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Table of Contents INTRO Media Information.................................... 2 Roster........................................................ 3 Facilities..................................................4-5 Team/Class Photos.................................... 6 2011 SEASON PREVIEW Season Outlook......................................8-9 Opponent Series History......................... 10 COACHES Head Coach Bobby Clark....................12-15 Assistant Coach BJ Craig.......................... 16 Assistant Coach Chad Riley...................... 17 Support Staff........................................... 18 STUDENT-ATHLETES Greg Klazura............................................ 20 Brendan King.......................................... 21 Aaron Maund.......................................... 22 Michael Knapp/Sean McGrath................ 23 Adam Mena............................................. 24 Michael Rose........................................... 25 Chris Sutton............................................. 26 Will Walsh................................................ 27 Ryan Finley.............................................. 28 Bob Novak/Danny O’Leary...................... 29 Dillon Powers.......................................... 30 Eric Tilley/Kyle Richard............................ 31 Grant Van De Casteele............................. 32 Leon Brown/Kyle Craft............................ 33 Adam LaPlaca/Connor Miller.................. 34 Luke Mishu/Andrew O’Malley................. 35 Alex Priede/Harrison Shipp..................... 36 Patrick Wall/Nick Besler.......................... 37 Vince Cicciarelli/Robby Gallegos............. 38 Max Lachowecki/Brendan Lesch............. 39 BIG EAST Conference............................... 40

2010 SEASON IN REVIEW 2010 Season in Review......................42-43 2010 Results............................................ 44 2010 Statistics/Honors & Awards............ 45 BIG EAST Review................................46-47 2010 Game-by-Game Review...........48-49 Graduated Letterwinners...................50-54 HISTORY/RECORDS Year-by-Year Breakdown........................ 56 Year-by-Year Statistics............................. 57 All-Americans.....................................58-59 Irish in the Pros........................................ 60 Irish in International Play........................ 61 All-Time Honors and Awards.............62-63 Academic All-Americans......................... 64 NCAA Tournament Results/Bests............ 65 NCAA Tournament History.................66-69 BIG EAST Results/Awards........................ 70 BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team........... 71 BIG EAST Standings............................72-73 BIG EAST Tournament Results/Bests....... 74 BIG EAST Championships........................ 75 All-Time MCC Results.............................. 76 MCC Honors/Awards............................... 77 Individual Records................................... 78 Team Records.......................................... 79 Career/Season Records............................ 80 BIG EAST Era Records............................... 81 All-Time Roster...................................82-86 All-Time Numbers................................... 87 All-Time Roster by State/Country......88-89 Year-by-Year Results..........................90-95 All-Time Series Records....................96-101 University of Notre Dame......................103 University Leadership............................104 Director of Athletics...............................105 Academic Excellence......................106-107

MEDIA INFORMATION The Notre Dame Athletics Media Relations Office is always interested in assisting members of the media in their coverage of Irish men’s soccer. Publicity and media information for Notre Dame men’s soccer is handled by assistant media relations director Sean Carroll. Photographs, feature ideas and results are always available from the Athletics Media Relations Office. For men’s soccer information and interviews please contact Carroll at (574) 631-2664 or carroll.64@nd.edu. All interviews with coaches and players should be arranged through the Athletics Media Relations Office. BIG EAST INFORMATION The BIG EAST Conference maintains its presence on the World Wide Web at www.bigeast.org. The site contains current information on all facets of the BIG EAST Conference. Please contact Sara Naggar in the BIG EAST media relations department for more information. CREDITS The Notre Dame Men’s Soccer Guide was written and edited by assistant media relations director Sean Carroll with editorial assistance from assistant media relations director Alan George. Graphic design and page layout by Cathy Scholz, C Graphics Inside and outside cover design by Cathy Scholz, C Graphics Interior photography by Mike Bennett and Lighthouse Imaging, Matt Cashore, Linda Dunn, Heather Gollatz, Pete LaFleur, C.W. Pack, Sam Roberts, David Silverman, S.R. Smith, Bob Stowell, Jerry Wolford, Marcus Snowden, Paul Giamou/Toronto FC, Brian Kersey/ Chicago Fire, Trevor Ruszkowski, Getty Images, Garrett Ellwood/Colorado Rapids, Greg Besler, Tony Quinn, Vern Gingerich, Brother Charles McBride and David Jacobson.

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Media Information Print Media South Bend Tribune 225 West Colfax Avenue South Bend, IN 46626 (574) 235-6316/6331 Fax (574) 235-6091

Associated Press

South Bend Tribune Building 225 West Colfax Avenue South Bend, IN 46626 (574) 288-1649 Fax (574) 236-1765

Irish Sports Report

225 West Colfax Avenue South Bend, IN 46626 (574) 235-6161 Fax (574) 239-2646

Blue & Gold Illustrated 1605 North Home Road Mishawaka, IN 46545 (574) 255-9800 Fax (574) 255-9700

Notre Dame Observer LaFortune Student Center Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7471/4543 Fax (574) 631-6927

Print Media (cont.) Notre Dame Scholastic LaFortune Student Center Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7569 Fax (574) 631-9648

USA Today/ USA Today Online

1000 Wilson Boulevard 22nd Floor Arlington, VA 22229 1-800-872-3410 ext. 7103 Online Fax (703) 907-4465

Soccer America

(Paul Kennedy) P.O. Box 23704 Oakland, CA 94623-0704 (510) 528-5000 Fax (510) 528-5177

Top Drawer Soccer

(Robert Ziegler) 444 West Ocean Boulevard Suite 1070 Long Beach, CA 90802 (866) 657-2156

Television

Other Media

WNDU-TV (NBC)

(Jeff Jeffers/Angelo Di Carlo) P.O. Box 1616 South Bend, IN 46634 (574) 284-3016 Fax (574) 284-3022

WSBT-TV (CBS)

(Pete Byrne/David McCoy) 1301 E. Douglas Road Mishawaka, IN 46545 (574) 233-3141 Fax (574) 288-6630

(Sean Carroll) carroll.64@nd.edu C112 Joyce Center – 2nd Floor Notre Dame, IN 46556-5678 Office (574) 631-2664 Cell (574) 340-2177 Fax (574) 631-7941 Press Box (574) 631-8551

Notre Dame Sports Properties/ UND.com Multimedia

WSJV-TV (FOX)

(Dean Huppert/Allison Hayes) 59096 County Road 7 South Elkhart, IN 46514 (574) 679-4545/293-9227 Fax (574) 294-1324

Radio WHME-FM (Harvest 103.1) WHME-TV (Ch. 46) (Bob Nagle/Chuck Freeby) 61300 Ironwood Road South Bend, IN 46625 (574) 291-8200 Fax (574) 291-9043

WSBT-AM (Newstalk 960)

Notre Dame Athletics Media Relations

(Alan Wasielewski/Jack Nolan/ Gary Paczesny) alan@ndsportsproperties.com jack@ndsportsproperties.com gary@ndsportsproperties.com Notre Dame Stadium Press Box - 4th Floor Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-2235 (Wasielewski) (574) 631-2238 (Nolan) (574) 631-3505 (Paczesny)

BIG EAST Conference

(Darin Pritchett/Rick Carter) 1301 E. Douglas Road Mishawaka, IN 46545 (574) 233-3141 Fax (574) 288-6630

(Sara Naggar) snaggar@bigeast.org www.bigeast.org 15 Park Row West Providence, RI 02903 (401) 453-0660 Fax (401) 274-5967

Men’s Soccer Quick Facts University of Notre Dame

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Location..................................... Notre Dame, Indiana Founded............................................................. 1842 Enrollment... 8,371 (undergraduate) / 11,733 (total) Nickname.............................................. Fighting Irish Colors.................................................... Gold and Blue Conference.......................... BIG EAST (Blue Division) Home Field...................................... Alumni Stadium Capacity...................................................... 2,500 President........................... Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Director of Athletics.......................... Jack Swarbrick Assistant AD/Sport Administrator......Beth Hunter Athletics Ticket Information......... (574) 631-7356

Head Coach................................................Bobby Clark (11th Season at ND - Jordanhill College ‘67) Record at Notre Dame.................... 127-59-30 (.657) Career Record................................. 280-122-55 (.673) Assistant Coaches............................................BJ Craig . (4th Season at ND - Gordon College ‘93) Chad Riley (6th Season at ND - Notre Dame ‘04) Volunteer Asst................................... Vern Gingerich (4th Season at ND - Tri-State University ‘97) Men’s Soccer Office Phone..............(574) 631-5146

Address....... 15 Park Row West Providence, RI 02903 BIG EAST Switchboard.................... (401) 272-9108 BIG EAST Communications ........... (401) 453-0660 BIG EAST Fax..................................... (401) 274-5967 BIG EAST Web Site........................ www.bigeast.org Commissioner................................... John Marinatto Associate Commissioner/ Communications........................ John Paquette Assistant Director/Communications (Men’s soccer contact)................... Sara Naggar

Team Information

Office Address................................ C112 Joyce Center Notre Dame, IN 46556-5678 Assistant Athletics Media Relations Director/ Men’s Soccer Contact.............................Sean Carroll Office Phone.............................. (574) 631-2664 Cell Phone.................................. (574) 340-2177 E-mail...................................... carroll.64@nd.edu Alumni Stadium Press Box Phone.(574) 631-8551 Athletics Media Relations Fax...... (574) 631-7941 Athletics Department Web Site... www.UND.com

2010 Record.................................................... 10-6-4 BIG EAST Record (Finish).......6-2-1 (2nd/Blue) BIG EAST Championship............... Semifinalist 2010 Postseason.......................NCAA Second Round Final 2010 NSCAA Ranking............................... 21st Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 7/4 Monogram Winners Returning/Lost............. 12/6 Newcomers............................................................... 7 2011 Team Captains... Greg Klazura, Aaron Maund, Dillon Powers

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2011 Irish Roster No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School/Previous School 0 Adam LaPlaca So. GK 5-9 170 Glastonbury, CT/Glastonbury 1 Patrick Wall So. GK 5-11 160 Sugarland, TX/Strake Jesuit College Prep 2 Aaron Maund*** (C) Sr. D 6-1 185 Dorchester, MA/The Roxbury Latin School 3 Bob Novak Jr. M 5-6 145 Homer Glen, IL/Lockport Township 4 Sean McGrath* Sr. D 5-8 145 Indianapolis, IN/Pike 5 Dillon Powers** (C) Jr. M 5-11 172 Plano, TX/Plano Senior 6 Greg Klazura** (C) Sr. D 5-10 150 Rockford, IL/Boylan Catholic 7 Michael Knapp Sr. D 6-1 170 Arlington, TX/Jesuit College Prep 8 Eric Tilley Jr. M/D 6-0 160 Albuquerque, NM/Sandia 9 Leon Brown So. F 5-11 160 Mattapan, MA/The Roxbury Latin School 10 Chris Sutton** Sr. M/D 6-1 185 Apple Valley, MN/Shattuck-St. Mary’s 11 Adam Mena** Sr. M 5-10 145 Holland, MI/West Ottawa 12 Andrew O’Malley So. D 6-0 180 West Chester, PA/Salesianum School 13 Will Walsh* Sr. GK 6-3 190 Morristown, NJ/Delbarton 14 Danny O’Leary* Jr. F 5-11 165 Naperville, IL/Neuqua Valley 15 Harrison Shipp* So. F 5-9 145 Lake Forest, IL/Lake Forest 16 Kyle Richard* Jr. M/F 5-10 155 Louisville, KY/Saint Xavier 17 Brendan King*** Sr. M 6-0 160 Naperville, IL/Edison Academic Center (Fla.) So. F 5-9 155 Cincinnati, OH/Summit Country Day 18 Alex Priede 19 Kyle Craft So. M 5-10 145 Tulsa, OK/Bishop Kelly D 6-2 165 Plano, TX/Frisco Centennial 20 Grant Van De Casteele* Jr. 21 Ryan Finley Jr. F 6-0 180 Lumberton, NJ/Rancocas Valley/Duke 22 Luke Mishu So. D 6-0 165 Knoxville, TN/Knoxville Catholic 23 Michael Rose** Sr. M/F 6-2 170 Severna Park, MD/Severna Park 24 Max Lachowecki Fr. M/F 5-10 155 Evansville, IN/Reitz Memorial 25 Robby Gallegos Fr. M 5-9 140 Aptos, CA/Bellarmine 26 Connor Miller So. D 6-0 175 Aurora, IL/Benet Academy 27 Nick Besler Fr. M/D 6-0 160 Overland Park, KS/Blue Valley West 28 Vince Cicciarelli Fr. F 6-2 205 Peoria, IL/Peoria Notre Dame 29 Brendan Lesch Fr. M 6-0 175 Westport, CT/Staples Head Coach: Bobby Clark (11th Season - Jordanhill College ‘67) Assistant Coach: BJ Craig (4th Season - Gordon College ‘93) Assistant Coach: Chad Riley (6th Season - Notre Dame ’04) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Vern Gingerich (4th Season - Tri-State University ‘97) Athletic Trainer: TBA Senior Manager: Jennifer Kline * – indicates number of monograms earned (C) – indicates team captain

Roster Breakdown By Position Forwards (6) – Brown, Cicciarelli, Finley, O’Leary, Priede, Shipp Forwards/Midfielders (3) - Lachowecki, Richard, Rose Midfielders (7) – Craft, Gallegos, King, Lesch, Mena, Novak, Powers Midfielders/Defenders (3) - Besler, Sutton, Tilley Defenders (8) – Klazura, Knapp, Maund, McGrath, Miller, Mishu, O’Malley, Van De Casteele Goalkeepers (3) – LaPlaca, Wall, Walsh

By Class Fifth-Year Senior (1) – Klazura Seniors (8) – King, Knapp, Maund, McGrath, Mena, Rose, Sutton, Walsh Juniors (7) – Finley, Novak, O’Leary, Powers, Richard, Tilley, Van De Casteele Sophomores (9) – Brown, Craft, LaPlaca, Miller, Mishu, O’Malley, Priede, Shipp, Wall Freshmen (5) – Besler, Cicciarelli, Gallegos, Lachowecki, Lesch

By Home State California (1): Gallegos Connecticut (2): LaPlaca, Lesch Illinois (7): Cicciarelli, King, Klazura, Miller, Novak, O’Leary, Shipp

Alphabetical Roster No. Name 27 Nick Besler 9 Leon Brown 28 Vince Cicciarelli 19 Kyle Craft 21 Ryan Finley 25 Robby Gallegos 17 Brendan King 6 Greg Klazura 7 Michael Knapp 24 Max Lachowecki 0 Adam LaPlaca 29 Brendan Lesch 2 Aaron Maund 4 Sean McGrath 11 Adam Mena 26 Connor Miller 22 Luke Mishu 3 Bob Novak 14 Danny O'Leary 12 Andrew O'Malley 5 Dillon Powers 18 Alex Priede 16 Kyle Richard 23 Michael Rose 15 Harrison Shipp 10 Chris Sutton 8 Eric Tilley 20 Grant Van De Casteele 1 Patrick Wall 13 Will Walsh

Pos. M/D F F M F M M D D M/F GK M D D M D D M F D M F M/F M/F F M/D M/D D GK GK

Pronunciation Guide Besler BEEZ-ler Cicciarelli SIS-uh-relli Gallegos GUY-eh-gos Klazura Kluh-ZUR-uh Lachowecki Lack-oh-WECK-ee Mena MAY-nuh Mishu ME-shoe Priede Pre-DEE

Indiana (2): Lachowecki, McGrath Kansas (1): Besler Kentucky (1): Richard Maryland (1): Rose Massachusetts (2): Brown, Maund Michigan (1): Mena Minnesota (1): Sutton New Jersey (2): Finley, Walsh New Mexico (1): Tilley Ohio (1): Priede Oklahoma (1): Craft Pennsylvania (1): O’Malley Tennessee (1): Mishu Texas (4): Knapp, Powers, Van De Casteele, Wall

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Facilities Alumni Stadium

Alumni Stadium, the home to the Notre Dame men’s and women’s soccer programs, opened in 2009 to rave reviews. The $5.7 million state-of-the-art facility resides just east of the Joyce Center on the Notre Dame campus and features a natural grass field, lights, locker rooms, team lounges, restrooms and concession areas. The lead benefactors for the facility are former Irish soccer players Tom Crotty and Rob Snyder.

Alumni Stadium played host to its first regular-season match on September 1, 2009. The Fighting Irish men’s squad topped Michigan 5-0 in the opener. The official stadium dedication took place on April 24, 2010, during the annual soccer alumni weekend.

The interior of the stadium pays homage to the history of Fighting Irish soccer and the many accomplishments throughout the years. The facility features over 2,000 permanent seats. Additional seating is available on each end line.

Alumni Stadium is part of the athletics quadrangle on the east side of the Notre Dame campus. The player lounge features abundant study space along with a flat-screen television and a projection screen.

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Notre Dame All-Time Home Record Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total

W 9 14 9 12 12 9 11 7 2 6 10 8 5 4 6 6 5 11 8 7 6 5 7 4 7 8 7 8 6 9 7 9 6 8 258

L 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 3 3 3 1 4 1 3 4 1 2 2 0 3 2 1 1 4 2 63

T 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 28

The Alumni Stadium locker room provides the student-athletes with an enormous amount of space to prepare for both practice and matches. The team also is able to watch film on a dropdown projection screen.

A boot rack allows the players to hang their cleats to dry and air out after practice and matches.

The Haggar Fitness Center, which is shared by both the Loftus Sports Center and the Guglielmino Athletics Complex, features 25,000 square feet of strength and conditioning space with state-of-the-art weight equipment, a 50-yard Mondo track for speed training, a 45-yard by 18-yard Prestige Turf athletic surface for team workouts and an updated sound and lighting system that features six plasma television screens.

The Alumni Stadium press box has over 20 seats for media and support staff along with three broadcast booths.

The Loftus Sports Center provides the Irish with a valuable indoor practice facility.

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2011 Fighting Irish

Sitting (left to right): Adam LaPlaca, Grant Van De Casteele, Kyle Richard, Adam Mena, Sean McGrath, Michael Knapp, Dillon Powers, Aaron Maund, Greg Klazura, Chris Sutton, Brendan King, Eric Tilley, Bob Novak, Patrick Wall; standing (left to right): Athletic trainer Scott Stansbury, head coach Bobby Clark, assistant athletics director Beth Hunter, assistant coach BJ Craig, Luke Mishu, Max Lachowecki, Robby Gallegos, Brendan Lesch, Ryan Finley, Nick Besler, Vince Cicciarelli, Will Walsh, Michael Rose, Andrew O’Malley, Leon Brown, Alex Priede, Connor Miller, Harrison Shipp, Danny O’Leary, Kyle Craft, senior manager Jennifer Kline, volunteer assistant coach Vern Gingerich, assistant coach Chad Riley

SENIORS

JUNIORS

(left to right) Greg Klazura, Sean McGrath, Michael Rose, Michael Knapp, Will Walsh, Chris Sutton, Aaron Maund, Brendan King, Adam Mena

(left to right) Grant Van De Casteele, Ryan Finley, Bob Novak, Kyle Richard, Dillon Powers, Danny O’Leary, Eric Tilley

SOPHOMORES

FRESHMEN

(left to right) Andrew O’Malley, Luke Mishu, Alex Priede, Patrick Wall, Adam (left to right) Max Lachowecki, Vince Cicciarelli, Brendan Lesch, Nick Besler, LaPlaca, Harrison Shipp, Leon Brown, Kyle Craft, Connor Miller Robby Gallegos

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Senior captain Aaron Maund will help anchor the Notre Dame backline in 2011. The central defender has started all 59 matches in which he has played during his Fighting Irish career.


2011 Season Outlook

Hungry For Some Hardware

Irish veterans ready to take the next step in both the BIG EAST and NCAAs. Making the NCAA Tournament is the annual goal for the Notre Dame men’s soccer team according to head coach Bobby Clark, who is entering his 11th season on the Irish sidelines and is two victories shy of becoming the alltime wins leader in program history. The Fighting Irish have done quite well in reaching that target as they have qualified for the NCAAs in all 10 seasons of the Clark era, a streak that currently ranks fifth nationally. However, the Irish have not advanced past the second round of the postseason since 2007 and Clark feels the 2011 version of his squad is ready to take the next step. “This is a hungry team,” says Clark, who boasts a 127-59-30 record with the Fighting Irish. “We would like to advance a little further (in the NCAA Tournament) than we’ve done in the past. We have been disappointed in the last three years since we’ve bowed out of the tournament long before where our expectations have led us to believe where we might go. I think this is going to be a very, very hungry team.” While the ultimate goal is reaching and then advancing in the NCAA Tournament, success in the regular season is what opens the door to the postseason. The Fighting Irish have compiled impressive marks in the regular season ever since Clark took the reins of the program. Notre Dame has won at least 10 games in each of the past 10 seasons and the Fighting Irish are the only team in the BIG EAST to finish in the top two of either division standings in each of the past four seasons. Notre Dame also is the only BIG EAST squad to qualify for the semifinals in each of the past four league tournaments. “The regular season is your bread and butter,” states Clark. “You have to do well there. We were runner-up in the league last year (during the regular season) and that was a bit of a disappointment because you obviously want to win the league. The next thing is the conference tournament. We’ve made the final four quite a few times in a row but now we’d like to win it.” Clark feels this year’s team will have success based on its depth and veteran leadership. Notre Dame welcomes back seven starters and 12 letterwinners from last season’s squad that posted a 10-6-4 record, including a 6-2-1 BIG EAST mark. Captaining the Fighting Irish in 2011 will be Greg Klazura, Aaron Maund and Dillon Powers. Klazura, who will be starting at left back for the second straight campaign, is

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returning to the Irish for a fifth season after turning down an offer to the 2011 Major League Soccer (MLS) Combine. Maund, a starter in all 59 games he has played in during his first three seasons at Notre Dame, will once again be counted on to anchor the center of the Irish defense. Powers, a junior midfielder, has been a force for the Irish in his first two campaigns. He also brings a wealth of experience from playing with the United States Under-20 National Team. Maund and Powers both earned secondteam all-BIG EAST honors in 2010. Powers is Notre Dame’s leading returning goal scorer as he deposited four goals to go along with four assists one season ago. His point, goal and assist totals all ranked second among Notre Dame players last season. Along with welcoming a talented five-man freshman class that features four high school All-Americans, the Irish bring Duke transfer Ryan Finley on board. Finley, a junior forward, was named the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Offensive Player of the Year. He totaled 64 points on 28 goals and eight assists during his two seasons with the Blue Devils. The mix of experienced veterans and talented newcomers should have the Fighting Irish in position to not only get back to the NCAA Tournament, but to make some noise once they are there. “If you make the NCAA Tournament, you want to win it,” says Clark. “I think these are all realistic goals for this team, but they are realistic goals for quite a lot of teams in men’s soccer. The thing we have going for us is a very hungry team. We have to be hungry and we have to deliver and we are very aware of that this year.” ATTACK The Fighting Irish will have to replace graduated forward Steven Perry, who led all BIG EAST players in goals (12) and points (28), last season. The Irish also will need to fill the void of Jeb Brovsky, a three-year starter in both the midfield and attack. Clark says that Finley and fellow junior Danny O’Leary, who played in 12 matches last season, will contend for the starting high forward spot. Sophomore Alex Priede and freshman Vince Cicciarelli give the Irish two more valuable weapons at the high forward position. Priede did not play in a game last season, but figures to give the Irish big minutes this year. “Whether we play with two high forwards

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or one high forward, I feel we have that option because we have four players that can play there so that gives us the option,” comments Clark. “Last year we played with one high forward and one underneath.” Sophomore Harrison Shipp figures to occupy the starting role at the underneath forward position. Shipp had a solid freshman campaign as he tied for the team lead in assists with six en route to being named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. His classmate Leon Brown, who did not see game action as a freshman, also will compete for major minutes. “Harry Shipp did fantastic as a freshman last year,” says Clark. “There’s no question that he can build on that. Another guy who can also do that is Leon Brown. Leon had a fantastic spring and we are very excited about him. Leon can give us minutes in the wide area and minutes up high. The way Leon played in the spring, it’s going to be tough to keep him off the field. He has a lot of potential.” MIDFIELD The Fighting Irish return four starters in the midfield. Powers and senior Chris Sutton are the projected duo in the central midfield. Sutton started 17 of the 19 games he played in last season, while Powers was a starter in all 20 matches. Senior Adam Mena and junior Bob Novak are two more options in the central midfield. Mena played in every game last season and scored two goals. “Both Dillon (Powers) and Chris (Sutton) are experienced and capable players,” adds Clark. “Adam Mena is a very well-rounded player. He can play as a wide midfielder, as a central attacking midfielder and as a forward. Adam gives us tremendous athleticism. We’re looking for big things from him this season. Bob Novak gives us extra coverage in the mid-areas as well.” Mena was named to the Premier Developmental League (PDL) All-Central Conference Team this past summer after he netted 14 goals while playing for the Indiana Invaders. Sophomore Kyle Craft and freshman Brendan Lesch also will bolster the central midfield unit. Craft did not play in a game as a freshman, but Clark likes how he has improved since his rookie season. Clark also is impressed with the strength that Lesch brings to the squad. Seniors Brendan King and Michael Rose


return as starters in the wide areas of the midfield. Unfortunately, Rose will miss the early portion of the season after suffering a knee injury during the spring campaign. He started 19 matches last season and tallied one goal and four assists from the right side of the midfield. King started all 20 games in 2010 and registered three goals and six assists, which tied for the team lead in that category. The left-sided midfielder has only missed one match during his Notre Dame career and he has compiled 22 points on five goals and 12 assists in those 63 games played. “Michael (Rose) has rehabilitated well and we’re hoping he gets back fairly early into the season. He has worked hard doing his rehab,” says Clark. “Brendan King is certainly someone we’re looking for a lot of numbers from this year. He’s a fantastically skilled player and he was just starting to heat up as a junior and we are looking for big things from him as a senior.” Junior Kyle Richard gives the Irish depth and experience as a wide midfielder and he can also play in the attack. Richard saw time in 15 matches as a sophomore and he notched one assist. Fellow junior Eric Tilley has yet to see time on the field for the Irish, but Clark likes his versatility along the midfield line and the fact he is a sound technical player. Freshmen Max Lachowecki and Robby Gallegos give the Fighting Irish additional options in the midfield. Lachowecki is versatile and can play in the middle, out wide or even as a left-sided defender. Clark likes Gallegos’ ability to connect passes and his potential with the Irish. DEFENSE Notre Dame returns three of its four starters from last season’s backline. Gone is right back Bilal Duckett, yet Maund and junior Grant Van De Casteele are back in the central defense and Klazura will occupy the left back slot. Not only did that returning trio help solidify the Irish defense one season ago, they also combined for 11 points on four goals and three assists. “We are well balanced in the defense,” says Clark. “We lost one of our starting back four, but we have Aaron Maund, Grant Van De Casteele and Greg Klazura returning. Grant missed a lot of the spring because he had to get surgery on his knee so he’ll come back and be pain free this year. He played through a lot of pain last year.” Clark says senior Michael Knapp will likely fill the role at right back. Knapp, one of the top students on the Irish team, has only played in two career matches, but is coming

off a solid spring campaign. He also brings a great amount of versatility to the defense since he can play anywhere on the backline. Sophomore Andrew O’Malley is next in line in the central defense. O’Malley did not see game action during his freshman season, but Clark liked how he played in the spring and has full confidence in his abilities if they are needed to replace either Maund or Van De Casteele. Freshman Nick Besler also gives depth at central defense and in the central midfield. Besler is the younger brother of former Notre Dame All-American and Academic AllAmerican Matt Besler, who played for the Irish from 2005-08. The elder Besler now plays for Sporting Kansas City of Major League Soccer (MLS) and was voted an MLS All-Star in 2011. Senior Sean McGrath brings experience to the left back position. McGrath started six games during his sophomore season. He also is an option as a wide midfielder. Sophomore Luke Mishu did not see game action last season, but he is a strong and powerful player and Clark likes what he accomplished in the spring. Fellow sophomore Connor Miller also impressed the coaches during the spring when he joined the team as a walk-on. GOALIE Senior Will Walsh figures to be the leading candidate to start in goal. He started the first seven matches of the 2010 season before Philip Tuttle, a fifth-year senior at the time, returned from injury. Walsh produced a 3-2-2 record with four shutouts during his time as a starter last season. He also produced a 0.54 goals-against average with a .875 save percentage. Sophomores Adam LaPlaca and Patrick Wall give solid depth to the position. Neither LaPlaca nor Wall saw game action during their freshman campaigns, but they figure to be in the mix this season. “We have three good goalkeepers,” offers Clark. “Will Walsh will obviously be the favorite to start. Both Pat Wall and Adam LaPlaca played very well in the spring. I would expect both to push Will. Will got a lot of time last year because of an injury to Phil Tuttle and he did very well. We’re hoping that Will can build on that and, being a senior, it would be a very nice reward for him. It’ll be a good battle.” SCHEDULE The Fighting Irish have 10 teams on their 2011 regular-season slate that qualified for last season’s NCAA Tournament. Included in those squads are runner-up Louisville and semifinalist Michigan.

Following the season opener against Indiana on Aug. 27 at Alumni Stadium, the Irish will travel to Bloomington, Ind. to take part in the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic. Notre Dame will play Dayton on Sept. 2 and Saint Louis on Sept. 4. The Fighting Irish will play host to the 10th annual Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament Sept. 9 and 11. Indiana and Bucknell will get things underway Friday, Sept. 9, while Notre Dame will take on Denver in the second match of the evening. Day two features Indiana facing Denver and the Irish will square off with Bucknell. Notre Dame will welcome in Michigan to Alumni Field on Sept. 16 before travelling to Michigan State on Sept. 18. The Irish will begin BIG EAST Conference play Sept. 24 with a home tilt versus Louisville. That match will be aired live on Fox Soccer Channel. Notre Dame continues league play Oct. 1 at St. John’s before hosting a non-conference match against Northwestern on Oct. 5. Notre Dame’s final seven regular-season contests all are against BIG EAST foes beginning Oct. 8 with a home showdown against Connecticut. Consecutive road games will take Notre Dame to Marquette (Oct. 12) and Georgetown (Oct. 15). The Irish will return home to play host to Seton Hall on Oct. 19 before road tilts at Pittsburgh (Oct. 22) and Providence (Oct. 26). Notre Dame will conclude the regular season Oct. 29 with a home affair versus West Virginia. The BIG EAST tournament will begin Wednesday, Nov. 2 with the first round, while the quarterfinals are slated for Saturday, Nov. 5. The semifinals and final will be held Nov. 11 and 13 at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J. The stadium is home to the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer. Following the conference tournament, the Fighting Irish will hope to see their name among the 48-team NCAA Championship field for the 11th straight season. Tournament play begins Thursday, Nov. 17 and College Cup Weekend will be held Dec. 9 and 11 at Regions Park in Hoover, Ala. “It’s a great schedule,” states Clark. “We have the 17 games, along with three scrimmages, and we want to make them all good tests. You always want to test the players and you want to find out where they are. Playing big games gets them excited and that’s part of playing this game, to get the players and fans excited. We always look to play the best teams that we can possibly play. It tests us and hopefully prepares us for the postseason.”

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2011 Opponent Series History Bucknell (0-0-0) First Meeting Connecticut (7-10-3) H: 4-3-2, A: 2-7-1, N: 1-0-0 Date Site Score 10/19/86 Storrs, CT (ot) W 2-1 10/29/95 Storrs, CT L 0-4 9/20/96 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 1-1 11/17/96 Piscataway, NJ** W 2-1 10/26/97 Storrs, CT (ot) L 1-2 10/16/98 Notre Dame, IN L 0-2 9/19/99 Storrs, CT (ot) L 1-2 9/24/99 Notre Dame, IN L 0-1 10/27/01 Storrs, CT L 0-1 10/20/02 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 10/22/03 Storrs, CT L 0-1 11/9/03 Notre Dame, IN* W 2-0 10/30/04 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/8/05 Notre Dame, IN L 1-2 10/21/06 Storrs, CT W 1-0 10/13/07 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) T 3-3 11/18/07 Storrs, CT*** L 0-2 10/25/08 Storrs, CT (ot) L 0-1 10/31/09 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 2-1 10/22/10 Storrs, CT (2ot) T 0-0 Dayton (9-1-1) H: 6-0-0, A: 3-1-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/16/77 Dayton, OH (ot) T 3-3 10/1/78 Dayton, OH W 4-2 10/29/78 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/14/79 Dayton, OH (ot) L 2-3 10/31/80 Dayton, OH W 1-0 9/25/81 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 10/1/82 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 9/18/88 Notre Dame, IN W 5-1 9/1/90 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 5-1 10/6/91 Dayton, OH W 3-2 10/4/92 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 Denver (0-0-0) First Meeting Georgetown (12-7-2) H: 8-3-0, A: 3-4-1, N: 1-0-1 Date Site Score 9/11/82 Rochester, NY (ot) T 0-0 10/23/91 Washington, DC W 4-1 10/8/95 Notre Dame, IN W 3-2 10/23/96 Washington, DC (ot) W 2-1 11/10/96 Notre Dame, IN* W 2-1 10/17/97 Notre Dame, IN (ot) L 1-2 10/3/98 Washington, DC L 1-2 10/29/99 Notre Dame, IN L 1-3 10/17/00 Washington, DC L 0-2 10/05/01 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 11/10/01 Notre Dame, IN* W 1-0 10/26/02 Washington, DC L 2-3 11/9/02 Notre Dame, IN* (ot) L 1-2 9/28/03 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/18/04 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 10/15/05 Washington, DC L 0-1 10/7/06 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 11/3/07 Washington, DC (2ot) T 0-0 10/29/08 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 10/21/09 Washington, DC (ot) W 2-1 10/31/10 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 Indiana (6-24-1) H: 2-12-0, A: 4-12-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/22/78 Bloomington, IN L 1-7 9/28/79 Notre Dame, IN L 0-4 9/28/80 Bloomington, IN L 0-4 10/25/81 Notre Dame, IN L 0-2 9/24/82 Bloomington, IN L 0-4 9/25/83 Notre Dame, IN L 0-4 9/23/84 Bloomington, IN L 1-5 9/22/85 Notre Dame, IN L 0-2 9/12/86 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 9/13/87 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 4-3 9/9/88 Bloomington, IN (ot) T 1-1 9/29/89 Notre Dame, IN L 1-3

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9/27/91 Notre Dame, IN (ot) L 1-4 9/25/92 Bloomington, IN L 0-3 9/24/93 Notre Dame, IN L 0-3 9/23/94 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 11/20/94 Bloomington, IN^ (ot) L 0-1 9/22/95 Notre Dame, IN (ot) L 2-4 9/27/96 Bloomington, IN L 0-3 9/2/97 Notre Dame, IN L 0-4 10/17/01 Bloomington, IN W 1-0 11/27/02 Bloomington, IN^^ L 0-1 9/18/03 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 1-0 9/15/04 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 10/26/05 Notre Dame, IN L 0-3 11/22/05 Bloomington, IN^^ W 2-0 9/3/06 Bloomington, IN (ot) W 5-4 10/17/07 Notre Dame, IN L 2-3 10/16/08 Bloomington, IN L 1-3 10/14/09 Notre Dame, IN L 0-3 10/6/10 Bloomington, IN W 2-1 Louisville (9-3-1) H: 6-0-0, A: 3-2-0, N: 0-1-1 Date Site Score 11/7/81 Louisville, KY W 4-1 10/10/82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/11/83 Louisville, KY W 3-0 9/9/84 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 9/23/05 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/15/06 Louisville, KY W 2-0 9/30/07 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/28/08 Louisville, KY (ot) L 1-2 11/8/08 Notre Dame, IN* W 1-0 9/25/09 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 11/13/09 Morgantown, WV** (2ot) T 0-0 ND won PK shootout, 4-3 10/16/10 Louisville, KY L 0-2 11/12/10 Harrison, NJ** L 0-1 Marquette (13-5-1) H: 8-1-1, A: 5-4-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/5/79 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 10/5/80 Milwaukee, WI L 2-4 10/9/81 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 1-0 10/17/82 Milwaukee, WI (ot) W 2-1 10/14/83 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 4-2 10/14/84 Milwaukee, WI L 1-4 10/9/85 Notre Dame, IN L 3-5 10/5/86 Milwaukee, WI L 1-2 11/6/87 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 9/17/88 Milwaukee, WI W 1-0 9/24/89 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 2-2 9/24/90 Milwaukee, WI L 0-4 10/5/05 Milwaukee, WI W 1-0 9/27/06 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/15/07 Milwaukee, WI W 1-0 9/11/08 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 10/7/09 Milwaukee, WI W 2-0 10/13/10 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 11/6/10 Notre Dame, IN* W 2-1 Michigan (7-1-2) H: 6-0-1, A: 1-1-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/30/77 Notre Dame, IN W 4-2 9/22/78 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/14/86 Notre Dame, IN W 3-2 11/30/03 Notre Dame, IN^^^ T 1-1 10/13/04 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/4/06 Ann Arbor, MI W 2-0 10/3/07 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/1/08 Ypsilanti, MI L 1-3 9/1/09 Notre Dame, IN W 5-0 9/17/10 Ann Arbor, MI (2ot) T 0-0 Michigan State (10-5-5) H: 9-1-1, A: 1-4-4, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/7/78 East Lansing, MI (ot) T 2-2 10/19/79 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/2/81 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 9/14/84 East Lansing, MI (ot) T 2-2 9/20/85 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 1-1 9/19/86 East Lansing, MI L 0-1

9/18/87 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 9/16/88 East Lansing, MI W 5-0 9/22/89 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 9/21/90 East Lansing, MI L 0-1 9/20/91 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 9/18/92 East Lansing, MI (ot) T 2-2 9/17/93 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 11/2/03 East Lansing, MI W 1-0 10/11/05 East Lansing, MI (2ot) T 0-0 10/11/06 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/10/07 East Lansing, MI L 0-1 10/8/08 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/28/09 East Lansing, MI L 1-2 9/19/10 Notre Dame, IN L 0-2 Northwestern (12-3-2) H: 8-1-0, A: 4-2-1, N: 0-0-1 Date Site Score 10/26/78 Evanston, IL (ot) W 3-2 11/2/79 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 10/23/81 Notre Dame, IN W 6-0 9/16/84 Evanston, IL W 3-0 9/29/85 Evanston, IL L 0-1 9/17/86 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 9/20/87 Notre Dame, IN W 5-0 9/7/94 Notre Dame, IN W 5-1 11/1/95 Evanston, IL W 2-1 9/3/96 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/16/97 Evanston, IL (ot) T 2-2 9/8/98 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 9/1/99 Evanston, IL W 1-0 10/3/00 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 11/25/08 Notre Dame, IN^ L 1-2 11/22/09 Evanston, IL^ L 1-3 9/29/10 Bridgeview, IL (2ot) T 1-1 Pittsburgh (9-3-3) H: 5-2-1, A: 4-1-2, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/22/95 Pittsburgh, PA L 0-3 10/13/96 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 8/29/97 Pittsburgh, PA (ot) T 0-0 9/13/98 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 2-2 9/11/99 Pittsburgh, PA (ot) T 1-1 9/29/00 Notre Dame, IN L 2-3 10/4/02 Notre Dame, IN (ot) L 0-1 10/5/03 Pittsburgh, PA W 2-0 10/7/04 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/22/05 Pittsburgh, PA W 2-1 9/23/06 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 10/24/07 Pittsburgh, PA W 3-0 10/11/08 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 10/24/09 Pittsburgh, PA W 1-0 10/27/10 Notre Dame, IN W 3-2 Providence (13-2-1) H: 7-0-0, A: 5-2-1, N: 1-0-0 Date Site Score 10/14/95 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 8/31/96 Providence, RI W 1-0 9/7/97 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/21/98 Providence, RI L 1-2 10/9/99 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 10/8/00 Providence, RI L 1-3 10/24/01 Providence, RI W 2-0 9/22/02 Notre Dame, IN W 5-1 10/22/03 Providence, RI W 2-0 11/14/03 Storrs, CT** W 1-0 10/19/05 Providence, RI (2ot) W 2-1 10/14/06 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/28/07 Providence, RI (2ot) T 2-2 10/19/08 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 10/10/09 Providence, RI (2ot) W 1-0 10/3/10 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 St. John’s (NY) (4-11-5) H: 3-1-3, A: 0-7-1, N: 1-3-1 Date Site Score 10/17/95 Jamaica, NY L 0-6 9/7/96 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 2-2 10/21/97 Jamaica, NY L 0-1 11/15/97 Storrs, CT* L 1-4 9/26/98 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 1-1 11/7/98 Jamaica, NY* L 0-2

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10/23/99 Jamaica, NY L 1-4 10/14/00 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 11/16/01 Storrs, CT** L 0-1 9/26/02 Jamaica, NY L 0-1 9/4/03 Notre Dame, IN L 0-3 11/16/03 Storrs, CT*** W 2-0 10/16/04 Jamaica, NY (2ot) T 1-1 9/16/05 Jamaica, NY L 1-2 11/5/05 Jamaica, NY* L 0-1 11/11/07 Notre Dame, IN* W 1-0 9/19/08 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) T 0-0 9/6/09 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 11/15/09 Morgantown, WV (2ot)*** T 0-0 SJ won PK shootout, 5-3 9/25/10 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 Seton Hall (12-4-3) H: 6-1-1, A: 6-3-2, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/23/79 South Orange, NJ W 4-0 10/24/80 South Orange, NJ W 2-0 9/17/95 South Orange, NJ L 1-4 9/22/96 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 10/24/97 South Orange, NJ L 1-2 11/9/97 South Orange, NJ* W 2-0 10/18/98 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 11/3/99 South Orange, NJ T 1-1 9/22/00 Notre Dame, IN L 0-1 9/29/01 South Orange, NJ (ot) L 0-1 9/7/02 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 10/20/04 South Orange, NJ W 1-0 11/6/04 Notre Dame, IN (2ot)* T 0-0 SH won PK shootout, 8-7 10/29/05 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/30/06 South Orange, NJ W 2-0 10/21/07 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/22/08 South Orange, NJ (2ot) T 1-1 10/2/09 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 10/19/10 South Orange, NJ W 3-1 Saint Louis (3-7-1) H: 2-1-0, A: 1-5-0, N: 0-1-1 Date Site Score 9/14/80 St. Louis, MO L 1-6 9/13/81 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 4-3 10/7/84 St. Louis, MO L 1-3 11/6/88 St. Louis, MO# W 2-0 9/22/89 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 11/3/89 St. Louis, MO## L 1-2 L 2-3 9/14/90 Notre Dame, IN 11/1/90 St. Louis, MO### L 0-1 9/13/91 St. Louis, MO L 0-2 9/11/05 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) W 1-0 9/1/06 Bloomington, IN (2ot) T 0-0 West Virginia (8-6-1) H: 5-1-1, A: 3-5-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/20/95 Morgantown, WV L 1-2 9/13/96 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 9/20/97 Morgantown, WV W 3-0 10/30/98 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/20/99 Morgantown, WV L 0-1 10/27/00 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/11/01 Morgantown, WV W 3-0 9/21/03 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 9/23/04 Morgantown, WV L 0-1 10/1/05 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) T 3-3 10/18/06 Morgantown, WV L 1-2 10/6/07 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 11/1/08 Morgantown, WV W 1-0 10/17/09 Notre Dame, IN L 0-1 10/9/10 Morgantown, WV L 1-2 ^ - NCAA Championship First Round ^^ - NCAA Championship Second Round ^^^ - NCAA Championship Round of 16 * - BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinal ** - BIG EAST Championship Semifinal *** - BIG EAST Championship Final # - MCC Tournament Final ## - MCC Tournament Semifinal ### - MCC Tournament Quarterfinal


Bobby Clark has guided Notre Dame to 10 straight NCAA Championship appearances, including four treks to the Round of 16 and trips to the quarterfinals in 2006 and 2007.

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Head Coach BOBBY CLARK Head Coach 11th Season Jordanhill College ’67

Bobby Clark’s formula for success and his reputation for assembling winning teams are evident after 10 seasons at Notre Dame. The charismatic and affable Irish leader has guided his teams to 10 consecutive NCAA Championship appearances (a program first), a BIG EAST tournament title in 2003 and three BIG EAST regular-season crowns (2004, 2007 & 2008). Notre Dame reached new heights within the program by advancing to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for the first time ever in 2006 and made a repeat appearance in 2007. Since coming to Notre Dame in January of 2001, Clark, a native of Scotland, has engineered a great turnaround. In the two seasons prior to his arrival, the Irish suffered back-to-back losing seasons in 1999 and 2000 with a combined 15-17-5 record. Under Clark, Notre Dame is an impressive 127-59-30 (.657). The Fighting Irish have won at least 10 matches in every season of the Clark era. Clark, a two-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year honoree, ranks second on Notre Dame’s all-time victory list, just one win behind Rich Hunter entering the 2011 campaign. For his dedication and commitment to the Fighting Irish men’s soccer program, the Notre Dame Monogram Club awarded Clark with an honorary monogram in June of 2011. Winning has been synonymous with Clark wherever he has been. His 24-year resume has produced a glossy .673 winning percentage. Clark’s teams have posted a 280-122-55 mark during his collegiate coaching tenure. Prior to becoming Notre Dame’s fifth head coach, he had successful coaching stints at Dartmouth and Stanford. Clark’s penchant for developing talent is evident in the fact that Notre Dame has produced 57 all-BIG EAST selections from 32 different players. In addition, he has mentored six All-Americans with the Irish, including 2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy winner Joseph Lapira. Lapira, a two-time All-America honoree, was the 2006 BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year. Bright Dike joined Lapira with that honor as he was named the league’s offensive player of the year in 2009 under Clark’s guidance. The Fighting Irish have had 18 Major League Soccer (MLS) draft picks during Clark’s 10 seasons at Notre Dame. In 2009, Matt Besler became the highest MLS draft pick in Notre Dame history as he was selected eighth overall by the Kansas City Wizards. Besler also

Bobby Clark Profile • Hire Date: Jan. 19, 2001 • Career Record: 280-122-55 (.673) • Notre Dame Record: 127-59-30 (.657) • NCAA Tournament Appearances: 16 (2 Dartmouth, 4 Stanford, 10 Notre Dame) • Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland • Education: Physical Education • Maritial Status: Wife - Bette • Children: Tommy, Jennifer and Jamie

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was named the 2008-09 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar-Athlete of the Year. That marked the first time an Irish player ever received that distinguished honor. Besler is one of four Fighting Irish players to have garnered Academic AllAmerica honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) under the tutelage of Clark. Another Academic All-American was 2007 graduate Ryan Miller, who also became the first current or former Notre Dame player to earn a spot on a United States Men’s Senior National Team roster. Miller was one of 24 players on the U.S. squad that faced Chile in an international friendly in January of 2011. Miller currently plays professionally for Halmstads BK in the Swedish first division. As of June 2011, 15 former Irish men’s soccer players were competing professionally around the world. Ten are playing in the United States, while five are overseas. All 15 played for Clark at Notre Dame. Six former Fighting Irish student-athletes are part of Major League Soccer (MLS) teams, while four are in the United Soccer League (USL)/North American Soccer League (NASL). The foreign countries represented are England, Finland, India and Sweden. Ryan Nelsen, who played for Clark at Stanford and captained New Zealand during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, plays for the Blackburn Rovers of the English Premier League. Another one of Clark’s former Stanford players, Simon Elliott, joined Nelsen on the New Zealand World Cup squad and currently plays with Chivas USA in the MLS. Nelsen and Elliott are just two of Clark’s pupils that have competed in marquee international events. Current Notre Dame players Dillon Powers and Aaron Maund both were members of the United States Under-20 National Team that competed at the 2009 U-20 World Cup in Egypt. In August of 2010, Powers was named the MVP of the Milk Cup Tournament as he helped lead the U.S. Under-20 National Team to the title with a 3-0 record. Greg Dalby, a 2007 graduate, captained the U.S. squad as they won Group D during the 2005 U-20 World Cup. In May 2007, Lapira earned a cap with the Ireland Senior National Team during a friendly against Ecuador. Regarded as one of the premier tacticians of the game, Clark has built a reputation of being a true players’ coach; he’s an individual who relates easily to the needs of his players both on and off the field. Clark also has shown that he is very capable of reloading talent without having his team miss a beat on the field. Clark and his staff have consistently brought in nationallyranked recruiting classes that keeps the Fighting Irish in contention for league and national success year in and year out. In 2010, Clark guided the Irish to their 10th straight NCAA Championship appearance. Notre Dame garnered the tournament’s No. 9 seed, which marked the sixth time under Clark that the Fighting Irish have claimed one of the 16 national seeds and a first-round bye. Notre Dame fell to Dartmouth, 2-1 in overtime, during the second round to finish the season with a 10-6-4 record and a No. 21 national ranking in the final NSCAA poll. The Fighting Irish have been ranked in the final NSCAA top-25 rankings during nine of Clark’s 10 seasons at Notre Dame. The Irish went 6-2-1 in BIG EAST play in 2010 and advanced to the semifinals of the league tournament for the fourth straight season and for the sixth time under Clark. Five Notre Dame student-athletes received all-BIG EAST accolades for the 2010 season. Headlining the Fighting Irish honorees were first-team selections Jeb Brovsky and Steven Perry. Perry led all BIG EAST players in goals with 12 and was tied for the points lead with 28. Maund and Powers were named to the all-BIG EAST second team, while Harrison Shipp was selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team.

Brovsky and Perry continued to illustrate Notre Dame’s success both on the pitch and in the classroom as they were named NSCAA Scholar All-Americans. The 2009 season saw Clark notch his ninth NCAA Championship victory during his Notre Dame tenure with a 2-1 first-round win over Green Bay. The Irish suffered a 3-1 setback at Northwestern in the second round to conclude the campaign with an 11-8-4 mark. The Irish finished in second place in the BIG EAST Blue Division with an 8-3-0 record. Notre Dame missed out on winning its second BIG EAST Championship title under Clark as the Irish were taken down in penalty kicks by St. John’s, 5-3, following a scoreless draw in the final. Six Notre Dame players garnered all-BIG EAST honors in 2009. Michael Thomas joined Dike, who led the league in points (26) and goals (11) en route to earning the league’s offensive player of the year award, on the all-BIG EAST first team, while Justin Morrow was a second-team pick. Brovsky and Maund were selected to the third team and Powers was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. In 2008, Notre Dame notched a 12-7-2 record, including a 7-2-2 mark in the BIG EAST to win the conference’s Blue Division. That signified the first time in program history that the Irish had ever won back-toback BIG EAST regular-season titles. A 3-0 victory at Cincinnati on Sept. 26, 2008, was Clark’s 100th win during his Notre Dame tenure. The Fighting Irish were seeded 12th for the 2008 NCAA Championship and fell to Northwestern, 2-1, in the second round. Notre Dame concluded the season ranked 16th in the NSCAA poll. It marked the eighth straight season, all under Clark, in which the Fighting Irish finished their season ranked in the top 20 nationally.

The Bobby Clark File Coaching Experience 1977-82 Youth Coach Aberdeen F.C. Scottish Premier League 1983-84 Director of Coaching Bulawayo Highlanders, Zimbabwe Super League 1985-93 Head Men’s Coach Dartmouth College 1994-95 Head Coach New Zealand National Team 1996-2000 Head Men’s Coach Stanford University 2001-present Head Men’s Coach University of Notre Dame Playing Experience 1962-65 Queens Park in the Scottish 2nd Division 1965-82 Aberdeen in the Scottish Premier League • 1970 Scottish Cup • 1976 League Cup • 1980 Premier League Champions 1967 Washington Whips, United Soccer Association 1970 Member of Scotland World Cup Qualifying Squad 1974 Member of Scotland World Cup Qualifying Squad 1978 Member of Scotland World Cup Squad 1976 San Antonio Thunder, North American Soccer League

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The Bobby Clark File (cont.) Year-By-Year Collegiately With Bobby Clark Year School Record Postseason/Honors/Final Rankings 1985 Dartmouth 6-7-1 1986 Dartmouth 9-3-3 1987 Dartmouth 10-3-1 1988 Dartmouth 10-4-0 Ivy League Champion 1989 Dartmouth 7-6-1 1990 Dartmouth 14-2-2 NCAA Quarterfinals #8 ISAA, #16 Soccer America Ivy League Champion 1991 Dartmouth 6-6-3 1992 Dartmouth 11-5-2 NCAA Quarterfinals Ivy League Champion NSCAA Region I Coach of the Year New England Intercollegiate Soccer League Coach of the Year 1993 Dartmouth 9-6-0 Dartmouth Totals 1996 Stanford

82-42-13 (.646) – 9 years 10-4-4 MPSF Mountain Division Coach of the Year 1997 Stanford 13-5-2 NCAA First Round #21 NSCAA, #21 Soccer America NSCAA Far West Region Coach of the Year MPSF Mountain Division Coach of the Year 1998 Stanford 18-5-2 NCAA Runnerup #2 NSCAA, #9 Soccer America 1999 Stanford 12-4-3 NCAA First Round #23 NSCAA, #15 Soccer America 2000 Stanford 18-3-1 NCAA Quarterfinals #6 NSCAA, #4 Soccer America Pac-10 Coach of the Year Stanford Totals 71-21-12 (.740) – 5 years 2001 Notre Dame 12-7-0 NCAA First Round #18 NSCAA, #18 Soccer America BIG EAST Coach of the Year 2002 Notre Dame 12-6-3 NCAA Second Round #20 Soccer America 2003 Notre Dame 16-3-4 NCAA Sweet 16 #8 NSCAA, #3 Soccer America 2004 Notre Dame 13-3-3 NCAA Second Round #17 NSCAA, #12 Soccer America BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year 2005 Notre Dame 12-8-3 NCAA Sweet 16 #15 NSCAA 2006 Notre Dame 15-6-2 NCAA Quarterfinals #6 NSCAA 2007 Notre Dame 14-5-5 NCAA Quarterfinals #6 NSCAA 2008 Notre Dame 12-7-2 NCAA Second Round #16 NSCAA 2009 Notre Dame 11-8-4 NCAA Second Round 2010 Notre Dame 10-6-4 Notre Dame Totals Collegiate Totals

NCAA Second Round #21 NSCAA

127-59-30 (.657) – 10 seasons 280-122-55 (.673) – 24 seasons

Accolades were in abundance for Notre Dame during the 2008 season. Besler earned the distinction of becoming the first player in program history to be named both a first-team All-American and first-team Academic All-American. Besler and Dike both were first-team all-BIG EAST selections and headlined a group of five Notre Dame players that copped allleague honors. The 2007 campaign was arguably the greatest season in Notre Dame history. The Irish captured a share of the regular-season BIG EAST title as they tied for the Blue Division championship with Connecticut. The Irish went 7-0-4 in league play and were the only BIG EAST squad to go undefeated within the conference. Notre Dame advanced to the finals of the BIG EAST Championship before falling to Connecticut, 2-0. During the season, the Irish peaked at a program-best

No. 2 in the national rankings. Notre Dame opened the ’07 season with a 2-1 overtime win against top-ranked UCLA at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic in Bloomington, Ind. That would be the first of five triumphs over ranked foes for the Irish on the year. Notre Dame garnered the 10th seed in the 2007 NCAA Championship and following a first-round bye, the Irish topped Oakland University 2-1. A 2-0 upset victory at No. 7 Santa Clara propelled Notre Dame into the ‘Elite Eight’. The season would come to an end as the Irish suffered a 1-0 overtime loss at eventual national champion Wake Forest in the NCAA quarterfinals to finish with a 14-5-5 record and a No. 6 ranking in the final NSCAA poll. In what has become a common theme in the Clark era at Notre Dame, the Irish boasted two All-America honorees in 2007. Lapira earned first-team All-America

accolades for the second straight season, while Miller was a second-team pick. Miller also earned Academic All-America honors. Lapira and Miller were unanimous first-team all-BIG EAST selections. The duo spearheaded a group of seven Fighting Irish players that copped all-conference accolades. The Irish ended the ’06 campaign ranked sixth nationally after compiling a 15-6-2 record and finishing third in the BIG EAST Conference’s Blue Division with an 8-3-0 mark. After earning the No. 12 seed and a firstround bye in the NCAA Tournament, Notre Dame knocked off UIC 1-0 in the second round before taking down defending NCAA champion Maryland 1-0 in double-overtime to advance to the quarterfinals for the first time in program history. The win over the Terrapins marked the second straight season in which the Irish topped the defending national champion in postseason play. Notre Dame downed Indiana, the two-time defending national champion, 2-0 in the second round of the 2005 tournament. Accolades were in store for the 2006 Irish squad following the unprecedented success. Lapira won the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy as the nation’s top player according to the NSCAA. He became the first studentathlete in program history to win a national player of the year award. Lapira, who led all NCAA Division I men’s players with 22 goals and 50 points, also captured player-of-the-year honors from Soccer America along with being Notre Dame’s first-ever unanimous first-team All-American. Lapira was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year, while Dalby was selected as the league’s midfielder of the year. In all, the Irish boasted five all-conference performers. Dalby earned first-team All-America honors for the second straight season. The 2005 season presented some challenges for Clark as the Irish had to reload after losing a stellar senior class following the 2004 campaign. A difficult slate faced Notre Dame and the Irish responded with a 12-8-3 record and a berth in the NCAA Tournament’s Round of 16. The Irish had an impressive run as they posted back-to-back 2-0 shutouts in the first two rounds of the tournament. The Irish topped Western Illinois at home and then hit the road and took down the Hoosiers. The victory over Indiana marked the first time in nine tries that Notre Dame had ever knocked off a defending national champion in regular season or postseason play. Dalby became the first player in program history to be named a first-team All-American on three separate lists (NSCAA, Soccer Times, College Soccer News). He also was a unanimous first-team all-BIG EAST selection and a M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalist. Ian Etherington joined Dalby as a first-team all-league member. In 2004, the Fighting Irish faced lofty preseason expectations despite losing key components to a squad that won the BIG EAST tournament the previous year. Notre Dame lost a valuable seven-member class, which contained five all-BIG EAST selections and 35 of the team’s 38 goals in 2003, to graduation. The 2004 Irish still managed to post a 13-3-3 record that included an 11-game unbeaten streak and they peaked at No. 4 in the national polls. The ’04 squad was led by a stout defense that allowed just nine goals on the year en route to the program’s first regular-season BIG EAST title with an 8-1-1 conference mark, which led to Clark and assistant coaches Brian Wiese and Mike Avery being named the BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year. Six members of the Irish squad earned all-BIG EAST honors, including AllAmerica goalkeeper Chris Sawyer, who received his second straight BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year award. Fellow seniors Kevin Goldthwaite and Jack Stewart joined Sawyer on the first-team all-conference team with Stewart winning the BIG EAST’s Defensive Player of the Year. A disappointing 2-1 loss to Ohio State in the second

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Head Coach Bobby Clark vs. All opponents

Bobby Clark is one of the most respected collegiate coaches in the game today. Clark has won nearly 70-percent of his games since taking over the reins of the Fighting Irish program in 2001. round ended the 2004 campaign for the Fighting Irish, yet the program continued to establish itself as one of the best in the nation. That trend has been evident since Clark took over the reigns in 2001 and it did not take him long to steer Notre Dame to unprecedented levels. Poised with one of the most talented teams in Notre Dame men’s soccer history, Clark and his staff chose ‘Making History’ as the team motto for the 2003 season. The Irish followed that motto perfectly, claiming the program’s second BIG EAST Championship (the first under Clark), rising as high as third in the national rankings, hosting two NCAA Championship matches at Alumni Field (including a Round-of-16 contest) and earning the program’s highest-ever seed in the NCAA Championship (fifth overall). However the 2003 season ended with a tough-luck 1-1 tie against Michigan and the Wolverines advanced 4-3 on penalty kicks. Notre Dame still enjoyed a successful run, which featured regular-season wins over both teams that appeared in the NCAA title game (St. John’s and Indiana). The outstanding season was highlighted by a memorable run through the BIG EAST Championship. The Irish, behind tournament outstanding defensive player in Sawyer, shut out all three opponents during the championship to claim the program’s second conference title and first since 1996. The Irish program also received numerous individual accolades, including All-America honors for senior forward Justin Detter and Sawyer. A school-record eight Irish players earned all-BIG EAST honors while Detter joined classmate Kevin Richards as the first Clark-era Irish players to be drafted into the MLS. The 2002 season saw Clark lead his team to an impressive 12-6-3 record and spend all but one week ranked in the top-25 (peaking at No. 5). The Irish ended the BIG EAST season with a 6-3-1 mark and finished fourth in the league’s final regular-season standings. For the first time in school history, Notre Dame played host to an NCAA Championship match. The Irish advanced to the second round of the tournament for just the second time in school history following a 3-1 victory over Akron. During the ’02 campaign, Notre Dame defeated four ranked opponents and three top10 foes. Clark’s squad finished the season 20th in the final Soccer America rankings. Clark wasted little time in bringing the Notre Dame program back into the national forefront in his first season in 2001 as the Irish earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time since the 1996 campaign. Clark’s squad flourished under his guidance and leadership as the Irish registered a 12-7-0 record, which marked the most victories in five years. He earned his sixth coach-of-the-year accolade when he was selected as the BIG EAST Coach of the Year after leading the Irish to a 7-3-0 conference mark. Notre Dame tied for second in the final regular-season standings and advanced to the semifinals of the conference championship. It marked the most wins and highest finish ever by an Irish team in seven seasons as

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Opponent Record Air Force...........................................................0-0-1 Akron...............................................................2-1-1 Boston College................................................6-1-1 Boston University............................................3-0-0 Bowling Green................................................1-0-0 Bradley............................................................4-1-0 Brown..............................................................9-0-0 California.........................................................5-1-2 Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo.................................3-1-0 CS Fullerton.....................................................1-0-2 CS Hayward.....................................................1-0-0 CS Northridge..................................................1-1-0 Central Connecticut.........................................2-0-0 Chico State......................................................1-0-0 Cincinnati........................................................2-3-1 Clemson..........................................................0-1-0 Cleveland State...............................................2-0-1 Columbia.........................................................4-5-1 Connecticut.......................................7-10-3 Cornell.............................................................6-3-1 Creighton.........................................................2-1-1 Dartmouth......................................................3-2-1 Denver................................................ 1-0-0 DePaul.............................................................4-0-0 Drake...............................................................2-0-0 Duke................................................................1-0-0 Evansville.........................................................1-0-0 Fresno State.....................................................1-0-0 Furman............................................................1-1-0 Georgetown........................................ 8-3-1 Gonzaga..........................................................0-1-0 Green Bay........................................................1-0-0 Hartford...........................................................1-1-0 Harvard...........................................................8-4-1 Illinois-Chicago...............................................2-0-0 Indiana............................................... 6-8-0 IUPUI...............................................................1-0-0 Louisville............................................ 5-3-1 Loyola (Chicago)..............................................2-0-0 Maine..............................................................1-0-2 Marquette.......................................... 7-0-0 Maryland.........................................................2-2-0 Massachusetts.................................................6-2-1 Michigan............................................ 4-1-2 Michigan State.................................... 4-3-1 Middlebury.....................................................1-2-0 New Hampshire..............................................8-1-0 New Hampshire College.................................1-0-0 New Mexico.....................................................0-1-0

a league member. In addition, five players earned all-BIG EAST accolades, which included two first-team selections (Erich Braun and Detter). Sawyer was named to the 11-member Soccer America All-Freshman Team. Notre Dame also finished 18th in the final NSCAA and Soccer America rankings. Prior to being named head coach at Notre Dame, Clark spent five seasons at Stanford where he produced the most successful era in the history of the Cardinal program. When he arrived on the Palo Alto, Calif., campus, he inherited a team that had produced consecutive 5-12 campaigns and had not posted a winning record in four years. In his five seasons at Stanford, Clark turned the program around, creating a consistent national powerhouse. As Director of Soccer, Clark oversaw both the Cardinal men’s and women’s programs and specifically served as the head coach of the men’s program. In his five seasons at the helm of the Cardinal men, Clark compiled a 71-21-12 (.740) record. Clark guided Stanford to the NCAA Tournament each of his last four years (1997-2000), and his 1998 squad was the

Opponent Record Northern Illinois..............................................0-0-2 Northwestern..................................... 0-2-1 Oakland...........................................................2-0-0 Ohio State........................................................0-1-0 Oregon State...................................................6-0-1 Pennsylvania...................................................5-1-3 Plymouth State...............................................3-1-0 Pittsburgh.......................................... 8-1-0 Princeton.........................................................5-4-0 Providence.........................................14-0-2 Rider................................................................1-0-0 Rutgers............................................................2-4-1 Sacramento State............................................3-0-1 Saint Louis.......................................... 1-1-1 San Diego........................................................1-0-1 San Diego State...............................................0-0-1 San Francisco...................................................2-0-0 San Jose State.................................................3-1-2 Santa Clara......................................................4-1-1 Seattle.............................................................1-0-0 Seton Hall........................................... 9-1-2 South Florida...................................................2-5-2 Southern Methodist........................................1-1-0 Southwest Missouri State...............................1-0-0 St. John’s ............................................ 5-6-3 St. Mary’s (Calif.)..............................................5-0-0 Syracuse..........................................................4-0-2 Texas Christian.................................................1-0-0 UAB..................................................................0-1-1 UC-Irvine.........................................................3-0-0 UC-Santa Barbara...........................................4-0-0 UCLA................................................................2-4-0 UNLV................................................................2-0-0 Vermont..........................................................8-3-0 Villanova..........................................................5-0-0 Virginia............................................................1-2-0 Virginia Tech....................................................3-0-0 Wake Forest.....................................................0-2-1 Washington.....................................................3-4-0 West Virginia...................................... 4-4-1 Western Kentucky...........................................1-0-0 Williams..........................................................2-1-0 Wisconsin........................................................1-1-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee.....................................1-1-0 Xavier..............................................................1-0-0 Yale..................................................................4-4-1 TOTALS.......................................280-122-55 *bold indicates 2011 opponent

national runner-up. His final season with the Cardinal, the 2000 campaign, ranked as one of the most successful in Stanford history. The 18-3-1 record matched the school standard for wins in a season (tying the mark set by his ’98 team). The final national rankings of fourth (Soccer America) and sixth (NSCAA) qualify as the secondhighest ever at Stanford. His teams also spent two weeks ranked number one in the country, marking the first time Stanford had ever been atop a collegiate poll in men’s soccer. In 2000, the Cardinal broke nine school records and tied another, earned individual MVP honors at three in-season tournaments and saw 13 players win allPac-10 accolades. Included in that number was Nelsen, who was named the Pac-10 Player of the Year, as well as the NSCAA/adidas Collegiate Men’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In NCAA play, Clark’s team defeated Cal State Fullerton and Illinois-Chicago before falling in the quarterfinals to SMU. Clark led Stanford to its third consecutive NCAA appearance in 1999, the sixth visit to the tournament in school history. The Cardinal ended the season with a

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first-round NCAA loss to Santa Clara; yet with a 12-4-3 overall mark, it finished with double-digit victories for the fourth consecutive year. The 1998 season saw Clark direct the best season in the history of Stanford soccer. Not only did the Cardinal win its first NCAA Tournament match, it advanced three steps further to the NCAA championship game following wins against San Jose State, San Diego, Virginia and Maryland. Stanford fell to Indiana, 3-1, in the title game to finish with a No. 2 national ranking. The team won a school-record 18 matches, surpassing the mark of 16 wins recorded in 1978. Following the season, his son Jamie became the first Cardinal to be named an NSCAA first-team AllAmerican. In his first season at Stanford in 1996, Clark led the Cardinal to a 10-4-4 record, its first winning season since 1992, and was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Mountain Division Coach of the Year. The 1997 campaign was a break-out year for the program as Stanford posted a 13-5-2 record, earned its first MPSF Mountain Division title, its first top-10 ranking and its first trip to the NCAA Tournament in five years. Following the 1997 season, Clark was named NSCAA Far West Region Coach of the Year and garnered MPSF Mountain Division Coach-of-the-Year honors for the second consecutive season. Prior to arriving at Stanford, Clark compiled an impressive soccer background as both coach and player. From 1994-96, as head coach of the New Zealand National Team, he produced a 21-12-3 mark while working with the Senior National Team and the Olympic squad along with the Under-20 and Under-17 teams. For his efforts, Clark was awarded the 1995 Jim McCullen Trophy, given by the New Zealand national media to the person who did the most for New Zealand soccer. Clark began his collegiate coaching career as the head coach at Dartmouth College from 1985-93. In nine seasons, Clark compiled an 82-42-13 record (.646) and led the Big Green to three Ivy titles (’98, ’90 and ’92) and a pair of NCAA quarterfinal appearances. His ‘90 team defeated Vermont and Columbia in NCAA action before falling to eventual NCAA runner-up Rutgers. His ’92 squad defeated St. John’s and Seton Hall before losing to eventual champion Virginia. Clark’s Dartmouth teams were ranked in the top-10 for four consecutive years, and he was twice named the NSCAA Region I Coach of the Year (1990, ‘92). His ‘90 team finished eighth in the final Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America poll. Along with his international coaching experience in New Zealand, Clark also coached in Africa and in his native Scotland. In Zimbabwe, he was Director of Coaching with the Bulawayo Highlanders in the Zimbabwean Super League for the 1983-84 season. In Scotland, he was the Youth coach with Aberdeen F.C. in the Scottish Premier League. He was also one of the Scottish Football Association’s staff coaches. Prior to coaching, Clark enjoyed a distinguished professional career in the Scottish League. From 196282, he made more than 800 first-team appearances, 696 of which were with the Aberdeen Dons from 1965-1982. With the Dons, Clark won the 1970 Scottish Cup, the 1976 League Cup and the 1980 Premier League Championship. Clark, who represented Scotland at every level of professional soccer, was involved in three of Scotland’s World Cup campaigns as a player in 1970, 1974 and 1978, contributing to the Scottish squad that advanced to the finals of the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. Clark’s success in Aberdeen is legendary. In ’02, he was honored by the team as one of its top-25 members of all-time. In two Scottish off-seasons, Clark played professionally for the Washington Whips of the United Soccer Association (1967), and the San Antonio Thunder of the North American Soccer League (1976). In February of 2009, Clark saw his 38-year British

As a player, Bobby Clark enjoyed a successful 20-year stint as a goalkeeper in the Scottish League. record for consecutive scoreless minutes snapped by Manchester United’s Edwin Van der Sar. Clark went 1,155 minutes without allowing a goal while playing with the Aberdeen Dons during the 1970-71 Scottish first division season. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Clark graduated from Jordanhill College in 1967. He and his wife Bette, have three children: Tommy, Jennifer and Jamie. Tommy, a 1992 graduate of Dartmouth, earned a bachelor’s degree in English. He was a regional AllAmerican while playing with the Big Green – and played professional soccer in Zimbabwe, New Zealand and New Mexico. He and his wife are graduates of the Medical School at Dartmouth. They have two children, Hugh and Annabell. Tommy is the founder and CEO of Grassroot Soccer, an international AIDS awareness and education organization that reaches youth in Africa through soccer clinics. Jennifer, a 1994 Dartmouth graduate, served as an assistant for three years to former Stanford women’s soccer head coach Steve Swanson. She is married to former Notre Dame assistant men’s tennis coach Mike

Morgan. The couple has three children, Tamhas, Rory and Mhairi. The Clark’s youngest son, Jamie, graduated from Stanford in 1999. A two-time All-American, he played professionally for the San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) and Raith Rovers in Scotland. After serving as an assistant coach under his father for two years at Notre Dame (2006 & 2007), Jamie accepted the head coaching position at Harvard University. Following two successfull seasons with the Crimson, he was at the helm of the Creighton University program during the 2010 campaign before taking the head coaching spot at the University of Washington in January of 2011. Jamie is just one of the coaches who has worked under the elder Clark that is now at the helm of their own program. Wiese currently is the head coach at Georgetown University, while Avery has the same position at Valparaiso University. University of Rhode Island head coach John O’Connor worked under Clark at Dartmouth as did Geoff Wheeler, who is the head coach at Wesleyan University.

Bobby Clark on … philosophy … Experience over the years has shown me that it is great to have good players. But it is more important to have a good team. Being part of a good team allows players the opportunity to both fulfill their potential and enjoy their sport to the fullest, whether they are a starter, a bench player or practice player. challenges … One of the exciting elements of coaching soccer at the collegiate level is the nature of the college structure. With players graduating and leaving the program every year, it forces all coaches to adjust. It is a different team each year because of losing key players, but that is one of the challenges of coaching. Teams are never the same every year. It’s continually changing and always a challenge. Notre Dame … First of all, I am so lucky to be given the challenge and opportunity to be coaching here. I enjoy a new challenge and that is what was so appealing to me about this situation and what I like most about coming to this University. It has always been a solid program, but it is one of the men’s soccer programs in the country that can be truly great. I was a in a similar position at Stanford when I took the job there. Notre Dame is a program with so much potential because of the great academic school it is and the tremendous athletic tradition it has. Notre Dame has everything it needs to become one of the truly great soccer programs nationally. his game/coaching style … Soccer has to be fun for everyone involved – players and coaches. Practice has to be fun. Players have to enjoy being part of a group; they have to enjoy coming to practice. If players are having fun, then they will more receptive to listening and learning what we are teaching them in practice. If they are not having fun, then it will make learning difficult. Even with conditioning drills, the fun should be in everyone doing it together and getting everyone through it as a team. defining a successful season … For me a successful season is being in contention for something at the end of the season. That can mean that if you have a good team, then making the playoffs (in our case the BIG EAST Tournament) or getting a bid in the NCAA Tournament. But if you are not a good team, you can still be playing for your own goals — the goals you have set for that team. A team can be 1-10, but still be very excited about playing for its own goals. As a coach, you have to have realistic goals for your players, and in turn, your players must be realistic in setting their goals for the season. The key always is to have fun. his enthusiasm … As the head coach, it is my responsibility to be enthusiastic and get the players motivated. I’ve never had a problem with that. Every morning I wake up, I’m excited for the challenges that will present themselves to me on that day. My philosophy is a simple one: if you don’t have a passion and excitement for the job, then you shouldn’t be doing it.

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Assistant Coach BJ CRAIG Assistant Coach Fourth Season Gordon College ’93

BJ Craig is entering his fourth season as an assistant coach on the Fighting Irish staff in 2011. Craig joined the Irish after being an assistant coach at the University of Louisville during the 2007 campaign. Prior to that, he had a four-year stint (2003-06) as head coach at Saint Francis University (Pa.). The Fighting Irish have enjoyed three successful seasons with Craig on the sidelines. Notre Dame has posted a 33-21-10 record, including a 21-7-3 mark in the BIG EAST, along with qualifying for the NCAA Championship all three seasons. Notre Dame captured the 2008 BIG EAST Blue Division crown during Craig’s first year with the Irish. The Irish have produced 14 all-league selections and nine Major League Soccer (MLS) draft picks since Craig has been on campus. In 2010, Notre Dame garnered the No. 9 seed and a first-round bye for the NCAA Championship. The Irish fell to Dartmouth, 2-1 in overtime, during the second round to finish the season with a 10-6-4 record and a No. 21 national ranking in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. The Irish went 6-2-1 in BIG EAST play in 2010 and advanced to the semifinals of the league tournament for the third straight season. Five Notre Dame student-athletes received all-BIG EAST accolades for the 2010 season. Headlining the Fighting Irish honorees were first-team selections Jeb Brovsky and Steven Perry. Perry led all BIG EAST players in goals with 12 and was tied for the points lead with 28. The senior duo also was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America team. Aaron Maund and Dillon Powers were named to the all-BIG EAST second team in 2010 and Harrison Shipp was selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Brovsky, Perry and Bilal Duckett were picked in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft, while Philip Tuttle was taken in the supplemental draft. The Vancouver Whitecaps FC chose both Brovsky and Duckett, while the New

The BJ Craig File Coaching Experience 1995-96 Assistant Coach Gordon College 1998-2003 Assistant Coach Dartmouth College 2003-06 Head Coach Saint Francis University (Pa.) 2007 Assistant Coach University of Louisville 2008-present Assistant Coach University of Notre Dame Playing Experience 1990 University of Massachusetts-Lowell 1991-93 Gordon College

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England Revolution selected Perry. Brovsky was the first pick in the second round (19th overall selection) and Duckett was the first pick in the third round (37th overall). Perry went two picks after Duckett in the third round. The San Jose Earthquakes took Tuttle in the second round with the 33rd overall pick. Craig copped accolades of his own in 2010 as he was named one of the top 20 assistant coaches in NCAA Division I men’s soccer according to College Soccer News. Craig also has seen some of his Fighting Irish players experience success on the international level. Maund and Powers both were members of the United States Under-20 National Team that competed at the 2009 U-20 World Cup in Egypt. In August of 2010, Powers was named the MVP of the Milk Cup Tournament as he helped lead the U.S. Under-20 National Team to the title with a 3-0 record. During Craig’s second season on the Irish sidelines, Notre Dame posted an 11-8-4 record and finished second in the BIG EAST Blue Division with an 8-3-0 mark. Notre Dame missed out on winning the BIG EAST Championship as the Irish were taken down in penalty kicks by St. John’s, 5-3, following a scoreless draw in the title game. The Irish opened the 2009 NCAA Championship with a 2-1 first-round win over Green Bay. Notre Dame suffered a 3-1 setback at Northwestern in the second round. Six Notre Dame players garnered all-BIG EAST honors in 2009. Bright Dike, who led the league in points (26) and goals (11), was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year. Michael Thomas joined Dike on the all-BIG EAST first team, while fellow senior Justin Morrow was a second-team pick. Brovsky and Maund were selected to the third team and Powers was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Dike, Thomas and Morrow all were selected during the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. Dike went in the first round to the Columbus Crew, while the San Jose Earthquakes picked Thomas and Morrow in the second round. Thomas also was named a third-team Academic AllAmerican for the 2009 campaign. In 2008, Notre Dame compiled a 12-7-2 record, including a 7-2-2 mark in the BIG EAST to win the conference’s Blue Division. The Fighting Irish were seeded 12th for the NCAA Championship and fell to Northwestern, 2-1, in the second round. Notre Dame concluded the season ranked 16th in the final NSCAA poll. Accolades were in store for the Irish during the 2008 season. Senior Matt Besler became the first player in program history to be named a first-team AllAmerican and first-team Academic All-American. In addition, Besler was the first Irish player to ever be named the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Besler and Dike were both first-team all-BIG EAST selections and headlined a group of five Notre Dame players to cop all-league honors. Besler also heard his named called during the 2009 MLS SuperDraft. He was taken with the eighth pick overall in the first round by the Kansas City Wizards. That marked the highest a Fighting Irish player had ever been nabbed in the MLS draft. Jack Traynor went to the New York Red Bulls in the second round of the 2009 draft. In his lone season at Louisville, Craig helped guide the Cardinals to an 11-7-4 record and a berth into the 2007 NCAA Championship. The Cardinals won a firstround match against Duke, 1-0, before dropping a 1-0 decision at Ohio State. The Cardinals finished second in the BIG EAST’s Red Division with a 6-3-2 league mark and advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament before falling to Connecticut, the eventual champion. Louisville

sophomores Phil Edington and Othaniel Yanez both copped all-league honors for the Cardinals. In four seasons with Saint Francis, Craig posted a 31-31-13 record, which is second on the school’s alltime coaching wins list. He led the Red Flash to their first two Northeast Conference (NEC) Tournament appearances and also produced the program’s first winning season during the 2004 campaign en route to being named the NEC Coach of the Year. Craig led Saint Francis to a 27-19-11 record, including an 18-11-7 mark in the NEC, over his final three seasons. The Red Flash produced a winning record in each of those three seasons and he developed two NSCAA Regional AllAmericans and seven all-conference selections. Craig led his 2006 Saint Francis team to the school’s first-ever appearance in the NEC championship match. He guided the Red Flash to a 10-7-3 mark, which tied a school record that was previously set in Craig’s second season with the program in 2004. Craig joined the Red Flash staff after serving as an assistant coach at Dartmouth College from 1998-2003. In the fall of 2002, he helped lead the perennial Ivy League power to a conference championship and a 9-7-1 record. The Big Green posted a 5-1-1 league mark and finished the 2002 season ranked third in the Northeast Region. Craig also helped direct the Big Green to an NCAA Tournament berth in 2000. Prior to joining the Dartmouth staff, Craig served as an assistant coach at his alma mater Gordon College in Wenham, Mass., from 1995-96. During his tenure at Gordon, the Fighting Scots posted a 30-8-4 record and qualified for the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament both seasons. Craig, a native of Westford Mass., is a 1993 graduate of Gordon College with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He earned one varsity letter at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell before transferring to Gordon College, where he lettered twice. Craig helped Gordon College to the Commonwealth Coast Conference championship in 1992. He earned a master’s degree in education from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in 1997. He is a member of the NSCAA and holds a USSF B License. Craig and his wife, Erin, are the parents of four children, Noah (14), Micah (12), Jonah (9) and Mattea (7).

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Assistant Coach CHAD RILEY Assistant Coach Sixth Season Notre Dame ’04

Chad Riley is poised to begin his sixth season as an assistant coach for the Fighting Irish in 2011. After helping Notre Dame to triumphs on the field from 2000-03, Riley has helped guide the Fighting Irish to unprecedented success during his first five seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater. Over the past five campaigns, Notre Dame has compiled a 62-32-17 record, including a 36-10-7 mark in BIG EAST Conference play. The Fighting Irish captured BIG EAST Blue Division titles in 2007 and 2008. That signified the first time in program history that Notre Dame had won back-to-back BIG EAST crowns. Notre Dame has advanced to the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship in each of the past four seasons. The Irish have qualified for the NCAA Championship during all five seasons, including trips to the quarterfinals in 2006 and 2007. Those were the first two ‘Elite Eight’ appearances in program history. Riley has helped mentor four All-Americans, including the 2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy recipient Joseph Lapira, and three Academic All-Americans during his time at Notre Dame. The Irish have boasted 28 all-BIG EAST selections since the 2006 campaign. Thirteen Fighting Irish players have been drafted into Major League Soccer (MLS) over the past five years. In 2010, Notre Dame garnered the No. 9 seed and a first-round bye for the NCAA Championship. That marked the fourth time in five seasons that the Irish have received one of the tournament’s 16 national seeds. The Irish fell to Dartmouth, 2-1 in overtime, during the second round to finish the season with a 10-6-4 record and a No. 21 national ranking in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. The Irish went 6-2-1 in BIG EAST play in 2010 and advanced to the semifinals of the league tournament for the third straight season. Five Notre Dame student-athletes received all-BIG EAST accolades for the 2010 season. Headlining the Fighting Irish honorees were first-team selections Jeb Brovsky and Steven Perry. Perry led all BIG EAST players in goals with 12 and was tied for the points lead with 28. The senior duo also was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America team.

The Chad Riley File Coaching Experience

2004 Assistant Coach Oberlin College (Ohio) 2005 Assistant Coach St. John’s University 2006-present Assistant Coach University of Notre Dame Playing Experience

2000-2003

University of Notre Dame

Aaron Maund and Dillon Powers were named to the all-BIG EAST second team in 2010 and Harrison Shipp was selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Brovsky, Perry and Bilal Duckett were picked in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft, while Philip Tuttle was taken in the supplemental draft. The Vancouver Whitecaps FC chose both Brovsky and Duckett, while the New England Revolution selected Perry. Brovsky was the first pick in the second round (19th overall selection) and Duckett was the first pick in the third round (37th overall). Perry went two picks after Duckett in the third round. The San Jose Earthquakes took Tuttle in the second round with the 33rd overall pick. Notre Dame posted an 11-8-4 record in 2009 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship following a 2-1 win over Green Bay in the tournament’s first round. Notre Dame’s season came to an end with a 3-1 setback at Northwestern. The Irish finished in second place in the BIG EAST Blue Division with an 8-3-0 record during the ’09 campaign. Notre Dame missed out on winning the BIG EAST Championship as the Irish were taken down in penalty kicks by St. John’s, 5-3, following a scoreless draw in the title game. Six Notre Dame players garnered all-BIG EAST honors in 2009. Bright Dike, who led the league in points (26) and goals (11), was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year. Michael Thomas joined Dike on the all-BIG EAST first team, while fellow senior Justin Morrow was a second-team pick. Brovsky and Maund were selected to the third team and Powers was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Dike, Thomas and Morrow all heard their names called during the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. Dike went in the first round to the Columbus Crew, while the San Jose Earthquakes picked Thomas and Morrow in the second round. Thomas also was named a third-team Academic All-American for the 2009 campaign. In 2008, Notre Dame notched a 12-7-2 record, including a 7-2-2 mark in the BIG EAST to win the conference’s Blue Division. The Fighting Irish were seeded 12th for the NCAA Championship and fell to Northwestern, 2-1, in the second round. Notre Dame concluded the season ranked 16th in the final NSCAA poll. The Irish were rewarded for their success on and off the field during the 2008 season. Senior central defender Matt Besler became the first player in program history to be named a first-team All-American and first-team Academic All-American. In addition, Besler was the first Irish player to ever be named the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Besler and Dike both were first-team all-BIG EAST selections and headlined a group of five Notre Dame players to cop all-league honors. Besler was selected during the 2009 MLS SuperDraft. He was taken with the eighth pick overall in the first round by the Kansas City Wizards. That marked the highest a Fighting Irish player had ever been nabbed in the MLS draft. Jack Traynor went to the New York Red Bulls in the second round of the ’09 draft. The 2007 campaign witnessed the Irish winning a share of their second regular-season BIG EAST title as they tied for the Blue Division championship with Connecticut. The Irish went 7-0-4 in league play and were the only BIG EAST squad to go undefeated within the conference. Notre Dame advanced to the finals of the BIG EAST tournament before falling to Connecticut, 2-0. During the season, the Irish peaked at a program-best No. 2 in the national rankings. Notre Dame opened the ’07 season with a 2-1 overtime win over top-ranked UCLA at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic in Bloomington, Ind. That would be the first of five triumphs over ranked foes for the Irish on the year. Notre Dame garnered the 10th seed in the 2007 NCAA Championship and following a first-round bye, the Irish topped Oakland University 2-1. A 2-0 upset victory at No. 7 Santa Clara propelled Notre Dame into the ‘Elite Eight’. The season came to an end with a 1-0 overtime loss at eventual national champion Wake Forest in the NCAA quarterfinals. The Irish finished with a 14-5-5 record and a No. 6 ranking in the final NSCAA poll. The Irish boasted two All-America honorees in 2007. Lapira earned first-team All-America accolades for the second straight season, while Miller was a second-team

pick. Miller also earned the distinction of becoming the first player in program history to be named both an AllAmerican and Academic All-American in the same year. Lapira and Miller were unanimous first-team all-BIG EAST selections in ‘07. The duo spearheaded a group of seven Fighting Irish players that copped all-conference accolades. In addition to their all-league honors, Lapira and Miller heard their names called in the third round of the MLS SuperDraft. In 2006, which was Riley’s first on the Irish sidelines, Notre Dame concluded the season ranked sixth nationally after compiling a 15-6-2 record and finishing third in the BIG EAST Conference’s Blue Division with an 8-3-0 mark. After earning the No. 12 seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Championship, Notre Dame knocked off Illinois-Chicago 1-0 in the second round before taking down defending NCAA champion Maryland 1-0 in double-overtime to advance to the quarterfinals for the first time in program history. Accolades were abundant for the 2006 Irish squad following the unprecedented success. Lapira won the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy as the nation’s top player according to the NSCAA. He became the first student-athlete in program history to win a national player of the year award. Lapira, who led all NCAA Division I men’s players with 22 goals and 50 points, also captured player of the year honors from Soccer America along with being Notre Dame’s first-ever unanimous first-team All-American. Lapira was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year, while his teammate Greg Dalby was selected as the league’s midfielder of the year. In all, the Irish boasted five all-conference performers. Dalby earned first-team All-America honors for the second straight season and was selected by the Colorado Rapids in the second round of the MLS draft. The Chicago Fire picked Nate Norman in the second round. Riley also has seen some of his Fighting Irish players experience success on the international level. Maund and Powers both were members of the United States Under20 National Team that competed at the 2009 U-20 World Cup in Egypt. In August of 2010, Powers was named the MVP of the Milk Cup Tournament as he helped lead the U.S. Under-20 National Team to the title with a 3-0 record. In May 2007, Lapira earned a cap with the Ireland Senior National Team during a friendly against Ecuador. Miller became the first current or former Notre Dame player to earn a spot on a United States Men’s Senior National Team roster. Miller was one of 24 players on the U.S. squad that faced Chile in an international friendly in January of 2011. Riley, a native of Houston, Texas, was a four-time monogram winner and received all-BIG EAST honors on three occasions during his Notre Dame career. He started 75 games in a Fighting Irish uniform and was an integral part of the Notre Dame squad that captured the 2003 BIG EAST tournament championship. That team would also make the program’s second-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament’s Round of 16. For his career, Riley totaled 52 points on 10 goals and 32 assists. He led the team in assists three times and was Notre Dame’s top scorer as a freshman. Riley currently ranks second on the Irish career list for assists. He graduated with a degree in theology from the College of Arts and Letters and was twice named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team. Following his graduation from Notre Dame in 2004, Riley served as an assistant coach at Oberlin College in Ohio during the 2004 season. He helped guide the Yeomen to a 9-8-3 record as five players earned all-North Coast Athletic Conference honors. The team also was a recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association Team Academic Award, posting a 3.52 grade-point average, the highest of any of the 73 men’s teams honored. At St. John’s in 2005, Riley helped guide the Red Storm to an 11-6-5 record and a berth in the third round of the NCAA Championship before falling to top-seeded and eventual national champion Maryland. St. John’s boasted five all-BIG EAST selections in 2005, including M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalist Matt Groenwald. Riley received an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma in June of 2009. Riley’s wife, Caitlin, also is a Notre Dame graduate.

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Support Staff VERN GINGERICH Volunteer Coach/Goalkeepers Fourth Season Tri-State (Trine) University ‘97 Vern Gingerich is entering his fourth season as a volunteer assistant coach on the Notre Dame staff in 2011. Among other duties, Gingerich works with Fighting Irish goalkeepers. Notre Dame has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success in Gingerich’s first three seasons with the Irish. The Fighting Irish have a combined 33-21-10 record, including a 21-7-3 mark in BIG EAST play, and the Notre Dame goalkeepers have posted 21 shutouts during that span. The Irish have advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship in each of the past three seasons. Notre Dame captured the 2008 BIG EAST Blue Division title during Gingerich’s first season with the Fighting Irish. In 2010, Notre Dame garnered the No. 9 seed and a first-round bye for the NCAA Championship. The Irish fell to Dartmouth, 2-1 in overtime, during the second round to finish the season with a 10-6-4 record and a No. 21 national ranking in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. The Irish went 6-2-1 in BIG EAST play in 2010 and advanced to the semifinals of the league tournament for the third straight year. For the season, Irish goalkeepers Philip Tuttle and Will Walsh combined to notch six shutouts. Five Notre Dame student-athletes received all-BIG EAST accolades for the 2010 season. Headlining the honorees were first-team selections Jeb Brovsky and Steven Perry. Perry led all BIG EAST players in goals with 12 and was tied for the points lead with 28. The senior duo also was named to the NSCAA Scholar AllAmerica team.

Aaron Maund and Dillon Powers were named to the all-BIG EAST second team in 2010 and Harrison Shipp was selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Brovsky, Perry and Bilal Duckett were picked in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft, while Tuttle was taken in the supplemental draft. The Vancouver Whitecaps FC chose both Brovsky and Duckett, while the New England Revolution selected Perry. Brovsky was the first pick in the second round (19th overall selection) and Duckett was the first pick in the third round (37th overall). Perry went two picks after Duckett in the third round. The San Jose Earthquakes took Tuttle in the second round with the 33rd overall pick. During the 2009 campaign, Notre Dame posted an 11-8-4 record and Irish goalkeepers Andrew Quinn and Tuttle combined to record eight clean sheets on the season. The Irish finished in second place in the BIG EAST Blue Division with an 8-3-0 record. Notre Dame missed out on winning the BIG EAST Championship as the Irish were taken down in penalty kicks by St. John’s, 5-3, following a scoreless draw in the title game. In the 2009 NCAA Championship, the Fighting Irish produced a 2-1 win over Green Bay in the first round before suffering a 3-1 setback at Northwestern. Six Notre Dame players garnered all-BIG EAST honors in 2009. Bright Dike, who led the league in points (26) and goals (11), was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year. Michael Thomas joined Dike on the all-BIG EAST first team, while Justin Morrow was a second-team pick. Brovsky and Maund were selected to the third team and Powers was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Dike, Thomas and Morrow all were selected during the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. Dike went in the first round to the Columbus Crew, while the San Jose Earthquakes picked Thomas and Morrow in the second round. Thomas also was named a third-team Academic AllAmerican. Quinn was not taken in the MLS SuperDraft, yet he did sign a contract with DC United. Notre Dame compiled a 12-7-2 record, including a 7-2-2 mark in the BIG EAST, during the 2008 season. Quinn and Tuttle teamed up to post seven shutouts on the season. The Fighting Irish, who peaked at No. 3 in the national polls during the 2008 campaign, were seeded 12th for the NCAA Championship and fell to Northwestern, 2-1, in the second round. Notre Dame concluded the season ranked 16th in the final NSCAA poll. Accolades were in store for the Irish during the

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2008 season. Senior Matt Besler became the first player in program history to be named a first-team AllAmerican and first-team Academic All-American. In addition, Besler was the first Irish player to ever be named the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Besler and Dike both were first-team all-BIG EAST selections and headlined a group of five Notre Dame players that copped all-league honors. Besler also heard his named called during the 2009 MLS SuperDraft. He was taken with the eighth pick overall in the first round by the Kansas City Wizards. That marked the highest a Fighting Irish player had ever been nabbed in the MLS draft. Jack Traynor went to the New York Red Bulls in the second round. In addition to his duties with the Fighting Irish, Gingerich has been the goalkeepers coach for the Indiana Invaders (PDL) since 2008. He also was the director of goalkeeping for the Michiana Echo (both boys and girls) in 2008. During the 2007-08 campaign, he served as goalkeeper coach at Holy Cross College (Notre Dame, Ind.). The Saints posted a 9-8-0 record that season. Gingerich served as assistant coach/goalkeepers coach for Elkhart Central High School from 2002-06. During that span, the Blue Blazers posted a 72-17-8 record, including a 33-0-3 mark within the Northern Indiana Conference. He mentored several athletes who went on to play at the collegiate level, including Justin Holmes, a goalkeeper who played at the University of New Mexico. Alec Purdie (Indiana), Rubin Garrido (West Virginia) and Jorge Ramirez (IPFW) were other NCAA Division I players that Gingerich coached while at Elkhart Central. His prep coaching career began at his alma mater, Northridge High School in Middlebury, Ind. Gingerich was the goalkeeper trainer for the Northridge men’s team from 1995-97. Gingerich also possesses a wealth of playing experience. In high school, he played goalkeeper at Northridge from 1992-93. He then went on to play collegiately as a goalkeeper at Tri-State (Trine) University from 1993-97. In 1997, he was named the team’s MVP. Gingerich has played with the Elkhart Futbol League since 1998. Gingerich is a 1997 graduate of Tri-State University in Angola, Ind. He earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration. He and his wife, Jessica, currently reside in Elkhart.

SUPPORT STAFF Sean Carroll Assistant Media Relations Director (Men’s Soccer Contact)

Jennifer Kline

Senior Manager

Kali Hofer

Promotions Coordinator

Beth Hunter

Assistant Athletics Director (Sport Administrator)

Matt Howley

Strength & Conditioning

(left to right) Assistant coach Chad Riley, head coach Bobby Clark, assistant coach BJ Craig, volunteer assistant coach Vern Gingerich

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Greg Klazura (pictured) along with Aaron Maund and Dillon Powers will captain the Fighting Irish during the 2011 season. Klazura returns to the Irish for a fifth season after starting all 20 matches at left back during the 2010 campaign.

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GREG KLAZURA

Senior • Defender Captain 5-10 • 150 Rockford, Ill. Boylan Catholic

HONORS & AWARDS NSCAA Scholar All-Region - First Team - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2009, 2010

Returns to the Irish for a fifth season • figures to be the starter at left back, which is where he started every match during the 2010 campaign • was invited to the 2011 Major League Soccer (MLS) combine, yet turned down the offer to play one more season at Notre Dame • will serve as a team captain • brings good leadership to the squad • has played in 26 career matches, including 21 starts • three points on one goal and one assist • two monograms • a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named a 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region Scholar • named to the dean’s list in the spring of 2011 • a very good athlete who makes good decisions • a hard worker • brings good speed to the wide areas of the defense. AS A SENIOR (2010): Started all 20 games at left back • named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar AllRegion first team • a BIG EAST Academic AllStar • received his second monogram • logged the second-most minutes on the team (1,883) during the season • tallied three points on one goal and one assist • netted the first goal of his career in a 5-1 win over Cal

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Poly that secured the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Irish • the goal came in the 71st minute and was Notre Dame’s fourth of the match • assisted on the goal that tied the Pittsburgh match 1-1 in the 24th minute en route to the 3-2 Fighting Irish victory. AS A JUNIOR (2009): Played in six games, including one start • attempted one shot • made his collegiate debut in a 2-1 setback at USF • saw time in wins over Louisville (4-0), Marquette (2-0) and Connecticut (2-1 in overtime) • earned his first career start, and played a season-high 81 minutes, in a 2-2 draw against USF in the BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals • saw time on the pitch in a scoreless tie versus St. John’s in the title game of the BIG EAST Championship • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned his first career monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008): Did not see game action. AS A FRESHMAN (2007): Did not see game action.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Member of the Chicago Fire Super-20 team that captured the North American National Championship in August of 2008 • a 2006 Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp all-star • a three-year varsity player at Boylan Catholic • an all-state, all-midwest, all-sectional and all-conference selection as a senior • captained his squad along with garnering team MVP honors during his senior campaign •

Klazura’s Career Bests Goals Game Season Assists Game Season Points Game Season

1 (Cal Poly ‘10) 1 (2010) 1 (Pittsburgh ‘10) 1 (2010) 2 (Cal Poly ‘10) 3 (2010)

Klazura’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2007 Did Not Play 2008 Did Not Play 2009 6-1 0 0 0 1 0 2010 20-20 1 1 3 12 0 Totals 26-21 1 1 3 13 0

copped MVP accolades at the Indiana State Cup Tournament and at the Illinois Soccer Classic Tournament • as a junior, he was named to the IHSA Class AA second-team along with earning all-sectional honorable mention honors • also earned honorable mention all-conference distinction • named to the alltournament team for the Hononegah Invitational • played for the Rockford Raptors club team • the Raptors were the 2002 semifinalists of the President’s Day Cup in Phoenix, Ariz. and earned an eighth-place national ranking • member of the ’89 state ODP team • also competed in track • part of conference champion 4x400 relay team in the spring of 2007 • from the same area as former Notre Dame athletes Ivan Brown (football), Julie Lewis (rowing), Frank Finnigan (baseball) and Jack Joyce (fencing) • born January 27, 1989 • son of Paul and Molly Klazura • has a younger brother and an older sister • graduated in May of 2011 from the College of Science with a degree in pre-professional studies (pre-med) • finished with a 3.575 cumulative GPA • currently taking graduate courses.

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BRENDAN KING

Senior • Midfielder 6-0 • 160 Naperville, Ill. Edison Academic Center (Fla.)

HONORS & AWARDS NSCAA Scholar All-Region- Second Team - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2008, 2009, 2010

Has played major minutes for the Irish ever since his freshman season • 63 career matches, including 29 starts • a three-time monogram recipient • figures to start in the wide area of the midfield • coaching staff sees him having a very good senior season • has only missed one game during his collegiate career • 22 career points on five goals and 12 assists, which are the most for any active player on the Notre Dame roster • a technically sound player • uses both feet well and has a nice touch on the ball • a three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • became the program’s first early-enrollee as he began his collegiate career and studies in January of 2008. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Started all 20 matches • posted career-high totals in goals (3), assists (6) and points (12) • tied for first among all Irish players in assists and his point total was tied for second on the team • named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Region second team • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • notched a career-high three points on one goal and one assist in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Irish • assisted on Notre Dame’s first goal in the Cal

Poly match and then deposited the team’s third goal in the 62nd minute • netted the third Irish goal (59th minute) in a 3-1 victory at Seton Hall • tallied the game winner in the 90th minute in a 3-2 triumph of Pittsburgh • registered a career-high three assists in a 3-0 win over Georgetown • named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for his performance against the Hoyas • notched two assists in the very next match, a 2-1 win over Marquette in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • earned a monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Played in 22 matches and made nine starts • registered three points on three assists • attempted 24 shots • assisted on the second goal in a 2-0 win at Marquette • collected an assist on Notre Dame’s first goal in a 2-1 overtime victory at Georgetown • assisted on the equalizer in a 2-1 overtime win against Connecticut • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • received a monogram.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Produced a solid freshman campaign • named to College Soccer News ‘100 freshmen to keep an eye on’ list prior to the season • played in all 21

King’s Career Bests Goals Game Season Assists Game Season Points Game Season

1, five times (MR: Pittsburgh ‘10) 3 (2010) 3 (Georgetown ‘10) 6 (2010) 3, twice (Cal Poly ‘10 & Georgetown ‘10) 12 (2010)

King’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 21-0 2 3 7 15 1 2009 22-9 0 3 3 24 0 2010 20-20 3 6 12 58 1 Totals 63-29 5 12 22 97 2

matches and notched seven points on two goals and three assists • collected two assists in a 5-0 win over No. 5 USF to secure the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title • scored a goal (89th minute) in a 4-1 victory against Pittsburgh • assisted on Notre Dame’s lone goal in a 3-1 setback at Indiana • scored the game winner in the 61st minute in a 1-0 triumph at West Virginia to lock up the BIG EAST Blue Division championship • named to the Soccer America national team of the week and to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his performance against the Mountaineers • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • received a monogram. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Enrolled at Notre Dame in January of 2008 after graduating from high school early • member of the Chicago Fire Super-20 team that captured the North American National Championship in August of 2008 • member of the 2007 U.S. U-17 World Cup team • also played on the U-17 qualifying team • member of the U.S. soccer residency program • two-time NSCAA AllAmerican (2006 & 2007) • Parade Magazine All-American • born February 25, 1990 • played for the Chicago Magic club • son of Tom and Donna King • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a political science and Spanish major • boasts a 3.284 cumulative GPA.

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AARON MAUND

Senior • Defender Captain 6-1 • 185 Dorchester, Mass. The Roxbury Latin School

HONORS & AWARDS All-BIG EAST Second Team - 2010 All-BIG EAST Third Team - 2009 All-BIG EAST Championship Team - 2009 NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Third Team - 2009 & 2010

A three-year starter for the Irish in the central defense • a good leader who will serve as a team captain during his senior season • has started all 59 matches in which has played during his Notre Dame career • missed five contests during his sophomore season while he was with the U.S. Under-20 National Team at the 2009 U-20 World Cup in Egypt • earned all-BIG EAST and allregion honors during his sophomore and junior seasons • has received three monograms • has tallied seven points on two goals and three assists • a very talented player and a great athlete • has a great attitude • has versatility. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Started all 20 games in the central defense • posted a careerhigh four points on one goal and two assists • was the only Irish player to play every minute (1,889) on the pitch during the season • helped the Fighting Irish defense post six shutouts • selected to the all-BIG EAST second team • NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region third team • selected to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season • put Notre Dame on the board in the 51st minute in a 5-1 triumph of Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Irish • named the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament Defensive MVP • also selected to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for his performance in the tournament • selected as the

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BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 27 after helping the Irish defense shut out St. John’s in a 1-0 victory • assisted on the team’s third goal in a 3-0 win over Georgetown • assisted on Notre Dame’s first goal in a 2-1 victory over Marquette in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • received his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): A starter in all 18 matches in which he played • after playing in the first five games of the season, he missed the next five contests as he was competing with the United States U-20 National Team at the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt • did not see game action with the U.S. U-20 squad • returned to the Irish for a 2-0 win at Marquette • that was one of seven shutouts he helped the Fighting Irish defense post • netted the equalizer in the 83rd minute in a 2-2 draw against USF in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • that was the first goal of his Irish career and Notre Dame would go on to top the Bulls in a penalty kick shootout, 5-4 • earned a monogram.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): One of two Fighting Irish players (Matt Besler being the other) to play every possible minute (1,936) on the pitch during the season • started every match in the central defense • dished out one assist • named to the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic all-tournament team after a solid

Maund’s Career Bests Goals Game 1, twice (USF^ ‘09 & Cal Poly ‘10) Season 1, twice (2009 & 2010) Assists Game 1, three times (MR: Marquette^ ‘10) Season 2 (2010) Points Game 2, twice (USF^ ‘09 & Cal Poly ‘10) Season 4 (2010) ^ - BIG EAST Tournament

Maund’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 21-21 0 1 1 5 0 2009 18-18 1 0 2 4 0 2010 20-20 1 2 4 13 0 Totals 59-59 2 3 7 22 0

performance in his first two collegiate games • helped the Irish post seven shutouts on the season • selected as the BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Sept. 22 after he helped Notre Dame hold No. 5 St. John’s scoreless in a 0-0 draw • assisted on the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over Louisville in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • received a monogram. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A four-year varsity starter at The Roxbury Latin School in addition to being a two-time team captain • two-time all-state performer • twotime all-independent schools league first team member • all-New England selection as a senior • led Roxbury Latin to a New England class B semifinal during his senior season • member of the United States U-14, U-15, U-17 and U-20 national pools • member of the U-17 Trinidad & Tobago National Team and started all three games in the 2007 U-17 World Cup in South Korea • won a national championship with the FC Greater Boston in 2005 (U-15) • Massachusetts ODP and Region I ODP member • earned a letter in lacrosse as a sophomore • two-time letter winner in track and field during his final two scholastic campaigns • has two younger siblings • born September 19, 1990 • son of Arnott and Karen Maund • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an IT management major.

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MICHAEL KNAPP

Senior • Defender 6-1 • 170 Arlington, Texas Jesuit College Prep

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2009, 2010

Has played in two career matches with the Fighting Irish • a strong candidate to start at right back • can play anywhere on the backline and gives the team good coverage • boasts a 3.736 cumulative GPA, which is the team’s top mark • two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named to the dean’s list in the spring 2011 semester.

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SEAN McGRATH

Senior • Defender 5-8 • 145 Indianapolis, Ind. Pike

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

Has played in seven career matches, including six starts • provides great coverage at left back • earned a monogram during his sophomore season • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • has a very good left foot • is a fast, quick and determined player • good in the air • could also play as a wide midfielder. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in one match • saw action in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Fighting Irish • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in one game • saw action in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Fighting Irish • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Played in one match • came off the bench and played the entire second half in a 2-1 loss at USF • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Captain of Texas Cyclones club team that was ranked 14th in the nation • played in Disney Showcase, Dallas Cup and other national tournaments • member of the North Texas ODP state team for three years • starter for a Jesuit College Prep team which was ranked No. 1 in the Dallas area • helped Dallas Jesuit win district and bi-district • part of a defense that allowed 0.4 goals per game • received first team all-district honors • an all-star selection at Notre Dame’s Elite Camp • member of National Honor Society • born May 5, 1990 • son of David and Carmen Knapp • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major • carries a 3.736 cumulative GPA • multiple dean’s list honors. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): A starter in all six games in which he played • attempted two shots • started the first six matches of the season at left back • helped the Fighting Irish post shutouts over Michigan (5-0) and Seattle (3-0) • received his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A four-year letterwinner at Pike High School • a member of four conference-title winning teams • totaled 134 points on 33 goals and 68 assists • his career assist total was a schoolrecord mark • started 78 consecutive games, also a school record • two-time all-state, allcounty and Indianapolis Super Team selection • garnered all-conference and all-district accolades three times • captained his team to a regional championship during his junior season and a sectional championship his senior year • two-time team captain • named a scholar-athlete • eight-year member of the Indy Burn Eagles • that team has won six consecutive Indiana State Cup titles • in 2006, he trained at Liverpool FC Academy in the United Kingdom • four-year member of the ’89 Indiana State ODP squad • was on the U.S. Junior National Racquetball team in 2002 • an

Knapp’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 Did Not Play 2009 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 2-0 0 0 0 0 0

McGrath’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 Did Not Play 2009 6-6 0 0 0 2 0 2010 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 7-6 0 0 0 2 0

All-American racquetball player in 2002 and 2003 • Junior All-American Sportsmanship Award recipient in racquetball in 2003 • born October 31, 1989 • son of Patrick and Cathy McGrath • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a sociology major.

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# 11 ADAM MENA

Senior • Midfielder 5-10 • 145 Holland, Mich. West Ottawa

HONORS & AWARDS Rockne Student-Athlete Award - 2010 NSCAA Scholar All-Region - Second Team - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2009, 2010

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A three-year starter at West Ottawa High School • his 66 career goals is a school record • two-time area player of the year • two-time first-team all-state along with being an honorable mention choice once • three-time allconference and all-district in addition to being an all-area selection on three occasions • 2007 Super Y League national select team member • also earned a letter in track • named a scholar-athlete and received academic all-state honors • born August 9, 1989 • son of Bonifacio and Lisa Mena • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a psychology major • carries a 3.654 cumulative GPA.

Mena’s Career Bests Goals Game 1, three times (MR: Marquette ‘10) Season 2 (2010) Assists Game 0 Season 0 Points Game 2, three times (MR: Marquette ‘10) Season 4 (2010)

Mena’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 Did Not Play 2009 16-0 1 0 2 8 0 2010 20-1 2 0 4 15 1 Totals 36-1 3 0 6 23 1

Has played in 36 career games, including one start • has tallied three goals • gives the Irish versatility as he can play anywhere on the midfield line or up top at forward • has good mobility and athletic ability • covers ground well and wins balls • a hard worker who does a lot of things well • two monograms • received the team’s 2010 Rockne Scholar-Athlete Award • named an all-region scholar during his junior season • a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named to the dean’s list in the spring of 2011 semester • named to the Premier Developmental League (PDL) All-Central Conference Team in the summer of 2011 after he scored 14 goals for the Indiana Invaders. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in all 20 matches, including one start • scored a careerhigh two goals • received the team’s Rockne Student-Athlete Award • named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Region second team • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned his first career start in a 1-0 win over St. John’s • deposited the game-winning goal in the 80th minute in a 2-1 victory at Indiana • gave Notre Dame a 3-0 lead in the 30th minute in a 4-1 win over Marquette • received his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Appeared in 16 matches • a valuable contributor off the bench for the Fighting Irish • tallied one goal • attempted eight shots • scored the equalizer in the 37th minute of an eventual 2-1 setback at Michigan State • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned his first monogram.

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MICHAEL ROSE

Senior Midfielder/Forward 6-2 • 170 Severna Park, Md. Severna Park

Has played in 33 career games, including 21 starts • nine points on two goals and five assists • a two-time monogram recipient • plays in the wide area of the midfield • will miss an early portion of the season due to a knee injury suffered during the spring campaign • plays well on the right side of the field • an exciting player and strong athlete who crosses the ball well • a determined player and a hard worker • can also play up front. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in all 20 matches, including 19 starts • registered a career-high six points on one goal and a career-high four assists • named to the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic alltournament team • assisted on Notre Dame’s first goal in a 2-0 win over Drake in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • assisted on the equalizer in the 79th minute in a 1-1 draw with Northwestern • notched an assist on Notre Dame’s second goal in a 4-1 victory over Marquette • put the Irish up 2-0 in the 56th minute en route to a 3-1 win at Seton Hall • assisted on Brendan King’s game-winning goal in the 90th minute in a 3-2 triumph of Pittsburgh • earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Played in 13 matches and made two starts • tallied three points on one goal and one assist • attempted 10 shots • made his collegiate debut in a 3-0 victory over Seattle in the Mike Berticelli

Memorial Tournament • nearly scored in his first minute of play against the Redhawks • assisted on Notre Dame’s lone goal in a 2-1 setback at USF • earned his first start in a 1-0 setback to West Virginia • tallied the game winner, which was the first goal of his career, in the 48th minute in a 1-0 victory at Pittsburgh • missed the final six matches of the season with a leg injury • collected his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Did not see game action • was named to the College Soccer News ‘100 freshmen to keep an eye on’ list prior to the season. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: adidas Golden Boot winner at the 2006 USYSA national championship • member of the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays squad that won the 2006 U-16 and 2009 U-19 USYSA national championships, and the 2008 USSF U-18

national championship • Captain of the DC-United U-20 squad in 2010 • a four-year starter at Severna Park High School • twotime Captain, two-time All-South and the first NSCAA High School All-American (2007) in the history of Severna Park High School

Rose’s Career Bests Goals Game Season Assists Game Season Points Game Season

1, twice (Pittsburgh ‘09 & Seton Hall ‘10) 1, twice (2009 & 2010) 1, five times (MR: Pittsburgh ‘10) 4 (2010) 2, twice (Pittsburgh ‘09 & Seton Hall ‘10) 6 (2010)

Rose’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 Did Not Play 2009 13-2 1 1 3 10 1 2010 20-19 1 4 6 29 1 Totals 33-21 2 5 9 39 2

soccer program • career assist leader (37) and second-leading point total (99) during his high school career • led Severna Park to the regional championship and its first county championship since 1998 as a Senior • member of the Maryland ‘90 ODP team (2002-2007) that won the 2006 national co-championship and to the 2005 and 2006 Region 1 titles • traveled to Italy and Brazil with Maryland ODP • Region 1 ODP player • 2007 Annapolis Capital and Baltimore Sun Anne Arundel Player of the Year • Washington DC, Baltimore and Annapolis All-Met as a senior • a 2007 Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp all-star selection • played for Maccabi Tel Aviv select team from 1998-2001 during a U.S. Embassy posting • member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar • Top ScholarAthlete as a high school senior • born May 19, 1990 • son of Roger and Joni Rose • sister Ashleigh graduated from Stanford University • enrolled in the College of Engineering as a mechanical engineering major.

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CHRIS SUTTON

Senior Midfielder/Defender 6-1 • 185 Apple Valley, Minn. Shattuck-St. Mary’s

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2009, 2010

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Saw action in three games • made his collegiate debut in the season opener against No. 12 Akron • came off the bench for the Fighting Irish in wins over No. 5 USF (5-0) and Marquette (4-1). HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Member of the Minnesota state team and the regional team • member of the 2007 Region 2 regional team • 2007 adidas ESP participant • 2007 U.S. Club national finalist • helped his club team, Valley United Juventus, capture the Minnesota state title on three occasions and advance to the regional tournament • Shattuck Soccer team captain • 2004 rookie of

Sutton’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2008 3-0 0 0 0 1 0 2009 10-7 0 0 0 0 0 2010 19-17 0 0 0 20 0 Totals 32-24 0 0 0 21 0

the year for his Apple Valley High School soccer team • received the school’s Sportsmanship Award • has two siblings • born August 18, 1989 • son of Marc and MaryAnne Sutton • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major • carries a 3.502 cumulative GPA • has been named to the dean’s list multiple times.

Has played in 32 career matches, including 24 starts • figures to start in the central midfield • has earned two monograms • a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named to the dean’s list in the spring 2011 semester • can also play in the central defense • passes the ball well • suffered through injuries during his freshman campaign but still played in three games. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in 19 games, including 17 starts • attempted 20 shots • selected to the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic all-tournament team • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Appeared in 10 matches, including seven starts • earned his first career start in the season opener, a 5-0 triumph of Michigan • played all 90 minutes in five matches (Michigan, DePaul, Louisville, Cincinnati, Seton Hall) • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • received his first monogram.

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WILL WALSH

Senior Goalkeeper 6-3 • 190 Morristown, N.J. Delbarton

Figures to be the starter in goal for the Fighting Irish during the 2011 campaign • gained good experience during the 2010 campaign • has played in seven career games, all starts • boasts a 3-2-2 record with four shutouts • has a 0.54 goals-against average and a .875 save percentage • earned a monogram during his junior season • a very good athlete with great size and strength • a quick player with good feet. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played every minute in goal during the first seven games of the season • posted a 3-2-2 record with four shutouts and a 0.54 goals-against • registered a .875 save percentage • made 28 saves and surrendered just four goals • earned his first monogram • saw his first collegiate action when he started the season opener, a 1-0 loss to UCLA • made five saves against the Bruins • notched his first career shutout by making four saves in a scoreless draw against California • recorded another clean sheet in the next contest as he made three saves in a 2-0 triumph of Drake • saw his career-best scoreless streak of 357 minutes come to an

end with a goal in the 90th minute in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Irish • posted his third shutout of the season in a 0-0 tie against Michigan • made a careerhigh seven saves against the Wolverines • had five saves in a 2-0 setback to Michigan State • produced his fourth clean sheet in a 1-0 win over St. John’s • did not see time the rest of the season as fifth-year senior Philip Tuttle returned from injury. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Did not see game action. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Did not see game action • was named to the College Soccer News ‘100 freshmen to keep an eye on’ list prior to the season. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Starting goalkeeper as a sophomore at Delbarton • suffered an injury and missed his entire junior season • returned as a senior and

his team was a state semifinalist and conference champion • as a freshman, he posted a 21-1-0 record, including 15 shutouts and the squad won the Morris County Cup • member of the United States soccer national team

Walsh’s Career Bests Saves

Game 7 (Michigan ‘10) Season 28 (2010) Minutes Played Game 110:00, twice (California ‘10 & Michigan ‘10) Season 670:00 (2010) Shutout Streak Games 2 (California ‘10 - Drake ‘10) Minutes 357:00 (UCLA-Cal Poly ‘10)

Walsh’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS GA Min. GAA SV SO Rec. 2008 Did Not Play 2009 Did Not Play 2010 7-7 4 670:00 0.54 28 4 3-2-2 Totals 7-7 4 670:00 0.54 28 4 3-2-2

training camp in November of 2007 • U.S. national training select team at Nike friendlies in December of 2007 • four-year member of the Region I ODP • has traveled to Germany, Argentina, France and Italy among other places with his ODP squad • fiveyear member of the New Jersey ODP • in 2005-06 the team was a Region I finalist after being a semifinalist the previous year • member of the Parsippany Soccer Club of the Super Y League • invited to the Super Y national ODP camp in January of 2006 • selected to the all-league team from the 2007 Super Y finals • was the only goalkeeper selected to that squad • invited to the Super Y national ODP camp in January of 2008 • on the Parsippany U-17 Revolution team in 2007 that won the Jefferson Cup U-17 Premier White Division and the Potomac Cup U-17 Chesapeake Division • born April 3, 1990 • son of Mary Walsh • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a film, television and theatre major.

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RYAN FINLEY

Junior • Forward 6-0 • 180 Lumberton, N.J. Rancocas Valley/Duke

HONORS & AWARDS ACC Offensive Player of the Year - 2010 All-ACC First Team - 2010 NSCAA All-America Third Team - 2010 Soccer America MVP First Team - 2010 College Soccer News All-American - 2010 NSCAA All-South Region First Team - 2010 All-ACC Freshman Team - 2009 TopDrawerSoccer All-Rookie Team - 2009

Entering his first season with the Irish after transferring from Duke • tallied 64 points on 28 goals and eight assists during his two seasons with the Blue Devils • led Duke in scoring both of those seasons • the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Offensive Player of the Year • named to the 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-America third team • Irish coaching staff sees him playing the high forward position. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010 at Duke): Played in 18 games and started 17 • voted the ACC Offensive Player of the Year • earned AllACC first team honors • named to the NSCAA All-America third team • also garnered AllAmerica recognition from College Soccer News

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• voted to the Soccer America MVPs first team • earned NSCAA All-South Region first team recognition • led the ACC in goals (17) and points (37) • ranked first among all NCAA Division I players in goals per game (0.94) • was second nationally in points per game, fifth in total goals and sixth in total points • earned ACC Player of the Week honors on Sept. 14 after tallying four goals in two games • named to the College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer Teams of the Week on Nov. 1 after a hat trick against Virginia Tech • voted to the Duke/Nike Classic AllTournament Team • became first Blue Devil to register three hat tricks in a season • tied the Duke single-season goals record • 37 points rank tied for ninth on Duke’s single-season list • scored three goals in 4-1 win over Sacramento State • also had three tallies against George Washington and at Virginia Tech • scored at least one goal in nine games and had two-plus scores in five games • scored or assisted on 20 of Duke’s 34 goals. AS A FRESHMAN (2009 at Duke): Started all 21 matches for the Blue Devils • tallied a team-best 11 goals and led the squad with 27 points overall • voted to the NSCAA All-South Region second team • selected to the ACC All-Freshman and TopDrawerSoccer.com All-Rookie teams • played the fifth-most minutes on the team with 1,699 • registered four game-winning goals • scored the game-winning goal in a win over No. 2 Maryland to earn ACC Player of the Week and TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week recognition • posted a season-high two goals in win over UNC Greensboro • provided two assists in victory over Virginia Tech to earn a spot on the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week • All-ACC Academic Team.

Finley’s Career Bests Goals Game Season Assists Game Season Points Game Season

3, three times (MR: Virginia Tech ‘10) 17 (2010) 2 (Virginia Tech ‘09) 5 (2009) 7 (Virginia Tech ‘10) 37 (2010)

Finley’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A 2009* 21-21 11 5 2010* 18-17 17 3 Totals 39-38 28 8 * - at Duke

Pts Sh GW 27 71 4 37 100 6 64 171 10

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Named the Philadelphia Inquirer South Jersey player of the year • tallied 20 goals and six assists in leading Rancocas Valley High School to the state title as a senior • Spent his sophomore and junior seasons in Bradenton. Fla., for the U.S. Soccer under-17 residency program • a member of the U-17 U.S. National Team in 2006 • selected to the U-18 U.S. National Team • most recently competed in the Lisbon International Tournament with the under-18 team • named the Player of the Tournament in Spain that included teams such as Barcelona F.C. and Real Madrid • captured the Golden Boot in a Regional Team Tournament in Argentina • born March 27, 1991 • son of Terry and Debbie Finley • has one sister, Erin • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a sociology major.

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BOB NOVAK

Junior • Midfielder 5-6 • 145 Homer Glen, Ill. Lockport Township

Has played in two career games • gives valuable depth to the central midfield • has a good eye for the goal • hits the target and can penetrate well • possesses a great work ethic • a smart player. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in two games • saw time in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Fighting Irish • played in a 4-1 victory over Marquette.

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DANNY O’LEARY

Junior • Forward 5-11 • 165 Naperville, Ill. Neuqua Valley

Has competed in 12 career matches • earned a monogram during his sophomore season • will compete for time at the high forward position • a very good athlete who possesses a lot of speed • can also play in the wide area of the midfield • an exciting player. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in 12 matches • attempted one shot • saw 129 minutes of action on the field • made his collegiate debut in the season opener, a 1-0 setback to UCLA in the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • earned his first monogram.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Member of the Chicago Magic Soccer Club • named to TopDrawerSoccer.com’s ‘2009 Top 100 Men’ recruits • selected to Region II pool team as U-13, U-14 and U-15 • won ODP national championship with Team Illinois • two-time all-state midfielder • started on his varsity squad all four seasons at Lockport Township • Super Y-League U-15 national champion with the Magic • runner-up with the Magic at the United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) U-14 national championship • three-time Region II champion • born November 7, 1990 • son of Richard and Mary Fran Novak • enrolled in the College of Science as a science pre-professional (premed) major.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Region II ODP member • two-time Illinois ODP captain • 2007 ODP national champion • 2007 Region II ODP champion • 2007 Illinois State Cup champion • 2007 Dallas Cup quarterfinalist • 2006 Region II ODP champion • 2006 U.S. Club Soccer National Cup finalist • 2005 Region II ODP semifinalist • 2005 U.S. Youth Soccer Region II champion • 2005 Illinois State Cup champion • 2005 U.S. Club Soccer Midwest Regional League champion • ranked 24th on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s ‘2009 Top 100 Men’s recruits • two-time All-Star selection at Notre Dame soccer camp • top-10 percent of Nike’s National SPARQ rating • fouryear member of the ’91 Illinois State ODP squad • played for Chicago Fire Academy and Sockers FC Chicago Academy teams • twotime starter in football (wide receiver, kick-off returner) • older sister attends Notre Dame • born January 7, 1991 • son of Dan and Kathleen O’Leary • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an accounting major.

Novak’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2009 Did Not Play 2010 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 2-0 0 0 0 0 0

O’Leary’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2009 Did Not Play 2010 12-0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 12-0 0 0 0 1 0

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DILLON POWERS

Junior • Midfielder Captain 5-11 • 172 Plano, Texas Plano Senior

HONORS & AWARDS All-BIG EAST Second Team - 2010 BIG EAST All-Championship Team - 2010 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team - 2009 BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2009, 2010

A very talented player that will likely be a full-time starter for the second straight season • will serve as a team captain during his junior season • brings good leadership to the squad • plays centrally in the midfield • has played in 38 career games, including 24 starts • has tallied 17 points on four goals and nine assists • a twotime monogram recipient • received all-BIG EAST honors as a sophomore • a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • has experience with the U.S. U-18 and U-20 national teams. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Started all 20 matches • his career-high four goals ranked second among all Irish players, while he ranked in a tie for second on the team with a careerhigh 12 points • his four assists were tied for third on the team • selected to the all-BIG EAST second team • assisted on Notre Dame’s first goal in a 2-0 win over Drake in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • tallied a career-high three points on one goal and one assist in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Berticelli Tournament for the Irish • netted Notre Dame’s second goal (57th minute) and assisted on the final Irish tally against the Mustangs • named to the Berticelli all-tournament team • assisted on Notre Dame’s first goal in a 2-1 triumph of Providence • collected an assist in a 2-1 setback at West Virginia • put the Irish on the board in the third minute in a 4-1 besting of Marquette • deposited Notre Dame’s third goal (76th minute) in a 3-0 win

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over Georgetown • named to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team • netted the equalizer in the 74th minute against Dartmouth in the second round of the NCAA Championship, yet the Irish fell in overtime, 2-1 • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • collected his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2009): A valuable contributor to the squad during his rookie campaign • named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team • played in 18 games, including four starts • registered five points on five assists • attempted 26 shots • assisted on Notre Dame’s final goal in a 5-0 triumph of Michigan in the season opener • missed five games during the early portion of the season as he was competing with the United States Under-20 National Team and the U-20 World Cup in Egypt • played in two of the three U.S. matches at the World Cup • started the opening game, a 3-0 loss to Germany, and played the entire first half • in a 4-1 win over Cameroon, he entered the match in the 73rd minute and played the remainder of the contest • returned to the Fighting Irish in the

2-0 win at Marquette • assisted on Bright Dike’s golden goal in a 1-0 overtime victory at Providence • also assisted on Dike’s golden goal in a 2-1 overtime besting of Connecticut • collected an assist on the equalizer in the 83rd minute in a 2-2 tie with USF during the BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals (ND advanced in penalty kicks) • assisted on the game’s first goal in the 2-1 win over Green

Power’s Career Bests Goals Game 1, four times (MR: Dartmouth* ‘10) Season 4 (2010) Assists Game 1, nine times (MR: West Virginia ‘10) Season 5 (2009) Points Game 3 (Cal Poly ‘10) Season 12 (2010) * - NCAA Tournament

Power’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2009 18-4 0 5 5 26 0 2010 20-20 4 4 12 42 1 Totals 38-24 4 9 17 68 1

Bay in the first round of the NCAA Championship • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned a monogram. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Named the 2008-09 Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year • named the 2008-09 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Co-Player of the Year • member of the U.S. U-18 national team • 2010 Milk Cup Champion with U.S. Under-20 squad • named Milk Cup MVP as he helped U. S. to perfect 3-0 record • member of the United States U-20 National Team that played at the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt • a 2008 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American • an adidas ESP attendant • ranked as the No. 7 prospect on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s 2009 Top 100 Men’s recruits • U-17 national champion with Andromeda SC • played with the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP All-Star 91’s at the 2007 Disney Showcase • ODP state team (Region III) since 2003 • ODP regional team (Region III) since 2004 • 2007 sophomore of the year in District 9-5A • 2008 9-5A all-district first team • teammate of fellow Notre Dame recruit Grant Van De Casteele on Andromeda FC • born February 14, 1991 • son of Michael and Paula Powers • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a political science major • has a 3.298 cumulative GPA.

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ERIC TILLEY

Junior Midfielder/Defender 6-0 • 160 Albuquerque, N.M. Sandia

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2009, 2010

Provides depth to the Fighting Irish in the midfield • a well-rounded midfielder • has improved every season • a technically good player • will look to see time on the pitch during his junior campaign • a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Did not see game action • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

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KYLE RICHARD

Junior Midfielder/Forward 5-10 • 155 Louisville, Ky. Saint Xavier

Has played in 15 career matches • one assist • earned a monogram during his sophomore campaign • will be in the rotation in the wide area of the midfield • a good athlete with speed • makes good decisions • a versatile player who can play wide in the midfield or up front as a forward. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in 15 matches • totaled 427 minutes coming off the bench as a valuable asset for the Fighting Irish • earned his first monogram • registered an assist • made his collegiate debut in a scoreless draw against Cal in the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • assisted on Steven Perry’s game winner in the 85th minute in a 2-1 win over Providence.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Did not see game action • named BIG EAST Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Three-time first-team all-district selection • two-time 5A all-state first-team selection • one-time 5A all-state second-team pick • New Mexico ODP team 2005-2008 on the ’91 team • Region IV Camp 2005-2008 • Region IV ODP finalist in 2008 • two-time high school captain • New Mexico state cup finalist in 2006 and 2007 • New Mexico state cup champion 2009 • four-time scholar-athlete at Sandia High School • three-time letterwinner at Sandia High School in soccer • high school offensive player of the year • two-time high school sportsmanship award recipient • 2008 Notre Dame Elite Camp all-star • member of the National Honor Society • member of student government • two-time academic letter recipient • born August 20, 1991 • son of Jim and Trish Tilley • has an older sister, Alyx • enrolled in the College of Science as a science business major • carries a 3.031 cumulative GPA.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Member of the ODP Region II team (2008-09) • competed with ODP Region II squad during the Costa Rica tour • Kentucky ODP Team (2008-09) • 2008 Super Y League national team member • 2008 regional semifinalist • Notre Dame Elite soccer camp all-star selection in 2007 • MVP of the 2006 Tampa Bay Sun Bowl • team captured the ’06 Tampa Bay Sun Bowl • member of the United 1996 FC that won the Kentucky State Cup championship in 2007 and 2008 • 2006 Kick-It 3v3 national champion • U.S. Club Soccer regional champion • CASL Shootout champion in 2005 • three-year varsity starter at Saint Xavier • 2006 Region VI champion • Kentucky high school state champion in 2007 and 2008 • member of National Honor Society • born February 28, 1991 • son of Kay Richard • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major.

Tilley’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2009 Did Not Play 2010 Did Not Play

Richard’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2009 Did Not Play 2010 15-0 0 1 1 9 0 Totals 15-0 0 1 1 9 0

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GRANT VAN DE CASTEELE

Junior • Defender 6-2 • 165 Plano, Texas Frisco Centennial

HONORS & AWARDS NSCAA Scholar All-Region - Second Team - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star- 2009, 2010

Will figure to start in the central defense for the second straight season • missed a lot of the spring season with an injury • has played in 20 career matches, all starts • four points on two goals • collected a monogram during his sophomore season • a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named to the dean’s list in the spring 2011 semester • brings good height to the Notre Dame defensive unit • is good in the air and connects passes well. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Started every match in the central defense • helped the Irish defense post six shutouts • scored two goals • played the third-most minutes on the team (1,866) • earned his first monogram • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • made his collegiate debut in the season opener, a 1-0 loss to UCLA at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • deposited the team’s final goal in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament for the Fighting Irish • tallied the game winner in the 66th minute in a 2-1 triumph of Marquette in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • named to the College Soccer News Team of the Week for his efforts against the Golden Eagles.

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AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Did not see game action • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Played with Andromeda 91, now Andromeda U-18 Academy, for eight years • squad won the U.S. Youth Soccer (USYS) national championship in 2008 • team was USYS regional finalists in 2007 and Disney Showcase finalists in 2008 • team traveled to Sweden and England in 2006 where they were Manchester United Umbro Cup champions • North Texas State Cup champion along with being a finalist on three other occasions • named to TopDrawerSoccer.com’s 2009 Top 100 Men’s recruits • a teammate of fellow Irish recruit Dillon Powers on Andromeda SC • a threetime letterwinner at Frisco Centennial • varsity captain • named District Player of the Year in 2007 • team captured the 2007 district title • a National Merit Commended Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society • named Texas Scholar-Athlete • born May 10, 1991 • son of Mark and Barbara Van De

Van De Casteele’s Career Bests Goals Game 1, twice (Cal Poly ‘10 & Marquette^ ‘10) Season 2 (2010) Assists Game 0 Season 0 Points Game 2, twice (Cal Poly ‘10 & Marquette^ ‘10) Season 4 (2010) ^ - BIG EAST Tournament

Van De Casteele’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2009 Did Not Play 2010 20-20 2 0 4 9 1 Totals 20-20 2 0 4 9 1

Casteele • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major • boasts a 3.637 cumulative GPA.

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LEON BROWN

Sophomore • Forward 5-11 • 160 Mattapan, Mass. The Roxbury Latin School

Figures to make his collegiate debut during his sophomore campaign • coaching staff is very excited about his future following a solid spring season • gives quality depth to the Irish attacking corps at the drop forward position • can also play out wide • a goal scorer • a good all-around athlete.

# 19 KYLE CRAFT

Sophomore • Midfielder 5-10 • 145 Tulsa, Okla. Bishop Kelly

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: 2009-10 Gatorade Massachusetts Player of the Year • 2009 NSCAA All-Region-I New England • 2009 all-state • 2007, 2008 and 2009 Independent School League (ISL) allconference honors • 2009 ISL Offensive Player of the Year • 2009 ISL scoring leader with 17 goals and six assists • established the ISL freshman scoring record with 12 goals and two assists (the record previously was held by current U.S. National Team member Charlie Davies) • Roxbury Latin School career scoring record holder with 55 goals and 18 assists • led his high school team in scoring during all four of his seasons • former high school teammate of current Irish defender Aaron Maund • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

Will look to make his collegiate debut during his sophomore season • gives the Fighting Irish depth at the midfield position • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • coaching staff liked his improvement during his freshman campaign • a hard worker. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not see game action • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A 2008 Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp all-star • three-year varsity starter at Bishop Kelley High School • three-time all-district • second team all-metro selection as a junior • as a senior, earned all-state and first-team allmetro honors • team captain as a senior • team won state championships during his junior and senior seasons • member of the ‘92 Tulsa Nationals • son of Kathy and Joe Craft • two of his three siblings are Notre Dame graduates • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business • boasts a 3.533 cumulative GPA.

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ADAM LaPLACA

Sophomore • Goalkeeper 5-9 • 170 Glastonbury, Conn. Glastonbury

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

Provides good depth to the Notre Dame goalkeeping unit • played well in the spring season • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • was named to the dean’s list in the spring 2011 semester • a high school All-American • boasts a solid resume from his high school and club careers.

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CONNOR MILLER

Sophomore • Defender 6-0 • 175 Aurora, Ill. Benet Academy

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AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not play in a match • named a BIG EAST Academic AllStar. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: 2009 NSCAA/adidas Boys High School Scholar-Athlete of the Year • 2009 NSCAA/ adidas Boys High School All-America Team • 2008 and 2009 NSCAA All-Region-I New England • 2009 NSCAA/adidas Connecticut State Player of the Year • 2009 ESPN RISE Boys’ Soccer All-America first team • 2008 and 2009 CSCA all-state • 2007, 2008 and 2009 Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) all-conference and all-academic • 2009 Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) High School Player of the Year • CSCA Senior Bowl participant in 2009 • varsity captain of his high school squad during his senior season • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a psychology and sociology major • boasts a 3.700 cumulative GPA.

Gives the Irish depth in the defense • joined the Irish in the spring of 2011. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Joined the Notre Dame squad during the spring season. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A three-year varsity player at Benet Academy • team captain as a junior and senior • twotime all-conference selection (2008 & 2009) • all-area performer in 2008 • played club soccer with the Chicago Magic Academy from 2007-2010 • joined current Notre Dame play-

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ers Harrison Shipp and Bob Novak on the Chicago Magic Academy squad • the team placed fifth at the 2008 Developmental Academy Nationals • went to Switzerland in 2006 to play with Super Y National Team • member of the National Honor Society • graduated with honors • son of Bob and Emily Miller • has three siblings • sister, Brynne, is a junior at Notre Dame • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business • carries a 3.667 cumulative GPA.

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# 22 LUKE MISHU

Sophomore • Defender 6-0 • 165 Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville Catholic

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ANDREW O’MALLEY

Sophomore • Defender 6-0 • 180 West Chester, Pa. Salesianum School

Gives solid depth to the central defense • played well in the spring season • had outstanding high school and club careers • will look to find time on the field during his sophomore season. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not play in a match.

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

Will look to make his collegiate debut during his sophomore season • impressed the coaching staff with his play during the spring season • can play anywhere on the backline • a very good athlete who is strong and powerful • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2011 semester. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not see game action • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A 2009 NSCAA All-Region-III –South • threetime all-state and all-south selection • fivetime state champion • two-time team captain of KFC Liverpool • three-time all-district • three-time all-region • enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters • boasts a 3.706 cumulative GPA.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Two-time NSCAA/adidas Boys High School All-America Team (2008 & 2009) • 2008 & 2009 NSCAA All-Region-II (East) • 2009 ESPN RISE Boys’ Soccer All-America first team • two-time Delaware player of the year • threetime first-team all-state in high school • second-team all-conference (2006) • three-time Delaware state champion (2006, 2007, 2008) • four-year varsity starter • ODP: National Team U-13 to U-16 (played in Mexico) • Regional Team U-13 to U-16 (played in Spain) • FC Delco captain since U-13 • selected for Disney Soccer Showcase that played at Chelsea FC against international professional youth teams • trained for two weeks with Rangers FC (professional team in Scotland) • enrolled in the College of Engineering as a chemical engineering major.

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ALEX PRIEDE

Sophomore • Forward 5-9 • 155 Cincinnati, Ohio Summit Country Day

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

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HARRISON SHIPP

Sophomore • Forward 5-9 • 145 Lake Forest, Ill. Lake Forest

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST All-Rookie Team - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

Had a major impact on the Fighting Irish during his freshman season • figures to be a key fixture in the Irish attacking unit in 2011 • plays the drop forward position • 20 games played, including three starts • six assists, which were a team-high total in 2010 • named to the 2010 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team • earned a monogram as a freshman • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • named to the dean’s list for the spring 2011 semester. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): A valuable contributor during his rookie campaign • played in every match, including three starts, and registered a team-high six assists • selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team •

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Provides depth to the attacking unit, specifically at the high forward position • will look to see his first collegiate game action during his sophomore season • causes problems for the opponent with his speed • an enthusiastic player • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not play in a match • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: 2009 NSCAA Scholar All-American • 2009 ESPN Rise All-American • 2009 NSCAA AllRegion • 2009 first-team all-state • four-year starter on his varsity squad • scored 126 goals during his high school career • 2008 ODP Region II Team • 2006-2008 ODP state team • 2007, 2009 Disney Showcase Champion • 2008 S.U.M. Cup player with Crew Academy Team • all-star selection at Notre Dame soccer camp • member of the National Honor Society • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business • boasts a 3.434 cumulative GPA.

received a monogram • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • assisted on Notre Dame’s final tally in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament for the Irish • earned his first career start in the Marquette match and produced a threeassist performance against the Golden Eagles • assisted on the first three Irish goals, which all came in the first 30 minutes of the match, in the 4-1 win over Marquette • also started against Louisville (L, 0-2) and Seton Hall (W, 3-1) • collected an assist on Notre Dame’s first two goals in the victory at Seton Hall. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Ranked No. 19 on Top Drawer Soccer’s 2010 Top 100 Men’s Recruits list • 2008 adidas ESP camp attendee • 2008 Development Academy Midwest Starting XI • named 2009 all-area first team by the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, Pioneer Press • Region II ODP Team (2005-2007) • Region II ODP team made trips to Italy and Argentina • Illinois State ODP Team (2005-2007) • 2007 Illinois ODP team regional and national champions • three-year varsity starter in high school • tallied 32 goals and 27 assists during his high school career • two-time all-state selection • received All-Midwest honors on one occasion • member of the National Honor Society and Cum Laude Society • enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business • carries a 3.733 cumulative GPA.

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Shipp’s Career Bests Goals Game 0 Season 0 Assists Game 3 (Marquette ‘10) Season 6 (2010) Points Game 3 (Marquette ‘10) Season 6 (2010)

Shipp’s Career Statistics Year 2010

GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 20-3 0 6 6 35 0

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PATRICK WALL

Sophomore • Goalkeeper 5-11 • 160 Sugarland, Texas Strake Jesuit College Prep

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star - 2010

Gives quality depth to the Fighting Irish goalkeeping unit • coming off a solid spring campaign • had a great club and high school career • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not see game action • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

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NICK BESLER

Freshman • Midfielder/Defender 6-0 • 160 Overland Park, Kan. Blue Valley West

Can play in the central defense or as a defensive midfielder • had a stellar prep career • a high school All-American and Kansas player of the year • brings a lot of experience for a freshman from playing with his successful club team.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A prep All-American • member of the South Texas ODP for four years • plays for the Houston Dynamo U-18 club squad • won the Dallas Cup U19 with the Houston Dynamo (age-16) • part of the Region III pool for one year • played for the Eclipse Soccer Club from ages 8-17 • 2006 USYSNC state champion with the Eclipse 91 Black • made regional appearances with his Eclipse 91 Black squad in 2006 (quarterfinals) and 2009 (semifinals) • earned all-district honors in high school during his sophomore season as a defender and during his junior campaign as a goalkeeper • played in the field as a senior and copped first-team all-district, first-team allregion and first-team all-state accolades • academic all-state • named to Houston’s Best XI • selected to the state championship alltournament team • has taken several foreign trips with his club teams • enrolled in the College of Engineering as an aerospace engineering major • carries a 3.216 cumulative GPA. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: NSCAA All-American (2010) • NSCAA 2010 Kansas Player of the Year • ESPNRise.com 2010 fall All-America team • 2010 Kansas City Metro Player of the Year • two-time Eastern Kansas League Offensive Player of the Year (2009 & 2010) • four-year varsity letterwinner at Blue Valley West • as a senior, tallied a school-record 27 goals and also had nine assists • registered a school-record 47 career goals in addition to posting 24 assists • helped the 2010 team to a 20-1 record and the Kansas 6A state title • the 2010 team was ranked No. 12 nationally according to the NSCAA and ESPNRise.com Fab 50 • captained his high school squad during his senior campaign • five-time Kansas State Cup champion (2005-09, 2011) with his KCFC Rangers 92-93’ squad • five-time captain of his club team •

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U.S. Olympic Development Program Region II 93’ Regional Team in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and was the team captain in ‘09 and ‘10 • U.S. Youth Soccer Region II regional qualifier (2005-11) • U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Finalist in 2008 and Midwest Region League champion that same season • attended the Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp in 2008, 2009 and 2010 • selected to the Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp All-Star Team in 2009 • received the inaugural Kevin Gray Youth Player of the Year Award in August of 2011 • the award is presented to the top youth player in the Kansas City area • older brother Matt played at Notre Dame from 2006-09 and was an AllAmerican and an Academic All-American • Matt currently plays for Sporting Kansas City of Major League Soccer (MLS) • enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program.

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VINCE CICCIARELLI

Freshman • Forward 6-2 • 205 Peoria, Ill. Peoria Notre Dame

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ROBBY GALLEGOS

Freshman • Midfielder 5-9 • 140 Aptos, Calif. Bellarmine

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Coaching staff envisions him playing the high forward position • will compete for playing time during his rookie campaign • a high school All-American • brings good size to the Fighting Irish attacking unit. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: NSCAA All-American (2010) • first team ESPN Rise All-American (2010) • 2010 Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association (IHSSCA) Illinois Player of the Year • IHSSCA All-State (2009 & 2010) • ESPN RISE National Player of the Week (October 6, 2010) • Chicago Tribune First Team All-State (2010) • two-time Peoria Journal Star Player of the Year (2009 & 2010)

• three-time Peoria Journal Star First Team All-Area (2008-10) • four-time Mid-State 6 First Team All-Conference (2007-10) • member of SLSG Metro Academy U-17/18 (U.S. Development Academy) • four-year varsity starter at Peoria Notre Dame • tallied 96 goals and 51 assists during his prep career • high school squad reached No. 4 in the 2010 NSCAA national rankings • two-time Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Class 2A state champion (2008 & 2010) • 2009 state runnerup • enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program.

Gives depth to the midfield • a very good passer • coaching staff is excited about what he brings to the team • continues to get stronger. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Ranked as a top-20 regional player to watch in Northern California and Hawaii for the class of 2011 • started for the De Anza Force U18’s during his junior and senior seasons • he was unable to play for his high school team during his junior and senior years due to conflicts

with the U.S. Soccer Academy scheduling • played for his high school varsity squad (Bellarmine) as a sophomore • Bellarmine won the WCAL and CCS championships during his sophomore season • became a starter for the De Anza Force U16’s as a sophomore • as a freshman, he joined the Bellarmine freshman team in addition to playing with the De Anza Force U16’s • enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program.

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MAX LACHOWECKI

Freshman Midfielder/Forward 5-10 • 155 Evansville, Ind. Reitz Memorial

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BRENDAN LESCH

Freshman • Midfielder 6-0 • 175

Gives depth to the Irish in the wide areas of the midfield • a left-footed player • has good speed • is versatile and could also play the forward position or as a left-sided defender • will compete for time on the field during his freshman season • a high school All-American. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: NSCAA All-American (2010) • NSCAA/adidas High School All-Region IV (2009, 2010) • fouryear starter • led high school team in scoring his final three seasons • tallied 79 goals and 37 assists • three-time first-team all-state (2008-10) • ESPN Rise High School Top 40 Players to watch (2009 & 2010) • ESPN Rise Player of the Week (2009) • three-time

Academic All-State (2008-10) • two-time metro player of the year (2009 & 2010) • twotime state champion (2007 & 2008) • 2010 state finalist • invited to U15 Boys National Team training camp in 2007 • Region II ODP Boys 92 Team (2007, 2008, 2009) • the 2009 ODP squad played in Argentina • named to ODP Interregional Supergroup All-Star Teams in 2008 and 2009 • Indiana ODP 1992 state team (2006-09) • two-time ODP National Champions with Indiana ’92 (2008 & 2009) • Indiana State Cup champions in 2009 and 2010 with FC Evansville • played with the Indiana United Academy • enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program.

A very strong and competitive player • plays centrally in the midfield • coaching staff is excited about his potential • a high school All-American • was the player of the year in Connecticut. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: NSCAA All-American (2010) • 2010 Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA)

Connecticut High School Player of the Year • two time All-State and all New-England selection • four-year varsity starter • state championship tournament MVP • league championship tournament MVP • captain of high school squad during his senior season • enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program.

Westport, Conn. Staples

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The BIG EAST Conference The 2011-12 academic year is the 33rd in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2011-12 year marks the conference’s seventh straight with the same 16-member group, making for the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. The BIG EAST Conference’s goals have always been the same. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2010-11 year was no different. Seven BIG EAST student-athletes were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners, while 22 earned Capital One Academic All-America recognition. Maya Moore, Connecticut’s women’s basketball standout, won the NCAA HondaBroderick Cup as the nation’s top female studentathlete and was chosen as the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Connecticut men’s basketball team won its third national championship, completing a magical run through five games of the BIG EAST Championship and six wins in the NCAA tournament. The Villanova women’s cross country team won the NCAA title for the second straight year and the ninth time overall. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team won its third NCAA title, while BIG EAST teams reached national championship games in women’s basketball (Notre Dame) and men’s soccer (Louisville). The BIG EAST placed two teams in the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the second time in the last three years as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in Indianapolis, capping a season in which the Huskies extended their NCAA-record winning streak to 90 games. Individually, BIG EAST student-athletes won five NCAA championships, including an unprecedented four by Villanova’s Sheila Reid. Reid was the 2010 individual cross country champion, a member of the Wildcats’ winning indoor distance medley relay team and won the 5,000- and 1,500-meter titles in outdoor track & field. Louisville’s Matt Hughes, meanwhile, repeated as the NCAA champion in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA outdoor meet. Moore and Reid joined Notre Dame soccer standout Melissa Henderson as winners of Honda Sports Awards as the top performers in their respective sports. Moore also became the first three-time winner of the Wade Trophy as the nation’s top women’s basketball player and joined Villanova lacrosse player Brian Karalunas as winners of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Connecticut claimed the league’s Bowl Championship Series bid for the first time as the Huskies shared the conference title with Pittsburgh and West Virginia. Six of the league’s eight squads went to bowl games and helped the BIG EAST post a 4-2 bowl record for the second straight year. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new

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members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. When Texas Christian University joins the conference in the 2012-13 academic year, the conference will have a footprint in 30 percent of the nation’s television households. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 31 national championships in six different sports and 133 student-athletes have won individual national titles. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’0203, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won four of the last 13 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken seven of the last 12 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference currently crowns champions in 24 sports. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance.

While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. John Marinatto, who had served as senior associate commissioner, moved into the Commissioner’s chair in 2009 and has continued to steer the conference on its path of success. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past eight years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

Notre Dame BIG EAST Titles

Since joining the BIG EAST in 1995-96, Notre Dame has won more conference championships (111) than any other school in the league: Baseball (5) 2002-06 Women’s Cross Country (3) 2002, 2003, 2005 Men’s Cross Country (5) 1997, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2005 Women’s Golf (4) 2004, 2005, 2008, 2011 Men’s Golf (7) 1995-97, 2004-06, 2011 Women’s Lacrosse (1) 2009 Rowing (8) 2004-11 Women’s Soccer (11) 1995-2001, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 Men’s Soccer (2) 1996, 2003 Softball (6) 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009

Women’s Swimming and Diving (14) 1997-2010 Men’s Swimming and Diving (4) 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 Women’s Tennis (11) 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008-11 Men’s Tennis (7) 1996, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 Women’s Indoor Track & Field (2) 2002, 2006 Men’s Indoor Track & Field (4) 2003, 2005, 2007, 2010 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (1) 2007 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (7) 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008-10 Volleyball (9) 1995-1998, 2000-02, 2004, 2005

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The Irish celebrate one of their five goals in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the 2010 Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title.

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Season In Review Notre Dame Notches Another Successful Season Fighting Irish earn 10th straight trip to the NCAA Championship. BACK TO THE DANCE …

Notre Dame made its 10th straight NCAA Championship appearance in 2010. All 10 trips have come under the direction of head coach Bobby Clark. The Fighting Irish earned the tournament’s No. 9 seed. It marked the sixth time that Notre Dame has received one of the 16 national seeds and a first-round bye. The Irish fell to Dartmouth, 2-1, in overtime during the second round.

A DECADE OF CONSISTENCY …

Notre Dame’s streak of 10 straight NCAA Championship appearances ranks in a tie for fifth nationally. Virginia has the longest streak at 30 seasons, followed by UCLA (28), Indiana (24) and Connecticut (13). The Irish are tied with Maryland.

ALL-LEAGUE ACCOLADES …

Five Irish players garnered all-BIG EAST accolades. Headlining the honorees were first-team selections Jeb Brovsky, a senior midfielder, and Steven Perry, a senior forward. Junior defender Aaron Maund and sophomore midfielder Dillon Powers were named to the second team. Freshman forward Harrison Shipp was selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team.

ALL-REGION RECOGNITION …

Steven Perry and Aaron Maund earned 2010 All-Great Lakes Region honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Perry was a second-team pick, while Maund was named to the third team.

A SCHOLARLY EFFORT …

Jeb Brovsky and Steven Perry were named National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Americans. The Fighting Irish duo was among the 16-man team from the University Division.

A CLASS ACT …

Jeb Brovsky was named one of 10 finalists for the 2010 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award in the men’s soccer division. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence – classroom, character, community and competition. A media committee selected the finalists from a list of 30 candidates.

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Steven Perry led all BIG EAST players with 12 goals during the 2010 season.

PLAYING IN THE PROS …

Jeb Brovsky, Steven Perry and Bilal Duckett were selected in the 2011 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. The Vancouver Whitecaps FC picked Brovsky and Duckett, while the New England Revolution selected Perry. Brovsky was the first pick in the second round (19th overall selection) and Duckett, a defender, was the first pick in the third round (37th overall). Perry went two picks after Duckett in the third round. The San Jose Earthquakes selected Irish goalkeeper Philip Tuttle in the second round (33rd overall) of the 2011 MLS Supplemental Draft.

BERTICELLI CHAMPS …

Notre Dame captured the ninth annual Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title. The Fighting Irish defeated Drake (2-0) and Cal Poly (5-1) to win the tournament that is named in honor of the former Notre Dame coach. It marked the fourth time that the Irish won the event. Notre Dame also took home the crown in 2003, 2005 and 2008.

EARLY SEASON OFFENSE …

The five goals scored in the 5-1 win over Cal Poly (Sept. 12) marked the fourth time in the past five seasons that Notre Dame has

tallied five goals in one of its first four matches of the season. In 2009, the Irish bested Michigan 5-0 in the season opener. In 2008, Notre Dame topped USF 5-0 in the fourth game of the campaign. In the fourth contest of the 2006 season, the Fighting Irish bested Indiana 5-4 in overtime.

IRISH EXPLOSION …

The five goals scored in the second half against Cal Poly on Sept. 12 were the most goals scored in a single period by the Fighting Irish since they netted five in the first half during a 5-0 win over Villanova on Oct. 23, 2002. It marked the most goals scored in a second half since depositing seven in a 7-1 triumph of Western Michigan on Oct. 14, 1997.

PERRY PERFORMING …

Steven Perry led all BIG EAST players with 12 goals during the 2010 season, while his 28 points ranked in a tie for first in the league. Perry’s five game-winning goals were tied for first among all BIG EAST players. He had three two-goal games on the season. Perry’s goal (12), assist (4) and point totals (28) all were single-season careerbest numbers for the Oklahoma native. Notre Dame was 7-1-1 in 2010 when Perry netted a goal.

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MAUND MAKING A DIFFERENCE …

Junior central defender Aaron Maund was the only Notre Dame player to play every minute on the pitch during the 2010 season. He anchored the backline and helped the Irish produce a 0.91 goals-against average and limit opponents to 4.7 shots on goal per game. In addition, he tallied one goal and two assists. Maund has started all 59 matches in which he has played during his Irish career.

TAKING THEIR GAME TO TOYOTA …

Notre Dame faced Northwestern on Sept. 29 at Toyota Park, which is home to the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer (MLS). It marked Notre Dame’s first-ever game in an MLS venue. The Fighting Irish and Wildcats played to a 1-1 draw.

SHIPP GIVING A HELPING HAND (OR FOOT) …

Freshman forward Harrison Shipp tied for the team lead in assists with six. In his first career start, he assisted on Notre Dame’s first three goals of the game in a 4-1 win over Marquette (Oct. 13). Shipp dished out two assists in a 3-1 triumph of Seton Hall on Oct. 19.

DOUBLE DIGITS …

Head coach Bobby Clark has steered the Irish to a double-digit win total in each of his 10 seasons at Notre Dame.

HOME SWEET HOME …

Notre Dame was 8-2-1 at home during the 2010 season. That included a 6-0 mark against BIG EAST teams. The Irish out scored their opponents 23-9 in games played at Alumni Stadium.

SECOND HALF SUCCESS …

Notre Dame out-scored its opponents 20-10 in the second half during the 2010 campaign. The Fighting Irish were 6-2-4 when tied at halftime.

CAPTAIN KEEPER …

Fifth-year senior goalkeeper Philip Tuttle was Notre Dame’s lone captain for the 2010 campaign.

HOLDING THE LEAD …

The Fighting Irish were 9-0 in 2010 when they scored first. Notre Dame was 1-6-1 when its opponent netted the first goal.

DEFENSIVE CONSISTENCY …

The most goals surrendered by the Irish defense in a single match during the 2010 season was two, which occurred five times. It marked the first time since 2004 Notre Dame went through an entire season without allowing more than two goals in a game.

MILK CUP MVP …

Dillon Powers was named the MVP of the 2010 Milk Cup Tournament, which is an international youth soccer tournament held annually in Northern Ireland. Powers was part of the United States Under-20 National Team that captured the Milk Cup Elite Section title by posting a 3-0 record during the August tournament. He earned a start in two of the three matches.

LOSE THE SHOES …

At halftime of the Notre DameProvidence match on Oct. 3, the championship game of Notre Dame’s ‘Lose the Shoes’ tournament was held. The proceeds from the 3-on-3 barefoot soccer tournament benefited Grassroot Soccer, a South Africa-based non-governmental organization that integrates the cross-cultural appeal of soccer with evidence-based HIV prevention and life skills programs that arm African youth with the knowledge, skills, and support to live HIV free. Dr. Tommy Clark, the eldest son of Notre Dame head coach Bobby Clark, is a cofounder of Grassroot Soccer. In the fall of 2006, Dartmouth College held the first ever ‘Lose the Shoes’ tournament and since then, over 80 ‘Lose the Shoes’ tournaments have raised almost $150,000. Notre Dame held its first ‘Lose the Shoes’ tournament in 2009. The semifinals of the 2010 tournament were held at halftime of the Notre Dame-St. John’s women’s game on Oct. 3. The preliminary games of the tournament took place on Oct. 2 on Notre Dame’s South Quad.

A GREAT NIGHT FOR GRASSROOT …

Notre Dame held its annual exhibition game to benefit Grassroot Soccer on Aug. 23 against UIC. Over 2,000 fans packed into Alumni Stadium to watch the Irish defeat the Flames, 3-2. A grand total of $3,000 was raised for Grassroot Soccer, an international AIDS awareness and education organization that reaches youth in Africa through soccer clinics. A total of $1,000 worth of donations were received at the gate and during the match. Head coach Bobby Clark, whose son Tommy is the founder and CEO of the organization, and the Notre Dame men’s soccer camp donated $2,000.

CLARK IN THE CONFERENCE …

Head coach Bobby Clark has steered the Irish to a winning record within BIG EAST Conference play during all 10 of his seasons at Notre Dame. Clark has a 69-24-11 (.716) BIG EAST regular-season mark during his Notre Dame tenure, which began in 2001. His Irish teams have captured three regularseason BIG EAST titles (2004, 2007, 2008) and one BIG EAST tournament championship (2003).

TUTTLE RETURNS …

Fifth-year senior goalkeeper Philip Tuttle returned to the Fighting Irish lineup on Sept. 29 against Northwestern after missing the first seven games of the campaign with a knee injury he suffered while training during the summer with the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer. In addition to missing the first seven matches of this season, Tuttle did not play in Notre Dame’s final three contests of the 2009 season after breaking his thumb against Louisville in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.

CLEAN SHEETS …

Junior goalkeeper Will Walsh posted four shutouts in his seven starts during the 2010 season. Walsh saw a career-best scoreless streak of 357 minutes come to an end when Cal Poly scored with six seconds remaining in the 5-1 Irish victory on Sept. 12. Walsh had not seen game action prior to the 2010 campaign.

ALL OVER THE MAP ...

Notre Dame’s 29-man 2010 roster boasted student-athletes from 18 different states. The state represented the most on the Irish roster was Illinois, which is home to six Notre Dame players on the 2010 squad. Brendan King (Naperville), Greg Klazura (Rockford), Craig Krzyskowski (Western Springs), Bob Novak (Homer Glen), Danny O’Leary (Naperville) and Harrison Shipp (Lake Forest) all hail from the Prairie State. Next in line was Texas, which has supplied the Irish with four players.

ROOKIE RANKINGS …

Notre Dame’s 2010 freshman class was ranked ninth nationally according to College Soccer News. Leon Brown (F), Kyle Craft (M), Adam LaPlaca (GK), Luke Mishu (D), Andrew O’Malley (D), Alex Priede (F), Harrison Shipp (M/F) and Patrick Wall (GK) make up the stellar class.

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2010 Final Results 2010 University of Notre Dame Men’s Soccer

Record: 10-6-4 (Home: 8-2-1, Away: 2-2-2, Neutral: 0-2-1) BIG EAST: 6-2-1 (Home: 5-0-0, Away: 1-2-1) National Ranking Date ND Opponent

National Ranking Opp. Result Score

Sept. 3 18 vs. UCLA ! 5 L 0-1 Sept. 5 18 CALIFORNIA ! -- T 0-0 (2ot) Sept. 10 -- DRAKE ^ 22 W 2-0 Sept. 12 -- CAL POLY ^ -- W 5-1 Sept. 17 24 at Michigan -- T 0-0 (2ot) Sept. 19 24 MICHIGAN STATE 15 L 0-2 Sept. 25 -- ST. JOHN'S * 12 W 1-0 Sept. 29 -- vs. Northwestern @ -- T 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 3 -- PROVIDENCE * -- W 2-1 Oct. 6 22 at Indiana 20 W 2-1 Oct. 9 22 at West Virginia * -- L 1-2 Oct. 13 21 MARQUETTE * -- W 4-1 Oct. 16 21 at Louisville * 2 L 0-2 Oct. 19 -- at Seton Hall * -- W 3-1 Oct. 22 -- at Connecticut * 5 T 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 27 -- PITTSBURGH * -- W 3-2 Oct. 31 -- GEORGETOWN * 21 W 3-0 Nov. 6 12 MARQUETTE -- W 2-1 (BIG EAST Championship - Quarterfinal) Nov. 12 11 vs. Louisville 1 L 0-1 (BIG EAST Championship - Semifinal - Red Bull Arena - Harrison, N.J.) Nov. 21 9 DARTMOUTH -- L 1-2 (ot) (NCAA Championship - Round of 32)

Shots Corners ND-Opp ND-Opp 19-14 10-4 28-16 13-7 32-9 11-1 17-9 6-3 22-22 9-4 22-13 7-6 18-7 7-6 30-16 5-6 10-13 5-10 8-11 5-8 10-6 8-6 12-12 4-7 10-26 5-6 18-20 5-11 16-17 4-5 27-11 12-4 12-4 4-0 25-11 8-6 11-15

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25-22

15-7

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Goals By Period Overall 1 2 OT OT2 Total BIG EAST 1 2 OT OT2 Total Notre Dame 10 20 0 0 30 Notre Dame 7 10 0 0 17 Opponents 8 10 1 0 19 Opponents 5 4 0 0 9

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2010 Statistics/Honors & Awards Player Steven Perry Dillon Powers Brendan King Jeb Brovsky Michael Rose Harrison Shipp Adam Mena Grant Van De Casteele Aaron Maund Greg Klazura Kyle Richard Chris Sutton Bilal Duckett Andrew Luttrell Danny O'Leary Craig Krzyskowski Bob Novak Michael Knapp Sean McGrath Notre Dame Opponents

Overall G-GS G A Pts. Shots 20-20 12 4 28 73 20-20 4 4 12 42 20-20 3 6 12 58 20-20 4 1 9 46 20-19 1 4 6 29 20-3 0 6 6 35 20-1 2 0 4 15 20-20 2 0 4 9 20-20 1 2 4 13 20-20 1 1 3 12 15-0 0 1 1 9 19-17 0 0 0 20 20-20 0 0 0 7 6-0 0 0 0 2 12-0 0 0 0 1 2-0 0 0 0 0 2-0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 20 30 29 89 372 20 19 12 50 274

BIG EAST Career (BIG EAST) G-GS G A Pts. Shots G A Pts. 9-9 9 1 19 30 15 (10) 8 (3) 38 (23) 9-9 2 2 6 12 4 (2) 9 (4) 17 (8) 9-9 2 3 7 25 5 (4) 12 (6) 22 (14) 9-9 2 0 4 13 15 (9) 12 (4) 42 (22) 9-8 1 2 4 9 2 (2) 5 (3) 9 (7) 9-3 0 5 5 14 0 (0) 6 (5) 6 (5) 9-1 1 0 2 7 3 (1) 0 (0) 6 (2) 9-9 0 0 0 1 2 (0) 0 (0) 4 (0) 9-9 0 1 1 6 2 (0) 3 (1) 7 (1) 9-9 0 1 1 4 1 (0) 1 (1) 3 (1) 8-0 0 1 1 6 0 (0) 1 (1) 1 (1) 8-6 0 0 0 2 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 9-9 0 0 0 3 1 (1) 0 (0) 2 (2) 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 5-0 0 0 0 1 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 9 17 16 50 133 9 9 5 23 116

Game Winning Goals: Steven Perry 5, Dillon Powers 1, Brendan King 1, Michael Rose 1, Adam Mena 1, Grant Van De Casteele 1

BIG EAST Game Winning Goals: Steven Perry 4, Brendan King 1, Michael Rose 1

Corner Kicks: Notre Dame 147, Opponents 110 BIG EAST Corner Kicks: Notre Dame 54, Opponents 55 Notre Dame 212, Opponents 194 BIG EAST Fouls: Notre Dame 92, Opponents 95 Fouls: GOALKEEPER STATS CAREER STATS Player G-GS Min. GA GAA Saves ShO Record Min. GA GAA Saves ShO Record Philip Tuttle 13-13 1219:14 15 1.11 44 2 7-4-2 2847:15 31 0.98 89 9 16-10-4 BIG EAST 8-8 740:00 9 1.09 25 2 5-2-1 1601:23 14 0.79 45 6 12-4-1 Will Walsh 7-7 670:00 4 0.54 28 4 3-2-2 670:00 4 0.54 28 4 3-2-2 BIG  EAST 1-1 90:00 0 0.00 0 1 1-0-0 90:00 0 0.00 0 1 1-0-0 Notre Dame 20 1889:14 19 0.91 75 6 10-6-4 BIG EAST 9 830:00 9 0.98 26 3 6-2-1 Opponents 20 1889:14 30 1.43 118 7 6-10-4 BIG EAST 9 830:00 17 1.84 39 2 2-6-1

2010 Honors & Awards Jeb Brovsky •  Sr. •  M/F • All-BIG EAST (first team) • BIG EAST All-Championship Team • Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Finalist • Mike Berticelli All-Tournament Team • NSCAA Scholar All-American • BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award • MLS SuperDraft Pick - Vancouver Whitecaps FC (second round) Kyle Craft •  Fr. •  M • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Bilal Duckett •  Sr. •  D • MLS SuperDraft Pick - Vancouver Whitecaps FC (third round) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Brendan King •  Jr. •  M • College Soccer News Team of the Week (Nov. 1) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Greg Klazura •  Sr. •  D • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Michael Knapp •  Jr. •  D • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Craig Krzyskowski •  Sr. •  D • Notre Dame Spirit Award • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Adam LaPlaca •  Fr. •  GK • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Andrew Luttrell •  Sr. •  M/F • Notre Dame Spirit Award • BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Aaron Maund •  Jr. •  D • All-BIG EAST (second team) • NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region (third team) • BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 27) • Mike Berticelli Tournament Defensive MVP • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Sept. 13) Sean McGrath •  Jr. •  D • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Adam Mena •  Jr. •  M • Rockne Scholar-Athlete Award • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Luke Mishu •  Fr. •  D • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Steven Perry •  Sr. •  F • All-BIG EAST (first team) • NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region (second team) • Monogram Club Team MVP • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Oct. 11 & Nov. 1) • Mike Berticelli Tournament Offensive MVP • TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week (Sept. 13 & Nov. 1) • NSCAA Scholar All-American • MLS SuperDraft Pick - New England Revolution (third round) Dillon Powers •  So. •  M • All-BIG EAST (second team) • BIG EAST All-Championship Team • Mike Berticelli All-Tournament Team • BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Alex Priede •  Fr. •  F • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Michael Rose •  Jr. •  M/F • adidas/IU Credit Union Classic All-Tournament Team Harrison Shipp •  Fr. •  F • BIG EAST All-Rookie Team • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Chris Sutton •  Jr. •  M/D • adidas/IU Credit Union Classic All-Tournament Team • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Eric Tilley •  So. •  M/D • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Philip Tuttle •  Sr. •  GK • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Oct. 25) • MLS Supplemental Draft Pick - San Jose Earthquakes (second round) Grant Van De Casteele •  So. •  D • College Soccer News Team of the Week (Nov. 8) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star Patrick Wall •  Fr. •  GK • BIG EAST Academic All-Star

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2010 BIG EAST Results 2010 BIG EAST All-Conference Teams All-BIG EAST First Team Carlos Alvarez, MF, Connecticut Austin Berry, D, Louisville Jeb Brovsky, MF, Notre Dame *Tony Cascio, F, Connecticut Ian Christianson, MF, Georgetown Nick DeLeon, MF, Louisville Josh Ford, GK, Connecticut Matt Marcin, MF, Providence *Steven Perry, F, Notre Dame Colin Rolfe, F, Louisville Tadeu Terra, MF, St. John’s * - unanimous selection All-BIG EAST Second Team Antonio Aguilar, MF, DePaul Bernardo Anor, MF, USF Matt Bahner, MF, Cincinnati Stephane Diop, MF, Connecticut Raymon Gaddis, D, West Virginia Zach Johnson, GK, West Virginia Calum Mallace, MF, Marquette Dylan Mares, MF, Louisville Brayan Martinez, MF, Seton Hall Aaron Maund, D, Notre Dame Javed Mohammed, D, USF Steve Neumann, MF, Georgetown Dillon Powers, MF, Notre Dame Abel Sebele, MF, West Virginia ^additional players due to point total ties All-BIG EAST Third Team Jeff Attinella, GK, USF Paolo DelPiccolo, MF, Louisville Greg King, D, Connecticut Connor Lade, D, St. John’s Alex Mangan, F, DePaul Leston Paul, MF, USF Dylan Renna, F, Villanova Yannick Salmon, MF, Rutgers Jossimar Sanchez, MF, Connecticut Dom Sarle, F, St. John’s Eric Schoenle, D, West Virginia Hasani Sinclair, F, USF Kenney Walker, MF, Louisville Matt Williams, GK, Cincinnati ^additional players due to point total ties All-Rookie Team Rafael Diaz, GK, St. John’s Joey Dillon, MF, Georgetown Mamadou Diouf, F, Connecticut Andrew Jean-Baptiste, D, Connecticut Dylan Mares, MF, Louisville Steve Neumann, MF/F, Georgetown Leston Paul, MF, USF Dylan Renna, F, Villanova Dom Sarle, F, St. John’s Joseph Schmid, MF, Villanova Harrison Shipp, F, Notre Dame

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2010 Final Standings BIG EAST Overall Blue Division Team W L T Pts. W L 1. Georgetown# 7 2 0 21 12 6 2. NOTRE DAME 6 2 1 19 10 6 3. Connecticut 5 1 3 18 12 2 4. West Virginia 5 4 0 15 11 8 5. Providence 4 4 1 13 13 6 6. Marquette 3 4 2 11 7 8 7. Pittsburgh 1 6 2 5 6 9 8. Seton Hall 1 8 0 3 3 13 Red Division Team W L T Pts. W L 1. Louisville#* 9 0 0 27 20 1 2. Cincinnati 5 1 3 18 7 5 3t. St. John's 4 3 2 14 10 6 3t. USF 4 3 2 14 9 7 3t. Villanova 4 3 2 14 8 8 6. DePaul 1 5 3 6 4 10 7. Syracuse 0 6 3 3 2 10 8. Rutgers 1 8 0 3 4 11

T 2 4 6 2 3 4 2 1 T 3 7 2 4 3 5 5 1

# - Regular Season Champion; * - BIG EAST Tournament Champion

2010 BIG EAST Regular Season Honors Offensive Player of the Year: Tony Cascio, Connecticut, Jr., F Midfielder of the Year: Ian Christianson, Georgetown, So., M Defensive Player of the Year: Austin Berry, Louisville, R-Jr., D Goalkeeper of the Year: Josh Ford, Connecticut, Sr.

Rookie of the Year: Dylan Mares, Louisville, Fr., M Coaching Staffs of the Year: Georgetown Louisville BIG EAST Fair Play Award: St. John’s

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2010 BIG EAST Weekly Awards

Final BIG EAST Individual Statistics

Offensive Player of the Week

Point Leaders (All Games) Rank, Name, School Games Goals 1t. Steven Perry, Notre Dame 20 12 Steve Neumann, Georgetown 20 10 3. Tony Cascio, Connecticut 19 10 4. Colin Rolfe, Louisville 24 9 5. Matt Marcin, Providence 22 10 Goal Leaders (All Games) Rank, Name, School 1. Steven Perry, Notre Dame 2t. Tony Cascio, Connecticut Steve Neumann, Georgetown Matt Marcin, Providence 5t. Franck Tayou, West Virginia Colin Rolfe, Louisville

Assists Points 4 28 8 28 6 26 7 25 4 24

Games 20 19 20 22 21 24

Goals 12 10 10 10 9 9

Goals-Against Average Leaders (All Games) Rank, Name, School Games 1. Josh Ford, Connecticut 20 2. Will Walsh, Notre Dame 7 3. Matt Williams, Cincinnati 19 4. Andre Boudreaux, Louisville 24 5. Rafael Diaz, St. John's 18

Minutes 1860:55 670:00 1850:00 2255:53 1616:03

Saves GA/Avg. 61 0.34 28 0.54 68 0.68 63 0.76 74 0.84

SO 10 4 9 8 8

Point Leaders (Conference Games Only) Rank, Name, School 1. Steven Perry, Notre Dame 2. Steve Neumann, Georgetown 3. Tony Cascio, Connecticut 4. Matt Bahner, Cincinnati 5t. Dylan Mares, Louisville Abel Sebele, West Virginia

Games 9 9 9 9 8 9

Goals 9 7 7 4 5 4

Assists Points 1 19 3 17 2 16 5 13 1 11 3 11

Goal Leaders (Conference Games Only) Rank, Name, School 1. Steven Perry, Notre Dame 2t. Tony Cascio, Connecticut Steve Neumann, Georgetown 4. Dylan Mares, Louisville 5t. Five tied with 4

Games 9 9 9 8

Goals-Against Average Leaders Rank, Name, School 1. Josh Ford, Connecticut 2. Rafael Diaz, St. John's 3. Matt Williams, Cincinnati 4. Andre Boudreaux, Louisville 5. Zach Johnson, West Virginia

Games 9 9 9 9 9

Goals 9 7 7 5

(Conference Games Only)

Minutes 848:33 857:06 870:00 843:14 813:59

GA/Avg. 0.21 0.53 0.62 0.85 0.88

SO 5 6 5 2 3

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1

Uche Onyeador, Georgetown, Jr., F Stephane Diop, Connecticut, So., M Bernardo Anor, USF, Jr., M Tony Cascio, Connecticut, Jr., M Dylan Mares, Louisville, Fr., M Tony Cascio, Connecticut, Jr., M Jose Colchao, Georgetown, Sr., F Nick DeLeon, Louisville, Jr., M Colin Rolfe, Louisville, Jr., F

Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1

Austin Berry, Louisville, Jr., D J.T. Murray, Louisville, Sr., D Kyle Hoffer, St. John’s, Sr., D Aaron Maund, Notre Dame, Jr., D Javed Mohammed, USF, Sr., M Robert Brickley, Connecticut, Sr., D Connor Lade, St. John’s, Jr., D Connor Lade, St. John’s, Jr., D Kyle Hoffer, St. John’s, Sr., D

Goalkeeper of the Week Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1

Matthew Brutto, Georgetown, Sr. Jeff Attinella, USF, Sr. Josh Ford, Connecticut, Sr. David Check, Marquette, So. David Check, Marquette, So. Jeff Attinella, USF, Sr. Jeff Attinella, USF, Sr. Matt Williams, Cincinnati, Sr. Rafael Diaz, St. John’s, R-Fr.

Rookie of the Week Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1

Mamadou Doudou Diouf, Connecticut, F Dom Sarle, St. John’s, F Dylan Renna, Villanova, F Dylan Mares, Louisville, M Alex Hadley, Cincinnati, D Steve Neumann, Georgetown, F Steve Neumann, Georgetown, F Dylan Mares, Louisville, M Ray De Leon, DePaul, M

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GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

Sept. 3, 2010 Bill Armstrong Stadium • Bloomington, Ind. adidas/IU Credit Union Classic

Sept. 5, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. adidas/IU Credit Union Classic

Sept. 10, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament

1 2 F #5 UCLA 1 0 - 1 #18 Notre Dame 0 0 - 0 Scoring: UCLA: Ryan Hollingshead (Kelyn Rowe) 22:54 Goalkeepers: UCLA: Brian Rowe - 90:00 - 0 ga - 7 svs - W; ND: Will Walsh - 90:00 - 1 ga - 5 svs - L UCLA ND Shots 14 19 Corner Kicks 4 10 Saves 7 5 Fouls 10 9 Offsides 2 4

1 2 OT OT2 F California 0 0 0 0 - 0 #18 Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 - 0 Scoring: None Goalkeepers: CAL: David Bingham - 110:00 - 0 ga - 9 svs - T; ND: Will Walsh - 110:00 - 0 ga - 4 svs - T CAL ND Shots 16 28 Corner Kicks 7 13 Saves 9 4 Fouls 10 14 Offsides 4 1

1 2 F #22 Drake 0 0 - 0 Notre Dame 1 1 - 2 Scoring: ND: Steven Perry (Michael Rose, Dillon Powers) 26:52; ND: Steven Perry (unassisted) 77:24 Goalkeepers: DU: Jordan Kadlec - 90:00 - 2 ga - 9 svs - L; ND: Will Walsh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 3 svs - W DU ND Shots 9 32 Corner Kicks 1 11 Saves 9 3 Fouls 4 5 Offsides 1 1

GAME 4

Sept. 12, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament

1 2 F Cal Poly 0 1 - 1 Notre Dame 0 5 - 5 Scoring: ND: Aaron Maund (Brendan King) 50:04; ND: Dillon Powers (Jeb Brovsky) 56:25; ND: Brendan King (unassisted) 61:18; ND: Greg Klazura (unassisted) 70:57; ND: Grant Van De Casteele (Dillon Powers, Harrison Shipp) 73:25; CP: Cameron Walters (unassisted) 89:54 Goalkeepers: CP: Chris Violas - 90:00 - 5 ga - 2 svs - L; ND: Will Walsh - 90:00 - 1 ga - 4 svs - W CP ND Shots 9 17 Corner Kicks 3 6 Saves 2 4 Fouls 8 11 Offsides 3 3

GAME 7

GAME 5

GAME 6

Sept. 17, 2010 U-M Soccer Complex • Ann Arbor, Mich.

Sept. 19, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 OT OT2 F #24 Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 - 0 Michigan 0 0 0 0 - 0 Scoring: None Goalkeepers: ND: Will Walsh - 7 SV, 0 GA, 110:00, T UM: Chris Blais – 7 SV, 0 GA, 110:00, T ND UM Shots 22 22 Corner Kicks 9 4 Saves 7 7 Fouls 14 12 Offsides 2 4

1 2 F #15 Michigan State 1 1 - 2 #24 Notre Dame 0 0 - 0 Scoring: MSU: Domenic Barone (Josh Barens, Cyrus Saydee) 39:30; MSU: Domenic Barone (Cyrus Saydee) 83:49 Goalkeepers: MSU: Avery Steinlage - 6 SV, 0 GA, 90:00, W; ND: Will Walsh – 5 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, L MSU ND Shots 13 22 Corner Kicks 6 7 Saves 6 5 Fouls 11 19 Offsides 2 2

GAME 8

GAME 9

Sept. 25, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

Sept. 29, 2010 Toyota Park • Bridgeview, Ill.

Oct. 3, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 F #12 St. John’s 0 0 - 0 Notre Dame 0 1 - 1 Scoring: ND: Steven Perry (unassisted) 69:14 Goalkeepers: SJ: Rafael Diaz - 8 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, L ND: Will Walsh – 0 SV, 0 GA, 90:00, W SJ ND Shots 7 18 Corner Kicks 6 7 Saves 8 0 Fouls 7 9 Offsides 2 0

1 2 OT OT2 F Northwestern 0 1 0 0 - 1 Notre Dame 0 1 0 0 - 1 Scoring: NU: Matt Eliason (unassistsed) 47:20; ND: Steven Perry (Michael Rose) 78:02 Goalkeepers: NU: Drew Kotler - 11 SV, 1 GA, 110:00, T; ND: Philip Tuttle – 4 SV, 1 GA, 110:00, T NU ND Shots 16 30 Corner Kicks 6 5 Saves 11 4 Fouls 6 14 Offsides 1 1

1 2 F Providence 1 0 - 1 Notre Dame 1 1 - 2 Scoring: ND: Jeb Brovsky (Dillon Powers) 11:51; PC: own goal 15:00; ND: Steven Perry (Kyle Richard) 84:43 Goalkeepers: PC: Jhojan Obando - 3 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, L; ND: Philip Tuttle – 4 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, W PC ND Shots 13 10 Corner Kicks 10 5 Saves 3 4 Fouls 9 12 Offsides 2 3

GAME 10

GAME 11

GAME 12

Oct. 6, 2010 Bill Armstrong Stadium • Bloomington, Ind.

Oct. 9, 2010 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium • Morgantown, W. Va.

1 2 F #22 Notre Dame 1 1 - 2 #20 Indiana 1 0 - 1 Scoring: ND: Jeb Brovsky (Steven Perry) 13:45; IU: Will Bruin (Andy Adlard) 23:17; ND: Adam Mena (Steven Perry) 79:44 Goalkeepers: ND: Philip Tuttle - 2 SV (1 team save), 1 GA, 90:00, W; IU: Luis Soffner – 1 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, L ND IU Shots 8 11 Corner Kicks 5 8 Saves 3 1 Fouls 14 3 Offsides 1 0

1 2 F #22 Notre Dame 0 1 - 1 West Virginia 2 0 - 2 Scoring: WV: Abel Sebele (penalty kick) 11:57; WV: Franck Tayou (Raymon Gaddis) 20:30; ND: Steven Perry (Dillon Powers) 82:57 Goalkeepers: ND: Philip Tuttle - 1 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, L WV: Zach Johnson – 4 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, W ND WV Shots 10 6 Corner Kicks 8 6 Saves 1 4 Fouls 7 18 Offsides 2 0

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Oct. 13, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 F Marquette 0 1 - 1 #21 Notre Dame 3 1 - 4 Scoring: ND: Dillon Powers (Harrison Shipp) 2:10; ND: Steven Perry (Michael Rose, Harrison Shipp) 10:54; ND: Adam Mena (Harrison Shipp) 29:31; MU: Chris Madsen (Calum Mallace) 55:06; ND: Steven Perry (unassisted) 61:54 Goalkeepers: MU: David Check - 2 SV, 4 GA, 65:14, L; Keenan Flynn – 1 SV, 0 GA, 24:46; ND: Philip Tuttle – 4 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, W MU ND Shots 12 12 Corner Kicks 7 4 Saves 3 4 Fouls 7 11 Offsides 6 2

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GAME 14

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Oct. 16, 2010 Cardinal Park • Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 19, 2010 Owen T. Carroll Field • South Orange, N.J.

Oct. 22, 2010 Joseph J. Morrone Stadium • Storrs, Conn.

1 2 F #21 Notre Dame 0 0 - 0 #2 Louisville 0 2 - 2 Scoring: UL: Dylan Mares (Colin Rolfe) 54:15; UL: Nick DeLeon (unassisted) 83:41 Goalkeepers: ND: Philip Tuttle - 4 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, L; UL: Andre Boudreaux – 4 SV, 0 GA, 90:00, W ND UL Shots 10 26 Corner Kicks 5 6 Saves 4 4 Fouls 12 13 Offsides 4 2

1 2 F Notre Dame 1 2 - 3 Seton Hall 0 1 - 1 Scoring: ND: Steven Perry (Harrison Shipp) 20:21; ND: Michael Rose (Harrison Shipp) 55:35; ND: Brendan King (Steven Perry) 58:10; SH: Brayan Martinez (Steven Rose) 74:25 Goalkeepers: ND: Philip Tuttle - 4 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, W; SH: Michael Kuzan – 4 SV, 3 GA, 90:00, L ND SH Shots 18 20 Corner Kicks 5 11 Saves 5 6 Fouls 9 18 Offsides 3 2

1 2 OT OT2 F Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 - 0 #5 Connecticut 0 0 0 0 - 0 Scoring: None Goalkeepers: ND: Philip Tuttle - 5 SV, 0 GA, 110:00, T; UC: Josh Ford – 6 SV, 0 GA, 100:00, T ND UC Shots 16 17 Corner Kicks 4 5 Saves 5 6 Fouls 14 6 Offsides 0 4

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GAME 17

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Oct. 27, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

Oct. 31, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 F Pittsburgh 2 0 - 2 Notre Dame 2 1 - 3 Scoring: UP: Alex Harrison (Ryan Brode) 23:15; ND: Steven Perry (Greg Klazura) 23:34; ND: Jeb Brovsky (penalty kick) 27:00; UP: own goal 44:27; ND: Brendan King (Michael Rose) 89:00 Goalkeepers: UP: Matt Aberegg – 5 SV, 3 GA, 90:00, L ND: Philip Tuttle – 3 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, W UP ND Shots 11 27 Corner Kicks 4 12 Saves 5 3 Fouls 7 3 Offsides 1 0

1 2 F #21 Georgetown 0 0 - 0 Notre Dame 0 3 - 3 Scoring: ND: Steven Perry (Brendan King) 54:58; ND: Steven Perry (Brendan King) 56:55; ND: Dillon Powers (Brendan King, Aaron Maund) 75:15 Goalkeepers: GU: Matthew Brutto – 0 SV, 3 GA, 90:00, L ND: Philip Tuttle – 0 SV, 0 GA, 90:00, W GU ND Shots 4 12 Corner Kicks 0 4 Saves 0 0 Fouls 10 15 Offsides 2 2

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Nov. 12, 2010 Red Bull Arena • Harrison, N.J. BIG EAST Championship Semifinal 1 2 F #11 Notre Dame 0 0 - 0 #1 Louisville 0 1 - 1 Scoring: UL: J.T. Murray (unassisted) 53:55 Goalkeepers: ND: Philip Tuttle - 4 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, L UL: Andre Boudreaux – 5 SV, 0 GA, 90:00, W ND UL Shots 11 15 Corner Kicks 4 3 Saves 4 5 Fouls 6 9 Offsides 7 4

Nov. 6, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinal 1 2 F Marquette 0 1 - 1 #12 Notre Dame 1 1 - 2 Scoring: ND: Jeb Brovsky (Brendan King, Aaron Maund) 7:20; MU: Bryan Ciesiulka (Hector Navarro) 52:49; ND: Grant Van De Casteele (Brendan King) 65:34 Goalkeepers: MU: David Check - 10 SV, 2 GA, 90:00, L; ND: Philip Tuttle – 1 SV, 1 GA, 90:00, W MU ND Shots 11 25 Corner Kicks 6 8 Saves 10 1 Fouls 16 5 Offsides 1 1

Nov. 21, 2010 Alumni Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. NCAA Championship Second Round

1 2 OT F Dartmouth 0 1 1 - 2 #9 Notre Dame 0 1 0 - 1 Scoring: DC: Andrew Olsen (unassisted) 64:18; ND: Dillon Powers (Steven Perry) 73:11; DC: Andrew Olsen (Austin Bowers) 99:14 Goalkeepers: DC: Lyman Missimer - 12 SV, 1 GA, 99:14, W; ND: Philip Tuttle – 8 SV, 2 GA, 99:14, L (one team save) DC ND Shots 22 25 Corner Kicks 7 15 Saves 12 9 Fouls 10 9 Offsides 6 0

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Graduated Letterwinners

#5

JEB BROVSKY

Class of 2011 Forward/Midfielder 6-1 • 170 Lakewood, Colo. Green Mountain

HONORS & AWARDS All-BIG EAST First Team - 2010 All-BIG EAST Third Team - 2008 & 2009 All-BIG EAST Championship Team 2008, 2009, 2010 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Finalist - 2010 NSCAA Scholar All-American - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award - 2010 MLS SuperDraft Pick - Vancouver Whitecaps

A three-time all-BIG EAST honoree • earned four monograms • appeared in 87 games, including 60 starts • 42 points on 15 goals and 12 assists • four-time BIG EAST Academic AllStar • NSCAA Scholar All-American • named to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team three times • selected by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the second round of the 2011 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. AS A SENIOR: Started all 20 matches • earned first-team all-BIG EAST accolades • received the BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award • a Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award finalist • an NSCAA Scholar All-American • tied for second on the team with four goals • one assist • collected an assist in the 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Irish • earned a spot on the Berticelli all-tournament team • gave the Irish 1-0 leads in back-to-back 2-1 victories against Providence and Indiana • gave the Irish a 2-1 lead in the 28th minute in a 3-2 triumph of Pittsburgh • put the Irish on the board in the eighth minute during a 2-1 besting of Marquette in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • named to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team • garnered his fourth monogram. AS A JUNIOR: Named to the all-BIG EAST third team • played in 22 games, including 15 starts • third on the team in goals (4) and points (12) • his four assists were tied for second among all Irish players • two game-winning goals • his 52 shots were the second-most on the team • scored the first goal in the new Alumni Stadium as he put the Irish on the board in the 26th minute in a 5-0 season-opening win over Michigan • named to the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic all-tournament team for his efforts against No. 3 Wake Forest (T, 1-1) and No.

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1 St. John’s (L, 2-0) • scored the game’s first goal (10th minute) in a 2-1 win at DePaul in the BIG EAST opener • registered three points on a goal and an assist in a 4-0 triumph over No. 7 Louisville • assisted on Notre Dame’s third goal before scoring the fourth goal (77th minute) of the contest • notched an assist in three straight contests • the streak began with a 1-0 win at Pittsburgh • assisted on Notre Dame’s lone goal in a 2-1 setback at Michigan State • dished out an assist on Bright Dike’s golden goal (91st minute) in a 2-1 overtime triumph of Connecticut • selected to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team • netted Notre Dame’s second goal in a 2-1 victory over Green Bay in the first round of the NCAA Championship • named a BIG EAST Academic AllStar. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 21 matches • tallied 16 points on five goals and a team-best six assists • all of those were career-best figures • a third-team all-BIG EAST selection • registered assists in back-to-back wins against Duke (4-1) and Dartmouth (2-1) • scored the final goal in a 5-0 triumph of No. 5 USF in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • assisted on a goal in a 3-1 setback at Michigan • deposited a goal (67th minute) in a 3-0 win against Michigan State • picked up an assist in a 4-1 win over Pittsburgh • tallied a goal (86th minute) in a 3-1 besting of Providence • scored both goals in a key 2-1 BIG EAST victory over Georgetown • the two goals were a single-game career-best total • named the BIG EAST offensive player of the week and selected to the Top Drawer Soccer national team of the week for his performance against the Hoyas • assisted on both Notre Dame goals during the BIG EAST Championship • the Irish topped Louisville, 1-0, in the quarterfinals before falling to USF, 2-1, in the semifinals • was named to the all-BIG EAST Championship team • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN: A key contributor to the Fighting Irish as he played in all 24 games, including four starts • tallied five points on two goals and one assist • made a big impact in his collegiate debut by assisting on Alex Yoshinaga’s game-winning goal in overtime to top No. 1 UCLA, 2-1, in the season opener • his first goal of the season was the lone tally in a 1-0 victory at Villanova • put the Irish on the board in the fifth minute in a 2-1 triumph of Louisville • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Was a member of the Colorado Rush U-18 team for seven years • the Rush won the State Cup all seven of those seasons, along with representing Colorado at the regional tournament • they were the runner-up to SoCal Arsenal, the national

champion, three times • led the team in scoring his last season • was the leading scorer in Jefferson County his junior year while at Green Mountain High School • runner-up for player of the year honors in the conference • was a coaches all-state selection and earned honorable mention distinction from the media • played football as a junior and senior • was an all-conference selection as a wide receiver, safety and kicker • earned seven total letters during his prep career • also played basketball • born December 3, 1988 • son of John and Lorrie Brovsky • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a management degree • finished with a 3.472 cumulative GPA.

BROVSKY’S CAREER BESTS Goals Game Season Assists Game Season Points Game Season

2 (Georgetown ‘08) 5 (2008) 1, 12 times (MR: Cal Poly ‘10) 6 (2008) 4 (Georgetown ‘08) 16 (2008)

BROVSKY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 2010

GP-GS G A Pts Sh 24-4 2 1 5 18 21-21 5 6 16 44 22-15 4 4 12 52 20-20 4 1 9 46

Totals 87-60 15 12 42 160

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#3

BILAL DUCKETT

Class of 2011 Defender 6-2 • 165 Peachtree City, Ga. McIntosh

HONORS & AWARDS BIG EAST Academic All-Star NSCAA Scholar All-Region Team - 2010 MLS SuperDraft Pick - Vancouver Whitecaps

Played in 42 career games, including 40 starts • tallied one goal • earned two monograms • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • an NSCAA All-Region Scholar • garnered two monograms • picked by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the third round of the 2011 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. AS A SENIOR: Started all 20 matches • named to the NSCAA Scholar All-Region Team • helped the Irish defense post six shutouts • ranked fourth on the team in minutes played (1840).

AS A JUNIOR: Played in 22 matches, including 20 starts • tallied one goal on nine shots • tallied the golden goal in the 98th minute in a 2-1 victory at Georgetown • registered a season-high two shots in a 2-1 win over Seton Hall • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned his first monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not see game action. AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Two-time Region 4 AAAA player of the year • captain of his squad at McIntosh High School • Fayette County player of the year as a senior • led his squad to the program’s first undefeated season as a senior en route to winning the program’s fourth state title • was named team MVP that season • copped all-state honors as well as being an AllAmerica nominee • tallied 15 goals and 15 assists • first team all-Fayette County and first team all-Region 4 AAAA his junior year • his club team is Cobb FC ’89 Premier, which won the 2005 Georgia state championship and was the runner-up in 2006 • state runner-up again in 2007 along with being a regional semifinalist • the team also was the 2005 Region III Premier League Champions and the ’05 Regional quarterfinalists • they were regional quarterfinalists again in 2006 along

with being the Region III Premier League runner-up • he is a six-year member of the Georgia ’89 ODP state team • they were the 2004 Regional III champions and the 2005 national bronze medalist • born January 9, 1989 • son of Fred and Kim Duckett • has one older sibling • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a degree in IT management .

DUCKETT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2007 Did Not Play 2008 Did Not Play 2009 22-20 1 0 2 9 1 2010 20-20 0 0 0 7 0 Totals 42-40 1 0 2 16 1

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CRAIG KRZYSKOWSKI

Class of 2011 Defender 6-2 • 195 Western Springs, Ill. Lyons Township

HONORS & AWARDS Spirit Award - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Played in two matches during his Fighting Irish career • earned one monogram • earned the team’s 2010 Spirit Award for his contributions to the program • a BIG EAST Academic AllStar. AS A SENIOR: Played in two games • Notre Dame Spirit Award recipient • made his collegiate debut in a 5-1 win over Cal Poly, which clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Fighting Irish • saw time in a 3-0 triumph of Georgetown • earned

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ANDREW LUTTRELL

Class of 2011 Midfielder/Forward 5-7 • 145 Granger, Ind. Penn

HONORS & AWARDS Spirit Award - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Played in nine matches during his Notre Dame career • received one monogram • received the team’s 2010 Spirit Award for his contributions to the program • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SENIOR: Played in a career-high six games • Notre Dame Spirit Award recipient • saw his first action of the season in a scoreless draw versus California • played in both matches of the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament – wins over Drake (2-0) and Cal Poly (5-1) – to help the

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his first monogram • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A JUNIOR: Did not see game action • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not play in a match. AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Played club soccer for HUSA Soccer Club based out of Hinsdale, Ill. • captained team at Lyons Township High School • named to academic all-conference, all-conference and all-sectional teams during his senior season • also earned two letters playing basketball • was named to academic all-conference team his senior year as a starting guard • member of the National Honor Society • born September 21, 1988 • has one younger brother • son of Todd and Tami Krzyskowski • graduated from the College of Engineering with a degree in mechanical engineering • finished with a 3.221 cumulative GPA.

KRZYSKOWSKI’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2007 Did Not Play 2008 Did Not Play 2009 Did Not Play 2010 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 2-0 0 0 0 0

Irish capture the tournament title • saw time in a 0-0 tie against Northwestern at Toyota Park • played in a 2-0 setback to Louisville and a 3-0 win over Georgetown • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned his first monogram. AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in three games • made his Fighting Irish debut in a 5-0 seasonopening win over Michigan • saw time in a 1-0 setback to West Virginia • played a season-high 10 minutes in a scoreless draw against St. John’s in the title game of the BIG EAST Championship • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not see game action. AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A three-year varsity starter at Penn High School • totaled 36 goals and 18 assists for his career • had a stellar senior campaign as he earned allstate honorable mention accolades along with garnering first-team all-conference and all-district honors • team captain as senior and was district all-academic and named WHME Student-Athlete of the Week that same year • two-time team MVP • first-team all-conference and second-team all-district during his junior season • was a freshman mentor and part of the Interact Club • born August 19, 1989 • son of Gregory and Amelia Luttrell • graduated from

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LUTTRELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh GW 2007 Did Not Play 2008 Did Not Play 2009 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 6-0 0 0 2 0 Totals 9-0 0 0 0 2

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# 11 STEVEN PERRY

Class of 2011 Forward 6-0 • 175 Edmond, Okla. Bishop McGuinness

HONORS & AWARDS All-BIG EAST First Team - 2010 All-Great Lakes Region Second Team - 2010 Monogram Club Team MVP - 2010 NSCAA Scholar All-American - 2010 BIG EAST Academic All-Star MLS SuperDraft Pick - New England Revolution

Played in 75 career games, including 33 starts • tallied 15 goals and eight assists • received all-conference and all-region honors during his senior campaign • named team MVP as a senior • earned four monograms • National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-American • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • selected by the New England Revolution during the third round of the 2011 Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft. AS A SENIOR: A starter in all 20 matches • notched career-high totals in goals (12), assists (4) and points (28) • his goal total led all BIG EAST Conference players, while he was tied for first in points • received the Notre Dame Monogram Club Team MVP Award • copped first-team all-BIG EAST honors • received second-team All-Great Lakes Region accolades • an NSCAA Scholar All-American • two-time selection to the TopDrawerSoccer national team of the week • named to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll twice • produced a team-best five gamewinning goals • had three multiple-goal games • netted both Irish goals in a 2-0 win over Drake during the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • selected to the TopDrawerSoccer national team of the week for his performance against the Bulldogs • began a three-game goal streak by depositing the lone tally (70th minute) in a 1-0 triumph of St. John’s • followed that up by netting the equalizer in the 79th minute in a 1-1 draw against Northwestern at Toyota Park • the streak continued as he scored the game winner in the 85th minute during a 2-1 besting of Providence • his goal streak ended against Indiana, yet he still assisted on both Irish tallies in the 2-1 victory over the Hoosiers • scored the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 setback at West Virginia

• selected to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his efforts against Indiana and West Virginia • the point streak continued with a two-goal effort in a 4-1 triumph of Marquette • produced a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win at Seton Hall • knotted the Pittsburgh match, 1-1, 19 seconds after the Panthers grabbed the lead and the Irish went on to win 3-2 • netted the first two goals in a 3-0 besting of Georgetown • named to the TopDrawerSoccer national team of the week and the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his performances in the wins over Pittsburgh and Georgetown • assisted on the goal that evened the second round NCAA Championship match versus Dartmouth 1-1 in the 74th minute, yet the Irish went on to fall 2-1 in overtime • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • garnered his fourth monogram. AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 23 matches • made 10 starts • totaled five points on two goals and one assist • attempted 29 shots • tallied Notre Dame’s second goal (50th minute) in a 5-0 win over Michigan in the season opener • put the Irish up 2-0 in the 60th minute in a 4-0 triumph of No. 7 Louisville • assisted on the team’s lone goal in a 3-1 setback to Northwestern during the second round of the NCAA Championship • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • garnered his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 20 matches • registered four points on one goal and two assists • all of those numbers were career-best totals • scored the first goal (36th minute) of his Fighting Irish career in a 4-1 win over Duke at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • notched assists in back-to-back 3-0 victories over Syracuse and Cincinnati • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: A contributor to the Fighting Irish during his rookie campaign by appearing in 12 matches, including three starts • one point on one assist • made his first start in a 1-0 win over St. John’s in the BIG EAST tournament quarterfinals • gave the team valuable minutes during the season by coming off the bench and playing the forward position • made his collegiate debut in a 1-1 draw against Northern Illinois at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • his lone point of the season came as he assisted on the first goal of the game (5th minute) in a 2-1 win over No. 19 DePaul in the BIG EAST tournament semifinals • earned a monogram. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A 2006 NSCAA High School Scholar All-American • a 2005 Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp all-star selection • team MVP at Bishop McGuinness as a sophomore, junior and senior • selected as his

team’s top offensive player as a sophomore in 2005 and senior in 2007 • led his team in scoring the past two seasons • named to the all-city second team his junior year by The Daily Oklahoman • named The Daily Oklahoman offensive player of the year his senior season • named The Daily Oklahoman/Jim Thorpe Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year his senior year • 2007 All-State Team • 2007 Soccer State Champions • 40 goals, 10 assists during senior year • the 40 goals were a state singleseason record • scored in all 18 games his senior season • three-time team captain • also captained his club team, Padova ‘89, for three seasons • his club team took home the state title in 2002, 2003 and 2005 • team also was a statefinalist in 2004 and 2006 • was a kicker on his high school football team for two seasons, including the 2006 campaign when his team won the state title • competed in track • state champion in the 4x100 relay in 2006 • that same year his team won the state title in track • in track his senior year he won the high jump (6’ 6”), the 4x400m relay, runner-up in the long jump and the team state championship • named to The Daily Oklahoman Little all-city track team senior year • named to the all-state team in 2006 (4x100m relay) and 2007 for high jump and 4x400m relay • member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honors Society • from the same hometown as former Irish teammate Bright Dike • born September 7, 1988 • son of Michael and Janet Perry • has two sisters • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a finance degree • finished with a 3.467 cumulative GPA .

PERRY’S CAREER BESTS Goals Game Season Assists Game Season Points Game Season

2, three times (MR: Georgetown ‘10) 12 (2010) 2 (Indiana ‘10) 4 (2010) 4, three times (MR: Georgetown ‘10) 28 (2010)

PERRY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 2010

GP-GS G A Pts Sh 12-3 0 1 1 2 20-0 1 2 4 6 23-10 2 1 5 29 20-20 12 4 28 73

Totals 75-33 15 8 38 110

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Graduated Letterwinners

#1

PHILIP TUTTLE

Class of 2011 Goalkeeper 6-1 • 200 Hooksett, N.H. Brewster Academy

HONORS & AWARDS Team Captain - 2010 MLS Draft Pick - San Jose Earthquakes

Played in 33 career games, including 29 starts • notched a 16-10-4 record with nine shutouts • posted a career goals-against average of 0.98 and a .742 save percentage • made 89 career saves • earned three monograms • drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in the second round of the 2011 Major League Soccer (MLS) Supplemental Draft. FIFTH SEASON: Missed the first seven games of the season due to a knee injury suffered in the summer while training with the San Jose Earthquakes of the MLS • played every minute of the final 13 games of the season and posted a 7-4-2 record with two shutouts • notched a 1.11 goals-against average and a .746 save percentage • made 44 saves and surrendered 15 goals • made his season debut in a 1-1 draw with Northwestern at Toyota Park • made four saves against the Wildcats • also had four saves in a 2-1 victory over Providence • made two saves in a 2-1 triumph at Indiana • one save in a 2-1 setback at West Virginia • compiled four saves in a 4-1 win over Marquette • four saves in a 2-0 loss at Louisville • had another four-save performance during a 3-1 win at Seton Hall • stopped five shots and posted his first shutout of the season in a scoreless draw at Connecticut • selected to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his performances against Seton Hall and Connecticut • had three saves in a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh • did not need to make a save to notch his second clean sheet of the season in a 3-0 victory over Georgetown • one save in a 2-1 triumph of Marquette during the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • made four saves in a 1-0 setback to Louisville during the BIG EAST semifinals • registered a career-high eight saves in a 2-1 overtime loss to Dartmouth in the second round of the NCAA Championship • earned his third monogram. AS A SENIOR: Played in 13 matches, including 11 starts • posted a 7-3-2 record with five shutouts • registered a 0.71 goals-against average and a .743 save percentage • made 26 saves, while surrendering nine goals in 1139:46 of game action • made first start of the season in a

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2-0 setback to No. 1 St. John’s at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • made three saves against the Red Storm • notched a shutout by making two saves in a 3-0 triumph of Seattle in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • started the BIG EAST opener at DePaul and made two saves in a 2-1 Irish victory • replaced an injured Andrew Quinn in the seventh minute and played the remainder of the match in a 2-1 loss at USF • made three saves and allowed one goal against the Bulls • tied a season-high with three saves in shutting out No. 9 Louisville, 4-0 • stopped one shot in a 2-1 win over Seton Hall • made two saves and did not give up a goal in 109:09 of play in a 1-0 overtime victory at Providence • one save in a 1-0 loss to West Virginia • registered his fourth shutout of the season by making one save in a 1-0 victory at Pittsburgh • had one save in a 2-1 overtime besting of Connecticut • played all 110 minutes and made one save in a 2-2 draw against USF in the BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals • was in goal for the penalty kick shootout as the Irish advanced, 5-4 • played every minute in a scoreless draw versus Louisville in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship • despite having a broken thumb that was suffered earlier in the match, he made the decisive save in the penalty kick shootout as the Irish advanced past the Cardinals, 4-3 • earned his second monogram. AS A JUNIOR: Played in seven games, including five starts • started the final four games of the season after starting goalkeeper Andrew Quinn suffered an injury • posted a 2-3-0 record with a 1.29 goals-against average and a .731 save percentage • made his collegiate debut by coming off the bench and playing the final 10:05 in a 4-1 win over Marquette • did not allow a goal and made one save against the Golden Eagles • made three saves in his first career start, a 3-1 setback at Michigan • following Quinn’s injury, played the final 28:10 and made one save without allowing a goal in a key 2-1 league win over Georgetown • picked up the first win of his career in a 1-0 triumph at West Virginia that clinched the BIG EAST Blue Division title for the Irish • made four saves against the Mountaineers • stopped a career-high six shots in a 1-0 victory over Louisville in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • made two saves in a 2-1 loss to USF in the semifinals of the league tournament • had two saves in a 2-1 setback to Northwestern in the second round of the NCAA Championship. AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not see game action. AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A 2005 Notre Dame Elite Camp all-star selection • captained his Brewster Academy club along with receiving the Coach’s Award team MVP during his senior season • earned Brewster Academy Athletic Director’s award for a positive and consistent contribution to interscholastic sports • participated in the 2005 New England

prep school all-star game • was named to the 2005 Boston Globe prep all-scholastic soccer team • played for the Seacoast United Premier U-17 team • Seacoast United was ranked No. 7 in Region I and No. 27 nationally • a 2003 Super Y ODP New England Division U-15 Team and a 2004 Super Y ODP New England Division U-17 Team • also competed on the Brewster Academy hockey team, where he was named the 2004-05 team MVP • an honor-roll student who is also a John Brewster Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society • born October 19, 1987 • son of Gordon and Annette Tuttle • father played soccer at the University of New Hampshire • has a younger brother • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a finance degree.

TUTTLE’S CAREER BESTS Saves Game 8 (Dartmouth* ‘10) Season 44 (2010) Minutes Played Game 110:00, four times (MR: Connecticut ‘10) Season 1139:46 (2009) Shutout Streak

Games 3 (Georgetown, West Virginia, Louisville^ ‘08) Minutes 277:01 (10/29/08- 11/14/08) * - NCAA Tournament ^ - BIG EAST Tournament

TUTTLE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS GA Min. GAA SV SO Rec.

2006 Did Not Play 2007 Did Not Play 2008 7-5 7 488:15 1.29 19 2 2-3-0 2009 13-11 9 1139:46 0.71 26 5 7-3-2 2010 13-13 15 1219:14 1.11 44 2 7-4-2 Totals 33-29 31 2847:15 0.98 89 9 16-10-4

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Joseph Lapira concluded his stellar collegiate career ranked fifth in Notre Dame history in both goals (41) and total points (105). The 2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy winner was a first-team All-American as a junior and senior.


Year-by-Year Breakdown Irish Head Coaches

Rich Hunter 1977-83

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

Coach Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Chris Apple Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark

Record 16-1-1 21-3-1 20-10-1 20-7-0 16-3-3 17-4-2 18-4-0 12-6-2 7-11-4 13-7-2 17-3-1 17-4-2 10-7-3 4-11-3 13-5-2 10-7-2 15-6-0 12-10-2 9-10-0 14-7-2 10-9-2 9-6-3 8-9-3 7-8-2 12-7-0 12-6-3 16-3-4 13-3-3 12-8-3 15-6-2 14-5-5 12-7-2 11-8-4 10-6-4 442-217-73

Dennis Grace 1984-89

Pct. .917 .860 .661 .741 795 .782 .818 .650 .409 636 .833 .783 .575 .306 700 .579 .714 .541 .474 652 .524 .583 .475 .471 632 .643 .782 .763 .587 696 .688 .619 .565 600 .654

Conf./Finish (Ind.) (Ind.) (Ind.) (Ind.) (Ind ) (Ind.) (Ind.) (Ind.) (Ind.) (Ind ) (Ind.) (MCC) (MCC) 5-0-1/1st (Division) (MCC) 2-5-1/7th (MCC) 4-1-1/2nd (MCC) 4-2-1/3rd (MCC) 5-1-0/1st (MCC) 4-4-0/4th (Division) (BE) 4-7-0/T-10th (BE) 6-3-2/3rd (BE) 5-5-1/5th (BE) 5-4-2/7th (BE) 4-5-2/8th (BE) 4-7-0/9th (BE) 7-3-0/T-2nd (BE) 6-3-1/4th (BE) 6-3-1/3rd (BE) 8-1-1/1st (BE) 6-4-1/T-3rd (Division) (BE) 8-3-0/3rd (Division) (BE) 7-0-4/T-1st (Division) (BE) 7-2-2/1st (Division) (BE) 8-3-0/2nd (Division) (BE) 8-2-1/2nd (Division) 5 titles

Mike Berticelli 1990-99

Chris Apple 2000

Conference Tournament -----------Champion Semifinals Quarterfinals Runner-up Semifinals Champion Champion -Champion Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals -Semifinals Quarterfinals Champion Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Runner-up Semifinals Runner-up Semifinals 5 titles

Bobby Clark 2001-present

NCAA Results & Record -----------First Round (0-1) ----First Round (0-1) First Round (0-1) -Round of 16 (1-1) ----First Round (0-1) Round of 32 (1-1) Round of 16 (1-0-1)* Round of 32 (0-1)* Round of 16 (2-1) Quarterfinals (2-1)* Quarterfinals (2-1)* Round of 32 (0-1)* Round of 32 (1-1) Round of 32 (0-1)* 14 appearances (10-13-1)

Ind. – Independent MCC – Midwestern Collegiate Conference BE – BIG EAST Division – The conference had two divisions during that season Note - The NCAA Tournament field was comprised of 24 teams when the Fighting Irish debuted in the postseason in 1988. The field expanded to 32 teams prior to the 1992 season. The field increased to its current number of 48 squads for the 2001 campaign. * - Indicates the Irish received a seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Tournament. Refer to page 65 for additional NCAA Tournament information.

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Seasons 7 6 10 1 10 34

Years 1977-83 1984-89 1990-99 2000 2001-10 1977-2010

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Pct. .786 .648 .559 .471 .657 .654


Year-by-Year Statistics Goals

Shots

Corners

Fouls

Year Coach

Record

Pct.

For

Ag.

For

Ag.

For

Ag.

For

Ag.

Home

Away

Neutral

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Rich Hunter

16-1-1 21-3-1 20-10-1 20-7-0 16-3-3

.917 .860 .661 .741 .795

61 116 99 73 92

19 32 35 32 18

394 719 801 775 637

190 222 392 359 228

96 197 201 152 144

37 83 147 88 88

127 459 443 483 480

197 477 602 451 406

9-1-0 14-0-0 9-3-1 12-1-1 12-1-0

7-0-1 7-3-1 10-7-0 8-6-0 4-2-2

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

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Rich Hunter Rich Hunter Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Dennis Grace

17-4-2 18-4-0 12-6-2 7-11-4 13-7-2

.782 .818 .650 .409 .636

78 85 54 44 56

23 15 36 58 25

550 590 357 311 361

223 149 173 330 227

132 148 183 146 151

69 58 64 108 67

413 387 358 504 378

388 390 353 453 326

9-1-1 11-1-0 7-2-0 2-4-2 6-1-1

8-2-0 6-3-0 5-4-2 4-7-1 7-6-1

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

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Dennis Grace Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli

17-3-1 17-4-2 10-7-3 4-11-3 13-5-2

.833 .783 .575 .306 .700

55 67 43 24 48

22 23 30 32 17

275 296 248 190 270

156 215 220 254 165

167 183 160 77 88

79 101 74 73 69

357 491 361 469 312

367 346 399 333 293

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

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

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

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli

10-7-2 15-6-0 12-10-2 9-10-0 14-7-2

.579 .714 .541 .474 .652

39 49 53 45 33

23 21 27 39 18

318 285 361 310 296

188 226 246 264 305

97 121 138 95 154

104 98 121 114 98

352 379 455 357 399

320 370 422 318 372

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

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

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

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli Chris Apple Bobby Clark

10-9-2 9-6-3 8-9-3 7-8-2 12-7-0

.524 .583 .475 .471 .632

38 29 27 19 33

27 20 25 21 19

248 258 285 271 294

229 229 242 151 202

98 97 113 104 108

82 106 85 59 60

327 276 287 278 236

294 271 308 271 311

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

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

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

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark

12-6-3 16-3-4 13-3-3 12-8-3 15-6-2

.643 .782 .763 .587 .696

40 38 29 29 45

21 16 9 20 19

331 351 341 340 383

203 210 168 278 249

150 136 118 131 137

81 75 62 91 88

239 278 234 253 268

333 336 281 276 275

8-2-1 7-2-1 8-0-2 6-3-2 9-2-1

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

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

2007 2008 2009 2010

Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark Bobby Clark

14-5-5 12-7-2 11-8-4 10-6-4

.688 .619 .565 .600

36 41 33 30

21 23 24 19

377 311 342 372

282 258 236 274

136 125 145 147

90 89 100 110

262 275 245 212

320 221 206 194

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

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

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

442-217-73

.654

1,681

829

TOTALS

12,518 7,943 4,575

2,918 11,634 11,480 258-63-28 154-131-33

30-23-12

Year-by-Year Statistical Leaders Goals Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Player Jim Mollering Kevin Lovejoy Kevin Lovejoy Kevin Lovejoy Sami Kahale Ed O’Malley Rob Snyder Mario Manta Richard Herdegen Pat Szanto Richard Herdegen Joe Sternberg Bruce McCourt Bruce McCourt Joe Sternberg Randy Morris Kevin Pendergast Kevin Pendergast Kenyon Meyer Jean Joseph Bill Lanza Bill Lanza Tim Oates Ben Bocklage Tony Capasso Ryan Turner Shane Walton Erich Braun Erich Braun Justin Detter

G 14 29 22 16 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 10 13 13 13 14 12 7 7 11 8 15 12 9 7 12 10 9 4 4

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Griffin Howard Erich Braun Erich Braun Justin Detter Justin McGeeney Tony Megna Joseph Lapira Joseph Lapira Joseph Lapira Bright Dike Bright Dike Steven Perry

Assists Year Player 1977 Bill Hagerty 1978 Ted Carnevale 1979 Mike Mai 1980 Sami Kahale 1981 Sami Kahale 1982 Richard Herdegan Steve Chang 1983 Tom Daley 1984 Pat Szanto 1985 Tommy Gerlacher 1986 Randy Morris 1987 Randy Morris 1988 Randy Morris 1989 Steve LiVigne 1990 Kevin Pendergast 1991 Jean Joseph 1992 Bill Lanza

4 12 11 14 5 5 7 22 9 12 11 12 A 13 10 15 8 15 9 9 11 6 8 10 17 12 7 4 6 4

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Points Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Brendan Dillman Bill Lanza Tim Oates Bill Lanza Tony Capasso Scott Wells Ryan Cox Erich Braun Chad Riley Devon Prescod Chad Riley Chad Riley Kevin Goldthwaite Ian Etherington Joseph Lapira Ryan Miller Nate Norman Joseph Lapira Jeb Brovsky Michael Thomas Brendan King Harrison Shipp

4 10 11 11 6 8 8 6 6 6 6 12 9 5 5 5 7 10 6 6 6 6

Player Bill Hagerty Kevin Lovejoy Kevin Lovejoy Kevin Lovejoy Sami Kahale Mario Manta Richard Herdegen

Pts. 31 63 55 35 39 40 42

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Richard Herdegen Joe Sternberg Bruce McCourt Bruce McCourt Randy Morris Kevin Pendergast Kevin Pendergast Jean Joseph Bill Lanza Bill Lanza Tim Oates Bill Lanza Ben Bocklage Tony Capasso Ryan Turner Shane Walton Erich Braun Chad Riley Erich Braun Erich Braun Justin Detter Justin McGeeney Joseph Lapira Joseph Lapira Joseph Lapira Bright Dike Bright Dike Steven Perry

34 34 38 32 40 29 18 28 20 40 35 23 23 20 29 27 24 12 21 23 33 12 19 50 28 29 26 28

Bold indicates active player.

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All-Americans

Randy Morris

Tony Capasso

Forward Class of 1989 NSCAA – Third Team – 1988

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Justin Detter

Midfielder Class of 1997

Midfielder/Forward Class of 2004

NSCAA – Third Team – 1996

Soccer Times – Second Team – 2003 NSCAA – Third Team – 2003

Chris Sawyer

Greg Dalby

Goalkeeper Class of 2005

Midfielder/Defender Class of 2007

NSCAA – First Team – 2004 College Soccer News – First Team – 2003 Soccer Times – Third Team – 2003

NSCAA – First Team – 2005, 2006 Soccer Times – First Team – 2005 College Soccer News – First Team – 2005 College Soccer News – Second Team – 2006 Soccer America Freshman All-American – 2003 College Soccer News All-Freshman Team – 2003

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Joseph Lapira

Ryan Miller

Matt Besler

Forward Class of 2008

Defender/Midfielder Class of 2008

Defender Class of 2009

M.A.C. Hermann Trophy - 2006

NSCAA – Second Team – 2007

NSCAA – First Team – 2008

NSCAA – First Team – 2006, 2007 College Soccer News – First Team – 2006 College Soccer News – Second Team – 2007 Soccer America Player of the Year – 2006 Soccer America MVP - 2006, 2007

Joseph Lapira – 2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Winner In 2006, Joseph Lapira became the program’s first recipient of the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy as the nation’s top player. The award, which has been presented annually since 1967, is the official Player of the Year Award presented by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). That season, Lapira led all NCAA Division I men’s players with 22 goals and 50 total points en route to becoming the first unanimous first-team All-American in Irish history.

Joseph Lapira giving his acceptance speech after winning the 2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy.

Joseph Lapira (center) with Missouri Athletic Club President Rick Lodewyck (left) and Robert R. Hermann (right).

2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Finalists: (from left) Charlie Davies (Boston College), Joseph Lapira (Notre Dame) and Jay Needham (SMU)

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Irish in the Pros Major League Soccer Draft Selections from Notre Dame Overall Selection in Parenthesis 1997 Supplemental Draft Dan Stebbins (Forward) Dallas – First Round (4)

1999 Supplemental Draft Ryan Turner (Forward) Kansas City – Second Round (14)

2004 SuperDraft Kevin Richards (Defender) Colorado Rapids – Fourth Round (35) Justin Detter (Midfielder/Forward) Kansas City Wizards – Fifth Round (47)

Irish Alums Currently in the Professional Ranks (as of June 2011) Major League Soccer (MLS) Matt Besler – D (2005-08) Sporting Kansas City Jeb Brovsky – M/D (2007-10) Vancouver Whitecaps Bright Dike – F (2005-09) Portland Timbers Bilal Duckett – D (2007-10) Vancouver Whitecaps Kevin Goldthwaite – D (200104) - Portland Timbers Justin Morrow – M/D (200609) - San Jose Earthquakes

United Soccer League (USL)/ North American Soccer League (NASL) Greg Dalby – M/D (2003-06) Charlotte Eagles Jack Stewart – D (2001-04) NSC Minnesota Stars Jack Traynor – D (2005-08) Orlando City Philip Tuttle – GK (2006-10) Harrisburg City Islanders England John Mousinho – M (2004) Stevenage F.C.

Finland Steven Perry – F (2007-10) Ekenas IF India Joseph Lapira – F (2004-07) United Sikkim FC Sweden Ryan Miller – D (2003-07) Halmstads BK Michael Thomas – M (200609) - Ljunskile SK Note - Seasons played at Notre Dame in parenthesis

2005 SuperDraft Jack Stewart (Defender) Chicago Fire – First Round (10) Kevin Goldthwaite (Midfielder/Defender) San Jose Earthquakes – Second Round (17) Chris Sawyer (Goalkeeper) Kansas City Wizards – Second Round (24)

2007 SuperDraft Greg Dalby (Midfielder/Defender) Colorado Rapids – Second Round (17) Nate Norman (Midfielder) Chicago Fire – Second Round (21)

2008 SuperDraft Ryan Miller (Midfielder/Defender) Columbus Crew – Third Round (31) Joseph Lapira (Forward) Toronto FC – Third Round (35)

2009 SuperDraft Matt Besler (Defender) Kansas City Wizards – First Round (8) Jack Traynor (Defender) New York Red Bulls – Second Round (29)

Kevin Goldthwaite won the 2006 MLS Cup with the Houston Dynamo. He and the New York Red Bulls were the MLS Cup runner-up in 2008.

Matt Besler (left) and Jack Traynor (right) during the 2009 MLS SuperDraft.

2010 SuperDraft Bright Dike (Forward) Columbus Crew – First Round (12) Michael Thomas (Midfielder) San Jose Earthquakes – Second Round (19) Justin Morrow (Midfielder) San Jose Earthquakes – Second Round (28)

2011 SuperDraft Jeb Brovsky (Forward/Midfielder) Vancouver Whitecaps FC – Second Round (19) Bilal Duckett (Defender) Vancouver Whitecaps FC – Second Round (37) Steven Perry (Forward) New England Revolution – Third Round (39)

2011 Supplemental Draft Philip Tuttle (Goalkeeper) San Jose Earthquakes – Second Round (33)

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Bright Dike currently plays for the Portland Timbers. The former Irish standout was drafted by the Columbus Crew in the first round of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft.

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Former Irish standouts Michael Thomas (‘10) (pictured) and Ryan Miller (‘08) signed deals with Halmstads BK in 2009. Halmstads is in the Swedish top division, Allsvenskan. Thomas now plays for Ljunskile SK in Sweden.


Irish in International Play Ryan Miller was one of 24 players selected to the U S. Men’s National Team training camp in preparation for a friendly against Chile on Jan. 22, 2011 at The Home Depot in Carson, Calif. Miller was the first current or former Notre Dame player to suit up for the U S. Senior National Team.

Notre Dame vs. Mexico Notre Dame has played host to a Mexican National Team six times since 2005. The Fighting Irish are 4-1-1 in those contests, which have taken place during the spring exhibition season. 2005 - ND 1, Mexico 0 (U-17) 2006 - ND 5, Mexico 0 (U-17) 2007 - ND 1, Mexico 0 (U-20)

2008 - ND 0, Mexico 0 (U-20) 2010 - ND 2, Mexico 1 (U-20) 2011 - Mexico 2 (U-17), ND 1

Joseph Lapira (‘08) r*SFMBOE4FOJPS/BUJPOBM Team r&BSOFEDBQWT&DVBEPSJO friendly on May 29, 2007 in East Rutherford, N.J.

Michael Thomas (bottom) battles Javier Hernandez during Notre Dame's 1-0 win over the Mexico U-20 squad in 2007. Hernandez now plays for Manchester United in the English Premier Leauge.

Aaron Maund (‘12) r646/BUJPOBM5FBN r6468PSME$VQ Team

Brendan King (‘12) r646BOE6 National Teams

Others: Matt Besler (‘09) r646/BUJPOBM5FBN Jack Stewart (‘05) r646/BUJPOBM5FBN

Dillon Powers (‘13) Greg Dalby (‘07) r646/BUJPOBM5FBN r646/BUJPOBM5FBN r6468PSME$VQ5FBN r6468PSME$VQ5FBN$BQUBJO r  .JML $VQ $IBNQJPO XJUI U.S. U-20 Team r.JML$VQ.71

Konstantin Kevin Richards Erich Braun Tony Capasso (‘97) (‘04) Koloskov (‘97) (‘03) Bermuda Senior Soviet U-18 Germany U-15, Canadian Senior National Team National Team U-16 and U-17 National Team National Teams Canadian U-20 and U-23 National Teams

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All-Time Honors/Awards M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Winner Joseph Lapira .............................2006 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Finalist Joseph Lapira ...................2006, 2007 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalists Joseph Lapira ...................2006, 2007 Greg Dalby........................2005, 2006 Kevin Goldthwaite .....................2004 Jack Stewart ...............................2004 All-Great Lakes Region First Team Matt Besler.................................2008 Bright Dike .................................2008 Ryan Miller .................................2007 Joseph Lapira ...................2006, 2007 Greg Dalby........................2005, 2006 Kevin Goldthwaite .....................2004 Jack Stewart ...............................2004 Chris Sawyer.....................2003, 2004 Justin Detter...............................2003 Erich Braun ........................2001,2002 Tony Capasso ..............................1996 Chris Dean ..................................1994 Tim Oates ...................................1994 Bill Lanza ...................................1993 Bert Bader ..................................1993 Kevin Pendergast .......................1989 Randy Morris ..............................1988 Joe Sternberg .............................1988 Second Team Steven Perry ...............................2010 Michael Thomas ...............2008, 2009 Matt Besler.................................2007 Ian Etherington ..........................2005 Justin Detter.....................2001, 2002 Shane Walton.............................1998 Ryan Turner ................................1997 Alan Woods ................................1997 Bill Lanza ..........................1992, 1995 Bert Bader .......................1992, 1994 John Guignon.............................1988 Richard Herdegen .......................1984 Sami Kahale ...............................1981 Third Team Aaron Maund ............2009, 2010 Bright Dike .................................2009 Matt Besler.................................2006 Kevin Goldthwaite .....................2003 Jack Stewart ...............................2003 Justin Detter...............................2000 Andreas Forstner..........................2000 Erich Braun .................................1999 K. Koloskov .................................1996 Brett Hofmann ...........................1991 Kenyon Meyer ............................1991 Bruce McCourt............................1988 Steve Lowney .............................1987

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NSCAA Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year Bobby Clark ................................2003 Dennis Grace .............................1988 NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Matt Besler.................................2008 NSCAA/adidas Scholar Team Jeb Brovsky.............2010 (First Team) Steven Perry ........... 2010 (First Team) Michael Thomas ..... 2009 (First Team) 2008 (Second Team) Matt Besler.............2008 (First Team) 2007 (Second Team) Ryan Miller .............2007 (First Team) Andreas Forstner 2001 (Second Team) Connor LaRose........2000 (Third Team NSCAA Regional Scholar-Athlete Jeb Brovsky..............2010 (First Team) Bilal Duckett............2010 (First Team) Greg Klazura ....2010 (First Team) Steven Perry ...........2010 (First Team) Brendan King .. 2010 (Second Team) Adam Mena .2010 (Second Team) Grant Van De Casteele .........2010 (Second Team) Andreas Forstner .....2001 (First Team) Griffin Howard..........2001 (Honorable Mention) 2000 (Honorable Mention) Connor LaRose........ 2000 (First Team) Dustin Pridmore..2000 (Second Team) Phil Murphy............ 1998 (First Team) David Cutler ...... 1998 (Second Team) Tim Oates ...............1994 (First Team) Chris Dean ......... 1994 (Second Team) Mike Palmer ........... 1992 (First Team) Jason Fox .......... 1992 (Second Team)

Justin Detter...............................2003 Erich Braun .................................2002 Griffin Howard............................2001 Connor LaRose............................ 2000 Gerick Short................................1999 Phil Murphy................................1998 Phil Murphy................................1997 Tony Capasso ..............................1996 Brian Engesser............................1995 Kevin Adkisson ...........................1994 Bill Lanza ....................................1993 Kevin Pendergast .......................1992 Brett Hoffman ............................1991 Kenyon Meyer ............................1991 Bret Hoffmann ...........................1990 Danny Lyons ...............................1989 Randy Morris ..............................1988 Rich Herdegen............................1984 * - List incomplete prior to 1988 Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Student-Athlete Award Adam Mena .......................2010 Michael Thomas .........................2009 Matt Besler.................................2008 Kurt Martin................................. 2007 Cory Rellas..................................2006 Tony Megna................................2005 John Stephens..................2003, 2004 Alan Lyskawa .............................2002 Andreas Forstner ........................2001 Andreas Forstner ........................2000

Reggie McKnight........................ 1999 David Cutler................................1998 David Cutler................................1997 Peter Gansler..............................1996 David Cutler................................1995 Jason Fox ....................................1994 Chris Dean ..................................1993 Mike Palmer ...............................1992 Brett Hofmann ...........................1991 Spirit Award Winners Craig Krzyskowski....................... 2010 Andrew Luttrell ..........................2010 John Schaefer.............................2009 Terry Lee ...........................2007, 2008 Greg Dalby..................................2006 Justin Michaud...........................2005 Christopher High ........................2004 Roger Klauer............................... 2003 Greg Martin................................2003 Paul Rodriguez ...........................2002 Greg Tait .....................................2002 B.J. Cotter ...................................2001 Tim Storino.................................2001 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Michael Thomas ....2009 (Third Team) Matt Besler ............ 2008 (First Team) Ryan Miller ........ 2007 (Second Team) John Stephens... 2005 (Second Team) Phil Murphy............ 1999 (First Team) Ryan Turner ...........1997 (Third Team) Chris Dean ......... 1995 (Second Team) Bold indicates current player.

Indiana All-State Selections Bert Bader ..................................1991 Chris Dean ..................................1991 Brett Hoffman ..................1988, 1991 Jean Joseph ................................1991 Kenyon Meyer ............................1991 Paul LaVigne............................... 1989 Mitch Kern..................................1988 Dave Augustyn ...........................1988 Notre Dame Monogram Club MVP* Steven Perry ...............................2010 Michael Thomas .........................2009 Matt Besler.................................2008 Ryan Miller .................................2007 Joseph Lapira .............................2006 Greg Dalby..................................2005 Jack Stewart ...............................2004

Matt Besler was named the 2008 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar-Athlete of the Year. He became the first player in program history to receive that distinguished honor.

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All-Time Honors/Awards Francis Patrick O’Connor Award This award was first presented in 1993 and is named in honor of a former Notre Dame wrestler who died in 1973 following his freshman year at the University. He was the son of Jane and the late Jean Joseph William “Bucky” O’Connor (he played football at Notre Dame in 1942, ’46 and ’47) from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The awards — which go to one female and one male graduating senior student-athlete Reggie McKnight — are presented to those individuals upon nomination by their head coaches, who best display the total embodiment of the true spirit of Notre Dame as exemplified by their contributions and inspiration to their teams. Among the Greg Martin qualities considered in nominating invididuals – as attributed to Pat O’Connor – are caring, courage, confidence, encouragement, humility, humor, honesty, kindness and patience. The Notre Dame men’s soccer team has had three of its former players honored with the Francis Patrick O’Connor Award, which is presented at the spring athletic department awards dinner: Jean Joseph (1995), Reggie McKnight (2000) and Greg Martin (2003).

The 2003 team featured two All-Americans (Chris Sawyer, Justin Detter), eight all-BIGEAST selections and 12 BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team members. Future All-American Greg Dalby was also a member of the ‘03 squad.

Byron V. Kanaley Award The most prestigious honor awarded to a Notre Dame student-athlete, the Byron V. Kanaley Award has been presented each year since 1927 to the senior monogram athletes who have been most exemplary as both students and leaders. The awards, presented by the Faculty Board on Athletics, are named in honor of a 1904 Notre Dame graduate who was a member of the Irish baseball team as an undergraduate. Kanaley went on to a successful banking career in Chicago and served the University as a lay trustee from 1915 until his death in 1960. The Notre Dame men’s soccer team has had 10 of its players honored with the Kanaley Award, which is presented at the spring athletic department awards dinner: Kevin Lovejoy (1981); Bret Hoffmann (1992); Mike Palmer (1994); Chris Dean (1995), Phil Murphy (1999), Connor La Rose (2000), Andreas Forstner (2002), Greg Dalby (2006), Matt Besler (2008) and Jeb Brovsky (2010).

Kevin Lovejoy

Bret Hoffmann

Mike Palmer

Chris Dean

Phil Murphy

Connor LaRose

The Christopher Zorich Award

This award recognizes the contributions of Notre Dame student-athletes to the University community and the community at-large. The award, which is presented annually each spring, bears the name of Christopher Zorich, two-time football AllAmerican and 1991 graduate of the University of Notre Dame. The men’s soccer winners of the Christopher Zorich award include: Matt Johnson, 1998 & Jeb Brovsky, 2010

Andreas Forstner

Greg Dalby

Matt Besler

Jeb Brovsky

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Academic All-Americans Success on the Playing Field … and in the Classroom … In addition to achieving success on the field, the Irish men’s soccer team has a tradition of excellence in the classroom. Notre Dame has produced seven Academic All-Americans from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The Fighting Irish also have seen student-athletes garner academic recognition from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Notre Dame has had seven players named to the NSCAA/adidas All-Scholar Team, including two-time recipient Matt Besler (‘09). Besler also became the first player in program history to be named the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. He took home the honor as a senior in 2008.

Ryan Turner – 1997 Third Team - Men’s At-Large

Ryan Miller – 2007 Second Team - Men’s Soccer

Phil Murphy – 1999 First Team - Men’s At-Large

Matt Besler – 2008 First Team - Men’s Soccer

John Stephens – 2005 Second Team - Men’s Soccer

Michael Thomas – 2009 Third Team - Men’s Soccer

The Notre Dame men’s soccer program has been recognized by the NSCAA for achieving excellence in the classroom.

Chris Dean – 1995 Second Team - Men’s At-Large

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NCAA Tournament Results/Bests Overall: 10-13-1 Home: 6-3-1/Away: 4-10-0/Neutral: 0-0-0 Year 1988 1993 1994 1996 2001 2002 2003

Date 11/13 11/14 11/20 11/24 12/1 11/23 11/22 11/27 11/24 11/30

Round 24 32 32 32 16 48 48 32 32* 16

2004 2005

Location Dallas, Texas Madison, Wis. Bloomington, Ind. Greensboro, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. College Park, Md. Notre Dame, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame, Ind.

ND Seed

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Opponent SMU Wisconsin (1) Indiana (3) UNC -Greensboro UNC-Charlotte Maryland Akron Indiana UW-Milwaukee (12) Michigan (Michigan advanced 4-3 on penalty kicks) Ohio State Western Illinois (3) Indiana Clemson Illinois-Chicago (5) Maryland (4) Virginia Oakland (7) Santa Clara (2) Wake Forest Northwestern Green Bay (9) Northwestern Dartmouth

Result L, 0-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 4-1 T, 1-1 (2OT)

11/23 32* Notre Dame, Ind. 5 L, 1-2 11/18 48 Notre Dame, Ind. W, 2-0 11/22 32 Bloomington, Ind. W, 2-0 11/27 16 Clemson, S.C. L, 0-1 2006 11/15 32* Notre Dame, Ind. 12 W, 1-0 11/18 16 College Park, Md. W, 1-0 (2OT) 11/24 8 Charlottesville, Va. L, 2-3 2007 11/28 32* Notre Dame, Ind. 10 W, 2-1 12/1 16 Santa Clara, Calif. W, 2-0 12/8 8 Winston-Salem, N.C. L, 0-1 (OT) 2008 11/25 32* Notre Dame, Ind. 12 L, 1-2 2009 11/19 48 Notre Dame, Ind. W, 2-1 11/22 32 Evanston, Ill. L, 1-3 2010 11/21 32* Notre Dame, Ind. 9 L, 1-2 (OT) * - indicates first-round bye Note - Number in parenthesis next to opponent indicates its seed; The NCAA began seeding the top-four teams in 1994 and increased it to eight teams in 1997. In 2003, the current format of seeding the top-16 teams began. Note - The NCAA Tournament field was comprised of 24 teams when the Fighting Irish debuted in the postseason in 1988. The field expanded to 32 teams prior to the 1992 season. The field increased to its current number of 48 squads for the 2001 campaign.

Notre Dame NCAA Tournament Bests Individual Career Points Goals Assists

15 6 3 3

Joseph Lapira (2004-07) Joseph Lapira (2004-07) Joseph Lapira (2004-07) Kevin Goldthwaite (2001-04) 3 Greg Martin (2000-03) Saves 31 Chris Cahill (2004-07) Chris Sawyer (2001-04) Overtime Goals 1 Joseph Lapira (2004-07)

2 Justin Detter (vs. UW-Milwaukee, 2003) 2 Rafael Garcia (vs. Akron, 2002) Assists 2 Kevin Goldthwaite (vs. UW-Milwaukee, 2003) Quickest Goal Bill Lanza – 7:31 (vs. Wisconsin, 1993)

Team Game Goals Shots Saves Goals in half Fouls Corner Kicks

4 25 12 3

vs. UW-Milwaukee (2003) vs. Dartmouth (2010) vs. UNC-Charlotte (1996) vs. UW-Milwaukee (second half) (2003) 24 vs. Indiana (1994) 15 vs. Dartmouth (2010)

Individual Single Tournament Points Goals Assists

7 3 2 2 2 Saves 17 Overtime Goals 1

Justin Detter (2003) Justin Detter (2003) Joseph Lapira (2007) Kevin Goldthwaite (2003) Greg Martin (2003) Greg Velho (1996) Joseph Lapira (2006)

Team Single Tournament Goals Shutouts

5 2003 (2 games) 2 2006 (3 games) 2005 (3 games)

Individual Game Points Goals

5 Justin Detter (vs. UW-Milwaukee, 2003) 2 Kurt Martin (vs. Virginia, 2006)

Joe Sternberg, Mike Drury, Danny Gordon and Danny Lyons (left to right) were valuable components to Notre Dame’s first-ever NCAA Tournament team in 1988.

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NCAA Tournament History 2001 - ROUND OF 48

Note - number in parenthesis before team indicates seed

.BSZMBOEr/PUSF%BNF November 23, 2001 College Park, Md.

1988 - ROUND OF 24

1 2 F Notre Dame 0 0 0 Maryland 0 1 1 Scoring: UM: Scott Buete (Ellis Welker) 88:19 ND UM Shots 6 9 Saves 1 4 Fouls 17 16 Corner Kicks 0 6

4.6r/PUSF%BNF November 13, 1988 Dallas, Texas 1 2 F Notre Dame 0 0 0 SMU 1 1 2 Scoring: SMU: David Carlson (Patrick Krejs, Larry McPhail) 6:00; SMU: Larry McPhail (Bill Pettigrew) 70:13 ND SMU Shots 2 16 Saves 3 1 Fouls 19 13 Corners 5 5

2002 - ROUND OF 48 /PUSF%BNFr"LSPO November 22, 2002 Notre Dame, Ind.

1993 - ROUND OF 32 8JTDPOTJOr/PUSF%BNF November 14, 1993 Madison, Wis. 1 2 F Notre Dame 1 0 1 Wisconsin 1 2 3 Scoring: ND: Bill Lanza 7:31; UW: Mike Gentile 23:14; Lars Hanson (Shea Hudson) 61:00; Mike Gentile (Jeff Gold, Lars Hanson) 72:03 ND UW Shots 11 13 Saves 6 6 Fouls 17 20 Corners 3 6

1994 - ROUND OF 32 *OEJBOBr/PUSF%BNF 05

November 20, 1994 Bloomington, Ind. 1 2 OT F Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 (1) Indiana 0 0 1 1 Scoring: IU: Mike Clark (Tim Hardy) 94:12 ND IU Shots 6 14 Saves 4 1 Fouls 24 16 Corners 2 6

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Three of Notre Dame’s first four NCAA Tournament appearances came under the tenure of Mike Berticelli, a 10-year veteran of the Irish sidelines.

1996 - ROUND OF 32 /PUSF%BNFr6/$(SFFOTCPSP November 24, 1996 Greensboro, N.C.

1 2 F Akron 1 0 1 Notre Dame 1 2 3 Scoring: ND: Rafael Garcia (Greg Martin) 14:39; UA: Ross McKenzie (Alex Odwell, Kirk Harwat) 30:01; ND: Rafael Garcia (Justin Detter, Chad Riley) 80:11 ND UA Shots 17 11 Saves 6 10 Fouls 11 12 Corner Kicks 11 2

1 2 F Notre Dame 0 1 1 (3) UNC Greensboro 0 0 0 Scoring: ND: Ryan Turner 54:23 ND UNCG Shots 7 16 Saves 5 2 Fouls 16 11 Corners 4 10

1996 - ROUND OF 16 6/$$IBSMPUUFr/PUSF%BNF December 1, 1996 Charlotte, N.C 1 Notre Dame 0 UNC-Charlotte 0 Scoring: UNCC: Danny Finkle Barker, Eric Cole) 89:36 ND Shots 9 Saves 12 Fouls 14 Corners 5

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Ryan Turner provided the dramatic lone goal in Notre Dame's 1-0 upset of third-seeded UNC Greensboro in the first round of the 1996 NCAA Tournament.


2002 - ROUND OF 32 *OEJBOBr/PUSF%BNF November 27, 2002 Bloomington, Ind. 1 2 F Notre Dame 0 0 0 Indiana 0 1 1 Scoring: IU: Brian Plotkin (Ned Grabavoy) 51:03 ND IU Shots 6 10 Saves 5 2 Fouls 14 15 Corner Kicks 4 5

2003 - ROUND OF 32 /PUSF%BNFr68.JMXBVLFF November 24, 2003 Notre Dame, Ind. 1 2 F UW-Milwaukee 1 0 1 (5) Notre Dame 1 3 4 Scoring: ND: Justin Detter (Luke Boughen) 31:41; UWM: Kyle Lance (Penalty Kick) 38:53; ND: Devon Prescod (Greg Martin, Kevin Goldthwaite) 46:17; Greg Martin (Devon Prescod, Justin Detter) 77:32; Justin Detter (Kevin Goldthwaite) 88:16 ND UMW Shots 17 8 Saves 3 3 Fouls 12 10 Corner Kicks 5 3

Justin McGeeney (left) and Joseph Lapira (right) both netted a goal in Notre Dame’s upset victory over Indiana in the second round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament. The Hoosiers entered the match as the No. 3 seed and the two-time defending NCAA champion.

Rafael Garcia proved to be the hero in Notre Dame’s 3-1 victory over Akron in the 2002 NCAA Tournament as the senior forward scored the first two Irish goals in the contest. The two-goal effort marked the first multiple-goal game of his career.

2003 - ROUND OF 16

2004 - ROUND OF 32

/PUSF%BNFr.JDIJHBO Michigan advanced on penalty kicks 4-3 November 30, 2003 Notre Dame, Ind.

0IJP4UBUFr/PUSF%BNF November 23, 2004 Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 OT OT2 F (5) Notre Dame 1 0 0 0 1 (12) Michigan 1 0 0 0 1 Scoring: ND: Justin Detter (Greg Martin) 16:57; UM: Mike White (Chris Glinski, Kevin Savitskie) 20:11. ND UM Shots 24 11 Saves 3 9 Fouls 8 33 Corner Kicks 6 3

1 2 F Ohio State 1 1 2 (5) Notre Dame 0 1 1 Scoring: OSU: Justin Cook (Ray Burse), 3:31; ND: Christopher High (Kevin Goldthwaite), 58:30; OSU: Ryan Kustos (Unassisted), 75:23. OSU ND Shots 5 13 Saves 4 1 Fouls 12 14 Corner Kicks 4 3

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NCAA Tournament History 2005 - ROUND OF 16

2006 - QUARTERFINALS

$MFNTPOr/PUSF%BNF November 27, 2005 Clemson, S.C.

7JSHJOJBr/PUSF%BNF November 24, 2006 Charlottesville, Va.

1 2 F Notre Dame 0 0 0 Clemson 1 0 1 Scoring: CU: Dane Richards (Bryson Moore) 19:52 ND CU Shots 10 12 Saves 3 3 Fouls 14 14 Corner Kicks 4 3

1 2 F (12) Notre Dame 0 2 2 (4) Virginia 2 1 3 Scoring: UVA: Adam Cristman (Nico Colaluca) 24:40; UVA: Yannick Reyering (unassisted) 34:16; ND: Kurt Martin (Joseph Lapira) 70:04; UVA: Adam Cristman (Nico Colaluca) 70:24; ND: Kurt Martin (penalty kick) 83:34 ND UVA Shots 13 11 Saves 6 3 Fouls 21 16 Corner Kicks 5 3

2006 - ROUND OF 32 /PUSF%BNFr*MMJOPJT$IJDBHP November 15, 2006 Notre Dame, Ind.

Kurt Martin scored two goals in a 3-2 loss at Virginia in the 2006 NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. That tied a program record for goals tallied in an NCAA tournament match.

2005 - ROUND OF 48 /PUSF%BNFr8FTUFSO*MMJOPJT November 18, 2005 Notre Dame, Ind. 1 2 F Western Illinois 0 0 0 Notre Dame 1 1 2 Scoring: ND: Joseph Lapira (Ryan Miller) 19:13, ND: Kurt Martin (unassisted) 52:03 WIU ND Shots 3 10 Saves 3 2 Fouls 6 17 Corner Kicks 2 6

2005 - ROUND OF 32 /PUSF%BNFr*OEJBOB November 22, 2005 Bloomington, Ind. 1 2 Notre Dame 0 2 (3) Indiana 0 0 Scoring: ND: Justin McGeeney Etherington) 55:33, ND: Joseph Lapira Crouse) 61:43. ND Shots 12 Saves 8 Fouls 11 Corner Kicks 5

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1 2 F Illinois-Chicago 0 0 0 (12) Notre Dame 1 0 1 Scoring: ND: Joseph Lapira (Bright Dike) 43:13 UIC ND Shots 9 18 Saves 8 3 Fouls 11 8 Corner Kicks 2 7

2006 - ROUND OF 16 /PUSF%BNFr.BSZMBOE 05

November 18, 2006 College Park, Md. 1 2 OT 2OT F (12) Notre Dame 0 0 0 1 1 (5) Maryland 0 0 0 0 0 Scoring: ND: Joseph Lapira (Dale Rellas) 106:56 ND MD Shots 14 16 Saves 7 7 Fouls 19 15 Corner Kicks 4 8

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Joseph Lapira (top) and Ryan Miller (bottom) celebrate Lapria’s goal that gave Notre Dame a 2-0 lead in its 2-1 win over Oakland in the second round of the 2007 NCAA Tournament. Miller assisted on the play.


2007 - ROUND OF 32

2008 - ROUND OF 32

/PUSF%BNFr0BLMBOE November 28, 2007 Notre Dame, Ind.

/PSUIXFTUFSOr/PUSF%BNF November 25, 2008 Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 F Oakland 0 1 1 (10) Notre Dame 1 1 2 Scoring: ND: Alex Yoshinaga (Joseph Lapira) 35:07; ND: Joseph Lapira (Ryan Miller) 56:14; OU: Endre Osnes (unassisted) 65:53 OU ND Shots 11 14 Saves 4 4 Fouls 17 12 Corner Kicks 1 7

1 2 F Northwestern 0 2 2 (12) Notre Dame 1 0 1 Scoring: ND: Jack Traynor (Michael Thomas) 23:01; NU: Oliver Kupe (Brian Usinger) 65:13; NU: Oliver Kupe (Brian Usinger) 88:46

2007 - ROUND OF 16 /PUSF%BNFr4BOUB$MBSB December 1, 2007 Santa Clara, Calif. 1 2 F (10) Notre Dame 0 2 2 (7) Santa Clara 0 0 0 Scoring: ND: Joseph Lapira (Alex Yoshinaga) 67:20; ND: Dave Donohue (Joseph Lapira) 71:59 ND SC Shots 10 17 Saves 5 3 Fouls 15 8 Corner Kicks 2 4

Shots Saves Fouls Corner Kicks

NU 11 7 7 4

ND 15 2 12 5

2009 - ROUND OF 48 /PUSF%BNFr̾(SFFO#BZ November 19, 2009 Notre Dame, Ind.

2007 - QUARTERFINALS

1 2 F Green Bay 0 1 1 Notre Dame 1 1 2 Scoring: ND: Bright Dike (Dillon Powers) 28:54: ND: Jeb Brovsky (Justin Morrow) 66:18; GB: Tony Walls (JC Banks) 67:45 GB ND Shots 18 16 Saves 6 6 Fouls 8 12 Corner Kicks 5 3

8BLF'PSFTUr/PUSF%BNF 05

December 8, 2007 Winston-Salem, N.C.

2009 - ROUND OF 32

1 2 OT F (10) Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 (2) Wake Forest 0 0 1 1 Scoring: WF: Austin da Luz (Marcus Tracy) 96:39 ND WF Shots 6 15 Saves 3 1 Fouls 8 6 Corner Kicks 4 8

/PSUIXFTUFSOr̾/PUSF%BNF November 22, 2009 Evanston, Ill. 1 2 F Notre Dame 0 1 1 (9) Northwestern 1 2 3 Scoring: NU: Jack Hillgard (unassisted) 17:59; NU: Jack Hillgard (Eamon O’Neill, Matt Eliason) 53:24; NU: Piero Bellizzi (Eamon O’Neill) 66:38; ND: John Schaefer (Bright Dike, Steven Perry) 82:23 ND NU Shots 21 8 Saves 0 11 Fouls 7 7 Corner Kicks 10 2

Jeb Brovsky’s goal in the 67th minute proved to be the game winner in a 2-1 triumph over Green Bay in the first round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament.

2010 - ROUND OF 32 %BSUNPVUIr̾/PUSF%BNF 05

November 21, 2010 Notre Dame, Ind. 1 2 OT F Dartmouth 0 1 1 2 (9) Notre Dame 0 1 0 1 Scoring: DC: Andrew Olsen (unassisted) 64:18; ND: Dillon Powers (Steven Perry) 73:11; DC: Andrew Olsen (Austin Bowers) 99:14 DC ND Shots 22 25 Saves 12 9 Fouls 10 9 Corner Kicks 7 15

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BIG EAST Honors/Awards BIG EAST Player-of-the-Week Honorees Matt Besler Defensive Player of the Week (10/16/06, 10/13/08) Erich Braun Offensive Player of the Week (10/22/01) Rookie of the Week (10/4/99) Jeb Brovsky Offensive Player of the Week (11/4/08) Chris Cahill Goalkeeper of the Week (9/12/05, 10/2/06, 9/3/07, 9/24/07, 10/8/07) Justin Detter Offensive Player of the Week (9/29/03) Dave Donohue Offensive Player of the Week (9/15/08) Chris Cahill was named the BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week five times during his Fighting Irish Andreas Forstner Defensive Player of career, which spanned 2003-07. the Week (10/16/00, 10/30/00)

Rafael Garcia Rookie of the Week (9/6/99) Kevin Goldthwaite Defensive Player of the Week (9/9/02, 9/22/03, 10/4/04) Rookie of the Week (11/5/01) Griffin Howard Defensive Player of the Week (10/15/01) Joseph Lapira Offensive Player of the Week (10/25/04, 9/4/06, 10/2/06,10/9/06) Connor LaRose Defensive Player of the Week (10/12/99) Greg Martin Offensive Player of the Week (10/28/02) Defensive Player of the Week (9/3/01)

Aaron Maund Rookie of the Week (9/22/07) Defensive Player of the Week (9/27/10) Justin McGeeney Offensive Player of the Week (9/29/04, 8/28/06) Reggie McKnight Rookie of the Week (9/8/97) Tony Megna Offensive Player of the Week (10/11/04) John Mousinho Rookie of the Week (11/1/04) Devon Prescod Offensive Player of the Week (9/1/03, 10/15/01) Justin Ratcliffe Defensive Player of the Week (9/16/02) Cory Rellas Defensive Player of the Week (10/8/07) Kevin Richards Defensive Player of the Week (9/20/03, 10/21/02)

Chad Riley Rookie of the Week (10/16/00) Chris Sawyer Rookie of the Week (10/15/01) Goalkeeper of the Week (10/22/01, 10/4/04, 10/25/04) Gerick Short Goalkeeper of the Week (9/6/99, 10/4/99) Jack Stewart Defensive Player of the Week (9/6/04) Greg Tait Goalkeeper of the Week (10/14/02, 9/4/00) Michael Thomas Rookie of the Week (10/16/06, 10/23/06) Greg Velho Defensive Player of the Week (9/22/97, 9/16/96) Shane Walton Rookie of the Week (9/7/98, 9/14/98, 9/28/98)

All-Time BIG EAST Award Winners Coach of the Year All-Conference Bobby Clark .............2001 First Team Bobby Clark .............2004 Jeb Brovsky..............2010 Steven Perry ............2010 Offensive Player of Michael Thomas ......2009 the Year Matt Besler..............2008 Bright Dike ..............2009 Bright Dike ....2008, 2009 Joseph Lapira ..........2006 Ryan Miller ..............2007 Midfielder of the Year Joseph Lapira 2006, 2007 Greg Dalby.....2005, 2006 Greg Dalby...............2006 Ian Etherington .......2005 Kevin Goldthwaite ..2004 Goalkeeper of the Justin Detter..2001, 2003 Year Chris Sawyer..2003, 2004 Chris Sawyer............2004 Jack Stewart ..2003, 2004 Chris Sawyer............2003 Erich Braun ...2001, 2002 Tony Capasso ...........1996 Defensive Player of the Year All-Conference Jack Stewart ............2004 Second-Team Aaron Maund ..... 2010 Rookie of the Year Dillon Powers..... 2010 Erich Braun ..............1998 Justin Morrow .........2009 Michael Thomas ......2008 By collecting all-BIG EAST first-team accolades in Jack Traynor .............2008 2001 and 2002, Erich Braun became the first Chris Cahill...............2007 player in program history to cop all-BIG EAST firstMatt Besler....2006, 2007

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Greg Dalby...............2004 Kevin Goldthwaite ..2003 Chad Riley ...............2003 Justin Detter............2002 Jack Stewart ............2002 Griffin Howard.........2001 Chris Sawyer............2001 Matt McNew ...........1998 Greg Velho ...............1998 Shane Walton ..........1998 Ryan Turner .............1997 Bill Lanza .................1995 All-Conference Third Team Aaron Maund ..... 2009 Jeb Brovsky....2008, 2009 Kurt Martin..............2007 Jack Traynor.............2007 Chris Cahill...............2006 Joseph Lapira ..........2005 Justin McGeeney .....2004 Ian Etherington .......2004 Greg Martin.............2003 Devon Prescod.........2003 Kevin Richards.........2003 Chad Riley .....2001, 2002 Chris Sawyer............2002

All-Rookie Team Harrison Shipp ... 2010 Dillon Powers..... 2009 Justin Detter............2000 Chad Riley ...............2000 Erich Braun ..............1998 Ryan Cox ..................1996 Alan Woods .............1996 BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Offensive Player Justin Detter............2003 BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Defensive Player Chris Sawyer............2003 BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Player Greg Velho ...............1996


BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team Andrew Benton......................................2006-07 2005-06 Antonio Bernal .......................................1998-99 Matt Besler.............................................2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 Peter Bandera ........................................1999-00 Ben Bocklage .........................................1998-99 Luke Boughen ........................................2002-03 2001-02 Erich Braun .............................................2002-03 2001-02 Jeb Brovsky.............................................2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 Chris Cahill..............................................2006-07 Filippo Chillemi ......................................2002-03 2003-04 B.J. Cottter ..............................................2001-02 2000-01 Ryan Cox .................................................1999-00 1998-99 1996-97 Kyle Craft..............................................2010-11 Ben Crouse .............................................2005-06 2004-05 David Cutler ...........................................1998-99 1997-98 1995-96 Kyle Dagan .............................................2008-09 2007-08 Greg Dalby..............................................2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Justin Detter...........................................2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 Matt DeDominicis ..................................1998-99 1997-98 Mark Dolan.............................................1995-96 Dave Donohue........................................2007-08 Bilal Duckett ...........................................2010-11 2009-10 Kyle Dulworth ........................................2007-08 2006-07 2004-05 Ian Etherington ......................................2005-06 Andreas Forstner ....................................2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 Joe Gallo .................................................1997-98 Peter Gansler..........................................1996-97 1995-96 Rafael Garcia ..........................................2001-02 1999-00 Shea Helmle ...........................................1999-00 Christopher High ....................................2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 Griffin Howard........................................2001-02 2000-01 1997-98 Matt Johnson .........................................1998-99 1997-98 Jason Jorski ............................................1999-00 1997-98

Brendan King ......................................2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 Roger Klauer...........................................2003-04 Greg Klazura........................................2010-11 2009-10 Michael Knapp ....................................2010-11 2009-10 Konstantin Koloskov ..............................1995-96 Craig Krzyskowski...................................2010-11 2009-10 Josh Landman........................................1995-96 Adam LaPlaca .....................................2010-11 Connor LaRose........................................2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 Terry Lee .................................................2008-09 Andrew Luttrell ......................................2010-11 2009-10 Alan Lyskawa .........................................2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 Stephen Maio.........................................2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 Matt Mahoney .......................................1995-96 Greg Martin............................................2003-04 2002-03 Kurt Martin.............................................2006-07 2004-05 Chris Mathis............................................1996-97 1995-96 Justin McGeeney ....................................2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Sean McGrath......................................2010-11 Reggie McKnight....................................2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 Tony Megna............................................2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Adam Mena .........................................2010-11 2009-10 Justin Michaud.......................................2005-06 2003-04 Ryan Miller .............................................2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 Luke Mishu...........................................2010-11 Justin Morrow ........................................2008-09 2007-08 John Mousinho.......................................2004-05 Phil Murphy............................................1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 Nate Norman..........................................2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Steven Perry ...........................................2009-10 2008-09

Patrick Polking........................................1995-96 Dillon Powers ......................................2010-11 2009-10 Dustin Pridmore .....................................2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 Alex Priede...........................................2010-11 Andrew Quinn........................................2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 Justin Ratcliffe........................................2002-03 Cory Rellas..............................................2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 Dale Rellas..............................................2005-06 2004-05 2002-03 Kevin Richards........................................2002-03 Chad Riley ..............................................2001-02 2000-01 Paul Rodriguez .......................................2002-03 Matt Rosso .............................................2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 Tamba Samba ........................................2007-08 Bill Savarino ...........................................1997-98 Chris Sawyer...........................................2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 John Schaefer.........................................2009-10 Luke Seibolt............................................2008-09 Harrison Shipp ....................................2010-11 John Stephens........................................2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 Dan Storino ............................................2000-01 Tim Storino.............................................2001-02 Chris Sutton .........................................2010-11 2009-10 Greg Tait .................................................2002-03 Josh Thiermann......................................2008-09 2007-08 Michael Thomas .....................................2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 Jon Mark Thompson...............................2005-06 2004-05 2002-03 Eric Tilley ..............................................2010-11 2009-10 Jack Traynor ............................................2007-08 Ryan Turner ............................................1997-98 1996-97 Grant Van De Casteele.......................2010-11 2009-10 Greg Velho ..............................................1998-99 1997-98 1995-96 Patrick Wall..........................................2010-11 Alex Yoshinaga .......................................2007-08 Matt Zimmer ..........................................1995-96 bold indicates active players

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BIG EAST Regular Season Standings 1995

BIG EAST

OVERALL

1996

BIG EAST

OVERALL

W L T 1. Boston College 8 1 1 2. Pittsburgh 8 3 0 3. Rutgers 5 2 4 4. St. John’s 6 3 1 5. Syracuse 6 5 0 6. Georgetown 5 5 1 Seton Hall 5 5 1 8. Connecticut 4 6 1 West Virginia 3 5 3 10. NOTRE DAME 4 7 0 Villanova 4 7 0 12. Providence 1 10 0 Tournament Champion: St. John’s

W 11 14 10 16 10 8 10 7 5 9 6 2

W L T W 1. St. John’s 9 1 1 22 2. Connecticut 7 2 2 15 3. NOTRE DAME 6 3 2 14 4. Rutgers 6 4 1 13 5. Syracuse 5 5 1 10 6. Georgetown 4 5 2 7 7. Seton Hall 4 5 2 7 8. Boston College 3 4 2 3 9. Providence 2 5 4 6 Villanova 3 6 2 7 11. West Virginia 3 7 1 7 12. Pittsburgh 2 7 2 8 Tournament Champion: NOTRE DAME

1997

BIG EAST

W L T 1. St. John’s 9 1 1 2. Georgetown 9 2 0 3. Rutgers 7 2 2 4. Seton Hall 7 4 0 5. NOTRE DAME 5 5 1 6. Villanova 4 4 3 7. Connecticut 5 6 0 8. Boston College 4 6 1 9. Pittsburgh 3 5 3 10. Syracuse 3 7 1 11. West Virginia 3 8 0 12. Providence 1 10 0 Tournament Champion: Rutgers

1998

BIG EAST

W L T 1. Connecticut 9 2 0 2. St. John’s 8 2 1 3. Rutgers 8 3 0 4. Georgetown 7 4 0 5. Providence 6 4 1 6. Seton Hall 5 3 3 7. NOTRE DAME 5 4 2 8. West Virginia 4 6 1 9. Syracuse 4 6 1 10. Boston College 2 8 1 11. Pittsburgh 1 8 2 12. Villanova 1 10 0 Tournament Champion: St. John’s

L 5 6 6 5 8 9 7 11 9 10 9 16 L 2 3 7 7 7 10 10 10 8 8 12 7

T 2 1 6 1 1 3 2 2 4 0 2 0

T 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 3 1 2

OVERALL W 18 15 14 11 10 6 11 5 10 7 7 3

L 4 7 7 8 9 9 7 9 5 11 13 15

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

OVERALL W 17 16 12 15 9 11 9 11 8 5 6 5

L 4 5 7 6 9 4 6 8 9 10 9 12

1999

BIG EAST

OVERALL

2000

BIG EAST

OVERALL

W L T 1. Rutgers 8 1 2 2. Connecticut 9 2 0 3. West Virginia 8 2 1 4. St. John’s 6 2 3 5. Georgetown 6 4 1 6. Syracuse 6 5 0 7. Seton Hall 5 5 1 8. NOTRE DAME 4 5 2 9. Providence 5 6 0 10. Boston College 2 9 0 11. Pittsburgh 1 8 2 12. Villanova 1 11 0 Tournament Champion: Connecticut

W 12 19 13 12 11 11 9 8 8 6 7 2

W L T W 1. Connecticut 8 1 2 20 2. St. John’s 8 2 1 14 3. Boston College 7 3 1 12 4. Pittsburgh 7 4 0 13 5. Seton Hall 6 5 0 13 6. Georgetown 5 5 1 9 7. Rutgers 5 5 1 10 8. Syracuse 4 5 2 8 9. NOTRE DAME 4 7 0 7 10. Providence 3 7 1 4 11. Villanova 2 7 2 6 12. West Virginia 1 9 1 4 Tournament Champion: Boston College

2001

BIG EAST

W L T 1. Connecticut 9 1 0 2. NOTRE DAME 7 3 0 St. John’s 6 1 3 4. Rutgers 6 3 1 Seton Hall 6 3 1 6. Boston College 6 4 0 Georgetown 6 4 0 8. Virginia Tech 4 4 2 9. Syracuse 4 5 1 10. Villanova 3 7 0 11. Pittsburgh 2 6 2 12. West Virginia 1 9 0 13. Providence 0 10 0 Tournament Champion: St. John’s

L 6 5 5 6 9 9 8 9 8 9 9 15

L 3 5 7 5 7 8 9 9 8 13 9 13

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

T 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 2 1

OVERALL W 15 12 17 15 12 10 9 11 7 5 6 5 1

L 5 7 3 7 7 8 9 6 8 12 8 11 14

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

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

2004 BIG EAST Regular Season Champions

2002

BIG EAST

OVERALL

2003

BIG EAST

OVERALL

2004

BIG EAST

OVERALL

W L T W 1. Boston College 8 2 0 18 2. St. John’s 7 1 2 13 3. Connecticut 7 3 0 17 4. NOTRE DAME 6 3 1 12 5. Georgetown 5 4 1 8 Rutgers 5 4 1 8 7. Seton Hall 5 5 0 9 Providence 5 5 0 7 Virginia Tech 5 5 0 10 10. Syracuse 3 6 1 8 11. Pittsburgh 2 7 1 8 12. Villanova 2 8 0 5 12. West Virginia 1 8 1 4 Tournament Champion: Boston College

W L T W 1. St. John’s 8 2 0 17 2. Virginia Tech 7 3 0 14 3. NOTRE DAME 6 3 1 16 4. Rutgers 5 2 3 11 5. Seton Hall 5 2 3 9 6. Connecticut 5 3 2 9 7. Providence 4 5 1 6 8. Villanova 4 6 0 10 9. Boston College 3 5 2 6 10. Pittsburgh 3 6 1 6 11. Georgetown 3 7 0 7 12. Syracuse 1 5 4 4 13. West Virginia 1 6 3 5 Tournament Champion: NOTRE DAME W L T 1. NOTRE DAME 8 1 1 2. St. John’s 6 1 3 3. Boston College 6 3 1 4. Villanova 5 3 2 5. Georgetown 5 4 1 Connecticut 5 4 1 7. West Virginia 5 4 1 8. Seton Hall 5 5 0 9. Pittsburgh 3 6 1 10. Syracuse 3 7 0 11. Rutgers 2 5 3 12. Providence 0 10 0 Tournament Champion: Connecticut

W 13 13 13 7 11 12 12 12 6 5 6 0

L 5 3 6 6 9 8 8 11 7 8 9 13 11 L 6 5 3 7 6 8 10 8 7 11 9 8 10 L 3 5 5 5 8 8 7 7 8 12 8 16

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

T 3 4 2 6 2 3 1 3 3 0 4 0

Front row (left to right): John Cavanaugh, Kyle Dulworth, Joseph Lapira, Alex Yoshinaga, Kurt Martin, Christopher High, Jack Stewart, Chris Sawyer, Kevin Goldthwaite, Luke Boughen, John Stephens, Ryan Miller, Justin McGeeney, Ian Etherington, Tony Megna Back row (left to right): Assistant coach Brian Wiese, assistant coach Mike Avery, head coach Bobby Clark, volunteer assistant coach Methembe Ndlovu, Brian Sheehan, John Mousinho, Jorge Schippers, Andrew Benton, Chris Cahill, Justin Michaud, Brian Murphy, Dale Rellas, Ben Crouse, Jon Mark Thompson, Greg Dalby, Nate Norman, strength and conditioning coach Lon Record, athletic trainer Tricia Matysak, senior manager Ashly Cumberworth.

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BIG EAST W L T

OVERALL W L T

Blue Division 1. Connecticut 7 3 1 16 3 2 2. Seton Hall 6 3 2 13 4 3 3. West Virginia 6 4 1 14 7 2 NOTRE DAME 6 4 1 12 8 3 5. Georgetown 6 5 0 10 9 1 6. Providence 3 3 4 7 4 9 7. Pittsburgh 2 9 0 3 12 1 8. Marquette 1 8 1 5 11 1 Red Division 1. USF 9 2 0 13 6 2 2. St. John’s 6 2 3 11 6 5 3. Cincinnati 6 3 2 10 7 2 4. Villanova 6 4 1 7 7 4 5. Rutgers 5 4 2 8 8 3 6. Syracuse 3 7 1 7 8 4 7. Louisville 2 7 2 5 11 2 8. DePaul 2 8 1 4 11 2 Tournament Champion: Connecticut

2006

BIG EAST W L T

Blue Division 1. West Virginia 9 0 1 2. Connecticut 8 2 1 3. NOTRE DAME 8 3 0 4. Providence 7 4 0 Seton Hall 7 4 0 6. Pittsburgh 4 5 1 7. Georgetown 3 8 0 8. Marquette 0 11 0 Red Division 1. Cincinnati 7 3 1 2. Rutgers 6 4 1 3. St. John’s 5 4 2 4. USF 4 3 4 5. Louisville 4 5 2 6. DePaul 4 7 0 7. Syracuse 2 8 1 8. Villanova 2 9 0 Tournament Champion: St. John’s

OVERALL W L T

15 10 15 13 9 5 6 1

3 7 6 7 8 11 11 15

3 2 2 0 1 2 0 1

11 10 14 9 5 5 7 6

6 6 6 6 10 12 8 10

2 3 2 4 3 2 1 1

2007

BIG EAST W L T

Blue Division 1. Connecticut 8 2 1 NOTRE DAME 7 0 4 3. West Virginia 7 3 1 4. Providence 5 4 2 5. Georgetown 5 5 1 6. Seton Hall 3 8 0 7. Pittsburgh 1 9 1 Marquette 1 9 1 Red Division 1. DePaul 7 4 0 2. Louisville 6 3 2 St. John’s 6 3 2 4. USF 6 4 1 5. Villanova 5 5 1 Cincinnati 5 5 1 7. Rutgers 4 7 0 8. Syracuse 3 8 0 Tournament Champion: Connecticut

2008

BIG EAST W L T

Blue Division 1. NOTRE DAME 7 2 2. Connecticut 6 3 3. Georgetown 5 3 4. Providence 5 5 5. West Virginia 3 4 6. Pittsburgh 3 6 7. Seton Hall 2 5 8. Marquette 1 8 Red Division 1. St. John’s 8 1 2. USF 7 3 3. DePaul 5 4 4. Louisville 5 5 5. Villanova 4 5 6. Syracuse 4 6 Cincinnati 4 6 8. Rutgers 3 6 Tournament Champion: USF

OVERALL W L T

20 14 14 9 7 7 3 2

3 5 6 8 11 11 13 12

1 5 2 2 1 1 2 4

12 11 9 14 10 9 7 6

8 7 7 6 9 10 11 8

0 4 5 2 1 1 1 4

OVERALL W L T

2 2 3 1 4 2 4 2

12 11 11 9 5 7 6 3

7 5 5 7 9 8 8 10

2 6 3 3 5 3 4 4

2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2

19 15 9 11 7 8 7 6

3 5 7 8 10 6 10 9

3 3 4 2 2 3 2 3

2009

BIG EAST W L T

Blue Division 1. Connecticut 8 2 1 2. NOTRE DAME 8 3 0 3. West Virginia 6 3 2 4. Georgetown 6 5 0 5. Providence 5 4 2 6. Marquette 3 5 3 7. Seton Hall 1 7 3 8. Pittsburgh 1 9 1 Red Division 1. Louisville 8 2 1 2. St. John’s 6 1 4 3. USF 6 3 2 4. Villanova 5 5 1 5. Rutgers 5 6 0 6. DePaul 5 6 0 7. Cincinnati 3 8 0 8. Syracuse 2 9 0 Tournament Champion: St. John’s

2010

BIG EAST W L T

Blue Division 1. Georgetown 7 2 0 2. NOTRE DAME 6 2 1 3. Connecticut 5 1 3 4. West Virginia 5 4 0 5. Providence 4 4 1 6. Marquette 3 4 2 7. Pittsburgh 1 6 2 8. Seton Hall 1 8 0 Red Division 1. Louisville 9 0 0 2. Cincinnati 5 1 3 3. St. John’s 4 3 2 USF 4 3 2 Villanova 4 3 2 6. DePaul 1 5 3 7. Syracuse 0 6 3 8. Rutgers 1 8 0 Tournament Champion: Louisville

OVERALL W L T

11 11 7 9 10 4 4 2

4 8 5 8 7 11 10 13

4 4 6 2 3 3 3 2

13 9 14 9 8 9 8 3

3 3 4 8 9 10 10 15

4 9 3 2 3 0 0 0

OVERALL W L T

12 10 12 11 13 7 6 3

6 6 2 8 6 8 9 13

2 4 6 2 3 4 2 1

20 7 10 9 8 4 2 4

1 5 6 7 8 10 10 11

3 7 2 4 3 5 5 1

2008 BIG EAST Blue Division Champions

(front row, from left) Assistant coach Chad Riley, Aaron Maund, Kyle Dagan, Cory Rellas, Bright Dike, Luke Seibolt, Alex Yoshinaga, head coach Bobby Clark, Matt Besler, Andrew Quinn, Jack Traynor, Terry Lee, Adam Mena, volunteer assistant coach Vern Gingerich, (second row, from left) athletic trainer Bill Agnew, assistant coach BJ Craig, Josh Thiermann, Brendan King, Greg Klazura, Steven Perry, Will Walsh, Jeb Brovsky, Michael Thomas, Bilal Duckett, Philip Tuttle, Tamba Samba, John Schaefer, Justin Morrow, strength and conditioning coach Rick Perry, senior manager Colin Reimer, (third row, from left) Sean McGrath, Matt Armstrong, Michael Rose, Chris Sutton, Dave Donohue, Andrew Luttrell team during all four of their seasons at Notre Dame.

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BIG EAST Tournament Results/Bests BIG EAST Conference Tournament Results 1996

1997

1998 1999 2001

2002 2003

2004

Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 2, Georgetown 1 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: Notre Dame 2, Connecticut 1 (Piscataway, N.J.) Final: Notre Dame 1, Rutgers 0 (Piscataway, N.J.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 2, Seton Hall 0 (South Orange, N.J.) Semifinals: St. John’s 4, Notre Dame 1 (Storrs, Conn.) Quarterfinals: St. John’s 2, Notre Dame 0 (Jamaica, N.Y.) Quarterfinals: Rutgers 2, Notre Dame 0 (Piscataway, N.J.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 1, Georgetown 0 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: St. John’s 1, Notre Dame 0 (Storrs, Conn.) Quarterfinals: Georgetown 2, Notre Dame 1 (ot) (Notre Dame, Ind.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 2, Connecticut 0 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: Notre Dame 1, Providence 0 (Storrs, Conn.) Final: Notre Dame 2, St. John’s 0 (Storrs, Conn.) Quarterfinals: Seton Hall 0, Notre Dame 0 (Notre Dame eliminated 8-7 on penalty kicks) (Notre Dame, Ind.)

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

First Round: Notre Dame 0, Syracuse 0 (Notre Dame advancds 4-2 on penalty kicks) (Notre Dame, Ind.) Quarterfinals: St. John’s 1, Notre Dame 0 (Jamaica, N.Y.) First Round: Notre Dame 2, DePaul 0 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Quarterfinals: Rutgers 2, Notre Dame 1 (2OT) (Piscataway, N.J.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 1, St. John’s 0 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: Notre Dame 2, DePaul 1 (Storrs, Conn.) Final: Connecticut 2, Notre Dame 0 (Storrs, Conn.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 1, Louisville 0 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: South Florida 2, Notre Dame 1 (Tampa, Fla.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 2, USF 2 (Notre Dame advanced 5-4 on penalty kicks) (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: Notre Dame 0, Louisville 0 (Notre Dame advanced 4-3 on penalty kicks) (Morgantown, W. Va.) Final: St. John’s 0, Notre Dame 0 (Notre Dame eliminated 5-3 on penalty kicks) (Morgantown, W. Va.) Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 2, Marquette 1 (Notre Dame, Ind.) Semifinals: Louisville 1, Notre Dame 0 (Harrison, N.J.)

BIG EAST Conference Tournament Bests Individual Career Points 6 Bright Dike (2005-09) Goals 3 Bright Dike (2005-09) Assists 2 six players Saves 33 Greg Velho (1996-98) Individual Single Tournament Points 4 Konstantin Koloskov (1996) Andrew Aris (1996) Justin Detter (2003) Bright Dike (2008) Goals 2 Konstantin Koloskov (1996) Justin Detter (2003) Bright Dike (2008) Assists 2 Andrew Aris (1996) Jeb Brovsky (2008) Brendan King (2010) Saves 14 Greg Velho (1996) Individual Game Points 3 Joseph Lapira - 1G, 1A (vs. DePaul, 2006) Goals 1 27 occasions Assists 2 Greg Martin (vs. Connecticut, 2003) 2 Brendan King (vs. Marquette, 2010) Quickest Goal Michael Thomas - 4:08 (vs. DePaul, 2007) Team Game Goals 2 12 times Shots 25 vs. Marquette (2010) Saves 9 vs. Connecticut (1996) Goals in half 2 three times Fouls 17 vs. Providence (2003) 17 vs. St. John’s (2009) Corner kicks 12 vs. Georgetown (2002) Team Single Tournament Goals 5 1996 (3 games) 2003 (3 Games) Shutout 3 2003 (3 Games) Bright Dike scored a program-record three goals in BIG EAST Championship play during his Notre Dame career. Dike played in nine league tournament matches from 2005-09.

The Fighting Irish celebrated their penalty kick shootout victory over Louisville in the semifinals of the 2009 BIG EAST Championship. Following a scoreless draw, the Irish converted four penalty kicks compared to three for the Cardinals.

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BIG EAST Champions Fighting Irish Claim BIG EAST Tournament Titles in 1996 and 2003

Goalkeeper Greg Velho was named the most outstanding player of the 1996 BIG EAST Championship. Velho posted a shutout in Notre Dame’s 1-0 title game win over Rutgers.

The Fighting Irish celebrate a goal during their 2-1 semifinal victory over Connecticut in Piscataway, N J.

Chris Sawyer (left) and Justin Detter (right) hoist the 2003 BIG EAST Championship trophy. Sawyer was named the tournament’s most outstanding defensive player, while Detter was named the most outstanding offensive player.

Kevin Richards (left above) and current Irish assistant coach Chad Riley (right above) deposited goals in Notre Dame’s 2-0 triumph of St. John’s during the title game of the 2003 BIG EAST Championship.

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All-Time MCC Results Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament Results 1988 Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 6, Detroit 0 Xavier, Dayton 0 (forfeit) Evansville 5, Loyola 0 Semifinals: Notre Dame 2, Evansville 0 St. Louis 1, Dayton 0 (forfeit) Finals: Notre Dame 2, St. Louis 0 1989 Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 3, Xavier 2 Evansville 2, Loyola 1 Dayton 2, Marquette 1 St. Louis 3, Detroit 1 Semifinals: Evansville 2, Dayton 1 St. Louis 2, Notre Dame 1 Finals: Evansville 4, St. Louis 1 1990 First Round: Xavier 2, Detroit 0 Quarterfinals: Evansville 5, Xavier 0 Marquette 3, Loyola 0 Dayton 3, Butler 1 St. Louis 1, Notre Dame 0 Semifinals: Evansville 6, Dayton 0 (OT) St. Louis 2, Marquette 0 Finals: Evansville 1, St. Louis 0 1991 Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 6, Detroit 0 Xavier 2, Loyola 1 (OT) Dayton 2, Butler 1 Semifinals: Notre Dame 2, Xavier 0 Evansville 2, Dayton 0 Finals: Evansville 2, Notre Dame 0 1992 Quarterfinals: La Salle 2, Xavier 1 Butler 2, Dayton 1 Evansville 2, Detroit 1 (OT) Notre Dame 2, Loyola 1 Semifinals: La Salle 1, Butler 1 (OT)* Evansville 3, Notre Dame 2 Finals: Evansville 2, La Salle 1 1993 Quarterfinals: Detroit 1, La Salle 1* Evansville 3, Loyola 1 (OT) Butler 4, Xavier 0 Semifinals: Detroit 1, Evansville 0 Notre Dame 2, Butler 0 Finals: Notre Dame 2, Detroit 0 1994 Quarterfinals: Butler 2, Northern Illinois 1 Detroit 1, Wisc.-Green Bay (OT)* Notre Dame 6, Xavier 2 Wisc.-Milwaukee 7, La Salle 1 Semifinals: Notre Dame 4, Butler 1 UW-Milw. 1, Detroit 0 (OT) Finals: Notre Dame 3, UW-Milw. 2 (OT) * – Game determined by penalty kicks

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Notre Dame captured its second consecutive Midwestern Collegiate Conference tournament crown in 1994 with a 3-2 overtime win against Wisconsin-Milwaukee. During Notre Dame’s seven years as a member of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, the Irish compiled a 24-13-4 record (.634) in regular-season competition and were 13-4 (.765) in seven tournament appearances. Notre Dame captured the tournament championship in 1988, won back-to-back titles in 1993 and 1994, and advanced to the semifinals of the MCC Tournament all but one season (1990). Notre Dame won the North Division regular-season championship in 1989 as the Irish finished with a 5-0-1 mark. Former Notre Dame head coach Mike Berticelli guided his squad to the regular-season championship in 1993 as the Irish finished with a 5-1 record. The most memorable showing for the Irish in the MCC Tournament came during the 1988 season when the Irish defeated fourth-ranked Evansville and third-ranked St. Louis on successive days to capture the tournament crown and earn the school’s first-ever NCAA bid. All three teams from the MCC were at-large selections into the NCAA tournament that season.

Regular-Season Standings 1989

1992

NORTH DIVISION Notre Dame Marquette Detroit Loyola

W 5 4 1 1

L 0 1 5 5

T 1 1 0 0

Pct. .900 .750 .167 .167

SOUTH DIVISION Evansville St. Louis Dayton Xavier

W 5 5 1 1

L 1 1 5 5

T 0 0 0 0

Pct. .833 .833 .167 .167

L 0 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7

T 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .750 .688 .625 .563 .313 .313 .125 .125

L 0 1 1 4 4 4 4

T 1 1 1 0 0 1 2

Pct. .917 .750 .750 .333 .333 .250 .167

1990 Evansville St. Louis Marquette Butler Dayton Loyola Notre Dame Xavier Detroit

W 8 6 5 5 4 2 2 1 1 1991

Evansville Notre Dame Loyola Butler Dayton Detroit Xavier

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Xavier Evansville Notre Dame Dayton Butler Loyola Detroit La Salle

W 5 4 4 4 2 2 1 1

L 0 1 2 2 4 4 5 5

T 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Pct. .857 .714 .643 .643 .357 .357 .214 .214

L 1 1 2 3 4 4 5

T 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

Pct. .833 .750 .583 .500 .333 .333 .167

1993 Notre Dame Detroit Evansville Butler Loyola Xavier La Salle

W 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 1994

EAST DIVISION Xavier Butler La Salle Detroit Wright State Cleveland State

W 5 5 5 4 3 1

L 3 3 4 4 6 8

T 0 0 0 2 0 0

Pct. .625 .625 .556 .500 .333 .111

WEST DIVISION Wisc.-Green Bay Wisc.-Milwaukee Northern Illinois Notre Dame Loyola Illinois-Chicago

W 7 7 5 4 3 2

L 2 3 3 4 5 2

T 0 1 1 0 0 0

Pct. .778 .682 .611 .500 .375 .250


MCC Honors/Awards Midwestern Collegiate Conference Player of the Year Bill Lanza .........................................................1993 Randy Morris ...................................................1988

MCC Tournament MVP Bert Bader .......................................................1993 Bill Lanza ...............................................1992, 1993 Tim Oates ........................................................1994

MCC Newcomer of the Year Bert Bader .......................................................1991 Bill Lanza .........................................................1992

MCC All-Tournament Team Kevin Adkisson ................................................1993 Bert Bader .......................................................1993 Tony Capasso ...................................................1994 Chris Dean .......................................................1993 Brett Hoffman .................................................1991 Konstantin Koloskov .......................................1994 Bill Lanza ...............................................1992, 1993 Paul LaVigne....................................................1989 Kenyon Meyer .................................................1991 Tim Oates ........................................................1994 Mike Palmer ....................................................1993 Kevin Pendergast ............................................1989

MCC Coach of the Year Mike Berticelli .................................................1993 MCC All-Conference First Team Tim Oates ..................................................1993, 1994 Bert Bader............................................................1993 Chris Dean............................................................1993 Bill Lanza...................................................1992, 1993 Brett Hoffman......................................................1991 Kenyon Meyer......................................................1991 Paul LaVigne........................................................1989 John Guignon ......................................................1988 Randy Morris .......................................................1988 Joe Sternberg.......................................................1988 Second Team Kevin Adkisson ....................................................1994 Bert Bader.......................................1991, 1992, 1994 Chris Dean ........................................................1994 Mike Palmer ...........................................1991, 1993 Tim Oates .........................................................1992 Kevin Pendergast ...................................1989, 1992 Mario Tricoci ...........................................1991, 1992 Jean Joseph ......................................................1991

MCC All-Newcomer Team Bert Bader .......................................................1991 Chris Dean .......................................................1991 Brian Engesser.................................................1993 Jean Joseph .....................................................1991 Bill Lanza .........................................................1992 Tim Oates ........................................................1991 Pat Sullivan......................................................1990 Kevin Pendergast ............................................1989 Bill Savarino ....................................................1994 Ryan Turner .....................................................1994

John Guignon was a key member of the Fighting Irish team that captured the MCC tournament title in 1988. He started all 23 games that season and tallied 16 points on six goals and four assists en route to being named to the all-MCC first team.

Head coach Mike Berticelli was instrumental in guiding the Fighting Irish and Konstantin Koloskov to back-to-back MCC tournament titles in 1993 and 1994.

Tim Oates (arm raised) celebrates with teammate Rick Christofer after scoring a hat trick in Notre Dame’s 4-1 win over No. 20 Rutgers in the 1993 season opener. Oates would go on to collect all-MCC first-team honors that season and again in 1994.

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Individual Records Goals Game: 5 Half: 4

Points Bill Lanza vs. DePaul, 1993 Kevin Lovejoy vs. St. Joseph’s, 1978

Season: 29 Kevin Lovejoy, 1978 Career: 67 Kevin Lovejoy, 1978-80 Team/Game: 13 vs. Valparaiso, 1978 Team/Season: 116 in 1978 Most Allowed/Game: 8 vs. Akron, 1985 Most Allowed/Season: 58 in 1978

Game: 10

Season: 63 Kevin Lovejoy, 1978 Career: 153 Kevin Lovejoy, 1978-80 Team/Game: 37 vs. Valparaiso, 1978 (13 goals, 11 assists) vs. St. Joseph, 1978 (12 goals, 13 assists) Team/Season: 327 1978

Assists Game: 4

Shots Attempted Game: 11 11

Richard Herdegen vs. Bethel, 1983 Joseph Lapira (twice) vs. West Virginia, 2005 & Syracuse, 2005

Season: 124 Kevin Lovejoy, 1980 Team/Game: 65 vs. St. Joseph’s, 1979

Bill Lanza vs. DePaul, 1993

Half: 4

Nick Scheeman vs. Valparaiso, 1978 Tom Daley vs. Bethel, 1983 Nick Scheeman vs. Valparaiso, 1978

Season: 17 Randy Morris, 1987 Career: 40 Randy Morris, 1985-88 Team/Game: 13 vs. Valparaiso, 1978 Team/Season: 95 in 1987

Games Played Season: 29 Mike Mai, 1979 Career: 91 Ryan Miller, 2003-07 90 Mark Luetkehans, 1979-83 90 Matt Besler, 2005-08 Consecutive Games: 89 Ryan Miller, 2003-07 88 Greg Dalby, 2003-06

Hat Tricks Season: 3 Career: 3

Kevin Lovejoy, 1979 Richard Herdegen, 1981-84 Kevin Lovejoy, 1978-80 Pat Szanto, 1983-86

Devon Prescod scored a hat trick against Cleveland State in 2003, helping the Irish to a 6-0 victory over the Vikings.

Goalkeeper Records Games Played Career: 83

Saves Game: 27

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Brian Cullather vs. Western Michigan, 1978

Season: 156 Hugh Breslin, 1985 Career: 311 Greg Velho, 1995-98 Team/Game: 27 vs. Western Michigan, 1978 Team/Season: 203 1978

Shutouts Season: 12 Chris Sawyer, 2003 12 Mark Steranka, 1983 Career: 32 Bert Bader, 1991-94 31 Chris Sawyer, 2001-04 Consecutive: 6 Mark Steranka, 1983 6 Chris Sawyer, 2004

Fewest Goals Allowed Season: 13 8

Greg Velho became Notre Dame’s career saves leader (311) in his final season in 1998.

Bert Bader, 1991-94

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Mark Steranka, 1983 (22 games played) Chris Sawyer, 2001 (15 games played) Chris Sawyer, 2004 (19 games played)


Team Records Largest Home Crowds

3,502 – Alumni Field, Oct. 14, 1994 (vs. SMU) 3,462 – Alumni Field, Oct. 17, 2007 (vs. Indiana) 3,417 – Krause Stadium, Sept. 20, 1991 (vs. Michigan State) 3,367 – Alumni Field, Aug. 27, 2007 (vs. Northwestern-exhibition) 3,339 – Alumni Field, Sept. 22, 1995 (vs. Indiana) 2,741 – Krause Stadium, Sept. 29, 1989 (vs. Indiana) 2,557 – Alumni Field, Sept. 2, 1997 (vs. Indiana)

Opponent Records Goals/Game: 8 Akron, 1985 Assists/Game: 5 Connecticut, 2007 4 Central Florida, 1985 Indiana, 1991 UCLA, 1994 St. John’s, 1997 Georgetown, 1998 Connecticut, 2005 USF, 2009 Points/Game: 18 Akron, 1985 (8 goals, 2 assists) Shots /Game: 35 Akron, 1981 Saves/Game: 19 St. Joseph’s, 1984 Shutouts/Season: 9 1980 Highest Scoring Average: 2.64 1984 Lowest Scoring Average: 0.45 2004

Bert Bader established program records for career games for a goalkeeper (83) and career shutouts (32). Bader played for the Fighting Irish from 1991-94.

Chris Sawyer posted 31 shutouts during his stellar career at Notre Dame. The two-time All-American compiled a school-record tying 12 clean sheets in 2003. As a senior in 2004, he tied another school record with six straight shutouts.

Ryan Miller played in a program-record 91 matches, including 90 starts, during his Fighting Irish career, which spanned 2003-07.

Miscellaneous Season Records Most Wins: Most Losses: Most Ties:

21 11 5

1978 1985, 1990 2007

Best Winning Percentage .917 1977 (16-1-1) Overtime Games 8 2003 8 2009 Overtime Wins 5 1987 Overtime Losses 2 1985, 1994, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008 ND Record in Overtime 40-29-40 (.550) Win Streak 26 (Sept. 20, ‘77-Oct. 1, ‘78) Home Winning Streak 23 (Sept. 20, ‘77-Nov. 11, ‘78) Road Winning Streak 8 (Sept. 29, ‘86-Oct. 1, ‘87) Consecutive Games Without a Loss 26 (Sept. 20, ‘77-Oct. 1, ‘78) Losing Streak 4 (1990, 1995, 1999) Non-Winning Streak 6 (1999) Fewest Goals 19 (2000) Least Goals Allowed 9 (2004) Highest Scoring Average 4.64 (1978) Lowest Scoring Average 1.11 (2000) Fewest Games Held Scoreless 1 (1977, 1978) Shutouts 14 (1979, 1983) Fouls 504 (1985) Corners 201 (1979) Consecutive Shutouts 7 (1983) Shots 801 (1979) Fastest Goal 0:10 vs. St. Joseph ‘s (Ind.) (1978 - Second Half) Highest Combined Score 14 vs. Valparaiso, 13-1 (W) (1978)

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Career/Season Records Single-Season Bests

Career Bests

Goals

G

1. Kevin Lovejoy 2. Terry Finnegan 3. Joseph Lapira Kevin Lovejoy 5. Bruce McCourt Richard Herdegan Richard Herdegen Pat Szanto Mario Manta Kevin Lovejoy

29 24 22 22 16 16 16 16 16 16

Assists 1. Randy Morris 2. Sami Kahale Mike Mai 4. Bill Hagerty 5. Chad Riley Randy Morris Rob Snyder

Year

Goals

Gm

G

1978 1978 2006 1979 1986 1984 1983 1983 1982 1980

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

73 84 87 87 89 79 73 74 74 38 78 54 76 80 84

67 57 46 43 41 38 36 36 35 34 33 29 29 28 28

G

Year

17 15 15 13 12 12 12

1987 1981 1979 1977 2002 1988 1981

Points

G

A Pts. Year

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

29 22 24 22 16 16

5 11 4 6 10 8

Kevin Lovejoy Kevin Lovejoy Terry Finnegan Joseph Lapira Richard Herdegen Mario Manta

63 55 52 50 42 40

1979 1978 1978 2006 1983 1982

Bill Lanza averaged 0.46 assists per game during his Irish career.

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9. 10. 11. 12. 14.

Kevin Lovejoy, 1978-80 Richard Herdegen, 1981-84 Bruce McCourt, 1985-88 Joe Sternberg, 1985-88 Joseph Lapira, 2004-07 Tim Oates, 1991-94 Erich Braun, 1999-02 Mario Manta, 1979-82 Sami Kahale, 1978-81 Terry Finnegan, 1977-78 Pat Szanto, 1983-85 Bill Lanza, 1992-95 Kevin Pendergast, 1989-92 Justin Detter, 2000-03 Randy Morris, 1985-88

Assists

Richard Herdegen ranks second among Irish players in goals (57) and points (137).

Gm Ast.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Randy Morris, 1985-88 Chad Riley, 2000-03 Sami Kahale, 1978-81 Bill Lanza, 1992-95 Kevin Goldthwaite, 2001-04 Joseph Lapira, 2004-07 Richard Herdegen, 1981-84 8. Rob Snyder, 1980-83 9. Tim Oates, 1991-94 Steve Chang, 1981-83 Mike Mai, 1978-80 12. Tom Daley, 1982-84

84 78 74 54 75 89 84 51 79 55 73 56

40 32 30 25 24 23 23 22 21 21 21 20

Tim Oates stands sixth on the all-time career goals scored list and ninth on the career assist list.

Points

Gm

G

Ast.

Pts.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

73 84 87 87 89 74 79 84 74 73 54 78 38 80 76 84 51 86 74 64

67 57 46 43 41 35 38 28 36 36 29 33 34 28 29 26 23 27 25 23

19 23 19 20 23 30 21 40 18 13 25 12 7 18 13 16 22 12 14 18

153 137 111 106 105 100 97 96 90 85 83 78 75 74 71 68 68 66 64 64

Kevin Lovejoy, 1978-80 Richard Herdegen, 1981-84 Bruce McCourt, 1985-88 Joe Sternberg, 1985-88 Joseph Lapira, 2004-07 Sami Kahale, 1978-81 Tim Oates, 1991-94 Randy Morris, 1985-88 Mario Manta, 1979-82 Erich Braun, 1999-02 Bill Lanza, 1992-95 Pat Szanto, 1983-86 Terry Finnegan, 1977-78 Justin Detter, 2000-03 Kevin Pendergast, 1989-92 Ken Harkenrider, 1980-83 Rob Synder, 1980-83 18. Bright Dike, 2005-09 19. Keith Carlson, 1991-94 David Miles, 1981-85

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BIG EAST Era Fighting Irish in the BIG EAST Era (since 1995) Notre Dame Goals in a Game 8-0 … vs. DePaul (9/3/95) 7-0 … vs. Valparaiso (9/8/95) 7-1 … vs. Western Michigan (10/14/97) 6-0 … vs. Western Illinois (10/11/96) 6-0 … vs. Cleveland State (10/14/03) 6-1 … vs. Valparaiso (9/1/98) Goals vs. Ranked Teams 5 … vs. #21 Michigan (9/1/09) (5-0, W) 5 … vs. #5 South Florida (9/7/08) (5-0, W) 5 … vs. #12 Indiana (9/3/06) (5-4, W, OT) 4 … vs. #7 Louisville (9/25/09) (4-0, W) 4 … vs. #8 Creighton (8/27/06) (4-1, W) 4 … vs. #16 Seton Hall (10/29/05) (4-0, W) 4 … vs. #7 SMU (9/2/05) (4-1, W) 4 … vs. #6 Seton Hall (9/7/02) (4-0, W) 3 … vs. #21 Georgetown (10/31/10) (3-0, W) 3 … vs. #1 Connecticut (10/13/07) (3-3, T) 3 … vs. #16 Michigan (10/3/07) (3-0, W) 3 … vs. #19 Michigan (10/13/04) (3-0, W) 3 … vs. #5 Connecticut (10/20/02) (3-1, W) Goals in Consecutive Games 15 … DePaul 8-0, Valparaiso 7-0 (1995) Consecutive Unanswered Goals 18 … (9/3/05 - 9/15/05) 11 … (9/23/06 - 10/7/06) 10 … (9/5/08 - 9/11/08) 10 … (10/7/06 - 10/18/06) 10 … (10/5/96 - 10/18/96) Shots in a Game 32 … vs. Drake (9/10/10) 30 … vs. Northwestern (9/29/10) 28 … vs. California (9/5/10) 27 … vs. Pittsburgh (10/27/10) 27 … vs. Seton Hall (10/22/08) 27 … vs. Loyola Marymount (9/28/95) Corner Kicks in a Game 15 … vs. Dartmouth (11/21/10) 15 … vs. West Virginia (10/17/09) 14 … vs. UAB (8/25/06) 14 … vs. Georgetown (10/23/96) Goal Scorers in a Game 6 … vs. Western Illinois (10/11/96) 6 … vs. DePaul (9/3/95) 5 … vs. Cal Poly (9/12/10) 5 … vs. South Florida (9/7/08) 5 … vs. Valparaiso (9/8/95) Quickest Goal (assist) 1:26 … Bill Lanza (Mathis) vs. Valparaiso (9/8/95) 1:43 … Tony Capasso (Koloskov) vs. Loyola Marymount (9/28/95) 1:56 … Justin McGeeney (Lapira) vs. DePaul (9/10/06) 2:03 … Joseph Lapira vs. Marquette (9/27/06) 2:06 … Bright Dike (Donohue) vs. Syracuse (9/21/08)

Josh Landman contributed to the most goals scored in consecutive games by Notre Dame in the BIG EAST era as the Irish downed DePaul 8-0 and Valparaiso 7-0 to open the 1995 campaign, their first in BIG EAST play. Landman, a midfielder, netted two goals in each match.

The Last Time it Happened Hat Trick Bright Dike vs. Michigan (9/1/09)

Individual had 2+ assists in one game Brendan King (3) vs. Georgetown (10/31/10)

Opponent Hat Trick Spencer Barton, Pittsburgh (9/20/00)

Individual had 5+ points in one game Bright Dike vs. Michigan – 6 pts. (3 G) (9/1/09)

Two Hat Tricks/Season Kevin Lovejoy, 1979

Individual had 7+ points in one game Dave Donohue vs. Marquette – 7 pts. (3 G, 1 A) (9/11/08)

Three Hat Tricks/Season Kevin Lovejoy, 1979 Shutout Notre Dame 3, Georgetown 0 (10/31/10)

Individual had 8+ points in one game Joseph Lapira vs. Indiana – 8 pts. (4 G) (9/3/06)

Opponent Shutout Louisville 1, Notre Dame 0 (OT) (11/12/10) BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals

Individual had 2+ goals in a half Steven Perry vs. Georgetown 2 goals in second half (10/31/10)

10+ Goals/Game Notre Dame 10, DePaul 0 (9/24/86)

Individual had 2+ assists in a half Brendan King vs. Georgetown 3 assists in second half (10/31/10)

10+ Assists/Game 13 vs. Bethel (11/2/82) 10+ Saves/Game Greg Velho (12) vs. St. John’s (9/26/98) Opponent 10+ Saves/Game 12 by Dartmouth (11/21/10) NCAA Tournament Second Round Individual had 2+ goals in one game Steven Perry (2) vs. Georgetown (10/31/10)

Individual had 5+ points in a half Bright Dike vs. Michigan 6 points (3g) in second half (9/1/09) Individual had 10+ shots in a game Joseph Lapira vs. Syracuse – 11 (11/2/05) Scored 5+ goals in a game Notre Dame 5, Cal Poly 0 (9/12/10) Allowed 5+ goals in a game Rutgers 5, Notre Dame 2 (10/11/03)

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All-Time Roster Name Kevin Adkisson Bobby Allong Steve Archer Andrew Aris Matt Armstrong Dave Augustyn Bert Bader Peter Bandera John Baumgardner Bill Beasley Rolfe Behrje Andrew Benton Erik Berg Jay Berhalter Antonio Bernal Brian Berry Steve Berry Matt Besler Tony Bezouska Burt Blaha Chuck Bidinger David Bidinger Mark Bidinger Ben Bocklage Luke Boughen Tom Bowsher Erich Braun Jim Braunlin Hugh Breslin Jeb Brovsky Leon Brown Roger Brown Jamie Brummes Shawn Bryden Steve Burgoon Justin Campbell Louis Canaluis Tony Capasso Keith Carlson Ted Carnevale Mike Carney John Cavanaugh Steve Chang Rick Christofer Filippo Chillemi Joe Ciuni Kevin Coghlan Tom Connaghan Keith Connor Chris Conway Justin Cordon B.J. Cotter Dan Coughlin Ryan Cox Kyle Craft Tom Crotty Ben Crouse Mark Crowe Brian Cullather David Cutler Kyle Dagan Greg Dalby Tom Daley Chris Dean Matt DeDominicis Justin Detter Paul Devereux Ivor Deweydenthal Brendan Dillmann Bright Dike Mark Dolan Dave Donohue Dom Driano Mike Drury Brian Dubay Bilal Duckett Kyle Dulworth

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Years 1991-92-93-94 1988-89-90-91 1987-88 1996-97-98-99 2007-08-09 1986-87-88-89 1991-92-93-94 1996-97-98-99 2006 1982-83-84 1986-87-88-89 2004-05-06-07 1994 1990-91 1998 1982-83 1979-80-81-82 2005-06-07-08 1977 1979-80-81 1983-85 1980-81-83 1982-83-84-85 1995-96-97-98 2001-02-03-04 1983 1999-00-01-02 1979 1983-85-86 2007-08-09-10 2010 1979-80-81 1986 1992 1977-78-79-80 1997 1987 1993-94-95-96 1991-92-93-94 1977-78 1984 2004 1981-82-83 1991-92-93-94 2000-01-02-03 1977-78-79-80 1980-81 1987-88-89-90 1977 1991-92-93-94 1998 1998-00-01 1981-82-84 1996-98-99 2010 1977-78-79 2002-03-04-05 1987-88-89-90 1977-78-79 1994-95-97-98 2005-06-07-08 2003-04-05-06 1982-83-84 1991-92-93-94 1996-97-98-99 2000-01-02-03 1977-78-79 1986 1989-90-91-92 2005-06-07-08-09 1995-96 2006-07-08-09 1981-82-83-84 1987-88 1994-95 2007-08-09-10 2004-05-06-07

Gms 76 22 7 78 66 86 83 8 0 15 83 16 0 3 5 13 73 90 NA 4 18 32 72 79 72 12 73 NA 50 87 0 15 1 16 37 0 1 74 74 39 4 0 55 28 55 66 21 79 NA 13 0 21 11 57 0 60 34 43 9 58 23 88 56 81 21 80 39 1 70 86 15 70 57 45 6 42 29

G 1 2 0 13 0 1 0 1 0 5 13 0 0 0 0 2 6 5 0 1 0 1 12 19 5 0 36 0 0 15 0 1 0 3 4 0 0 20 25 7 0 0 9 1 0 14 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 1 4 0 1 0 4 11 2 0 28 1 0 7 27 0 8 1 0 0 1 0

A 3 1 1 18 4 9 5 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 2 12 7 0 0 1 4 15 8 6 0 13 0 1 12 0 2 1 1 4 0 0 13 14 15 1 0 21 3 3 10 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 7 1 2 1 2 1 2 20 7 0 18 3 0 9 12 0 7 2 1 0 0 1

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Pts. 5 5 1 44 4 11 5 2 0 12 34 0 0 0 0 6 24 17 0 2 1 6 39 46 16 0 85 0 1 42 0 4 1 7 12 0 0 53 64 29 1 0 39 5 3 38 3 24 0 0 0 0 1 26 0 23 3 10 1 4 1 10 42 11 0 74 5 0 23 66 0 23 4 1 0 2 1

MW-Pos 4-M 1-M 0-F 4-F 3-M 4-D 4-GK 1-F/M M 1-F 4-M 3-M/D 0-D 0-M 1-M/F 1-M 3-M 4-D 1-M 0-M 1-D 1-M 4-M 4-F 4-D/M 1-M 4-F 0-D 2-GK 4-M/F 0-F 1-D 0-M 1-F 1-D/M 0-M 0-M 4-M 4-F/M 2-F 0-F 0-D 3-F/M 3-M 4-M 3-M 1-D 4-F 0-D 1-M 0-M 2-D 2-GK 3-F 0-M 2-D 3-D 2-D 2-GK 3-D 2-D 4-D/M 3-M 4-D 2-D 4-M/F 3-M 0-M 4-M 4-F 1-F 3-M 3-D 2-D 1-D 2-D 3-M

Hometown St. Louis, MO Houston, TX Basking Ridge, NJ Auckland, New Zealand Phoenix, AZ Fort Wayne, IN Dallas, TX South Bend, IN Eagan, MN Menlo Park, CA Portage, MI Marietta, GA Paradise Valley, AZ Tenafly, NJ Barranquilla, Columbia Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC Overland Park, KS Berwyn, IL Sea Girt, NJ Rockville, MD Rockville, MD Rockville, MD St. Louis, MO San Juan Capistrano, CA Maplewood, NJ Frankfurt, Germany Dayton, OH Morristown, NJ Lakewood, CO Mattapan, MA Wheaton, IL Burnsville, MN Sugar Land, TX Voorheesville, NY Westlake, NY Miami, FL Winnipeg, Manitoba Klein, TX Oradell, NJ Chesterfield, MO Granger, IN Burnsville, MN Avon, CT Roswell, GA Walton Heights, OH Bloomington, IN Palos Verdes, CA Kansas City, MO Unionville, CT Little Rock, AR Cincinnati, OH St. Louis, MO Broadview Heights, OH Tulsa OK Darien, CT Oak Park, CA Maui, HI Michigan City, IN Seattle, WA Westlake Village, CA Poway, CA Park Ridge, IL Plano, TX Simsbury, CT White Lake, MI Rochester, NY Munich, Germany Tampa, FL Edmond, OK Granger, IN Reading, MA Bellevue, WA Westfield, NJ Durham, NC Peachtree City, GA Fort Wayne, IN


Name Tony Dwyer Jack Elliot Eric Evans Brian Engesser Ian Etherington Drew Farina Eric Ferguson Sean Fieber Terry Finnegan Mike Fitzpatrick Jim Flynn Andreas Forstner John Fossella Jason Fox Oliver Franklin Robert Fuller Joe Gallo John Gallo Peter Gansler Rafael Garcia Kevin Garvey Tom Gerlacher John Gibbs Robert Gildea Dan Gordon Allen Gianotti Paul Gluckow Kevin Goldthwaite Ed Graham Bill Gross John Guignon Bill Hagerty Ken Harkenrider Joe Heider Shea Helmle Monty Henige Rich Herdegen Mark Hentschell Christopher High Brett Hoffmann Joe Holterman Joe Hohl Tom Holubeck Griffin Howard Joe Howe James Jacobs Brian Jarvis Matt Johnson Duffy Jones Jason Jorski Jean Joseph Kevin Kade Paul Kaemmerer T.R. Kane Sami Kahale Tom Kellenberg Mitch Kern Ben Ketchum Brendan King Jeff Kitchen Roger Klauer Greg Klazura Roman Klos Michael Knapp Konstantin Koloskov Ted Kommers Steve Kramer Steve Kranz Alex Kratz Chris Kruel Dave Krus Craig Krzyskowski Paul LaJoie Rob LaMear Bart Lanahan Josh Landman Bill Lanza Joseph Lapira Connor LaRose Paul LaVigne

Years 1977 1990-91-92-93 1983-84-85 1993-94-95-96 2003-04-05-06 1993-94 1992 1986 1977-78 1990 1983-84-85-86 1999-00-01 1984 1991-92-93-94 1977-79-80 1982 1994-95-96-97 1977 1993-94-95-96 1999-00-01-02 1977-79 1985-86 1984-85 1977 1985-86-87-88 1980-81 1984-85-86-87 2001-02-03-04 1979-80-81-82 1984-85 1985-86-87-88 1977 1980-81-82-83 1977 1999-2000 1985 1981-82-83-84 1977 2001-02-03-04 1989-90-91 1980-81 1982 1981 1997-98-99-00-01 1982-83-84 1978-79-80 2000-01 1995-96-97-98 1991 1996-97-98-99 1991-92-93-94 1986 1989 1993 1978-79-80-81 1977 1988-89-90 1992-93 2008-09-10 1982 2003 2007-08-09-10 1977-78 2008-09-10 1993-94-95-96 1985 1979-80-81 1983-84-85 1987 1981 1985 2009-10 1988 1987-88 1996 1992-93-94-95 1992-93-94-95 2004-05-06-07 1997-98-99-00 1987-88-89-90

Gms NA 23 37 71 79 4 17 3 38 5 6 54 19 74 NA 9 78 NA 63 59 14 42 11 NA 75 10 39 75 18 48 78 17 84 NA 17 9 84 NA 35 57 42 20 10 42 41 NA 14 81 3 32 61 22 15 3 74 NA 58 13 63 3 3 26 42 2 74 NA 11 13 18 3 1 2 1 9 2 20 54 89 68 79

G 0 2 3 2 7 0 0 0 34 0 0 2 5 10 0 1 2 0 2 6 1 3 3 0 1 1 1 6 3 2 18 9 26 0 0 0 57 0 3 0 0 6 1 5 5 0 0 2 0 0 13 1 2 0 35 0 9 1 5 0 0 1 12 0 24 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 29 41 3 1

A 0 2 5 8 10 0 3 0 7 0 0 3 0 9 0 1 8 0 2 6 1 8 1 0 0 2 0 24 7 7 11 13 16 0 0 0 23 0 0 1 5 8 1 1 5 0 0 11 1 0 11 2 2 0 30 0 9 0 12 0 0 1 14 0 14 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 25 23 7 2

Pts. 0 6 11 12 24 0 3 0 75 0 0 7 10 29 0 3 12 0 6 18 3 14 7 0 2 4 2 36 13 11 47 31 68 0 0 0 137 0 6 1 5 20 3 11 15 0 0 15 1 0 37 4 6 0 100 0 27 2 22 0 0 3 38 0 62 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 83 105 13 4

MW-Pos 0-F 1-F 2-M 4-D 4-M 0-M 1-F 0-F 2-F 0-M 3-GK 3-D/M 1-F 4-M 3-D 1-M 4-M 1-D 4-D 4-F 1-F 1-F 1-F 1-F 4-D 1-F 4-D 4-M/D 1-F 3-F 4-M 1-M 4-F/M 0-F 1-F 1-D 4-F 1-M 3-D 3-D 2-D 1-M 1-M 3-M 2-F 1-D 2-M/F 4-M/D 0-M 4-M/D 4-F 1-M 1-F 0-M 3-F 0-M 3-M 1-M 3-M 0-M 1-F 2-M/D 2-F 0-D 4-M 0-D 2-M 1-F 1-M 0-D 1-GK 1-D 0-M 0-M 0-M 0-M 3-F 4-F 4-M 4-D

Hometown Morristown, NJ Penfield, NY Lake Oswego, OR Huntington Beach, CA Temecula, CA Furlong, PA Chesapeake, VA Torrance, CA Universal City, MO Barrington, IL Evansville, IN Gerlinden, Germany Maplewood, NJ Avon, CT Chicago, IL Cedar Lake, IN Modesto, CA Wolcott, NY Glendale, WI Palmdale, CA Pittsburgh, PA Columbus, OH Arlington Heights, IL Andover, MA Omaha, NE Portland, OR Ocean Grove, NJ Sacramento, CA Naperville, IL Hazlet, NJ St. Louis, MO Dayton, OH Ft. Wayne, IN St. Louis, MO Valrico, FL Flint, MI Somerset, England Chesterfield, MO Camarillo, CA Silver Spring, MD Milwaukee, WI Ontario, Canada Cincinnati, OH San Diego, CA Freehold, NJ Bethesda, MD Pomona, CA Livermore, CA Atlanta, GA Lutz, FL Marriott, GA Manhasset, NY Palos Verdes , CA Columbus, OH Rome, Italy South Bend, IN San Jose, CA South Bend, IN Naperville, IL Tulsa, OK Granger, IN Rockford, IL Parma, OH Arlington, TX Moscow, Russia South Bend, IN Rockville, MD Worthington, OH Cincinnati, OH Wauwatosa, WI Solon, OH Western Springs, IL Richardson, TX St. Louis, MO Big Flats, NY Beverly, MA Dumfries, VA Lake Charles, LA Claremont, CA St. Louis, MO

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All-Time Roster Name Steve LaVigne Terry Lee Marvin Lett Peter Logan Mark Lorenzen Kevin Lovejoy Scott Lowell Steve Lowney Mark Luetkehans Tom Luetkehans Andrew Luttrell Danny Lyons Alan Lyskawa Matt Mahoney Martin Mangialardi Mike Mai Stephen Maio Mario Manta Stewart MacDonald Shawn Magsig Greg Martin Kurt Martin Chris Mathis Aaron Maund Gianni Mauro Brian Mayglothing Kevin Mayo Pat McClanahan Bruce McCourt Brad McCurrie Brian McCurrie Dan McCurrie Tom McFarland Justin McGeeney Sean McGrath Reggie McKnight Rich McMonagle Matt McNew Bob McTabeney Tony Megna James Melvin Adam Mena Kevin Mewborn Kenyon Meyer Steve Milan David Miles Ryan Miller Steve Miller Danny Milton Diego Miron Luke Mishu Jim Moellering Randy Morris Jim Morrissey Justin Morrow John Mousinho Warrick Muldrow Andy Murray Joe Murray Bill Murphy Brendan Murphy Brian Murphy Pat Murphy Philip Murphy Jock Mutschler Tim Nauman Nate Norman Bob Novak Bruce Novotny John Novotny Tim Oates Evan Oliver Danny O’Leary Andrew O’Malley Ed O’Malley Mike Palmer Drew Palumbo Kevin Pendergast

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Years 1987-88-89-90 2005-06-07-08 1985-86 1977 2007 1978-79-80 1977-78 1984-85-86-87 1979-80-82-83 1977-78-79 2007-08-09-10 1987-88-89 1999-00-01-02 1995 1983-84-85 1977-78-79 1997-98-99-00 1979-80-81-82 1982-83-84-85 1986 2000-01-02-03 2004-05-06-07 1993-94-95-96 2008-09-10 2001-02 1989 1985-86-87-88 1986 1985-86-87-88 1979-80-81-82 1979-80 1977-78-79-80 1982-83-84 2003-04-05-06 2008-09-10 1997-98-99-00 1979-80 1996-97-98-99 1982 2002-03-04-05 1979-80 2008-09-10 1989 1989-90-91 1979 1980-82-84-85 2003-04-05-06-07 1977-78-79-80 1983 1988 2010 1977 1985-86-87-88 1978-79-80-81 2006-07-08-09 2004 1988 1997 1977 1978-79-80 1990-91 2003-04 1986-87-88 1995-96-97-98 1982-83-84-85 1977-78-79 2003-04-05-06 2009-10 1980-81-82-83 1981 1991-92-93-94 1998-99-00 2009-10 2010 1978-79-80-81 1990-91-92-93 1981-82 1989-90-91-92

Gms 76 1 42 18 0 73 NA 82 90 23 9 24 47 15 32 73 46 74 54 3 74 74 82 59 3 13 4 20 87 15 9 82 19 71 7 66 NA 80 1 60 NA 36 2 57 NA 64 91 45 3 3 0 18 84 NA 89 12 5 2 NA 65 18 8 64 56 61 63 82 2 65 4 79 0 12 0 47 65 NA 76

G 13 0 4 1 0 67 0 5 7 1 0 0 2 0 2 18 0 36 3 1 13 7 12 2 0 0 0 0 45 0 2 11 2 15 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 3 0 14 0 23 7 2 0 1 0 14 28 0 7 1 0 0 0 8 1 0 13 0 1 8 7 0 2 1 38 0 0 0 25 11 0 29

A 10 0 1 2 0 19 0 9 11 0 0 1 4 0 1 21 2 18 5 0 9 5 15 3 0 0 0 0 19 1 1 15 2 3 0 7 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 7 0 18 11 1 0 0 0 2 40 0 7 0 0 0 0 12 1 2 6 1 3 15 13 0 4 0 21 0 0 0 13 17 0 13

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Pts. 36 0 9 4 0 153 0 19 25 2 0 1 8 0 5 57 2 90 11 2 35 19 39 7 0 0 0 0 109 1 5 37 6 33 0 17 0 14 0 12 0 6 0 35 0 64 25 5 0 2 0 30 96 0 21 2 0 0 0 28 3 2 32 1 5 31 27 0 8 2 97 0 0 0 63 39 0 71

MW-Pos 4-M 1-D 2-M 1-F 0-M 3-F/M 1-D 4-D 4-M/F 2-D 1-F 3-GK 4-M 1-D 1-D 2-F 3-D 3-F 3-D 0-M/F 4-M 4-F/M 4-M 3-D 0-D 1-D 2-GK 1-D 4-F 3-F 0-M 4-M 1-M 4-F 1-D 4-M 0-D 4-D/M 0 3-F 0-D 2-M 0-M 3-D 0-M 3-F 4-D/M 3-F/D 0-M 0 0-D 1-F 4-F 1-F 4-M/F 1-M/D 0-M 0-D 0-F 3-M 1-F 0-F 3-F 4-M/D 3-D 3-M 4-M 0-M 3-D 0 4-F 0-D 1-M/D 0-D 2-M 4-F 1-M 4-F

Hometown St. Louis, MO Cleveland, OH Dallas, TX Fort Wayne, IN Naperville, IL Seattle, WA Cincinnati, OH San Jose, CA Wheaton, IL Wheaton, IL Granger, IN Albuquerque, NM Novi, MI Oakville, ONT Lake Ronkonkoma, NY Houston, TX Ontario, Canada Aden,Yemen Kettering, OH Boca Raton, FL Plano, TX McAllen, TX Kaiserslautern, Germany Dorchester, MA Washington, MI Wilton, CT Indianapolis, IN Crofton, MD Granger, IN Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA Flossmoor, IL Ames, IA Indianapolis, IN Greenville, SC Alexandria, VA Arlington, TX Scotch Plains, NJ Middleton, WI Portsmouth, RI Holland, MI Kingwood, TX Louisville, KY Calgary, Canada South Bend, IN Barrington, IL Rochester, NY Short Hills, NJ Louisville, KY Knoxville, TN Florissant, MO Los Gatos, CA Dayton, OH Cleveland, OH Buckinghamshire, England Neptune, NJ Lexington, KY Columbus, OH St. Louis, MO West Redding, CT Granger, IN Chesterfield, MO Brentwood, TN Fairport, NY Kettering, OH Rochester, MI Homer Glen, IL Manahawkin, NJ Creve Coeur, MD Virginia Beach, VA Los Angeles, CA Naperville, IL West Chester, PA Massapequa, NY South Bend, IN Ft. Washington, MD Simsbury, CT


Name Tom Pernsteiner Mike Pecoraro Steven Perry Pascal Piazza Larry Pilliod Dillon Powers Ray Prado Charles Prejean Devon Prescod Dustin Pridmore Alex Priede Jude Quinn Bill Ralph Justin Ratcliffe Geoff Raynor Cory Rellas Dale Rellas Doug Reilly Steve Reymer Jeff Rhodes Jim Rice Kyle Richard Kevin Richards Tont Richardson Chad Riley Karl Roemer Kurt Roemer Paul Rodriguez Michael Rose Tom Rosshert Matt Rosso Chris Ryan Steve Ryan Jim Sabitus Tamba Samba Peter Sanchez Bill Savarino Kevin Sax Larry Scanlon John Schaefer Jorge Schippers Fred Schlicting Nick Schneeman Mark Schmitz Jay Schwartz Ted Schwartz Brian Sheehan Harrison Shipp Larry Smith Tye Smith Dan Stebbins John Stephens Joe Sternberg Jack Stewart Dan Storino John Storino Tim Storino Mike Stronczek Rob Snyder Jim Stein Matt Stolwyk Bill Sullivan Mike Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Mike Susi Chris Sutton Phil Sweetser Patrick Szanto Nick Tarnay Dan Tarullo Chris Telk Joe Thesing Josh Thiermann Michael Thomas Jon Mark Thompson Eric Tilley Sean Toomey Jack Traynor

Years 1986 1982 2007-08-09-10 1977-78 1979 2009-10 1991-92-93-94 1977 2000-01-02-03 1997-98-99-2000 2010 1979 1978 1999-00-01-02 1977-78 2005-06-07-08-09 2002-03-04-05-06 1986 1984-85 1990 1977-78 2009-10 2000-01-02-03 1991-92-93-94 2000-01-02-03 1988 1985-87 1999-00-01-02 2008-09-10 1977 1998-99-00-01 1984 1983-84 1977-78-79 2006-07-08-09 1990 1994-95-96-97 1989-90 1988 2006-07-08-09 2003-04 1991-92-93 1977-78 1986 1979-80-81-82 1980-81-82-83 2004 2010 1980-81-82 1998 1987-88-89-90 2002-03-04-05 1985-86-87-88 2001-02-03-04 1997-98-99-2000 1993-94 1998-99-00-01 1980 1980-81-83 1978-79-80-81 1979-80 1977-78 1979-80-81-82 1990-91 1978 2008-09-10 1978-79-80-81 1983-84-85 2002-03 1977 1982-83-84-85 1980 2007-08-09 2006-07-08-09 2002-03-04-05 2009-10 1985 2005-06-07-08

Gms 15 7 75 NA NA 38 52 NA 75 55 0 10 20 76 NA 53 62 4 24 17 20 15 79 70 78 20 43 19 33 NA 44 9 16 47 43 18 81 18 11 25 0 7 42 2 69 65 0 20 41 1 77 60 87 82 4 1 11 NA 51 44 19 19 48 15 NA 32 12 78 0 NA 77 NA 43 83 29 0 2 86

G 0 1 15 0 0 4 6 0 22 5 0 0 12 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 6 10 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 3 9 3 3 9 2 0 2 0 0 8 1 13 4 0 0 2 0 11 1 43 4 0 0 0 0 23 3 2 1 6 0 0 0 1 33 0 0 10 0 2 19 0 0 0 2

A 0 1 8 0 0 9 4 0 10 5 0 1 5 2 0 5 1 0 0 1 1 1 9 4 32 1 9 0 5 0 3 1 1 9 1 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 12 0 9 10 0 6 5 0 4 5 20 2 0 0 0 0 22 1 2 4 17 0 0 0 1 12 0 0 16 0 1 13 0 0 0 7

Pts. 0 3 38 0 0 17 16 0 54 15 0 1 29 8 0 11 1 0 0 5 1 1 13 16 52 1 13 2 9 0 7 1 7 27 7 6 30 6 0 4 0 0 28 2 35 18 0 6 9 0 26 7 106 10 0 0 0 0 68 7 6 6 29 0 0 0 3 78 0 0 36 0 5 51 0 0 0 11

MW-Pos 1-D 0-F 4-F 2-D 1-D 2-M 4-M 1-D 4-F 5-M/D 0-F 1-D 1-F 4-M 2-D 3-M/D 4-D 0-M 2-D 1-D 2-D 1-M/F 4-D 4-F 4-M 1-F 2-M 2-M 2-M/F 0-F 4-M/F 1-M 1-F 3-M 3-F 1-F 4-F 1-M 0-M 1-D 0-F 1-M 2-M 0-M 4-M 3-D 0-D 1-F 2-D 0-M 4-F 4-M 4-M 4-D/M 1-M 0-M 1-D 0-M 2-F 3-D 0-F 2-M 3-M 1-M 0-M 2-M/D 2-D 3-F/M 0-M/D 0-M 4-M 0-D 3-F/M 4-M/D 3-M 0-M/D 0-M 4-D

Hometown Canton, OH Cincinnati, OH Edmond, OK Houston, TX Pedrigal, Mexico Plano, TX Boca Raton, FL Danbury, CT Marrietta, GA Dallas, TX Cincinnati, OH Bethlehem, PA Livonia, MI Miami, FL Rockville, MD Plano, TX Plano, TX Bridgeville, IL Bethlehem, PA San Jose, CA Manhasset, NY Louisville, KY Warwick, Bermuda Windsor, CT Houston, TX South Bend, IN South Bend, IN San Antonio, TX Severna Park, MD LaGrange, IL Churchville, PA Bridgewater, NJ New Orleans, LA Vestal, NY Indianapolis, IN Portage, IN Orland Park, IL Vestal, NY Ballston Lake, NY Troy, MI Guatemala City, Guatemala Baldwin, MO St. Paul, MN Oakland, CA Bellevue, WA Silver Spring, MD Denver, CO Lake Forest, IL Lake Ronkonkoma, NY Conyers, GA Milwaukee, WI Woodbridge, IL Bloomington, MN Torrance, CA Inverness, IL Inverness, IL Inverness, IL Fort Wayne, IN Dallas, TX Lockport, NY St. Louis, MO Canton, MA St. Louis, MO Chagrin Falls, OH Middletown, CT Apple Valley, MN Edina, MN Poughkeepsie, NY Fairview Park, OH Waltham, MA Denver, CO Kansas City, MO Stoughton, WI Olathe, KS Cape Girardeau, MO Albuquerque, NM Seattle, WA St. Charles, MO

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All-Time Roster Name Mario Tricoci Ryan Turner Grant Van De Casteele Bill Varanka Rob Verfurth Shane Walton Eric Watkins Scott Wells Bill Wetterer Dane Whitley Ed Williams Patrick Williams Randy Wittry Alan Woods Alex Yoshinaga Ron Yuro Jim Zaremba Ted Zeller Matt Zimmer

Years 1989-90-91-92 1994-96-97 2009-10 1980 1978-80 1998 1982-83 1994-95-96-97-98 1977-78-79 1991-92-93-94 1982 1998 1977-78 1996-97 2004-05-06-07-08 1985-86 1980 1985 1994-95

Gms 60 62 20 4 NA 18 14 47 61 45 15 7 42 42 89 2 5 1 16

G 1 21 2 1 0 10 0 3 13 1 7 0 0 3 9 0 1 0 0

Name Tom Apker Dave Augustyn Bert Bader Art Batista Nino Berticelli Hugh Breslin Chris Cahill Dan Coughlin Brian Cullather Matt Fitz Jim Flynn Carl Gebo Joe Giglia Peter Gulli Tim Hartigan Bill Hickey Richard Hogan Mark Klein John Krivacic Josh Landman Adam LaPlaca Danny Lyons Kevin Mayo Gerard McCarthy Justin Michaud John Milligan John Moore Pat Polking Greg Principato Andrew Quinn Bob Ritger Mike Sattan Chris Sawyer Luke Seibolt Gerick Short Doug Sidney David Smith Mark Steranka Cole Straub Greg Tait Philip Tuttle Peter Van de Ven Bob VanHoomissen Greg Velho Patrick Wall Will Walsh

Years 1977 1986-87-88-89 1991-92-93-94 1990-91-92 1996-97 1983-85-86 2003-04-05-06-07 1981-82-84 1977-78-79 1990-91 1983-84-85-85 1982-83 1979 1988-89-90 1985 1979-80 1977 1977 1996-97 1994-95 2010 1987-88-89 1985-88 1979-80-81-82 2002-03-04-05 1978-79-80-81 1999 1992-95 1977 2005-06-07-08-09 1978-80 1988 2001-02-03-04 2005-06-07-08 1995-96-97-98-99 1992-93 1993 1982-83-84 1999-00-01 1999-00-01-02 2006-07-08-09-10 1994-95 1978-79-80 1995-96-97-98 2010 2008-09-10

Gms NA 1 83 1 0 50 65 22 9 10 13 8 4 24 5 NA NA NA 0 0 0 64 9 52 11 56 0 3 NA 37 5 1 73 0 26 1 4 41 7 28 33 9 2 76 0 7

Min NA 6 7643:34 12:00 0 4001:51 5913:06 752:17 NA 586:54 763:50 220:00 NA 1392:55 61:56 NA NA NA 0:00 0:00 0:00 5731:05 215:13 3139:48 65:25 2567:30 0:00 46:15 NA 3135:13 153:42 10:00 6661:14 0:00 2117:15 4:00 170:28 2807:53 501:38 2095:01 2847:15 596:00 21:00 6776:19 0:00 670:00

A 5 16 0 0 0 7 1 13 18 3 1 0 3 2 6 0 0 0 0 Goalkeepers GA NA 1 88 0 0 78 53 12 15 14 17 0 1 19 2 NA NA NA 0 0 0 72 1 34 0 5 0 0 NA 38 0 0 49 0 31 0 0 30 6 31 31 15 0 83 0 4

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Pts. 7 58 4 2 0 27 1 19 44 5 15 0 3 8 24 0 2 0 0

MW-Pos 3-M 3-F 1-D 0-F 0-D 1-F 1-D 3-M 3-D 4-M 1-F 1-F 0-D 2-D 5-M/D 0-D 0-M 0-GK 2-D

GAA NA 15.00 1.04 0.00 0 1.75 0.81 1.44 NA 2.15 2.00 0.00 NA 1.23 2.92 NA NA NA 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.13 .42 .97 0.00 1.85 0.00 0.00 NA 1.09 0.00 0.00 0.66 0.00 1.32 0.00 0.00 .960 1.07 1.33 0.98 2.27 0.00 1.10 0.00 0.54

SVS NA 1 306 1 0 272 232 32 52 24 53 4 4 63 1 NA NA NA 0 0 0 219 4 219 4 271 0 5 NA 119 4 1 203 0 91 0 5 114 23 78 89 22 1 311 0 28

Hometown Palantine, IL Scottsdale, AZ Plano, TX Somers, CT Annandale, VA San Diego, CA Granger, IN Phoenix, AZ Louisville, KY Columbus, IN Edina, MN Chatham, NJ Clinton, TN Burtonsville, MD San Diego, CA Howell, NJ White Bear Lake, MN Allentown, PA Manchester, MO MW 1 4 4 0 1 2 3 2 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 NA 1 0 0 0 3 2 3 3 4 0 1 1 4 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 1 3 3 1 1 4 0 1

Hometown Phoenix, AZ Fort Wayne, IN Dallas, TX Cranford, NJ Granger, IN Morristown, NJ Louisville, KY St. Louis, MO Michigan City, IN Lexington, KY Evansville, IN Newington, CT Snyder, NY Southington, CT Thiels, NY South Bend, IN Houston, TX Doylestown, PA Carrollton, TX Beverly, MA Glastonbury, CT Albuquerque, NM Indianapolis, IN Sudbury, MA Austin, TX Palatine, IL St. Louis, MO Charlotte, NC Parlin, NJ Silver Spring, MD Mendham, NJ New Brunswick, NJ Highlands Ranch, CO Gilbert, AZ Mobile, AL Burnsville, MN Delaware, OH Winchester, MA Oakville, Ontario Fayetteville, NY Hooksett, NH Santa Ana, CA Boise, ID Longwood, FL Sugarland, TX Morristown, NJ


All-Time Numbers Cahill 00 Chris Adam LaPlaca Gerick Short* Philip Tuttle* Will Walsh*

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3

4

5

Jorge Schippers Paul Sweetser Jack Traynor

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Justin Michaud* Chris Sawyer* Andrew Quinn Patrick Wall Bert Bader Tom Crotty Justin Michaud* Brendan Murphy* Chris Sawyer* Luke Seibolt* Gerick Short* Greg Tait* Philip Tuttle* Greg Velho* Steve Burgoon Chris Dean Rob LaMear* Aaron Maund Ryan Miller Justin Radcliffe Alan Woods Andrew Benton* Brendan Dillmann* Bilal Duckett* Jason Fox* Kevin Goldthwaite* Brian Jarvis* Sami Kahale Matt Mahoney Stephen Maio* Matt McNew* Patrick Sullivan Keith Carlson Kyle Dulworth* John Guignon Joseph Lapira* Connor LaRose* Stephen Maio* Greg Martin* Sean McGrath Jeff Rhodes Jim Stein Scott Wells* Jeb Brovsky* Tony Capasso* Ian Etherington* Andreas Forstner Matt Johnson Randy Morris* Kevin Pendergast Devon Prescod*

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Ben Brocklage Chris Conway Greg Dalby Dave Donohue Greg Klazura* Dan Gordon Danny Milton* Tim Nauman Paul Rodriquez Peter Sanchez Bobby Allong Rick Christofer* Justin Detter Ian Etherington* Michael Knapp* Chris Mathis* Steve Miller Pat Murphy* Philip Murphy* Devon Prescod* Matt Rosso* John Schaefer* Luke Boughen* Oliver Franklin Joe Gallo Griffin Howard* Kurt Martin* Matt McNew* Mike Palmer* Dillon Powers* Dan Stebbins Michael Thomas Andrew Aris* Filippo Chillemi Bright Dike* Kyle Dagan* Mitch Kern* Konstantin Koloskov Steve Lowney* Justin McGeeney* Bob Novak* Jim Sabitus Mario Tricoci Scott Wells*

Aris* 10 Andrew Rolfe Behrje*

Erich Braun* Tony Capasso* Joe Ciuni Jack Elliot* Joseph Lapira* Randy Morris* Tim Oates*

Devon Prescod* Tamba Samba* Chris Sutton* Jon Mark Thompson* Braun* 11 Erich Rick Christofer*

Tom Connaghan* Rafael Garcia* Jean Joseph* Kurt Martin* Tony Megna Steven Perry* Larry Pilliod Larry Scanlon Ryan Turner*

Altmann 12 Alex Andrew Aris*

Jeb Brovsky* David Cutler Justin Detter* Paul Gluckow Craig Krzyskowski Brian Mayglothing Dan McCurrie John Mousinho Brian Murphy Tim Oates* Ray Prado Dale Rellas* Tamba Samba* Kevin Sax

Adkisson 13 Kevin Dave Augustyn* Ryan Cox Mitch Kern* Bruce McCourt Cory Rellas Jack Stewart Dan Storino* Will Walsh*

Augustyn* 14 Dave Bright Dike*

Bill Lanza Mark Lorenzen Adam Mena* Reggie McKnight Kenyon Meyer Danny O’Leary* Bill Savarino John Stephens

Armstrong 15 Matt Rolfe Behrje*

Tom Connaghan* Kyle Dagan* Brendan Dillmann* Brian Engesser

Shea Helmle Kevin Mewborn Kurt Martin* Jon Mark Thompson* Harrison Shipp Crouse 16 Ben Matt DeDominicis* Paul Devereux Dave Donohue* Jack Elliot* Brett Hoffman Jason Jorski* Terry Lee Andrew Luttrell* Devon Prescod* Matt Rosso* Ryan Turner*

17 Matt Besler

B.J. Cotter Peter Gansler* Christopher High* Brendan King* Mike Mai Danny Milton* Diego Miron Pat Murphy* Tont Richardson Josh Thiermann*

Benton* 18 Andrew Jay Berhalter

Mark Crowe* Matt DeDominicis* Bright Dike* Mark Dolan Brendan King* Alan Lyskawa* Justin McGeeney* Bill Murphy Mike Palmer* Steven Perry Kyle Richard* John Schaefer* Dane Whitley*

Bryden 19 Shawn Peter Gansler*

Kevin Goldthwaite* Jean Joseph* Steve LaVigne Nate Norman* Ed O’Malley Adam Mena* Dustin Pridmore Chris Sutton* Alex Yoshinaga*

20 Christopher High*

Greg Klazura* Josh Landman Paul LaVigne* Tom Luetkehans Alan Lyskawa* Greg Martin Tony Megna* Brendan Murphy* Philip Murphy Nate Norman* Joe Sternberg Nick Tarnay Grant Van De Casteele* Alex Yoshinaga* Bandera 21 Peter Mark Consuelos Mark Crowe* Kyle Dulworth* Ben Ketchum Justin Morrow Rob LaMear* Chad Riley Eric Tilley*

Drury* 22 Mike Eric Ferguson

Jason Fox* Griffin Howard* Jason Jorski* T.R. Kane Justin Michaud* Luke Mishu Evan Oliver* Dillon Powers* Dale Rellas* Cole Straub* Josh Thiermann*

Baumgardner 23 John John Cavanaugh Brian Dubay Mike Fitzpatrick Vincent Gentile Paul LaVigne* Andrew Luttrell* Chris Mathis* Gianni Mauro Michael Rose* Stefan Schroffner Tim Storino Nathan Utz

Drury* 24 Mike Paul Kaemmerer* Bart Lanahan Connor LaRose* Evan Oliver* Andrew O’Malley Kevin Richards Fred Schlicting

Luke Seibolt* Brian Sheehan Philip Tuttle* Will Walsh Steve Archer 25 Antonio Bernal

Luke Boughen Jeb Brovsky* Brian Jarvis* Kevin Kade Paul Kaemmerer* Roger Klauer Kevin Lovejoy Adam Mena* Danny O’Leary* Alex Priede John Storino Dane Whitley*

Brown 26 Leon Bilal Duckett*

Drew Farina Michael Knapp* Tye Smith Dan Storino* Chris Sutton

Craft 27 Kyle Michael Rose* Dan Storino* Grant Van De Casteele* Bill Wetterer

Richard* 28 Kyle Patrick Williams Garcia* 29 Rafael Bob Novak* John Krivacic* Cole Straub*

Short* 30 Gerick Cole Straub* Greg Tait* Eric Tilley* Greg Vehlo*

Krivacic* 31 John Cole Straub* * - wore multiple numbers List does not include current freshmen or newcomers for the 2011 season

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All-Time Roster by State/Country Irish Players Hail From Far and Wide Note - First parenthesis indicates number of players from the state/country and second parenthesis indicates number of monogram winners from the state/country. Parenthesis after player’s name shows number of monograms earned. Bold indicates active players List does not include current freshmen or newcomers for the 2011 season

UNITED STATES Alabama (1); (1) Gerick Short (Mobile); (1)

Arizona (6); (5) Tom Apker (Phoenix); (1) Matt Armstrong (Phoenix); (3) Erik Berg (Paradise Valley) Luke Seibolt (Gilbert); (1) Ryan Turner (Scottsdale); (3) Scott Wells (Phoenix); (3)

Arkansas (1); (0) Justin Cordon (Little Rock)

California (28); (25) Bill Beasley (Menlo Park); (1) Luke Boughen (San Juan Capistrano); (4) Tom Connaghan (Palos Verdes); (4) Ben Crouse (Oak Park); (3) Kyle Dagan (Westlake Village); (2) Greg Dalby (Poway); (4) Brian Engesser (Huntington Beach); (4) Ian Etherington (Temecula); (4) Sean Fieber (Torrance) Joe Gallo (Modesto); (4) Rafael Garcia (Palmdale); (4) Kevin Goldthwaite (Sacramento); (4) Christopher High (Camarillo); (3) Griffin Howard (San Diego); (3) Brian Jarvis (Pomona); (2) Matt Johnson (Livermore); (4) Paul Kaemmerer (Palos Verdes); (1) Mitch Kern (San Jose); (3)

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Connor LaRose (Claremont); (4) Steve Lowney (San Jose); (4) Randy Morris (Los Gatos); (4) Evan Oliver (Los Angeles) Jeff Rhodes (San Jose); (1) Mark Schmitz (Oakland) Jack Stewart (Torrance); (4) Peter Van de Ven (Santa Ana); (1) Shane Walton (San Diego); (1) Alex Yoshinaga (San Diego); (5)

Colorado (4); (3) Jeb Brovsky (Lakewood); (4) Brian Sheehan (Denver) Chris Telk (Denver); (4) Chris Sawyer (Highlands Ranch); (4)

Connecticut (15); (12) Rick Christofer (Avon); (3) Chris Conway (Unionville); (1) Tom Crotty (Darien); (2) Matt DeDominicis (Simsbury); (2) Jason Fox (Avon); (4) Carl Gebo (Newington); (1) Peter Gulli (Southington); (2) Adam LaPlaca (Glastonbury) Brian Mayglothing (Wilton); (1) Brendan Murphy (West Redding); (1) Kevin Pendergast (Simsbury); (4) Charles Prejean (Danbury); (1) Tont Richardson (Windsor); (4) Mike Susi (Middletown) Bill Varanka (Somers)

Florida (8); (6) Louis Canaluis (Miami) Brendan Dillmann (Tampa); (4) Shea Helmle (Valrico); (1) Jason Jorski (Lutz); (4) Shawn Magsig (Boca Raton) Ray Prado (Boca Raton); (4) Justin Ratcliffe (Miami); (4) Greg Velho (Longwood); (4)

Georgia (7); (5) Andrew Benton (Marietta); (3) Filippo Chillemi (Roswell); (4)

Bilal Duckett (Peachtree City); (2) Duffy Jones (Atlanta) Jean Joseph (Marriott); (4) Devon Prescod (Marietta); (4) Tye Smith (Conyers)

Mark Dolan (Granger); (1) Kyle Dulworth (Fort Wayne); (3) Jim Flynn (Evansville); (3) Robert Fuller (Cedar Lake); (1) Ken Harkenrider (Fort Wayne); (4) Bill Hickey (South Bend); (1) Tom Kellenberg (South Bend) Ben Ketchum (South Bend); (1) Hawaii (1); (1) Roger Klauer (Granger); (1) Mark Crowe (Maui); (2) Ted Kommers (South Bend) Peter Logan (Fort Wayne); (1) Idaho (1); (1) Andrew Luttrell (Granger); (1) Bob VanHoomissen (Boise); (1) Kevin Mayo (Indianapolis); (2) Bruce McCourt (Granger); (4) Illinois (27); (21) Sean McGrath Tony Bezouska (Berwyn); (1) (Indianapolis); (1) Roger Brown (Wheaton); (1) David Miles (South Bend); (3) Tom Daley (Park Ridge); (3) Brian Murphy (Granger) Mike Fitzpatrick (Barrington) Mike Palmer (South Bend); (4) Oliver Franklin (Chicago); (3) Karl Roemer (South Bend); (1) John Gibbs (Arlington Heights); (1) Kurt Roemer (South Bend); (2) Ed Graham (Naperville); (1) Tamba Samba (Indianapolis); (3) Brendan King (Naperville); (3) Peter Sanchez (Portage); (1) Greg Klazura (Rockford); (2) Mike Stronczek (Fort Wayne) Craig Krzyskowski (Western Eric Watkins (Granger); (1) Springs); (1) Dane Whitley (Columbus); (4) Mark Lorenzen (Naperville) Mark Luetkehans (Wheaton); (4) Iowa (1); (1) Tom Luetkehans (Wheaton); (2) Justin McGeeney (Ames); (4) Tom McFarland (Flossmoor); (1) Ryan Miller (Barrington); (4) Kansas (2); (2) John Milligan (Palantine); (4) Matt Besler (Overland Park); (4) Bob Novak (Homer Glen) Danny O’Leary (Naperville); (1) Michael Thomas (Olathe); (4) Doug Reilly (Bridgeville) Kentucky (7); (5) Tom Rosshert (LaGrange) Chris Cahill (Louisville); (3) Bill Savarino (Orland Park); (4) Harrison Shipp (Lake Forest); (1) Matt Fitz (Lexington); (1) John Stephens (Woodbridge); (4) Kenyon Meyer (Louisville); (3) Diego Miron (Louisville) Dan Storino (Inverness); (1) Andy Murray (Lexington) John Storino (Inverness) Kyle Richard (Louisville); (1) Tim Storino (Inverness); (1) Bill Wetterer (Louisville); (3) Mario Tricoci (Palantine); (3)

Indiana (31); (26)

Louisiana (2); (2)

Dave Augustyn (Fort Wayne); (4) Joseph Lapira (Lake Charles); (4) Peter Bandera (South Bend); (1) Steve Ryan (New Orleans); (1) Nino Berticelli (Granger); (1) John Cavanaugh (Granger) Kevin Coghlan (Bloomington); (1) Brian Cullather (Michigan City); (2)

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Maryland (14); (13) Chuck Bidinger (Rockville); (1) David Bidinger (Rockville); (1) Mark Bidinger (Rockville); (4) Brett Hoffmann (Silver Spring); (3) James Jacobs (Bethesda); (1) Steve Kramer (Rockville); (2) Pat McClanahan (Crofton); (1) John Novotny (Creve Coeur) Drew Palumbo (Ft. Washington); (1) Andrew Quinn (Silver Spring); (4) Geoff Raynor (Rockville); (2) Michael Rose (Severna Park); (2) Ted Schwartz (Silver Spring); (3) Alan Woods (Burtonsville); (2)

Massachusetts (9); (6) Leon Brown (Mattapan) Dave Donohue (Reading); (3) Robert Gildea (Andover); (1) Josh Landman (Beverly) Aaron Maund (Dorchester); (3) Gerard McCarthy (Sudbury); (3) Mark Steranka (Winchester); (2) Bill Sullivan (Canton); (2) Dan Tarullo (Waltham)

Michigan (9); (8) Rolfe Behrje (Portage); (4) Justin Detter (White Lake); (4) Monty Henige (Flint); (1) Alan Lyskawa (Novi); (4) Gianni Mauro (Washington) Adam Mena (Holland); (2) Nate Norman (Rochester); (4) Bill Ralph (Livonia); (1) John Schaefer (Troy); (1)

Minnesota (10); (6) John Baumgardner (Eagan) Roger Brown (Burnsville) Steve Chang (Burnsville); (3) Nick Schneeman (St. Paul); (2) Doug Sidney (Burnsville) Joe Sternberg (Bloomington); (4) Chris Sutton (Apple Valley); (2) Phil Sweetser (Edina); (2) Ed Williams (Edina); (1) Jim Zaremba (White Bear Lake)


Missouri (23); (16) Kevin Adkisson (St. Louis); (4) Ben Brocklage (St. Louis); (4) Mike Carney (Chesterfield) Keith Connor (Kansas City) Dan Coughlin (St. Louis); (2) Terry Finnegan (Universal City); (2) John Guignon (St. Louis); (4) Joe Heider (St. Louis) Mark Hentschell (Chesterfield); (1) Bart Lanahan (St. Louis) Paul LaVigne (St. Louis); (4) Steve LaVigne (St. Louis); (4) Jim Moellering (Florissant); (1) John Moore (St. Louis) Bill Murphy (St. Louis); (3) Pat Murphy (Chesterfield); (3) Fred Schlicting (Baldwin); (1) Matt Stolwyk (St. Louis) Mike Sullivan (St. Louis); (3) Joe Thesing (Kansas City) Jon Mark Thompson (Cape Girardeau); (3) Jack Traynor (St. Charles); (4) Matt Zimmer (Manchester); (2)

Nebraska (1); (1) Dan Gordon (Omaha); (4)

New Hampshire (1); (1) Philip Tuttle (Hooksett); (3)

New Jersey (24); (14) Steve Archer (Basking Ridge) Art Batista (Cranford) Jay Berhalter (Tenafly) Burt Blaha (Sea Girt) Tom Bowsher (Maplewood); (1) Hugh Breslin (Morristown); (2) Ted Carnevale (Oradell); (2) Mike Drury (Westfield); (2) Tony Dwyer (Morristown) John Fossella (Maplewood); (1) Paul Gluckow (Ocean Grove); (4) Bill Gross (Hazlet); (3) Joe Howe (Freehold); (2) Bob McTabeney (Scotch Plains) Danny Milton (Short Hills) Warrick Muldrow (Neptune) Bruce Novotny (Manahawkin); (3) Greg Principato (Parlin); (1)

Bob Ritger (Mendham); (2) Chris Ryan (Bridgewater); (1) Mike Sattan (New Burnswick) Will Walsh (Morristown); (1) Patrick Williams (Chatham); (1) Ron Yuro (Howell)

New Mexico (2); (1) Danny Lyons (Albuquerque); (3) Eric Tilley (Albuquerque)

New York (21); (18) Steve Burgoon (Voorheesville); (1) Justin Campbell (Westlake) Paul Devereux (Rochester); (3) Jack Elliot (Penfield); (1) John Gallo; (Wolcott); (1) Joe Giglia (Snyder); (1) Tim Hartigan (Thiels); (1) Kevin Kade (Manhasset); (1) Bart Lanahan (Big Flats) Martin Mangialardi (Lake Ronkonkoma); (1) Steve Miller (Rochester); (3) Jock Mutschler (Fairport); (3) Ed O’Malley (Massapequa); (2) Jim Rice (Manhasset); (2) Jim Sabitus (Vestal); (3) Kevin Sax (Vestal); (1) Larry Scanlon (Ballston Lake) Larry Smith (Lake Ronkonkoma); (2) Jim Stein (Lockport); (3) Patrick Szanto (Poughkeepsie); (3) Greg Tait (Fayetteville); (3)

North Carolina (4); (4) Brian Berry (Greensboro); (1) Steve Berry (Greensboro); (3) Brian Dubay (Durham); (1) Pat Polking (Charlotte); (1)

Steve Kranz (Worthington); (1) Alex Kratz (Cincinnati); (1) Dave Krus (Solon); (1) Terry Lee (Cleveland); (1) Scott Lowell (Cincinnati); (1) Stewart MacDonald (Kettering); (3) Jim Morrissey (Dayton); (1) Justin Morrow (Cleveland); (4) Joe Murray (Columbus) Tim Nauman (Kettering); (3) Tom Pernsteiner (Canton); (1) Mike Pecoraro (Cincinnati) Alex Priede (Cincinnati) David Smith (Deleware) Patrick Sullivan (Chagrin Falls); (1) Nick Tarnay (Fairview Park)

Oklahoma (4); (2) Kyle Craft (Tulsa) Bright Dike (Edmond); (4) Jeff Kitchen (Tulsa) Steven Perry (Edmond); (4)

Oregon (2); (2) Eric Evans (Lake Oswego); (2) Allen Gianotti (Portland); (1)

Pennsylvania (10); (6) Drew Farina (Furlong) Mark Klein (Doylestown); (1) Brad McCurrie (Pittsburgh); (3) Brian McCurrie (Pittsburgh) Dan McCurrie (Pittsburgh); (4) Andrew O’Malley (West Chester) Jude Quinn (Bethlehem); (1) Steve Reymer (Bethlehem); (2) Matt Rosso (Churchville); (4) Ted Zeller (Allenton)

Rhode Island (1) James Melvin (Portsmouth)

Ohio (24); (17)

South Carolina (1); (1)

Jim Braunlin (Dayton) Joe Ciuni (Walton Heights); (3) Ryan Cox (Broadview Heights); (3) Tom Gerlacher (Columbus); (1) Bill Hagerty (Dayton); (1) Tom Holubeck (Cincinnati); (1) T.R. Kane (Columbus) Roman Klos (Parma); (2)

Reggie McKnight (Greenville); (4)

Tennessee (3); (1) Luke Mishu (Knoxville) Philip Murphy (Brentwood); (4) Randy Wittry (Clinton)

Texas (26); (20) Bobby Allong (Houston); (1) Bert Badar (Dallas); (4) Shawn Bryden (Sugar Land); (1) Keith Carlson (Klein); (4) Chris Dean (Plano); (4) Richard Hogan (Houston) Michael Knapp (Arlington) John Krivacic (Carrollton) Paul LaJoie (Richardson) Marvin Lett (Dallas); (2) Mike Mai (Houston); (2) Greg Martin (Plano); (4) Kurt Martin (McAllen); (4) Matt McNew (Arlington); (4) Kevin Mewborn (Kingwood) Justin Michaud (Austin); (3) Pascal Piazza (Houston); (2) Dillon Powers (Plano); (2) Dustin Pridmore (Dallas); (5) Cory Rellas (Plano); (4) Dale Rellas (Plano); (4) Chad Riley (Houston); (4) Paul Rodriguez (San Antonio); (2) Rob Snyder (Dallas); (2) Grant Van De Casteele (Plano); (1) Patrick Wall (Sugarland)

INTERNATIONAL Bermuda (1); (1) Kevin Richards (Warwick); (4)

Canada (6); (5) Tony Capasso (Winnipeg); (4) Joe Hohl (Ontario); (1) Matt Mahoney (Oakville, Ontario); (1) Stephen Maio (Ontario); (3) Steven Milan (Calgary) Cole Straub (Oakville, Ontario); (1)

Columbia (1); (1) Antonio Bernal (Barranquilla); (1)

England (2); (2) Rich Herdegen (Somerset); (4) John Mousinho (Buckinghamshire); (1)

Germany (4); (3) Erich Braun (Frankfurt); (4) Ivor Deweydenthal (Munich) Andreas Forstner (Gerlinden); (3) Chris Mathis (Kaiserslautern); (4)

Virginia (5); (3)

Guatemala (1)

Eric Ferguson (Chesapeake); (1) Bill Lanza (Dumfries); (3) Rich McMonagle (Alexandria) Tim Oates (Virginia Beach); (4) Rob Verfurth (Annandale)

Jorge Schippers (Guatemala City)

Washington (5); (4)

Larry Pilliod (Pedrigal); (1)

David Cutler (Seattle); (3) Dom Driano (Bellevue); (3) Kevin Lovejoy (Seattle); (3) Jay Schwartz; (Bellevue); (4) Sean Toomey (Seattle)

Wisconsin (6); (5) Peter Gansler (Glendale); (4) Joe Holterman (Milwaukee); (2) Chris Kruel (Wauwatosa) Tony Megna (Middleton); (3) Dan Stebbins (Milwaukee); (4) Josh Thiermann (Stoughton); (3)

Italy (1); (1) Sami Kahale (Rome); (3)

Mexico (1); (1)

New Zealand (1); (1) Andrew Aris (Auckland); (4)

Russia (1); (1) Konstantin Koloskov (Moscow); (4)

Yemen (1); (1) Mario Manta (Aden); (3)

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Year-by-Year Results 8POr-PTU 5JFE Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Terry Finnegan, Jim Rice Home: 9-1-0, Away: 7-0-1 9/16 at Dayton (ot) T 3-3 9/19 St. Francis L 0-2 9/20 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 4-1 9/21 S.B. Soccer Club W 4-1 9/24 at Purdue W 2-1 9/26 at Indiana Tech W 3-1 9/30 Michigan W 4-2 10/4 Goshen W 3-1 10/8 at Xavier W 2-0 10/9 at IPFW W 3-1 10/11 Manchester W 3-0 10/13 Bethel W 7-1 10/18 at St. Joseph’s W 5-1 10/21 Huntington W 3-0 11/2 Valparaiso W 4-1 11/5 IUPU W 2-1 11/9 at Valparaiso W 5-1 11/12 at Evansville W 4-1 1978 - Won 21, Lost 3, Tied 1 Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Jerry Finnegan, Jim Sabitus, Jim Rice, Ted Carnevale Home: 14-0-0, Away: 7-3-1 9/8 Florissant Valley W 3-0 9/12 Tri-State W 3-0 9/15 IPFW W 4-1 9/18 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 12-0 9/20 Valparaiso W 13-1 9/22 Michigan W 2-1 9/25 Indiana Tech W 7-0 9/27 Albion W 9-1 9/29 Purdue W 3-0

Rich Hunter served as Notre Dame’s first varsity head coach from 1977-83. He compiled a record of 128-32-8, which included a program-record 21 victories during the 1978 campaign.

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10/1 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/18 10/22 10/24 10/25 10/26 10/29 11/1 11/4 11/11 11/12

at Dayton W 4-2 at Goshen L 1-2 at Michigan State (ot) T 2-2 at Manchester W 6-0 Xavier W 7-1 Bethel W 8-1 Morton W 5-3 at Indiana L 1-7 at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 5-0 at Chicago (ot) W 4-3 at Northwestern (ot) W 3-2 Dayton W 2-1 at Valparaiso W 6-1 at Western Michigan L 0-1 Tennessee W 2-0 at Drake W 4-2 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Tom Crotty, Dan McCurrie, Tim Nauman, Jim Sabitus Home: 9-3-1, Away: 10-7-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 9/9 Cincinnati L 0-1 9/12 Loyola (Ill.) W 6-0 9/14 at Dayton (ot) L 2-3 9/16 at Xavier L 0-2 9/18 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 9-0 9/22 at Purdue L 2-3 9/23 Loyola (Md.) (ot) T 2-2 9/25 at Indiana Tech (ot) W 4-3 9/26 Kalamazoo W 11-1 9/27 at Albion W 3-1 9/28 Indiana L 0-4 9/30 Oakland W 2-0 10/2 Goshen L 0-2 10/5 Marquette W 1-0 10/7 at Triton W 1-0 10/9 Valparaiso W 11-0 10/12 Ohio # W 2-0 10/13 at UW-Milwaukee L 1-5 10/14 at Siena Heights W 4-2 10/15 at Bethel W 3-1 10/17 at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 11-0 10/19 Michigan State W 2-0 10/23 at Seton Hall W 2-0 10/24 at Monmouth W 4-0 10/25 at St. Peter’s L 0-1 10/27 at Villanova L 0-1 10/30 Chicago W 3-1 10/31 at Bowling Green L 1-2 11/2 Northwestern W 4-0 11/4 at Ohio State W 2-0 11/6 at Valparaiso W 5-0 # - Milwaukee, Wisc. 8POr-PTU Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Kevin Lovejoy, Dan McCurrie, Oliver Franklin, Joe Ciuni Home: 12-1-0, Away: 8-6-0 9/7 at Cincinnati W 2-1 9/10 Grace W 4-0 9/12 DePaul W 5-0 9/14 at St. Louis L 1-6 9/16 Valparaiso W 5-0 9/19 Ohio State W 3-0 9/21 Xavier W 2-1 9/23 Siena Heights W 4-1 9/26 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 4-0 9/28 at Indiana L 0-4 9/30 at Loyola (Ill.) W 6-1 10/5 at Marquette L 2-4 10/8 Bethel W 3-0 10/10 Purdue W 5-1

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Miami (Oh.) L 1-2 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 4-0 Bowling Green W 2-1 Western Michigan W 2-0 at Penn State L 2-4 at Monmouth L 0-2 at Upsala W 1-0 at Seton Hall W 2-0 at Chicago W 6-0 at Kalamazoo L 0-1 at Dayton W 1-0 at Wright State W 2-1 at Valparaiso W 4-2 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Sami Kahale, Jim Stein Home: 12-1-1, Away: 4-2-2 9/9 at Grace W 7-0 9/11 Loyola (Ill.) W 7-0 9/13 St. Louis (ot) W 4-3 9/15 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 10-0 9/16 Valparaiso W 8-1 9/20 at Ohio State (ot) T 2-2 9/23 at Wheaton (ot) T 2-2 9/25 Dayton W 2-1 9/30 DePaul W 6-0 10/2 Michigan State W 4-1 10/4 Chicago W 5-0 10/9 Marquette (ot) W 1-0 10/11 Wisconsin (ot) T 2-2 10/14 at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 6-0 10/17 at Western Michigan L 0-2 10/18 South Dakota W 6-0 10/22 at Akron L 0-2 10/23 Northwestern W 6-0 10/25 Indiana L 0-2 10/28 at Valparaiso W 10-0 11/1 Wright State (ot) W 1-0 11/7 at Louisville W 4-1 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Jay Schwartz, Mike Sullivan, Mark Luetkehans Home: 9-1-1, Away: 8-2-0, Neutral: 0-1-1 9/8 IPFW W 3-0 9/10 Syracuse # L 1-3 9/11 Georgetown (ot) # T 0-0 9/15 Valparaiso W 5-0 9/17 Ohio State W 3-1 9/20 Wheaton W 3-0 9/21 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 6-0 9/24 at Indiana L 0-4 9/28 at Loyola (Ill.) W 3-1 10/1 Dayton W 3-0 10/8 Western Michigan (ot) T 1-1 10/10 Louisville ** W 4-0 10/12 at Chicago W 2-0 10/13 Akron L 1-5 10/15 DePaul W 6-0 10/17 at Marquette (ot) W 2-1 10/20 at Valparaiso W 10-0 10/23 at Kentucky W 3-2 10/25 at Belmont Abbey W 1-0 10/28 at UNC-Greensboro (ot) W 3-1 10/30 at Wake Forest L 1-2 11/2 Bethel W 12-0 11/6 at Toledo W 7-3 # - Rochester, N.Y. ** - Notre Dame’s 100th win


8POr-PTU Coach: Rich Hunter Captains: Steve Chang, Ken Harkenrider, Rich Herdegen, Mark Luetkehans Home: 11-1-0, Away: 6-3-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 9/6 at IPFW L 0-1 9/9 St. Francis W 9-0 9/11 at Louisville W 3-0 9/13 Valparaiso W 7-0 9/14 Bethel W 11-0 9/16 Loyola (Ill.) W 3-0 9/20 at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 7-0 9/23 Kentucky W 4-0 9/25 Indiana L 0-4 9/30 Toledo W 7-0 10/2 at DePaul W 5-0 10/7 Findlay W 6-0 10/8 St. John’s (Minn.) $ W 2-0 10/9 at UW-Milwaukee (ot) L 1-2 10/14 Marquette (ot) W 4-2 10/16 Chicago W 4-1 10/19 at Akron L 1-2 10/21 Belmont Abbey W 1-0 10/23 at Wilkes W 1-0 10/25 at Monmouth W 4-2 11/1 Grace W 2-1 11/3 at Valparaiso W 3-0 $ - Milwaukee, Wisc. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Dennis Grace Captains: Steve Chang, Rich Herdegen, Dominick Driano Home: 7-2-0, Away: 5-4-2 9/5 IPFW W 2-1 9/7 Purdue W 2-1 9/9 Louisville W 3-1 9/11 at Bethel W 4-0 9/14 at Michigan State (ot) T 2-2 9/16 at Northwestern W 3-0 9/21 Illinois W 3-1 9/23 at Indiana L 1-5 9/26 at Loyola (Ill.) (ot) T 0-0 9/28 DePaul W 6-1 9/30 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 7-1 10/2 at St. Francis W 5-2 10/7 at St. Louis L 1-3 10/12 Central Michigan W 2-0 10/14 at Marquette L 1-4 10/17 Akron L 0-1 10/24 at Wisconsin L 0-3 10/26 at UW-Platteville W 4-3 10/28 John Carroll L 2-3 11/1 at Valparaiso (ot) W 6-4

8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Dennis Grace Captains: David Miles, Jock Mutschler, Chris Telk Home: 2-4-2, Away: 4-7-1, Neutral: 1-0-1 9/1 at Virginia L 0-3 9/3 at George Mason L 2-4 9/7 UW-Milwaukee (ot) L 2-3 9/11 at DePaul W 3-1 9/13 Wisconsin L 1-2 9/15 at Evansville (ot) L 2-4 9/20 Michigan State (ot) T 1-1 9/22 Indiana L 0-2 9/28 at UW-Green Bay (ot) W 3-2 9/29 at Northwestern L 0-1 10/2 Bowling Green (ot) T 1-1 10/5 at Wright State W 4-2 10/6 Miami (Ohio) (ot) % T 2-2 10/9 Marquette L 3-5 10/12 Vanderbilt @ W 2-1 10/13 at Illinois St. (ot) T 2-2 10/16 at Akron L 1-8 10/20 at Central Florida L 1-6 10/22 at South Florida L 0-3 10/25 at UNC-Charlotte W 1-0 10/30 Valparaiso W 6-3 11/1 Loyola (Ill.) W 7-0 % - Dayton, Ohio @ - Normal, Ill. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Dennis Grace Captain: Jim Flynn Home: 6-1-1, Away: 7-6-1 8/31 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 1-0 9/6 Purdue W 6-0 9/7 at Minnesota W 4-1 9/12 at Indiana L 0-2 9/14 Michigan W 3-2 9/17 Northwestern W 4-1 9/19 at Michigan State L 0-1 9/21 Tri-State W 10-0 9/24 DePaul W 10-0 9/27 at Miami (Ohio) W 4-0 9/28 at Wright State W 3-2 10/1 at Bowling Green L 1-3 10/3 at Wisconsin L 1-2 10/5 at Marquette L 1-2 10/7 Akron (ot) T 1-1 10/19 at Connecticut (ot) W 2-1 10/24 at Penn State L 0-3 10/29 at Valparaiso W 4-1 11/1 at Navy W 2-1 11/2 at Florida Int’l (ot) T 0-0 11/5 Western Michigan W 2-0 11/9 Evansville L 0-2

8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Dennis Grace Captains: Jerry Guignon, Steve Lowney, Home: 10-0-0, Away: 5-2-1, Neutral: 2-1-0 9/1 at Loyola (Ill.) (ot) W 2-1 9/4 Drake # W 2-0 9/8 at Detroit W 7-1 9/9 at Western Michigan W 2-0 9/13 Indiana (ot) W 4-3 9/18 Michigan State W 3-1 9/20 Northwestern W 5-0 9/23 Illinois State W 1-0 9/26 Boston College $ W 5-0 9/27 at Wright State (ot) T 1-1 9/29 Bowling Green (ot) W 2-1 10/2 Wisconsin (ot) W 4-2 10/10 at USC Spartanburg (ot) W 2-1 10/11 Winthrop % W 4-1 10/17 at DePaul W 1-0 10/22 at Portland L 1-3 10/31 at UCLA L 2-3 11/1 San Diego State * L 0-1 11/4 Valparaiso W 2-1 11/6 Marquette W 3-1 11/8 Ohio State W 2-1 # - First match played at Krause Stadium $ - Dayton, Ohio % - Spartanburg, S.C. * - Los Angeles, Calif. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Dennis Grace Captains: Johnny Guignon, Joe Sternberg, Dave Augustyn Home: 8-0-0, Away: 4-2-2, Neutral: 5-0-0 9/1 Loyola (ot) W 4-1 9/3 Maine * W 3-1 9/4 at Lafayette W 3-2 9/9 at Indiana T 1-1 9/11 Xavier W 4-2 9/16 at Michigan State W 5-0 9/18 Dayton W 5-1 9/23 Western Michigan W 3-0 9/25 Birmingham Southern W 5-0 9/27 at Bowling Green W 2-1 9/30 Detroit W 3-1 10/2 at Wisconsin T 0-0 10/9 at Akron L 2-3 10/13 DePaul W 6-1 10/16 at Coll. of Charleston L 1-2 10/22 at Rutgers L 0-2 10/29 Penn State $ W 3-1 10/30 Boston University $ W 5-1 11/2 UW-Green Bay W 2-1 11/4 Detroit @ W 6-0 (MCC Quarterfinal) 11/5 Evansville @ W 2-0 (MCC Semifinal) 11/6 at St. Louis @ W 2-0 (MCC Final) 11/13 at SMU L 0-2 (NCAA First Round) * - Easton, Pa. $ - Miami, Fla. @ - St. Louis, Mo.

In 1983, Notre Dame posted an 18-4-0 record and outscored its opponents 85-15.

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Notre Dame made its first NCAA Tournament appearance during the 1988 campaign. Head coach Dennis Grace guided the Irish to a 17-4-2 record. Joe Sternberg, Johnny Guignon and Dave Augustyn were featured on that season’s media guide cover. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Dennis Grace Captains: Rolfe Behrje, Dave Augustyn Home: 5-3-2, Away: 4-3-0, Neutral: 1-1-1 9/2 at St. Louis ! L 0-2 9/3 Virginia ! L 0-3 9/6 at Detroit W 4-3 9/13 Detroit W 3-1 9/17 at Marquette W 1-0 9/20 at Loyola (Ill.) W 4-0 9/22 Michigan State ** W 4-1 9/24 Marquette T 2-2 9/29 Indiana L 1-3 10/1 Wisconsin L 1-3 10/6 Cal State-LA (ot) % T 0-0 10/8 at Santa Clara L 0-4 10/13 Akron (ot) T 0-0 10/16 Valparaiso W 9-2 10/18 DePaul W 5-0 10/20 Loyola (Ill.) W 3-0 10/24 at Air Force W 2-1 10/29 Bowling Green L 0-1 11/2 Xavier @ W 3-2 (MCC Quarterfinal) 11/3 at St. Louis @ L 1-2 (MCC Semifinal) ! - Bloomington, Ind. ** - Notre Dame’s 200th win % - Santa Clara, Calif. @ - St. Louis, Mo. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Paul LaVigne, Danny Stebbins Home: 4-2-1, Away: 0-7-2, Neutral: 0-2-0 9/1 Dayton (ot) W 5-1 9/7 at Duke $ L 2-5 9/9 North Carolina State $ L 1-2 9/12 at Loyola (Ill.) (ot) T 2-2 9/14 St. Louis L 2-3 9/17 Valparaiso W 6-0

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Detroit L 0-2 at Michigan State L 0-1 at Marquette L 0-4 at Wisconsin (ot) T 0-0 Ohio State W 2-0 Creighton (ot) T 0-0 at Butler (ot) L 0-2 Xavier W 2-1 at Evansville L 0-3 UNC-Charlotte * L 0-3 at Florida Int’l L 2-3 at St. Louis L 0-1 (MCC Quarterfinal) $ - Durham, N.C. * - Miami, Fla. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Bret Hofmann, Kenyon Meyer Home: 6-2-1, Away: 5-2-0, Neutral: 2-1-1 9/10 Loyola (Ill.) (ot) L 0-1 9/13 at St. Louis L 0-2 9/18 Central Michigan W 5-0 9/20 Michigan State W 1-0 9/22 Evansville (ot) T 0-0 9/27 #2 Indiana (ot) L 1-4 10/1 at Detroit W 3-0 10/4 at Xavier W 8-0 10/6 at Dayton W 3-2 10/9 at Valparaiso W 1-0 10/13 Butler W 3-1 10/18 DePaul W 6-0 10/23 at Georgetown W 4-1 10/26 at South Carolina (8) L 0-2 10/27 Adelphi (20) (ot) ! T 2-2 10/30 Western Michigan W 1-0 11/3 Kentucky W 2-0 11/7 Detroit @ W 6-0 (MCC Quarterfinal) 11/8 Xavier @ W 2-0 (MCC Semifinal) 11/10 Evansville @ L 0-2 (MCC Final) ! - MetLife Classic (Columbia, S.C.) @ - Indianapolis, Ind. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Brendan Dillmann, Kevin Pendergast, Mario Tricocci Home: 6-1-0, Away: 3-3-2, Neutral: 1-3-0 9/5 UCLA (4) ! L 0-1 9/6 Duke (13) ! L 1-2 9/11 Illinois-Chicago W 7-0 9/15 Valparaiso W 5-1 9/18 at Michigan State T 2-2 9/20 La Salle W 2-0 9/25 at Indiana L 0-3 9/29 at DePaul W 3-0 10/2 Xavier L 0-1 10/4 Dayton W 4-0 10/7 Detroit W 2-1 10/11 at Evansville W 2-1 10/14 at Loyola (Ill.) L 2-3 10/17 at Kentucky W 2-0 10/20 at Vanderbilt L 1-3 10/29 at Butler T 1-1 11/2 Miami (Oh.) W 2-1 11/6 Loyola (Ill.) @ W 2-1 (MCC Quarterfinal) 11/7 Evansville @ L 2-3 (MCC Semifinal) ! - MetLife Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) @ - Indianapolis, Ind.

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8POr-PTU Coach: Mike Berticelli Captain: Mike Palmer Home: 5-3-0, Away: 7-2-0, Neutral: 3-2-0 9/4 Rutgers (20) ! W 4-1 9/5 UNLV ! L 0-1 9/10 Butler L 2-4 9/14 at Detroit W 3-1 9/17 Michigan State W 3-2 9/19 Evansville W 1-0 9/24 Indiana (4) L 0-3 9/28 DePaul W 7-0 10/1 South Carolina W 2-0 10/2 Penn State L 0-1 10/8 at Xavier W 1-0 10/10 at Ohio State W 1-0 10/13 at Loyola (Ill.) W 7-0 10/17 at Bowling Green W 2-1 10/21 Western Illinois W 2-0 10/26 at Old Dominion L 1-4 10/29 at Delaware W 4-0 10/31 at La Salle W 4-0 11/5 Butler @ W 2-0 (MCC Semifinal) 11/7 Detroit Mercy @ W 2-0 (MCC Final) 11/14 at Wisconsin L 1-3 (NCAA First Round) ! - adidas/MetLife Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) @ - Indianapolis, Ind. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Chris Dean, Jason Fox, Jean Joseph Home: 11-3-1, Away: 1-6-0, Neutral: 0-1-1 9/3 at Penn State (15) $ L 0-1 9/7 Northwestern W 5-1 9/9 Ohio State W 5-0 9/15 at Northern Illinois L 0-2 9/18 Xavier W 8-0 9/20 Detroit W 5-0 9/23 at Indiana (1) L 0-2 9/25 La Salle W 4-0 9/28 Wake Forest ^ L 0-1 10/2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 0-1 10/5 at Loyola (Ill.) L 0-2 10/7 Illinois-Chicago W 3-0 10/9 UW-Green Bay (ot) L 1-2 10/14 SMU (10) (ot) T 0-0 10/16 Bowling Green W 3-1 10/18 at DePaul W 3-0 10/21 Wisconsin (18) L 0-2 10/28 at UCLA (4) L 0-4 10/30 Cal State-Fullerton * T 2-2 11/3 Xavier @ W 6-2 (MCC Quarterfinal) 11/4 Butler @ W 4-1 (MCC Semifinal) 11/5 UW-Milwaukee (2ot) @ W 3-2 (MCC Final) 11/12 Central Conn. (2ot) W 1-0 (NCAA Play-In) 11/20 at Indiana (1) (ot) L 0-1 (NCAA First Round) $ - Fleetwood H.S., Fleetwood, Pa. ^ - Davidson, N.C. * - Los Angeles, Calif. @ - Notre Dame, Ind.


8POr-PTU Coach: Mike Berticelli Captain: Tony Capasso Home: 8-3-0, Away: 1-7-0 9/3 DePaul W 8-0 9/8 Valparaiso W 7-0 9/10 Syracuse W 3-0 9/15 at Rutgers (7) L 2-5 9/17 at Seton Hall L 1-4 9/22 Indiana (5) (ot) L 2-4 9/24 Boston College (ot) L 2-3 9/28 Loyola Marymount W 5-0 10/1 at Northwestern W 2-1 10/5 Detroit L 0-1 10/8 Georgetown W 3-2 10/14 Providence W 1-0 10/17 at St. John’s (21) L 0-6 10/20 at West Virginia L 1-2 10/22 at Pittsburgh L 0-3 10/26 Western Michigan W 4-0 10/29 at Connecticut L 0-4 11/3 Villanova W 4-0 11/5 at Wisconsin (9) L 0-3 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Tony Capasso, Brian Engesser, Peter Gansler Home: 7-1-2, Away: 6-6-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 8/31 at Providence W 1-0 9/3 Northwestern W 4-0 9/7 St. John’s (6) (ot) T 2-2 9/10 (24) Valparaiso W 2-0 9/13 (24) West Virginia W 1-0 9/16 (15) at DePaul L 0-1 9/20 (15) Connecticut (25) (ot) T 1-1 9/22 (15) Seton Hall W 1-0 9/27 (19) at Indiana (11) L 0-3 10/1 at Western Michigan W 3-2 10/5 at Syracuse W 1-0 10/11 (22) Western Illinois W 6-0 10/13 (22) Pittsburgh W 3-0 10/18 (15) at Rutgers (6) L 0-1 10/20 (15) at Villanova L 1-2 10/23 at Georgetown (ot) W 2-1 10/31 Wisconsin (23) L 0-1 11/3 at Boston College L 0-1 11/10 Georgetown W 2-1 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 11/16 Connecticut (14) @ W 2-1 (BIG EAST Semifinal) 11/17 at Rutgers (12) @ W 1-0 (BIG EAST Final) 11/24 (17) at UNC Greensboro (2) W 1-0 (NCAA First Round) 12/1 at UNC Charlotte (23) L 0-1 (NCAA Round of 16) @ - Piscataway, N.J. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Matt Johnson, Ryan Turner Home: 6-4-0, Away: 4-2-2, Neutral: 0--1-0 8/29 at Pittsburgh (ot) T 0-0 9/2 (18) Indiana (1) L 0-4 9/7 (18) Providence W 3-0 9/10 (19) at Valparaiso W 5-0 9/13 (19) Buffalo (ot) L 2-3 9/16 at Northwestern (ot) T 2-2 9/20 at West Virginia W 3-0 9/23 Eastern Illinois W 1-0 9/26 Villanova W 1-0 9/28 Rutgers W 1-0 10/3 (23) at SMU (3) L 0-1

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(23) at TCU (ot) W 4-3 (18) Syracuse L 0-1 (25) Western Michigan W 7-1 (25) Georgetown (ot) L 1-2 (24) at St. John’s (5) L 0-1 (24) at Seton Hall L 1-2 (24) at Connecticut (ot) L 1-2 Boston College W 3-1 at Seton Hall W 2-0 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 11/15 St. John’s (2) @ L 1-4 (BIG EAST Semifinal) @ - Storrs, Conn. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captains: Matt Johnson, Phil Murphy Home: 5-1-2, Away: 4-5-1, Neutral: 0-1-0 9/1 Valparaiso W 6-1 9/5 at Syracuse W 3-1 9/8 (15) Northwestern W 1-0 9/13 Pittsburgh (ot) T 2-2 9/18 (16) at Rutgers (ot) L 0-1 9/20 (16) at Villanova (ot) W 2-1 9/26 (18) St. John’s (7) (ot) T 1-1 9/29 (17) atWestern Michigan (ot) T 1-1 10/3 (17) at Georgetown L 1-2 10/6 (22) IUPUI (ot) W 1-0 10/9 (22) at Santa Clara (17) L 1-3 10/11 (22) at Saint Mary’s W 2-1 10/16 Connecticut (1) L 0-2 10/18 Seton Hall (13) W 2-0 10/21 at Providence L 1-2 10/24 at Boston College W 3-0 10/30 West Virginia W 2-0 11/7 at St. John’s (13) L 0-2 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Mike Berticelli Captain: Gerick Short Home: 7-3-0, Away: 1-5-3, Neutral: 0-1-0 9/1 at Northwestern W 1-0 9/4 Boston College W 1-0 9/7 Western Michigan (ot) L 0-1 9/11 (16) Pittsburgh (ot) T 2-2 9/14 Cleveland State W 1-0 9/19 at Connecticut (19) (ot) L 1-2 9/24 San Diego (14) ! L 0-3 9/26 at Saint Mary’s ! L 0-2 9/29 Eastern Michigan W 5-2 10/2 Syracuse W 2-0 10/5 IUPUI W 1-0 10/9 Providence ** W 4-0 10/12 at Valparaiso (ot) T 2-2 10/15 Villanova W 5-0 10/17 Rutgers (11) L 0-1 10/20 at West Virginia L 0-1 10/23 at St. John’s (13) L 1-4 10/29 Georgetown L 1-3 11/3 at Seton Hall (ot) T 1-1 11/6 at Rutgers (17) L 0-2 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) ! - St. Mary’s Tournament (Moraga, Calif.) ** - Notre Dame’s 300th win 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Chris Apple Captains: Connor LaRose, Stephen Maio, Dustin Pridmore Home: 4-4-0, Away: 2-4-2, Neutral: 1-0-0 9/1 New Mexico ! W 2-0 9/3 at UNLV (ot) ! T 0-0 9/6 Bradley (21) L 1-3 9/9 at Boston College L 0-2

9/16 at Syracuse W 3-0 9/19 Cleveland State W 2-1 9/22 Seton Hall L 0-1 9/24 Connecticut (2) L 0-1 9/29 Pittsburgh (15) L 2-3 10/3 Northwestern W 2-1 10/8 at Providence L 1-3 10/14 St. John’s (10) W 1-0 10/17 at Georgetown L 0-2 10/20 at Villanova W 2-1 10/22 at Rutgers L 1-3 10/27 West Virginia W 2-0 10/31 at IUPUI (ot) T 0-0 ! - UNLV Fila/Snickers Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 8POr-PTU Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Andreas Forstner, Griffin Howard, Greg Martin Home: 7-1-0, Away: 5-4-0, Neutral: 0-2-0 9/1 Villanova W 5-0 9/7 (21) at Furman (5) (2ot) ! L 2-3 9/9 (21) Clemson (16) ! L 0-4 9/19 Cleveland State W 3-1 9/22 Rutgers (23) L 0-3 9/25 at Bradley W 3-2 9/29 at Seton Hall (ot) L 0-1 10/5 Georgetown W 3-1 10/11 at West Virginia W 3-0 10/14 at Virginia Tech W 2-0 10/17 at Indiana (6) W 1-0 10/20 Boston College (21) W 2-0 10/24 (20) at Providence W 2-0 10/27 (20) at Connecticut (10) L 0-1 10/30 (20) IUPUI W 4-0 11/3 (20) Syracuse (ot) W 2-1 11/10 (19) Georgetown W 1-0 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 11/16 (17) vs. St. John’s (8) @ L 0-1 (BIG EAST Semifinal) 11/23 (18) at Maryland L 0-1 (NCAA First Round) ! - Umbro/Spinx Furman Invitational (Greenville, S.C.) @ - Storrs, Conn.

Mike Berticelli was at the helm of the Fighting Irish program for 10 seasons before his untimely death in 2000. He steered the Irish to two Midwestern Collegiate Conference titles and also led Notre Dame to the 1996 BIG EAST championship in the program’s second season in the league.

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Year-by-Year Results 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Erich Braun, Greg Martin, Justin Ratcliffe Home: 8-2-1, Away: 3-4-2, Neutral: 1-0-0 8/31 (23) SW Missouri State ! W 3-2 9/1 (23) at Creighton (19) (2ot) ! T 2-2 9/7 (11) Seton Hall (6) W 4-0 9/13 (5) Cornell (2ot) ^ T 1-1 9/15 (5) Furman (7) (2ot) ^ W 2-1 9/19 (5) at Bradley L 2-3 9/22 (5) Providence W 5-1 9/26 (10) at St. John’s (2) L 0-1 9/29 (10) at Rutgers (19) (2ot) T 1-1 10/4 (16) Pittsburgh (ot) L 0-1 10/6 (16) at Akron W 1-0 10/12 at Boston College (15) (ot) W 1-0 10/16 (20) Michigan State W 2-0 10/20 (5) Connecticut (20) W 3-1 10/23 (11) at Villanova W 5-0 10/26 (11) at Georgetown L 2-3 11/1 (16) Virginia Tech W 2-1 11/3 (16) Loyola (Ill.) W 1-0 11/9 (15) Georgetown L 1-2 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 1122 (20) Akron W 3-1 (NCAA First Round) 11/27 (20) at Indiana (5) L 0-1 (NCAA Second Round) ! - Diadora Challenge (Omaha, Neb.) ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Greg Martin, Justin Detter, Devon Prescod, Kevin Richards, Chad Riley Home: 7-2-1, Away: 5-1-1, Neutral: 4-0-2 8/29 (3) vs. UAB (20) (2ot) ! T 0-0 8/30 (3) vs. California (11) (2ot) !W 2-1 9/4 (4) St. John’s (13) L 0-3 9/12 (16) Fresno State (ot) ^ W 2-1 9/14 (16) Akron (2ot) ^ T 0-0

Greg Martin served as team tri-captain during the first season of the Bobby Clark era in 2001. Martin and the Irish notched a 12-7-0 record and qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time in five seasons.

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9/18 9/21 9/25 9/28 10/2 10/5 10/11 10/14 10/18 10/22 10/25 10/31 11/2 11/9 11/14 11/16 11/26 11/30

(13) Indiana (19) (2ot) W (13) West Virginia W (8) Bradley W (8) Georgetown W (4) at Syracuse (2ot) T (4) at Pittsburgh W (5) Rutgers (25) L (9) at Cleveland State W (9) at Connecticut L (13) at Providence W (13) at Virginia Tech (9) (ot) W (7) Villanova (25) W (7) at Michigan State W (5) Connecticut (25) W (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) (5) vs. Providence @ W (BIG EAST Semifinal) (5) vs. St. John’s (4) @ W (BIG EAST Final) (3) UW-Milwaukee W (NCAA Second Round) (3) Michigan (2ot) T (NCAA Round of 16) (Notre Dame eliminated on penalty kicks, 4-3)

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

! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament @ - Storrs, Conn. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Chris Sawyer, Jack Stewart, Kevin Goldthwaite Home: 8-0-2, Away: 3-2-1, Neutral: 2-1-0 9/3 (9) vs. Oregon State ! W 2-1 9/5 (9) vs. Boston U. ! W 2-0 9/10 (4) Evansville ^ W 2-1 9/12 (4) CS Fullerton (2ot) ^ T 0-0 9/15 (5) at Indiana (1) L 0-2 9/18 (5) Georgetown W 4-1 9/23 (9) at West Virginia L 0-1 9/26 (9) at Villanova (21) W 1-0 10/1 (14) Boston College (9) (ot) W 1-0 10/3 (14) Loyola (Ill.) W 4-0 10/7 (9) Pittsburgh W 3-0 10/10 (9) Syracuse (2ot) W 1-0 10/13 (7) Michigan (19) W 3-0 10/16 (7) at St. John’s (10) (2ot) T 1-1 10/20 (5) at Seton Hall (17) W 1-0 10/23 (5) at Rutgers W 1-0 10/30 (5) Connecticut W 2-0 11/6 (4) Seton Hall (21) (2ot) T 0-0 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) (Notre Dame eliminated on penalty kicks, 8-7) 11/23 (9) Ohio State L 1-2 (NCAA Second Round) ! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Dale Rellas, John Stephens, Greg Dalby Home: 6-3-2, Away: 5-4-1, Neutral: 1-1-0 9/2 (16) vs. SMU (7) ! W 4-1 9/4 (16) vs.Wake Forest (10) (ot) ! L 0-1 9/9 (17) Boston University ^ W 1-0 9/11 (17) Saint Louis (2ot) ^ W 1-0 9/16 (14) at St. John’s (10) L 1-2 9/18 (14) at Syracuse W 1-0 9/23 (15) Louisville W 2-1 9/25 (15) Cincinnati L 1-2

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9/28 10/1 10/5 10/8 10/11 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/26 10/29 11/2

11/5 11/18 11/22 11/27

Bradley W 1-0 West Virginia (2ot) T 3-3 at Marquette W 1-0 Connecticut (10) L 1-2 at Michigan State (2ot) T 0-0 at Georgetown L 0-1 at Providence (2ot) W 2-1 at Pittsburgh W 2-1 Indiana (5) L 0-3 Seton Hall (16) W 4-0 Syracuse (2ot) T 0-0 (BIG EAST First Round) (Notre Dame advanced on penalty kicks, 4-2) at St. John’s (16) L 0-1 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) Western Illinois W 2-0 (NCAA First Round) at Indiana (5) W 2-0 (NCAA Second Round) at Clemson (12) L 0-1 (NCAA Round of 16)

! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Greg Dalby, Dale Rellas Home: 9-2-1, Away: 6-4-0, Neutral: 0-0-1 8/25 (10) UAB (2ot) ^ L 0-1 8/27 (10) Creighton (8) ^ W 4-1 9/1 (18) vs. Saint Louis (2ot) ! T 0-0 9/3 (18) at Indiana (12) (ot) ! W 5-4 9/8 (8) South Florida L 0-2 9/10 (8) DePaul W 3-0 9/15 (12) at Louisville W 2-0 9/17 (12) at Cincinnati L 1-2 9/20 (21) Northern Illinois (2ot) T 0-0 9/23 (21) Pittsburgh W 3-1 9/27 (15) Marquette W 4-0 9/30 (15) at Seton Hall W 2-0 10/4 (8) at Michigan W 2-0 10/7 (8) Georgetown W 4-1 10/11 (8) Michigan State W 3-0 10/14 (8) Providence W 3-0 10/18 (6) at West Virginia (4) L 1-2 10/21 (6) at Connecticut (14) W 1-0 10/25 (8) DePaul W 2-0 (BIG EAST First Round) 10/28 (8) at Rutgers (2ot) L 1-2 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 11/15 (12) Illinois-Chicago W 1-0 (NCAA Second Round) 11/18 (12) at Maryland (7) (2ot) W 1-0 (NCAA Round of 16) 11/24 (12) at Virginia (4) L 2-3 (NCAA Quarterfinal) ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament ! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic


8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Ryan Miller, Alex Yoshinaga, Matt Besler Home: 7-1-3, Away: 5-3-2, Neutral: 2-1-0 8/31 (9) vs. UCLA (1) (ot) ! W 2-1 9/2 (9) vs. Maryland (7) ! L 0-3 9/7 (8) Rhode Island ^ W 3-0 9/9 (8) Northern Illinois (2ot) ^T 1-1 9/15 (8) at Marquette W 1-0 9/21 (3) at Rutgers W 2-0 9/23 (3) at Villanova ** W 1-0 9/28 (2) Cincinnati (2ot) T 1-1 9/30 (2) Louisville W 2-1 10/3 (3) Michigan (16) W 3-0 10/6 (3) West Virginia (13) W 1-0 10/10 (3) at Michigan State L 0-1 10/13 (3) Connecticut (1) (2ot) T 3-3 10/17 (4) Indiana (12) L 2-3 10/21 (4) Seton Hall W 2-0 10/24 (7) at Pittsburgh W 3-0 10/28 (7) at Providence (2ot) T 2-2 11/3 (9) at Georgetown (2ot) T 0-0 11/11 (11) St. John’s W 1-0 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 11/16 (11) vs. DePaul (19) @ W 2-1 (BIG EAST Semifinal) 11/18 (11) at Connecticut (2) @ L 0-2 (BIG EAST Final) 11/28 (9) Oakland W 2-1 (NCAA Second Round) 12/1 (10) at Santa Clara (7) W 2-0 (NCAA Round of 16) 12/8 (10) at Wake Forest (2) (ot) L 0-1 (NCAA Quarterfinal) ! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament ** - Notre Dame’s 400th win @ - Storrs, Conn. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Matt Besler, Alex Yoshinaga, Michael Thomas Home: 9-1-1, Away: 2-4-1, Neutral: 1-2-0 8/29 (3) vs. Akron (12) ! L 0-3 8/31 (3) vs. Duke ! W 4-1 9/5 (8) Dartmouth ^ W 2-1 9/7 (8) South Florida (5) ^ W 5-0 9/11 (5) Marquette W 4-1 9/19 (3) St. John’s (5) (2ot) T 0-0 9/21 (3) Syracuse W 3-0 9/26 (3) at Cincinnati W 3-0 9/28 (3) at Louisville (16) (ot) L 1-2 10/1 (8) at Michigan * L 1-3 10/8 (15) Michigan State W 3-0 10/11 (15) Pittsburgh W 4-1 10/16 (9) at Indiana (22) L 1-3 10/19 (9) Providence W 3-1 10/22 (13) at Seton Hall (2ot) T 1-1 10/25 (13) at Connecticut (15) (ot) L 0-1

10/29 11/1 11/8 11/14 11/25

(13) Georgetown (24) (19) at West Virginia (11) Louisville (23) (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) (9) vs. South Florida (8) @ (BIG EAST Semifinal) (13) Northwestern (16) (NCAA Second Round)

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2-1 1-0 1-0

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1-2

L

1-2

! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament * - Ypsilanti, Mich. @ - Tampa, Fla. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captains: Dave Donohue, Justin Morrow, Cory Rellas, Michael Thomas Home: 6-4-1, Away: 5-3-0, Neutral: 0-1-3 9/1 (10) Michigan (21) W 5-0 9/4 (10) vs.Wake Forest (3) (2ot) ! T 1-1 9/6 (10) vs. St. John’s (1) ! L 0-2 9/11 (10) Seattle ^ W 3-0 9/13 (10) New Mexico (ot) ^ L 1-2 9/18 (20) at DePaul W 2-1 9/20 (20) at South Florida (5) L 1-2 9/25 (21) Louisville (7) W 4-0 9/27 (21) Cincinnati L 0-1 10/2 (25) Seton Hall W 2-1 10/7 (24) at Marquette W 2-0 10/10 (24) at Providence (2ot) W 1-0 10/14 (22) Indiana (19) L 0-3 10/17 (22) West Virginia L 0-1 10/21 at Georgetown (ot) W 2-1 10/24 at Pittsburgh W 1-0 10/28 at Michigan State L 1-2 10/31 Connecticut (5) (ot) W 2-1 11/8 South Florida (8) (2ot) T 2-2 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) (Notre Dame advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4) 11/13 (25) vs. Louisville (7) (2ot) @T 0-0 (BIG EAST Semifinal) (Notre Dame advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) 11/15 (25) vs. St. John’s (14) (2ot) @ T 0-0 (BIG EAST Final) (Notre Dame eliminated on penalty kicks, 5-3)

11/19 11/22

(19) Green Bay W (NCAA First Round) (19) at Northwestern (18) L (NCAA Second Round)

2-1 1-3

! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament @ - Morgantown, W. Va. 8POr-PTUr5JFE Coach: Bobby Clark Captain: Philip Tuttle Home: 8-2-1, Away: 2-2-2, Neutral: 0-2-1 9/3 (18) vs. UCLA (5) ! L 0-1 9/5 (18) California (2ot) ! T 0-0 9/10 Drake (22) ^ W 2-0 9/12 Cal Poly ^ W 5-1 9/17 (24) at Michigan (2ot) T 0-0 9/19 (24) Michigan State (15) L 0-2 9/25 St. John’s (12) W 1-0 9/29 vs. Northwestern (2ot) * T 1-1 10/3 Providence W 2-1 10/6 (22) at Indiana (20) W 2-1 10/9 (22) at West Virginia L 1-2 10/13 (21) Marquette W 4-1 10/16 (21) at Louisville (2) L 0-2 10/19 at Seton Hall W 3-1 10/22 at Connecticut (5) (2ot) T 0-0 10/27 Pittsburgh W 3-2 10/31 Georgetown (21) W 3-0 11/6 (12) Marquette W 2-1 (BIG EAST Quarterfinal) 11/12 (11) vs. Louisville (1) @ L 0-1 (BIG EAST Semifinal) 11/21 (9) Dartmouth (ot) L 1-2 (NCAA Second Round) ! - adidas/IU Credit Union Classic ^ - Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament * - Toyota Park - Bridgeview, Ill. @ - Red Bull Arena - Harrison, N.J.

The 2006 Fighting Irish squad used a first-round bye along with wins over Illinois-Chicago and Maryland to reach the NCAA tournament quarterfinals for the first time in program history.

2011 MEN’S SOCCER

95


All-Time Series Records Adelphi (0-0-1) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-1 Date Site 10/27/91 Columbia, SC (ot) Air Force (1-0-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/24/89 Colo. Springs, CO Akron (2-7-3) H: 1-2-3, A: 1-4-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site 10/22/81 Akron, OH 10/13/82 Notre Dame, IN 10/19/83 Akron, OH 10/17/84 Notre Dame, IN 10/16/85 Akron, OH 10/7/86 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/9/88 Akron, OH 10/13/89 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/6/02 Akron, OH 11/22/02 Notre Dame, IN* 9/14/03 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 8/29/08 Bloomington, IN * - NCAA Tournament First Round Alabama-Birmingham (0-1-1) H: 0-1 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-1 Date Site 8/29/03 Bloomington, IN (2ot) 8/25/06 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) Albion (2-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/27/78 Notre Dame, IN 9/27/79 Albion, MI Belmont Abbey (2-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/25/82 Belmont, NC 10/4/83 Notre Dame, IN Bethel (IN) (7-0-0) H: 5 0 0, A: 2-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/13/77 Notre Dame, IN 10/16/78 Notre Dame, IN 10/15/79 Mishawaka, IN 10/8/80 Notre Dame, IN 11/2/82 Notre Dame, IN 9/14/83 Notre Dame, IN 9/11/84 Mishawaka, IN Birmingham Southern (1-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/25/88 Notre Dame, IN Boston College (7-3-0) H: 4-1 0, A: 2-2-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 9/26/87 Dayton, OH 9/24/95 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 11/3/96 Chestnut Hill, MA 11/2/97 Notre Dame, IN 10/24/98 Chestnut Hill, MA 9/4/99 Notre Dame, IN 9/9/00 Chestnut Hill, MA 10/20/01 Notre Dame, IN 10/12/02 Chestnut Hill, MA(ot) 10/1/04 Chestnut Hill, MA (ot)

96

T

Score 2-2

W

Score 2-1

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

Score 0-2 1-5 1-2 0-1 1-8 1-1 2-3 0-0 1-0 3-1 0-0 0-3

T L

Score 0-0 0-1

W W

Score 9-1 3-1

W W

Score 1-0 1-0

W W W W W W W

Score 7-1 8-1 3-1 3-0 12-0 11-0 4-0

W

Score 5-0

W L L W W W L W W W

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

Boston University (3-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 2-0-0 Date Site 10/30/88 Miami, FL 9/5/04 Bloomington, IN 9/9/05 Notre Dame, IN Bowling Green (5-3-1) H: 3-1-1, A: 2-2-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/31/79 Bowling Green, OH 10/15/80 Notre Dame, IN 10/2/85 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/1/86 Bowling Green, OH 9/29/87 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/27/88 Bowling Green, OH 10/29/89 Notre Dame, IN 10/17/93 Bowling Green, OH 10/16/94 Notre Dame, IN Bradley (3-2-0) H: 2-1-0, A: 1-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/6/97 Notre Dame, IN 9/25/01 Peoria, IL 9/19/02 Peoria, IL 9/25/03 Notre Dame, IN 9/28/05 Notre Dame, IN Buffalo (0-1-0) H: 0-1-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/13/97 Notre Dame, IN (ot) Butler (3-2-1) H: 2-1-0, A: 0-1-1, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/9/90 Indianapolis, IN (ot) 10/13/91 Notre Dame, IN 10/29/92 Indianapolis, IN (ot) 9/10/93 Notre Dame, IN 11/5/93 Bloomington, IN* 11/4/94 Notre Dame, IN* * - MCC Tournament Semifinal California (1-0-1) H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 8/30/03 Bloomington, IN (ot) 9/5/10 Notre Dame, IN (ot) Cal Poly (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/12/10 Notre Dame, IN Cal State-Fullerton (0-0-2) H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-1 Date Site 10/30/94 Los Angeles, CA (ot) 9/12/04 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) Cal State-Los Angeles (0-0-1) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-1 Date Site 10/6/89 Santa Clara, CA (ot) Central Connecticut St. (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/12/94 Notre Dame, IN* (ot) * - NCAA Tournament Play-in Central Florida (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/20/85 Orlando, FL

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME速

W W W

Score 5-1 2-0 1-0

L W T L W W L W W

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

L W L W W

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

L

Score 2-3

L W T L W W

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

W T

Score 2-1 0-0

W

Score 5-1

T T

Score 2-2 0-0

T

Score 0-0

W

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L

Score 1-6

Central Michigan (2-0-0) H: 2-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/12/84 Notre Dame, IN 9/18/91 Notre Dame, IN Chicago (6-0-0) H: 3-0-0, A: 3-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/25/78 Chicago, IL (ot) 10/30/79 Notre Dame, IN 10/28/80 Chicago, IL 10/4/81 Notre Dame, IN 10/12/82 Chicago, IL 10/16/83 Notre Dame, IN Cincinnati (2-4-1) H: 0-3-1, A: 2-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/9/79 Notre Dame, IN 9/7/80 Cincinnati, OH 9/25/05 Notre Dame, IN 9/17/06 Cincinnati, OH 9/28/07 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/26/08 Cincinnati, OH 9/27/09 Notre Dame, IN Clemson (0-2-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/9/01 Greenville, SC 11/27/05 Clemson, SC* * - NCAA Tournament Round of 16 Cleveland State (4-0-0) H: 3-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/14/99 Notre Dame, IN 9/19/00 Notre Dame, IN 9/19/01 Notre Dame, IN 10/14/03 Cleveland, OH College of Charleston (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/16/88 Charleston, SC Connecticut (7-10-3) H: 4-3-2, A: 2-7-1, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/19/86 Storrs, CT (ot) 10/29/95 Storrs, CT 9/20/96 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 11/17/96 Piscataway, NJ** 10/26/97 Storrs, CT (ot) 10/16/98 Notre Dame, IN 9/19/99 Storrs, CT (ot) 9/24/99 Notre Dame, IN 10/27/01 Storrs, CT 10/20/02 Notre Dame, IN 10/22/03 Storrs, CT 11/9/03 Notre Dame, IN* 10/30/04 Notre Dame, IN 10/8/05 Notre Dame, IN 10/21/06 Storrs, CT 10/13/07 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 11/18/07 Storrs, CT*** 10/25/08 Storrs, CT (ot) 10/31/09 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/22/10 Storrs, CT (ot) * - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal ** - BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal *** - BIG EAST Tournament Final

W W

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W W W W W W

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

L W L L T W L

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

L L

Score 0-4 0-1

W W W W

Score 1-0 2-1 3-1 6-0

L

Score 1-2

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

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


Cornell (0-0-1) H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/13/02 Notre Dame, IN (ot) Creighton (1-0-2) H: 1-0-1, A: 0-0-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/7/90 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/1/02 Omaha, NE* 8/27/06 Notre Dame, IN Dartmouth (1-1-0) H: 1-1-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/5/08 Notre Dame, IN 11/21/10 Notre Dame, IN* (ot) * - NCAA Tournament Second Round Dayton (9-1-1) H: 6-0-0, A: 3-1-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/16/77 Dayton, OH (ot) 10/1/78 Dayton, OH 10/29/78 Notre Dame, IN 9/14/79 Dayton, OH (ot) 10/31/80 Dayton, OH 9/25/81 Notre Dame, IN 10/1/82 Notre Dame, IN 9/18/88 Notre Dame, IN 9/1/90 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/6/91 Dayton, OH 10/4/92 Notre Dame, IN Delaware (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/29/93 Newark, DE DePaul (19-1-0) H: 12 0-0, A: 6-1-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 9/12/80 Notre Dame, IN 9/30/81 Notre Dame, IN 10/15/82 Notre Dame, IN 10/2/83 Chicago, IL 9/28/84 Notre Dame, IN 9/11/85 Chicago, IL 9/24/86 Notre Dame, IN 10/17/87 Chicago, IL 10/13/88 Notre Dame, IN 10/18/89 Notre Dame, IN 10/18/91 Notre Dame, IN 9/29/92 Chicago, IL 9/28/93 Notre Dame, IN 10/18/94 Chicago, IL 9/3/95 Notre Dame, IN 9/16/96 Chicago, IL 9/10/06 Notre Dame, IN 10/25/06 Notre Dame, IN* 11/16/07 Storrs, CT** 9/18/09 Chicago, IL * - BIG EAST Tournament First Round ** - BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals Detroit (11-2-0) H: 4-2-0, A: 4-0-0, N: 3-0-0 Date Site 9/8/87 Detroit, MI 9/30/88 Notre Dame, IN 11/4/88 St. Louis, MO* 9/6/89 Detroit, MI 9/13/89 Notre Dame, IN 9/19/90 Notre Dame, IN 10/1/91 Detroit, MI 11/7/91 Bloomington, IN*

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T T W

Score 0-0 1-1 4-1

W L

Score 2-1 1-2

T W W L W W W W W W W

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

W

Score 4-0

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

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

W W W W W L W W

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

10/7/92 Notre Dame, IN 9/14/93 Detroit, MI 11/7/93 Bloomington, IN** 9/20/94 Notre Dame, IN 10/5/95 Notre Dame, IN * - MCC Tournament Quarterfinal ** - MCC Tournament Final Drake (3-0-0) H: 2 0 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/12/78 Des Moines, IA 9/4/87 Notre Dame, IN 9/10/10 Notre Dame, IN Duke (1-2-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-1-0, N: 1-1-0 Date Site 9/7/90 Durham, NC 9/6/92 Bloomington, IN 8/31/08 Bloomington, IN Eastern Illinois (1-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/23/97 Notre Dame, IN Eastern Michigan (1-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/26/99 Notre Dame, IN Evansville (5-5-1) H: 2-1-1, A: 2-2-0, N: 1-2-0 Date Site 11/12/77 Evansville, IN 9/15/85 Evansville, IN (ot) 11/9/86 Notre Dame, IN 11/5/88 St. Louis, MO* 10/22/90 Evansville, IN 9/22/91 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 11/10/91 Indianapolis, IN** 10/11/92 Evansville, IN 11/7/92 Indianapolis, IN* 9/19/93 Notre Dame, IN 9/10/04 Notre Dame, IN * - MCC Tournament Semifinal ** - MCC Tournament Final Findlay (1-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/7/83 Notre Dame, IN Florida International (0-1-1) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-1-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/2/86 Miami, FL (ot) 10/27/90 Miami, FL Florissant Valley (1-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/8/78 Notre Dame, IN Fresno State (1-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/12/03 Notre Dame, IN (ot) Furman (1-1-0) H: 1 0 0; A: 0-1-0; N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/07/01 Greenville, SC (ot) 9/15/02 Notre Dame, IN (ot)

W W W W L

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

W W W

Score 4-2 2-0 2-0

L L W

Score 2-5 1-2 4-1

W

Score 1-0

W

Score 5-2

W L L W L T L W L W W

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

W

Score 6-0

T L

Score 0-0 2-3

W

Score 3-0

W

Score 2-1

L W

Score 2-3 2-1

George Mason (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/3/85 Fairfax, VA Georgetown (12-7-2) H: 8-3-0, A: 3-4-1, N: 1-0-1 Date Site 9/11/82 Rochester, NY (ot) 10/23/91 Washington, DC 10/8/95 Notre Dame, IN 10/23/96 Washington, DC (ot) 11/10/96 Notre Dame, IN* 10/17/97 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/3/98 Washington, DC 10/29/99 Notre Dame, IN 10/17/00 Washington, DC 10/05/01 Notre Dame, IN 11/10/01 Notre Dame, IN* 10/26/02 Washington, DC 11/9/02 Notre Dame, IN* (ot) 9/28/03 Notre Dame, IN 9/18/04 Notre Dame, IN 10/15/05 Washington, DC 10/7/06 Notre Dame, IN 11/3/07 Washington, DC (ot) 10/29/08 Notre Dame, IN 10/21/09 Washington, DC (ot) 10/31/10 Notre Dame, IN * - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal Goshen (1-2-0) H: 1-1-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/4/77 Notre Dame, IN 10/3/78 Goshen, IN 10/2/79 Notre Dame, IN Grace College (3-0-0) H: 2-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/10/80 Notre Dame, IN 9/9/81 Winona Lake, IN 11/1/83 Notre Dame, IN Huntington (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/21/77 Notre Dame, IN Illinois (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/21/84 Notre Dame, IN Illinois-Chicago (3-0-0) H: 3-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/11/92 Notre Dame, IN 10/7/94 Notre Dame, IN 11/15/06 Notre Dame, IN* * - NCAA Tournament Second Round Illinois State (1-0-1) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/13/85 Normal, IL (ot) 9/23/87 Notre Dame, IN Indiana (6-24-1) H: 2-12-0, A: 4-12-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/22/78 Bloomington, IN 9/28/79 Notre Dame, IN 9/28/80 Bloomington, IN 10/25/81 Notre Dame, IN 9/24/82 Bloomington, IN

2011 MEN’S SOCCER

L

Score 2-3

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

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

W L L

Score 3-1 1-2 0-2

W W W

Score 4-0 7-0 2-1

W

Score 3-0

W

Score 3-1

W W W

Score 7-0 3-0 1-0

T W

Score 2-2 1-0

L L L L L

Score 1-7 0-4 0-4 0-2 0-4

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All-Time Series Records 9/25/83 Notre Dame, IN 9/23/84 Bloomington, IN 9/22/85 Notre Dame, IN 9/12/86 Bloomington, IN 9/13/87 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/9/88 Bloomington, IN (ot) 9/29/89 Notre Dame, IN 9/27/91 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/25/92 Bloomington, IN 9/24/93 Notre Dame, IN 9/23/94 Bloomington, IN 11/20/94 Bloomington, IN* (ot) 9/22/95 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/27/96 Bloomington, IN 9/2/97 Notre Dame, IN 10/17/01 Bloomington, IN 11/27/02 Bloomington, IN** 9/18/03 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/15/04 Bloomington, IN 10/26/05 Notre Dame, IN 11/22/05 Bloomington, IN** 9/3/06 Bloomington, IN (ot) 10/17/07 Notre Dame, IN 10/16/08 Bloomington, IN 10/14/09 Notre Dame, IN 10/6/10 Bloomington, IN * - NCAA Tournament First Round ** - NCAA Tournament Second Round IPFW (4-1-0) H: 3 0 0, A: 1-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/9/77 Fort Wayne, IN 9/15/78 Notre Dame, IN 9/8/82 Notre Dame, IN 9/6/83 Fort Wayne, IN 9/5/84 Notre Dame, IN IUPUI (4-0-1) H: 3 0 0, A: 1-0-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/5/77 Indianapolis, IN 10/6/98 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/5/99 Notre Dame, IN 10/31/00 Indianapolis, IN (ot) 10/30/01 Notre Dame, IN Indiana Tech (3-0-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 2-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/26/77 Fort Wayne, IN 9/25/78 Notre Dame, IN 9/25/79 Fort Wayne, IN (ot) John Carroll (0-1-0) H: 0-1 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/28/84 Notre Dame, IN Kalamazoo (1-1-0) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/26/79 Notre Dame, IN 10/30/80 Kalamazoo, MI Kentucky (4-0-0) H: 2 0 0, A: 2-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/23/82 Lexington, KY 9/23/83 Notre Dame, IN 11/3/91 Notre Dame, IN 10/17/92 Lexington, KY

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

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

W W W L W

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

W W W T W

Score 5-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 4-0

W W W

Score 3-1 7-0 4-3

L

Score 2-3

W L

Score 11-1 0-1

W W W W

Score 3-2 4-0 2-0 2-0

Lafayette (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/4/88 Easton, PA W 3-2 La Salle (3-0-0) H: 2-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/20/92 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/31/93 Philadelphia, PA W 4-0 9/25/94 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 Louisville (9-3-1) H: 6-0-0, A: 3-2-0, N: 0-1-1 Date Site Score 11/7/81 Louisville, KY W 4-1 10/10/82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/11/83 Louisville, KY W 3-0 9/9/84 Notre Dame, IN W 3-1 9/23/05 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/15/06 Louisville, KY W 2-0 9/30/07 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 9/28/08 Louisville, KY (ot) L 1-2 11/8/08 Notre Dame, IN* W 1-0 9/25/09 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/13/09 Morgantown, WV (2ot)** T 0-0 (Notre Dame advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) 10/16/10 Louisville, KY L 0-2 11/12/10 Harrison, NJ** L 0-1 * - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal ** - BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal Loyola (Ill.) (14-3-2) H: 8-1-0, A: 5-2-2, N: 1-0-0 Date Site Score 9/12/79 Notre Dame, IN W 6-0 9/30/80 Chicago, IL W 6-1 9/11/81 Notre Dame, IN W 7-0 9/28/82 Chicago, IL W 3-1 9/16/83 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 9/26/84 Chicago, IL (ot) T 0-0 11/1/85 Notre Dame, IN W 7-0 9/1/87 Chicago, IL (ot) W 2-1 9/1/88 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 4-1 9/20/89 Chicago, IL W 4-0 10/20/89 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 9/12/90 Chicago, IL (ot) T 2-2 9/10/91 Notre Dame, IN (ot) L 0-1 10/14/92 Chicago, IL L 2-3 11/6/92 Indianapolis, IN* W 2-1 10/13/93 Chicago, IL W 7-0 10/5/94 Chicago. IL L 0-2 11/3/02 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 10/3/04 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 * - MCC Tournament Quarterfinal Loyola (Md.) (0-0-1) H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/23/79 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 2-2 Loyola Marymount (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/28/95 Notre Dame, IN W 5-0 Maine (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site Score 9/3/88 Easton, PA W 3-1 Manchester (2-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/11/77 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 10/10/78 N. Manchester, IN W 6-0

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Marquette (13-5-1) H: 8-1-1, A: 5-4-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/5/79 Notre Dame, IN 10/5/80 Milwaukee, WI 10/9/81 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/17/82 Milwaukee,WI (ot) 10/14/83 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/14/84 Milwaukee, WI 10/9/85 Notre Dame, IN 10/5/86 Milwaukee, WI 11/6/87 Notre Dame, IN 9/17/88 Milwaukee, WI 9/24/89 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/24/90 Milwaukee, WI 10/5/05 Milwaukee, WI 9/27/06 Notre Dame, IN 9/15/07 Milwaukee, WI 9/11/08 Notre Dame, IN 10/7/09 Milwaukee, WI 10/13/10 Notre Dame, IN 11/6/10 Notre Dame, IN* * - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal Maryland (1-2-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-1-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site 11/23/01 College Park, MD* 11/18/06 College Park, MD** (ot) 9/2/07 Bloomington, IN * - NCAA Tournament First Round ** - NCAA Tournament Round of 16 Miami (OH) (2-1-1) H: 1-1-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-1 Date Site 10/12/80 Notre Dame, IN 10/6/85 Dayton, OH (ot) 9/27/86 Oxford, OH 11/2/92 Notre Dame, IN Michigan (7-1-2) H: 6-0-1, A: 1-1-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/30/77 Notre Dame, IN 9/22/78 Notre Dame, IN 9/14/86 Notre Dame, IN 11/30/03 Notre Dame, IN* 10/13/04 Notre Dame, IN 10/4/06 Ann Arbor, MI 10/3/07 Notre Dame, IN 10/1/08 Ypsilanti, MI 9/1/09 Notre Dame, IN 9/17/10 Ann Arbor, MI (ot) * - NCAA Tournament Round of 16 Michigan State (10-5-5) H: 9-1-1, A: 1-4-4, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/7/78 East Lansing, MI (ot) 10/19/79 Notre Dame, IN 10/2/81 Notre Dame, IN 9/14/84 East Lansing, MI (ot) 9/20/85 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/19/86 East Lansing, MI 9/18/87 Notre Dame, IN 9/16/88 East Lansing, MI 9/22/89 Notre Dame, IN 9/21/90 East Lansing, MI 9/20/91 Notre Dame, IN 9/18/92 East Lansing, MI (ot) 9/17/93 Notre Dame, IN 11/2/03 East Lansing, MI 10/11/05 East Lansing, MI (2ot) 10/11/06 Notre Dame, IN

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

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

L W L

Score 0-1 1-0 0-3

L T W W

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

W W W T W W W L W T

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

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

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


10/10/07 East Lansing, MI 10/8/08 Notre Dame, IN 10/28/09 East Lansing, MI 9/19/10 Notre Dame, IN Minnesota (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/7/86 Minneapolis, MN Monmouth (2-1-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 2-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/24/79 W. Long Branch, NJ 10/21/80 W. Long Branch, NJ 9/17/95 W. Long Branch, NJ Morton (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/18/78 Notre Dame, IN Navy (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/1/86 Annapolis, MD New Mexico (0-1-0) H: 0-1-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/13/09 Notre Dame, IN (ot) UNC-Charlotte (1-2-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-1-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site 10/25/85 Charlotte, NC 10/26/90 Miami, FL 12/1/96 Charlotte, NC* * - NCAA Tournament Round of 16 UNC-Greensboro (2-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 2-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/28/82 Greensboro, NC (ot) 11/24/96 Greensboro, NC* * - NCAA Tournament First Round North Carolina State (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/9/90 Durham, NC Northern Illinois (0-1-2) H: 0-0-2, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/15/94 DeKalb, IL 9/20/06 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/9/07 Notre Dame, IN (ot) Northwestern (12-3-2) H: 8-1-0, A: 4-2-1, N: 0-0-1 Date Site 10/26/78 Evanston, IL (ot) 11/2/79 Notre Dame, IN 10/23/81 Notre Dame, IN 9/16/84 Evanston, IL 9/29/85 Evanston, IL 9/17/86 Notre Dame, IN 9/20/87 Notre Dame, IN 9/7/94 Notre Dame, IN 11/1/95 Evanston, IL 9/3/96 Notre Dame, IN 9/16/97 Evanston, IL (ot) 9/8/98 Notre Dame, IN 9/1/99 Evanston, IL 10/3/00 Notre Dame, IN 11/25/08 Notre Dame, IN* 11/22/09 Evanston, IL*

L W L L

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

W

Score 4-1

W L W

Score 4-0 0-2 4-2

W

Score 5-3

W

Score 2-1

L

Score 1-2

W L L

Score 1-0 0-3 0-1

W W

Score 3-1 1-0

L

Score 1-2

L T T

Score 0-2 0-0 1-1

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

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

9/29/10 Bridgeview, IL (ot) * - NCAA Tournament Second Round Oakland (2-0-0) H: 2 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/30/79 Notre Dame, IN 11/28/07 Notre Dame, IN* * - NCAA Tournament Second Round Ohio (1-0-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/12/79 Milwaukee, WI Ohio State (7-1-1) H: 5-1 0, A: 2-0-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/4/79 Columbus, OH 9/19/80 Notre Dame, IN 9/20/81 Columbus, OH (ot) 9/17/82 Notre Dame, IN 11/8/87 Notre Dame, IN 10/5/90 Notre Dame, IN 10/10/93 Columbus, OH 9/9/94 Notre Dame, IN 11/23/04 Notre Dame, IN* *- NCAA Tournament Second Round Old Dominion (0-1-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/26/93 Norfolk, VA Oregon State (1-0-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 9/3/04 Bloomington, IN Penn State (1-4-0) H: 0-1 0, A: 0-3-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/19/80 University Park, PA 10/24/86 University Park, PA 10/29/88 Miami, FL 10/2/93 Notre Dame, IN 9/23/94 University Park, PA Pittsburgh (9-3-3) H: 5-2-1, A: 4-1-2, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/22/95 Pittsburgh, PA 10/13/96 Notre Dame, IN 8/29/97 Pittsburgh, PA (ot) 9/13/98 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 9/11/99 Pittsburgh, PA (ot) 9/29/00 Notre Dame, IN 10/4/02 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 10/5/03 Pittsburgh, PA 10/7/04 Notre Dame, IN 10/22/05 Pittsburgh, PA 9/23/06 Notre Dame, IN 10/24/07 Pittsburgh, PA 10/11/08 Notre Dame, IN 10/24/09 Pittsburgh, PA 10/27/10 Notre Dame, IN Portland (0-1-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/22/87 Portland, OR Providence (13-2-1) H: 7 0 0, A: 5-2-1, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/14/95 Notre Dame, IN 8/31/96 Providence, RI 9/7/97 Notre Dame, IN

T

1-1

W W

Score 2-0 2-1

W

Score 2-0

W W T W W W W W L

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

L

Score 1-4

W

Score 2-1

L L W L L

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

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

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

L

Score 1-3

W W W

Score 1-0 1-0 3-0

10/21/98 Providence, RI L 10/9/99 Notre Dame, IN W 10/8/00 Providence, RI L 10/24/01 Providence, RI W 9/22/02 Notre Dame, IN W 10/22/03 Providence, RI W 11/14/03 Storrs, CT* W 10/19/05 Providence, RI (ot) W 10/14/06 Notre Dame, IN W 10/28/07 Providence, RI (ot) T 10/19/08 Notre Dame, IN W 10/10/09 Providence, RI (2ot) W 10/3/10 Notre Dame, IN W * - BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal Purdue (5-1-0) H: 4-0-0, A: 1-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/24/77 West Lafayette, IN W 9/29/78 Notre Dame, IN W 9/22/79 West Lafayette, IN L 10/10/80 Notre Dame, IN W 9/7/84 Notre Dame, IN W 9/6/86 Notre Dame, IN W Rhode Island (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/7/07 Notre Dame, IN W Rutgers (5-10-1) H: 1-3-0, A: 3-7-1, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/22/88 Piscataway, NJ L 9/4/93 Bloomington, IN W 9/15/95 Piscataway, NJ L 10/18/96 Piscataway, NJ L 11/17/96 Piscataway, NJ* W 9/7/97 Notre Dame, IN W 9/18/98 Piscataway, NJ (ot) L 10/17/99 Notre Dame, IN L 11/6/99 Piscataway, NJ* L 10/22/00 Piscataway, NJ L 9/22/01 Notre Dame, IN L 9/29/02 Piscataway, NJ (ot) T 10/11/03 Notre Dame, IN L 10/23/04 Piscataway, NJ W 10/28/06 Piscataway, NJ** (2ot) L 9/21/07 Piscataway, NJ W * - BIG EAST Tournament Final ** - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal St. Francis (IN) (2-1-0) H: 1-1-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/19/77 Notre Dame, IN L 9/9/83 Notre Dame, IN W 10/2/84 Fort Wayne, IN W St. John’s (MN) (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/8/83 Milwaukee, WI W St. John’s (NY) (4-11-5) H: 3-1-3, A: 0-7-1, N: 1-3-1 Date Site 10/17/95 Jamaica, NY L 9/7/96 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 10/21/97 Jamaica, NY L 11/15/97 Storrs, CT* L 9/26/98 Notre Dame, IN (ot) T 11/7/98 Jamaica, NY** L 10/23/99 Jamaica, NY L 10/14/00 Notre Dame, IN W 11/16/01 Storrs, CT* L

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

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

Score 0-2 9-0 5-2 Score 2-0 Score 0-6 2-2 0-1 1-4 1-1 0-2 1-4 1-0 0-1

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All-Time Series Records 9/26/02 Jamaica, NY L 0-1 9/4/03 Notre Dame, IN L 0-3 11/16/03 Storrs, CT*** W 2-0 10/16/04 Jamaica, NY (2ot) T 1-1 9/16/05 Jamaica, NY L 1-2 11/5/05 Jamaica, NY** L 0-1 11/11/07 Notre Dame, IN** W 1-0 9/19/08 Notre Dame, IN T 0-0 9/6/09 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 9/15/09 Morgantown, WV (2ot)*** T 0-0 (Notre Dame eliminated on penalty kicks, 5-3) 9/25/10 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 * - BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal ** - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal *** - BIG EAST Tournament Final St. Joseph’s (IN) (13-0-0) H: 8 0 0, A: 5-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/20/77 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 10/18/77 Rensselaer, IN W 5-1 9/18/78 Notre Dame, IN W 12-0 10/24/78 Rensselaer, IN W 5-0 9/18/79 Notre Dame, IN W 9-0 10/17/79 Rensselaer, IN W 11-0 9/26/80 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 10/14/80 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/15/81 Notre Dame, IN W 10-0 10/14/81 Rensselaer, IN W 6-0 9/21/82 Notre Dame, IN W 6-0 9/20/83 Rensselaer, IN W 7-0 9/30/84 Notre Dame, IN W 7-1 St. Peter’s (0-1-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/25/79 Jersey City, NJ L 0-1 Saint Louis (3-7-1) H: 2-1 0, A: 1-5-0, N: 0-1-1 Date Site Score 9/14/80 St. Louis, MO L 1-6 9/13/81 Notre Dame, IN (ot) W 4-3 10/7/84 St. Louis, MO L 1-3 11/6/88 St. Louis, MO* W 2-0 9/22/89 Bloomington, IN L 0-2 11/3/89 St. Louis, MO** L 1-2 9/14/90 Notre Dame, IN L 2-3 11/1/90 St. Louis, MO*** L 0-1 9/13/91 St. Louis, MO L 0-2 9/11/05 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) W 1-0 9/1/06 Bloomington, IN (2ot) T 0-0 * - MCC Tournament Final ** - MCC Tournament Semifinal *** - MCC Tournament Quarterfinal Saint Mary’s (1-1-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 1-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/11/98 Moraga, CA W 2-1 9/26/99 Moraga, CA L 0-2 San Diego (0-1-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site Score 9/24/99 Moraga, CA L 0-3 San Diego State (0-1-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site Score 11/1/87 Los Angeles, CA L 0-1

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Santa Clara (1-2-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-2-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/8/89 Santa Clara, CA L 0-4 10/9/98 Santa Clara, CA L 1-3 12/1/07 Santa Clara, CA* W 2-0 * - NCAA Tournament Round of 16 Seattle (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/11/09 Notre Dame, IN W 3-0 Seton Hall (12-4-3) H: 6-1-1, A: 6-3-2, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/23/79 South Orange, NJ W 4-0 10/24/80 South Orange, NJ W 2-0 9/17/95 South Orange, NJ L 1-4 9/22/96 Notre Dame, IN W 1-0 10/24/97 South Orange, NJ L 1-2 11/9/97 South Orange, NJ* W 2-0 10/18/98 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 11/3/99 South Orange, NJ T 1-1 9/22/00 Notre Dame, IN L 0-1 9/29/01 South Orange, NJ (ot) L 0-1 9/7/02 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 10/20/04 South Orange, NJ W 1-0 11/6/04 Notre Dame, IN (2ot)* T 0-0 (Notre Dame eliminated 8-7 on penalty kicks) 10/29/05 Notre Dame, IN W 4-0 9/30/06 South Orange, NJ W 2-0 10/21/07 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 10/22/08 South Orange, NJ (2ot) T 1-1 10/2/09 Notre Dame, IN W 2-1 10/19/10 South Orange, NJ W 3-1 * - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal Siena Heights (2-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/14/79 Adrian, MI W 4-2 9/23/80 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 South Bend Soccer Club (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 9/21/77 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1 South Carolina (1-1-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/26/91 Columbia, SC L 0-2 10/1/93 Notre Dame, IN W 2-0 USC-Spartanburg (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/10/87 Spartanburg, SC (ot) W 2-1 South Dakota (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 0-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/18/81 Notre Dame, IN W 6-0 South Florida (1-4-1) H: 1-1-1, A: 0-3-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site Score 10/22/85 Tampa, FL L 0-3 9/8/06 Notre Dame, IN L 0-2 9/7/08 Notre Dame, IN W 5-0 11/14/08 Tampa, FL* L 1-2 9/20/09 Tampa, FL L 1-2 11/8/09 Notre Dame, IN** (2ot) T 2-2 (Notre Dame advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4) * - BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal ** - BIG EAST Tournament Quarterfinal

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Upsala (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/23/80 East Orange, NJ Valparaiso (26-0-1) H: 15 0-0, A: 11-0-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/2/77 Notre Dame, IN 11/9/77 Valparaiso, IN 9/20/78 Notre Dame, IN 11/1/78 Valparaiso, IN 10/9/79 Notre Dame, IN 11/6/79 Valparaiso, IN 9/16/80 Notre Dame, IN 11/4/80 Valparaiso, IN 9/16/81 Notre Dame, IN 10/28/81 Valparaiso, IN 9/15/82 Notre Dame, IN 10/20/82 Valparaiso, IN 9/13/83 Notre Dame, IN 11/3/83 Valparaiso, IN 11/1/84 Valparaiso, IN (ot) 10/30/85 Notre Dame, IN 10/29/86 Valparaiso, IN 11/4/87 Notre Dame, IN 10/16/89 Notre Dame, IN 9/17/90 Notre Dame, IN 10/9/91 Valparaiso, IN 9/15/92 Notre Dame, IN 9/8/95 Notre Dame, IN 9/10/96 Notre Dame, IN 9/10/97 Valparaiso, IN 9/1/98 Notre Dame, IN 10/12/99 Valparaiso, IN Vanderbilt (1-1-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-1-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/12/85 Normal, IL 10/20/92 Nashville, TN Villanova (10-2-0) H: 5-0-0, A: 5-2-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/27/79 Villanova, PA 11/3/95 Notre Dame, IN 10/29/96 Villanova, PA 9/26/97 Notre Dame, IN 9/20/98 Villanova, PA (ot) 10/15/99 Notre Dame, IN 10/20/00 Villanova, PA 9/01/01 Notre Dame, IN 10/23/02 Villanova, PA 10/31/03 Notre Dame, IN 9/26/04 Villanova, PA 9/23/07 Villanova, PA Virginia (0-3-0) H: 0-0-0, A: 0-2-0, N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/1/85 Charlottesville, VA 9/3/89 Bloomington, IN 11/24/06 Charlottesville, VA* * - NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal Virginia Tech (3-0-0) H: 1-0-0, A: 2-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/14/01 Blacksburg, VA 11/1/02 Notre Dame, IN 11/25/03 Blacksburg, VA (ot)

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Wake Forest (0-4-1) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-2-0, N: 0-2-1 Date Site 10/30/82 Winston-Salem, NC 9/28/94 Davidson, NC 9/4/05 Bloomington, IN (ot) 12/8/07 Winston-Salem, NC (ot)* 9/4/09 Bloomington, IN (2ot) *-NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal West Virginia (8-6-1) H: 5-1-1, A: 3-5-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/20/95 Morgantown, WV 9/13/96 Notre Dame, IN 9/20/97 Morgantown, WV 10/30/98 Notre Dame, IN 10/20/99 Morgantown, WV 10/27/00 Notre Dame, IN 10/11/01 Morgantown, WV 9/21/03 Notre Dame, IN 9/23/04 Morgantown, WV 10/1/05 Notre Dame, IN (2ot) 10/18/06 Morgantown, WV 10/6/07 Notre Dame, IN 11/1/08 Morgantown, WV 10/17/09 Notre Dame, IN 10/9/10 Morgantown, WV Western Illinois (3-0-0) H: 2 0 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/21/93 Macomb, IL 10/11/96 Notre Dame, IN 11/18/05 Notre Dame, IN* * - NCAA Tournament First Round Western Michigan (8-3-2) H: 7 0-1, A: 1-3-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 11/4/78 Kalamazoo, MI 10/17/80 Notre Dame, IN 10/17/81 Kalamazoo, MI 10/8/82 Notre Dame, IN (ot) 11/5/86 Notre Dame, IN 9/9/87 Kalamazoo, MI 9/23/88 Notre Dame, IN 10/30/91 Notre Dame, IN 10/26/95 Notre Dame, IN 10/1/96 Kalamazoo, MI 10/14/97 Notre Dame, IN 9/29/98 Kalamazoo, MI (ot) 9/7/99 Notre Dame, IN (ot) Wheaton (1-0-1) H: 1 0 0, A: 0-0-1, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/23/81 Wheaton, IL (ot) 9/20/82 Notre Dame, IN Wilkes College (1-0-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/23/83 Wilkes-Barre, PA Winthrop (1-0-0) H: 0 0 0, A: 0-0-0, N: 1-0-0 Date Site 10/11/87 Spartanburg, SC Wisconsin-Green Bay (3-1-0) H: 2-1 0, A: 1-0-0, N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/28/85 Green Bay, WI (ot) 11/2/88 Notre Dame, IN 10/9/94 Notre Dame, IN

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hen Father Edward F. Sorin started his school in the northern Indiana wilderness, he had only $300, three log buildings badly in need of repair and a far-sighted vision of establishing a liberal arts school to meet the growing educational needs of the frontier. He dreamed of building a great university, and in 1842, he founded the University of Notre Dame du Lac. Over the years, the University of Notre Dame du Lac would evolve into a preeminent place for Catholic thought. While becoming one of the top undergraduate institutions in the country, Notre Dame has also been at the cutting edge of research, including such innovations as the transmission of wireless messages and the development of synthetic rubber. Today researchers are achieving breakthroughs in astrophysics, radiation chemistry, environmental sciences, tropical disease transmission, cancer, robotics, and nanoelectronics. The University has also stressed residential life, with four-of-five students living on campus in the school’s 29 residence halls that serve as the focal point of social, spiritual and athletic activities. Notre Dame is one of a handful of universities with a truly international student body, coming from over 100 nations and all 50 states. Students come to Notre Dame not only to learn how to think, but to learn how to live, keeping faith with the vision of Fr. Sorin. Notre Dame is one of the few universities to regularly rank in the top 25 in the U.S. News & World Report survey of America’s best colleges and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Directors’ Cup standings of the best overall athletics

programs. The University ranks first among all Catholic universities worldwide, according to the 2011 Times Higher Education survey and the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame boasts the No. 1 undergraduate business program in the nation according to BusinessWeek magazine.

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University Leadership Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. President

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ev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., is in his second five-year term as the 17th president of the University of Notre Dame. His vision is for Notre Dame to be the Catholic research university for our time – an institution that unifies, enlightens and heals by engaging in scholarship of the first rank while maintaining its distinctive Catholic character and long-time excellence in undergraduate education. During his tenure, Notre Dame has made significant progress toward its research goal, including selection as the lead partner in the Midwest Institute for Nanoelectronics Discovery, the creation of the Innovation Park research facility, and the construction of Stinson Remick Hall of Engineering. His commitment to undergraduate education has been marked by the Notre Dame Forums, yearlong initiatives that have examined important issues such as religion and world conflict, global health, immigration and energy. The University’s Catholic identity has been strengthened during Father Jenkins’ tenure in multiple ways, including the appointment of a coordinator for University life initiatives and the construction of

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multimillion-dollar facilities for the Institute for Church Life, including the Center for Social Concerns, and the Institute for Educational Initiatives, which includes the Alliance for Catholic Education. Father Jenkins earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in philosophy from Notre Dame in 1976 and 1978, respectively, and was ordained a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1983. He holds advanced degrees from Oxford and the Jesuit School of Theology. He is a professor of philosophy and the author of Knowledge and Faith in Thomas Aquinas. A native of Omaha, Neb., Father Jenkins was born Dec. 17, 1953.

President’s Leadership Council President: Provost: Executive Vice President:

Marianne Corr Scott Malpass

Vice President and Senior Associate Provost:

Christine M. Maziar

Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization:

J. Nicholas Entrikin

Vice President and Associate Provost:

Daniel J. Myers

Vice President and Associate Provost:

Don Pope-Davis

Vice President for Research: Vice President for Student Affairs:

Vice President for Human Resources: Vice President for University Relations: Vice President for Finance: Vice President and Director of Athletics: Associate Vice President for Strategic Planning:

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John Affleck-Graves

Vice President and Chief Investment Officer:

John Affleck-Graves Executive Vice President

Patricia Bellia NCAA Faculty Representative

Thomas G. Burish

Vice President and General Counsel:

Vice President and Chief Information Officer:

Richard C. Notebaert Chairman, Notre Dame Board of Trustees

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.

Robert J. Bernhard Rev. Thomas Doyle, C.SC. Ronald Kraemer Robert K. McQuade Louis M. Nanni John A. Sejdinaj Jack Swarbrick Erin Hoffmann Harding

Religious Superior, Holy Cross Priests and Brothers:

Rev. James B. King, C.S.C.

Associate Vice President and Counselor to the President:

Rev. James E. McDonald, C.S.C.

Chief of Staff and Special Assistant to the President:

Frances L. Shavers

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Jack Swarbrick

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ohn B. “Jack” Swarbrick Jr., a University of Notre Dame graduate who rose to national prominence as a lawyer, consultant and executive in the collegiate and Olympic sports industries, is in his fourth year as vice president and director of athletics at his alma mater. Among Swarbrick’s athletics initiatives are meeting the performance needs of Notre Dame student-athletes through establishment of a new sports performance division, reaching out to more former Irish student-athletes via the Notre Dame Monogram Club and other programs, utilizing emerging digital technologies to deliver better information on and access to Notre Dame athletic programs via expanded production and distribution of programming, and restructuring Notre Dame’s approach to sport administration through assignment of a unique administrator to each of the 26 Irish sports. Notre Dame ranked number one in the country (among Football Bowl Subdivision schools) in the three most recent Graduation Success Rate (GSR) surveys – in 2010 and 2009 with 99 scores (including in ‘09 a 97 score and ’10 a 96 in football that both also ranked number one). The 2009 Academic Progress Rate (APR) statistics included more perfect 1,000 scores by Irish teams (nine) than by any other FBS institution. The 2010 Notre Dame APR report featured eight perfect 1,000 scores. The past three years combined in Notre Dame athletics have featured 94 AllAmericans, 19 Academic All-America selections and five NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship winners; record involvement in community service hours by Irish student-athletes; NCAA titles in 2011 in men’s and women’s fencing (a combined championship) and in 2010 in women’s soccer (with Randy Waldrum named coach of the year); NCAA runner-up team finishes in 2011 women’s basketball, 2010 men’s lacrosse, 2009 fencing and 2008 women’s soccer; NCAA semifinal appearances in 2011 hockey, 2009 and 2010 women’s tennis and 2009 women’s soccer, plus a 2010 third-place fencing finish; a men’s basketball modern program record 27 victories and a number-two NCAA seed (its highest in 30 years) in 2010-11 (resulting in national coach of the year awards for Mike Brey); the hiring of new Irish head football coach Brian Kelly to start the 2010 season; construction of a new, freestanding ice hockey arena, scheduled to open for the 2011-12 season, plus the 2009-10 dedications of new facilities for soccer and lacrosse – as well

as opening of the new Purcell Pavilion within the south dome of the Joyce Center. Born in Yonkers, N.Y., and raised in Yonkers and Bloomington, Ind., Swarbrick is a 1976 magna cum laude graduate of Notre Dame with a bachelor’s degree in economics. Upon graduating from Stanford University Law School in 1980, he returned to Indiana to accept a position as an associate in the Indianapolis law firm Baker & Daniels. He made partner in 1987 and spent 28 years overall with the firm. As a member of the Indiana Sports Corporation, including the chairmanship from 1992 to 2001, Swarbrick led many of the city’s successful proposals to a wide array of athletics organizations – from the National Football League to the United States Olympic Committee to the Big Ten Conference. His leadership efforts resulted in the city earning the right to play host to the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium; becoming the home of the National Collegiate Athletic Association national headquarters in 1999; hosting the 1987 Pan American Games, 1991 World Gymnastics Championships, NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Fours and other college championship competitions and an array of national and world championships in Olympic sports. At Baker & Daniels, Swarbrick served as general counsel for numerous national governing bodies of Olympic sports, including USA Gymnastics and USRowing, and as a consultant to the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. In his work as an advisor to the NCAA, Swarbrick coordinated the men’s College Basketball Partnership, an NCAA-led group that addresses the opportunities and challenges in the sport, and developed the business plan for the new NBA/ NCAA youth basketball enterprise, iHoops. In 2000 Swarbrick received one of the NCAA’s highest honors, The Flying Wedge Award, for his work in establishing Indianapolis as the new home of the NCAA. In 2001 the State of Indiana presented him with the Sagamore of the Wabash Award. Born March 19, 1954, Swarbrick was named Notre Dame’s 12th athletics director on July 16, 2008. He and his wife, Kimberly, are the parents of four children: Kate, a 2010 graduate of St. Louis University; Connor, a 2011 graduate of Wake Forest University; Cal, a sophomore at TCU; and Christopher, a University of Notre Dame freshman.

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Academic Excellence Irish Athletes Dominate NCAA Graduation Ratings For the second year in a row, the University of Notre Dame led the nation in all five Graduation Success Rate (GSR) categories, an annual federally-mandated survey by the NCAA. This year’s report, the 20th by the association, covers students who enrolled between 2000 and 2003 at all Division I institutions. The Irish were tops in the areas of graduation rates for all student-athletes (99 percent), male student-athletes (98), female studentathletes (100), black student-athletes (98) and football student-athletes (96). Notre Dame also ranked first in several categories measured by the Department of Education, whose formula differs slightly from that of the NCAA. Under the federal government’s measurements, which counts all student-athletes who transfer from or leave an institution for any reason as non-graduates, Notre Dame graduated a fouryear average of 91 percent of its student-athletes, tying with Stanford for the top spot. Notre Dame also finished first in graduation percentage of women athletes (97) and also shared the top spot with Stanford with its 87 percent graduation rate of male athletes. The Irish placed second behind Rice with its 86 percent graduation rate for black student-athletes and fourth with its football graduation rate of 85 percent. Notre Dame’s institutional research ranked Irish studentathletes number one in eight of 10 major categories of the two studies, ranking second in one and fourth in the other. Only five schools placed in the top 10 in all 10 categories – Notre Dame (93.7 average), Northwestern (91.7), Duke (90.1), Rice (89.8) and Boston College.

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Twenty Notre Dame Teams Excel in Both Federal and NCAA Graduation Rates Nine Irish men’s teams posted Graduation Success Rate numbers that ranked them best in the nation within their respective sports – and five produced federal graduation rates that led all NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision institutions. Baseball, basketball, cross country/ track, fencing, golf, lacrosse, soccer and swimming each recorded perfect 100 GSR scores, while football compiled a 96, hockey a 95 and tennis a 93. The teams with 100 GRS scores, along with football at 96, finished or tied for first in their sport category, while hockey’s 95 mark placed it second behind the U.S. Air Force Academy.

golf a 92 and hockey a 91. With the exception of golf, each of those teams led or tied for first-place in its category. Soccer’s 89 federal graduation rate ranked the Irish second, while football at 85 finished in fourth place behind Boston College (87), Duke (86) and Northwestern (86). All 11 of the Irish women’s teams (basketball, cross country/track, crew/ rowing, fencing, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball) posted perfect Graduation Success Rate numbers that ranked them best in the nation within their sports. Seven (cross country/track, crew/rowing, fencing, golf, lacrosse, tennis and volleyball) produced perfect federal graduation rates that led all NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision institutions. 17 Irish Teams Receive 2011 Academic Progress Rate Awards from the NCAA Notre Dame ranked number one among all 120 Football Bowl Subdivision institutions with 17 of its athletics programs receiving 2011 Academic Progress Rate public recognition awards from the NCAA for posting multi-year APR scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The 2011 honors were based on the most recent APR numbers that represented the combination of scores from the 2006-07, 200708, 2008-09 and 200910 academic years.

The federal figures showed cross country/track, fencing and swimming with a 100 score, while lacrosse had a 93,

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The nine Irish men’s teams singled out for recognition were baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, hockey, lacrosse, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field.


Eight Notre Dame women’s sports received honors -- cross country, golf, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Among Bowl Championship Series conference schools, the BIG EAST ranked first with 77 teams honored.

Irish Teams Exceed NCAA Academic Progress Rate Standards In the seventh annual set of APR statistics issued by the NCAA, all 26 athletics programs at Notre Dame exceeded the organization’s standards. Nine Irish teams compiled perfect scores of 1,000 – second only to Duke, which had 10 squads with that mark.

athletes (457 individuals) boasted at least a 3.0 grade point average, while more than 72 percent (497) owned that distinction after the spring term. Almost 40 percent of Irish student-athletes (284) achieved at least a 3.4 GPA for the fall, while nearly 45 percent (306) hit that standard in the spring. Over 15 percent (109) achieved Dean’s List status in the fall, while over 16 percent (111) earned those honors in the spring.

highest team GPA ever recorded and signaled the first time a team has achieved a cumulative GPA equal to or above 3.6

A dozen Notre Dame student-athletes attained perfect 4.0 GPAs in the fall, while 14 recorded that mark in the spring.

Five Irish teams attained their highest semester GPA in 2010-11: women’s golf (3.534 in the spring, 3.638 in the fall), men’s soccer (3.302 in the fall and 3.309 in the spring), rowing (3.421 in the fall), women’s swimming (3.377 in the spring), and men’s track (3.296 in the spring – also its highest cumulative GPA ever).

The Irish women’s golf team, which also enjoyed its most successful season in

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Registering perfect scores were five Notre Dame men’s teams – cross country, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field – and four women’s squads – cross country, golf, rowing and tennis. In addition, 14 other teams produced scores of 989 or better: men’s lacrosse (998), hockey (997), women’s lacrosse (997), women’s soccer (997), women’s swimming and diving (997), softball (996), men’s swimming and diving (994), volleyball (994), women’s indoor and outdoor track and field (993), men’s fencing (992), baseball (989), men’s basketball (989) and men’s soccer (989).

Team/Individual Grade Point Averages Following the fall 2010 semester, over 64 percent of Notre Dame’s student-

During the 2010-11 season, 22 of 26 teams posted GPAs at or above 3.0, including 22 of 26 in the fall semester and 22 of 24 in the spring (men’s and women’s cross country are not included in the spring figures).

The BIG EAST Conference annually recognizes studentathletes who achieve an annual grade point average of 3.0 or higher as conference academic all-stars. During 201011, 366 of the 503 Irish student-athletes who compete in the BIG EAST – an impressive 73 percent – netted that distinction.

history on the course in 2010-11, matched that standard in the classroom. The Notre Dame golfers combined for an annual GPA of 3.582 – the highest cumulative team mark on record. The Irish team boasted a 3.534 GPA in the fall and a 3.638 mark in the spring. That spring figure ranks as the

The Fighting Irish men’s soccer program boasted 18 BIG EAST Academic All-Stars for the 2010-11 academic year. In addition, Jeb Brovsky, a three-year starter for the soccer team and a 2011 Notre Dame graduate, was among 24 BIG EAST student-athletes selected as the recipients of the 2010-11 BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Awards.

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CHRIS SUTTON Senior • Midfielder AUGUST

16 18 22 27

Tue.. Thur. Mon. Sat.

SEPTEMBER 2 Fri. 4 Sun.

Michael rose Senior • Midfielder

9 9 11 11 16 18 24

Fri. Fri. Sun. Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat.

1 Sat. 5 Wed. 8 Sat. 12 Wed. 15 Sat. 19 Wed. 22 Sat. 26 Wed. 29 Sat.

NOVEMBER

Michael knapp Senior • defender

7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

vs. Dayton ! vs. Saint Louis !

5:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m.

MIKE BERTICELLI MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

OCTOBER

2 5 11 13 17 20 27

at Xavier (exhibition) at Butler (exhibition) CREIGHTON (exhibition) INDIANA

Wed. Sat. Fri. Sun. Thur. Sun. Sun.

Indiana vs. Bucknell DENVER Indiana vs. Denver BUCKNELL MICHIGAN at Michigan State LOUISVILLE* (Fox Soccer Channel)

5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

at St. John’s* NORTHWESTERN CONNECTICUT* at Marquette* at Georgetown* SETON HALL* at Pittsburgh* at Providence* WEST VIRGINIA*

7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Noon 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon

BIG EAST First Round (Campus Sites) BIG EAST Quarterfinals (Campus Sites) BIG EAST Semifinals (Red Bull Arena - Harrison, N.J.) BIG EAST Final (Red Bull Arena - Harrison, N.J.) NCAA First Round (Campus Sites) NCAA Second Round (Campus Sites) NCAA Third Round (Campus Sites)

DECEMBER

2-4 Fri.-Sun. NCAA Quarterfinals (Campus Sites) NCAA Semifinals (Regions Park - Hoover, Ala.) 9 Fri. NCAA Final (Regions Park - Hoover, Ala.) 11 Sun.

adam mena Senior • midfielder

wilL walsh Senior • goalkeeper

Home games in BOLD CAPS ! — adidas/IU Credit Union Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) * — BIG EAST Conference game All times local to site

brendan king Senior • midfielder

sean mcgrath Senior • defender

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