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City/Zip ....................West Point, NY 10996 Founded ............................ March 16, 1802 Enrollment ......................................... 4,400 Nickname.............................. Black Knights Colors ............................. Black, Gold, Gray Home Field ............................. Clinton Field Capacity/Surface ........ 2,000/Natural Grass Conference ..........................Patriot League Superintendent .... Lt. Gen. David H. Huntoon Jr. Athletics Director ................... Boo Corrigan Athletics Dept. Phone .........(845) 938-3701

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ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Executive Athletic Director ..........Bob Beretta Men’s Soccer Contact .... Christian Anderson Office Phone .......................(845) 938-6929 Cell Phone ..........................(845) 554-6023 Email.......... christian.anderson@usma.edu

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach......................... Russell Payne Alma Mater .............................Maryland ’98 Record at Army ......... 10-22-3 (3rd Season) Career Record ...................................Same Assistant Coach................. Steve McAnulty Alma Mater ............................ Columbia ’95 Assistant Coach............ Michael Marchiano Alma Mater .............................Maryland ’09 Head Officer Rep. ............... Col. Ike Wilson Athletic Intern......2nd Lt. Tanner Robertson Soccer Office Phone...........(845) 938-5204

TEAM INFORMATION 2011 Record .....................................7-10-1 2011 Conference Record/Finish ...2-4-1/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost .................... 15/9 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7/4 2012 Captains ... Mitch Johnson, Josh Koeppe

Name Chris Britt Michal Fiuk John Marinelli Joseph Chabries Tommy Jaeger Justin Kim Mitch Johnson Josh Koeppe Cameron Niccum Parker Dixon Brennan Randel Michael Kim Alex Pfister Jason Lewis Kyle Golonski Sean Mogan Vince Kennedy Nick Baietti Trent Brown Cody Giddings Lucas Tavill Arnold Chun Cody Guerry Jordan Lee Peter Lee Devin Perlee Tony Black Winston Boldt

Cl. Pos. Ht. Fr. K 6-5 Sr. K 6-4 So. K 6-1 Fr. B 5-8 So. B 5-10 Fr. M 5-10 Sr. B 6-0 Sr. M 5-7 Fr. B 6-3 Fr. M 5-11 Sr. F 5-7 Sr. M 5-6 Jr. B 6-4 Jr. M 6-1 So. M 6-1 So. B 5-7 So. B 5-11 Fr. M 5-10 Sr. F 6-2 Fr. M 5-9 Fr. B 5-10 Sr. M 5-10 Fr. F 5-9 Fr. F 5-9 Fr. B 6-3 So. M 6-1 Fr. B 6-0 So. K 6-3

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Hometown/High School (Prep School) Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo (USMAPS) Paramus, N.J./Paramus Minneapolis, Minn./Benilde-St. Margaret’s Kaysville, Utah/Shattuck St. Mary’s Centennial, Colo./Cherry Creek Gardena, Calif./Bishop Montgomery (USMAPS) Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Coffman Plano, Texas/Prince of Peace Christian Austin, Texas/Lake Travis North Ogden, Utah/Weber Shreveport, La./Captain Shreve Gardena, Calif./Bishop Montgomery (USMAPS) Germantown, Md./Poolesville Fort Thomas, Ky./Highlands Syracuse, N.Y./West Genesee Naperville, Ill./Benet Academy Milwaukee, Wis./Marquette McLean, Va./James Madison La Crosse, Wis./Shattuck St. Mary’s Granite Bay, Calif./Granite Bay Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Etiwanda Torrance, Calif./North Torrance (USMAPS) Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest (South Kent) Kailua, Hawai’i/Iolani Waldorf, Md./Northport South Orange, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Bellaire, Texas/Bellaire Senior (USMAPS) St. Louis, Mo./John Burroughs

Head Coach: Russell Payne, third season Assistant Coach: Steve McAnulty, first season Assistant Coach: Michael Marchiano, first season Athletic Intern: 2nd Lt. Tanner Robertson Head Officer Representative: Col. Ike Wilson Athletic Trainer: Kent Bultemeier

TABLE OF CONTENTS Team and Academy Information Roster .............................................. 1 About the Academy ........................ 2-6 Ath. Training/Strength & Cond......... 7-8 Clinton Field...................................... 9 Academy Administration ...................10 Director of Athletics ..........................11 2012 Black Knights Season Preview ...........................12-13 Head Coach Russell Payne ...........14-15 Assistant Coaches ............................16 Player Profiles .............................17-35 2011 Season Review Statistics/Results ..............................36 Game Recaps ..............................37-41 Patriot League Awards/Stats ........42-43

Members of the Army men’s soccer team pose with Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson on the steps of Washington Hall. Ferguson, who is a regular visitor to the Academy, spent an entire day at West Point and addressed the team.

History/Records All-Time Series Records.....................44 Career/Season Records ................45-46 Individual Honors/Awards .................47 All-Time Results ..........................48-52 All-Time Letterwinners .................53-56

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ROBERT E. LEE ’29 The Academy’s ninth Superintendent (1852-55), Lee was a model cadet during his four years at West Point. He graduated second in his class and never earned a single demerit during his four years at the Academy. At the beginning of the Civil War, he was selected to serve as Commanding General of the Army, but instead resigned his commission and was named GeneralIn-Chief of the Confederate Army from 1861 to 1865. Lee’s surrender to Ulysses S. Grant (USMA 1843), at Appomattox Court House, Va., ended the Civil War. Fort Lee, Va., was named in his honor. ULYSSES S. GRANT ’43 Grant distinguished himself during the Civil War at the Battle of Vicksburg in 1863; his victory secured control of the Mississippi River for the Union. President Abe Lincoln later appointed him Commanding General of the Army in March 1864. On April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, Va., Robert E. Lee (USMA 1829) surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to him, ending the Civil War. Grant later served as the 18th President of the United States from 1869 to 1877. Today, his image graces the $50 bill. GEORGE W. GOETHALS ’80 Goethals became an architect and was builder of the Panama Canal, 1904 to 1914. JOHN J. PERSHING ’86 Considered the second most senior officer in Army history, behind only George Washington, Pershing served as commander of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. The two-million-plus troops of the AEF made a decisive contribution to the defeat of Imperial Germany. Pershing’s abilities as a leader distinguished him among European commanders, and through repeated successes on the battlefield, promoted American prestige around the world. He served as Army Chief of Staff in 1921, and was named General of the Armies of the United States upon his retirement in 1924.

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DOUGLAS MACARTHUR ’03 After World War I, MacArthur returned to West Point to serve as the Academy’s 31st Superintendent from 1919 to 1922. During that time, he was responsible for the revitalization of the Academy. He was later promoted to General of the Army and served as Supreme Allied Commander in the Pacific Theater during World War II. During that time, he received the Medal of Honor for leading defense preparation and operations on the Philippine Islands. He later served as Supreme Allied Commander, Japan, and as commander, United Nations Command in the Far East. He was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars). GEORGE S. PATTON JR. ’09 “Old Blood and Guts,” Patton was one of the most colorful commanders in the Army. During World War II the famed commander of the 2nd Armored Division and later the Third Army displayed courage and daring as prominently as the pair of ivory handled revolvers he wore. Patton accomplished one of the most remarkable feats in military history in December 1944, when he quickly turned the Third Army northward to reinforce the Allied southern flank against the German attack in the Battle of the Bulge. The General’s doctrine of aggressive employment of massive armor forces continue to prove themselves in combat arenas around the world. OMAR N. BRADLEY ’15 During his career, Bradley earned a reputation as one of the best infantry commanders in World War II. He commanded the 82nd Airborne and 28th Infantry Divisions before going on to command the 1st Army and the 12th Army Group. After the war he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1948 to 1949 and served as the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1949 to 1953. He was the last Army officer to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars), and the Bradley fighting vehicle is named in his honor.

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DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ’15 During World War II, Eisenhower served as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces Europe from 1943 to 1944, during which he led the D-Day invasion of Europe. During that time, he was promoted to General of the Army (five stars). After the war, he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1945 to 1948 and was named President of Columbia University in 1948. He served as the 34th President of the United States from 1953 to 1961 and was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars). ALEXANDER M. HAIG JR. ’47 Haig served as Chief of Staff to President Richard Nixon from 1973 to 1974; Supreme Allied Commander in Europe 1974 to 1979; President of United Technologies Corporation 1980 to 1981 and Secretary of State during the Reagan administration from 1981 to 1982. FRANK BORMAN ’50 An astronaut from 1962 to 1970, Borman commanded the first circumlunar flight of the earth. He later served as President of Eastern Airlines. FIDEL V. RAMOS ’50 One of the Academy’s international cadets, Ramos served as a Philippine Army officer after graduation. He eventually became the country’s military Chief of Staff and later Secretary of National Defense. He also served as President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. EDWIN E. ALDRIN ’51 An astronaut from 1963 to 1972, Aldrin participated in the first manned lunar landing with Michael Collins (USMA ’52) and was the second man to walk on the moon. EDWARD WHITE ’52 An astronaut from 1962 to 1967, White was the first man to walk in space and was one of the three astronauts killed in the Apollo I disaster in 1967.

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H. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF ’56 As Commander-in-Chief, United States Central Command from 1988 to 1991, Schwarzkopf’s command ultimately responded to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait with the largest U.S. deployment since the Vietnam War, including portions of the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps as well as units from dozens of nations around the world. After retiring, Schwartzkopf received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. PETER M. DAWKINS ’59 Dawkins was Cadet Brigade Commander (First Captain of the U.S. Corps of Cadets) as a senior and became the third Heisman Trophy winner in Army football history. He later served as chairman and CEO of Primerica. JAMES V. KIMSEY ’62 Kimsey was the founding chairman of America Online, and was named chairman emeritus in 1996. He founded the Kimsey Foundation in 1996. MICHAEL W. KRZYZEWSKI ’69 Krzyzewski served as head basketball coach at West Point from 1974 to 1979 before assuming similar duties at Duke University. Krzyzewski has led the Blue Devils to three national championships and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in October 2001. He coached the U.S. at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. RAYMOND T. ODIERNO ‘76 Odierno commanded the 4th Infantry Division during the fall of 2003 which, along with Special Forces units, captured Saddam Hussein in December of that year. Odierno helped plan and coordinate the raid that netted Iraq’s fallen dictator. ROBERT S. KIMBROUGH ’89 Kimbrough was named one of 11 new astronaut candidates by NASA in May 2004. Kimbrough ranks among Army Baseball’s career leaders in saves. A veteran of Desert Storm, he currently works for NASA in Houston as a flight simulation engineer and participated in a space shuttle mission last fall.

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The mission of the U.S. Military Academy is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country; professional growth throughout a career as an officer in the U.S. Army; and a lifetime of selfless service to the Nation. Founded on March 16, 1802, the Academy celebrated its Bicentennial in 2002. But West Point’s role in America’s history dates to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. Gen. George Washington considered West Point to be the most strategic position in America. He personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications in 1778 after problems arose with French engineers originally placed in charge of the design. In 1779, General Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and defensive barriers. A 100-ton iron chain was extended across the Hudson to control river traffic. Today, several links from that chain are arranged at Trophy Point as a reminder of West Point’s original fortifications. In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson signed the legislation establishing the U.S. Military Academy to create an institution devoted to the arts and sciences of warfare. This effectively eliminated America’s wartime reliance on foreign engineers and artillerists. West Point became the nation’s first engineering school and served as the model for engineering programs which were eventually established at other colleges. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, the “Father of the Military Academy,” served as Superintendent from 1817 through 1833. He upgraded academic standards, instilled military discipline and emphasized honorable conduct. Early graduates were largely responsible for the construction of the nation’s initial railway lines, bridges, harbors, and roads. Although the curriculum maintains its focus on engineering, in recent decades the program of instruction has markedly changed, providing cadets a selection of more than 40 majors. This tradition of academic and military excellence, guided by a demanding standard of moral and ethical conduct, remains the cornerstone of the West Point experience. It is said at West Point that “much of the history we teach was made by those people we taught.” The Academy has produced famous leaders throughout its illustrious past…Civil War Generals Grant, Sherman, Lee, and Jackson, to name but a few. In World War I, 34 of the 38 corps and division commanders were graduates. World War II would see many graduates reach brigadier general or higher, to include Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley and Patton. In more recent conflicts, MacArthur, Ridgway, Westmoreland, Abrams, Schwarzkopf and Abizaid were in command. Academy graduates have also excelled in air and space exploration, and countless others went on from military service to become leaders in medicine, law, business, religion and science. Since its founding, the Military Academy fulfills the same mission as it always has . . . to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets. It accomplishes this mission by developing cadets in three essential areas: intellectual, physical and military. These developmental paths are balanced and fully integrated into the daily life of each young man and woman at the Academy. Intellectual growth is fostered through an academic curriculum that provides a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences. The electives program builds upon the foundation of the core, allowing cadets to develop even greater competence in selected areas. In addition, the fields-of-study and majors nurture the development of creativity, critical thinking, and self-directed learning, essential characteristics of 21st century officers. The four-year academic experience leads to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the in-

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tercollegiate, club or intramural level each semester. This readies the cadet for the physical demands of military life and helps teach good judgment and self-discipline, even while under mental and physical stress. Military development begins with the cadet’s first day at West Point. Most military training takes place during the summer, with new cadets undergoing Cadet Basic Training, or Beast Barracks, their first year, followed the second summer by Cadet Field Training. Cadets spend their third and fourth summers serving in active Army units around the world; attending specialty training such as airborne, air assault or northern warfare or helping to train the first- and second-year cadets. The Cadet Leader Development System seeks to give the cadets increasing responsibility until they are ready to receive their commissions and assume their duties as leaders in today’s Army. Moral and ethical values guide cadets throughout their four years at West Point. Commitment to the Academy’s “Bedrock Values,” based on integrity and respect for the dignity of others, begins on the first day. Integrity is reflected in the Cadet Honor Code which states: “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” Respect denotes that cadets treat others with the same respect and dignity they themselves would expect. At West Point, it is not enough to train leaders—they must be leaders of character. Admission is keenly competitive and is open to young men and women from all states and territories and from every socioeconomic level. Prospective cadets must receive a nomination by a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army. The Academy seeks candidates who possess records of success in academics, athletics and leadership indicative of well-rounded individuals. Although the life of a cadet is demanding, there remains an array of club activities ranging from golf, skiing, boxing, crew and orienteering to such organizations as the cadet radio station, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers-Big Sisters. Additionally, the U.S. Corps of Cadets hosts a Special Olympics event each spring. Today’s Military Academy is a vastly different institution from the small academy legislated into being by Congress in 1802. Originally just 1,800 acres, the Academy has grown to more than 16,000 acres. The first graduating class numbered just two men; today’s classes graduate more than 900 new officers annually, both men and women, who are prepared for leadership roles within the Army. With the expansion of knowledge and the changing needs of the United States Army and the nation, life at West Point has changed to keep pace. Ever mindful of its rich heritage, the U.S. Military Academy is developing leaders for tomorrow, and its focus remains the national needs of the 21st century.

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“Any of us who went through the process; anyone who felt the flame of that furnace, came away altered in the way we go about running our lives. Some part of it is the belief that you are not only doing it for personal glory, but you do it because it is your responsibility. It’s part of being a member of The Corps and each of us that have felt that magic feel especially privileged to have done so.” - HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER PETE DAWKINS

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“You have ahead of you the best of all professions. Being a leader is the best thing you can possibly be and you’re at a school that will make you the best possible leader. West Point is the ring. It’s the foundation of everything I have done.” - HEAD COACH MIKE KRZYZEWSKI

“For here we train the men and women whose duty it is to defend the Republic, the men and women whose profession is watchfulness, whose skill is vigilance, whose calling is to guard the peace, but if need be, to fight and win.” - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

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Stationed on the first floor of Kimsey Athletic Center, Army’s athletic 7 training department moved into its new and spacious home in the spring of 2003. The athletic training room now covers 9,500 square feet, housing the finest equipment available for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Highlights of the facility include a 1,202-square-foot cardiovascular room containing more than 25 pieces of equipment; a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area equipped with a 2,018-square-foot rehabilitation pool, Jacuzzi, two large pools, and four regular pools; 10 treatment tables; five modular taping tables; high-density storage; and a physician’s office with X-ray capability. The training room also features a vast array of the latest treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Thanks to the expansive new treatment area, Army’s athletic training staff can service countless Black Knight athletes simultaneously so they are able to realize their full potential on the “fields of friendly strife.”

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING O’MEARA, MALEK, DAWKINS CLASS OF 1959 STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER An integral component in Army’s intercollegiate athletic program is the strength and conditioning department. The most visible sign of Army’s commitment in this area is the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center in Kimsey Athletic Center, one of the finest facilities in the nation. The monstrous 20,000-squarefoot center is located on the second floor of Kimsey Athletic Center and features 30 tons of plates and dumbbells; 15 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, including six high-speed treadmills; a stateof-the-art weight training area with 16 rack and platform training stations, as well as a separate dumbbell area; and top-of-the-line Hammer strength equipment. Under the direction of Scott Swanson, the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center rivals any training facility in the country.

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Clinton Field at West Point is named after Revolutionary General James Clinton. As one of New York’s most distinguished military leaders during the Revolution, Clinton commanded troops throughout the Hudson River Valley including stops at Fort Clinton, Fort Montgomery and at West Point. It was at West Point in 1778 where General Clinton and his men began to throw chains across the Hudson to prevent enemy ships from traveling up the river. One of Clinton’s most important missions began in November of 1778. Upon receiving orders at West Point from General George Washington, Clinton left for Albany to join forces with General Sullivan. Their mission was to help the colonists seek retribution against Indian and Tory armies who had massacred the villages of Cherry Village, N.Y., and Wyoming, Pa. Clinton’s and Sullivan’s forces eventually defeated their enemies in an intense battle in Elmira, N.Y, forcing them to flee to the British fortress in Niagara. This battle was one of Clinton’s last, as he immediately returned to Albany and remained there until the end of the war. However, he would later find himself alongside Washington during the British surrender at Yorktown and was later present at the evacuation of New York by the British. After exiting his military career, Clinton took an active role in politics serving as a member of the convention called to ratify the Constitution of the United States. Clinton was also elected a member of the New York State Senate where he helped revise the state’s constitution. During the last few years, Clinton Field has received numerous upgrades. In 2006, the soccer clubhouse, located across the street from Clinton Field, was completed. The facility features locker rooms, a training area for the athletes, a team meeting room and a lounge. This gives the Army coaching staff the opportunity to take the team out of the elements during halftime of games to discuss strategy away from the noise of the playing field. In 2010, the locker rooms underwent a complete redesign to better meet the needs of today’s student-athletes. Over the last two years, a new fence was constructed around the field, state-of-the-art goal barriers were installed on both the main pitch and the practice field, stadium signboards were erected, banners celebrating the program’s rich history were hung and tear drop flags were unveiled and a brand new scoreboard debuted. The playing surface at Clinton Field has been trimmed shorter and is a very fast track.


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LT. GENERAL DAVID H. HUNTOON JR. SUPERINTENDENT

BRIG. GENERAL THEODORE D. MARTIN COMMANDANT OF CADETS

BRIG. GENERAL TIMOTHY E. TRAINOR DEAN OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD

Lieutenant General David H. Huntoon, Jr. became the 58th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy in July 2010. He had previously served as Director of the Army Staff in January 2008. Huntoon was commissioned from West Point in 1973. From 1973-1986, he served as an infantry officer in a series of command and staff assignments with the 3rd Infantry Regiment at Fort Myer, Va., the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Wash., the 7th Army Training Command at Vilseck, Germany, and with the 3rd Infantry Division in Aschaffenburg, Germany. From 1986-1988, Huntoon attended the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kans. and the School for Advanced Military Studies. He then served in the Directorate of Plans, XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, N.C., as Senior War Plans Officer (Operation Just Cause), Deputy Director of Plans (Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm), and Director of Plans. Huntoon commanded 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry (Mechanized) at Camp Casey, Korea, and served as Chief of Plans, CJ3, Combined Forces Command and United Nations Command, Yongsan from 1992-94. In 1994-95, he was the Army’s National Security Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He then took command of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), Fort Myer, Va. Huntoon’s next assignment was the Executive Officer to the Chief of Staff of the United States Army. Prior to that assignment, he served as the Assistant Division Commander of the 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas, and from 2000-2002, he was the Deputy Commandant of the US Army Command and General Staff College. Huntoon moved on to become the Director of Strategy, Plans and Policy, Army G3, at the Pentagon. In August 2003, he was assigned as the 46th Commandant, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Huntoon’s awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (6th Award), and the Bronze Star; Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Parachute Qualification Badge, and the Ranger Tab. He has a Masters of Arts in International Relations from Georgetown University and a Masters in Military Arts and Sciences from the CGSC Advanced Military Studies Program.

Brigadier General Theodore D. Martin, a former Army swimmer and captain of the 1982-83 Black Knights’ swimming team, returned to West Point in July 2011 to assume command of the United States Corps of Cadets as the 73rd Commandant of Cadets. Martin graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1983 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the armor branch of the U.S. Army. His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic Course (cavalry track), the Infantry Officer Advanced Course, the Naval College of Command and Staff, and the Army War College. He holds a master’s degree in national security & strategic studies from the Naval War College, a master’s degree in strategic studies from the Army War College, and a master’s degree in business from Webster University. Martin’s command experience includes Commander, C Company, 2nd Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, Federal Republic of Germany; Commander, 1st Squadron, 10th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers), 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq; Commander, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq; Commander, Operations Group (COG), National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif.; and Commandant & 45th Chief of Armor, U.S. Army Armor School, Fort Benning, Ga. Beyond command, Martin has served in a wide variety of staff and leadership assignments including duty in the 1st Armor Training Brigade, Fort Knox, Ky.; the Combined Arms CommandTraining, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Advisor to the Imam Mohammed bin Saud Brigade and later the Prince Sa’ad bin Abdul Rahman Brigade, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Joint Improvised Explosive Device-Defeat Task Force as the Iraq Field Team Leader, Baghdad, Iraq; and Human Resource Command, Alexandria, Va., as Armor Branch Chief and Chief of Combat Arms Division. Brigadier General Martin’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star Medal with “V” device and two oak leaf clusters, Meritorious Service Medal with six oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, and the Army Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters. Additionally, he has earned the Combat Action Badge and Parachutist Badge. Martin is a member of the 10th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers) and is the recipient of the Order of Saint George, the Order of Saint Barbara, and the Order of Saint Maurice (Primicerius).

Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, Ph.D., became the Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy in the summer of 2010. He previously served as professor and head of the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point where he taught courses in engineering management, systems engineering and decision analysis. Trainor graduated with a Bachelor of Science from West Point in 1983 and entered the Engineer Branch of the U.S. Army. As an engineering officer, Trainor has served in operational assignments around the world, including Germany, Honduras, Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Riley, Kans. and Sarajevo, Bosnia. Trainor has a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke and a doctorate degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of the Military Applications Society of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences the Military Operations Research Society, the American Society for Engineering Management and the American Society of Engineering Education. He is a past president of Epsilon Mu Eta, the national Engineering Management Honor Society. Trainor is also a member of the Board of Fellows for the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University. As an analyst, Trainor helped develop the Installation Status Report that provides the Army a standardized means to assess infrastructure and environmental conditions on installations to support resource allocation decisions. He has applied decision analysis methods in completing an organizational analysis of the Army’s Installation Management Agency and in assessing defense security cooperation programs. Trainor deployed to Basrah, Iraq in the summer of 2007 and worked with the British-led Provincial Reconstruction Team in helping the provincial Iraqi leaders improve their infrastructure revitalization plans. Trainor is married to Col. Donna Brazil, a 1983 graduate of West Point, who is a professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Academy. They have a daughter Cory, who is currently attending West Point, and two sons; Danny and Zach.

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Director of Athletics

BOO CORRIGAN DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Superintendent Lt. Gen. David H. Huntoon Jr., announced the hiring of Boo Corrigan as the Academy’s director of athletics on Feb. 1, 2011. “We have an opportunity to work every day with a truly exceptional group of young people,” Corrigan said. “The opportunities they receive through intercollegiate athletics will help shape their own leadership styles as they become officers in the U.S. Army. We have a great team that focuses daily on our cadet-athletes. We strive to enhance their overall experience as they develop into the leaders our nation needs.” In his short time as athletic director, Corrigan has strengthened and expanded Army Athletics’ relationships in several key areas. In recent months, Army has secured a new apparel agreement with Nike, a new pouring rights contract with Coke and bringing in the Aspire Group to enhance ticket sales and better serve Army season ticket holders. Corrigan also crafted the Team Army concept, a comprehensive plan designed to add significant value to Army’s corporate sponsorships while maintaining the tradition of West Point Athletics. Corrigan, who has a proven record as a fundraiser, spearheaded changes in the Army A Club and ticket operations that have resulted in more than $20 million dollars in major gifts and record-setting annual giving during his tenure. During that time the funding for a new lacrosse facility, that is scheduled to break ground, was secured. In addition to his role in enhancing revenues for Army Athletics, Corrigan led a strategic plan-

ning process that developed a new mission statement and goals for the department. In his first full year at West Point, Corrigan oversaw a program that won three Patriot League championship (baseball, women’s soccer, women’s tennis) and sent four teams to the NCAA postseason (rifle). Eighteen cadets earned a major award from their conference, including six Rookies of the Year selections and three Player of the Year winners. Cadet-athletes have continued to thrive in the classroom under Corrigan’s watch. In 2011-12, Army had five Academic All-Americans, including four first-team selections. The Black Knights’ football team boasted two first-team CoSIDA Academic All-Americans in 2011, a first for the program since 1957. The Black Knights also boasted three Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year, including overall men’s winner Brendan Buckley. In addition, former football standout Andrew Rodriguez became the first Army player to win the National Football Foundation’s Willam V. Campbell Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation’s top football scholar-athlete. Rodriguez later was honored with the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the country. He was the first Army player to receive the award since 1946 and was just the third player in history (Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow) to win both the Campbell Trophy and Sullivan Award. Army has been the focus of national attention since Corrigan’s arrival. He was instrumental in supporting the CBS documentary, “Game of Honor,” that chronicled the Black Knights’ 2011 football season leading up to its annual showdown with arch-rival Navy. Not only was the two-hour program broadcast to a national audience on Showtime, but also won the Emmy Award for Best Sports Documentary. The Army football team was also the focus of a behindthe-scenes book titled, “Soldiers First,” written by New York Times writer Joe Drape. Corrigan has also made his mark on the aesthetics of historic Michie Stadium. In order to upgrade the appearance and provide a better experience for Army fans, Corrigan implemented a Michie Stadium branding and signage campaign that began in 2011. The first phase of the project was completed prior to the 2012 season. In addition to his duties at West Point, Corrigan has been an active leader in the Patriot League, serving as chairman of the conference’s Broadband Committee. Corrigan, who was the senior associate athletic director for external affairs at Duke Univer-

sity starting in August 2008, brings a wealth of leadership to his post. He is a proven administrator with 18 previous years of experience in all areas of revenue generation, external affairs, staff management and leadership. Corrigan’s chief responsibilities at Duke included the oversight of the Blue Devil corporate partnerships and the Marketing, Promotions, Ticket, Internet Operations, Sports Information and Video Services departments. In only two years at Duke, Corrigan was responsible for the negotiation of multi-media rights to ISP. A supervisor of the 2009 NCAA Champion women’s tennis and 2010 NCAA Champion men’s lacrosse programs, Corrigan was a part of three NCAA Championships at Duke in just two seasons. He is currently a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules committee and the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Committee, while serving on the Executive Budget Committee at Duke. Prior to arriving at Duke in August of 2008, he oversaw Notre Dame’s corporate relations and marketing as an associate athletic director for five years. During his stint at Notre Dame, Corrigan spearheaded the redesign of its official athletics website and creation of 15-20 hours of original video content weekly. That resulted in a 35 percent increase in page views and unique users. Corrigan also worked directly with ISP Sports, CSTV, and NBC Sports from a sales and marketing standpoint. Before joining the staff at Notre Dame, Corrigan spent nearly three years as the associate athletic director for marketing at the United States Naval Academy. He was responsible for turning the marketing department from a deficit to profit in his first year with full budget responsibility for the department. Corrigan also was intimately involved with the re-branding of the Annual Giving Campaign (The Blue and Gold), which led to an increase of 75 percent year over year donations. His collegiate experience also inclcudes a stint as assistant director of marketing at Florida State from 1992-95. Corrigan is a 1990 University of Notre Dame graduate with a degree in economics. He is married to the former Kristen Acetoa, a former field hockey and lacrosse player at the University of Virginia who also earned a master’s degree from the school. The couple has three children, Finley (11), Tre (9) and Brian (8). He is the youngest of seven children of Gene and Lena Corrigan.

EXECUTIVE STAFF

BOB BERETTA

JONATHAN EVANS

LT. COL. KIM KAWAMOTO

LT. COL. MIKE McELRATH

GENE MCINTYRE

EXECUTIVE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

DEPUTY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

ASSOCIATE A.D. SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR

INTERIM DEPUTY MILITARY A.D.

ASSOCIATE A.D. RECRUITING/ ADMISSIONS SUPPORT

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2012 Season Outlook

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The Army men’s soccer program will look to take another step in the right direction this season under third-year head coach Russell Payne. The Black Knights’ win total has increased dramatically since Payne took over the reins of the program prior to the 2010 campaign, and the future remains bright for a young squad that is chockfull of talent. After leading Army to three wins in his inaugural season, Payne had the precocious Black Knights just one win away from their first Patriot League Tournament appearance since 1996 last fall. Army finished the 2011 season with a 7-10-1 overall mark, posting its highest win total since the 2007 squad recorded nine wins. In fact, the seven victories by the Black Knights equaled the number of wins accumulated by the program over the previous three seasons combined. The Black Knights were recognized following the season as Jeff Pickett and Josh Koeppe were both named to the 2011 All-Patriot League second team. It marked the first time since 2006 that Army produced two all-conference selections. Koeppe, who will serve as the team captain this fall, is looking to improve upon the numbers he put up as a junior last season (four goals, 10 points). The Black Knights also return senior forward Trent Brown, who listed among the team’s scoring leaders with three goals and two assists. The Army defense, which limited the opposition to 1.61 goals per game and recorded three shutouts a year ago, will be buoyed by the return of sophomore goalkeepers Winston Boldt and John Marinelli. The duo excelled while splitting

time in the Black Knights’ net last year as freshmen. Sophomore defender Tommy Jaeger figures to step into the shoes vacated by Pickett and serve as one of the stalwarts along the back line. With a mix of savvy veterans, experienced sophomores and a talented nucleus of freshman comprising this year’s roster, the arrow figures to remain pointed up for the Army men’s soccer team. Now that the program’s goals have been elevated, nothing short of a postseason berth will be acceptable for this hungry group of Black Knights. “Our goal, as always, is to realize the true potential of our team and improve as the season progresses,” said Payne.

FORWARD

Army’s crop of forwards will be headed up by senior Trent Brown, who ranked second on the team last season in goals (three) and points (eight), while listing tied for third with two assists. Brown appeared in all 18 contests as a junior last fall, drawing 13 starts and making the most of his opportunities. “Trent is our most experienced forward,” said Payne. “He is a tireless worker and brings leadership to our club.” Fellow senior Brennan Randel returns to the Black Knights’ program after not being a member of the team in 2011. He played in 21 games over his first two seasons at the Academy with a pair of starts. He scored one goal in nine appearances as a sophomore in 2010. His return figures to bolster Army’s group of forwards, and his experience and fire power up front will aid the Black Knights’ offense. “Brennan is a very talented forward who will bring an athletic element to our team up front,” commented Payne. Freshmen Cody Guerry and Jordan Lee round out the four-man contingent of forwards. “Cody and Jordan are dynamic and motivated young players, and we look forward to watching them develop,” said Payne.

MIDFIELD

Sophomore M Devin Perlee

The Army midfield will be one of the team’s most experienced position groups in 2012 with seniors Josh Koeppe and Michael Kim leading the way. Sophomores Kyle Golonski and Devin Perlee, who were productive as plebes a year ago, also return to bolster this group. Koeppe burst onto the scene offensively in 2011 after not recording a point over his first two seasons at the Academy. The Plano, Texas, native led Army and ranked

Senior M Michael Kim among the Patriot League leaders in goals (four), points (10), shots (40) and shots on goal (16) en route to earning a spot on the All-Patriot League second team. “Josh is a great two-way player who will lead our team as one of our captains,” said Payne. “He is one of our most experienced players in the midfield, and we expect him to be one of our top offfensive contributors in 2012.” Kim, who routinely triggers the Black Knights’ set pieces, will once again help facilitate the Army offense. Last year, Kim finished with one goal and one assist while listing tied for third on the team with 22 shots. Perlee emerged as one of the Patriot League’s most explosive freshmen in 2011, finishing the season with two goals and two assists for six points. He appeared in all 18 matches as a plebe, drawing 14 starts. Golonski, who ended his initial campaign in an Army uniform with two goals and one helper, is looking to improve upon his steady freshman numbers. Senior Arnold Chun and junior Jason Lewis will look to make an impact in the midfield this season after contributing in 2011. “All of our returning midfielders have the ability to decide a game, and that is very exciting,” added Payne. The coaching staff also expects early contributions from freshmen Cody Giddings, Parker Dixon, Justin Kim and Nick Baietti. All four players experienced a great deal of success for their club programs.

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2012 Season Outlook GOALKEEPER

Sophomore D Tommy Jaeger

DEFENSE

Army’s defense, which continued to make marked improvements last fall, should be just as strong in 2012 with the return of several key members of the back line. The Black Knights ended last year with a 1.61 goals-against average, marking the second straight season that Army posted a GAA below 2.00. Sophomore Tommy Jaeger, who was one of just three Black Knights to start all 18 contests a year ago, will anchor an Army defense that posted three shutouts in 2011. Jaeger, who often ignites the Black Knights’ attack off direct kicks and corner kicks, is an offensive weapon who racked up three assists as a freshman last season. Senior team captain Mitch Johnson, junior Alex Pfister, and sophomores Vince Kennedy and Sean Mogan also return to the mix after making strong contributions last year. Mogan started 17 of 18 games in 2011, while Johnson drew seven starts and appeared in 12 contests overall. “Our returning corps of defenders will all factor into our plans for this season and play a role as we look to improve our defensive record,” said Payne. Freshmen Tony Black, Joseph Chabries, Cameron Niccum, Peter Lee and Lucas Tavill have been brought into the fold by the Army coaching staff and will provide quality depth to the Black Knights’ defensive corps.

The Black Knights’ goalkeeper situation is a lot more clear heading into 2012 than it was prior to last season thanks to the return of sophomore keepers Winston Boldt and John Marinelli, who split time in the Black Knights’ net in 2011. Marinelli started Army’s first 13 matches last season and recorded a 1.67 goalsagainst average and two shutouts. Boldt, meanwhile, came on strong at the end of the season, starting the final five contests and posting a 1.48 GAA and one blanking. Boldt finished with a .724 save percentage and a 2-2-1 overall mark. Senior Michal Fiuk, who started four games for the Black Knights as a sophomore in 2010, provides tremendous leadership to the young group. “We are fortunate to have Michal back to provide senior leadership to our younger keepers,” said Payne. “Winston and John are back in the fold following strong freshman seasons, and we expect them to be even better as sophomores this year.” Freshman Chris Britt rounds out the four-man crew. The first-year keeper from Mission Viejo, Calif., will push the upperclassmen for playing time and provide excellent depth to the position group.

SCHEDULE

Following a pair of exhibition contests, Army will officially lift the lid on its 2012 campaign on August 25 with a home match versus service acdemy rival Air Force. The Black Knights then play at Seton Hall (Aug. 27) before consecutive home dates opposite Iona (Aug. 31) and Binghamton (Sept. 3).

Sophomore K Winston Boldt Army then takes to the road for a pair of challenging road trips against national powers. The Black Knights play at Louisville on Sept. 8, before flying to California to face Cal State Northridge (Sept. 14) and Cal Poly (Sept. 16). The Black Knights return to the East Coast to open their Patriot League schedule at Holy Cross on Sept. 22. The team then travels to Chester, Pa., to battle Navy at PPL Park on Sept. 30. Army returns to the friendly confines of West Point’s Clinton Field for a contest versus American (Oct. 6) before making the short drive to Garden City, N.Y., to face Adelphi (Oct. 9). The Black Knights then host Colgate on Oct. 13, before traveling to play at Bucknell (Oct. 20), Manhattan (Oct. 23) and Lafayette (Oct. 27). Army finishes the regular season with consecutive home matches versus NJIT (Oct. 30) and Lehigh (Nov. 3). Should the Black Knights finish within the top four in the conference standings, they would qualify for the Patriot League Tournament, which will be contested Nov. 9 and 11 at the site of the conference’s regular-season champion. “We’ve assembled the most challenging non-conference schedule in years,” stated Payne. “It’s important that we prepare ourselves for high-level national competition as we enter the Patriot League season.”

Senior M Josh Koeppe

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Head Coach Russell Payne

RUSSELL PAYNE HEAD COACH THIRD SEASON MARYLAND ’98

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After leading the Black Knights to their best overall record in five years last fall, Russell Payne embarks upon his third season as the head coach of the Army men’s soccer program in 2012. Payne, who was introduced as the 11th head coach in program history in December 2009, guided a young Army squad to a 7-10-1 overall record in 2011. The Black Knights finished last season with a 2-4-1 Patriot League mark and came within a whisker of qualifying for the conference’s postseason tournament for the first time since 1996. Army’s seven victories last season were the most since the 2007 team won nine games. Army’s two Patriot League wins were the most since the 2006 Black Knights won three conference contests. Army’s sixth-place finish in the Patriot League standings marked its highest finish since placing fifth in 2006. Army accumulated seven points in conference games, the highest total for the Black Knights since the Patriot League adopted the points system beginning in 2007. Additionally, Payne helped Jeff Pickett and Josh Koeppe earn All-Patriot League honors, giving Army two players on the allconference team in the same season for the first time since Daniel Newell and John Borland earned the honors in 2006. Pickett, who became the first Black Knight to collect all-league honors in consecutive seasons since Newell accomplished the feat in 2006 and 2007, was also named an NSCAA Scholar All-American. He is just the second Army player to earn that recognition, joining Newell. Army players collected individual awards throughout the 2011 campaign, with four Black Knights earning Patriot League weekly honors. John Marinelli (goalie of the week), Devin Perlee (rookie of the week), Trent Brown (player of the week) and Winston Boldt (goalie of the week) each earned a Patriot League certificate during the course of the year. It marked the most weekly awards won by

Army in a single season since 1996 when the Black Knights took home five weekly honors. Army players excelled academically last year as well. For the second season in a row, Mitch Johnson and Tanner Robertson were named to the Patriot League All-Academic Team after performing superbly both on the field and in the classroom. A total of 15 Black Knights were named to the Dean’s List during the 2011 fall semester. Payne began his Army coaching career by guiding the Black Knights to a 3-12-2 overall record in 2010. Army ended his initial season at West Point on a high note, posting a 2-1-2 mark over its final five matches of 2010. In Payne’s firs rstt year, year ye ar,, Army Army ccut ut iits ts goals-against average ver erag age e ne near nearly arly ly iin n ha half half, lf,, from 2.20 in 2009 09 to 1 1.2 1.22 .22 2 in 2 2010. 010. 01 0. The Black Knights htss al ht also so ssna snapped napp pped ed an 11-game Patriot atri at riot ot LLea League eagu gue e losing streak wi with th a 1 1-1 -1 tie at Lafayette e late llat ate e in the season. Ar Army’s Army my’s ’s offense generated ate ted d 14 goals and 18 8 assists after totaling a mere nine goals and d six assists in 2009. 9. Army’s 18 assists stss st ranked fourth h in the Patriot League. ague ag ue.. Payne also helped elpe el ped d Pickett earn All-Patriot -Pat -P atri riot ot League second-team n dd-te team am ming mi ng tthe he honors, becoming er to e ear arn n first Army player earn ecog ec ogni niti tion on conference recognition ookk ho oo home me since Newell ttook ls in in 20 2007 07.. first-team laurels 2007. ved a att We West st Payne arrived ears ea rs as as an Point after five yyears h at national nat n atio iona nall assistant coach nd w whe here re h he e power Maryland where alma ma m mat ater er tto o helped lead his al mater pear pe aran ance cess in tthe he five-straight appearances ent, en t, iinc nclu ludi ding ng a NCAA Tournament, including hamp ha mpio ions nshi hips ps pair of national cchampionships 008 08.. Ma Mary ryla land nd in 2005 and 2008. Maryland ries ri es with wit w ith h Pa Payn yne e totaled 83 victories Payne g st staf aff, f, w whi hich ch on the coaching staff, which -yea -y earr mark mark in in is the best five-year nd rran anks ks tthe he school history a and ranks ota tall in tthe he third-highest total 005 05.. country since 2005.

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Head Coach Russell Payne During his stay in College Park, Payne mentored eight National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Americans, 15 All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) selections, an NSCAA Player of the Year, a pair of Academic All-Americans, an NCAA ScholarAthlete of the Year and 12 Major League Soccer (MLS) draft picks. The Terrapins also achieved the highest graduation success rate in the ACC. In 2009, the Terps advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament, finishing with a 15-6-2 record. In 2008, Payne was part of a school-record setting squad that compiled a 23-3 record on its way to its second national championship in four years. A 1-0 win over arch-rival North Carolina in the College Cup final capped a program-best 16-match win streak that also marked the team’s 15th shutout of the season - also a record. The team’s ACC Tournament championship made Payne the first former Maryland player to win the title as a coach and a player. Five members of the squad were taken in the first 25 picks of the MLS draft, including two of the first six selections. Maryland played its way to the NCAA quarterfinals in 2007 with a 10-6-5 record as well as in 2006 with a 16-5-1 mark. Two Maryland players were taken among the top-four picks of the 2006 MLS draft. After Toronto FC selected Maurice Edu with the top pick, Chris Seitz, who was coming off a sophomore campaign that included being named the ACC Player of the Year, was taken fourth overall by Real Salt Lake. In Payne’s first year on the sideline in 2005, Maryland rolled to its first National Championship since 1968 with a 19-4-2 record that included an ACC regular-season title and a school-record 66 goals scored during the year. Herman Trophy winner and ACC Player of the Year Jason Garey, who finished his career as the Terrapins’ all-time leader in goals and points, was the third player selected in the MLS draft. Payne, a US Soccer Federation coach, came to Maryland after a decorated professional career throughout Europe and in the United States. The highlight came in 2002 when he was named the Premier League of Ireland Goalkeeper of the Year during his second season with Derry City. His career also included stays with SV Elversberg (Germany), Shamrock Rovers (Ireland) and AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands), as well as stints in the MLS with the Metrostars, the Colorado Rapids and DC United. The Columbia, Md., native has an extensive international coaching record to his credit. Payne most recently finished his second cycle as a U.S. National Team U-20 assistant coach/ goalkeeper coach, traveling with the team for tournaments in Northern Mexico United Kingdom. Currently U.S. Nort No rthe hern rn Ireland, IIre rela land nd,, Me Mexi xico co a and nd tthe he U Uni nite ted d Ki King ngdo dom. m. C Cur urre rent ntly ly a U U.S .S.. Soccer Socc So ccer er Development Dev D evel elop opme ment nt Academy Aca A cade demy my staff staf st afff member, memb me mber er,, he serves sser erve vess as a scout ssco cout ut for f or the t he U-17 U-1 U -17 7 through national thro th roug ugh h UU-23 23 n nat atio iona nall team te am programs. pro p rogr gram ams. s. Payne’s Pay P ayne ne’s ’s experience includes expe ex peri rien ence ce also als a lso o in incl clud udes es serving head coach serv se rvin ing g as tthe he h hea ead d co coac ach h of the t he Potomac Pot P otom omac ac Cougars Cou C ouga gars rs U-18 U-18 club cclu lub b te team am for for four ffou ourr years, the DC United Academy Unit Un ited ed A Aca cade demy my Goalkeeping coach coac co ach h an and d mo most st recently the Potomac Poto Po toma macc Soccer Socc So ccer er Club Director Club D Dir irec ecto torr of Goalkeeping. Goal Go alke keep epin ing. g. Payne’s collegiate coaching

experience started at George Washington University in 1997-98 as a volunteer goalkeeper coach under Shannon Higgins-Cirovski after a season as the graduate assistant goalkeeper coach with the Maryland men in 1997. One of renowned head coach Sasho Cirovski’s first bluechip recruits at Maryland, Payne started in goal for four years and anchored the squad to three-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. He shined brightest as a senior, leading the ACC with an .835 save percentage and 0.88 goals against average while helping Maryland to its first-ever ACC Tournament Championship and garnering All-Tournament honors. A second-team All-ACC pick as a sophomore, Payne totaled 22.5 shutouts and 340 saves during his career at Maryland. His 10-save performance opposite Duke on Sept. 29, 1996 still stands as a single-game record in the Terrapin annals. Graduating with a bachelor of science degree in biology in 1998, Payne was the recipient of the Benjamin Banneker Fellowship for Math and Science. Payne and his wife, Vanessa, reside at West Point, N.Y. with their daughter, Harper Elizabeth.

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THE PAYNE FILE Born: July 3, 1975, in Columbia, Md. High School: Glenelg (Glenelg, Md.) College Education: Maryland (undergraduate ’98) College Soccer: Maryland, 1995-98 Coaching Career: Assistant Coach, Maryland, 2005-09; Head Coach, U.S. Military Academy, 2010-present; Assistant Coach, U.S. U-20 National Team. Family: Wife, Vanessa; daughter, Harper Elizabeth

PAYNE YEAR-BY-YEAR Year School 2010 Army 2011 Army Overall Record

Record 3-12-2 7-10-1 10-22-3

Notes Snapped 11-game PL winless streak First seven-win season since 2007 (.329) 2 seasons

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Assistant Coaching Staff STEVE M Mc cANULTY ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON COLUMBIA ’95

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Steve McAnulty is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Army men’s soccer program. The former Columbia University standout arrived at West Point following a seven-year stint as an assistant coach at Iona College. McAnulty’s highly successful run in New Rochelle, N.Y., culminated last fall when he helped guide Iona to its most successful season in program history as the Gaels finished with a 15-4-1 overall record. As the chief recruiter on staff, McAnulty played a huge role in assembling last year’s team that was ranked among the NSCAA’s Top 25 throughout the season. A total of nine Iona players earned All-MAAC honors at the end of the 2011 season, and 14 Gaels were named to the All-MAAC Academic Team. Iona, which defeated Army 2-1 in overtime last fall, finished fourth nationally in win-loss-tied percentage and topped the NSCAA North Atlantic poll in eight of the 12 weeks it was released. Additionally, the Gaels led the nation with six players earning NSCAA All-Region honors at the end of the season. In 2010, McAnulty helped Iona reach the MAAC Tournament championship game. He also aided in the development of Iona’s first-ever Hermann Trophy candidate, and helped mold the MAAC Rookie of the Year during that 2010 campaign. The 2009 season saw Iona capture its first MAAC regular-season championship in school history as the Gaels piled up a schoolrecord eight league victories. It was during 2009 that McAnulty recruited and trained MAAC Goalkeeper of the Year Nils Binstock, who currently holds the Iona career record with 25 shutouts. In addition to serving as Iona’s primary recruiter, McAnulty also focused his energy on planning team and individual training sessions, devising strategy, analyzing video and delivering scouting reports. Prior to his stint at Iona, McAnulty served a six-year term as an assistant coach for the Columbia women’s soccer program. During his time with the Lions, he helped develop nine All-Ivy League selections. He trained the most prolific goalkeeper in Columbia history in Ali Ahern. She still holds school records for career shutouts, single-season shutouts, career goals-against average and singleseason goals-against average. McAnulty was a three-year starter at Columbia during his collegiate playing days. The 1995 graduate led the Lions to a pair of NCAA Tournament berths during his standout career. A two-time All-Ivy League selection, McAnulty helped Columbia win the Ivy League title in 1993. He went on to play three seasons of professional soccer in the United Soccer League following his graduation, spending one year with the Long Island Rough Riders and playing two years with the North Jersey Imperials. In addition to his soccer exploits, McAnulty served as a FDNY firefighter from 2001-09, and was decorated for valor on several occasions.

MICHAEL MARCHIANO ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON MARYLAND ’09 Michael Marchiano is in his first season as an assistant coach within the Black Knights’ program. The University of Maryland product arrived at West Point following a one-year stint as an assistant coach at WisconsinMilwaukee. Last season, Marchiano helped Wisconsin-Milwaukee to a 6-102 overall record. The Panthers finished with a 2-4-2 mark against Horizon League opponents. Prior to joining the coaching staff at UWM, Marchiano spent two seasons on the staff at Maryland as a volunteer assistant coach. The Terrapins posted a 34-9-3 record during his stint in College Park, and reached the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals both years. He broke into the coaching profession after a brief playing career with Real Maryland of the United Soccer League. Marchiano also worked in the private sector for a year with the Wasserman Media Group. Marchiano played in 59 games at Maryland during a highly successful career from 2005-08. He helped the Terrapins win a pair of Atlantic Coast Conference championships and NCAA titles in 2005 and 2008. Maryland compiled a gaudy 68-18-8 record over the course of his career. Marchiano served as team captain as both a junior and senior. He also earned the team’s Peter Lowry Award - given to the team member who exemplifies academic excellence, leadership and distinguished citizenship on campus - as a senior. He graduated from Maryland in 2009 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics.

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Meet the Black Knights TRENT BROWN

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2011 (JUNIOR): Played in all 18 matches during a “breakout”” junior campaign ... started 13 contests, including the final eight games of the season ... ranked second on the team with three goals and eight points ... also listed tied for second on the squad with two assists ... scored first goal of the season in 2-1 setbackk to Central Connecticut ... assisted on Devin Perlee’s gamewinning tally in Army’s 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Bryant ... registered a goal and an assist in the Black Knights’ 2-1 win versus Holy Cross in the conference opener ... effort helped him earn Patriot League Player of the Week honors ... also collected Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week plaudits after terrific week of play ... recorded third goal of the season in Army’s 2-1 comeback victory over Adelphi late in the year. 2010 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in seven games as a sophomore ... tallied the game-winning goal in Army’s 3-1 victory at Hartford ... finished the season with seven shots, including three on goal. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in 13 games, including seven starts during his plebe campaign … made his collegiate debut in Army’s season-opening victory over NJIT … also appeared off the bench at Bryant and Harvard … first collegiate start came against Quinnipiac … remained in the starting lineup for six of the Black k Knights’ next seven games … earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Standout center back under coach Tim Carter for nationally ranked Shattuck St. Mary’s … honorablemention all-conference selection as a sophomore … member of the Wings U-17 club team for coach Manny Sanchez … participant in the Minnesota Olympic Development Program Region II program … two-time Dallas Cup club national championship quarterfinalist. PERSONAL: Trent Everett Brown was born March 7, 1991 in La Crosse, Wis. … parents are Ward and Patty Brown … older sister, Callie, graduated from the University of Chicago … older brother, Dane, is a senior at St. Olaf … member of Spanish Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, IMPACT and International Club … enjoys working on computers in his spare time … aspires to go to law school after graduation … majoring in Economics.

BROWN’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2009 13/7 2010 7/0 2011 18/13 TOTALS 38/20

GOALS 0 1 3 4

ASSISTS 0 0 2 2

POINTS 0 2 8 10

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SENIOR • MIDFIELDER 5-10 • 155 TORRANCE, CALIF. NORTH TORRANCE (USMAPS) 2011 (JUNIOR): Played in eight contests during junior campaign ... made season debut at VMI ... also appeared in non-conference matches opposite St. Joseph’s, La Salle and Adelphi ... played in Patriot League contests versus Bucknell, Lafayette and Lehigh ... scored first career goal in Army’s 2-1 home win over Bucknell ... netted the game-winning tally to lift the Black ck Knights to the key conference victory ... marked first goal and points of career.

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2010 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in each of Army’s 17 matches ... started 15 games ... saw first collegiate action n in the team’s season opener at Marist ... filled a reserve role in the he Black Knights’ first two matches ... drew his first career start in n Army’s game versus Pittsburgh ... named to the all-tournament team eam at the Duquesne Tournament for his play during the two-day y event ... started the final 15 matches of the season ... registered d five shots, including four on goal, during the season ... credited with a career-high two shots (both on goal) in Army’s 1-0 double-overtime overtime setback to Lehigh ... also recorded single shots against Duquesne, Rider and Manhattan. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Was not a member of the Army men’s soccer program. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Earned four varsity letters etters while playing midfield for coach Matt Chavezz a att North Torrance High School ... captained the he e squad as a senior ... helped lead the team to an undefeated 10-0 record and the school’s first league title in over 20 years ... earned d allleague accolades ... played two seasons of club soccer with the Canyon PSA program under coach Luis Barboa. PERSONAL: Arnold Chun was born Jan. 16, 1990 in Torrance, Calif. ... son of Richard and Natalie Chun ... has one sister, Angela ... enjoys watching Los Angeles Lakers games es in his spare time ... majoring in Management.

CHUN’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2009 2010 17/15 2011 8/0 TOTALS 25/15

GOALS DNP 0 1 1

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Meet the Black Knights MICHAL FIUK

SENIOR • GOALKEEPER 6-4 • 210 PARAMUS, N.J. PARAMUS

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FIUK’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

PLAYED/STARTED 0/0 4/4 0/0 4/4

MINUTES 0 390 0 390

GAA 0.00 0.92 0.00 0.92

SAVE PCT. .000 .871 .000 .871

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Meet the Black Knights MITCH JOHNSON SENIOR • BACK 6-0 • 180 DUBLIN, OHIO DUBLIN COFFMAN 2011 (JUNIOR): Played in 12 matches during a steady junior season ... started seven games ... made season debut versus Seton Hall ... registered one shot in that contest ... appeared in non-league match against Central Connecticut State ... credited with one shot in that match ... saw the field as a reserve versus St. Joseph’s ... drew first start of the season opposite La Salle ... fired two shots against the Explorers ... started the next six games, suiting up with the lead cast opposite Bryant, Holy Cross, Navy, Hartford, American and Colgate ... credited with one shot versus Holy Cross and Hartford ... appeared as a reserve against both Adelphi and Lehigh ... finished the season with six shots, including one shot on goal ... named to the Patriot League AllAcademic Team for the second year in a row ... posted the highest grade point average among Patriot League men’s soccer studentathletes in earning a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the third year in a row.

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PERSONAL: Paul Mitchell Johnson was born in Plano, Texas on Feb. 20, 1991 … son of Paul and Sheila Johnson … has two brothers, Logan and Luke … active church mentor and youth group leader …2007 Dublin City Commerce Community Champion … member of the National Honor Society … served as high school class president for two years … member of both the Superintendant’s and Principal’s Advisory Boards … graduated in the top-10 of his high school class of over 400 … USSF Grade-8 certified referee … lists hunting, fishing and making movies as hobbies … majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

2010 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in 15 matches as a sophomore ... drew nine starts ... ranked tied for second on the team with two goals and listed tied for fourth on the squad with five points ... began the season strong, scoring Army’s lone goal in a 2-1 setback to Marist in the season-opening contest ... started three of the Black Knights’ first four matches, before filling a reserve role for the next six games ... started the final five contests, helping Army to a 2-1-2 finish to the season ... added his second goal of the year in the Black Knights’ 3-1 road victory at Sacred Heart ... posted an assist in Army’s 2-0 shutout win over Manhattan ... named to the inaugural Patriot League All-Academic Team ... compiled the highest grade point average among conference men’s soccer student-athletes en route to his selection to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Saw playing time in 10 games during an active freshman campaign … first collegiate appearance came as a reserve on the road against Bryant … also came off the bench in four of the next seven games before logging his first collegiate start at home versus Patriot League foe Bucknell … went on to be listed in the starting lineup in the next three games against visiting Sacred Heart and Lafayette as well as at Lehigh … compiled the highest grade point average among all Patriot League men’s soccer players to be named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-time all-state center back at Dublin Coffman High School for coach Mark D’Auteul … four-year letterman and senior captain … squad won two district championships … played club ball for Worthington United for coach Billy Thompson … U-17 State Cup Champions in 2009 JOHNSON’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2009 10/4 2010 15/9 2011 12/7 TOTALS 37/20

GOALS 0 2 0 2

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Meet the Black Knights MICHAEL KIM

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PERSONAL: Michael H. Kim was born Jan. 17, 1990 ... son of Steve and Young Hee Kim … brother, Justin, is a freshman on the men’s soccer team ... majoring in Engineering Management.

2010 (SOPHOMORE): Was the only player to start all 17 games ... led the team and ranked tied for fifth in the Patriot League with five assists ... listed tied for second on the squad with seven points ... paced the Black Knights with 34 shots, including a teamhigh 11 shots on goal ... assisted on both of Army’s goals in the Black Knights’ 2-0 victory over Rider ... added a single assist in the team’s 2-1 setback at Hartford ... exploded for one goal and two assists in Army’s 3-1 victory at Sacred Heart ... converted a penalty kick in the contest ... unleashed a season-high five shots in Army’s 1-0 loss to Bryant. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Started 14 of the 15 games he appeared in during his first season at West Point … listed as a starting forward during his collegiate debut opposite NJIT in a season-opening victory … was in the starting lineup for 11 of the next 13 matches … came off the bench in the season finale versus Holy Cross to score his first collegiate goal … earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year varsity player at Bishop Montgomery High School under coach Clive Hulbert … first-team all-area as a senior … also served as team captain … member of Canyon PSA club squad for two seasons for coach Luis Balboa … played during his prep year at USMAPS.

KIM’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

PLAYED/STARTED 15/14 17/17 15/6 47/37

GOALS 1 1 1 3

ASSISTS 1 5 1 7

POINTS 3 7 3 13

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Meet the Black Knights JOSH KOEPPE

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2011 (JUNIOR): One of just three Army players to start all 18 matches during a standout junior campaign ... named to the All-Patriot League second team at season’s end ... led the Black Knights in several offensive categories, topping the team in goals (four), points (10), shots (40) and shots on goal (16) ... also ranked tied for the team lead with two game-winning markers ... listed tied for third on the squad with two assists ... shot total ranked tied for eighth in the Patriot League ... also listed tied for eighth in the conference in both goals and points ... recorded firstt career point in the season opener versus Marist ... dished out firstt career assist opposite the Red Foxes ... tallied first career goal in n the Black Knights’ 1-0 victory over Manhattan in the second match h of the year ... game-winning tally lifted Army to the win ... credited d with five shots, including career-best four shots on goal, versuss the Jaspers ... fired a career-high six shots against Seton Hall ... returned to the scoring column in Army’s Patriot League openerr opposite Holy Cross ... tallied game-winning marker as the Black k Knights held on for a 2-1 victory over the Crusaders ... added a goal in Army’s 3-2 come-from-behind win over Hartford ... notched d one goal and one assist in the Black Knights’ heart-breaking 3-2 2 setback at Colgate ... credited with at least one shot in 14 of 18 8 games.

grandfather, Dean Koeppe, served in the Army during World War II … maternal grandfather, Steve Jones, served in the Army during the Korean War … member of the National Honor Society and was invited to the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. … enjoys reading in his spare time … majoring in History.

2010 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in each of Army’s 17 contestss during a breakout sophomore season ... drew 16 starts ... credited d with 12 shots on the year ... attempted a season-high four shotss against Lehigh ... fired a season-best three shots on goal in Army’ss match at Lafayette. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in 15 games during his freshman n campaign, including one start … came off the bench to make hiss collegiate debut in the season-opening victory against NJIT … season also included a start opposite Rider on the road … tallied a goal in Army’s spring scrimmage against the New York Red Bulls. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: First-team all-state selection for two-time e state champion Prince of Peace Christian High School … also an all-conference player and team captain under coach Antonio Pecorarii … played club soccer for Advanced Youth Soccer Educationall System (AYSES) Gold for eight years … served as team captain n for coach Sammy Olali ... standout track athlete as well … school-n record holder in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters … state runner-up in the 800m. 0 PERSONAL: Joshua Dean Koeppe ... was born Nov. 28, 1990 in Richardson, Texas ... son of William and Cheryl Koeppe … hass a younger brother Jordan, and younger sister Sarah … paternall KOEPPE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2009 15/1 2010 17/16 2011 18/18 TOTALS 50/35

GOALS 0 0 4 4

ASSISTS 0 0 2 2

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Meet the Black Knights BRENNAN RANDEL

2011 (JUNIOR): Was not a member of the Army men’s soccer program. 2010 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in nine games as a sophomore ... tallied his first career goal in Army’s 2-1 setback at NJIT ... fired two shots in that contest ... finished the season with three shots.

RANDEL’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2009 12/2 2010 9/0 2011 TOTALS 21/2

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GOALS 0 1 DNP 1

ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 2

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2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in 12 matches during his freshman campaign ... made two starts ... fired seven shots during the season ... tthree of tthose efforts on goa goal. seaso ee o ose e o ts were eeo HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-State forward at Captain Shreve High School for coach Matt Smith … 2009 All-State MVP … also earned city and district MVP honors … totaled 37 goals during his senior campaign … scored a hat trick in his final high school game to lead Gators to District I title … Shreveport United Leuski club team member for coach Radi Baltov … also played for Louisiana Olympic Development squad for two years. PERSONAL: Brennan Wesely Randel was born Sept. 25, 1990 in Shreveport, La. … son of David Randel and Mary Ann Elston … older brother, Christopher, and younger brother, Connor … active in high school student government … member of the Key Club … major is undeclared.

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Meet the Black Knights JASON LEWIS

JUNIOR • MIDFIELDER 6-1 • 175 FORT THOMAS, KY. HIGHLANDS 2011 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in one game as a sophomore ... made career debut in Army’s 3-0 setback at American ... did not figure statistically. 2010 (FRESHMAN): Was not a member of the Army men’s soccer program. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Starred on the pitch at Highlands High School ... earned first-team all-state honors as a senior ... helped lead his squad to a runner-up finish at the state tournament. PERSONAL: Jason M. Lewis was born Dec. 12, 1991 in Fort Thomas, Ky. ... son of Michael and Marianne Lewis ... has two siblings ... hobbies include playing tennis and golf ... enjoys playing ping pong and fishing ... family owns a pair of Jack Russell terriers ... major is undeclared.

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LEWIS’ CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 1/0 TOTALS 1/0

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ASSISTS 0 0

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Meet the Black Knights ALEX PFISTER JUNIOR • BACK 6-4 • 190 GERMANTOWN, MD. POOLESVILLE

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PFISTER’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2010 7/5 2011 5/3 TOTALS 12/8

GOALS 0 0 0

ASSISTS 0 0 0

POINTS 0 0 0

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Meet the Black Knights WINSTON BOLDT SOPHOMORE • GOALKEEPER 6-3 • 190 ST. LOUIS, MO. JOHN BURROUGHS 2011 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in six games as a freshman ... started the final five matches of the season ... finished the year with a 1.48 goals-against average ... made career debut against American ... played the final 13:26 ... drew first career start at Iona ... posted five saves in 2-1 overtime setback to the nationallyranked Gaels ... earned first career victory in Army’s 2-1 win over Patriot League rival Bucknell ... made career-high eight saves versus the Bison en route to earning Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week honors ... also named Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week for his efforts ... earned second consecutive victory in Black Knights’ 2-1 triumph versus Adelphi ... made a pair of saves in the contest ... stopped all three shots he faced en route to first career shutout in 0-0 draw opposite Lafayette in the conference finale.

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Was a two-time all-state selection while playing for John Burroughs High School ... earned honors following both his junior and senior seasons ... was a three-time all-league performer, picking up those honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... served as a team captain as a junior and senior ... played

BOLDT’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED//STARTED 2011 6/5 / TOTALS 6/5

MINUTES 488 488

GAA 1.48 1.48

SAVE PCT. .724 .7 .724 724 2

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Meet the Black Knights KYLE GOLONSKI SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER 6-1 • 170 SYRACUSE, N.Y. WEST GENESEE

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2011 (FRESHMAN): Played in 17 games during a strong freshman season ... drew seven starts ... ranked tied for third on the team with two goals ... listed tied for fifth on the club with five points ... tallied a pair of game-winning markers ... handed out ut one assist ... fired 12 shots, including six on goal ... made career er debut in season-opening match versus Marist ... earned first st career start in Army’s 1-0 victory over Manhattan ... scored first st career goal - a game-winning tally - in Black Knights’ 1-0 road win in at VMI ... credited with a career-high three shots in that match ... registered first career assist on Devin Perlee’s game-tying goal in Army’s 2-1 come-from-behind victory at Bryant ... notched gameewinning marker in Black Knights’ 2-1 comeback home win over er Adelphi late in the season ... recorded at least one shot in nine of 17 appearances. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Turned in a stellar four-year career at West Genesee High School ... earned all-state and all-conference ce honors as a senior ... twice selected to the All-Greater Rochester er team ... earned team MVP honors as a junior and senior ... twootime all-league honoree ... member of the National Honor Society ty ... earned high honors throughout high school ... graduated with th high honors ... garnered the Finger Lakes Scholar Award in 2009 09 ... played club soccer for the Empire United Soccer Academy in Syracuse, N.Y. PERSONAL: Kyle Alexander Golonski was born Feb. 16, 1993 in Mission Viejo, Calif. ... parents are Paul and Maria Golonski ... has as one sister, Nicole ... maternal grandfather, Mario Polzinetti, served ed as a major in the U.S. Army ... hobbies include scuba diving ... enjoys spending time with his family ... major is undeclared.

GOLONSKI’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 17/7 TOTALS 17/7

GOALS 2 2

ASSISTS 1 1

POINTS 5 5

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Meet the Black Knights TOMMY JAEGER SOPHOMORE • BACK 5-10 • 160 CENTENNIAL, COLO. CHERRY CREEK

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2011 (FRESHMAN): Burst onto the scene as a freshman ... one of just two Army players to start all 18 matches ... emerged as one of the top defenders in the Patriot League ... routinely assigned to mark one of the opposition’s top forwards ... played an integral part in Black Knights’ defense that recorded three shutouts and limited the opposition to less than two goals per game ... huge part of Army’s set pieces throughout the season ... picked up three assists as primary trigger man on corner kicks and free kicks ... was tied for third on the team with 22 shots ... ranked second on the squad with 14 shots on goal ... listed tied for the team lead with three assists ... made career debut in season-opening match versus Marist ... recorded first career point in that contest when he assisted Jeff Pickett’s goal thanks to a perfectly-placed corner kick ... picked up assists in Army victories over Holy Cross ss and Hartford later in the season ... attempted career-high five shots in 1-0 setback to Seton Hall ... credited with career-high three e shots on goal in that contest ... matched that number with three ree shots on goal versus Lafayette ... fired at least one shot in n 12 of 18 contests. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterman at Cherry Creek High School ... helped lead team to consecutive league titles itles as a junior and senior ... led squad to the state championship ip as a senior ... earned NSCAA first-team All-America honors ... picked up all-state and all-league accolades as well ... captained ed the team during his junior and senior campaigns ... earned first-team st-team academic all-state plaudits as a junior and senior ... presented esented with academic letters three years in a row (2008-10) ... played yed for the Under-14 U.S. National Team ... traveled around the country and Mexico to compete ... played club soccer for Real Colorado. rado. PERSONAL: Thomas Patrick Jaeger was born Jan. 21, 1993 in Aurora, Calif. ... parents are Gary and Suzy Jaeger ... has as two er with sisters, Katy and Maggie ... played three years of club soccer current Army teammate Skylar Porter ... hobbies include golfing and swimming ... volunteered with his team throughout ut high clared. school at a local Ronald McDonald House ... major is undeclared.

JAEGER’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 18/18 TOTALS 18/18

GOALS 0 0

ASSISTS 3 3

POINTS 3 3

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Meet the Black Knights VINCE KENNEDY SOPHOMORE • BACK 5-11 • 165 MILWAUKEE, WIS. MARQUETTE

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2011 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 11 matches during a steady freshman campaign ... drew three starts throughout the course of the season ... made career debut in Army’s season opener versus Marist ... recorded first career shot in that contest ... earned first career start in the Black Knights’ 1-0 win versus Manhattan ... made second straight start in Army’s 1-0 victory at VMI ... also started versus St. Joseph’s ... credited with one shot opposite the Hawks ... appeared in Patriot League matches at American, Colgate and Lehigh ... finished the season with two shots. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played four years of varsity soccer at Marquette University High School ... helped team to state championships in 2008 and 2010 ... earned all-region, all-state, all-area and all-greater metro honors as a senior ... captained the squad during his senior season ... played club soccer for FC Milwaukee Academy. PERSONAL: Vincent Patrick Kennedy III was born Aug. 17, 1992 in Milwaukee, Wis. ... parents are Vince and Meg Kennedy ... has one brother, Joe ... uncle Greg Kennedy won two NCAA national championships at Indiana University before going on to play professionally ... enjoys watching NHL hockey ... favorite NHL team is the Minnesota Wild ... hobbies include playing FIFA Soccer ... major is undeclared.

KENNEDY’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 11/3 TOTALS 11/3

GOALS 0 0

ASSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0

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Meet the Black Knights JOHN MARINELLI SOPHOMORE • GOALKEEPER 6-1 • 180 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. BENILDE-ST. MARGARET’S 2011 (FRESHMAN): Started the first 13 games of the season son ... finished with a 1.67 goals-against average ... led Army with 33 saves and two shutouts ... made career debut in Black Knights’ hts’ season-opening match versus Marist ... recorded consecutive ive shutouts in next two starts, helping Army to 1-0 victories over ver Manhattan and VMI ... those performances helped him earn Patriot riot League Goalkeeper of the Week accolades ... recorded a careererhigh six saves in Army’s 2-1 win over Bryant ... stopped five shots ots in 1-0 loss at Navy. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-time all-conference performer at Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School ... earned all-state accolades des as a senior ... captained squad during his senior season ... earned ned high honors throughout high school ... played club soccer for Minnesota Thunder Academy.

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PERSONAL: John Phillip Cox Marinelli was born Nov. 12, 1992 2 in Minneapolis, Minn. ... parents are William and Christine Marinelli elli ... has one sister, Kathleen ... holds dual citizenship with Italy ... hobbies include playing golf ... major is undeclared.

MARINELLI’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 13/13 TOTALS 13/13

MINUTES 1184 1184

GAA 1.67 1.67

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Meet the Black Knights SEAN MOGAN SOPHOMORE • BACK 5-7 • 165 NAPERVILLE, ILL. BENET ACADEMY

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2011 (FRESHMAN): Enjoyed a productive first season at West Point ... one of just six Army players to appear in all 18 games during rookie year ... started 17 contests ... finished with one goal and one assist for three points ... fired 11 shots, including two shots on goal ... made career debut against Marist in the season opener ... came off the bench and tallied first career goal against the Red Foxes ... drew first career start versus Manhattan just three days later ... started the final 17 games of the season ... attempted career-high three shots in road match at VMI ... picked up first career assist in Army’s 2-1 setback to Central Connecticut ... unleashed a pair of shots in Black Knights’ 2-0 loss to St. Joseph’s. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year member of the varsity soccer program at Benet Academy ... named to the all-sectional team by the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association following a standout senior campaign ... selected as the team MVP as a senior ... earned first-team all-state accolades as a senior ... named to the Benet Academy honor roll every semester ... played club soccer for the Chicago Fire Under-18 Developmental team ... captained team to the Illinois State Cup title and helped team to six championships in seven years. PERSONAL: Sean David Mogan was born June 30, 1993 in Naperville, Ill. ... parents are Jack and Janine Mogan ... has one brother, Daniel ... former coach C.J. Brown serves as an assistant coach for the MLS’ Real Salt Lake following a standout professional career with the Chicago Fire ... hobbies include lifting weights and playing basketball ... enjoys spending time with his friends ... has visited both Alaska and Hawaii ... featured in high school year book for “Best Hair” ... major is undeclared.

MOGAN’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 18/17 TOTALS 18/17

GOALS 1 1

ASSISTS 1 1

POINTS 3 3

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Meet the Black Knights DEVIN PERLEE SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER 6-1 • 170 SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. SETON HALL PREP 2011 (FRESHMAN): One of just six Black Knights to appear in all 18 matches during promising freshman campaign ... drew 14 starts ... tallied two goals and two assists for six points ... ranked among the team leaders in goals, assists, points and shots (15) ... made career debut against Marist in the season opener ... listed with the starters in that contest ... recorded first career point against Manhattan as he assisted on Josh Koeppe’s game-winning tally in overtime ... exploded offensively in Army’s 2-1 win over Bryant ... scored two goals in a span of less than nine minutes to lift

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the Black Knights to a dramatic come-from-behind victory ... was named Patriot League Rookie of the Week following productive performance versus the Bulldogs ... chipped in an assist versus Colgate ... fired career-high four shots versus Holy Cross ... fired three shots opposite Seton Hall. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played four seasons of varsity soccer at Seton Hall Prep ... named first-team all-county and first-team all-conference as a senior ... picked up second-team all-state accolades as a senior as well ... earned third-team all-county honors as a junior ... high school team was ranked No. 1 in the nation ... named to the school’s honor roll this past spring ... tabbed MVP of the North II All-Star Game in 2010 ... played club soccer for FC Copa Forza. PERSONAL: Devin Gregoire Perlee was born Aug. 28, 1992 in Brandon, Fla. ... parents are Ray and Kim Perlee ... has one brother, Ryan ... did not start playing soccer competitively until the age of 14 ... hobbies include snowboarding and karate ... holds rank of black belt in karate ... major is undeclared.

PERLEE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2011 18/14 TOTALS 18/14

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Meet the Black Knights NICK BAIETTI

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TONY BLACK

FRESHMAN • BACK 6-0 • 170 # BELLAIRE, TEXAS BELLAIRE SENIOR (USMAPS)

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-year letterwinner at Bellaire High School ... twice named all-district ... played club soccer with the Texas Rush ... was also a member of the South Texas Olympic Development Program in 2009 ... completed a post-graduate year at the United States Military Academy Prep School (USMAPS) in 2011. PERSONAL: Tony LaDarryl Black Jr. was born June 10, 1993 in Houston, Texas ... parents are Tony and Pearl Black ... has one sister, Camille ... played club soccer with current Army teammate Cameron Niccum ... hobbies include golfing and swimming ... also enjoys playing basketball ... aspires to work for the FBI or CIA following military commitment ... major is undeclared.

CHRIS BRITT

FRESHMAN • GOALKEEPER 6-5 • 195 # MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. MISSION VIEJO (USMAPS)

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Earned four varsity letters at Mission Viejo High School ... served as a two-time team captain ... twice named to the all-league first team ... selected as the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year following standout senior season ... also earned all-county plaudits as a senior ... tabbed team MVP after outstanding junior campaign ... played club soccer for the FC United Black team.

PERSONAL: Christopher Andrew Britt was born Jan. 1, 1993 in Irvine, Calif. ... parents are Tim and Laura Britt ... has one brother, Robert Eggers ... late grandfather was a colonel in the United States Marine Corps ... hobbies include mountain biking and paintballing ... also enjoys playing basketball and volleyball ... ardent animal lover ... has always dreamed of joining the armed forces ... major is undeclared.

JOSEPH CHABRIES FRESHMAN • BACK # 5-8 • 170 KAYSVILLE, UTAH SHATTUCK ST. MARYS

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played varsity soccer at Shattuck St. Mary’s High School ... member of the Utah Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL: Joseph Michael Chabries was born Nov. 25, 1993 in Salt Lake City, Utah ... parents are Michael and Laura Chabries ... has two sisters, Lauren and Catherine ... has one brother, Christian ... did not start playing competitive soccer until he was 13 years old ... played alongside childhood friend and current Army teammate Parker Dixon while a member of the Utah Olympic Development Program ... hopes to join the United States Special Forces ... hobbies include swimming and working out ... enjoys taking long walks and dining at buffet-style restaurants ... major is undeclared.

PARKER DIXON FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER # 5-11 • 160 NORTH OGDEN, UTAH WEBER

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Authored a stellar four-year career at Weber High School ... two-time team most valuable player ... earned all-state and all-area honors as a senior ... tabbed “Athlete of the Month” by the Standard Examiner during senior season ... played for the La Roca Premier club team ... was a two-year member of the Region IV Olympic Development Program ... excelled in the classroom as well, posting a 4.00 grade point average and being named to the school’s “High Honor Roll” each year. PERSONAL: Parker Strawn Dixon was born Oct. 26, 1993 in Ogden, Utah ... parents are David and Dennise Dixon ... has three siblings, Shay, Quinton and Zachary ... played alongside childhood friend and current Army teammate Joseph Chabries while a member of the Utah Olympic Development Program ... hobbies include wake boarding, boating, snowboarding and sledding ... also enjoys hiking and camping ... major is undeclared.

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Meet the Black Knights CODY GIDDINGS FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER 5-9 • 155 # GRANITE BAY, CALIF. GRANITE BAY

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Enjoyed a stellar four-year soccer career at Granite Bay High School ... helped lead squad to a pair of sectional championships during his four years on the pitch ... earned all-conference accolades ... also played for the California Development Academy ... led club team to the 2009 SurfCup championship. PERSONAL: Cody Matthew Giddings was born Oct. 19, 1993 in Carmichael, Calif. ... parents are Donald and Kimberly Giddings ... has one sister, Sarah ... collects historical texts and biographies ... major is undeclared.

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FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-9 • 165 # GARLAND, TEXAS NAAMAN FOREST (SOUTH KENT)

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterwinner at Naaman Forest High School ... named Newcomer of the Year following standout freshman season ... tabbed Garland District Sophomore of the Year after outstanding sophomore campaign ... garnered consecutive Garland District Offensive MVP awards as a junior and senior ... was selected to the all-district first team three times, and was placed on the all-region first team during the team’s run into the Sweet 16 of the 2010 Texas State Championship ... served as team captain as a senior ... tallied 38 goals and 28 assists during his prolific four-year career graduated within the top 10 percent of his class ... was a member of the ’92 North Texas ODP State Team ... squad was a four-time Dallas Cup participant ... also helped the U-18 Dallas Texans U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) team to an undefeated 17-0-13 season and a third place ranking in the 2011 USSDA Finals ... spent last season at prep school powerhouse South Kent ... named to the ESPN High School Connecticut All-Star soccer team ... served as an integral part of the Cardinals’ fifth New England Championship in six years, their seventh consecutive Western New England Regular Season Championship their No. 1 ranking ESPN High School ... finished the 2011 season with an undefeated 19-0-1 record. PERSONAL: Cody Christopher Guerry was born July 30, 1992 in Garland, Texas ... parents are Tony and Kay Guerry ... has one sister, Rachel ... played club soccer with former Army player Jordan Reese ... former high school teammate Kaoru Forbess was a member of the University of Maryland’s 2008 national championship team ... former high school teammate Cameron Brown was a member of the University of North Carolina’s 2011 national championship team ... former FC Dallas club teammates Ruben Luna and Moises Hernandez are now members of the FC Dallas MLS squad ...

former coach Hassan Nazari played in the 1976 Olympics and the 1978 World Cup for Iran ... Nazari also coached the Dallas Texans club team to three national championships ... former coaches Ben Iroha and Ed Puskarick were former MLS players ... Iroha, who played for Nigeria in the 1994 World Cup, won an MLS title as a member of the DC United in 1997 ... hobbies include lifting weights and swimming ... also enjoys art ... once pulled a man from an over-turned burning truck on the way home from soccer practice ... traveled to Mexico to build a school house on a churchsponsored trip ... major is undeclared.

JUSTIN KIM

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER # 5-10 • 175 GARDENA, CALIF. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (USMAPS)

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterman at Bishop Montgomery High School ... named to the all-league first team following a productive senior campaign in the fall of 2010 ... also played for the LA Galaxy Academy club team ... spent the 201112 academic year at the United States Military Academy Prep School. PERSONAL: Justin Yong Kim was born May 24, 1993 in Redondo Beach, Calif. ... parents are Steve and Young Hee Kim ... has two brothers, Michael and Jonathan ... brother, Michael, is a senior on the Army soccer team ... cousin, Jay Kim serves in the United States Army Reserves ... hobbies include listening to music ... major is undeclared.

JORDAN LEE

FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-9 • 170 # KAILUA, HAWAI’I IOLANI

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Earned four varsity letters at Iolani High School ... helped lead team to the state title as a freshman ... scored two goals in the championship match ... placed on the alltournament team for his efforts ... earned a spot on the all-league first team by the Hawai’i High School Athletic Association as a sophomore and senior ... collected honorable mention plaudits following junior campaign ... also played for the Manchester United Premier Cup Team and the Hawai’i Rush club squad ... excelled in the classroom as well, consistently earning a spot on the school’s Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Jordan Chikara Lee was born May 25, 1993 in Honolulu, Hawai’i ... parents are Richard and Lois Kurasaki Lee ... has one brother, Cameron ... hobbies include surfing, golfing and playing the ukulele ... achieved rank of first degree black belt in Taekwondo when he was eight years old ... major is undeclared.

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LUCAS TAVILL

FRESHMAN • BACK 6-3 • 165 # WALDORF, MD. NORTHPORT

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Excelled on the soccer field at Potomac Academy ... capped his four-year playing career by earning a slew of honors as a senior ... was tabbed all-conference, all-county and all-state following tremendous senior campaign ... was also a member of the DC United club team. PERSONAL: Peterson Jinchul Lee was born Aug. 30, 1994 in Alexandria, Va. ... parents are Sung and Young Lee ... has two sisters, Alina and Miran ... uncle, Roger Hill, graduate from West Point ... began playing soccer when he was three years old ... enjoys spending time with his family and friends ... once owned the rank of black belt in Taekwondo ... major is undeclared.

CAMERON NICCUM

FRESHMAN • BACK 5-10 • 165 # RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF. ETIWANDA

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterwinner at Etiwanda High School ... twice named all-league ... earned second-team honors as a sophomore and first-team accolades as a senior ... served as a three-year team captain ... tabbed team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior ... also selected as the league’s “Outstanding Senior” ... played two seasons of club soccer for the Arsenal FC Academy ... earned the school’s Scholar-Athlete award following his sophomore and senior years. PERSONAL: Lucas Andrew Tavill was born Aug. 19, 1994 in San Diego, Calif. ... parents are Gregory and Joyce Tavill ... has one sister, Hanna ... hobbies include playing basketball and collecting coins ... enjoys spending time with family and friends ... has traveled to 28 of the United States ... major is undeclared.

FRESHMAN • BACK # 6-3 • 180 AUSTIN, TEXAS LAKE TRAVIS

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Awarded four varsity letters during productive soccer career at Lake Travis High School ... earned a spot on the all-district second team as a sophomore in 2009 ... also played for the Texas Rush and Lonestar SC Academy. PERSONAL: Cameron James Niccum was born May 6, 1994 in Katy, Texas ... parents are Eric and LaRhonda Niccum ... has one brother, Drew ... has one sister, Vanessa ... lived with African soccer player, Kekuta Manneh, for three years ... began playing soccer when he was three years old ... hobbies include playing ultimate frisbee and lacrosse ... loves yellow cake ... major is undeclared.

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2011 Statistics/Results 2011 RECORD: 7-10-1 PATRIOT LEAGUE RECORD: 2-4-1 HOME: 5-5-1 AWAY: 2-5-0

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Score

Goals (Assists)

August 26 MARIST

L, 4-6

29

W, 1-0 (OT)

Robertson (Rouleau) Pickett (Jaeger) McGilbra (McReynolds) Mogan (Koeppe) Koeppe (Perlee/McGilbra)

MANHATTAN

September 2 at VMI 5 SETON HALL 10 CENTRAL CONN. 13 ST. JOSEPH’S 17 LA SALLE 20 at Bryant

W 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-1

24

W, 2-1

HOLY CROSS *

Golonski (unassisted) --Brown (Mogan) ----Perlee (Golonski) Perlee (Brown) Brown (Jaeger) Koeppe (Brown)

October 1 at Navy * 5 HARTFORD

L, 0-1 W, 3-2 (2OT)

8 15

at American * at Colgate *

L, 0-3 L, 2-3 (OT)

19 22

at Iona BUCKNELL *

L, 1-2 (OT) W, 2-1

26

ADELPHI

W, 2-1

30

LAFAYETTE *

T, 0-0 (2OT)

--Koeppe (Jaeger) Robertson (unassisted) McGilbra (Rowe) --Koeppe (Perlee) Rouleua (Koeppe) Kim (unassisted) Rouleau (Robertson) Chun (McGilbra, Alvarez) Brown (Kim) Golonski (McGilbra) ---

L, 0-3

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November 5 at Lehigh * * Patriot League Match

Goalie Statistics Name Winston Boldt John Marinelli TEAM Total Opponents

GP-GS 6-5 13-13 18 18

Minutes 488:01 1184:25 0:00 1672:26 1672:26

GA 8 22 0 30 21

Name Josh Koeppe Brown, Trent McGilbra, Elliott Perlee, Devin Robertson, Tanner Rouleau, David Golonski, Kyle Kim, Michael Mogan, Sean Jaeger, Tommy Pickett, Jeff Chun, Arnold Alvarez, Sean McReynolds, Carson Rowe, TJ Johnson, Mitch Kennedy, Vince Pfister, Alex Jarvis, Cameron Boldt, Winston Beerman, Kevin French, Kris Lewis, Jason Reese, Jordan Marinelli, John Total Opponents

GP-GS 18-18 18-13 16-2 18-14 18-18 17-6 17-7 15-6 18-17 18-18 16-16 8-0 16-9 17-12 12-3 12-7 11-3 5-3 9-0 6-5 4-0 5-1 1-0 8-7 13-13 18 18

G 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 30

A 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 22

Pts 10 8 7 6 5 5 5 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62 82

Sh SOG GW 40 16 2 18 5 0 18 7 1 15 7 1 25 11 0 15 4 0 12 6 2 22 9 0 11 2 0 22 14 0 6 2 0 1 1 1 17 6 0 8 4 0 3 1 0 6 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 243 96 7 212 87 10

PK 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-7

GOALS ARMY Opponents

1st 4 16

2nd 15 12

OT 1 2

OT2 1 0

Total 21 30

SHOTS ARMY Opponents

1st 105 96

2nd 128 108

OT 7 6

OT2 3 2

Total 243 212

SAVES ARMY Opponents

1st 18 35

2nd 37 37

OT 1 2

OT2 1 1

Total 57 75

CORNER KICKS ARMY Opponents

1st 38 34

2nd 53 40

OT 1 2

OT2 2 0

Total 94 76

FOULS ARMY Opponents

1st 143 146

2nd 110 126

OT 7 2

OT2 2 0

Total 262 274

Avg 1.48 1.67 0.00 1.61 1.13

Saves 21 33 3 57 75

Pct .724 .600 1.000 .655 .781

W-L-T 2-2-1 5-800-0-0 7-10-1 10-7-1

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victory for the Black Knights, who are off to their best start since 2007.

Aug. 26, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y.

Army controlled play throughout the contest, outshooting VMI 20-8 and holding a 6-3 edge in corner kicks. The Black Knights’ pressure was rewarded in the 79th minute when Golonski collected his own rebound and beat Keydet goalkeeper Taylor Feuerstein with a shot to the lower left-hand corner of the cage. The unassisted goal was the first of Golonski’s young career.

The second year of the Russell Payne era kicked off Friday evening as the Army men’s soccer team dropped an entertaining 6-4 decision to visiting Marist on an absolutely picturesque late-summer evening at West Point’s Clinton Field. The season opener for both clubs was a backand-forth affair that saw Marist rattle off four unanswered goals in the first half and featured three straight Army markers in the second half.

Army goalkeeper John Marinelli turned aside the only shot he faced to record his second straight shutout.

Army trailed 4-1 at halftime, but the Black Knights stormed out of the locker room with three goals in a span of 7 minutes, 34 seconds to knot the score midway through the second stanza. The game remained deadlocked until the 74th minute when Marist’s Krystian Witkowski netted what proved to be the game-winning tally. Army ramped up the pressure following Witkowski’s goal, carrying the play and keeping the ball on Marist’s defensive half of the field. The Black Knights’ best opportunity to level the score at 5-all came in the 81st minute when Tommy Jaeger’s 30-yard shot on a direct kick was punched aside by Marist goalkeeper Steve Skonieczny. Army continued to pressure Marist following Yaeger’s effort, but Witkowski added an insurance marker in the 89th minute to cap the scoring and dash the Black Knights’ hopes. Four different Black Knights tallied goals to lead a balanced Army attack. Stephan Broussard paced Marist’s offense, scoring three goals and assisting on another. Skonieczny finished with two saves to earn the victory for Marist. John Marinelli, meanwhile, stopped two shots in his collegiate debut. Army (0-1-0) Marist (1-0-0)

1 4

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A - Tanner Robertson (David Rouleau), 2:54 M - Stephan Brossard (Dylan Lee), 18:59 M - Stephan Brossard (Gerry Ceja), 23:55 M - Stephan Brossard (unassisted), 25:21 M - Gerry Ceja (Stephan Brossard), 26:42 A - Jeff Pickett (Tommy Jaeger), 52:50 A - Elliott McGilbra (Carson McReynolds), 58:11 A - Sean Mogan (Josh Koeppe), 60:24 M - Krystian Witkowski (Matt Wendelken), 73:55 M - Krystian Witkowski (unassisted), 88:15 Shots - Marist 14, Army 10 Saves - Marist 2, Army 2 Corners - Army 5, Marist 3 Fouls - Marist 12, Army 10

Army carried the play in the first half, outshooting VMI by an 11-5 margin. Four of the Black Knights’ shots were on target, but Feuerstein was able to stop each attempt to keep the visitors off the scoreboard. Josh Koeppe led all players with three shots in the opening stanza.

Carson McReynolds young season. Army dominated the extra session, but it appeared as though the match was headed for a second OT. That was when Elliott McGilbra sent Perlee down the right sideline with a lead pass. After taking the ball into the right-hand corner, Perlee crossed the ball to Koeppe, who buried it from just outside the left post for his first career goal. Army goalkeeper John Marinelli stopped all three shots that he faced to earn his first career shutout. He made two saves in the second half and another in overtime to keep Manhattan off the scoreboard and give the Black Knights a chance to win. After posting a 0-5-2 overtime record last season, the Black Knights flipped the script in their first overtime contest of 2011. Nearly the entire overtime period was played in Manhattan’s defensive half, and Army’s pressure finally paid off in the 100th minute with Koeppe’s goal. The Black Knights controlled play for the majority of the contest and held a 17-9 advantage in shots. Manhattan enjoyed a 5-1 edge in corner kicks.

Aug. 29, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. The young Army men’s soccer team took another step forward on a brisk Monday evening in the Hudson Valley as the Black Knights posted a 1-0 overtime victory over Manhattan in a non-league contest at Clinton Field. Josh Koeppe converted a cross from Devin Perlee with 36 seconds remaining in the first overtime to propel the Black Knights to their first win of the

Army (2-1-0) VMI (0-2-0)

0 0

1 0

-

1 0

A - Kyle Golonski (unassisted), 76:19 Shots - Army 20, VMI 8 Saves - VMI 7, Army 1 Corners - Army 6, VMI 3 Fouls - Army 15, VMI 14

Seton Hall 1, Army 0

Sept. 5, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Adriano Gabriele converted a penalty kick in the 34th minute and Anthony Reichwaldt made it stand as Seton Hall edged Army, 1-0, on a raindrenched Monday evening at Clinton Field. Army outshot Seton Hall 20-12 in the contest, which was played in a driving rain storm. The Black Knights held a 9-2 edge in corner kicks as they controlled possession throughout the match. Reichwaldt was steady in the Seton Hall goal, however, turning aside all seven shots he faced to lead the Pirates to the victory.

A - Josh Koeppe (Devin Perlee, Elliott McGilbra), 99:24

Army seemed to enjoy the better of play during the first half, but Seton Hall scored the only goal of the stanza when Gabriele tallied his second marker of the season on a penalty kick following a Black Knight foul in the box.

Shots - Army 17, Manhattan 9 Saves - Manhattan 7, Army 3 Corners - Manhattan 5, Army 1 Fouls - Army 18, Manhattan 15

The Black Knights outshot the Pirates 8-5 in the first half, and the hosts held a 5-0 edge in corner kicks.

Manhattan (0-2-0) Army (1-1-0)

Army 1, Manhattan 0 (OT)

Koeppe finished with a game-high four shots in the contest. Golonski and Sean Mogan were each credited with three shots apiece as the Black Knights posted a season-high 20 shots in the match.

0 0

0 0

0 1

-

0 1

Army 1, VMI 0

Sept. 1, Patchin Field, Lexington, Va. Kyle Golonski scored the game-winning goal late in the second half as the Army men’s soccer team defeated VMI, 1-0, on Friday evening at Patchin Field. It marked the second consecutive shutout

Army had a pair of scoring opportunities within the opening three minutes play with Josh Koeppe and Trent Brown both generating quality chances. Koeppe and Devin Perlee both registered shots on goal later in the frame, and Tommy Jaeger had a 35-yard shot off a direct kick bend just wide of the cage.

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2011 Recaps Prior to the penalty kick, Seton Hall’s best scoring chance came in the 17th minute when Max Garcia rattled a 24-yard shot off the right post. Army posted a 12-7 advantage in shots during the second half. Jaeger had a pair of shots on goal within the first 10 minutes of the frame, as the Black Knights continued to pepper Reichwaldt. Army’s pressure intensified after Seton Hall’s Konrad Plewa was sent off with a red card in the 54th minute, forcing the Pirates to play a man down. The Black Knights had two golden opportunities late in the game as Jaeger had an effort saved in 83rd minute and Koeppe had a 24-foot shot sail high in the 87th minute. Army goalkeeper John Marinelli made two saves, but was saddled with his second loss of the campaign. Seton Hall (1-1-1) Army (2-2-0)

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0 0

-

1 0

Jaeger and Kyle Golonski each fired two shots apiece to pace Army’s offense in the frame. Army turned up the pressure in the second half, despite playing the final 27 minutes a mandown after Elliott McGilbra was sent off with a red card. Army’s last quality opportunity came in the 88th minute when Mitch Johnson headed a corner kick by Michael Kim into Occhialini’s arms. Central Connecticut finished the match with a 17-14 advantage in shots, but Army held a 5-4 edge in corner kicks. Koeppe paced the Black Knights’ offense with three shots. Obasi was credited with six shots to pace the Blue Devils’ attack. Marinelli (2-3-0) stopped a career-high four shots in the match. Occhialini (2-1-0) made five saves to earn the victory for CCSU.

D - Adriano Gabriele (penalty kick), 33:27

CCSU (2-2-0) Army (2-3-0)

Shots - Army 20, Seton Hall 12 Saves - Seton Hall 7, Army 2 Corners - Army 9, Seton Hall 2 Fouls - Seton Hall 19, Army 11

A - Trent Brown (Sean Mogan), 19:29 C - Jesse Menzies (unassisted), 30:52 C - Thomas Obasi (Reece Wilson), 39:13

Central Connecticut State 2, Army 1 Sept. 10, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y.

Central Connecticut State scored a pair of goals in a span of less than nine minutes late in the first half to overcome an early 1-0 deficit and defeat Army, 2-1, in a non-league men’s soccer match played under beautiful conditions Saturday evening at Clinton Field. Army jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the 20th minute when Trent Brown headed a cross by Sean Mogan past CCSU goalkeeper Anthony Occhialini. Mogan took the ball into the left side of the box before crossing it to Brown, who deftly headed it into the back of the net. The Blue Devils had a golden opportunity to tie the score less than four minutes later when they were awarded a penalty kick after Thomas Obasi was pulled down in the box. Army goalkeeper John Marinelli was able to stop Reece Wilson’s ensuing shot, however, to preserve the Black Knights’ 1-0 advantage. CCSU broke through in the 31st minute when Jesse Menzies scored off a broken play in front of the Army goal. The marker came after a Blue Devils corner kick put the ball into the penalty area. After a failed clear attempt, Menzies hit a low strike that came from 10 yards out and found its way through a sea of players that shielded Marinelli’s view of the ball. The Blue Devils moved in front in the 40th minute when Obasi took a feed from Wilson and beat Marinelli with a low 12-yard shot from left to right. CCSU held a 10-7 edge in shots during the first half. Wilson led all players with four shots. Tommy

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0 0

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2 1

Shots - CCSU 17, Army 14 Saves - CCSU 5, Army 5 Corners - Army 5, CCSU 4 Fouls - CCSU 20, Army 13

St. Joseph’s 2, Army 0

Sept. 13, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Tyler Levengood scored late in the first half and Alex Critzos added an insurance marker in the closing minutes of the second half as St. Joseph’s defeated Army, 2-0, in a non-conference men’s soccer matchup Tuesday night at Clinton Field. Army outshot St. Joseph’s 22-4 in the game, but the Black Knights could not get anything past Hawks’ goalkeeper Andrew D’Ottavi, who finished with six saves to earn his first shutout of the season. Army, which dominated the contest throughout, also held a staggering 15-0 edge in corner kicks. Nearly the entire match was played in St. Joseph’s defensive half of the field, but Army was unable to take advantage of a plethora of opportunities. Army controlled the action in the first half, but St. Joseph’s capitalized on its only quality chance of the frame when Levengood scored at the 43:13 mark. Jake Nelson began the play as he corralled the ball near midfield and found Ryan McFadden on the right side of the penalty area. McFadden then sent a pass across the goalmouth to Levengood, who buried a shot from point-blank range. Nelson and McFadden both picked up assists on the marker, which was Levengood’s first of the season. Army outshot St. Joseph’s 10-2 in the first half, but just one of the Black Knights attempts was on goal. Army also enjoyed a 4-0 edge in corner kicks during the opening stanza.

Devin Perlee The Black Knights continued to apply pressure in the second half, outshooting the Hawks 12-2 in the period and holding a commanding 11-0 edge in corner kicks. Five of Army’s shots were on goal during the second half, including three by Michael Kim. Army had a flurry of four corner kicks in a span of 3 minutes, 19 seconds early in the second half, but the Black Knights were unable to convert as Josh Koeppe had a shot saved by D’Ottavi and Tanner Robertson saw one of his efforts sail wide. St. Joseph’s closed out the scoring in the 87th minute when Critzos got in all alone behind the Black Knights’ defense and beat Army goalkeeper John Marinelli. St. Joseph’s (1-2-0) Army (2-4-0)

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1 0

-

2 0

S - Tyler Levengood (Ryan McFadden, Jake Nelson), 43:13 S - Alex Critzos (Jake Nelson), 86:22 Shots - Army 22, St. Joseph’s 4 Saves - St. Joseph’s 6, Army 1 Corners - Army 15, St. Joseph’s 0 Fouls - St. Joseph’s 24, Army 8

La Salle 1, Army 0

Sept. 17, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Jason Plumhoff scored off a cross from Jidell Roach in the 86th minute to propel La Salle past Army, 1-0, in a non-league men’s soccer contest on Saturday evening at Clinton Field. Roach sent a cross in front of the goal from right to left and Plumhoff headed the ball past Army goalkeeper John Marinelli for his second marker of the season. Army outshot La Salle, 16-8, and the Black Knights

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L - Jason Plumhoff (Jidell Roach), 85:04

Bryant finished with a 15-13 advantage in shots. The Bulldogs also enjoyed a 7-5 edge in corner kicks. Kim finished with a game-high five shots to pace the Black Knights. Jimmy Lineberger fired a team-best four shots for Bryant. Spanos made six stops in the loss for the Bulldogs. Army (3-5-0) Bryant (0-4-1)

0 1

2 0

-

2 1

B - Ryan Stone (Nicholas Parisi), 39:01 A - Devin Perlee (Kyle Golonski), 78:42 A - Devin Perlee (Trent Brown), 86:59 Shots - Bryant 15, Army 13 Saves - Bryant 6, Army 6 Corners - Bryant 7, Army 5 Fouls - Bryant 26, Army 19

Army 2, Holy Cross 1

Sept. 24, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Trent Brown scored a goal and assisted on Josh Koeppe’s game-winning tally as the Army men’s soccer team defeated Holy Cross, 2-1, in the Patriot League opener for both schools Saturday evening at Clinton Field.

Shots - Army 16, La Salle 8 Saves - Army 3, La Salle 2 Corners - Army 2, La Salle 2 Fouls - Army 14, La Salle 9

Army 2, Bryant 1

It marked Army’s first Patriot League victory since the Black Knights defeated Navy, 1-0, in the 2008 season finale.

Devin Perlee scored twice in a span of 8 minutes, 17 seconds late in the second half to propel the Army men’s soccer team to a dramatic 2-1 victory over Bryant in non-conference action Tuesday afternoon at Bulldog Stadium.

The first half went back and forth with neither team able to take command of the contest. Army’s first dangerous scoring opportunity came in the 17th minute when Devin Perlee corralled a ball inside the penalty area and hit a low strike that was saved by Holy Cross goalkeeper Evan Polanik.

Sept. 20, Bulldog Stadium, Smithfield, R.I.

Bryant led 1-0 at halftime, and it appeared as though the Bulldogs were on their way to victory. But Perlee had other ideas, tallying a pair of goals in the final 12 minutes of regulation to help Army snap its four-game losing skid.

Perlee had another chance less than three minutes later, but his header from near the left post was handled by Polanik.

Perlee netted the equalizer in the 79th minute when he headed a cross from Kyle Golonski past Bryant goalkeeper George Spanos into the upper right-hand corner. Golonski played a beautiful ball from the left side to the back post, and Perlee got himself into position to flick the ball into the net.

Army’s pressure was rewarded just before halftime when Brown headed home a direct kick off the foot of Tommy Jaeger. The Black Knights were awarded the set piece from 35 yards out following a Crusader foul. Jaeger then calmly served the ball into the box to Brown, who headed it past Polanik with just 52 seconds showing on the clock.

Less than nine minutes later, Perlee took a feed from Trent Brown near the top of the box, spun around and ripped a hard shot through traffic and into the lower left-hand corner of the cage.

Army outshot Holy Cross by a 6-4 margin in the first half, but the Crusaders owned a 3-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Army goalkeeper John Marinelli backstopped the Black Knights’ victory, making a career-high six saves in the match. After a back and forth first half, Bryant got on the scoreboard in the 40th minute when Ryan Stone headed the ball past Marinelli. Nicholas Parisi was credited with an assist on the play as he lofted a direct kick into the penalty area. Stone then went up and flicked the ball into the upper 90 for his first goal of the season. The first half featured plenty of scoring opportunities for both sides as Bryant fired eight shots and Army registered seven. Michael Kim paced the Black Knights’ attack in the opening stanza with four shots.

The second half was hotly contest as well, with both teams registering quality scoring chances. Finally, in the 82nd minute, Koeppe took a feed from Brown, eluded a Holy Cross defender and ripped a rising shot from just outside the 18-yard line into the top right-hand corner of the cage to move Army in front, 2-0. It marked Koeppe’s second goal of the season. Less than one minute later, Holy Cross made it 2-1 as Pat McCann scored off a broken play in front of the Army cage. Josh Cintas played a ball into the penalty area and McCann got off a shot that glanced off Army goalkeeper John Marinelli and into the back of the net. Holy Cross recorded three shots in the final three minutes of the contest, but the Crusaders came

up empty. HC’s best opportunity to knot the score came in the 89th minute when Kevin O’Connell got in behind the Army defense, but his redirected shot went just wide of the mark. Holy Cross (0-6-2, 0-1-0 PL) Army (4-5-0, 1-0-0 PL)

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A - Trent Brown (Tommy Jaeger), 44:08 A - Josh Koeppe (Trent Brown), 81:02 H - Pat McCann (Josh Cintas), 81:51 Shots - Army 16, Holy Cross 12 Saves - Holy Cross 4, Army 3 Corners - Holy Cross 6, Army 4 Fouls - Holy Cross 15, Army 11

Navy 1, Army 0

Oct. 1, Glenn Warner Soccer Facility, Annapolis, Md. The Army men’s soccer team saw its modest twogame win streak snapped on Saturday evening as the Black Knights dropped a 1-0 decision to Navy in a Patriot League contest at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility. Guy Skord put Navy on top in the 16th minute when he converted a cross from Alex Wilson. Aaron Dupere stopped the only shot he faced to make the Mids’ early goal stand up. Navy controlled the play in the first half, outshooting Army by a 9-0 margin and holding a 4-0 edge in corner kicks. The Black Knights responded in the second half, outshooting the Midshipmen 4-2 and enjoying a 7-2 advantage in corner kicks. Five of Army’s second half corner kicks came in the final 15 minutes, but the Black Knights were unable to push across the equalizer. Trent Brown paced the Army attack with a teamhigh two shots. Sean-Michael Alvarez was credited with the Black Knights’ lone shot on goal. Skord led Navy’s offense with a game-high three shots. Nick Dubee and Sam Miller each attempted two shots in the match. Army goalkeeper John Marinelli recorded five saves in the losing effort. Army (4-6-0, 1-1-0 PL) Navy (4-4-3, 1-0-1 PL)

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Army 3, Hartford 2 (2OT)

Oct. 5, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Elliott McGilbra scored the game-winning goal early in the second overtime period as the Army men’s soccer team rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit to defeat Hartford, 3-2, in a non-league match Wednesday evening at Clinton Field. The Black Knights trailed 2-0 at intermission, but

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2011 Recaps second-half goals by Josh Koeppe and Tanner Robertson knotted the score at 2-2 following regulation. After a scoreless first overtime period, McGilbra took a feed from T.J. Rowe near midfield, got in behind the Hartford defense and scored with a 17-yard shot in the 102nd minute. The goal, which was a strong left-footed strike that partially glanced off the left post and into the back of the net, was McGilbra’s first career game winner. Robertson’s equalizing goal in the 77th minute helped Army force overtime. The co-captain intercepted a clearing attempt by Hartford near the top of the box and fired a shot from 15 yards out just past Hawks’ goalkeeper Luke Citriniti and into the lower right-hand corner of the cage. Koeppe ignited the Black Knights’ comeback early in the second half when he received a pass from Tommy Jaeger off a set piece and hit a laser of a shot from just outside the 18-yard line. The score was set up by a Hartford foul just outside the penalty area. Instead of shooting towards the goal on the ensuing direct kick, Jaeger played the ball back to Koeppe, who struck a high, bending shot that found the upper 90 to the left side.

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Hartford built its 2-0 halftime lead by scoring twice in a span of 1 minute, 55 seconds midway through the opening stanza. David Bernhardsson opened the scoring at the 22:15 mark when he took a pass from Anthony Santaga and beat Army goalkeeper John Marinelli with a shot from 15 yards out. Less than two minutes later, Connor Yeaney made it 2-0 when he collected a bouncing ball and unleashed a shot through traffic and past Marinelli. Although they trailed at halftime, the Black Knights outshot the Hawks 7-5 in the first 45 minutes. Army also enjoyed a 3-1 edge in corner kicks during the opening frame. Army outshot Hartford 8-2 in the second half, and the Black Knights held a 17-8 edge in the match. Both teams attempted four corner kicks in the contest. Hartford (3-7-2) Army (5-6-0)

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H - David Bernhardsson (Anthony Santaga), 22:15 H - Connor Yeaney (unassisted), 24:10 A - Josh Koeppe (Tommy Jaeger), 47:27 A - Tanner Robertson (unassisted), 76:09 A - Elliott McGilbra (T.J. Rowe), 101:09 Shots - Army 17, Hartford 8 Saves - Hartford 5, Army 0 Corners - Hartford 4, Army 4 Fouls - Hartford 17, Army 17

American 3, Army 0

Oct. 8, Reeves Field, Washington, D.C. American scored three goals in the final 18 minutes of regulation as the host Eagles defeated Army, 3-0, in a Patriot League men’s soccer match Saturday afternoon at Reeves Field. Adem Gokturk, Tyler Collins and Alassane Kane each tallied second half markers to lead AU.

Army carried play for much of the match, but the Black Knights could not get anything past American goalkeepers Matt Makowski or Billy Knutsen. After over 70 minutes of scoreless soccer, Gokturk put American on the scoreboard at the 72:01 mark when he tallied off a feed from Colin Seigfreid. Less than three minutes later, Collins made it 2-0 in favor of the Eagles when he took a pass from Gokturk and scored at the 74:45 mark. Kane capped the scoring with 4:05 to play as he converted a penalty kick. Freshman Tommy Jaeger led the Army offense with two shots on goal. Army (5-7-0, 1-2-0 PL) American (5-7-1, 3-0-0 PL)

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Am - Adem Gokturk (Colin Seigfried), 72:01 Am - Tyler Collins (Adem Gokturk), 74:45 Am - Alassane Kane (penalty kick), 85:55 Shots - American 11, Army 9 Saves - American 5, Army 2 Corners - Army 7, American 3 Fouls - Army 16, American 15

Colgate 3, Army 2 (OT)

Oct. 15, Van Doren Field, Hamilton, N.Y. Shane Conlin scored off an assist from Jimmy McLaughlin late in the first overtime period as Colgate slipped past Army, 3-2, in a Patriot League men’s soccer match Saturday afternoon at Van Doren Field. Josh Koeppe scored a goal and assisted on David Rouleau’s game-tying marker as Army battled from behind to force overtime against the Raiders. Colgate opened the scoring in the 17th minute as Steven Miller took a feed from Mike Garzi and beat Army goalkeeper John Marinelli to give the Raiders an early 1-0 advantage. The Black Knights tied the score at 1-1 early in the second half when Josh Koeppe blasted a rocket of a shot from the top of the box into the upper left-hand corner of the cage. The goal, which came in the 49th minute, was assisted by Devin Perlee.

Army (5-8-0, 1-3-0 PL) Colgate (8-3-2, 2-1-1 PL) C A C A C

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Shots - Colgate 12, Army 7 Saves - Army 2, Colgate 2 Corners - Colgate 8 Army 3 Fouls - Army 14, Colgate 6

Iona 2, Army 1 (OT)

Oct. 19, Mazzella Field, New Rochelle, N.Y. Ansger Otto scored a pair of goals, including the game-winning tally midway through the first overtime period, as 19th-ranked Iona edged Army, 2-1, in a non-league men’s soccer match Wednesday afternoon at Mazzella Field. Ansger netted the game winner at the 94:35 mark to lift Iona to the victory. Army’s Michael Kim knotted the score in the 86th minute when he converted a direct kick from 20 yards out. The unassisted marker, which sent the game into extra time, was Kim’s first of the season. Iona jumped on top, 1-0, in the 38th minute when Otto scored off an assist from Alexander Abdalla. It appeared as though that goal would stand up, but Kim was able to break up Borja Barbero’s shutout attempt with just 4:52 to play in regulation. Tanner Robertson and Trent Brown paced Army’s offense with two shots apiece. Otto registered four shots on goal to lead the Iona attack. Iona outshot Army 16-8, and the Gaels enjoyed a 7-3 edge in corner kicks. Army goalkeeper Winston Boldt was credited with six saves in his first career start. Barbero stopped three of the four shots he faced to earn the victory. Army (5-9-0) Iona (13-2-0)

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Shots - Iona 16, Army 8 Saves - Army 6, Iona 3 Corners - Iona 7, Army 3 Fouls - Army 16, Iona 10

Army tallied the equalizer late in regulation when Rouleau scored off an assist from Koeppe in the 86th minute.

Oct. 22, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y.

Colgate outshot Army, 12-7, and the Raiders enjoyed an 8-3 edge in corner kicks. Miller paced Colgate with a game-high five shots. Koeppe registered a team-best three shots.

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I - Ansger Otto (Alexander Abdalla), 37:13 A - Michael Kim (unassisted), 85:08 I - Ansger Otto (unassisted), 94:35

Colgate reclaimed the lead in the 71st minute when Miller converted a penalty kick.

That set the stage for Conlin, who took a pass from McLaughlin and beat Marinelli in the 98th minute to send the Raiders to the victory.

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Army 2, Bucknell 1

Arnold Chun’s header off double assists from Sean-Michael Alvarez and Elliott McGilbra snapped a 1-1 tie and lifted Army to a 2-1 Patriot League win over Bucknell Saturday evening at Clinton Field. Army jumped on the scoreboard just 5 minutes, 44 seconds into the game on David Rouleau’s 18-yard shot that ripped the right side of the

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A - David Rouleau (Tanner Robertson), 5:44 B - Josh Plump (Brendan Burgdorf), 53:43 A - Arnold Chun (Elliott McGilbra, Sean-Michael Alvarez), 72:51

of players and Brown, who stands well over six feet tall, was able to redirect it past Blackmer for the equalizer. Golonski put Army in front in the 82nd minute when he took a feed from Elliott McGilbra, made a couple of nifty moves and ripped a shot with his left foot from the top of the box and into the upper 90 on the left side of the cage. The goal, Golonski’s second of the year, provided the Black Knights with their first lead of the night with just 8:43 to play in the second half. Boldt, who was not tested much during the course of the match, came up huge when it mattered the most. With a little over two minutes to play, Boldt got in front of a hard shot off the foot of Stoneham. Then, with the seconds ticking down, Edwards slipped in behind the defense and appeared to be poised to knot the score. Boldt was able to slide to his right, however, and smothered Edwards’ attempt, which came from less than 10 yards.

Shots - Bucknell 19, Army 10 Saves - Army 9, Bucknell 2 Corners - Bucknell 8, Army 3 Fouls - Bucknell 18, Army 17

Adelphi (6-8-1) Army (7-9-0)

Army 2, Adelphi 1

Ad - Parrelli Domenico (penalty kick), 28:24 Ar - Trent Brown (Michael Kim), 69:48 Ar - Kyle Golonski (Elliott McGilbra), 81:17

Oct. 26, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Trent Brown and Kyle Golonski both netted second half goals to help Army overcome a 1-0 deficit and top Adelphi, 2-1, in a non-league men’s soccer match Wednesday evening at Clinton Field. Army goalkeeper Winston Boldt stopped a pair of shots in the final two minutes, including an incredible save on an Omar Edwards attempt with two seconds to play, to preserve the Black Knights’ second consecutive victory. Adelphi took a 1-0 lead in the 29th minute when Domenico Parrelli converted a penalty kick. Parrelli’s opportunity came as a result of Brandon Stoneham being hauled down in the penalty area. Stoneham got in behind the Army defense and was poised to score when Black Knight senior Jeff Pickett fouled him in the box. Parrelli then capitalized on the penalty kick, blasting the ball past a diving Boldt. Army junior Michael Kim generated both of the Black Knights’ shots on goal in the opening frame. His first effort came on a free kick from 20 yards out, while his second attempt was a result of a well-placed cross from freshman Sean-Michael Alvarez. Adelphi goalkeeper Kyle Blackmer was able to corral both shots, however, to keep Army off the scoreboard.

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second OT to earn his first career shutout. Elliott McGilbra paced Army offensively, firing a team-high four shots. Tommy Jaeger, meanwhile, led the Black Knights with three shots on goal. Lafayette (7-5-4, 2-2-2 PL) Army (7-9-1, 2-3-1 PL)

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Lehigh 3, Army 0

Nov. 5, Ulrich Sports Complex, Bethlehem, Pa. Neal Melchionni converted a penalty kick in the 37th minute, and Joe Puleo and Ayo Olasupo both tallied insurance goals in the second half as Lehigh blanked Army, 3-0, in a Patriot League men’s soccer match Saturday evening at the Ulrich Sports Complex. Lehigh goalkeeper Ciaran Nugent made three saves to earn his 10th shutout of the season. Melchionni scored what proved to be the gamewinning goal late in the first half when he capitalized on an Army foul in the box and made good on the ensuing penalty kick. The Mountain Hawks’ senior ripped a low shot underneath the outstretched arm of Army goalkeeper Winston Boldt.

Army 0, Lafayette 0 (2OT)

Oct. 30, Shea Stadium, West Point, N.Y.

Lehigh carried the play in the first half, outshooting Army by a 9-3 margin and holding a 3-1 edge in corner kicks during the opening stanza.

Winston Boldt made three saves, including a game-saving stop late in the second overtime, as Army and Lafayette played to a scoreless draw on a chilly Sunday afternoon at Shea Stadium.

Lehigh doubled its lead in the 61st minute when Puleo took a feed from Cameron Omsberg in the box, found space and beat Boldt for his fourth goal of the season.

Army enjoyed a bevy of scoring chances throughout the match, but the Black Knights were unable to solve Lafayette goalkeeper Graham Heydt, who finished with five saves to earn his sixth shutout of the season.

Olasupo closed the scoring in the 79th minute when he scored his first goal of the year. Puleo and Ben Wysocki were credited with assists on the tally.

Boldt was not tested much early, but the first-year keeper made a sprawling save late in regulation and another stop in the closing minutes of the

Josh Koeppe led Army offensively with three shots, including two shots on goal.

Army enjoyed a 6-4 edge in shots in the opening stanza, while Adelphi held a 3-1 advantage in corner kicks. The Black Knights’ continued pressure paid off midway through the second half when Brown scored his third goal of the season off a header in the 70th minute. Kim, who was credited with an assist on the marker, started the play when he lofted a direct kick into the penalty area from 40 yards out. The ball came down near a scrum

Winston Boldt recorded his first career shutout in Army’s 0-0 draw versus Lafayette

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About The Patriot League

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Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 24 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. Boston University will join the Patriot League as a full member beginning in the 2013-14 season. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 84 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2011-12 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams accomplished the following: • In the latest release of NCAA Academic Progress Rate, 94 percent of Patriot League teams scored at or above the national Division I four-year average score of 973. • 79 Patriot League teams, and 84 overall from full-member institutions, earned Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA for finishing in the top 10 percent of all teams in the most recent four-year APR scores. • Navy won the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup for the first time in school history, and also won the women’s title. Lehigh edged the Mids for the men’s crown. • Lehigh, a No. 15 seed, defeated No. 2 Duke 75-70 in a second-round NCAA Tournament game on March 16. The victory is up for a “best upset” award for the ESPYs. • Colgate’s Peter Baum became the first player in Patriot League history to win the Tewaaraton Award as the top collegiate lacrosse player, and also claimed the Lt. Enners Award for the same distinction. • Colgate’s Elise DeRoo was named the Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, while Army’s Brendan Buckley won the Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.

• DeRoo was also one of two nominees from the Patriot League for the NCAA Woman of the Year award, along with Navy’s Jess Palacio.

• Colgate and Lehigh both finished in the top 10 of the final Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media rankings, with the Raiders at No. 8 and the Mountain Hawks at No. 9.

• Ten student-athletes were named Capital One Academic All-Americans, including firstteam selections for Army’s Brendan Buckley (lacrosse), Army’s Zach Price (Baseball), Bucknell’s Tim Bolte (Football) and Lehigh’s Jennifer Colquhoun (Softball).

• Colgate’s Peter Baum was one of eight Patriot Leaguers to earn USILA All-America honors, and the only student-athlete on the first team.

• 48 student-athletes earned Capital One Academic All-District recognition. • It was the first time in Patriot League men’s basketball history that three teams played in the postseason tournament: Lehigh (NCAA), Bucknell (NIT), American (CIT). • For just the second time in history, two teams won a postseason game as Bucknell also beat Arizona 65-54 in the first round of the NIT on March 14. • For the first time in League history, three women’s basketball teams earned postseason bids, as Navy went to the NCAA Tournament, American to the WNIT and Holy Cross to the WBI. In addition, the Crusaders defeated New Hampshire in the first round of the WBI, giving the League its first postseason victory since 1991. • American became the first women’s basketball team to post a perfect 14-0 mark in Patriot League play. • Lehigh’s C.J. McCollum was named ECAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year as well as an honorable mention AP All-American. • Lehigh’s Chris Lum finished in second place for the Walter Payton award and was named ECAC FCS Offensive Player of the Year while earning multiple All-America honors. • Georgetown’s Andrew Schaetzke finished fourth in the voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, was honored as ECAC FCS Defensive Player of the Year and became the ninth player in Patriot League history to earn consensus FCS All-America honors from the four major awarding organizations. • Eight players were named FCS AllAmericans overall, with Lehigh’s Ryan Spadola and Bucknell’s Bryce Robertson joining Schaetzke as first-team selections. • Lehigh defeated CAA champion Towson 40-38 in the second round of the NCAA Division I Football Championship on Dec. 3 to become the first Patriot League team since 2003 to advance to the quarterfinal round. The Mountain Hawks went on to finish at No. 5 in The Sports Network/ Fathead.com top 25 and won the ECAC FCS Lambert Cup. • Colgate upset previously unbeaten UMass, 13-11, in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament on May 12.

• Jess Palacio (Navy) was a second-team All-America selection by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and competed at both the NCAA Cross Country and Indoor Track and Field Championships. • Navy’s Laura Gorinski was invited to the NCAA Women’s Swimming Championships, where she competed in the 200 IM and 100 and 200 breaststroke events. • Lehigh’s Jennifer Colquhoun was named the ECAC Softball Player of the Year. • Army junior pitcher Chris Rowley earned second-team All-America honors from two organizations while teammate Kevin McKague garnered third-team honors. Both players were also up for national awards throughout the season. • Army finished the season with 41 wins, which is the most by any Patriot League baseball team in history. • Five players were selected in the first 23 rounds of the MLB Draft, the most in that span in Patriot League history. • Colgate’s Chris Johnson became the fourth men’s cross country runner to represent the Patriot League in the NCAA championships. • American’s John Pope won the Male Sportsmanship Award, the first cross country runner and first Eagle to claim the honor, while Holy Cross’ Katelynn Hartnett became the first Crusader to win the Female Sportsmanship Award. • Army’s Zach Price and Lehigh’s Julie Fernandez were named second-team Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-Americans in baseball and softball, respectively. • Four Patriot Leaguers signed NFL free agent contracts for the 2012 season. • Army’s William Park became the second Patriot Leaguer ever to earn an appearance in the NCAA Golf Regionals. • Lehigh brothers Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney earned USILA Scholar AllAmerica honors. • Bucknell’s Brendan Burgdorf earned NSCAA Scholar All-America first-team honors while Army’s Jeff Pickett made the third team

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Patriot League Awards/Statistics 2011 Statistical Leaders

2011 Patriot League Standings American + Colgate +% Lehigh + Navy + Lafayette Army Bucknell Holy Cross

W 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1

Conference L T Pts. 2 0 15 1 2 14 2 1 13 2 2 11 2 2 11 4 1 7 5 0 6 6 0 3

W 7 11 8 7 9 7 7 2

Overall L 12 5 4 7 5 10 9 13

SCORING T 2 6 6 5 4 1 2 2

+ Top four clubs advanced to league tournament % Patriot League Tournament Champion

Semifinals - November 11 - Washington, D.C. #1 American 0, #4 Navy 0 (American advanced on PKs, 4-3) #2 Colgate 0, #3 Lehigh 0 (Colgate advanced on PKs, 5-4) Championship - November 13 - Washington, D.C. #2 Colgate 2, #1 American 0

2011 PATRIOT LEAGUE AWARDS Player Steven Miller Alassane Kane Neal Melchionni Sean Peckham Ryan Morales Mike Reese Kevin Strunk Mayowa Alli Adem Gokturk Patrick Letourneau Cristobal Soto Ciaran Nugent

Yr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So.

Pos. F F M M M M D D D D D K

ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE SECOND TEAM Player Brendan Burgdorf Joe Puleo Shane Conlin Luke Joyner Kyle Scharfenberg Josh Koeppe Jeff Pickett Cameron Omsberg Julian Plummer Grant Reed

Yr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Pos. F F M M M M D D D K

GP 22 17 18 20 19 18 22 18 18 18 21

GOALS

2011 Patriot League Tournament

ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE FIRST TEAM

No. Player 1. Steven Miller - Colgate 2. Kyle Scharfenberg - Lafayette Mayowa Alli - Bucknell 4. Alassane Kane - American 5. David Jackson - Navy 6. Luke Joyner - Bucknell 7. Shane Conlin - Colgate 8. Brendan Burgdor - Bucknell Joe Puleo - Lehigh Josh Koeppe - Army Tyler Collins - American

School Colgate American Lehigh Lafayette American Colgate Lehigh Bucknell American Colgate American Lehigh

School Bucknell Lehigh Colgate Bucknell Lafayette Army Army Lehigh Lafayette Colgate

Offensive Player of the Year ............... Steven Miller, Colgate Defensive Player of the Year ............... Kevin Strunk, Lehigh Goalkeeper of the Year ...................... Ciaran Nugent, Lehigh Rookie of the Year ........................ Jimmy McLaughlin, Colgate Coach of the Year .................................Todd West, American

No. Player 1. Steven Miller - Colgate 2. Kyle Scharfenberg - Lafayette Mayowa Alli - Bucknell 4. David Jackson - Navy Alassane Kane - American 6. Luke Joyner - Bucknell Tyler Collins - American 8. Josh Koeppe - Army Blake Fink - Lafayette Joe Puleo - Lehigh Neal Melchionni - Lehigh Joseph Greenspan - Navy Shane Conlin - Colgate

ASSISTS

No. Player 1. Barrett Metzger - Colgate 2. Sean Peckham - Lafayette Colin Seigfried - American Brendan Burgdorf - Bucknell 5. Josh Cintas - Holy Cross 6. Mike Reidy - Colgate 7. 12 players tied with three assists

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player Ciaran Nugent - Lehigh Graham Heydt - Lafayette Grant Reed - Colgate Tommy Caso - Bucknell Michael Thompson - Holy Cross

TEAM LEADERS Goals 1. Colgate 2. Navy 3. Bucknell 4. ARMY 5. American 6. Lehigh Lafayette Holy Cross

26 25 23 21 19 18 18 11

Assists 1. Colgate 2. American Bucknell 4. ARMY 5. Lafayette 6. Navy 7. Lehigh 8. Holy Cross

G 12 7 7 6 6 5 4 2 4 4 5

A 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 6 2 2 0

Pts 25 16 16 15 14 13 11 10 10 10 10

GP 22 17 18 19 20 18 21 18 18 18 18 19 22

G 12 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

G/Game 0.55 0.41 0.39 0.32 0.30 0.28 0.24 0.22 0.22 0.22 0.22 0.21 0.18

GP 22 15 18 18 17 22

G 7 6 6 6 5 4

A/Game 0.32 0.40 0.33 0.33 0.29 0.18

GP 18 13 22 15 17

Min. 1746 1250 1896 1276 1049

25 21 21 20 19 17 15 10

GAA 1. Lehigh 0.41 2. Lafayette 0.47 3. Colgate 0.84 4. Bucknell 1.18 5. American 1.34 6. Navy 1.41 7. ARMY 1.61 8. Holy Cross 1.74

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GAA 0.41 0.50 0.71 1.13 1.46

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All-Time Series Records

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Opponent Began Adelphi University 1963 Akron, University of 1997 Alabama-Birmingham, University of 2003 Albany, University of 1999 American University 1994 Amherst College 1921 Appalachian State University 2002 Birmingham-Southern College 2003 Boston College 1999 Boston University 1978 Brockport State 1955 Brooklyn College 1950 Brown University 1936 Bryant University 2009 Bucknell University 1931 Buffalo State College 1953 Buffalo University 2001 California, University of 2005 California-Los Angeles (UCLA) 1991 Cal State-Fullerton 1991 Canisius College 1989 Central Connecticut State 1988 Central Florida, University of 2010 Charleston, College of 2000 The Citadel 2000 Cleveland State University 1998 Colgate University 1921 Columbia University 1959 Connecticut, University of 1954 Cornell University 1937 Cortland State 1947 Crescent Athletic Club 1925 C.W. Post 1979 Dartmouth College 1921 Davidson College 2001 Delaware, University of 1930 Drexel University 1962 Duquesne University 2000 East Carolina University 1998 East Stroudsburg University 1985 Evansville, University of 1995 Fairfield University 1981 Fairleigh Dickinson University 1962 Fordham University 1953 Franklin & Marshall College 1932 George Mason University 1985 Gettysburg College 1935 Hamilton College 1922 Hartford, University of 2010 Hartwick College 1965 Harvard University 1927 Haverford College 1923 Hofstra University 1970 Holy Cross, College of the 1983 Iona College 1981 Ithaca College 1951 James Madison University 2002 Johns Hopkins University 1936 Lafayette College 1925 LaSalle University 1983 Lehigh University 1922 Liberty University 2002 Long Island University 1965 Maine, University of 1998 Manhattan College 1981 Marist College 1982 Maryland, University of 1960 Massachusetts Inst. of Tech. 1922 Massachusetts, University of 1962

G 22 1 1 4 12 2 1 4 1 4 10 1 24 3 31 1 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 60 17 5 21 7 1 2 13 2 4 1 2 1 1 2 8 1 26 2 8 1 1 2 23 15 2 2 29 18 9 1 2 40 13 42 1 2 4 26 15 6 19 2

W 8 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 5 1 13 1 18 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 32 7 4 6 2 1 2 9 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 12 1 3 1 1 1 5 4 0 1 16 14 7 0 2 16 6 19 0 2 3 23 3 5 16 2

L 13 1 1 3 9 0 1 2 1 3 3 0 8 2 13 0 2 1 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 23 9 1 13 3 0 0 3 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 11 0 5 0 0 1 16 9 2 1 12 4 2 1 0 14 7 18 1 0 1 2 11 1 1 0

T 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0

Pct. .386 .000 .000 .250 .208 .750 .000 .375 .000 .250 .600 1.000 .604 .333 .581 1.000 .166 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .250 .000 .250 .000 1.000 .575 .441 .800 .333 .429 1.000 1.000 .731 .000 1.000 .500 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .519 .750 .375 1.000 1.000 .500 .304 .333 .000 .500 .569 .777 .778 .000 1.000 .525 .462 .512 .000 1.000 .750 .904 .233 .833 .895 1.000

Opponent Began G W L T Miami (Ohio) University 1996 1 1 0 0 McGill University 1925 5 2 3 0 Michigan State University 1964 2 0 2 0 New Hampshire, Univ. of 1989 6 3 2 1 New Jersey Inst. of Tech. 2005 6 5 1 0 New York, City College of 1954 4 1 2 1 New York University 1960 6 5 1 0 Niagara University 1989 1 1 0 0 North Carolina-Asheville 2001 1 1 0 0 Northeastern University 1996 1 0 1 0 Notre Dame, University of 1966 1 1 0 0 Ohio State University 1930 2 1 1 0 Old Dominion University 1989 2 1 1 0 Oneonta State 1973 5 0 5 0 Panzer 1949 4 4 0 0 Penn State University 1932 45 22 18 5 Pennsylvania, University of 1923 9 5 3 1 Philadelphia University 2006 3 2 1 0 Pittsburgh, University of 1956 5 1 2 2 Princeton University 1921 10 1 7 2 Queens College 1951 1 1 0 0 Quincy College 1990 3 1 2 0 Quinnipiac University 2004 3 0 3 0 Rensselaer Poly. Institute 1944 17 14 1 2 Rhode Island, University of 1968 2 2 0 0 Richmond, University of 1998 1 0 1 0 Rider College 1946 13 12 1 0 Rochester, University of 1959 2 2 0 0 Rutgers University 1931 27 18 7 2 Sacred Heart University 2002 8 5 1 2 St. Bonaventure University 2007 2 1 1 0 St. Francis (N.Y.) College 1996 3 1 1 1 St. John’s University 1928 2 2 0 0 St. Joseph’s University 1995 2 1 1 0 St. Peter’s College 1981 9 7 1 1 San Francisco, University of 1966 1 0 1 0 Seton Hall University 1946 25 23 1 1 Siena College 1989 5 4 0 1 Springfield College 1921 13 2 8 3 Stanford University 2005 2 0 2 0 Stevens Institute of Tech. 1930 1 1 0 0 SUNY-Maritime College 1959 2 2 0 0 Swarthmore College 1923 6 5 0 1 Syracuse University 1921 41 22 15 4 Temple University 1942 13 6 5 2 Towson University 1997 1 1 0 0 Trinity College 1964 3 2 1 0 Union College 1978 6 2 2 2 U.S. Air Force Academy 1959 23 13 7 3 U.S. Coast Guard Academy 1944 8 8 0 0 U.S. Merchant Marine Acad. 1963 19 17 1 1 U.S. Naval Academy 1938 78 27 38 13 Vermont, University of 2005 1 0 1 0 Villanova University 1981 3 3 0 0 Virginia, University of 1990 1 0 1 0 Virginia Military Institute 2011 1 1 0 0 Wake Forest University 1985 2 1 1 0 Wesleyan University 1927 3 0 0 3 West Chester University 1947 25 10 12 3 Western Maryland College 1926 8 5 1 2 William & Mary, Coll. of 1989 2 0 1 1 Williams College 1922 5 4 1 0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1992 1 0 0 1 Wofford College 2000 1 0 0 1 Wright State University 1996 1 0 1 0 Yale University 1927 38 19 11 8 TOTALS (91 seasons) 1153 599 431 123 2012 Opponents in Bold.

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Pct. 1.000 .400 .000 .583 .833 .375 .833 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 1.000 .544 .611 .667 .400 .200 1.000 .333 .000 .882 1.000 1.000 .923 1.000 .704 .750 .500 .500 1.000 .500 .833 .000 .940 .900 .269 .000 1.000 1.000 .917 .585 .538 1.000 .667 .500 .630 1.000 .921 .429 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .500 .460 .750 .250 .800 .500 .500 .000 .605 .573


Career/Season Records CAREER RECORDS

SEASON RECORDS

Points

Points

1. 150 2. 93 93 4. 91 5. 65 6. 61 7. 60 8. 58 9. 56 10. 54 11. 49 12. 48 13. 47 14. 41 15. 36 36 17. 34 18. 30 19. 29 29

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 10.

56 37 36 25 25 23 23 21 21 21 20

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4.

6. 8. 9. 10.

38 21 19 18 18 17 17 16 14 11 11 11

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

232 228 202 199 185 183 161 156 152 151

Joe Casey (56-38) ..................................... 1964-66 Matt Fleumer (36-21) ................................ 1967-69 Randy Nelson (37-19) ............................... 1971-74 Sean Mitchiner (37-17) .............................. 1984-87 John Brence (23-19).................................. 1987-90 Chip Ciupak (25-11) .................................. 1971-73 Bill Friese (23-14)...................................... 1966-68 Tony Dedmond (21-16) .................... 1992-94, 1996 A.J. Florkowski (25-6)................................ 1995-97 Dave Robinson (18-18) .............................. 1986-88 Jim O’Dea (21-7)....................................... 1983-86 Dave Shimkus (21-6) ................................. 1980-83 Thomas Obaseki (20-7) ............................. 1998-00 Steve Epling (12-17) ........................ 1979, 1981-83 Paul Bento (9-18) ...................................... 1986-87 Mike Rodemers (18-0) ...................... 1975-76, 1978 Walt Roy (13-8) ........................................ 1987-88 Brian Loftin (13-4) .................................... 1991-92 Rick Nohmer (12-5) ................................... 1982-85 Chris Conklin (12-5) .................................. 2004-07

Joe Casey ................................................ 1964-66 Sean Mitchiner .......................................... 1984-87 Matt Fleumer ............................................ 1967-69 A.J. Florkowski .......................................... 1995-97 Chip Ciupak .............................................. 1971-73 John Brence.............................................. 1987-90 Bill Friese ................................................. 1966-68 Jim O’Dea ................................................. 1983-86 Tony Dedmond ................................ 1992-94, 1996 Dave Shimkus .......................................... 1980-83 Thomas Obaseki ....................................... 1998-00

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

11. 13. 15. 16. 18.

58 55 48 37 37 35 34 32 31 31 30 30 29 29 28 27 27 24 24

Goals 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

22 20 18 18 15 14 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12

Assists Joe Casey ................................................. 1964-66 Matt Fleumer ............................................ 1967-69 John Brence.............................................. 1987-90 Dave Robinson .......................................... 1986-88 Paul Bento ................................................ 1986-87 Sean Mitchiner .......................................... 1984-87 Steve Epling .................................... 1979, 1981-83 Tony Dedmond ................................ 1992-94, 1996 Bill Friese ................................................. 1966-68 David Yu................................................... 2001-04 Doug Fitzgerald.............................................. 1968 Chip Ciupak .............................................. 1971-73

Kevin Larrabee .......................................... 2000-02 Tim Miller ................................................. 1980-82 Dan Murphy .............................................. 1993-95 John McHugh ............................................ 1983-85 Dick Machovina ......................................... 1983-84 Lucas Rice ................................................ 1990-92 Matt Wesmiller .......................................... 2001-04 Fritz Schmalberger .................................... 1976-78 Mike Connor ............................................. 1978-80 Jaime Evarts ............................................. 1997-99

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9.

15 14 13 11 11 11 10 9 8 8 8 8

Saves 1. 112 2. 101 3. 99 4. 94 5. 93 93 7. 91 8. 89 9. 83 10. 80

Joe Casey ...................................................... 1965 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1966 Matt Fleumer ................................................. 1967 Randy Nelson ................................................ 1974 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1964 Chip Ciupak ................................................... 1972 Sean Mitchiner ............................................... 1986 John Brence................................................... 1988 Dave Robinson ............................................... 1986 Matt Fleumer ................................................. 1968 A.J. Florkowski ............................................... 1996 Chip Ciupak ................................................... 1971 Pete Cramblet ................................................ 1968 Bill Friese ...................................................... 1967 Walter Roy..................................................... 1988 Sean Mitchiner ............................................... 1987 Rick Neske..................................................... 1972 Thomas Obaseki ............................................ 1998 Mike Rodemers .............................................. 1978 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1965 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1966 Matt Fleumer ................................................. 1967 Mike Rodemers .............................................. 1978 Randy Nelson ................................................ 1974 A.J. Florkowski ............................................... 1996 Sean Mitchiner ............................................... 1986 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1964 Chip Ciupak ................................................... 1971 Matt Fleumer ................................................. 1968 Chip Ciupak ................................................... 1972 John Brence................................................... 1988 Sean Mitchiner ............................................... 1987 Pete Cramblet ................................................ 1968 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1966 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1965 Dave Robinson ............................................... 1986 Bill Friese ...................................................... 1967 Doug Fitzgerald.............................................. 1968 Chip Ciupak ................................................... 1972 Paul Bento ..................................................... 1987 Joe Casey ...................................................... 1964 Jim Avery ...................................................... 1968 Peter Durr ..................................................... 1975 John Brence................................................... 1988 Tony Dedmond .............................................. 1993 John McHugh ................................................. 1985 Jeremy Pamplin ............................................. 1996 Dan Murphy ................................................... 1995 Tim Miller ...................................................... 1981 Mike Connor .................................................. 1979 Kevin Larrabee ............................................... 2002 Matt Wesmiller ............................................... 2003 Dick Machovina .............................................. 1983 Lucas Rice ..................................................... 1990 Kevin Larrabee ............................................... 2000

Note: All offensive records are since 1964. Goalkeeper records are since 1976.

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Coaching/Miscellaneous Records Year-by-Year Coaching Records

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Year 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

W-L-T 3-2-1 6-2-0 4-3-1 5-1-1 6-1-1 3-2-1 6-1-1 4-2-2 2-3-3 6-2-0 6-1-0 6-2-0 5-2-1 6-2-0 5-1-2 6-0-2 5-1-2 7-2-0 1-5-1 6-2-0 6-1-1 3-3-2 5-2-0 6-2-0 7-1-1 7-2-4 6-5-3 0-8-2 2-5-1 8-0-1 9-0-1 8-1-1 8-1-1 6-2-2 2-8-0 3-5-2 4-6-0 4-1-4 7-1-2 8-2-0 5-5-0 7-3-1 12-1-0 9-3-1 12-1-1 10-3-2

Coach MacDonald Ratican Ratican Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Marchand Roberson McAneny McAneny McAneny Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Kress Kress Kress Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone

Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

W-L-T 9-4-0 9-3-2 7-3-2 9-3-0 9-4-0 8-3-1 9-2-3 7-3-2 10-3-1 8-4-1 9-2-2 11-4-0 5-5-3 6-6-1 9-3-4 11-4-2 9-7-3 8-8-1 8-9-1 10-7-0 10-7-0 13-5-1 8-9-2 5-13-1 10-4-3 10-4-3 13-5-1 8-7-3 4-10-3 11-9-0 8-8-1 8-10-0 4-11-1 6-11-1 3-12-3 3-11-4 3-11-4 4-10-3 4-13-1 8-8-1 9-7-2 3-14-0 1-14-1 3-12-2 7-10-1

Coach Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Palone Edell Edell Edell Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Chiavaro Swanbeck Swanbeck Swanbeck Swanbeck Swanbeck Swanbeck Swanbeck Swanbeck Payne Payne

Yrs. 1 2 19 1 3 29 3 3 20 8 2 91

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM RECORDS Season Wins 13-5-1 (1988); 13-5-1 (1993); 12-1-1 (1965); 11-4-0 (1978); 11-4-1 (1982) Goals (Game) 12, 1965 vs. Seton Hall; 1966 vs. Notre Dame; 1967 vs. Merchant Marine; 1972 vs. Rutgers Goals (Season) 76 (1967) Fewest Goals Allowed (Season) 3 (1930 - 8 games); 3 (1937 - 8 games) Most Shutouts (Season) 9 (1987, 1988, 1992) Longest Winning Streak (No Ties) 14 (1950-51) Longest Unbeaten Streak (with Ties) 22 (1950-52)

MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

All-Time Coaching Records Seasons S.C. MacDonald 1921 Harry Ratican 1922-23 Ray Marchand 1924-42 Col. G.L. Roberson 1943 Col. G.F. McAneny 1944-46 Joseph Palone 1947-54, 1958-78 John B. Kress 1955-57 Dick Edell 1979-81 Joe Chiavaro 1982-2001 Kurt Swanbeck 2002-09 Russell Payne 2010TOTALS

Joe Palone, being carried off the field after his final game in 1978, is the winningest coach in Army men’s soccer history with 226 victories.

W 3 10 94 5 20 226 9 20 167 35 10 599

L 2 5 34 2 5 80 19 14 160 88 22 431

T 1 1 20 0 5 37 2 8 30 16 3 123

Goals In A Game 6, Matt Fleumer vs. Merchant Marine Academy, Sept. 23, 1967 Career Starts 70, Dan Newell 2005-07

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Individual Honors/Awards ALL-AMERICANS First Team Bill Guckeyson..................................... 1941 Ralph Sciolla ....................................... 1943 Hank Cobb.......................................... 1944 Tom Tyree ....................... 1945, 1946, 1947 Bob Crowley ....................................... 1945 Cal Benedict........................................ 1945 Francis Adams..................................... 1954 Second Team John Cushman .................................... 1943 Stan Calder ................................1943, 1944 Ray McCullen ...................................... 1945 Richard Newell .................................... 1945 John Marley ...............................1946, 1947 John Strealdorf ................................... 1950 Francis Adams..................................... 1952 Henry Watson ..................................... 1959 Jose Gonzalez ..................................... 1963 Mike Palone ........................................ 1967 Honorable Mention Bob Raleigh ........................................ 1939 John Cushman .................................... 1942 Bill Moore ........................................... 1942 Ralph Sciolla ....................................... 1942 Tom Monahan ..................................... 1946 Dan Wardrop .............................1949, 1950 Fred Smith .................................1952, 1953 Richard Kavanaugh.............................. 1953 Ira Black ....................................1953, 1954 Lee Farmelo ........................................ 1959 Bev Powell .......................................... 1960 Frank Kelly .......................................... 1961 Wayne Wheeler ................................... 1963 Jose Gonzalez ............................1962, 1964 Joe Casey ........................................... 1965 John Veenstra ..................................... 1969 Randy Nelson...................................... 1974

Patriot League Awards

REGIONAL ALL-AMERICANS

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS

1959 -

METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

1961 1963 1964 1965 1967

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1968 1969 1970 1971

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1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 1981 1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 2001 2002 2004 2007

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Kaiser Bazan, Phillip Chapell, Lee Farmelo, Bev Powell, Henry Watson Frank Kelly, Douglas Morgan, Jerry Stonehouse Jim Kriebel Jose Gonzalez, Jim Kriebel Joe Casey, Jim Kriebel Bob Behncke, Matt Fluemer, Mike Palone Bob Behncke, John Veenstra Dan Scioletti, John Veenstra Dan Scioletti, Bill Sanborn Bert Wells, Randy Nelson, Roman Ciupak Bert Wells, Randy Nelson, Roman Ciupak Bert Wells, Randy Nelson, Roman Ciupak Jim Johnson, Randy Nelson Jim Johnson, Jose Olivero Jose Olivero, Michael Rodemers Deryl Smoak, Michael Rodemers Dave Freedman Steve Epling Rich Machinova Sean Mitchiner, Dave Robinson Sean Michiner Frank Oprady Phillip Shearer, Tony Flores Brandon Carteen Shawn Adamd Ben Rodgers Kevin Badger A.J. Florkowski Juan-Carlos Ruck Lloyd Osafo Lloyd Osafo, Kevin Larrabee Lloyd Osafo, Daniel Newell Daniel Newell

Coach of the Year Joe Chiavaro - 1991, 1996

Patriot League Tournament MVP 1996 - A.J. Florkowski

Rookie of the Year 1993 - Tony Parilli 1995 - A.J. Florkowski 2004 - Daniel Newell

Men’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2006 - Bill Watts 2007 - Daniel Newell 2008 - A.J. Glubzinski 2009 - Andrew Kydes

Offensive Player of the Year 1996 - A.J. Florkowski

MAAC Awards

Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year 2008-09 - A.J. Glubzinski

Coach of the Year Joe Chiavaro - 1987, 1988

Player of the Year 1987 - Sean Mitchiner 1988 - Dave Hauck 1989 - John Brence

Rookie of the Year 1986 - Dave Robinson

MAAC Tournament MVP 1988 - John Brence

CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team 2007 - Daniel Newell Second Team 2007 - A.J. Glubzinski Third Team 2009 - Andrew Kydes

First Team 1983 - Rich Machovina, Jack Bradford, Steve Epling 1984 - Rich Machovina, Sean Mitchiner 1985 - Mitch Johnson 1986 - Sean Mitchiner, Paul Bento 1987 - Sean Mitchiner, Paul Bento, Aaron Kuzemka 1988 - Dave Hauck, Jeff Perkins, Paul Edwards, John Brence, Frank Oprandy Second Team 1984 - Jim O’Dea, James Kim 1985 - Rick Nohmer, Sean Mitchiner, Aaron Kuzemka, John McHugh 1986 - Jim Lowery 1987 - Terry Harsfield, Malcolm Frost, Mitch Johnson, Dave Robinson 1988 - Mark O’Donnell, Walt Roy, Scott Anderson All-North Team 1989 - Tyler Miller, Newman Yang, Mark O’Donnell, John Brence

PATRIOT LEAGUE

First Team 1991 - Phillip Shearer, Kevin Mackenzie 1992 - Brian Loftin, Brandon Carteen Jay Robinson 1993 - Rich Swift, Shawn Adams Tony Parilli, Rob Pearson 1994 - Jimmy Adamouski 1995 - Tony Parilli, Kevin Badger 1996 - Tony Parilli, Tony Demond, Juan-Carlos Ruck, Jeremy Pamplin 1997 - Juan-Carlos Ruck 2002 - Kevin Larrabee Second 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2010 2011

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Team Tony Dedmond, Ben Rodgers A.J. Florkowski Patrick Mellon, Lalo Terpin, A.J. Florkowski Thomas Obaseki, Luke VanAntwerp Josh Summerlin, John McDougall Thomas Obaseki, Todd Severson Lloyd Osafo Lloyd Osafo, Jeff Dobeer Lloyd Osafo Lloyd Osafo, David Yu Daniel Newell Daniel Newell, John Borland Daniel Newell Jeff Pickett Jeff Pickett, Josh Koeppe

All-Academic Team 2010 - Mitch Johnson, Tanner Robertson 2011 - Mitch Johnson, Tanner Robertson

Academic All-District

NSCAA Scholar All-America NSCAA Scholar All-Region

First Team 2006 - Bill Watts 2007 - Daniel Newell 2007 - A.J. Glubzinski 2008 - Bryan Connolly

Second Team 2007 - Daniel Newell

First Team 2007 - Daniel Newell, John Kubeika

Third Team 2011 - Jeff Pickett

Third Team 2007 - A.J. Glubzinski 2008 - A.J. Glubzinski, Bryan Connolly

Second Team 2005 - Bill Watts 2006 - John Kubeika 2007 - John Kubeika 2008 - A.J. Glubzinski

Honorable Mention 2005 - Bill Watts 2006 - Daniel Newell, John Kubeika, Chris Archer 2008 - Andrew Kydes

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All-Time Results 1921 (3-2-1) Coach: S.C. MacDonald Captain: O.L. Beal 4 Dartmouth 0 Princeton 3 Colgate 1 Springfield 2 Syracuse 3 Amherst 1922 (6-2) Coach: H.J. Ratican Captain: J.G. Wilson 3 Dartmouth 8 Hamilton 2 Princeton 3 Williams 1 Syracuse 3 Mass. Institute Tech. 0 Colgate 2 Lehigh

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3 0 0 4 3 1

0 0 4 0 0 1 1 0

1923 (4-3-1) Coach: H.J. Ratican Captain: L.L. Bingham 4 Lehigh 0 Colgate 3 Syracuse 1 Haverford 3 Williams 2 Swarthmore 2 Pennsylvania 0 Springfield

3 2 2 2 0 1 4 0

1924 (5-1-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: R.B. Oxrieder 1 Lehigh 1 Amherst 3 Syracuse 5 Dartmouth 5 Colgate 1 Springfield 3 Mass. Institute Tech.

0 1 0 0 1 2 1

1925 (6-1-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: M.R. Kammerer 1 Syracuse 3 Lafayette 0 Lehigh 3 McGill 2 Crescent A.C. 2 Swarthmore 2 Springfield 1 Mass. Institute Tech.

1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0

1926 (3-2-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: W.J. Glasgow 4 Western Maryland 4 Lafayette 1 McGill 0 Lehigh 3 Mass. Institute Tech. 1 Springfield

1 1 4 2 2 1

1927 (6-1-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: J.E. Briggs 3 Lafayette 3 Harvard 3 Dartmouth 2 Wesleyan 3 Lehigh 4 Yale 1 Springfield 5 Mass. Institute Tech.

2 2 1 2 0 0 3 0

Lafayette W. Maryland

0 3

0 3 3 0 2 0 1 0

1929 (2-3-3) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: H.B. Packard 0 Lafayette 3 St. John’s 0 McGill 1 Western Maryland 0 Haverford 2 Dartmouth 2 Springfield 1 Lehigh

1935 (5-1-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: C.B. Tyler 5 Lafayette 2 Harvard 3 Gettysburg 0 Penn State 1 Springfield 2 W. Maryland 3 Mass. Tech. 4 Lehigh

0 2 2 6 0 2 2 0

0 2 2 1 2 1 2 2

1930 (6-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: E.K. Purnell 1 McGill 3 Lafayette 0 Springfield 3 Williams 2 Lehigh 3 Stevens Institute 3 Delaware 3 Ohio State

1936 (6-0-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: R.M. Stegmaier 1 Colgate 3 Bucknell 1 Brown 4 Lehigh 1 Lafayette 2 W. Maryland 4 Johns Hopkins 4 Mass. Tech.

0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1931 (6-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: G.D. Campbell 1 Bucknell 5 Rutgers 1 Harvard 7 Williams 1 Lafayette 5 Mass. Tech. 1 Ohio State

1937 (5-1-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: F.C. Lough 4 Lehigh 1 Syracuse 1 Brown 2 Williams 0 Penn State 4 Cornell 7 Mass. Tech. 0 Wesleyan

0 0 0 0 0 1 4

1932 (6-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: G.L. Roberson 4 Bucknell 2 McGill 1 Delaware 2 Franklin & Marshall 5 Mass. Institute Tech. 6 Lafayette 4 Western Maryland 1 Penn State

0 1 0 0 0 1 5 2

1933 (5-2-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: J.J. Neely 3 Lehigh 1 Springfield 1 Frank. & Marsh. 3 Delaware 5 Mass. Tech. 5 Syracuse 4 Lafayette 1 Harvard

1 4 1 0 0 0 0 3

1928 (4-2-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: F.W. Sladen 0 Lafayette 4 Lehigh 2 Harvard 2 St. John’s 0 Springfield 5 Western Maryland 5 Mass. Institute Tech. 0 Yale

1934 (6-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: J.D. Stanton 3 Bucknell 3 Lehigh 0 Springfield 5 Mass. Tech. 7 Syracuse 1 Harvard

4 4

0 1 1 1 2 2

4 2 3 0 1 5

Syracuse Bucknell Brown Harvard Penn State Navy

1 0 3 1 0 3

1942 (3-3-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: H.J. Ebrey 0 Princeton 3 Syracuse 2 Bucknell 0 Harvard 0 Penn State 2 Brown 2 Temple 2 Navy

2 0 0 0 2 0 2 3

1943 (5-2) Coach: Col. G.L. Roberson Captain: R.J. Sciolla 3 Swarthmore 4 Bucknell 4 Temple 1 Cornell 5 Penn State 5 Brown 1 Navy

1 0 0 3 2 0 3

0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

1938 (7-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: J.G. Pickard 3 Lehigh 1 Syracuse 3 Johns Hopkins 0 Penn State 2 Colgate 3 W. Maryland 1 Harvard 4 Mass. Tech. 2 Navy

1944 (6-2) Coach: Col. G.F. McAneny Captain: S.G. Calder 5 Rensselaer 10 Brown 1 Dartmouth 3 Yale 2 Penn State 6 Temple 2 Cst. Guard Acad. 0 Navy

2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 1

1939 (1-5-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: C.B. Hazeltine 1 Princeton 3 Wesleyan 2 Springfield 4 Brown 2 Penn State 2 Dartmouth 1 Navy

1945 (7-1-1) Coach: Col. G.F. McAneny Captain: C.R. Benedict 2 Yale 2 Dartmouth 2 Rensselaer 5 Coast Guard Acad. 3 Temple 0 Penn State 6 Swarthmore 2 Cornell 1 Navy

3 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0

6 3 4 1 3 3 2

1940 (6-2) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: K.O. Dessert 1 Princeton 4 Syracuse 1 Brown 3 Bucknell 3 Lehigh 2 Mass. Tech. 0 Penn State 2 Navy

2 1 0 2 0 0 5 0

1946 (7-2-4) Coach: Col. G.F. McAneny Captain: F.G. Hudson 3 Rider 1 Seton Hall 0 Yale 3 Dartmouth 2 Cornell 0 Princeton 1 Colgate 4 Coast Guard Acad. 1 Rensselaer 1 Swarthmore 2 Temple 0 Penn State 2 Navy

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

1947 (6-5-3) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.W. Brennan 1 Cortland State 1 West Chester 1 Colgate 2 Harvard 1 Yale

2 0 0 3 0

1941 (6-1-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: J.W. Guckeyson 3 Princeton 3 Lehigh

1 1

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Dartmouth Swarthmore Princeton Temple Rensselaer Lafayette Cornell Penn State Navy

2 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 1

1948 (0-8-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.T. Marley 1 Cortland State 0 Penn State 2 Yale 0 Harvard 0 Cornell 2 Pennsylvania 0 Temple 1 Princeton 1 Dartmouth 1 Navy

2 2 3 3 3 2 5 2 1 2

1949 (2-5-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D.G. Novak 0 Cortland State 1 Yale 1 Harvard 3 Panzer 0 Princeton 4 Syracuse 2 Pennsylvania 0 Navy

1 (2 OT) 1 3 0 2 0 3 1

1950 (8-0-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D.H. Wardrop 2 Brooklyn 4 Cornell 4 Cortland State 2 Harvard 5 Brown 2 Pennsylvania 2 Yale 3 Syracuse 4 Navy 1951 (9-0-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D.A. Slingerland 8 Queens 3 Cortland State 2 Dartmouth 4 Penn State 7 Brown 7 Ithaca 5 Panzer 2 Cornell 3 Pennsylvania 3 Navy 1952 (8-1-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: F.L. Smith 7 Ithaca 5 Seton Hall 5 Dartmouth 1 West Chester 4 Temple 4 Syracuse 1 Penn State 1 Cornell 3 Pennsylvania 2 Navy

0 4 1 1 0 1 1 0 (OT) 3

0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 1

0 2 1 2 2 0 1 0 2 1

1953 (8-1-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.J. Fraher 4 Ithaca 7 Buffalo State 1 Yale 4 Penn State 2 West Chester 7 Fordham 2 Temple 4 Rider 2 Pennsylvania 2 Navy

0 0 1 3 1 0 5 0 1 1

1954 (6-2-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: F.J. Adams 2 Ithaca 3 Rensselaer 2 Connecticut 3 Pennsylvania 3 City College of N.Y. 2 West Chester 1 Penn State 0 Yale 5 Rider 1 Navy

1 0 0 1 1 2 5 4 1 1

1955 (2-8) Coach: John B. Kress Captain: J.H. Oakes 2 Ithaca 1 Penn State 4 Connecticut 1 Brockport State 2 City College of N.Y. 0 West Chester 0 Colgate 1 Yale 0 Pennsylvania 0 Navy

1 3 0 2 3 1 2 2 5 3

1956 (3-5-2) Coach: John B. Kress Captain: A. Krapf 1 Ithaca 3 Panzer 4 Colgate 0 West Chester 2 City College of N.Y. 0 Yale 4 Brockport State 1 Penn State 1 Pittsburgh 1 Navy 1957 (4-6) Coach: John B. Kress Captain: R.W. Puff 0 Ithaca 1 Panzer 3 Yale 2 Rider 4 Brockport State 2 City College of N.Y. 1 Colgate 1 Penn State 0 Pittsburgh 1 Navy 1958 (4-1-4) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: F. Manzo 3 Ithaca 0 Cortland State 0 Yale 1 Mass. Tech. 2 Pittsburgh 1 Colgate

4 1 1 1 2 3 1 8 1 4

2 0 0 1 1 3 2 4 1 3

0 0 4 1 0 1

2 3 2

Brockport State Penn State Navy

2 2 0

1959 (7-1-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: P. Chappell 3 Brockport State 1 Mass.Tech. 3 Yale 6 SUNY-Maritime 4 Rochester 3 Columbia 4 Air Force 2 Pittsburgh 4 Penn State 1 Navy

0 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 2

1960 (8-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D. Bazan 0 Brockport State 5 Ithaca 3 N.Y. University 3 Rochester 5 Rider 4 Yale 3 Maryland 2 Mass. Institute Tech. 3 Penn State 1 Navy

2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2

1961 (5-5) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: A.S. Brown 3 Coast Guard Acad. 2 Yale 3 Maryland 8 SUNY-Maritime 1 Brockport State 3 Rider 2 Mass.Tech. 0 West Chester 4 Penn State 0 Navy

0 0 4 0 2 1 3 1 2 3

1962 (7-3-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captains: J. Stonehouse, F. Kelly 3 Seton Hall 1 Fairleigh Dickinson 7 Coast Guard Acad. 4 Brockport State 2 Drexel 4 Rider 2 Yale 4 Massachusetts 3 Penn State 0 West Chester 0 Navy 1963 (12-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: W.R. Wheeler 4 at Massachusetts 4 U.S.M.M.A. 3 Brockport State 4 N.Y. University 3 at Maryland 2 Yale 4 Air Force 3 Penn State 10 Rider 3 West Chester 4 Adelphi 3 Brown 0 at Navy

1 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 1

1 1 1 2 (OT) 2 (OT) 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 4

1964 (9-3-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.M. Deems 4 at U.S.M.M.A. 4 at Yale 5 Seton Hall 3 Maryland 7 at Rider 1 West Chester 11 Rutgers 2 at Penn State 8 Colgate 1 Navy 3 Cortland State 6 Trinity 2 Michigan State

1 2 0 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 1 (OT) 3

1965 (12-1-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J. Kriebel 10 U.S.M.M.A. 2 Yale 12 Seton Hall 2 Maryland 2 Hartwick 2 Rider 7 Colgate 3 Air Force 7 Penn State 7 Rutgers 2 Navy 3 Long Island 3 Trinity 1 Michigan State

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

1966 (10-3-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.C. Casey 9 U.S.M.M.A. 2 at Yale 12 at Notre Dame 10 Coast Guard Acad. 3 at Penn State 2 Hartwick 0 at Brown 8 Seton Hall 3 at West Chester 6 Maryland 9 Rutgers 1 Navy 2 Connecticut 3 Navy 0 San Francisco

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

(OT)

(OT) (OT) (OT)

1967 (9-4) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: E. Milinski 12 at U.S.M.M.A. 6 Yale 7 Colgate 8 Rider 7 Penn State 1 at Hartwick 0 Brown 5 at Air Force 10 Seton Hall 9 at Rutgers 4 West Chester 4 Trinity 3 at Navy

0 1 1 1 0 4 2 1 0 0 2 6 4

1968 (9-3-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: R. Behncke 5 U.S.M.M.A. 10 at Colgate 0 at Yale 3 Rhode Island 6 at Penn State 3 N.Y. University

0 0 2 0 3 0

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at Brown Seton Hall Hartwick Rutgers Harvard Navy Brockport State Brown

1969 (7-3-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.A. Veenstra 2 U.S.M.M.A. 4 Colgate 2 Yale 5 Rutgers 3 Penn State 2 N.Y. University 0 Brown 8 Seton Hall 3 Air Force 5 Coast Guard Acad. 0 West Chester 0 Navy 1970 (9-3) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D. Scioletti 3 U.S.M.M.A. 3 Colgate 1 Yale 4 Rutgers 3 Penn State 2 N.Y University 0 Brown 5 Seton Hall 7 Coast Guard Acad. 3 Hofstra 0 Hartwick 0 Navy 1971 (9-4) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J. Moran 5 at U.S.M.M.A. 2 Yale 6 at Rutgers 3 Penn State 1 at Air Force 9 Seton Hall 1 Brown 3 at Rhode Island 3 Colgate 2 at N.Y. University 1 West Chester 1 at Navy 0 Hartwick

4 2 2 2 1 1 3 3

1 0 5 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 2 0

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

1 1 0 (OT) 2 3 3 0 0 1 1 2 2 3

1972 (8-3-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: L.A. Saksa 8 U.S.M.M.A. 12 Rutgers 2 at Yale 3 at Columbia 0 at Penn State 3 Seton Hall 2 at Brown 2 Air Force 4 Rensselaer 1 at West Chester 1 Cornell 2 Navy 1973 (9-2-3) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: R. Ciupak 4 at Rutgers 0 Yale 2 Columbia 2 Penn State 4 at Seton Hall 3 Syracuse 2 Brown 2 at Air Force 4 at Rensselaer 1 Colgate 2 Cornell 3 West Chester 1 at Oneonta State 0 at Navy

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

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

1974 (7-3-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: P.R. Nelson 6 Rutgers 2 at Yale 3 at Columbia 2 at Penn State 9 Seton Hall 2 at Syracuse 1 at Brown 1 Rensselaer 1 at Colgate 3 Air Force 1 West Chester 2 Navy

1 2 0 2 1 1 5 0 4 1 2 1

1975 (10-3-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: R. Morales 4 at Rutgers 4 Yale 4 Columbia 2 Penn State 2 Syracuse

1 0 3 1 1

U.S.M.M.A. Brown Seton Hall at Air Force at Rensselaer Colgate West Chester at Hartwick at Navy

1 6 0 0 1 0 3 2 2

1976 (8-4-1) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.S. Johnson 4 Rutgers 3 at Yale 2 at Columbia 1 at Penn State 2 Seton Hall 3 at Syracuse 3 at Brown 2 Air Force 1 Rensselaer 1 at Colgate 2 U.S.M.M.A. 2 West Chester 1 Navy

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

1977 (9-2-2) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.R. Olivero 4 at Rutgers 2 Yale 0 Columbia 3 Penn State 4 at Seton Hall 3 Syracuse 2 Brown 1 at U.S.M.M.A. 3 Colgate 7 at Rensselaer 2 at Air Force 3 at West Chester 2 at Navy

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

1978 (11-4) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D.P. Smoak 1 Oneonta State 3 at U.S.M.M.A. 5 Rutgers 3 Union 5 Adelphi 1 at Yale 6 Seton Hall 2 at Syracuse 1 at Colgate 0 Lehigh 3 Air Force 4 Rensselaer 3 West Chester 2 Boston Univ. 1 Navy

3 1 3 2 1 2 0 1 0 2 (OT) 2 0 2 (OT) 3 0

1979 (5-5-3) Coach: Dick Edell Captain: J.K. Stoner 3 C.W. Post 2 U.S.M.M.A. 0 at Rutgers 0 at Union 0 Adelphi 0 Yale 5 Seton Hall 0 Syracuse 4 Colgate 2 at Lehigh 2 at Oneonta State 0 at Rensselaer 0 at Navy

0 1 (OT) 0 2 2 0 1 1 (OT) 1 1 4 0 2

1980 (6-6-1) Coach: Dick Edell Captain: E.J. Apgar 6 C.W. Post 3 U.S.M.M.A. 0 Rutgers 0 Union 2 Adelphi 1 at West Chester 7 Seton Hall 0 at Syracuse 4 Rensselaer 0 at Fordham 1 at Colgate 0 Oneonta State 1 Navy

2 0 (OT) 1 1 1 (OT)1 0 2 0 4 0 3 3

1981 (9-3-4) Coach: Dick Edell Captain: A.G. Sung 1 at Rutgers 3 Seton Hall 2 at Union 0 at Adelphi 1 West Chester 0 at St. Peter’s 1 Syracuse 1 at Rensselaer 2 Colgate 2 Fordham 2 Fairfield 4 U.S.M.M.A. 5 Iona 1 at Navy 3 at Villanova 4 at Manhattan

(OT) 1 0 (OT) 2 3 2 (OT) 0 3 0 0 (OT) 2 1 1 0 0 2 0

1982 (11-4-2, 4-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captains: T. McDonald, T.J. 1 at Fordham 6 Manhattan 0 Rutgers 4 at Seton Hall 2 Union 3 Adelphi 0 at West Chester 2 St. Peter’s 0 at Syracuse 3 Rensselaer 1 at Colgate 2 Marist 4 at Fairfield 3 at U.S.M.M.A. 3 Villanova 1 at Iona 2 Navy

Miller

(OT) (OT)

(OT) (OT)

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

1983 (9-7-3, 5-2 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captains: D.P. Shimkus, H.D. Prantl 0 Fordham 1 5 at Manhattan 1 0 at Rutgers 2 4 Seton Hall 0 2 at Holy Cross (OT) 1 3 at Union (OT) 3 0 at Adelphi (OT) 0 2 West Chester 1 1 at St. Peter’s 0 0 Syracuse (OT) 0 2 at Rensselaer 0 1 Colgate 0 1 at Marist (OT) 2 3 Fairfield 0 1 U.S.M.M.A. 2 0 at Air Force 2 2 Iona 1 0 at Navy 1 0 at LaSalle 1

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All-Time Results 1984 (8-8-1, 5-1-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: R.A. Machovina 2 Holy Cross 0 Rutgers 3 at Seton Hall 1 at Hofstra 0 Adelphi 1 at Cornell 3 St. Peter’s 0 at Syracuse 1 Colgate 1 Marist 2 Manhattan 4 at Fairfield 1 at Fordham 4 at Iona 2 Air Force 1 LaSalle 1 Navy 1985 (8-9-1, 5-1-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: J.M. McHugh 3 Boston University 0 George Mason 2 at Holy Cross 0 at Rutgers 0 East Stroudsburg 1 Wake Forest 0 at Adelphi 3 at St. Peter’s 2 Syracuse 0 Cornell 2 at Colgate 1 at Marist 5 at Manhattan 5 Fairfield 1 Fordham 1 Iona 0 LaSalle 0 at Navy 1986 (10-7, 6-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: J.B. Lowery 0 at Boston Univ. 3 Holy Cross 4 Rutgers 2 Marist 0 at Wake Forest 3 Adelphi 3 Colgate 8 St. Peter’s 0 at Syracuse 3 at Fairfield 3 Temple 6 Manhattan 2 at LaSalle 0 at Fordham 8 at Iona 1 at George Mason 0 Navy 1987 (10-7, 6-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: Sean Mitchner 4 Holy Cross 1 Rutgers 1 Marist 2 Colgate 8 Manhattan 0 George Mason 5 St. Peter’s 2 Syracuse 2 Fairfield 1 Temple 0 Hartwick 2 Adelphi 1 LaSalle

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

(OT)

(OT) (OT) (OT)

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

4 0 2 0 3 4 0 0 2 0 4 0 (OT) 1 1 1 0 1

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

0 6 1 1

Fordham Iona Lafayette Navy

1 0 2 0

1988 (13-5-1, 5-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: J. Perkins 2 Rutgers 1 Central Connecticut 1 Colgate 0 Connecticut 6 Manhattan 1 George Mason 5 St. Peter’s 1 Syracuse 2 Fairfield 2 Temple 2 Hartwick 0 Adelphi 0 LaSalle 4 Fordham 4 Iona 7 Holy Cross 6 Iona 4 LaSalle 2 Navy

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

1989 (8-9-2, 4-1 MAAC) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: M. O’Donnell 3 at New Hamp. (OT) 0 at Rutgers 0 Central Connecticut 2 Fordham 1 at Lafayette 8 Niagara 3 Canisius 0 at Old Dominion 1 at Will & Mary (OT) 3 Siena 0 at Temple 1 Hartwick 1 at Adelphi 1 at Colgate (OT) 2 LaSalle 2 Iona 2 at Navy (OT) 1 at Holy Cross (OT) 1 LaSalle (OT)

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

1990 (6-12-1) Head Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: C. Mackenzie 0 at Virginia 1 George Mason 1 at LaSalle 1 Fordham (OT) 3 at Manhattan 1 New Hampshire 2 Quincy 0 at Lafayette 0 Adelphi 1 at Syracuse 1 at Oneonta 1 at Bucknell 0 at Hartwick 2 Lehigh 0 Colgate 2 at Holy Cross 0 at Iona 0 Navy 0 Air Force (2OT)

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

1991 (10-4-3) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: P. Shearer 4 Manhattan 2 at N. Hamp. 3 at Adelphi

0 (OT) 2 2

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

Lafayette 3 at Fordham 0 Bucknell 2 Hartwick (OT) 0 at Lehigh (OT) 1 at Colgate 2 at UCLA 3 Cal State-Fullerton 3 at Navy 3 Iona 0 Holy Cross 1 Syracuse 1 at Navy 1 Lehigh 0

1992 (10-4-3, 6-0-1 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captains: B. Carteen, M. Eberle 4 at Manhattan 1 New Hampshire 0 Adelphi 2 at Lafayette 1 Fordham 1 at Quincy 1 Wis.-Mil. (OT) 2 at Hartwick 3 Lehigh 3 at Bucknell 0 Colgate (OT) 2 Navy 0 at Iona 1 at Holy Cross 1 at Syracuse 1 Navy 0 Colgate (OT)

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

1993 (13-5-1, 4-2-1 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: R. Pearson 1 at New Hampshire 2 Air Force (at UNH) 4 Manhattan 2 at Connecticut 0 at Adelphi 2 Lafayette 6 Long Island 5 LaSalle (at Fordham) 0 Bucknell 1 Hartwick 1 at Lehigh (OT) 3 at Fordham 4 at Colgate 0 at Navy 6 Iona 1 Holy Cross 3 Syracuse 2 Lafayette 4 Bucknell (OT)

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

1994 (8-7-3, 4-1-2 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chivaro Captain: C. Dodd 4 Fordham 3 American 2 George Mason 3 Manhattan 0 Lafayette 1 Adelphi 1 Quincy 2 Syracuse 3 Bucknell 0 Hartwick 0 Lehigh 0 Penn State 0 Colgate 2 Navy 0 Cornell 1 Holy Cross 2 Colgate 0 Lafayette

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

1995 (4-10-3, 1-4-1 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captains: K. Badger, D. Murphy 1 vs. Villanova (OT) 1 vs. St. Joseph’s 3 Manhattan 2 Cornell (OT) 2 at Adelphi 0 Lafayette 0 George Mason 0 Evansville (OT) 2 at Syracuse (OT) 3 Bucknell 2 Hartwick (OT) 3 at Lehigh (OT) 1 at Penn State 0 at Colgate 2 at Navy (OT) 0 Holy Cross 0 at Columbia (OT)

0 0 1 3 3 1 3 1 2 1 2 3 6 3 5 2 2

1996 (11-9, 5-1 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: T. Parilli 5 at Manhattan 0 Northeastern 1 Syracuse 3 Wright State 1 Columbia 2 Lafayette 0 Evansville 2 Miami (Ohio) 4 Adelphi 2 at Bucknell 0 at Hartwick 3 Lehigh 1 Colgate 0 Navy 1 at Holy Cross 0 at Cornell 3 Lafayette 4 Navy 3 St. Francis (N.Y.) 1 William & Mary

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

1997 (8-8-1, 2-4 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: L. Terpin 3 Manhattan 2 Delaware 2 Fordham 2 Towson 2 Old Dominion 1 Lafayette 1 Akron 0 Penn State 1 Bucknell 0 Hartwick 0 at Lehigh 4 at Adelphi 0 at Colgate 3 at Navy 0 at Columbia 4 Holy Cross 0 Cornell

0 (OT) 1 1 (OT) 1 0 5 3 2 0 1 3 0 3 4 (OT) 0 1 1

1998 (8-10, 3-3 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: C. Butera 0 at Maine 3 Cleveland State 1 at Manhattan 0 at Lafayette 0 at Fordham 3 East Carolina 1 at Richmond 1 Penn State 4 Central Conn. 1 Syracuse 2 at Bucknell

1 0 0 1 1 1 5 2 0 2 1

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All-Time Results 0 1 2 2 4 0 1

at Hartwick Lehigh Columbia Colgate Navy at Holy Cross at Cornell

2 2 1 1 (OT) 3 (OT) 1 4

1999 (4-11-1, 0-5-1 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: Z. Rossley 1 Manhattan 0 0 at Boston College 3 2 Fordham 0 0 Lafayette (OT) 0 3 Maine 1 3 LaSalle 1 0 at Syracuse 3 2 Bucknell (OT) 3 0 Hartwick 3 0 at Lehigh 2 0 at Columbia 2 1 at Colgate 3 2 at Navy (OT) 3 1 Holy Cross 3 1 Cornell 2 0 at Albany 1

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2000 (6-11-1, 3-3 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captains: K. D. Smith, K.J. Smith 2 Albany 1 3 Marist 4 1 at Manhattan 0 0 vs. The Citadel 2 1 at Charleston (OT) 2 5 at Lafayette 1 0 vs. Duquesne 1 3 vs. Wofford (OT) 3 1 Syracuse (OT) 2 0 at Bucknell (OT) 1 0 at Hartwick 5 0 Lehigh 2 1 Columbia 3 2 Navy 0 0 at Holy Cross 3 0 at Cornell 6 2 Colgate 1 3 at Fordham 2 2001 (3-12-2, 0-6-1 Patriot) Coach: Joe Chiavaro Captain: J. Algor 0 vs. Boston Univ. 1 vs. Buffalo 2 at UNC-Asheville 0 at Davidson 2 Hartwick 2 Fordham 0 Manhattan 0 at Columbia 0 at Lehigh 2 at Syracuse 1 Lafayette 0 at Navy (2OT) 1 Holy Cross 0 at American 0 Cornell 0 at Colgate 1 Bucknell

1 2 1 5 1 0 0 2 2 4 2 0 2 6 2 1 2

2002 (3-11-4, 1-4-2 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: K. Larrabee, T. Lynch 2 Coll. of Charleston (OT) 0 Davidson 1 at George Mason 0 vs. James Madison 0 at Buffalo 3 at Fordham

2 3 2 3 2 2

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

vs. Liberty vs. Appalachian State St. Peter’s Sacred Heart Lehigh Syracuse (OT) Navy (OT) American at Holy Cross (OT) Colgate at Lafayette (OT) at Bucknell

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

2003 (3-11-4, 0-5-2 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: C. DeFiori, D. Quinn 1 Fordham 1 at Sacred Heart (OT) 2 Siena (OT) 1 at Birmingham-So. (OT) 0 vs. UAB 1 Buffalo (OT) 0 Columbia 0 Bucknell 1 Marist 1 Lafayette (OT) 2 Maine 1 at Lehigh (OT) 0 at Hartwick 1 Holy Cross 0 at Navy 0 at American 1 Albany 1 at Colgate

3 0 1 1 3 1 1 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 8

2004 (4-10-3, 1-4-2 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: M. Wesmiller, D. Yu 2 at Maine 0 vs. Quinnipiac (OT) 0 vs. Air Force 2 at Birmingham-So. 2 at Columbia 0 at Fordham 2 Iona 1 at Bucknell 1 at Marist 1 at Lafayette 0 at Siena (OT) 0 Lehigh 1 at Holy Cross 0 Navy (OT) 0 at Albany (OT) 0 American 2 Colgate (OT)

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

2005 (4-13-1, 1-6-0 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: J. Castellanos, A. Moreno 0 Air Force 1 0 Birmingham-Southern 2 1 at Vermont 2 0 vs. New Hampshire 2 2 Columbia 1 1 at Colgate 2 2 at Fordham 3 0 at Stanford 2 0 vs. California 5 1 Bucknell 0 2 at Iona 0 1 at Sacred Heart (OT) 1 1 at Lehigh 4 2 NJIT 0 0 Holy Cross 1 0 Lafayette 3 2 at Navy 4 0 at American 3

2006 (8-8-1, 3-5 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captain: A. Moreno 1 at Air Force 1 Marist 1 at Fordham 1 Stanford 1 Iona 0 Colgate 2 at NJIT 0 at Bucknell 4 Manhattan 0 at Lafayette 4 Philadelphia 0 Lehigh 5 Siena 4 at Holy Cross 4 Navy 3 Sacred Heart 3 American

(OT) 1 2 3 2 3 1 0 2 0 2 0 5 2 1 (2 OT) 3 0 2

2007 (9-7-2, 1-5-1 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: D. Newell, D. Jones 1 at Philadelphia 1 St. Bonaventure 1 Marist 3 Manhattan 2 Quinnipiac (2OT) 1 Air Force (2OT) 1 at Saint Francis (NY) 4 at Siena 1 at American 0 at Colgate 0 at Yale 0 Bucknell 0 Lafayette 4 NJIT 0 at Lehigh 1 Sacred Heart 0 Holy Cross 2 at Navy (OT)

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

2008 (3-14-0, 1-6-0 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: A. Glubzinski, J. Gallogly 2 at St. Bonaventure 3 2 Philadelphia 3 1 at Marist 2 1 Manhattan 2 0 Saint Francis (N.Y.) 3 3 at Birmingham So. 1 1 vs. Air Force 2 0 Yale (2OT) 1 0 Colgate 2 0 at Bucknell (OT) 1 2 at NJIT 1 0 at Lafayette 2 0 Lehigh 1 0 at Sacred Heart 2 1 at Holy Cross 3 1 American 2 1 Navy 0

0 1 1

Lafayette at Lehigh Holy Cross

2 4 2

2010 (3-12-2, 0-5-2 Patriot) Coach: Russell Payne Captains: M. Chere, M. Leach 1 at Marist 1 at NJIT (2OT) 0 at Pittsburgh 1 at Duquesne 0 Bryant (2OT) 1 Central Florida 0 Navy 2 Rider 0 American 0 Colgate 1 at Bucknell 1 at Hartford (OT) 1 at Lafayette 3 at Sacred Heart 0 Lehigh (2OT) 2 Manhattan 0 at Holy Cross

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

2011 (7-10-1, 2-4-1 Patriot) Coach: Russell Payne Captains: J. Pickett, T. Robertson 4 Marist 1 Manhattan (OT) 1 at VMI 0 Seton Hall 1 Central Connecticut 0 St. Joseph’s 0 LaSalle 2 at Bryant 2 Holy Cross 0 at Navy 3 Hartford (2OT) 0 at American 2 at Colgate (OT) 1 at Iona (OT) 2 Bucknell 2 Adelphi 0 Lafayette 0 at Lehigh

6 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 2 1 1 0 3

2009 (1-14-1, 0-7-0 Patriot) Coach: Kurt Swanbeck Captains: C. Dietz, E. Seale 2 NJIT 1 0 at Manhattan 1 0 Marist 1 0 at Bryant 3 0 at Harvard 4 0 Quinnipiac 1 0 at Air Force (OT) 1 0 at Navy (OT) 1 2 at Rider 3 0 at American 4 2 at Colgate 4 0 Bucknell 3 1 Sacred Heart 1

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All-Time Lettermen A-A-A

Adamouski, James (’93,’94) ..................... 1995 Adams, Francis (’51,’52,’53,’54) ................ 1955 Adams, Shawn (’91,’92,’93) ..................... 1994 Ahern, Robert (’93) ................................ 1995 Ahn, James (’78,’79,’80) .......................... 1981 Alexander, Michael (’55) .......................... 1956 Alexander, Nick (’09)............................... 2010 Algor, Jonathan (’00,’01) ......................... 2002 Algor, Justin (’02,’03) .............................. 2004 Alich, James (’66) ................................... 1967 Alikahn, Shaffir (’93) ............................... 1995 Allaire, Stephen (’66,’67) ......................... 1969 Allen, Robert C. (’55,’56) ......................... 1957 Allison, Robert (’91) ................................ 1993 Alsheirmer, Robert (’55,’56) ..................... 1957 Alvarez, Sean-Michael (’11) ..................... 2015 Anderson, James (’65,‘67)....................... 1968 Anderson, Michael (’00,’02) ..................... 2004 Anderson, Scott (’87,’88,’89) .................... 1990 Angstadt, Richard (’58,’59,’60) ................. 1961 Apgar, Edward, (’79,’80) .......................... 1981 Arthur, Robert (’93) ................................ 1996 Augustyniak, Ed (’69,’70) ........................ 1972 Auns, Andrew (’96,’97)............................ 1998 Averill, Roderick (’44).............................. 1945 Avery, Jimmie (’67,’68,’69) ....................... 1970

B-B-B

Badger, Kevin (’93,’94,’95) ....................... 1996 Baker, Bobby (’90,’91,’92) ........................ 1993 Banovic, Daniel (’61,’62,’63) .................... 1964 Bartkiewicz, Alfred (’86) .......................... 1987 Batule, Andrew (’04,’05,’07)..................... 2008 Baugh, Hale (’45) ................................... 1946 Baugh, Raymond (’56,’57,’58) .................. 1959 Baxley, William (’49) ............................... 1950 Bazan, Dominador (’58,’59,’60) ................ 1961 Beck, Chris (’91,’92)................................ 1993 Becker, John (’67)................................... 1970 Beckwith, Patrick (’04) ............................ 2008 Beerman, Kevin (’10,’11) ......................... 2014 Behncke, Robert (’66,’67,’68) ................... 1969 Bellinger, John (’46,’47) ........................... 1948 Benedict, Calvert (’44,’45) ....................... 1946 Bento, Paulo (’84,’85,’86,’87) ................... 1988 Berner, John (’77)................................... 1979 Berry, John (’95,’96,’97) .......................... 1998 Bishop, James (’57) ................................ 1958 Black, Ira (’52,’53,’54) ............................. 1955 Blackburn, Linwood (’67,’68).................... 1969 Blesse, Frederick (’44) ............................ 1945 Boldt, Winston (’11) ......................... 2015 Boretti, John (’64,’65,’66) ........................ 1967 Borland, John (’03,’04,’05,’06) .................. 2007 Bossert, Carl (’53,’54) ............................. 1955 Bottomly, Heath (’43).............................. 1944 Bradford, John (’82,’83,’84) ..................... 1985 Brege, Jonathan (’08,’09) ........................ 2010 Brence, John (’88,’89,’90) ........................ 1991 Brennan, John (’46,’47) ........................... 1948 Brennan, Matthew (’96) .......................... 1999 Brewer, Blake (’93) ................................. 1994 Brewer, Curtis (’51,’52)............................ 1953 Brewer, Reid (’93)................................... 1995 Brouillette, Greg (’79,’80,’81,’82) .............. 1983 Broumas, Andre (’53) ............................. 1954 Brown, Alston (’42) ................................. 1943 Brown, Arthur S. (’60,’61)........................ 1962 Brown, Charles (’00) ............................... 2002 Brown, Trent (’09,’10,’11) ................ 2013

Brown, William (’77) ............................... 1979 Bryant, Albert (’73) ................................. 1974 Bunte, Jay (’02) ..................................... 2004 Burger, John (’93,’95).............................. 1996 Burton, Daniel (’99,’00) ........................... 2002 Burton, Donovan (’46) ............................ 1947 Burwell, Mark (’83) ................................. 1984 Bush, George M. (’43,’44) ........................ 1945 Bushnell, James (’46).............................. 1947 Busick, Robert (’74) ................................ 1975 Butera, Craig (’96,’97,’98) ........................ 1999

C-C-C

Calder, Stanley (’43,’44)........................... 1945 Camp, Martin (’93) ................................. 1995 Campbell, Peter (’07,’08,’09) .................... 2010 Candon, John (’61) ................................. 1963 Cannon, Howard (’54,’55)........................ 1956 Cantlay, George (’42) .............................. 1943 Cape, John (’79,’80)................................ 1981 Carlisle, Joshua (’96,’97) ......................... 1998 Carpenter, Thomas (’56,’57) .................... 1948 Carteen, Brandon (’89,’90,’91,’92) ............ 1993 Carter, Ian (’63) ..................................... 1964 Casas, Gonzalo (’49,’50,’51) ..................... 1952 Casey, Joseph (’64,’65,’66) ...................... 1967 Castellanos, Juan (’02,’03,’04).................. 2006 Cesped, Ricardo (’61) ............................. 1962 Chang, Ryan (’02,’03) ............................. 2006 Chappell, Phillip (’58,’59) ......................... 1960 Cheadle, Geoffrey (’42,’43) ...................... 1944 Checkan, Richard (’86) ........................... 1987 Chere, Michael (’07,’08,’09,’10)................. 2011 Chun, Arnold (’10,’11) ...................... 2013 Ciovacco, Ryan (’00) ............................... 2004 Ciupak, Roman (’71,’72,’73)..................... 1974 Clancey, Patrick (’01) .............................. 2004 Clark, David (’78) ................................... 1979 Cobb, Henry (’43,’44) .............................. 1945 Cochran, Craig (’00) ............................... 2004 Connolly, Bryan (’08,’09) ......................... 2010 Coleman, Fred (’62,’63) ........................... 1964 Colter, Craig (’59) ................................... 1960 Concannon, John (’63) ............................ 1965 Conklin, Chris (’04,’05,’06,’07) .................. 2008 Connor, Michael (’78,’79,’80) .................... 1981 Cooper, Kenneth (’43) ............................. 1944 Cosentino, Rudolph (’49)......................... 1950 Courtois, Peter (’79,’80) .......................... 1981 Coyle, Charles (’77) ................................ 1978 Crain, Hal (’42) ....................................... 1943 Cramblet, Peter (’68,’69) ......................... 1970 Cristaudo, Frank (’94,’95,’96) ................... 1997 Crook, Timothy (’00)............................... 2004 Crowley, Robert (’45) .............................. 1946 Culpepper, Marc (’98) ............................. 2000 Currens, Ryan (’10) ................................ 2013 Cushman, John (’42,’43).......................... 1944

D-D-D

Dana, William (’51)................................. 1952 Daniloff, Fred (’58,’59,’60) ....................... 1961 Dargle, Peter (’91,’92) ............................. 1993 Davis, Jack S. (’62,’63) ............................ 1963 Davis, Russell (’91) ................................. 1993 Davis, Thomas G. (’47,’48)....................... 1949 Day, Franklin (’45) .................................. 1946 deCorrevont, Leon (’46,’47,’48)................. 1949 Dedmond, Tony (’92,’93,’94,’96) ............... 1996 Deems, John (’64) .................................. 1965

Winston Boldt DeFiori, Chris (’00,’01,’02,’03) .................. 2004 DeLeo, Daniel (’85,’86) ........................... 1987 Dent, John (’46,’47) ................................ 1948 Derda, Krystian (’00,’01) ......................... 2004 Devlin, Joseph (’53) ................................ 1954 Dewar, John (’59,’60) .............................. 1961 DiBella, Alfred (’67) ................................ 1969 Dickens, Samuel (’48,’49) ........................ 1950 Dietz, Cole (’06,’07,’08,’09) ...................... 2010 Dinnell, John (’76) .................................. 1977 Ditto, Walter (’98) .................................. 2001 Dodd, Chris (’91,’93,’94) .......................... 1995 Dolbeer, Jeff (’02) ................................... 2006 Donnell, Tyler (’00,’01) ............................ 2002 Dowler, Thomas (’51) ............................. 1952 Drake, Jonathan (’97,’98) ........................ 1999 Dresel, Garrett (’06,’07) .......................... 2009 Drnasin, Jasen (’97,’98) ........................... 2000 Drugge, Henning (’53) ............................ 1954 Dunwoody, Harold (’69) .......................... 1970 Duffy, Andrew (’77) ................................ 1979 Duquemin, Gordon (’46) ......................... 1947 Durr, Peter (’75) ..................................... 1978

E-E-E

Ebbrecht, David (’85,’86,’87).................... 1988 Eberle, Mark (’91,’92) ............................. 1993 Ebrey, Henry (’42) .................................. 1943 Edwards, Paul (’85,’86,’87,’88).................. 1989 Eich, Frank (’69,’70)................................ 1972 Eichelberger, George (’48,’49) .................. 1950 Eklund, Kenneth (’62,’63) ........................ 1964 Ellenberger, Bradley (’83) ........................ 1986 Elvir, Hugo (’64,’65) ................................ 1966 Emberton, Keith (’77,‘79) ........................ 1980 Emt, Stephen (’90) ................................. 1993 Entlich, Richard (’60,’61,’62,’63) ............... 1963 Epling, Stephen (’79,’81,’82,’83) ............... 1984 Erickson, Ross (’93,’94) ........................... 1995 Evans, Kenneth C. (’98,’99) ..................... 2000 Evarts, James (’96,’97,’98,’99) .................. 2000

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Fallon, Edward (’77) ............................... 1978 Fanning, John (’59) ................................ 1960 Farmelo, Gene (’64) ................................ 1965 Farmelo, Lee (’57,’58,’59) ........................ 1960 Faulkner, Mark (’93) ................................ 1995 Faurer, Lincoln (’48,’49) ........................... 1950 Fay, Douglas (’91) .................................. 1992 Felber, Joseph (’84,’86) .......................... 1987 Fend, Gregory (’97,’98) .......................... 1999 Fenn, Zachary (’08) ................................ 2010 Fergusson, Thomas (’63) ........................ 1965 Filauro, Andrew (’03,’04) ......................... 2007 Filenko, Taras (’93,’94) ............................ 1995 Fitzgerald, Doug (’68) ............................. 1969 Fitzpatrick, John (’81) ............................. 1983 Fiuk, Michal (’10,’11) ........................ 2013 Flanagan, Brendan (’76,’78) .................... 1979 Fleumer, Albert (’69,’70,’71) ..................... 1972 Fleumer, Matt (’67,’68,’69) ....................... 1970 Flores, Anthony (’91,’92,’93) .................... 1994 Florkowski, Adam (’95,’96,’97) ................. 1999 Florkowski, Stanley (’96,’98) .................... 1999 Forrester, John (’58) ............................... 1959 Foster, George (’48) ................................ 1949 Fraher, James (’51,’52,’53) ....................... 1954 Francis, Kevin (’77)................................. 1980 Frank, Winfield (’54,’55) .......................... 1956 Franson, Justin (’96) ............................... 2000 Frederick, William (’55) ........................... 1956 Freedman, David (’79,’80,’81) .................. 1983 French, Kris (’10,’11)............................... 2012 Friese, William (’66,’67,’68) ...................... 1969 Frost, Malcolm (’84,’85,’86,’87)................. 1988 Fussner, Lawrence (’82,’83) ..................... 1984

G-G-G

Gallogly, John-Michael (’05,’06,’07,’08) ...... 2009 Gardner, Henry (’56,’57) .......................... 1958 Garey, Raynor (’52,’53) ........................... 1954 Garrett, Leonard (’49) ............................. 1950 Gasparovic, Andrew (’72,’73,’74,’75) ......... 1976 Gengler, Gabriel (’98).............................. 2001 Genuario, Louis (’46,’47,’48,’49) ................ 1950 Giannetti, Anthony (’93,’94)..................... 1995 Gibbings, Leslie (’56,’57) ......................... 1958 Ginter, Kenneth (’54) .............................. 1955 Givens, Corey (’94,’95,’96,’97) .................. 1998 Glaze, James (’99,’00,’01,’02) ................... 2003 Glubzinski, Andrew (‘06,’07,‘08) ............... 2009 Golden, James (’62,’63,’64)...................... 1965 Golonski, Kyle (’11) .......................... 2015 Gonzalez, Jose (’62,’63,’64) ..................... 1965 Gonzalez, Paul (’98)................................ 2000 Good, Kenneth (’49,’50,’51) ..................... 1952 Gordon, John (’73,’74,’75) ....................... 1976 Grace, Karl (’78) ..................................... 1980 Grant, Theodore (’54,’55) ........................ 1956 Graziano, John (’65,’66) .......................... 1967 Greeley, Brendan (’60) ............................ 1961 Gregory, Edgar (’43) ............................... 1944 Griffin, Alfred (’51) ................................. 1952 Griffith, Rease (’81) ................................ 1983 Grubbs, John (’63) ................................. 1964 Guion, James (’48,’49) ............................ 1950 Gusz, John (’78,’79) ................................ 1980

H-H-H

Haas, James (’66) .................................. 1967 Hammond, Robert (’88) .......................... 1989

Harlow, Giles (’55) .................................. 1957 Harper, Mike (’01,’02,’03)......................... 2004 Harrington, John (’63) ............................ 1965 Harris, Jay (’77) ..................................... 1980 Harris, Randolph (’62,’63)........................ 1964 Harshfield, Terrence (’85,’86,’87).............. 1988 Hartnell, George (’47) ............................. 1948 Hatfield, Stuart (’89,’91) .......................... 1992 Hauck, David (’87,’88) ............................. 1989 Hayden, Tyler (’00) ................................. 2004 Hayes, Thomas (’63) .............................. 1966 Hazard, Thomas (’47) ............................. 1948 Hazen, John (’43) ................................... 1944 Heimberg, Ernest (’65,’66) ...................... 1967 Heinze, C.B. (’55) ................................... 1957 Hekimian, Nathan (’96,’97,’98,’99) ............ 2000 Helberg, Glen (’97,’98) ............................ 1999 Henn, Joseph (’69) ................................. 1970 Hennig, Guenter (’63,’64) ........................ 1965 Henninger, Kermit P. (’78,’79,’80) ............. 1981 Henninger, Kermit M. (’57) ...................... 1958 Herzer, Lee (’77) .................................... 1980 Hetherington, Jeffery (’74,’75,’76) ............ 1977 Hickok, James (’95) ................................ 1996 Higgs, William (’72,’73) ........................... 1974 Hill, James (’88) ..................................... 1989 Hillen, Mark (’00,’01)............................... 2002 Hilsman, William (’53)............................. 1954 Hines, Pierre (’03,’04,’05,’06) ................... 2007 Hoefert, Richard (’74) ............................. 1975 Hoernlein, Kurt (’83,’84,’85,’86) ................ 1987 Hogarth, John (’57,’58,’59) ...................... 1960 Hohman, Dierk (’89) ............................... 1992 Holden, Timothy (’72,’73,’74)................... 1975 Holland, Casey (’03,’04) .......................... 2007 Horn, Charles (’47) ................................. 1948 Hoyt, John (’42) ..................................... 1943 Hudson, Frederick (’45,’46) ..................... 1947 Hughes, John W. (’51,’52) ....................... 1953 Hughes, William (’63) ............................. 1966 Hunt, Ira (’44) ........................................ 1945 Hunter, Chase (’04,’05,’06,’07).................. 2008

I-I-I

Imoh, James (’93,’94,’95) ........................ 1996 Irwin, Richard (’60,’61) ........................... 1962 Ivers, James (’50,’51) ............................. 1952 Ives, Arthur (’69,’70)............................... 1971

J-J-J

Jaeger, Thomas (’11)........................ 2015 Jarvis, Cameron (’09,’10,’11).................... 2012 Jasinski, John (’77) ................................. 1980 Johnson, James S. (’73,’74,’75) ................ 1977 Johnson, Jeffery (’95,’96,’97) ................... 1998 Johnson, Joseph (’05) ............................. 2009 Johnson, Kyle (’02,’03,’04) ....................... 2005 Johnson, Mitch (’09,’10,’11) ............. 2013 Johnson, Mitchell (’84,’85,’86,’87) ............. 1988 Johnson, Richard D. (’52,’53,’54).............. 1955 Jones, Clifford (’54) ................................ 1955 Jones, Doug (’04,’05,’06,’07) .................... 2008 Jones, Robert (’75) ................................. 1977 Jozwiak, Edward (‘80,’81)........................ 1982

K-K-K

Kashner, John C. (’99)............................. 2001 Kaufman, Louis (’51,’52) ......................... 1953 Kavanaugh, Richard D. (’52,’53)............... 1954 Keating, Michael (’56) ............................. 1957

Kyle Johnson Keith, Robert (’76) .................................. 1979 Kelly, Colin (’61,’62,’63) ........................... 1963 Kelly, Frank (’60,’61,’62,’63) ..................... 1963 Kennedy, Vincent (’11) ..................... 2015 Kent, Jason (’98,’99,’00) .......................... 2002 Kilfeather, John (’85) .............................. 1989 Kim, Chris (’80,’81) ................................. 1983 Kim, James (’82,’83,’84,’85) ..................... 1986 Kim, Michael (’09,’10,’11) ................ 2013 Kim, Sean (’07,’08,’09,’10) ....................... 2011 Kirkegaard, Paul (’60,’61) ........................ 1962 Kiziuk, Stephen (’90) .............................. 1992 Knese, Jason (’04) .................................. 2008 Knighten, John (’87,’88,’89) ..................... 1990 Knorr, Mathias (’69) ................................ 1970 Kobes, Frank (’64,’65) ............................. 1966 Koeppe, Joshua (’09,’10,’11) ............ 2013 Koestner, Raymond (’51) ......................... 1952 Kohl, Gordon (’84) .................................. 1988 Kowal, William (’83,’84)........................... 1985 Kowalchik, Michael (’63).......................... 1964 Krafsig, Joel (’89,’90) .............................. 1992 Kraheck, Stephen (’03,’04,’06) ................. 2007 Krapf, Albert (’55,’56) .............................. 1957 Kratz, George (’89) ................................. 1991 Krawciw, Nicholas (’58) ........................... 1959 Kremser, Karl (’65).................................. 1968 Kriebel, James (’64,’65) ........................... 1966 Krotee, March (’90,’91,’92) ...................... 1993 Krotee, Robert (’93,’94)........................... 1995 Kubeika, John (’04,’05,’06,’07).................. 2008 Kuzemka Aaron (’84,’85,’86,’87) ............... 1988 Kydes, Andrew (’06,’07,’08,’09) ................ 2010

L-L-L

Land, Robert (’45) .................................. 1946 Langford, Gary (’79,’80,’81) ..................... 1983 Larrabee, Kevin (’00,’01,’02) .................... 2003 Larson, Gregory (’83,’84,’86) ................... 1987 Larson, Richard (’63) .............................. 1966 Lazzari, Joseph (’89,’90,’91)..................... 1992 Leach, Michael (’07,’08,’09,’10)................. 2011 Leatherman, Emory (’87,’88) ................... 1989 Lee, Edward (’62,’63) .............................. 1963 Lehman, Albert (’51)............................... 1952

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All-Time Lettermen Leslie, Kenneth (’09) ............................... 2013 Lessey, Samuel (’43,’44) .......................... 1945 Lewis, Jason (’11)............................. 2014 Linnington, Mike (’01) ............................. 2005 Lobdell, Harrison (’68) ............................ 1969 Loebrich, George (’98) ............................ 2002 Loftin, Brian (’91,’92) .............................. 1995 Lowe, Henry (’63) .................................. 1965 Lowery, James (’86) ............................... 1987 Lynch, Thomas (’81) ............................... 1982 Lynch, Timothy (’99,’00,’01,’02)................ 2003

M-M-M

MacDonald, Bruce (’81,’82) ..................... 1983 Machovina, Richard (’83,’84) ................... 1985 Mackenzie, Brian (’96) ............................ 1997 Mackenzie, Chris (’88,’89,’90) .................. 1991 Mackenzie, Kevin (’90,’91,’92) .................. 1993 Mahoney, Tucker (’99,’00,’01) .................. 2002 Mainwaring, Todd (’03) ........................... 2007 Mallue, Ed (’03,’04) ................................. 2007 Manzo, Fred (’56,’57,’58) ......................... 1959 Manzo, Joseph (’74) ............................... 1975 Marchant, Stephen (’93) ......................... 1995 Marenco, Jaime (’74,’75) ......................... 1977 Marinelli, John (’11) ......................... 2015 Marley, John (’45,’46,’47,’48) .................... 1949 Marolt, Blaz (’11) .................................... 2012 Martinez, David (’85) .............................. 1988 Mathe, Robert (’42) ................................ 1943 Mather, Linwood (’47,’49) ........................ 1950 Mavrotheris, Nicholas (’54,’55) ................. 1956 Maxfield, Casey (’98) .............................. 1999 Maynard, A.W. (’49,’50) ........................... 1951 Mayo, Louis (’85).................................... 1989 McArdle, James (’70,’71) ......................... 1973 McCabe, Joseph (’93,’95) ........................ 1996 McCall, Thomas (’75) .............................. 1979 McChristian, Joseph (’63) ........................ 1965 McCormack, Daniel (’77,’78,’79) ............... 1980 McCoy, Edward (’76,’78,’79)..................... 1980 McCoy, Jason (’02,’03,’04) ....................... 2006 McCullen, Ray (’45) ................................ 1946 McDonald, Timothy (’80,’81,’82)............... 1983 McDougal, John (’98,’99)......................... 2000 McDougell, Oliver (’46) ........................... 1947 McFarland, Michael (’74,’75) .................... 1976 McGilbra, Elliott (’11) .............................. 2015 McHugh, John (’83,’84,’85) ...................... 1986 Mclinskey, Terence (’89) .......................... 1990 McMurray, William (’44) .......................... 1945 McReynolds, Carson (’09,’10,’11).............. 2012 McVey, Hugh (’08) .................................. 2011 Meccia, Robert (’63,’64,’65) ..................... 1966 Mechling, Eugene (’48) ........................... 1949 Medina, Daniel (’80,’81) .......................... 1984 Mellon, Patrick (’95,’96,’97)...................... 1998 Memminger, Charles (’45) ....................... 1946 Meyer, Paul (’93) .................................... 1994 Meyer, Robert H. (’70,’71,’72) .................. 1973 Michalek, Timothy (’95,’96) ..................... 1997 Milinski, Edward (’65,’66,’67) ................... 1968 Miller, Austin (’79,’80,’81,’82) ................... 1983 Miller, Matt (’03) ..................................... 2004 Miller, Timothy (’80,’81,’82)...................... 1983 Miller, Tyler (’87,’89) ................................ 1990 Miller, Wayne D. (’50) ............................. 1951 Minor, John (’68,’69) ............................... 1970 Mitchiner, Mike (’84,’85,’86,’87) ................ 1988 Mogan, Sean (’11) ............................ 2015 Mohney, James (’71) .............................. 1972 Monahan, Thomas (’46) .......................... 1947

Moon, John (’09) .................................... 2013 Moore, Riley (’58) ................................... 1959 Moore, William (’42) ............................... 1943 Morales, Oscar (’49,’50,’51) ..................... 1952 Morales, Richard (’73,’74,’75)................... 1976 Moran, James (’69,’70,’71) ...................... 1972 Moreland, Jarrod (’96) ............................ 1997 Moreno, Adrian (’03,’04,’05,’06)................ 2007 Morgan, Douglas (’60,’61) ....................... 1962 Morris, Charles (’69) ............................... 1970 Morrison, John (’56,’57) .......................... 1958 Moses, Charles (’55,’56) .......................... 1957 Moses, Oliver (’45) ................................. 1946 Murphy, Brian (’74,’75)............................ 1977 Murphy, Daniel (’93,’94,’95) ..................... 1996 Murray, Stephen (’80,’81,’82) ................... 1983 Musiol, Joseph (’63)................................ 1966

N-N-N

Nachmann, Dennis (’89,’90) .................... 1992 Nakashima, Gerald (’61,’62,’63) ............... 1963 Neilson, Robert (’42)............................... 1943 Nelson, Edwin A. (’48) ............................ 1949 Nelson, Phillip A. (’63,’65) ....................... 1966 Nelson, Phillip R. (’71,’72,’73,’74) ............. 1975 Nelson, Walter (’63)................................ 1965 Neske, Richard (’71,’72,’73) ..................... 1974 Newell, Daniel (’04,’05,’06,’07) ................. 2008 Newell, Richard (’44,’45) ......................... 1946 Nicholson, Demetrius (’91) ...................... 1992 Nielsen, James (’66,’67,’68) ..................... 1969 Nikolas, James (’84) ............................... 1986 Nohmer, Fred (’82,’83,’84,’85) .................. 1986 Novak, Don (’46,’47,’48)........................... 1949

O-O-O

Oakes, John (’54,’55) .............................. 1956 Obaseki, Thomas (’98,’99,’00).................. 2001 Oclander, David (’89) .............................. 1990 O’Connell, Liam (’81) .............................. 1982 O’Dea, James (’83,’84,’85,’86) .................. 1987 O’Donnell, Frederick (’88,’89) .................. 1990 Odumewu, Mike (’03,’04,’05) ................... 2007 Ogden, William (’59,’60).......................... 1961 Olivero, Jose (’74,’75,’76) ........................ 1978 Oprandy, Frank (’86,’87,’88) ..................... 1989 Orrison, Daniel (’05,’06) .......................... 2009 Osafo, Lloyd (’01,’02,’03,’04) .................... 2005 Osteen, John (’47) .................................. 1948 Oxrieder, Charles (’56,’57) ....................... 1958

P-P-P

Palone, Michael (’65,’66,’67) .................... 1968 Pamplin, Jeremy (’94,’95,’96) ................... 1997 Parilli, Luis (’93,’94,’95,’96) ...................... 1997 Parkinson, Michael (’77,’78) ..................... 1980 Patterson, Loren (’48) ............................. 1949 Pauling, Jared (’02,’03’04,’05) .................. 2006 Pearcy, Gary (’83,’84).............................. 1986 Pearson, Robert (’90,’91,’92,’93) .............. 1994 Pedersen, Walton (’68,’69) ...................... 1970 Perkins, Jeff (’01,’02) .............................. 2005 Perkins, Jeffery (’86,’87,’88) ..................... 1989 Perlee, Devin (’11)............................ 2015 Pfeiffer, Richard (’56) .............................. 1957 Pfister, Alex (’10,’11) ....................... 2014 Phan, Wayne (’88) .................................. 1990 Pickett, Stephen (’08,’09,’10,’11) .............. 2012 Pickett, Wesley (’95) ............................... 1999

Daniel Newell Pickler, John (’63) ................................... 1965 Piechowiak, Wayne (’70,’71) .................... 1973 Pollin, George (’48) ................................. 1949 Post, Leo (’49,’50)................................... 1951 Powell, Beverley (’58,’59,’60) ................... 1961 Powell, David J. (’73) .............................. 1974 Pozuelo, F. Javier, (’54,’55) ...................... 1956 Prantl, Harry (’80,’81,’82,’83) ................... 1984 Pressman, Kenneth (’45,’46,’47) ............... 1948 Principe, Nicholas (’63) ........................... 1965 Proctor, Robert (’89,’90) .......................... 1991 Prokop, Frank (’62,’63,’64) ....................... 1965 Puff, Robert (’56,’57)............................... 1958

Q-Q-Q

Quinn, Dan (’02,’03) ............................... 2004 Quinn, William (’49,’50) ........................... 1951 Quiros, Jose (’55,’56) .............................. 1957

R-R-R

Radke, Michael (’96) ............................... 1997 Randel, Brennan (’09,’10) ................ 2013 Rasmussen, Raymond (’48) ..................... 1949 Ravelo, Angelo (’50,’51,’52) ..................... 1953 Raymond, Brendan (’93,’94,’95) ............... 1996 Reckmeyer, William (’46) ......................... 1947 Redmond, Brian T. (’99) .......................... 2003 Reese, Jordan (’10,’11) ........................... 2014 Reilly, Kegan (’04,’05,’06,’07) ................... 2008 Retana, Luis (’67) ................................... 1969 Rice, Lucas (’90,’91,’92) .......................... 1993 Richey, Randal (’81,’82,’83) ..................... 1984 Rindosh, Aaron (’00)............................... 2004 Rindosh, Adam (’00) ............................... 2004 Ritter, Nathan (’97,’98) ............................ 1999 Roberts, Thurman (’61,’62’63) ................. 1964 Robertson, George (’57) ......................... 1958 Robertson, Ken (’81) .............................. 1982 Robertson, Tanner (’08,’09,’10,’11) ........... 2012 Robinson, David (’86,’87) ........................ 1990 Robinson, Jay (’90,’91,’92)....................... 1993

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Rodemers, Michael (’75,’76,’78) ............... 1980 Rodgers, Benjamin (’93,’94,’95) ............... 1996 Rojas, Roberto (’64) ............................... 1965 Roloff, Donald (’49,’50) ........................... 1951 Roosma, William (’56)............................. 1958 Rose, Michael (’96) ................................. 1997 Rose, Robert (’50,’51,’52) ........................ 1953 Ross, John (’91,’92) ................................ 1993 Rossley, Zachary (’98,’99) ........................ 2000 Rouleau, David (’11) ............................... 2015 Rowe, Thomas (’10,’11) .......................... 2014 Roy, Walter (’87,’88) ............................... 1989 Ruck, Juan-Carlos (’95,’96,’97) ................. 1998 Ruddy, Kenneth (’45,’46,’47) .................... 1948 Ryan, John C. (’99) ................................. 2003

S-S-S

Sama, Jason (’98) .................................. 1999 Samaniego, Marcial (’60,’61).................... 1962 Sammarco, Valentino (’63,’64) ................. 1965 Saksa, Lawrence (’70,’71,’72) .................. 1973 Sanborn, William (’70,’71) ....................... 1973 Sangvic, Roger (’84,’85) .......................... 1986 Sarzanini, Andrea (’60) ........................... 1961 Sauer, Edward (’80,’81,’82) ...................... 1983 Schalk, Louis (’45,’46,’47) ........................ 1948 Schaller, Michael (’82,’83) ........................ 1984 Schlessman, David (’77) ......................... 1979 Schleyer, William (’76,’78) ....................... 1979 Schmalberger, Fred (’76,’78).................... 1979 Schmidt, John L. (’60,’61)........................ 1962 Schmitt, Mark (’89,’90)............................ 1991 Schreckhise, Clinton (’88,’89,’90) ............. 1991 Schuder, William (’45,’46) ........................ 1947 Scioletti, Daniel (’69,’70) ......................... 1971 Sciolla, Ralph (’42,’43)............................. 1944 Seale, Evan (’06,’08,’09) .......................... 2010 Sellner, Richard (’79,’80) ......................... 1981 Severson, Todd (’00,’01,’02,’03) ............... 2004 Shanahan, Matthew (’97,’98) ................... 1999 Shearer, Phillip (’89,’90,’91) ..................... 1992 Shimkus, David (’80,’81,’82,’83) ............... 1984 Shipps, Ian (’98,’00,’01) .......................... 2002

Shore, Christian (’63).............................. 1964 Simon, King D. (’46) ............................... 1947 Simpson, Edward (’64)............................ 1965 Slingerland, Douglas (’49,’50,’51) ............. 1952 Smith, Fred L. (’50,’51,’52) ...................... 1953 Smith, James L. (’63).............................. 1965 Smith, Kevin D. (’97,’98,’99,’00)................ 2001 Smith, Kevin J. (’97,’98,’99) ..................... 2001 Smith, Lawrence (’64,’65)........................ 1966 Smoak, Deryl (’76,’78) ............................ 1979 Somers, Robert (’69,’70,’71) .................... 1972 Sosler, Louis (’70,’72) .............................. 1973 Sperber, Horst (’65,’66,’67) ...................... 1968 Spinello, Michael (’64,’65,’66)................... 1967 Spivy, Berton (’57,’58,’59) ........................ 1960 Spragins, Charles (’44) ............................ 1945 Spragins, Stewart (’48) ........................... 1949 Spruill, Chase (’04,’05,’06,’07) .................. 2008 Stanton, Robert (’98,’99) ......................... 2000 Steinberg, William (’49) .......................... 1950 Stevens, James (’76) .............................. 1977 Stick, Henry (’43,’44) .............................. 1945 Stone, Hardy (’77) .................................. 1980 Stonehouse, Gerald (’61,’62’63) ............... 1963 Stoner, John (’77,’79) .............................. 1980 Strealdorf, John (’49,’50) ......................... 1951 Strickland, Robert (’54) ........................... 1955 Sullivan, Cory (’00,’01,’02) ....................... 2004 Sullivan, Michael (’81,’83) ........................ 1984 Summerlin, Joshua (’99,’00) .................... 2001 Summers, Wallen (’54,’55) ...................... 1957 Sung, Alex (’81) ..................................... 1982 Swank, Lawrence (’42)............................ 1943 Swearingen, William (’04,’05,’06,’07) ........ 2008 Swick, Andrew (’81) ............................... 1982 Swift, Richard (‘91,’92,’93)....................... 1994 Szabo, Jakob (’10) .................................. 2014

T-T-T

Tansey, Hubert (’42) ............................... 1943 Tarantelli, Todd (’91,’92).......................... 1992 Taylor, Conrad (’71,’72) ........................... 1973 Taylor, Robert (’98) ................................. 2000 Teixeira, Christian (’91,’92,’93,’94) ............ 1995 Tennent, David (’04,’05,’07) ..................... 2008 Terpin, Abelardo (’95,’96,’97) ................... 1998 Teesdale, Thomas (’69,’70)...................... 1971 Thompson, Mark (’99) ............................ 2002 Thorne, William (’67,’68) ......................... 1969 Tinsman, Robert (’55) ............................. 1956 Toman, John (’50,’51,’52) ........................ 1953 Tomiczek, Paul (’58) ............................... 1959 Tratensek, Milivoj (’63)............................ 1964 Traubel, William (’63).............................. 1966 Tredennick, William (’63) ........................ 1965 Trifiletti, Anthony (’63) ............................ 1964 Trotta, Nikolaus (’99,’00) ......................... 2003 Tuck, Franklin (’77)................................. 1979 Turnbull, Robert (’54,’55) ........................ 1957 Twohig, John (’71,’72,’73) ....................... 1974 Tyree, Thomas (’45,’46,’47)...................... 1948

U-U-U

Uhler, Robert (’66,’67) ............................. 1968 Ulmer, Walter (’76,’77) ............................ 1979

V-V-V

Vang, Tong (’91,’92) ............................... 1993 VanLingen, Rene (’77) ............................ 1980 Van Valkenburg, Gerald (’53) ................... 1954 Veenstra, John (’67,’68,’69)...................... 1970 Veenstra, Roger (’73,’74) ........................ 1975 Velazquez, Manuel (’63) .......................... 1966 Villanes, Juan (’57) ................................. 1958 Vinson, David (’75,’76) ............................ 1979 Vinson, Mark (’75,’76) ............................. 1978 Vint, Michael (’08) .................................. 2011 Vitters, Alan (’66,’67) .............................. 1968 Vlisides, George (’48,’49) ......................... 1950

W-W-W

Wagner, Hans (’59,’60) ............................ 1961 Wald, Tilo (’64,’65) ................................. 1967 Wallwork, James (’50,’51) ....................... 1952 Walters, James (’69,’70) .......................... 1971 Wanner, F. Walton (’60)........................... 1961 Wardrop, Daniel (’48,’49,’50).................... 1951 Watson, Henry (’57,’58,’59) ..................... 1960 Wattendorf, John (’63) ............................ 1965 Watts, Benjamin (’68) ............................. 1969 Watts, Bill (’03,’04,’05,’06) ....................... 2007 Weiss, Daniel (’93,’94) ............................ 1995 Wells, Herbert (’71,’72,’73) ...................... 1974 Weslowski, Anthony (’45) ........................ 1946 Wesmiller, Matt (’03,’04) .......................... 2005 Wessels, Robert (’43) .............................. 1944 Whaley, Gabriel (’08,’09) ......................... 2012 Wheeler, Wayne (’61,’62,’63) ................... 1964 Whitacre, Joseph (’08) ............................ 2012 Whitaker, Ernest (’10) ............................. 2011 White, Edward (’51) ............................... 1952 White, Thomas (’91,’92) .......................... 1993 Whiting, Robert (’48) .............................. 1949 Whitney, Guy (’53) ................................. 1954 Wiggins, Richard (’76) ............................ 1977 Williams, David (’84)............................... 1987 Wines, Robert (’69,’70,’71) ...................... 1972 Wix, William (’52,’53,’54) ......................... 1955 Wolf, Karl (’42) ....................................... 1943 Woltz, K.A. (’63) ..................................... 1966 Wood, Brian (’93,’94) .............................. 1995 Woodcock, Matt (’98,’99,’00) ................... 2001 Wozencraft, John (’44) ............................ 1945

Y-Y-Y

Yale, John (’52) ...................................... 1953 Yang, Newman (’88,’89) .......................... 1990 Yankoupe, Roger (’63) ............................ 1964 Yerks, Gary (’75,’76,’78) .......................... 1979 Yeterian, Edward (’70,’71,’72,’73) ............. 1974 Yost, Bruce (’75,’76) ............................... 1978 Yu, Daniel (’05,’06,’07,’10) ....................... 2011 Yu, David (’01,’02,’03,’04) ........................ 2005

Z-Z-Z

Zartman, John (’53) ................................ 1954 Zeller, James (’43,’44) ............................. 1945 Zimmer, Jonathan (’98) ........................... 1999 Zook, William (’43,’44) ............................ 1945 NOTES: Players in bold are active in 2012. Years in parenthesis are years lettered. Year in right column is graduation year.

Vaccaro, Kenneth (’70,’71,’72) ................. 1973 Vanantwerp, Lucas (’96,’97,’98) ............... 1999

2012 Army Men’s Soccer


2012 Army Men's Soccer Guide