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2013 Aces Soccer Schedule Date Aug. 23 Aug. 25

Opponent Belmont (Exhibition) Indianapolis (Exhibition)

Aug. 30 Sept. 1

Massachusetts New Hampshire

Location Nashville, Tenn. Evansville, Ind.

Bradley Tournament Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill.

Time 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:30 PM 10:30 AM

Bearcat Soccer Classic Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio

5:00 PM 2:30 PM

Evansville, Ind. Evansville, Ind.

7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sept. 6 Sept. 1

Northern Illinois Massachusetts

Sept. 11 Sept. 14

Saint Louis Georgia State

Sept. 20 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 22

ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic Eastern Illinois vs. Green Bay Evansville, Ind. NJIT Evansville, Ind. Green Bay vs. NJIT Evansville, Ind. Eastern Illinois Evansville, Ind.

5:00 PM 7:30 PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM

Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 29 Nov. 2 Nov. 9

Butler Drake* Kentucky Loyola* Missouri State* Indiana Central Arkansas* Lipscomb SIU Edwardsville* Bradley*

7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM

Evansville, Ind. Evansville, Ind. Lexington, Ky. Chicago, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Conway, Ark. Nashville, Tenn. Edwardsville, Ill. Evansville, Ind.

Nov. 13-17 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament

Home matches in bold and played at Arad McCutchan Stadium * Missouri Valley Conference match All times are Central and subject to change

Peoria Ill.

Quick Facts GENERAL INFORMATION

Table of Contents Quick Facts/Table of Contents.........................................................1

Name.......................................................................University of Evansville This is Aces Soccer.....................................................................2-21 Enrollment..........................................................................................2,822 From Coach Jacobs....................................................................2 Founded..............................................................................................1854 Fantastic Fan Support.................................................................3 Nickname...................................................................................Purple Aces A Tradition of Excellence.........................................................4-7 Colors........................................................................ Purple, White, Orange UE Soccer Time Line................................................................8-9 Conference.........................................................Missouri Valley Conference President..........................................................................Dr. Thomas Kazee Top Competition.................................................................10-11 Director of Athletics..................................................................John Stanley McCutchan Stadium............................................................12-13 Faculty Representative.......................................................... Dr. Mark Davis In the Community...............................................................14-15 Athletics Website...................................................www.GoPurpleAces.com Media Coverage..................................................................16-17 Ticket Office Phone.....................................................812-488-ACES (2237)

SOCCER FACILITY

Home Facility......................Black Beauty Field at Arad McCutchan Stadium Capacity..............................................................................................2,500 Opened...............................................................1984 / Renovated in 2000 Surface.................................................................................... Natural Grass

2012 IN REVIEW

Overall Record.....................................................................................9-8-1 MVC Record.........................................................................................3-2-1 MVC Finish........................................................................................... T-3rd Home...................................................................................................6-3-0 Away....................................................................................................3-4-1 Neutral.................................................................................................0-1-0

PROGRAM HISTORY

The City of Evansville..........................................................18-19 The University of Evansville................................................20-21 2013 Roster.................................................................................22 Season Preview............................................................................23 Head Coach Mike Jacobs.........................................................24-25 Associate Head Coach Marshall Ray.............................................26 Coaching Staff..............................................................................27 Returning Player Profiles........................................................28-47 Newcomer Profiles..................................................................48-51 2012 Season in Review................................................................52 All-Time Lettermen..................................................................53-54 Honors and Awards.................................................................55-57 Program Records.....................................................................58-59 Year-by-Year Results................................................................60-65

First Year of Soccer.................................................................... 1974 All-Time Record.................................................... 413-295-62 (.577) First Year in MVC....................................................................... 1994 All-Time MVC Record...................................................55-75-7 (.427) MVC Tournament Championships........................................1 (1996) NCAA Postseason Appearances..................................................... 11 ............................. 1982, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘96

2013 TEAM INFORMATION

Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................................... 18/6 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................................. 10/1 Newcomers..................................................................................... 9 Head Coach................................................Mike Jacobs (8th season) Overall Record/Years........................................ 90-101-12 (11 years) Record at UE/Years..................................................61-61-7 (7 years)

UE SPORTS INFORMATION

Asst. Sports Info. Director/Men’s Soccer Contact...............Dustin Hall Office Phone.............................................................. 812-488-1152 Cell Phone................................................................. 812-664-7787 Email............................................................. dh207@evansville.edu Mailing Address................................................................................. UE Sports Information 1800 Lincoln Avenue Evansville, IN 47722

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FROM COACH JACOBS This is a great time to explore the University of Evansville, which offers a truly unique combination of commitment to excellence and tradition both on the soccer field and in the classroom. The University of Evansville is recognized among the top Division I programs in the nation, having been a regular participant in the NCAA Tournament, a Final Four team in both 1985 and 1990, and a team that has been ranked number 1 in the country on several occasions. The University of Evansville is consistently one of the only teams in the country that are ranked nationally in the polls, achieve a team GPA of 3.0 or higher, and rank in the top 40 nationally in attendance. UE soccer players receive an experience that transcends sport -- the chance to compete with and against the best players and teams in the nation, to compete in a stadium with fans that rate among the finest in college soccer, the opportunity to get a degree that is highly valued, and the potential to develop into a leader among your peers. We are very proud of our past, present and future at the University of Evansville, and hope that our recruiting yearbook can offer you insight into what our program is like behind the scenes. Yours In Soccer,

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11 NCAA Tournament Appearances 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996

2 NCAA FINAL FOUR Appearances 1985 & 1990

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A Tradition of Excellence

14 All-Americans

John Nunes 1982

Mike Mikes 1985, 1986

Mick Lyon 1987

Rob Paterson 1989 Player of the Year

Scott Cannon 1990

Trey Harrington 1990, 1992

David Weir 1990

Graham Merryweather 1991

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30 National Team Players

Alec Dufty

Troy Perkins

David Weir

76 Professional Players

Marc Burch

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25 Academic All-Americans

Pedro Delgado

Jason Pele

Mike Luttrull

4 NSCAA Team Academic Awards 2007

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2012

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1970s

1974 - Bill Vieth becomes the first head coach in program history.

1986 - The Aces are ranked #1 for the second-straight season. - UE reaches the NCAA Tournament for the third-straight year, falling to Akron, 2-1, in the opening round. - McHugh finishes his career as UE’s all-time scoring leader, notching 133 points on 46 goals and 41 assists. - Mikes is named a second team All-American. 1987 - UE wins its first MCC Tournament title, defeating St. Louis, 2-1. - The Aces make their fourth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance, falling, 2-1, to Clemson in the first round. - Mick Lyon is named a second team All-American

Bill Vieth 1976 - Gerard Homer represents his native Trinidad and Tobago in the Olympic Games in Montreal. 1977 - Bob Gaudin is hired as the second UE head coach. - Papa Jobe scores four goals in a single game to establish a program record that still stands.

1979 - Fred Schmalz is hired as the third head coach at UE.

1980s

1982 - John Nunes sets the UE career mark by scoring 50 goals in his four-year career, including 21 game-winners. - Nunes and Just Jensen become the first Aces to earn All-America honors, earning second team accolades. - UE reaches the NCAA Tournament for the first time, losing in the first round to Indiana, 1-0.

Mick Lyon 1988 - UE reaches the NCAA Tournament for the fifth-straight year, falling to Fresno St., 2-1, in the first round. - Jon Halliwill finishes his four-year career by allowing only 42 goals with 34 shutouts, both UE records. 1989 - UE wins the MCC Tournament championship by defeating St. Louis, 4-1, in the title game. - Rob Paterson is named National Player of the Year and a first team All-American after leading the NCAA with 27 goals on the season.

John Nunes 1984 - The Aces win their first NCAA Tournament game, defeating Akron, 3-2, to advance to the second round. 1985 - UE is ranked #1 in the nation for the first time. - The Aces advance to the NCAA Final Four, eventually falling to UCLA, 3-1. - The Aces finish 21-1-2 and set single-season records for goals in a season (93) and goals in a game (15). - Mike Mikes, Andrew Norton and Dan McHugh are named third team All-Americans.

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Rob Paterson

1990s

1990 - The Aces are ranked #1 in the nation for the third time. - UE claims the MCC regular-season championship and MCC Tournament title. - The Aces advance to the NCAA Final Four, establishing

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ue soccer time line a program record with 24 wins, including a 20-game winning streak, before falling to Rutgers, 1-0. - David Weir finishes his career with 50 goals and 29 assists, after leading the nation with 24 goals and earning first team All-American honors. - Scott Cannon and Trey Harrington join Weir as first team All-Americans. - Harrington sets a UE record by allowing just seven goals all season for a 0.26 GAA, a mark that ranks fourth in NCAA history.

1998 - David Weir represents Scotland at the 1998 World Cup, becoming the first American collegiate player to appear for a European country in a World Cup match.

2000s

2002 - Fred Schmalz retires after 24 years as the head coach of the Aces with an overall record of 302-165-49.

Fred Schmalz Trey Harrington

2003 - Dave Golan becomes the fourth head coach at UE.

1991 - UE wins the MCC regular-season and MCC Tournament titles for the second-straight season. - The Aces reach the NCAA Tournament and fall to Wisconsin, 1-0, in the opening round. - Graham Merryweather is named a first team All-American and academic All-America. - UE’s home unbeaten streak is snapped at 36 games, a streak that began in the 1987 season.

2004 - Corey Southers sets the single-season record for saves, racking up 118.

1992 - UE claims the MCC regular-season crown. - The Aces advance to the NCAA Tournament, before falling to Indiana ,4-1, in the opening round. - Harrington represents the United States on the U-23 Olympic Team.

2008 - Team earns adidas/NSCAA Team Academic Award for second-straight season. - Alec Dufty represents the United States at the U-20 National Team training camp.

1996 - The Aces win their first MVC Tournament title, defeating Creighton, 3-2, in the championship match. - UE returns to the NCAA Tournament and falls to Indiana, 4-1, in the opening round. - Shawn Beyer is named a third team All-American.

2006 - Mike Jacobs is hired as the fifth Aces’ head coach. - Kieran Purcell represents his native New Zealand at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada. 2007 - Aces earn adidas/NSCAA Team Academic Award

2009 - Aces advance to MVC title match, falling to Drake, 2-1. - Squad earns adidas/NSCAA Team Academic Award for third-consecutive year. - UE hosts Fox Soccer Channel’s National Game of the Week vs. Drake, marking the first nationally televised sporting event on campus. - Mike Luttrull and Robby Lynch are named academic All-Americans. 2012 - UE earns adidas/NSCAA Team Academic Award - The Aces lose final game of the regular season to Creighton, 2-1, in a match for the MVC regular-season title.

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This is aces soccer In addition to participating in countless community organizations, the Purple Aces have started a number of programs to help connect Aces Soccer with their supporters. The Aces have been actively involved with programs such as: • Habitat for Humanity • Kick for the Cure • Kick The Cold, Give A Coat • Aces Soccer Camp • Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds • ProRehab Score with the Aces Reading Program

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IN THE COMMUNITY

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@AcesSoccer Purple Aces Soccer @AcesSoccer Purple_Aces_Soccer

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THE CITY OF EVANSVILLE

INDIANA’S 3RD LARGEST CITY --- FOUNDED IN 1812 ON THE BANKS OF THE OHIO RIVER ---

» Metropolitan population of over 358,000 » Within 150 miles of Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis and Indianapolis » Strong business community that offers valuable internships and co-op experiences » Corporate headquarters in the “River City” include: Accuride, Atlas Van Lines, Berry Plastics, Mead Johnson, Old National Bank, Vectren and Springleaf Financial » Named an “All-America City” by the National Civic League in 2004 » Voted best city “to live, work and play” by the readers of Kiplinger in 2008 » Home to the Fall Festival, the 2nd largest street festival in the United States behind only Mardi Gras. » Home to two professional sports team, the Evansville Otters (baseball) and the Evansville IceMen (hockey). » Home to historic Bosse Field, the 3rd oldest professional ballpark still in use.

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This is aces soccer » RANKED AMONG THE “BEST SCHOOLS IN THE MIDWEST” BY U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT » 13-TO-1 STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO » OVER 80 DIFFERENT MAJORS AND AREAS OF STUDY » 92% OF THE CLASS OF 2012 WAS EMPLOYED OR IN GRADUATE SCHOOL WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF GRADUATION » 42 STATES AND 46 COUNTRIES ARE REPRESENTED ON CAMPUS » 85% OF FACULTY HOLD THEIR DOCTORATE OR TERMINAL DEGREE AND ALL CLASSES ARE TAUGHT BY PROFESSORS. THERE ARE NO GRADUATE ASSISTANTS TEACHING ANY CLASSES. » 95% OF FULL-TIME STUDENTS RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS, WITH AN AVERAGE PACKAGE OF $24,700 » AVERAGE CLASS SIZE IS 18 STUDENTS

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THE UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE

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This is aces soccer NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Erik Hagan Brandon Causey Nate Opperman Charlie Macias Ryan Coates Joel Nash Mark Anthony Gonzalez Nick Schroeder Dylan Terry Luis Romero Faik Hajderovic Patrick Hodges Peter May Alex Kapsalis Joel Craig Vince DiPrimio Kevin Schafer Eric Teppen Ryan Koenig Felipe Cortez Nick Lewis Landon Souder Jared Robinson Tyrus Sciarra Kyle Richardville Matthew Hand Jacob Hill

Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Director of Soccer Operations: Assistant Coach:

Pos.

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6-7 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-8 5-7 6-0 6-5 6-1 5-5 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-4 5-9 5-6 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-1 6-1

Wt.

180 170 170 150 150 150 175 180 165 150 145 160 175 165 175 165 170 200 145 140 155 170 170 175 150 195 165

BY CLASS

BY POSITION

Goalkeepers...................... 2 Defenders......................... 7 Midfielders..................... 12 Forwards........................... 6

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

Hometown/Previous School

Louisville, Ky./J.M. Atherton Prospect, Ky./North Oldham Olathe, Kan./Olathe South Westerville, Ohio/ St. Charles Prep Springboro, Ohio/Springboro Birmingham, Ala./Learning Community Int’l Toronto, Canada/Robert F. Hall Catholic Brighton, Mich./Brighton Louisville, Ky./Male Louisville, Ky./Male St. Louis, Mo./Mehlville Evansville, Ind./Harrison Bowling Green, Ky./Bowling Green Fishers, Ind./Fishers Sunbury, Ohio/Big Walnut Bloomington, Ind./Bloomington North Albuquerque, N.M./Shattuck-St. Mary’s Evansville, Ind./Harrison Tempe, Ariz./Corona del Sol Beach Park, Ill./Robert Morris - Illinois Beaverton, Ore./Beaverton Harrodsburg, Ky./Mercer County Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty Walton, Ky./Ryle Vincennes, Ind./Lincoln Auckland, New Zealand/Univ. of the Cumberlands Mount Sterling, Ky./Montgomery County

Mike Jacobs (8th season, Pace, 1993) Marshall Ray (8th season, Evansville, 2000) Mike Pereira (3rd season, UNC Asheville, 2008) Shaun Soderling (1st season, Vincennes, 2004) Dan Gibson (1st season, Evansville, 2010)

Roster Breakdown Seniors.............................. 3 Juniors............................ 10 Sophomores..................... 7 Freshmen.......................... 7

Yr.

BY LOCATION

Kentucky........................... 8 Indiana............................. 5 Ohio.................................. 4 Alabama............................ 1 Arizona.............................. 1 Canada.............................. 1 Illinois............................... 1 Kansas............................... 1 Michigan........................... 1 Missouri............................ 1 New Mexico...................... 1 New Zealand..................... 1 Oregon.............................. 1

PRonunciation Guide PLAYERS

Vince DiPrimio.............................................. Di PRIM-ee-oh Faik Hajderovic............................... FIKE HIGH-dare-oh-vich Alex Kapsalis..........................................................CAP-salis Ryan Koenig............................................................ COE-nig Kevin Schafer..........................................................SHAY-fer Nick Schroeder.................................................... SHRAY-der Tyrus Sciarra......................................................... SHE-ar-uh Landon Souder....................................................... SOW-der

COACHES

Mike Pereira.................................................... puh-RARE-uh Shaun Soderling................................................SOD-er-ling

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The 2013 PURPLE ACES Season Preview Expectations will be high for the Purple Aces in 2013, as they return 19 letterwinners from last year’s squad that finished 9-8-1 overall and tied for third in the always competitive Missouri Valley Conference with a 3-2-1 mark in conference matches. Sophomore Faik Hajderovic led Evansville’s offense with 15 points in 2012 to earn NSCAA All-Region recognition. The St. Louis native scored five goals and added five assists to achieve All-MVC Honorable Mention and MVC All-Freshman Team status and secure a spot on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s postseason Top 100 Freshmen List. Fellow sophomore Nate Opperman was also named to the Top 100 Freshmen List in addition to garnering selections on the MVC All-Freshman Team and ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team. Opperman finished his freshman campaign with three goals, which will all game-winners. Junior Nick Schroeder will look to build on the momentum he gained at the end of last season, as he closed the year by scoring five points in Valley action and earning All-MVC Second Team honors. Sophomore Mark Anthony Gonzalez also returns as a key component in UE’s attacking third. Gonzalez was named to the MVC All-Freshman Team last season after recording 11 points on five goals and an assist. Evansville will also be experienced along the back line, as juniors Patrick Hodges and Charlie Macias, along with sophomore Luis Romero return after standout seasons in 2012. All three earned All-MVC Honorable Mention recognition last season, after the Aces recorded six shutouts and posted a 1.39 goals against average last season. UE was even better in conference play, as it held Valley foes to a 0.98 goals against average and recorded three shutouts. Hodges emerged as the Aces’ top defender last season and was named the Defensive Player of the Tournament at the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic. In goal, junior Eric Teppen will look to build on his solid sophomore campaign. Teppen started all 18 matches between the pipes and was named an All-MVC Honorable Mention after going 9-8-1 with 75 saves and a 1.39 goals against average. In Valley action, Teppen allowed just six goals in as many contests for a 0.98 goals against average to go with 19 saves and three clean sheets. The Aces welcome eight newcomers to the roster in 2013, including a pair of transfers in Felipe Cortez and Matthew Hand. Cortez, who spent two seasons at Robert Morris University in Chicago before coming to UE, is one of the top prospects at the Chicago Fire Academy. Cortez tallied six points on a goal and four assists for RMU last season. Hand, a transfer from the University of the Cumberlands, saw action in nine games a season ago for the Patriots. Freshmen Kyle Richardville, Jared Robinson and Tyrus Sciarra will look to provide attacking depth for Evansville, while Landon Souder and Jacob Hill will bolster the middle of the pitch. Fellow freshman Ryan Koenig will compete for playing time along the back line and classmate Erik Hagan will add depth in goal.

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HEAD COACH

HC Entering his eighth season as head coach, Mike Jacobs has helped return the University of Evansville to national prominence. He inherited a program that won only two games the year prior to his arrive, and immediately transformed them into the nation’s most improved team in 2006. With winning seasons in five of his seven seasons at the helm, Jacobs has led the Aces to the finals of the 2009 MVC Tournament and the opportunity to play for the MVC regular-season title in 2012. He took over the program in 2006 and in his first season, UE produced the nation’s most improved record by going 9-8-0. However, that wasn’t all. That same season, Evansville posted its best non-conference record (7-3-0) since 1996 and placed fifth in the highly regarded Missouri Valley Conference, marking the Aces’ highest finish since 1999. In 2007, playing a more difficult schedule, the Aces won 10 games for the first time since 1999 and climbed two more spots in the MVC standings, finishing third behind a pair of teams that went on to reach the NCAA Sweet 16. UE also advanced to the MVC Tournament semifinals for the first time since 1999 and finished sixth nationally by scoring 45 goals. Jacobs once again led the Aces to a winning record in 2008, as UE played seven nationally-ranked teams during the course of the season. Mike Luttrull and Robby Lynch were each chosed for the All-Midwest Regional Team and a total of nine members of the squad received All-MVC honors. As a result of his efforts,

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Jacobs was awarded a contract extension through the 2012 season. His 2008 team was ranked as high as No. 21 in the nation by Soccer Times - an amazing feat considering the program had won just two games in 2005, a year prior to the arrival of Jacobs and his staff. In 2009, UE posted its fourth-straight winning season, reached the MVC Tournament final and narrowly missed advancing to the NCAA Tournament. A record-tying four players made the All-Midwest Region Team, while Luttrull and Lynch earned national scholastic honors. The 2009 team was recognized by each of the major national polls, receiving votes in the Soccer Times and NSCAA national rankings, while earning a national ranking in the Top Drawer Soccer polls. The 2009 season marked the second-consecutive season that the Aces were among the nation’s top 50 in attendance. The 2010 squad produced a pair of all-region players in Lynch and defender Aaron Henkle and Lynch was tabbed the MVC Defensive Player of the Year. In January 2011, Lynch was chosen by the expansion Portland Timbers in the Major League Soccer (MLS) supplemental draft. Lynch was one of six Aces who earned All-MVC postseason honors following the season. In addition, Luttrull was chosen for the second year in a row as an Academic All-American and Lynch was named an NSCAA Scholar All-American for the second-straight year. The 2011 season was full of close encounters, as nine of Evansville’s 17 matches were decided by one goal. The young squad boasted five all-conference honors with seniors Jarrett Robbins and Aaron Henkle earning All-MVC Second Team and All-MVC Honorable Mention nods, respectively. With great first-year campaigns, Patrick Hodges, Eric Teppen and Ryan Stallings were named to the MVC AllFreshman Team. Jacobs guided the Aces to yet another winning season in 2012 and a third-place finish in the Valley standings. UE nearly captured the MVC regular-season title, as it hosted Creighton on the final day of the regular season in a match that would determine the league’s regular-season champion. Freshman Faik Hajderovic was named to the All-Midwest Region team and was selected by Top Drawer Soccer, along with classmate Nate Opperman, as one of the top 100 freshmen in the country. Nine Aces were selected to All-MVC squads, including sophomore Nick Schroeder, who highlighted the selections by earning a spot on the All-MVC Second Team. Jacobs began his coaching career shortly after he graduated from Pace University in Pleasantville, N.Y. in 1993. He served as the head coach at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y. from 1996-99, and was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after taking a team that finished 1-17-1 in 1996 and leading the Gaels to a 12-6 record in 1997. At age 24, Jacobs was the youngest Division I head coach in the country. Jacobs joined the University of Evansville program for the first time in 2000, when he was hired by legendary coach Fred Schmalz as the Purple Aces’ top assistant coach. After two seasons at UE, Jacobs moved on to serve as the top assistant at Duke University, where he helped head coach John Rennie’s Blue Devils to three NCAA

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MIKE JACOBS Tournament appearances, including the semifinals of the 2004 College Cup. Jacobs was named the inaugural winner of the NSCAA National Assistant Coach of the Year award that same year and was listed by College Soccer News as one of the “Top Assistant Coaches in the Country” four-consecutive years. In 2005, he helped guide Duke to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship, before returning to Evansville as the head coach in 2006. Jacobs’ professional coaching experience includes assisting with the Long Island Rough Riders, where he worked with former Tampa Bay Mutiny and New York/ New Jersey MetroStars head coach Alfonso Mondelo. He also assisted with the North Jersey Imperials of the USISL, where he coached former United States Under-23 National Team assistant coach Tim Mulqueen. Jacobs has served on the US Soccer National Goalkeeping Staff and USL Super Y-League National Coaching Staff, and currently serves on the NSCAA Senior Academy Staff. Jacobs has developed a reputation for being able to identify and develop professional players, both in the United States and abroad. This group includes Stefani Miglioranzi (formerly of the Philadelphia Union); Cory Elenio of the Wilmington Hammerheads; Alec Dufty, (formerly of AC St. Louis); Michael Videira of the Chicago Fire; Darrius Barnes of the New England Revolution; Ray Burse and Spencer Wadsworth (formerly of FC Dallas); Blake Camp (formerly of the New York Red Bulls); Jordan Cila (formerly of the New York Red Bulls, Real Salt Lake and Colorado Rapids); Chris Loftus (formerly of the New England Revolution and Swedish first division); Kyle Helton (formerly of the New England Revolution); Mike Grella (Leeds United of English Coca-Cola Championship); and Brad Guzan (Aston Villa FC of the English Premier League and US National Team). A longtime advocate for the growth of soccer at the youth, collegiate and professional levels, Jacobs was elected as the Vice President for Events of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) in January 2012. The NSCAA is the largest coaching organization in the world with more than 30,000 members. In 2013, Jacobs represented the NSCAA at the Missouri Athletic Club banquet in St. Louis, where he had the honoring of presenting the Hermann Trophy to the Collegiate Soccer Players of the Year. He was elected to the NSCAA Board of Directors in 2009 and currently serves on the NSCAA Executive Committee that provides leadership and sets policy for youth, high school, college and professional soccer in the United States. Jacobs is expected to become the NSCAA’s president in 2015. “My initial interest in being involved in the Board of Directors was to have a chance to grow the game of soccer on a larger level,” Jacobs says. “The opportunity to serve as secretary gives me an opportunity to have a presence at the local, regional, national and international levels of our game. It’s pretty

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humbling to serve in this fashion in the largest coaching organization in the world.” Jacobs holds a USSF “A” license and an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, in addition to completing the English League Managers Association (LMA) School of Football Management certificate. In a growling role with the NSCAA, Jacobs has written for NSCAA publications, has co-authored a chapter in the Soccer Coaches Bible along with Coach Rennie, and currently writes a column on soccer for the Sunday edition of the Evansville Courier & Press. He has also started a number of programs to help connect Aces Soccer with its supporters. “Kick The Cold, Give A Coat” provides coats for those less fortunate during the holiday season, while the ProRehab HEALTHY BODIES, HEALTHY MINDS program encourages healthy lifestyle habits with exercise and diet. “Kick for Nick” is a cooperative effort between Aces Soccer and the Lambda Chi fraternity to collect used soccer balls to send to children in Iraq. UE’s “Kick For The Cure” campaign began in 2008 as a fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. Team members have also participated in Habitat for Humanity, Circle K Special Education Prom, the Martin Luther King Jr. Walk and Riley Walkathon. In addition, the Aces Soccer Camp is one of the largest soccer camps in the country, serving youth players from all over the United States. Mike and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Evansville with their four children Katherine (15), Daniel (11), Allison (10) and Amanda (8).

Coach Jacobs At A Glance Career Year By Year 1996 (Iona)....................... 1-17-1 1997 (Iona)....................... 12-6-0 1998 (Iona)......................... 9-9-1 1999 (Iona)......................... 7-8-3 2006 (UE)............................ 9-8-0 2007 (UE).......................... 10-9-1 2008 (UE)............................ 9-7-2 2009 (UE).......................... 12-8-1 2010 (UE).......................... 7-10-1 2011 (UE).......................... 5-11-1 2012 (UE)............................ 9-8-1 TOTAL........................90-101-12

Honors and Awards • 2004 NSCAA National Assistant Coach of the Year • 1997 MAAC Coach of the Year • NSCAA Board of Directors • NSCAA Vice President for Events Education Pace University.................... 1993 BA, Literature/Communications Playing Experience Pace University...........1989-1992

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MARSHALL RAY

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 8TH SEASON • UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE, 2000

Entering his eighth year as Mike Jacobs’ top assistant, and his fifth season as associate head coach, Marshall Ray is a major reason why Aces Soccer has become one of UE’s premier athletic programs. “Marshall has been intricately involved with our success, and continues to be an influence in our locker room,” says Jacobs. “Having a former player who is passionate about representing the University of Evansville is a tremendous example for our players. There is no question that Marshall bleeds purple.” A 2000 graduate of UE, Ray was a member of the 1996 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament championship team that reached the NCAA Tournament. He played both as a defender and forward during his career, and was named an MVC Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week during his time in an Aces’ uniform. Ray received UE’s Ian Coull Award in 1999 for competitive spirit and teamwork, and was selected to the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete all-region squad. After playing professionally for the A-League Nashville Metros in 2001, Ray spent four years at Drury University. He served as Drury’s assistant during his first team seasons, before becoming the youngest Division I head coach in the country in 2003 at age 25. Both of Ray’s Drury squads received the NSCAA Team Academic Award. Ray had just completed his playing career at Evansville when Jacobs joined the Aces’ staff as an assistant coach in 2000. Jacobs left for Duke University as an assistant coach in 2002 and brought Ray to the Duke program following the 2004 season. Ray spent the 2005 season involved with recruiting, player development and day-to-day operations for the Blue Devils, who won the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament and were nationally ranked that year. He also directed the Duke Soccer Camps.

When Jacobs returned to UE as head coach in 2006, he made Ray his first choice for assistant coach. Ray holds a USSF A license and studied under Pierre Barrieu, U.S. National Fitness Coach, to obtain a USSF National Fitness Level I license. He also holds an NSCAA Advanced National License and serves as Midwest Regional Chair for the NSCAA/Performance Subaru Division I All-America Committee. As a coach of Evansville SC, he led the squad to IYSA state championships in 2009 and 2010. Marshall resides in Evansville with his wife Julia and their three children, Patrick (6), Hilary (2) and Eliza (1).

Coach Ray At A Glance Coaching Experience Head Coach Drury.............................. 2003-04 Associate/Assistant Coach Evansville............... 2006-Present Duke................................... 2005 Drury.............................. 2001-02

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Education University of Evansville....... 2000 BS, Environmental Administration Playing Experience Nashville Metros................. 2001 Evansville....................... 1996-99

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COACHING STAFF

Mike Pereira

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ASSISTANT COACH 3RD SEASON • UNC ASHEVILLE, 2008

Former University of North Carolina at Asheville standout goalkeeper Mike Pereira joined the University of Evansville coaching staff in the spring of 2011. The Cary, N.C. native was a four-year letterman at UNC Asheville from 2004-07, earning Big South All-Tournament, Big South All-Freshman Team and Big South Player of the Week honors during his career. He also served as a staff member at the UNC Asheville, Clemson and North Carolina State soccer camps.

OP Former Vincennes University captain Shaun Soderling joined the University of Evansville coaching staff in the spring of 2013. Soderling comes to UE after spending the last three seasons as the boys varsity head coach at Vincennes Lincoln High School in Vincennes, Ind. During his tenure, the Alices compiled a 46-11-2 record, won sectional titles in 2010 and 2012, captured Big 8 Conference championships in 2011 and 2012 and won Hoosier Cup titles in 2011 and 2012. His 2012 squad broke the IHSAA record by scoring 148 goals while going 19-1.

AC University of Evansville graduate Dan Gibson enters this first season as a member of the Purple Aces’ coaching staff. The Godfrey, Ill., native was a four-year letterman at UE from 2006-09 and was named the team’s captain during his senior season. As a player, Gibson appeared in 63 games for the Aces, racking up 22 points on six goals and 10 assists.

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In addition, Pereira served as the Triangle Futbol Club head coach for ages 5-18 from 2008-11 and was the boys’ varsity assistant coach at Green Hope High School in Cary, N.C. Pereira serves as the boys Under-15 and Under-18 coach, as well as the director of goalkeeping for the Evansville SC. Pereira is a holder of the NSCAA National Diploma, National Goalkeeping Diploma and USSF “D” license.

SHAUN SODERLING

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS 1ST SEASON • VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, 2004 Soderling began his coaching career as the girls varsity head coach at North Knox High School in Bicknell, Ind., in 2004, before becoming an assistant for the girls program at Henderson County High School in Henderson, Ky.

As a player at Vincennes University, Soderling was a two-year team captain, leading the Trailblazers in assists as a freshman and in scoring as a sophomore. Soderling brings a USSF National “D” license to Evansville. He resides in Evansville with his wife, Kaycie, and is a coach with the Evansville Soccer Club.

Dan Gibson

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON • UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE, 2010

Following his playing career, Gibson coached with St. Louis Scott Gallagher, serving as the head coach of its Under-8 boys, Under-11 girls and Under-12 boys teams. Gibson is a holder of the USSF “D” license.

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Brandon Causey

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6-1 • 170 • SENIOR • DEFENDER PROSPECT, KY. (NORTH OLDHAM)

2012: Appeared in 14 matches, making nine starts...Scored three points on a goal and one assist...Scored his only goal of the year in a match at St. Louis (Sept. 15) and was credited with an assist in a win at Missouri State (Oct. 10)...A key defender on a defensive unit that posted six shutouts and a 1.39 goals against average, including three shutouts and a 0.98 goals against average in league games. 2011: Started three matches before suffering a season-ending injury...Totaled one point on an assist and three shots...Recorded the assist and fired two shots in UE’s season-opening win over IUPUI (Sept. 2). 2010: Key player in Evansville’s back four...Played in 17 of UE’s 18 matches, making 16 starts...Stepped in for the injured Justin Sass at central defender early in the year and helped the Aces post six shutouts...Scored his first collegiate goal against Kentucky (Sept. 26)...Also recorded four assists, one each against Portland, Belmont, Eastern Illinois and Alabama A&M. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Standout defender for one of the top youth teams in the nation, leading Javanon FC to the USYSA National Championships in 2008 and 2009 as the Region II (Midwest) champions...Also helped the squad to the 2008 and 2009 Disney Showcase Finals...All-state selection at North Oldham High School...Member of the Kentucky Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL: Brandon David Causey...Born January 16, 1992 in Toledo, Ohio... Son of David and Karen Causey...Has a younger brother, Jacob, and a younger sister, Hannah...Majoring in engineering.

CAREER HIGHS Points 2...................................................... Twice; last at Saint Louis (9/15/12) Goals 1...................................................... Twice; last at Saint Louis (9/15/12)

WHY UE?

“The soccer program, soccer coaching staff, engineering program and the great campus.”

Assists 1.........................................Six times; last at Missouri State (10/10/12) Shots 2...................................................... Five times; last at Drake (10/9/12)

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 14 1 1 3 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0-0 3 0 1 1 3 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 17 1 4 6 13 .077 4 .308 0 0-0 34 2 6 10 17 .118 5 .294 0 0-0

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Joel Nash

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5-7 • 150 • SENIOR • MIDFIELDER BIRMINGHAM, ALA. (LEARNING COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL)

2012: Saw action in five matches, logging minutes at St. Louis (Sept. 15), vs. Oral Roberts (Sept. 30), at Eastern Illinois (Oct. 2), at Indiana (Oct. 24) and at Drake (Oct. 27). 2011: Played in 13 matches with seven starts in the midfield...Totaled two assists, two points, five shots and two shots on goal...Recorded an assist in UE’s 3-2 overtime win over Eastern Illinois (Sept. 11)...Tallied an assist in the Aces’ 4-0 win over Loyola (Sept. 16) in the first game of Bradley University’s Grand Prairie Classic...Took a season-high two shots, including one on goal against Western Illinois (Nov. 1). 2010: Saw extensive playing time in the midfield as a freshman...Played in eight matches...Scored a goal and made an assist against Alabama A&M in the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Represented his country in the United States Under-17 National Team program in their residency program in Bardenton, Florida in the spring of 2009...Participated in the Brad Friedel Premier Soccer Academy, as well as academy programs of the Columbus Crew and DC United...Played for DC United of the US Soccer Developmental Academy...Rated as the fifth best prospect in the South by Top Drawer Soccer. PERSONAL: Joel Nash...Born January 20, 1992...Son of Tom and Lonnie Nash... Has two older brothers, Jonathan and James...Majoring in sport management.

CAREER HIGHS Points 3.................................................................vs. Alabama A&M (9/10/10) Goals 1.................................................................vs. Alabama A&M (9/10/10)

WHY UE?

“An amazing, exciting and promising soccer program, as well as the coaches. It was the right environment for me.”

Assists 1..................................................Three times; last vs. Loyola (9/16/11) Shots 2.............................................................. vs. Western Illinois (11/1/11)

NASH’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 2010 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 5 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 13 0 2 2 5 .000 2 .400 0 0-0 8 1 1 3 3 .333 1 .333 0 0-0 26 1 3 5 8 .125 3 .375 0 0-0

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Alex Kapsalis

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6-0 • 165 • SENIOR • MIDFIELDER FISHERS, IND. (FISHERS)

2012: Appeared in 13 matches, making five starts...Tallied five points on a goal and three assists...Took nine shots, putting four on goal...Scored a goal and recorded an assist in UE’s season-opening win over Lipscomb (Aug. 24)... Recorded his other two assists in a win at Georgia State (Aug. 29) and a win vs. Central Arkansas (Oct. 20). 2011: Played in and started 15 matches in the midfield...Totaled one goal, three assists, five points, 12 shots and three shots on goal...Recorded one assist in each match against Loyola (Sept. 16), Kentucky (Sept. 23) and Belmont (Sept. 25)...Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 2-1 loss to Bradley (Oct. 29). 2010: Outstanding addition to the squad who was named UE’s Newcomer of the Year...Earned a spot on the Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team and the MVC All-Tournament Team...Appeared in 15 matches and made seven starts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Standout midfielder who led his FC Pride team to Indiana State Cup championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008, and to Midwest Regional League titles in 2007 and 2008...Key contributor on his team’s championship at the 2008 Disney Showcase...A second team all-state selection at Fishers High School, finishing his career as the school’s all-time assists leader...Participated in the Indiana Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL: Alexandros Peter Kapsalis...Born September 27, 1991 in Indianapolis, Ind...Son of Pete and Diane Kapsalis..Has three brothers and two stepsisters...Father is executive director and director of coaching for FC Pride and played collegiately at Michigan State....Business administration major.

CAREER HIGHS Points 3........................................................................vs. Lipscomb (8/24/12) Goals 1.......................................................Twice; last vs. Lipscomb (8/24/12)

WHY UE?

“Because of its prestigious reputation, location, size and its soccer team.”

Assists 1....................................Six times; last vs. Central Arkansas (10/20/12) Shots 4..........................................................................at Bradley (10/13/12)

KAPSALIS’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 2010 TOTAL

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 13 1 3 5 9 .071 4 .444 0 0-0 15 1 3 5 12 .083 3 .250 0 0-0 15 0 0 0 7 .000 1 .143 0 0-0 43 2 6 10 28 .071 8 .286 0 0-0

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Charlie Macias

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5-8 • 150 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER WESTERVILLE, OHIO (ST. CHARLES PREP)

2012: All-Missouri Valley Conference Honorable Mention...Started all 18 matches for the Purple Aces, taking 13 shots as a defender...Key component of a defensive unit that posted a 1.39 goals against average and six shutouts, including three shutouts and a 0.98 goals against average in MVC action...Took a season-high five shots, putting one on goal at Bradley (Oct. 13). 2011: Played in all 17 matches, making six starts on UE’s back line...Recorded one goal, two points, nine shots and three shots on goal...Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 2-1 loss to Drake (Oct. 12)...Helped the Aces’ defense record three shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A versatile left-side player who can play in the back, midfield or up front...Played left back for the Crew Soccer Academy of the US Soccer Development Academy...Was a key contributor for the Team Ohio COSA FC that was USYSA Region II semifinalists in 2009...Was the leading scorer and Most Valuable Player for St. Charles Prep High School..An Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010. PERSONAL: John Charles Macias...Born October 8, 1992 in Columbus, Ohio... Son of John and Laura Macias...Has two younger brothers, Alex and Kevin.

CAREER HIGHS Points 2............................................................................vs. Drake (10/12/11) Goals 1............................................................................vs. Drake (10/12/11) Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A

WHY UE?

“UE offers me the best of both worlds with an opportunity to learn in a small campus environment, while competing athletically at the highest level along with strong student and community support.”

Shots 5..........................................................................at Bradley (10/13/12)

MACIAS’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18 0 0 0 13 .000 2 .154 0 0-0 17 1 0 2 9 .111 3 .333 0 0-0 35 1 0 2 22 .045 5 .227 0 0-0

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Nick Schroeder

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6-5 • 180 • JUNIOR • FORWARD BRIGHTON, MICH. (BRIGHTON)

2012: All-Missouri Valley Conference Second Team selection...MVC ScholarAthlete First Team...Appeared in all 18 matches, making 11 starts...Recorded seven points on the season, scoring three goals with an assist...Fired 17 shots, putting nine on goal...Scored five points in MVC matches to tie for the team lead in conference play...Scored both goals for UE in a win at Missouri State (Oct. 10)...Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal vs. Central Arkansas (Oct. 20). 2011: Played in 14 matches and made four starts...Totaled one goal, two points, five shots and a pair of shots on goal...Recorded his first career goal and took a season-high two shots in UE’s 2-1 loss to Indiana (Oct. 26)...Helped the Aces’ defense post two of their three shutouts on the season. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Named the Michigan Under-17 Most Valuable Player in 2010, captaining his Michigan Wolves to a state title, the USYSA Regional II Championship and a No. 30 national ranking...A member of the Derby County Wolves program in the US Soccer Development Academy...A two-time all-state selection and captain of his Brighton High School team that won a district championship and was ranked No. 5 in the state in 2010...Was and Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010. PERSONAL: Nicholas Scott Schroeder...Born December 25, 1992 in Atlanta, Ga....Son of Joseph and Stephanie Schroeder...Has a younger sister, Natalie.

CAREER HIGHS Points 4............................................................... at Missouri State (10/10/12) Goals 2............................................................... at Missouri State (10/10/12) Assists 1...........................................................vs. Central Arkansas (10/20/12)

WHY UE?

“I chose to attend UE because it provided me with the unique opportunity to receive an excellent education, as well as complete athletically at the highest level.”

Shots 2........................................... Seven times; last vs. Creighton (11/3/12)

SCHROEDER’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18 3 1 7 17 .176 9 .529 1 0-0 14 1 0 2 5 .200 2 .400 0 0-0 32 4 1 9 22 .182 11 .500 1 0-0

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DYlan Terry

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6-1 • 165 • JUNIOR • FORWARD LOUISVILLE, KY. (MALE)

2012: Appeared in all 18 matches, making 11 starts...Recorded seven points on two goals and three assists...Fired 25 shots on the year, putting 15 on goal...Scored goals in wins vs. Belmont (Aug. 26) and at Eastern Illinois (Oct. 2)...Was credited with assists in matches at Georgia State (Aug. 29), vs. Oral Roberts (Sept. 30) and at Drake (Oct. 27). 2011: Started all 17 matches with seven starts in the midfield...Named to the Bradley Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team...Ranked third on the team offensively with two gaols, three assists and seven points...Fired 25 shots, putting 13 on goal...Fire a season-high five shots, including three shots on goal against Wright State (Sept. 4)... Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 3-2 overtime win against Eastern Illinois (Sept. 11)...Recorded a goal and an assist in UE’s 2-1 overtime win over Memphis (Sept. 18) in the Grand Prairie Classic title match...Recorded an assist in three consecutive contests, including one each vs. Memphis (Sept. 18), Kentucky (Sept. 23) and Belmont (Sept. 25). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A standout forward for Mockingbird Valley Soccer Club, the Kentucky State Champions in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010...Was the team’s leading scorer in 2010 en route to winning the Kentucky State Cup title and advancing to the USYSA Midwest Regional Championships...A member of the United States Under-17 National Team pool...Teamed with classmate Luis Romero and Aces standout Jarrett Robbins at Louisville Male High School, a team regarded as one of the best in the state of Kentucky...Led the team with 30 goals, earning first team all-state and Kentucky State Player of the Year candidate in 2010...Named the Aces Soccer Camp MVP in 2010. PERSONAL: Dylan Scott Terry...Born April 15, 1993 in Louisville, Ky....Son of Scott and Crystal Terry...Has two older brothers, Jordan and Devan...Exercise science prephysical therapy major.

CAREER HIGHS Points 3........................................................................vs. Memphis (9/18/11) Goals 1.......................................... Four times; last vs. Oral Roberts (10/2/12) Assists 1...................................................... Six times; last at Drake (10/27/12)

WHY UE?

“It’s a great place to play soccer and pursue my career. The exercise science pre-physical therapy tract is preparing me for my career. Everything about the soccer program and the campus makes UE an ideal place to be.”

Shots 5..................................................................... vs. Wright State (9/4/11)

TERRY’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

GP 18 17 35

G 2 2 4

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A 3 3 6

Pts 7 7 14

Shots 25 25 50

Shot% .080 .080 .080

SOG 15 13 28

SOG% .600 .520 .560

GW 1 1 2

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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LUIS ROMERO

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5-5 • 150 • JUNIOR • MIDFIELDER LOUISVILLE, KY. (MALE)

2012: All-Missouri Valley Conference Honorable Mention...ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team...Appeared in all 18 matches, making 15 starts...Scored a point on an assist at Georgia State (Aug. 29)...Took nine total shots, putting one on goal...Took a season-high two shots at Bradley (Oct. 13)... Helped Evansville’s back line record six shutouts and post 1.39 goals against average, including three shutouts and a 0.98 goals against average in MVC matches. 2011: Played in 15 matches and made eight starts...Totaled three assists, three points, six shots and three shots on goal...Logged an assist in each of UE’s wins over Eastern Illinois (Sept. 11), Loyola (Sept. 16) and Belmont (Sept. 25)...Fired a shot on goal against MVC foes SIUE (Oct. 8) and Missouri State (Oct. 15). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: The playmaker and midfield for the USYSA Region II Olympic Development Program...Was named an All-Star at the USYSA Interregional event at Disney in 2009...Led his United ‘96 Internationals youth team to the Kentucky Youth Soccer Association State Cup semifinals in 2009 and 2010, where he teamed with classmate Peter May...A second team all-state selection for Louisville Male High School, where he was a teammate of classmate Dylan Terry and former Aces standout Jarrett Robbins. PERSONAL: Luis Enrique Romero...Born May 3, 1993 in Lima, Peru...Son of Luis and Marilu Romero...Has an older brother, Josue, and two younger twin brothers, Andy and Bryan.

CAREER HIGHS Points 1..........................................Four times; last at Georgia State (8/29/12)

WHY UE?

“I like the challenges that arise from the University. Not only does Evansville challenge Goals every student academically, but also mentally 0......................................................................................................N/A throughout life and the workplace. It is a great Assists environment with many activities that other 1..........................................Four times; last at Georgia State (8/29/12) colleges do not offer. UE is like a family and Shots everyone helps find success for 2............................................... Three times; last at Bradley (10/13/12) those around them.” ROMERO’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18 0 1 1 9 .000 1 .111 0 0-0 15 0 3 3 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 33 0 4 4 15 .000 4 .267 0 0-0

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CAPTAIN

Patrick Hodges 6-1 • 160 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER EVANSVILLE, IND. (HARRISON)

2012: All-Missouri Valley Conference Honorable Mention...ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team...Named Defensive Player of the Tournament at the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic...Started all 18 games as a defender...Top defender on a back line that posted six shutouts and a 1.39 goals against average, including three clean sheets and a 0.98 goals against average in MVC matches...Took six shots on the year, putting two on goal. 2011: Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team...Started all 17 matches as a defender...Totaled one goal, two points, five shots and one shot on goal... Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 4-0 win over Loyola (Sept. 16) in Bradley’s Grand Prairie Classic...Took a season-high two shots at Kentucky (Sept. 23)... Helped the Aces’ backfield record three shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A key contributor on the FC Evansville Under-18 squad that won the Indiana State Cup championship in 2010 and was coached by Aces Associate Head Coach Marshall Ray...Played for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro team in the United States Soccer Development Academy...Was named all-state for Harrison High School as a senior and teamed with classmate Eric Teppen to win a conference title...Was an Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010. PERSONAL: Patrick Wayne Hodges...Born June 30, 1992 in Evansville, Ind.... Son of Wayne and Vicki Hodges...Has an older sister, Jennifer, and two younger brothers, Rio and Ben.

CAREER HIGHS Points 2.............................................................................vs. Loyola (9/16/11) Goals 1.............................................................................vs. Loyola (9/16/11) Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A

WHY UE?

“I chose UE for the rich soccer tradition, great academics, my connection to associate head coach Marshall Ray and the community of Evansville.”

Shots 2.................................................Three times; last vs. Drake (11/17/12)

HODGES’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18 0 0 0 6 .000 2 .333 0 0-0 17 1 0 2 5 .200 1 .200 0 0-0 35 1 0 2 11 .200 3 .273 0 0-0

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PETER MAY

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6-2 • 175 • JUNIOR • MIDFIELDER BOWLING GREEN, KY. (BOWLING GREEN)

2012: Appeared in 13 matches, making 10 starts...Scored a point on an assist... Dished out the assist in a win vs. Belmont (Aug. 26)...Took eight shots, putting one on goal. 2011: Played in 13 matches with eight starts...Totaled nine shots and three shots on goal...Recorded a season-high three shots and two shots on goal in UE’s 1-0 loss to Marist (Sept. 9)...Took a shot on goal in the Aces’ 2-1 loss to Drake (Oct. 12)...Helped UE’s back line post shutouts against IUPUI (Sept. 2) and Loyola (Sept. 16). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A standout midfielder at both the high school and club level, leading his Bowling Green High School team to the Regional Finals of the Kentucky State playoffs...Was named a first team all-state and NSCAA Region 5 All-American...Captained his United ‘96 to the Kentucky State Cup semifinals in 2010, and was a member of the Bloomington Cutters team that were semifinalists in the 2009 Indiana State Cup...An Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010...Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Peter Michael May...Born April 29, 1993 in Houston, Texas..Son of Michael and Elizabeth May...Has a younger brother, Kevin, who plays soccer at the Colorado School of Mines.

CAREER HIGHS Points 1......................................................................... vs. Belmont (8/26/12) Goals 0......................................................................................................N/A

WHY UE?

“The education is second-to-none and it gave me the opportunity to play college soccer at the highest level.”

Assists 1......................................................................... vs. Belmont (8/26/12) Shots 3...............................................................................vs. Marist (9/9/11)

MAY’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 13 0 1 1 8 .000 1 .125 0 0-0 13 0 0 0 9 .000 3 .333 0 0-0 26 0 1 1 17 .000 4 .235 0 0-0

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Joel Craig

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6-2 • 175 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER SUNBURY, OHIO (BIG WALNUT)

2012: Played in all 18 games and made 16 starts...Recorded four points on a pair of goals...Scored his first goal of the season and fired three shots at Eastern Illinois (Oct. 2) and his second in the MVC Tournament quarterfinal match vs. Drake (Nov. 17)...Helped UE’s defensive unit to six shutouts and a 1.39 goals against average, including three shutouts and a 0.98 goals against average in Valley action. 2011: Appeared in six matches...Totaled four shots and two shots on goal...Took a shot on goal in UE’s 4-0 win over Loyola (Sept. 16) in Bradley’s Grand Prairie Classic...Also took a shot on goal in UE’s 4-1 win at Belmont (Sept. 25). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A creative midfielder who was a standout at both the high school and club levels...Led his Blast FC team to the USYSA Ohio South State Cup Championship on four different occasions and was a member of the Region II Olympic Development Program...Was named to all-conference and all-district teams for his play with Big Walnut High School...Was named an Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010. PERSONAL: Joel Frederick Craig...Born December 13, 1992 in Westerville, Ohio...Son of Scott and Christine Craig...Has an older brother, Kyle.

CAREER HIGHS Points 2...........................................................Twice; last vs. Drake (11/17/12) Goals 1...........................................................Twice; last vs. Drake (11/17/12) Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A Shots 3.................................................................at Eastern Illinois (10/2/12)

WHY UE?

“UE’s prestigious academic reputation and its physical therapy program led me to Evansville. I liked the small size for academic reasons, as well as the soccer program to compete against the nation’s top teams.”

CRAIG’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18 2 0 4 7 .286 3 .429 0 0-0 6 0 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 0-0 24 2 0 4 11 .182 5 .455 0 0-0

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Kevin Schafer

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6-0 • 170 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (SHATTUCK-ST. MARY’S)

2012: Appeared in 14 games, making 11 starts on the back line...Tallied one point on the year on an assist at Georgia State (Aug. 29)...Fired one shot on the season, putting it on goal at Indiana (Oct. 24)...Key defender on a defensive unit that posted six shutouts and a 1.39 goals against average, including a 0.98 goals against average and three clean sheets in MVC play. 2011: Played in 10 matches and made five starts...Tallied one point on an assist in UE’s 4-0 win over Loyola (Sept. 16)...Fired shots against Butler (Oct. 22) and Western Illinois (Nov. 1), putting one on goal...Helped the Aces’ defense to a pair of shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A member of the US Under-15 National Team pool and USYSA Region IV Olympic Development Program...Led the Elite FC Gladiators to the New Mexico State Championships in 2007, 2008 and 2009, as well as the USYSA West Regional semifinals in 2007 and 2008, and finals in 2009... Attended the Shattuck-St. Mary’s program and is a member of their US Soccer Development Academy team. PERSONAL: Kevin Andrew Schafer...Born March 4, 1993 in Albuquerque, N.M. ...Son of Steve and Angie Schafer...Has an older sister, Rachel.

CAREER HIGHS Points 1..................................................Twice; last at Georgia State (8/29/12) Goals 0......................................................................................................N/A Assists 1..................................................Twice; last at Georgia State (8/29/12)

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because I was really impressed with the engineering program and the coaches. I knew it was an environment where I would be able to improve myself as a player and as a person.”

Shots 1............................................... Three times; last at Indiana (10/24/12)

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 14 0 1 1 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 10 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 24 0 2 2 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0

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Eric Teppen

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6-4 • 200 • JUNIOR • GOALKEEPER EVANSVILLE, IND. (HARRISON)

2012: All-Missouri Valley Conference Honorable Mention...MVC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22)...Started all 18 matches in goal...Logged 1623:14 between the posts, finishing the year with a 9-8-1 record, 75 saves, a 1.39 goals against average, a .750 save percentage and five shutouts...Posted 3-2-1 record in MVC matches, allowing just six goals in six matches for a 0.98 goals against average, recording three clean sheets and 19 saves...Made a season-high 11 saves in a loss vs. Kentucky (Sept. 22)...Turned away eight shots in the MVC Tournament quarterfinals vs. Drake (Nov. 17)...Recorded back-to-back shutouts vs. SIUE (Oct. 17) and Central Arkansas (Oct. 20)...Scored a point on an assist vs. Cincinnati (Sept. 9). 2011: Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team...Bradley’s Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team...Started 14 matches and logged 1282:22 in goal, allowing 20 goals with 64 saves for a 1.40 goals against average...Recorded three shutouts with a 4-9-1 record in net...Ranked fourth in the MVC in saves per game (4.57) and sixth in save percentage (.762)...Earned a shutout with one save in his first college match vs. IUPUI (Sept. 2)...Notched 10 saves in a shutout of Loyola and seven in UE’s 2-1 overtime win vs. Memphis (Sept. 18). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: An athletic and imposing goalkeeper that was a standout at both the club and high school levels...Goalkeeper for the FC Evansville team that won the Indiana State Cup Championship at the Under-17 and Under-18 levels and was coached by Aces Associated Head Coach Marshall Ray...Played for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro team in the United States Soccer Development Academy...Named all-state at Harrison High School where he teamed with fellow classmate Patrick Hodges to win a conference title...An Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2008, 2009 and 2010. PERSONAL: Eric Nicholas Teppen...Born July 11, 1992 in Evansville, Ind....Son of Larry and Nancy Teppen...Has an older brother, Ryan, and younger brother, Logan.

CAREER HIGHS Saves 11...................................................................... vs. Kentucky (9/22/12) Minutes 110:00...................................................Twice; last at Drake (10/27/12) Points 1.........................................................................vs. Cincinnati (9/9/12)

WHY UE?

“I selected UE because it has a great academic program that will push a student to strive for success. Professors push me to become a better student and they have a strong amount of personal interaction. UE has always had a strong soccer program and I wanted to join this tradition and keep the tradition alive. UE has challenged me both academically and athletically to push myself to become better and that is exactly what I was looking for in a school.”

TEPPEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 2011 TOTAL

GP 18 14 32

Minutes 1623:14 1284:22 2907:36

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GAAvg 1.39 1.40 1.39

Saves 75 64 139

Save% .750 .762 .755

W 9 4 13

L 8 9 17

T 1 1 2

Sho 5 3 8

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Nate Opperman

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6-0 • 170 • SOPHOMORE • FORWARD OLATHE, KAN. (OLATHE SOUTH)

2012: Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team..ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team...Ranked No. 96 on Top Drawer Soccer’s postseason Top 100 Freshman list...Appeared in all 18 matches, making 16 starts...Scored six points on three goals, with all three being game-winners...Scored his first collegiate goal in his first collegiate match vs. Lipscomb (Aug. 24)...Also recorded goals vs. Cincinnati (Sept. 9) and vs. SIUE (Oct. 17)...Attempted 21 shots and put 10 on goal...Fired a season-high four shots at Drake (Oct. 27). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A successful goal scorer at both the club and high school levels...A charter member of the Sporting Kansas City developmental academy in the United States Soccer Development Academy...Received the 2011 Bob Gansler Award as the Most Outstanding Sporting Kansas City junior player... Sporting Kansas City’s 15/16 team’s leading scorer and paved the way for SKC to advance into the United States Soccer youth academy teams...A four-year starter at Olathe South High School, leading his team to a Kansas State Championship and runner-up finish. PERSONAL: Nathan Todd Opperman...Born April 30, 1994 in Maplewood, Minn....Son of Todd and Jennifer Opperman...Has an older brother, Daniel, an older sister, Hannah, and a younger brother, David.

CAREER HIGHS Points 2................................Three times; last vs. SIU Edwardsville (10/17/12) Goals 1................................Three times; last vs. SIU Edwardsville (10/17/12)

WHY UE?

“I chose to go to UE because it has a great coaching staff and a great team, and I love that the campus is small.”

Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A Shots 4.............................................................................at Drake (10/27/12)

OPPERMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 TOTAL

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GP 18 18

G 3 3

A 0 0

Pts 6 6

Shots 21 21

Shot% .143 .143

SOG 10 10

SOG% .476 .476

GW 3 3

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Ryan Coates

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5-8 • 150 • SOPHOMORE • DEFENDER SPRINGBORO, OHIO (SPRINGBORO)

2012: Appeared in one match for the Purple Aces, logging his first collegiate minutes against Oral Roberts (Sept. 30). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Gained extensive experience in both the US Soccer Development Academy and USYSA levels...Competed with the 15/16 Ohio Elite team in the USSDA and played for the Blast FC team that was Ohio South State finalists in 2010 and 2011...His performance at the youth level enabled him the opportunity to train at the youth academy of Chelsea FC...First team all-region selection and teamp MVP at Springboro High School...Has been a regular on the Ohio South Olympic Development Program tea...An Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010 and 2011, and was named the camp’s Most Valuable Player in 2011. PERSONAL: Ryan James Coates...Born January 25, 1994 in Springboro, Ohio... Son of Ron and Becky Coates...Has an older sister, Janelle, who plays soccer at Eastern Kentucky.

CAREER HIGHS Points 0......................................................................................................N/A Goals 0......................................................................................................N/A Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A Shots 0......................................................................................................N/A

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because of the strong academics and historic soccer program. UE matched all the qualifications I looked for in a college. UE has a very nice campus with a good environment, which is like a home away from home for me. My desired major is Physical Therapy and Evansville has a very strong PT graduate program. Coach Jacobs and all of the coaching staff really made me feel like Evansville is where I needed to be and it is an honor to play soccer for a team that plays at such a high level with so much history.”

COATES’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

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Mark Anthony Gonzalez

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6-0 • 175 • SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER TORONTO, CANADA (ROBERT F. HALL CATHOLIC SECONDARY)

2012: All-Missouri Valley Conference Freshman Team...Tied for the team-high with five goals and ranked second on the team with 11 points...Fired 43 shots, putting 15 on frame...Scored his first collegiate goal in a win at Georgia State (Aug. 29)...Scored a season-high four points on a pair of goals vs. Oral Roberts (Sept. 30)...Tied for the team lead with five points in MVC matches, scoring two goals and dishing out an assist, including goals in back-to-back matches at Drake (Oct. 27) and vs. Creighton (Nov. 3). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A creative attacking midfielder that gained extensive experience at the top youth standard in Toronto, Canada...A member of the Sigma FC team that was the 2011 Ontario Soccer League Under-21 League Cup champions, where he led the team in scoring...Led Glenn Shields and Brampton East Snipers to league championships prior to joining Sigma FC...Captain of his Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School squad that won the ROPSSAA championship in 2010. PERSONAL: Mark Anthony Gonzalez...Born September 9, 1994 in Toronto, Ontario...Son of Pedro and Marisa Gonzalez...Has a younger sister, Valentina.

CAREER HIGHS Points 4................................................................... vs. Oral Roberts (9/30/12) Goals 2................................................................... vs. Oral Roberts (9/30/12)

WHY UE?

“The great school, the soccer program and the coaches.”

Assists 1.......................................................... vs. SIU Edwardsville (10/17/12) Shots 7...........................................................vs. Central Arkansas (10/20/12)

GONZALEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 TOTAL

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GP 18 18

G 5 5

A 1 1

Pts 11 11

Shots 43 43

Shot% .116 .116

SOG 15 15

SOG% .349 .349

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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FAIK HAJDEROVIC

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5-8 • 145 • SOPHOMORE • FORWARD ST. LOUIS, MO. (MEHLVILLE)

2012: NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Midwest Region Third Team selection... All-Missouri Valley Conference Honorable Mention...All-MVC Freshman Team selection...MVC All-Tournament Team...MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 1)...Ranked No. 58 on Top Drawer Soccer’s postseason Top 100 Freshman list... Led Evansville offensively with 15 points on five goals and a team-high five assists...Attempted a team-high 45 shots and led UE with 20 shots on goal... Scored six points in his first five collegiate matches...Tallied his first career assists in a season-opening win vs. Lipscomb (Aug. 24) and scored his first career goal in a win over Cincinnati (Sept. 9)...Named to the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team after racking up three points on a goal and an assist...Scored a season-high four points on a pair of goals in a win vs. Oral Roberts (Sept. 30). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A dynamic attacking player that was regarded as one of the top goal-scoring prospects in the St. Louis metropolitan area...Leading goal scorer for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro team of the United States Soccer Development Academy...Recognized as a member of the 2011 ESPN Missouri State Starting 11...Was key in leading his club team to the USYSA Missouri State Cup Championships at the Under-13, Under-14 and Under-15 levels before going to join the USSDA...An Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2011. PERSONAL: Faik Hajderovic...Born February 24, 1994 in St. Louis, Mo....Son of Nedzad Fikreta Hajderovic...Has a younger sister, Lejla.

CAREER HIGHS Points 4................................................................... vs. Oral Roberts (9/30/12) Goals 2................................................................... vs. Oral Roberts (9/30/12) Assists 1........................................ Five times; last at Eastern Illinois (10/2/12) Shots 8............................................................................vs. Drake (11/17/12)

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because of academics and soccer. I am planning on majoring in civil engineering and I was impressed in the way the UE soccer coaching staff treated me. They made UE feel like it was the place for me.”

HAJDEROVIC’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 TOTAL

GP 18 18

G 5 5

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A 5 5

Pts 15 15

Shots 45 45

Shot% .111 .111

SOG 20 20

SOG% .444 .444

GW 2 2

PK-Att 1-1 1-1

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VINCE DiPRIMIO

5-10 • 165 • SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER BLOOMINGTON, IND. (BLOOMINGTON NORTH)

2012: Appeared in one match, logging the first minutes of his collegiate career against Oral Roberts (Sept. 30). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: An industrious midfielder who is very active on both sides of the ball and was a mainstay and key contributor for the Indiana United Fire Academy of the United States Soccer Development Academy...A standout at the high school level as well, having been recognized as an all-state honoree for Bloomington High School North as both a junior and a senior...Helped lead the Cougars to four sectional titles and a regional championship...Was recognized as a member of the 2011 ESPN Indiana All-State Starting 11...A member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Vincent Peter DiPrimio...Born August 13, 1993 in Evansville, Ind.... Son of Peter and Cindy DiPrimio...Has one sister, Gabrielle...Exercise science major.

CAREER HIGHS Points 0......................................................................................................N/A Goals 0......................................................................................................N/A Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because it was the perfect fit for me. It’s a great school, it has a great tradition, a great coaching staff and a great group of guys.”

Shots 0......................................................................................................N/A

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

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NICK LEWIS

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5-11 • 150 • SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER BEAVERTON, ORE. (BEAVERTON)

2012: Saw action in two matches, coming off the bench to log his first collegiate minutes at Butler (Sept. 19)...Appeared as a substitute in a win vs. Oral Roberts (Sept. 30). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Posted a successful playing resume at both the high school and club levels...A four-year starter at Beaverton High School, where he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and earned All-Metro League honors...Totaled 11 goals and eight assists in 16 matches as a senior... Team captain of BSC Portland, where he was coached by former University of Evansville standout Ryan Youngblood...Member of the Oregon Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL: Nicholas Fox Lewis...Born January 14, 1994 in Portland, Ore.... Son of Stephen and Leah Lewis...Has one older sister, Alexandra, and a younger brother, Tristan.

CAREER HIGHS Points 0......................................................................................................N/A Goals 0......................................................................................................N/A Assists 0......................................................................................................N/A Shots 0......................................................................................................N/A

WHY UE?

“I chose the University of Evansville because it is a great school. My coach and mentor, Ryan Youngblood, a former UE soccer player, recommended UE to me. Once I did the research, met the coaches, players and staff, I knew it was the right choice for me.”

LEWIS’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2012 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

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FELIPE CORTEZ

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5-6 • 140 • JUNIOR • MIDFIELDER BEACH PARK, ILL. (ROBERT MORRIS - ILLINOIS)

PRIOR TO UE: Transferred from Robert Morris University in Chicago...Tallied six points on a goal and four assists for the Eagles during the 2012 season...A prospect from the Chicago Fire Academy of Major League Soccer (MLS)...Led the Fire to the 2012 Super-20 League National Championship and was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player...Former participant of the US Under-14 National Team pool and the USYSA Region II Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL: Felipe Cortez...Born September 22, 1992 in Waukegan, Ill....Only son of Felipe and Laura Cortez.

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“I chose UE because it’s a small, private university that competes at the highest level of collegiate athletics. Also, the coaches and staff provided a warm and welcoming atmosphere. I believe it was the best fit for my future.”

Matthew Hand

6-1 • 195 • SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND (UNIV. OF THE CUMBERLANDS)

PRIOR TO UE: Transferred from the University of the Cumberlands...Appeared in nine matches for the Patriots in 2012...Took one shot, putting it on goal. PERSONAL: Matthew Dylan Hand...Born July 13, 1992 in Auckland, New Zealand...Son of Chris and Judy Hand...Has an older brother, James, a younger brother, Samuel, and a younger sister, Jacqueline...Majoring in accounting.

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WHY UE?

“The reputation of the successful soccer program and coaching staff, and the academic program opportunities.”

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1 HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-region selection at J.M. Atherton High School... Named team captain and the squad’s Most Valuable Player...Wendy’s High School Heisman Award recipient...Standout goalkeeper for the River City Rovers...Led the Rovers to a title at the 2012 Birmingham Collegiate Showcase... Led his Javanon ‘95 team to the Disney Soccer Showcase finals in 2010 and was later invited to train with Bolton FC in England. PERSONAL: Erik Taylor Hagan...Born June 14, 1995 in Louisville, Ky....Son of James and Angela Hagan...Has a younger brother, Andrew.

19 HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Named a First Team All-State selection by the East Valley Tribune...All-city, all-section and all-Division 1 selection by AIA 365...Selected as the team’s Most Valuable Player at Corona del Sol High School, after leading the team to the quarterfinals of the Arizona state tournament...Member of SC del Sol, where he led the team to three Far West Regional titles and a fourth place finish in the National League...Participated in the Disney Showcase and Surf College Cup. PERSONAL: Ryan Koenig...Born November 10, 1994...Son of Jeff and Laurie Koenig...Has one sister, Mackenzie.

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ERIK HAGAN

6-7 • 180 • FRESHMAN • GOALKEEPER LOUISVILLE, KY. (J.M. ATHERTON)

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because of immense ‘family’ feeling about the entire program and the school. I love how the coaches push me to do my best and don’t allow any slacking.”

RYAN Koenig

5-9 • 145 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD TEMPE, ARIZ. (CORONA DEL SOL)

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because it had everything I wanted in an institution: great academics and a historic soccer program. UE’s biochemistry program is very well respected and everyone from the coaches to the players made UE feel like the perfect place for me.”

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LANDON SOUDER

6-2 • 170 • FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER HARRODSBURG, KY. (MERCER COUNTY)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: First team all-state selection at Mercer County High School...NSCAA Scholar All-American honoree...Member of the USYSA Region II Olympic Development Program...Captain of the Lexington FC team that advanced to the Kentucky state finals and won a Disney Championship in 2011...Also participated in track at Mercer County, where he was a member of the Kentucky 2A State Champion 4-x-800 meter relay team. PERSONAL: James Landon Souder...Born January 23, 1995 in Harrodsburg, Ky....Son of Greg and Debbie Souder...Has an older brother, Nicholas, and a younger sister, Emmy.

24 HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Named the team’s Most Valuable Player at Olentangy Liberty High School and led the Patriots to a state championship, scoring all of the team’s goals in the semifinal and final matches...Led Olentangy Liberty to a No. 9 ranking in the NSCAA Fall High School National Rankings...Member of the Columbus Crew Soccer Academy...Led the Crew to the Great Lakes Division title and USSDA playoffs in 2011...Member of the Columbus Crew team that advanced to the finals of the Major League Soccer (MLS) adidas Generation Under-17 Championship...Rated on the ESPNHS national watch list...Was also a US Club Soccer National ID2 player and member of the Ohio South Olympic Development program.

WHY UE?

“The great school and soccer program, as well as my immediate relationship with the coaches and players.”

JARED ROBINSON

6-2 • 170 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD POWELL, OHIO (OLENTANGY LIBERTY)

WHY UE?

“It was always a dream of mine to play Division I soccer and the smaller campus fit me well. On my visit, I really liked the coaching staff and atmosphere over the other colleges that I visited.”

PERSONAL: Jared Corwin Robinson...Born June 29, 1995 in Columbus, Ohio... Son of Dale and Christine Robinson...Has two older sisters, Alicia and Amy, and two older brothers, Brady and Matt.

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TYRUS SCIARRA

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6-0 • 175 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD WALTON, KY. (RYLE)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-time all-state selection at Ryle High School...Led Ryle to an apperance in the Kentucky state final in 2011...Set Ryle’s all-time scoring record by netting 72 career goals...Member of the Lexington FC that qualified for the 2013 USYSA Region II Championships. PERSONAL: Tyrus Luigi Sciarra...Born May 17, 1995 in Edgewood, Ky....Son of Keith and Kristen Sciarra...Has two younger brothers, Joey and Roy.

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“I chose UE because the whole community is a close family. With the opportunities available, both athletically and academically, UE is the perfect fit for me. With the close community, I won’t get lost and UE gives me the chance to make something out of my life.”

KYLE RICHARDVILLE

5-8 • 150 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER VINCENNES, IND. (LINCOLN)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-state selection at Vincennes Lincoln High School... Four-time all-area player of the year and ended his high school career as one of Indiana’s all-time leaders in assists...NSCAA Scholar All-American honoree... Member of the SWISA FCE team that he led to the IYSA State Cup finals and a title at the Disney Showcase. PERSONAL: Kyle David Richardville...Born September 29, 1994 in Evansville, Ind....Son of Bob and Jackie Richardville...Has an older sistser, Valerie Rusch, and two older brothers, Adam and Matt.

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WHY UE?

WHY UE?

“I chose UE because the coaching staff made me feel really welcome. I like the small campus atmosphere and how close everyone in the university is. It’s a great school academically and athletically.”

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6-1 • 165 • FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER MOUNT STERLING, KY. (MONTGOMERY COUNTY)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-state selection at Montgomery County High School... Led the Indians to two Elite Eight appearances...Member of both the Bluegrass SC and Lexington FC club teams, where he led the Thoroughbreds to consecutive Kentucky State Cup semifinal appearances...Member of the Kentucky Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL: Jacob Taylor Hill...Born January 20th, 1995 in Lexington, Ky....Son of Danny and Lisa Hill...Has a younger brother, Zach.

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WHY UE?

“I chose UE because of its great sports science program and the smaller class sizes.”

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW

2012 Evansville Men's Soccer Evansville Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2012) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * $

Aug 24 Aug 26 Aug 29 Sep 09 Sep 15 Sep 19 Sep 22 Sep 30 Oct 02 Oct 06 Oct 10 Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 20 Oct 24 Oct 27 Nov 03 Nov 17

Opponent LIPSCOMB BELMONT at Georgia State CINCINNATI at Saint Louis at BUTLER KENTUCKY ORAL ROBERTS at Eastern Illinois MARSHALL at Missouri State at Bradley SIU EDWARDSVILLE CENTRAL ARKANSAS at #16 Indiana at Drake #16 CREIGHTON vs Drake

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

MVC TEAM SCORING LEADERS

TEAM Creighton Bradley SIUE Evansville Drake Central Ark. Missouri St.

G A PTS 39 33 111 32 27 91 29 32 90 25 21 71 23 15 61 17 13 47 13 7 33

MVC tEAM DEFENSIVE LEADERS

TEAM Missouri St. Creighton SIUE Central Ark. Bradley Evansville Drake

GA MINUTES GAA 14 1622:02 0.78 20 2257:29 0.80 17 1811:37 0.84 20 1661:18 1.08 23 1891:45 1.09 25 1640:24 1.37 37 1996:03 1.67

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OVERALL 9-8-1 3-2-1 6-6 Score 2-1 2-1 3-2 2-0 1-4 0-3 0-2 4-0 3-0 0-2 2-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-2 2-2 1-2 1-2

W W Wot W L L L W W L W L W W L To2 L L

Att. 1124 627 340 474 653 641 1284 336 89 414 193 785 492 286 1474 207 742 350

UE

OPP

25-230 1.39 .109 100-230 .435 12.8 64 1-1

25-255 1.39 .098 109-255 .427 14.2 79 3-3

14 0

18 0

5779 9/642 1/350

4382 8/548

HOME 6-3 2-1 4-2 ##

Player

11 7 20 8 9 3 14 15 2 10 13 23 17 18 4 12 19 25 22 16 6 5 1

Hajderovic, Faik Gonzalez, Mark Sharp, Jesse Schroeder, Nick Terry, Dylan Opperman, Nate Kapsalis, Alex Craig, Joel Causey, Brandon Romero, Luis May, Peter Stallings, Ryan Schafer, Kevin Teppen, Eric Macias, Charlie Hodges, Patrick Hasinger, Mack Chura, Gavin Lewis, Nick DiPrimio, Vince Nash, Joel Coates, Ryan Randant, Robert Total Opponents

## Goalie 1 Randant, Robert 18 Teppen, Eric

Total Opponents Goals by Period Evansville Opponents Shots by Period Evansville Opponents

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

gp g a 18 5 5 18 5 1 18 3 2 18 3 1 18 2 3 18 3 0 13 1 3 18 2 0 14 1 1 18 0 1 13 0 1 11 0 1 14 0 1 18 0 1 18 0 0 18 0 0 12 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 18 25 21 18 25 20 GP 1 18 18 18

Min. 17:10 1623:14 1640:24 1640:24

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

15 45 .111 20 .444 11 43 .116 15 .349 8 21 .143 13 .619 7 17 .176 9 .529 7 25 .080 15 .600 6 21 .143 10 .476 5 9 .111 4 .444 4 7 .286 3 .429 3 1 1.000 1 1.000 1 9 .000 1 .111 1 8 .000 1 .125 1 3 .000 2 .667 1 1 .000 1 1.000 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 13 .000 2 .154 0 6 .000 2 .333 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 71 230 .109 100 .435 70 255 .098 109 .427 GA

0 25 25 25

GAAvg Saves

0.00 1.39 1.37 1.37

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

10 13

14 12

1 0

0 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

104 122 129 121

2 3

2 2

Saves by Period Evansville Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

32 43

48 32

3 0

1 0

Corners by Period Evansville Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

30 42

33 35

1 1

0 1

Fouls by Period Evansville Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

95 104 93 106

0 1

3 1

FINAL MVC StANDINGS

TEAM Creighton SIUE Bradley Evansville Drake Central Ark. Missouri St.

AWAY 3-4-1 1-1-1 2-3

MVC PTS OVERALL PTS 5-0-1 16 17-4-3 54 4-2-0 12 13-7-0 39 3-2-1 10 10-6-4 34 3-2-1 10 9-8-1 28 2-2-2 8 6-11-4 22 1-4-1 4 8-9-1 25 0-6-0 0 5-8-4 19

1 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 8

1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-3

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

1.000 75 .750 84 .771 75 .750

0-0-0 9-8-1 9-8-1 8-9-1

0/0 5/0 6 5

3

Total 25 25 Total 230 255 Total 84 75 Total 64 79 Total 202 201

MVC INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS

PLAYER T. Pitter, CU J. Gomez, CU K. Balle, BU C. Volesky, SIUE M. Thaden, DU J. Graf, BU F. Hajderovic, UE

G 10 6 7 9 7 7 5

A 4 9 4 0 3 2 5

PTS 24 21 18 18 17 16 15

MVC INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING LEADERS

PLAYER GA J. Gal, CU 10 A. Riggs, MSU 14 J. Berner, SIUE 12 A. Bolowich, CU 10 B. Billings, BU 23 C. Gibson, UCA 18 E. Teppen, UE 25

MINUTES 1386:31 1622:02 1262:29 870:58 1796:44 1390:00 1623:14

GAA 0.65 0.78 0.86 1.03 1.15 1.17 1.39

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The Missouri Valley CONFERENCE The Missouri Valley Conference has demonstrated throughout history that it finds the strength, resources, competitive determination and leadership to rise to even higher levels when confronted with change or significant challenges. In 2012-13, the winds of change that have dramatically affected Division I conference realignment in recent years finally touched The Valley. For the first time since 1996, the MVC will experience the addition and departure of a member institution. The Valley formally welcomed Loyola University Chicago into the membership on July 1, 2013. Loyola is the 33rd institution to enter the Missouri Valley Conference and the first-ever member university from the Chicago metropolitan area. In March 2013, Creighton University, an MVC member for nearly 60 years, had announced its departure from the MVC for the newly configured Big East Conference. If the Missouri Valley Conference has been anything over the past 106 seasons of athletic competition, it has been resilient. The Valley – which will experience its 107th season of athletics competition in 2013-14 -- has weathered many kinds of storms, including changes in its membership. In 1928, six institutions (Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma) left the league to form the Big Six Conference. Another major exodus from the MVC took place in the 1970s when four institutions departed over a three-year period. Each time there has been a setback or a major change in membership, the Conference has retooled and reinvented itself. The nation’s second-oldest NCAA Division I conference continues to be a leader in college athletics and is one of the nation’s most progressive conferences. League members have worked together to focus on common goals and objectives, putting a high value on league harmony while continuing to invest in athletic programs to compete at the highest level. The Valley brand remains very strong, both regionally and nationally, and the great athletic tradition of The Valley remains a compelling force in recruiting student-athletes and in marketing all the MVC programs. Meanwhile, the success of The Valley television package is one of the great stories in the league. The MVC Television Network has blossomed into a revenue-generating vehicle and The Valley’s most visible marketing tool. Also, The Valley continues

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to be proactive in upgrading the production and marketing of both institutionally-produced and conference-produced webcasts. In 2010, The Valley took a major step toward ensuring current revenues in television media and tournament sponsorship sales would be guaranteed in future years when it announced a 10-year partnership with Learfield Sports. The Jefferson City, Missouri-based company now has the exclusive sales and marketing rights to MVC assets that include championships and television advertising.

careers and, for some, professional careers.

During the tenure of Doug Elgin, The Valley’s ninth and longest-tenured commissioner, The Valley has been aggressive in hosting NCAA events in St. Louis. From 1998-2010, the MVC served as host for a staggering nine NCAA tournament events in that 13-year period, which has made St. Louis one of the most frequent stops on the NCAA Tournament trail. The Valley hosted Women’s Final Fours in 2001 and 2009 and the Men’s Final Four in 2005. This year, The Valley will host an NCAA second- and third-round men’s basketball event at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Last year, the league hosted an NCAA second- and third-round men’s basketball event in Kansas City and previously assisted with preliminary round men’s events in both 2008 and 2012 in Omaha.

Men’s basketball, perhaps, has the league’s most storied tradition, boasting the likes of Hall of Famers Bird and Robertson as former players, but The Valley has also produced national-caliber student-athletes in its other sponsored sports. In 2001, Missouri State’s Jackie Stiles became the first Valley woman to earn the Honda-Broderick Cup, given to the nation’s top female collegiate student-athlete. In the sport of track and field, Indiana State’s Holli Hyche captured seven national sprint titles in the early 1990s, Southern Illinois’ Darrin Plab won back-to-back NCAA outdoor high jump titles in 1991 and 1992, SIU’s Brittany Riley became the World record holder in the weight throw in 2007, and Kylie Hutson of Indiana State swept both the indoor and outdoor pole vault titles in 2009 and in 2010. Southern Illinois’ Jeneva McCall (three NCAA individual championships) and Illinois State’s Tim Glover (back-to-back javelin championships in 2011 and 2012) and Indiana State’s Felisha Johnson (indoor weight throw in 2011 and 2013) are the most recent multi-year NCAA champions in the league’s highly decorated history in track & field.

The seeds for the creation of the conference were planted by eight administrators representing five institutions, who met at the Midland Hotel in Kansas City, Mo., on Jan. 12, 1907. The five schools which formed the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association were Washington University of St. Louis, and the state universities of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. Two months after the initial meeting, two more schools -- Drake University and Iowa State College -- were admitted. In the fall of 1907, basketball became the first competitive sport. Today, the Missouri Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country and track & field (indoor and outdoor), men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. While the inclusion of women’s sports under a comprehensive athletic umbrella is a recent development in the league’s storied history, over the years, Valley student-athletes and coaches have become household names during the league’s illustrious history, both during their collegiate

In fact, The Valley began honoring that tradition in the summer of 1997, when the conference began its athletics Hall of Fame. Hersey Hawkins of Bradley, Larry Bird of Indiana State, Wes Unseld of Louisville, Coach Henry Iba of Oklahoma State, Dave Stallworth of Wichita State, Ed Macauley of Saint Louis, and Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati were members of the initial induction class. Currently, nearly 80 former players, coaches and alums dot the league’s Hall of Fame.

In the fall of 1997, Creighton’s Johnny Torres was named the collegiate male soccer player of the year for a second-straight year, while SMU’s Luchi Gonzalez (2001) and Tulsa’s Ryan Pore (2004) have also earned a National Player of the Year honor in men’s soccer. Meanwhile, league member Wichita State has produced three national collegiate players of the year in baseball, including Joe Carter (1981), Phil Stephenson (1982) and Darren Dreifort (1993). League members include Bradley, Drake, Evansville, Illinois State, Indiana State, Loyola Chicago, Missouri State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois, and Wichita State. Central Arkansas and Southern Illinois Edwardsville are affiliate members in men’s soccer, and Dallas Baptist is an affiliate member for baseball.

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All-TIme LetterMEN Adame, Matt................................. 2004-05 Adcock, Brian................................ 1986-89 Ahearn, Patrick....................................2003 Anderson, Mike............................. 1997-98 Anderson, Nate............................. 1998-99 Andrew, Ricky......................................1985 Armbruster, Mike.......................... 1974-77 Armstrong, John....................... 1997-2001 Awe, Dustin................................... 2004-07

Chura, Gavin................................. 2009-12 Church, Steve................................ 1988-91 Clark, Randy........................................1993 Clarke, Tom (mgr.)...............................1983 Coates, Ryan..............................2012-Pres. Cockrum, Troy......................................1991 Cortez, Daniel......................................2010 Corzatt, Clint................................. 1994-95 Coull, Ian.............................................1982 Craig, Joel..................................2011-Pres. Crawford, Tyler.............................. 2008-09 Croy, Ron....................................... 1989-90

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Campbell, Chris............................ 1976-77 Cannon, Chris......................................1992 Cannon, Dan................................. 1984-87 Cannon, Scott................................ 1987-90 Carney, Pat.................................... 1978-79 Cashel, Tim..........................................1986 Causey, Brandon........................2010-Pres. Celis, Carlos................................... 1996-99 Chairez, Jose................................. 2001-04 Chamberlin, Monte....................... 1974-77 Charles, Paul.......................................1982

D’Amelio, Frank............................. 1977-79 D’Antonio, Nino............................. 1978-79 Dashti, Saeed......................................1976 Daugherty, Devin (mgr.)......................1996 Davis, Andy.........................................2000 Day, Greg...................................... 1985-86 Day, Mitch..................................... 2008-10 Dear, Marty (mgr.)...............................1988 Delgado, Pedro............................. 1995-98 Dempsey, Ben.....................................2008 Desselle, Gary.....................................1994 Diedrich, Doug.............................. 1984-87 DiPrimio, Vince..........................2012-Pres. Dlamini, Max......................................1975 Doessel, Jim.................................. 1990-91 Dominguez, Luis........................... 2003-04 Dragon, Tom.................................. 1980-83 Duddles, Jon................................. 1994-95 Dufty, Alec..................................... 2006-08 Dunbar, Ian................................... 1992-95 Dunda, John................................. 1978-81 Dunfee, Ryan (mgr.)...................... 1990-93

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Eanes, Austin................................. 2007-08 Edu, Reggie.................................. 2006-09 Ehrensbeck, Frank......................... 1977-80 Eggleston, Ian............................... 1991-94 Elenio, Cory................................... 2004-07 Ellis, Sean...................................... 1993-94 Elmes, Alex..........................................1976 Emmons, John....................................1981 Ernst, Tim...................................... 1987-90 Ernstes, Mike......................................1976 Erskine, Kipp................................. 2007-08 Ertugrul, Taylan............................. 1994-95 Etienne, J.P.................................... 2003-04

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Falamarzian, Abi............................ 1980-81 Fankam, Jean-Yves........................ 2001-04 Faria, Tom...................................... 1978-79 Feigl, Josh..................................... 1994-97 Felten, Ross.........................................2000 Ferguson, Noel (mgr.).........................1983 Filing, Matt.................................... 1995-98 Fisher, Jim.................................... 1991-92 Follin, Jim...........................................1975 Forssberg, Klas....................................1996 French, Chris (mgr.)....................... 2009-11 Fromayan, David.................................2006 Frost, Doug..........................................1975

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Gaido, Chris.................................. 1983-84 Gallucci, Gabriel..................................2000 Gargantini, Terence................... 1999-2001 Garrison, Greg.....................................1975 Gestrich, Peter....................1980-81; 83-84 Gibson, Dan.................................. 2006-09 Giffard, David (mgr.)...........................1993 Givens, Stephanye (trainer)........... 2007-08 Gonzalez, Mark Anthony............2012-Pres. Grapperhaus, T.J............................ 2000-03 Grochowski, Greg................................1981 Guedes, Ricardo........................ 1999-2001 Guild, John.........................................1976 Gutierrez, Diego..................................1992

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Haan, Joe (trainer)........................ 2003-06 Hajderovic, Faik..........................2012-Pres. Hall, Trevor..........................................1988 Halliwill, Jon................................. 1985-88 Hanchar, Mike............................... 1986-87 Hansen, Tim........................................1976 Harding, Jim.......................................1984 Harner, Ben................................... 2006-07 Harrell, Matt........................................1998 Harrington, Trey............................ 1989-92 Hart, Scott...........................................2004 Harty, Bob..................................... 1978-79 Hasinger, Mack..........................2012-Pres. Havill, Clay................................ 1998-2001 Hawa, Feud................................... 1974-75 Hellman, Don................................ 1977-78 Hempen, Billy............................... 1978-79 Henderson, Brad....................... 1997-2000 Henkle, Aaron............................... 2009-11 Henry, Garric................................. 2004-05 Herbert, Lon.................................. 2001-04 Hider, Keith.........................................1978 Hillsamer, Phil.............................. 1974-75 Himebaugh, Bryce........................ 1988-92 Hlopne, Arthur....................................1975 Hoch, Eric...................................... 1982-84 Hodges, Patrick..........................2011-Pres. Hoek, Tyler.................................... 2006-07 Hoffar, Keith.................................. 1974-77 Holsbeke, Reiss......................... 1998-2001 Homer, Gerard.............................. 1978-81 Hoogerwerf, Steve..............................1993 Hosman, Bill................................. 1974-75 Houchin, Chad (trainer).......................2009 Howa, Mike.........................................1975 Huffman, Jeff................................ 1974-75

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Jackson, Frank.....................................1976 Jaeger, Doug.......................................1980 James, David................................ 2005-06

Jenkerson, Dan............................. 1979-80 Jenkins, Adam.............................. 1991-92 Jenkins, Sam................................. 1994-95 Jensen, Just.................................. 1979-82 Jerdal, Lane.................................. 1994-96 Jobe, Papa.................................... 1977-78 Johnson, Erik................................ 2004-07 Johnson, Jennifer (mgr.)........... 1999-2000 Jones, Scott................................... 1978-79 Jones, Tony................................... 1992-95 Judiscak, Justin..................................2000 Juengel, Russ (mgr.)..................... 1995-97

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Kapler, Dan.........................................1995 Kapsalis, Alex.............................2010-Pres. Keller, Brandon (mgr.).........................1997 Kessler, Corey................................ 1995-98 Kessler, Craig................................ 1980-83 Kincaid, Tyler................................. 2009-10 King, Scott...........................................1976 Klein, Thomas (mgr.)..................... 1992-94 Koch, Matt..................................... 1993-94 Koeller, Matt................................. 1978-79 Kofron, Joe.................................... 1984-87 Kono, Dustin.......................................2002 Koressel, Steve.............................. 1984-86 Kotcherha, Mark..................................1991 Kotcherha, Nico............................. 1989-92 Kreamalmeyer, Tad....................... 2008-11 Kron, Rick............................................1985 Kuda, Joe...................................... 1980-83 Kuitse, Johan................................ 1981-84

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LaBerge, Mike............................... 1994-96 Lachowecki, AJ........................ 1980, 82-84 Lamb, Sam..........................................1976 Lamba, Jasdeep..................................2005 Lane, Tim....................................... 1983-86 Lappe, Gavin.......................................1991 Lavergne, Mike......................... 1999-2002 Lawler, Kellen......................................2000 Leach, Chris................................... 1991-95 Leerkamp, Alan...................................1992 Leger, Robby................................. 1994-97 Lenzing, Erik................................. 1995-96 Lewis, Nick.................................2012-Pres. Loftin, Brian........................................1993 Londono, Jose............................... 1993-96 Long, Ken (mgr.).................................1984 Loucks, LaRayne (mgr.).......................1998 Loucks, Tim..........................................1998 Lue, Michael.................................. 1995-98 Lumsdon, Kevin............................ 1992-93 Luttrull, Mike................................ 2007-10 Lynch, Robby................................. 2007-10 Lyon, Mick..................................... 1985-87

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All-time Lettermen Mansfield, Mitch........................... 2007-10 Marchi, Mike................................. 1983-84 Marine, Kirk........................................1993 Mariutto, Dimitri.................................1989 Marolt, Gary.................................. 1974-75 Massat, Peter................................. 1981-84 Massey, Mickey...................................2005 Matthews, Jeremy...............................1991 Mattingly, Marty............................ 1986-89 Mattingly, Matt............................. 1994-97 May, Peter..................................2011-Pres. McAuley, Ian................................. 2003-07 McAdams, AJ................................ 1995-97 McCreary, Jamelle......................... 1994-97 McDermott, Joe..................................1978 McHugh, Dan................................ 1983-86 McIntyre, Matt............................... 1994-95 McKinnon, Jeremy.................... 1997-2000 McLaughlin, Sean...............................1992 McLean, Chris......................................2002 McMeechan, Jim.................................1996 McNamara, Ken............................. 1980-83 McQuay, Kam.......................... 1979, 81-83 Mead, Fred (mgr.)...............................1984 Meicenheimer, Lafe (mgr.)............ 2002-04 Meintzer, Mike....................................1995 Melton, Dave......................................1976 Menjivar, Richard.......................... 2008-09 Merryweather, Graham................. 1988-91 Michler, Tom.......................................1978 Mihata, Yuki.................................. 2000-01 Mikes, Mike.................................. 1983-86 Millan, Pedro......................................1999 Miller, Barry.................................. 1976-77 Miller, Brent........................................2004 Miller, Don..........................................1979 Minyono, Stephan......................... 2006-07 Mitchell, Jack................................ 1984-87 Moffett, Aaron (mgr.)...........................2002 Moll, Ryan..................................... 2007-08 Mominee, Jules..................................1975 Monaghan, Brooks..............................1991 Montgomery, Jason (mgr.)..................1995 Moore, Ed................................. 1999-2002 Moore, Matt (mgr.).................... 1999-2000 Morgan, Ralph (mgr.)..........................1982 Morrison, Alan (mgr.)..........................1981 Muckey, Lance............................... 2002-06 Mullen, Josiah....................................2005 Murray, Nick........................................1993

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Nash, Joel..................................2010-Pres. Naron, Trey..........................................1991 Neff, Jarrett.........................................2006 Nelson, Rick.................................. 1977-78 Nevin, Paul.................................... 1987-90 Nichter, Brian................................ 1977-80 Nilsson, Klas.......................................1996 Ngo, Phat............................................1993 Norton, Andrew............................. 1983-86 Nugent, Steve............................... 1996-99 Nunes, John.................................. 1979-82

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Page, Cole...........................................2009 Parker, Taylor.......................................2010 Parra, Emilio.................................. 1995-98 Parker, Justin......................................1992 Paterson, Rob................................ 1988-89 Pele, Jason.................................... 2003-06 Perkins, Troy........................................2003 Petrie, David.......................................1985 Perry, Greg (mgr.)................................1988 Petty, Brandt (mgr.).............................2007 Phillips, Glen......................................1975 Poellein, Erik............................. 1998-2000 Potter, Nick.................................... 1995-98 Prince, Russell.....................................1989 Prow, John.................................... 1987-91 Purcell, Kieran............................... 2006-09

Schultz, Adam........................... 1999-2003 Scott, Ryan................................ 1998-2000 Sebek, Matt................................... 2000-03 Sergesketter, Dustin.................. 1997-2000 Sharp, Jesse.................................. 2009-12 Shields, Matt................................. 2002-05 Short, Jim..................................... 1982-85 Slaats, Matt.........................................1995 Slattery, Chris................................ 1983-84 Smith, Brent........................................2004 Smith, Daryl.................................. 1985-87 Smith, Korby................................. 1991-92 Smith, Mark.................................. 1985-88 Smith, Richard.............................. 2001-04 Southers, Cory............................... 2004-07 Spargen, Paul......................................1975 Stahl, Kurt...........................................1990 Stallings, Ryan.............................. 2011-12 Stevens, Casey.......................... 1999-2002 Stockdale, Graham..............................2005 Stone, Craig.................................. 1996-99 Stovel, Nick.........................................1997 Swartz, Dusty.......................................1988 Syne, Kurt............................................1981

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Sapoznik, Marc (mgr.).........................2005 Sass, Justin................................... 2008-10 Schaan, Gary.......................................1994 Schafer, Kevin............................2011-Pres. Schall, Austin......................................2007 Schall, Drew........................................2011 Schaub, Zack................................. 1997-98 Scheu, Jeff.................................... 1989-91 Schiebelhut, Tony (mgr.)............... 1988-91 Schmalz, Geoff................... 1987-88, 90-91 Schmidt, Shane............................. 1990-93 Schmidt, Trevor............................. 2010-11 Schneider, Blake........................... 2008-10 Schoenstein, Rob.......................... 1982-85 Schopp, Lee................................... 1989-90 Schrader, Eric......................................2002 Schroeder, Nick..........................2011-Pres. Schroering, Marty......................... 1991-94 Schultheis, Greg..................................1995

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Wachtel, Rich................................ 1984-85 Wahl, Kasey (trainer)...........................2007 Waitman, Mark............................. 1983-84 Wallach, Peter.....................................2005 Walters, Trey.................................. 1994-98 Walton, Toby................................. 1993-96 Wannemuehler, Brian................... 1981-85 Ware, Larry..........................................1974 Wasserman, Bob.................................1979 Weir, David................................... 1988-91 Weir, Pat........................................ 1993-96 Westbrook, Scott........................... 1978-82 Westenberger, Nick....................... 1988-90 Weston, Courtney...............................1988 Whitacre, Keith............................. 1977-78 Wilhelm, Rob......................................1985 Wilhite, Nick (mgr.)....................... 1995-96 Wilke, Ray...........................................1976 Williams, Mickey........................... 1982-83 Williamson, Joe..................................1987 Wilson, Kyle...............................2012-Pres. Wong, Jimmy................................ 1974-75 Woodruff, Rew....................................1991 Worth, Brad................................... 1994-97

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NCAA TOURNAMENTS

Overall Record: 5-11 Appearances: 1982 (0-1), 1984 (1-1), 1985 (2-1; Final Four), 1986 (0-1), 1988 (0-1), 1989 (0-1), 1990 (2-1; Final Four), 1991 (0-1), 1992 (0-1), 1996 (0-1)

CONFERENCE REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS 1990, 1991

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996

1988, 1990, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010

BRADLEY UNIV. GRAND PRAIRIE CLASSIC 2011

ADIDAS/NSCAA TEAM ACADEMIC AWARD 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012

INDIVIDUAL

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1989: Rob Paterson (Adi Dassler/ISAA)

ALL-AMERICANS

1982: Just Jensen, 2nd Team (NSCAA) John Nunes, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1985: Dan McHugh, 3rd Team (NSCAA) Mike Mikes, 3rd Team (NSCAA) Andrew Norton, 3rd Team (NSCAA) 1986: Mike Mikes, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1987: Mick Lyon, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1989: Rob Paterson, 1st Team (NSCAA) 1990: Scott Cannon, 1st Team (NSCAA) David Weir, 1st Team (NSCAA) Trey Harrington, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1991: Graham Merryweather, 1st Team (NSCAA) 1992: Trey Harrington, 3rd Team (NSCAA) 1996: Shawn Beyer, 3rd Team (Soccer News)

Brian Adcock Dan Balassi Rune Bjoro Dan Broxup Marc Burch Carlos Celis Scott Cannon Frank D’Amelo Pedro Delgado Alec Dufty Ian Dunbar Diego Gutierrez Trey Harrington Brad Henderson Gerard Homer Just Jensen Tony Jones A.J. Lachowecki

U-17 Full Youth Schools U-18, U-20 U-18 Full U-23 U-18 U-20 Schools Full U-23 U-17 U-23 U-18 U-17, U-20 Futsal

Futsal U-20 U-20 Schools U-18 U-18 Full Full U-20 U-17, U-20 Schools, Full

USA USA USA England USA Venezuela USA USA New Zeland USA Scotland

UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE HALL OF FAME

PROREHAB ACES SOCCER CLASSIC TITLES

NATIONAL TEAM CAMP

Brian Loftin Mike Lue Robby Lynch Mick Lyon Richard Menjivar Pedro Millan Rob Paterson Troy Perkins Kieran Purcell Shane Schmidt David Weir

USA USA Norway England USA Venezuela USA USA Venezuela USA England USA USA USA Trinidad Denmark USA USA

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1986: 1989: 1992: 1994: 1996: 1997: 1998: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2006: 2007: 2009: 2012:

Bill Vieth (coach) John Nunes Frank D’Amelio Dan McHugh A.J. Lachowecki Rob Paterson David Weir Graham Merryweather Scott Cannon Mick Lyon Fred Schmalz (coach) Mike Mikes Trey Harrington Just Jenson Andrew Norton

MVC ALL-CENTENNIAL TEAM (CHOSEN 2006) Pedro Delgado (1995-98)

ALL-REGION

(Mideast ‘77-’02; Midwest ‘03-Present) 1977: Papa Jobe 1978: Papa Jobe 1979: Just Jensen, Frank D’Amelio 1980: Just Jensen, Pat Burns 1981: Just Jensen, John Nunes, Gerard Homer 1982: Just Jensen, John Nunes, Scott Westbrook 1983: A.J. Lachowecki, Craig Kessler, Ken McNamara 1984: Peter Gestrich, A.J. Lachowecki, Dan McHugh 1985: Andrew Norton, Mick Lyon, Mike Mikes, Rob Schoenstein, Dan Balassi, Dan McHugh 1986: Mick Lyon, Dan McHugh, Mike Mikes 1987: Mick Lyon, Jack Mitchell, Joe Kofron 1988: Jon Halliwill, Rob Paterson, Paul Nevin, Scott Cannon 1989: Scott Cannon, Rob Paterson, David Weir, Tim Ernst 1990: Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst, Trey Harrington, David Weir, Geff Rainbolt 1991: Graham Merryweather, John Prow, Trey Harrington 1992: Trey Harrington, Shane Schmdit, Ian Dunbar, Diego Gutierrez 1994: 1st Team: Ian Dunbar 2nd Team: Jose Londono 3rd Team: Mike LaBerge 1995: 2nd Team: Ian Dunbar 3rd Team: Jose Londono, Josh Feigl

1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2003: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2012:

1st Team: C.W. Raines, Shawn Beyer 2nd Team: Jose Londono 3rd Team: Chuck Browder 3rd Team: Chuck Browder, Pedro Delgado 2nd Team: Terence Gargantini 1st Team: Marc Burch 3rd Team: Dan Broxup 1st Team: Cory Elenio 1st Team: Cory Elenio 3rd Team: Mike Luttrull, Robby Lynch 2nd Team: Robby Lynch 3rd Team: Justin Sass, Richard Menjivar, Tom Irvin 1st Team: Robby Lynch 3rd Team: Aaron Henkle 3rd Team: Faik Hajderovic

ALL-MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993:

Doug Diedrich, Tim Ernst, Joe Kofron, Mick Lyon Scott Cannon, Paul Nevin, Rob Paterson Player of the Year: Rob Paterson 1st Team: Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst, Ian O’Brien, Rob Paterson, David Weir 2nd Team: Brian Adcock, Graham Merryweather All-Newcomer: Brain Boes, Ron Croy, Trey Harrington Player of the Year: David Weir 1st Team: Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst, Trey Harrington, Graham Merryweather, Geff Rainbolt, David Weir 2nd Team: Shane Barrett, Steve Church Newcomer of the Year: Shane Schmidt Player of the Year: Graham Merryweather 1st Team: Graham Merryweather, David Weir, John Prow, Steve Church, Trey Harrington 2nd Team: Shane Schmidt All-Newcomer: Korby Smith 1st Team: Trey Harrington, Ian Dunbar, Shane Schmidt, Diego Gutierrez 2nd Team: Mark Bowland All-Newcomer: Ian Dunbar, Diego Gutierrez, Scott Ikeda, Tony Jones 1st Team: Scott Ikeda, Shane Schmidt 2nd Team: Ian Eggleston

ALL-MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE 1994:

1st Team: Matthew Blackbourne 2nd Team: Jose Londono, Ian Dunbar, Mike LaBerge HM: Ian Eggleston, Robby Leger 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Matthew Blackbourne, Ian Dunbar, Jose Londono All-MVC Tournament: Matthew Blackbourne, Mike LaBerge

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Honors and Awards 1995: 1st Team: Pedro Delgado, Josh Feigl 2nd Team: Matt Mattingly, C.W. Raines HM: Jose Londono Newcomer of the Year: Pedro Delgado All-Newcomer: Pedro Delgado, Dustin Ottesen 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Ian Dunbar, Josh Feigl, C.W. Raines All-MVC Tournament: Josh Feigl, Jose Londono, C.W. Raines 1996: Defensive Player of the Year: C.W. Raines 1st Team: Shawn Beyer, Mike LaBerge, Jose Londono, Matt Mattingly, C.W. Raines 2nd Team: Josh Feigl, Pedro Delgado, Dustin Ottensen Newcomer of the Year: Shawn Beyer All-Newcomer: Shawn Beyer 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Pedro Delgado Josh Feigl, Jose Londono, C.W. Raines All-MVC Tournament: Mike LaBerge (MVP), Scott Bragg, C.W. Raines, Brad Worth 1997: 1st Team: Pedro Delgado 2nd Team: Josh Feigl, Matt Mattingly All-Newcomer: Chuck Browder, Brad Henderson 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Pedro Delgado, Josh Feigl All-MVC Tournament: Michael Lue 1998: 2nd Team: Chuck Browder, Michael Lue, Pedro Delgado, Scott Bragg HM: Corey Kessler All-Newcomer: Matt Harrell 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Pedro Delgado, Matt Filing, Dustin Ottesen 1999: 1st Team: Dustin Ottesen, Terence Gargantini 2nd Team: Clay Havill Newcomer of the Year: Terence Gargantini All-Newcomer: Terence Gargantini 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Dustin Ottesen All-MVC Tournament: Dustin Ottesen, Robbie Barker 2000: HM: Clay Havill, Jeff Rhymer All-Newcomer: Matt Sebek 2001: HM: Clay Havill, Terence Gargantini All-Newcomer: Jean-Yves Fankam, 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Clay Havill 2002: 2nd Team: Marc Burch, Casey Stevens All-Newcomer: Marc Burch, Chris Binder 2003: 2nd Team: Marc Burch, Lance Muckey HM: Dan Broxup All-Freshman: Ian McAuley 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Adam Schultz 2004: 2nd Team: Dan Broxup HM: Marc Burch, Corey Southers All-Freshman: Cory Elenio All-MVC Tournament: Marc Burch 2005: 2nd Team: Jason Pele 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Jason Pele 2006: 1st Team: Cory Elenio 2nd Team: Dustin Awe HM: Alec Dufty, Ian McAuley All-Freshman: Tom Irvin

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ISAA SENIOR BOWL 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1990: 1991: 1992:

Papa Jobe Frank D’Amelio Dan Jenkerson Gerard Homer John Nunes, Scott Westbrook Ken McNamara (alternate) A.J. Lachowecki (alternate) Rob Schoenstein Mike Mikes, Dan McHugh Mick Lyon Jon Halliwill, Dan O’Donnell Rob Paterson Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst Graham Merryweather, David Weir

1993: Trey Harrington 1995: Ian Dunbar 2003: Troy Perkins (MLS Combine Game)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

1987: Joe Kofron 1988: Dan Cannon 1989: Geff Rainbolt 1990: Steve Church, Geff Rainbolt 1991: 1st Team: Graham Merryweather, Steve Church HM: Mark Bowland 1992: 2nd Team: Mark Bowland 1996: 1st Team: C.W. Raines 3rd Team: Pedro Delgado, Josh Feigl 1997: 1st Team: Pedro Delgado 2nd Team: Josh Feigl 1998: 1st Team: Pedro Delgado, Dustin Ottesen 2nd Team: Matt Filing, Craig Stone 1999: 1st Team: Dustin Ottesen 2000: 3rd Team: Brad Henderson 2001: 3rd Team: Clay Havill 2005: 2nd Team: Jason Pele 2006: 2nd Team: Jason Pele 2009: 2nd Team: Mike Luttrull 2010: 1st Team: Mike Luttrull

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

1977: Papa Jobe 1978: Frank D’Amelio 1979: Frank D’Amelio 1980: Just Jensen 1981: Gerard Homer 1982: John Nunes 1983: A.J. Lachowecki 1984: Peter Gestrich 1985: Mick Lyon 1986: Mick Lyon, Mike Mikes 1987: Mick Lyon 1988: Jon Halliwell 1989: Rob Paterson 1990: Scott Cannon, Trey Harrington 1991: Graham Merryweather 1992: Ian Dunbar 1993: Ian Eggleston, Shane Schmidt 1994: Ian Dunbar 1995: Ian Dunbar 1996: Shawn Beyer, Mike LaBerge 1997: Chuck Browder 1998: Chuck Browder 1999: Dustin Ottesen, Clay Havill 2000: John Armstrong 2001: Clay Havill 2002: Mike Lavergne No Selections 2003-05 2006: Dustin Awe 2007: Cory Elenio 2008: Alec Dufty 2009: Robby Lynch 2010: Robby Lynch 2011: Jarrett Robbins 2012: Jesse Sharp

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HONORS AND AWARDS OFFENSIVE MVP 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009:

Cory Elenio Cory Elenio Mike Luttrull Robby Lynch

DEFENSIVE MVP 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012:

Alec Dufty, Jarrett Neff Alec Dufty Alec Dufty Justin Sass Aaron Henkle Jarrett Robbins Patrick Hodges

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

1979: John Dunda 1980: Peter Gestrich 1981: Joe Kuda, Erich Hoch 1982: Kam McQuay 1983: Mike Mikes 1984: Dan Balassi, Chris Gaido 1985: Joe Kofron 1986: Dan Cannon, Ian O’Brien 1987: Daryl Smith, Mark Smith 1988: John Prow 1989: Shane Barrett 1990: Nico Kotcherha 1991: Jeff Scheu 1992: Mary Schroering, Jim Fisher 1993: Toby Walton 1994: Brad Worth 1995: Matt Mattingly 1996: Corey Kessler 1997: Michael Lue 1998: Clay Havill 1999: Adam Schultz, Casey Stevens 2000: Ross Felten, Matt Sebek 2001: Andre Talley 2002: Dustin Kono, Lon Herbert No selections 2003-05 2006: Sam Bornstein 2007: Stephan Minyono 2008: Mitch Mansfield 2009: Tyler Kincaid 2010: Robert Randant 2011: Kevin Schafer 2012: Nick Schroeder

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012:

Tom Irvin Robby Lynch Richard Menjivar Aaron Henkle Alex Kapsalis Patrick Hodges Mark Anthony Gonzalez

MOST DEDICATED PLAYER 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982:

Bob Wasserman, John Dunda Dan Jenkerson, Gerard Homer John Dunda A.J. Lachowecki

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1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002:

Craig Kessler, Tom Dragon Mike Marchi Mike Mikes Mike Mikes Jack Mitchell Ian O’Brien Brian Adcock Shane Barrett John Prow Trey Harrington Ignacio Vega Marty Schroering, Keith Vonderahe Jose Londono, C.W. Raines C.W. Raines Matt Filing Dustin Ottesen Carlos Celis Brad Henderson, Jeremy McKinnon John Armstrong, Matt Ramsay Ed Moore

IAN COULL MEMORIAL AWARD 1982: Dan Balassi 1983: Mike Marchi 1984: Jack Mitchell 1985: Jon Halliwill 1986: Andrew Norton 1987: Tim Ernst 1988: David Weir 1989: Graham Merryweather 1990: Steve Church 1991: Ian Eggleston 1992: Matthew Blackbourne 1993: Keith Vonderahe 1994: Rob Leger 1995: Dustin Ottesen 1996: Scott Bragg 1997: Brad Henderson 1998: Corey Kessler 1999: Marshall Ray 2000: Reiss Holsbeke 2001: Casey Stevens 2002: Marc Burch No selections 2003-05 2006: Ian McAuley 2007: Ian McAuley 2008: Reggie Edu 2009: Dan Gibson 2010: Blake Schneider 2011: Jesse Sharp 2012: Joel Craig

GREG BORDFELD SPIRIT OF THE ACES 1979: Pat Burns 1980: Scott Westbrook 1981: John Nunes 1982: Ken McNamara 1983: Dan McHugh 1984: Andrew Norton 1985: Dan Balassi, Jack Mitchell 1986: Dan Balassi, Dan McHugh 1987: Joe Kofron 1988: Ian O’Brien 1989: Tim Ernst, Ian O’Brien 1990: Tim Ernst, Paul Nevin 1991: Steve Church, David Weir 1992: Shane Schmidt 1993: Scott Ikeda 1994: Matthew Blackbourne 1995: Josh Feigl 1996: Dustin Ottesen, Robby Leger 1997: Corey Kessler 1998: Scott Bragg, Michael Lue 1999: Jeff Rhymer 2000: Clay Havill 2001: Ed Moore 2002: Richard Smith No selections 2003-05 2006: Robbie Roate 2007: Ben Harner 2008: Ally Mackay 2009: Ally Mackay 2010: Jesse Sharp 2011: Joel Nash 2012: Robert Randant

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD 2006: Corey Southers 2007: Corey Southers 2008: Sam Bornstein 2009: Sam Bornstein 2010: Mike Luttrull No selection in 2011 2012: Nick Schroeder

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Program Records INDIVIDUAL

CAREER SCORING LEADERS

Name Years Goals Assists Points 1. Dan McHugh 1983-86 46 41 133 2. David Weir 1988-91 50 29 129 3. John Nunes 1979-82 50 18 118 4. Rob Paterson 1988-89 42 11 95 5. Papa Jobe 1977-78 36 18 90 6. Tim Ernst 1987-90 31 24 86 7. Jack Mitchell 1984-87 24 31 79 8. Steve Church 1988-91 24 23 71 Josh Feigl 1994-97 30 11 71 10. Dan Balassi 1983-86 23 24 70 11. Rob Schoenstein 1982-86 27 15 69 12. Graham Merryweather 1988-91 21 24 66 13. Tom Irvin 2006-10 17 30 64 14. Andrew Norton 1983-86 25 13 63 15. Mike Luttrull 2007-10 26 10 62 16. Jose Londono 1993-96 17 26 60 17. Just Jensen 1979-82 19 20 58 Rune Bjoro 1980-83 26 6 58 19. Davies Bellamy 1978-81 20 17 57 20. Terence Gargantini 1999-2001 21 13 55 Cory Elenio 2004-07 18 19 55 22. Robby Leger 1994-97 21 11 53 Robby Lynch 2007-10 18 17 53 24. Peter Gestrich 1980-84 22 8 52 25. Mick Lyon 1985-87 17 16 50 26. Ian McAuley 2003-07 20 9 49 27. Gerard Homer 1978-81 18 12 48 Mike Mikes 1983-86 16 16 48 29. Dan Broxup 2001-04 19 9 47 30. Paul Nevin 1987-90 11 22 44 31. Charles Oladapo 1974-75 14 15 43 32. Chris Campbell 1976-77 17 8 42 Ian Eggleston 1991-94 17 8 42 34. Casey Stevens 1999-2002 14 13 41 35. Dan O’Donnell 1985-88 13 14 40

SINGLE-SEASON SCORING LEADERS Name 1. Rob Paterson 2. David Weir 3. Dan McHugh 4. Papa Jobe 5. John Nunes 6. Papa Jobe Shawn Beyer 8. Rob Paterson Steve Church 10. Jack Mitchell

Year Goals Assists Points 1989 27 7 61 1990 24 11 59 1985 16 22 54 1977 22 9 53 1982 16 8 40 1978 14 9 37 1996 16 5 37 1988 15 4 34 1990 12 10 34 1985 11 11 33

CAREER GOALKEEPING RECORDS (min. 4,000 minutes) Goals Allowed 42 Goals Against Avg. 0.57 Minutes 7,669 Saves 248 Solo Shutouts 34

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Jon Halliwill 1985-88 Jon Halliwill 1985-88 Trey Harrington 1989-92 Trey Harrington 1989-92 Jon Halliwill 1985-88 Trey Harrington 1989-92

SINGLE-SEASON GOALKEEPING RECORDS (min. 1400 minutes) Goals Allowed Goals Against Avg. Minutes Saves Solo Shutouts

7 0.26 2,389 118 14

CAREER GOAL LEADERS Name 1. John Nunes David Weir 3. Dan McHugh 4. Rob Paterson 5. Papa Jobe 6. Tim Ernst 7. Josh Feigl 8. Rob Schoenstein 9. Rune Bjoro Mike Luttrull

Trey Harrington Trey Harrington Trey Harrington Corey Southers Trey Harrington

Years Goals 1979-82 50 1988-91 50 1983-86 46 1988-89 42 1977-78 36 1987-90 31 1994-97 30 1982-86 27 1980-83 26 2007-10 26

SINGLE-SEASON GOAL LEADERS Name 1. Rob Paterson 2. David Weir 3. Papa Jobe 4. John Nunes Dan McHugh Shawn Beyer 7. Rob Paterson 8. Papa Jobe 9. Josh Feigl 10. John Nunes John Nunes Tim Ernst Steve Church

CAREER ASSIST LEADERS

Name 1. Dan McHugh 2. Jack Mitchell 3. Tom Irvin 4. David Weir 5. Jose Londono 6. Graham Merryweather Tim Ernst Dan Balassi 9. Steve Church 10. Paul Nevin Marc Burch

Year 1989 1990 1977 1982 1985 1996 1988 1978 1995 1979 1980 1987 1990

Goals 27 24 22 16 16 16 15 14 13 12 12 12 12

Years Assists 1983-86 41 1984-87 31 2006-10 30 1988-91 29 1993-96 26 1988-91 24 1987-90 24 1983-86 24 1988-91 23 1987-90 22 2002-04 22

SINGLE SEASON ASSIST LEADERS Name 1. Dan McHugh 2. Jose Londono 3. Graham Merryweather 4. Marc Burch Tim Ernst 6. Tom Irvin David Weir Jack Mitchell 9. Steve Church Dan McHugh Dan Balassi Charles Oladapo

1990 1990 1990 2004 1990

Year 1985 1996 1990 2002 1990 2008 1990 1985 1990 1986 1984 1975

Assists 22 15 14 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

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Program Records CAREER GAME-WINNING GOALS Name John Nunes

Years 1979-82

SINGLE-SEASON GAME-WINNING GOALS Name Rob Paterson

Year 1989

GWG 21 GWG 11

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS

Year Name Goals Assists Points 1974 Charles Oladapo 7 0 14 1975 Chalres Oladapo 7 10 24 1976 Chris Campbell 6 2 14 1977 Papa Jobe 22 9 53 1978 Papa Jobe 14 9 37 1979 John Nunes 12 1 25 1980 John Nunes 12 2 26 1981 John Nunes 10 7 27 1982 John Nunes 16 8 40 1983 Dan McHugh 11 6 28 1984 Dan Balassi 8 10 26 1985 Dan McHugh 16 22 54 1986 Dan McHugh 9 10 28 1987 Tim Ernst 12 4 28 1988 Rob Paterson 15 4 34 1989 Rob Paterson 27 7 61 1990 David Weir 24 11 59 1991 Graham Merryweather 11 7 29 1992 Mark Bowland 2 9 13 Diego Gutierrez 6 1 13 1993 Ian Eggleston 8 1 17 Brain Loftin 7 3 17 1994 Jose Londono 9 3 21 1995 Josh Feigl 13 4 30 1996 Shawn Beyer 16 5 37 1997 Corey Kessler 6 0 12 Josh Feigl 5 2 12 1998 Mike Anderson 4 4 12 1999 Terence Gargantini 10 5 25 2000 Jeff Rhymer 8 5 21 2001 Ricardo Guedes 7 3 17 2002 Marc Burch 4 12 20 2003 Dan Broxup 10 5 25 2004 Dan Broxup 7 2 16 2005 Chris Binder 3 0 6 2006 Corey Elenio 8 4 20 2007 Corey Elenio 7 9 23 2008 Mike Luttrull 9 4 22 2009 Tom Irvin 6 8 20 2010 Mike Luttrull 6 3 15 2011 Jesse Sharp 4 7 15 2012 Faik Hajderovic 5 5 15

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Goals 4 Assists 6 Points 9

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TEAM

Wins 24 1990 Losses 14 2005 Ties 6 1979 Fewest Losses 1 1985, 1990 Longest Winning Streak 20 1990 Unbeaten Streak 26 1990 Home Unbeaten Streak (regular season) 36 1987-91 Most Goals 93 1985 Least Goals 12 2005 Shutouts 20 1990 Most Goals Allowed 56 2004 Least Goals Allowed 7 1990 Win-Loss Percentage .926 1990 Consecutive Shutouts 6 1990 Goals Against Average 0.244 1990

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Goals Scored Goals Allowed

AN EVANSVILLE TEAM

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1985 (vs. Louisville, W, 15-0) 1974 (vs. Ball State, L, 9-0)

THE LAST TIME...

Posted Consecutive Shutouts Oct. 17 & Oct. 20, 2012 (1-0 vs. SIUE; 1-0 vs. Central Ark.) Were Shut Out in Consecutive Matches Sept. 19 & Sept. 22, 2012 (3-0 at Butler; 2-0 vs. Kentucky) Played to a Scoreless Tie Oct. 9, 2011 (at Central Arkansas) Scored 4 Goals Sept. 30, 2012 (W, 4-0, vs. Oral Roberts) Allowed 4 Goals Sept. 15, 2012 (L, 4-1, at Saint Louis) Scored 5 Goals Nov. 6, 2010 (W, 5-0, vs. Central Arkansas) Allowed 5 Goals Oct. 14, 2006 (L, 5-2, vs. Drake) Scored 6 Goals or More Sept. 10, 2010 (W, 9-0, vs. Alabama A&M) Allowed 6 Goals or More Sept. 25, 2005 (L, 6-2, vs. Dayton) Scored 4 Goals or More in a Half Sept. 10, 2010 (6, 1st Half, vs. Alabama A&M)

AN EVANSVILLE PLAYER

Scored 4 Goals Sept. 20, 1991 (Graham Merryweather vs. Detroit) Recorded 3 Assists Sept. 27, 1996 (Jose Londono vs. Tulsa)

Seven times Last: Graham Merryweather 1991 Charles Oladapo 1975 Graham Merryweather 1991 David Weir 1990 Rob Paterson 1989

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

BIll VIETH

BOB GAUDIN

1974-1976 (3 YEARS) 12-22-0

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1977-1978 (2 YEARS) 21-13-1

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1974 (3-8-0) COACH: BILL VIETH 0 Ball State 0 Kentucky 2 Southern Illinois 1 St. Meinrad 3 DePauw 1 Wabash Valley 1 Southern Illinois 3 Vincennes 0 Bellarmine 6 Butler 4 Indiana State 21

9 5 7 3 8 7 3 0 2 1 2 47

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1975 (6-6-0) COACH: BILL VIETH 1 DePauw 1 Wabash 0 Kentucky 5 Vincennes 3 St. Meinrad 0 Ball State 1 Murray State 8 Vincennes 2 Bellarmine 7 Butler 3 Murray State 1 Indiana State 32

6 2 5 1 0 5 2 0 1 1 2 2 28

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1976 (3-8-0) COACH: BILL VIETH 4 Vincennes (H) 2 Maryville (H) 1 Wabash (A) 0 St. Francis (H) 4 St. Meinrad (H) 0 Washington (Mo.) (A) 0 Ball State (A) 1 DePauw (H) 3 Parks College (H) 1 Bellarmine (A) 0 McKendree (A) 16

0 5 2 3 2 6 6 7 0 2 1 34

1979-2002 (24 YEARS) 302-165-49

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1977 (8-7-1) COACH: BOB GAUDIN 5 Alabama-Huntsville (H) 4 Ball State (H) 6 Purdue-Calumet (H) 0 Cincinnati (A) 1 Xavier (A) 5 St. Francis (H) 0 Wabash (H) 4 Washington (Mo.) (H) 10 Maryville (H) 0 Missouri-St. Louis (A) 6 Blackburn (A) 6 Bellarmine (H) 1 DePauw (A) 1 Alabama A&M (H) 0 McKendree (H) 1 Notre Dame (H) 50

2 0 1 3 1 2 6 2 0 1 2 1 2 5 3 4 35

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1978 (13-6-0) COACH: BOB GAUDIN 2 St. Louis (H) 0 UCLA (H) 4 Wisconsin (A) 3 Milwaukee (A) 6 Blackburn (H) 4 Washington (Mo.) (A) 3 Dayton (A) 7 Xavier (H) 4 Cincinnati (H) 5 Benedictine (A) 3 Illinois-Chicago (H) 1 Ohio (H) 2 Missouri-St. Louis (H) 0 Indiana (H) 5 Oakland (H) 0 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 Quincy (A) 1 Alabama-Huntsville (A) 1 Alabama A&M (A) 52

4 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 21

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

1979 (9-5-6) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 2 Illinois State (H) 4 Ohio (A) 0 St. Louis (A) 2 Washington (Mo.) (H) 5 Bowling Green (H) 0 Western Michigan (H) 5 Dayton (H) 2 Alabama-Huntsville (H) 2 SIU Edwardsville (A) 1 Alabama A&M (H) 0 Missouri-St. Louis (A) 3 Oakland (A) 1 Cleveland State (A) 3 Wheaton (A) 0 Indiana (N) 2 Eastern Illinois (A) 2 Quincy (H) 0 Indiana (A) 1 Milwaukee (H) 1 Cincinnati (A) 36

0 0 3 2 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 4 2 0 23

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

1980 (12-6-3) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 4 Illinois State (H) 3 Xavier (A) 3 Miami (Ohio) (A) 3 Cincinnati (H) 0 Akron (A) 4 Western Michigan (A) 3 Oakland (H) 2 SIU Edwardsville (H) 2 Bowling Green (A) 2 Washington (Mo.) (H) 2 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 Cleveland State (H) 1 Alabama A&M (H) 0 SMU (A) 8 TCU (A) 1 Quincy (A) 6 Vanderbilt (A) 2 Indiana (H) 0 Milwaukee (A) 1 Marquette (A) 6 Purdue (A) 54

1 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 3 0 3 1 0 0 26

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1981 (11-8-3) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 4 Miami (Ohio) (H) 2 SIU-Edwardsville (A) 1 Illinois State (A) 3 St. Louis (H) 5 Xavier (H) 1 Indiana State (A) 2 William & Mary (N) 0 Loyola (Md.) (A) 0 Navy (A) 1 TCU (H) 1 Washington (Mo.) (A) 4 Western Michigan (H) 1 Green Bay (H) 1 Cleveland State (A) 1 Akron (H) 0 Eastern Illinois (A) 2 Quincy (H) 4 Vanderbilt (H) 0 Indiana (A) 5 Milwaukee (H) 7 Marquette (H) 1 Bowling Green (H) 46

1982 (15-3-4) NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ L 1 SIU Edwardsville (H) W 4 Washington (Mo.) (H) W 5 Illinois State (H) W 3 Missouri S&T (H) T 0 Milwaukee (A) W 4 Marquette (A) T 1 Eastern Illinois (N) T 1 Colorado College (N) W 3 Air Force (A) W 4 Kentucky (H) W 3 Cleveland State (H) W 5 Western Kentucky (H) W 2 Akron (A) W 1 Western Michigan (A) W 4 Loyola (Ill.) (H) W 3 Wisconsin (H) W 5 Vanderbilt (A) T 1 Indiana (H) W 1 Xavier (A) W 4 UL Monroe (H) L 1 Bowling Green (A) L *0 Indiana (A) 56 *NCAA Tournament

T L W W T L W T L L

1 0 2 6 0 0 7 1 1 2

1983 (13-5-4) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ UCLA (N) UNLV (A) Xavier (H) Kentucky Wesleyan (H) Cleveland State (A) Milwaukee (H) Louisville (A) Marquette (H) SIU Edwardsville (A) George Mason (N)

1 5 1 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 4 0 4 0 1 0 32

3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 15

1 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 4 3

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2 Illinois State (A) 1 Tulsa (H) 2 Akron (H) 3 Western Kentucky (A) 3 Loyola (Ill.) (A) 2 Wisconsin (A) 3 Vanderbilt (H) 1 Indiana (A) 1 St. Louis (H) 5 Cincinnati (H) 1 Dayton (H) 2 Bowling Green (H) 46

1984 (17-5-0) NCAA SECOND ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 3 Loyola (Ill.) (H) W 3 Xavier (A) W 3 SIU Edwardsville (H) W 4 Milwaukee (A) L 1 Marquette (A) W 2 Central Florida (A) W 2 South Florida (A) W 1 Louisville (H) W 2 Cleveland State (H) W 2 Tulsa (A) W 2 Quincy (A) W 2 Green Bay (H) L 2 Akron (H) L 0 Wisconsin (H) W 6 Western Kentucky (H) W 2 Eastern Illinois (H) L 3 Indiana (H) W 4 Bowling Green (A) W 8 Dayton (A) W 2 Vanderbilt (H) W *3 Akron (H) L *0 Indiana (A) 57 *NCAA Tournament

0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 21

0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 5 26

1985 (21-1-2) NCAA FINAL FOUR COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 2 Western Michigan (H) W 5 Quincy (A) W 4 Green Bay (A) W 1 Akron (H) W 4 Notre Dame (H) W 10 Jacksonville (A) T 0 South Florida (A) W 3 Marquette (H) W 2 SIU Edwardsville (A) W 2 Eastern Illinois (A) W 2 Cleveland State (A) W 3 Western Kentucky (A) W 4 Bowling Green (H) W 9 Kentucky Wesleyan (H) W 7 Loyola (Ill.) (A) W 2 Wisconsin (A) W 6 Xavier (H) W 3 Indiana (A) W 3 Milwaukee (H) T 1 St. Louis (H) W 15 Louisville (H) W *3 Indiana (H) W *1 Penn State (H) L *1 UCLA (H) 93 *NCAA Tournament

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

4 4 3 1 1 •1 2 •1 6 1 0 3 2

1986 (17-3-2) NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ Davidson (H) Hartwick (A) American (N) SIU Edwardsville (H) Marquette (N) Milwaukee (A) St. Louis (A) SMU (N) Cleveland State (H) Wisconsin (H) Old Dominion (H) Florida International (H) Bowling Green (A)

1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 15

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1

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W 2 Green Bay (H) W 2 Western Kentucky (H) W 7 Louisville (A) W 4 Eastern Illinois (H) W 6 Loyola (Ill.) (H) L 0 Akron (A) T •1 Indiana (H) W 2 Notre Dame (A) L *•1 Akron (H) 54 *NCAA Tournament ; • (OT)

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 12

1987 (16-8-0) MCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPION NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 5 Louisville (H) 0 W 2 SMU (N) 1 L 1 South Carolina (N) 2 L 2 North Carolina State (N) 3 W •1 Duke (A) 0 W 7 Western Kentucky (A) 0 L 0 St. Louis (H) 1 L •0 SIU Edwardsville (A) 1 W 1 Wake Forest (H) 0 W 1 Seton Hall (H) 0 W 2 Milwaukee (H) 0 W 5 Marquette (H) 1 W 2 Wisconsin (A) 1 W 3 Loyola (Ill.) (A) 0 L 0 Eastern Illinois (A) 1 L 0 Indiana (A) 1 L 2 Cleveland State (A) 3 W 1 Memphis (H) 0 W 5 Dayton (H) 0 W (m)3 Xavier (N) 0 W (m)2 St. Louis (N) 1 L *1 Clemson (H) 2 53 18 *NCAA Tournament ; (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT)

1988 (15-5-2) NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 3 UCLA (N) 1 L •3 North Carolina (N) 4 W 3 Louisville (H) 0 T •2 St. Louis (A) 2 W 3 SIU Edwardsville (H) 0 W 1 Wisconsin (H) 0 W 5 Dayton (A) 0 W 2 Western Kentucky (H) 0 L 0 Akron (A) 1 W 3 George Washington (H) 0 T •0 Santa Clara (H) 0 W 1 Bowling Green (A) 0 W 2 Milwaukee (A) 1 W 2 Marquette (N) 0 L 0 So. Connecticut St. (N) 1 W •1 Clemson (A) 0 W 2 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 W 1 Cleveland State (H) 0 W 1 Indiana (H) 0 W (m)5 Loyola (Ill.) (N) 0 L (m)0 Notre Dame (N) 2 L *1 Fresno State (H) 2 41 15 *NCAA Tournament; (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT)

W W W W W W W W L W W W W L

1989 (19-4-0) MCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPION NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 1 Penn State (N) 2 Vermont (N) 4 Xavier (A) 3 St. Louis (H) 6 Dayton (H) 3 American (N) 2 George Mason (A) 2 Western Kentucky (H) 0 St. Louis (A) 3 Dayton (A) 2 Drake (H) 3 Milwaukee (H) 1 Akron (H) 2 Eastern Illinois (A)

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W 5 Wright State (H) 0 W 4 Wisconsin (A) 0 W 4 Memphis (A) 0 W 2 Xavier (H) 0 L 0 Indiana (A) 4 W (m)2 Loyola (N) 1 W (m)2 Dayton (N) 1 W (m)4 St. Louis (A) 1 L *0 SMU (H) 1 57 16 *NCAA Tournament; (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT) 1990 (24-1-2) MCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPION NCAA FINAL FOUR COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 5 Eastern Illinois (H) 0 W 1 St. Louis (A) 0 T •0 Milwaukee (A) 0 W 3 Wright State (A) 1 W 3 Louisville (H) 0 T •1 Stanford (N) 1 W 2 San Francisco (A) 1 W 3 Dayton (A) 0 W 4 Butler (H) 0 W 2 Cal State Northridge (H) 0 W 4 George Mason (H) 0 W •2 Western Kentucky (A) 1 W 2 Memphis (H) 0 W 2 Air Force (H) 1 W 5 Xavier (H) 0 W 3 Loyola (Ill.) (N) 0 W 2 Marquette (A) 0 W 5 Wisconsin (H) 0 W 3 Detroit (H) 0 W 2 Notre Dame (H) 0 W 2 Akron (A) 1 W 5 Xavier (N) 0 W (m)•6 Dayton (N) 0 W (m)1 St. Louis (A) 0 W *•1 Boston U. (H) 0 W *1 Indiana (H) 0 L *0 Rutgers (N) 1 68 7 *NCAA Tournament; (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT)

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1991 (15-5-3) MCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPION NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 2 Simon Fraser (N) 0 Portland (A) 1 Tulsa (H) •1 Wisconsin (A) 2 Xavier (A) 0 St. Louis (H) 8 Detroit (A) •0 Notre Dame (A) 1 South Alabama (H) 1 South Carolina (H) 3 Butler (A) 1 Milwaukee (H) 5 Dayton (H) 2 Louisville (A) 1 Loyola (Ill.) (H) 4 Marquette (H) •2 Charlotte (N)

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W 2 Fresno State (N) 0 T •1 Western Kentucky (A) 1 W 1 Akron (H) 0 W (m)2 Dayton (N) 0 W (m)2 Notre Dame (N) 0 L *0 Wisconsin (A) 1 40 18 *NCAA Tournament; (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT) 1992 (11-9-3) MCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPION NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 5 Louisville (H) 1 W 2 Kentucky (H) 1 L 2 Milwaukee (A) 3 W 2 Wisconsin (N) 0 T •0 UNLV (N) 0 L 0 Fresno State (A) 1 W 4 La Salle (H) 0 L 0 Portland (H) 1 W 3 Loyola (Ill.) (A) 0 W 2 Butler (H) 1 L •1 St. Louis (A) 3 L 0 Notre Dame (H) 1 T •1 Xavier (H) 1 W 4 Detroit (H) 2 L 0 Indiana (H) 1 L 0 South Carolina (H) 2 L 0 Brown (N) 1 W •1 Akron (A) 0 T •0 Dayton (A) 0 W (m)•2 Detroit (N) 1 W (m)3 Notre Dame (N) 2 W (m)2 La Salle (N) 1 L *1 Indiana (H) 4 35 27 *NCAA Tournament; (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT) 1993 (6-13-2) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ L •3 Hartford (N) L 0 Vermont (A) W 3 Dayton (H) L 2 Xavier (A) W 2 Butler (A) L 0 Notre Dame (A) L •2 Fresno State (H) L 0 New Mexico (H) L 0 Wisconsin (H) T •1 Milwaukee (H) L 0 St. Louis (H) L 0 Marquette (A) L •3 Green Bay (N) W 4 Kentucky (H) T •1 Detroit (A) W 7 La Salle (A) L 0 Loyola (Md.) (A) W 3 Loyola (Ill.) (H) L 0 Akron (H) W (m)•3 Loyola (Ill.) (N) L (m)0 Detroit (N) 34 (m) MCC Tournament; • (OT)

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1994 (10-8-2) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 6 Oral Roberts (H) L •1 Louisville (A) W 4 Tulsa (A) W 2 Texas-Pan American (N) W 1 New Mexico (A) T •4 Washington (H) W 2 Butler (H) T •1 Missouri State (H) L •3 Wisconsin (A) L 1 Illinois State (A) L 1 Creighton (A) L 1 Western Kentucky (H) L 2 Green Bay (H) W 1 Vermont (H) L 1 Indiana (H) W 3 Kentucky (A) W 4 Bradley (H) W 1 Drake (H) W 2 St. Louis (A) L (m)2 Creighton (A) 43 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT) 1995 (10-7-3) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ L •1 Butler (A) W 5 Xavier (H) L 1 Cal State Fullerton (N) T •2 San Diego (A) L 0 Wisconsin (H) W 4 Drake (A) W •4 Hartwick (N) W 1 Army (A) W 2 Wright State (H) L 2 Cal State Northridge (H) L 1 St. Louis (H) W •3 Missouri State (A) W 2 Tulsa (H) L 1 Creighton (H) W 4 Western Kentucky (A) T •2 Indiana (A) W 2 Bradley (A) T •1 Memphis (H) W (m)4 Tulsa (H) L (m)1 Creighton (H) 43 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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1996 (18-5-0) MVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPION NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 1 UMKC (H) 4 Louisville (H) 4 Butler (H) 5 Xavier (A) 3 UC Irvine (N) 0 UNLV (A) 3 Army (H) 7 Tulsa (H) •1 Wisconsin (A) 5 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 Memphis (A) 3 Western Kentucky (H)

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W 3 Coll. of Charleston (N) 2 L 1 South Carolina (A) 3 L 1 Creighton (A) 2 W 2 Drake (A) 0 W 3 Bradley (H) 2 W 3 St. Louis (A) 1 W •2 Marquette (H) 1 W 4 Missouri State (H) 2 W (m)•1 Missouri State (N) 0 W (m)•3 Creighton (A) 2 L *1 Indiana (A) 4 61 29 *NCAA Tournament; (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT) 1997 (9-10-1) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ L 2 Butler (A) L •2 South Florida (A) W 1 Navy (N) W 2 Vanderbilt (A) W •2 Western Illinois (H) W 2 Xavier (H) L 0 Portland (N) L 1 Washington (A) T •1 UNLV (H) W 1 San Diego (H) W 1 Eastern Illinois (A) L •1 Indiana (A) L 0 St. Louis (H) L 0 Western Kentucky (A) W 3 Bradley (A) W •3 Wisconsin (H) L 0 Creighton (H) W 2 Drake (H) L 1 Missouri State (A) L (m)0 Drake (H) 25 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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1998 (6-14-0) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 3 Denver (H) 0 Ohio State (A) 0 Bowling Green (N) •0 Wisconsin (A) 4 IUPUI (H) 2 St. Louis (A) 0 Xavier (A) 0 Butler (H) 4 Drury (H) 2 UMKC (H) 0 Missouri State (H) •1 Indiana (H) •1 Coll. of Charleston (N) 0 South Carolina (A) 1 Creighton (A) 4 Drake (A) 0 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 Bradley (H) 2 Vanderbilt (H) 1 Western Kentucky (H) 26 • (OT)

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1999 (10-9-1) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 4 Wisconsin (H) L 1 Washington (N) L 0 Portland (A) W 3 UNC Asheville (H) W •2 Xavier (H) W 5 Belmont (H) W 1 Mercer (H) L 1 Ohio State (H) L 2 Butler (A) W 5 Drury (H) L 0 Indiana (A) W 1 Bradley (A) T •2 Eastern Illinois (A) L 1 Vanderbilt (A) L 1 Western Kentucky (A) W 1 Creighton (H) W 1 Drake (H) L •2 Missouri State (H) W (m)2 Vanderbilt (A) L (m)•0 Missouri State (N) 35 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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2000 (4-10-3) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ 0 Marquette (A) 3 Florida International (A) •2 Central Florida (N) •1 Akron (N) 0 Butler (H) 5 Xavier (A) 1 Vanderbilt (H) 6 Belmont (H) •0 Creighton (A) 1 Drake (A) 1 SMU (H) 1 TCU (H) •0 Missouri State (A) 1 Tulsa (A) 0 Bradley (H) 1 Eastern Illinois (H) 4 Western Kentucky (H) 27 • (OT)

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2001 (7-10-1) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ Louisville (H) UNC Asheville (A) Cal State Northridge (N) Fresno State (A) New Mexico (H) Portland (H) Davidson (H) Drury (H) Missouri State (H) Western Kentucky (H) Vanderbilt (H) Eastern Illinois (A) Bradley (A) Drake (A) Creighton (A) Tulsa (H) SMU (H)

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L (m)3 Creighton (A) 28 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT) 2002 (7-11-2) COACH: FRED SCHMALZ W 2 Western Illinois (H) W 2 UNC Asheville (H) W 2 Marquette (H) T •0 Valparaiso (A) W •2 UNLV (N) L •1 New Mexico (A) T •2 Fresno State (H) L 0 South Carolina (H) L 2 Michigan (H) W •2 Butler (A) L 2 Tulsa (A) L 1 SMU (A) W 3 Missouri State (A) L 0 Drake (H) L 0 Creighton (H) W 4 Western Kentucky (A) L 1 Vanderbilt (A) L 1 Eastern Illinois (H) L •1 Bradley (H) L (m)0 SMU (A) 29 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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2003-2005 (3 YEARS) 17-34-5 2003 (9-7-3) COACH: DAVE GOLAN 1 DePaul (N) •2 Northwestern (A) 5 Valparaiso (H) 0 Michigan (A) 0 Marquette (A) 2 Drexel (H) 1 Memphis (H) •1 Ohio State (A) 3 Butler (H) 3 #7 SMU (H) 2 Tulsa (H) 0 Creighton (A) •1 Drake (A) 1 Bradley (A)

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W 1 Eastern Illinois (A) W 2 Missouri State (H) W 2 Vanderbilt (H) L 0 Western Kentucky (H) L (m)0 Western Kentucky (A) 27 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT) 2004 (6-13-1) COACH: DAVE GOLAN W 2 Wisconsin (A) T •1 Milwaukee (N) L 1 #4 Notre Dame (A) L 0 #1 Indiana (N) L 1 DePaul (N) L 1 Dayton (A) L 1 Memphis (A) L 1 Alabama A&M (H) W •2 Northwestern (H) L 1 Vanderbilt (A) W 3 Western Kentucky (A) L 0 Butler (A) L 1 Missouri State (A) L 1 Bradley (H) W •3 Eastern Illinois (H) L 0 SMU (A) L 0 Tulsa (A) W 2 #7 Creighton (H) W •2 Drake (H) L (m)1 #18 Creighton (A) 24 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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2005 (2-14-1) COACH: DAVE GOLAN 0 Akron (A) •2 Lipscomb (A) 0 Memphis (H) 2 Bowling Green (H) 1 Birmingham Southern (N) 0 #23 UAB (A) 0 Belmont (H) 2 Dayton (H) 0 Alabama A&M (A) 3 Oral Roberts (H) 0 Drake (A) •0 Vanderbilt (H) 0 Western Kentucky (H) 1 #24 Missouri State (A) 0 Bradley (A) 0 Creighton (H) 1 Eastern Illinois (H) 12 • (OT)

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2006-PRESENT (7 YEARS) 61-61-7 2006 (9-8-0) COACH: MIKE JACOBS L •4 Valparaiso (A) W 3 Green Bay (H) W •2 Butler (H) W 3 Central Arkansas (N) W 3 Air Force (N) W 3 North Florida (H) L 0 Stony Brook (H) L 0 Belmont (A) W 4 Bowling Green (A) L •1 Bradley (H) W 2 UMKC (H) L 1 Eastern Illinois (A) W 1 Missouri State (H) L 2 Drake (H) L 0 #24 Creighton (A) W •2 Western Kentucky (A) L (m)0 Drake (N) 31 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT) 2007 (10-9-1) COACH: MIKE JACOBS L 1 Oral Roberts (N) L 1 Memphis (A) W 4 Belmont (H) W 4 Valparaiso (H) W 2 Denver (N) L 2 Green Bay (A) W 3 Mercer (H) L 1 IPFW (H) W •1 UMKC (A) W •3 Butler (A) W 3 Western Kentucky (H) L 1 Drake (A) L 0 Bradley (A) W 4 Eastern Illinois (H) L 1 #10 Indiana (A) W 9 Lipscomb (A) W 2 Missouri State (A) L 1 #11 Creighton (H) T (m)•2 Missouri State (N) (UE wins shootout 5-3) L (m)0 Creighton (A) 45 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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2008 (9-7-2) COACH: MIKE JACOBS W 2 Detroit (N) W 3 Central Arkansas (N) W 3 Butler (H) W 1 North Florida (H) W 3 Valparaiso (H) L 2 UC Santa Barbara (A) L 0 Cal Poly (A) W 6 Centenary (H) L •2 #16 Indiana (H) W 1 Western Illinois (A) T •0 Lipscomb (H) L 2 #2 Creighton (A) L 0 Missouri State (H) L 0 #6 Maryland (A) W 3 Eastern Illinois (A) W •2 Bradley (H) L 1 #25 Drake (H) T (m)•0 Bradley (H) (Bradley wins shootout 5-4) 31 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT) 2009 (12-8-1) COACH: MIKE JACOBS L 0 SIU Edwardsville (H) W 3 UNC Greensboro (N) L 0 #1 North Carolina (A) W 4 Xavier (N) W 2 Western Michigan (N) W 1 IUPUI (H) W 5 Stony Brook (H) L 4 Western Illinois (H) W 2 Eastern Illinois (A) L 1 Creighton (A) W 2 Eastern Illinois (H) L 0 #22 Drake (A) W 3 Bradley (H) T •1 Creighton (H) L 0 Missouri State (H) W 1 Drake (H) L 0 Indiana (A) L 0 #22 Missouri State (A) W 2 Bradley (H) W (m)•2 Missouri State (N) L (m)1 Drake (A) 34 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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2010 (7-10-1) COACH: MIKE JACOBS Washington (N) #19 Portland (A) Alabama A&M (H) East Tennessee State (H) Belmont (H) Xavier (H) Western Illinois (A) Kentucky (H) Indiana (A) #12 Butler (A) Drake (A) SIU Edwardsville (H) Creighton (H) Missouri State (A)

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L 1 Bradley (A) W 3 Eastern Illinois (H) W 5 Central Arkansas (H) L (m)0 Missouri State (N) 33 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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2011 (5-11-1) COACH: MIKE JACOBS 2 IUPUI (N) 0 Wright State (N) 0 Marist (H) •3 Eastern Illinois (H) 4 Loyola (Ill.) (N) •2 Memphis (N) 2 #21 Kentucky (A) 4 Belmont (A) 0 SIUE (A) 1 Drake (H) 0 Missouri State (H) •0 Central Arkansas (A) 0 Butler (H) 1 #10 Indiana (H) 1 Bradley (H) 0 Western Illinois (H) 0 #2 Creighton (A) 20 • (OT)

2012 (9-8-1) COACH: MIKE JACOBS W 2 Lipscomb (H) W 2 Belmont (H) W •3 Georgia State (A) W 2 Cincinnati (H) L 1 St. Louis (A) L 0 Butler (A) L 0 Kentucky (H) W 4 Oral Roberts (H) W 3 Eastern Illinois (A) L 0 Marshall (H) W 2 Missouri State (A) L 0 Bradley (A) W 1 SIU Edwardsville (H) W 1 Central Arkansas (H) L 0 #16 Indiana (A) T •2 Drake (A) L 1 #16 Creighton (H) L (m)1 Drake (N) 25 (m) MVC Tournament; • (OT)

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