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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT THIS GUIDE

Quick Facts......................................................................................................................................... 3

Meet the Blue Hens Head Coach Ian Hennessy................................................................................................................4-5 Assistant Coach Jon Scheer................................................................................................................. 6 Assistant Coaches Keith Duncan and Matt Haney................................................................................. 7 2013 Univesity of Delaware Men’s Soccer........................................................................................... 8 Roster Notes....................................................................................................................................... 9 Roster...............................................................................................................................................10 Player Biographies.......................................................................................................................11-20

2012 Season in Review 2012 Statistics..............................................................................................................................21-22 Game-By-Game Results..................................................................................................................... 23 Colonial Athletic Association Standings..............................................................................................24 All-CAA Teams..............................................................................................................................25-26

Colonial Athletic Association About the CAA..............................................................................................................................27-29

The 2013 University of Delaware men’s soccer media guide was designed, written, and edited by Sports Information Assistant Jessica Calderone using Adobe InDesign CS5.5 on MacIntosh computers. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER – The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or disability in its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Executive Orders 11246 and 11375 and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning Title IX, Section 503 and 504 compliance, Executive Order 11246 and information regarding campus accessibility and Title VI should be referred to the Affirmative Action Director, 305 Hullihen Hall, 302-831-2835, 302-831-4552 (TDD).

On the Cover

CAA Opponents............................................................................................................................30-31

2013 Season Opponents...................................................................................................................................32-34 Schedule Breakdown........................................................................................................................ 34 Schedule.......................................................................................................................................... 35

Program History All-Time Letterwinners..................................................................................................................36-39 All-Time Results............................................................................................................................40-50

Record Book All-Time Honors............................................................................................................................51-52 All-Time Records...........................................................................................................................52-54

About Delaware

Senior Defender - Mark Garrity Senior Defender - Prince Nartey Senior Forward - Roberto Gimenéz Senior Defender/Midfield - Kyle Nuel

President Dr. Patrick Harker............................................................................................................. 55 Athletics Director Eric Ziady.............................................................................................................. 56 Athletics Facilities.........................................................................................................................57-58 What’s a Blue Hen?.......................................................................................................................... 59 Notable Blue Hens............................................................................................................................ 60 The University of Delaware...........................................................................................................61-62

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QUICK FACTS General Information

Location.......................................................................... Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded......................................................................................................... 1743 Enrollment.....................................................................................................16,00 Nickname.................................................................................. Fightin’ Blue Hens Official Mascot........................................................................................... YoUDee Colors......................................................................................... Royal Blue & Gold Conference ............................................................... Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation........................................................................................ NCAA Division I President................................................................................. Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative..............................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services....................... Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects............... Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Development............................................................. Tim Ford Associate AD.................................................................. Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed.D Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance.............. Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Business Operations......................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations.......................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services........................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance......................................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions............................................... Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Operations.......................................................................Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Ticket Operations...........................................................Trent Bartling Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician....................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Sports Medicine.................................................................John Smith Associate Head Athletic Trainers..............................................................Joan Couch Assistant Athletic Trainers.......Courtney Butterworth (VB), Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Director of Multimedia........................................................................Jimmy Smith

Coaching Information Head Coach...............................................................Ian Hennessy (Seton Hall ‘90) Record at Delaware..............................................................42-72-18 (6 seasons) Email Address....................................................................... hennesia@udel.edu Delaware Field House.............................................................................................. 631 South College Avenue, Newark, DE 19716 Assistant Head Coach....................................Jon Scheer (Delaware ‘11), 3rd season Assistant Coach.................................Keith Duncan (Alma College ‘88), 12th season Graduate Assistant Coach......................... Matt Haney (Delaware ‘06) 6th seasnson

Team Information Home Field......................................................................... Delaware Mini-Stadium 2012 Record..............................................................................9-8-1, 6-4 CAA (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................................................................14/4 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................................... 7/3 Newcomers.........................................................................................................10 Captains............................................ Roberto Gimenez, Tobias Müller, Mark Garrity Conference Championships........................................1942, 1968, 1970, 1983, 2011

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Ian Hennessy

Head Coach 8th Season Seton Hall ‘90

Ian Hennessy, a former All-American soccer player at Seton Hall who served as an assistant coach at Boston College for four seasons, was named the new head coach of the University of Delaware men’s soccer program on January 23, 2006. Hennessy, who replaced Marc Samonisky, became the 11th head coach in UD men’s soccer history - which dates back to 1926 - and only the third since 1963. His seven-year record at Delaware stands at 42-72-18 entering the 2013 campaign, his eighth at the helm. During the 2011 season, Hennessy led the Blue Hens to a dramatic post-season run as Delaware captured the CAA Tournament championship with three victories in four days. The Blue Hens posted a pair of penalty kick victories over Northeastern and James Madison, before edging 18th-ranked Old Dominion, 2-1, to win the team’s first CAA title. Delaware traveled to Virginia, the 2009 national champion, in its first round game, and stunned the Cavaliers when John Dineen scored the lone goal of the match with 4:14 left in the second overtime period. The Blue Hens then headed to fourth-ranked and eventual Final Four participant UCLA, where they battled the Bruins before falling 1-0 on a goal with just 6:44 remaining. Following their remarkable season, the Blue Hens were selected the 2011 Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association Delaware Team of the Year. Evans Frimpong was named a second team NSCAA All-American, was a first team All-South Region pick, and was selected the league’s Player of the Year. Roberto Giménez was a second team All-South Region selection and earned CAA Rookie of the Year honors, while O’Connor was selected to the third team All-South Region. In 2010, Hennessy guided the program to its first-ever appearance in the CAA tournament, earning the No. 4 seed. In the semifinals, the Hens forced double overtime against top-seeded

for the Hens under Hennessy, going 5-4-2, the first winning conference schedule for Delaware since 1996. In his first season at Delaware, Hennessy made big strides in helping the Blue Hen men’s soccer team return to respectability in the Colonial Athletic Association. His 2006 team posted an overall record of 6-8-2, the most wins by a UD team since 2001, and placed ninth in the CAA standings with a mark of 4-7, the program’s best CAA finish since joining the league in 2002 and most league wins since 2001. Along the way, the Hens defeated long-time CAA powers William & Mary and James Madison for the first time in school history and captured the season-opening Towson Tournament in September with wins over Loyola and Adelphi. Of the team’s eight losses, five were by one goal or less. In 2007, the Blue Hens posted a record of 3-132 and placed ninth in the CAA with a mark of 3-7-1, but the season consisted of six one-goal losses. Among the victories was a 2-0 win late in the season over league champion Old Dominion, which advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament and was ranked No. 19 nationally in the final NSCAA/Adidas Top 25 poll. The 2008 season yielded similar results as Hennessy’s Hens produced a record of 3-13-3 and 2-8-1 in the conference. Again Delaware was a competitive team despite its record. The team lost eight games by one goal and played in six overtime games. Among those overtime games was a 1-0 victory over conference-foe Virginia Commonwealth - the program’s first victory in seven all-time meetings. In 2009, Hennessy led his squad to a 7-12 season and a 4-7 CAA mark to place the Hens eighth in the 12-team league. The eighth-place finish was Delaware’s highest finish since joining the conference in 2002, while the Hens’ 23 goals scored served as the most since UD found the back of the net 25 times in 2004. Of UD’s 12 losses, six times the Hens fell by one goal. Hennessy coached Darren Christie to a first team All-CAA accolade, while Kyle Davis earned ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America second team honors. A native of Cork, Ireland, Hennessy earned his bachelor’s degree from Seton Hall University in 1990 and earned his doctorate in molecular biology from Columbia University in 2001.

William & Mary, which was also ranked No. 12 at the time, before falling 1-0. Delaware, which finished with a record of 6-9-3, landed a record four players on the all-conference team, including two second team selections in Jon Scheer and Frimpong. O’Connor earned a third-team nod while freshman Vincent Mediate was tabbed as the programs first All-CAA Rookie honoree. The 2010 season also marked the most conference wins

He began his collegiate coaching career as an assistant at Rutgers in 2001, leading the Scarlet Knights to a 15-7-3 record, a No. 9 final national ranking, a No. 1 ranking in the Mid-Atlantic region, and a berth in the NCAA Sweet 16. He then moved on to Boston College where he served as an assistant to head coach Ed Kelly for four seasons. While at Boston College, the Eagles posted a combined record of 42-26-8, won the 2002 Big East title, advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2002, and moved on to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2004. Boston College spent numerous weeks in the national Top 20 during his tenure and

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IAN HENNESSY COACHING FILE moved as high as No. 6 during the 2002 season. The Eagles went 5-9-2 in their first year as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2005. Hennessy has also coached the New Jersey Imperials in the Premier Developmental League and was an assistant for the New Jersey Stallions in the United Soccer League. He coached at the Player Development Academy in New Jersey before moving to Boston and has served as the Olympic Development Program head coach for the states of New Jersey and Massachusetts. He currently works as a Region I ODP staff member and also holds a USSF “A” coaching license. As a player, Hennessy excelled at both the collegiate and professional level. A former Republic of Ireland Youth International, Hennessy was recruited to Seton Hall by then head coach Ed Kelly, and played four seasons in 1986-89, leading the Pirates to three Big East titles. He earned Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors in both 1986 and 1987, scoring a goal in every Big East Tournament appearance, and earned a spot on the National Soccer Coaches Association All-American team in 1987. He completed his career at Seton Hall as one of the school’s all-time great players and still ranks among the school’s all-time leaders in points (No. 2 with 134), goals (No. 2 with 52), and assists (No. 4 with 30). He was inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 9, 2006. He began a 12-year professional playing career with the Boston Bolts of the American Pro Soccer League in 1990-91, played with the United States Indoor Soccer League’s New York Fever (199394) and New Jersey Stallions (1995-96), was a member of the Major League Soccer’s New York/New Jersey MetroStars in 1996-97, and played for the Connecticut Wolves of the A-League in 1997-98. He also played for the Reading Rage of the United Soccer League.

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Record 6-8-2 3-13-2 3-13-3 7-12 6-9-3 13-6-4

Conference Finish 7-7 (9th) 3-7-1 (9th) 2-8-1 (12th) 4-7 (8th) 5-4-2 (4th) 6-4-1 (4th)

2012 Totals (6 years)

4-11-4 42-72-18 (.386)

2-5-3 (8th) 26-42-8 (.395)

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Jon Scheer

Assistant Coach 3rd Season Delaware ‘11

Region pick, and was selected the league’s Player of the Year. Roberto Giménez was a second team All-South Region selection and earned CAA Rookie of the Year honors, while Darren O’Connor was selected to the third team All-South Region. A three-year starter for the Blue Hens, Scheer was a captain and team Most Valuable Player of the 2010 squad and an integral part of the team’s spirited run to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament. Scheer finished the 2010 season with a team-high nine points, stemming from four goals and one assist. Three of Scheer’s four goals were game-winners, including against Towson sparking a 3-0 run to end the regular season.

Former University of Delaware standout Jon Scheer begins his third season as an assistant coach with the men’s soccer team in 2013, including his second in a fulltime role. “John was a fabulous leader in the dressing room at UD, particularly in his last two years,” said Hennessy of his former captain. “He is an honest-togoodness genuine person whom I believe has a very bright future ahead of him in coaching.” Scheer, who graduated from the University in May 2011 with a degree in history education, serves as Hennessy’s top assistant. During his first season on the UD staff in 2011, Scheer helped lead the Blue Hens to a dramatic postseason run, as Delaware captured the CAA Tournament championship with three victories in four days. The Blue Hens posted a pair of penalty kick victories over Northeastern and James Madison, before edging 18th-ranked Old Dominion, 2-1, to win the team’s first CAA title. Delaware traveled to Virginia, the 2009 national champion, in its first round game, and stunned the Cavaliers when John Dineen scored the lone goal of the match with 4:14 left in the second overtime period. The Blue Hens then headed to fourth-ranked and eventual Final Four participant UCLA, where they battled the Bruins before falling 1-0 on a goal with just 6:44 remaining. Following their remarkable season, the Blue Hens were selected the 2011 Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association Delaware Team of the Year. Evans Frimpong was named a second team NSCAA All-American, was a first team All-South

In 2009, Scheer served as a co-captain, making 17 starts and appearing in all 19 games. During that time, Scheer was the teams leading assister, dishing out four helpers. The 2008 season saw Scheer become a standard player in the Delaware lineup, after playing in four games as a freshman in 2007. He finished his sophomore year (2008) with a pair of goals and an assist. As a rookie in 2007, he posted one goal on two shots. After helping guide the team to the post season in 2010, Scheer earned All-CAA honors, landing on the second team along with three teammates, marking the most Delaware players to earn conference honors in a season. Frimpong, O’Connor and All-Rookie selection Vinc e n t Mediate joined him on the list. “I am v e r y excited about this opportunity,” said Scheer at the time of his hiring. “Working with Ian will be extremely b e n eficial because he has a wealth of knowledge about the game and his passion to win is contagious. I am looking forward to working with the staff and the players on the team as we continue to try and push this program forward.” Scheer is an integral part of the recruiting process and will work with different positional groups. He has earned his National “B” License from US Soccer. A native of West Windsor, N.J., Scheer resides in Newark.

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Keith Duncan

Matt Haney

Assistant Coach 12th Season Alma College ‘88

A native of Detroit, Mich., Keith Duncan will begin his 12th season on the Delaware men’s soccer coaching staff as a volunteer assistant for the 2013 season. He is responsible for goalkeeper training.

Assistant Coach 6th Season Delaware ‘06

The University of Delaware men’s soccer program announced the addition of former Blue Hen standout Matt Haney to its staff as an assistant coach on May 13, 2008. Haney begins his sixth season on the Delaware coaching staff under head coach Ian Hennessy in 2013. Haney starred in the Blue Hen backfield from 2003 through 2006, building an impressive resume on and off the field. A four-year starter, Haney scored four goals and dished out one assist for nine points in 70 career games.

Duncan graduated from Detroit Country Day School in 1984 where he played both soccer and ice hockey. He played one year of soccer and ice hockey at Division III St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minn.) before transferring to Division III Alma College (Alma, Mich.). Duncan graduated from Alma in 1988 where he was an allconference goalkeeper and was co-captain of the squad as both a junior and senior.

The Newark, Del. native also made his mark in the classroom, where he was the consumate studentathlete. He earned first-team ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-America honors He completed his undergraduate degree during an internship at the University of in 2005 and 2006 Sydney (Australia) and played with the local club squad. Duncan attended graduate school at theUniversity of Georgia in Plant Pathology before being hired by DuPont as well as a thirdteam selection as as a biologist in 1990. a sophomore in Prior to coming to Delaware, Dun2004. He was a can worked as an assistant and three-time first-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA District 2 All-Acagoalkeeper coach for Division demic pick and was twice named the Colonial Athletic Association’s II Wilmington (Del.) University Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men’s soccer. in 2001 and 2002, and trained goalkeepers for the Delaware Dynasty PDL franchise in 2006. He holds the NSCAA National Goalkeeping license.

Employed by DuPont as a scientist in plant cell biology, Duncan also received a master’s degree in Science Education from the University of Delaware in 1999. He holds dual US-Australian citizenship and resides in Hockessin, Del. with his wife, Ashlyn.

“I think Matt has a tremendous future in coaching,” said Delaware head coach Ian Hennessy in making the announcement. “Matt has many of the qualities of great teachers, and in the end, a large part of coaching is teaching. In his time here at Delaware, (Matt) was one of the most decorated student-athletes in the history of the program. I expect that he will have an awful lot to offer future leaders in our locker room by way of example.” Haney graduated from Delaware in 2006 with a degree in biological sciences. A 2003 graduate of St. Elizabeth High School in Wilmington, Haney was a three-time all-state selection and a four-time all-conference pick for the Vikings.

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2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S SOCCER

#0 - Nill Boyer So. / Goalkeeper

#00 - Borja Barbero Jr. / Goalkeeper

#1 - Jay Lupas So. / Goalkeeper

#2- Kaz Boschen Fr. / Defense

#3 - Tobias Müller Sr. / Defense

#4 - Ignaco Martín Jr. / Defense

#5 - Ben Sampson So. / Defense/Midfiled

#7 - Andrew Colletti Sr. / Midfield

#8 - Joe Dipre So. / Forward/Midfield

#9 - Guillermo Delgado Fr. / Forward

#10 - Roberto Gimenéz Sr. / Forward

#11 - Jaime Martinez Fr. / Midfield

#12 - Kyle Nuel Jr. / Defense

#13 - Angus Maloney Fr. / Forward

#14 - Ben Asante Jr. / Midfield

#15 - Luke Oostdyk Sr. / Midfield

#16 - Dieter Bahr So. / Midfield

#17 - Mark Garrity Sr. / Defense

#18 - Vincent Mediate Sr. / Midfield

#19 - Moses Adjieteh Sr. / Midfielder

#20 - Nick DiRienzo So. / Midfield

#22 - Prince Nartey Sr. / Defense

#23 - Evan Reed Sr. / Defense

#26 - Gilbert Simonetti Fr. / Defense

#27 - Kyle Bruno Jr. / Forward

#28 - Troy McCartney Fr. / Defense

#34 - Paul DeFeo So. / Goalkeeper

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MISCELLANEOUS ROSTER NOTES Blue Hens By Location Delaware (4) Bill Boyer Angus Maloney Nick DiRienzo Kyle Bruno Pennsylvania (2) Luke Oostdyk Dieter Bahr New Jersey (4) Kyle Nuel Evan Reed Troy McCartney Paul DeFeo New York (3) Kaz Boschen Andrew Colletti Gilbert Simonetti Texas (1) Vincent Mediate Massachusetts (1) Mark Garrity

Minnesota (1) Ben Sampson Virginia (1) Jay Lupas England (1) Joe Dipre Germany (1) Tobias Müller Ghana (3) Moses Adjieteh Ben Asante Prince Nartey Spain (5) Borja Barbero Ignacio Martín Guillermo Delgado Roberto Gimenéz Jaime Martinez

Blue Hens By Class Seniors (9) Tobias Müller Andrew Colletti Roberto Gimenéz Luke Oostdyk Mark Garrity Vincent Mediate Moses Adjieteh Prince Nartey Evan Reed Juniors (5) Borja Barbero Ignacio Martín Kyle Nuel Ben Asante Kyle Bruno

Sophomores (7) Bill Boyer Jay Lupas Ben Sampson Joe Dipre Dieter Bahr Nick DiRienzo Paul DeFeo Freshman (6) Kaz Boschen Guillermo Delgado Jaime Martinez Angus Maloney Gilbert Simonetti Troy McCartney

Blue Hens By Postion Keeper (4) Borja Barbero Bill Boyer Paul DeFeo Jay Lupas Defense (10) Kaz Boschen Mark Garrity Ignacio Martín Troy McCartney Tobias Müller Prince Nartey Kyle Nuel Evan Reed Ben Sampson Gilbert Simonetti

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Midfield (12) Moses Adjieteh Ben Asante Dieter Bahr Andrew Colletti Guillermo Delgado Nick DiRienzo Joe Dipre Jaime Martinez Vincent Mediate Kyle Nuel Luke Oostdyk Ben Sampson Forward (5) Kyle Bruno Guillermo Delgado Joe Dipre Roberto Gimenéz Angus Maloney 9

2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S SOCCER 0 Bill Boyer So. GK 5-11 00 Borja Barbero Jr. GK 6-2 1 Jay Lupas So. GK 6-4 2 Kaz Boschen Fr. D 6-1 3 Tobias Müller Sr. D 6-1 4 Ignacio Martín Jr. D 5-7 5 Ben Sampson So. D/M 6-3 7 Andrew Colletti .Sr. M 5-10 8 Joe Dipre So. F/M 5-8 9 Guillermo Delgado Fr. M/F 5-8 10 Roberto Gimenez Sr. F 5-11 11 Jaime Martinez Fr. M 5-11 12 Kyle Nuel Jr. D/M 6-0 13 Angus Maloney Fr. F 6-2 14 Ben Asante Jr. M 5-9 15 Luke Oostdyk Sr. M 5-11 16 Dieter Bahr So. M 5-8 17 Mark Garrity Sr. D 6-2 18 Vincent Mediate Sr. M 5-8 19 Moses Adjieteh Sr. M 5-11 20 Nicholas DiRienzo So. M 6-0 22 Prince Nartey Sr. D 5-7 23 Evan Reed Sr. D 6-3 26 Gilbert Simonetti Fr. D 5-9 27 Kyle Bruno Jr. F 6-2 28 Troy McCartney Fr. D 6-2 34 Paul DeFeo So. GK 6-4

Newark, Del./Newark Valladolid, Spain/Iona College McLean, Va./Langley White Plains, N.Y./Hastings Steinfurt, Germany/Bunsen Gymnasium La Laguna, Spain/The British School of Tenerife Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury East Islip, N.Y./St. John the Baptist Betchworth, England/London Freemen’s School Tres Cantos, Spain/Jose Luis Sampedro Calle Calatrava, Spain/Les Parques Lineal and Zurbaran Madrid, Spain/Armando de la Moren Hamilton, N.J./Hamilton Wilmington, Del./Tower Hill New Town, Mampong-Ashanti, Ghana/Kusmasi Academy (University of Cape Coast) Lititz, Pa./Manheim Township Boalsburg, Pa./State College Area Newton, Mass./ Newton South Southlake, Tex./Southlake Carroll Accra, Ghana/Abundant Grace Academy Wilmington, Del./Michigan State Accra, Ghana/Presby Boy’s High Annandale, N.J./North Hunterdon New York, N.Y./Saint Francis New Castle, Del./William Penn Voorhees, N.J./Bishop Eustace Preparatory Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon

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Bill Boyer Sophomore • 5-11 Goalkeeper Newark, Del. • Newark

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High School/Club: Attended Apostolado High School • played for the Real Valladolid Club team for nine years. Personal: Borja Brabero • son of Javier Barbero and Maria Jose Barcenilla • born on Sept. 16, 1993 • biochemistry major at Delaware • enjoys playing sports and watching movies • lists Real Valladolid Soccer Club as his favorite professional sports team.

Jay Lupas Sophomore• 6-4 Goalkeeper

At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad as a redshirt freshman • will add solid support to the Blue Hen goalkeeper unit • looking to see his first collegiate action this fall.

McLean, Va./Langley

2012 Season: Did not see action for the Blue Hens as a backup goalkeeper • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Did not see action and retained freshman eligibility • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy. High School/Club: Two-year starter and four-year letter winner for Newark (Del.) High School playing for head coach Adam Flanigan • also served as a student-assistant coach during the 2010-11 season • team reached the Delaware State semifinals during his freshman season • won the Coaches Award in 2011 • earned Newark High School Athlete of the Week award during the 2009 season • served as co-president of the Athletic Council • was also a member of the senior council. Personal: William W. “Bill” Boyer III • son of Nancy and William Boyer Jr. • born Sept. 9, 1993 • exercise science major with a minor in coaching at Delaware • father is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Delaware • mother is a math researcher at the University • has an older sister, Helen, as well as half sisters, Becca and Suzanne, and a half brother, Jeffrey • chose Delaware for the soccer program and the exercise science program • began playing soccer at the age of four • worked as a physical therapy research assistant during the summer • enjoys mountain biking • world traveler who has visited Holland, Korea, Mexico, Germany, Bulgaria, and Canada.

Borja Barbero Junior • 6-2 Goalkeeper

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Valladolid, Spain • Iona College

At Delaware: First season as a Blue Hen after transferring from Iona College • will have two years of eligibility at Delaware and will battle for starting goalkeeper spot this fall. At Iona 2012 Season: Played in all 18 games for the Gaels in the keeper position • allowed 35 goals on 109 shots, registering a 1.94 goals against average • registered 74 saves and a.679 save percentage • recorded one shutout • tallied a season-high eight saves on Sept. 15 vs. Niagara • allowed just 16 goals in seven MAAC contests to lead Iona to a 5-2 conference record and 2012 MAAC post-season tournament appearance.

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At Delaware: Third-year member • will look to contribute quality minutes between the posts. 2012 Season: Started in 17 games for Delaware as a redshirt freshman • allowed 30 goals and made 66 saves to register a .688 save percentage • tallied a 1.68 goals against average • recorded two shutouts, on Sept. 15 at Columbia and on Oct. 7 vs. Old Dominion • posted season-high six saves each vs. James Madison, Old Dominion, Navy, and Massachusetts • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Did not see action and retained freshman eligibility • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy. High School/Club: Played four seasons at Langley High School for head coach Bo Amato • team claimed 2011 Liberty District Championship • named first team All-Liberty District in 2010 • high school teammate Roshan Patel plays for William & Mary. Personal: Anthony John “Jay” Lupas • son of A.J. and Marlene Lupas • born Mar. 16, 1993 • has not declared a major at Delaware • has a younger brother, Josh • wants to help Delaware be a good team for all four years • lists his parents as biggest influence because the gave him the opportunity to succeed • has worked for a real estate management company during the summer. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Min. GA (Avg.) Saves (Pct.) Record Shutouts 2012 17/17 1606:37:00 30 (1.68) 66 (.688) 3/10/04 2 Totals 17/17 1606:37:00 30 (1.68) 66 (.688) 3/10/04 2

2011 Season: MAAC All-Rookie Team selection • MAAC Championship All-Tournament Team selection • named to the 2011 NCAA All-North Atlantic first team • two-time MAAC Rookie of the Week (Aug. 29, Sept. 26) • started all 20 games he played in • allowed 19 goals, recording a goals against average of 0.97 • made 62 saves, accumulating a .765 save percentage • recorded four shutouts, finishing his rookie season with a record of 15-4-1.

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Ignacio Martín

Tobias Müller Senior• 6-1 Defense Steinfurt, Germany/

Junior • 5-7 Defense La Lagune, Spain/

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The British School of Tenerife

Bunsen Gymnasium At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad • will once again be a key part of starting lineup on defense • one of the top defenders in the Colonial Athletic Association as he earned spot on All-CAA pre-season team • has appeared in 13 career games with 11 starts and scored two goals on just two shots. 2012 Season: Earned second team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as a sophomore • saw action in nine games for Delaware, receiving the starting nod seven times • scored goal on his only shot of the season vs. William & Mary late in the season • missed the first nine games of the season with an injury • totaled 665 playing minutes • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Started four games in freshman season before missing remainder of campaign with an injury • contributed two points • scored only goal on only shot against Seton Hall on Sept. 1 • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy. High School/Club: Played for FC Astoria Walldorf as a center/right back • also played for Bunsen Gymnasium “1899 Hoffenheim” as a center back from 2004-09 • FC Astoria Walldorf took second place in the Oberlige of Baden-Württemberg • 1899 Hoffenheim finished fifth in the junior Bundesliga • played for FH Münster “SOS Neuenkircher” as a right back, taking third in the Westfalenliga in 2011. Personal: Tobias “Tobi” Müller (“mool-er”) • son of Rudi and Katja Müller • born Jan. 12, 1990 • honor student as a civil engineering major at Delaware • has two siblings, older brother, Maurice, and younger sister, Selina • chose Delaware for a great academic education and a great soccer team • began playing soccer at six years old • lists father as greatest influence for supporting him wherever he needed it • has aspirations of working at Badische Anilin-und Soda Fabrik (BASF). Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 9/7 1 0 2 1 2011 4/4 1 0 2 1 Totals 13/11 2 0 4 2

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At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad • key member of the Delaware defensive unit • one of team’s most experienced players with 37 games and 34 starts to his credit. 2012 Season: Started in all 19 games for the Blue Hens on defense • played in all but six minutes of action • recorded six shots for the year • contributed three shots on goal • named University of Delaware Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Played in 18 games and started 15 as a freshman defender • contributed three shots on goal • UD Team Sportsmanship Award winner • key member of Blue Hen defense that held opponents to 1.35 goals per game and recorded seven shutouts, including two in the post-season • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy. High School/Club: Played for three different club team, most recently for the Under 19 CD Laguna (Spain) as a right back • also played for U19 CD Tenerife in 2009-10 and U17 Real Madrid in 2008-09 • played at a high international level, winning Madrid’s league and an international tournament in Ferroli, Italy, both with Real Madrid • Real Madrid also finished third at the Augusta National Tournament and third at an international tournament in Matera, Italy • took second in Tenerife’s league with CD Tenerife • played 2011 with U19 CD Laguna at Division of Honor Level. Personal: Ignacio Martín (“marteen”) Fernandez-Pacheco • son of Francisco José Martín Medina and Maria Cruz Fernandez-Pacheco Guillen • born Aug. 17, 1993 • international relations major at Delaware • has one younger brother, Eduardo Martín, who is a sophomore player at Brown University and led the Bears to the NCAA Tournament in 2012 • enjoys playing guitar and drawing in his spare time • always looks to the sky before stepping on to the field • would like to play soccer at the professional level • chose Delaware for its team atmosphere where everyone helps everyone like a family • lists younger brother as his biggest influence for encouraging him to play soccer on a local team at age seven. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 19/19 0 0 0 6 2011 18/15 0 0 0 3 Totals 37/34 0 0 0 9

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Ben Sampson Sophomore• 6-3 Defense/Midfield

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Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury At Delaware: Looks to add depth to the Blue Hen defensive unit • second-year member of the squad • has played in three career games.

Honor Societies. Personal: Andrew Peter “Drew” Colletti (“kuh-letti”) • son of Peter and Diane Colletti • born March 14, 1992 • majoring in environmental science at Delaware • began playing soccer at age four • brother, Christopher, played baseball at Assumption College • lists brother and father as biggest influences • enjoys playing baseball and snowboarding • worked during the summer as a ferry deckhand.

2012 Season: Started the first three games of the season for Delaware before suffering injury that kept him out of action the remainder of the year • selected to Duke’s John Rennie/Nike Classic All-Tournament Team • Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. High School: Three-time letterwinner under head coach Joe Quintavalle at Woodbury (Minn.) High School • All-State and all-metro selection during senior season in 2011 • twotime all-conference selection in 2010 and 2011 • key contributor as a sophomore • helped team to a third place finish in the state tournament • AP Scholar and honor roll student during his prep career. Personal: Benjamin Michael “Ben” Sampson • son of Mark and Louise Sampson • born Jan. 29, 1994 • mechanical engineering major at Delaware • father works for 3M • has two younger sisters, Rachel and Liz, in addition to two younger brothers, John and Scott • selected Delaware because of its engineering program and soccer team • started playing soccer at the age of five • considers his father his biggest sports influence • lived in Poland for two years as a youngster • enjoys playing pickleball and tennis in his free time.

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East Islip, N.Y./St. John the Baptist At Delaware: Four-year midfielder who will look to contribute for the Blue Hens. 2012 Season: Saw action in 11 games for Delaware, receiving the starting nod on four occasions • recorded 11 shots and 2 shots on goal in 489 minutes of action. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • saw action in the midfield during one game • made first collegiate start on Nov. 5 at VCU and collected three shots on goal. 2010 Season: Saw action in the midfield during one game • played against the U.S. Naval Academy (Sept. 15) • team went 6-9-3 and advanced to the CAA Tournament for the first time in school history. High School: Played for three seasons at St. John The Baptist High School • team amassed a record of 46-8-1 in that time • named all-league and All-State honors in the CHSAA • member of the National Honor Society as well as Science, Math, Spanish and English

Freeman’s School

At Delaware: Returns to the Blue Hens after a stellar freshman campaign in which he led Delaware in scoring • will look to continue impressive play during his sophomore season. 2012 Season: Saw action in all 19 games, starting in 18, as a freshman • led the Blue Hens in scoring with eight points on three goals and two assists and had 29 total shots • scored first collegiate goal on Sept. 2 vs. Duke • dished out first collegiate assist on Sept. 29 at Georgia State • registered a .621 shot on goal percentage • registered team’s only multiple goal effort with two in 3-2 setback to Towson • also dished out assist vs. UNCW in season finale • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Nov. 5) • Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week (Nov. 5) • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. High School/Club: Played for Carshalton Athletic Club team for most of his young career • team reached last 32 in the Football Association Youth Cup when he was 16 • also played for Fulham and Chelsea Club teams as well as Queens Park Rangers (QPR) Football Club • attended London

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Freemen’s School. Personal: Joseph Remo “Joe” Dipre (“duh-pree”) • son of Paul and Clare Dipre • born Sept. 2, 1993 • has yet to declare a major at Delaware • father works in publishing • mother is a homemaker • has an older sister, Jasmin • began playing soccer at age three • selected Delaware because of its academics and soccer program • lists father as biggest influence. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 19/18 3 2 8 29 Totals 19/18 3 2 8 29

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Tres Cantos, Spain/Jose Lupis Sampedro

At Delaware: First year team member with the Blue Hens • will add depth to the forward and midfield positions • looking to add scoring punch to the UD offense. High School/Club: Attended Les Jose Luis Sampedro High School.

collegiate assist on Aug. 26 vs. UMass • scored a point in first four games of the season • had two goals and two assists for career-high six points vs. Navy and scored twice vs. Hofstra • also tallied goals vs. Seton Hall, Canisius, Georgia State, Drexel, George Mason, and Towson • three-time CAA Rookie of the Week (Sept. 19; Sept. 26; Oct. 17) • PhillySoccerNews.com SoccerSavings.com Player of the Week (Sept. 19) • Soccer America National Team of the Week (Sept. 26). High School/Club: Attended Les Parques Lineal and Zurbaran High School. Personal: Roberto “Rober” Giménez (“hi-men-ez”) Carrasco • son of Roberto Jiménez Fuentes and MaJoosé Carrasco Medina • born Sept. 7, 1989 • has not declared a major • honor student. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 17/12 2 3 7 47 2011 18/14 10 7 27 72 Totals 35/26 12 10 34 119

Jaime Martinez

Personal: Guillermo (“Gee-Air-Mo”) “Guille” Delgado • son of Juán José Martin and Maria Del Nasario Abad • born on July 7, 1994 • has one younger sibling • health and science major at Delaware • enjoys playing video games, hanging out with friends, and listening to music in his spare time • aspires to become a personal trainer • lists Real Madrid as his favorite professional soccer team.

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Madrid, Spain/Armando de la Moren

Roberto Giménez Senior• 5-11 Forward

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Calle Calatrava, Spain/Les Parques Lineal and Zurbanran At Delaware: Tri-captain • third-year member of the squad • among the top scorers in the Colonial Athletic Association • has played in 35 games with 26 starts at Delaware and is the team’s active leader in goals (12), assists (10), points (34), and shots (119).

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At Delaware: First year player at Delaware • will add depth to the Blue Hen midfield unit. High School/Club: Attended the American School of Madrid but did not play soccer for ASM • long-time standout for the Atletico Madrid Club team • team captured the Under-17 World Cup title • was the top scorer in the Mediterranean International Cup (MIC) in 2009. Personal: Jaime Ramon Martinez • son of Ramon and Raquel Martinez • born Feb. 28, 1995 • business major at Delaware • has two siblings, Patricia and Paula • enjoys spending time with friends during his free time.

2012 Season: Saw action in 17 games for the Blue Hens receiving the starting nod on 12 occasions as a junior • scored two goals and passed out three assists to tally seven points in 1,220 minutes of action • ranked second on the team in scoring • tied for most assists on team • led team with 47 total shots, including 21 on goal • scored game-winning goal on Sept. 29 against Colonial Athletic Association opponent Georgia State • also scored vs. Seton Hall and had assists against Duquesne, Towson, and William & Mary • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Helped the team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-64, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy • played in 18 games with 14 starts and missed five games with injuries • led the Blue Hens with seven assists and was second on the squad behind All-American Evans Frimpong with 10 goals • led team with 72 shots • earned second team NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region selection • named CAA Rookie of the Year, becoming first Delaware player to earn the award since Sobhan Tadjalli in 2004 • 1st team All-CAA selection • punched his first collegiate goal on Sept. 1 at Seton Hall and tallied his first

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Kyle Nuel Junior• 6-0 Midfield

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Hamilton, N.J./Hamilton At Delaware: Will be expected to contribute highly to the Blue Hen defense and midfield • third-year member of the squad • has played in 41 career games with 32 starting nods • has dished out four career assists.

High School/Club: Four-year starter at nearby Tower Hill High School • earned first team All-State honors as a sophomore and junior • selected to third team All-State as a freshman • tallied 33 goals and 22 assists for his career at Tower Hill • tied school record for goals in a single season as a sophomore • played club for Hockessin Strikers from 2007-13 before joining the Baltimore Bays Chelsea Academy U-18 team for the 2012-13 season • led the team to a No. 2 national ranking in 2013 • as a Region 1 player was selected to play in an interregional event in Hoover, Ala. And also competed at an international tournament in Germany. Personal: Angus Patrick Maloney • son of Kevin Maloney, who serves as the State of Delaware’s deputy attorney general • born July 13, 1994 • uncle, Dan Shotzberger, played football at Delaware and was a member of the 1974 national runner-up team • citizen of Australia • lists all Philadelphia teams as his favorite professional sports teams as well as Chelsea FC (Soccer) • enjoys golf and reading in his spare time.

2012 Season: Played in every contest for Delaware, starting 18 times • dished out three assists in 1,569 minutes of action • ranked second on team in playing minutes • tied for most assists on the team • registered 23 shots, including eight on goal • team went 4-113 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal.

Ben Asante Senior• 5-9 Midfield

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Newton, Mampong-Ashanti, Ghana/ University of Cape Coast

2011 Season: Helped Delaware enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • appeared in 22 games that included 14 starts for the Blue Hens • notched his first collegiate goal on Sept. 14 at Navy and tallied his first collegiate assist on Sept. 24 vs. Georgia State.

At Delaware: Will fight for significant playing time at the midfield position this season • second-year member of the squad after transfer from the University of Cape Coast.

High School/Club: Played all four years at Hamilton (N.J.) High School South High School • named All-State twice and was a four-time All-Caldwell-West Caldwell (CWC) selection • member of the National Honor Society and was on the honor roll for three years.

2012 Season: Played in 12 games while receiving the starting nod on nine occasions • came on near mid-season and saw action in nine of Delaware’s 10 Colonial Athletic Association contests • tallied 11 shots, three on goal • registered a single-game best two shots against four separate opponents • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. University of Cape Coast: Played on men’s soccer team for two seasons from 2010-12.

Personal: Kyle Theodore Nuel (“nool”) • son of Richard and Wendy Nuel • born July 2, 1993 • health and behavior science major with minor in strength & conditioning at Delaware • has two older siblings, sister Ashley and brother Richard • enjoys playing beach volleyball in his spare time • worked as a lifeguard during the summer • lists his father as his biggest influence • began playing soccer at the age of four • wants to become a personal trainer. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 19/18 0 3 3 23 2011 22/14 1 1 2 3 Totals 41/32 1 4 5 26

Angus Maloney Freshman• 6-2 Forward

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Wilmington, Del./ Tower Hill

High School/Club: Four-year member of the men’s soccer team at the Kumasi Academy from 2006-09. Personal: Benjamin Asante • son of Desmond Asante • born Mar. 3, 1992 • financial accounting major at Delaware • selected Delaware because of its academic and athletic excellence • began playing soccer at age five • considers father and high school coach, Henry Osei, as his biggest influences • has an older sister, Faustina, and younger brother, Daniel • enjoys reading scripture and listening to gospel music in addition to watching soccer on television. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 12/9 0 0 0 11 Totals 12/9 0 0 0 11

At Delaware: First-year member of the squad • will add depth to the Blue Hen forward line.

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Luke Oostdyk Senior• 5-11 Midfield

Dieter Bahr Sophomore• 5-8 Midfield

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Boalsburg, Pa./State College Area

Litiz, Pa./Manheim Township At Delaware: Fourth-year player f or the Blue Hens • will add quality depth at the midfield position • has played in 14 career games. 2012 Season: Saw action in 13 games for the Blue Hens, receiving the starting nod on four occasions • registered nine shots, two on goal • totaled 558 playing minutes • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.• team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Helped Delaware enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy • made one start, on Nov. 5 at VCU, and collected three shots • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. 2010 Season: Did not see action during the season • team went 6-9-3 and advanced to the CAA Tournament for the first time in school history • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll. High School: Played four season at Manheim Township High School • team finished as state finalist in his freshman year • team qualified for districts in 2007 and 2008 • named to the All-State team for Pennsylvania and All-East his senior year • selected as first team All-Star for Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 • first team Lancaster-Lebanon League AllStar as a junior • graduated as Manheim Township’s career goals leader (40) • member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Luke Timothy Oostdyk (“oos-dick”) • son of Timothy and Sheila Oosdyk • born May 19, 1992 • honor student as a biochemistry major • has two younger siblings • father is a vice- president of Lancaster Labs • mother is a registered nurse • enjoys golf, tennis, and snowboarding in his spare time. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 13/4 0 0 0 9 2011 1/1 0 0 0 3 Totals 14/5 0 0 0 12

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At Delaware: Looks to continue to add depth to the Blue Hen midfield this season • second-year member of the squad. 2012 Season: Played in four games for the Blue Hens as a freshman, all Colonial Athletic Association contests • tallied one shot and one shot on goal in four appearance totaling 58 playing minutes • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner for State College (Pa.) Area High School playing for head coach John Marsden • was a Pennsylvania High School State Tournament semifinalist in 2011 and quarterfinalist in 2009 • National Honor Society and High Honor Roll member during prep career. Personal: Dieter (“deeter”) Powars Bahr • son of Chris and Eve Bahr • born July 29, 1994 • business major at Delaware • father was a three-time All-American in soccer and once in football at Penn State • father was a first-round selection by the North American Soccer League’s Philadelphia Atoms in 1975 in addition to winning the NASL’s Rookie of the Year that season • father was a two-time Super Bowl winning place kicker during his 14-year NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland/ Los Angeles Raiders and San Diego Chargers • father is now a financial advisor • mother is a lawyer • has an older brother, CJ, who was a place kicker at Slippery Rock (Pa.) • grandfather, Walter, a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame and National Soccer Coaches Association Hall of Fame, was a long-time captain for Team USA’s men’s soccer team and recorded the assist in USA’s 1-0 victory over England in the 1950 World Cup in Brazil • grandfather was a long-time head coach at Penn State, Temple, and Frankford (Pa.) High School after playing career • chose Delaware for the soccer program and campus environment • began playing soccer at the age of five • enjoys golf, skiing and tennis during free time. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 4/0 0 0 0 1 Totals 4/0 0 0 0 1

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Mark Garrity Senior• 6-2 Defense

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Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 19/19 3 0 6 27 2011 22/14 0 2 2 22 2010 4/3 0 0 0 2 Totals 45/36 3 2 8 51

Newton, Mass./Newton South

Vincent Mediate Senior• 5-8 Midfield

At Delaware: Fourth-year team member with the Blue Hens • has appeared in 45 career contest at Delaware with 36 starts • has tallied three career goals and two career assists as a defenseman. 2012 Season: Started in all 19 games for Delaware in the backfield • tied for team lead with three goals on the season and third in shots with 27 • scored first two goals of his career goal on Sept. 29 at Georgia State and added third score vs. James Madison • registered a .519 shot on goal percentage • named to Duke’s John Rennie/ Nike Classic All-Tournament Team • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • saw action on defense in 22 games, including 14 starts • finished the season with two assists • collected his first collegiate assist on Oct. 16 vs. Hofstra • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection. 2010 Season: Appeared in four games, making three starts as a rookie • started in two CAA games on the road • took two shots during the season, putting both on goal • team went 6-9-3 and made first conference post-season tournament appearance in 14 years • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at Newton South High School • played center midfielder and striker • named first team Dual County League • earned super and national finals all-tournament team honors • club team made regionals and nationals in 2008 • Massachusetts State Cup semifinalists in 2009 and 2010 with club team • team’s leading scorer and assister • two-sport team captain in soccer and tennis • earned two letters in tennis • named Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams in tennis • played basketball freshman year. Personal: Mark Gerard Garrity • son of John and Mary Ann Garrity • born Nov. 23, 1991 • honor student as a finance major at Delaware • has two sisters • father played soccer at Springfield (Mass.) College • uncles played collegiately at American International College (Tim) and St. Anselm (Mark) • parents both graduated from Springfield • teaches tennis at Newton South • enjoys watching all sports, especially FIFA soccer • Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee.

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Southland, Texas/Southlake Carroll

At Delaware: Fourth-year member for the Blue Hens • will continue to contribute heavily in the midfield • one of team’s most experienced players • has appeared in 57 career games with 52 starts and contributed seven goals and four assists for 18 points while taking 61 shots. 2012 Season: Started in all 19 games for Delaware as a junior • ranked third on team in minutes played with 1,560 • scored two goals, ranking fifth on the team in scoring • scored game-winning goal on Sept. 7 vs. Duquesne • also scored goal late in season at William & Mary • named to University of Pittsburgh/Nike Invitational All-Tournament Team • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy • named CAA Tournament Most Valuable Player • named Soccer News National Team of the Week (Nov. 13) • selected SoccerSavings.com/Philly Soccer News College Player of the Week (Nov. 13) • posted four goals and three assists in 21 games with 18 starts for Delaware. 2010 Season: Logged time in 17 games as a freshman, including 15 starts • started in the final 14 games of the season in the midfield, including the first-ever CAA tournament game for Delaware against No. 12 William & Mary • tallied three points on the season • scored game-winning goal against UNC Wilmington (Oct. 30) and had an assist in his first-ever NCAA game against Canisius (Sept. 3) • took 14 shots during the year, including a career-high three against Towson (Oct. 27) • became only the second player in Delaware history to be named to the CAA All-Rookie team • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years. High School/Club: Three-year player at Carroll Senior High School • team went 19-4-4 during senior season • named District 5A Most Valuable Player, first team all-district and first team academic all-district in 2010 • earned North Texas Co-Utility Player of the Year and first team all-district honors in 2009 • earned team’s Offensive Newcomer of the Year Award in 2008 • named first team all-district and first team all-academic • earned honor roll status. Personal: Vincent Franco Mediate (“me-dee-it”) • son of Stan and Chris Mediate • born May 20, 1992 • civil engineering major at Delaware • has three siblings • cousin

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is Professional Golf Association Tour pro Rocco Mediate • brother, Domenic, played four years at Maryland and four years for the D.C. United while his other brother, Carmine, was a four-year member of Baylor University’s golf team • enjoys golfing and fly-fishing during down time. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 19/19 2 0 4 24 2011 21/18 4 3 11 23 2010 17/15 1 1 3 14 Totals 57/52 7 4 18 61

Moses Adjieteh Senior• 5-11 Midfield Accra, Ghana/Abundant Grace Academy At Delaware: Looks to continue to add depth to the Blue Hen midfield this season • second-year member of the squad. 2012 Season: Saw action in four games during freshman campaign • tallied 79 playing minutes while registering one shot • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal.

Nick DiRienzo Sophomore• 6-10 Midfield

Wilmington, Del./Michigan State At Delaware: First-year member with the Blue Hens after transferring from Michigan State • will look to make an immediate impact with the Delaware midfield unit. At Michigan State: Did not see game action during the 2011 or 2012 seasons. High School/Club: Four year soccer letterwinner • served as the team captain as a junior and senior at nearby Charter School of Wilmington • Delaware’s State High School Player of the Year, earned NSCAA All-America honors, and was Delaware’s Gatorade High School Player of the Year as a senior • earned All-Blue Hen Conference honors in each of his final three seasons • helped his high school team to a No. 1 ranking in the state as a senior and 12th overall in the nation • scored 31 goals and added 17 assists during his high school career • also played club soccer for Delaware United Blizzard, helping to Delaware State Cup Championships in 2009 and 2011 and a Disney Showcase Championship in 2010. Personal: Nicholas John “Nick” DiRienzo • son of Nino and Chrys DiRienzo • born Sept. 30, 1992 • exercise science major at Delaware • mother is a special education teacher • has one older sister, Tara • mother and sister attended Delaware • aspires to become a physical therapist.

Prince Nartey Senior• 5-7 Defense

High School/Club: Threeyear member of the men’s soccer team at the Abundent Grace Academy from 2007-09 • member of the Student’s Reprentative Council and Sports Perfect. Personal: Moses Adjetey Adjieteh (“a-Gee-a-tee”) • son of Abraham and Patience Adjieteh • born Jan. 26, 1993 •father is a clerk, mother is a kaiter trader • has not declared a major at Delaware • selected UD because of its academic and athletic excellence • considers his father, Abraham, his biggest soccer influence • has six brothers and sisters; Harrison, Andreas, Jeremiah, Pearl, Salomey ,and Gifty • enjoys reading and watching soccer matches in his free time.

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Accra, Ghanna/ Presby Boy’s School At Delaware: Third-year player who will look to be a key cog in the Blue Hen defense • has been a key performer both seasons, appearing in 36 games with 31 starts and registered 27 shots.

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2012 Season: Played in 16 games for Delaware, starting on 14 occasions as a sophomore • passed out one assist on Oct. 17 at Drexel • recorded 18 shots • University of Pittsburgh/Nike Invitational All-Tournament Team selection • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Helped Delaware enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head

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coach Ian Hennessy • CAA All-Rookie Team selection • appeared in 20 games that included 17 starts for the Blue Hens as a freshman • missed first two games of the season and a late-season meeting with VCU • had nine shots but did not tally a point during the season from defensive end. High School/Club: Attended Presby Boy’s High School and competed for the soccer team. Personal: Prince Nartey (“nar-tee”) • son of Abraham Tettey-Nartey • born Nov. 24, 1990 • geography major at Delaware • enjoys cooking, listening to music, and watching comedy shows in his spare time. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 16/14 0 1 1 18 2011 20/17 0 0 0 9 Totals 36/31 0 1 1 27

Personal: Evan Alexander Reed • son of Ron and Amy Reed • born Aug. 28, 1992 • health behavior sciences major with a minor in leadership at Delaware • has two younger brothers • parents both played sports in college • mother was a four-year softball player at Lafayette College and father played football for four years at Eastern Kentucky • worked as a summer recreation counselor at an Elks Club • enjoys snowboarding and basketball. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 17/11 2 0 4 6 2011 4/2 0 0 0 1 2010 1/1 1 0 2 2 Totals 22/14 3 0 6 9

Gilbert Simonetti Freshman• 5-9 Defense

Evan Reed Senior• 6-3 Defense

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New York, N.Y./Saint Francis

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Annandale, N.J./North Hunterdon

At Delaware: Fourth-year member of the squad and a two-year letterwinner • key member of Blue Hen defense • has appeared in 22 career games with 14 starts and recorded three goals on nine total shots. 2012 Season: Played in 17 games for Delaware while starting 11 times as a junior • scored two goals on the season, netting tallies vs. Duquesne and Drexel • took six shots • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Sophomore who helped the team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy • appeared in four games, starting late-season matches vs. Lafayette and VCU • also saw action vs. Towson and in the regular season vs. James Madison • took one shot on the season. 2010 Season: Played and started in one game as a freshman against the U.S. Naval Academy (Sept. 15) • scored Delaware’s only goal - and his first career tally - in that contest • took two shots on the season • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years. High School: Four-year starter at North Hunterdon as a center back • team went 71-14 in years as a starter • earned coaches’ poll third team All-State honors and first team all-conference honors in 2009 • also named All-West New Jersey and first team North II • all-area pick by the Courier News • named all-conference and All-West Jersey in 2008.

At Delaware: First-year player at Delaware • will add solid depth to the Blue Hen defensive unit as a freshman. High School/Club: Three-year starter for the DeAnza Force Academy • led the team to the playoffs in 2010-11 and served as the team captain in 2011-12 • prior to joining DeAnza, played for the Norcal State Club Team for two years in 2009-10 • two-year starter at Saint Francis High School • led his squad to the California state championship in 2009 and the quarterfinals in 2010 • earned school’s Scholar-Athlete Award on two occasions. Personal: Gilbert “Gil” Simonetti • son of Gil and Alison Simonetti • born Jan. 16, 1995 • has one sister, Sarah • sport management major at Delaware • career objective is to work in the front office of a professional sports team.

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t Delaware: Will look to continue to push for playing time at the forward position for the Blue Hens • third-year member of the squad • has played in 18 games with seven starts and recorded two goals, two assists, and 13 shots. 2012 Season: Played in 11 contests, starting at the forward positions five times • scored two goals and passed out a single assist to register five points • scored the game-winning goal against Colonial Athletic Association opponent UNCW on Nov. 2 • tallied a .429 shot on goal percentage • recorded a season-high five shots on Nov. 2 against UNCW • scored other goal vs. Navy and added lone assist vs. Duke • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after an opening round win at Virginia for head coach Ian Hennessy • played in seven games with two starts • tallied his first collegiate point with an assist on Oct. 29 at UNCW • had six shots. High School/Club: Four-year starter at William Penn High School where he played for head

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coach William Nuneville • named first team All-State • selected to Academic All-Conference team • earned honor roll status. Personal: Kyle Brandon Bruno • son of John Summers • honor student who has not declared a major yet • selected Delaware because of great location, academics, and afford ability • wants to continue to become a better player and person as a member of the team • enjoys playing basketball in his free time • lists high school coach, William Nuneville, as biggest influence for inspiring him to become a better person every time he steps on the field • worked as a security guard at a pool during the summer. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 11/5 2 1 5 7 2011 7/2 0 1 1 6 Totals 18/7 2 2 6 13

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Voohres, N.J./Bishop Eustace Prep At Delaware: First year member of the squad with the Blue Hens • will add solid depth to Delaware’s defensive unit. High School/Club: Three-year starter for head coach Rich Jones at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School • led the squad to a three-year record of 27-19-3 • received all-conference honors as a sophomore and junior • led team in assists in junior season • team captain as a junior • selected to the NJSA 04 Academy Team • member of the National Honor Society • Principal Honor Roll student. Personal: Troy Edward McCartney • son of Ed and Annemarie McCartney • born on Nov. 2, 1994 • biological science (honors) major at Delaware • has one older brother and two younger siblings • mother played field hockey at University of North Carolina • aunt, Michelle Rosenbaum, was an All-American field hockey player for the Blue Hens in the 1980’s • enjoys community service projects, snowboarding, and wake-boarding in his spare time • wants to attend medical or dental school post-graduation • lists the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) and the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) as his favorite professional sports teams.

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At Delaware: Will continue to add depth to the Blue Hen goalkeeper position • returns for second year on the squad. 2012 Season: Played in and started in final two games for the Blue Hens, seeing action vs. UNCW and William & Mary • allowed three goals on 10 attempts to register a .700 save percentage • recorded a 1-1-0 record • earned first collegiate win and shutout with three saves on Nov. 2 vs. UNCW • tallied a career-high four saves in collegiate debut vs. William & Mary • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal. High School/Club: Threeyear letter winner for Kinnelon High School playing for head coach Nick Stokes • two-time conference champion during sophomore and junior seasons • named first team all-conference during his senior campaign in 2011 • also played two seasons of junior varsity basketball as a center. Personal: Paul Michael DeFeo (“duh-fay-oh”) • son of John and Margaret DeFeo • born Dec. 8, 1993 • civil engineering major at Delaware • father works in legal publishing • mother is an occupational therapist • has an older sister, Ellen, and a younger brother, Tim • uncle, Cormac Finnerty ran the 5,000 meter race for Ireland during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta • cousin of Shay Given, goalkeeper for UEFA Champions League’s Aston Villa and in his 18th season playing professionally • Given has appeared in 125 matches for the Republic of Ireland in international competition • chose Delaware for the soccer program and loves the campus environment • began playing soccer at the age of five • enjoys playing basketball during free time • works as as lifeguard during the summer. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Min. GA (Avg.) Saves (Pct.) Record 2012 2/2 180:00 3 (1.50) 7 (.700) 1-1-0 Totals 2/2 180:00 3 (1.50) 7 (.700) 1-1-0

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2012 STATISTICS Offensive Statistics No. 8 17 10 23 27 12 18 6 22 11 7 13 15 4 9 19 14 3 16 5

Player Joe Dipre Mark Garrity Roberto Gimenéz Evan Reed Kyle Bruno Kyle Nuel Vincent Mediate John Dineen Prince Nartey Ben Asante Andrew Colletti Stefan Bangsund Luke Oostdyk Ignacio Martín Ben Raymond Moses Adjieteh Eyal Gruber Tobias Müller Dieter Bahr Ben Sampson Total Opponents

GP-GS 17-16 16-16 16-11 14-9 9-3 16-15 16-16 15-15 14-12 10-9 10-3 15-4 10-3 17-17 6-2 3-0 13-9 7-5 2-0 4-4 17 17

G 3 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 28

A 1 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 22

Pts. 7 6 6 4 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 78

Shot 25 19 44 4 2 20 20 8 17 11 9 8 6 6 5 1 1 1 0 0 207 217

Shot% .120 .158 .045 .500 .500 .000 .050 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .063 .129

SOG 15 10 21 3 2 7 8 3 6 4 1 4 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 91 92

SOG% .600 .526 .477 .750 .1000 .350 .400 .375 .353 .364 .111 .500 .167 .500 .400 .000 .000 .1000 .000 .000 .440 .424

GWG 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 4 0 4 4

Shutout 3 3 7

0 0 0 0 0 3 9

Goalkeeping Statistics No. 1 TM

Name Jay Lupas Team Total Opponents

GP-GS Min. 17-17 1503:26 00:00 17 1503:26 17 1503:26

GA 28 0 28 13

GAA 1.68 0.00 1.68 0.78

Saves 63 1 64 78

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W 3 0 3 9

L 9 0 9 3

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Team Statistics Delaware

Opponents

13-207 0.81 0.63 91-207 .440 12.9 8 59 0-1

28-217 .175 .129 92-217 .424 13.6 22 103 1-2

190 12 0

204 10 0

SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shots-Attempts Goals Per Game Shot Pct. SOG-Attempts SOG Pct. Shots/Game Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALITIES Fouls Yellow Cards Red Cards

Goals by Period Goals Delaware Opponents

1st 8 15

2nd 5 13

OT 0 0

OT2 0 0

Total 13 28

2nd 105 94

OT 3 8

OT2 4 9

Total 207 217

2nd 32 37

OT 3 2

OT2 3 2

Total 64 78

2nd 35 54

OT 0 5

OT2 2 2

Total 59 103

Shots by Period Goals 1st Delaware 95 Opponents 106 Saves by Period Goals Delaware Opponents

1st 26 37

Corners by Period Goals Delaware Opponents

1st 22 42

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GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Date

Opponent

Score

Overall

Conf.

Attend.

Scorer

8/24

at Massachusetts

0-1

0-1-0

0-0-0

189

-

8/31

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

0-6

0-2-0

0-0-0

502

-

9/2

at Duke

1-2

0-3-0

0-0-0

729

Joe Dipre (Kyle Bruno)

9/7

Duquesne

2-1

1-3-0

0-0-0

-

Evan Reed Vincent Mediate (Roberto Gimemenz)

9/9

at Pittsburgh

0-1

1-4-0

0-0-0

315

-

9/12

NAVY

1-1 (2OT)

1-4-1

0-0-0

525

Kyle Bruno

9/15

at Columbia

1-0

2-4-1

0-0-0

201

John Dineen (Kyle Nuel)

9/19

SETON HALL

1-2

2-5-1

0-0-0

300

Roberto Gimenez

9/25

at Lafayette

0-2

2-6-1

0-0-0

341

-

*9/29

at Georgia State

3-2

3-6-1

1-0-0

264

Mark Garrity (Joe Dipre) Mark Garrity (Kyle Nuel) Robert Gimemenz

*10/3

TOWSON

2-3

3-7-1

1-1-0

550

Joe Dipre (Robert Gimenez) Joe Dipre

*10/7

No. 11 ODU

0-0 (2OT)

3-7-2

1-1-1

-

-

*10/10

at Northeastern

0-2

3-8-2

1-2-1

112

-

*10/14

at James Madison

1-1 (2OT)

3-8-3

1-2-2

362

Mark Garrity (Kyle Nuel)

*10/17

at Drexel

1-1 (2OT)

3-8-4

1-2-3

310

Evan Reed (Prince Nartey)

*10/21

HOFTSTRA

0-3

3-9-4

1-3-3

300

-

*10/24

GEORGE MASON

0-2

3-10-4

1-4-3

-

-

*10/27

at William & Mary

2-3

3-11-4

1-5-3

-

-

*11/2

UNCW

1-0

4-11-4

2-5-3

-

-

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2012 CAA STANDINGS CAA Team Drexel Northeastern James Madison Old Dominion Hofstra George Mason UNCW William & Mary Delaware Towson Georgia State

Record 8-1-1 6-1-3 6-2-2 5-3-2 5-4-1 4-5-1 4-6 2-5-3 2-5-3 2-6-2 2-8

Pct. .850 .750 .700 .600 .550 .450 .400 .350 .350 .300 .200

OVERALL Home Away Streak Pts Record Pct. Home Away Neutral Streak 3-1-1 5-0 W3 25 12-4-3 .711 5-2-2 7-2-1 0-0-0 L1 4-0-1 2-1-2 L1 21 14-3-4 .762 8-0-1 4-3-3 2-0 L1 4-0-1 2-2-1 L1 20 9-7-3 .553 7-1-2 2-3-1 0-3 L1 3-1-1 2-2-1 W1 17 11-3-3 .735 6-1-2 4-2-1 1-0 3-1-1 2-3 16 11-6-4 .619 6-2-2 5-3-2 0-1 L1 2-3 2-2-1 L1 13 11-6-2 .632 7-4 3-2-2 1-0 3-2 1-4 L1 12 7-11.395 4-4-1 2-7 1-0 L2 1-3-1 1-2-2 9 4-10-4 .333 2-4-1 1-6-2 1-0 1-3-1 1-2-2 W1 9 4-11-4 .316 1-4-2 2-6-2 1-1 W1 1-2-2 1-4 L1 8 4-10-2 .313 2-4-2 2-6 0-0 L1 1-4 1-4 W1 6 6-12 .333 3-5 3-7 0-0 W2

TOURNAMENT

TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals Nov. 5

#4 Hofstra 0, #5 George Mason 0 (2OT)

(HU advance on Pks)

First Round Nov. 15

#3 James Madison 4, #6 UNCW 3 (OT)

(UMBC advance on Pks)

Semi-Finals Nov. 9

#2 Northeastern 5, #3 James Madison 0 #4 Hofstra 1, #1 Drexel 1 (2OT)

Second Round

HU advance on Pks

Finals Nov. 11

Northeastern 1, Boston College 0 Drexel 0, Brown 2 Old Dominion 0, UMBC 0

#4 Connecticut 1, Northeastern 0

#2 Northeaster 1, #4 Hofstra 0 (2OT)

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2012 ALL-CAA TEAMS First Team Name, School Don Anding, Northeastern

Class Sr.

Position F

Hometown/Previous School Amity Harbor, N.Y./ Chaminade

Olakunle Banjo, Towson % Tim Hopkins, Old Dominion # Taylor Morgan, George Mason % Jamie Dell, UNCW Chris Harmon, Old Dominion Nathan Page, Drexel Paul Wyatt, James Madison* Bjarki Aoalsteinsson, James Madison

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

F F F MF MF MF MF D

Upper Marlbaro, Md./Largo Nottingham, England/Rushcliffe School Southampton, England/Tauntons College Chapel Hill, N.C./Chapel Hill Dowingtown, Pa./Downington West Norwich, England/Norwich Modbury, England/Ivybridge Kopavogur, Iceland/Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi

Simon Cox, Northeastern

So.

D

London, England/London Nautical

Shaun Foster, Hofstra* Oliver Blum, Northeastern

Jr. Sr.

D GK

Southport, England/Stanley North Yarmouth, Maine/Greely

Second Team Name, School Chris Griebsch, Hofstra %

Class Jr.

Position F

Maid Memic, Hofstra Timi Mulgrew, George Mason Joseph Holland, Hofstra Jordan LeBlanc, Old Dominion Dante Marini, Northeastern* Ken Tribbet, Drexel# Tal Bublil, Drexel Alex DeJohn, Old Dominion

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

F F MF MF MF MF D D

Kozarac, Bosnia/Voss Gymas Sterling, Va./Great Falls London, England/Lewisham College Haverford, Pa./The Haverford School Chadds Ford, Pa./Salesanium School Centennial, Colo./Grandview Kfar-Mass, Israel/Makif Yahud Marlboro, N.J./Marlboro

Ambry Moss, Northeastern Tobias Müller, Delaware Tim Washam, Drexel

So. Jr. Sr.

D D GK

Nassau, Bahamas, The Pendleton School Steinfurt, Germany/Bunsen Gymansium Warminster, Pa./William Tennent

Hometown/Previous School Dessau-Rosslau, Germany/Jena

Tobias Müller - 2nd Team All-CAA

2012 CAA Player of the Year - Don Anding, Northeastern 2012 CAA Co-Defensive Player of the Year -Simon Cox, Northeastern; Shaun Foster, Hofstra 2012 Rookie of the Year - Joseph Holland, Hofstra 2012 CAA CO-Coaches of the Year - Brain Ainscough, Northeastern ;Doug Hess, Drexel University of Delaware Men’s Soccer Media Guide

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2012 ALL-CAA TEAMS Third Team Name, School Gideon Asante, Old Dominion*

Class Jr.

Position F

Hometown/Previous School Sunyani, Ghana/Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Fabio Machado, Drexel William Mellors-Bair, Georgia State Jonathan Eckford, Northeastern Alex Herrera, George Mason Jamal Keene, Georgi State % Christian McLaughlin, James Madison % Chris Locandro, Georgia State* Hugh Roberts, George Mason

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

F F MF MF MF MF D D

Leominster, Mass./Leominster Nottingham, England/Nottingham Bluecoat School Bradenton, Fl./Manatee Arlington, Va./Yorktown Atlanta, Ga./Hiram Herdon, Va./Herdon Kennesaw, Ga./The Walker School Olney, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel

Will Smith, William & Mary # Victor Francoz, Old Dominion #

Jr. Sr.

D GK

Avon, Conn./Westminster School Fleur Sur Saone, France

All-Rookie Team Name, School Bjarki Aðalsteinsson, James Madison

Position D

Hometown/Previous School Kopavogur, Iceland/Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi

Colin Bonner, UNCW Terence Carter, Northeastern Ryan Condotta, Old Dominion Donovan Fayd’Herbe de Maudave, NU Josh Grant, James Madison Ryan Harmouche, George Mason Joseph Holland, Hofstra William Mellors-Blair, Georgia State

F F MF F F F/MF MF F

Fulton, Md./Reservoir London, England/London Nautical Keller, Texas/Keller Johannesburg, South Africa/Barking Abbey Plymouth, England/Torpoint College Annandale, Va./Robinson Secondary London, England/Lewisham College Nottingham, England/Nottingham Bluecoat School

Felix Petermann, Towson

GK

Berlin, Germany/Flatow-Oberschule

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ABOUT THE CAA With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. nation’s top collegiate conferences. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championThe CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan ar- ship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournaeas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charles- ment berths last season and each current member of the conference ton, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 nation- reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two al players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accu- last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the mulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honThe landscape of the conors in women’s lacrosse, ference stretches along track and field and the majority of the East swimming & diving last Coast, and includes sevseason and had players eral of the nation’s top nationally ranked in tenmedia markets – New nis and golf. York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and BalCAA member institutions timore (25). The number are committed to excelof television homes in lence in the classroom. the CAA market exceeds The Colonial Academic 20 million. Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s The CAA conducts champresidents with a goal of pionships in 22 sports. expanding their partnerMale athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, ship to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercolcross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, legiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soc- abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership cer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volley- with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public ball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 schools across the United States. student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons.

CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food.

Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George MaIn women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West son University, the United States Naval Academy and the University Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the sea- (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American Unison ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel versity) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. University of Delaware Men’s Soccer Media Guide

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ABOUT THE CAA STAFF DIRECTORY

Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.

8625 Patterson Avenue Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 754-1616 Fax: (804) 754-1973 Executive Commissioner.................................................................................. Thomas E. Yeager

CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY Current Membership College of Charleston............................................................. 2013-present University of Delaware........................................................... 2001-present Drexel University.................................................................... 2001-present Hofstra University.................................................................. 2001-present James Madison University...................................................... 1983-present Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington........................................ 1985-present Northeastern University..........................................................2005-present Towson University.................................................................. 2001-present College of William and Mary.................................................. 1983-present Past Members American University...................................................................1985-2001 East Carolina University.............................................................1983-2001 George Mason University............................................................1983-2013 Georgia State University.............................................................2005-2013 United States Naval Academy.....................................................1983-1991 Old Dominion University............................................................ 1991-2013 University of Richmond..............................................................1983-2001 Virginia Commonwealth University.............................................1995-2012

Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ..................................................... Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer ........................................................................ Cindy Williams Executive Assistant.............................................................................Raven Wilkinson Broadcasting/Video Assoc. Commissioner - Broadcast Services ...................................................Peter Hock Director of Video Services ..................................................................... Bobby Broyles Director of Video Services........................................................................... Alex Souza Championships Senior Assoc. Commissioner - Champ./Marketing ..................................................................Robert Goodman Assoc. Commissioner - Championships/MBB ...........................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner - Championships/WBB ...........................................Katie Lowe Assistant Commissioner - Championships.........................................Ashley Champigny Communications Associate Commissioner - Communications ............................................ Rob Washburn Asst. Commissioner - Creative Services/Comm. ............................................Niki DeSantis Communications Intern ........................................................................Tim McDonnell Compliance Senior Assoc. Commiss. - Comp. & Governance/SWA..............................................................................Kathleen Batterson Asst. Dir. of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ..................................................Donna Jones Corporate Partnerships

Future Member Elon University....................................................................................2014

Director of Corporate Partnerships ....................................................... Brian Edmonds Integrated Digital Strategies Assoc. Commissioner - Integrated Digital Strategies...............................................Scott Meyer Officiating Officiating Administrator ....................................................................... Pamela Stone

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COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

DREXEL

October 13, 2013• 11 a.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

October 19, 2013 • 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Ralph Lundy (Western Carolina ‘76) Record: 280-200-35 (37 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Troy Lesesne, Keith Wiggans

Staff Head Coach: Doug Hess (Elizabethtown ‘96) Record: 24-24-7 (two seasons) Asst. Coaches: Bryan Green

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 8-11-1 2012 SoCon Record: 4-2-1

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 12-4-3 2012 CAA Record: 8-2-2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4

Series Info All-Time Record: 0-0-0 First Meeting

Series Info All-Time Record: 17-35-7 Last Meeting: 10/17/12 • Away • T, 1-1

www.cofcsports.com

www.drexeldragons.com

HOFSTRA

JAMES MADISON

November 3, 2012 • 1 p.m. Hofstra Soccer Stadium• Hempstead, N.Y.

October 9, 2013• 7 p.m. University Park • Harrisonburg, Va.

Staff Head Coach: Richard Nuttall (Carnegie School of Physical Education ‘84) Record: 218-195-51 (24 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Gary Book, Graham Radcliffe

Staff Head Coach: Tom Martin (Davis & Elkins ‘71) Record: 343-146-53 (27 seasons) Asc. Head Coach: Tom Foley Asst. Coaches: Sean Martin

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 11-6-4 2012 CAA Record: 5-4-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 9-7-3 2012 CAA Record: 6-2-2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3

Series Info All-Time Record: 10-13-1 Last Meeting: 10/4/12 • Away• L, 1-3

Series Info All-Time Record: 3-11-2 Last Meeting: 10/14/12 • Away • T, 1-1

www.gohofstra.com

www.jmusports.com

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COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION UNCW

NORTHEASTERN

October 26, 2013 • 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

October 16, 2013 • 6 p.m. Parson’s Field• Boston, Mass.

Staff Head Coach: Aidan Heaney (UNC Charlotte ‘92) Record: 123-123-23 (12 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Zach Haines, Lee William

Staff Head Coach: Brian Ainscough (FairleighDickinson‘87) Record: 65-60-29 (nine season) Asc. Head Coach: Adam Pfeifer Asst. Coaches: Aidan Byrne, Ben Graham

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 7-13-1 2012 CAA Record: 4-6-0

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 14-3-4 2012 CAA Record: 6-1-3

Series Info All-Time Record: 3-8 Last Meeting: 11/2/12 •Homw• 1, 1-0

Series Info All-Time Record: 3-14-2 Last Meeting: 10/10/12 • Away• L, 0-2

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WILLIAM & MARY October 30, 2013• 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del. Staff Head Coach: Chris Norris (W & M ‘95) Record: 79-57-22 Asst. Coaches: Brendan Bourdage, Tom Duffy, Jon Kamara Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 4-10-4 2012 CAA Record: 2-5-3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 21/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Info All-Time Record: 1-12-1 Last Meeting: 10/27/12 •Away • L, 2-3 www.tribeathletics.com University of Delaware Men’s Soccer Media Guide

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2013 OPPONENTS HOWARD

IONA

October 23, 2013 • 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium Stadium•Newark, Del.

September 25, 2013• 3 p.m. Iona Soccer Stadium • New Rochelle, N.Y.

Staff Head Coach: Michael Lawrence

Staff Head Coach: Fernando Barboto (Montclair State ‘94) Asst. Coaches: Donal Hathorn, James Quiroga

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 3-16-0 Series Info All-Time Record: 2-1-0 Last Meeting: 9/24/03 • Away • W, 1-0

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 7-11 2012 MAAC Record: 5-2 Series Info All-Time Record: 0-1-1 Last Meeting: 9/28/03 • Away • L, 0-1

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MANHATTAN

UMBC

September 6, 2013• 7:30 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

October 1, 2013• 7 p.m. Retriever Soccer Park• Baltimore, Md.

Staff Head Coach: Jorden Scott (Glamorgan ‘02) Record: First Season Asst. Coach: Gary Adair

Staff Head Coach: Pete Caringi Record: 230-143-51 (22 seasons) Assoc. Head Coach: Anthony Adams Asst. Coaches: Dan Louisgnau, Sam DeBone

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 3-12-1 2012 MAAC Record: 2-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: Series Info All-Time Record: First Meeting www.gojaspers.com

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 11-4-7 2012 America East Record: 4-2-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Info All-Time Record: 8-13-3 Last Meeting: 9/4/09 • Away • L,5-1 www.umbcretrievers.com

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2013 OPPONENTS UNLV

ST. BONAVENTURE

August 30, 2013• 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium Stadium•Newark, Del.

September 13, 2013• 5 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium Stadium•Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Rich Ryerson (UNLV ‘87) Record: 15-39-3 (3 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Liam Conners, Matt Armstrong

Staff Head Coach: Mel Mahler (High Point ‘78) Record: 6 seasins

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 6-14-1 2012 MPSF Record: 4-6-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Series Info All-Time Record: First Meeting

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 5-14 2012 A-10 Record: 3-6 Series Info All-Time Record: 2-0-0 Last Meeting: 9/2/90 • Neutral • W, 3-1

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ST. PETER’S

SETON HALL

September 20, 2013 • 4 p.m. St. Peter’s Soccer• Jersey City, N.J.

September 10, 2013• 7 p.m. Owen T. Carrol Field• South Orange, N.J.

Staff Head Coach: Julian Richens (Brunel University, England ‘98) Record: 5-11 (Second Season)

Staff Head Coach: Gerson Echeverry (Seton Hall ‘94) Record: 6-12 (Second season) Asst. Coaches: Vincent Marcotrigiano, Kobie Johnson, Mark Williams

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 5-11 2012 MAAC Record: 3-4 Series Info All-Time Record: Last Meeting: 8/31/12 • Away • L, 1-2 www.stpeterspeacocks.com

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 6-12 2012 BIG EAST Record: 2-6 Series Info All-Time Record: 0-2-1 Last Meeting: 9/19/12 • Home • L, 1-2 www.shupirates.com

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2013 OPPONENTS SEATTLE

TEMPLE

September 1, 2013 • 1 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

September 17, 2013• 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Peter Fewing Record: Asst. Coaches: Nate Daligcon, Jeff Koch, Bill Colello

Staff Head Coach: David MacWilliams Record: Asst. Coaches: Brian Clarhaut, Evan Prybutok, Wendell Beres

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 3-13-1 2012 MPSF Record: 1-8-1

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 10-6-2 2012 A-10 Record: 6-1-1 : Team Info All-Time Record: 7-32-7 Last Meeting: 9/13/00 • Away• W, 2-1

Team Info All-Time Record: First Meeting

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SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN GAMES Home Away Neutral Site Afternoon Night Game Conference Non-Conference

10 7 0 5 12 7 10

New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Virginia Maryland Massachusetts Nevada North Carolina South Carolina Washington Washington DC

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OPPONENT CONFERENCES CAA 7 Big East 1 A-10 2 MAAC 4 MEAC 1 MPSF 2 America East 1

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2013 SCHEDULE Date AUGUST 30 SEPTEMBER 1 SEPTEMBER 6 September 10 SEPTEMBER 13 SEPTEMBER 17 September 20 September 25 October 1 *October 9 *OCTOBER 13 *October 16 *OCTOBER 19 OCT3 *OCTOBER 26 *OCTOBER 30 *November 3 November 9 November 14-16 November 21 November24/December 1 December 6-8 Decemeber 13-15

Opponent UNLV SEATTLE MANHATTAN at Seton Hall ST. BONAVETURE TEMPLE at St. Peter’s at Iona at UMBC at James Madison COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON at Northeastern DREXEL HOWARD UNCW WILLIAM & MARY at Hofstra Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals CAA Semifinals/Finals (Highest Seed) NCAA Tournament 1st Round NCAA Tournament 2nd/3rd Rounds NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals NCAA College Cup

Time 7 P.M. 1 P.M. 7:30 P.M. 7 p.m. 5 P.M. 7 P.M. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 A.M. 6 p.m. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 1 p.m. tba tba tba tba tba tba

ALL CAPS - Home Games * - Colonial Athletic Association Contest

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -AAAActon, Bill Adams, Albert Adams, Gary Adkins, George Aitken, Craig Allen, Samuel Alvarado, E.J. Anderson, George Anderson, Jeffery Arles, David Arles, Peter Armour, Samuel Arnold, Kent Arpan, Justin Atkins, John Asante, Ben Ashby, Chris Avery, Donald

1972-73 1934-35 1963, 1965 1950 2008 1959-61 2007-08 1938-39 1992-95 1984-86 1984-86 1938 1978-80 2002-05 197-75 2012 1989-92 1970

-BBBBaierlein, Richard Ballas, Robbie Bangsund, Stefan Banker, Paul Bant, William Barnes, William Bates, Brian Beardsley, Barry Beck, George W. Begatto, Vincent Bell, Wayne Bender, Chris Bender, Richard Berman, Norman D. Bernier, Marcel Berry, John Best, Roy Betts, C. Ames Betts, Harold Betts, Howard Biddle, Garfield Biggs, Michael Blau, Tal Blechman, Melvin Bohdan, Vladimir Boulden, Ann Boyce, Albert Boyce, Truxton Boynton, King Brackin, Thomas Bratus, Michael Brewer, Arthur G. Bringhurst, George Brodey, Robert

1977 1999 2012 1970 1935-37 1945 1994-97 1962-63 1943 1992 1931 1973, 1975 1969 1943 1956 1976-78 1989 1938-41 1951 1949 1961-63 1968-70 2004-07 1934 1955-57 1981 1967-68 1937-40 1959-61 1983-86 2006 1943-45 1926-28 1947

Brooks, Jack Brough, Kerry Brown, Lakieben Brown, Thomas Brugger, Josh Bruno, Kyle Buhl, Frank Bullard, Andrew Bullock, Jay Bunting, Mike Bunting, Roberts Burt, Robert S. Butler, Robert

1963 1967-69 1997-98 1953-54 2001-02 2011-12 1955-56 1991-94 1950 1998 1957-58 1982 1942

-CCCCain, Noah Callahan, Carson Calvert, Thomas J. Cann, James Cappel, Dan Carlson, Eric Caroll, Christopher Caruso, George Cassidy, Andrew Caulk, J. D. Cavalier, Steve Chaloupka, George Chamberlin, Ray Chambers, Leon Cherico, Carl Ching, George Chomorro, Ernest Christie, Darren Clark, Beverly Cleaver, Walter Colletti, Andrew Collingwood, Robert Collins, Charles F. Colona, William Colona, William Combs, Chuck Compton, Todd Connell, Richard Connors, Douglas Conaway, Donald Conway, William Cooper, Jerome Cooper, Thomas Costello, Daniel Cowan, Allan Craig, Arthur G. Creighton, George Crompton, Charles Cropper, Richard D. Crothers, C. Crowley, Robert A.

1940-41 1957-58 1976-77 1945-49 1949 2001 1983 1975-78 1995 1928-30 2007-08 1950 1998 1939-40 1959 1954 1949 2007-09 1982 1968-70 2012 1951 1927-29 1945 1952-53 2001 1994 1951-53 1945 1959 1947 1970-72 1964-65 1992-93 1947 1930-32 1972-73 1933-34 1976 1926 1976-78

Cwiek, Eddie Czerwinski Stanley

2002-03 1953

-DDDDanaher, Paul 2006-08 Danforth, Nate 2000-003 Daniello, John 1987-89 Daniels, Scott 1993-96 Dannenberg, William 1970-972 Daras, Geoffrey 1979-80 Dare, Richard 1952 Davidson, Jeffrey 1995-97 Davis, Brian 1989-91 Davis, Kyle 2006-09 Dedman III, James 1948-49 Deegan, David 1987-90 DeGeorge, Antonio 1988-92 DeGeorge, James 1986-89 Delva, Greg 2006 Dempsey, Robert 1956-58 Diaconis, Robert 1973-75 Dick, Bryan 1999-00 Dielmann, Charlie 1978-80 DiFrancisco, Vincent 1951 Dineen, John 2010-12 Dipre, Joe 2012 Dipholo, F. 1932 DiSabatino, Eugene 1940 Dodds, William 1969-71 Donahue, Chris 1973-76 Doordan, Bernard 1935-37 Doucette, Jeremy 1999-00 Douglass, Carleton 1940 Downham, John 1972-74 Duhl, Seth 1999-00 Dunbar, Mat 1997-00 Duncan, I. Newell 1944 Dusewicz, John 1967-68 Dyer, Clarence 1958-59

-EEEEastburn, R. 1936 Eckbert, William 1934 Edward, Jon-Curry 2006 Edwards, Richard 1945 Edwards, Ryan 2002 Eiker, Earl 1960-61 Egosi, David 2001-03 Elliott, Frank 1932-36 Ellis, Kyle 2010-11 England, Ralph 1956 Englehart, Andrew 2006-08 Ensor, Scott 1998 Erickson, Alan 1972-74 Esposito, Gregory 1994-97 Evangelista Jr., Richard1985-87

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1974 1997-00 1981-83 1944-48

-FFFFahey, Edward Faisal, Chibsah Farrone, David Feigenblatt, Murray Fellenbaum, Todd Fernandez, Jesus Ferrell, David Finizio, Jean Claude Finn, Mark S. Fisher, Richard Fisher, Robert Flanigan, Adam Flink, Peter Fontaine, Yoan Ford, Ross Foster, Biddle Fox, Harold C. Fox, Lloyd Fox, Vaughn Frey, Gerald Frimpong, Evans Fuchs, Siegfried Fuhr, Wayne Funsten, Morgan Furness, Robert

1948 2009-10 1946 1945 1992-93 1940-43 1974-77 1990-93 1981-84 1951-52 1964-66 2001-04 1962 2011 1928-29 1950-53 1930 1947 1950 1984-85 2010-11 1963-65 1954-55 2003 1972-74

-GGGGalloway, George W. Garin, Steve Garrity, Mark Gaul, Eric Gebhard, Robert S. Gee, Richard Gerber, Jud Gerow, William Gerstenfield, Dylan Gillespie, Cole Gimenez, Roberto Glanden, Hayes Glanden, James Goeckel, Werner Gonser, Andrew Gordon, Richard Gorray, James Gottshall, James Grabowski, Ted Grant, George Grayson, Samuel Greeley, Robert Grier, Warren

1930 1989-90 2010-12 1995 1978-79 1957-58 1988 1940 2009 1995-96 2011-12 2003 1963-65 1962 1996 1963 1959-60 1940-42 1943 1936 1938 1953 1940-41 36

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Griffith, Paul Griffiths, Robert L. Groff, Jeremy Gross, Floyd Gruber, Eyal Grzenda, Scott Guidash, Robert M. Gunter, Brian

1935 1981-82 1997-99 1949 2009-12 1983-86 1977-79 1994-97

-HHHHaley, Michael Hall, George Hallett, James Handloff, Alvin Hagerty, Mark Hagstoz, Frank Haney, David Haney, Matt Hann, Samuel Hameli, Hamid Harding, Gary Harper, David Harrell, Leon III Harrington, Elmer Harris, Edwin L. Harris, Greg Harrison, Paul G. Hartzell, David Haselmann, Guy Hassenstein, Edwin Haycock, Arthur Haynes, Kyle Helfman, Mitch Helwig, James Henderson, Harold Henry, John D. Heppe, George Hewitt, Courtney Hickman, Harold Hildreth, John Hill, I. D. Hinnershitz, Harry Hitchens, William B. Hoffstein, Jules Holden, James Hollens, Josh Hollis, James P. Honeysett, Mike Horn, Thomas Horney, Edward Hudson, David Hume, Garrett Humphries, W. -DDDHurtado, Joaquin Hutchinson, David Huxford, Harry

1974-77 1929-30 1935 1933 1983-85 1968-70 1970-72 2003-06 1933 1983 1969-71 1975 1977 1938-40 1944 1981 1943 1975-77 1984-85 1964-66 1960 2001-04 198991 1970-72 1954 1944 1926-30 2007-10 1932-36 1958 1926-27 1933, 1934 1944 1946-49 1954-58 2000 1932 1999-02 1984-87 1947-49 1998-99 1933-35 1936-37 1995-98 2006 1946

-IIIIngram, Brinton Irwin, Harry Isaacs, Harold Iskra, Michael

1959-61 1939-42 1949 1990-91

-JJJJackson, Charles Jackson, Roland Jackson, Stewart Jacobs, Henry L. Jahanbani, Mehdi Jahn, Carl Jamison, Robert Jondal, Hans Jones, Chris Jones, Harold C. Jones, T. Richard Jordan, Thomas Joseph, F. A.

1928-30 1935 1949 1943-44 1950 1947 1950-53 1959 2005 1930-31 1959-961 1941 1935

-KKKKaffenberger, James Kalinowski, Leon Kammarman, David Kandra, Daniel Kandra, Michael Karsnitz, James Katman, Thomas Keane, Dan Keilbassa, Emil Kelly, David Kelly, J.D. Ketchum, Robert Keomanikhoth, Keith Kiliaan, Taco Kinter III, John Kirk, Harvey Kirk, Lewis Kline, Ronald Knapp, Jack Knapp, John Knarr, Neil Koenig, Charles Konawalik, Nick Konizer, George Kovara, David Krebs, Ronald Kreider, Nick Krepps, Mike Krewatch, Samuel Kuzan, John

1967-68 1952-53 1992-93 1976-79 1986-89 1969-73 1954-55 1998-01 1938-40 1999 1975-76 1941-42 1992-93 1992-93 1951-52 1968 1965 1983-87 1950 1952 1966-68 1950 1999-00 1962 1997 1980-82 1999-00 1998-00 1929-30 1997

-LLLLampert, Francis Larason, Robert

1933 1964-66

Lauber, Harold 1964 Laudeman, Matt 2005-06 Layton, J. 1937 Leedom, George 1967-69 Lee, Walter 1928-30 Legates, J. Edward 1941-42 Lemon, Stanley G. 1944 Leonard, John 2004-05 Lindbaek, Peter 1966 Lingo, Charles A. 1930 Lingo, Jack 1942 Liparini, Nicholas 1990-91 Lippincott, Robert 1935-37 Livingstone, Cameron 1986-88 Livingston, E. N. 1935 Long, George 1951 Long, Richard 1926-30 Lorback, Todd W. 1981-84 Lord, Kieth 1955-56 Lord, Robert 1962-63 Lupas, Jay 2012 Lupton, Albert 1934 Lynam, Dursey 1933 Lyon, Thomas 1963-64

-MMMMacCloskey, Robert Mackey, Joseph MacKnight, Thomas MacLeod, Robert Maher, W. Mai, Edward Majerick, Drew Mallia, Greg Malmstron, Lars Maloy, William Mangat, Stephen Mangione, John Marino, Mike Markel, Mattew Marklund, Erick Marriott, Dean Marsden, Kevin Martell, Jeff Martin, Don Martin, Ignacio Marvel, William Mason, Stuart Matlack, John Maull, Edward Maxwell, Thomas McBrearty, Jeffrey McClaughlin, John McCloskey, John McCord, Earl McCready, James McCrodden, Bruce

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McDade, Howard F. 1930 McGlinchry, Michael 1965 McGowan, Christopher 1992-94 McGroarty, Alex 2000 McKenica, John 1974 McKenica, Keith 1973-74 McKenry, Harry R. 1943-44 McKinney, William 1950 McMullen, Robert 1942 Meadows, Charles 1995-97 Meadows, Cheyney 198-93 Meadows, David 1965-66 Mediate, Vincent 2010-12 Meldrom, Steven 1993-95 Mercier, Christopher 1988-89 Metz, Charles 1990 Meyers, David 1962-63 Miller, Jim 1966 Miller, John 1966 Miller, Joseph 1945-53 Miller, Stephen 1971-73 Milne, G. 1926 Mils, Roland 1949 Mink, Kenneth 1937-39 Minner, Delbert 1932-33 Minnis, Greg 2003 Miricanyan, Daren 1968-70 Molinaro, Anthony 2003-06 Monaghan, William 1945 Morley, Ken 1966-68 Morley, Roger 1966-68 Morrison, Steve 1971-72 Morrocco, Guy 1928 Morton, Charles 1940 Muldoon, William 1978-82 Muller, Tobias 2011-12 Murray, Alec 1934-35 Murray, H. 193-32 Murray, Howard 1958-60 Murray, James 1964-66 Murray, Richard 1948-49

-NNNNartey, Prince Nash, Michael Nemfakos, Charles Newman, Joseph K. Newswanger, Troy Nicolaisen, Leif Niece, Stephen Nuel, Kyle

2011-12 1991-93 1990 1930-34 1983-85 1950 1960 2011-12

-OOOO’Connell, Dennis O’Connor, Darren Obold, Joseph Olowolafe, Kenny

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Olowolafe, Tolu Onart, Sean Oostdyk, Luke Ormsby, David Osborn, Hayler Oster, James E. Oswald, Patrick Owens, David Owens, Robert Owsley, Joseph

2007 1984-85 2012 1986-88 1961-63 1978-80 1996-97 1999 1955-56 1969-71

-PPPPalazzo, Daniel Passera, Xavier Patterson, Vernon Paugh, Bill Paul, Brandon Paulin, Joseph Paxson, Harold Pease, Thomas C. Pelin, John Pelouze, Mark Pennock, Thomas Peters, Kyle Peterson, John Petito, John R. Peto, Harold Pezza, Anthony Phillips, Bradley Phillips, James Pizzuti, Patrick Polaski, Fred Potts, Curtis Potts, Leslie Potts, Rick William Povey, John Powell, Lou Prall, Horace G. Prettyman, James Pritchard, Jeffrey Puican, Mark

1988-89 1991 1946 2005-08 2009 1957 1951-55 1982-84 1977-78 1988-89 1935-36 2003 1956-57 1978-82 1946 2003--06 1994-96 1971 1994-96 1970 1931-34 1926-28 1982-84 1945-47 1927-29 1944 1931-34 1980-82 1989-92

-QQQQuillan, Harry

1938-39

-RRRRadowski, Mike Raymond, Ben Read, David C. Redding, William Redfield, Alexander Refield, James Reed, Donald Reed, Evan Rees, Michael Regester, William Reid, Donald

2002 2009-12 1982 1950 1988 1987 1957-58 2011-12 1988 1952-55 1956

Reid, Justin Reynolds, John Rhode, Chris Ricevuto, Chris Richards, Enoch Rider, William M. Riggin, Thomas M Riggins, Thomas E. Ripper, James Rishel, John Robbins, Neal Robinson, Dwayne Roberson, Alvin Roberts, James Roberts, Oscar Robinson, Jack Rodkey, Ben Rogers, Charles Rogers, Francis Romano, Justin Rosenberg, Charles Roser, J. Henry Ross, Christopher Ruprecht, Robert Ruos, Edmund Rusnak, Conrad Ryan, Christopher Ryan, Herman W.

2002 1947 2003 1997-98 1946-48 1981 1945-46 1944 1964-66 1959-61 1951 1985-87 1961-63 1950 1946-47 1942 2007-10 1967 1934 2003-07 1930 1926-7 1990 1978 1956-57 2008-09 1985-87 1926-29

-SSSSacharuk, Serge Samonisky, Marc Sandell, Ronald Santos, Jair dos Sapowith, Alan D. Saunders, Scott Sawyer, Stephen G. Sayer, Stephen Scheer, Jon Scheuhing, Robert Schmidt, Andrew Schorr, Lawrence Schrider, Richie Schultz, Daniel Scott, David Scott, Thomas Sellers, John Searl, Ed Severini, George Sevier, James Shadoff, Eric Shaw, Thomas Shepanski, Bryan Sherlock, Walter Shilock-Elliott, Kyle Shivery, Arthur L. Shlikas, Edward

1954-55 1967-9 1986-89 1950-51 1943 1976-77 1976-79 1962, 1964 2008-10 1942 1951-52 1944 2000 1993-96 1945-48 1950 1988-91 1966, 1968 2003 1939 2005-07 1956-58 1998-01 1979,-81 1998-01 1943 1988

Short, George Siegele, Terry Siemen, Robert Singley, Richard Skinner, Glenn Skinner, Jeff Skirstad, Hans Smallwood, Chip Smith, Adam Smith, Andrew Smith, J. Smith, J. H. Smith, Paul B. Smithson, Keith Snowberger, Ralph Solon, Kenneth Sokola, David P. Sokola, Ray Sowinski, John T. Spence, Steven Spiller, Sol L. Squires, Richard R. Stanford, Michael Steele, Dean Steffen, William Stepek, J. Scott Stephenson, Demar Stevenson, Maurie Steward, Clayton Stewart, James Stoltzfus, Kenneth Stone, Michael Strazzella, Antonio Streilein, Andy Surprenant, Matt Swift, William Svienbjornsson, Thor Sylvester, Ian Synam, D.

1926 1969-71 1941-42 1953 1955 2001-02 1961 1972-75 2004 1994-95 1935 1928-29 1931 1993 1926-29 1980 1976 1974-75 1943 1971-74 1943 1978-79 1980-82 1953-55 1988 1981 2007-10 1950 1973-75 1937 1983-85 2009-11 1926-28 2008 1998 1938 1956 2003 1931-32

-TTTTadjalli, Sal 2004-05 Tadjalli, Sobhan 2004-07 Takacs, Zsolt 1958 Talarico, Anthony 200-06 Talley, James 1950 Talley, Joseph 1953 Talmo, Victor R. 1944 Tawes, John P. 1931-33 Taylor, Edward 1952 Taylor, I. S . 1926 Taylor, James 1937 Thames, Taylor 200-08 Thomas, Jason 1994 Thomas, Patrick 1987-88 Thommen, Edward Jr. 1979-81 Thompson, Charles 1963-64

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1977-79 1952-54 1936-39 1936-37 1929-30 1949 2004 1970 1947 1994-96 1939 1935-36

-VVVVanAcker, J.D. VanArsdalen, Warren Vansant, Donald Vansant, Gordon Vansant, J. R. Vaughn, Molloy Vaughn, Steve Vernaschi, Roberto Von Kleeck, Scott A.

2002 1951-52 1952 1946-47 1936 1938-41 1942 200-10 1981-82

-WWWWagamon, W. B. Wagner, Roby Walbeck, Carl Walls, Kenneth Walsh, Brian Walter, James W. Walter, Lindsey Walter, William Walters, Fred Walters, Michael Walton, Daniel Waltz, Terry Warren, James Watson, Eugene Watson, J.W. Watson, William Way, George Weathers, Stephen Webb, Dave Webster, Brandon Weer, Gregory Weinland, John Weinroth, Ralph Weir, James Weldon, Ernest Werner, Pat West, Haight Wharton, Guy Wharton, John Whitcraft, David White, Edwin White, Mike

1931 1954-56 1948 1947-49 1988-91 1941-43 1975-77 1965 1957-58 1980-82 1953, 1954 1969-71 1938 1957 1926-27 1979-80 1991-92 1979-80 1972-75 1990 1970 1956 1931 1995 192830 2000-02 1949 1937-40 1990 1980-84 1956 2010 38

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS White, Stephen 1987 Whitehead, Kenneth W. 1981-83 Whittington, Kenneth 1953-55 Wichman, Gerald 1967 Wilcox, Nelson 1951 Wilda, John 1958, 1960 Wileman, Bill 1966 Williams, Cody 2005-06 Williams, James 1950 Williams, Robert T. 1978,-81 Williamson, Paul 1955-58 Willis, Frederick 1959-60 Wilson, Chas 2011 Windon, Richard 1971-72 Winner, Thomas 1991 Wingate, Jay 1941-42 Wood, Phillip 1971 Wooten, Edward 1940 Wright, James 1963-65 Wright, Robert 1976-77

-YYYYohai, Samuel Young, Robert Young, Taylor

1962 1983-85 2004-05

-ZZZ-

Zebro, E.J. Zeller, Richard Ziegler, William Zimmerman, John Zollner, Michael

1992-94 2001-04 1961 1971-73 2005-06

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1926 O 19 O 23 O 28 D 11

Head Coach: O’Brien Beacom College Haverford J.V. Pennsylvania J.V. Franklin & Marshall

L 0-1 L 0-1 L 1-9 W 1-0

1927 O 15 O 29 N4 N 15 N 18 N 29 D3 D 10

(0-7-1) Head Coach: Unknown Franklin & Marshall at Temple at Pennsylvania J.V. Haverford at Swarthmore Beacom College Western Maryland at Western Maryland

L 0-2 L 0-3 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-1 T 3-3 L 0-3

1928 O 12 O 17 O 20 O 26 N3 N7 N 22

(1-6) Head Coach: Unknown at Swarthmore at Pennsylvania J.V. Temple at Haverford at Lehigh at Franklin & Marshall Beacom College

L 0-2 L 1-5 L 1-4 L 0-4 L 1-7 L 1-2 W 2-1

1929 O 16 O 25 O 26 O 29 N8 N 12 N 15

(4-3) Head Coach: Unknown at Pennsylvania J.V. at West Chester at Chalfont - Haddon Hall Franklin & Marshall at Swarthmore at Temple Haverford J.V..

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

1930 O 15 O 23

(0-7) Head Coach: Unknown at Pennsylvania J.V. West Chester

L 0-4 L 0-4

O 31 N1 N8 N 19 N 25

at Haverford at Lehigh at Chalfont - Haddon Hall at Army at Franklin & Marshall

L 1-7 L 0-6 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-2

1931 (1-4-1) Head Coach: Edward Bardo O 14 at Pennsylvania J.V. O 23 at West Chester O 24 at Lehigh N 3 Haverford J.V. N 11 Wilmington Wanderers N 12 Franklin & Marshall

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

N 17

(1-7) Head Coach: Edward Bardo O 16 at Rider O 25 at Ursinus O 31 Franklin & Marshall N 6 at Bucknell N 9 Stevens Tech N 12 at Temple N 15 at Dickinson N 20 at West Chester

O9 O 20 O 24 O 27 O 31 N6 N 10 N 18

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(4-3-1) Head Coach: A.C. Bowdle Temple Rider Dickinson College at Gettysburg at Stevens Tech Ursinus at Franklin & Marshall West Chester

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

1937 W 3-2 W 5-2 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 1-8 L 2-3

1934 (2-4-2) Head Coach: Edward Bardo O 19 Rider O 20 at Stevens Tech O 21 Temple O 24 West Chester N 3 Dickinson N 7 at Franklin & Marshall N 14 at East Stroudsburg

L 1-4 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 1-4

1936

1933 (3-4) Head Coach: Edward Bardo O 18 at Dickinson O 24 at Rider O 25 at Army N 1 at Temple N 8 Franklin & Marshall N 11 at West Chester N 17 at Bucknell

(2ot) T 1-1

1935

1932 (0-5-1) Head Coach: Edward Bardo O 12 West Chester L 0-3 O 19 at Army L 0-1 O 26 Temple L 0-6 N 1 at Haverford L 2-6 N 2 Dickinson T 3-3 N 12 Bucknell L 1-2

Bucknell

O8 O 12 O 16 O 20 O 23 O 28 N2 N 12 N 19

(5-1-3) Head Coach: A.C. Bowdle at Temple Rider Stevens Tech Franklin & Marshall at Dickinson Gettysburg at West Chester at Bucknell at Ursinus

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

1938 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 2-4 L 1-4 W 7-4 T 1-1 L 1-3

O 11 O 15 O 18 O 22 O 28

(5-3-2) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Temple T 1-1 Bucknell W 4-1 at Franklin & Marshall L 3-4 at Maryland L 0-3 at Rider L 0-2 40

ALL-TIME RESULTS N5 N 15 N 18 N 19 N 22

Dickinson Ursinus at Seton Hall at Stevens Tech at Gettysburg

(ot) W 3-2 T 1-1 W 4-2 W 1-0 W 3-1

1939 (4-5) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Middle Atlantic Conference South Champions O 11 at Dickinson W 6-0 O 14 at Temple L 0-1 O 20 Maryland L 0-3 O 28 Seton Hall L 1-2 N 3 at Ursinus W 3-2 N 7 at Bucknell L 1-2 N 14 Franklin & Marshall W 2-0 N 18 Stevens Tech L 1-3 N 22 Gettysburg W 2-1

1940

O 19 O 22 O 25 O 29 N1 N2 N8 N 12 N 15 N 25

(5-5) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence at Maryland Rider Temple at Western Maryland at Seton Hall at Stevens Tech Dickinson at Gettysburg Ursinus at Franklin & Marshall

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

1941 O 11 O 14 O 17 O 22 O 28 N1 N4 N8 N 12 N 15

(6-4) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Seton Hall Franklin & Marshall at Temple Western Maryland at Rider Maryland at Ursinus Stevens Tech Gettysburg at Johns Hopkins

1942

1946

(3-3-2) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Mason Dixon Conference Champions O 10 Western Maryland W 4-2 O 15 at Franklin & Marshall W 3-1 O 21 at Navy L 1-5 O 24 at Stevens Tech T 2-2 O 28 at Gettysburg L 1-3 O 30 Loyola (MD) W 2-1 N 1 at West Chester L 0-1 N 14 Johns Hopkins T 2-2

(1-7) Head Coach: Max Kurman Washington College Stevens Tech Franklin & Marshall Western Maryland Gettysburg West Chester Johns Hopkins Bucknell

1943 O 14 O 16 O 23 O 30 N6 N 13

(3-3) Head Coach: Edmund Prince West Chester at Navy J.V. at West Chester at Johns Hopkins Stevens Tech Johns Hopkins

W 6-1 L 0-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 1-3 L 0-1

1944 O7 O 11 O 21 O 28 N2 N 11 N 16

(0-5-2) Head Coach: Max Kurman West Chester Navy Haverford at West Chester at Johns Hopkins at Haverford. Johns Hopkins

L 2-4 L 1-4 L 2-3 T 2-2 L 0-6 T 1-1 L 0-3

1945 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-5 L 1-2 L 2-8 L 0-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 5-3

O 13 O 20 O 25 O 27 O 30 N3 N 15

(2-5) Head Coach: Max Kurman Haverford West Chester Johns Hopkins Gettysburg West Chester Gettysburg Johns Hopkins

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L 0-6 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-2

O 16 O 19 O 26 N1 N8 N 13 N 16 N 22

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

1947

(2-9) Head Coach: Max Kurman Salisbury State L 0-1 Stevens Tech L 1-2 Washington College L 0-2 Bucknell L 0-6 Western Maryland L 2-3 Franklin & Marshall L 2-3 Drexel L 0-5 West Chester W 5-4 Johns Hopkins W 6-2 Gettysburg L 1-3 Loyola (MD) L 0-5

1948 O 19 O 15 O 20 O 22 O 29 N3 N9 N 12 N 17 N 19

(3-6-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Stevens Tech Franklin & Marshall at Navy at Gettysburg at Washington College at Drexel Johns Hopkins at Western Maryland at West Chester Bucknell

W 2-1 L 1-4 L 0-4 T 1-1 W 3-0 L 1-2 L 1-3 W 2-1 L 0-9 L 2-7

1949 (1-8-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham O 15 Bucknell L 1-3 O 19 Western Maryland W 1-0 41

ALL-TIME RESULTS O 22 O 25 O 28 N5 N9 N 12 N 16 N 18

Temple Lehigh Franklin & Marshall Drexel La Salle Johns Hopkins West Chester Stevens Tech

L 0-3 L 3-7 L 0-4 L 0-3 L 2-4 L 2-3 L 0-1 T 1-1

1950 O 11 O 14 O 18 O 20 O 25 O 27 N1 N4 N8 N 11 N 14 N 17

(5-7) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Franklin & Marshall Temple Western Maryland Gettysburg Navy Washington College Drexel La Salle Lehigh Johns Hopkins West Chester Bucknell

L 2-4 L 2-4 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 5-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-4 L 1-2

1951 O 13 O 17 O 20 O 24 O 31 N3 N7 N 10 N 13 N 16

(5-5) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Bucknell Western Maryland Temple Lehigh Navy Drexel West Chester Johns Hopkins Washington College La Salle

W 2-1 W 5-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 0-9 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 5-0

1952 O 15 O 18 O 22 O 29 N1

(2-8) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Lehigh Temple at Gettysburg Washington College at West Chester

L 1-2 L 0-6 L 1-2 L 1-4 L 1-5

N4 N8 N 12 N 15 N 22

at Western Maryland at Drexel Franklin & Marshall Johns Hopkins Bucknell

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

1953 O 10 O 16 O 21 O 24 O 31 N3 N7 N 11 N 14

(2-7) Head Coach: Alden Burnham West Chester at Bucknell Lehigh at Temple at Washington College Western Maryland Drexel Franklin & Marshall at Johns Hopkins

L 1-7 L 1-2 W 3-1 L 1-12 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-2 W 4-3 L 1-5

1954 O 13 O 16 O 23 O 29 N2 N6 N 13 N 20

(2-6) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Muhlenberg at Franklin & Marshall Gettysburg Washington College at Lehigh at Drexel Johns Hopkins Bucknell

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

1955 O 14 O 21 O 25 O 28 N1 N5 N 11 N 16

(2-6) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Bucknell Western Maryland Lehigh at Washington College Muhlenberg Drexel at Johns Hopkins at La Salle

L 1-3 L 2-4 L 2-4 L 2-4 L 0-2 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 3-2

1956 (0-8-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham O 13 Washington College L 0-7

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O 17 O 19 O 26 O 31 N3 N7 N 10 N 17

at Lehigh at Western Maryland Washington College at Muhlenberg at Drexel at Gettysburg Johns Hopkins Bucknell

L 2-3 L 1-5 L 0-3 T 3-3 L 0-9 L 1-6 L 0-4 L 0-3

1957 O 12 O 19 O 26 O 30 N2 N6 N9 N 13 N 16

(1-8) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Bucknell at Lafayette at Washington College Muhlenberg Drexel at Temple Ursinu Western Maryland at Johns Hopkins

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

1958

O 11 O 15 O 17 O 21 O 29 N1 N5 N8 N 12

(1-7-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Bucknell Washington College Temple at Drexel at Lehigh Johns Hopkins at Muhlenberg at Ursinus at Western Maryland

W 3-2 L 1-4 L 1-6 L 2-7 L 2-6 L 0-2 T 2-2 L 1-4 L 1-4

1959 O 16 O 24 O 28 O 30 N3 N9 N 11 N 13 N 17

(2-8) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Washington College Ursinus Lehigh at Bucknell at Johns Hopkins Muhlenberg Western Maryland Saint Joseph’s at La Salle

L 2-8 W 3-1 L 0-4 L 1-4 L 0-2 W 3-0 L 1-5 L 2-3 L 1-2 42

N 21

at Temple

L 1-5

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1963

1960 O 14 O 19 O 26 O 28 N1 N5 N7 N9 N 12 N 16 N 19

(2-9) Head Coach: Eugene Watson Washington College Drexel at Lehigh Bucknell Johns Hopkins at Ursinus at Muhlenberg Western Maryland at Saint Joseph’s La Salle at Temple

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

1961

O 13 O 17 O 21 O 25 O 31 N4 N6 N8 N 11 N 15 N 18

(6-4-1) Head Coach: Eugene Watson at Washington College La Salle Ursinus Lehigh at Johns Hopkins at Bucknell Muhlenberg at Western Maryland Saint Joseph’s Franklin & Marshall Temple

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

O 12 O 16 O 20 O 24 O 27 O 30 N3 N7 N 10 N 12 N 14 N 17

O7 O 10 O 13 O 17 O 20 O 24 O 28 O 31 N7 N 10 N 17 N 20

(2-10) Head Coach: Loren Kline Lafayette Johns Hopkins at Gettysburg at Lehigh at Ursinus Saint Joseph’s Western Maryland Pa. Military College at Franklin & Marshall Washington College La Salle Bucknell

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

(7-4-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline O 5 at Washington College O 9 at Lafayette O 12 at Johns Hopkins O 15 Lehigh O 19 at Western Maryland O 23 Gettysburg O 27 at Saint Joseph’s O 30 Ursinus N 3 Franklin & Marshall N 10 at Pa. Military College N 12 Temple University of Delaware Men’s Soccer Media Guide

W 3-0 T 0-0

O4 O8 O 14 O 18 O 22 O 25 O 29 N1 N5 N9 N 12 N 18

(7-5-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline Washington College Lafayette at Lehigh Johns Hopkins at Gettysburg Saint Joseph’s at Ursinus at Franklin & Marshall at Drexel Pa. Military College at Temple La Salle Bucknell

W 2-1 W 2-0 L 0-3 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 1-2 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 0-2 T 3-3 W 2-1

1967 L 0-3 L 1-2 W 4-1 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 0-5 L 0-2 W 3-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 0-3

1965 T 1-1 L 1-3 T 1-1 L 0-3 T 1-1 T 1-1 L 1-4 L 0-7 L 1-2 W 5-2 L 0-6 L 0-2

at La Salle at Bucknell

1966

1964

1962 (1-7-4) Head Coach: Eugene Watson Washington College at Ursinus Pa. Military College at Lehigh Johns Hopkins Western Maryland Bucknell Saint Joseph’s Lafayette La Salle at Franklin & Marshall at Temple

O9 O 12 O 16 O 19 O 23 O 26 O 30 N1 N6 N9 N 12 N 16 N 20

(4-8-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Washington College at Johns Hopkins at Gettysburg Lehigh Ursinus at Bucknell at Western Maryland at Pa. Military College at Saint Joseph’s at Lafayette at La Salle Temple Franklin & Marshall

N 16 N 19

O4 O7 O 10 O 14 O 21 O 27 O 31 N4 N8 N 11 N 14 N 17

(6-4-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Washington College at Lafayette at Johns Hopkins Lehigh Gettysburg Ursinus Franklin & Marshall Drexel at Pa. Military College Temple at La Salle at Bucknell

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

1968 L 1-2 W 3-2 W 4-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 T 1-1 W 8-2 W 1-0 L 2-4 W 5-2 L 0-3

O2 O5 O8 O 11 O 15 O 18 O 25

(10-3-1, 10-2-1 MAC) Head Coach: Loren Kline NCAA Regional Participant Washington College Lafayette Johns Hopkins at Lehigh Philadelphia Textile at Gettysburg at Ursinus

W 6-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 T 0-0 W 3-0 43

ALL-TIME RESULTS N2 N6 N9 N 13 N 18 N 19 N 22

at Temple L 0-2 at Franklin &Marshall W 4-3 at Drexel W 2-0 Pa. Military College W 5-0 %Temple (4 ot) L 2-3 La Salle W 3-0 Bucknell L 0-1 % NCAA Regional Quarterfinals

1969 O4 O7 O 10 O 14 O 17 O 22 O 25 O 29 O 31 N5 N8 N 12 N 18

(8-5) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Lafayette at Johns Hopkins Lehigh Rider Gettysburg at Philadelphia Textile Ursinus at Bucknell Temple Franklin & Marshall Drexel Pa. Military College La Salle (forfeit)

1970

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

S 22 O2 O6 O9 O 13 O 16 O 23 O 26 O 30 N6

1971

1974

(8-1-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline Franklin &Marshall at Lafayette at Johns Hopkins Lehigh Rider Gettysburg at Drexel at Ursinus Temple Bucknell at Pa. Military College

(6-3-3) Head Coach: Loren Kline Elizabethtown at Franklin & Marshall Johns Hopkins at Lehigh at Rider at Gettysburg Drexel West Chester at Villanova at Bucknell Lafayette at Glassboro State

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

1972 S 23 S 29 O4 O7 O 11 O 14 O 17 O 21 O 24 O 28 N4

(6-5) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Franklin & Marshall Lafayette Johns Hopkins at Lehigh at Rider at Gettysburg Elizabethtown Drexel Ursinus at Temple Bucknell

S 18 S 28 O2 O5 O9 O 12 O 19 O 23 O 30 N2 N6 N9

W 1-0 W 7-0 T 0-0 T 0-0 L 0-1 T 3-3 W 3-1 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 1-0

1975 W 6-0 W 4-1 W 3-2 W 4-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-3 L 0-2 W 4-0 L 0-1 W 5-2

9-2-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline Middle Atlantic Conference 1973 West Champions NCAA Regional Participants (6-3-3, 2-1-2 MAC West) S 22 at Franklin & Marshall W 6-2 Head Coach: Loren Kline S 30 Ursinus W 6-1 S 19 at Elizabethtown L 1-2 O 2 Lafayette W 5-2 S 22 Frank. & Marshall (forfeit) W 1-0 O 6 Johns Hopkins W 4-0 S 28 at Lafayette T 1-1 O 9 at Lehigh W 2-0 O 3 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 O 17 at Rider W 3-2 O 3 Lehigh W 2-1 O 17 at Gettysburg T 1-1 O 10 Rider L 0-3 O 24 Drexel W 3-0 O 13 Gettysburg W 3-0 O 28 Pa. Military College W 3-1 O 20 at Drexel W 3-2 O 31 at Temple T 0-0 O 24 at West Chester L 1-2 N 7 Bucknell. W 3-0 O 27 Temple T 1-1 N 17 %Penn State L 1-2 O 31 Villanova W 4-0 N 20 #West Chester L 0-% N 3 at Bucknell T 0-0 NCAA Regional Quarterfinals # Middle Athletic Conference Championship University of Delaware Men’s Soccer Media Guide

S 27 O1 O4 O8 O 11 O 15 O 18 O 22 O 25 O 29 N1 N5 N8 N 12

(10-2-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline East Coast Conference Regular Season Tri-Champions Franklin & Marshall Johns Hopkins Lehigh Rider at Gettysburg at UMBC at Drexel at West Chester New Jersey Tech Villanova Bucknell at Lafayette Glassboro State #Rider # ECC West Playoff at Temple

W 1-0 W 2-1 T 0-0 W 4-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 T 1-1 W 3-2 W 4-0 W 7-2 L 0-1 W 4-0 W 4-2 L 0-1

1976 (10-3-2, 3-2 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline ECAC South Tournament Runners-up S 18 Elizabethtown W 3-1 S 25 at Franklin & Marshall T 1-1 S 29 at Johns Hopkins W 2-1 O 2 at Lehigh L 1-2 O 6 at Rider W 2-1 O 13 UMBC. W 1-0 44

ALL-TIME RESULTS O 16 Drexel W 3-1 O 20 at West Chester W 2-0 O 23 Saint Joseph’s W 2-1 O 27 at Villanova W 5-0 O 30 Bucknell L 0-1 N 3 Lafayette W 2-0 N 6 at Glassboro State T 0-0 N 19 #Old Dominion W 5-3 N 21 #La Salle L 1-2 # ECAC Southern Tourn. at Wm. & Mary

1977 S 21 S 24 S 28 O1 O5 O7 O 12 O 15 O 19 O 22 O 25 O 29 N2 N7 N9

(8-5-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown W 1-0 Franklin & Marshall L 3-4 Johns Hopkins W 3-2 Lehigh T 2-2 Rider W 5-2 Gettysburg W 3-0 at UMBC L 2-1 at Drexel W 2-0 West Chester T 1-1 at Saint Joseph’s L 2-3 Villanova W 5-1 at Bucknell L 0-1 at Lafayette W 4-1 Glassboro State W 3-0 at Princeton L 0-1

1978 S 20 S 23 S 27 S 30 O3 O 11 O 14 O 17 O 21 O 28 O 28 N1 N4 N8

(8-4-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline Elizabethtown Franklin & Marshall Haverford at Lehigh at Rider UMBC Drexel at West Chester Saint Joseph’s Loyola (MD) Bucknell Lafayette at Glassboro State Princeton

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

1979

S 19 S 22 S 26 S 29 O6 O 10 O 13 O 3? O 17 O 20 O 24 O 26 O 31 N3 N7

(6-7-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown Franklin & Marshall at Haverford Lehigh Towson at UMBC at Drexel Rider West Chester at Saint Joseph’s Loyola (MD) at Bucknell at Lafayette Glassboro State Princeton

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

1980

S 24 S 27 O1 O4 O8 O 11 O 14 O 18 O 22 O 25 O 29 N1 N5 N8 N 12

(5-8-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown at Franklin & Marshall Haverford at Lehigh at Rider at Towson at West Chester Drexel at Loyola (MD) Saint Joseph’s UMBC Bucknell Lafayette at Glassboro State Princeton

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

1981 S 16 S 23 S 26 S 30

(4-11) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown Glassboro State Franklin &Marshall at Haverford

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L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-1 L 2-3

O3 O7 O 10 O 13 O 17 O 21 O 24 O 28 O 31 N4 N 10

Lehigh Rider Philadelphia Textile West Chester at Drexel Loyola (MD) at Saint Joseph’s at UMBC at Bucknell at Lafayette at Princeton

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

1982

S 15 S 22 S 25 S 29 O2 O6 O9 O 12 O 16 O 20 O 23 O 27 O 30 N3 N 10 N 12

(10-5-2, 2-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline Elizabethtown L 1-2 at Glassboro State W 3-2 at Franklin &Marshall W 5-0 Haverford W 2-0 at Lehigh (ot) W 2-0 at Rider W 6-2 at Philadelphia Textile L 2-4 at West Chester W 3-1 Drexel W 3-0 at Loyola (MD) W 2-1 Saint Joseph’s W 5-0 UMBC T 1-1 Bucknell L 0-4 Lafayette (ot) L 0-1 Princeton (ot) W 2-1 #American L 1-2 # ECC Tournament at Bucknell

1983 S 14 S 21 S 24 S 28 O1 O5 O8 O 12 O 15 O 19 O 22

(9-6-1, 2-1-1 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown W 1-0 Glassboro State L 1-2 Franklin &Marshall W 4-1 at Haverford W 2-0 Lehigh (ot) L 2-3 Rider W 2-0 Philadelphia Textile L 1-3 West Chester W 2-0 at Drexel W 1-0 Loyola (MD) L 0-2 at Saint Joseph’s W 2-0 45

ALL-TIME RESULTS O 26 UMBC W 5-1 O 28 at Bucknell T 1-1 N 2 at Lafayette W 3-1 N 8 at Princeton L 1-5 N 11 #Drexel L 0-1 #East Coast Conference Tournament

N 13 N 16

#at Lafayette W 1-0 #Hofstra (8ot) L 0-1 * East Coast Conference games # East Coast Conference Tournament

S 10 S 13 S 17 S 20 S S 27 O1 O4 O8 O 11 O 14 O 18 O 21 O 25 O 29 N1 N8

S 11 S 18 S 21 S 25 S 28 O2 O5 O9 O 12 O 16 O 19 O 26 O 30 N2 N9

(6-10-1, 2-5 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Glassboro State L 1-4 Saint Joseph’s L 1-2 Elizabethtown W 1-0 *Towson (ot) W 2-1 Haverford W 3-2 at *Lehigh L 2-3 at *Rider L 1-2 at Philadelphia Textile L 0-5 at West Chester W 2-1 *Drexel L 2-3 Princeton W 3-2 at Loyola (MD) L 0-4 at Penn State L 1-3 *Bucknell W 2-1 *Lafayette L 1-2 at *Hofstra L 0-5 at Temple (ot) T 1-1 * East Coast Conference games

S7 S 14 S 17 S 21 S 24 S 27 O1 O5 O8 O 12 O 14 O 19 O 22 O 26 O 29 N2 N5

S9 S 12 S 16 S 19 S 23 S 26 S 30 O2 O4 O7 O 10 O 17 O 21 O 24 O 28 O 31 N4

(4-12-1, 1-5-1 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline Temple L 0-2 at Saint Joseph’s L 1-2 at Elizabethtown (ot) W 2-1 at *Towson L 0-1 at Haverford L 1-2 *Lehigh L 1-4 *Rider L 0-8 +at Old Dominion L 0-5 +WIlliam & Mary L 0-5 West Chester W 6-0 at *Drexel L 1-1 at La Salle L 1-2 Millersville W 4-2 at *Bucknell L 1-2 at *Lafayette L 1-5 *Hofstra W 4-1 Loyola (MD) L 0-1

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18-9, 1-6 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline Eastern W 3-0 Elizabethtown L 1-2 *Towson L 0-3 at Temple W 1-0 at *Lehigh L 0-4 at *Rider L 1-2 La Salle L 2-4 at West Chester (ot) W 2-0 *Drexel L 1-4 Haverford (ot) W 3-2 Saint Joseph’s (ot) W 2-1 at Millersville W 4-1 *Bucknell L 0-2 *Lafayette L 0-1 at *Hofstra (ot) W 3-2 at Loyola (MD) L 2-9 at Bloomsburg W 2-1 * East Coast Conference games

1989

1987

1985 (11-7, 4-3 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline Glassboro State W 4-2 at Elizabethtown W 2-1 at *Towson (ot) T 1-1 at Haverford W 2-1 *Lehigh W 2-1 *Rider W 3-0 Philadelphia Textile W 3-0 West Chester W 3-1 at *Drexel L 1-2 at Princeton L 1-4 Loyola (MD) L 0-3 at *Bucknell L 0-4 at *Lafayette W 2-1 *Hofstra W 2-0 Temple L 0-2

1988

1986

1984 (11-5, 2-1 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 12 Elizabethtown W 2-0 S 15 Saint Joseph’s. W 2-0 S 19 at Glassboro State W 1-0 S 22 Towson L 1-2 S 26 Haverford W 5-0 S 29 at Lehigh W 3-1 O 2 at Rider W 2-0 O 6 at Philadelphia Textile L 0-3 O 10 at West Chester W 1-0 O 13 Drexel W 2-0 O 24 at Loyola (MD) L 1-3 O 27 Bucknell W 2-1 O 31 Lafayette (2ot) L 0-1 N 3 at Franklin & Marshall W 1-0 N 6 Princeton W 5-2 N 15 #at Towson T 0-0 (Lost in shootout, 2-4) # East Coast Conference Tournament

* East Coast Conference games + Met-Life Classic at Old Dominion

S6 S8 S 13 S 16 S 23 S 27 S 30 O1 O4 O7 O 10 O 14 O 18 O 21 O 25 O 28 N1 N4

1989 (7-9-2, 3-3-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline Eastern W 2-0 Washington College W 4-0 Elizabethtown L 0-2 *Towson (ot) T 0-0 *Lehigh L 0-4 *Rider (forfeit) W 1-0 +Boston University L 0-3 +Massachusetts L 0-2 West Chester L 1-3 *Drexel W 1-0 Haverford L 0-1 UMBC L 1-3 Millersville W 3-1 *Bucknell L 0-2 *Lafayette L 0-6 *Hofstra (forfeit) W 1-0 Loyola (MD) (ot) T 1-1 Bloomsburg (ot) W 3-0 * East Coast Conference games 46

ALL-TIME RESULTS + Challenge Cup at Massachusetts

1990 S1 S2 S5 S 12 S 15 S 19 S 22 S 26 S 29 O3 O6 O 10 O 13 O 17 O 20 O 23 O 27 O 31 N3

(6-11-2, 0-5-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline +Virginia Military Institute L 0-1 +St. Bonaventure W 3-1 Lafayette L 0-4 Elizabethtown (ot) T 1-1 *Towson L 0-2 at Temple L 0-3 at Lehigh W 2-1 at *Rider (ot) T 3-3 at Millersville W 2-1 at West Chester W 3-2 *Drexel (ot) L 0-1 *UMBC L 0-3 Marist W 2-1 Swarthmore L 1-2 at Bloomsburg L 0-4 Bucknell L 0-2 at *Hofstra L 1-4 *Central Connecticut L 1-3 at Philadelphia Textile (ot) W 2-1 * East Coast Conference games + James Madison Invitational

N3

Philadelphia Textile L 0-2 * North Atlantic Conference games + Lehigh Tournament

1992 (2-16, 0-7 NAC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S9 Elizabethtown L 1-3 S 16 Towson L 1-4 S 20 at James Madison (7) L 0-4 S 23 at Rider L 0-5 S 25 at *New Hampshire L 0-5 S 27 at *Maine L 0-2 S 30 at West Chester L 0-4 O 3 at *Vermont L 0-1 O 5 UMBC W 1-0 O 11 *Hartford (ot) L 2-3 O 14 Millersville L 1-2 O 17 *Drexel L 1-2 O 20 Bucknell L 0-2 O 23 *Boston University (17) L 1-5 O 25 *Northeastern (ot) L 1-2 O 28 at Lafayette (ot) L 2-5 O 31 at Philadelphia Textile L 1-3 N 4 Md.-Eastern Shore W 6-1 * North Atlantic Conference games

1993

1991 S7 S8 S 11 S 18 S 21 S 25 S 28 S 29 O1 O6 O9 O 12 O 16 O 19 O 23 O 25 O 27

1991 (4-14, 1-6 NAC) Head Coach: Loren Kline +Lehigh L 2-5 +Fairleigh Dickinson L 0-2 at Elizabethtown L 0-1 at Towson L 1-3 James Madison L 0-6 Rider W 3-1 *Maine (ot) L 1-2 *New Hampshire L 1-2 West Chester W 3-1 *Vermont (ot) L 1-2 at UMBC L 1-2 at *Hartford L 1-6 Millersville L 0-1 at *Drexel L 1-2 at Bucknell W 5-1 at *Northeastern W 3-0 at *Boston University L 0-4

S4 S5 S8 S 15 S 18 S 21 S 24 S 29 O6 O 10 O 14 O 16 O 19 O 22 O 24 O 27 O 29

(2-16-1, 0-7 NAC) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky +Richmond L 0-3 +Md.-Eastern Shore W 6-0 at Elizabethtown L 0-2 at Towson L 0-5 at UMBC L 1-6 Rider (ot) L 1-2 *New Hampshire L 0-2 at Bucknell L 0-6 West Chester W 3-0 at *Hartford L 1-5 Wesley (ot) L 1-2 at *Drexel L 0-1 Millersville T 0-0 at *Boston University (15) L 0-2 at *Northeastern L 0-3 Lafayette L 0-3 Notre Dame (21) L 0-4

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O 31 *Vermont L 1-2 N 2 *Maine (at Boston, MA) L 0-1 * North Atlantic Conference games + Mount St. Mary’s Tournament

1994 (1-17, 0-7 NAC) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S7 Georgetown L 0-3 S9 +at William & Mary L 0-3 S 10 +Virginia Commonwealth L 0-3 S 14 Towson L 1-4 S 17 UMBC L 0-6 S 20 at Rider L 1-2 S 23 at *Maine L 0-5 S 25 at *New Hampshire L 1-3 S 28 Bucknell L 1-2 O 2 at West Chester L 0-1 O 8 *Vermont L 0-5 O 11 Temple W 4-2 O 14 *Drexel L 0-1 O 19 at Villanova L 3-5 O 22 at *Hartford L 1-4 O 26 Lafayette (18) L 0-2 O 28 *Northeastern L 2-4 O 30 *Boston University (2) L 0-3 * North Atlantic Conference games + William & Mary Tournament

1995

S6 S 10 S 13 S 16 S 20 S 23 S 26 S 29 O1 O6 O8 O 11 O 14 O 17 O 20

1995 (5-11-2, 1-6-2 NAC) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky at Georgetown (ot) W 3-1 Virginia Military Institute W 3-0 at *Towson L 0-2 at UMBC (ot) W 3-2 Rider L 2-4 Richmond (ot) W 1-0 at Bucknell (ot) L 1-2 at *Hartford L 0-5 at *Vermont (ot) T 1-1 *Boston University L 1-3 *Northeastern L 0-3 at Temple L 0-1 at *Drexel (ot) T 2-2 Villanova L 0-6 *Maine L 1-4 47

ALL-TIME RESULTS O 22 *New Hampshire L 1-2 O 25 Lehigh L 0-1 O 28 at *Hofstra W 4-2 * North Atlantic Conference games

1996 (9-8-1, 6-3 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky A 31 at Lehigh W 1-0 S8 +at James Madison (15) L 0-7 S 14 *Towson L 1-2 S 18 Temple W 1-0 S 25 UMBC L 0-2 S 28 at Richmond L 1-3 O 4 *Hartford W 1-0 O 6 *Vermont W 1-0 O 9 at Rider W 2-1 O 11 at *Boston University W 1-0 O 13 at *Northeastern L 1-3 O 16 Pennsylvania (ot) T 1-1 O 22 *Drexel L 1-4 O 25 at *Maine W 2-1 O 27 at *New Hampshire W 1-0 O 30 La Salle (ot) L 1-2 N 2 *Hofstra (ot) W 2-1 N 10 #Northeastern L 0-2 * America East Conference games + James Madison Tournament # America East Semifinals at Harvard

1997

S5 S6 S 10 S 17 S 21 S 24 S 27 O3 O5 O 10 O 12 O 15 O 18 O 22

(4-13-1, 1-8 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky +at Army (ot) L 1-2 +Fairleigh Dickinson L 1-2 at Navy (ot) L 1-2 James Madison (7) .L 1-2 Rider (ot) T 1-1 at La Salle W 1-0 at *Towson (ot) W 2-1 *Maine L 0-1 *New Hampshire L 1-2 at *Hartford L 1-2 at *Vermont L 0-1 at Pennsylvania L 0-1 at *Hofstra L 1-4 Lehigh W 1-0

O 24 at *Drexel L 0-1 O 29 at UMBC W 2-0 O 31 *Boston University L 3-4 N 2 *Northeastern (ot) L 1-2 * America East Conference games + Army Tournament

O 22 at *Boston University L 1-4 O 24 at *Northeastern L 0-2 O 29 *Hartford L 0-1 O 31 *Vermont L 1-3 * America East Conference games + James Madison Tournament

1998

2000

(8-9-1, 4-5 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S2 UMBC L 1-2 S5 +Howard W 2-1 S6 +Mount St. Mary’s (ot) T 1-1 S 12 at Temple (ot) W 1-0 S 16 Lafayette W 3-2 S 20 La Salle W 2-0 S 23 at *Drexel (ot) L 1-2 S 30 *Hofstra W 3-0 O 2 at *Northeastern W 2-1 O 4 at *Boston University (19) L 0-1 O 7 at Lehigh L 0-2 O 10 *Towson (ot) L 1-2 O 16 *Hartford L 1-2 O 18 *Vermont W 2-1 O 23 at *Maine (ot) L 1-2 O 27 Navy L 1-2 O 31 at Old Dominion L 0-1 * America East Conference games + Mount St. Mary’s Classic

(3-15, 1-8 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S1 at Fairleigh Dickinson L 1-3 S6 UMBC (ot) L 1-2 S8 +William & Mary L 0-9 S9 +Old Dominion L 0-4 S 13 at Temple W 2-1 S 16 at Lehigh L 1-4 S 19 at Monmouth (ot) L 1-2 S 23 at Rider L 1-2 S 29 at *Hartford L 1-4 O 1 at *Vermont L 1-2 O 7 *Towson L 0-1 O 10 Navy W 1-0 O 13 *Hofstra (ot) L 2-3 O 15 *Drexel L 0-1 O 20 at *Maine W 2-1 O 22 at *New Hampshire L 1-3 O 27 *Boston University L 1-3 O 29 *Northeastern L 0-4 * America East Conference games + William & Mary Tournament

1999 S1 S3 S5 S8 S 14 S 19 S 22 S 25 O2 O5 O8 O 10 O 15 O 17

(5-12-1, 3-6 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky Old Dominion L 2-3 +at James Madison L 0-2 + George Mason L 1-7 at UMBC L 0-2 at Lafayette (ot) W 3-2 Temple (ot) T 2-2 Lehigh (ot) W 1-0 Buffalo L 0-3 at *Towson L 3-5 at Navy L 0-2 at *Hofstra W 4-1 *Drexel L 0-1 *Maine W 2-1 *New Hampshire (ot) W 2-1

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A 31 S2 S8 S 17 S 19 S 26 S 29 O2 O5 O7 O 10 O 12 O 14

(7-11-1, 4-6-1 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky +Mount St. Mary’s (ot) W 2-1 +at UMBC L 0-3 at James Madison L 0-1 Fairleigh Dickinson L 0-2 Rider (ot) W 1-0 Monmouth W 5-2 at William & Mary L 1-3 at *Towson L 2-3 *Hartford L 0-2 *Vermont W 3-2 at Navy (ot) L 1-2 *Albany W 2-0 at *Stony Brook (ot) T 2-2 48

ALL-TIME RESULTS O 19 at *Hofstra L 1-4 O 21 at *Drexel L 0-1 O 26 *Maine W 6-0 O 28 *New Hampshire W 3-1 N 2 at *Boston University L 0-6 N 4 at *Northeastern L 0-1 * America East Conference games + UMBC/Kappa Kickoff Classic

2002 (2-12-4, 0-7-2 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S6 $Lehigh W 1-0 S8 $Lafayette L 0-2 S 17 at Rider L 0-3 S 20 Fairleigh Dickinson (ot) L 0-1 S 22 UMBC (ot) T 0-0 S 25 at Monmouth L 1-2 S 28 Howard (ot) L 2-3 O 1 Navy W 2-1 O 6 Iona (ot) T 0-0 O 13 at *Hofstra (18) L 3-4 O 15 at *Drexel L 0-2 O 18 *Old Dominion L 0-1 O 19 *William & Mary (ot) T 1-1 O 25 *Towson L 0-2 N1 at *James Madison (ot) T 0-0 N 3 at *George Mason L 0-4 N 8 *UNC Wilmington L 0-2 N 10 *Va. Commonwealth (21) L 0-3 *Colonial Athletic Association games $ Lehigh Kickoff Tournament

2003 A 29 A 31 S5 S 10 S 13 S 17 S 20 S 24 S 28 O3 O5

(4-11-5, 1-6-2 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky ^Virginia Tech L 0-2 at ^Radford W 2-1 Monmouth (ot) T 0-0 Rider W 2-0 at Mount St. Mary’s L 1-2 Lehigh L 2-5 at UMBC (ot) T 1-1 at Howard W 1-0 at Iona L 0-1 at *Va. Commonwealth L 1-3 at *UNC Wilmington L 0-1

O 10 *George Mason (ot) T 1-1 O 12 * James Madison (ot) T 1-1 O 15 at Navy (ot) T 0-0 O 19 at *Towson L 0-2 O 24 *William & Mary L 1-4 O 25 at *Old Dominion L 1-3 O 31 *Hofstra L 0-1 N 2 *Drexel W 2-0 N 4 Georgetown L 0-2 * Colonial Athletic Association games ^ Radford Tournament

O 2 at *Hofstra L 0-5 O 7 *Old Dominion (3) L 0-1 O 9 *William & Mary L 0-1 O 14 at *Virginia Commonwealth L 0-4 O 16 at *James Madison L 1-5 O 21 *George Mason L 0-1 O 23 *Towson (ot) T 3-3 O 28 at *UNC Wilmington L 1-6 O 30 at *Georgia State W 1-0 N 3 at *Drexel L 0-1 * Colonial Athletic Association games

2004

2006

(4-13-1, 1-8 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S1 at Georgetown L 1-2 S3 ^New Mexico (28) L 2-3 S5 ^La Salle (2ot) L 2-3 S8 Central Conn. State (24) W 2-1 S 15 Mount St. Mary’s W 7-2 S 18 at Monmouth L 0-1 S 21 Navy (2ot) W 1-0 O 1 at *George Mason (2ot) L 2-3 O 3 at *James Madison L 1-4 O 9 *Towson L 0-1 O 12 at Lehigh (2ot) T 1-1 O 15 *William & Mary L 0-1 O 16 * Old Dominion (2ot) L 2-3 O 22 at *Hofstra W 2-1 O 24 at *Drexel L 1-2 O 29 *Va. Commonwealth (23) L 1-2 O 31 *UNC Wilmington L 0-3 N 2 at West Virginia L 0-5 * Colonial Athletic Association games ^ VCU Tournament

(6-8-2, 4-7 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy A 25 vs %Loyola W 3-2 A 27 vs %Adelphi W 2-0 S9 at George Washington (ot) T 0-0 S 13 Navy (ot) T 1-1 S 19 Villanova L 0-2 S 22 at *Old Dominion (13) L 0-2 S 24 at *William & Mary W 2-0 S 29 *VCU L 2-3 O1 *James Madison (21) (ot) W 3-2 O 6 at *George Mason L 0-1 O 8 at *Towson L 0-1 O 13 *UNC Wilmington L 1-2 O 15 *Georgia State W 3-1 O 20 *at Northeastern L 0-1 O 22 *Hofstra L 0-2 O 26 *Drexel W 3-2 * Colonial Athletic Association games % Towson Tournament

2007

2005

S1 S7 S 11 S 16 S 18 S 21 S 27 S 30

(2-12-4, 1-8-2 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky at Villanova L 0-1 at Central Connecticut (ot) T 0-0 George Washington L 0-2 St. Mary’s (CA) (ot) T 2-2 at Mount St. Mary’s L 0-2 at Navy W 1-0 Rider L 0-1 *Northeastern (ot) T 0-0

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A 31 S2 S6 S 11 S 15 S 21 S 26 O5 O7 O 12

(3-13-2, 3-7-1 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy at Duke (4) L 1-6 at North Carolina State L 0-1 at Lehigh L 0-1 at Rutgers L 0-3 at Monmouth L 1-2 Fordham (ot) T 0-0 Saint Peter’s L 0-2 at *VCU L 0-5 at *James Madison W 1-0 *George Mason (ot) L 0-1 49

ALL-TIME RESULTS O 14 *Towson L 0-3 O 19 at *UNC Wilmington L 0-2 O 21 at *Georgia State W 2-0 O 26 *Northeastern (ot) T 1-1 N 2 *Old Dominion W 2-0 N 4 *William & Mary L 0-1 N 8 *Drexel L 0-3 * Colonial Athletic Association games

2008 (3-13-3, 2-8-1 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy A 29 at Rutgers (ot) L 1-2 S1 Marist (ot) T 2-2 S5 at Fordham L 0-1 S9 Saint Joseph’s (ot) L 2-3 S 13 at La Salle W 2-1 S 17 Monmouth L 0-2 S 21 at Rider T 2-2 S 26 *Old Dominion L 0-4 S 30 at Saint Peter (ot) L 1-2 O 4 at *James Madison L 0-1 O 8 at *Drexel L 0-1 O 11 at *Hofstra L 0-3 O 15 *George Mason W 2-1 O 18 at *William & Mary L 1-3 O 22 *Towson L 0-1 O 25 *UNC Wilmington L 1-2 O 29 at *Northeastern L 0-1 N1 *Virginia Commonwealth(ot) W 1-0 N 7 at *Georgia State L 0-5 * Colonial Athletic Association games

O 10 *Hofstra L 0-6 O 14 at *George Mason L 1-3 O 17 *William & Mary (25) (ot) L 2-3 O 21 at *Towson L 0-1 O 24 at *UNC Wilmington L 1-2 O 28 *Northeastern L 1-2 O 31 at *VCU W 2-1 N 3 *Georgia State W 4-1 * Colonial Athletic Association games % Navy Tournament

2010

S3 S5 S 10 S 15 S 21 S 28 O2 O6 O9 O 13 O 16 O 20 O 23 O 27 O 30 N 7 N 12

S1 S4 S6 S 11 S 15 S 18 S 23 S 25 S 29 O3 O7

N 11 N 13 N 17 N 20

*George Mason W 2-1 (OT) *William & Mary W 2-0 at *Towson T2-2 (2OT) at *UNCWW 2-1 (2OT) Lafayette L 0-3 at *Virginia Commonwealth L 1-3 % vs. Northeastern, 0-0 (4-3 on penalty kicks) % vs. James Madison 2-2 (5-4 on penalty kicks) % vs. Old Dominion (#18) W 2-1 $ at Virginia W 2-1 (OT) $ at ULCA (#$) L 0-1 % CAA Playoffs $ NCAA Tournament

2011

2009 (7-12, 4-7 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy at Marist vs. %UMBC at %Navy at Monmouth (24) Lehigh Rider at Saint Joseph’s at *Old Dominion La Salle *James Madison *Drexel

(6-9-3, 5-4-2 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy Canisius W 3-1 Bradley L 0-1 at Rutgers (2ot) T 2-2 Navy L 1-3 Saint Peter’s L 1-2 (2OT) at Columbia L 0-3 *Old Dominion (2ot) W 1-0 at *Northeastern L 1-3 at *James Madison (25) L 2-4 *Drexel W 2-1 at *Hofstra (2ot) T 0-0 at *George Mason (2ot) T 0-0 at *William & Mary L 1-2 *Towson W 1-0 *UNC Wilmington W 1-0 *Virginia Commonwealth W 1-0 %William & Mary (2ot) L 0-1 %CAA Playoffs

O 19 O 22 O 26 O 29 N 1 N5 N 10

L 0-1 L 1-5 W 2-0 L 0-3 L 1-5 L 1-2 W 2-0 L 0-3 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-1

A 26 S 1 S 10 S 14 S 18 S 21 S 24 S 30 O5 O9 O 12 O 16

Massachusetts W 3-0 at Seton Hall T 3-3 (2OT) at Canisius W 1-0 at Navy W 5-3 Columbia W1-0 at St. Peter’s W 4-1 *Georgia State W 1-0 at *Old Dominion (20) L 0-2 *Northeastern W 2-1 *James Madison L 2-3 (OT) at *DrexelL 1-2 (2 OT) *Hofstra W 3-2 (2OT)

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ALL-TIME HONORS All-Americans

All-Conference Selections

Harold Betts George Caruso Dave Ferrell Evans Frimpong John McLaughlin Chip Smallwood Donald Vansant Dave Whitcraft

Colonial Athletic Association Darren Christie 3rd team - 2008 1st team - 2009 Evans Frimpong 2nd Team - 2010 1st team - 2011 Roberto Gimenez 1st team - 2011 Vincent Mediate All-Rookie Team - 2010 Darren O’Connor 3rd Team - 2010, 2011 Jon Scheer 2nd Team - 2010 Sobhan Tadjalli 1st team - 2004 2nd team - 2006 Tobias Muller 3rd team - 2012

Honorable Mention - 1950 2nd team- 1978 2nd team - 1976, 1977 2nd team -- 2011 HM - 1953, 1954 HM - 1975 HM - 1950 3rd team - 1983, 1984

All-Region Selections Mike Biggs Vladimir Bohdan Bob Bunting George Caruso Darren Christie Bill Dannenberg Jair dos Santos John Dusewicz Dave Ferrell Evans Frimpong Wayne Fuhr Roberto Gimenez Jay Gorry Dick Holden John McCloskey John McLaughlin Ken Morley Darren O’Connor Harold Paxson John Petito Brad Phillips Rick Potts Dwayne Robinson Chip Smallwood Dean Steele Willard Thompson Roby Wagner Dave Whitcraft John Wieland

HM - 1968; 1st team - 1969 HM - 1957 HM, - 1957 2nd team - 1975; HM - 1976 1st team - 1977, 1978 3rd team - 2009 HM - 1972 1951 HM - 1968 1st team - 1976, 1977 1st team - 2011 2nd team - 1955 2nd team - 2011 HM - 1959 HM - 1957 HM - 1977, 1978 HM - 1953, 1954 2nd team - 1968 3rd team -2 011 HM - 1954 2nd team -1981 1st team - 1982 2nd team -1996 1st team - 1984 1st team - 1987 1st team - 1974, 1975 2nd team - 1955 HM, - 1953; 2nd team - 1954 2nd team - 1956 2nd team - 1982 1st team - 1983, 1984 HM - 1956

All-ECAC Selections Darren Christie Evans Frimpong

2nd team - 2009 2nd team - 2011

North Atlantic Conference/ECAC Brad Phillips 1996, 1997 Dan Schultz 1996 Mike Honeysett 2001 East Coast Conference Chris Bender 1975 John Berry 1978 George Caruso 1975, 1976, 1978 Alan Erickson 1974 Dale Ewing 1983 Dave Ferrell 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Rob Gerhard 1979 Scott Grzenda 1984, 1985, 1986 Tom Horn 1987 Dan Kandra 1979 Cam Livingstone 1988 Dino Mangione 1975, 1976 Jeff McBrearty 1974 John McCloskey 1975, 1978 Jim Oster 1980 John Petito 1981, 1982 Rick Potts 1984 Chip Smallwood 1974, 1975 Steve Spence 1974 Steve Spence 1974 Mike Stanford 1982 Scott Thompson 1979 Scott von Kleeck 1982 Mike Walters 1980 David Webb 1975 Dave Whitcraft 1982, 1983, 1984 Ken Whitehead 1983

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Middle Atlantic Conference Sam Allen 1960 Harold Betts 1950 Al Boyer 1968 Mike Biggs 1970 Vladimir Bohdan 1957 Bob Bunting 1957 Walt Cleaver 1969, 1970 Bill Dannenberg 1971 Robert Dempsey 1956 Bill Dodds 1971 Jair dos Santos 1951 Jon Dusewicz 1968 Wayne Fuhr 1955 Jay Gorry 1960 Gary Harding 1971 Art Haycock 1960 Edward Horney 1949 Rick Jones 1960 Jack Kinter 1950, 1951, 1952 Bob Larason 1966 George Leedom 1967 Dean Marriot 1969 Don Martin 1950 Dave Meadows 1966 Joseph Miller 1953 Ken Morley 1968 Roger Morley 1967, 1968 Jeff McBrearty 1973 Dick Murray 1949 Joe Owsley 1971 Harold Paxson 1954, 1955 Bill Regester 1952, 1954 Serge Sacharuk 1955 Terry Siegele 1971 Dean Steele 1955 Donald Vansant 1950 Roby Wagner 1955, 1956 Nelson Wilcox 1950 Terry Waltz 1969 John Zimmerman 1973 Conference Player of the Year Mike Biggs 1970 Dave Ferrell 1976, 1977 Evans Frimpong 2011 John Petito 1982 Scott Thompson 1979 Dave Whitcraft 1983

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ALL-TIME HONORS Conference Rookie of the Year

Roberto Gimenez Sobhan Tadjalli

2011 2004

Conference Tournament MVP

Vincent Mediate

2011

Major League Soccer Draft Evans Frimpong 3rd Round 2011

ALL-TIME RECORDS Coach Years Record (Pct.) O’Brien 1926 (1) 1-3-0 (.250) No Coach 1927-30 (4) 5-23-1 (.190) Edward C. Bardo 1931-35 (5) 7-24-4 (.257) A.C. Bowdle 1936-37 (2) 9-4-4 (.647) H.W. Lawrence 1938-42 (5) 23-20-4 (.532) Edmund B. Prince 1943 (1) 3-3-0 (.500) Max M. Kurman 1944-47 (4) 5-26-2 (.182) Alden H. “Whitey” Burnham 1948-59 (11) 26-84-4 (.338) P. Eugene Watson 1960-62 (3) 9-20-5 (.339) Loren E. Kline 1963-92 (30) 208-197-37 (.519) Marc Samonisky 1993-2005 (13) 56-160-22 (.281) Ian Hennessy 2006-Present (6) 42-72-18 (.386) TOTALS 85 seasons 390-625-97 All-Time Team Records All-time Games Played: 1,108 All-time Goals Scored: 1,619 Most Goals Scored, Game: 8 vs. St. Joseph’s (8-2), Oct. 27, 1965, 7 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s (7-2), Sept 15, 2004 Most Goals Scored, Season: 38, 1982 (16 games) Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal: 23, 1978-79 Most Goals Allowed, Game: 12 by Temple (12-1) Oct. 24, 1953 Most Goals Allowed, Season: 59, 1994 (18 games) Least Goals Allowed, Season: 9, 1943, 1970, 1971 Most Assists, Game: 8 vs. West Chester, Oct. 7, 1987 Most Assists, Season: 41, 1982 (16 games) Most Shots on Goal, Game (since 1985): 37 vs. Hofstra, 11/16/85 Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Game (since 1985): 33 by James Madison, 9/5/99 Most Shots on Goal, Season: 351, 1975 Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Season: 295, 1982 (17 games), 1986 (18 games), 1994 (18 games)

Most Shutouts, Season: 9, 1968, 1984 Most Shutouts Allowed, Season: 12, 1993, 2002, 2005 Most Consecutive Shutouts: 6, 1968; 1973-74 Most Consecutive Games Shutout: 6, 1992; 1993; 2005 Largest Margin of Victory: 7 vs. Franklin & Marshall (7-0 win), Sept. 28, 1974 Largest Margin of Defeat: 11 vs. Temple (12-1 loss), Oct. 24, 1953 Most Wins, Season: 11, 1985; 1984 Most Losses, Season: 17, 1994 Most Ties, Season: 5, 2003 Best Record: 8-1-2 (.818), 1971 Worst Record: 0-7 (.000), 1930 Most Consecutive Wins: 10, 1969-70 Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season: 6, 1970 Most Consecutive Games Unbeaten: 15, 1969-70 Most Consecutive Losses: 17, 1993-94 Most Consecutive Losses to Start Season: 11, 1994 Most Consecutive Ties: 3, 1937-38, 2003 Consecutive League Wins: 10, 1969-70 Consecutive League Losses: 24, 1991-95 Longest League Unbeaten Streak: 18, 1969-71 Consecutive Home Wins: 8, 1970-71 Consecutive Road Wins: 7, 1982-83 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons: 14, 1965-78 Longest Game: 169:58 vs. Hofstra, Nov. 16, 1985, 8 overtimes (East Coast Conference Championship Game - Hofstra won 1-0) Most Games Played, Season: 20, 2003 (4-11-5) Most Improved Record: 4-11 in 1981 to 10-5-1 in 1982

Most Corner Kicks, Game (since 1985): 13 vs. Bloomsburg, 11/4/89; 13 vs. Rider, 9/30/87 Most Corner Kicks Allowed, Game (since 1985): 18 by Bucknell, 10/25/86 Most Corner Kicks, Season (since 1978): 113, 2001 Most Corner Kicks Allowed, Season: 136, 1986

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ALL-TIME RECORDS All-Time Individual Records Most Games Played, Season: 20, by 6 players in 2003 Most Games Played, Career: 74, Stephen Mangat, 2000-03 Most Goals, Game: 5, Jesus “Gee” Fernandez vs. West Chester, Oct. 14, 1943 4, Sobhan Tadjalli vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, Sept 15, 2004 4, Mike Biggs vs. Washington College, 1968 4, Jeff Mc Brearty vs. Bucknell, 1972 3, Robert Ketchum vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1942 3, Bill Dannenberg vs. Temple, 10/30/1971 3, Bill Dannenberg vs. Pa. Military College, Nov. 9, 1971 3, John Petito vs. St. Joseph’s, Oct. 23, 1982 3, Dwayne Robinson vs. Millersville, Oct. 21, 1987 3, Chuck Metz vs. West Chester, Oct. 3, 1990 3, Mike Nash vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, Sept. 5, 1993 Most Goals, Season: 17, Mike Biggs, 1968; Scott Thompson, 1979 Most Goals, Season (Freshman): 11, Sobhan Tadjalli, 2004 Most Goals, Career: 47, Mike Biggs, 1968-70 Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal (since 1985): 4, Mike Nash, 1992 (twice) Most Assists, Game: 3, Cheyney Meadows vs. Bucknell, Oct. 23, 1991 3, Mark Hagerty vs. Haverford, Sept. 26, 1984 3, John Petito vs. Rider, Oct. 6, 1982 3, Tom Horn vs. West Chester, Oct. 7, 1987 Most Assists, Season: 10, Bill Steffen, 1988 Most Assists, Season (Freshman): 10, Bill Steffen, 1988 Most Assists, Career: 18, Mark Hagerty, 1983-85 Most Points, Game: 10, Gee Fernandez vs. West Chester, Oct. 14, 1943, 8, Sobhan Tadjalli vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, Sept 15, 2004 Most Points, Season: 37, Scott Thompson, 1979 Most Points, Season (Freshman): 25, Sobhan Tadjalli, 2004 Most Points, Career: 99, Mike Biggs, 1968-70 Most Shots, Game (since 1986): 11, Mike Honeysett vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, 8/31/01 Most Shots, Season (since 1972): 61, Darren Christie, 2009 Most Shots, Career (since 1972): 158, Jeff McBrearty, 1972-75 Most Goalie Minutes Played, Season: 1,788:55, Conrad Rusnak, 2008 Most Goalie Minutes Played, Career: 6,762, Kyle Haynes, 2001-2004 Most Goalie Saves, Game: 17, Dave Whitcraft vs. UMBC, Oct. 27, 1982 Most Goalie Saves, Season: 162, Dave Whitcraft, 1982 Most Goalie Saves, Career: 441, Dave Whitcraft, 1980-84 Most Shutouts, Season: 9, John Dusewicz, 1968

Most Shutouts, Career: 20, Dave Whitcraft, 1980, 82-84 Most Consecutive Shutout Minutes: 568, John Dusewicz, 1968 Fewest Goals Allowed, Season: 9, Joe Owsley, 1971 Best Save Pct., Season: .914, Chris Bender, 1975 Best Save Pct., Career: .881, John Pelin, 1977-78 Best Goals Allowed Average, Season (since 1976): 0.80, Tom Calvert, 1976 Best Goals Allowed Average, Career (since 1976): 1.03, Tom Calvert, 197677 Career Goals 1. Mike Biggs (1968-70) 2. John McCloskey (1975-78) 3. Scott Thompson (1977-79) John Petito (1978-82) 5. Jeff McBrearty (1971-74) 6. Bill Dannenberg (1970-72) John Sellers (1988-91) Scott Grzenda (1983-86) Sobhan Tadjalli (2004-07) 10. Roger Morley (1966-68)

47 35 27 27 26 23 23 23 23 18

Season Goals 1. Scott Thompson (1979) Mike Biggs (1968) 3. Mike Biggs (1970) 4. John Petito (1982) Mike Biggs (1969) 6. Bill Dannenberg (1971) 7. Bob Ketchum (1941) Dwayne Robinson (1987) Sobhan Tadjalli (2004) 9. John McCloskey (1977) John McCloskey (1976) John McCloskey (1975) Roger Morley (1967)

17 17 16 14 14 13 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

Career Assists 1. Mark Haggerty (1983-85) 2. John Petito (1978-82) 3. Bob Young (1983-85) 4. Ken Whitehead (1980-82) Chris Donahue (1973-76) Dan Keane (1998-2001) 7. John McCloskey (1975-78) Roger Morley (1966-68) 9. John Sellers (1988-91) 10. Bill Dannenberg (1970-72) Lindsay Walter (1975-77) Kevin Marsden (1977-79) Bill Steffen (1988-89)

18 16 14 13 13 13 12 12 10 10 10 10 10

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ALL-TIME RECORDS Season Assists 1. Bill Steffen (1988) 2. Bob Young (1985) 3. John Petito (1981) 4. Mark Hagerty (1983) John Petito (1982) Rob Griffith (1982) John McCloskey (1977) Roger Morley (1967) 9. By many

10 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 6

Career Points 1. Mike Biggs (1968-70) 2. John McCloskey (1975-78) 3. John Petito (1978-82) 4. Scott Thompson (1977-79) Jeff McBrearty (1971-74) 6. John Sellers (1988-91) Bill Dannenberg (1970-72) 8. Sobhan Tadjalli (2004-07) 9. Scott Grzenda (1983-86) 10. Roger Morley (1966-68)

99 82 70 59 59 56 56 54 53 48

Season Points 1. Scott Thompson (1979) 2. John Petito (1982) 3. Mike Biggs (1968) Mike Biggs (1970) 5. Mike Biggs (1969) 6. Bill Dannenberg (1971) 7. John McCloskey (1977) Roger Morley (1967) 9. Sobhan Tadjalli (2004) 10. Dwayne Robinson (1987) Dave Ferrell (1977)

37 35 34 34 31 29 27 27 25 24 24

Career Goalie Saves 1. Dave Whitcraft (1980-84) 2. Mark Puican (1989-92) 3. Kyle Haynes (2001- 2004) 4. Joaquin Hurtado (1995-98) 5. Dave Ormsby (1986-88) 6. Guy Haselmann (1982-85) 7. John Pelin (1977-78) 8. Taylor Thames (2005-2008) 9. Conrad Rusnak (2007-2010) 10. Chris Bender (1973-75) Stuart Mason (1991-93)

441 391 351 343 270 183 179 165 155 141 141

Season Goalie Saves 1. Dave Whitcraft (1982) 2. Guy Haselman (1985) 3. Mark Puican (1990) 4. Dave Ormsby (1986) 5. Denny Tracey (1970) 6. Stuart Mason (1993) 7. Mark Puican (1992) 8. Scott Stepek (1981) 9. Jon Pelin (1976) Dave Whitcraft (1980) Joaquin Hurtado (1997)

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DR. PATRICK HARKER PRESIDENT CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1983-84 University of California, Santa Barbara 1984-87 University of Pennsylvania 1986-88 University of Pennsylvania 1989 Stanford University 1987-91 University of Pennsylvania 1989-94 University of Pennsylvania 1991-92 United States White House 1991--00 University of Pennsylvania 1993-94 University of Pennsylvania 1994-96 University of Pennsylvania 1997-99 University of Pennsylvania 1999-00 University of Pennsylvania 2000-07 University of Pennsylvania 2007-Pres. University of Delaware

Asst. Professor of Geography Asst. Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School Coordinator of the Decision Sciences Ph.D. Program Visiting Scholar Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School Director, Fishman-Davidson Center for Study of Service Sector Special Asst. to the Director, FBI, White House Fellow Professor, The Wharton School Coord. Operations and Information Management Ph.D. Program Professor, Senior Fellow, The Wharton School Chairman, Dept. of Ops. & Info Man. The Wharton School Interim Dean, The Wharton School Dean and the Reliance Professor, The Wharton School President

Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering. In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance. In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research. President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012. Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.

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ERIC ZIADY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1988 Providence College 1989 Northeastern University 1989-90 Northeastern University 1991-94 Northeastern University 1994 Northeastern University 1994-98 Northeastern University 1998-04 Boston College 2004-10 Boston College 2010-12 Boston College 2012-Pres. University of Delaware

Bachelor’s Degree - Political Science Master’s Degree - Sports Management Graduate Assistant - Athletics Business Manager - Athletics Master’s Degree - Business Administration Asst. Director of Athletics - Finance & Administration Asst. Director of Athletics Associate Director of Athletics - Business Operations Senior Associate Director of Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services

Eric Ziady, who spent the previous 23 years working in the highest levels of collegiate athletics administration in the Boston area, was named the new Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware on Oct. 10, 2012. Ziady (pronounced “zee-aidy”), 47, a native of Andover, Mass., becomes just the fifth Director of Athletics at Delaware since 1940. He replaces Bernard Muir, who left UD in July, 2012 after three years at the helm to become Director of Athletics at Stanford University. “We’re so glad that Eric is joining UD as our new athletic director,” said UD President Patrick Harker in announcing Ziady’s hiring. “He’s wholly committed to students’ academic and athletic success. He’s an incredibly strong financial administrator and a proven revenue-generator. He understands the conference landscape, and can help us navigate through the issues of conference alignment. And he absolutely shares our most fundamental goal: to educate student-athletes who will lead in competition, in the classroom and in the community.” Ziady arrives at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Delaware’s current Colonial Athletic Association and former America East conference rival Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. He heads a University of Delaware athletics and recreation services department that sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports, including 13 women’s sports. Delaware captured three Colonial Athletic Association team titles a year ago, had three teams post first round wins in the NCAA Tournament, and finished second among CAA schools in the NCAA Division I National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Directors’ Cup standings. A vibrant recreation services department sponsors over 30 club sports and over 30 intramural programs. “I am humbled and proud to accept the offer to become the University of Delaware’s next director of athletics,” said Ziady. “I understand the rich history and tradition of Delaware athletics and I can’t wait to work with this fine group of coaches, administrators, and staff as we go forward in the years ahead and build upon that great legacy. We are excited to settle our family in the Newark community and build the next chapter of our lives as part of the Delaware family.” At Atlantic Coast Conference member Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). In 2010 Ziady negotiated the six-year, multi-million dollar sponsorship agreement with Under Armour that outfitted all 31 Eagle sport programs and provided financial support for the department. The sponsorship was the largest in the history of BC Athletics. Delaware also holds a sponsorship agreement with Under Armour. Ziady most recently served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. “Eric Ziady is one of the finest athletics administrators I’ve ever been around,” said Gene DeFilippo, Boston College director of athletics from 1997 until 2012. “He is incredibly bright and enthusiastic and was an integral part of our management team at Boston College. Within a very short period of time, everyone in the Delaware athletics community will realize what a great selection the University has made. We are all very excited for Eric and his family.” A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster and support groups. In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference (now America East) and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city. “We are excited about having Eric join the University of Delaware athletics family,” said Blue Hen women’s basketball head coach Tina Martin. “He has the right kind of mindset to lead Delaware at a very exciting time. I’m looking forward to working with him for many years to come.” Ziady and his wife, Lauren, have three children, Matthew (5), Lindsey (4), and Courtney (2). Lauren recently earned her PhD in counseling psychology from Northeastern University.

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES DELAWARE MINI-STADIUM Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Outdoor Track & Field

The University of Delaware Mini-Stadium, located just east of the Delaware Stadium, includes fields for soccer and and a quarter-mile all-weather track. The Mini-Stadium is currently undergoing extensive renovations with the installation of a new all-weather track. During the summer of 2000, the Mini-Stadium saw the installation of a new natural grass (Bluegrass) playing surface with a drainage and irrigation system, and television quality light standards. During the summer of 2011, Delaware Mini-Stadium got another facelift. The previous surface, a Rye/Fuscue, mix was replaced with Bermuda grass, making Delaware MiniStadium one of the premier natural fields in the Colonial Athletic Association.

DELAWARE STADIUM Football, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Lacrosse

Built in 1952, Delaware Stadium (Tubby Raymond Field) featured a grass surface until February 2010 when an artificial FieldTurf surface was installed. The stadium seats 22,000, giving Delaware the largest playing facility for lacrosse in the CAA and among the largest in the nation. Prior to the 2000 season, eight poles of permanent broadcast-quality lights were installed by Musco Lighting. In addition, the South End Zone bleachers were also replaced. A new 40 x 34-foot scoreboard, including a 40 x 16 video screen, was installed prior to the 2008 football season and is located at the North end of Delaware Stadium. Live video play-by-play action, replays, and features are shown throughout football, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse games.

BOB HANNAH STADIUM Baseball

Formerly called Delaware Diamond, Bob Hannah Stadium is the home of the Blue Hen Baseball team. The stadium was renamed in May 2000 in honor of longtime baseball coach Bob Hannah, who announced his retirement after a legendary 36-year career. Features of the stadium include an enclosed press box, an outdoor batting cage, and banners on the outfield fence signifying Delaware’s numerous conference titles and NCAA appearances. The field dimensions are 330 down the left and rightfield lines and 400 to center field while the stadium seats 1,300. Major renovations to the facility will be made prior to the 2014 season including installation of artificial turf, new dugouts and bullpens, batting cages, a seating berm, updated stadium fencing and storage capacity.

SOFTBALL STADIUM The stadium includes seating for approximately 500, a dirt infield, and dugouts. Prior to the 2010 season, the stadium underwent renovations to include new bleachers, a press box, new scoreboard, and batting cages.

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES BOB CARPENTER CENTER Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball

The Bob Carpenter Center, named in honor of longtime University board of trustee member, athletic benefactor, and former Philadelphia Phillies owner R.R.M. “Bob” Carpenter Jr. who died in 1990, serves as home for the University’s basketball and volleyball programs as well as a site for a wide variety of other events such as convocations, concerts, and banquets. Special features of the facility are a 120-person football locker room, men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, administrative offices, the state-of-the-art Chuck Hall Memorial Weight Room, and athletic training rooms. The BCC also includes a comfortable glass-walled reception lounge area with views into Delaware Stadium and to the Acierno Arena; and a scoreboard with a color video message center. The BCC served as host to the First and Second Rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

RULLO STADIUM

Field Hockey

This state-of-the-art stadium was dedicated on September 18, 1998. Its construction was made possible, in part, by the generous donation of one UD alumnus: Fred P. Rullo Jr., AS ‘63, a former baseball and football letterwinner, and his wife, Madeleine. Rullo Stadium features an artificial turf surface (Astro Turf-12 surface installed in 2008) covering 122,928 square feet (2.82 acres) permits a full-sized game field for all applicable sports as well as two side-by-side practice areas running across the field. There is bleacher seating for approximately 2,000 fans, lights, a press box, a multi-sport scoreboard and blacktopped parking behind the bleachers.

Rawstrom Natatorium Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

The Harry W. Rawstrom Natatorium in Carpenter Sports Building has served as home for the University of Delaware men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams for over nearly 50 years. Rawstrom Natatorium is named in honor of Harry W. Rawstrom, who served as head coach of the Blue Hen men’s swimming and diving team from 1946 until 1981. A member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame and Delaware Sports Hall of Fame, Rawstrom passed away in 1994. The pool was dedicated and named in his honor in 1991. The 15,000-square foot natatorium includes a 25-yard pool, a diving well with 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform boards, seating for approximately 700 fans, school and pool record boards, an electrical timing scoreboard and offices.

DELAWARE FIELD HOUSE Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Indoor Practice Facility

The Delaware Field House was constructed in 1966 and is the site of the home outdoor courts for the Women’s and Men’s Tennis teams in addition to locker rooms, athletic offices and an athletic training room. The facility was the home of Blue Hen basketball until the completion of the Bob Carpenter Center. Following the summer of 2013, the Delaware Field House will be transformed into a first-class indoor practice facility with an artificial turf surface; and the total resurfacing of two natural grass soccer practice fields that are also used for summer youth camps.

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WHAT’S A BLUE HEN? The University of Delaware’s athletic teams are proud to have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – “The Fightin’ Blue Hens.” It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused themselves by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular form of amusement, and the “Blue Hens’ Chickens” quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Captain Caldwell’s company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as “the Blue Hen Chicken” company. One version of the story states that Caldwell’s company rushed into battle screaming “We’re sons of the Blue Hen and we’re game to the end!” Captain Caldwell’s company was part of Col. John Haslet’s first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as “The Fighting Delawares,” Haslet’s regiment also won the sobriquet, “The Blue Hen Chickens,” which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the “Blue Hen Chicken” was named the official state bird. The University of Delaware’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm in Newark. The UD mascot, YoUDee, made his debut in September 1993. YoUDee stands 6-foot, 8-inches tall with a 6-1 wing-span and size 28FF sneakers. Another mascot, the pint-sized Baby Blue, was introduced during the 1999-2000 athletic season. YoUDee is a familiar figure at most University of Delaware athletics events and makes numerous appearances on campus and throughout the community each year.

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NOTABLE BLUE HENS Since its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary and Yale anre the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base.

Page Kennedy ............. Actor, Desperate Housewives/Weeds Michael F. Koehler ................................. CEO, Teradata Mike Koplove ............2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ........................................ Raven of the WWE Charles Lewis.................................... MacArthur Fellow

The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors, a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts have also been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers.

Thomas McKean ..............Signer, Declaration of Independence

In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and award-winning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Tom Mees ................................... Original ESPN Anchor

Steve Mosko ........................ President, Sony Television

Kurt Akeley .................. Principal Researcher, Microsoft

Daniel Nathans.............................. Nobel Prize Winner

John L. Anderson............President of Illinois Institute of Tech.

Adam Osborne................................. Computer Pioneer

Susan Barnett ..........Emmy-winning Anchor/Journalist

Jeff Pearlman ................................... Sports Journalist

Joe Biden.................Vice President of the United States

Larry Probst...............Chairman, United States Olympic

Jill Tracy Biden ........... Professor of English at Northern

Committee; Executive Chairman, Entertainment Arts

Virginia Community College;

Joe & Jill Biden

Second Lady of the United States of America

Dave Raymond ......................Original Phillie Phanatic; Owner Raymond Entertainment Group

Scott Brunner ........................ Former NFL Quarterback

George Read ........Signer, Declaration of Independence

Thomas Carper ........................... United States Senator

Ömer Sabanci ............................. Turkish businessman

Bob Carpenter Jr. ............Former Owner, Phila. Phillies

Alex Smith .......................Professional Lacrosse Player

David L. Chicoine ...........President of S. Dakota St. Univ.

James Smith ....... Signer, Declaration of Independence

Chris Christie................................New Jersey Governor

LizAnn Sonders ........Chief Invest. Strategist, C. Schwab

John P. Costas .................... CEO, UBS Investment Bank Elena Delle Donne ...................................WNBA Player

Kevin Mench ..................................Former MLB Player Robin Miller .................................. Host, Food Network

Mike Adams ...................... NFL Safety, Denver Broncos

Richard Dean ............................ Fashion Photographer

Louis McLane ...................................Secretary of State

Leonard Stark ............................ Current Judge for the Joe Flacco

Tom Mees

U.S. District Court, Delaware Susan Stroman................................Tony Award-winner

Pat Devlin ............... NFL Quarterback, Miami Dolphins

Ivory Sully ......................................Former NFL Player

Dave DeWalt ..................................... CEO McAfee, Inc.

Mark Swinger ................................... Pilot, Blue Angels

John Elias ............Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology

Peter Thejll ................Astrophysicist and climate expert

Joe Flacco......... Baltimore Ravens QB; Super Bowl MVP

George Thorogood.......................................... Musician

Yvette Freeman .......................................... Actress, ER

Dilshad Vadsaria .............................................. Actress

Rich Gannon ......... 2002 NFL MVP; current NFL Analyst Bryan Gordon .....................Emmy-nominated director,

Susan Stroman

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

Lodewijk van den Berg ...............Astronaut, Challenger James W. Wagner .................. President of Emory Univ. John Wallace .........................Former Associate Justice,

Robert Gore..................................... Inventor, Gore-Tex

New Jersey Supreme Court

Gino Gradkowski ..............Baltimore Ravens Guard/Center

Wayne Westerman ..............Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Tech.

Dallas Green ........Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies

Marna Whittington ...................... Director, Macy’s, Inc.

Scott Green ...........................Referee, Super Bowl XLIV

Vic Willis ........National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Steve Harris ........Emmy-nominated Actor, The Practice Jacqueline Jones..................MacArthur Fellow Larry Probst

Elena Delle Donne

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE History The University of Delaware, a state assisted institution, is a Land Grant, Sea Grant, Space Grant, Carnegie Research University (very high research activity). UD has origins dating to 1743 when a petition by the Presbytery of Lewes, Delaware, expressed the need for educated clergy led distinguished Colonial scholar, Rev. Dr. Francis Alison, to open a small school in New London, Pa., in 1743. By 1765, the school had been moved to Newark, where in 1769 it received a charter as the Academy of Newark from Thomas and Richard Penn. New Ark College opened as a degree-granting institution in 1834 and the Academy was merged with it. The institution was renamed Delaware College in 1843 and then closed in 1859 because of financial problems. Funds provided by the Morrill LandGrant College Act of 1862 led to its reopening in 1870. The Women’s College was opened in 1914. In 1921, the two colleges – Delaware College and the Women’s College – merged and became the University of Delaware. LOCATION Our location in Newark, Del., provides a comfortable small town college atmosphere. Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000, is midway between New York City and Washington, D.C., and in close proximity to both Philadelphia and Baltimore. The campus is only minutes from Interstate 95 in one of the most heavily populated corridors in the country, and the University is an active participant in a state that is one of the nation’s top corporate centers. CAMPUS The quality of education at the University of Delaware is enhanced by its Newark campus, a 1,000-acre tract featuring stately elm trees and Georgian architecture that gives the University its picturesque and traditional atmosphere. The Delaware campus is one combining beauty and function – an ideal learning environment. Sixteen University buildings are listed on the National Register of Historical Places. At the University of Delaware you learn, but you learn about more than books – you learn about life. Interacting within the diverse 16,000 undergraduate student population provides growth for the total person. Institutional Accreditation The University of Delaware has been continuously accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education since that association’s inception in 1921. The University’s accreditation was reaffirmed in 2011 and its next self-study evaluation is scheduled for 2016. The regional, national and specialized accrediting organizations that accredit UD’s programs and degrees appear at the end of this book. Enrollment Fall 2012 enrollment totals 21,856 which include 17,484 undergraduates, 3,654 graduate students, and 718 professional and continuing studies students. 16,639 (95%) of undergraduate and 2,816 (77%) of graduate students are enrolled on a full-time basis. é With eight distinct undergraduate colleges offering 124 degree programs from which to choose, Delaware allows study in everything from accounting to agriculture, English to engineering, philosophy to physical therapy.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE UD offers 3 associate’s programs, 146 bachelor’s programs, 119 master’s programs (with 15 joint degrees offered within), and 58 doctoral programs. Students and graduates are exposed to many research and internship opportunities just minutes from campus at major corporations such as the Bank of America, DuPont Co., Hercules, ICI Americas Inc., Morgan Bank, Chase Manhattan, and a host of others. In addition, more than 700 companies regularly recruit employees from the University’s graduating senior class, putting the University of Delaware among the top schools in the Mid-Atlantic area for career placement. Distinguished Faculty UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science. UD has more than 100 endowed professorships, honoring distinguished teachers and scholars recognized by their peers on campus, across the nation and around the world. Global Perspective A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in study-abroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s study-abroad program as a model. Stellar Scholars UD attracts talented, accomplished students and cultivates an environment in which they thrive. The University has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected. In 2012, junior chemical and biomolecular engineering major Alexandra Bayles won the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, one of 282 awarded nationwide to students who show exceptional promise in science, technology, engineering and math. Commitment to Community Service In 2012, UD was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction; it was the fifth-straight year that UD was named to the honor roll, and the third time the University earned the even more elite “with distinction” designation. The honor roll is the highest federal recognition for volunteering, service learning and civic engagement. Susan Serra, Office of Service Learning coordinator at UD, said the selection is a tribute to the University. “It’s gratifying to have UD recognized for the outstanding work our faculty and students are doing in reaching out to the community.” More than 12,000 students—over half of UD’s student population—donated 140,000 hours to community service projects in 2010–11, from teaching opera to middle school students, to developing computer databases for the Food Bank of Delaware. The Spirit of Delaware UD’s spirit teams regularly take top honors in national competition. YoUDee, the Fightin’ Blue Hens mascot and a member of the Mascot Hall of Fame, clinched the 2012 Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) national championship in Orlando, Florida—its second-straight championship, and its fourth in 11 years. UD’s cheerleading squad finished second in the UCA Division I championships, and the dance team, also Division I, took second place in the hip-hop finals. The highly regarded UD Marching Band is 300 members strong and performs championship-caliber halftime shows at football games.

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DATE Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 6 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Oct. 1 *Oct. 9 *Oct. 13 *Oct. 16 *Oct. 19 Oct 23 *Oct. 30 *Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 14-16

OPPONENT UNLV SEATTLE MANHATTAN at Seton Hall ST. BONAVENTURE TEMPLE at St. Peter’s at Iona at UMBC at James Madison COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON at Northeatern DREXEL HOWARD WILLIAM & MARY at Hofstra CAA Quaterfinals CAA Semifinals/Finals

TIME 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA


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