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2009 MEDIA GUIDE


2009 ARMY MEN’S SOCCER AUGUST 19 Wed. 22 Sat.

SETON HALL (Exh.) at Albany (Exh.)

7 p.m. 1 p.m.

SEPTEMBER 1 Tue. 5 Sat. 8 Tue. 11 Fri. 13 Sun. 16 Wed. 19 Sat. 26 Sat. 30 Wed.

NJIT (ITT Knight Vision) at Manhattan MARIST (ITT Knight Vision) at Bryant at Harvard QUINNIPIAC (ITT Knight Vision) at Air Force at Navy * at Rider

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m.

OCTOBER 4 Sun. 10 Sat. 17 Sat. 21 Wed. 25 Sun. 30 Fri.

at American * at Colgate * BUCKNELL (ITT Knight Vision) * SACRED HEART LAFAYETTE (ITT Knight Vision) * at Lehigh *

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

NOVEMBER 7 Sat. 13 Fri. 15 Sun.

HOLY CROSS (ITT Knight Vision) * Patriot League Semfinals Patriot League Championship

5 p.m. TBA TBA

HOME MATCHES IN WHITE CAPS * Patriot League match All dates and times subject to change All times Eastern


2009 MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE ABOUT WEST POINT 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. Franklin L. Hagenbeck Athletics Director Kevin Anderson Athletics Dept. Phone (845) 938-3701

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Senior Associate AD Bob Beretta Men’s Soccer Contact Tim Volkmann Office Phone (845) 938-6929 Cell Phone (845) 222-0822 Email Timothy.Volkmann@usma.edu

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach Kurt Swanbeck Alma Mater Columbia ‘81 Record at Army 34-74-15 (7 Seasons) Career Record 179-189-24 (21 Seasons) Associate Head Coach Keith Clark Alma Mater Keene State ‘79 Goalkeeper Coach Brendan Lawler Alma Mater St. Peter’s ‘02 Head Officer Rep. Lt. Col. John Hartke Athletic Intern 2nd Lt. Niki Flach Soccer Office Phone (845) 938-5204

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record 3-14 2008 Conference Record/Finish 1-6/7th Lettermen Returning/Lost 14/4 Starters Returning/Lost 9/2 2009 Captains Cole Dietz, Evan Seale

2009 ROSTER # 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 27 30 31

Name Nick Alexander Michal Fiuk Ryan Currens Joe Whitacre Jeffrey Pickett Peter Campbell Evan Seale Bryan Connolly Michael Chere Jonathan Brege Cole Dietz Andrew Kydes Sean Kim Brennan Randell Mitch Johnson Michael Leach Carson McReynolds Josh Koeppe Trent Brown Tanner Robertson John Moon Michael Kim Jonathan Lee Kenneth Leslie Zach Fenn Gabriel Whaley Joe Welch Cameron Jarvis Kris French

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Wt. Hometown/High School 155 Bel Air, Md./C. Milton Wright 200 Paramus, N.J./Paramus 155 Woodcliffe Lake, N.J./Don Bosco Prep (USMAPS) 135 St. Louis, Mo./Chaminade Coll. Prep (USMAPS) 170 Temple, Texas/Temple 160 New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan 165 Sugar Land, Texas/John Foster Dulles 170 Brookville, Ohio/Brookville 170 Watertown, Conn./Holy Cross 155 Marietta, Ga./Alan C. Pope 170 Allen, Texas/Allen (USMAPS) 135 Norwalk, Conn./Fairfield Prep 180 Chino Hills, Calif./Ayala 150 Shreveport, La./Captain Shreve 170 Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Coffman 170 Camp Hill, Pa./Camp Hill 170 Roanoke, Texas/Keller 140 Plano, Texas/Prince Of Peace Christian 180 La Crosse, Wisc./Shattuck St. Mary’s 155 Redmond, Ore./Redmond (USMAPS) 160 Rowland Hts., Calif./Rowland (USMAPS) 145 Gardena, Calif./Bsp. Montgomery (USMAPS) 160 Northridge, Calif./El Camino Real 150 Covina, Calif./Damien 165 Hampton, Va./Kecoughtan 170 Midland, N.C./N.C. Sch. of Science & Math 180 Palo Alto, Calif./Henry R. Gunn 180 Pleasant Hill, Calif./De LaSalle 160 San Antonio, Texas/James Madison

Head Coach: Kurt Swanbeck, eighth season Associate Head Coach: Keith Clark, fourth season Goalkeeper Coach: Brendan Lawler, fourth season Athletic Intern: 2nd Lt. Niki Flach Head Officer Representative: Lt. Col. John Hartke Athletic Trainer: Samantha Visco

A.J. Glubzinski Named Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year Army’s A.J. Glubzinski (left) capped his standout Black Knight career by being voted the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year this past spring. Honored as the third-straight Army player to garner Patriot League Men’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors in the fall, he moved on to the all-sport ballot where he was again selected the top honoree on the list. The Novi, Mich. native ranked 24th in the Class of 2009, compiling a 4.02 cumulative grade point average while graduating with a degree from the Political Science honors program. A 2008 Second-Team Academic All-America selection, he also garnered Academic All-District honors along with his fourth-straight Patriot League Academic Honor Roll citation last season.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ARMY MEN’S SOCCER, CONTACT: Tim Volkmann Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations Office: Cell: Fax: Email:

845-938-6929 845-222-0822 845-446-2556 timothy.volkmann@usma.edu

TABLE OF CONTENTS Team and Academy Information Roster .............................................. 1 About the Academy .......................2-11 Ath. Training/Strength & Cond......12-13 Clinton Field.....................................14 Academy Administration ...................15 Director of Athletics ..........................16 2009 Black Knights Season Preview ...........................17-18 Head Coach Kurt Swanbeck ..............19 Assistant Coaches/Support Staff ........20 Player Profiles .............................21-32 2008 Season Review Statistics/Results ..............................33 Game Recaps ..............................34-37 Patriot League Awards/Stats ........38-39 History/Records All-Time Series Records.....................40 Career/Season Records ................44-42 Individual Honors/Awards .................43 All-Time Results ..........................44-48 All-Time Letterwinners .................49-52

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THE PREMIER LEADER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION IN THE NATION The United States Military Academy is renowned because of its historic and distinguished reputation as a military academy, and as a leading, progressive institution of higher education. Made legendary in books and movies produced over the years, the Academy’s “Long Gray Line” of graduates includes some of our nation’s most famous and influential men: Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, George S. Patton, Omar Bradley, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower and Norman Schwarzkopf. Because of this superb education and leadership experience, West Point graduates historically have been sought for high level civilian and military leadership positions. Their numbers include two U.S. presidents, several ambassadors, state governors, legislators, judges, cabinet members, educators, astronauts and corporate executives. Today, West Point continues to provide hundreds of young men and women the unique opportunity to develop physically, ethically and intellectually while building a foundation for an exciting, challenging and rewarding career as an Army officer in the service of our nation. Cadets have much more responsibility in running the Academy than students in most other colleges or universities. It adds to the leadership experience. Cadets succeed at West Point because of the support they receive from the staff and faculty. After all, many faculty members are West Point graduates and understand the challenge cadets face on a daily basis. They also serve as ideal role models, showing cadets what Army life is like. The U.S. Military Academy’s primary strength is its ability to develop leaders of character who are committed to “Duty, Honor, Country” and selfless service to our nation.

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THE UNITED STATES

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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.

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Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the intercollegiate, 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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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

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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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“I think if my dear mother were alive, she would tell you nothing comes close to graduating from West Point, even going to the moon.” - ASTRONAUT FRANK BORMAN “The combination of an education at West Point and the experience of a career in the armed services will prepare you in a unique way for a rich diversity of further career and service in civilian life.” - HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER GLENN DAVIS “I believe in the code ... ‘Duty, Honor, Country.’ I believe in service to one’s country. The institution of the armed forces has thrived on its commitment to developing excellence. It is meritocracy in action. Race, religion, wealth, background count not.” - PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH “How great it must be, gosh how great it must be to be a member of this Corps. To know that camaraderie of discipline, of manners, of courtesy, of human sensibility, of one’s duty to his fellow man.” - JOURNALIST WALTER CRONKITE

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“My four years at West Point were wonderful. I loved every minute of it and particularly the last three years. I loved the history. I loved the tradition. I liked wearing the uniform. I felt like I belonged there. Everything was meaningful to me. There is no question in my mind the proudest day of my father’s life was the day I graduated from West Point. There is a picture of the two of us standing on ‘The Plain’ and he is just beaming.” - GENERAL H. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF “I was so proud to be on the verge of entering the only institution in American society at that time that was totally integrated, in which I would have the opportunity to rise, based solely on performance and ability. The nation always looks to West Point and always looks to each and every one of you to follow always the angels of your nature.” - GENERAL COLIN POWELL “In every corner of America, the words ‘West Point’ command immediate respect. This place where the Hudson River bends is more than a fine institution of learning. The United States Military Academy is the guardian of values that have shaped the soldiers who have shaped the world.” - PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

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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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“As I look back over my career in government, in business, of course in the military, I think West Point was a very influential experience. It hardened a sense of discipline, a sense of responsibility, duty and integrity and also very happily combined an alertness of mind and body.” - FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE ALEXANDER HAIG “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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“WEST POINT IS THE RING. IT’S THE FOUNDATION OF EVERYTHING I HAVE DONE.” - MIKE KRZYZEWSKI ‘69

“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

“In the evening of my memory, always I come back to West Point. Always there echoes and re-echoes ... Duty -- Honor -- Country. Today marks my final roll call with you. But I want you to know, when I cross the river, my last conscious thoughts will be of The Corps ... and The Corps ... and The Corps ...” - GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR

“As I look back on my life, I’ll always revere the opportunities that came along that brought about the choice I made to go to West Point. I just feel that it was fundamental in molding the fabric of my life. The experiences that I had at West Point, they were irreplaceable.” - ASTRONAUT EDWIN “BUZZ” ALDRIN

“This nation is grateful that four years ago every man and woman graduating today made a lifechanging decision. You left the comforts and familiar surroundings of civilian life, and devoted yourselves to one of the noblest professions in a free country--the profession of arms.” - FORMER VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY

“West Point’s graduates have served America in many, many ways. Not only by leading troops into combat, but also by exploring frontiers, founding universities, laying out the railroads, building the Panama Canal, running corporations, serving in the Congress and The White House, and walking on the moon. Through our history, whenever duty called, the men and women of West Point have never failed us, and I speak for all Americans when I say, I know you never will.” - PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON

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Stationed on the first floor of Kimsey Athletic Center, Army’s athletic 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

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.

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During the last few years, West Point’s quiet reserve has been interrupted by the sounds of progress and improvement designed to elevate the Black Knights’ athletic programs to a new “margin of excellence.” 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. With progress being made on the soccer team’s behalf, it is certain that the improvements will translate into better performance on the field.


ACADEMY LEADERSHIP

LT. GEN. FRANKLIN L. HAGENBECK SUPERINTENDENT Lt. Gen. Franklin L. Hagenbeck assumed duties as the 57th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy in June 2006. Hagenbeck was commissioned from West Point in 1971. He earned a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and served as an assistant football coach at Florida State University. While assigned to the Academy’s Department of Physical Education, he earned a Master of Business Administration from Long Island University. His military education includes the Army War College, Army Command and General Staff College and the Infantry Officer Advanced Course. Hagenbeck has commanded at every level from company through division, culminating as Commanding General of the 10th Mountain Division. He has also served in the 25th Infantry Division, 10th Mountain Division, 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions and The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Among his other assignments, Hagenbeck served as the Army’s Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, and in numerous staff positions. His Joint assignments include: Exchange Officer and Tactics Instructor to the Royal Australian Infantry Center; Deputy Director for Politico-Military Affairs for Global and Multi-Lateral Issues and Western Hemisphere; Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J5); and Deputy Director for Current Operations, J33, Joint Staff. He served as Commander, Coalition Joint Task Force Mountain, Operations Enduring Freedom/Anaconda and Deputy Commanding General, Combined Joint Task Force 180 in Afghanistan. Hagenbeck’s decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal; Defense Superior Service Medal (oak leaf cluster); Legion of Merit (four oak leaf clusters); Bronze Star (oak leaf cluster); Meritorious Service Medal (two oak leaf clusters); Army Commendation Medal (oak leaf cluster); Army Achievement Medal; Air Assault Badge; Master Parachutist Badge; Expert Infantryman Badge; Australian, British, and Honduran Airborne Wings; Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge and Army Staff Identification Badge.

BRIG. GEN. MICHAEL S. LINNINGTON COMMANDANT OF CADETS Brig. Gen. Michael S. Linnington took command of the United States Corps of Cadets as the 71st Commandant of Cadets in May 2008. Linnington was commissoned from West Point in 1980 and earned a master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute. His military education includes Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and attendance at the National War College where he earned a master’s degree in National Security Strategy. Linnington is in his second stint at West Point, having been an instructor in the Department of Math Sciences and the Brigade S4, Battalion Executive Officer. After serving as the Brigade Executive Officer in the 187th Infantry at Fort Campbell, Ky., he commanded the 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry in the Republic of Korea, and remained in Korea, serving as the Operations Officer (G3) for the 2nd Infantry Division. In 2001, Linnington returned to the U.S., attending the National War College, with a follow-on assignment as Special Assistant to the Army Chief of Staff. In May 2002, he assumed command of the 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (AASLT) in Kandahar, Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. From June 2002 through June 2004, Linnington commanded AASLT, both in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Linnington departed command for an assignment on the Joint Staff (J8), and then served as the Assistant Commandant/Deputy Commanding General at the U.S. Army Infantry Center at Fort Benning, Ga. In his most recent assignment, Linnington served as Special Assistant to the Vice Chief of Staff, Army. Linnington’s awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with Valor, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Occupation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Airborne and Air Assault wings, Ranger Tab, and Pathfinders Badge. Linnington and his wife, Brenda, a 1981 USMA graduate, have a son, Michael, and a daughter, Tracy.

BRIG. GEN. PATRICK FINNEGAN DEAN OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD In the summer of 2005, Brig. Gen. Patrick Finnegan was named Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy. Upon graduation from West Point in 1971, he was commissioned a second lieutenant, attended the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and earned a Master of Public Administration degree in 1973. As a cadet, he served as Chairman of the Honor Committee and head manager of the Army football team. Finnegan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia Law School in 1979. While attending law school, he was a member and editor of the Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif. Finnegan has served JAG Corps tours at Bad Kreuznach, Germany (1979-82); the Judge Advocate General’s School, Charlottesville, Va. (1983-87); Fort Bragg, N.C. (1988-93); MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. (1994-96); and Stuttgart, Germany (1996-98). He served as USMA Staff Judge Advocate from August 1998 until he was appointed as Professor and Head of the Department of Law in July 1999. Prior to his appointment as Dean, Finnegan also served as head officer representative for the Army football team. During his time at Fort Bragg, Finnegan was deployed to the Persian Gulf to participate in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Finnegan’s awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal (oak leaf cluster), Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Humanitarian Service Medal, Saudi Arabia/Kuwait Liberation Medal and Defense Meritorious Unit Award (oak leaf cluster). A member of the Virginia Bar and the Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society, Finnegan has also been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Finnegan and his wife, Joan, have two daughters: Katie Finnegan Rucker and Jenna Finnegan Bechen; and four grandchildren.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS KEVIN ANDERSON

Since Kevin Anderson was introduced as Army’s Director of Athletics on Dec. 13, 2004, West Point’s intercollegiate athletic program has enjoyed immense success both on and off the “fields of friendly strife.” Boasting more than two decades of leadership and experience, Anderson departed his post as executive associate athletic director at Oregon State University to accept the challenge of re-invigorating Army’s proud athletic program. The veteran administrator has played a large role in accomplishing that goal during his five years along the banks of the Hudson. In that time, Army has sent 19 intercollegiate athletic teams to the NCAAs, captured its first National Championship in more than 50 years, witnessed the revitalization of its hockey and men’s basketball programs, and experienced unparalleled success in several others, such as baseball, women’s volleyball, women’s tennis and women’s basketball. A year ago, Army’s women’s soccer team became West Point’s ninth different intercollegiate program to advance to the NCAAs under Anderson’s watch, while the baseball team reached a regional final for the first time in school history. During the 2004-05 academic year, Anderson’s first at West Point, Army’s athletic program won a National Championship in rifle, sent a record seven teams to postseason appearances, defeated Navy in the yearlong series for the first time since 1978 and forged an overall winning percentage of .582. It marked Army’s finest overall performance in more than a decade. Seventeen of Army’s 25 intercollegiate teams carved records of .500 or better that year as the Black Knights put forth their highest year-long winning percentage since a .604 effort in 1993-94. In addition, Army reclaimed the Patriot League’s Presidents’ Cup—signifying the league’s all-sports champion—for the first time since 1997. Army sent its rifle, gymnastics, baseball, lacrosse, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and golf squads to postseason play, surpassing the previous standard of six teams in NCAA action. Six of Army’s eight spring teams won Patriot League titles that year. Army’s success opposite Navy snapped a 27-year drought in the all-sports rivalry, giving the Black Knights their first series win over Navy since going 9-8-1 (.528) in 1977-78. The Black Knights used their 2004-05 success as a springboard to continued outstanding performances in 2005-06. Army’s fall and winter teams combined to forge back-to-back winning records for the first time since 1993-94. Additionally, four Army teams earned NCAA Tournament appearances in 2005-06, highlighted by the women’s basketball team, which earned the Academy’s first postseason berth at the Division I level. In 2006-07, Anderson presided over a resurgence of Army’s men’s basketball and hockey programs, as well as the contin-

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ued success of the Black Knights’ women’s basketball director for annual programs and was promoted to assquad, which set a single season school record for vicsociate athletic director for development, tickets and tories at the Division I level. the Bears’ baseball team in March 1999. All three programs flourished again the following At California, Anderson oversaw all fundraising matyear with hockey earning its first Atlantic Hockey Assoters involving capital giving and capital projects, as ciation regular-season crown and the men’s basketball well as ticketing operations. He also functioned as the squad advancing in the Patriot League postseason for primary major gift officer for the athletic department. the second straight year, a first since 1995 and 1996. Under his leadership, California raised more than $5 Additionally, a young Black Knights’ baseball team capmillion annually, including a record number of funds tured its third regular season Patriot League champiin fiscal years 2001 and 2002. Anderson also headed onship in five years and Army’s women’s tennis team efforts to raise money for a renovation of California’s earned its fourth consecutive conference championMemorial Football Stadium. ship and accompanying NCAA berth. Before accepting his position with the Golden Three Army teams traveled to the NCAAs last seaBears, Anderson served as area executive director of son, headlined by the women’s soccer and baseball the YMCA of the East Bay from 1995 to 1997. He was squads. The Black Knights’ baseball team gained nadirector of annual giving with Stanford University’s tional attention by reaching the finals of the Austin athletic department from 1993 to 1995. Regional and nearly upsetting national top seed and While at Stanford, Anderson worked with the StanNCAA runnerup Texas in a championship game. ford University Provost, former Secretary of State ConOff the field, construction of the Foley Athletic Cendoleezza Rice. ter, a spacious indoor practice facility for football, was Anderson served as director of development, completed in the winter of 2007. During Anderson’s marketing and communications of the San Francisco time at West Point, Randall Hall, which houses offices, Education Fund (1990-93) and was Northern Califorlocker rooms and team rooms for men’s and women’s nia development director for the United Negro Fund basketball, as well as luxury suites that overlook his(1989-90). He was also a manager with the Xerox Cortoric Michie Stadium, was also unveiled. Army’s fabled poration from 1980 through 1989. football home received additional state-of-the-art Anderson graduated from San Francisco State Uniamenities last summer with the installation of a new versity in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in political sciFieldTurf playing surface and a sparkling 30-foot-byence. He is also a 1981 graduate of the Xerox Corpora50-foot scoreboard, complete with a 20-foot-by-50tion’s New Manager School and the Xerox Marketing foot high-definition video board. School in 1986. He completed the executive manageIn the last year alone, Anderson led the search ment program at the Sports Management Institute in that resulted in the hiring of Rich Ellerson as Army’s 1995. 36th head football coach. He was also instrumental in In addition to his duties at West Point, Anderson negotiating a broadcast extension with CBS Sports to has served as chairman for the National Association televise the Army-Navy football game to 2018, a new of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Division national television deal for Army’s football program, I-A Athletic Directors McClendon Minority Scholarship separate contracts with three different cities to serve Steering Committee and is a member of the NCAA’s as host for future Army-Navy games, and a landmark Basketball Academic Enhancement Group. In Sepagreement with the New York Yankees that will retember, he became chairman of the Division I Men’s sult in Army’s football team playing six games over Basketball Issues Committee. Most recently, Anderson the next years at Yankee Stadium. As part of the deal, was elected Third Vice President of NACDA in June. Army will battle Notre Dame next fall in the first college Kevin and his wife, Moira, have four children: football game to be played at the Yankees’ majestic daughters, Olivia and Michaela; and sons, Kevin Jr. and new home. Chauncey. Prior to his busy 2008-09 academic year, Anderson brokered major broadcast agreements for Army’s football program with ESPN and WABC Radio (770-AM), as well as aligning the Black Knights’ athletics teams with Nike, as part of a significant apparel deal, and Learfield Sports Properties. The Army “A” Club has continued to flourish under Anderson’s leadership, establishing school records for annual giving during each of his four years at the Academy. During his time at Oregon State, Anderson directed the athletic department’s external operations, to include marketing and promotions, sports information, ticket operations and the Beaver Athletic Student Fund. He also oversaw Oregon State’s highly successful football, men’s basketball and baseball programs, leading the search and recruitment for head football coach Mike Riley. Anderson, who ranks as the first African-American to hold the position of director of athletics at West Point, was a member of an OSU management staff that balanced the athletic department’s budget for the first time in nearly 15 years. Anderson took residence in Corvallis, Ore., in December 2002 after serving as executive associate athletic director for external affairs at the University of California. He joined the California staff THE ANDERSON FAMILY: KEVIN, MOIRA, CHAUNCEY, OLIVIA AND MICHAELA in November 1997 as assistant athletic


2009 SEASON PREVIEW be focus in everything we do. We are focused on winning and there is no talk about anything else. The eagerness is there in the guys, but we have to be able to transfer that into quality of play.”

SENIORS COLE DIETZ (FOREGROUND) AND BRYAN CONNOLLY (BACKGROUND) ARE THE BLACK KNIGHTS’ TOP TWO RETURNING SCORERS IN 2009.

After a 2008 campaign that saw his squad endure eight onegoal losses, Army men’s soccer head coach Kurt Swanbeck has his Black Knights focused on getting back to basics as they prepare of the 2009 season. “It might sound pretty contrite, but scoring more goals while limiting the number we allow are what we need to focus on to be successful this season,” said the eighth-year Army field boss. “We return our entire corps of field players so, with an entire year of experience under their belts, we also need to play with more confidence. This is a critical phase in the next step of our program. “We need to score more goals. While there are obviously plenty of schools that could say the same thing, we also didn’t create as many opportunities to score goals as we should have last year. I think we are in a better frame of mind to do that this season. Defensively, we made some inexperienced, youthful mistakes a year ago. The part I am looking forward to the most is seeing if we have made

the right adjustments and have had the right amount of growth so we are better at not making that one single big mistake that would ultimately end up costing us in all those close games.” With the departure of only three seniors, albeit three of the four goalkeepers on the 2008 roster, Swanbeck will be able to lean on a group of eight seniors with plenty of field experience to help focus the squad on a successful 2009 venture. While question marks in the goalkeeping department will be played out as the season progresses, a strong group of underclassmen will also play a large role helping the Black Knights qualify for their first-ever Patriot League Tournament. “We have put a big emphasis on focus for our guys,” continued Swanbeck. “We have worked really hard on making sure we stay focused longer. We have really pounded away at it. Not only does it have to happen during training, it has to happen before and after training. It has to be day after day. It has to happen in games, as well as before and after. There has to

FORWARDS Swanbeck will look to a pair of seniors to lead the way up top for the Black Knights. Senior Bryan Connolly returns after bouncing from a knee injury that cost him his entire sophomore year to lead the squad in scoring in 2009 while classmate Jonathan Brege has worked hard to ascend to the top of the depth chart after playing in mostly a reserve role the last three seasons. “Connolly did some great things for us last year in what was his first real chance to show us what he was capable of doing after returning from the injury he suffered as a freshman. We will look forward to even more this season. Brege has been putting the ball in the net in several different scenarios we put him in during our offseason training last spring as well as this preseason. We look forward to seeing all his hard work pay off this season.” Junior Michael Leach and sophomore Tanner Robertson also return to the lineup as key components in the attack. Leach is “a blue-collar-type of player with a great work ethic,” while the speedy Robertson is “a confident striker with a knack for shooting.” Both players have produced in big spots for the Black Knights during the last two seasons. Leach tallied the gametying goal in Army’s comeback victory at Navy to close to the 2007 campaign, while Robertson provided the lone tally in last season’s 1-0 victory over the Midshipmen at Clinton Field in a game played in front of a nationally televised FOX Soccer Channel audience. Sophomore Cameron Jarvis has shown the potential to score goals and will join freshmen

Brennan Randel, Josh Koeppe and Kenneth Leslie in bolstering the Army attack this year. MIDFIELDERS Swanbeck will have a strong group of midfielders to anchor the squad in 2009. Senior captain Cole Dietz returns after tying for second on the squad in scoring while starting all 17 games a year ago, while sophomore Gabriel Whaley returns to start with Dietz on the opposite flank. “Dietz has the potential to be one of the more dangerous players in the league,” said Swanbeck. “He plays with a lot of confidence and is able to get behind defenses with his quickness. Whaley has been showing very well during the preseason and is one of our utility men that can play in the middle or in the back on either side.” A regular in the Black Knight midfield for the last three years with 29 career starts to his credit, senior Andrew Kydes is one of the most experienced players on the team. He will join sophomore Joe Whitacre in shoring up the central midfield. “Kydes is one of our top performing and most experienced central players. He is intelligent enough to play in and out of situations where his size isn’t an issue and has the extra vision to see everything around him,” explained Swanbeck. “Whitacre showed us his speed and drive last season and we look forward to seeing him continue his development.” Talented junior Sean Kim looks to be on the brink of a breakout season after returning to West Point in great shape. Carson McReynolds is a strong defensive midfielder that should see increased playing time during his sophomore campaign, along with classmate Kris French, while freshmen Michael Kim and Mitch Johnson are eager to make an immediate impact on the squad in 2009.

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW DEFENSE Junior Mike Chere and sophomore Jeffrey Pickett provide Swanbeck with a formidable duo in the back that will have a major hand in determining the Black Knights fortunes this season. Chere has started 32 games during his first two years on the squad, while Pickett became the first freshman to start every match of his plebe year since 2004. “Chere is a tough and confident defender that reads the game extremely well and thrives on competition. Pickett has become more of a vocal leader in his second season with us that gets stronger and more confident every day. Senior captain Evan Seale and senior Peter Campbell will be two of the squad’s top defensive players on the left and right flanks, respectively. Seale made 12 appearances including nine starts a year ago during his return from a knee injury suffered during his sophomore season, while Campbell will make the move toward the back after spending three seasons in the midfield. “With his knee injury behind him, Seale looks to have returned to the high level he is capable of playing at and is a strong veteran leader for the rest of the guys,” said Swanbeck. “Campbell is able to use his speed and ability to get up and down the field and offer some attack. Because of our strong midfield depth and his consistent, disciplined play, we are able to move him around in a variety of roles.” Senior Zach Fenn will bring even more veteran experience to the unit after logging increased playing time the past two seasons. Junior Jonathan Lee will also look to overcome an injury that cost him time last season. Three freshmen bring added strength to the defensive unit. Trent Brown, Mitch Johnson and John Moon look to factor in the Black Knight mix this season.

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GOALKEEPERS The biggest hole Swanbeck needs to fill this season is at the goalkeeper position. A trio of four-year members of the program that combined to start all but two matches over the last four years graduated with the Class of 2009, leaving the squad with only one returning stopper. Senior Nick Alexander is the incumbent to replace A.J. Glubzinski, John-Michael Gallogly and Nate Wagner, who totaled 67 starts between them since 2005. Three freshman will also join the squad looking for playing time in a wide-open competition. “Nick is a physical and athletic keeper with good reaction quickness that continues to get a better understanding of the position at this level. He continues to work really hard to do the best job he can for us in between the pipes.” Michal Fiuk, Ryan Currens and Joe Welch all bring different strengths to the goalie mix for the Black Knights and will look to establish themselves as candidates for playing time throughout the year. SCHEDULE/OUTLOOK Highlighted by seven home matches, including the seasonopener on Sept. 1 versus NJIT, and the 76th all-time meeting with arch service-academy rival Navy, the Black Knights will look to make their first ever appearance in the Patriot League Tournament. “The 2009 season presents another challenging schedule for us, both in and out of the league,” said Swanbeck, “The Patriot League is as tough a conference as there is anywhere in the country. There are no easy games. Any of the teams in the conference can win on any given day and win the league.” Following a pair of exhibition matches versus Seton Hall (Aug. 19) at home and Albany (Aug. 22) on the road, the Black Knights will welcome the Highlanders to

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Clinton Field on Sept. 1 to kick off the regular season. Army takes to the road for the first time to play Manhattan (Sept. 5), before returning home for a showdown with Hudson Valley rival Marist (Sept. 8). The Black Knights will then play seven of their next eight matches on the road. After a weekend in New England to play at Bryant (Sept. 11) and Harvard (Sept. 13), Army will return home to host Quinnipiac (Sept. 16) before heading out for fivestraight road matches, including back-to-back contests at Air Force (Sept. 19) and Navy (Sept. 26) to start things off. After a contest at Rider (Sept. 30) to wrap up the month, the Black Knights will commence Patriot League action at American (Oct. 4) before taking on host Colgate (Oct. 10) to finish off the road swing. Army will finish the regular season playing four of its final five matches at home. After Bucknell (Oct. 17) pays a visit to the shores of the Hudson River, Sacred Heart (Oct. 21) will follow

with a non-league appearance, before Lafayette also pays a visit (Oct. 25). After taking their final regular season road trip to Lehigh (Oct. 30), the Black Knights will wrap up the home slate versus Holy Cross (Nov. 7). The Patriot League Tournament is scheduled to start with a pair of semifinal matches on Nov. 13, followed by the championship contest on Nov. 15. The regularseason champion will host all three games with the champion earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. “We were very young last year and our guys learned a lot about themselves during a season that didn’t exactly go the way had envisioned,” continued Swanbeck. “With another year of experience under their belts, our guys have seen what it takes to win those close games that make such a big difference and are so crucial in the Patriot League. I’m looking forward to seeing how they respond to the challenges that this season will bring.”


HEAD COACH KURT SWANBECK The Swanbeck File DOB: Jan. 3, 1959 Alma Mater: Columbia ‘81 Army Record 7 Seasons

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Career Record 21 Seasons 179-189-24 Team 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

Season W L Clark 8 8 Clark 4 10 Clark 9 8 Clark 5 13 Clark 7 7 Berry 12 7 Berry 8 10 Berry 11 10 Berry 10 10 Berry 12 7 Berry 15 6 Berry 11 10 Berry 16 4 Berry 17 5 Army 3 11 Army 3 11 Army 4 10 Army 4 13 Army 8 8 Army 9 7 Army 3 14 21 179 189

T 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 4 3 1 1 2 0 24

Pct. .500 .313 .529 .306 .500 .625 .447 .523 .500 .625 .714 .523 .800 .773 .278 .278 .324 .250 .500 .556 .176 .487

Kurt Swanbeck returns for his eighth year as head coach of the Black Knights in 2009. The former president of the NAIA Men’s Soccer Coaches Association, Swanbeck became the ninth head coach in Army’s storied 83-year history prior to the 2002 campaign. He replaced long-time Black Knight mentor Joe Chiavaro, who retired in December 2001. A 1981 graduate of Columbia University, Swanbeck served as head men’s soccer coach at Berry College in Mount Berry, Ga., compiling an impressive overall record of 112-69-5 (.616). He left as the winningest coach in the school’s history, guiding the Vikings to conference postseason tournament appearances in all nine of his years at the helm. A two-time conference and region coach of the year honoree, Swanbeck led the Vikings to one of their most successful seasons ever in 2001, finishing with a 17-5 record, a No. 13 national ranking and the school’s first NAIA Tournament appearance in two decades. The previous year, Swanbeck’s team completed the season with a No. 3 ranking, the highest the Vikings had ever been in the polls. Berry has established a tremendous reputation for churning out top soccer coaching talent over the years, including Bret Simon, the current head coach at

Stanford University, and Bob Warming, current head coach at Creighton University. Swanbeck followed in Simon and Wamring’s footsteps, respectively, as the previous three head coaches at Berry. The relationship between Swanbeck and Simon dates back much farther, with the pair separated by just one year as teammates on Fran Bositis’ soccer team at Franklin High School in Massachusetts. At Franklin, Swanbeck was a first team All-American during his senior season. Swanbeck spent five years as head coach at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., prior to assuming control of the soccer program at Berry. “Kurt Swanbeck is one of the most professional, enthusiastic and talented coaches in the country,” Simon lauded at the time of Swanbeck’s hiring. “He’s paid his dues at a number of levels and will be a great addition to West Point. His personality and soccer knowledge make him an ideal candidate. I’m very excited for him to be a part of the Army family. He’s a great one and a good friend. I’m sure he will take the Academy to new heights.” Swanbeck, who holds a pair of master’s degrees from Columbia, lettered four times for the Lions during his undergraduate days in New York City. A three-time All-Ivy League performer, Swanbeck captained the squad during his junior and senior seasons, and earned team most valuable player honors. He helped the Lions to a 48-12-5 record, three Ivy League titles and an NCAA Final Four appearance in 1979. Following graduation, Swanbeck played professionally for one year with the Nashville Diamonds of the American Soccer League before beginning his coaching career as an assistant on the staff at Dartmouth College. He returned to his alma mater in the fall of 1983, serving a five-year term as an

assistant on the Lions’ coaching staff. During that period, Columbia posted a 58-17-7 record while claiming a trio of Ivy League championships. The club made three trips to the NCAA Regional Finals and advanced to the NCAA Championship game in 1983, closing the regular season ranked No. 1 nationally. Birmingham-Southern head coach Preston Goldfarb, whose soccer teams opposed Swanbeck’s Berry clubs many times over the years, offered his support for the new Army head coach as well. “Having spent several years in the U.S. Army and knowing Kurt as I do, I cannot think of a better person to head the soccer program at West Point than Kurt Swanbeck. He is a person of tremendous integrity. That is probably his finest attribute. He is a very loyal, dedicated and hardworking individual who will give everything to the game because of his great passion for it. He will do a great job with the soccer program at West Point.” Swanbeck is married to the former Lynne Khoury of Auburn, Mass. The couple has two sons, Tyler Kurt Khoury Swanbeck, 10, and Trevor Patrick Khoury Swanbeck, 5. Mrs. Swanbeck is a graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.

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COACHING/SUPPORT STAFF Keith Clark Associate Head Coach Fourth Season (Keene State ’79) Keith Clark joined Kurt Swanbeck’s coaching staff as an associate head coach prior to the 2006 season. Clark arrived at West Point following two seasons as head coach of the Abington High School boy’s varsity team in Abington, Mass. In addition to coaching at the high school level, Clark spent the previous three seasons coaching in the MAPLE Soccer League, serving as the head coach of the South Shore Select Boys 11-andunder and 12-and-under teams from 2003 to 2005 and heading up the Crusaders Soccer Club’s Boys 18-and-under team as well. Additionally, Clark spent five and a half years as a group sales associate at WeGotSoccer in Raynham, Mass., where he equipped and outfitted institutional and non-institutional soccer clubs, groups and teams. Clark has been involved with soccer on several different levels since 1991. He began his career in 1992 as the head coach of the Cohassett High School boy’s varsity team in Coahassett, Mass. In 1997 he became head men’s soccer coach at Bridgewater State College in Bridgewater, Mass. Clark led the Bears for three years, winning MASCAC “Coach of the Year” honors in 1998. From 1997-2000, Clark was a member of the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association’s instructional staff, serving as an assistant coach of the Boys 15-and-under state team during the 1997 season. Clark spent two years (1999-2000) as an assistant coach with the Cape Cod Crusaders, a USL Professional League team based out of Hyannis, Mass. He traveled to Haward, Calif., for one year and served as an assistant coach and technical director of the Bay Area Seals, an A-League professional team. Clark broke into the soccer business in 1991 when he served as a manager at the Dennis Lukens Indoor Soccer Facility in Burlington, Mass. There, he was responsible for all aspects of managing the facility, including creating leagues and tournaments as well as hiring, training and scheduling his staff. In 1993 he left the Lukens facility to open up his own establishment, the Ultimate Soccer Academy, in East Orleans, Mass. There, he ran coed residential and day camps for youths. He was responsible for designing the camp curriculum and hiring a staff to make sure it was taught correctly. Clark graduated from Keene State College (Keene, N.H.) in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. In 1996, he received an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association. Clark obtained his United States Soccer Federation “B” License in 1998.

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Brendan Lawler Goalkeeper Coach Fourth Season (St. Peter’s ’02) Brendan Lawler enters his fourth season at West Point. Prior to Army, Lawler was the head coach of Pine Bush High School’s Girls team for three seasons. He led them to the school’s first-ever Section IX Championship in 2005. Lawler also coaches the Town of Walkill U18 Girls team, and he is the Director of the Town of Walkill Girls Showcase Tournament held annually in November. Lawler is also on staff as the head goalkeeper coach with the area’s premier club soccer organization, Quickstrike FC. A head coach for the Eastern New York State Olympic Development Program for the past five years, Lawler has also spent the past three years on the Region I staff as a goalkeeper coach. He also joined the Marist College women’s staff in 2008 as an assistant coach. Lawler, a native of the Hudson Valley area, graduated from Pine Bush High School and went on to play collegiate soccer at Saint Peter’s (NJ), graduating in 2002. Lawler was a teacher at Pine Bush High School for four years before devoting his time to pursuing his Master’s degree in political science and continuing his coaching career at the collegiate level. Lawler earned his United States Soccer Federation “B” License. He has also obtained the NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma with Distinguished Pass.

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COLE DIETZ SENIOR MIDFIELDER 5-10 - 170 ALLEN, TEXAS ALLEN (USMAPS)

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2008 (JUNIOR):: Logged a start in all 17 games of the season in the midfield … tied d for second on the squad in scoring with seven points … also tied for first with three assists to go along with two goals … totaled 24 shots, including 12 on goal, over the course of the campaign … tallied an assist against Philadelphia … added another helper opposite pposite service-academy rival Air Force … scored both goals of the e Black Knights’ 2-1 victory over NJIT … assisted a goal at Holy Cross … earned a letter. 2007 (SOPHOMORE): ORE): Saw action in 15 games during the season, n, including eight starts ... started four of the he first five matches of the season ... also so was inserted back into the starting g lineup for fourstraight games toward oward the end of the season ... tied d the game with his second-career goal in the first half of the Quinnipiac piac match ... also found the back ack of the net in the second half of the Black Knights’ victory over ver NJIT ... earned a letter. 2006 (FRESHMAN): MAN): Played in 12 games ames during his plebe campaign ... made ade his first appearance ce against Stanford d before playing in the final 11 games of the season ... scored his first collegiate goal in the Siena victory ... earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: CLUB: Graduated from Allen High Schooll in 2005 ... three-year letterwinner for head ead coach Mike Wiersma ... spent year developing veloping at USMAPS ... named MVP of the he prep school team in 2005 ... first team m all-district selection as a senior ... earned ed second team all-distict honors as a junior or ... veteran of the North Texas Olympic Development evelopment Program ... was a member off the powerful Dallas Texans Red West club team. PERSONAL: Cole e Taylor Dietz is the son of Stan and Renee Dietz ... born on July 24, 1986 in Plano, Texas ... has two brothers, ers, Chad and Connor ... uncle, Jeff Dietz, is a 1998 USMA graduate duate … listed among the “Who’s ’s Who Among American High School chool Students” ... listens to music sic in his spare time ... majoring in Management Management. DIETZ’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 12/0 2007 15/8 2008 17/17 TOTALS 44/25

GOALS 1 2 2 5

ASSSISTS 0 0 3 3

POINTS 2 4 7 13

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EVAN SEALE SENIOR BACK 5-10 - 185 SUGAR LAND, TEXAS JOHN FOSTER DULLES (USMAPS) APS)

CAPTAIN

2008: (JUNIOR): Returned ed from major knee surgery to play 12 appearances, including nine starts, ts, during his junior season … came off the bench against Marist in hiss first match in over a year … tallied an assist for his first collegiate point in his second game back in the Black Knights’ victory at Birmingham-Southern thern … started final nine matches of the season … earned a letter. er. 2007 (SOPHOMORE): Satt out sophomore season due to injury. 2006 (FRESHMAN): Made e four starts in seven total games played ... made his first career appearance e off the bench against Stanford ... listed in the starting lineup p for the first time in the Black Knights’ victory over Manhattan ... made three more consecutive starts after that. HIGH SCHOOL/ CLUB: Graduated from John Foster Dulles High School in 2005 ... three-year ar letterwinner ... captained team as a senior ... spent one year developing at USMAPS MAPS ... named most valuable defensive player layer ... played competitive club soccer for or the Houston Classics 86/87 team under head coach Scott James ... regularly faced the e best competition in Region II … former Army teammate Chris Conklin played with Seale at Dulles. PERSONAL: Evan Daniel Seale eale is the son of Cindy and Mike Seale ... was born on Oct. 15, 1986 in Houston, Texas ... one brother, Alan ... one sister, Robin ... hobbies es include fishing ... majoring in Engineering Management.

SEALE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 7/4 2007 DNP - INJ 2008 12/9 TOTALS 7/4

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GOALS 0 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 1 1

POINTS 0 1 1


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NICK ALEXANDER

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JONATHAN BREGE

SENIOR GOALKEEPER 5-10 - 175 BEL AIR, MD. C. MILTON WRIGHT

SENIOR FORWARD 5-8 - 155 MARIETTA, GA. ALAN C. POPE

2008: (JUNIOR): Did not log any minutes in goal.

2008 (JUNIOR): Came off the bench in 15 games in 2008 … also notched his first collegiate start in the season opener at St. Bonaventure … credited with his first career point on an assist in the Black Knights 3-1 victory at Birmingham-Southern in the first round of the Armed Forces Classic ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for compiling a 3.20 GPA ... earned earned a letter.

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Did not log any minutes in goal. 2006 (FRESHMAN): Did not log any minutes in goal. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterwinner at C. Milton Wright under coach Brian Gunter ... captained his team for two seasons ... honorable mention selection to the all-state team ... led his team to the Maryland State Tournament as a senior ... played competitive club soccer for the N.E. Alliance. PERSONAL: Birthdate is Dec. 13, 1987 … full name is Nicholas David Alexander ... son of Mike and Donna Alexander ... born in Baltimore, Md. ... has two younger brothers, Zachary and Jacob ... also a four-year high school letterman in baseball ... huge Baltiore Ravens fan ... enjoys skiing in his spare time ... wants to learn how to surf ... majoring in Management.

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Made one appearance during the ‘07 campaign ... was a part of the Black Knights’ victory over NJIT. 2006 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in two games on the attack ... made his first collegiate appearance against visiting Siena ... also got into the action at home versus Sacred Heart. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from Alan C. Pope High School in 2006 ... four-year letterwinner under coaches Steve Riccard and Gavino Asteghene ... captained the team as a senior ... named to the all-county second team in 2004 ... excelled at the club level as well, leading the Atlanta Silverbacks in goals and points. PERSONAL: Jonathan Caleb Brege was born August 23, 1987 in Davenport, Iowa ... last name is pronounced BREG-ee ... son of Jim and Sherry Brege ... one brother, Jason … hobbies include fishing and playing the guitar ... majoring in Spanish and International Relations. BREGE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 2/0 2007 1/0 2008 16/1 TOTALS 19/1

GOALS 0 0 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0 1 1

POINTS 0 0 1 1

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#7

PETER CAMPBELL SENIOR MIDFIELDER 5-8 - 160 NEW CANAAN, CONN. NEW CANAAN

MICHAEL CHERE JUNIOR BACK 6-3 - 190 WATERTOWN, CONN. HOLY CROSS

2008 (JUNIOR): Listed in the starting lineup for all 17 games of the season … finished fourth on the squad with four points … tied for third with two goals … found the net with his first goal of the season opposite service-academy rival Air Force in the second round of the Armed Forces Classic at Birmingham-Southern … also tallied a goal in the Black Knights’ Patriot League showdown at Holy Cross … landed a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll with a 3.69 grade point average ... earned a letter.

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Started all 15 games he appeared in along the Black Knight defense … missed the Holy Cross and American contests with back injury before returning for the season-ending victory over arch service-academy rival Navy … earned a letter.

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in 16 games, including three starts in the midfield ... saw his name listed in the starting lineup for the first time in his career opposite Patriot League foe Lafayette ... match started a stretch that saw him start three of four games ... also got the starting nod on the road versus Lehigh and at home against Sacred Heart ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection with a 3.77 grade point average ... earned a letter. 2006 (FRESHMAN): Played three games ... made his first collegiate appearance against Lafayette, registering a shot ... also saw time in the Siena and Sacred Heart matches. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from New Canaan High School in 2006 ... four-year letterwinner for coach Eric Swallow ... earned all-county and all-state accolades ... trained in Europe with the junior team of the first division Orgryte IS ... played competitive club soccer for Beachside, alongside current Army teammate Andrew Kydes ... also a standout lacrosse player. PERSONAL: Peter Murphy Campbell was born on April 6, 1988 in Philadelphia to Sally and Kim Campbell … father is a 1976 West Point graduate ... has four brothers - Patrick, Brendan, Fergus and Kevin ... hobbies include swimming and skiing ... enjoys reading Harry Potter books ... major is Economics. CAMPBELL’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 3/0 2007 16/12 2008 17/17 TOTALS 36/29

GOALS 0 0 2 2

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ASSSISTS 0 0 0 0

POINTS 0 0 4 4

2007 (FRESHMAN): Made an immediate impact in his first season with the Black Knights, starting 17 of 18 games despite playing on a senior-heavy defensive unit ... got the starting nod in the season opener versus Philadelphia and remained in the starting lineup for every match except the Holy Cross contest ... used his size and experience to help the squad hold its opponents to a slim 0.96 goals per game ... earned a letter. 2006 (HARTFORD): Transferred to West Point after playing a season at Hartford ... saw action in three games in the backfield before suffering an injury for the 4-8-5 Hawks in 2006. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Started all four seasons of his high school career at Holy Cross … played for coach Ryan McDonald ... all-state selection and team captain as a senior … two-time all-league honoree ... captain of the Brass City/ World Class Soccer Club for eight years. PERSONAL: Michael Paul Chere was born Aug. 20, 1987 in Waterbury, Conn. ... parents are Donna and Mitchel Chere ... has three brothers and a sister ... also played basketball in high school, making a pair state championship game appearances as a sophomore and senior … member of National Honor Society ... aspires to be a doctor … majoring in Environmental Science.

CHERE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2007 18/17 2008 15/15 TOTALS 18/17

GOALS 0 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0 0

POINTS 0 0 0


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#24

BRYAN CONNOLLY

ZACHARY FENN SENIOR MIDFIELDER 6-1 - 185 HAMPTON, VA. KECOUGHTAN

SENIOR FORWARD 5-10 - 170 BROOKVILLE, OHIO BROOKVILLE

2008 (JUNIOR): Finished the 2008 campaign leading the Black Knights with in scoring with nine points … tied for the team lead with three goals … also tied for the top spot on the squad with three assists … credited with at least one point in his first three games back from a knee injury that cost him his sophomore season … put Army on the board with the team’s first goal of the year at St. Bonaventure in the season-opener … added a goal and an assist to the squad’s effort against Philadelphia … assisted Army’s lone tally at Marist … tallied a goal and an assist in the squad’s victory at Birmingham-Southern in the first round of the Armed Forces Classic … named a second team Verizon Academic All-District selection by CoSIDA … voted a NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-East Region Third-Team honoree as well as to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for compiling a 3.77 grade point average.

2008 (JUNIOR): Saw playing time in 13 games during the 2008 season … listed in the starting lineup on six occasions … made his first career start in the season opener at St. Bonaventure … started four straight games in the middle of the season, beginning with St. Francis (N.Y) … also started both games of the Armed Forces Classic at Birmingham Southern and Air Force as well as opposite Yale … made a start against Patriot League rival American ... earned a letter.

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Spent season rehabbing knee injury suffered during spring season scrimmage.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from Kecoughtan High School in 2006 ... four-year letterwinner under coach Sean Holleran ... served as team captain for one season ... named first team all-region and second team all-state as a senior ... tabbed Peninsula District “Player of the Year” in 2005 ... played competitive club soccer for Virginia Rush Nike under head coach Shawn MacDonald ... has experience in the Virginia Olympic Development Program.

2006 (FRESHMAN): Did not see any minutes. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from Brookville High School in 2006 ... third-team All-State selection as a senior ... earned First-Team All-District honors in 2005 ... picked up Second-Team All-District laurels as a junior ... two-time All-League hnoree (2004-2005) ... three-time team MVP (freshman, junior and senior years) ... played competitive club soccer for the S.O.S.A. Team White under head coach Matt Barnes. PERSONAL: Bryan J. Connolly was born Sept. 21, 1989 in Dayton, Ohio ... parents are Nancy and Michael Connolly ... has one brother (Kevin) and three sisters (Molly, Emily and Abbey) ... member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... class valedictorian ... hobbies include listening to music ... has been playing soccer since he was 5 years old ... majoring in Operations Research. CONNOLLY’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 DNP 2007 DNP - INJ 2008 17/14 TOTALS 17/14

GOALS 3 3

ASSSISTS 3 3

POINTS 9 9

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Got into the game four times during the ‘07 campaign ... registered playing time in the midfield opposite Manhattan, Siena, Yale and NJIT. 2006 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in two matches ... tallied minutes played versus Siena and Sacred Heart.

PERSONAL: Zachary Ray Fenn was born May 4, 1988 ... parents are Derek and Crystal Fenn ... one brother, Justin ... mother has nine sisters ... first from his family to join the military ... hobbies include surfing, listening to music and playing cards ... a member of the National Honor Society in high school, was also a scholar-athlete award recipient ... has played overseas in both Barcelona and London ... majoring in Systems Engineering.

FENN’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 2/0 2007 4/0 2008 13/6 TOTALS 19/6

GOALS 0 0 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0 0 0

POINTS 0 0 0 0

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KRIS FRENCH SOPHOMORE BACK 6-0 - 160 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS JAMES MADISON

SEAN KIM JUNIOR MIDFIELDER 6-0 - 180 CHINO HILLS, CALIF. AYALA

2008 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in one game during his first campaign with the Black Knights ... logged playing time versus visiting Saint Francis (N.Y). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterman at James Madison High School while playing for coach Bruce Gillespie ... two-year captain and all-district selection ... member of the Classics Elite club team for five years, serving as captain. PERSONAL: Kristopher Anthony French is the son of Malcolm and Deborah French ... born March 9, 1990 in Berlin, Germany ... has one older brother Lt. Col. Jeffery French ... also has four sisters Jennifer, Carrie, Christina and Kimberly ... father is a retired Lieutenant Colonel ... enjoys playing video games in his spare time ... major is undeclared. FRENCH’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 1/0 TOTALS 1/0

GOALS 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0

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CAMERON JARVIS SOPHOMORE BACK 6-2 - 180 PLEASANT HILL, CALIF. DE LASALLE

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in 13 games during the 2008 season … listed in the starting lineup six times throughout the campaign … first collegiate start came in the season opener at St. Bonaventure … also started matches opposite Philadelphia and Yale at home, as well as NJIT, Lafayette and Holy Cross on the road ... earned a letter.

2008 (FRESHMAN): Played in a reserve role during his freshman campaign … saw action in seven matches off the bench … made collegiate debut opposite Saint Francis (N.Y.) … played in both contests of the Armed Forces Classic at Birmingham Southern and against Air Force … saw action in four other road games at NJIT, Lafayette, Sacred Heart and Holy Cross. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-league selection during career at De La Salle High School ... also played for the Mustang United club squad that was crowned regional and US Club National Champions and qualified for the Super Y League tournament … youth club soccer coach was current MLS San Jose Earthquake General Manager John Doyle and also worked with former pro player Jason Annacherro. PERSONAL: Cameron Nicholas Jarvis ... birthdate is Dec. 24, 1988 ... parents are Conrad Jarvis and Karen Barnes-Jarvis ... major is undeclared. JARVIS’ CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 7/0 TOTALS 7/0

GOALS 0 0

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ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0

2007 (FRESHMAN): Played in eight games throughout his plebe campaign ... made his first collegiate appearance opposite St. Bonaventure ... also logged playing time against Manhattan, Air Force, Siena, Yale, Bucknell, NJIT and Navy ... earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Member of the Korean Youth National Team for two years and was also invited to play for the Korean National Team ... captain as a senior for Ayala H.S for coach Carlos Moore … member of the California Olympic Development Team for six years and the West Coast Region IV ODP for two … member of Canyon PSA Club team under coach Louis Balboa ... teammate of current Academy classmate Jonathan Lee. PERSONAL: Sean Kevin Kim is the son of Kevin and Christine Kim ... born Nov. 20, 1989 in West Covina, Calif. ... has two younger brothers ... black belt in Taekwondo ... enjoys hip hop dancing, racing cars and spending time with friends back in California ... majoring in Engineering Management. KIM’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES 2007 2008 TOTALS

PLAYED/STARTED 8/0 13/6 21/6

GOALS 0 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0 0

POINTS 0 0 0


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#10

ANDREW KYDES SENIOR MIDFIELDER 5-8 - 140 NORWALK, CONN. FAIRFIELD PREP

MICHAEL LEACH JUNIOR FORWARD 5-10 - 170 CAMP HILL, PA. CAMP HILL

2008 (JUNIOR): Started 15 of 17 games during his junior campaign … listed among the starters for every game except the Yale game and on Senior Day versus service academy rival Navy in the season finale … tallied his second collegiate goal versus Philadelphia in the home opener … named and honorable mention NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-East Region honoree … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member with a 3.88 GPA … earned a letter.

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in all 17 games of his second season with the Black Knights … also started five games throughout the year … made first collegiate start at Birmingham Southern in the first round of the Armed Services Classic … listed in the starting lineup in four straight games late in the season, including three Patriot League foes … started on the road at Lafayette, Sacred Heart and Holy Cross as well as at home versus Lehigh … notched a goal in the victory over Birmingham Southern ... earned a letter.

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 16 games ... inserted into the starting lineup against Quinnipiac and stayed their for nine-straight matches ... was credited with his first career assist after coming off the bench opposite Manhattan ... eventual game-winning assist helped break a 1-1 second-half tie with the Jaspers ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection with a 4.07 GPA... earned a letter. 2006 (FRESHMAN): Registered playing time in 16 games ... started five ... scored his first collegiate goal in the Black Knights’ victory over Siena ... landed on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll after finishing with a 3.75 GPA ... earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from Fairfield Prep in 2006 ... three-year letterwinner under head coach Bruce Jaffe ... two-time all-league selection ... two-time recipient of the Scholar-Athlete award ... gained valuable skill competing for the Connecticut Olympic Development Program under head coach Joe Mendonca ... captained team ... played competitive club soccer for Beachside, alongside current Army teammate Pete Campbell ... competed under the guidance of head coach Sam Carrington. PERSONAL: Andrew Tracey Kydes is the son of Tracey and Grace Kydes ... last name is pronounced KY-deez ... birthdate is Jan. 28, 1988 ... born in Norwalk, Conn. ... one sister (Ashley) at Boston College ... nephew of former MLS star and US National Team member Mickey Kydes ... hobbies include golf, boating, volleyball, tennis and swimming ... major is Civil Engineering. KYDES’ CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2006 16/5 2007 16/9 2008 17/15 TOTALS 32/14

GOALS 1 0 1 2

ASSSISTS 0 1 0 1

POINTS 2 1 2 5

2007 (FRESHMAN): Provided a valuable spark off the bench during the entire season, appearing in all 18 games ... also listed in the starting lineup on three occasions ... earned his first career start at Yale before also starting consecutive matches against NJIT and Lehigh ... created a turnover and scored his first career goal in the final minutes of the first half of the Navy game ... tally was crucial in the Black Knights’ eventual double-overtime victory that was the first in Annapolis since 1991 ... earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: High-scoring forward that was an all-conference pick for four-straight seasons in high school, including first-team honors his last three … four year starter for coach Dwayne Lawrence ... scored 26 goals and nine assists as a junior, before totaling 27 goals and 10 assists as a senior captain ... standout member of the PA Classics club team. PERSONAL: Michael Ryan Leach was born May 19, 1989 in Harrisburg, Pa. ... parents are John and Patricia Leach ... father is a pastor and mother is a teacher ... grandfather William Solomon is a retired Army colonel ... has one older and one younger brother ... majoring in Management.

LEACH’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2007 16/3 2008 17/5 TOTALS 33/8

GOALS 1 1 2

ASSSISTS 0 0 0

POINTS 2 2 4

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#3

JONATHAN LEE JUNIOR BACK 5-9 - 160 NORTHRIDGE, CALIF. EL CAMINO REAL

JEFF PICKETT SOPHOMORE BACK 6-2 - 170 TEMPLE, TEXAS TEMPLE

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Saw playing time in five games during his sophomore campaign … made his debut in an Army uniform off the bench in the season opener at St. Bonaventure … made his first collegiate start two games later on the road opposite Hudson Valley rival Marist … also got into the action versus Air Force at the Armed Forces Classic as well as in front of the home crowds against Yale and service academy rival Navy in the season finale. 2007 (FRESHMAN): Did not see any minutes. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played at El Camino Real under coach Carlos Moore ... standout player for Canyon PSA club team in California under coach Louis Balboa …one of two players from Canyon joining the Black Knights this fall along with Sean Kim. PERSONAL: Jonathan S. Lee is the son of Susie Lee ... born Oct. 8, 1989 in Los Angeles, Calif. ... one sister (Shannon) ... majoring in Engineering Management. LEE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES 2007 2008 TOTALS

PLAYED/STARTED DNP 5/1 5/1

GOALS 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0

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CARSON MCREYNOLDS SOPHOMORE BACK 5-11 - 170 ROANOKE, TEXAS KELLER 2008 (FRESHMAN): Made three appearances during his plebe campaign of 2008 … collegiate debut came on the road at Sacred Heart … also played at Patriot League rival Holy Cross before making his first ever start in the friendly confines of Clinton Field against conference foe American. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: District 5-5A First-Team All-Star and Defensive MVP as a senior at Keller High School for coach Jason Bats … also a member of the DFW Tejanos Soccer Club since 2003 under coach Shane Barrow … State Cup semifinalist in 2006 … played quarterback and safety on the gridiron for three years … captain of both football and soccer teams ... member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Cason David McReynolds is the son of David and Leslie McReynolds ... birthday is Sept. 9, 1989 ... has two sisters -- Lindsay and Shelby ... lists hunting, camping and water sports as hobbies ... also active in his church youth group ... major is undeclared. MCREYNOLDS’ CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 3/1 TOTALS 3/1

GOALS 0 0

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ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0

2008 (FRESHMAN): Started all 17 games of his freshman campaign in the Army backfield, becoming the first Black Knight to accomplish the feat since Dan Newell did it in 2004 … made his collegiate debut in the season opener at St. Bonaventure and remained in the starting lineup for the rest of the season … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll after compiling a 3.35 grade point average … earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year varsity letterman and three-time team captain at Temple High School … four-time All-District player, including two firstteam nods ... selected an Academic All-State honoree once and an Academic All-District winner on three occasions … captain of the Lonestar Red Soccer Club for three years ... finished state runner-up three times … graduated in the top-five percent of his class. PERSONAL: Stephen Jeffrey Pickett was born Dec. 16, 1989 in Temple, Texas ... son of Tom and Christine Pickett ... has a sister, Jordan, and a brother, Joseph ... lists music and movies as hobbies ... major is undeclared. PICKETT’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 17/17 TOTALS 17/17

GOALS 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0


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TANNER ROBERTSON SOPHOMORE FORWARD 5-9 - 155 REDMOND, ORE. REDMOND (USMAPS)

GABRIEL WHALEY SOPHOMORE FORWARD/MIDFIELDER 5-11 - 170 MIDLAND, N.C. N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & MATH

2008 (FRESHMAN): Logged playing time in all 17 games during his plebe campaign … listed in the starting lineup on five occasions … made first collegiate start at Marist to begin a stretch of four-straight matches listed among the first line … also started at home versus Manhattan and Saint Francis (N.Y.) as well as at Birmingham Southern in the first round of the Armed Services Classic … other start of the season came opposite Sacred Heart … notched first career point with an assist on the eventual game-winning goal against Birmingham Southern … first collegiate goal came on the biggest stage of his young career – the game-winning tally opposite arch service academy rival Navy in a game broadcast on FOX Soccer Channel in the season finale ... earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: First-Team All-Conference selection at Redmond High School … played ball for the Cascade Football Club … Oregon ODP member for two years … also a three-time state place-winner in wrestling … starter during his prep year at U.S. Military Academy Prep School (USMAPS). PERSONAL: Tanner Eugene Robertson is the son of Richard and Susan Robertson ... born in Bend, Ore. on Nov. 12, 1988 ... has one brother named Hunter ... nephew of U.S Air Force Brig. Gen. David Price ... major is undeclared. ROBERTSON’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 17/5 TOTALS 17/5

GOALS 1 1

ASSSISTS 1 1

POINTS 3 3

2008 (FRESHMAN): Played in 16 games during his plebe year … listed as a starter in 11 contests … made his collegiate debut in a starting role in the season opener at St. Bonaventure … remained a starter for the next three games … took the field with the starting 11 on seven other occasions, including five of the Black Knights’ six Patriot League matches to finish the season … named a Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection after compiling a 3.42 grade point average … earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Garnered all-conference and all-region honors during standout high school career at N.C. School of Science & Math under coach Henry Gallagher … captain of the 2007 state championship squad ... named Offensive Player of the Year as a freshman after leading squad with 19 goals … also led team in scoring as a sophomore … played club soccer for Charlotte United … team won the 2004 NCYSA State Championship before finishing sixth at USYS Regional Championship … graduated third in his class. PERSONAL: Gabriel Jung-Bok Whaley was born Dec. 4, 1989 in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Scott and Lana Whaley ... has one brother, Gideon ... lists watching movies and listening to music as hobbies ... major is undeclared. WHALEY’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 16/11 TOTALS 16/11

GOALS 0 0

ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0

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JOE WHITACRE SOPHOMORE FORWARD/MIDFIELDER 5-6 - 135 ST. LOUIS, MO. CHAMINADE COLLEGE PREP (USMAPS)

2008 (FRESHMAN): Made 16 appearances during the 2008 season … listed in the starting lineup on 12 occasions … made his first collegiate appearance in the season opener at St. Bonaventure … first start in an Army uniform came opposite Manhattan in the fourth game of the season … also started against Saint Francis (N.Y.) as well as 10 of the final 11 contests of the season … six starts came during Patriot League tilts … earned a letter. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-League and All-District selection at Chaminade … four-year starter for squad that won the 2006 St. Louis State Championship … member of the soccer team during his prep year at USMAPS. PERSONAL: Joseph William Whitacre was born Nov. 3, 1988 in St. Louis, Mo. ... parents are John and Jodie Whitacre ... has a brother John and a sister Julie ... lists playing video games and playing the guitar as hobbies ... major is undeclared. WHITACRE’S CAREER NUMBERS SEASON GAMES PLAYED/STARTED 2008 16/12 16/12 TOTALS

GOALS 0 0

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ASSSISTS 0 0

POINTS 0 0


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#0

TRENT BROWN FRESHMAN BACK 6-2 - 185 LA CROSSE, WISC. SHATTUCK ST. MARY’S

MICHAL FIUK FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER 6-4 - 210 PARAMUS, N.J. PARAMUS

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Standout center back under coach Tim Carter for nationally ranked Shattuck-St. Mary’s … honorable-mention 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.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Three-year varsity letterman at Paramus High School for coach Al Romeo … team captain and all-league pick for two-time league and county championship squad … member of the Arsenal World Class club squad under coach and former world class soccer player Skender Gega.

PERSONAL: Trent Everett Brown was born March 7, 1991 in La Crosse, Wisc. … parents are Ward and Patty Brown … older sister, Callie, graduated from the University of Chicago … older brother, Dane, is a junior 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 … major is undeclared.

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RYAN CURRENS FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER 5-11 - 160 WOODCLIFFE LAKE, N.J. DON BOSCO PREP (USMAP) HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Standout goalkeeper at Don Bosco Prep High School under coach Roy Nygrin … all-league selection as a senior after squad finished with a 23-1 record and ranked fourth in the nation … compiled a paltry 0.19 GAA his final season … played club soccer for the Soccer Development Academy for coach Richard Barrios … served as captain and was selected to Olympic Development Program/Super 4 National Camp at Coco Beach Expo … formerly spent time training with former New York Cosmos goalkeeper Hubert Birkenmeier … played during his prep year at USMAPS. PERSONAL: Ryan Franklin Currens is the son of John and Christine Currens … birthdate is Dec. 4, 1989 … was born in Ridgewood, N.J. … has one sister, Lauryn … paternal grandfather was a lieutenant in the Army and served in Korea … great uncle was a colonel in the Air Force that served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam … hobbies include working out … co-captain of the debate team for four years … also was active in Model United Nations, Ambassadors Club, Criminal Justice & Law Society, Big Brothers and Habitat For Humanity during his high school days … interned for New Jersey congressman Scott Garrett … major is undeclared.

PERSONAL: Michal Lucas Fiuk was born in Munich, Germany on Nov. 30, 1990 … son of Marek and Barbara Fiuk … has one sister, Julia … active in band and chorus and was editor-in-chief of his high school student newspaper … graduated in the top-10 of his class of over 400 … enjoys listening to music in his spare time … major is undeclared.

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MITCH JOHNSON FRESHMAN MIDFIELD/FORWARD 6-0 - 180 DUBLIN, OHIO DUBLIN COFFMAN 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 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 … major is undeclared.

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MICHAEL KIM FRESHMAN FORWARD 5-6 - 155 GARDENA, CALIF. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (USMAPS) 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. PERSONAL: Michael H. Kim was born Jan. 17, 1990 to Steve and Young Kim … major is undeclared.

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MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS - NEWCOMERS #16

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JOSH KOEPPE FRESHMAN FORWARD 5-7 - 140 PLANO, TEXAS PRINCE OF PEACE CHRISTIAN

BRENNAN RANDEL FRESHMAN FORWARD 5-6 - 155 SHREVEPORT, LA. CAPTAIN SHREVE

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: First-team all-state selection for two-time state champion Prince of Peach Christian High School … also an all-conference player and team captain under coach Antonio Pecorari … played club soccer for Advanced Youth Soccer Educational System (AYSES) Gold for eight years … served as team captain for coach Sammy Olali standout track athlete as well … school-record holder in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters … state-runner up in the 800.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-State forward at Captain Shreve High School for coach Matt Smith … 2009 All-State MVP … also lauded 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: Joshua Dean Koeppe is the son of William and Cheryl Koeppe … born Nov. 28, 1990 in Richardson, Texas … has a younger brother Jordan, and younger sister Sarah … paternal 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 … major is undeclared.

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KENNETH LESLIE FRESHMAN FORWARD 5-8 - 155 COVINA, CALIF. DAMIEN HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-time all-league forward for coach Juan Fresquez at Damien High School … two-time CIF Champions … voted Team MVP as a senior after being award Offensive MVP recognition as a junior … member of nationally-ranked Canyon PSA club squad for coach Luis Balboa along with current Army classmate John Moon. PERSONAL: Kenneth Brent Leslie was born May 3, 1990 in Glendora, Calif. parents are Joe and Antoinette Leslie… has two older brothers, Troy and Dean … Troy was enlisted in the Army for six years with multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan and is currently enrolled in the Air Force ROTC program at La Verne University … family has had season tickets for the MLS LA Galaxy since 1996 … has been to Mexico and Guatemala on six occasions to help build homes for needy families … enjoys swimming, hiking and running in his spare time … major is undeclared.

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JOHN MOON FRESHMAN BACK 6-1 - 160 ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CALIF. ROWLAND (USMAPS) HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-time all-league selection at Rowland High School … played for Canyon PSA club team under coach Luis Balboa … club teammate of current Army classmate Kenneth Leslie … played during his prep year at USMAPS. PERSONAL: John Sungjun Moon is the son of Jorge Rodriguez and Sunny Lee … born in Seoul, South Korea on Aug. 20, 1990 … has one sister, Hannah … enjoys listening to hip hop music in his spare time … major is undeclared.

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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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JOE WELCH FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER 6-0 - 185 PALO ALTO, CALIF. HENRY R. GUNN HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: First-Team All-League selection at Henry R. Gunn High School … played for coach Dave Burgee … two-time letterwinner … served as team captain for his senior campaign … club team member of the MVLA Flash for six years under coach Jim McGuirk. PERSONAL: Joseph Samuel Drell Welch was born Dec. 23, 1990 in Ithaca, N.Y. … parents are James Welch and Persis Drell … active in high school student government … also wrote for high school student newspaper … major is undeclared.


2008 STATISTICS/RESULTS 2008 Record: 3-14-0

Patriot League Record: 1-6-0

Date Opponent

Score

Goals (Assists)

August 30 at St. Bonaventure

L, 3-2

September 2 PHILADELPHIA

Team Connolly (unassisted)

L, 3-2

5 10 15 19

at Marist MANHATTAN ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) at Birmingham So. ~

L, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 3-1

21 30

vs. Air Force ~ YALE (2OT)

L, 2-1 L, 1-0

Kydes (Connolly) Connolly (Dietz) McVey (Connolly) McVey (unassisted) --McVey (Seale, Connolly) Connolly (Robertson) Leach (Brege) Campbell (Dietz) ---

October 4 COLGATE * 11 at Bucknell * 14 at NJIT

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

18 24 28

at Lafayette * LEHIGH * at Sacred Heart

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

----Dietz (McVey) Dietz (unassisted) -------

November 1 at Holy Cross * 3 AMERICAN * 7 NAVY *

L, 3-1 L, 2-0 W, 1-0

Campbell (Dietz) --Robertson (unassisted)

~ BSC Armed Forces Classic (Birmingham, Ala.) ^ Patriot League Match

Goalie Statistics Name Glubzinski, A.J. Gallogly, John Michael Wagner, Nate TEAM Total Opponents

GP-GS 14-13 6-4 2-0 17 17

Minutes 1138:25 359:44 45:16 0:00 1543:25 1543:25

GA 24 6 1 0 31 14

Avg 1.90 1.50 1.99 0.00 1.81 0.82

Name Connolly, Bryan McVey, Patrick Dietz, Cole Campbell, Peter Robertson, Tanner Kydes, Andrew Leach, Michael Seale, Evan Brege, Jonathan Kim, Sean Whaley, Gabriel Whitacre, Joe Chere, Michael Vint, Michael Fenn, Zach Pickett, Jeffrey French, Kris Jarvis, Cameron Trombley, James Lee, Jonathan Good, Justin Hartvigsen, Kris McReynolds, Carson Total Opponents

Home: 1-7-0 GP-GS G A 17-14 3 3 16-6 3 1 17-17 2 3 17-17 2 0 17-5 1 1 17-15 1 0 17-5 1 0 12-9 0 1 16-1 0 1 13-6 0 0 16-11 0 0 16-12 0 0 15-15 0 0 14-12 0 0 13-6 0 0 17-17 0 0 1-0 0 0 7-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 5-1 0 0 1-0 0 0 2-0 0 0 3-1 0 0 17 14 10 17 31 23

Away: 2-6-0

Pts Sh SOG GW 9 17 9 1 7 26 15 0 7 24 12 1 4 10 3 0 3 13 5 1 2 14 5 0 2 11 6 0 1 5 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 9 4 0 0 7 2 0 0 7 3 0 0 6 3 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 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 38 160 73 3 85 212 96 14

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

GOALS ARMY Opponents

1st 3 11

2nd 11 11

OT 0 1

OT2 0 1

Total 14 31

SHOTS ARMY Opponents

1st 68 99

2nd 89 108

OT 3 4

OT2 0 1

Total 160 212

SAVES ARMY Opponents

1st 31 27

2nd 33 31

OT 1 1

OT2 0 0

Total 65 59

CORNER KICKS ARMY Opponents

1st 23 28

2nd 30 35

OT 0 1

OT2 0 0

Total 53 64

FOULS ARMY Opponents

1st 105 101

2nd 128 111

OT 5 2

OT2 1 0

Total 239 214

Saves 55 7 3 0 65 59

Pct .696 .538 .750 .000 .677 .808

W-L-T 2-11-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-14-0 14-3-0

Sho 0 0 0 1 1 8

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2008 RECAPS Army (0-1-0) St. Bonaventure (1-0-0)

1 1

1 2

-

2 3

A - Own Goal, 24:54 S - Samuel Maheu (unassisted), 34:23 S - Brett Allen (Maheu), 60:50 S - Kevin MJaatvedt (unassisted), 66:29 A - Bryan Connolly (unassisted), 69:36

Black Knight keeper A.J. Glubzinski was stout in goal, stopping a season-best six shots in 90:00 minutes of work.

Shots - Army 8, St. Bonaventure 8 Saves - St. Bonaventure 5, Army 3 Corners - Army 2, St. Bonaventure 1 Fouls - St. Bonaventure 17, Army 14

Army (0-3-0) Marist (1-1-1)

Philadelphia 3, Army 2 Sept. 2, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Army’s Bryan Connolly tallied a goal and an assist but it was Philadelphia University spoiling the Black Knights’ home opener with a 3-2 victory at Clinton Field. Army led 1-0 at halftime but allowed three second-half goals en route to the loss. Army jumped out to a 1-0 lead after Andrew Kydes got a step on his defender and buried a 10-yard shot off a nice feed from Connolly at 30:45. Philadelphia scored a pair of goals in the opening 10 minutes of the second half to take the lead. Michael Mousaw collected a rebound off a blocked shot and scored from 10 yards away to tie the game at 49:28, before Svetozar Gladic converted a hard strike from 20 yards away to make it a 2-1 match at 55:55. ANDREW KYDES PUT THE BLACK KNIGHTS ON THE BOARD FIRST WITH A GOAL AGAINST PHILADELPHIA.

St. Bonaventure 3, Army 2 Aug. 30, McGraw-Jennings Field, Olean, N.Y. Army’s Bryan Connolly scored his first collegiate goal but it was host St. Bonaventure overcoming an early deficit to defeat the Black Knights, 3-2, at McGraw-Jennings Field in both teams’ season opener. The Black Knights got on the board first after a Bonnie defender deflected an Army cross from the left flank into his own net at the 24:54 mark. Just over a minute later, SBU’s Samuel Maheu intercepted an Army pass intended for goalkeeper A.J. Glubzinski and tucked it into the net to tie the game, 1-1, at 34:23. St. Bonaventure broke the tie with a pair of goals within a 5:19 span in the second half to take a 3-1 lead. Maheu fed Brett Allen with a short cross inside the Army goalbox and scored the ball in the left corner of the goal at 60:50, before Kevin Mjaatvedt scored on a 25-yard shot at 66:29 for the two goal lead. Connolly, who missed the last two seasons recovering from a knee injury, collected a rebound off a saved shot by Sean Kim inside the Bonnie box and scored from close range to pull the Black Knights back to within a goal at 69:36, but Army could not find the equalizer the rest of the way. Glubzinski was credited with three saves in 90 minutes of work to take the loss in goal. After being outshot 6-1 in the first half, Army totaled a 7-2 edge in attempts in the second half.

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The Black Knights battled back to tie the game as Connolly headed a long cross from the right side, served up by Cole Dietz, past the Ram keeper from two yards out to make it a 2-2 game at 78:08. Gladic scored the deciding goal on a header from close range as Spencer Reiter fed him from a sharp angle out of the left corner at 85:24. Philadelphia (1-1-0) Army (0-2-0)

0 1

Army would get on the board just over three minutes later to make it a one-goal game as McVey took a feed from Connolly and found the net for the 2-1 final.

3 1

-

3 2

A - Andrew Kydes (Bryan Connolly), 30:45 P - Mike Mousaw (unassisted), 49:28 P - Svetozar Gladic (unassisted), 55:55 A - Connolly (Cole Dietz), 78:08 P - Gladic (Spencer Reiter), 85:24 Shots - Army 16, Philadelphia 13 Saves - Philadelphia 4, Army 1 Corners - Army 7, Philadelphia 4 Fouls - Army 9, Philadelphia 8

Marist 2, Army 1 Sept. 5, Leonidoff Field, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

0 0

1 2

-

1 2

M - Krystian Witkowski (Nico Mossa), 62:23 M - Tim Garger (Desmond Farrelly), 79:22 A - Patrick McVey (Bryan Connolly), 82:37 Shots - Marist 19, Army 9 Saves - Army 6, Marist 5 Corners - Marist 8, Army 4 Fouls - Marist 20, Army 17

Manhattan 2, Army 1 Sept. 10, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. A second half goal by Army’s Patrick McVey accounted for the lone Black Knight score as visiting Manhattan held on for the 2-1 victory at Clinton Field. Manhattan’s Fernando Londono tallied both goals for the Jaspers, which picked up their first win of the 2008 season, while sending Army to its fourth one-goal loss to open the campaign. Manhattan got on the board at 7:53, after Londono was able to get just enough foot on what was an unsettled ball in the Black Knight box and send a slow roller past Army keeper John-Michael Gallogly for the early lead. The score would remain that way until the 52:39 mark when Londono collected a rebound after a diving Gallogly save, and buried a shot from close range to make it a 2-0 Jasper advantage. Army continued to put more and more offensive pressure on as time ticked off the second half clock, outshooting Manhattan 9-3 over the final 45 minutes of play. McVey scored his second goal in as many games on a long left-footed drive from 35 yards away that appeared to catch Manhattan keeper Randall Brobson off guard with 64:03 remaining in regulation, but Army was unable to convert any other chances the rest of the way. Gallogly was credited with two saves over 90:00 in his first start of the season, while Brobson came up with six stops for the Jaspers.

Army’s Patrick McVey scored his first career goal off an assist from Bryan Connolly, but it was Marist holding off the Black Knights, 2-1.

Manhattan (1-2-0) Army (0-4-0)

The two teams played scoreless soccer until the 63rd minute as Marist got on the board at 62:23 on Krystian Witkowski’s first goal of the season. The Red Foxes made it a 2-0 game 17 minutes later as Tim Garger took a feed from Desmond Farrelly and converted a shot from the left side at 79:22.

Shots - Army 13, Manhattan 7 Saves - Manhattan 6, Army 2 Corners - Army 2, Manhattan 1 Fouls - Manhattan 17, Army 12

1 0

1 1

-

2 1

M - Fernando Londono (unassisted), 7:53 M - Londono (unassisted), 52:39 A - Patrick McVey (unassisted), 64:03

St. Francis (N.Y.) 3, Army 0 Sept. 15, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Army had no answer for three second half goals by Saint Francis (N.Y.) as the Terriers picked up


2008 RECAPS the 3-0 shutout of the Black Knights at Clinton Field. The Black Knights had several solid scoring opportunities throughout the night, outshooting Saint Francis by a 13-9 margin, but couldn’t find a way to finish any off for goals. Army played one of its strongest halves of the year during the first 30 minutes, totaling a 6-2 advantage in shots. The Black Knights’ best scoring opportunity came at the 28:39 mark Bryan Connolly caused a turnover at midfield and streaked down the right side and fed Peter Campbell, who struck a hard shot from 10 yards out that was saved by Terrier keeper Chris Antonino. Saint Francis got on the board as Pontus Warner got behind the Army defense and sent a perfect pass to the center of the field where Sallhag finished it off for the 1-0 lead at 49:10. Matos scored his first goal of the night at 66:55 after collecting a Terrier corner that deflected around the Army goal and scoring on a hard shot into the left corner of the goal for the 2-0 edge. Matos’ second tally came at 72:16 after an Army foul resulted in a direct kick on the right side of the field 30 yards away from the Black Knight goal. The ensuing shot was struck directly into the Army wall, but found its way through to Matos, who controlled it and took the ball in and scored from eight yards away. Connolly had another solid opportunity to score with 4:42 left in the game after a strong strike from 10 yards out, but Antonino was able to just get a finger on it and deflect it wide for his fifth save of the night to preserve his fourth shutout of the season. St. Francis (N.Y.) (4-1-1) Army (0-4-0)

0 0

3 0

-

3 0

S - John Sallhag (Pontus Werner), 49:10 S - Anthony Matos (unassisted), 66:55 S - Matos (unassisted), 72:16 Shots - Army 13, St. Francis 9 Saves - St. Francis 5, Army 1 Corners - Army 8, St. Francis 5 Fouls - St. Francis 16, Army 9

Army 3, Birmingham-Southern 1 Sept. 15, BSC Soccer Park, Birmingham, Ala. Army’s Bryan Connolly scored the game winning goal at the 75:50 mark to give the Black Knights their first win of the 2008 season, defeating Birmingham Southern, 3-1, in the first round of the BSC Armed Forces Classic at Soccer Park in Birmingham, Ala. The Black Knights were held scoreless throughout the first half, but scored three goals in the second half to secure the win. Trailing following an early BSC goal, Patrick McVey tied the game at the 52:16 mark with a goal assisted by and Connolly off a free kick. Connolly then scored the game winner, assisted by Tanner Robertson, before Michael Leach iced the win with 48 seconds remaining with a goal assisted by Jonathan Brege.

Army got off to a rough start, allowing a Birmingham Southern goal from Tyler Evans just 59 seconds into the contest, but held the Panthers scoreless for the remaining 89 minutes. Army allowed just two shots on goal. Army (1-4-0) Birmingham-Southern B A A A

-

0 1

3 0

-

3 1

Tyler Evans (Sean Head), :59 Patrick McVey (Evan Seale, Bryan Connolly), 52:16 Connolly (Tanner Robertson), 75:50 Michael Leach (Jonathan Brege), 89:22

Shots - Army 18, BSU 7 Saves - BSU 6, Army 1 Corners - BSU 5, Army 4 Fouls - Army 15, BSU 9

Air Force 2, Army 1 Sept. 21, BSC Soccer Park, Birmingham, Ala. Army’s Peter Campbell notched a second-half goal but it was Air Force defeating the Black Knights, 2-1, to win the BSC Armed Forces Classic, hosted by Birmingham-Southern. Air Force, which defeated Navy 1-0 in Friday’s other opening round matchup, built a two-goal first half and held on to complete the serviceacademy sweep. Air Force’s Steven Noller opened the scoring at 21:03 with an unassisted goal, before teammate Zach Brinlee made it a two-goal game at 40:13 with his first collegiate goal. Army cut the lead in half at 52:32 as Campbell tallied his first goal of the year off an assist from Cole Dietz. The Black Knights had some solid scoring options as the second half wound down, including two shots that were saved by Air Force field players, but couldn’t net the equalizer to fall to 1-6 in 2008. Army’s A.J. Glubzinski was credited with a seasonhigh seven saves in the loss. Air Force (2-5-0) Army (0-4-0)

2 0

0 1

-

2 1

AF - Steve Noller (unassisted), 21:03 AF - Zach Brinlee (John Tilton, Josh Rhynard), 40:13 A - Peter Campbell (Cole Deitz), 52:32

BRYAN CONNOLLY WAS CREDITED WITH A GOAL AND AN ASSIST IN ARMY’S WIN AT BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN.

On the game winner, Yale’s Liam Leonard had his initial shot deflected by an Army defender, but Carlos was able to collect the ball and send a 15 yard cross from the right side through the Black Knight defense into the left corner of the goal box where Meyer struck from five yards away. Yale head coach Brian Tompkins, who was ejected from the game after receiving his second yellow card of the evening with under three minutes to go in regulation, picked up his 200th-career victory with the win. Yale (4-3-1) Army (0-4-0)

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

-

1 0

Y - Eric Meyer (Jon Carlos), 101:05

Shots - Air Force 13, Army 11 Saves - Army 7, Air Force 4 Corners - Air Force 4, Army 2 Fouls - Army 16, Air Force 15

Shots - Yale 12, Army 8 Saves - Army 5, Yale 2 Corners - Army 5, Yale 5 Fouls - Army 30, Yale 13

Yale 1, Army 0 Sept. 30, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y.

Colgate 2, Army 0 Oct. 4, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y.

Yale scored the game-winning goal 1:05 into the second overtime to hand Army a heartbreaking 1-0 loss at Clinton Field.

The Army men’s soccer team opened its 2008 Patriot League slate with a 2-0 loss to Colgate.

The Bulldogs’ Eric Meyer was credited with game-winning goal off an assist from Jon Carlos to wrap up a physical affair that saw the two teams combine for 43 fouls, 10 yellow cards and a red card. Army goalkeeper A.J. Glubzinski was credited with five saves for the Black Knights, which were handed their sixth one-goal loss of the season.

Colgate’s Steven Miller and Matt Leach each netted a goal, while Jeff Leach added two assists for the Raiders. Army keeper A.J. Glubzinski notched his second straight five-save effort, but Army was unable to hold off Colgate, which outshot the Black Knights by an 18-5 margin. After a scoreless first half, Colgate got on the board at 53:12 as Jeff Leach played a ball into

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2008 RECAPS the Army goal box, where Alex Weekes headed a short pass to Miller, who headed the ball past Glubzinski from five yards away into the left corner of the goal. With Army pressing to score the equalizer, Colgate cashed in an opportunity deep in the Black Knight end as Jeff Leach played a long cross from the right side into the goal box where brother Matt Leach drove home an insurance goal from eight yards away with 87:09 on the second-half clock. The game marked the second time this season that Army was outscored by more than one goal and was only the third time the Black Knights were shutout. Colgate (5-3-2, 1-1-0 PL) Army (1-9-0, 0-2-0 PL)

0 0

2 0

-

2 0

Dietz scored the game winner 10:31 later after a corner kick service sailed past Sutherland and hooked into the far post, where it caromed over the goal line for the deciding tally. Army outshot NJIT, 14-10, including a 4-3 margin in shots on goal. Army (2-9-0) NJIT (1-11-1)

0 1

2 0

-

2 1

N - Kevin Blanco (Pat Amato), 11:38 A - Cole Deitz (Patrick McVey), 72:15 A - Dietz (unassisted), 82:46 Shots - Army 14, NJIT 10 Saves - NJIT 4, Army 3 Corners - NJIT 4, Army 3 Fouls - NJIT 14, Army 7

Army lost a 2-0 decision to Lafayette in Patriot League action in Pennsylvania. Black Knight goalkeeper A.J. Glubzinski was credited with six saves in the loss.

Shots - Colgate 18, Army 5 Saves - Army 5, Colgate 1 Corners - Colgate 3, Army 2 Fouls - Army 15, Colgate 11

Bucknell 1, Army 0 Oct. 11, Emmitt Field, Lewisburg, Pa. Bucknell scored the game’s lone goal 2:20 into overtime to steal the Patriot League men’s soccer victory from Army in Lewisburg, Pa. Army goalkeeper A.J. Glubzinski stopped four shots as the Black Knights dropped their seventh one-goal loss of the year. Bucknell’s Mark Schmiegel came off the bench to score the game-winner, taking a cross from Chris Hennings and tallying a goal from eight yards away at the 82:20 mark. 0 0

0 0

0 1

-

0 1

B - Mark Schmiegel (Chris Hennings, Conor O’Brien), 92:20 Shots - Bucknell 19, Army 4 Saves - Army 4, Bucknell 0 Corners - Army 5, Bucknell 1 Fouls - Army 19, Bucknell 8

Army 2, NJIT 1 Oct. 14, Lubetkin Field, Newark, N.J. Army’s Cole Dietz scored both second-half goals as the Black Knights overcame an early deficit to defeat NJIT, 2-1, at Lubetkin Field.

Lafayette scored 46 seconds into the game, and added an insurance goal 1:50 into the second half to hold Army winless in conference action this season. Lafayette wasted no time getting onto the board, as B.J. Glenn found a streaking Stephen Macurdy going down the right sideline. Macurdy centered the ball into the Black Knight six-yard box where Shane Pruitt beat Glubzinski on the near side to give the Leopards a 1-0 advantage just 43 seconds into the contest. Lafayette jumped out early in the second half as well as John Griffith passed a ball over the top of the Army defense where Mike Celentano hit a well-struck, left-footed shot past Glubzinski for the insurance goal. Army (2-10-0, 0-3-0 PL) Lafayette (5-5-3, 1-1-2 PL)

0 1

from inside 15 yards that bounced off the right post of the Lehigh goal at 88:05. Less than a minute later, Lehigh drew a foul bringing the ball over midfield and was awarded a free kick, which landed just inside the front of the Army goal box. As both teams struggled to gain control, the ball popped up in the air where Strunk was able to just get enough of his head on a shot that cleared the reach of Black Knight keeper A.J. Glubzinski and slowly rolled in for the game winner at 89:05. Glubzinski was credited with six saves on the afternoon to take the loss, while Lehigh sophomore Jonathan Nydell preserved the victory with three saves.

Lafayette 2, Army 0 Oct. 18, Metzgar Field, Lewisburg, Pa.

C - Steven Miller (Alex Weekes, Jeff Leach), 53:12 C - Matt Leach (Jeff Leach), 87:09

Army (1-9-0, 0-2-0 PL) Bucknell (5-5-3, 2-1-0 PL)

1-1, at 72:15

0 1

-

0 1

L - Shane Pruitt (B.J. Glenn, Stephen Macurdy), 44:14 L - Mike Clentano (John Griffith), 88:10 Shots - Lafayette 10, Army 5 Saves - Army 6, Lafayette 3 Corners - Lafayette 4, Army 2 Fouls - Army 13, Lafayette 12

Lehigh 1, Army 0 Oct. 24, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y.

Lehigh (7-5-3, 2-1-2 PL) Army (2-11-0, 0-4-0 PL)

0 0

1 0

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1 0

L - Kevin Strunk (unassisted), 89:02 Shots - Lehigh 16, Army 7 Saves - Army 6, Lehigh 2 Corners - Lehigh 4, Army 1 Fouls - Army 16, Lehigh 11

Sacred Heart 2, Army 0 Oct. 28, Campus Field, Fairfield, Conn. Army lost a 2-0 decision at Sacred Heart in its final non-conference game of the season. SHU’s Jason Tessitore tallied a goal and an assist, while goalkeeper Matt Jones made four saves to preserve his third-straight shutout in the victory. Sacred Heart scored the match’s first goal with 1:22 to play in the first half. Tessitore took a shot on net that was blocked away by Army goalkeeper John-Michael Gallogly, but the rebound went right back to Tessitore. A cutting Jesper Fredriksson took a centering feed and tapped the ball into the open goal at 43:38. Sacred Heart had the advantage of playing with the wind in the second half of the blustery evening, outshooting the Black Knights, 9-3. In the 57th minute, Matt Mones hit Tessitore with a cross on the right side of the goal where Tessitore shot it back across into the left corner of the net to put the game out of reach. Gallogly finished the night with four saves as SHU held a 15-9 total advantage in shots. Army (2-12-0) Sacred Heart (5-6-2)

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Deitz’s goals came in just over a 10-minute span late in the game, including the game winner at 82:46 that went in directly off a corner kick from the left side, as Army broke a four-match skid with the victory over the Highlanders.

Army lost a heartbreaking 1-0 decision to Lehigh in Patriot League men’s soccer action at Clinton Field. The Mountain Hawks scored the game’s lone goal with 58 seconds remaining in the second half to sneak away with the victory.

S - Jesper Fredriksson (Jason Tessitore), 43:38 S - Tessitore (Matt Mones), 56:54

The Highlanders scored early, taking a 1-0 lead at 11:38 on the first goal of the season for Kevin Blanco, assisted by Pat Amato. Dietz’s first goal was set up by Patrick McVey, who sent a long pass into the left side of the box. NJIT goalkeeper Ryan Sutherland came off his line looking to cut off the shooter’s angle, but Dietz controlled the ball from his chest to his feet and fired into the open net to tie the game,

Lehigh’s Kevin Strunk’s first goal of the season proved to be the difference in the Mountain Hawk win.

Holy Cross 3, Army 1 Nov. 1, Johnson Smith Stadium, Worcester, Mass.

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While Lehigh held the final advantage in shots, 15-7, both teams played a physical, end-to-end match throughout. In the closing minutes of the game, Army had one of its best chances to score as Patrick McVey was able to get a solid shot off

Shots - Sacred Heart 15, Army 9 Saves - Sacred Heart 5, Army 4 Corners - Sacred Heart 5, Army 4 Fouls - Army 15, Sacred Heart 10

Army’s Peter Campbell scored his second goal of the season 53 seconds into the second half but it was Holy Cross holding on for the 3-1 victory in Patriot League action.


2008 RECAPS Holy Cross’ Kyle Miller scored a goal 3:58 into the game and added another at 9:02 to lead the Crusaders. Less than a minute into the second half, Army’s Cole Dietz rushed into the Holy Cross box and made a quick cross from the right side to a waiting Campbell, who chipped a shot into the top left corner to make it a one-goal game at the 45:53 mark. With only 3:58 elapsed into the game, Miller made a quick shot into the right side of the corner, giving the Crusaders an early 1-0 lead. Less than five minutes later, at the 9:02 mark, Jordan Michael crossed the ball from the left side of the box to Miller, who kicked the ball into the right corner, to give Holy Cross a 2-0 edge. With less than four minutes left in the game, Holy Cross’ Jon Werth passed the ball inside the 18yard box to Andreas Andrews who sent a quick shot into the net at the 86:43 mark for the final tally of the day. Holy Cross outshot Army by a 13-3 margin, including a 9-3 edge in shots on goal. Army’s A.J. Glubzinski started the game in goal for the Black Knights, making three saves in 45:00 of play, while teammate John-Michael Gallogly played all 45:00 in the second half and was also credited with three saves. Army (2-13-0, 0-5-0 PL) Holy Cross (9-4-3, 4-1-1 PL)

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H - Kyle Miller (unassisted), 3:58 H - Miller (Jordan Michael), 9:02 A - Peter Campbell (Cole Dietz), 45:53 H - Andreas Andrews (Jon Werth), 86:43 Shots - Holy Cross 13, Army 3 Saves - Army 6, Holy Cross 2 Corners - Holy Cross 4, Army 1 Fouls - Holy Cross 10, Army 5

American 2, Army 0 Nov. 3, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Army fell to visiting American, 2-0, in Patriot League action at Clinton Field. The contest was a makeup game after the originally scheduled match on Sept. 27 was postponed due to inclement weather. American jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead only 1:05 into the match and then scored again with only 23 seconds remaining to move into a three-way tie for first place with Holy Cross and Colgate in the conference standings. American’s Jack Scott received a feed from Alex Tillati 35-yards away from the Black Knight goal and lofted a long arching shot over Army goalkeeper John Michael Gallogly into the upper left corner of the goal to open the scoring at the 1:05 mark for the early lead. The two teams went back and forth for the remainder of mostly a defensive first half as American held a slim 5-3 lead in shots. The Black Knights best opportunity came midway through the period off the foot of Tanner Roberston, who struck a solid shot from 15 yards away, but Matt Makowski registered the first of his two saves on

the afternoon to preserve the shutout. The second half was played similarly to the first, with both teams trading blows without any real solid scoring opportunities. With Army pressing in the last 10 minutes, Bryan Connolly received a pass in the Eagle box, but his header attempt sailed wide left of the goal at 83:03. American was able to strike once more at the 89:37 mark as Cameron Petty took a shot that deflected just off the fingers of a diving goalkeeper A.J. Glubzinski and trickled into the goal for the 2-0 final. American finished with a 13-8 edge in shots, while totaling six corner kick opportunities to Army’s one. Glubzinski was credited with two saves in 45:00 minutes of play after taking over for Gallogly at halftime. American (8-7-2, 4-1-1 PL) Army (2-14-0, 0-6-0 PL)

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Amer - Jack Scott (Mike Worden), 1:05 Amer - Cameron Petty (unassisted), 89:37 Shots - American 13, Army 8 Saves - Army 2, American 2 Corners - American 6, Army 1 Fouls - American 13, Army 11

Army 1, Navy 0 Nov. 17, Clinton Field, West Point, N.Y. Army’s Tanner Robertson scored his first career goal with 51 seconds remaining in the first half as the Black Knights defeated service academy and Patriot League rival Navy, 1-0, at Clinton Field. The victory, which came in the 75th-all time meeting between the two squads, was Army’s third-straight versus the Midshipmen in the last three years and was broadcast live on FOX Soccer Channel. On a night where Army honored its three seniors A.J. Glubzinski, John-Michael Gallogly and Nate Wagner in a pregame ceremony, it was a freshman that notched the deciding goal. With the final seconds winding down after an evenly played first half, Robertson bent a ball into the crowded Navy goal box from the right corner that deflected off a Midshipmen defender and past goalkeeper Nolan Grebb for what proved to be the game-winning tally at 44:09. Both teams had solid chances in the first half. Just under fifteen minutes into the contest, Navy midfielder Sam Lepley took a pass from forward Wes Powell and found some space in the left slot. His shot, however, was cut off by Glubzinski to keep the Mids off the board. The Black Knights had a pair of good chances with about 12 minutes to play, as Michael Leach and Bryan Connolly each had good header attempts just go over the net. Trailing by a goal, the Mids turned up the offensive pressure in the second half, nearly getting the equalizer twice in the first 27 minutes of the period. Mike Porcelli had a shot at the 60-minute mark that was headed for the left post that Gallogly got in front of. Twelve minutes later, Andrew Garcia sent a shot towards Gallogly from about

TANNER ROBERTSON SCORED THE MATCH’S LONE GOAL AS THE BLACK KNIGHTS UPENDED NAVY 1-0 IN THE ANNUAL STAR MATCH TO WRAP UP THE 2008 SEASON.

15 yards out that hit the top of the crossbar and deflected over the goal. The Mids kept the pressure on in the last 10 minutes, but couldn’t get the draw, and Army held on for the victory. It was the Black Knights’ 10th one-goal game of the season. Army upped its record against Navy to 27-35-13 since the first meeting in 1938 (a 1-0 Army win), while improving to 16-12-9 versus the Midshipmen at West Point. Navy is 0-3-3 in its last six trips to the Hudson Valley, with its last road victory coming in 1996. Army won the 2006 home matchup in doubleovertime, 4-3, before picking up a 2-1 overtime victory last season in Annapolis. Navy (4-11-3, 0-6-1 PL) Army (3-14-0, 1-6-0 PL)

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A - Tanner Robertson (unassisted), 44:09 Shots - Navy 10, Army 9 Saves - Army 3, Navy 3 Corners - Army 1, Navy 1 Fouls - Army 16, Navy 10

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ABOUT THE PATRIOT LEAGUE ABOUT THE PATRIOT LEAGUE In its second decade of combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 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 and Georgetown as associate members. 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 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 76 Patriot League teams 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 2008-09 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams have accomplished the following: *15 student-athletes earned ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-America honors, including FirstTeam selections for: Army’s Elizabeth Betterbed, Sarah Goss, Briana Stremick Scott Rosenshein and Kevin Kumlien; Navy’s Lizzie Barnes and Kelly Zahalka; and Colgate’s Daniel Kerley. *61 student-athletes were recognized as ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District recipients, with 45 on the First Team. *Bucknell won its 15th overall and women’s Patriot League Presidents’ Cup trophy, while Army won the men’s trophy for the first time since 2005. *Holy Cross men’s soccer senior Jerry Dickinson was awarded a Fulbright Grant to work and study in South Africa. *Navy’s Kelly Zahalka earned her third Academic AllAmerica selection from CoSIDA, and was also named to the USA Today First-Team All-Academic squad. She also earned both a Truman and Marshall Scholarship. *Navy’s Lizzie Barnes was one of 58 student-athletes nationally to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and was also a First-Team All-Senior All-America selection. *Army became the first Patriot League team to advance to the finals of the NCAA Baseball Regional, and also the first to win two regional games by beating Texas State and Boston College. *Lehigh advanced to the finals of the NCAA Softball Regional, knocking off Florida A & M and Texas A & M in elimination games before falling to top-seed Florida. *Army’s Ben Koenigsfeld became the first baseball student-athlete to earn a pair of First-Team All-League honors in the same season, and also the first to win both the Pitcher of the Year and Tournament Most

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Valuable Player award in the same year. *Colgate’s Nick Hennessey and Steve Jonas and Holy Cross’ Brett McDermott all signed NFL free agent contracts. *Hennessey became the first Patriot Leaguer since 2004 to earn consensus FCS All-America honors with his selection by each of the four major organizations. *The Lehigh women’s basketball team was one of 14 NCAA Tournament participants to record a perfect graduation rate.

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*Colgate’s Jordan Scott finished his career as the alltime Division I leader in carries (1,240), and fifth in FCS history while breaking the Patriot League record in rushing yardage (5,621). *Scott became the eighth player in FCS history and first Patriot League with four 1,000-yard rushing seasons in his career. *Holy Cross quarterback Dominic Randolph led the FCS in passing yards, total offense and completions per game in 2008, while also finishing as a finalist for the Walter Payton Award. *Army men’s soccer goalkeeper A.J. Glubzinski was a First-Team All-Senior All-America selection and Lowe’s Senior CLASS award finalist. *Navy’s Amy Watson competed in the NCAA Cross Country Championship. *American’s Irene Schickhardt and Christine Fingerhuth were both named Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Field Hockey All-Americans. *American hosted the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship. *Navy’s Erica Ziel became the fourth female studentathlete to earn the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete award in Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field in the same academic year. *Twelve Patriot League student-athletes, including seven from Lehigh, received Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars awards. *Bucknell rowing senior Page Kannor, Army baseball sophomore Kevin McKague and Lehigh softball senior Lisa Sweeney each appeared in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd”. *Navy junior Adam Meyer received an All-America honor by finishing in fifth place in the consolation final at the 2009 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship. Erik Hunter and Jonathan Galinski also represented Navy at the event. *Colgate senior Emily Murphy and Navy juniors ThuyMi Dinh and Tara Chapmon all competed at the NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship. *Bucknell’s Andrew Cohen set a record with a score of 208 at the Patriot League Golf Championship, and was named Golf World’s College Player of the Week for his effort. *American men’s basketball senior Garrison Carr became the second player to win back-to-back Tourna-

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ment Most Valuable Player honors, and set a League record with 302 career three-pointers. *American men’s basketball senior Derrick Mercer became the first player in League history to finish his career with at least 1,200 points and 500 assists, and was named an Honorable Mention AP All-America. *Holy Cross men’s basketball freshman R.J. Evans was named a Mid-Major Freshman All-American. *Three Patriot League men’s basketball players were named NABC All-District selections, the most for the League since 1995. *The Patriot League finished 17th in the final women’s basketball RPI rating, the highest mark in League annals. The eight teams also combined for the best non-League mark ever with a 61-59 record. *Two Patriot League women’s basketball teams made the postseason, with Lehigh in the NCAA Tournament and American in the WNIT. *Four Patriot League men’s lacrosse players were selected to the USILA All-America team, including Colgate’s Brandon Corp on the First Team. *Corp was also named MVP of the North-South AllStar game, was a finalist for the Tewaarton Trophy and became the highest-ever MLL Draft pick from a Patriot League school when he went fourth to the Boston Cannons. *Corp and Navy’s Andy Tormey were named to the All-Senior All-America team, with Tormey on the First Team. *Army baseball freshman Zach Price and sophomores Joey Henshaw and Clint Moore each earned All-America recognition.


PATRIOT LEAGUE AWARDS/STATISTICS 2008 STATISTICAL LEADERS

2008 Patriot League Standings + Colgate * + American + Holy Cross + Lafayette Bucknell Lehigh Army Navy

W 5 5 4 3 3 2 1 0

Conference L T Pts. 1 1 16 1 1 16 1 2 14 1 3 12 4 0 9 3 2 8 6 0 3 7 0 0

W 12 9 9 8 8 7 3 4

Overall L 6 7 5 6 8 7 14 11

T 3 3 5 5 3 3 0 3

* Patriot League Regular-Season & Tournament Champion + Top four clubs advanced to league tournament

2008 Patriot League Tournament Semifinals - November 16 - Worcester, Mass. #1 Colgate 2, #4 Lafayette 0 #3 Holy Cross 1, #2 American 1 (Holy Cross advances on PKs, 5-3) Championship - November 18 - Worcester, Mass. Colgate 2, Holy Cross 1

2008 PATRIOT LEAGUE AWARDS All-Patriot League First Team Player Andreas Andrews Cooper Bryant Dave Cappuccio Jerry Dickinson Adam Gazda Alejandro Melean Kyle Miller Conor O’Brien Phil Purdy Chris Ross Karsten Smith Jim Taranto Glenn Volk

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

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

All-Patriot League Second Team Player Thomas Booth James Graf Kregory Hefner Daniel Kerley Jeff Leach Stephen Macurdy Steven Miller Cameron Petty Mark Schmiegel Pat Selwood Alex Weekes Adam Welch

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

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

School Holy Cross American Colgate Holy Cross Lehigh Holy Cross Holy Cross Bucknell American Colgate American Lehigh Colgate School Holy Cross Lehigh Holy Cross Colgate Colgate Lafayette Colgate American Bucknell Bucknell Colgate Lehigh

Offensive Player of the Year ............ Conor O’Brien, Bucknell Defensive Player of the Year ...... Jerry Dickinson, Holy Cross Goalkeeper of the Year ..................David Cappuccio, Colgate Rookie of the Year .......................... Matt Makowski, American Coach of the Year .................................Todd West, American

Scoring No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 9.

Player Conor O’Brien - Bucknell Alex Weekes - Colgate Kyle Miller - Holy Cross Chris Hennings - Bucknell Adam Gazda - Lehigh Jim Taranto - Lehigh Steven Miller - Colgate B.J. Glenn - Lafayette Mark Schmiegel - Bucknell Anthony Ferraro - Bucknell Chris Ross - Colgate

Goals No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

Player Kyle Miller - Holy Cross Alex Weekes - Colgate Conor O’Brien - Bucknell Chris Hennings - Bucknell Adam Gazda - Lehigh B.J. Glenn - Lafayette Steven Miller - Colgate Mark Schmiegel - Bucknell Anthony Ferraro - Bucknell Chris Ross - Colgate

Assists No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9.

Player Conor O’Brien - Bucknell Jim Taranto - Lehigh Stephen Macurdy - Lafayette Jeff Leach - Colgate Alex Weekes - Colgate Chris Hennings - Bucknell Jamie Davin - American Matt Hittson - Bucknell 11 Tied With 3

GP 19 21 19 19 17 17 21 19 19 19 21

Goals 1. Bucknell 2. American Colgate 4. Lehigh Lafayette 6. Holy Cross 7. Army 8. Navy

34 28 28 26 26 23 14 11

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

Pts 22 21 18 18 15 15 15 14 12 12 12

G 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5

G/Game 0.47 0.38 0.37 0.37 0.35 0.32 0.29 0.26 0.26 0.24

GP 19 17 19 21 21 19 19 19

G 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 4

A/Game 0.42 0.41 0.32 0.29 0.24 0.21 0.21 0.21

Player Gms. Thomas Booth - Holy Cross 19 David Cappuccio - Colgate 17 Andrew Pianko - Lafayette 11 Matt Makowski - American 19 Jonathan Nydell - Lehigh 15

Team Leaders

A 8 5 0 4 3 7 3 2 2 2 2

GP 19 21 19 19 17 19 21 19 19 21

Goals-Against Average No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G 7 8 9 7 6 4 6 6 5 5 5

30 24 24 19 18 12 10 9

Min. 1834 1560 1048 1721 1393

GA 16 14 12 22 19

GAA 1. Colgate 2. Holy Cross 3. Lafayette 4. American 5. Lehigh 6. Bucknell 7. Navy 8. Army

GAA 0.79 0.81 1.03 1.15 1.23

0.73 0.78 0.93 1.15 1.28 1.44 1.55 1.81

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Began Adelphi University 1963 Akron, University of 1997 Alabama-Birmingham 2003 Albany, University of 1999 American University 1994 Amherst College 1921 Appalachian State University 2002 Birmingham-Southern 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 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 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 1962

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G 21 1 1 4 9 2 1 4 1 4 10 1 24 28 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 57 17 5 21 7 1 2 13 2 4 1 1 1 1 2 8 1 26 2 8 1 1 23 14 2 2 26 17 9 1 2 37 12 39 1 2 4 23 12 6 19 2

W 7 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 5 1 13 17 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 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 5 4 0 1 15 14 7 0 2 16 6 19 0 2 3 21 3 5 16 2

L 13 1 1 3 6 0 1 2 1 3 3 0 8 11 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 20 9 1 13 3 0 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 11 0 5 0 0 16 8 2 1 11 3 2 1 0 13 6 15 1 0 1 1 8 1 1 0

T 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 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 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0

Pct. .357 .000 .000 .250 .278 .750 .000 .375 .000 .250 .600 1.000 .604 .607 1.000 .166 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .333 .250 .000 1.000 .605 .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 .304 .357 .000 .500 .577 .826 .778 .000 1.000 .541 .500 .551 .000 1.000 .750 .935 .292 .833 .895 1.000

Opponent Began Miami (Ohio) University 1996 McGill 1925 Michigan State University 1964 New Hampshire, Univ. of 1989 New Jersey Inst. of Tech. 2005 New York, City College of 1954 New York University 1960 Niagara University 1989 North Carolina-Asheville 2001 Northeastern University 1996 Notre Dame, University of 1966 Ohio State University 1930 Old Dominion University 1989 Oneonta State 1973 Panzer 1949 Penn State University 1932 Pennsylvania, University of 1923 Philadelphia University 2006 Pittsburgh, University of 1956 Princeton University 1921 Queens College 1951 Quincy College 1990 Quinnipiac University 2004 Rensselaer Poly. Institute 1944 Rhode Island, University of 1968 Richmond, University of 1998 Rider College 1946 Rochester, University of 1959 Rutgers University 1931 Sacred Heart University 2002 St. Bonaventure University 2007 St. Francis (N.Y.) College 1996 St. John’s University 1928 St. Joseph’s University 1995 St. Peter’s College 1981 San Francisco, University of 1966 Seton Hall University 1946 Siena College 1989 Springfield College 1921 Stanford University 2005 Stevens Institute of Tech. 1930 SUNY-Maritime College 1959 Swarthmore College 1923 Syracuse University 1921 Temple University 1942 Towson University 1997 Trinity College 1964 Union College 1978 U.S. Air Force Academy 1959 U.S. Coast Guard Academy 1944 U.S. Merchant Marine Acad. 1963 U.S. Naval Academy 1938 Vermont, University of 2005 Villanova University 1981 Virginia, University of 1990 Wake Forest University 1985 Wesleyan University 1927 West Chester University 1947 Western Maryland College 1926 William & Mary, Coll. of 1989 Williams College 1922 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1992 Wofford College 2000 Wright State University 1996 Yale University 1927 TOTALS (87 seasons) 2009 Opponents in Bold.

G W L T Pct. 1 1 0 0 1.000 5 2 3 0 .400 2 0 2 0 .000 6 3 2 1 .583 4 4 0 0 1.000 4 1 2 1 .375 6 5 1 0 .833 1 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 1 0 .000 1 1 0 0 1.000 2 1 1 0 .500 2 1 1 0 .500 5 0 5 0 .000 4 4 0 0 1.000 45 22 18 5 .544 9 5 3 1 .611 3 2 1 0 .667 4 1 1 2 .500 10 1 7 2 .200 1 1 0 0 1.000 3 1 2 0 .333 1 0 2 0 .000 17 14 1 2 .882 2 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 1 0 1.000 11 11 0 0 1.000 2 2 0 0 1.000 27 18 7 2 .704 6 4 1 1 .750 2 1 1 0 .500 3 1 1 1 .500 2 2 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 0 1.000 9 7 1 1 .833 1 0 1 0 .000 24 23 0 1 .979 5 4 0 1 .900 13 2 8 3 .269 2 0 2 0 .000 1 1 0 0 1.000 2 2 0 0 1.000 6 5 0 1 .917 41 22 15 4 .585 13 6 5 2 .538 1 1 0 0 1.000 3 2 1 0 .667 6 2 2 2 .500 22 13 6 3 .659 8 8 0 0 1.000 19 17 1 1 .921 75 27 35 13 .447 1 0 1 0 .000 3 3 0 0 1.000 1 0 1 0 .000 2 1 1 0 .500 3 0 0 3 .500 25 10 12 3 .460 8 5 1 2 .750 2 0 1 1 .250 5 4 1 0 .800 1 0 0 1 .500 1 0 0 1 .500 1 0 1 0 .000 38 19 11 8 .605 1099 586 398 118 .587


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 Year W-L-T 1921 3-2-1 1922 6-2-0 1923 4-3-1 1924 5-1-1 1925 6-1-1 1926 3-2-1 1927 6-1-1 1928 4-2-2 1929 2-3-3 1930 6-2-0 1931 6-1-0 1932 6-2-0 1933 5-2-1 1934 6-2-0 1935 5-1-2 1936 6-0-2 1937 5-1-2 1938 7-2-0 1939 1-5-1 1940 6-2-0 1941 6-1-1 1942 3-3-2 1943 5-2-0 1944 6-2-0 1945 7-1-1 1946 7-2-4 1947 6-5-3 1948 0-8-2 1949 2-5-1 1950 8-0-1 1951 9-0-1 1952 8-1-1 1953 8-1-1 1954 6-2-2 1955 2-8-0 1956 3-5-2 1957 4-6-0 1958 4-1-4 1959 7-1-2 1960 8-2-0 1961 5-5-0 1962 7-3-1 1963 12-1-0 1964 9-3-1

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

Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

W-L-T 12-1-1 10-3-2 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

Coach Palone Palone 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

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Yrs. 1 2 19 1 3 29 3 3 20 7 88

W 3 10 94 5 20 226 9 20 167 34 588

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM RECORDS Season Wins 13-5-1 (1988); 13-5-1 (1993); 12-1-0 (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 2002-08 TOTALS

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

L 2 5 34 2 5 80 19 14 160 74 395

T 1 1 20 0 5 37 2 8 30 15 119

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


INDIVIDUAL HONORS & AWARDS REGIONAL ALL-AMERICANS

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 ..................................... 1964 Joe Casey ........................................... 1965 John Veenstra ..................................... 1969 Randy Nelson...................................... 1974

1959 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

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 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

Coach of the Year Joe Chiavaro - 1991, 1996

Patriot League Tournament MVP 1996 - A.J. Florkowski

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

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

Second 1994 1995 1997 -

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

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

MAAC Awards 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

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Patriot League Awards

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

Academic All-District First Team 2006 - Bill Watts 2007 - Daniel Newell 2007 - A.J. Glubzinski 2008 - Bryan Connolly Second Team 2005 - Bill Watts 2006 - John Kubeika 2007 - John Kubeika 2008 - A.J. Glubzinski

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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

NSCAA Scholar All-America

NSCAA Scholar All-Region

Second Team 2007 - Daniel Newell

First Team 2007 - Daniel Newell, John Kubeika Third Team 2007 - A.J. Glubzinski 2008 - A.J. Glubzinski, Bryan Connolly 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

3 0 0 4 3 1

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

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 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.

1 1 4 2 2 1

2 2 1 2 0 0 3 0

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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 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

0 3 3 0 2 0 1 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

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

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

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

0 1 1 1

7 1 4 4

Syracuse Harvard Lafayette W. Maryland

2 2 0 3

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

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

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 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

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

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

1941 (6-1-1) Coach: Ray Marchand Captain: J.W. Guckeyson 3 Princeton 3 Lehigh 4 Syracuse 2 Bucknell 3 Brown 0 Harvard 1 Penn State 5 Navy

1 1 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

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

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

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


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

COACH JOE PALONE’S 1965 TEAM COMPILED A 12-1-1 RECORD.

1947 (6-5-3) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: J.W. Brennan 1 Cortland State 1 West Chester 1 Colgate 2 Harvard 1 Yale 1 Dartmouth 1 Swarthmore 0 Princeton 1 Temple 1 Rensselaer 0 Lafayette 1 Cornell 2 Penn State 0 Navy

2 0 0 3 0 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 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

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

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

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 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 Connecticut Brockport State City College of N.Y. West Chester Colgate Yale Pennsylvania Navy

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

4 1 1 1 2 3 1 8 1 4

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

2 0 0 1 1 3 2 4 1 3

1958 (4-1-4) Coach: Joe Palone Captain: F. Manzo 3 Ithaca 0 Cortland State 0 Yale 1 Mass. Tech. 2 Pittsburgh 1 Colgate 2 Brockport State 3 Penn State 2 Navy

0 0 4 1 0 1 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

1 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 1

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 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

0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 2

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 3 2 2 4 1 1 2

THE 1971 TEAM WENT 9-4 UNDER COACH JOE PALONE

3 3 1

Long Island Trinity Michigan State

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

2 1 3

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

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 2 at Brown 4 Seton Hall 4 Hartwick 8 Rutgers 4 Harvard 1 Navy 3 Brockport State 1 Brown

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

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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

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

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

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

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 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

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

0 1 1 2 3

Seton Hall at Brown Air Force Rensselaer at West Chester Cornell Navy

0 1 1 3 2 3 2

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 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 2 U.S.M.M.A. 0 Brown 7 Seton Hall 1 at Air Force 4 at Rensselaer 2 Colgate 3 West Chester 1 at Hartwick 1 at Navy

1 0 3 1 1 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

(OT) 1 0 (OT) 2 3 2


ALL-TIME RESULTS 0 1 1 2 2 2 4 5 1 3 4

at St. Peter’s Syracuse at Rensselaer Colgate Fordham Fairfield U.S.M.M.A. Iona at Navy at Villanova at Manhattan

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

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

Miller

(OT) (OT)

(OT) (OT)

(OT) (OT) (OT) (OT) (OT)

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

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

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

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

(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

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 Fordham 6 Iona 1 Lafayette 1 Navy

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

1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1

0 0 4 4 7 6 4 2

Adelphi LaSalle Fordham Iona Holy Cross Iona LaSalle Navy

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 0 2 at N. Hamp. (OT) 2 3 at Adelphi 2 5 Lafayette 3 3 at Fordham 0 3 Bucknell 2 0 Hartwick (OT) 0 1 at Lehigh (OT) 1 0 at Colgate 2 0 at UCLA 3 1 Cal State-Fullerton 3 1 at Navy 3 5 Iona 0 3 Holy Cross 1 3 Syracuse 1 2 at Navy 1 4 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)

0 0 1 3 3 1 3 1 2

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 3 2 3 1 0 2 0 0

Bucknell Hartwick at Lehigh at Penn State at Colgate at Navy Holy Cross at Columbia

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

1 (OT) 2 (OT) 3 6 3 (OT) 5 2 (OT) 2

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 0 at Hartwick 1 Lehigh 2 Columbia 2 Colgate 4 Navy 0 at Holy Cross 1 at Cornell

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

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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 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 1 vs. Liberty 0 vs. Appalachian State 0 St. Peter’s 2 Sacred Heart 0 Lehigh 0 Syracuse (OT)

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

0 1 0 0 1 0

Navy American at Holy Cross Colgate at Lafayette at Bucknell

(OT) 0 0 (OT) 1 1 (OT) 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 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


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 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 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 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 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)....................... 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, 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) ................. 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) ................... 2011 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)........................ 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 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 DeFiori, Chris (’00,’01,’02,’03) .................. 2004 DeLeo, Daniel (’85,’86) ........................... 1987 Dent, John (’46,’47) ................................ 1948 Derda, Krystian (’00, ’01) ........................ 2004

MICHAEL CONNOR (USMA 1981)

Devlin, Joseph (’53) ................................ 1954 Dewar, John (’59,’60) .............................. 1961 DiBella, Alfred (’67) ................................ 1969 Dickens, Samuel (’48,’49) ........................ 1950 Dietz, Cole (‘06,’07,’08) .................... 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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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN F-F-F

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 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 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 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

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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

KYLE JOHNSON (USMA 2005)

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

Kilfeather, John (’85) .............................. 1989 Kim, Chris (’80,’81) ................................. 1983 Kim, James (’82,’83,’84,’85) ..................... 1986 Kim, Sean (’07,’08) ........................... 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 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) ............. 2010

K-K-K

L-L-L

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

Kashner, John C. (‘99)............................. 2001 Kaufman, Louis (’51,’52) ......................... 1953 Kavanaugh, Richard D. (’52,’53)............... 1954 Keating, Michael (’56) ............................. 1957 Keith, Robert (’76) .................................. 1979 Kelly, Colin (’61,’62,’63) ........................... 1963 Kelly, Frank (’60,’61,’62,’63) ..................... 1963 Kent, Jason (’98,’99,’00) .......................... 2002

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) ................... 2011


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Leatherman, Emory (’87,’88) ................... 1989 Lee, Edward (’62,’63) .............................. 1963 Lehman, Albert (’51)............................... 1952 Lessey, Samuel (’43,’44) .......................... 1945 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 Martinez, David (’85) .............................. 1988 Marley, John (’45,’46,’47,’48) .................... 1949 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 McHugh, John (’83,’84,’85) ...................... 1986 Mclinskey, Terence (’89) .......................... 1990 McMurray, William (’44) .......................... 1945 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 Mohney, James (’71) .............................. 1972 Monahan, Thomas (’46) .......................... 1947 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 Pfeiffer, Richard (’56) .............................. 1957 Phan, Wayne (’88) .................................. 1990 Pickett, Stephen (‘08) ...................... 2012 Pickett, Wesley (’95) ............................... 1999 Pickler, John (’63) ................................... 1965 Piechowiak, Wayne (’70,’71) .................... 1973 Pollin, George (’48) ................................. 1949 Post, Leo (’49,’50)................................... 1951

JOSE OLIVERO (USMA 1978)

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 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 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) ................... 2012 Robinson, David (’86,’87) ........................ 1990 Robinson, Jay (’90,’91,’92)....................... 1993 Rodemers, Michael (’75,’76,’78) ............... 1980 Rodgers, Benjamin (’93,’94,’95) ............... 1996

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ALEX SUNG (USMA 1982)

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 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) ........................ 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

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

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V-V-V

Vaccaro, Kenneth (’70,’71,’72) ................. 1973 Vanantwerp, Lucas (’96,’97,’98) ............... 1999 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) ....................... 2012 Wheeler, Wayne (’61,’62,63) .................... 1964 Whitacre, Joseph (‘08) ..................... 2012 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) ............................ 2009 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 2009. Years in parenthesis are years lettered. Year in right column is graduation year.


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