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2012 Aces Soccer Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Aug. 15 vs. UIndy (exhibition)

Evansville, Ind.

6 p.m.

Aug. 19 vs. Wisconsin (exhibition)

Angola, Ind.

1 p.m.

Aug. 24 vs. Lipscomb Evansville, Ind.

7 p.m.

Aug. 26 vs. Belmont Evansville, Ind.

2 p.m.

Sept. 1 at Georgia State

6 p.m.

Atlanta, Ga.

ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic Sept. 7 Bradley vs. Cincinnati

Evansville, Ind.

5 p.m.

Sept. 7 vs. Portland Evansville, Ind. 7:30 p.m. Sept. 9 Portland vs. Bradley

Evansville, Ind.

12 p.m.

Sept. 9 vs. Cincinnati Evansville, Ind. 2:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Saint Louis

St. Louis, Mo.

7 p.m.

Sept. 19 at Butler

Indianapolis, Ind.

6 p.m.

Sept. 22 vs. Kentucky Evansville, Ind.

7 p.m.

Sept. 30 vs. Oral Roberts Evansville, Ind.

2 p.m.

Oct. 2

4 p.m.

at Eastern Illinois

Charleston, Ill.

Oct. 6 vs. Marshall Evansville, Ind.

7 p.m.

Oct. 10 at Missouri State*

Springfield, Mo.

7 p.m.

Oct. 13 at Bradley*

Peoria, Ill.

6:30 p.m.

Oct. 17 vs. SIU Edwardsville* Evansville, Ind.

7 p.m.

Oct. 20 vs. Central Arkansas* Evansville, Ind.

7 p.m.

Oct. 24 at Indiana

Bloomington, Ind.

6 p.m.

Oct. 27 at Drake*

Des Moines, Iowa

7 p.m.

Nov. 3 vs. Creighton* Evansville, Ind. Nov. 7-11 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Home games in bold and played at Arad McCutchan Stadium * Missouri Valley Conference match All times Central and subject to change.

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7 p.m. Peoria, Ill.

general information Name.............................................................University of Evansville Enrollment....................................................................................2,471 Founded..........................................................................................1854 Nickname..........................................................................Purple Aces Colors....Purple, White, Orange (PMS: Purple 2617; Orange 165) Conference.............................................Missouri Valley Conference President................................................................Dr. Thomas Kazee Director of Athletics...................................................... John Stanley Faculty Representative........................................Dr. Tamara Wandel Athletics Website..........................................www.gopurpleaces.com 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 Coaching Staff/Support Staff Head Coach.................................Mike Jacobs (Pace University, ‘93) Record at Evansville........................................... 52-53-6 (6 seasons) Overall..............................................................81-93-11 (10 seasons) Associate Head Coach...................... Marshall Ray (Evansville, ‘00) Year at Evansville.................................................................... Seventh Assistant Coach.................... Michael Pereira (UNC Asheville, ‘08) Year at Evansville..................................................................... Second Assistant Coach...................... Tad Kreamalmeyer (Evansville, ‘12) Soccer Office Phone..................................................... 812-488-2176 2011 in Review Overall Record.................................................................5-11-1 (.324) MVC Record......................................................................0-5-1 (.083) MVC Finish.............................................................................. Seventh Home.............................................................................................1-7-0 Away...............................................................................................1-3-1 Neutral...........................................................................................3-1-0 Program History First Year of Soccer at Evansville..............................................1974 All-Time Record..................................................... 404-287-61 (.578) First Year in MVC.........................................................................1994 All-Time MVC Record.................................................52-73-6 (.420) MVC Tournament Championships......................................1 (1996) NCAA Postseason Appearances.................................................... 11 ..............................‘1982, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘96 2012 Team Information Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................15/9 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................7/4 Newcomers.......................................................................................... 8 Evansville Sports Information Sports Information Director.........................................Bob Pristash Office Phone.................................................................. 812-488-2285 Cell Phone...................................................................... 812-266-5288 Email................................................................ rp113@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 regarded as one of 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 was one of only nine programs in the nation in 2008 to rank in the Soccer Times Top 25, achieve a team GPA of 3.0 or higher (our 3.22 GPA was 12th highest in the nation), 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,

Coach Jacobs

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Cory Elenio Carolina Railhawks

Alec Dufty, current Chicago Fire GK, played with the US U-20 National Team.

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"The

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ranked among the “Best by U.S.

News & World Report

13-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio Average class size of 18 80 different areas of study Over 44 states 50 countries over

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2012 Roster

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

Name Pos. Robert Randant GK Brandon Causey D Nate Opperman F Charlie Macias D Ryan Coates D Joel Nash MF Mark Anthony Gonzalez MF Nick Schroeder D Dylan Terry F Luis Romero MF Faik Hajderovic F Patrick Hodges D Peter May MF/D Alex Kapsalis MF/D Joel Craig MF Vince DiPrimio MF/D Kevin Schafer D Eric Teppen GK Mack Hasinger F Jesse Sharp F Kyle Wilson F/D Nick Lewis MF Ryan Stallings F

Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Ht. 5-11 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 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-11 5-10

Alphabetical

Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School 165 Sr. Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville 170 R-So. Prospect, Ky./North Oldham 170 Fr. Olathe, Kan./Olathe South 150 So. Westerville, Ohio/St. Charles Prep 150 Fr. Springboro, Ohio/Springboro 150 Jr. Birmingham, Ala./Learning Community Intl. 155 Fr. Toronto, Canada/Robert F. Hall 180 So. Brighton, Mich./Brighton 165 So. Louisville, Ky./Male 150 So. Louisville, Ky./Male 145 Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Mehlville 160 So. Evansville, Ind./Harrison 175 So. Bowling Green, Ky./Bowling Green 165 Jr. Fishers, Ind./Fishers 175 So. Sunbury, Ohio/Big Walnut 165 Fr. Bloomington, Ind./Bloomington North 170 So. Albuquerque, N.M./Shattuck-St. Mary’s 200 So. Evansville, Ind./Harrison 145 Fr. Morton, Ill./Morton 165 Sr. Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw Community 150 Fr. Evansville, Ind./Mater Dei 155 Fr. Beaverton, Ore./Beaverton 155 So. Coxs Creek, Ky./Nelson County

Mike Jacobs (Seventh season, Pace University, 1993) Marshall Ray (Seventh season, Evansville, 2000) Michael Pereira (Second season, UNC Asheville, 2008) Tad Kreamalmeyer (First season, Evansville, 2012)

No. Name Pos. 2 Brandon Causey D 5 Ryan Coates D 15 Joel Craig MF 16 Vince DiPrimio MF/D 7 Mark Anthony Gonzalez MF 11 Faik Hajderovic F 19 Mack Hasinger F 12 Patrick Hodges D 14 Alex Kapsalis MF/D 22 Nick Lewis MF 4 Charlie Macias D 13 Peter May MF/D 6 Joel Nash MF 3 Nate Opperman F 1 Robert Randant GK 10 Luis Romero MF 17 Kevin Schafer D 8 Nick Schroeder D 20 Jesse Sharp F 23 Ryan Stallings F 18 Eric Teppen GK 9 Dylan Terry F 21 Kyle Wilson F/D

BY Position Goalkeepers................................ 2 Defenders.................................... 6 Midfielders................................... 8 Forwards...................................... 7

BY CLASS Seniors (2) Robert Randant .....................GK Jesse Sharp .................................F Juniors (2) Joel Nash ................................ MF Alex Kapsalis.......................... MF

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Sophomores (11) Brandon Causey........................D Charlie Macias............................D Nick Schroeder .........................D Dylan Terry.................................F Luis Romero........................... MF Patrick Hodges..........................D Peter May................................. MF Joel Craig................................. MF

Kevin Schafer............................D Eric Teppen............................GK Ryan Stallings..............................F

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Freshmen (8) Nate Opperman.........................F Ryan Coates ..............................D Mark Anthony Gonzalez...... MF Faik Hajderovic..........................F Vince DiPrimio...................... MF Mack Hasinger............................F Kyle Wilson.................................F Nick Lewis............................... MF

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Coach Bios

Mike Jacobs

7th

Season

Head Coach Evansville 2005-Present Iona College 1996-1999

Position....................................................... Head Coach Experience at Evansville.....................Seventh Season Record ar Evansville....................52-53-6 (6 seasons) Overall Record...........................81-93-11 (10 seasons) Alma Mater................................ Pace University, 1993 Birthplace......................................... Nyack, New York Pronunciation.............................................Mike Jacobs

Entering his seventh season as head coach, Mike Jacobs has made University of Evansville Soccer one of UE’s premier athletic programs. He has led the Aces to four winning seasons in his six years, and to the finals of the 2009 State Farm MVC Tournament.

Assistant Coach Duke 2002-05 Evansville 2000-2002

A longtime advocate for the growth of soccer at the youth, collegiate and professional levels, Jacobs was elected in January 2012 as Vice President for Events of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, the largest coaching organization in the world with more than 30,000 members.

Professional Coaching Experience Assistant Long Island Rough Riders North Jersey Imperials

He was first elected to the NSCAA Board of Directors in 2009. The NSCAA Executive Committee, of which Jacobs is now a member, provides leadership and sets policy for youth, high school, college and professional soccer in the United States.

Playing Experience Pace University

“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 humbling to serve in this fashion in the largest coaching organization in the world.”

1989-1994

Education Pace BA, Literature/Communications (Secondary Education Minor) 1993 Honors • MAAC Coach of the Year (1997) • NSCAA National Assistant Coach of the Year (2004) • Board of Directors NSCAA • Vice President for Events NSCAA

Jacobs is expected to become the Association’s President in 2015. As involved as he is with the game at the national level, Jacobs’ main focus is on the Aces’ soccer program. Jacobs took over the UE program in 2006, and in his first year the Aces produced the nation’s most improved record at 9-8-0. That wasn’t all. UE in 2006 posted its best non-conference record (7-3-0) since 1996, and the Purple Aces’ fifth place finish in the highly regarded Missouri Valley Conference was their highest since 1999. In 2007, playing a more difficult schedule, the Aces won 10 games for the first time since 1999. They climbed two more places in the MVC standings, finishing third behind two teams that eventually reached the NCAA Sweet 16. UE also reached the MVC Tournament semifinals for the first time since 1999. And, two years after averaging less than one goal per game, the 2007 Aces finished sixth nationally in scoring with 45 goals. Then in 2008, playing seven teams that were nationally ranked at some time during the season, Jacobs led the Aces to another winning season. Mike Luttrull and Robby Lynch were chosen for the All-Midwest Region Team, and a total of nine members of the squad earned all-Missouri Valley Conference honors. As a result of his efforts, Jacobs in 2008 was awarded with a contract extension

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Head Coach through the 2012 season. The 2008 team was ranked nationally during the course of the season, and rose as high as #21 in the nation by Soccer Times - an amazing feat considering the program had only won 2 games in the 2005 season, the year prior to Jacobs and his staff arriving on campus. Jacobs’ 2009 squad posted UE’s fourth straight winning season, reached the MVC Tournament finals and narrowly missed the NCAA Tournament. A record-tying four players made the All-Midwest Region Team in 2009. In addition, Lynch and Luttrull earned national scholastic honors in 2009. The 2009 team was recognized by each of the major national polls, receiving votes in the Soccer Times and NSCAA national polls as well as being ranked nationally in the Top Drawer Soccer polls. The 2009 season also marked the second consecutive season that the Aces were among the nation’s top 50 in attendance. The 2010 team produced a pair of all-region players in Lynch and defender Aaron Henkle. Lynch was chosen as Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year, and was chosen in January, 2011 by the expansion Portland Timbers in the MLS supplemental draft. Lynch, Henkle, Blake Schneider, Tyler Kincaid, Alex Kapsalis and Philip Manga all earned MVC post-season honors following the 2010 season. In addition, Mike Luttrull was chosen for the second year in a row as an Academic AllAmerican, and Lynch was chosen for the second straight year as an NSCAA Scholar All-American. The 2011 season was full of close encounters, as nine out of 17 contests were decided by one goal. The young squad boasted five all-conference honors with seniors Jarrett Robbins and Aaron Henkle earning second team and honorable mention nods, respectively. With great first-year campaigns, Patrick Hodges, Eric Teppen and Ryan Stallings were named to the Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team.

division); Kyle Helton (formerly with 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). Jacobs holds a USSF ‘A’ license and an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, in addition to recently completing his English League Managers Association (LMA) School of Football Management certificate. In a growing role with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Jacobs has written for NSCAA publications, has coauthored a chapter in the Soccer Coaches Bible along with Coach Rennie, and currently writes a column on soccer for the Sunday Evansville Courier & Press. Jacobs 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. The ProRehab ‘Score with the Aces’ reading program encourages young students to read with their parents. ‘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’ 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 Ed Prom, the MLK 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, have four children: Katherine (14), Daniel (10), Allison (9) and Amanda (7).

Jacobs’ coaching career began shortly after he graduated from Pace University in Pleasantville, N.Y. in 1993. Jacobs served as Head Coach at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y. from 1996-99, and was the 1997 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 ‘97. At age 24, he was the youngest Division I head coach in the country. Jacobs then 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 years at UE, Jacobs from 2002 through 2005 served as the top assistant coach at Duke University, where he helped lead coach John Rennie’s Blue Devils to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including the semifinals of the 2004 College Cup. The 2005 Blue Devils won the ACC Championship. Jacobs was named inaugural winner of the NSCAA National Assistant Coach of the Year award in 2004. He was listed by College Soccer News as one of the ‘Top Assistant Coaches in the Country’ four years in a row. He then returned to Evansville prior to the 2006 season as Head Coach. 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 head coach Alfonso Mondelo. He also assisted with the North Jersey Imperials of the USISL, where he coached current United States Under-23 National Team assistant coach Tim Mulqueen. Jacobs has served on the US Soccer and USL Super Y-League national coaching staffs, and has developed a reputation for identifying and developing professional players. The group includes Stefani Miglioranzi of the Philadelphia Union; Cory Elenio of the Carolina Railhawks; Alec Dufty of AC St Louis; Michael Videira and 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

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Marshall Ray

7th

Season

Position..................................... Associate Head Coach Experience at Evansville.....................Seventh Season Alma Mater.................University of Evansville, 2000 Pronunciation........................................... Marshall Ray

Head Coach Drury 2003-05

Going into his seventh year as Mike Jacobs’ top assistant, and fourth season as associate head coach, Marshall Ray is a major reason why Aces Soccer has become one of UE’s premier sports.

Associate/Assistant Coach Evansville 2006-Present Duke 2005 Drury 2002-03

“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.”

Professional Playing Experience Nashville Metros 2001 Playing Experience Pace University

1989-1994

Education Evansville BS, Environmental Administration 2000

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 defender and forward, and was an MVC Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week during his career. Ray received UE’s Ian Coull Award in 1999 for competitive spirit and teamwork, and was on the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete all-region team. After playing professionally for the A-League Nashville Metros in 2001, Ray spent four years at Drury University. After two years as Drury’s assistant coach, he became the youngest Division I head coach in the country in 2003 at age 25. Both of his teams at Drury received the NSCAA Team Academic Award. Ray had just completed his playing career at UE when Jacobs joined the Evansville staff as assistant coach in 2000. Jacobs left for Duke University as an assistant coach in 2002, and brought Ray to the Duke program after 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 ACC Tournament and were nationally ranked that year. Ray also directed the Duke Soccer Camps. When Jacobs returned to UE from Duke as UE’s 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 holds an NSCAA Advanced National License. Ray serves as Midwest Regional Chair for the NSCAA/Performance Subaru Division I All-America Committee, and as a coach led FC Evansville to IYSA state championships in 2009 and 2010. Marshall lives in Evansville with his wife Julia and their two children, Patrick, 5, and Hilary, 1.

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Michael Pereira

2nd

Season

Assistant Coach Evansville 2011-Present Duke 2005 Drury 2002-03 Playing Experience UNC Asheville

2004-07

Education UNC Asheville BS, Marketing 2008

Position.................................................Assistant Coach Experience at Evansville......................Second Season Alma Mater................................ UNC Asheville, 2008 Pronunciation.........................Michael puh-RARE-uh

Former University of North Carolina at Asheville standout Michael Pereira joined the University of Evansville coaching staff in the spring of 2011. Pereira is a holder of the NSCAA National Diploma, National Goalkeeping Diploma and USSF ‘D’ license. The Cary, N.C. native was a four-year letterman at Asheville from 2004-07, earning Big South All-Tournament, Big South All-Freshmen Team and Big South Player of the Week honors during his career. He also served as a staff member at the UNCA, Clemson and North Carolina State soccer camps during college. Pereira also served as the Triangle Futbol Club head coach for ages 5-18 from 2008-11, and boys’ varsity assistant coach at Green Hope High School. “Mike has an excellent playing and coaching pedigree, and has the potential to become an outstanding young coach,” according to Head Coach Mike Jacobs. “He will be a tremendous asset to our coaching staff, and will assist in all facets of our program.”

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Player Bios

robert Randant

1 Career highs Saves 5

vs. Wright State (9/4/11)

vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Height....................................................................... 5-11 Weight.........................................................................165 Position.........................................................Goalkeeper Year.........................................................................Senior Hometown.............................................Collinsville, Ill. High School..................................................Collinsville Major................................................................... Biology Pronunciation.................................Robert ran-DANT

2011 -- Appeared in four matches with three starts in goal…Logged 295:09 minutes, allowed six goals, made 11 saves (.647) with a 1.83 goals-allowed average and a 1-2-0 record in net… Posted five saves in his 2011 debut against Wright State (9/4)…Made five saves in UE’s 3-2 overtime win over Eastern Illinois (9/11)… Kept the Bruins off the board, playing the final 15:09 minutes of UE’s 4-1 win at Belmont (9/25)…Played all 90 minutes and made one save in UE’ 2-0 loss vs. Western Illinois (11/1). 2010 – Chosen as UE’s Most Improved Player...took over the goalkeeper position in mid-season...played every minute in each of the Aces’ final eight matches...finished the year with 770 minutes played, 11 goals allowed, 23 saves (.676), a 1.28 goals-allowed average and a 3-5-0 record...posted shutouts against SIUEdwardsville, Eastern Illinois and Central Arkansas...made eight saves in a 2-1 overtime loss to Creighton.

Why UE? “Because of the good teacher-tostudent ratio, as well as the great coaching staff the soccer program has to offer.”

2009 – UE’s number two goalkeeper as a freshman, behind Phil Boerger...saw 45 minutes of action...played the second half in Evansville’s 5-3 win over Stony Brook in the final round of the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic, allowing two goals and making one save...saw considerable playing time during the Aces’ spring season in 2010. High School/Club – Led Collinsville High School to the Illinois state finals in 2007, and to a Regional championship in 2008...posted nine solo shutouts and allowed only 0.55 goals as a senior...All-State and All-SWC selection...also made the St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Metro Team...played for the Metro United Soccer Club and St. Louis Scott Gallagher Illinois...key contributor to their Individual US Soccer Developmental Academy teams...member of the USL Super-Y League ODP National Team.

Career History

Randant, Robert

Personal – Robert Daniel Randant...born April 6, 1991 in Granite City, Illinois...son one older Shot% Season GP of DanGand AnneARandant...has Pts Shots sister, Elaine... outstanding student...academic major is biology... 2009 1 0 0 0 0 .000 eventually wants to become a dentist.

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45:00 770:29 295:09 1110:38

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1 23 11 35

Save%

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Player Bios

Brandon Causey

2 Career highs Points 1

vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Goals

Assists 1

vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Shots 2

vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Why UE?

Height......................................................................... 6-1 Weight.........................................................................170 Position............................................................ Defender Year............................................... Redshirt Sophomore Hometown................................................Prospect, Ky. High School.......................................... North Oldham Major............................................................Engineering Pronunciation................................. Brandon CAW-zee

2011 -- Started three matches before suffering a season-ending injury…Totaled one assist, one point, and three shots…Recorded one assist and two shots in UE’s season-opening win over IUPUI (9/2). 2010 – Key player in Evansville’s back four...played in 17 of UE’s 18 matches, and started in 16...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 made four assists–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 United States Youth Soccer Association National Championships in 2008 and 2009 as the Region II (Midwest) champions...also helped lead Javanon FC to the 2008 and 2009 Disney Showcase Finals...AllState selection at North Oldham HS... member of the Kentucky Olympic Development Program. Personal – Brandon David Causey...born Jan. 16, 1992 in Toledo, Ohio...son of David and Karen Causey...has one younger brother, Jacob, and one younger sister, Hannah...expects to major in engineering.

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

Individual Career History Causey, Brandon

Causey’s Career Statistics Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

17 3 20

G

1 0 1

A

4 1 5

Pts Shots

6 1 7

13 3 16

Shot%

.077 .000 .062

SOG

4 0 4

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.308 .000 .250

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

6

G

0

A

0

Pts Shots

0

4

Shot%

.000

SOG

2

.500

0

2012 Men’s 6 University 0 0 0of Evansville 4 .000 2 .50Soccer 0 0

0-0 0-0 31

Player Bios

Nate Opperman

3

Height......................................................................... 6-0 Weight.........................................................................170 Position.............................................................. Forward Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown................................................ Olathe, Kan. High School............................................. Olathe South Major................................................................................. Pronunciation.................................Nate OPPER-man

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A successful goal scorer at the youth and high school levels…A charter member of the Sporting Kansas City developmental academy in the USSDA…Received the 2011 Bob Gansler Award as the Most Outstanding Sporting Kansas City Junior player…Sporting Kansas City 15/16 team’s leading scorer and paved the way for SKC to advance into the United States Soccer Development Academy Playoffs in 2011…Led Sporting Kansas City in scoring in the prestigious Generation Adidas Cup for Major League Soccer youth academy teams….A four-year starter at Olathe South High School…Led his team to a Kansas State Championship and runner-up finish during his career. PERSONAL – Nate Opperman...Born April 30, 1994 in Maplewood, Minn....Son of Todd and Jennifer Opperman...Has an older brother, Daniel, younger brother, David, and older sister, Hannah. JACOBS ON OPPERMAN

“Nate has been a proficient goal scorer at every level he has played at, but what makes him special is an outstanding work-ethic and ability to compete. The combination of those attributes, along with his ability to create and finish scoring chances, will make him an asset immediately.”

Why UE?

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Player Bios

Charlie Macias

4 Career highs Points 1

vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Goals

Assists 1

vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Shots 2

vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Height......................................................................... 5-8 Weight.........................................................................150 Position........................................Defender/Midfielder Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown........................................ Westerville, Ohio High School.........................................St. Charles Prep Major................................................................................. Pronunciation................................Charlie Ma-SEE-us

2011 -- Played in all 17 matches with six starts on defense…Totaled one goal, two points, nine shots, and three shots on goal…Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 2-1 loss to Drake (10/12)…Helped the Aces’ defense record three shutouts.

Individual Career History

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A versatile left-side player who can play in the back, midfield or up front...PLayed left back for the Causey, Brandon 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 theAleadingPts scorerShots and Season GP in 2009...Was G Shot% SOG SOG% Most Valuable Player for St. Charles Prep HS...An ACES SOCCER 2010 17 1 4 6 13 .077 4 .308 CAMP All-Star in 2010.

2011 TOTAL

3 20

0 1

1 5

1 7

3 16

.000 .062

0 4

GW

PK-Att

.000 .250

0 0 0

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

6 6

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

4 4

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Hodges, Patrick

Why UE? Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

1 1

.200 .200

0 0

0-0 0-0

Kapsalis, Alex Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

15 15 30

G

0 1 1

A

0 3 3

Pts Shots

0 5 5

7 12 19

Shot%

.000 .083 .053

SOG

1 3 4

.143 .250 .211

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Macias, Charlie

Macias Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

9 9

Shot%

.111 .111

SOG

3 3

.333 .333

0 0

0-0 0-0

May, Peter Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

13 13

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

9 9

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

.333 .333

0 0

2012 University of Evansville Men’s Soccer Nash, Joel

0-0 0-0

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Player Bios

Ryan Coates

5

Height......................................................................... 5-8 Weight.........................................................................150 Position............................................................ Defender Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown........................................Springboro, Ohio High School................................................. Springboro Major................................................................................. Pronunciation..............................................Ryan Coats

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- Comes to the University of Evansville with extensive experience in both the US Soccer Development Academy and playing in the USYSA…Competed with the 15/16 Ohio Elite team in the USSDA, and plays for the Blast FC team that has been Ohio South State Finalists in 2010 and 2011…His performance at the youth level enabled him with the opportunity to train at the youth academy of Chelsea FC…Team MVP and first team all-region at Springboro High School…Has been a regular on the Ohio South Olympic Development Program team…An Aces Soccer Camp All-Star in 2010 and 2011, and was named the camp’s Most Valuable Player in 2011. JACOBS ON COATES

“Ryan is the kind of person that we look for in our program – he has an outstanding attitude, and tremendous work-ethic and commitment. His ability to play both in the back and in midfield will add versatility and depth to our team.”

Why UE? “I chose the University of Evansville because of the strong academics and historic soccer program. UE matched all the qualities that 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.”

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Player Bios

Joel Nash

6

Season

2010 2011 TOTAL Career highs Points 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11) vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Goals

Assists 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11) vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Shots 2 vs. Western Illinois (11/1/11)

Why UE? “Amazing, exciting, promising soccer program, as well as coaches. The right environment for me.”

Height......................................................................... 5-7 Weight.........................................................................150 Individual Career History Position...........................................................Midfielder Year......................................................................... Junior Hometown........................................Birmingham, Ala. Causey, Brandon High School.......Learning Community International GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% Major................................................................................. Pronunciation.................................................Joel 17 1 4 6 13 .0Nash 77 4 .308

3 20

0 1

1 5

1 7

3 16

2011 -- Played in 13 matches with seven starts at 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 Seasonan assist GP A Pts Shots (9/11)…Tallied in UE’s 4-0Gwin over Loyola-Chicago (9/16) in the first game of Bradley University’s Grand Prairie 2011 6 0 0 0 4 Classic…Took TOTALa season-high 6 two shots, 0 including 0 one on goal 0 4 against Western Illinois (11/1). 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 good Season GP GSoccer Classic...very A Pts Shots distributor of the ball.

2011 17 1 0 2 TOTAL 17 – Represented 1 his country 0 2 High School/Club in the

5 5

United States Under-17 National Team program in their residency program in Bradenton, 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 Season GP G Academy... A rated Pts Shots United of the US Soccer Developmental as the 15 0 Drawer 0 0 7 fifth 2010 best prospect in the South by Top Soccer.

2011 15 1 3 5 Personal Jan.120, 1992...son TOTAL– Joel Nash...born 30 3 of Tom5

and Lonnie Nash...has two older brothers, Jonathan and James... academic major is undecided.

Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

12 19

0 4

.000 .250

0 0 0

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Hodges, Patrick Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

1 1

.200 .200

0 0

0-0 0-0

Kapsalis, Alex Shot%

.000 .083 .053

SOG

1 3 4

.143 .250 .211

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Macias, Charlie

Pts Shots

2 2

.000 .062

GW

9 9

Shot%

.111 .111

SOG

3 3

.333 .333

0 0

0-0 0-0

May, Peter Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

13 13

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

9 9

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

.333 .333

0 0

0-0 0-0

Nash, Joel

Nash’s Career Statistics Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

8 13 21

G

1 0 1

A

1 2 3

Pts Shots

3 2 5

3 5 8

Shot%

.333 .000 .125

SOG

1 2 3

.333 .400 .375

0 0 0

2012 University of Evansville Men’s Soccer

0-0 0-0 0-0

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Player Bios

Mark Anthony Gonzalez

7

Height......................................................................... 6-0 Weight.........................................................................155 Position...........................................................Midfielder Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown......................................... Toronto, Canada High School.........Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary Major................................................................................. Pronunciation............Mark Anthony Gon-ZAHL-ez

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- Gonzalez comes to the University of Evansville with 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, and was the team leading scorer…A creative attacking midfielder…Led Glenn Shields and Brampton East Snipers to league championships prior to joining Sigma…Captain of his Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School team, which won the ROPSSAA championship in 2010. JACOBS ON GONZALEZ

“Mark Anthony is a dynamic attacking player that can create and finish scoring chances,” said Jacobs. “He will add creativity to our midfield, and enhance our opportunity to create more offense.”

Why UE?

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Player Bios

Nick Schroeder

8 Career highs Points 2

vs. Indiana (10/26/11)

Goals 1

vs. Indiana (10/26/11)

Assists

Shots 2

vs. Indiana (10/26/11)

Why UE? “UE provides the opportunity to get a great education as well as compete at the highest collegiate level under an excellent coaching staff.”

Height......................................................................... 6-5 Weight.........................................................................180 Position...........................................Forward/Defender Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown........................................... Brighton, Mich. High School..................................................... Brighton Major................................................................................. Pronunciation................................... Nick SHRAY-der

2011 -- Played in 14 matches with four starts…Totaled one goal, two points, five shots, and two shots on goal…Recorded his first career goal and took a season-high two shots in UE’s 2-1 loss to Indiana University (10/26)…Helped the Aces’ defense record two of their three shutouts on the season. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A physical presence who can play Individual Career History either in the back or in midfield...Was the Michigan Under-17 Most Valuable Player in 2010, captaining his Michigan Wolves team to a state title, the USYSA Region II Championships, and a No. 30 Randant, Robert national ranking...A member of the Derby County Wolves program in the US Soccer Development Academy...A two-time All-State Season GPhis Brighton G High School A team Ptsto Shots SOG% selection and captained a district Shot% SOG 2009 and No. 1 0 in 2010...Was 0 .000 0 .000 championship 5 state ranking an0ACES 0 SOCCER 2010CAMP All-Star 9 in 2010.0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000

2011 TOTAL

4 14

Season

GP

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

1 9 4 14

0 0

0 0

Minutes

45:00 770:29 295:09 1110:38

0 0

GA

2 11 6 19

0 0

GAAvg

4.00 1.28 1.83 1.54

.000 .000

0 0

Saves

1 23 11 35

.000 .000

Save%

.333 .676 .647 .648

GW

0 0 0 0

W

0 3 1 4

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

L

0 5 2 7

T

0 0 0 0

Sho

0 3 0 3

Romero, Luis Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

15 15

G

0 0

A

3 3

Pts Shots

3 3

6 6

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Schafer, Kevin Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

10 10

G

0 0

A

1 1

Pts Shots

1 1

2 2

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

1 1

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Nick Schroeder’s Schroeder, Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

14 14

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

2 2

.400 .400

0 0

0-0 0-0

Sharp, Jesse Season

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

10 16 17 2012 43

G

A

Pts Shots

0 1 1 1 2 4 4 7 15 University 5 10 20

Shot%

SOG

4 .000 4 1.000 13 .077 4 .308 40 .100 19 .475 of 57Evansville .088 27 Men’s .474

0 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0 Soccer 2 0-0

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Player Bios

Dylan Terry

9 Career highs Points 3

vs. Memphis (9/18/11)

Goals 1

vs. Memphis (9/18/11)

vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Assists 1

vs. Memphis (9/18/11)

at Belmont (9/25/11)

at Kentucky (9/23/11)

Shots 5

vs. Wright State (9/4/11)

Why UE?

Height......................................................................... 6-1 Weight.........................................................................165 Position.............................................................. Forward Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown.............................................. Louisville, Ky. High School............................................................ Male Major................................................................................. Pronunciation.............................................Dylan Terry

2011 -- Started all 17 matches with seven starts at midfield…Bradley University’s Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team...Ranked third on the team offensively, totaling two goals, three assists, seven points, 25 shots, and 13 shots on goal……Fired a season-high five shots, including three shots on goal against Wright State (9/4)… Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 3-2 overtime win against Eastern Illinois (9/11)…Recorded a goal and an assist in UE’s 2-1 overtime win over Memphis (9/18) in the Grand Prairie Classic title match…Recorded an assist in three consecutive contests, including one vs. Memphis (9/18), Kentucky (9/23) and Belmont (9/25). 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...His Louisville Male HS team has been regarded as one of the top high school teams in the state of Kentucky, where he teamed with classmate Luis Romero and Aces standout Jarrett Robbins...The team’s leading scorer with 30 goals...Named first team All-State and a Kentucky State Player of the Year candidate in 2010...An ACES SOCCER CAMP All-Star in 2009 and 2010, and was named the camp’s Most Valuable Player in 2010.

Individual Career History Terry, Dylan

Terry’s Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

38

GP

17 17

G

2 2

A

3 3

Pts Shots

7 7

25 25

Shot%

.080 .080

2012 University of Evansville Men’s Soccer

SOG

13 13

SOG%

.520 .520

GW

1 1

PK-Att

0-0 0-0

Player Bios

Luis Romero

10 Career highs Points 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

at Belmont (9/25/11)

vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Goals

Assists 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

at Belmont (9/25/11)

Height......................................................................... 5-5 Weight.........................................................................150 Position...........................................................Midfielder Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown.............................................. Louisville, Ky. High School............................................................ Male Major................................................................................. Pronunciation......................... Lou-EES Ro-MARE-o

2011 -- Played in 15 matches with 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 (9/11), LoyolaChicago (9/16), and Belmont (9/25)...Took a shot on goal against MVC foes SIUE (10/8) and Missouri State (10/15). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- The playmaker and midfield leader 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 Traditional HS, where he was a teammate of Aces Jarrett Robbins and Dylan Terry.

vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Shots 2

at Belmont (9/25/11)

Individual Career History

Why UE?

Randant, Robert Season

GP

G

Season

GP

Minutes

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

1 9 4 14 1 9 4 14

0 0 0 0

A

0 0 0 0

45:00 770:29 295:09 1110:38

Pts Shots

0 0 0 0

GA

2 11 6 19

0 0 0 0

GAAvg

4.00 1.28 1.83 1.54

Shot%

.000 .000 .000 .000

SOG

0 0 0 0

Saves

1 23 11 35

SOG%

.000 .000 .000 .000

Save%

.333 .676 .647 .648

GW

0 0 0 0

W

0 3 1 4

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

L

T

0 5 2 7

0 0 0 0

Sho

0 3 0 3

Romero, Luis Romero’s Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

15 15

G

0 0

A

3 3

Pts Shots

3 3

6 6

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Schafer, Kevin Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

10 10

G

0 0

A

1 1

Pts Shots

1 1

2 2

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

1 1

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

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Player Bios

Faik Hajderovic

11

Height......................................................................... 5-8 Weight.........................................................................145 Position.............................................................. Forward Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown...............................................St. Louis, Mo. High School.....................................................Mehlville Major................................................................................. Pronunciation....Fike (rhymes with bike) Haj-der-o-vic

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A dynamic attacking player, and is regarded as one of the top goal scoring prospects in the St. Louis metropolitan area…Leading goal scorer for the Saint Louis Scott Gallagher Metro team of the United States Soccer Development Academy…Recognized as a member of the 2011 ESPN Missouri All-State Starting 11…Was key in leading his club team to 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. JACOBS ON HAJDEROVIC

“Faik has the potential to be a dangerous attacking player at the collegiate level. He can create and finish scoring chances, and always puts himself in threatening spots with and without the ball.”

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

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Player Bios

Patrick Hodges

12 Career highs Points 2 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

Goals 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

Assists

Shots 2

at Kentucky (9/23/11)

Height......................................................................... 6-1 Weight.........................................................................160 Position............................................................ Defender Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown............................................Evansville, Ind. High School..................................................... Harrison Major................................................................................. Pronunciation................................... Patrick Hodge-ez

2011 -- Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team…Started all 17 matches on defense…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-Chicago (9/16) in Bradley University’s Grand Prairie Classic…Took a season-high two shots at Kentucky (9/23)…Helped the Aces’ backfield record three shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- An athletic central defender that evolved into one of the top players in the state of Indiana...A key contributor on the FC Evansville Under-18s that won the Indiana State Cup Championship in 2010, and was coached by Aces Associate Head Coach Marshall Ray...Played for the Saint Louis Scott Gallagher Metro team in the United States Soccer Development Academy...Was named All-State for Harrison HS as a senior and teamed with fellow classmates Drew Schall and Eric Teppen to win the SIAC...Was an ACES SOCCER CAMP All-Star in 2010.

Individual Career History Causey, Brandon

Why UE? Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

17 3 20

G

1 0 1

A

4 1 5

Pts Shots

6 1 7

13 3 16

Shot%

.077 .000 .062

SOG

4 0 4

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.308 .000 .250

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

6 6

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

4 4

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Hodges, Patrick

Hodges’ Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

1 1

.200 .200

0 0

0-0 0-0

Kapsalis, Alex Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

15 0 0 0 7 .000 1 .143 0 15 1 3 5 12 .083 3 .250 0 2012 Men’s 30 University 1 3 5of Evansville 19 .053 4 .21Soccer 1 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 41

Player Bios

Peter May

13

Height......................................................................... 6-2 Weight.........................................................................175 Position........................................Midfielder/Defender Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown.................................... Bowling Green, Ky. High School.......................................... Bowling Green Major................................................................................. Pronunciation................................................ Peter May

Individual Career History

Career highs Points

2011 3 0 1 1 3 TOTAL 20 1 5 7 16 HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A standout midfielder and defender

Goals

Assists

Shots 3

2011 -- Played in 13 matches with eight starts…Totaled nine shots and three shots on goal…Recorded a season-high three shots and Season GP1-0 loss toGMarist (9/9)…Took A Pts Shots two shots on goal in UE’s a shot on goal 2010 in the Aces’ 2-1 loss to Drake (10/12)…Helped UE shut out 17 1 4 6 13 IUPUI (9/2) and Loyola-Chicago (9/16).

vs. Marist (9/9/11)

at the high school and youth level...Led his Bowling Green HS team to the Regional Finals of the Kentucky State HS playoffs, and was named as a first team All-State and NSCAA Region 5 All-American...Captained his United ‘96 to the Kentucky State Cup Season GP G A Pts Shots semifinals in 2010, and was a member of the Bloomington Cutters 6 in the 2009 0 Indiana0State Cup...A 0 club 4 team2011 that were semifinalists teammate of classmate Luis TOTAL 6 Romero....An 0 ACES0SOCCER0CAMP 4 All-Star in 2010...Member of the National Honor Society.

Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Why UE?

Causey, Brandon Shot%

.077 .000 .062

SOG

4 0 4

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.308 .000 .250

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Hodges, Patrick Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

1 1

.200 .200

0 0

0-0 0-0

Kapsalis, Alex Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

15 15 30

G

0 1 1

A

0 3 3

Pts Shots

0 5 5

7 12 19

Shot%

.000 .083 .053

SOG

1 3 4

.143 .250 .211

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Macias, Charlie Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

9 9

Shot%

.111 .111

SOG

3 3

.333 .333

0 0

0-0 0-0

May, Peter May’s Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

13 13

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

9 9

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

.333 .333

0 0

0-0 0-0

Nash, Joel Season

42

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

2010 8 1 1 3 3 .333 2011 13 0 2 2 5 .000 2012 University Evansville Soccer TOTALof 21 1 3 Men’s 5 8 .125

SOG

1 2 3

.333 .400 .375

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Player Bios

Alex Kapsalis

14 Career highs Points 2

vs. Bradley (10/29/11)

Goals 1

vs. Bradley (10/29/11)

Assists 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

at Belmont (9/25/11)

at Kentucky (9/23/11)

Shots 2

4 times

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

Height......................................................................... 6-0 Weight.........................................................................165 Position...........................................................Midfielder Year......................................................................... Junior Hometown................................................. Fishers, Ind. High School........................................................ Fishers Major................................................................................. Pronunciation....................................Alex Kap-SAL-is

2011 -- Played in and started 15 matches at midfield…Totaled one goal, three assists, five points, 12 shots, and three shots on goal… Recorded one assist in each match against Loyola-Chicago (9/16), Kentucky (9/23), and Belmont (9/25)…Scored his first collegiate goal in UE’s 2-1 loss to Bradley (10/29). 2010 – Outstanding addition to the squad who was UE’s Newcomer of the Year...made the Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team, and the MVC All-Tournament team...skilled midfielder who played in 15 matches and started in seven...strong defensively...very good distributor of the ball. High School/Club – Standout midfielder who led his FC Pride team to Indiana State Cup championships in 2006, 2007 andIndividual Career History 2008, and to Midwest Regional League titles in 2007 and 2008... key contributor to his team’s championship in the 2008 Disney Causey, Brandon Showcase...second team All-State selection for Fishers HS, finishing his career as their all-time leader in assists...participated in the Season GP Program. G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% Indiana Olympic Development

2010 17 1 4 6 Personal – Alexandros Peter Kapsalis...born Sept. 27, 1991 2011 3 0 1 1 in Indianapolis, Ind...son of Pete and Diane Kapsalis...has three TOTAL 20 brothers and two stepsisters...father is1executive 5 director and7

director of coaching for FC Pride...father played soccer at Michigan State...uncles Dan, Paul and Dean played soccer at Indiana...expects to major in business administration.

Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

6 6

G

0 0

A

0 0

13 3 16

4 0 4

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.308 .000 .250

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel

Pts Shots

0 0

.077 .000 .062

4 4

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Hodges, Patrick Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

1 1

.200 .200

0 0

0-0 0-0

Kapsalis, Alex Kapsalis’ Career Statistics Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

15 15 30

G

0 1 1

A

0 3 3

Pts Shots

0 5 5

7 12 19

Shot%

.000 .083 .053

SOG

1 3 4

.143 .250 .211

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Macias, Charlie Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

17 1 0 2 9 .111 3 .333 0 2012 of Men’s 17 University 1 0 2 Evansville 9 .111 3 .33Soccer 3 0

0-0 0-0 43

Player Bios

Joel Craig

15 Career highs Points

2011 -- Played in six matches…Totaled four shots and two shots on goal…Took a shot on goal in UE’s 4-0 win over Loyola-Chicago (9/16) in Bradley University’s Grand Prairie Classic…Also took a shot on goal in UE’s 4-1 win at Belmont (9/25). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A creative midfielder who has been a standout at the youth and high school levels...Led his Blast FC team to the USYSA Ohio South State Cup Championship on four different occasions, and has been a member of the Region II Olympic Development Program...Was named to All-Conference and All-District teams for his play with Big Walnut HS this season...Was an ACES SOCCER CAMP All-Star in 2010.

Goals

Assists

Shots 1

Height......................................................................... 6-2 Weight.........................................................................175 Position........................................Midfielder/Defender Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown............................................. Sunbury, Ohio High School..................................................Big Walnut Major................................................................................. Pronunciation.................................................Joel Craig

4 times

Why UE? Individual Career History Causey, Brandon Season

2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

17 3 20

G

1 0 1

A

4 1 5

Pts Shots

6 1 7

13 3 16

Shot%

.077 .000 .062

SOG

4 0 4

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.308 .000 .250

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Craig, Joel

Craig’s Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

6 6

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

4 4

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Hodges, Patrick Season

44

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

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SOG

1 1

Kapsalis, Alex

.200 .200

0 0

0-0 0-0

Player Bios

Vince DiPrimio

16

Height....................................................................... 5-10 Weight.........................................................................165 Position........................................Midfielder/Defender Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown...................................... Bloomington, Ind. High School..............................................Bloomington Major................................................................................. Pronunciation..................................................................

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- An industrious central midfielder who is very active on both sides of the ball…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 senior…Helped lead Bloomington High School North to four sectional titles and one regional title…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 Aug. 13, 1993 in Evansville, Ind....Son of Peter and Cindy DiPrimio...Has one older sister, Gabrielle...expects to major in exercise science. JACOBS ON DIPRIMIO

“Vince is a tremendous competitor with an outstanding engine. He figures to add strength and versatility to our midfield.”

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.”

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Player Bios

Kevin Schafer

17 Career highs Points 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

Goals

Assists 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

Shots 1 vs. Western Illinois (11/1/11)

vs. Butler (10/22/11)

Height......................................................................... 6-0 Weight.........................................................................170 Position............................................................ Defender Year............................................................... Sophomore Hometown.....................................Albuquerque, N.M. High School................................... Shattuck-St. Mary’s Major................................................................................. Pronunciation.....................................Kevin SHAY-fer

2011 -- Played in 15 matches with 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 (9/11), Loyola-Chicago (9/16), and Belmont (9/25)...Took a shot on goal against MVC foes SIUE (10/8) and Missouri State (10/15). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A versatile defender who comes with extensive club experience...A member of the US Under-15 national team pool and USYSA Region IV Olympic Development Program... Led the Elite FC Gladiators to 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.

Individual Career History Randant, Robert

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.”

Season

GP

G

Season

GP

Minutes

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

1 9 4 14 1 9 4 14

0 0 0 0

A

0 0 0 0

45:00 770:29 295:09 1110:38

Pts Shots

0 0 0 0

GA

2 11 6 19

Shot%

0 0 0 0

.000 .000 .000 .000

GAAvg

4.00 1.28 1.83 1.54

SOG

SOG%

0 0 0 0

Saves

1 23 11 35

.000 .000 .000 .000

Save%

.333 .676 .647 .648

GW

0 0 0 0

W

0 3 1 4

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

L

0 5 2 7

T

0 0 0 0

Romero, Luis Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

15 15

G

0 0

A

3 3

Pts Shots

3 3

6 6

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Schafer, Kevin Schafer’s Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

10 10

G

0 0

A

1 1

Pts Shots

1 1

2 2

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

1 1

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Schroeder, Nick Season

46

2011 TOTAL

GP

14 14

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

2 2

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.400 .400

0 0

0-0 0-0

Sho

0 3 0 3

Player Bios

Eric Teppen Season

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

18 Season

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

G

A

Individual Career History Randant, Robert Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 Height......................................................................... 6-40 9 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 Weight.........................................................................200 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 Position.........................................................Goalkeeper 14 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 Year............................................................... Sophomore GP Minutes GA GAAvg SavesInd.Save% Hometown............................................Evansville, 1 45:00 2 4.00 1 .333 High School..................................................... Harrison 9 770:29 11 1.28 23 .676 Major. ................................................................................ 4 295:09 6 1.83 11 .647 Pronunciation........................................... Eric TEP-en 14 1110:38 19 1.54 35 .648

GW

0 0 0 0

W

0 3 1 4

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

L

T

0 5 2 7

0 0 0 0

Sho

0 3 0 3

Romero, Luis Career highs Saves 10 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

2011Season -- Missouri Valley Conference Bradley GP G All-Freshman A Team… Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% University’s Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team…UE’s 2011 15 0 3 3 6 .000 3 .500 primary goalkeeper, starting 14 matches in net…Logged 1284:22 TOTAL 1520 goals,0and made364 saves with 3 a 6 .000 3 .500 minutes in goal, allowed 1.40 goals-allowed average…Recorded three shutouts with a Schafer, Kevin 4-9-1 record in net…Ranked fourth in the MVC for saves per game (4.57), fifth for shutouts per game (0.21) and sixth for save percentage (.762)...Earned his first Season GP a shutout G with one A save in Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% collegiate match, as UE won 2-0 over IUPUI (9/2)…Recorded 10 2011 10 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 saves and a shutout in UE’s 4-0 win over Loyola-Chicago (9/16) TOTAL 10 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 and seven saves in UE’s 2-1 overtime victory over Memphis (9/18) in the Grand Prairie Classic title match…Played all 90 minutes in goal against No. 21 Kentucky (9/23), recording nine saves in the Schroeder, Nick 2-1 loss…Recorded the shutout in UE’s 110:00 minute 0-0 tie at Season GP with two G saves. A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% Central Arkansas (10/19)

2011 14 1 0 2 5 HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB TOTAL 14 -- An1athletic and 0 imposing 2 goalkeeper 5

Why UE?

who has been a standout at the high school and youth levels...A standout on the FC Evansville team that won the Indiana State Cup Championship at the Under-17 and Under-18 levels, and was coached by Aces Associate Head Coach Marshall Ray...Plays for the GP MetroGteam in the A United Pts Shots SaintSeason Louis Scott Gallagher States Soccer Development All-State for 2009 Academy...Named 10 0 1 Harrison1HS as a 4 senior where he teamed and 2010 16with fellow 1 classmates 2 Patrick4Hodges13 Drew Schall to win the CAMP 2011 17SIAC...An4ACES SOCCER 7 15 All-Star 40 in 2008, 2009 and 2010. TOTAL 43 5 10 20 57

.200 .200

2 2

GW

PK-Att

GW

PK-Att

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.400 .400

0 0

0 0

0 0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

Sharp, Jesse Shot%

.000 .077 .100 .088

SOG

4 4 19 27

1.000 .308 .475 .474

0 0 2 2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Stallings, Ryan Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

16 16

G

5 5

A

2 2

Pts Shots

12 12

20 20

Shot%

.250 .250

SOG

13 13

.650 .650

0 0

0-0 0-0

Teppen, Eric Season

GP

Season

GP

2011 TOTAL 2011 TOTAL

14 14 14 14

G

0 0

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 Teppen’s 0 0 .000Statistics 0 .000 Career

Minutes

1284:22 1284:22

GA

20 20

GAAvg

1.40 1.40

Saves

64 64

Save%

.762 .762

0 0

W

4 4

0-0 0-0

L

9 9

2012 University of Evansville Men’s Soccer

T

1 1

Sho

3 3

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Player Bios

Mack Hasinger

19

Height....................................................................... 5-10 Weight.........................................................................145 Position.............................................................. Forward Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown.................................................. Morton, Ill. High School....................................................... Morton Major................................................................................. Pronunciation..................................Mack HASS-in-jer

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- A versatile attacking player who can play in the midfield or up front…Plays for Saint Louis Scott Gallagher Metro of the US Soccer Development Academy, and was the team’s second leading scorer a year ago – including two game-winning goals…Was a teammate of fellow classmate Faik Hajderovic on SLSG Metro…An All-State selection at Morton High School…Helped his team to a school record in goals scored (104) and wins in a season (21)…Selected as his team MVP…2011 Peoria Journal Star All-Area Team and MVP of Mid Illini Conference in the Peoria Sports Verein High School Soccer Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game. JACOBS ON HASINGER

“Mack is a creative attacking player. He can create and finish scoring chances, and can do so out of midfield or out on the flanks.”

Why UE? “I chose UE because of the prestigious programs (soccer and academic), the great coaching staff and knowing that I would have a group of great guys around me.”

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Player Bios

Jesse Sharp

20 Career highs Points 4 vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Goals 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Assists 2

vs. Memphis (9/18/11) vs. IUPUI (9/2/11)

Shots 6

at SIUE (10/8/11)

Height......................................................................... 5-8 Weight.........................................................................165 Position.............................................................. Forward Year.........................................................................Senior Hometown.................................................Warsaw, Ind. High School................................. Warsaw Community Major................................................................................. Pronunciation...........................................Jess-ee Sharp

2011 -- ProRehab Aces Classic All-Tournament Team…Bradley University’s Individual Career History Grand Prairie Classic MVP, tallying a goal and three assists in the two matches… Played in all 17 matches with 16 starts...UE’s leading offensive producer, totaling Randant, Robert four goals, seven assists, 15 points, 40 shots, and 19 shots on goal…Ranked first in the MVC averaging 0.41 assists per game…Ranked fourth in the league for shotsSeason per game (2.35), GP seventh for points and Shots 10th for goalsShot% per G per game A (0.88), Pts SOG SOG% game (0.24)…Led the Aces with two game-winning goals, netted in consecutive 2009 1 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 .000 matches vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11) and Loyola-Chicago (9/16) and also added an 9 0a season-best 0 two goals0 against EIU 0 (9/11),.000 0 .000 assist2010 against the Ramblers…Scored including the golden goal4with 56 seconds 2011 0 remaining 0 the in0the first overtime 0 .000 0 .000 period…Recorded TOTAL a goal 14in UE’s 4-10win at Belmont 0 (9/25)…Contributed 0 0 two.000 0 .000 assists in UE’s season-opening 2-0 win over IUPUI (9/2)…Had assists on both goals in UE’s 2-1 overtime win over previously undefeated Memphis (9/18) in Season GP Prairie Minutes Saves Save% the title game of the Grand Classic…RecordedGA an assistGAAvg against No. 21 Kentucky (9/23)…Capped point producing with a goal 2009 1 five consecutive 45:00 2 matches 4.00 1 .333 at Belmont in UE’s 2-1 loss to 2010(9/25)…Logged 9 an assist770:29 11Bradley (10/29). 1.28 23 .676

2011

4

295:09

6

1.83

11

2010 – Recipient of UE Soccer’s Greg Bordfeld Spirit of the Aces Award TOTAL commitment 14 to1110:38 1.54 35 for demonstrating the program, social 19 responsibility to the community, pride and Passion...Saw action at forward in 16 of Evansville’s 18 matches, and made his first collegiate start Oct. 24 at Bradley, where he tookRomero, a Luis career-high four Shots...Possesses good speed and skills...Scored the Aces’ only goal Season at Western Illinois,GP and made two overShots Belmont...Tied for G assists inAa 4-1 win Pts Shot% SOG 10th on the team in scoring with four points.

Why UE? “UE had the major I wanted and the soccer program is very good. Also, I felt I fit in with the team well.”

2011 15 0 3 3 6 .000 15 as a freshman, 0 3 off the3bench in an 6 attacking.000 2009TOTAL – Played in 10 matches coming

role...Made an assist on Tyler Kincaid’s goal in UE’s 2-0 win over Western Michigan in September...Took a total of four shots, including two against Stony Schafer, Brook and one each against Western Michigan and Western Illinois.

.647 .648

3 3

Season

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

0 0 0 0

W

0 3 1 4

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

L

0 5 2 7

T

0 0 0 0

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.500 .500

0 0

Sho

0 3 0 3

0-0 0-0

Kevin

Season GP – Leading G scorer inAWarsawPts Shots Shot% SOG High School/Club Community High School Totaled 50 goals, 29 assists 2011 10 and 127 points...All-state 0 1 selection 1 in 20062and 2008....000 1 Led Tigers to three sectional TOTAL 10 titles and 0 one regional...Helped 1 1 lead the Ft. 2 Wayne.000 1 Fever Academy team to the USL Super-Y League national finals, to the Indiana State Cup championship in 2007, and to the quarterfinals of the USYSA Region Schroeder, Nick II Championships...2008 Super-Y national select player...Club teammate of UE’s Gavin Chura. Personal – Jesse Thomas Sharp...Born December 24, 1990 in Mansfield, Ohio... 2011 14 1 0 2 5 .200 Son of Mark and Kelly Sharp...Has two older brothers...Member of Fellowship TOTAL 14 in pre-physical 1 0 5 .200 of Christian Athletes...majoring therapy. 2

GW

SOG

2 2

.500 .500

.400 .400

0 0

0 0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

Sharp, Jesse Sharp’s Career Statistics Season

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

10 16 17 43

G

0 1 4 5

A

1 2 7 10

Pts Shots

1 4 15 20

4 13 40 57

Shot%

.000 .077 .100 .088

SOG

4 4 19 27

1.000 .308 .475 .474

0 0 2 2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Stallings, Ryan Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

16 2012 16

G

A

Pts Shots

5 2 12 University 5 2 12

Shot%

SOG

20 .250 13 of 20Evansville .250 13

.650 Men’s .650

0 0-0 Soccer 0 0-0

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Player Bios

Kyle Wilson

21

Height....................................................................... 5-11 Weight.........................................................................150 Position...........................................Forward/Defender Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown............................................Evansville, Ind. High School...................................................Mater Dei Major................................................................................. Pronunciation............................................ Kyle Wilson

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- Comes to the University of Evansville after an outstanding career at the high school and youth levels…One of the key contributors for the Evansville Soccer Club team that won the 2010 Indiana Youth Soccer Association State Championship and has been state finalists three times… Coached by former University of Evansville coach Fred Schmalz at ESC… His Mater Dei High School team was 2011 Indiana State finalists, and were sectional champions for three consecutive years…Totaled 27 goals and 20 assists his senior season…Credited by ESPN for being tied for 12th in the nation for assists…Recognized as a member of the 2011 ESPN Indiana All-State Starting 11 and as a McDonald’s All-America Finalist…A member of the Indiana Olympic Development Program…A three-time Aces Soccer Camp All-Star. PERSONAL – Kyle Scott Wilson...Born June 15, 1994 in Bloomington, Ind....Son of Gregory and Roseann Wilson...Has one older sister, Jessica. JACOBS ON WILSON

“Kyle has grown up around Aces Soccer, and it is massive for us to be able to have members of our program who ‘bleed purple.’ His athleticism and versatility makes him someone that has the potential to contribute in a number of different roles.”

Why UE? “I chose the University of Evansville because it has been a part of my life since I was little. My grandparents have taught her as well as my Father. I have grown up through the Aces Soccer Camps and spend a lot of time around the campus. In addition, UE was always a perfect fit for me. The campus was just the right size and not too far from home. Lastly, I have always wanted to play soccer for the University of Evansville and considered myself to have a “Bleed Purple” attitude.”

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Player Bios

Nick Lewis

22

Height....................................................................... 5-11 Weight.........................................................................155 Position...........................................................Midfielder Year.................................................................. Freshman Hometown...........................................Beaverton, Ore. High School...................................................Beaverton Major................................................................................. Pronunciation.............................................. Nick Lewis

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- Enters the University of Evansville with a successful playing resume at the high school and club levels…A four-year starter at Beaverton High School where he was named the BHS team Most Valuable Player and All-Metro League…Totaled 11 goals and eight assists in 16 matches his senior season…Team captain of BSC Portland, which is coached by former University of Evansville standout Ryan Youngblood…A member of the Oregon Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL – Nicholas Fox Lewis...Born Jan. 14, 1994 in Portland, Ore....Son of Stephen and Leah Lewis...Has one older sister, Alexandra, and one younger brother, Tristan. JACOBS ON LEWIS

“Nick has an excellent playing pedigree and has been a leader on any of the teams he has played on. We expect him to add that same level of leadership and commitment to our Aces’ team.”

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

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Player Bios

Ryan Stallings

23 Season

Career highs Points 4 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

Goals 2 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

Assists 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11/11)

Shots 4 vs. Loyola-Chicago (9/16/11)

vs. Drake (10/12/11)

at Kentucky (9/23/11)

Pronunciation.................................. Ryan STALL-ings

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

2009 1 0 0 0 0 2010 9 0 0 0 0 2011 4 0 0 0 0 2011 -- Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team… Bradley TOTAL 14 Classic 0All-Tournament 0 0 0 University’s Grand Prairie Team…Started

Season

GP

G

A

SOG

.000 .000 .000 .000

16 matches with 10 starts…UE’s leading goal-scorer (5) and second Season GP Minutes GAassists, GAAvg leading point producer (12)…Totaled five goals, two 12 points, 20 shots, and 131shots on goal…Ranked 2009 45:00 sixth2in the MVC 4.00 for goals per game (0.31) for points per game 2010 9 and 10th770:29 11 (0.75)… 1.28 Scored a season-high two 2011 4 goals, including 295:09the first of6his collegiate 1.83 career, on a season-high four shots on goal in UE’s 4-0 victory over TOTAL 14 1110:38 19 1.54 Loyola-Chicago (9/16)…Netted goals in four consecutive matches from 9/16-9/25, scoring one against Memphis (9/18), No. 21 Kentucky (9/23), and Belmont (9/25)…Recorded two assists in UE’s 3-2 overtime win over Eastern Illinois (9/11).

Pts Shots

2011 TOTAL

GP

10 10

G

0 0

A

1 1

Pts Shots

1 1

Saves

1 23 11 35

.000 .000 .000 .000

Save%

.333 .676 .647 .648

GW

0 0 0 0

W

0 3 1 4

PK-Att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

L

0 5 2 7

T

0 0 0 0

Sho

0 3 0 3

Romero, Luis Shot%

Shot%

2 2

SOG%

0 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB 2011 15 -- A fast 0 attacking 3 player who 3 will add 6 .000 depth to the Aces’ attack...His JYSA team advanced TOTAL 15 0 Storm 3 3 to the6 .000 Kentucky Youth Soccer Association State Cup semifinals in 2009...A three-time All-State selection at Nelson County HS where he set the Schafer, school’s all-time scoring record with 106 goals during his career...An ACES SOCCER CAMP All-Star in 2010.

Season

Why UE?

Height....................................................................... 5-10 Weight.........................................................................155 Position.............................................................. Forward Year............................................................... Sophomore IndividualCreek, Career Hometown...........................................Coxs Ky. History High School.......................................... Nelson County Randant, Robert Major.................................................................................

.000 .000

SOG

3 3

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Kevin SOG

1 1

.500 .500

0 0

0-0 0-0

Schroeder, Nick Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

14 14

G

1 1

A

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

5 5

Shot%

.200 .200

SOG

2 2

.400 .400

0 0

0-0 0-0

Sharp, Jesse Season

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP

10 16 17 43

G

0 1 4 5

A

1 2 7 10

Pts Shots

1 4 15 20

4 13 40 57

Shot%

.000 .077 .100 .088

SOG

4 4 19 27

1.000 .308 .475 .474

0 0 2 2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Stallings, Ryan Stallings’ Career Statistics Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

16 16

G

5 5

A

2 2

Pts Shots

12 12

20 20

Shot%

.250 .250

SOG

13 13

.650 .650

0 0

0-0 0-0

Teppen, Eric Season

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GP

14 14

G

0 0

A

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

0 0

Shot%

.000 .000

SOG

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14

1284:22

20

1.40

64

0 0

.000 .000

Save%

.762

0 0

W

4

0-0 0-0

L

9

T

1

Sho

3

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History

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Honors & Awards

TEAM

NCAA Tournaments 1982 (0-1), 1984 (1-1), 1985 (2-1; semifinalist), 1986 (0-1), 1987 (0-1), 1988 (0-1), 1989 (0-1), 1990 (2-1; semifinalist), 1991 (0-1), 1992 (0-1), 1996 (0-1) Conference Championships (regular season): 1990, 1991 Conference Tournament Championships

1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996 ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic Championships

1988, 1990, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010 Bradley University Grand Prairie Classic

2011 adidas/NSCAA Team Academic Award 2007, 2008, 2009

INDIVIDUAL

National Player of Year 1989: Rob Paterson (Adi Dassler/ISAA) All-America 1982: Just Jensen, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1982: John Nunes, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1985: Dan McHugh, 3rd Team (NSCAA) 1985: Mike Mikes, 3rd Team (NSCAA) 1985: 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) 1990: David Weir, 1st Team (NSCAA) 1990: Trey Harrington, 2nd Team (NSCAA) 1991: Graham Merryweather, 1st Team (NSCAA) 1992: Trey Harrington, 3rd Team (NSCAA) 1996: Shawn Beyer, 3rd Team (Soccer News) National Team Camp Brian Adcock U-17 Dan Balassi Full Rune Bjoro Youth Dan Broxup Schools Marc Burch U-18, U-20 Carlos Celis U-18 Scott Cannon Full Frank D’Amelo U-23 Pedro Delgado U-18 Alec Dufty U-20 Ian Dunbar Schools Diego Gutierrez Full Trey Harrington U-23

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USA USA Norway England USA Venezuela USA USA Venezuela USA England USA USA

Brad Henderson Gerard Homer Just Jensen Tony Jones A.J. Lachowecki Brian Loftin Mike Lue Robby Lynch Mick Lyon Richard Menjivar Pedro Millan Rob Paterson Troy Perkins Kieran Purcell Shane Schmidt David Weir

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 Trinidad Denmark USA USA USA USA USA England USA Venezuela USA USA New Zealand USA Scotland

MVC All-Centennial Team (chosen 2006): Pedro Delgado (1995-98) UE Hall Of Fame 1986: Bill Vieth (coach) 1989: John Nunes 1992: Frank D’Amelio 1994: Dan McHugh 1996: A.J. Lachowecki 1997: Rob Paterson 1998: David Weir 2001: Graham Merryweather 2002: Scott Cannon 2003: Mick Lyon 2004: Fred Schmalz (coach) 2006: Mike Mikes 2007: Trey Harrington 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, Scott Westbrook, John Nunes 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,

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David Weir, Geff Rainbolt 1991: Graham Merryweather, John Prow, Trey Harrington 1992: Trey Harrington, Shane Schmidt, Ian Dunbar, Diego Gutierrez 1994: 1st: Ian Dunbar, 2nd: Jose Londono, 3rd: Mike LaBerge 1995: 2nd: Ian Dunbar, 3rd: Jose Londono, Josh Feigl 1996: 1st: C.W. Raines, Shawn Beyer; 2nd: Jose Londono 1997: 3rd: Chuck Browder 1998: 3rd: Chuck Browder, Pedro Delgado 1999: 2nd: Terence Gargantini 2003: 1st: Marc Burch 3rd: Dan Broxup 2006: 1st: Cory Elenio 2007: 1st: Cory Elenio 2008: 3rd: Mike Luttrull, Robby Lynch 2009: 2nd: Robby Lynch. 3rd: Justin Sass, Richard Menjivar, Tom Irvin 2010: 1st: Robby Lynch. 3rd: Aaron Henkle All-Midwestern Collegiate Conference

1987: Doug Diedrich, Tim Ernst, Joe Kofron, Mick Lyon 1988: Scott Cannon, Paul Nevin, Rob Paterson 1989: 1st: Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst, Ian O’Brien, Rob Paterson, David Weir. 2nd: Brian Adcock, Graham Merryweather. All-Newcomer Team: Brian Boes, Ron Croy, Trey Harrington. Player of the Year: Rob Paterson 1990: 1st: Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst, Trey Harrington, Graham Merryweather, Geff Rainbolt, David Weir. 2nd: Shane Barrett, Steve Church. Newcomer of the Year: Shane Schmidt Player of the Year: David Weir 1991: 1st: Graham Merryweather, David Weir, John Prow, Steve Church, Trey Harrington. 2nd: Shane Schmidt All-Newcomer Team: Korby Smith. Player of the Year: Graham Merryweather 1992: 1st: Trey Harrington, Ian Dunbar, Shane Schmidt, Diego Gutierrez 2nd: Mark Bowland All-Newcomer Team: Ian Dunbar, Diego Gutierrez, Scott Ikeda, Tony Jones. 1993: 1st: Scott Ikeda, Shane Schmidt 2nd: Ian Eggleston All-Missouri Valley Conference 1994: 1st: Matthew Blackbourne 2nd: Jose Londono, Ian Dunbar, Mike LaBerge HM: Ian Eggleston, Robby Leger

Honors & Awards

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

HM: Marc Burch, Corey Southers All-Freshman Team: Cory Elenio. All-MVC Tournament: Marc Burch 2005: 2nd: Jason Pele. 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Jason Pele 2006: 1st: Cory Elenio. 2nd: Dustin Awe HM: Alec Dufty, Ian McAuley All-Freshman Team: Tom Irvin 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Jason Pele, Corey Southers 2007: 1st: Cory Elenio, Dustin Awe 2nd: Ian McAuley, Robby Lynch HM: Alec Dufty, Reggie Edu, Mike Luttrull, Kipp Erskine All-Freshman Team: Robby Lynch (Freshman of the Year), Mike Luttrull All-MVC Tournament: Cory Elenio, Alec Dufty 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Dustin Awe 2008: 1st: Mike Luttrull. 2nd: Reggie Edu, Kipp Erskine, Tom Irvin, Robby Lynch, Richard Menjivar. HM: Alec Dufty All-Freshman Team: Richard Menjivar, Tyler Crawford, Tad Kreamalmeyer All-MVC Tournament: Robby Lynch 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Mike Luttrull 2009: 1st: Robby Lynch. 2nd: Richard Menjivar, Tom Irvin, Mike Luttrull HM: Phil Boerger, Justin Sass All-MVC Tournament: Aaron Henkle, Tom Irvin, Robby Lynch 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Mike Luttrull, Robby Lynch 2010: 1st: Robby Lynch (Defensive Player of the Year). 2nd: Blake Schneider, Aaron Henkle, Tyler Kincaid. HM: Jarrett Robbins, Tad Kreamalmeyer, Mike Luttrull. All-Freshman Team: Alex Kapsalis, Philip Manga. All-MVC Tournament: Alex Kapsalis. 1st Team Scholar-Athlete: Mike Luttrull, Robby Lynch, Blake Schneider 2011: 2nd: Jarrett Robbins HM: Aaron Henkle All-Freshman Team: Patrick Hodges, Eric Teppen, Ryan Stallings ISAA Senior Bowl 1978: Papa Jobe 1979: Frank D’Amelio 1980: Dan Jenkerson 1981: Gerard Homer 1982: John Nunes, Scott Westbrook 1983: Ken McNamara, alternate 1984: A.J. Lachowecki, alternate 1985: Rob Schoenstein

1986: Mike Mikes, Dan McHugh 1987: Mick Lyon 1988: Jon Halliwill, Dan O’Donnell 1990: Rob Paterson 1991: Scott Cannon, Tim Ernst 1992: 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: Graham Merryweather, Steve Church; Honorable Mention: Mark Bowland 1992: 2nd: Mark Bowland 1996: 1st: C.W. Raines. 3rd: Pedro Delgado, Josh Feigl 1997: 1st: Pedro Delgado 2nd: Josh Feigl 1998: 1st: Pedro Delgado, Dustin Ottesen. 2nd: Matt Filing, Craig Stone 1999: 1st: Dustin Ottesen 2000: 3rd: Brad Henderson 2001: 3rd: Clay Havill 2005: 2nd: Jason Pele 2006: 2nd: Jason Pele 2009: 2nd: Mike Luttrull 2010: 1st: Mike Luttrull Integra Bank 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 Halliwill 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

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Honors & Awards

1999: Dustin Ottesen, Clay Havill 2000: John Armstrong 2001: Clay Havill 2002: Mike Lavergne No selections 2003 -2005 2006: Dustin Awe 2007: Cory Elenio 2008: Alec Dufty 2009: Robby Lynch 2010: Robby Lynch Offensive MVP 2006: Cory Elenio 2007: Cory Elenio 2008: Mike Luttrull 2009: Robby Lynch Defensive MVP 2006: Alec Dufty, Jarrett Neff 2007: Alec Dufty 2008: Alec Dufty 2009: Justin Sass 2010: Aaron Henkle Most Improved Player 1979: John Dunda 1980: Peter Gestrich 1981: Joe Kuda, Eric 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: Marty 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 -2005 2006: Sam Bornstein 2007: Stephan Minyono 2008: Mitch Mansfield

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2009: Tyler Kincaid 2010: Robert Randant Newcomer Of The Year 2006: Tom Irvin 2007: Robby Lynch 2008: Richard Menjivar 2009: Aaron Henkle 2010: Alex Kapsalis Most Dedicated Player 1979: Bob Wasserman, John Dunda 1980: Dan Jenkerson, Gerard Homer 1981: John Dunda 1982: A.J. Lachowecki 1983: Craig Kessler, Tom Dragon 1984: Mike Marchi 1985: Mike Mikes 1986: Mike Mikes 1987: Jack Mitchell 1988: Ian O’Brien 1989: Brian Adcock 1990: Shane Barrett 1991: John Prow 1992: Trey Harrington 1993: Ignacio Vega 1994: Marty Schroering, Keith Vonderahe 1995: Jose Londono, C.W. Raines 1996: C.W. Raines 1997: Matt Filing 1998: Dustin Ottesen 1999: Carlos Celis 2000: Brad Henderson, Jeremy McKinnon 2001: John Armstrong, Matt Ramsay 2002: 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

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1998: Corey Kessler 1999: Marshall Ray 2000: Reiss Holsbeke 2001: Casey Stevens 2002: Marc Burch No selections 2003 -2005 2006: Ian McAuley 2007: Ian McAuley 2008: Reggie Edu 2009: Dan Gibson 2010: Blake Schneider Scholar-Athlete Award 2006: Corey Southers 2007: Corey Southers 2008: Sam Bornstein 2009: Sam Bornstein 2010: Mike Luttrull 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 -2005 2006: Robbie Roate 2007: Ben Harner 2008: Ally Mackay 2009: Ally Mackay 2010: Jesse Sharp

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Program Records

Career Scoring Leaders Name 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 22. 24. 25. 26. 27. 29. 30. 31. 32. 34.

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Dan McHugh David Weir John Nunes Rob Paterson Papa Jobe Tim Ernst Jack Mitchell Steve Church Josh Feigl Dan Balassi Rob Schoenstein Graham Merryweather Tom Irvin Andrew Norton Mike Luttrull Jose Londono Just Jensen Rune Bjoro Davies Bellamy Terence Gargantini Cory Elenio Robby Leger Robby Lynch Peter Gestrich Mick Lyon Ian McAuley Gerard Homer Mike Mikes Dan Broxup Paul Nevin Charles Oladapo Chris Campbell Ian Eggleston Casey Stevens Dan O'Donnell

Years Goals Assists Points 1983-86 46 41 133 1988-91 50 29 129 1979-82 50 18 118 1988-89 42 11 95 1977-78 36 18 90 1987-90 31 24 86 1984-87 24 31 79 1988-91 24 23 71 1994-97 30 11 71 1983-86 23 24 70 1982-86 27 15 69 1988-91 21 24 66 2006-10 17 30 64 1983-86 25 13 63 2007-10 26 10 62 1993-96 17 26 60 1979-82 19 20 58 1980-83 26 6 58 1978-81 20 17 57 1999-01 21 13 55 2004-07 18 19 55 1994-97 21 11 53 2007-10 18 17 53 1980-84 22 8 52 1985-87 17 16 50 2003-07 20 9 49 1978-81 18 12 48 1983-86 16 16 48 2001-04 19 9 47 1987-90 11 22 44 1974-75 14 15 43 1976-77 17 8 42 1991-94 17 8 42 1999-02 14 13 41 1985-88 13 14 40

Single-Season Scoring Leaders Player 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 11. David Weir Josh Feigl

Year G 1989 27 1990 24 1985 16 1977 22 1982 16 1978 14 1996 16 1988 15 1990 12 1985 11 1989 11 1995 13

A 7 11 22 9 8 9 5 4 10 11 8 4

Top 10 Pts 61 59 54 53 40 37 37 34 34 33 30 30

Goalkeeping Records Single Season (1,400 minutes min.) Goals Allowed 7 Trey Harrington Goals-Allowed Avg. 0.26 Trey Harrington Minutes 2,389 Trey Harrington Saves 118 Corey Southers Solo Shutouts 14 Trey Harrington

1990 1990 1990 2004 1990

Career (4,000 minutes min.) Goals Allowed 42 Jon Halliwill Goals-Allowed Avg. 0.57 Jon Halliwill Minutes 7,669 Trey Harrington Saves 248 Trey Harrington Solo Shutouts 34 Jon Halliwill Trey Harrington

1985-88 1985-88 1989-92 1989-92 1985-88 1989-92

Single-Game Records Goals 4 Assists 6 Points 9

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Papa Jobe Chris Campbell Andrew Norton Rob Schoenstein Rob Paterson David Weir G. Merryweather Charles Oladapo Rob Paterson David Weir G. Merryweather

1977 1977 1985 1985 1989 1990 1991 1975 1989 1990 1991

Single S Playe 1. Rob 2. David 3. Papa 4. John Dan Shaw 7. Rob 8. Papa 9. Josh 10. John John Tim Steve

Career Playe 1. John Davi 3. Dan 4. Rob 5. Papa 6. Tim E 7. Josh 8. Rob 9. Rune Mike

Gam

Single Playe Rob

Career Playe John

Program Records

0 Goals

Season er Paterson d Weir Jobe Nunes McHugh wn Beyer Paterson Jobe Feigl Nunes Nunes Ernst e Church

er Nunes id Weir McHugh Paterson Jobe Ernst Feigl Schoenstein e Bjoro e Luttrull

Top 10 Assists Year 1989 1990 1977 1982 1985 1996 1988 1978 1995 1979 1980 1987 1990

Years ‘79-82 ‘88-91 ‘83-86 ‘88-89 ‘77-78 ‘87-90 ‘94-97 ‘82-86 ‘80-83 07-10

Single Season G Player 27 1. Dan McHugh 24 2. Jose Londono 22 3. G. Merryweather 16 4. Tim Ernst 16 Marc Burch 16 6. Tom Irvin 15 David Weir 14 Jack Mitchell 13 9. Charles Oladapo 12 Dan Balassi 12 Dan McHugh 12 Steve Church 12 Career Player G 1. Dan McHugh 50 2. Jack Mitchell 50 3. Tom Irvin 46 4. David Weir 42 5. Jose Londono 36 6. G. Merryweather 31 Tim Ernst 30 Dan Balassi 27 9. Steve Church 26 10. Paul Nevin 26 Marc Burch

me-Winners

e Season er Paterson

Year GW 1989 11

r er n Nunes

Years GW 1979-82 21

Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders

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

A 22 15 14 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

Years ‘83-86 ‘84-87 ‘06-10 ‘88-91 ‘93-96 ‘88-91 ‘87-90 ‘83-86 ‘88-91 ‘87-90 ‘02-04

A 41 31 30 29 26 24 24 24 23 22 22

Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Goals Assists Pts Charles Oladapo 7 0 14 Charles Oladapo 7 10 24 Chris Campbell 6 2 14 Papa Jobe 22 9 53 Papa Jobe 14 9 37 John Nunes 12 1 25 John Nunes 12 2 26 John Nunes 10 7 27 John Nunes 16 8 40 Dan McHugh 11 6 28 Dan Balassi 8 10 26 Dan McHugh 16 22 54 Dan McHugh 9 10 28 Tim Ernst 12 4 28 Rob Paterson 15 4 34 Rob Paterson 27 7 61 David Weir 24 11 59 Graham Merryweather 11 7 29 Mark Bowland 2 9 13 Diego Gutierrez 6 1 13 Ian Eggleston 8 1 17 Brian Loftin 7 3 17 Jose Londono 9 3 21 Josh Feigl 13 4 30 Shawn Beyer 16 5 37 Corey Kessler 6 0 12 Josh Feigl 5 2 12 Mike Anderson 4 4 12 Terence Gargantini 10 5 25 Jeff Rhymer 8 5 21 Ricardo Guedes 7 3 17 Marc Burch 4 12 20 Dan Broxup 10 5 25 Dan Broxup 7 2 16 Chris Binder 3 0 6 Cory Elenio 8 4 20 Cory Elenio 7 9 23 Mike Luttrull 9 4 22 Tom Irvin 6 8 20 Mike Luttrull 6 3 15 Jesse Sharp 4 7 15

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Honors & Awards

Team Records Single-Season Wins Losses Ties Fewest Losses Winning Streak Unbeaten streak Home Unbeaten Streak (reg. season) Most Goals Least Goals Shutouts . Most Goals Allowed Least Goals allowed Best Won-Lost Percentage Consecutive shutouts Lowest Goals-Allowed Average

24 1990 14 2005 6 1979 1 1985, 1990 20 1990 26 1990 36 ‘87-91 93 1985 12 2005 20 1990 56 2004 7 1990 .926 l990 6 1990 0.244 1990

Single-Game Goals Scored, Goals Allowed,

15 9

1985 1974

Jose Londono

The Last Time UE... Posted Consecutive Shutouts Were Shut Out In Consecutive Games Played To A Scoreless Tie Allowed 4 Goals Scored 4 Goals Allowed 5 Goals Scored 5 Goals Allowed 6 Goals Or More Scored 6 Goals Or More Scored 4 Goals Or More In A Half Scored 4 Individual Goals Made 3 Individual Assists

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Oct. 29 & Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 1 & Nov. 5, 2011 (2-0 vs. Western Illinois, 2-0 at #2 Creighton) Oct.. 9, 2011 at Central Arkansas Sept. 6, 2009: #1 North Carolina 4, UE 0 Sept. 25, 2011: UE 4, Belmont 1 Oct. 14, 2006; Drake 5, UE 2 Nov. 6, 2010: UE 5, Central Arkansas 0 Sept. 25, 2005; Dayton 6, UE 2 Sept. 10, 2010; UE 9, Ala. A&M 0 Sept. 10, 2010 (6 in 1st half vs. Alabama A&M in 9-0 win) Sept. 20, 1991 (Graham Merry weather vs. Detroit Mercy) Sept. 27, 1996 (Jose Londono vs. Tulsa)

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1985 NCAA FINAL FOUR Won 21, Lost 1, Tied 2

A

Adame, Matt Adcock, Brian Ahearn, Patrick Anderson, Mike Anderson, Nate Andrew, Ricky Armbruster, Mike Armstrong, John Awe, Dustin

B

Baker, Steve Balassi, Dan Baldridge, Alex Bance, Mamadou Barker, Robbie Barrett, Shane Battaglia, Matt Baum, John Beauparlant, Jim Beichley, Scott Bellamy, Davies Bennam, Tom Bennett, Robert Beshears, Jordan Beul, Ken Beyer, Shawn Bielefeld, Matt Bigham, Dan Binder, Chris Bjoro, Rune Blackbourne, Matthew

Boerger, Phil Boes, Bryan Boes, Jeff Bohnson, Larry Bornstein, Sam

2004-05 1986-89 2003 1997-98 1998-99 1985 1974-77 1997-01 2004-07

1988 1983-86 2005 1981 1999-02­ 1987-90 1994 1979-82 1974 1998 1978-81 1975 1987-88 2007-08 1983-85 1995-96 1977-78 2001-04 2002-05 1980-83 1991-95 2008-10 1989-90 1985 1975 2006-09

Bowland, Mark 1989-92 Bowman, Matt 1998-­99 Bracher, Brandon 1989-92 Bragg, Scott 1995-98 Braun, Andrew 2009 Brennan, John 1990-91 Brick, Andy (mgr.) 2005-08 Browder, Chuck 1997-98 Brown, Andy(trainer)2002-04 Brown, Greg 1991-94 Brown, Kevin 1993-94 Broxup, Dan 2001-04 Buda, Ryan 2010 Buente, Vic 1975 Burch, Marc 2002-04 Burnett, Jack 1980-83 Burns, Pat 1978-81 Byrd, Zach 2011

C

Campbell, Chris Cannon, Chris Cannon, Dan Cannon, Scott Carney, Pat Cashel, Tim Causey, Brandon Celis, Carlos Chairez, Jose Chamberlin, Monte Charles, Paul Chura, Gavin Church, Steve Clark, Randy Clarke, Tom (mgr) Cockrum, Troy Cortez, Daniel Corzatt, Clint Coull, Ian

1976-77 1992 1984-87 1987-90 1978-79 1986 2010-P 1996-99 2001-04 1974-77 1982 2009-11 1988-91 1993 1983 1991 2010 1994-95 1982

Craig, Joel Crawford, Tyler Croy, Ron

2011-P 2008-09 1989-90

D

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 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

E

Eanes, Austin Edu, Reggie Ehrensbeck, Frank Eggleston, Ian Elenio, Cory Ellis, Sean Elmes, Alex Emmons, John Ernst, Tim

2007-08 2006-09 1977-80 1991-94 2004-07 1993-94 1976 1981 1987-90

Ernstes, Mike Erskine, Kipp Ertugrul, Taylan Etienne, J.P.

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Falamarzian, Abi Fankam, Jean-Yves Faria, Tom Feigl, Josh Felten, Ross Ferguson, Noel(mgr) Filing, Matt Fisher, Jim Follin, Jim Forssberg, Klas French, Chris (mgr) Fromayan, David Frost, Doug Fulchiron, Vincent

1976 2007-08 1994-95 2003-04

1980-81 2001-04 1978-79 1994-97 2000 1983 1995-98 1991-92 1975 1996 2009-11 2006 1975 1992-94

G

Gaido, Chris 1983-84 Gallucci, Gabriel 2000 Gargantini, Terence 1999-01­ Garrison, Greg 1975 Gestrich, Peter 1980-81, 83-84 Gibson, Dan 2006-09 Giffard, David (mgr) 1993 Givens, Stephanye (TR) 2007-08 Grapperhaus, T.J. 2000-03 Grochowski, Greg 1981 Guedes, Ricardo 1999­-01 Guild, John 1976 Gutierrez, Diego 1992

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Haan, Joe (trainer) Hall, Trevor Halliwill, Jon Hanchar, Mike Hansen, Tim Harding, Jim Harner, Ben Harrell, Matt Harrington, Trey Hart, Scott Harty, Bob Havill, Clay Hawa, Feud Hellman, Don Hempen, Billy Henderson, Brad Henkle, Aaron Henry, Garric Herbert, Lon Hider, Keith Hillsamer, Phil Himebaugh, Bryce Hlopne, Arthur Hoch, Eric Hodges, Patrick Hoek, Tyler Hoffar, Keith Holsbeke, Reiss Homer, Gerard Hoogerwerf, Steve Hosman, Bill Houchin, Chad (trainer) Howa, Mike Huffman, Jeff

I

Ikeda, Scott Irvin, Tom

J

Jackson, Frank Jaeger, Doug James, David Jenkerson, Dan Jenkins, Adam

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2003-06 1988 1985-88 1986-87 1976 1984 2006-07 1998­I 1989-92 2004 1978-79 1998-01­ 1974-75 1977-78 1978-79 1997-­00 2009-11 2004-05 2001-04 1978 1974-75 1988-92 1975 1982-84 2011-P 2006-07 1974-77 1998­-01 1978-81 1993 1974-75 2009 1975 1974-75

1992-93 2006-10

1976 1980 2005-06 1979-80 1991-92

Jenkins, Sam Jensen, Just Jerdal, Lane Jobe, Papa Johnson, Erik Johnson, Jennifer(mgr) Jones, Scott Jones, Tony Judiscak, Justin Juengel, Russ (mgr)

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Kapler, Dan Kapsalis, Alex Keller, Brandon(mgr) Kessler, Corey Kessler, Craig Kincaid, Tyler King, Scott Klein, Thomas(mgr) Koch, Matt Koeller, Matt Kofron, Joe Kono, Dustin Koressel, Steve Kotcherha, Mark Kotcherha, Nico Kreamalmeyer, Tad Kron, Rick Kuda, Joe Kuitse, Johan

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LaBerge, Mike Lachowecki, AJ Lamb, Sam Lamba, Jasdeep Lane, Tim Lappe, Gavin Lavergne, Mike Lawler, Kellen Leach, Chris Leerkamp, Alan Leger, Robby Lenzing, Erik Loftin, Brian Londono, Jose

1994-95 1979-82 1994-96 1977-78 2004-07 1999-00 1978-79 1992-95 2000 1995-97

1995 2010-P 1997 1995-98 1980-83 2009-10 1976 1992-94 1993-94 1978-79 1984-87 2002 1984-86 1991 1989-92 2008-11 1985 1980-83 1981-84

1994-96 1980, 82-84 1976 2005 1983-86 1991 1999-­02 2000 1991-95 1992 1994-97 1995-96 1993 1993-96

Long, Ken (mgr) Loucks, LaRayne(mgr) Loucks, Tim Lue, Michael Lumsdon, Kevin Luttrull, Mike Lynch, Robby Lyon, Mick

M

1984 1998 1998 1995-98 1992-93 2007-10 2007-10 1985-87

Machold, Chris 1984-85 Macias, Charlie 2011-P Mackay, Ally 2007-09 Makawa, James 1978-81 Manga, Philip 2010 Manghelli, Josh 2005 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-P 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 1997­-00 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

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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 1999­-02 Moore, Matt (mgr) 1999-00 Morgan, Ralph (mgr) 1982 Morrison, Alan (mgr) 1981 Muckey, Lance 2002-06 Mullen, Josiah 2005 Murray, Nick 1993

N

Nash, Joel Naron, Trey Neff, Jarrett Nelson, Rick Nevin, Paul Nichter, Brian Nilsson, Klas Ngo, Phat Norton, Andrew Nugent, Steve Nunes, John

2010-P 1991 2006 1977-78 1987-90 1977-80 1996 1993 1983-86 1996-99 1979-82

O

O’Brien, Ian 1986-89 O’Donnell, Dan 1985-88 O’Keefe, Tim 1984 Oladapo, Charles 1974-76 Osby, Melvin 1975 Ottesen, Dustin 1995-96; 98-99

P

Page, Cole Parker, Taylor Parra, Emilio Parker, Justin Paterson, Rob

2009 2010 1995-98 1992 1988-89

Lettermen

Pele, Jason Perkins, Troy Petrie, David Perry, Greg (mgr) Petty, Brandt (mgr) Phillips, Glen Poellein, Erik Potter, Nick Prince, Russell Prow, John Purcell, Kieran

R

2003-06 2003 1985 1988 20071975 1998­-00 1995-98 1989 1987-91 2006-09

Raber, Joey (mgr) 2006-09 Rainbolt, Geff 1987-90 Raines, CW 1994-96 Ramsay, Matt 1999-­01 Randant, Robert 2009-P Ray, Marshall 1995-99 Reed, Kyle 2003-05 Rehfuss, Peter 1979-82 Reiss, Bobby 2008 Renner, Mark 1975 Richards, George (TR) 2003-05 Richards, Matt 2003 Rhymer, Jeff 1998­-01 Roate, Robbie 2003-06 Robbins, Jarrett 2008-11 Roberts, Mike 1986 Robinson, Ryan 2010-11 Rodriguez, DJ 1996-97 Romero, Luis 2011-P Ross, Bryan 2002 Ruszkowski, Trevor (mgr) 1998­-00

S

Sapoznik, Marc (mgr.) 2005 Sass, Justin 2008-10 Schaan, Gary 1994 Schafer, Kevin 2011-P 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-P Schroering, Marty 1991-94 Schultheis, Greg 1995 Schultz, Adam 1999-03 Scott, Ryan 1998­-00 Sebek, Matt 2000-03 Sergesketter, Dustin 1997-­00 Sharp, Jesse 2009-P 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, Corey 2004-07

Spargen, Paul Stahl, Kurt Stallings, Ryan Stevens, Casey Stockdale, Graham Stone, Craig Stovel, Nick Swartz, Dusty Syne, Kurt

T

Talley, Andre Tanck, Mike Terry, Dylan Teppen, Eric Templeton, Glen Tessein, Ernie Torres, Cesar Tucker, Josh Tyler, John Mark

V

Vega, Ignacio Vessels, Matt Vonderahe, Keith

W

1975 1990 2011-P 1999­-02 2005 1996-99 1997 1988 1981

2000-02 1975-76 2011-P 2011-P 1993 1980 1977-80 1994 2003-06

Wallach, Peter Walters, Trey Walton, Toby Wannemuehler, Brian Ware, Larry Wasserman, Bob Weir, David Weir, Pat Westbrook, Scott Westenberger, Nick Weston, Courtney Whitacre, Keith Wilhelm, Rob Wilhite, Nick (mgr) Wilke, Ray Williams, Mickey Williamson, Joe Wong, Jimmy Woodruff, Rew Worth, Brad Wynn, Gary (mgr)

Y 1991-93 2005 1990-94

Wachtel, Rich 1984-85 Wahl, Kasey (trainer) 2007 Waitman, Mark 1983-84

Young, Chuck Youngblood, Ryan

Z

Zahn, Jack Zickler, Chris (mgr) Ziliak, Mike Zobrist, Eric Zucchero, Larry

2005 1994-98 1993-96 1981-85 1974 1979 1988-91 1993-96 1978-82 1988-90 1988 1977-78 1985 1995-96 1976 1982-83 1987 1974-75 1991 1994-97 1986-91

1974 1999­-02

1974-76 1995 1974-75 1998 1978-79

1990 NCAA FINAL FOUR Won 24, Lost 1, Tied 2

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1974 (3-8-0) Coach: Bill Vieth L 0 Ball State L 0 Kentucky L 2 Southern Illinois L 1 St. Meinrad L 3 DePauw L 1 Wabash Valley JC L 1 Southern Illinois W 3 Vincennes JC L 0 Bellarmine W 6 Butler W 4 Indiana State 21

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1975 (6-6-0) Coach: Bill Vieth L 1 DePauw L 1 Wabash L 0 Kentucky W 5 Vincennes JC W 3 St. Meinrad L 0 Ball State L 1 Murray State W 8 Vincennes JC W 2 Bellarmine W 7 Butler W 3 Murray State L 1 Indiana State 32

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

1976 (3-8-0) Coach: Bill Vieth W 4 Vincennes JC (H) 0 L 2 Maryville (H) 5 L 1 Wabash (A) 2 L 0 St. Francis (H) 3 W 4 St. Meinrad (H) 2 L 0 Washington (MO) (A) 6 L 0 Ball State (A) 6 L 1 DePauw (H) 7 W 3 Parks College (H) 0 L 1 Bellarmine (A) 2 L 0 McKendree (A) 1 16 34

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1977 (8-7-1) Coach: Bob Gaudin W 5 Ala.-Huntsville (H) 2 W 4 Ball State (H) 0 W 6 Purdue-Calumet (H) 1 L 0 Cincinnati (A) 3 T 1 Xavier (A) 1 W 5 St. Francis (H) 2 L 0 Wabash (H) 6 W 4 Washington (Mo.) (H) 2 W 10 Maryville (H) 0 L 0 Mo.-St. Louis (A) 1 W 6 Blackburn (A) 2 W 6 Bellarmine (H) 1 L 1 DePauw (A) 2 L 1 Alabama A & M (H) 5 L 0 McKendree (H) 3 L 1 Notre Dame (H) 4 50 35 1978 (13-6-0) Coach: Bob Gaudin L 2 St. Louis (H) 4 L 0 UCLA (H) 1 W 4 WI-Madison (A) 0 W 3 WI-Milwaukee (A) 1 W 6 Blackburn (H) 0 W 4 Washington (Mo.) (A) 2 W 3 Dayton (A) 0 W 7 Xavier (H) 1 W 4 Cincinnati (H) 1 W 5 Benedictine (A) 1 W 3 Illinois-Chicago (H) 1 W 1 Ohio (H) 0 W 2 Mo.-St. Louis (H) 1 L 0 Indiana (H) 1 W 5 Oakland (MI) (H) 1 L 0 Eastern Illinois (H) 2 L 1 Quincy (A) 2 W 1 Ala.-Huntsville (A) 0 L 1 Alabama A & M (A) 2 52 21

Year-by-Year Results Fred Schmalz 1979-2002 (24 years) 302-165-49 1979 (9-5-6) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 2 Illinois State (H) 0 W 4 Ohio (A) 0 L 0 St. Louis (A) 3 T 2 Washington (Mo.) (H) 2 W 5 Bowling Green (H) 1 T 0 W. Michigan (H) 0 W 5 Dayton (H) 0 T 2 Ala.-Huntsville (H) 2 T 2 SIU-Edwardsville (A) 2 W 1 Alabama A & M (H) 0 T 0 Mo.-St. Louis (A) 0 W 3 Oakland (MI) (A) 0 L 1 Cleveland State (A) 2 W 3 Wheaton (A) 1 L 0 Indiana (N) 1 T 2 Eastern Illinois (A) 2 W 2 Quincy (H) 1 L 0 Indiana (A) 4 L 1 WI-Milwaukee (H) 2 W 1 Cincinnati (A) 0 36 23 1980 (12-6-3) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 4 Illinois State (H) 1 W 3 Xavier (A) 0 W 3 Miami (OH) (A) 2 W 3 Cincinnati (H) 0 L 0 Akron (A) 1 W 4 W. Michigan (A) 1 W 3 Oakland (H) 2 T 2 SIU-Edwardsville (H) 2 W 2 Bowling Green (A) 1 W 2 Washington (MO) (H) 1 L 2 Eastern Illinois (H) 3 T 1 Cleveland State (H) 1 T 1 Alabama A & M (H) 1 L 0 SMU (A) 2 W 8 Texas Christian (A) 1 L 1 Quincy (A) 3 W 6 Vanderbilt (A) 0 L 2 Indiana (H) 3 L 0 WI-Milwaukee (A) 1 W 1 Marquette (A) 0 W 6 Purdue (A) 0 54 2

1981 (11-8-3) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 4 Miami (OH) (H) 1 L 2 SIU-Edwardsville (A) 5 T 1 Illinois State (A) 1 T 3 St. Louis (H) 3 W 5 Xavier (H) 1 W 1 Indiana State (A) 0 W 2 William & Mary (N) 1 L 0 Loyola (MD) (A) 1 L 0 Navy (A) 2 W 1 Texas Christian (H) 0 W 1 Washington (MO) (A) 0 W 4 W. Michigan (H) 0 L 1 WI-Green Bay (H) 4 L 1 Cleveland State (A) 2 L 1 Akron (H) 2 T 0 Eastern Illinois (A) 0 L 2 Quincy (H) 4 W 4 Vanderbilt (H) 0 L 0 Indiana (A) 4 W 5 WI-Milwaukee (H) 0 W 7 Marquette (H) 1 W 1 Bowling Green (H) 0 46 32 1982 (15-3-4) NCAA First Round Coach: Fred Schmalz L 1 SIU-Edwardsville (H) 3 W 4 Washington (MO) (H) 0 W 5 Illinois State (H) 0 W 3 Missouri-Rolla (H) 0 T 0 WI-Milwaukee (A) 0 W 4 Marquette (A) 1 T 1 Eastern Illinois (N) 1 T 1 Colorado College (N) 1 W 3 Air Force (A) 2 W 4 Kentucky (H) 0 W 3 Cleveland State (H) 0 W 5 W. Kentucky (H) 0 W 2 Akron (A) 1 W 1 W. Michigan (A) 0 W 4 Loyola (H) 0 W 3 WI-Madison (H) 1 W 5 Vanderbilt (A) 0 T 1 Indiana (H) 1 W 1 Xavier (A) 0 W 4 N.E. Louisiana (H) 1 L 1 Bowling Green (A) 2 L * 0 Indiana (A) 1 56 15 *NCAA Tournament

1983 (13-5-4) Coach: Fred Schmalz T 1 UCLA (N) 1 L 0 UNLV (A) 2 W 2 Xavier (H) 1 W 6 Ky. Wesleyan (H) 0 T 0 Cleveland State (A) 0 L 0 WI-Milwaukee (H) 1 W 7 Louisville (A) 1 T 1 Marquette (H) 1 L 1 SIU-Edwardsville (A) 4 L 2 George Mason (N) 3 W 2 Illinois State (A) 0 W 1 Tulsa (H) 0 W 2 Akron (H) 0 W 3 W. Kentucky (A) 0 W 3 Loyola (A) 0 W 2 WI-Madison (A) 1 W 3 Vanderbilt (H) 2 L 1 Indiana (A) 2 T 1 St. Louis (H) 1 W 5 Cincinnati (H) 0 W 1 Dayton (H) 0 W 2 Bowling Green (H) 1 46 21 1984 (17-5-0) NCAA Second Round Coach: Fred Schmalz W 3 Loyola (H) 0 W 3 Xavier (A) 2 W 3 SIU-Edwardsville (H) 1 W 4 WI-Milwaukee (A) 1 L 1 Marquette (A) 2 W 2 Central Florida (A) 1 W 2 South Florida (A) 1 W 1 Louisville (H) 0 W 2 Cleveland State (H) 1 W 2 Tulsa (A) 0 W 2 Quincy (A) 0 W 2 WI-Green Bay (H) 0 L 2 Akron (A) 3 L 0 WI-Madison (H) 1 W 6 W. Kentucky (H) 0 W 2 Eastern Illinois (H) 0 L 3 Indiana (H) 4 W 4 Bowling Green (A) 2 W 8 Dayton (A) 0 W 2 Vanderbilt (H) 0 W *3 Akron (H) 2 L *0 Indiana (A) 5 57 26 *NCAA Tournament

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W* 1 Penn State (H) L* 1 UCLA (H) 93 *NCAA Tournament

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1985 (21-1-2) NCAA Final Four Coach: Fred Schmalz W 2 W. Michigan (H) 1 W 5 Quincy (A) 0 W 4 WI-Green Bay (A) 0 W 1 Akron (H) 0 W 4 Notre Dame (H) 2 W 10 Jacksonville (A) 0 T 0 South Florida (A) 0 W 3 Marquette (H) 1 W 2 SIU-Edwardsville (A) 1 W 2 Eastern Illinois (A) 1 W 2 Cleveland State (A) 0 W 3 W. Kentucky (A) 2 W 4 Bowling Green (H) 0 W 9 Ky. Wesleyan (H) 0 W 7 Loyola (A) 0 W 2 WI-Madison (A) 1 W 6 Xavier (H) 1 W 3 Indiana (A) 0 W 3 WI-Milwaukee (H) 1 T 1 St. Louis (H) 1 W 15 Louisville (H) 0 W* 3 Indiana (H) 0

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1986 (17-3-2) NCAA First Round Coach: Fred Schmalz W 4 Davidson (H) 0 W 4 Hartwick (A) 1 W 3 American (N) 0 W 1 SIU-Edwardsville (H) 0 W 1 Marquette (N) 0 W• 1 WI-Milwaukee (A) 0 W 2 St. Louis (A) 1 T• 1 SMU (N) 1 W 6 Cleveland State (H) 0 W 1 WI-Madison (H) 0 L 0 Old Dominion (H) 1 W 3 Fla. International (H) 2 W 2 Bowling Green (A) 1 W 2 WI-Green Bay (H) 0 W 2 W. Kentucky (H) 0 W 7 Louisville (A) 0 W 4 Eastern Illinois (H) 0 W 6 Loyola (H) 1 L 0 Akron (A) 1 T • 1 Indiana (H) 1 W 2 Notre Dame (A) 0 L*• 1 Akron (H) 2 54 12 *NCAA Tournament • (OT) 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 No. Carolina State (N) 3 W• 1 Duke (A) 0 W 7 W. 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 WI-Milwaukee (H) 0 W 5 Marquette (H) 1 W 2 WI-Madison (A) 1 W 3 Loyola (A) 0 L 0 Eastern Illinois (A) 1

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L 0 Indiana (A) L 2 Cleveland State (A) W 1 Memphis State (H) W 5 Dayton (H) Wm 3 Xavier (N) Wm 2 St. Louis (N) L * 1 Clemson (H) 53 m MCC Tournament (1st) *NCAA Tournament • (OT)

1 3 0 0 0 1 2 18

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 WI-Madison (H) 0 W 5 Dayton (A) 0 W 2 W. Kentucky (H) 0 L 0 Akron (A) 1 W 3 Geo. Washington (H) 0 T• 0 Santa Clara (H) 0 W 1 Bowling Green (A) 0 W 2 WI-Milwaukee (A) 1 W 2 Marquette (N) 0 L 0 So. Conn. State (N) 1 W• 1 Clemson (A) 0 W 2 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 W 1 Cleveland State (H) 0 W 1 Indiana (H) 0 Wm 5 Loyola (N) 0 L m 0 Notre Dame (N) 2 L *• 1 Fresno State (H) 2 41 15 m MCC Tournament (3rd) *NCAA Tournament • (OT) 1989 (19-4-0) MCC Tournament Champion, NCAA First Round Coach: Fred Schmalz W 1 Penn State (N) W 2 Vermont (N) W 4 Xavier (A) W 3 St. Louis (H) W 6 Dayton (H) W 3 American (N) W 2 George Mason (A) W 2 W. Kentucky (H) L 0 St. Louis (A) W 3 Dayton (A) W 2 Drake (H)

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0

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W 2 Louisville (A) W 1 Loyola (H) W 4 Marquette (H) W• 2 NC-Charlotte (N) W 2 Fresno State (N) T• 1 W. Kentucky (A) W• 1 Akron (H) Wm 2 Dayton (N) Wm 2 Notre Dame (N) L * 0 WI-Madison (A) 40 m MCC Tournament (1st) *NCAA Tournament • (OT)

The #1 ranked 1990 Aces reached the NCAA Final Four at Tampa, Fla. against Rutgers. W 3 WI-Milwaukee (H) W 1 Akron (H) L 2 Eastern Illinois (A) W 5 Wright State (H) W 4 WI-Madison (A) W 4 Memphis State (A) W 2 Xavier (H) L 0 Indiana (A) Wm 2 Loyola (N) Wm 2 Dayton (N) Wm 4 St. Louis (A) L   * 0 SMU (H) 57 m MCC Tournament (1st) *NCAA Tournament 1990 (24-1-2) MCC Tournament Champion, NCAA Final Four Coach: Fred Schmalz W 5 Eastern Illinois (H) W 1 St. Louis (A) T• 0 WI-Milwaukee (A) W 3 Wright State (A) W 3 Louisville (H) T• 1 Stanford (N) W 2 San Francisco (A) W 3 Dayton (A) W 4 Butler (H) W 2 Cal Northridge (H) W 4 George Mason (H) W• 2 W. Kentucky (A) W 2 Memphis State (H) W 2 Air Force (H)

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 16

0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

W 5 Xavier (H) W 3 Loyola (N) W 2 Marquette (A) W 5 WI-Madison (H) W 3 Detroit (H) W 2 Notre Dame (H) W 2 Akron (A) W 5 Xavier (N) W•m 6 Dayton (N) Wm 1 St. Louis (A) W•* 1 Boston U. (H) W* 1 Indiana (H) L * 0 Rutgers (N) 68 m MCC Tournament (1st) *NCAA Tournament    • (OT) 1991 (15-5-3) MCC Tournament Champion, NCAA First Round Coach: Fred Schmalz W 2 Simon Fraser (N) L 0 Portland (A) L 1 Tulsa (H) T• 1 WI-Madison (A) W 2 Xavier (A) L 0 St. Louis (H) W 8 Detroit Mercy (A) T• 0 Notre Dame (A) W 1 South Alabama (H) L 1 South Carolina (H) W 3 Butler (A) W 1 WI-Milwaukee (H) W 5 Dayton (H)

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 7

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

1992 (11-9-3) MCC Tournament Champion, NCAA First Round Coach: Fred Schmalz W 5 Louisville (H) W 2 Kentucky (H) L 2 WI-Milwaukee (A) W 2 WI-Madison (N) T• 0 UNLV (N) L 0 Fresno State (A) W 4 La Salle (H) L 0 Portland (H) W 3 Loyola (A) W 2 Butler (H) L • 1 St. Louis (A) L 0 Notre Dame (H) T• 1 Xavier (H) W 4 Detroit Mercy (H) L 0 Indiana (H) L 0 South Carolina (A) L 0 Brown (N) W• 1 Akron (A) T• 0 Dayton (A) W•m 2 Detroit Mercy (N) Wm 3 Notre Dame (N) Wm 2 La Salle (N) L* 1 Indiana (H) 35 m MCC Tournament (1st) *NCAA Tournament • (OT) 1993 (6-13-2) Coach: Fred Schmalz L • 3 Hartford (N) L 0 Vermont (A) W 3 Dayton (H)

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1 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 4 27

4 1 0

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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 WI-Madison (H) T• 1 WI-Milwaukee (H) L 0 St. Louis (H) L 0 Marquette (A) L • 3 WI-Green Bay (N) W 4 Kentucky (H) T• 1 Detroit Mercy (A) W 7 La Salle (A) L 0 Loyola (MD) (A) W 3 Loyola (IL) (H) L 0 Akron (H) W•m 3 Loyola (IL) (N) L m 0 Detroit Mercy (N) 34 m MCC Tournament (3rd) • (OT) 1994 (10-8-2) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 6 Oral Roberts (H) L • 1 Louisville (A) W 4 Tulsa (A) W 2 Texas-Pan Amer. (N) W 1 New Mexico (A) T• 4 Washington (H) W 2 Butler (H) T• 1 Missouri State (H) L • 3 WI-Madison (A) L 1 Illinois State (A) L 1 Creighton (A) L 1 W. Kentucky (H) L 2 WI-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 (3rd) • (OT)

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0 2 2 0 0 4 0 1 4 2 2 2 3 0 3 1 1 0 0 3 30

1995 (10-7-3) Coach: Fred Schmalz L • 1 Butler (A) 2 W 5 Xavier (H) 1 L 1 Cal State Fullerton (N) 5 T• 2 San Diego (A) 2 L 0 WI-Madison (H) 1 W 4 Drake (A) 1 W• 4 Hartwick (N) 3 W 1 Army (A) 0 W 2 Wright State (H) 1 L 2 Cal Northridge (H) 3 L 1 Saint Louis (H) 3 W• 3 SW Missouri (A) 2 W 2 Tulsa (H) 1 L 1 Creighton (H) 2 W 4 Western Kentucky (A) 0 T• 2 Indiana (A) 2 W 2 Bradley (A) 0 T• 1 Memphis (H) 1 Wm 4 Tulsa (H) 0 L m 1 Creighton (H) 2 43 32 m MVC Tournament (2nd) •(OT) 1996 (18-5-0) MVC Tournament Champion, NCAA First Round  Coach: Fred Schmalz W 1 UMKC (H) W 4 Louisville (H) W 4 Butler (H) W 5 Xavier (A) W 3 Cal-Irvine (N) L 0 UNLV (A) W 3 Army (H) W 7 Tulsa (H) L • 1 WI-Madison (A) W 5 Eastern Illinois (H) W 1 Memphis (A) W 3 W. Kentucky (H) W 3 Charleston (N) L 1 South Carolina (A) L 1 Creighton (A) W 2 Drake (A) W 3 Bradley (H) W 3 Saint Louis (A) W• 2 Marquette (H) W 4 Missouri State (H) W•m 1 Missouri State (N). W•m 3 Creighton (A)

0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 2 1 1 .2 .0 2

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1997 (9-10-1) Coach: Fred Schmalz L 2 Butler (A) L • 2 South Florida (N) 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 W. Kentucky (A) W 3 Bradley (A) W• 3 WI-Madison (H) L 0 Creighton (H) W 2 Drake (H) L 1 Missouri State (A) L m 0 Drake (H) 25 m MVC Tournament (5th) • (OT)

3 3 0 1 1 0 1 5 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 2 1 3 2 29

1998 (6-14-0) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 3 Denver (H) 0 L 0 Ohio State (A) 4 L 0 Bowling Green (N) 1 L • 0 WI-Madison (A) 1 W 4 IUPUI (H) 0 L 2 St. Louis (A) 3 L 0 Xavier (A) 2 L 0 Butler (H) 1 W 4 Drury(H) 2 W 2 UMKC (H) 1 L 0 Missouri State (H) 1 L • 1 Indiana (H) 2 L • 1 Coll. of Charleston (N) 2 L 0 South Carolina (A) 3 L 1 Creighton (A) 2 W 4 Drake (A) 3 L 0 Eastern Illinois (H) 1 L 1 Bradley (H) 2 W 2 Vanderbilt (H) 0 L 1 W. Kentucky (H) 2 26 33 • (OT)

Results 1999 (10-9-1) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 4 WI-Madison (H) 1 L 1 Washington (N) 2 L 0 Portland (A) 6 W 3 UNC-Asheville (H) 0 W• 2 Xavier (H) 1 W 5 Belmont (H) 0 W 1 Mercer (H) 0 L 1 Ohio State (H) 2 L 2 Butler (A) 4 W 5 Drury (H) 1 L 0 Indiana (A) 6 W 1 Bradley (A) 0 T• 2 Eastern Illinois (A) 2 L 1 Vanderbilt (A) 3 L 1 W. Kentucky (A) 2 W 1 Creighton (H) 0 W 1 Drake (H) 0 L • 2 Missouri State (H) 3 Wm 2 Vanderbilt (A) 1 L•m 0 Missouri State (N) 1 35 35 m MVC Tournament (3rd) •(OT) 2000 (4-10-3) Coach: Fred Schmalz L 0 Marquette (A) L 3 Fla. International (A) T• 2 Central Florida (N) T• 1 Akron (N) L 0 Butler (H) W 5 Xavier (A) L 1 Vanderbilt (H) W 6 Belmont (H) L• 0 Creighton (A) L 1 Drake (A) L 1 SMU (H) W 1 Texas Christian (H) T• 0 Missouri State (A) L 1 Tulsa (A) L 0 Bradley (H) L 1 Eastern Illinois (H) W 4 W. Kentucky (H) 27 • (OT)

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

2001 (7-10-1) Coach: Fred Schmalz W 3 Louisville (H) L 1 UNC-Asheville (A) L 0 Cal Northridge (N) T• 0 Fresno State (A) L 0 New Mexico (H) W 1 Portland (H) L 2 Davidson (H) W 3 Drury (H) L 1 Missouri State (H) W 4 W. Kentucky (H) W 4 Vanderbilt (H) W 2 Eastern Illinois (A) L 0 Bradley (A) W• 3 Drake (A) L 1 Creighton (A) L 0 Tulsa (H) L 0 SMU (H) L m 3 Creighton (A) 28 m MVC Tournament (5th) • (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 W. Kentucky (A) L 1 Vanderbilt (A) L 1 Eastern Illinois (H) L • 1 Bradley (H) L m 0 SMU (A) 29 m MVC Tournament (5th) • (OT)

0 2 1 0 2 0 4 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 5 3 1 5 34

0 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 6 1 3 2 1 1 1 0 3 3 2 4 36

Dave Golan 2003-2005 (3 years) 17-34-5 2003 (9-7-3) Coach: Dave Golan W 1 DePaul (N) 0 T• 2 Northwestern (A) 2 W 5 Valparaiso (H) 0 L 0 Michigan (A) 1 L 0 Marquette (A) 1 W 2 Drexel (H) 0 W 1 Memphis (H) 0 T• 1 Ohio State (A) 1 W 3 Butler (H) 1 W 3 #7 SMU (H) 1 L 2 Tulsa (H) 4 L 0 Creighton (A) 1 T• 1 Drake (A) 1 L 1 Bradley (A) 2 W 1 Eastern Illinois (A) 0 W 2 Missouri State (H) 1 W 2 Vanderbilt (H) 1 L 0 W. Kentucky (H) 2 L m 0 W. Kentucky (A) 2 27 21 m MVC Tournament (5th) •(OT) 2004 (6-13-1) Coach: Dave Golan W 2 WI-Madison (A) 1 T• 1 WI.-Milwaukee (N) 1 L 1 #4 Notre Dame (A) 2

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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 W. 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 (5th) • (OT)

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2005 (2-14-1) Coach: Dave Golan L 0 Akron (A) 5 T• 2 Lipscomb (A) 2 L 0 Memphis (H) 5 W 2 Bowling Green (H) 1 L 1 Birmingham So. (N) 4 L 0 #23 UAB (A) 2 L 0 Belmont (H) 2 L 2 Dayton (H) 6 L 0 Alabama A&M (A) 4 W 3 Oral Roberts (H) 2 L 0 Drake (A) 1 L • 0 Vanderbilt (H) 1 L 0 W. Kentucky (H) 1 L 1 #24 Missouri State (A) 5 L 0 Bradley (A) 2 L 0 Creighton (H) 2 L 1 Eastern Illinois (H) 5 12 50 • (OT)

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W 3 Mercer (H) L 1 IPFW (H) W• 1 UMKC (A) W• 3 Butler (A) W 3 W. 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) Tm• 2 Missouri State (N) (UE wins shootout 5-3) L m 0 Creighton (A) 45 m MVC Tournament (3rd) • (OT)

Mike Jacobs 2006-Present (6 years) 52-53-6 2006 (9-8-0) Coach: Mike Jacobs L • 4 Valparaiso (A) W 3 WI-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 W. Kentucky (A) L m 0 Drake (N) 31 m MVC Tournament (5th) • (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 WI-Green Bay (A)

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2008 (9-7-2) Coach: Mike Jacobs W 2 Detroit (N) 0 W 3 Central Arkansas (N) 0 W 3 Butler (H) 2 W 1 North Florida (H) 0 W 3 Valparaiso (H) 1 L 2 UC Santa Barbara (A) 4 L 0 Cal Poly (A) 3 W 6 Centenary (H) 0 L • 2 #16 Indiana (H) 3 W 1 Western Illinois (A) 0 T• 0 Lipscomb (H) 0 L 2 #2 Creighton (A) 3 L 0 Missouri State (H) 2 L 0 #6 Maryland (A) 4 W 3 Eastern Illinois (A) 1 W• 2 Bradley (H) 1 L 1 #25 Drake (H) 4 T•m 0 Bradley (H) 0 (Bradley wins shootout 5-4) 31 28 m MVC Tournament (4th) • (OT)

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2009 (12-8-1) Coach: Mike Jacobs L 0 SIU-Edwardsville (H) 1 W 3 NC-Greensboro (N) 0 L 0 #1 North Carolina (A) 4 W 4 Xavier (N) 1 W 2 W. Michigan (N) 0 W 1 IUPUI 0 W 5 Stony Brook (H) 3 L 4 Western Illinois (H) 2

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2011 (5-11-1) Coach: Mike Jacobs W 2 IUPUI (N) L 0 Wright State (N) L 0 Marist (H) W• 3 Eastern Illinois (H) W 4 Loyola (N) W• 2 Memphis (N) L 2 #21 Kentucky (A) W 4 Belmont (A) L 0 SIUE (A) L 1 Drake (H) L 0 Missouri State (H) T• 0 Central Ark. (A) L 0 Butler (H) L 1 #10 Indiana (H) L 1 Bradley (H) L 0 Western Illinois (H) L 0 #2 Creighton (A) 20 • (OT)

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