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2009 Men’s Soccer cooper

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PETTY, #3 Senior, Midfielder 2007, 2008 All-Patriot League

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Todd West, Head Coach • 3 NCAA Tournament Appearances in 9 Years


American Men’s Soccer By the Numbers 410:

All-Time Program Wins

88:

All-Time All-League Selections

83:

Wins Under Head Coach Todd West

75:

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Selections

66:

Career Goals by Michael Brady ‘85

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Years of AU Soccer

39:

All-South Atlantic Region Players

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All-Patriot League Honors Since 2001

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2008 PL Academic Honor Roll Selections Most of any Patriot League team

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Most Wins in a Season 19-3-2 overall record in 1985

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AU Players in Major League Soccer

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NCAA Tournament Appearances

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All-Americans

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Conference Players of the Year

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AU Players on U.S. Olympic Team

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Patriot League Regular Season Championships 2004, 2005, 2008

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Patriot League Championships 2001, 2004

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NCAA Championship Appearance 1985


2009 Schedule September D.C. College Cup Wed.

2

vs. George Washington

5:00 p.m.

(at George Mason) Sat.

5

at George Mason

7:30 p.m.

Fri.

11

PRINCETON

3:00 p.m.

Sun.

13

at Monmouth

1:00 p.m.

Sat.

19

WILLIAM & MARY

1:00 p.m.

Wed.

23

at Virginia Tech

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

26

at Bucknell *

4:00 p.m.

Wed.

30

at James Madison

7:00 p.m.

October Sun.

4

ARMY *

1:00 p.m.

Sat.

10

LAFAYETTE *

1:00 p.m.

Tues.

13

PENN

3:00 p.m.

Sat.

17

at Navy *

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

24

LEHIGH *

3:00 p.m.

Wed.

28

at Georgetown

3:00 p.m.

Sat.

31

at Holy Cross *

2:00 p.m.

November Tues.

3

at Virginia

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

7

COLGATE *

1:00 p.m.

Fri.

13

Patriot League Seminals

TBA

Sun.

15

Patriot League Finals

TBA

BOLD CAPS indicates home match * indicates Patriot League Opponent


2009 Quickfacts

Table of Contents

Location ...................... Washington, D.C. Founded ......................................... 1893 Enrollment ..................................... 6,023 Nickname..................................... Eagles Colors ........................ Red, White & Blue Afliation ........................ NCAA Division I Conference ...................... Patriot League Home Field ........................ Reeves Field President .........................Dr. Neil Kerwin Director of Athletics................... Keith Gill

Team Information Head Coach........................... Todd West Alma Mater ...............George Mason, ‘88 Record at AU ..................83-74-19 (.526) Years as Head Coach at AU ................. 9 Overall Record/Seasons................ Same Assistant Coach ............................Jeff Kinney .......................................... American, ‘03 Assistant Coach....................Kris Hazard ........................................ Wittenberg, ‘91 Assistant Coach.................. Nick Stames ..................................George Mason, ‘86 2008 Overall Record....................... 9-7-3 2008 Conference Record ............... 5-1-1 2008 Conference Finish ................. T-1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost........... 23/7 Starters Returning/Lost................... 10/ 1 Newcomers........................................... 8 M. Soccer Phone ............(202) 885-3014

The American University men’s soccer team captured its third Patriot League Regular Season Championship in 2008.

By the Numbers ......................... 3 2009 Schedule........................... 4 Men’s Soccer History............ 6-11 Head Coach Todd West ......12-13 Assistant Coaches ..............14-15

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2009 Roster ............................. 16 TV Roster ................................ 17 2009 Season Outlook .............. 18 Student-Athlete Bios ...........19-31

Athletics Communications

2009 Opponents .................32-33 2

Associate AD / Media Contact .............. Nancy Yasharoff Phone .............................(202) 531-0162 E-Mail ..Nancy.Yasharoff@american.edu

2008 Review .......................34-36

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All-Time Award Winners .......... 37 All-Time Academic Awards ...... 38 All-Time AU Records ............... 39

Assistant Director / Secondary M. Soccer Contact ............Howard Smith Phone .............................(202) 885-3032 Cell .................................(202) 531-0160 E-Mail .................Hsmith@american.edu

All-Time Series Records .....40-44 Year-By-Year Results .........45-49

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This is AU Soccer ...............50-63 Dr. Neil Kerwin, President........ 64

Assistant Director .......Andrew Chesebro Phone .............................(202) 885-3030 E-Mail ............ Chesebro@american.edu Website............................ AUeagles.com

Keith Gill, Director of Athletics . 65 Senior Staff .........................66-67 Staff Directory .....................68-69 2009 Team Poster ..............70-71

Address .. 4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW .......................................... Bender Arena ......................... Washington, D.C. 20016

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Player Development During head coach Todd West’s 14 years in association with American University soccer, he has been part of the program’s transformation into one that commands national respect and recognition. Since 1998, seven student-athletes have earned All-America honors and 10 have played professionally in Major League Soccer. “When we recruit studentathletes, we look for quality individuals, people who we feel will be successful at American and in their lives after college,” West said. “There are a lot of different ways to contribute something unique to our program and develop individually as a person.”

Trevor Ellis, ’99

Bobby Brennan, ’02

Sal Caccavale, ‘07

2001 All-South Atlantic Region

2005, ‘06 All-South Atlantic Region

1998 All-South Atlantic Region

Andrew Graham, ’95 Steve Giordano, ’86

1994 All-South Atlantic Region

1983 All-South Atlantic Region Stephen Franzke, ’98 1997 All-South Atlantic Region

Avery John, ’98 1996, ‘97 All-South

Since joining the Patriot League in 2001, American has had 27 All-Patriot League selections, including 19 to the First Team. In addition, the Eagles have earned several major Patriot League awards: - 2004 Offensive Player of the Year (Shawn Kuykendall) - 2004 Goalkeeper of the Year (Thomas Myers) - 3 Rookies of the Year (Andrew Herman 2001, Phil Purdy 2005 Matt Makowski 2008) - 2004 and 2008 Coach of the Year (Todd West)

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Atlantic Region Charlie Koniver, ‘05 Jon Hall, ’91 1990 All-South Atlantic Region

2004 All-South Atlantic Region Larry McDonald, ’03 2002 All-South Atlantic Region

Scott Weber, ’99 1998 All-South Atlantic Region

Antonio Otero, ’99 Shawn Kuykendall, ’05 2002, ‘03, ‘04 All-South Atlantic Region

1997 All-South Atlantic Region David Nahkid, ’87 1985, ’86 All-South Atlantic Region


Bobby Brennan, ‘03 D.C. United

Mike Behonick, ‘03 D.C. United

Sal Caccavale, ‘08 N.Y. Red Bulls

Chris Brown, ‘92 Dallas Burn

D.C. United • Mike Behonick, ‘02 • Bobby Brennan, ‘03 • Avery John, ‘98 • Shawn Kuykendall, ‘05 • Antonio Otero, ‘99 • Scott Pearson, ‘98

Dallas Burn (FC Dallas) • Chris Brown, ‘92

John Difey, ‘90 Tampa Bay Mutiny Avery John, ‘98 New England Revolution D.C. United

New York Red Bulls • Sal Caccavale, ‘08

David Nahkid, ‘88 New England Revolution Shawn Kuykendall, ‘05 D.C. United N.Y. Red Bulls

Scott Pearson, ‘98 D.C. United

Tampa Bay Mutiny • John Difey, ‘90

Antonio Otero, ‘99 D.C. United Miami Fusion F.C.

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National Honors & Teams All-Americans 1973 1983 1984 1985

Kurt Kuykendall Michael Brady Michael Brady (2nd Team) Michael Brady Keith Trehy (2nd Team) 1986 Keith Trehy (2nd Team) 1997 Scott Pearson (2nd Team)

U.S. National Team 1974 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Kurt Kuykendall Michael Brady Michael Brady Michael Brady Michael Brady John Difey

Kurt Kuykendall 1973 All-America

Michael Brady 1983, ‘84, ‘85 All-America

U.S. Olympic Team 1982 1983 1986 1988 1998

Scott Snyder Michael Brady Adrian Geyton John Difey Antonio Otero

U.S. Pan-Am Team 1974 Kurt Kuykendall Mark Lowenstein

U.S. Under-20 Team 2000 Nino Marcantonio

Scott Pearson 1997 All-America Keith Trehy 1985, ‘86 All-America

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Michael Brady The most decorated player in American University men’s soccer history, Michael Brady’s “14” is the only retired jersey number in program history. In his four years at American, Brady was named the 1985 NCAA Men’s Player of the Year by Soccer America, an All-American three times, and he led AU to the NCAA Tournament in 1984 and 1985 as AU advanced to the National Championship in 1985. A midfielder, Brady continues to hold the American University school records for goals in a career (66) as well as points (161). His 24 goals in 1985 are a single-season school record as are his 56 points. Brady was named the Most Valuable Offensive Player in the 1985 NCAA Championship match as he took eight shots in the eight overtime affair. In 1985 he also received the Adi Dassler Award from adidas as the top collegiate player of the year, was the runner-up for the Hermann Trophy and was named to the KICK Magazine All-America Team.

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NCAA Tournament Success For a school of its size, American University has a presence on the collegiate soccer scene that is as distinct as any program’s in the nation. Eight trips to the NCAAs in school history, wins over some of the biggest names in the sport, three appearances in the Sweet 16, two trips to the elite eight and a trip to the 1985 National Championship game have all combined to build a legacy that few collegiate soccer programs can match.

5,600 fans watched as AU defeated Hartwick in the NCAA Tournament Seminals at Reeves Field

Michael Brady accepts the NCAA runner-up trophy after an eight overtime affair against UCLA in the 1985 championship match

NCAA Tournament Results Year Opponent Result 1978 Clemson L, 0-4 1979 Virginia W, 1-0 Clemson L, 0-1 1984 George Mason W, 2-1 Virginia L, 0-1 1985 GEORGE MASON W, 3-1 South Carolina W, 2-0 HARTWICK W, 1-0 UCLA * L, 0-1 (8 OT) 1997 WILLIAM & MARY W, 2-1 (2 OT) MARYLAND W, 1-0 Virginia L, 1-2 2001 Ohio State W, 2-1 Wake Forest W, 3-0 North Carolina L, 0-1 2002 GEORGE WASHINGTON W, 1-0 Maryland L, 0-1 2004 LONG ISLAND UNIV. W, 3-0 Virginia L, 1-2

1985 NCAA Tournament Finalists

David Nahkid 1985, ‘86 All-South Atlantic Region

* NCAA Championship Game - AU and UCLA set an NCAA record (total minutes played) with an eight overtime championship.

Michael Brady 1985 NCAA Player of the Year

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1985

Led by NCAA Player of the Year Michael Brady, AU swept through the first two rounds of the 1985 NCAA Tournament, knocking off George Mason, 3-1, and South Carolina, 2-0. The Eagles went on to defeat Hartwick College, 1-0, in the third round in one of the greatest games in school history on Reeves Field. In the National Championship against UCLA, the Eagles battled the Bruins through eight overtimes, before UCLA scored the game-winner in what still remains the longest game in NCAA soccer history.

Bob Jenkins Head Coach 1992-99

Avery John 1996, 97 All-South Atlantic Region

1997

The Eagles made their fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1997. AU advanced to the Elite 8 with wins over William and Mary (2-1) and Maryland (1-0) for just the second time in school history. The Eagles fell to eventual national runner-up Virginia, 2-1 in double overtime.

2001

1997 NCAA Tournament Quarternalists

American reached the Sweet 16 for the third time in 2001 and finished ranked No. 15 in the country after falling to eventual NCAA champion, and No. 1-ranked, North Carolina, 1-0 in overtime. The Eagles began their magical run by defeating Ohio State, 2-1, and then earning a 3-0 decision over Wake Forest to advance to the third round.

2002

The Eagles recieved an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, earning their first back-to-back appearances in the field since 1984-85. American defeated George Washington, 1-0, in the first round before falling to Maryland by the same score in the second round.

2004

Antonio Otero 1997 All-South Atlantic Region

Scott Pearson 1997 All-America

American won a programbest 15 games and made its third NCAA Tournament appearance in the previous four seasons. The Eagles fell to Virginia, 2-1, in second round of the championship after defeating Long Island, 3-0, in the first round at Reeves Field.

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American University Men’s Soccer todd

WEST

Head Coach • 10th Season • George Mason, ‘88 • 83-74-19 Todd West enters his 10th season as the Eagles’ head coach and 14th overall season with the program. West has guided the Eagles to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Sweet 16 in 2001 and Second Round appearances in 2002 and 2004. In addition, he has led his squad to victory in four of seven D.C. College Cups, and has captured two Patriot League Championships. In 2008, West led the Eagles to a 5-1-1 Patriot League record, earning a share of the regular season crown. West was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year in 2008, the second time he has been honored with the award (also in 2004). In his career, West has accumulated an overall record of 83-74-19 (.526) and a conference mark of 38-19-7 (.648). AU continues to play schedules p y one of the most competitive p that Division I soccer has to offer, regularly scheduling matches match against top programs such as Boston Bost College, Connecticut, Duke, Maryland, Marylan New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio Oh State, Old Dominion, Penn State, Sta St John’s, Virginia, Virginia Tech Te and Wake Forest. The 2009 20 schedule includes ve contests against NCAA NCA Tournament teams from fro the 2008 campaign. NCAA Tournament Success In 2001, in just his second seco season at the helm at AU, West We led the Eagles into the national nation spotlight with a Patriot League Leag Championship and NCAA Sweet 16 League appearance. In the Patriot Leag Finals, the Eagles defeated Holy Ho Cross on penalty kicks, 4-3, to earn ea the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. In the NCAA Tournament, the t Eagles defeated Ohio State, 2-1, in the t opening round, and followed it up with w a 3-0 second round victory at Wake Wa 1-0 Forest. In the Sweet 16, AU fell 1 national in overtime to eventual nation

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champion North Carolina. AU completed the season with a 13-8-2 overall record, including 6-1 in the Patriot League. In 2002, the Eagles built on the momentum that had begun in the previous campaign. Throughout the season, AU was ranked in the national polls, peaking at 11th in the country. AU nished with a 13-7-2 record, including 4-2-1 in Patriot League play, nishing second in a conference that placed three teams in the NCAA Tournament. The Eagles boasted impressive non-conference wins over No. 9 Boston College and No. 18 Penn State, which helped them earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. AU hosted George Washington in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament, and defeated the Colonials, 1-0, before falling to Maryland in the second round, 1-0. In 2004, West recorded a career-high 15 wins as AU nished 15-6-2 overall and 6-1-0 in the Patriot League. The Eagles won both the Patriot League regular season and tournament championships in route to the team’s third NCAA Tournament appearance in four years. In the rst round of the NCAA Tournament, the Eagles defeated Long Island, 3-0, before coming up on the short end of a 2-1 decision to No. 4 Virginia in the second round. West was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year in 2004. Outside of AU In addition to his duties at American, West has worked as an assistant coach of the U-20 U.S. National Team, where he served under Head Coach Thomas Rongen. West also served as an assistant coach under Rongen with D.C. United, a three-time Major League Soccer (MLS) champion. While with United, West assisted in match preparation, player development, training sessions and scouting. Todd has coached U.S. Soccer Regional teams in international competitions in Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Portugal and the U-20 National team in the Netherlands. In the Beginning Before taking over the AU program, West spent four seasons as an assistant to former head coach Bob Jenkins. His tenure during that run was highlighted by the Eagles’ trip to the 1997 NCAA Quarternals and a No. 5 national ranking in that season. West’s career began as a stellar high school, club and Olympic Development Program (ODP) coach in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. He served as the head boy’s coach at Lake Braddock Secondary School from 1993 to 1996, where he compiled a record of 47-13-6. His Lake Braddock teams won three district titles (appearing in four) and the 1995 team captured the Northern Region and Virginia State Champion-

2-Time Patriot League Champions 2-Tim


American University Men’s Soccer ships and nished with a No. 12 national ranking in the nal poll. For his efforts, he was named 1995 NSCAA Virginia State Coach of the Year. One of the most accomplished youth club coaches in Virginia, West has served on the U.S. Region I U-14, U-15, U-16 and U-17 staff. He currently works with George O’Neil as the U-17 Regional coach. West also holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National “A” Coaching License. Playing Years A top-level student-athlete during his playing career, West is a 1988 graduate of George Mason University, where he was a four-year starter for the Patriots and received a bachelor of science in physical education and business. During his career at George Mason, West played in three NCAA tournaments and helped the program capture three Colonial Athletic Association championships. George Mason nished in the top 20 three times during his collegiate career. A native of Dallas, Texas, West currently resides in Falls Church, Va., with his wife, Samira (Sam), and daughters, Kyra (9) and Zoe (7).

West’s Year-By-Year Record Year 2000 2001

Record Conf. Record * 7-9-2 5-2-1 13-8-2 6-1-0

2002 2003 2004

13-7-2 7-9-1 15-6-2

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

2005 2006 2007 2008

7-9-1 6-10-3 6-9-3 9-7-3

5-2-0 2-3-2 3-2-2 5-1-1

83-74-19 (.526)

38-19-7 (.648)

Totals

Highlights Patriot League Champions NCAA Sweet 16 No. 14 national ranking NCAA Second Round Patriot League Champions NCAA Second Round Patriot League Coach of the Year PL Regular Season Co-Champions

PL Regular Season Co-Champions Patriot League Coach of the Year 3 NCAA Tournament berths 4 NCAA Tournament wins

* Colonial Athletic Association in 2000; Patriot League in 2001-08

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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American University Men’s Soccer jeff

kris

KINNEY

HAZARD

Assistant Coach 7th Season American ‘03

Assistant Coach 2nd Season Whittenberg ‘91

Jeff Kinney enters his seventh season at American University on the coaching sidelines. In his rst two years, he served as the team’s graduate assistant, but was elevated to rst assistant coach prior to the 2005 season. A 2003 graduate of AU, Kinney was known as one of the toughest players on the team, dominating play at mideld. Kinney has been involved with top level youth soccer in the area these past seven years. His club teams have won numerous national tournaments and have been consistently ranked in the top-10 in the country. He has worked with the Region I staff, as well as the D.C. United Youth Development Program. He previously served as the Director of Coaching for RFC, formerly known as the Reston Football Club, a nationally prominent club. Currently, Kinney is the assistant coach for the Under-18 D.C. United Academy, which nished in second place in the nation in this year’s U.S. Soccer Federation Academy League. “Jeff has been and continues to be involved in every facet of the program,” commented Head Coach Todd West. “He coordinates our recruiting effort and is a tremendous asset during training and matches. Jeff certainly has positioned himself to become a top Division I head coach in the very near future.”

Kris Hazard begins his second season as an assistant men’s soccer coach at American University. Hazard came to AU from Tri-State University, where he coached for two seasons. Prior to TSU, he served as the associate head coach at Wittenberg Univeristy in 2005 and as an assistant coach the two previous seasons. Hazard recently served as head coach of the Citadel U-16 boy’s team and the Ohio F.C. U-18 to U-13 boy’s teams. He holds a National “A” Coaching License. “Kris brings experience as a collegiate head coach and has an eye for identifying talent,” said Head Coach Todd West at the time of Hazard’s hiring. “His recruiting contacts open doors previously unavailable to the AU program and those elements will have a great impact in our recruiting process. He has already proven valuable on the training ground. He has a calm about him when working with our players that comes from the condence he has gained through his experiences. Kris will be involved in all facets of our program and we’re thrilled to have his insights as we strive to win the Patriot League Championship and win in the NCAA tournament.” Hazard graduated from Wittenberg with a Bachelor of Arts in speech/English. While at Wittenberg, Hazard was a four-year member of the soccer team and served as team captain. In his senior season, he was a North Coast Athletic Conference Second-Team All-Conference selections and the Wittenberg Team MVP.

During his playing career at AU, Kinney played a vital role on back-to-back NCAA Tournament teams in the 2001 and 2002 seasons. In 2001, the Eagles won the Patriot League Championship and reached the NCAA Sweet 16, losing to the eventual National Champion North Carolina in double overtime. In 2002, Kinney was named a Verizon Academic All-American and was honored with the Verizon Academic All-District II award. He also earned two-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, Penn State/Nike Classic All-Tournament Team, Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week and Soccer America Team of the Week honors. Kinney currently holds a USSF “B” National License. He resides in Reston, Va.

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2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer nick

zack

STAMES

SOLOMON

Assistant Coach 14th Season George Mason ‘86

Senior, Student Assistant Oyster Bay, N.Y. Locust Valley Major: Broadcast Journalism

Nick Stames enters his 14th season as an assistant coach at American University and his 10th as a member of Todd West’s staff. Stames’ primary responsibility is the development of AU’s goalkeepers.

Zack Solomon begins his rst season as a student assistant for the American University men’s soccer program. Solomon, a senior at American University, was a three-year varsity letterwinner on the squad from 2006-08 as a goalkeeper.

Under Stames’ tutelage, American goalkeeper Michael Behonick developed into one of the nest in the nation and was selected in the sixth round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft in 2003.

In addition to his responsibilities on the eld with the men’s soccer team, Solomon currently serves as the Patriot League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative. With that honor, he is one of 31 Division I National SAAC committee members, serving as a liaison between the Patriot League and the NCAA. The Division I SAAC speaks on the behalf of the entire Division I student-athlete body throughout the NCAA governance structure, and frequently attends events around the country to help drive this mission.

“Nick has a great deal of experience with goalkeepers at several different levels,” said Head Coach Todd West. “He is the rst exclusive goalkeepers’ coach we have had and his impact has been evident. With such a technical position, Nick gives our goalkeepers the instruction and technical support that will only benet their development.” Stames has spent 22 years as a physical education teacher at Herndon Middle School in Herndon, Va. During that span, he developed his coaching skills, serving as goalkeeper coach for the Virginia Region I Olympic Development Program. Prior to that involvement, he coached at Marshall and Herndon High Schools and at his alma mater, George Mason University. Stames is a 1986 graduate of George Mason, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in physical education. A standout in goal, Stames helped lead the club to two NCAA Tournament appearances and one Colonial Athletic Association title. A 1981 graduate of Lake Braddock High School, Stames and his wife, Linda, reside in Bristow, Va. The couple has two daughters, Caitlin and Kylie, and a son, Nicholas.

Solomon also acts as the president of American University’s SAAC. Additionally, he has been appointed as the director of student athletics and recreation for AU’s student government under the Presidents Cabinet. “Zack has been a tremoundous leader for our team during his three years at American,” commented Head Coach Todd West. “We’re thrilled to have Zack on board again this season, and look forward to his valuable contributions to the program.” Solomon, a broadcast journalism major, is from Oyster Bay, N.Y. He attended Locust Valley High School, where he accumulated over 600 saves in his high school soccer career. A two-time captain of his high school squad, Solomon earned All-Nassau County selection in both 2004 and 2005. He also competed on the New York Olympic Development Program (ODP) team, and played in the Junior Maccabi Games in St. Paul, Minn., where his squad won the bronze medal in 2005. In 2006, Solomon was honored with the Long Island Leadership Award for Sports.

2009 Coaching Staff (pictured left-to-right): Assistant Coach Kris Hazard, Assistant Coach Jeff Kinney, Head Coach Todd West, Assistant Coach Nick Stames, Student Assistant Zack Solomon

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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American University Men’s Soccer

2009 Roster

Class Breakdown Seniors (9) ................ Bryant, Char, Leonard, ...................................Liebner, Martinez, Petty, ............................................Smith, Yasur, Zizzi Juniors (7) ................Davin, Freimark, Kapus, ............................................ Menzie, Shannon, ............................................. Worden, Wysocki Sophomores (6) ............... Cender, Makowski, ...............................................Marino, Roberts, .......................................................Scott, Tilatti Freshmen (9) ..................... Abaie, Almodovar, ........................................ Boswell, Brownstein, ....................... DelGreco, Fernandez, Gokturk, ............................................ Goldman, Morales

Geographic Breakdown Virginia (7) .................. Abaie, Char, Gokturk, Goldman, Kapus, Menzie, Petty New Jersey (4) .................... Boswell, Cender, Freimark, Martinez Pennsylvania (4) ......... DelGreco, Makowski, Marino, Zizzi Maryland (3) ....... Shannon, Worden, Wysocki New York (3) ................. Davin, Liebner, Smith California (2) ............. Almodovar, Brownstein Florida (2) ........................... Fernandez, Yasur Texas (2) .............................. Morales, Roberts Canada (1) ............................................. Tillati Germany (1).......................................... Bryant Massachusetts (1) ............................ Leonard United Kingdom (1) ............................... Scott

Pronunciation Guide Abaie .................................................... Ah-bye Almodovar ................................Al-mo-doe-var Brownstein .................................. Brown-stine Char .................................................Shar-fee Freimark ........................................... Fry-mark Adem Gokturk ...................... Adam Goak-turk Kapus...............................................Cah-poos Tilatti ......................................................Till-ati Yasur ................................................... Yass-or

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No 16 28 29 27 4 21 30 11 44 25 12 22 6 2 26 20 1 17 99 23 19 3 33 7 10 5 24 9 13 8 18

Name Pos. Year Zach Abaie M Fr. Alex Almodovar GK Fr. John Boswell M/D Fr. Adam Brownstein GK Fr. Cooper Bryant D Sr.

Ht. Hometown/High School 5-10/155 Stafford, Va./Stafford 6-0/180 Valencia, Calif./Chaminade College Prep 6-0/165 Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West 5-11/185 Menlo Park, Calif./Menlo Atherton 6-3/180 Niederhausen-Oberseelbach, Germany/ General HH Arnold American Chris Cender M So. 6-2/170 Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery Nidhal Char M/F Sr. 5-10/165 Alexandria, Va./Thomas A. Edison Jamie Davin M/D Jr. 6-0/180 Manlius, N.Y./Fayetteville-Manlius David DelGreco F Fr. 5-10/170 Pittsburgh, Pa./Seton LaSalle Michael Fernandez D/M Fr. 5-9/165 Weston, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Jon Freimark D Jr. 6-4/205 Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery Adem Gokturk D Fr. 6-1/165 Annandale, Va./Annandale Seth Goldman D/M RS Fr. 6-2/180 Fairfax, Va./Robinson Secondary School Nick Kapus M Jr. 6-2/190 Burke, Va./Robinson Ryan Leonard GK Sr. 5-10/170 Braintree, Mass./Thayer Academy Christopher Liebner F/M Sr. 5-8/165 Corning, N.Y./Corning East Matt Makowski GK So. 6-4/200 Quakertown, Pa./Faith Christian Academy Mike Marino F So. 6-2/190 Fort Washington, Pa./Chestnut Hill Academy Luis Martinez M Sr. 5-6/145 Morristown, N.J./Morristown David Menzie M Jr. 6-0/175 Chantilly, Va./Chantilly Ryan Morales M Fr. 6-0/170 Dallas, Texas/Jesuit College Prep Cameron Petty D/M Sr. 5-11/185 Woodbridge, Va./Osbourn Park Michael Roberts D So. 5-7/135 Rowlett, Texas/Rowlett Jack Scott F So. 6-0/170 York, U.K./Tadcaster Grammar School Daniel Shannon M/F Jr. 5-11/170 Frederick, Md./Tuscarora Karsten Smith D Sr. 6-3/180 Huntington Station, N.Y./Walt Whitman Alex Tilatti M So. 6-1/175 Thornhill, Canada/St. Elizabeth Catholic Mike Worden F Jr. 6-0/165 Silver Spring, Md./Montgomery Blair Mark Wysocki D Jr. 6-1/175 Waldorf, Md./Westlake Dor Yasur D Sr. 5-11/170 Boca Raton, Fla./Donna Klein Jewish Academy Colin Zizzi M Sr. 5-8/150 Carlisle, Pa./Carlisle

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer

2 Nick Kapus Junior • Midelder

3 Cameron Petty

Sophomore • Goalkeeper

1 Matt Makowski

Senior • Defender

4 Cooper Bryant Senior • Defender

5 Karsten Smith Senior • Defender

7 Jack Scott Sophomore • Forward

8 Dor Yasur Senior • Defender

9 Mike Worden

10 Daniel Shannon Junior • Midelder

11 Jamie Davin Junior • Midelder

12 Jon Freimark

Junior • Forward

13 Mark Wysocki

16 Zach Abaie Freshman • Midelder

17 Mike Marino Sophomore • Forward

18 Colin Zizzi Senior • Midelder

19 Ryan Morales Freshman • Midelder

20 Christopher Liebner

Junior • Defender

21 Chris Cender Sophomore • Midelder

22 Adem Gokturk Freshman • Defender

23 David Menzie

24 Alex Tilatti Sophomore • Midelder

25 Michael Fernandez

Junior • Midelder

26 Ryan Leonard Senior • Goalkeeper

27 Adam Brownstein Freshman • Goalkeeper

28 Alex Almodovar Freshman • Goalkeeper

29 John Boswell Freshman • Midelder

30 Nidhal Char Senior • Midelder

33 Michael Roberts Sophomore • Defender

44 David DelGreco

99 Luis Martinez

Todd West Head Coach

Jeff Kinney Assistant Coach

Kris Hazard Assistant Coach

Nick Stames Assistant Coach

Zack Solomon Student Assistant

Senior • Midelder

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Freshman • Defender

6 Seth Goldman RS Freshman • Defender

Junior • Defender

Senior • Forward

Freshman • Forward

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American University Men’s Soccer

2009 Season Outlook The American University men’s soccer team is looking to build off its success from a 2008 campaign that saw the Eagles earn a share of Patriot League Regular Season Championship. AU returns 13 student-athletes who started at least one game in 2008, as well as six of the top seven goal scorers from a year ago. Two-time Patriot League Coach of the Year Todd West also will have the services of his starting backline from last season, including Cooper Bryant, who has been named the Patriot League Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. The Forwards: The Eagles will look at a group of experienced strikers to make big contributions this season. AU returns both of its starting strikers from 2008 -- sophomore Jack Scott, who led the team in points (nine), and junior Mike Worden, who nished second on the team in assists in 2008. Junior Daniel Shannon had two game-winning goals for the Eagles last season, and should provide solid depth. Seniors Chris Liebner and Luis Martinez, as well as sophomore Mike Marino and freshman David DelGreco should all see time on the pitch this year. The Mideld: The deepest position will be in the mideld for the Eagles, as they return ve student-athletes who made at least one start in 2008. The group is led by seniors Cameron Petty and Colin Zizzi. Petty, a two-time All-Patriot League Second Team honoree, provides an attacking mentality to the ank position. Zizzi has played in 44 games in his collegiate career and provides a consistent and hard working mentality to the middle of the pitch. Senior Nidhal Char and juniors David Menzie and Jamie Davin should earn time out on the ank. Juniors Nikki Kapus, Jon Freimark, and Mark Wysocki, as well as sophomore Seth Goldman, will compete for time on the pitch. Freshmen Ryan Morales, Zach Abaie and John Boswell should provide quality depth and push for playing time as well. The Defense: The back line will be a strong point for American since the Eagles return all four starters from a year ago. The defense will be anchored by All-Patriot League First Team selections Bryant and Karsten Smith. Senior Dor Yasur and sophomore Alex Tilatti should also build on their performances from 2008. Sophomores Mike Roberts and Chris Cender, both of whom saw game action in 2008, will provide solid depth for the Eagles. Wysocki and Freimark should also see time in the back, along with freshmen Adam Gokturk and Michael Fernandez. The Goalkeepers: The Eagles will be led between the pipes by 2008 Patriot League Rookie of the Year Matt Makowski. Senior Ryan Leonard, as well as freshmen Alex Almodover and Adam Brownstein, will provide solid depth behind Makowski.

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2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer cooper BRYANT, #4

captain of his Europe ODP squad ... won a Belgian national championship playing with a D-II U-17 team.

Senior • Defender Niederhausen-Oberseelbach, Germany

General HH Arnold American Major: Health Promotion 2008: Named National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas All-Mid-Atlantic Third Team … earned as All-Patriot League First Team honors … named team MVP … recognized as Patriot League Brine Player of the Week on 10/20 for leading AU to wins versus Georgetown (10/14) and at Lehigh (10/18) … team co-captain … appeared in all 18 games, including 17 starts … led a strong defensive unit that allowed 1.16 goals against average … registered ve shots … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second time in career ... tabbed as 2009 Patriot League Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. 2007: Started in all 16 games he played … named the Brine Patriot League Defender of the Week on Sept. 10 for orchestrating a defensive effort that allowed just one goal in 180 minutes of action and allowed just 12 shots in AU’s 2-0 win over Princeton (9/7) and 2-1 victory over Bowling Green (9/9) … red four shots, putting one on goal. 2006: Anchored a defense that allowed just 28 goals all season ... provided a physical presence on corners ... played and started in 17 games ... was named Patriot League Brine Rookie of the Week on 10/17 for his efforts in leading a defense that gave up only two goals in 203 minutes and 16 shots on goal in two games at No. 6 West Virginia (10/11) and at Colgate (10/14) ... scored his rst career goal and his rst-ever game-winner with a tally in the 46th minute to give AU a 2-1 win over Loyola (9/10) … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Earned three letters in soccer ... named First Team All-Europe for high schools in 2004 ... high school team won European championship in 2003 and were the runners-up in 2001 ... named All-American while playing for the Region I ODP team in Chula Vista, Calif. ... named

Personal: Son of Karen and Orlan Bryant ... has two siblings, Amanda (21) and Chris (19)... majoring in health promotion. - Favorite sports movie: Baseketball - Favorite class: Strategies in Stress Reduction - I’m totally addicted to: Coca-Cola - Favorite sports team: Bayern Munich BRYANT CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS G 17-17 1 16-16 0 18-17 0 51-50 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 0 2

nidhal

Shots 7 4 5 16

SOG 3 1 2 6

GW 1 0 0 1

CHARFI, #30

Senior • Midfielder Alexandria, Va. Univ. of Florida/Thomas A. Edison

Major: Business Admin. 2008: Played in 10 games after transferring to American A from the University of Florida … registered four shots, s three of which were on goal … red two shots on goal against Bucknell (11/8) … played a career-high 50 minutes minute at Maryland Roll. (9/23) … named to Patriot League Academic Honor H High School: Played varsity soccer at Thomas Thom A. Edison High School ... was a Tunisian U-17 and U-20 National Team selection ... played youth club soccer for Team America Premier of Northern Virginia and Paris St. Germain of France ... Paris St. Germain team won Under-18 FFF National Championship. Personal: Son of Zakia and Moncef Char ... has one sibling, Mehdi (18) … majoring in business administration with concentration in international business. - Favorite sports movie: Remember the Titans - Favorite sports team: Arsenal FC - Favorite athlete: Zinedine Zidane - I’m totally addicted to: Green tea

CHARFI CAREER STATS Year 2008 Total

GP-GS G 10-0 0 10-0 0

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 4 4

SOG 3 3

GW 0 0

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American University Men’s Soccer ryan

christopher LIEBNER, #20

LEONARD, #26

Senior • Goalkeeper

Senior • Midfielder

Braintree, Mass. Thayer Academy Major: Business Admin.

Corning, N.Y. Corning East Major: Business Admin.

2008: Played in three games, registering over 77 minutes of action … made ve saves, including three at Virginia (10/28) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the second straight season.

2008: Appeared in two games for the Eagles … made rst career appearance in victory against Howard (8/29) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second time in his career.

2007: Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2007: Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll … one of just seven Patriot League student-athletes to earn a perfect 4.0 GPA in the fall semester.

2006: Played in three games, starting two ... led team with a 1.19 goals against average ... made 10 saves on the season while registering a 1-1 record ... shut out No. 6 West Virginia (10/11) for nearly 90 minutes in rst career start before losing in overtime ... had six saves in 2-1 overtime win over Pennsylvania (10/18). High School: Competed on varsity squad at Thayer Academy ... led his squad to its rst undefeated season and league title in school history ... named First Team All-Independent School League ... notched 21 shutouts in his nal two seasons ... started 57 straight games at goalie, registering 25 shutouts … also earned four varsity letters in track and eld and two in basketball. Personal: Son of AnnMarie and Tim Leonard ... has one sister, Kaela (24)...majoring in business administration with concentrations in nance and management. - Favorite spot on campus: Kogod School of Business Lab - Favorite class: Real Estate Finance - Ideal future job: Sports agent LEONARD CAREER STATS Year GP-GS Min GA Saves Save Pct. So. 2006 3-2 226:35 3 10 .769 0 2007 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2008 3-0 77:42 1 5 .833 0 Total 6-2 304:17 4 15 .789 0

W-L-T 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0

High School: Earned four letters in soccer at Corning East High School ... accumulated seven goals and 15 assists in senior season … recognized with George Bacalles Memorial Award for being the Outstanding Student-Athlete in his high school ... named to the All-Southern Tier Athletic Conference West Team three times ... also competed on varsity tennis team … earned spot on honor roll all four years. Personal: Son of Nancy and Daniel Liebner ... has one sister, Marleah (23) ... previously served as treasurer of the National Hispanic Business Association at AU ... majoring in business administration with concentrations in nance and accounting. - Favorite spot on campus: Kogod School of Business - Favorite class: Financial Modeling - Favorite movie: Cool Runnings - Ideal future job: CFO at aerospace and defense company LIEBNER CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS G 0-0 0 2-0 0 2-0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0

SOG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

Class of 2010

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2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer luis

MARTINEZ, #99

cameron

PETTY, #3

Senior • Midfielder

Senior • Defender

Morristown, N.J. Syracuse Univ./Morristown Major: Business Admin.

Woodbridge, Va. Osbourn Park Major: CLEG

2008: Appeared in all 18 games, including ve starts … registered a career-high eight points on three goals and two assists … tied for second most points on team … career-high three points at North Carolina State (9/5) and Georgetown (10/14), recording a goal and assist in each game game … tied for team lead in game-winning goals with two (at North Carolina State on 9/5 and in overtime against Bucknell on 11/8). 1/8). played 2007: Started 16 of 18 games pla ayed at Syracuse ... named Third Team All-BIG A EAST ... recorded two assists ... had h assists versus Pittsburgh and Rutgers. Rutge ers.

High School: Soccer letterwinner at Morristown High School ... played club soccer with PDA and World Class SC 2004 ... attended the Adidas ESP in 20 004 ... named one of top 150 best players in U.S. ... was a member of the 2003 and 2004 New Jersey State Team m and the Region I Olympic Development Team. Personal: Son of Alcira and Eduardo ardo Martinez ... one of eight children ... born in Santa Cruz, Bolivia olivia ... developed skills and played in several international tournaments urnaments with prestigious Tahuichi Academy in Bolivia ... majoring ajoring in business administration with concentration in nance. ce. - Favorite subject in school: Math - Favorite quote: “If you want something, mething, work for it.”

High School: Played varsity soccer at Osbourn Park High School ... captain as a senior ... named Northwest Region co-MVP, Cedar Run District MVP and Osbourn Park MVP after senior season ... named First Team AllState and Washington Post All-Met ... named Osbourn Park Male Athlete of the Year ... scored 31 points (11 goals and nine assists) in senior year ... Honorable Mention All-State in junior season ... trained with PSV-Eindhoven youth team ... member of the 2007 Virginia State Cup Champion. Personal: Son of Janice and Steve ... Petty ... has one sister, Lauren .. .... member of Dime, a Dozen Acapella group on campus ... also active with AU SAWG (Sexual Assault Work Group) ... majoring in CLEG (communications, legal institutions, economics and government) with minor in business administration. -F Favorite it sports t movie: i Big Bi Green G - Favorite sports team: Manchester United

MARTINEZ CAREER STATS Shots 22 22 11 55

2007: Named All-Patriot League Second Team … only player season on team to start all 18 games of the se eason … netted rstcareer goal at Pennsylvania (10/9) … team’s te eam’s second-leading shooter with 29 shots, putting 11 on goal. goa al. .... red 15 shots on the 2006: Played in 19 games, starting 12 .. season, putting two on goal.

Syracuse’s 2006: Started 15 of Syracuse’ ’s 16 matches ... second on team with three assists ... had an assist in his rst collegiate game, against Niagara ... also had assists versus Albany and Hartwick ... named a BIG EAST Academicc All-Star ... member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2006* 16-15 0 3 3 2007* 18-16 0 2 2 2008 18-5 3 2 8 Total 52-36 3 7 13 * At Syracuse University

2008: Earned All-Patriot League Second Team honors for second consecutive year … played in all 19 games, including 18 starts … accumulated four points on one goal and two … named to the assists … recorded goal against Army (11/3) ( Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

SOG N/A N/A 7 7

GW 0 0 2 2

PETTY CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS 19-12 18-18 19-18 56-48

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

G 0 1 1 2

A 0 0 2 2

Pts 0 2 4 6

Shots 15 29 22 66

SOG 2 11 9 22

GW 0 0 0 0

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American University Men’s Soccer karsten

SMITH, #5

dor

YASUR, #8

Senior • Defender

Senior • Defender

Huntington Station, N.Y. Walt Whitman Major: Business Admin.

Boca Raton, Fla. Donna Klein Jewish Academy Major: Business Admin.

2008: Selected to All-Patriot League First Team m … team cocaptain … Patriot League Brine Player of the Week on 10/6 for his game-tying goal at Lafayette (10/3) … started arted in all 17 games in which he played … tied for third on team in goals with three … tallied seven points, tied for third most on squad … second on team in minutes played with 1,592. 2.

2008: Started in a all 18 games in which he appeared … n named Patriot League Brine Defensive player player of the Week on 10/27 for scoring scoring game-winning goal versus Holy Cross … third on team C with 1,571 … in minutes played p registered three points (one goal t and one assist) … took eight shots, shotss, three of which were on goal … named to Patriot Patriiot League Academic Honor Roll for third d consecutive season … also represented d the United States in in Israel. the 2009 Maccabi games g

2007: Named to All-Patriot League Second Team am … started all 17 games he played in … scored rst-career goal at South Florida (9/15) … recorded 10 shots, putting ve on goal. 2006: Played in 15 games, starting four ... red ed four shots on the season ... helped anchor a defense that allowed 1.40 goals per game. High School: Varsity letterwinner and team captain ca aptain at Walt W Whitman High School … named all-county and an nd all-conferall-con nference … served as captain for his Empire State Games team te eam leading ... played club soccer for BW Gottschee, lea ding team m to State Cup titles at U-14 and U-15, and to the nals at U-16 U traveled Italy ... played for the U-17 state champions ... trave eled to Ita ly to play in the Viarregio Tournament. Tourn nament. Personal: Son of Thao and and Ken Smith Sm mith ... two brothers, Sebast Sebastian ian (17) and Jannon (10) ... majoring majorin ng in business busin ness administration with h concentraconcen ntrations in n international internatio onal marketing marketiing and entrepreneurship. eurship - Favorite spot on Campus: Camp Reeves Field - One thing most people don’t d know about me: Played tromtr bone in a band - Things I can’t live withw out: Soccer and music

2007: Played in ve e games, including two starts … recorded one shot … named to Academic Patriot League Aca ademic Honor Roll for second time in career. care eer. 2006: Appeared in 13 games, starting 11 unit that alkey member of a defensive d lowed 1.40 goals per p game ... registered his rst career point po oint with an assist in a (10/7) … tallied 4-2 win over Holy Cross C seven shots, including two tw wo on goal ... named to League Honor Roll ... also P Patriot alsso played on the Guatemalan U-21 national team. …

School: High Sc hool: Earned four varsity lette letters in soccer at Donna Klein Jewish wish Academy ... two-year captain … named First Team All-County -County after senior season ... named First Team AllCounty and Boca Raton Player of the Year after junior season. Personal: al: Son of Vered and Yoram Yasur ... has three siblings, Maya, aya, Hila and Shany ... majoring in business administration with a minor in Spanish. - One thing most people don’t know about me: I was born in Guatemala - Must have item in travel bag: iPod - Favorite class: Business Management

SMITH CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Total

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GP-GS 15-4 17-17 17 17 17-17 49-38

G 0 1 3 4

A 0 0 1 1

Pts 0 2 7 9

YASUR CAREER STATS Shots 4 10 19 33

SOG 1 5 11 17

GW 0 0 0 0

Year 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS 13-11 5-2 18-18 36-31

G 0 0 1 1

A 1 0 1 2

Pts 1 0 3 4

Shots 7 1 8 16

SOG 2 0 3 5

GW 0 0 1 1

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer colin

ZIZZI, #18

jamie

DAVIN, #11

Senior • Midfielder

Junior • Midfielder

Carlisle, Pa. Carlisle Major: Business Admin.

Manlius, N.Y. Fayetteville-Manlius Major: Business Admin.

2008: Played in all 19 games of the campaign, including 18 starts … recorded assist against Bucknell (11/8) … registered a career-high in minutes played (1,248) and shots (16) … took two shots on goal at Colgate (11/1) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for third straight season.

2008: Played in all 19 games, starting one at Lafayette (10/3) … had a team-high four f assists … scored one goal against Bucknell (11/8) … accumulated ac six points … took 16 shots, four of which were on o goal …named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Roll

2007: Started seven of the 16 games he played … registered an assist at Penn (10/9) … put four of 11 shots on goal … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second consecutive year.

18 games, including 11 starts … started 2007: Played in all 1 season opener versus George Washington rst game in AU’s sea game-winning-goal in team’s 2-1 win at George Ma… netted game-winni putting six on goal. son (9/2) … red 16 shots, s

2006: Played in 10 games, starting four ... earned his rst career point with an assist in a 2-1 overtime victory over Penn (10/18) ... nished the season with one point on seven shots ... four of his shots were on net … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. R ll. Ro

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Fayette... accumulated 137 career points ville-Manlius High School Sc assists) (55 goals and 27 assi ists) ... named All Central New York First Team in 2006 ... earned ea arned All-CNY Second a Team honors in 2005 5 … named to Onondagoa High School League Lea ague (OHSL) Second Team in 2004 and 2005 2005 ... recognized as OHSL HonorHo onoro able Mention in 2003 200 03 ... 0 participated in the Friend Friend Fr to Friend Special EducaEd ducad tion Program.

High School: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Carlisle High School ... tallied 44 points (13 goals and 18 assists) in senior season … recognized as Mid-Penn Commonwealth Division Player of the Year as a senior … also named all-state, regional all-american and team MVP ... earned First Team AllConference AAA Commonwealth Division after junior year ... member of the Super Nova FC 87 since 1995. Personal: Son of Paula and Anthony Zizzi ... has two siblings, Marisa (24) and Brennan (17) ... Marisa competed in eld hockey for Robert Morris ... majoring in business administration with concentrations in international nance and accounting. - Favorite places on campus: Reeves Field and The Quad - Favorite athlete: Cesc Fabregas - Favorite board game: Chess

Kathleen Personal: Son of Ka athleen and Patrick Davin ... has two sisters, Elizabeth h (22) and Elizabeth Erika (18) … sister El E lizabeth played collegiate eld hockey hocke ey at Ithaca Cole currently lege, while Erika cur rrrently competes on Lawrence soccer team at St. La awrence ... majoring a in business administration administrration with concentrations in international internation nal business and marketing. - Hidden Talent: Golf The Big - Favorite Sports Movie: M Green - Favorite D.C. monument: ument: Lincoln Memorial - Three People I’d Like to Have Dinner With: Tiger Woods, Sir Alex Ferguson, and Jessica Alba

ZIZZI CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS 10-4 16-7 19-18 45-29

G 0 0 0 0

A 1 1 1 3

Pts 1 1 1 3

Shots 7 11 16 34

SOG 4 4 3 11

GW 0 0 0 0

DAVIN CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS 18-11 19-1 37-12

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

G 1 1 2

A 0 4 4

Pts 2 6 8

Shots 16 16 32

SOG 6 4 10

GW 1 0 1

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American University Men’s Soccer jon

FREIMARK, #12

Junior • Midfielder

Belle Mead, N.J. Montgomery Major: International Studies

Burke, Va. Robinson Secondary School Major: Business Admin.

2007: Saw action in all 18 games … scored rst-career er goal in 2-1 win over Bowling Green (9/9) … took eight shots, ts, registering three shots on goal … named to Patriot League ue Academic Honor Roll. High School: Played varsity soccer for three years att Montgomery High School … recognized to All-Central Jerseyy Team … high school teammate with AU sophomore Chris Cender ... also competed in track and eld … served as captain ptain of both teams … named All-Somerset County and All-Skyland Skyland Conference in both soccer and track ... earned MVP P honors in both soccer and track, and earned the Scholar-Athar-Athlete Award at high school ... selected for Super Y National ational Olympic Development Program camp ... member of National ational Honor Society. Personal: Son of Lewis and Nancy Freimark ... has as one brother, Joshua (18) ... majoring in international studies es with a minor in Chinese. - Favorite sports movie: Hoosiers - One thing most people don’t know about me: I enjoy hiking - Favorite spot on campus: Amphitheatre FREIMARK CAREER STATS GP-GS 18-0 7-0 25-0

G 1 0 1

KAPUS, #2

Junior • Defender

2008: Played in seven games … took ve shots, four of them on goal … red two shots on goal in the overtime session against James Madison (9/17) … played 48 minutes at Lafayette (10/3) and versus Georgetown (10/14) … one of four Patriot League student-athletes to achieve a perfect 4.0 GPA in fall 2008 … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second consecutive season.

Year 2007 2008 Total

nick

A 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 2

Shots 8 5 13

SOG 3 4 7

GW 0 0 0

2008: Played in 17 games, starting 10 … scored rst career goal against Howard (8/29) … also scored against Bucknell (11/8)) … career-high four points … recorded eight shots on goal … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2007:: Started 17 of the 18 games he played in … put eight of the 21 1 shots he took on net … recorded an assist in team’s (10/13). 1-0 win wi against i t Navy N (10/13) High School: Competed at Robinson Secondary Secon ndary School ... named Fairfax County Coun ty Player of the Year ... First Team All-Met, All-Me et, all-state and all-distrcit ... recognized recog gnized as a Robinson Secondary ondar ry / Athletic Scholar from 2004 to 2006 ... also lettered in basketball ba asketball and football … named All-District Honorable Hono rable Mention at cornerback corne erback in 2006 ... was a DECA / Athletic Athlet tic Scholar (maintaining a 3.5 season). GPA during d Personal: Perso onal: Son of Susan and Francc Kapus ... was born in Slovenia ... majoring in business administration minist tration with concentration marketing. in ma arketing. - If I could c have one superpower: powe r: Telekinesis Must - Mu ust have item in travel bag: iPod - Favorite vorite D.C monument: Washington hington Monument - Bestt bowling score: 203 KAPUS CAREER STATS Year GP-GS 2007 18-17 2008 17-10 Total 35-27

24

G 0 2 2

A Pts 1 1 0 4 1 5

Shots 21 17 38

SOG 8 8 16

GW 0 0 0

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer david

MENZIE, #23

daniel

Junior • Midfielder

Junior • Midfielder

Chantilly, Va. Chantilly Major: Business Admin.

Frederick, Md. Tuscarora Major: Business Admin.

2008: Played in 18 games, starting 17 … recorded three goals, tying for third most on team … tied for second on team with eight points … scored a career-high two goals against Howard (8/29) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the second consecutive season. 2007: Made 15 appearances, including nine starts … led team in shot-on-goal percentage perccentage at .750, putting six of eight shotss on goal … tied for team-best g two assists … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Earned four varsity soccer letters at Chantilly High School … named First Team All-District in 2007 ... earned Concorde District Player of the Year after senior season ... selected All-Region Honorable Mention and Second Team Washington Post All-Met in 2007 ... MVP of his high school team after notching 13 goals and 10 assists ... named First F Team All-District with registering re egistering ve goals and eight eig ght assists in 2005 ... led his club teams, Reston FC/ BRYC C Premier 88, to four State Cup Championships Cha ampionships in seven years ...... member of th the he National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Societyy.

2008: Made 15 appearances, including eight starts … tied for second on the team with w three goals … scored a career- high two goals against Pri Princeton (9/12), including the game winner … led team with two tw game-winning goals … game-winner came against Howard (8/29) and Princeton (9/12) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2007: Appeared in all 18 games with 17 starts … led team in goals (three), assists (two), points (eight) and game-winning in 2-0 win over Princgoals (three) g ( ) … netted rst career goal g eton (9/7), which wass also the game-winner … also scored game-winning goals in wins over Army (9/29) and Navy (10/13) … named BRINE BR RINE Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Octoberr 1 with game-winning goal and an asover sist in 2-1 victory ove er Army (9/29) … named BRINE Patriot League Men’s Soccerr Rookie of the Week on October 14 after scoring game-winning game-winn ning goal versus Navy (10/13). High Sc School: chool: A four-year starter at Tuscarora High School Scchool ... two-year captain … team MVP in last three seasons … nished high school with 104 points (44 goals and 16 assists) … leading lea ading scorer for Frederick County Public Schools in both 2004 and 2005 ... threeS time Frederick County All-Gazette First Team ... Frederick News Post Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006 ... Frederick Gazette Player ... 2006 Washington Post All- Met of the Year in 2006 2 Second Team Tea am ... member of the 2006 NSCAA Adidas High School All-South Team ... won the MaryS land Sch Scholar holar Award ... graduated with Honors ... played club for ve years with Bethesda United and one on ne with FC Delco ... three-time member of the Maryland Olympic Development program team tea am ... led club team to national nal four in 2005 and 2006 ... club team won the i 2004, 2004 2 Maryland State Cup in 2002, 2004 and 2006.

Personal: P l Son S off Janelle J ll and d Keith K ith Menzie M i ... has h one sister, Katie (18) ... majoring in economics with a minor in statistics/applied ed mathematics.

Personal: Son of Diane and Dave Shannon ... two brothers, Greg and Andy... majoring joring in business administration, specializing in marketing.

- Favorite sports team: FC Barcelona, Washington Redskins - Favorite Sports Movie: Happy Gilmore - I’m totally addicted cted to: Candy

SHANNON CAREER STATS

MENZIE CAREER REER STATS Year 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS 15-8 18-17 33-25

G 0 3 3

SHANNON, #10

A 2 2 4

Pts 2 8 10

S Shots 8 17 25

SOG 6 10 16

GW G 0 0 0

Year 2007 2008 Total

G GP-GS GS 18-17 15-8 33-25

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

G 3 3 6

A 2 1 3

Pts 8 7 15

S Shots 39 15 54

SOG 18 3 21

G GW 3 2 5

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American University Men’s Soccer mike

WORDEN, #9

mark

WYSOCKI, #13

Junior • Forward

Junior • Defender

Silver Spring, Md. Montgomery Blair Major: CLEG

Waldorf, Md. Westlake Major: Business Admin.

2008: Appeared in 18 games, including 14 starts … recorded two assists against North Carolina State (9/5) … scored game winning goal at Lehigh h (10/18) … second on team with 12 shots on goal … named med to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second straight ht season ... also competed on D.C. United ed Under-20 team, which reached seminals at national tournament. 2007: Played in all 18 games, s, starting 11 … team’s second-leading scorer er with ve points, netting two goals and tallying g one assist … scored rst-career goal in team’s am’s 2-0 win over Princeton (9/7) … took team’s ’s third-most shots with 21 total, putting seven on net … named to Patriot League Academic Honor onor Roll. High School: Played three years of varsity soccer at Montgomery Blair High School ... was named captain in his senior season, leading his team to its rst division title in n 30 years ... earned spot on All-Montgomery County nty team ... named All-Metro Honorable Mention n by the Washington Post ... an all-state honorable e mention selection ... president of Financial Club ... .. was a four-time Honor Roll student ... a four-time scholar-athlete. cholar-athlete.

2008: Played in six games … recorded two assists, one against Howard How (8/29) and other at Virginia (10/28) … named to Patriot Le League Academic Honor Roll for the second consecutive season se ... also served as D.C. United U-20 team 2009 … team reached Super-Y U-20 national semicaptain in 20 nals in 2008 200 and 2009. Started nine of the 13 games he played 2007: Starte d in … recorded his rst rs career assist in team’s 2-0 victory ry over Lehigh (10/27) … named to Patriot League Academic ademic Honor Roll. High School: Played four years of varsity rsity soccer at Westlake High School ... three-time team Westl am captain … three-time all-county and All-Southern Maryland threearyland Athletic Conference (SMAC) … named MVP of All-Extra and Con SMAC in senior season … earned all-state state honors in senior season … started every game in freshman campaign, leading squad to Maryland South Regional championship and SMAC Championship … attended 2006 Adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) ... wass a member of E 2002-06 Maryland Olympic Development Team Ma m (ODP), and served as a captain in 2006 ... member of the e 2005 Region 1 ODP OD Championship Team ... earned d an academic achievement award in Advanced Placement a cement Statistics tic and Minds in Motion ... member er of Westlake High Hig School Principal’s Honor List (3.9 9 GPA).

Personal: Son of Monique Ernst and Fred Worden ... has one sister, Annie (18) … Annie plays collegiate soccer at Fordham … majoring ng in CLEG (communications, economics, legal institutions and government) with a minor in nance.

Personal: Personal Son of Janet and Adam Wysocki cki … has two siblings, Sean Se (17) and Megan (13) … father, Adam, played football at University of Michigan … majoring in U n business administration with minor in mathematics.

- Favorite spot on campus: Reeves Field - I’m totally addicted to: Chipotle

- Favorite sports movie: The Replacements - Favorite sports team: Liverpool FC WYSOCKI CAREER STATS

WORDEN CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 Total

GP-GS 18-11 18-14 36-25

G 2 1 3

A 1 3 4

Pts 5 5 10

Shots 21 20 41

SOG 7 12 19

GW 0 1 1

Year GP-GS 2007 13-9 2008 6-0 Total 19-9

G 0 0 0

A 1 2 3

Pts 1 2 3

Shots SOG 2 1 2 0 4 1

GW 0 0 0

Class of 2011

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2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer chris

CENDER, #21

Sophomore • Goalkeeper

Belle Meade, N.J. Montgomery Major: Business Admin.

Quakertown, Pa. Faith Christian Academy Major: Undeclared

High School: Played soccer for four years, earning three varsity letters, at Montgomery High School … captain as a senior … was named a rst team all-conference and all-county selection in senior season … named to the Princeton Packet First Team … high school teammate with AU junior Jon Freimark … played for the N.J. ODP team … also served as captain of track and eld team. Personal: Son of Elaine and Gary Cender … has two brothers, Thomas (23) and Gregory (20) … majoring in business administration. - Favorite class: Western Legal - Ideal future job: Actuary CENDER CAREER STATS GP-GS 1-0 1-0

G 0 0

MAKOWSKI, #1

Sophomore • Midfielder

2008: Made rst career appearance against Howard (8/29) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

Year 2008 Total

matt

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

SOG 0 0

2008: Named Patriot League Rookie of the Year … selected to back-to-back Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week awards on 10/20 and 10/27 for notching three wins and allowing only one combined goal in games against Georgetown (10/14), Lehigh (10/18), and Holy Cross (10/25) … named Patriot League Rookie of the Week on two occasions (9/2 and 10/13 after recording two shutouts in three matches) … led Patriot League freshman goalkeepers in shutouts (six), goals against average (1.15) and saves (69) … made career-high nine saves in a 4-1 win against crosstown rival Georgetown (10/14) … led team in minutes played (1709:31) … one of four Patriot League student-athletes with a perfect 4.0 GPA in Fall 2008 … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

GW 0 0

High School: Played four year of varsity soccer at Faith Christian Academy … captain in junior and senior seasons … named conference MVP as a junior and a senior … all-conference as a freshman … … played club soccer for two years at Potomac Soccer Club … won 2008 Maryland State Cup … member of 2005 Super-Y National Team … attended 2007 adidas/ESP camp.

Class of 2012

Personal: Son of Kathy and Stan Makowski … has two siblings, Chris (17) and Ashley (15) … has not yet declared a major. - Favorite spot on campus: Bender Library - Favorite class: Honors English - Favorite D D.C. C Monument: Lincoln Memorial - Favorite Athlete: Iker Casillas MAKOWSKI CAREER STATS Year GP-GS Min GA Saves Save Pct. So. W-L-T 2008 19-19 1709:31 22 69 .758 6 9-7-3 Total 19-19 1709:31 22 69 .758 6 9-7-3

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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American University Men’s Soccer mike

MARINO, #17

Sophomore • Forward Fort Washington, Pa. Chestnut Hill Academy Major: International Studies

2008: Played in seven games … recorded one shot in game at Duke (9/7) … played a career-high 29 minutes versus Duke ... also competed in Under-23 PSC Coppa team in the offseason, leading squad in goals and assists.

Personal: Son of Lisa and Randy Roberts … high school Valedictorian … has three siblings, Ryan (23), Val (21) and Jeff (18) … father Randy played baseball at University of Dallas … majoring in physics. - One thing people most people don’t know about me: Completed the Dallas White Rock Marathon twice - Favorite class: Calculus - Ideal future job: Patent or intellectual property lawyer ROBERTS CAREER STATS Year 2008 Total

GP-GS 4-0 4-0

G 0 0

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Chestnut Hill Academy … team MVP as a senior … two-time First Team All-Inter-Ac … led team to Inter-Ac Championship as a senior … First Team All-Inter-Ac junior and senior years … All-Southeastern Pa. as a senior … played club soccer, three years for PSC Coppa and one year for United German Hungarians ... also competed on varsity hockey and lacrosse teams, serving as captain of both. Personal: Son of Michael and Margaret Marino … has one sister, Leahanne (22) … majoring in business administration stration with concentration in nance. - Favorite sports team: Philadelphia Flyers - Favorite sports movie: Big Green - Favorite video game: Frogger

MARINO CAREER STATS Year 2008 Total

GP-GS 7-0 7-0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

michael

Shots 1 1

SOG 0 0

GW 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

jack

SOG 0 0

GW 0 0

SCOTT, #7

Sophomore • Forward York, United Kingdom Tadcaster Grammar School Major: Undecided 2008: Made 17 appearances, including four starts sta … led team with nine points … tied for team lead with four goals g … named scoring a Patriot League Rookie of the Week on 11/10 after a game winning goal against Army (11/3) … A had a goal and an assist in 4-1 4- victory over Georgetown (10/14) … tallied a career-high two goals at Virginia (10/28) (10/28 … seven of his 11 shots were on goal … named g to the Patriot League Academic Leag Honor Roll. High School School: Competed in soccer at Tadcaster GramTad mar School and Tadcaster a 6th form college … also competed for cricket crick and rugby teams in secondary school. second

ROBERTS, #33 33

Sophomore • Defender Rowlett, Texas Rowlett Major: Physics

Personal: Son o of Rhian and Seon Scott … has ha two sisters, Charlotte and Chloe. Chlo - Thing I can’t live without: w Music - I’m totally addicted to : Chocolate Chip Cookies - Career goal: To be happy - Favorite athlete: Thierry Henry T

2008: Played in four games … registered a career high 37 minutes at Virginia (10/28) … named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Rowlett High School … was a captain in junior and senior seasons easons … earned district most valuable player honors as a senior … district defensive MVP as a junior … tabbed as District Freshman of the Year … rst team all-area senior year … club team won USYS National Championship in 2007 and 2008 … also served as captain of cross country team … twotime individual district champion.

28

Shots 0 0

SCOTT CAREER STATS Year 2008 Total

GP-GS 17-4 17-4

G 4 4

A 1 1

Pts 9 9

Shots 11 11

SOG 7 7

GW 1 1

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer alex

TILATTI, #24

zach

Sophomore • Midfielder

Freshman • Midfielder

Thornhill, Ontario, Canada St. Elizabeth Catholic

Stafford, Va. Stafford Major: Biology

Major: Education & Law/Society

2008: Appeared in 18 games, including 11 starts … started rst career game against Howard (8/29) … recorded rst collegiate point with an assist at Army (11/3) … took a careerhigh three shots on goal versus Holy Cross in the Patriot League Seminals (11/14). High School: Played four years of high school soccer at St. Elizabeth Catholic High School … team won York Regional High School titles in 2007 and 2008 … played club soccer for Glen Shields Soccer Club … Ontario Cup champions in 2003 and 2008 … three-time Ontario Indoor Cup Champion.

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Stafford Senior High School … all-time leader in assists (28) and second in goals (25) at high school … team MVP in junior and senior seasons … named 2008-09 First Team All-Commonwealth District and Honorable Mention All-Met … also earned First Team All-Area recognition in 2009 … competed for the STAF United for seven years and recently the NVSC Strykers for the past two … led Strykers in goals and assists in 2008-09 … team won NCSL Division 1 title … named to the Academic Honor Roll in high school. Personal: Son of Maureen and Michael Abaie … has twin sister, Sierra … plans to major in biology. - Favorite sports movie: Remember the Titans - One thing most people don’t know about me: Have a twin sister - Hidden talent: Good at FIFA and Madden video games - Favorite D.C. monument: Pentagon

Personal: Son of Dana and Louis Tilatti … has one brother, Michael (22) … Michael played collegiate soccer at Illinois Institute of Technology … majoring in education and law and society. - Favorite sports teams: AC Milan, Toronto Maple Leafs - Ideal future job: Teacher or lawyer - Favorite sports movie: Any Given Sunday

TILATTI CAREER STATS Year GP-GS 2008 18-11 Totals 18-11

G 0 0

ABAIE, # 16

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots SOG 4 3 4 3

GW 0 0

alex ALMODOVAR, # 28 Freshman • Goalkeeper Valencia, Calif. Chaminade College Prep Major: Political Science High School: Competed for four years on varsity soccer team at Chaminade College Prep … captain for junior and senior seasons … earned Defensive Player of the Year letterman for three seasons … played seven years of club soccer on North Valley Fusion, serving as captain for three seasons … top three in fewest goals allowed in Coast Soccer Premier League in 2008 … team was 2008 Surf Cup nalists and 2009 Dallas Cup quarternalists … trained with Professional Argentina Soccer Team, and offered position on the development team … also played high school baseball for two years and football for one … received Highest Honors for academic performance. Personal: Son of Vicky and George Almodovar … has two siblings, Ana (23) and Jorge (22) … plans to major in political science. - Hidden talents: Dancing, swimming - Favorite class: U.S. Government - Ideal future job: Professional soccer player or lawyer

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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American University Men’s Soccer john

BOSWELL, #29

david

DelGRECO, #44

Freshman • Midfielder

Freshman • Forward

Cherry Hill, N.J. Cherry Hill West Major: Business Admin.

Pittsburgh, Pa. Seton-LaSalle Major: Business Admin.

High School: Played on varsity soccer team at Cherry Hill High School West … captain for two years … scored 14 career goals … named First Team All-Conference and All-State in 2008 … 2006 and 2007 Second Team All-Conference … reached state nals in 2009 with Rancocas Valley Soccer Club … also competed in varsity wrestling, serving as captain in senior season … earned First Team All-Conference honors in 2009 … member of National Honor Society, Italian Honor Society and Italian Club … earned Honor Roll for four years. Personal: Son of Carol and Alan Boswell … has two sisters, Kelly (22) and Kristy (20) … Kelly played soccer at Buckell for four years … Kristy has been on gymnastics team at AlaskaAnchorage for two seasons ... plans on majoring in business administration. - Unknown fact about me: I enjoy bike rides - Favorite sports teams: AC Milan, Philadelphia Phillies - Career goal: Own a restaurant

High School: Four varsity letters at Seton-LaSalle High School ... two-time team captain ... named East Regional All-American ... set school-records with 60 goals in a season and 110 goals in career ... single-season mark is eighth best in Pennsylvania state history ... team won state titles in 2006 and 2008, including 25-0 record in 2008 ... also served as captain for varsity tennis and basketball teams ... named Pittsburgh Tribune Review’s Athlete of the Year ... played club soccer for Century United ... earned High Honors all four years. Personal: Son of Rita and Robert DelGreco … has three siblings, Gina (24), Robert (23) and Mark (21) … grandfather Bobby played professional baseball ... father Robert competed in basketball at Allegheny College ... brother Robert played soccer at Allegheny College. - Favorite class: Biology - Ideal future job: Lawyer - Favorite sports teams: AC Milan, Philadelphia Phillies

adam BROWNSTEIN,#27

michael FERNANDEZ, #25

Freshman • Goalkeeper

Freshman • Defender

Menlo Park, Calif. Menlo Atherton

Weston, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas Major: Business Admin.

Major: Justice & Law/Society

High School: Four-year soccer letterwinner at Menlo Atherton High School … competed on District and State ODP teams … attended regional ODP camp and Super Y national camp … club team won Super Y League National Championship in 2005 and 2006 … also captured Disney Showcase, Presidents Cup, USCS Regional and CA District Cup titles … member of Leadership Club in high school … earned Principals Distinction from 2007-09.

High School: Played varsity soccer at St. Thomas Aquinas … captain as a senior … had four goals and four assists in senior season from right back position … named 2009 Broward All-County Honorable Mention … team was 2008 state nalist and 2007 state seminalist … club team Futsoc was ranked sixth in the nation by Nationalsoccerrankings.com … a 2007 ODP Natonal Pool selection for Super-Y 90-89.

Personal: Son of Janet and Miguel Fernandez … has two Personal: Son of Suzanne and Bruce Brownstein … Bruce sisters, Christina (20) and Caroline (14) … plans on majoring played football in college at Penn ... has two brothers, Jason in business administration with concentration in international (22) and Matt (20) … plans on majoring in justice and law and business. society. - Favorite sports movie: Friday Night Lights - Superpower wish I had: Seeing the future - Favorite sports movie: Mystery, Alaska - Favorite board game: Chess - Ideal future job: Lawyer - Ideal future job: Management position with multinational - Thing I can’t live without: Gum company or having own business

30

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer adem GOKTURK,

#22

Freshman • Defender Annandale, Va. Annandale Major: Business Admin. High School: Four-year soccer letterwinner at Annandale High School … served two years as captain … scored 15 goals in senior season, including ve goals in district playoff game … earned Northern Region 3.5 award in all four years … club team SYC Jr. Royals captured State Cup and reached Region 1 seminals … starting centerback on ODP 90 State Team … named three-time ODP 90 Regional Pool All-District First Team … member of National Honor Society and school’s Math Team.

District Player of the Year and Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year … earned rst team all-region recognition … an all-state selection … member of nationally ranked Reston Futbol Club that won state championship … Second Team All-Met as a junior … named a Player to Watch by the Washington Post, Fairfax Connection and Fairfax Times. Personal: Son of Anne and Roger Goldman … two siblings, William (23) and Megan (17) … both parents are AU alums … majoring in business administration with concentration in marketing. - Favorite athlete: Tiger Woods - Ideal future job: Own a business - Favorite person to follow on Twitter: President Obama

ryan MORALES, #19

Personal: Son of Ahmed Gokturk …has two sisters, Sara (16) and Janan (11) … plans on majoring in business administration. - One thing most people don’t know about me: I like to write songs - Best bowling score: 180 - Career goal: To have a job I love - Favorite D.C. monument: Washington Monument

seth GOLDMAN,

#6

RS Freshman • Defender Fairfax, Va. Robinson Secondary School Major: Business Admin.

2008: Did not compete due to injury. High School: Earned four varsity letters at Robinson Secondary High School … captain in his senior season … a Concord

Freshman • Midfielder Dallas, Texas Jesuit College Prep Major: Business Admin. High School: Member of soccer program at Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas … served as captain for one year … had seven goals and 17 assists in senior season … earned First Team All-Region and All-District honors … named to North Texas State Team … competed for Andromeda Soccer Club … team won 2008 National Championship, as well as Region III and North Texas State titles … scored game-winning goal in 2008 national seminal game. Personal: Son of Lucy and Rick Morales … plans to major in P business administration. - Favorite athletes: Cristiano Ronaldo, Dirk Nowitzki - I’m totally addicted to: Sour Patch Watermelons - Ideal future job: CEO of a company - Favorite board game: Cranium

Class of 2013

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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American University Men’s Soccer

2009 Opponents * Maryland

George Washington

George Mason

Aug. 23 • 1 p.m. • Washington, D.C.

Sept. 2 • 5 p.m. • Fairfax, Va.

Sept. 8 • 7:30 p.m. • Fairfax, Va.

Location .......................College Park, Md. Founded .......................................... 1807 Enrollment .................................... 37,000 Nickname........................Terrapins, Terps Conference .......................................ACC 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) . 23-3-0 (2nd)

Location ............................ Washington, DC Founded ............................................. 1821 Enrollment ....................................... 20,001 Nickname..................................... Colonials Colors ....................................... Buff & Blue Conference ......................................... A-10 Home FieldMount Vernon Athletic Complex President. ............................ Steven Knapp Athletics Director ....................Jack Kvancz Head Coach........................ George Lidster Record at GW (Yrs.) ......... 178-167-49 (21) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) .... 8-6-3 (T-6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 24/3 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 9/2 Newcomers............................................... 4

Location .................................... Fairfax, Va. Founded ............................................. 1957 Enrollment ....................................... 30,332 Nickname........................................Patriots Colors ................................... Green & Gold Conference ..........................................CAA Home Field ........... George Mason Stadium President. ..................... Dr. Alan G. Merten Athletics Director .................Tom O’Connor Head Coach.......................... Greg Andrulis Record at GMU (Yrs.) ..............38-31-11 (4) Career Record (Yrs.) ........ 172-103-39 (16) 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) . 14-7-2 (T-2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............. 17/13 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 6/5 Newcomers............................................. 12

* Richmond Aug. 25 • 7 p.m. • Richmond, Va. Location ............................ Richmond, Va. Founded .......................................... 1830 Enrollment ...................................... 2,950 Nickname..................................... Spiders Conference .......................................A-10 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) 3-12-3 (10th) * Exhibition matches

Princeton Sept. 11 • 3 p.m. • Washington, D.C. Location ..............................Princeton, NJ Founded .......................................... 1746 Enrollment ...................................... 4,845 Nickname....................................... Tigers Colors ............................. Orange & Black Conference .............................Ivy League Home Field ................... Roberts Stadium President. ......................Shirley Tilghman Athletics Director ................ Gary Walters Head Coach............................Jim Barlow Record at Princeton (Yrs.) . 92-95-36 (14) Career Record (Yrs.) ......................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) . 5-9-3 (T-5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ 22/6 Starters Returning/Lost....................... 8/3 Newcomers............................................ 6

Monmouth Sept. 13 • 1 p.m. • W. Long Branch, N.J. Location ............... West Long Branch, NJ Founded .......................................... 1933 Enrollment ...................................... 4,501 Nickname...................................... Hawks Colors ...................Midnight Blue & White Conference ...............................Northeast Home Field .................... The Great Lawn President.Vice Admiral Paul G. Gaffney II Athletics Director ........ Dr. Marilyn McNeil Head Coach....................Robert McCourt Record at Monmouth (Yrs.) . 55-24-18 (5) Career Record (Yrs.) ......................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ...12-3-4 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......... 17/13 Starters Returning/Lost....................... 6/5 Newcomers.......................................... 12

William & Mary Sept. 19 • 1 p.m. • Washington, D.C. Location ........................... Williamsburg, VA Founded ............................................. 1693 Enrollment ......................................... 7,625 Nickname............................................ Tribe Colors ........................ Green, Gold & Silver Conference ..........................................CAA Home Field ...................... Albert-Daly Field President. ..................W. Taylor Reveley, III Athletics Director ................... Terry Driscoll Head Coach............................. Chris Norris Record at W&M (Yrs.) ............ 41-40-18 (5) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) . 11-7-3 (T-2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 24/2 Starters Returning/Lost........................ 10/1 Newcomers............................................... 4

Virginia Tech

Bucknell

James Madison

Sept. 23 • 7 p.m. • Blacksburg, Va.

Sept. 26 • 4 p.m. • Lewisburg, Pa.

Sept. 30 • 7 p.m. • Harrisonburg, Va.

Location .......................... Blacksburg, Va. Founded .......................................... 1872 Enrollment .................................... 28,000 Nickname...................................... Hokies Colors ..Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Conference .......................................ACC Home Field ............... VT Soccer Stadium President. ................... Charles W. Steger Athletics Director .................. Jim Weaver Head Coach....................Mike Brizendine Record at Va. Tech (Yrs.) ......... First Year Career Record (Yrs.) .................27-24 (3) 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) .. 5-13-1 (9th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......... 12/13 Starters Returning/Lost....................... 7/4 Newcomers.......................................... 13

Location .............................. Lewisburg, Pa. Founded ............................................. 1846 Enrollment ......................................... 3,400 Nickname........................................... Bison Colors ................................. Orange & Blue Conference ..........................Patriot League Home Field ... Emmitt Field at Holmes Stadium President. ............................. Brian Mitchell Athletics Director ...................... John Hardt Head Coach......................... Brendan Nash Record at Bucknell (Yrs.)...... 89-76-28 (10) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ....... 8-8-3 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 19/6 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 6/5 Newcomers/Transfers ............................ 11

Location .......................... Harrisonburg, Va. Founded ............................................. 1908 Enrollment ....................................... 18,000 Nickname..........................................Dukes Colors ...................................Purple & Gold Conference ..........................................CAA Home Field .....................JMU Soccer Field President. .......................Dr. Linwood Rose Athletics Director ......................Jeff Bourne Head Coach.............................. Tom Martin Record at JMU (Yrs.) ........ 302-122-43 (23) Career Record (Yrs.) ........ 421-157-53 (32) 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ..... 6-9-3 (10th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 17/7 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7/4 Newcomers/Transfers ............................ 10

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2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer

2009 Opponents Army

Lafayette

Pennsylvania

Oct. 4 • 1 p.m. • Washington, D.C.

Oct. 10 • 1 p.m. • Washington, D.C.

Oct. 13 • 3 p.m. • Washington, D.C.

Location ......................... West Point, N.Y. Founded .......................................... 1802 Enrollment ...................................... 4,400 Nickname........................... Black Knights Colors ........................Black, Gold & Gray Conference .......................Patriot League Home Field .......................... Clinton Field Supt. ...... Lt. Gen. Franklin L. Hagenbeck Athletics Director ............ Kevin Anderson Head Coach..................... Kurt Swanbeck Record at Army (Yrs.) .......... 34-74-15 (7) Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 179-189-24 (21) 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ......3-14 (7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ 14/4 Starters Returning/Lost....................... 9/2 Newcomers.......................................... 13

Location ................................... Easton, Pa. Founded ............................................. 1826 Enrollment ......................................... 2,382 Nickname..................................... Leopards Colors ............................... Maroon & White Conference ..........................Patriot League Home Field .. Mike Bourger Field at Oaks Stadium President. ..........................Daniel H. Weiss Athletics Director ......... Bruce McCutcheon Head Coach........................... Dennis Bohn Record at Lafayette (Yrs.) ...... 81-41-27 (9) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ....... 8-6-5 (4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 12/6 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 9/4 Newcomers............................................... 7

Location ........................... Philadelphia, Pa. Founded ............................................. 1740 Enrollment ....................................... 10,422 Nickname...................................... Quakers Colors .......................................Red & Blue Conference ............................... Ivy League Home Field ............................Rhodes Field President. .......................Dr. Amy Gutmann Athletics Director .................... Steve Bilsky Head Coach..............................Brian Fuller Record at Penn (Yrs.) ........... 80-84-20 (11) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ......11-3-4 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 8/10 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 2/9 Newcomers/Transfers .............................. 6

Navy

Lehigh

Georgetown

Oct. 17 • 7 p.m. • Annapolis, Md.

Oct. 24 • 3 p.m. • Washington, D.C.

Oct. 28 • 3 p.m. • Washington, D.C. (@GU) Location .......................... Washington, D.C. Founded ............................................. 1789 Enrollment ......................................... 6,806 Nickname..........................................Hoyas Colors ......................................Blue & Gray Conference ....................................Big East Home Field .................... North Kehoe Field President. ......................... John J. DeGioia Interim Athletics Director Dan R. Portereld Head Coach.............................Brian Wiese Record at Georgetown (Yrs.).... 24-27-4 (4) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ..... 11-5-3 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 16/9 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 8/3 Newcomers............................................... 8

Location ........................... Annapolis, Md. Founded .......................................... 1845 Enrollment ...................................... 4,300 Nickname.................... Midshipmen, Mids Colors ..........................Navy Blue & Gold Conference .......................Patriot League Home Field Glenn Warner Soccer Facility Supt. ............ Vice Adm. Jeffrey L. Fowler Athletics Director ............. Chet Gladchuk Head Coach......................... Dave Brandt Record at Navy (Yrs.) .......... First Season Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 246-25-14 (13) 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ...4-11-3 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ 14/5 Starters Returning/Lost..................... 10/2 Newcomers.......................................... 15

Location ...........................Bethlehem, Pa. Founded .......................................... 1865 Enrollment ...................................... 4,700 Nickname.......................Mountain Hawks Colors .............................. Brown & White Conference .......................Patriot League Home Field .......... Ulrich Sports Complex President. .......................... Dr. Alice Gast Athletics Director ...................Joe Sterrett Head Coach...........................Dean Koski Record at Lehigh (Yrs.) . 152-120-42 (17) Career Record (Yrs.) ......................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) .... 7-7-3 (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ 11/2 Starters Returning/Lost..................... 10/1 Newcomers............................................ 6

Holy Cross

Virginia

Colgate

Oct. 31 • 2 p.m. • Worcester, Mass.

Nov. 3 • 7 p.m. • Charlottesville, Va.

Nov. 7 • 1 p.m. • Washington, D.C.

Location ....................... Worcester, Mass. Founded .......................................... 1843 Enrollment ...................................... 2,866 Nickname.................................Crusaders Colors ..................................Royal Purple Conference .......................Patriot League Home Field ....................... Hart Turf Field President. .. Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J. Athletics Director ............. Richard Regan Head Coach...........................Ted Priestly Record at Holy Cross (Yrs.)...... First Year Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 75-27-15 (13) 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) .... 9-5-5 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost....................... 2/5 Newcomers............................................ 6

Location ........................ Charlottesville, Va. Founded ............................................. 1819 Enrollment ....................................... 13,401 Nickname..................................... Cavaliers Colors ................................. Orange & Blue Conference ......................................... ACC Home Field .....................Klockner Stadium President. ..................... John T. Casteen III Athletics Director ...............Craig Littlepage Head Coach.................George Gelnovatch Record at Virginia (Yrs.) ..... 195-76-22 (13) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ..... 11-9-1 (4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 24/3 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 9/2 Newcomers............................................... 7

Location ................................. Hamilton, NY Founded ............................................. 1819 Enrollment ......................................... 2,800 Nickname........................................Raiders Colors ..................... Maroon, Gray & White Conference ..........................Patriot League Home Field ................................ Van Doren Interim President. ................... Lyle Roelofs Athletics Director ................... David Roach Head Coach........................... Erik Ronning Record at Colgate (Yrs.) ......... 38-23-16 (5) Career Record (Yrs.) .........................Same 2008 Record (Conf. Finish) ..... 12-6-3 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... 23/8 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7/4 Newcomers............................................... 9

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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American University Men’s Soccer

2008 Season Review • The 2008 American University men’s soccer team earned a share of the Patriot League regular season title. This was the third time that the Eagles claimed the league’s regular season title since joining the Patriot League in 2001. • The Eagles nished with a 5-1-1 record in conference play, the best nish the men’s soccer team has had since nishing 6-1 in the 2004 campaign. • Junior defender Cooper Bryant was an All-Mid Atlantic Third Team selection by the National Soccer Coaches of America (NSCAA). He also earned All-Patriot League First Team honors. • Junior Karsten Smith and senior Phillip Purdy were each named to the All-Patriot League First Team, while junior Cameron Petty was a Second Team honoree. This was the second All-Patriot League honor for both Smith and Petty. • Goalkeeper Matt Makowski had a breakout freshman year, starting every game and was named 2008 Patriot League Rookie of the Year. Makowski recorded six shutouts. • Head Coach Todd West was recognized as the 2008 Patriot League Coach of the Year. This was the second PL Coach of the Year honor of West’s career, the rst coming in 2004. • American picked up eight Patriot League BRINE Player of the Week awards throughout the season. Makowski earned four of the honors, while Bryant, Smith, junior Dor Yasur and freshman Jack Scott each received one award. • Makowski and sophomore Jon Freimark were two of four Patriot League soccer student-athletes to earn at a perfect 4.0 GPA in the fall semester. Freimark achieved a 4.0 mark in both the fall and spring semesters. Junior Chris Liebner also had a 4.0 GPA in the spring semester. • Twenty Eagles were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, the most of any Patriot League men’s soccer squad.

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American University Men’s Soccer 2008 Patriot League Standings Team Colgate * American Holy Cross Lafayette Bucknell Lehigh Army Navy

Conference W-L-T Pts. 5-1-1 16 5-1-1 16 4-1-2 14 3-1-3 12 3-4-0 9 2-3-2 8 1-6-0 3 0-6-1 1

2008 Honors and Awards Cooper Bryant

Overall W-L-T Pct 12-6-3 .643 9-7-3 .553 9-5-5 .605 8-6-5 .553 8-8-3 .500 7-7-3 .500 3-14-0 .176 4-11-3 .306

NSCAA/adidas All-Mid Atlantic Third Team N All-Patriot League First Team Patriot P League Player of the Week (10/20) Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Karsten Smith All-Patriot League First Team Patriot League Player of the Week (10/6)

Phil Purdy

* - Patriot League Tournament Champion

All-Patriot League First Team

2008 Patriot League Team Rankings Category Points Points Per Game Goals Goals Per Game Assists Assists Per Game Goals Against Average Shutouts

Rank T2 2 T2 3 T2 2 4 4

Cameron Petty All-Patriot League Second Team Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

No. 80 4.21 28 1.47 24 1.26 1.15 6

Matt Makowski Patriot League Rookie of the Year Two-Time PL Goalkeeper of the Week (10/20 and 10/27) Two-Time PL Rookie of the Week (9/2 and 10/13) Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Dor Yasur

2008 Team Leaders

Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (10/20) Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Points Jack Scott Luis Martinez David Menzie Anthony Moy Two with

9 8 8 8 7

Goals Against Avg. Ryan Leonard 1.16 Matt Makowski 1.16 Shutouts Matt Makowski 6

Jack Scott Patriot League Rookie of the Week (11/10) Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Todd West Goals Anthony Moy Jack Scott Four with Assists Jamie Davin Mike Worden Five with

4 4 3

Games Started Matt Makowski Cameron Petty Dor Yasur Colin Zizzi Four with

Patriot League Coach of the Year 19 18 18 18 17

4 3 2

Game-Winning Goals Luis Martinez 2 Daniel Shannon 2 Five with 1

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Ryan Baker Cooper Bryant Chris Cender Nidhal Char Jamie Davin Jon Freimark Timothy Hoagland Nick Kapus Ryan Leonard Chris Liebner

Matt Makowski David Menzie Cameron Petty Michael Roberts Jack Scott Daniel Shannon Mike Worden Mark Wysocki Dor Yasur Colin Zizzi

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2008 Results Overall: 9-7-3

Conference: 5-1-1

Date Aug 29, 2008 !

Opponent HOWARD

WL W

Aug 31, 2008 ! Sept 5, 2008 @

GEORGE MASON L OT vs N.C. State W

Home: 5-2-1

Away: 3-4-1

Score 5-0

Overall 1-0-0

Conf 0-0-0

Attend 535

0-1 3-0

1-1-0 2-1-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

317 127

Sept 7, 2008 @ at Duke Sept 12, 2008 % at Princeton

L W

0-3 2-1

2-2-0 3-2-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

407 99

Sept 14, 2008 % Sept 17, 2008 Sept 20, 2008 Sept 23, 2008 Oct 3, 2008 * Oct 11, 2008 *

vs PENN JAMES MADISON GEORGE WASH. at MARYLAND at Lafayette NAVY

L T O2 L L T O2 W

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 1-0-1

214 268 422 1034 282 417

Oct 14, 2008

GEORGETOWN

W

4-1

5-5-2

1-0-1

543

Oct 18, 2008 * Oct 25, 2008 * Oct 28, 2008

at Lehigh HOLY CROSS at Virginia

W W L

1-0 1-0 2-4

6-5-2 7-5-2 7-6-2

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

400 437 766

Nov 1, 2008 * Nov 3, 2008 *

at Colgate at Army

L W

0-1 2-0

7-7-2 8-7-2

3-1-1 4-1-1

206 125

Nov 8, 2008 *

BUCKNELL

W O2 3-2

9-7-2

5-1-1

649

Nov 14, 2008 #

vs HOLY CROSS

T O2 1-1 ^

9-7-3

5-1-1

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! D.C. College Cup at AU @ Duke/Nike Classic at Durham, N.C. % Princeton Invitational at Princeton, N.J. * Patriot League Match # Patriot League Seminals at Hamilton, N.Y. ^ Holy Cross advances in shootout, 5-3

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TEAM STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists Corner Kicks Penalty Kicks Offsides Yellow cards Red cards

Neutral: 1-1-1

Goal Scorer (Assist) Shannon, Daniel (unassisted) Moy, Anthony (unassisted) Kapus, Nick (unassisted) Menzie, David (Davin) Menzie, David (Wysocki) Martinez, Luis (Menzie, Worden) Smith, Karsten (Martinez) Moy, Anthony (Worden) Shannon, Daniel (Davin) Shannon, Daniel (Petty) Smith, Karsten (Davin) Smith, Karsten (unassisted) Purdy, Phil (penalty kick) Moy, Anthony (Purdy) Purdy, Phil (penalty kick) Moy, Anthony (Davin, Chinapoo) Scott, Jack (Martinez, Yasur) Martinez, Luis (Scott) Worden, Mike (Menzie) Yasur, Dor (unassisted) Scott, Jack (Worden) Scott, Jack (Wysocki) Scott, Jack (Tillati) Petty, Cameron (unassisted) Davin, Jamie (Chinapoo, Zizzi) Kapus, Nick (Smith) Martinez, Luis (Petty) Menzie, David (Shannon)

AMERICAN 28-241 1.41 .116 109-241 .452 12.7 24 108 2-3 43 20 2

OPP 23-204 1.16 .113 98-204 .480 10.7 21 98 1-1 39 24 3

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All-Time Award Winners NATIONAL AWARDS NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Michael Brady 1985 ALL-AMERICANS Scott Pearson Keith Trehy Michael Brady Kurt Kuykendall

1997 1985, 86 1983, 84, 85 1973

REGIONAL AWARDS NSCAA/adidas All-Mid-Atlantic Third Team Cooper Bryant 2008 All-South Atlantic Region Sal Caccavale 2005, 06 Shawn Kuykendall 2002, 04 Charlie Koniver 2004 Larry McDonald 2002 Bob Brennan 2001 Nino Marcantonio 1999 Trevor Ellis 1998 Scott Weber 1998 Scott Pearson 1995, 96, 97 Avery John 1996, 97 Stephen Franzke 1997 Antonio Otero 1997 Andrew Graham 1994 Jon Hall 1990 Raj Lalchan 1990 David Nakhid 1985, 86 Keith Trehy 1985, 86 Michael Brady 1982, 83, 84, 85 Steve Giordano 1983 Luis Calderon 1976, 77 Aidan Cunningham 1975 Kurt Kuykendall 1972 Mark Lowenstein 1972 Alan Ross 1972 Chris Kalavritinos 1969 Ira Kamens 1969 Lee Kenworthy 1965 CONFERENCE AWARDS Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year Keith Trehy 1986 Michael Brady 1984, 85 Middle Atlantic Conference Player of the Year Mark Lowenstein

1972

East Coast Conference Player of the Year Michael Brady

1983, 84

Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year Shawn Kuykendall 2004 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year Thomas Myers

2004

Colonial Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year Nino Marcantonio 1999 Patriot League Rookie of the Year Matt Makowski 2008 Phil Purdy 2005 Andrew Herman 2001 Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player Garth Juckem Bobby Brennan

2004 2001

Patriot League Coach of the Year Todd West 2004, 08 Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year Bob Jenkins 1997 Pete Mehlert 1984, 85 All-Patriot League First Team Karsten Smith 2007, 08 Cooper Bryant 2008 Phil Purdy 2008 Cameron Petty 2007 Sal Caccavale 2004, 05, 06 Charlie Koniver 2004 Shawn Kuykendall 2004 Thomas Myers 2004 Kris Kuykendall 2001, 02 Larry McDonald 2001, 02 Andrew Herman 2002 Kris Bertsch 2001 Bobby Brennan 2001 Adam Rosen 2001 All-Patriot League Second Team Cameron Petty 2008 Phil Purdy 2006 Garth Juckem 2005 Gordon Templeman 2005 Sean Albright 2004 Nick Zaron 2004 Shawn Kuykendall 2002 Mike Bohenick 2001

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

All-Colonial Athletic Association Nino Marcantonio 1998 Scott Weber 1998 Scott Pearson 1994, 95, 96, 97 Stephen Franzke 1995, 96, 97 Avery John 1996, 97 Todd Miller 1997 Antonio Otero 1997 Trevor Ellis 1998 Andrew Graham 1993, 94 Ignacio Tirado 1994 Diego Rebagliati 1991, 92, 93 Domenick Alberto 1993 Scott Krosnowski 1993 Aaron Tingle 1993 Brad Atkins 1991 Jon Hall 1989, 90 Raj Lalchan 1989, 90 Mike Ioannou 1989 Andrew Kress 1989 John Diffley 1987, 88 Stephen Marland 1987 David Nahkid 1985, 86 Keith Trehy 1985, 86 Michael Brady 1985 Troy Regis 1985 All-East Coast Athletic Conference-South Michael Brady Steve Giordano Keith Trehy

1984 1984 1984

All-East Coast Conference Michael Brady 1982, 83 Paul Tarricone 1982, 83 Tommy Kramer 1983 Keith Trehy 1983 Luis Calderon 1976, 77, 78 Kevin Barth 1978 Garn Anderson 1977 Rolf Neitzel 1977 Aidan Cunningham 1975 All-Middle Atlantic Conference Kenneth Davidson 1971, 72 Kurt Kuykendall 1972 Mark Lowenstein 1972 Brian O’Neill 1972 Jeff Wood 1969, 70 Fahad Al-Rajaan 1969

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All-Time Academic Award Winners NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Alex Kozlov 1979 East Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete Award Paul Tarricone

1983

Academic All-America Jeff Kinney Glen Buchanan Paul Tarricone

2002 1985 1984

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Tim Hoagland, 2006, 07, 08 Dor Yasur, 2006, 07, 08

John H. Randolph Inspiration Award Scott Pearson 1996 Colonial Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year Matt Walter 1989 Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year Adam Rosen

2001

American University Senior Student-Athlete of the Year George Markides Matt Walter Paul Tarricone

1990 1989 1984

American University Science Award Dominic Lewis 1993 National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Academic Award 1997

1997 Elite 8 Team

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Mike Worden, 2007, 08 Mark Wysocki, 2007, 08 Ryan Baker, 2008 Chris Cender, 2008 Nidhal Charfi, 2008 Jamie Davin, 2008 Nick Kapus, 2008 Matt Makowski, 2008 Cameron Petty, 2008 Michael Roberts, 2008 Jack Scott, 2008 Daniel Shannon, 2008 Chris Sedlak, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Zach Pritchard, 2007 Lucas Dowiak, 2003, 05, 06 Phil Purdy, 2005, 06 Nathan Baker, 2003, 04, 05 Coco Del Rio, 2005 Tomer Konowiecki, 2005 Miyad Movassaghi, 2005 Mark Petruniak, 2005 Ryan Studner, 2005 Freddy Llerena, 2003, 04 Matt Abadi, 2004 Garth Juckem, 2004 Thomas Myers, 2004 Charlie Koniver, 2002, 03 Brett Niebling, 2002, 03 Michael Bertram, 2003 Luke Gabe, 2003 Shawn Kuykendall, 2003 Zyad Qamer, 2003 Jeff Kinney, 2001, 02 Larry McDonald, 2001, 02 Kris Bertsch, 2002 Kris Kuykendall, 2002 Jonathon Colton, 2001 Matt Johnson, 2001 Matt Kopacka, 2001 David Pryor, 2001 Adam Rosen, 2001

Colin Zizzi, 2006, 07, 08 Cooper Bryant, 2006, 08 Jon Friemark, 2007, 08 Ryan Leonard, 2007, 08 Chris Liebner, 2007, 08 David Menzie, 2007, 08

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer

All-Time Records CAREER RECORDS Goals 1. Michael Brady 2. Scott Pearson 3. Adam Rosen Jon Hall 5. Scott Weber 6. Andrew Herman 7. Shawn Kuykendall 8. Steve Marland Deryck Roberts 10. Tommy Kramer

1982-85 1994-97 1998-01 1987-90 1995-98 2001-03 2001-04 1985-88 1995-98 1980-83

66 55 30 30 29 26 23 22 22 21

Assists 1. Scott Pearson 2. Michael Brady Shawn Kuykendall 4. Kris Bertsch 5. Scott Weber 6. Jon Hall Sal Caccavale 8. Antonio Otero David Nakhid 10. Garth Juckem

1994-97 1982-85 2001-04 1999-02 1995-98 1987-90 2003-06 1995-98 1983-86 2003-06

31 29 29 20 19 18 18 16 16 15

Points 1. Michael Brady 2. Scott Pearson 3. Jon Hall 4. Scott Weber 5. Shawn Kuykendall 6. Adam Rosen 7. Andrew Herman 8. Sal Caccavale 9. Steve Marland David Nakhid Deryck Roberts

1982-85 1994-97 1987-90 1995-98 2001-04 1998-01 2001-03 2003-06 1985-88 1983-86 1995-98

Most Games Played John Diffley

1985-88

Most Games Started John Diffley

161 141 78 77 75 72 64 58 56 56 56 86 85

1985-88

Most Consecutive Games Started John Diffley 1985-88

75

GOALKEEPING RECORDS Most Saves Steve Giordano

1981-85

285

Most Shutouts Steve Giordano

1981-85

28

Lowest Goals Allowed Average Bill Ruvo 1979-80 15 goals in 30 games Most Games Started Jeff Angelucci

SINGLE SEASON Goals 1. Michael Brady 2. Michael Brady 3. Scott Pearson 4. Scott Pearson 5. Lee Kenworthy 6. Ignacio Tirado 7. Michael Brady Tommy Kramer Mark DeBlois Rolf Neitzel

1985 1984 1997 1995 1965 1994 1983 1983 1980 1977

Assists 1. Antonio Otero 2. Shawn Kuykendall Michael Brady Nino Marcantonio 5. Shawn Kuykendall 6. Kris Bertsch Scott Pearson Scott Pearson Jon Hall Luis Calderon

24 22 18 17 17 14 13 13 13 13

1997 2002 1983 1999 2004 2001 1994 1996 1988 1977

Points 1. Michael Brady 2. Michael Brady 3. Scott Pearson 4. Lee Kenworthy 5. Scott Pearson 6. Michael Brady 7. Tommy Kramer 8. Ignacio Tirado 9. Nino Marcantonio 10. Jon Hall

1985 1984 1997 1965 1995 1983 1983 1994 1999 1990

Most Goals by Freshman Andrew Herman Scott Pearson Nino Marcantonio

2001 1994 1999

Most Assists by Freshman Nino Marcantonio

1985 19 1968 12 1981 6 1985 .792 1985, 1997, 2001, 2004 6 1997 6-0-2 1985, 1989-90 13 matches 10/25/89-9/23/90 12 games 1997 10 1985 61 1985 2.54 1994 54 1997 58 1985 12 11/1/79-12/2/79 6 2006 23 1980 7 1980 0.47

Most Points by Freshman Nino Marcantonio

1999

31

Most Games Played Jeff Angelucci

1997

Most Games Started Jeff Angelucci

1997

Most Minutes Played Jeff Angelucci

1997

Goals Against Average 1. Bill Ruvo 2. Stephen Pfeil 3. Bill Ruvo 4. Dave Urbach 5. Thomas Myers

1979 1985 1980 1990 2004

Most Saves Art Brodsky

1964

Most Saves Since 1970 Kurt Kuykendall

1973

Most Shutouts Stephen Pfiel

1985

24

80 1995-98

13 11 11 11 10 9 9 9 9 9 56 48 44 41 38 37 32 32 31 30

24 2,305

0.50 0.54 0.55 0.56 0.77 221 160 11

Most Consecutive Shutouts Bill Ruvo 11/1/79-12/2/79

6

Most Consecutive Shutout Minutes 521:23 Bill Ruvo 11/1/79-12/2/79 Lowest Goals Against Average Bill Ruvo 1980 (7 goals in 15 games)

0.467

SINGLE GAME Most Goals Lee Kenworthy, 9/15/65 vs. Gallaudet

7

Most Assists 3 Scott Pearson, 9/4/94, vs. Lafayette Erik Leibin, 10/27/92, vs. George Washington

10

11

Most Points Lee Kenworthy, 9/15/65 vs. Gallaudet

14

Most Saves Bruce Hinkel, 10/14/67, vs. Loyola

24

1999

Team Single Season Records Most Wins Most Losses Most Ties Best Winning Percentage Most Conference Wins Best Conference Record Longest Unbeaten Streak Longest Winning Streak Most Overtime Games Most Goals Most Goals per Game Most Goals Allowed Most Assists Most Shutouts Most Consecutive Shutouts Fewest Goals Scored Fewest Goals Allowed Lowest GAA

0.50

Team Single Game Records Most Goals

12 vs. East Carolina, 1988, 12-0 vs. Frostburg St., 1987, 12-0

Most Assists

9 vs. East Carolina, 1988, 12-0

Most Goals Allowed vs. Lynchburg College, 10/15/60, 0-11

11

Largest Margin of Victory vs. East Carolina, 1988, 12-0 vs. Frostburg State, 1987, 12-0

12

Largest Margin of Defeat vs. Lynchburg College, 10/15/60, 0-11

11

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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All-Time Series Records Last

Opponent Adelphi Air Force Akron Army * Boston College Baltimore University Bowling Green Brooklyn Bucknell * UCLA Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Campbell Catholic Central Florida Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colgate * College of Charleston Columbia Connecticut Cornell Creighton Dartmouth Davidson Davis & Elkins Delaware Dickinson District of Columbia Drexel Duke East Carolina Eastern Illinois Evansville Fairleigh Dickinson Florida International Fresno State Frostburg State Gallaudet Georgetown * George Mason * George Washington * Georgia State Gonzaga Hartford Hartwick Hofstra Holy Cross * Howard Indiana Indiana (Pa.) Jacksonville James Madison * Lafayette * La Salle Lehigh * Liberty Lock Haven Long Island

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W-L-T AU Win 4-2-0 2002 0-1-0 2-2-0 1997 6-2-1 2008 3-1-0 2002 0-8-0 1-0-0 2007 3-2-0 1964 6-4-0 2008 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1993 16-8-1 1989 1-0-0 1989 0-4-0 1-0-1 1992 0-1-0 6-1-2 2005 1-0-0 1994 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 2004 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1988 0-0-1 2-2-1 1982 0-1-0 1-0-0 1982 8-4-1 2005 0-5-0 17-2-0 2000 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 1993 2-3-0 1990 2-1-0 1988 1-1-0 1987 8-0-1 1972 25-19-2 2008 15-13-5 2007 20-11-3 2004 1-0-0 1982 1-0-0 1999 0-1-0 1-1-0 1985 10-2-1 1992 3-5-2 2008 16-9-4 2008 0-0-2 2-0-0 1985 0-1-0 5-12-2 1997 6-2-3 2005 10-6-1 1997 8-3-2 2008 1-0-0 2000 1-0-0 1989 1-2-0 2004

Loyola (Md.) 10-14-4 2006 Loyola Marymount 0-1-0 Lynchburg 0-4-0 Marshall 1-1-0 1992 Maryland 9-19-3 1997 UMBC 6-0-1 1996 Maryland-Eastern Shore 1-0-0 1991 Mount St. Mary’s 4-5-1 1989 Navy * 7-7-3 2008 UNLV 1-1-0 1995 New Mexico 0-1-0 North Carolina 1-3-1 1996 Charlotte 0-1-0 UNC-Greensboro 0-1-0 UNC-Wilmington 11-5-1 2000 North Carolina State 1-1-0 2008 Ohio State 2-0-0 2002 Old Dominion 7-12-3 1997 Oneonta State 1-0-0 1986 Oral Roberts 0-1-0 Pennsylvania * 5-3-0 2006 Penn State 2-1-0 2002 Philadelphia Textile 1-1-0 1996 Princeton * 5-7-2 2008 Randolph-Macon 1-0-0 1957 Richmond 9-8-1 2000 Rider 4-3-0 1989 Roanoke 1-2-1 1960 Robert Morris 2-1-0 1999 Rutgers 1-3-0 1997 St. Francis (Pa.) 1-0-1 1991 St. John’s (N.Y.) 0-1-1 St. Joseph’s 6-6-2 1989 St. Louis 1-0-0 1996 St. Peter’s 1-0-0 1992 San Jose State 1-0-0 1984 Seton Hall 1-1-0 1990 South Alabama 0-0-1 South Carolina 1-1-0 1985 South Florida 1-2-0 1986 Stanford 0-1-0 Tampa 1-2-0 1985 Temple 3-8-5 1977 Texas-Pan American 0-1-0 Towson 7-9-1 1990 Villanova 2-0-0 1995 Virginia * 3-13-1 1998 VCU 5-3-2 2002 VMI 3-0-0 1980 Virginia Tech 1-1-0 1993 Wake Forest 2-0-0 2001 Washington & Lee 1-1-1 1964 Washington College 2-4-0 1963 West Chester 9-3-0 1982 West Virginia 1-2-0 1988 Western Maryland 2-3-0 1966 William & Mary * 10-21-4 2003 Wooster 1-0-0 1979 Yale 0-1-0 * Denotes 2009 opponent Bold indicates Patriot League opponent

2-Time Patriot League Champions


American University Men’s Soccer

All-Time Series Results Adelphi 1987 Away 1990 Away 1998 Neutral 1999 Home 2000 Away 2002 Home

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

Air Force 1995 Neutral

1-3

Akron 1988 Home 1995 Neutral 1997 Neutral 1999 Away

2-1 0-1 1-0 0-2

Army 1994 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

6-2-1 3-3 (OT) 6-0 0-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 2-3 2-1 2-0

Neutral Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away

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

Baltimore University 1949 Away 1957 Away 1960 Home 1962 Away 1963 Home 1964 Away 1966 Away 1968 No Location

0-5 0-6 0-10 1-9 0-3 1-7 1-4 0-7

Boston College 1982 Home 1983 Away 1995 Neutral 2002 Neutral

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

W L W L

Central Florida 1989 Home T W L W W W L W W L L L L L L L L

3-1-0

(2OT)

1-0-0 2-1

Brooklyn 1964 Away

1-0

UCLA 1985 Neutral (NCAA) 1986 Away 1987 Away

No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location Home Home Away Home Away Home Home Home

4-0 3-1 1-0 0-1 4-1 2-0 0-1 3-0 3-0 4-0 2-0 8-0 4-0 2-0 4-0

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

1975 1977 1978 1979 1981 1982 1983 1983 2004 2005

No Location No Location No Location No Location Home Home Away Home Away Home

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

Duke 1982 1996 2000 2006 2008

Away Neutral Away Away Away

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

L L L L L

East Carolina 1984 Away 1985 Home 1986 Away 1987 Home 1988 Away 1989 Home 1990 Away 1991 Home 1992 Away 1993 Home 1994 Away 1995 Home 1996 Away 1997 Home 1997 Home 1998 Away 1998 Home 1999 Away 2000 Home

17-2-0 2-1 (OT) 2-0 4-0 2-0 12-0 6-1 3-0 2-0 1-0 1-2 3-4 7-1 2-0 6-0 4-0 4-0 4-0 4-3 (OT) 3-1

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

Eastern Illinois 1988 Away

1-3

W

Evansville 1986 Away 1989 Away

0-3 0-3

L

Fairleigh Dickinson 1993 Home

5-0

W

Florida International 1985 Away 1987 Away 1990 Away 1992 Away 1997 Neutral

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

W L W L L

Fresno State 1983 Away 1984 Away 1988 Away

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

W L W

Frostburg State 1957 No Location 1987 Home

0-4 12-0

Gallaudet 1960 Home 1962 Home 1963 Away 1964 Home 1965 Away 1966 No Location 1968 No Location 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location

3-1 3-0 3-1 6-0 8-0 5-5 10-0 3-2 4-1 5-0

Georgetown 1957 No Location 1960 Home 1961 Away 1962 Home 1963 Away 1964 Home 1966 No Location 1968 No Location 1969 No Location

3-1 2-8 2-1 6-4 0-3 1-1 1-2 3-4 0-1

1-0-0 6-3

Clemson 0-4-0 1978 No Location (NCAA) 0-4 1979 No Location (NCAA) 0-1 1985 Away 0-1 1986 Away 1-2

L L L L

Cleveland State 1988 Home 1992 Away

1-0-1 0-0 (OT) 4-0

T W

Coastal Carolina 1991 Away

0-4

W L W W

Colgate 2001 Home 2002 Away 2003 Home 2004 Away 2005 Home 2005 Home (PL Semis) 2006 Away 2007 Home 2008 Away

0-1-0 L 6-1-2 1-0 2-1 3-2 1-0 3-1 1-0 0-0 (2OT) 0-0 (2OT) 0-1

College of Charleston 1994 Neutral

3-2

Columbia 2007 Home

0-1

W L W W W W W L L W 0-5-0

W

0-8-0

Bowling Green 2007 Home

Bucknell 1975 No Location 1996 Home 2001 Away 2002 Home 2003 Away 2004 Home 2005 Away 2006 Home 2007 Away 2008 Home

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1989

W W W W W W T T L

1-0-0

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

W

3-2-0

0-1-0

1-0-0

W

6-4-0 1-2 3-1 (OT) 5-1 3-0 1-2 0-1 2-1 2-0 0-3 3-2 (2OT) 0-3-0 0-1 (8OT) 0-6 1-2

Cal State Fullerton 1996 Neutral

2-4

Cal State Northridge 2004 Away

3-4

Campbell 1993 Neutral

1-0-0 2-1 (OT)

Catholic 1957 Away 1960 No Location 1961 Away 1962 Home 1965 Away 1966 No Location 1968 No Location 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location

1-10 1-7 1-5 2-0 3-2 1-4 2-4 2-6 2-2 4-0

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

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

Connecticut 1983 Away 2002 Away

1-3 0-3

Cornell 2003 Home 2004 Away

0-1 3-0

Creighton 1993 Away

0-1-0 0-1 (OT)

Dartmouth 2005 Neutral

0-1

Davidson 1988 Away 1989 Home

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

0-1-0 L 1-1-0 4-3 0-1

W L

Davis & Elkins 1985 Away

0-0-1 3-3 (OT)

Delaware 1975 No Location 1976 No Location 1979 No Location 1981 Home 1982 Away

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

Dickinson 1968 No Location

0-4

T

2-2-1 (OT)

W L T L W

1-1-0 L W 8-0-1 W W W W W T W W W W

16-8-1 L L L W W L L L T W

0-1-0

District of Columbia 1991 Home

1-0

Drexel 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location

1-0 1-2 1-1

L 1-0-0 W 8-4-1

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

W L T

25-19-2 W L W W L T L L L

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American University Men’s Soccer

All-Time Series Results 1970 1972 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

No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

George Mason 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1981 Away 1982 Away 1983 Home 1984 Away 1984 Home (NCAA) 1985 Home 1985 Home (NCAA) 1986 Away 1987 Home 1988 Away 1989 Home 1990 Away 1991 Home 1992 Away 1992 Away 1993 Home 1993 Neutral 1994 Away 1995 Home 1996 Away 1996 Neutral 1997 Home 1998 Away 1999 Home 2000 Away 2001 Home 2003 Away 2007 Away 2008 Home George Washington 1966 No Location 1968 No Location 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location 1975 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Away

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3-0 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-0 3-0 3-1 0-1 1-4 4-1 7-0 6-0 4-0 2-0 3-1 3-0 2-1 3-0 0-2 2-3 1-0 2-3 0-1 3-0 1-2 0-2 2-1 0-1 1-0 4-0 1-1 2-1 0-1 2-1 1-2 4-1

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

(OT)

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

15-13-5 7-1 5-2 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-0 3-1 1-1 1-0 1-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-0 2-1 1-2 2-1 0-2 1-1 2-3 2-0 3-0 0-2 3-1 2-1 0-1

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

(OT) (OT) (OT)

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

20-11-3 1-0 0-2 2-1 3-1 2-1 1-3 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 4-2 2-1 0-0 (OT)

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

1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Home Away Home Neutral Home Neutral Home Neutral Away Neutral Home

Georgia State 1982 Away

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

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

(OT)

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

1-0-0 3-1

Gonzaga 1999 Neutral

2-1

Hartford 1991 Home

1-2

Hartwick 1983 Away 1985 Home (NCAA)

1-2 1-0

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

Hofstra 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location 1975 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Home 1982 Away 1983 Home 1992 Away

0-0 1-2 0-1 6-0 2-1 4-0 4-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 4-1 1-0 3-0

Holy Cross 2001 Away 2001 Away 2002 Home 2003 Away 2004 Home 2005 Away 2006 Home 2007 Away 2008 Home 2008 Neutral (PL Semis)

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

Howard 1957 No Location 1963 No Location 1964 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Away 1982 Away 1983 Home 1984 Away 1985 Home 1986 Away 1987 Home 1988 Away 1989 Home 1990 Away 1991 Home 1992 Away 1993 Home 1994 Away 1995 Home 1996 Home 1997 Away

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

L W 10-2-1 T L L W W W W W W W W W W 3-5-2 (OT) (4OT) (2OT)

(OT) (2OT)

L T L L W L W L W T

16-9-4

(OT) (OT) (OT)

(OT)

(OT)

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

1998 2002 2004 2006 2008

Home Home Home Home Home

4-2 5-0 2-0 2-0 5-0

W W W W W

Indiana 1981 Home 1986 Away

0-0-2 1-1 (OT) 1-1 (OT)

T T

Indiana (Pa.) 1978 Away 1985 Home

1-0 8-1

Jacksonville 1989 Away

2-3

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

James Madison 1984 Home 1985 Away 1986 Home 1987 Away 1988 Home 1989 Away 1990 Home 1990 Home 1991 Away 1992 Home 1993 Home 1994 Home 1995 Away 1996 Home 1997 Away 1998 Home 2000 Home 2007 Away 2008 Home

5-12-2 4-1 6-1 0-1 2-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-3 0-4 2-3 0-2 1-3 2-5 3-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1

Lafayette 1994 Home 2001 Home 2002 Away 2003 Home 2004 Away 2004 Home (PL Semis) 2005 Home 2005 Home (PL Finals) 2006 Away 2007 Home 2008 Away

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

La Salle 1968 Home 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location 1975 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Away 1982 Home 1982 Away 1983 Away 1996 Home 1997 Away

10-6-1 3-0 2-1 3-0 3-2 1-2 2-2 N/A 5-0 3-5 2-0 2-0 1-3 1-0 1-2 3-1 2-3 (OT) 3-1

Lehigh 1990 Home 1996 Neutral 2001 Home 2001 Neutral 2002 Away 2002 Neutral 2003 Home 2004 Away 2004 Home (PL Finals) 2005 Home 2006 Away 2007 Home 2008 Away

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

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

(OT)

(OT) (OT) (2OT) (2OT)

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

6-2-3

(OT) (OT) (2OT) (2OT) (2OT)

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

8-3-2

(2OT) (2OT) (2OT)

(OT)

2-Time Patriot League Champions

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


American University Men’s Soccer

All-Time Series Results Liberty 2000 Neutral Lock Haven 1989 Away Long Island 1977 No Location 1980 No Location 2004 Home (NCAA)

1-0-0 2-1 1-0-0 2-0 3-5 3-5 3-0 0-5 4-2 0-5 2-6 1-4 0-1 2-1 0-2 0-5 1-4 N/A 1-3 2-0 1-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 3-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-6 3-3 0-1 1-0 3-1 2-0 2-1

Loyola Marymount 2004 Neutral

2-3

Lynchburg 1957 Home 1958 Away 1960 Away 1961 Home

3-5 1-3 0-11 0-3

Maryland 1974 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Home 1982 Away 1983 Home 1984 Away 1985 Home 1986 Away 1987 Home 1988 Away 1989 Home 1990 Home 1991 Home 1992 Away 1993 Home 1994 Away 1995 Home 1996 Away 1997 Home 1997 Home 1998 Away 1999 Home 2000 Away 2001 Away 2002 Away 2003 Away 2008 Away

W 1-2-0

Loyola (Md.) 1949 Away 1957 Home 1960 Away 1961 Home 1962 Away 1963 Home 1964 Away 1966 Away 1968 Away 1974 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Home 1982 Home 1983 Home 1984 Away 1985 Home 1991 Home 1992 Away 1998 Neutral 2001 Home 2002 Home 2003 Neutral 2004 Home 2006 Home

Marshall 1992 Home 1998 Neutral

W

L L W 10-14-4

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

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

0-1-0 L

UMBC 1986 Home 1987 Away 1988 Home 1989 Home 1990 Home 1996 Home 1997 Away

6-0-1 2-1 2-1 4-0 2-0 1-0 3-1 1-1 (OT)

W W W W W W T

Maryland-Eastern Shore 1-0-0 1991 Away 1-0

W

Mount St. Mary’s 1957 Home 1960 Away 1961 Home 1962 Away 1963 Home 1964 Away 1966 Away 1968 No Location 1988 Home 1989 Away

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

T L L L L W W L W W

Navy 1979 1981 1982 1983 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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

No Location Away Home Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

4-5-1

7-7-3 (OT)

(OT) (OT) (OT)

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

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

(OT)

W L

9-19-3 2-3 0-3 0-1 2-4 1-2 2-1 0-1 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-2 0-2 2-1 0-0 1-2 2-0 2-4 1-2 1-1 3-1 1-0 0-2 1-4 0-3 1-5 0-1 1-2 4-0

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

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

UNLV 1984 Away 1995 Neutral

1-1-0 0-1 (OT) 2-0

L W

New Mexico 2006 Away

0-1-0 0-1 (OT)

L

North Carolina 1979 No Location 1986 Away 1987 Away 1996 Neutral 2001 Away

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

T L L W L

Charlotte 1990 Away

0-2

UNC-Greensboro 1994 Neutral

0-3

0-1-0 L 0-1-0 L

UNC-Wilmington 1984 Away 1985 Home 1986 Away 1987 Home 1988 Away 1989 Home 1990 Away 1991 Home 1992 Away 1993 Home 1994 Away 1995 Home 1996 Away 1997 Home 1998 Away 1999 Home 2000 Away

11-5-1 3-2 1-0 3-0 0-0 (OT) 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 2-1 (OT) 5-3 3-0 2-0 2-1 1-2 (OT) 5-1 4-1

North Carolina State 2006 Away 2008 Neutral

2-3 3-0

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

1-1-0

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

L W

Ohio State 2001 Neutral 2002 Neutral Old Dominion 1981 Home 1982 Home 1983 Away 1984 Home 1985 Away 1991 Home 1992 Away 1993 Away 1993 Neutral 1994 Home 1994 Neutral 1995 Away 1995 Neutral 1996 Home 1997 Away 1998 Home 1999 Away 2000 Home 2001 Away 2002 Home 2003 Away 2004 Away

2-0-0

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

Oneonta State 1986 Away

2-0

Oral Roberts 1993 Home

0-1-0 4-5 (OT)

Pennsylvania 1993 Away 1994 Home 2000 Home 2004 Home 2005 Away 2006 Home 2007 Away 2008 Neutral

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

Penn State 1998 Neutral 2001 Home 2002 Away

2-0 1-2 2-1

W L W

Philadelphia Textile 1996 Home 1997 Away

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

W L

Princeton 1990 Away 1995 Away 1997 Away 1998 Away 1999 Home 2000 Away 2001 Home 2002 Away 2003 Home 2004 Away 2005 Home 2006 Away 2007 Home 2008 Away

2-1 2-5 2-1 1-2 0-2 0-3 3-3 2-3 3-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-0 2-1

Randolph-Macon 1957 No Location

2-1

W

Richmond 1984 Home 1985 Away 1986 Home 1987 Away 1988 Home 1989 Away 1990 Home 1990 Home 1991 Away 1992 Home 1993 Away 1994 Home 1995 Away 1996 Neutral 1997 Home

9-8-1 5-0 6-0 0-1 2-1 0-1 (OT) 3-2 0-2 1-2 3-2 0-2 (OT) 2-0 2-3 2-1 1-2 (OT) 3-0

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

2-1 2-1

W W 7-12-3

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

(OT) (OT)

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

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

2-1-0

5-7-2 (OT) (OT) (OT) (OT)

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

1-0-0

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American University Men’s Soccer

All-Time Series Results 1998 Away 1999 Away 2000 Home

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

Rider 1966 1968 1975 1979 1980 1983 1989

1-5 1-3 2-3 3-0 1-0 5-0 5-1

L T W

4-3-0 No Location No Location No Location No Location No Location Home Home

Roanoke 1960 No Location 1961 Away 1964 No Location 1966 No Location Robert Morris 1995 Home 1998 Home 1999 Away

L L L W W W W 1-2-1

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

W L L T 2-1-0

1-4 3-0 2-1

L W W

Rutgers 1997 Away 1998 Home 1999 Away 2000 Neutral

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

W L L L

St. Francis (Pa.) 1991 Home 2006 Neutral

1-0-1 1-0 0-0 (2OT)

W T

St. John’s (N.Y.) 1993 Home 2000 Neutral

1-3 1-1 (OT)

L T

St. Joseph’s 1966 No Location 1968 No Location 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location 1975 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Home 1989 Home

6-6-2 0-3 2-3 2-4 0-4 0-3 2-2 (OT) 1-1 (OT) 0-2 2-1 1-0 3-0 2-1 2-0 3-2

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

St. Louis 1996 Neutral

2-1

St. Peter’s 1992 Home

7-1

San Jose State 1984 Away

2-1

Seton Hall 1990 Neutral 1999 Neutral

1-0 1-3

South Alabama 1991 Away

0-0-1 1-1 (OT)

South Carolina 1985 Away (NCAA) 1998 Neutral

2-0 1-2

South Florida 1986 Away 1992 Away 2007 Away

6-3 0-3 1-6

Stanford 1988 Away Tampa 1985 Away 1986 Away 1987 Away

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0-1-1

1-0-0 W 1-0-0 W 1-0-0 W 1-1-0 W L T

1-1-0 W L

Temple 1966 No Location 1968 No Location 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location 1975 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1980 No Location 1981 Home

2-8 0-2 0-1 2-6 1-4 1-5 3-3 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0

Texas-Pan American 1949 No Location

0-5

Towson 1949 No Location 1950 No Location 1957 Away 1960 Away 1961 No Location 1962 Home 1963 Away 1964 Home 1981 Away 1982 Home 1983 Away 1984 Home 1985 Away 1986 Home 1987 Away 1990 Home 1991 Away

0-4 3-2 2-3 1-2 0-4 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 0-1 1-0 7-0 3-1 2-1 3-0 1-0 1-2

Villanova 1994 Home 1995 Home

3-8-5

Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Away Home Home

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

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

2-1 2-1

Virginia 1979 No Location (NCAA) 1-0 1984 Away (NCAA) 0-0 1991 Home 0-2 1993 Away 1-4 1994 Home 1-4 1995 Away 1-5 1997 Home 3-1 1997 Away 1-2 1998 Neutral 2-1 1999 Away 0-2 2000 Away 1-4 2001 Neutral 2-4 2002 Away 1-2 2003 Neutral 0-1 2004 Away (NCAA) 1-2 2006 Away 1-2 2008 Away 2-4 VCU 1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 2000 2001 2002 2007

(OT)

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

W W 3-13-1 (OT)

(OT)

(2OT)

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

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

1-2-0 W L L

VMI 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1980 No Location

L 1-2-0

2-1 1-2 0-1

W L L

4-4 1-2 3-0

1-1-1

Washington College 1949 No Location 1960 No Location 1961 No Location 1962 Home 1963 Away 1968 No Location

1-3 0-6 1-4 4-2 2-1 1-3

West Chester 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1972 No Location 1974 No Location 1975 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 Away 1979 No Location 1980 No Location 1982 Home

1-6 0-4 1-0 2-1 3-1 3-1 3-0 1-2 3-0 3-2 3-1 2-1

West Virginia 1988 Away 2005 Home 2006 Away

5-1 0-2 1-2

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

Western Maryland 1949 No Location 1950 No Location 1957 No Location 1966 No Location 1968 No Location

0-4 5-1 3-4 1-0 0-1

William & Mary 1969 No Location 1970 No Location 1976 No Location 1977 No Location 1978 No Location 1979 No Location 1981 Home 1982 Away 1983 Home 1984 Away 1985 Home 1986 Away 1987 Home 1988 Away 1989 Home 1990 Away 1991 Away 1991 Away 1992 Away 1993 Home 1994 Away 1995 Home 1995 Neutral 1996 Away 1997 Home 1997 Home 1997 Home 1998 Away 1999 Home 1999 Neutral 2000 Away 2001 Home 2003 Away 2004 Away 2007 Away

1-0 1-3 2-2 0-2 3-2 2-0 0-0 4-3 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-4 0-1 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-7 1-4 0-2 1-4 4-3 3-2 2-1 1-2 0-1 0-3 2-2 3-0 4-1 0-1 0-1

Wooster 1979 No Location

3-0

(OT)

W L L

2-3-0 L W L W L 10-21-4 (OT)

(OT)

(OT)

(OT)

(OT)

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

3-0-0 3-1 5-1 5-1

W W W

0-1-0 1-2

Washington & Lee 1962 Home 1963 Home 1964 Away

Virginia Tech 1990 Away 1993 Home

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

Wake Forest 1987 Away 2001 Away

4-0 3-0

Yale 2005 Away

1-0-0 W 0-1-0 2-3

L W

2-0-0 W W

2-Time Patriot League Champions

L


American University Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results Year

Overall Record

Conference Record Coach

1949

0-6-0

1950 1951-53 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 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

2-5-0 N/A 0-4-0 0-10-0 1-0-0 3-7-0 3-10-1 5-4-1 2-9-0 2-7-0 4-4-1 2-6-1 5-3-2 5-9-2 3-7-2 2-9-2 2-12-0 5-5-1 6-5-1 4-5-1 5-5-0 8-3-0 3-6-2 6-3-3 6-5-1 9-8-0 10-5-1 14-3-5 9-5-1 6-7-5 13-6-1 13-7-0 13-4-2 19-3-2 10-9-3 11-7-2 9-11-1 11-8-2 12-9-1 6-11-4 7-11-1 8-10-2 8-10-2 10-11-0 12-8-1 17-4-4 7-14-1 9-9-1 7-9-2 13-8-2 13-7-2 7-9-1 15-6-2 7-10-1 6-10-3 6-9-3 9-7-3

Totals

410-404-82 96-74-18

1949: (0-6-0)

Postseason

Gil Roberts & Dr. John E. Bentley Gil Roberts

3-1-0 4-1-0 4-0-1 6-1-0 2-3-2 5-1-1 1-6-0 3-3-1 1-5-1 2-4-1 1-5-1 2-5-0 2-5-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 6-0-2 1-7-0 5-2-1 5-2-1 6-1-0 4-2-1 2-5-0 6-1-0 5-2-0 2-3-2 3-2-2 5-1-1

Bob Frailey Ken Hildreth Bill Lauritzen Bill Lauritzen Bill Lauritzen Bill Lauritzen Howard Sorrell Howard Sorrell Howard Sorrell Howard Sorrell Sal Esposito Maung Gyi Larry Nyce Larry Nyce Ned Boehm Ned Boehm Dick Stinson John Kerr Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Pete Mehlert Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Bob Jenkins Todd West Todd West Todd West Todd West Todd West Todd West Todd West Todd West Todd West

Towson Teachers Loyola (Md.) Baltimore University Western Maryland Washington College Pan-American Union

0-4 0-5 0-5 0-4 1-3 0-5

1950: (2-0-0)

Towson Teachers 3-2 Western Maryland College 5-1

L L L L L L W W

1951-56: Results Missing 1957: (3-7-1)

Mt. St. Mary’s Towson Teachers Baltimore University Randolph-Macon Lynchburg Howard Catholic Georgetown Loyola (Md.) Frostburg Teachers Western Maryland

1-1 2-3 0-6 2-1 3-5 0-2 1-10 3-1 4-2 0-4 3-4

T L L W L L L W W L L

3-1 2-6 0-10 2-8 0-5 0-11 1-2 1-5 2-1 1-7 0-6

W L L L L L L L W L L

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

W W L L L L L L L

1-4 1-9 1-6 0-1 3-0 4-4 6-4 2-0 4-2

L L L L W T W W W

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

L L T W L L L W L

2-1 6-0 1-7 1-1 3-0 1-2 1-0 0-4 1-1 1-0

W W L T W L W L T W

1958-59: Results Missing 1960: (2-9-0)

Gallaudet Mt. St. Mary’s Baltimore Georgetown Loyola (Md.) Lynchburg Towson Teachers Georgetown Roanoke Catholic Washington College

NCAA Tournament NCAA Quarterfinals

NCAA Tournament NCAA Championship Game

1961: (2-7-0)

Georgetown Gallaudet Roanoke Lynchburg Catholic Mount St. Mary’s Towson Washington Loyola (Md.)

1962: (4-4-1)

Loyola (Md.) Baltimore Mt. St. Mary’s Towson Gallaudet Washington & Lee Georgetown Catholic Washington College

1963: (2-6-1)

NCAA Quarterfinals

NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round

8 NCAA Tournaments

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Loyola (Md.) Mt. St. Mary’s Towson Washington College Baltimore. Howard Washington & Lee Gallaudet Georgetown

1964: (5-3-2)

Loyola (Md.) Gallaudet Baltimore Georgetown Washington & Lee Towson Mt. St. Mary’s Roanoke Howard Brooklyn

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American University Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results 1965: (5-9-2) Towson Roanoke Mount St. Mary’s North Carolina Duke Western Maryland Georgetown Gallaudent Loyola (Md.) Washington & Lee Baltimore Howard St. Joseph’s Catholic George Washington Brooklyn

1-4 3-1 0-3 0-3 4-6 2-2 2-0 10-2 1-3 1-2 4-6 1-5 1-2 3-2 4-1 2-2

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

4-3 0-2 1-0 5-5 1-2 1-0 1-4 0-2 2-2 0-3 1-5 2-8

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

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

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

10-0 0-5 0-5 0-1 0-2 3-0 1-3 0-4 3-4 1-3 2-4 2-3 0-2 0-7

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

3-2 2-1 0-0 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-6 2-6 2-4 7-1 0-1

W W T W L W L L L W L

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

W W L W L L W W

1966: (3-7-2) Mt. St. Mary’s Loyola (Md.) Western Maryland Gallaudet Georgetown George Washington Baltimore Catholic Roanoke St. Joseph’s Rider Temple

1967: (2-9-2) Gallaudet George Washington Western Maryland Baltimore Loyola (Md.) Georgetown Dickinson Washington College St. Joseph’s Catholic Mount St. Mary’s Rider Temple

1968: (2-12-0) Gallaudet Mt. St. Mary’s Loyola (Md.) Western Maryland George Washington LaSalle Washington Dickinson Georgetown Rider Catholic St. Joseph’s Temple Baltimore

1969: (5-5-1) Gallaudet George Washington Hofstra La Salle Georgetown William & Mary West Chester Catholic St. Joseph’s George Mason Temple

1970: (6-5-1) Gallaudet George Washington Hofstra La Salle William & Mary West Chester Georgetown Drexel

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Catholic St. Joseph’s George Mason Temple

2-2 0-4 5-2 2-6

T L W L

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

W W L W W L L W L L

1971: Results Missing 1972: (5-5-0) Gallaudet George Washington Hofstra La Salle West Chester Temple Drexel Catholic St. Joseph’s Georgetown

1973: Results Missing 1-3 2-3 6-0 1-4 2-1 1-2 1-5 1-1 4-0 2-2 0-1

L L W L W L L T W T L

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

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

1975: (6-3-3) George Washington Hofstra St. Joseph’s Georgetown Drexel West Chester Temple Bucknell Delaware Catholic La Salle Rider

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

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

Navy 0-1 (OT) North Carolina 2-2 (OT) Wooster 3-0 Maryland 1-2 William & Mary 2-0 Georgetown 3-1 Delaware 2-2 (OT) La Salle 2-0 West Chester State 3-2 Temple 1-1 (OT) George Washington 4-2 Drexel 2-1 Catholic 2-0 St. Joseph’s 3-0 Howard 1-1 (OT) George Mason 2-0 Hofstra 1-0 Loyola (Md.) 1-0 Temple * 0-0 (OT) Virginia # 1-0 Rider @ 3-0 Clemson % 0-1 * ECC East Playoff Game # NCAA South-Atlantic Championships @ ECC Championships % NCAA Quarternals

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

1980: (9-5-1)

1976: (6-5-1) Temple Delaware Maryland George Washington St. Joseph’s VMI Georgetown William & Mary West Chester Catholic Loyola (Md.) La Salle

William & Mary Maryland Indiana (Pa.) Georgetown La Salle West Chester Temple George Washington Drexel Catholic St. Joseph’s Howard George Mason Hofstra Loyola (Md.) Clemson # # NCAA Tournament

1979: (14-3-5)

1974: (3-6-2) George Washington Maryland Hofstra Loyola (Md.) West Chester La Salle Temple Drexel Catholic St. Joseph’s Georgetown

1978: (10-5-1)

2-1 1-2 0-3 1-0 0-2 3-1 1-0 2-2 3-1 1-0 N/A N/A

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William & Mary 0-2 Maryland 0-1 Loyola (Md.) 1-3 Long Island 3-5 VMI 5-1 Georgetown 1-0 La Salle 5-0 West Chester 3-0 Temple 1-0 George Washington 0-1 Drexel 1-2 Catholic 0-1 St. Joseph’s 2-1 Howard 1-0 Hofstra 4-0 Temple * 1-0 West Chester ** 1-2 * ECC Division Playoff Game **ECC Championship Game

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1977: (9-8-0)

Long Island 3-5 Virginia Military Institute 5-1 Georgetown 0-1 La Salle 2-0 West Chester 3-1 Temple 1-1 (OT) Maryland 2-1 Loyola (Md.) 1-3 Rider 1-0 George Washington 2-1 Catholic 0-1 St. Joseph’s 2-1 Howard 1-0 Hofstra 4-0 Temple * 1-2 * ECC Division Playoff Game

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1981: (6-7-5) William & Mary Maryland Indiana at Georgetown at Howard at La Salle * Temple at Navy at George Washington Delaware at Towson State * Catholic Drexel * Old Dominion at George Mason St. Joseph’s Loyola Hofstra * ECC Game

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

2-Time Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results 1982: (13-6-1, 3-1 East Coast Conf.) West Chester State at Maryland at Georgia State at Duke Georgetown at William & Mary Boston College at Howard La Salle * Navy Loyola (Md.) George Washington Towson State * Catholic Drexel * at George Mason at Hofstra * Old Dominion at Delaware ! at La Salle ! * ECC Game ! ECC Tournament

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

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1983: (13-7, 4-1 East Coast Conf.) at Boston College 0-1 at Connecticut 1-3 at Hartwick $ 1-2 at Fresno State $ 3-1 Maryland 1-0 William & Mary 0-1 at Georgetown 7-0 at Old Dominion 0-1 Howard 1-2 Navy 3-0 Loyola (Md.) 3-1 George Washington 1-0 at Towson State * 1-0 at Catholic 4-0 at Drexel 2-1 George Mason 1-0 at La Salle * 3-1 Hofstra * 1-0 Rider * 5-0 Drexel * 1-2 $ Mayor’s Cup in Oneonta, N.Y. * ECC Game

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1984: (13-4-2, 4-0-1 ECAC South) at UNLV 0-1 (OT) at San Jose State # 2-1 at Fresno State # 1-3 (OT) at Maryland 3-0 at William & Mary * 1-0 Georgetown 6-0 at Howard 0-2 at UNC Wilmington * 3-2 at East Carolina * 2-1 (OT) at Loyola (Md.) 0-1 at George Washington 2-1 Towson State 7-0 Catholic 2-0 at George Mason * 1-1 (OT) James Madison * 4-1 Old Dominion 4-1 Richmond 5-0 George Mason % 2-1 at Virginia % 0-0 (OT)! # Goal Rush Classic * ECAC South Game % NCAA Tournament Game ! Virginia advances on penalty kicks

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1985: (19-3-2, 6-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) Indiana (Pa.) Maryland at Florida International & at Tampa & at Georgetown Howard East Carolina * UNC Wilmington * at Old Dominion Loyola (Md.) George Washington

8-1 1-0 2-1 (OT) 2-1 4-0 1-1 (OT) 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 (OT) 3-1

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at Towson State 3-1 W at Catholic 8-0 W William & Mary * 0-1 L George Mason * 1-0 (OT) W at Clemson % 0-1 L at Davis & Elkins % 3-3 (OT) T at James Madison * 6-1 W Navy * 1-0 W at Richmond * 6-0 W George Mason @ 3-1 W at South Carolina # 2-0 W Hartwick $ 1-0 W UCLA ^ 0-1 (8OT) L & Sunblazer Invitational (Miami) * CAA Contest, % Clemson Umbro Invitational @ South Atlantic Regional Final (NCAA Tournament) # NCAA Quarternals $ NCAA Seminals ^ NCAA Championship (Kingdome, Seattle, Wash.)

1986: (10-9-3, 2-3-2 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) at Oneonta State 2-0 W at Evansville 0-3 L at Maryland 0-1 L Georgetown 2-0 W at Clemson $ 1-2 L at North Carolina $ 0-1 L at Howard 1-0 W at East Carolina * 4-0 W at UNC Wilmington * 3-0 W at South Florida & 6-3 W at Tampa & 1-2 L at George Washington 2-1 W Towson State 2-1 W James Madison * 0-1 (OT) L at William & Mary * 1-4 L at George Mason * 1-1 (OT) T at UCLA % 0-6 L at Indiana % 1-1 (OT) T Catholic 4-0 W at Navy * 1-1 (OT) T UMBC 2-1 W Richmond * 0-1 L $ Patriot Invitational * CAA Contest & McDonalds Classic % Clemson Umbro Invitational

1987: (11-7-2, 5-1-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) at Adelphi # 1-4 at Wake Forest # 4-0 Maryland 1-1 (OT) at Georgetown 3-1 at UCLA $ 1-2 at North Carolina $ 1-2 Howard 1-0 East Carolina * 2-0 UNC Wilmington * 0-0 (OT) George Washington 2-3 at Towson State 3-0 at James Madison * 2-1 (OT) William & Mary * 0-1 George Mason * 1-0 Frostburg State 12-0 Navy * 1-0 at Florida International % 0-2 at Tampa % 0-1 at Richmond * 2-1 at UMBC 2-1 # Coca-Cola Classic $ Patriot Invitational *CAA Contest % Florida International Tournament

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8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

1988: (9-11-1, 1-6-0 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) Akron # 2-1 Cleveland St. # 0-0 (OT) at Maryland 1-2 at Stanford $ 1-2 at Fresno State $ 2-0 Georgetown 3-0 at Eastern Illinois % 1-3 at West Virginia % 5-1 at Howard 0-1 at East Carolina * 12-0 at UNC Wilmington * 1-2 at George Mason * 1-2 (OT) at George Washington 1-3 James Madison * 0-2 at William & Mary * 1-2 Mt. St. Mary’s 5-0 at Navy * 1-3 Catholic 2-0 Richmond * 0-1 (OT) at Davidson 4-3 UMBC 4-0 # Akron Zip Classic $ Fresno State Gold Rush Classic * CAA Contest % Patriot Invitational

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1989: (11-8-2, 3-3-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) Maryland 0-2 L St. Joseph’s @ 3-2 W Rider @ 5-1 W at Georgetown 2-1 W at Evansville # 0-3 L at Lock Haven State # 2-0 W Howard 0-2 L East Carolina* 6-1 W UNC Wilmington * 1-0 W George Mason * 1-2 (OT) L at Jacksonville $ 2-3 L Central Florida $ 6-3 W George Washington 1-1 (OT) T Davidson 0-1 L at James Madison * 0-1 (OT) L William & Mary* 1-2 L Navy * 0-0 (OT) T at Mt. St. Mary’s 1-0 W Catholic 4-0 W at Richmond * 3-2 W UMBC 2-0 W @ AU Soccer Classic # Patriot Invitational * CAA Contest $ Jacksonville Soccer Classic

1990: (12-9-1, 1-5-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) UMBC 1-0 Lehigh # 3-0 Towson State # 1-0 Georgetown 3-0 at Adelphi @ 1-0 at Florida International @ 2-0 Maryland 2- 1 (OT) at East Carolina * 3-0 at UNC Wilmington * 0-1 at Howard 0-1 (OT) vs. Seton Hall $ 1-0 at Princeton $ 2-1 (OT) at UNC Charlotte % 0-2 at Virginia Tech % 1-3 James Madison * 0-1 (OT) at William & Mary * 1-2 at Navy * 2-2 (OT) Richmond * 0-2 George Washington 4-1 at George Mason * 0-2 James Madison & 2-1 Richmond & 1-2 # AU/diadora Classic @ Patriot Invitational * CAA Contest $ diadora Classic at Princeton % UNC Charlotte Tournament & CAA Tournament

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American University Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results 1991: (6-11-4, 2-4-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.)

1994: (8-10-2, 2-5 Colonial Ath. Assoc.)

District of Columbia # St. Francis # at Georgetown at South Alabama @ at Coastal Carolina @ Maryland East Carolina * UNC Wilmington * Howard at Towson State at William & Mary * Hartford at James Madison * Virginia Old Dominion * at Richmond * George Washington George Mason * Loyola (Md.) at Maryland-Eastern Shore at William & Mary $ # AU/diadora Classic @ Patriot Invitational * CAA Contest $ CAA Tournament

Villanova # 2-1 Lafayette # 5-1 Virginia 1-4 vs. Army @ 3-3 (OT) vs. College of Charleston @3-2 at Maryland 2-4 (OT) Richmond * 2-3 Pennsylvania 5-1 vs. Campbell % 2-1 (OT) vs. UNC Greensboro % 0-3 at William & Mary* 2-7 James Madison * 0-2 at Howard 2-2 (OT) Old Dominion * 2-3 (OT) Georgetown 2-3 (OT) at George Mason * 2-1 (OT) at George Washington 5-4 (OT) at East Carolina * 3-4 at UNC Wilmington * 5-3 vs. Old Dominion $ 1-2 # AU/diadora Classic * CAA Contest @ George Mason/Lanzera Classic % UNC Greensboro/Mitre Classic $ CAA Tournament

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

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1992: (7-11-1, 1-5-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.)

1995: (10-11, 5-3 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) --

Marshall # 3-1 St. Peter’s # 7-1 Georgetown 2-3 (OT) at Hofstra @ 3-0 at Cleveland State @ 4-0 at Maryland 1-2 at Loyola (Md.) 0-6 at Old Dominion * 0-1 (OT) at Univ. of South Florida % 0-3 at Florida International % 1-2 at William & Mary * 1-1 (OT) at Howard 3-1 James Madison * 0-4 Richmond * 0-2 (OT) at George Mason * 0-2 at George Washington 4-1 (OT) at East Carolina * 1-0 at UNC Wilmington * 0-2 at George Mason $ 0-1 # AU/diadora Classic @ Patriot Invitational * CAA Contest % Florida International Classic $ CAA Tournament

Villanova 2-1 W vs. Boston College @ 3-1 W vs. UNLV @ 2-0 W vs. Air Force $ 1-3 L vs. Akron $ 0-1 L Maryland 1-2 L at Richmond* 2-1 W at Princeton 2-5 L Robert Morris 1-4 L VCU * 5-0 W Howard 4-3 W at James Madison * 1-3 L William & Mary * 1-4 L at Old Dominion * 1-0 W at Georgetown 0-1 (OT) L George Mason * 1-2 L George Washington 4-3 (OT) W at Virginia 1-5 L East Carolina * 7-1 W UNC Wilmington * 3-0 W vs. Old Dominion # 2-1 W vs. William & Mary # 0-2 L @ Coca-Cola Classic at Charlotteville, Va. $ George Mason/Lanzera Classic * CAA Contest # CAA Tournament

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1993: (8-10-2, 2-5 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) St. John’s (N.Y.) # FDU-Teaneck # at Virginia Virginia Tech @ Oral Roberts @ Maryland at Creighton William & Mary * at Old Dominion * James Madison * Howard at Pennsylvania at Richmond * UNC Wilmington * at Georgetown George Mason * George Washington East Carolina * vs. George Mason % vs. Old Dominion % # AU/diadora Classic @ Patriot Invitational * CAA Contest % CAA Tournament

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

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1996: (12-8-1, 5-3 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) La Salle 2-3 (OT) vs. St. Louis # 2-1 vs. Cal State—Fullerton # 2-4 vs. North Carolina State $ 3-1 vs. Duke $ 0-2 vs. Richmond * % 1-2 (OT) vs. Lehigh % 1-2 Georgetown 3-0 at VCU * 1-0 James Madison * 2-5 at William & Mary * 1-4 Old Dominion * 3-2 Bucknell 3-1 (OT) UMBC 3-1 at George Mason * 2-1 at Maryland 1-1 (OT) Philadelphia Textile 3-2 (OT) Howard 1-0 at East Carolina * 2-0 at UNC Wilmington * 2-0 vs. George Mason @ 0-2 (OT) # UVa. Coca-Cola Classic $ Duke Met Life—adidas Soccer Classic * CAA Contest % Richmond Nike Challenge @ CAA Tournament

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1997: (17-4-4, 6-0-2 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) Virginia 3-1 W at UMBC 1-1 (OT) T vs. Florida International # 1-2 (OT) L vs. Akron # 1-0 W at Georgetown 1-2 (OT) L Richmond * 3-0 W at La Salle 3-1 W VCU * 0-0 (OT) T at James Madison * 3-2 (OT) W William & Mary * 4-3 W at Old Dominion * 2-0 W at Rutgers 1-0 W George Mason * 1-1 (OT) T Maryland 3-1 W at Philadelphia Textile 0-1 L at Howard 4-0 W East Carolina * 6-0 W at Princeton 2-1 (OT) W UNC Wilmington * 2-1 W East Carolina $ 4-0 W William & Mary $ 3-2 W VCU $ 2-2 (OT) T William & Mary % 2-1 (OT) W Maryland % 1-0 W at Virginia % 1-2 (OT) L # UVa. Coca-Cola Classic * CAA Contest $ CAA Tournament % NCAA Tournament

1998: (7-14-1, 1-7 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) Georgetown 0-2 at Maryland 0-2 vs South Carolina @ 1-2 vs Adelphi @ 1-0 vs Penn State $ 2-0 vs Loyola (Md.) $ 3-3 (OT) Rutgers 1-2 at VCU * 2-4 James Madison * 0-2 vs Virginia % 2-1 vs Marshall % 1-2 (OT) at Princeton 1-2 (OT) at George Mason * 2-3 Robert Morris 3-0 at Richmond * 2-3 (OT) Howard 4-2 at East Carolina * 4-0 at UNC Wilmington * 1-2 (OT) Old Dominion * 1-2 at William & Mary * 1-2 East Carolina # 4-0 VCU # 1-4 @ Adelphi Tournament $ Va. Commonwealth Tournament * CAA Contest % UVa. Coca-Cola Classic # CAA Tournament

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1999: (9-9-1, 5-2-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) vs. Gonzaga @ vs. Seton Hall @ at Akron Adelphi at Rutgers at Old Dominion * at Virginia at James Madison * VCU * William & Mary * at Robert Morris Princeton Maryland UNC Wilmington * at Georgetown at East Carolina * George Mason * at Richmond * vs. William & Mary # @ Virginia Tournament * CAA Contest # CAA Tournament

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

2-Time Patriot League Champions

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American University Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results 2000: (7-9-2, 5-2-1 Colonial Ath. Assoc.) Georgetown @ vs. Liberty @ at Princeton Pennsylvania at Adelphi at William & Mary * at Maryland James Madison at VCU * vs. St. John’s $ vs. Rutgers $ at Duke Old Dominion * at UNC Wilmington * at Virginia East Carolina * at George Mason Richmond *

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

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2001: (13-8-2, 6-1 Patriot League) 1-0 1-0 2-4 1-5 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 (OT) 5-1 1-2 (OT) 0-2 3-3 (2OT) 6-0 1-2 3-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-0 0-1 (OT)

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@ D.C. College Cup $ Maryland/Fila Classic * PL Contest # PL Tournament at Worcester, Mass. % NCAA Tournament

2002: (13-7-2, 4-2-1 Patriot League) Howard @ Georgetown @ at Connecticut $ vs. Boston College $ vs. Ohio State % at Penn State % Old Dominion VCU Navy * at Lafayette * Loyola (Md.) Bucknell * at Princeton Holy Cross * Adelphi at Army * at Virginia at Lehigh * at Colgate * vs. Lehigh # George Washington ! at Maryland !

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

@ D.C. College Cup $ UConn/adidas Classic % Penn State/Nike Classic * PL Contest # PL Tournament at Worcester, Mass. ^ Lehigh advances in shootout, 4-2 ! NCAA Tournament

George Washington @ at Georgetown @ vs. Virginia $ at Maryland $ at Old Dominion U ^ vs. William & Mary ^ at George Mason Cornell at Navy * Lehigh * at Holy Cross* Princeton Colgate * vs. Loyola (Md.) % at Bucknell * Army * Lafayette *

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

2006: (6-10-3, 2-3-2 Patriot League) W T L L L W W L L L L W W W L W L

@ D.C. College Cup $ Maryland/adidas Classic ^ ODU/Stihl Classic % at Soccerplex in Germantown, Md. * PL Contest

@ D.C. Challenge * CAA Contest $ Rutgers Tournament at Georgetown @ vs George Washington @ vs Virginia $ at Maryland $ at Old Dominion at Navy * Lafayette * Loyola (Md.) at Bucknell * at Holy Cross * George Mason Princeton Army * Penn State at VCU Lehigh * William & Mary Colgate * Lehigh # at Holy Cross # vs Ohio State % at Wake Forest % at North Carolina %

2003: (7-9-1, 2-5 Patriot League)

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

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@ D.C. College Cup $ Matador Soccer Invitational * PL Contest % PL Tournament @ AU ! NCAA Tournament

2005: (7-10-1, 5-2 Patriot League) George Washington @ Georgetown @ Princeton Drexel Dartmouth $ Yale $ Lafayette * Navy * Loyola (Md.) Lehigh * Holy Cross * West Virginia Colgate * Bucknell * Pennsylvania Army * Colgate & Lafayette &

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

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

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@ D.C. College Cup at AU # Duke Tournament $ NM Youth Soccer Association Classic * PL Contest

2004: (15-6-2, 6-1 Patriot League) Drexel Howard @ Grorgetown @ Cal State Northridge $ Loyola Marymount $ George Washington Cornell Old Dominion William & Mary Navy * Lehigh * Princeton Holy Cross * Colgate * Loyola (Md.) Bucknell * Army * Pennsylvania Lafayette * Lafayette % Lehigh % Long Island ! at Virginia !

Howard @ Georgetown @ at Duke # at NC State # at Princeton Loloya (Md.) at George Washington at Lafayette * at New Mexico $ vs. St. Francis (Pa.) $ at Virginia at Lehigh * Holy Cross * at West Virginia at Colgate Pennsylvania Bucknell * Navy * at Army *

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2007: (6-9-3, 3-2-2 Patriot League) vs. George Washington @ at George Mason @ Princeton Bowling Green at South Florida at James Madison VCU at William & Mary Army * Columbia Lafayette * at Pennsylvania at Navy * at Georgetown Lehigh * at Holy Cross * Colgate * at Bucknell *

0-2 2-1 2-0 2-1 1-6 0-0 (2OT 0-5 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-0 (2OT) 1-2 1-0 1-2 (OT) 2-0 2-3 (OT) 0-0 (2OT) 0-3

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@ D.C. College Cup at Fairfax, Va. * PL Contest

2008: (9-7-3, 5-1-1 Patriot League) Howard ! George Mason ! vs. North Carolina St. @ at Duke @ at Princeton % vs. Pennsylvania % James Madison George Washington at Maryland at Lafayette * Navy * Georgetown at Lehigh * Holy Cross * at Virginia at Colgate * at Army * Bucknell * vs. Holy Cross #

5-0 1-0 (OT) 3-0 0-3 2-1 0-1 1-1 (2OT) 0-2 0-4 1-1 (2OT) 2-0 4-1 1-0 W, 1-0 2-4 0-1 2-0 3-2 (2OT) 1-1 (2OT)^

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! D.C. College Cup at AU @ Duke/Nike Classic at Durham, N.C. % Princeton Invitational at Princeton, N.J. * PL Contest # PL Tournament at Hamilton, N.Y. ^ Holy Cross advances in shootout, 5-3

@ D.C. College Cup $ Yale Classic * PL Contest & PL Tournament at AU

8 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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Washington, D.C. The National Mall is usually the center of every visitor’s trip to Washington DC. This tree-lined area of parkland stretches two and a half miles from the Potomac River to the United States Capitol on Capitol Hill and is adjoined by the White House. At one end of the National Mall, known as West Potomac Park, the Lincoln Memorial faces the Reecting Pool with a good view of Arlington Memorial Bridge, Constitution Gardens, the Tidal Basin and the Washington Monument. Further towards Capitol Hill are a number of museums and galleries, among which are many of the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, and the Smithsonian Institution building.

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Area Attractions • Adam’s Morgan • Arlington National Cemetery • Cherry Blossom Festival • China Town • Dupont Circle • Embassy Row • FDR Memorial • Federal Bureau of Investigation • Ford’s Theatre • International Spy Museum • Jefferson Memorial • John F. Kennedy Center • Library of Congress • Lincoln Memorial • National Archives • National Cathedral • National Gallery of Art • National Mall • Nationals Park • National Zoo • Newseum • Pentagon • Ronald Reagan Building • Smithsonian Institution • Supreme Court • U.S. Capitol • U.S. Mint • Union Station • Verizon Center • Vietnam Veterans Memorial • Washington Monument • White House

Area Pro Teams • D.C. United • Washington Capitals • Washington Nationals • Washington Redskins • Washington Wizards • Baltimore Orioles • Baltimore Ravens

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American University Situated within the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., American University’s traditional-style campus has much to offer students in the way of comfort, modern conveniences, and quick, easy access to city life. Our 84-acre, tree-lined campus, which was designated as a National Arboretum, is located at the top of Embassy Row in one of the most attractive, safe, and residential areas of our nation’s capital. The center of campus, also referred to as “the quad,” is a focal point of student life not only because our academic buildings line its grassy borders, but also because it’s a place to meet-andgreet with friends and student groups, catch an impromptu game of ultimate frisbee or take part in an after-class debrief with professors. Another favorite spot on campus is the beach volleyball pit located between the athletics elds. The adjacent grassy hillside is also a well known hangout for students on game days.

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General Enrollment Undergraduate.......... Undergraduate .......... 6,023 Graduate................... Graduate ................... 3,297 Law School ............... 1,664 Avg. Class Size .......... 22.5 Student-Faculty Ratio ... 14:1 Freshman Prole Freshman Enrollment... 1,577 Male-Female Ratio ... 38:62 Average HS GPA ........ 3.79 Average SAT... SAT... 1,160-1,360 Average ACT ............ 26-31 Faculty Prole Full-Time Faculty ......... 674 Adjunct Faculty ............ 500 94% have the highest degree in their eld.


Schools & Colleges

• American University students were ranked the “Most Politically Active,” and the university is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review in the 2009 edition of its annual book, The Best 368 Colleges. Colleges • U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Colleges 2010” ranked AU No. 84 among national universities.

• College of Arts & Sciences • Kogod School of Business • School of Communication • School of International Service • School of Public Affairs • Washington College of Law

Academic Resources • University Library • Law Library • Computer and Media Labs • Career Center • Courses on the Web • Center for Teaching Excellence • Learning Resources • Blackboard • AU Experts Guide • Watkins Art Gallery

5 Most Popular Majors • International Service • Business Administration • Justice • Political Science/Government • Public Communication

• 80 percent of AU undergraduate students are placed in at least one internship or co-op by the American University Career Center before graduation. • The career center welcomes more than 200 local and national employers to its job and internership fairs annually.

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Distinguished Alumni David Aldridge, SOC/BA ‘87 Sports Journalist, Philadelphia Inquirer/TNT Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/exec director, Smithsonian Museum for African American History and Culture Pat Butler, SOC/MA’96 VP, Washington Post Robert Byrd, WCL/JD ’63 U.S. Senator (D-WV) Alisyn Camerota, SOC/BA’88 FOX News anchor Jack Cassell, SOC/BA ‘77 President-CEO, Visual Aids Electronics Corporation Chaturon Chaisang, CAS/MA ’87 Deputy prime minister, Thailand Randy Clouser, SPA/BS ‘80 Chief Marketing Ofcer, Zurich Financial Services Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA’82 President/COO, Goldman Sachs Loren Danielson, KSB/BSBA ‘80 Senior VP-Investments, RBC Andy Dolich, SPA/BA’69 COO, San Francisco 49ers David Drobis, SOC/MA ’65 Chair emeritus, Ketchum Bob Edwards, SOC/MA’72 Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio Todd Epsten, SPA/BA ‘82 Chief Executive Ofcer, Major Brands Dean Factor, KSB/BSBA ’87 CEO and cofounder, Smashbox Cosmetics/ Smashbox Studios Betsy Fischer, SPA/BA ’92, SOC/MA ’96 Exec producer, NBC’s Meet the Press Darryl Frank, SOC/MA’91 Cohead, Dreamworks Television Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA’86 Exec VP, SonyBMG’s Epic Records Bryan Glazer, SOC/BA ’86 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joel Glazer, SPA/BA ’89 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steven Goff, SOC/BA ‘88 Sports Journalist, The Washington Post Jeff Greenberg, SOC/BA ‘87 Executive Producer, NBC4 Sports David Gregory, SIS/BA ’92 Host, NBC’s Meet The Press Jack Haire, CAS/BA ‘74 Board of Directors, Balihoo Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, SPA/BA’92 Crown prince of Bahrain Patricia deStacy Harrison, CAS/BA ’68 President/CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Hubert Humphrey III, SPA/BA ’65 Minnesota attorney general (1984-2000), son of U.S. VP Hubert H. Humphrey Jesse Itzler, SPA/BA ’90 Cofounder, Marquis Jet William I Jacobs, WCL/JD ’66 Exec VP, Mastercard International Avery John, KSB/BSBA ’98 Professional soccer player, Miami Football Club Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ’78 Producer (lms Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, and FOX TV’s Bones)

Robert Kogod KSB/BSBA ‘62

Lonnie Bunch CAS/BA ‘74

Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld KSB/BSBA ‘88

Gary Cohn KSB/BSBA ‘82

Barry Levinson CAS/BA ‘67 credit: NATAS - NCCB Chapter

Bob Edwards SOC/MA ‘72

Tony Perkins SOC/BA ‘81

Andy Gershon KSB/BSBA ‘86

Willard Scott CAS/BA ‘55

Barry Josephson SPA/BA ‘78

Jan Scruggs SAC/BA ‘75

Cornelius Kerwin SPA/BA ‘71

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Jeffrey Sine SIS/BA ‘76

Jackie Judd, SOC/BA ’73 Emmy award winning former ABC correspondent Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ’62 Former chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty Al Koken, SGPA/BA ‘74 Comcast SportsNet, Host of Capitals Report and Wizards Report, ESPN 980, co-host of The John Thompson Show Margery Kraus, SPA/BA ’67, SPA/MA ’71 Founder/CEO, APCO Worldwide Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Alcatel-Lucent Barry Levinson, CAS/BA ’67 Film producer/writer/director (Diner, Tin Men, Avalon, Bugsy, Wag the Dog, Liberty Heights, Man of the Year) Charles Lydecker, SPA/BA ‘85 Executive Vice President, Brown & Brown, Inc. James McGovern, CAS/BA ’81, SPA/MPA ’84 U.S. Representative (D-MA) Alan Meltzer, SPA/ND ‘73 Founder and CEO, The Meltzer Group Nancy Meyers, SOC/BA ’70 Film producer/writer/director, What Women Want, Saving Private Ryan Keith Mitchell, CAS/PhD ’81 Prime minister of Grenada Robert Morton, SOC/BA’75 Emmy award winning writer, Late Night with David Letterman Mark Murphy, KSB/MBA ’83 President, Green Bay Packers Alice Paul, WCL/LLM ’27 American suffragist, original author, Equal Rights Amendment Tony Perkins, SOC/BA’81 FOX News weather and features reporter Joan Plaisted, SIS/BA ’67, SIS/MA ’69 Ambassador, U.S. Mission to the UN Andy Pollin, Host, The Sports Reporters Angie Reese-Hawkins, SOC/BA’79 CEO/president, National Capital YMCA Kathy Reichs, CAS/BA ’70 Author, Bare Bones, Déjà Dead; writer/producer FOX-TV’s Bones Steve Saferin, SOC/BA ‘70 President, Scientic Game Ventures Loretta Sanchez, KSB/MBA ’84 U.S. representative (D-CA) Paul Satenstein, KSB/BSBA’83 Executive VP, MCA Records Willard Scott, CAS/BA ’55 Former weather reporter, the Today Show Jan Scruggs, CAS/BA ’75, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/president, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Tom Shales, SOC/BA ’67 TV critic/reporter, The Washington Post Judy Sheindlin, SPA/BA’63 Host, Judge Judy Bud Shuster, CAS/PHD’69 U.S. Representative (R-PA) Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA’76 Vice chair, UBS Securities; Broadway producer (Spring Awakening; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Frozen; Caroline, or Change; La Bohème; and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?) Billy Stone, SOC/BA ‘86, KSB/MBA ‘89 Producer/Development, CBS College Sports Ed Tapscott, WCL/JD ‘80 Director Player Development/Programs, Washington Wizards Abbi Tatton, SIS/MA ’00 Internet reporter, CNN Richard Ernest Thompson, CAS/BA’71 Playwright, On Golden Pond Frances Fragos Townsend, SPA/BA’82 CNN commentator; former assitant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security Kermit Washington, SIS/BA’73 Former NBA player, LA Lakers Bram Weinstein, SOC/BA ‘95 ESPN News, Anchor Douglas Wheeler, CAS/MA ’64 President emeritus, Washington Performing Arts Society Warner Wolf, SOC/BA ‘60 Radio & Television Sports Broadcaster Clark Woods, SOC/BA ‘78 President-Domestic Theatrical Distribution, MGM


In The Spotlight American University is located in the center of one of the largest media markets in the country, Washington, D.C. From television to radio, AU student-athletes gain exposure on both a local and national level. Each of the four major television networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) has an afliate in D.C. and can often be found on campus. Regional cable networks Comcast SportsNet and MASN also cover the Eagles throughout the year. National newspapers The Washington Post and Washington Times serve as AU’s hometown papers. USA Today is also headquartered just miles away from campus.

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Reeves Field Reeves Field is one of the premier soccer facilities in the Washington, D.C., area. In 2002 the field earned College Soccer Field of the Year. In 2005, Reeves underwent a $300,000 renovation to construct a new foundation, replace the drainage system and install a new playing surface. Beside being home to the AU men’s and women’s soccer programs, Reeves has also played host to professional and national teams. Throughout 2008, the U.S. National Team will use Reeves Field to train for World Cup 2010 Qualifying. In 2004, Barcelona, Blackburn, the U.S. National Team and the Women’s World Cup team used Reeves as a training facility. In the summer of 2000, AU served as the practice site for Newcastle United. Major League Soccer’s D.C. United, Miami Fusion and San Jose Earthquakes have also practiced at AU. National teams from the USA, Bolivia and Portugal trained at Reeves in 1996 in preparation for Summer Olympic games.

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America’s Soccer Capital The soccer atmosphere in Washington, D.C., is among the most passionate in the United States. The nation’s capital had the unique privilege of hosting the 1999 Women’s World Cup, the 1994 World Cup and the 1996 Olympic Soccer games. Both the men’s and women’s U.S. National Teams have become especially enamored with the Washington area, and more specically, RFK Stadium. The men’s team has hosted the U.S. Cup three times, in 1993, 1995 and 1996, winning all but one match. The women’s team also competed in the 1995 U.S. Cup at RFK. Both sides play numerous “friendlies” against other nations and chose Washington as one of their home sites for qualifying matches for the 1998 World Cup. As a charter member of MLS, D.C. United rst stepped onto the pitch in 1996, and the team from the Nation’s Capital would quickly set the standard for excellence in the league on the eld and in the stands. In its short, eight-year history, D.C. United has earned more domestic and international honors than any other American side, done battle against some of the world’s most famous clubs and built a ercely loyal and dedicated fan base that understands and appreciates world-class soccer.

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Blue Crew The AU Blue Crew is American University’s student cheering section which creates a home court advantage for each of AU’s 16 Div. I athletics teams at all home events. Comprised of more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the Blue Crew is the largest and most spirited student group on campus.

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Eagles Spirit The American University Spirit Program is comprised of a cheerleading and dance team and the AU Pep Band. The Spirit Program performs at all home men’s basketball games as well as select women’s basketball games and volleyball matches, keeping the energy level inside of Bender Arena high.

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Strength and Conditioning remains a major factor in the quest for athletic excellen Strength and Conditioning remains a major factor in the quest for athletic excellence. American University is committed to providing its student-athletes with the nest tness and weight equipment available. Jacobs Fitness Center is located on the lower level of Bender Sports Center and houses the varsity weight room and cardiovascular training area. Head strength and conditioning coach Jason Riddell and his assistant Gabriel Naspinski work with each of the 16 varsity teams and make themselves available for individualized workouts for supplemental training.

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Jason Riddell Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Gabriel Naspinski Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach


Athletic Training Five full-time athletic trainers are on staff to provide daily treatment and application of therapeutic modalities to the student-athletes and are led by head athletic trainer, Sean Dash. The athletic training staff is also available to provide evaluation, information on injury prevention and to administer rehabilitation, if necessary. AU also has two doctors, an orthopedic surgeon and general practitioner, on staff. Jason Hand enters his rst season as the athletic trainer for the American University men’s soccer team. In 2005, Hand received his undergraduate degree from James Madison University in health sciences before obtaining his Master’s degree in human physiology from the University of Oregon in 2008.

Sean Dash Head Athletic Trainer

Jason Hand Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Academic Support The academic support program for student-athletes, a collaboration between the Academic Support Center and the Department of Athletics, assists studentathletes in successfully attaining academic goals and creating a balance between academics and athletics. The program serves to promote responsibility and initiative while encouraging studentathletes to take advantage of the rich resources offered at American University. Academic counselors work with student-athletes on skills needed for success in the classroom, and provide information about educational options, university and NCAA requirements, as well as policies and procedures. The program focuses on the development of the total person through individual meetings, study hall and tutoring, and life skills workshops. AU’s academic support program coordinates with faculty, advisors, and coaches to support each studentathlete.

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2008-09 Academic Highlights 3.312:

Combined student-athlete GPA in the spring 2009 semester.

155:

Student-athletes were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

152:

Student-athletes made Dean’s List in either the fall or spring semester.

89%: 24:

Graduation rate of American University student-athletes. Student-athletes earned a 4.0 grade point average in either the fall or spring semesters.

Team Achievements: The men’s swimming and diving team attained the highest GPA in Division I in the spring of 2009 with a 3.54 mark. The women’s team nished 14th with a 3.44 GPA. The wrestling team was named “Champions of the Classroom” for the second straight year in 2008-09 with a 3.28 combined GPA, tops among all Division I wrestling programs. The eld hockey team nished fth in the NFHCA Division I National Academic Team Award standings with a 3.44 GPA during the fall 2008 semester. This honor marked the fourth time in six years that the Eagles have nished in the top-ve academically.

Marueen Breslin, Coordinator of Academic Support, tutors a student-athlete in the Bender Library.


AU Highlights in the Patriot League 2001 – American University joins the Patriot League, becoming the eighth member of the 23 sport conference. AU wins its rst men’s soccer Patriot League championship and advances to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. 2002 – AU men’s soccer advances to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. AU women’s soccer wins its rst PL Championship and places four athletes on the All-PL Teams.

2003 – Karla Kucerkova is named the CoSIDA Academic Volleyball Player of the Year for the second straight year and picks up both PL Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Player of the Year honors for the third consecutive season. 2004 – AU men’s soccer wins its second PL Championship, captures three PL major awards and advances to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. 2005 – AU men’s soccer wins the Patriot League Regular Season Championship.

2007 – Women’s soccer’s Krystn Hodge is named the PL ScholarAthlete of the Year and AU picks up four of ve PL major awards. 2008 – AU makes its rst appearance in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament after winning its rst Patriot League Championship. The volleyball team wins its eighth straight PL crown, while the eld hockey squad picks up its sixth consecutive league title. AU men’s soccer captures the Patriot League regular season crown. Head Coach Todd West wins his second PL Coach of the Year award, and goalkeeper Matt Makowski is named Rookie of the Year. 2009 - The men’s basketball team earns its second straight NCAA Tournament berth after capturing back-to-back Patriot League titles.

2006 – Track star Keira Carlstrom earns her fourth overall All-America honor and rst in outdoor track and eld and is named an Academic All-American.

In its second decade of combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors 23 sports – 11 for men and 12 for women. Conference members include American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham and Georgetown as associate members in football. 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 rst each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Success Rate report. In addition, the Patriot League nished as one of the nation’s leaders in the NCAA Academic Progress Report (APR) among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid.

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Cornelius Kerwin was named president in the 2007-08 academic year after serving as acting and interim president since August 24, 2005. Dr. Kerwin is a longstanding member of the AU community. He earned a BA from American University in 1971 (followed by an MA in political science from the University of Rhode Island in 1973, and a PhD in political science from Johns Hopkins University in 1978) and has been a member of the AU faculty since 1975. He held a number of prominent leadership positions within the School of Public Affairs, including serving as dean from 1989 to 1997, acting provost from 1997 to 1998, and provost from 1998 to 2005.

Dr. Neil Kerwin President, American University

A longtime supporter of AU athletics, Dr. Kerwin endorsed AU’s decision to move to the Patriot League in 2001, joining Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Army, and Navy in athletic competition that has resulted in 30 Patriot League championships (eld hockey, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, women’s lacrosse, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball, and men’s basketball). Since fall 2005, the Department of Athletics and Recreation has reported directly to Dr. Kerwin, a move that reects the strong relationship between academic and athletic achievement at AU.

include: working with deans and faculty to complete AU’s master’s and doctoral program reviews; overseeing creation of the University College Program for rst-year undergraduate students; leading the process to restructure faculty governance and create a new Faculty Senate; and overseeing AU’s decennial self-study that resulted in the Middle States Association Commission’s unconditional reaccreditation. Dr. Kerwin also advanced major efforts to support faculty scholarship, teaching, service, and diversity; bring faculty salaries to the AAUP–Level 1 standard; and develop plans for assessing student learning. A professor of public administration in the School of Public Affairs, Dr. Kerwin is a nationally recognized specialist in public policy, with emphasis on the regulatory process. He teaches courses in administrative process, policy implementation, and American government and is actively engaged in research. Dr. Kerwin founded and directs AU’s Center for the Study of Rulemaking. He is the author of Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy (3rd ed., 2003, Congressional Quarterly Press) and the coauthor of How Washington Works: The Executives Guide to Government (3rd ed., 1996). His scholarly articles have appeared in Public Administration Review, Journal of Politics, Policy Studies Review, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Judicature, Justice System Journal, and Harvard Journal on Legislation.

As provost, Dr. Kerwin was the university’s chief academic ofcer, leading approximately 475 full-time teaching faculty in AU’s six schools and colleges (College of Arts and Sciences, Kogod School of Business, School of Communication, School of International Service, School of Public Affairs, and Washington College of Law). Among the ofces he supervised are: admissions, nancial aid, the Ofce of Institutional Research and Assessment, the University Library, the Ofce of the Registrar, and the Washington Semester Program and those reporting to the Dean of President Kerwin particpates in the Academic Affairs (including net cutting ceremony following the the General Education and men’s basketball team’s 2008 Patriot Honors Programs). His League Championship accomplishments as provost

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American University named Keith their streak of 18 consecutive semesters Gill its 7th Director of Athletics and with a combined GPA over 3.0. This Recreation on June 1, 2007. past year 152 student-athletes were named to the university’s Dean’s List As Director of Athletics, Gill oversees as the student-athlete graduation rate the operations of all American rose to an astounding 89%. University intercollegiate and intramural athletic programs, including more than Prior to coming to American, Gill 250 student-athletes participating spent three years at the University in 16 varsity sports, the majority of of Oklahoma. He oversaw a major which compete in the Patriot League portion of OU athletics, including Conference. men’s basketball, women’s soccer and baseball, and the supervision In just two years at American, Gill has of personnel, budgets, facilities, helped to lead the athletics department fundraising, student-athlete issues to never before seen successes and the selection and evaluation of including back-to-back appearances in coaches for these sports. He worked the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball with the AD and staff in overseeing the Tournament. Since his arrival Gill has strategic and annual planning process also seen the volleyball team win a for the department. record eighth straight Patriot League Championship, the eld hockey team Gill was the director of membership win a record sixth straight Patriot services at the NCAA from 2000 to League Championship and the 2004. He developed and communicated women’s basketball team make back- policies related to Division I to-back postseason appearances intercollegiate athletics, including for the rst time in program history. governance, rules compliance, diversity, Individually, American has crowned gender equity, academic integrity, 10 All-Americans over the past two student-athlete welfare, scal integrity, seasons. strategic planning, sportsmanship and legislation. He oversaw and ensured The Eagles have ourished in the the effective operation of the athletics classroom as well under Gill’s guidance certication program, and managed as American’s 16 teams have continued a staff of 35 who provided education and guidance to Division I institutions conducting their periodic self-studies. Previously, Gill worked at the NCAA from 1995 to 1999 as a membership services representative.

Keith Gill Director of Athletics and Recreation

At Vanderbilt from 1999 to 2000, Gill was an assistant athletic director and worked with the AD to implement the annual planning process to help 16 athletics teams achieve their academic and competitive goals. He worked with the National Commodore Club, major gifts, media relations and marketing and supported the Vanderbilt Board of Trustees by working with the athletics committee. A 1994 graduate of Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in history and sociology, the Orlando, Fla., native was a four-year letterman in football. In 2006 he earned a masters degree from the University of Oklahoma. Gill resides in Washington, D.C.

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David Bierwirth

Rob Acunto

Senior Assoc. AD for Development Assoc. AD for Compliance and Internal Relations and Special Events David Bierwirth is in his fourth year at American University. In June 2009, he was promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director for Development and Special Events. Since 2005, Bierwirth has served as the Associate Athletics Director for Development and Special Events. Under Bierwirth’s leadership, AU Athletics has expanded the number of donors by over 40%, increased the amount of dollars raised through the Eagles Club and achieved growth in sponsorship and ticketing. Additionally, Bierwirth has managed the department’s licensing, branding and visual identity efforts, and has overseen the development of weekly radio and television shows. Bierwirth previously spent one year as American Athletics’ Director of Marketing and established AU Athletics’ rst comprehensive sponsorship program. Prior to joining AU, David served as General Manager of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) for Host Communications Inc. (HOST). Additionally, Bierwirth served as the Associate Athletics Director at Pace University from 1998-2000. A 1993 graduate of Saint Michael’s College, Bierwirth attended SMC on a basketball scholarship and was also a two-year member of the baseball team. He has attained his Sports Marketing Professional Certication from the Gatton School of Business at the University of Kentucky.

Robert Acunto was named the Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance in February of 2004. He was promoted to Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and Internal Operations in the summer of 2005. Acunto is the department’s liaison between Admissions, Financial Aid, Human Resources and the university’s Ofce of General Counsel. Beginning in September 2008 Acunto will also serve as a member of the NCAA Amateurism Cabinet, which handles all pre- and post-enrollment issues for the Association. Acunto came to AU from Cornell University, where he had spent the previous three years as the Athletics Liaison between the Athletic Department and Undergraduate Admissions and seven decentralized undergraduate colleges and admission committees. He was soley responsible for the successful management and coordination of all student-athlete recruitment priorities for Cornell’s 36 sports. Acunto was responsible for reporting all athletic recruitment data and analysis to the Ivy League, University administration, the athletic department and the seven undergraduate colleges. He also assisted with offcial visit presentations and administration of coaching orientation/development programs. Prior to Cornell, Acunto spent four years as the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Vanderbilt University and worked as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Bard College. Acunto is a 1992 graduate of Bryant College, where he was a two-year team captain and All-New England Regional selection as a senior.

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Athena Argyropoulos Assoc. AD/Senior Women’s Administrator Continuing her association with American University, Athena Argyropoulos joined the American Athletics administrative team in January, 2001, as the Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator. She is responsible for overseeing men’s and women’s basketball, eld hockey, cross country and track, lacrosse, athletic training, academic support and student-athlete welfare. Argyropoulos also serves on various NCAA and Patriot League committees. In 2008, she was named the Div. I Administrator of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Women’s Athletics Administrators. Argyropoulos is a 1978 graduate of American with a bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice. She has also completed graduate coursework in the Health Fitness Management program at American. A student-athlete during her undergraduate years, Argyropoulos lettered in eld hockey and basketball for the Eagles. Following graduation, she went on to join the university’s Department of Government in the School of Public Affairs as an Academic Counselor in 1983. While there, Argyropoulos managed the Department of Government’s undergraduate advisement ofce. No stranger to collegiate athletics, Argyropoulos is a distinguished basketball ofcial. A member of the ofcials staff in a number of Division I conferences, Argyropoulos has ofciated in several conference tournaments, eight NCAA Tournaments and the 1996 U.S. Women’s National Team Trials.


Josephine Finamore

Nancy Yasharoff

Robert Sherman

Assoc. AD for Business Operations

Assoc. AD for Communications

Assistant AD for Marketing and Corporate Partnerships

The American University Department of Athletics and Recreation announced the hiring of Josephine Finamore as the Associate Athletic Director for Business Operations on Dec. 1, 2008.

Nancy Yasharoff was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Communications in June 2009. In this role, Yasharoff leads the department’s communications team, the media coverage for American’s 16 varsity teams, the operations of AUeagles.com as well as supervising the department’s public relations, publications and statistics. In addition, Yasharoff produces the weekly Jeff Jones radio show and Eye on the Eagles television show.

Robert Sherman took over as the Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Corporate Partnerships on August 14, 2007. Sherman joined the AU Athletics staff in September 2006 as the Director of Sales, Marketing and Promotions.

Finamore comes to American after spending the previous 17 months at Georgetown, where she served as the Director of Business Operations. While at Georgetown, Finamore was responsible for the daily operations of the athletic business ofce that oversees 29 varsity sports. She monitored all of the nancial functions of the department, including accounts payable, payroll and purchasing. In addition, Finamore served as the supervisor of four full-time staff positions and handled department budgets. Prior to her time at Georgetown, Finamore spent three years at Fordham University as the Coordinator of Ticket and Business Operations, while obtaining her MBA in marketing and nance. Additionally, Finamore spent a year at the University of Delaware as a Sports Marketing Assistant from 2003-04 and worked as a Marketing Intern while obtaining her BS Degree at the University of Maryland, where she was a Dean’s List student. Finamore was a member of the Beta Sigma Business Honor and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Societies while graduating with a 3.92 at Fordham. Finamore is uent in Italian and holds memberships with CABMA and NACWAA.

Prior to working at American University, Yasharoff served as the Promotions Director for Washington Sports and Entertainment where she developed special events for the NBA’s Washington Wizards and NHL’s Washington Capitals. Previously, Yasharoff was Public Relations Director for the Capitals, Public Relations Director for Centre Management and held a variety of posts for the Washington Bullets. Yasharoff earned a B.A. in American Studies from Smith College where she played varsity volleyball and basketball and currently resides in Potomac, Md., with her husband and two daughters.

A native of Oak Park, Ill., he is responsible for developing corporate sales partnerships and the marketing and promotions for AU Athletics. He aims to increase student and fan attendance at Eagles home events by further exposing the AU brand to the American campus and metropolitan Washington, D.C., area. Sherman came to the Eagles after a one-year stint at the Atlantic 10 Conference, where he was the league’s Assistant Director of Corporate Sponsorships. While with the A-10 he worked on developing new Corporate Partner relationships and was the point person for the implementation of all sponsor contractual elements at championship venues, inventory surrounding the A-10 TV network and the A-10 ShootOut campus tour. Prior to his time at the A-10, Sherman was a Sales Associate and Marketing Assistant with Wildcat Sports Marketing at Northwestern University. Sherman graduated with High Honors from the University of Illinois in 1999.

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AU Athletics Department

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Rachel Abair

Rob Acunto

Athena Argyropoulos

Meredith Auerbach

John Barry

Andrew Bashuk

Assistant Director of Recreational Sports

Assoc. AD for Compliance and Internal Ops.

Assoc. AD / Senior Women’s Admin.

Administrative Assistant

Head Diving Coach Swimming & Diving

Assistant Director of Marketing

David Bierwirth

Stephanie Blanton

Bridget Bowers

Maureen Breslin

David Bucciero

Edmund Burke

Srr. Assoc. AD for Development & Special Events

Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track

Coordinator of Academic Support

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track

Robert Burke

Tom Callan

Matt Centrowitz

Andrew Chesebro

Mark Cody

Matt Corkery

Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Director of Women’s Basketball Operations

Head Coach Cross Country & Track

Asst. Director of Ath. Communications

Head Coach Wrestling

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Julie Culley

Sean Dash

Mark Davin

Fikru Dinka

Kieran Donohue

Brendan Dwyer

Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track

Head Athletic Trainer

Head Coach Swimming & Diving

Coordinator of Business Operations

Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Operations Manager

Danny Feitel

Josephine Finamore

Nathaniel Franks

Keith Gill

Barry Goldberg

Jason Hand

Assistant Director of Recreational Sports

Assoc. AD for Business Operations

Vol. Assistant Coach Field Hockey

Director of Athletics and Recreation

Head Coach Volleyball

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kris Hazard

Holly Hewitt

Jocelyn HIll

Eddie Jackson

Steve Jennings

Anabel Jimenez

Assistant Coach Men’s Soccer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director of Recreational Sports and Fitness

Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Coach Field Hockey

Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer


Malcolm Johnson

Jeff Jones

Johnathan Katona

Jeff Kinney

Sarah Thorn Krombolz

Erin Lindroth

Operations Manager

Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Equipment Manager

Assistant Coach Men’s Soccer

Assoc. Head Coach Field Hockey

Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Mark Liscinsky

Chris McDonnell

Josh Menditch

Kelly Munroe

Gabriel Naspinski

Sean O’Brien

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Assistant Director of Development

Vol. Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer

Assistant Coach Women’s Lacrosse

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track

Beth O’Connor-Baker

Stacy Ogden

Valerie Rauenzahn

Katie Ridd

Jason Riddell

Estebe Salgado

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer

Assistant Coach Field Hockey

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Chris Schultheiss

Aaron Shepardson

Jolene Shepardson

Robert Sherman

Bryce Simon

Howard Smith

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Coach Volleyball

Assistant Coach Volleyball

Asst. AD for Marketing & Corp. Partnerships

Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Assistant Director of Ath. Communications

Nick Stames

James Stevens

Meghan Thiel

Jordan Tobin

Ike Ukaegbu

LaTonya Watson

Goalkeeper Coach Men’s Soccer

Facilities Manager

Assistant Coach Swimming & Diving

Director of Facilities & Operations

Compliance Director

Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Todd West

Katie Woods

Nancy Yasharoff

Head Coach Men’s Soccer

Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse

Assoc. AD for Athletics Communications

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