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CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2008 NORTH DIVISION CHAMPIONS: 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 2002

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Schedule______________________________4 Coaches_____________________________ 6-7 Roster_________________________________8 Student-Athlete Bios__________________ 9-15 2008 Results___________________________ 16 2008 Game Recaps_ _________________ 17-25 2008 Statistics_ ________________________ 26 2008 CCAA Review_ ____________________ 27 Post-Season Honors_____________________ 28 All-Time Honors________________________ 29 Yearly Leaders_ ________________________ 30 Post-Season History_____________________ 31 Records___________________________ 32-33 All-Time Results_____________________ 34-36 Series Histories_________________________ 36 All-Time Conference Standings____________ 37 Program History________________________ 38 All-Time Roster_________________________ 39 Opponent Information_ ______________ 40-41 Department Information______________ 42-43

Location: Rohnert Park, California (94928) Street Address: 1801 East Cotati Ave. Website: sonomaseawolves.com Athletics Phone: (707) 664-2521 Athletics Fax: (707) 664-3291 President: Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics: Bill Fusco Faculty Athletic Rep: Dr. Duane Dove Enrollment: 8,200 Founded: 1961 Colors: Navy (286), Columbia Blue (278), White Conference: California Collegiate Athletic Assoc. National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer (19th season) Men’s Soccer Office Phone: (707) 664-2614 Assistant Coaches: Shawn Percell, Benjamin Ziemer, Tim Maycock 2008 Overall Record: 18-2-4 2008 CCAA Record: 11-1-2




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Date Sat-Aug. 15 Thu-Aug. 20 Sat-Aug. 22 Mon-Aug. 24 Sat-Aug. 29 Mon-Aug. 31 Fri-Sep. 4 Fri-Sep. 4 Sun-Sep. 6 Sun-Sep. 6 Fri-Sep. 11 Sun-Sep. 13 Fri-Sep. 18 Sun-Sep. 20 Fri-Sep. 25 Sun-Sep. 27 Fri-Oct. 2 Sun-Oct. 4 Fri-Oct. 9 Sun-Oct. 11 Fri-Oct. 16 Sun-Oct. 18 Fri-Oct. 23 Sun-Oct. 25 Fri-Oct. 30 Sun-Nov. 1 Nov. tba Nov. tba Nov. tba Dec. tba

Opponent ALUMNI (exh) Stanford (exh) LEWIS (exh) SAN FRANCISCO (exh) Western Washington Seattle Pacific UC San Diego vs. Notre Dame de Namur GRAND CANYON UC San Diego vs. Grand Canyon NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR CAL STATE STANISLAUS* CHICO STATE* Cal Poly Pomona* Cal State San Bernardino* SAN FRANCISCO STATE* CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* UC San Diego* Cal State East Bay* CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS* CAL STATE L.A.* Cal State Monterey Bay* San Francisco State* Chico State* Cal State Stanislaus* Humboldt State HUMBOLDT STATE* CCAA Tournament NCAA Far West Regionals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Championships

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HEAD COACH MARCUS ZIEMER Marcus Ziemer returns for his 19th season as head coach of the Sonoma State Men’s Soccer team this fall.

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A two-time all-conference performer for Sonoma State in the 1980’s, Ziemer has compiled a 244-107-35 record over the past 18 years. Though his squads have had success year in and year out (just one sub .500 season since 1991), the Seawolves of the last three seasons have taken winning to a whole other level. Since 2006, Ziemer has led the Seawolves to a 38-3-3 record in CCAA play. Overall, the Seawolves are 51-11-8 over the last three seasons, with three NCAA Tournament appearances and a west region championship in 2007. The 2008 season was another banner season for Sonoma State soccer. Ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation, the Seawolves were 18-2-4 overall, winning their second CCAA title since 2005. After winning the league championship over eventual national champion Cal State Dominguez Hills on penalty kicks, the tides were turned the next week as the Seawolves fell on PKs to Cal State L.A., ending their hopes for the second national title in program history. Since coming to Sonoma State, Ziemer has been named his conference’s coach of the year six times, the last coming in 2007. He is also a two-time regional coach of the year and in 2002, he was named national coach of the year in 2002 after leading the Seawolves to their first national championship. Ziemer began his coaching career in 1989, assisting head coach Peter Reynaud with the SSU men’s squad. In 1991, after Reynaud left to concentrate on the women’s team, Ziemer was promoted to head coach and results came immediately. Ziemer led his squad to the NCAA championship game and he was named Northern California Athletic Conference Coach of the Year for his efforts. Under Ziemer, the Sonoma State men’s soccer team has won six conference titles and has a record of 180-57-17 in conference play. In 1988, Ziemer spent three weeks in England earning an English Football International Preliminary Badge. He earned his USSF “A” license the following year. A fixture in local soccer circles, Ziemer and his three brothers (Andrew, Benjamin, Christopher -- all former SSU players) have run the Ziemer Brothers Soccer Camps for over 20 years, educating thousands of youth soccer players. Ziemer lives in Glen Ellen with his wife Trish (Gretton), a member of SSU’s 1990 women’s soccer national championship team. They have three children, Thomas, Taylor, and Tera.

CAREER RECORD Year 1991# 1992 1993! 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002% 2003 2004 2005! 2006 2007! 2008!

Rec Conf Finish 18-4-2 12-1-1 1st 11-7-2 10-3-1 2nd 17-3-2 11-1-2 1st 10-6-3 8-4-2 t-2nd 14-5-1 13-1-0 1st 13-5-2 10-3-1 1st 12-7-1 12-2-0 1st 8-9-2 7-7-0 t-2nd(n) 10-8-2 7-6-1 3rd(n) 15-6-3 9-4-1 1st(n) 12-7-1 9-4-1 t-1st(n) 20-4-0 11-3-0 1st(n) 9-9-2 6-6-2 3rd(n) 12-7-2 8-5-1 1st(n) 12-9-2 9-4-1 1st(n) 14-6-1 13-2-1 1st(n) 19-3-3 14-0-0 1st(n) 18-2-4 11-1-2 1st(n) Career Overall: 244-107-35 Career Conference: 180-57-17 ! NCAA Appearance # NCAA Runner-Up % NCAA Champions (n) North Division

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • 2002 National Coach of the Year • • 2-time Region Coach of the Year • (‘02, ‘07) • 6-time Conference Coach of the Year • (‘91, ‘93, ‘97, ‘02, ‘06, ‘07) • 2002 National Champions • • 6 Conference Championships • • Has coached 14 All-Americans •




ASSISTANT COACH SHAWN PERCELL



Former Cardinal Newman High and Santa Clara University star Shawn Percell returns for his third season on the Sonoma State coaching staff in 2009. Percell came to the Seawolves from Seattle University, where he was an assistant on the women’s soccer team.

Percell is still active on the field as he was an instrumental part of the Sonoma County Sol’s 2009 NPSL national championship squad.

Benjamin Ziemer, head coach Marcus’ younger brother, returns for his fourth season on the Seawolf staff. Ziemer attended Sonoma State in 1990 and 1991 and ranks sixth in school history with 20 assists. His 11 assists in the 1991 season helped lead SSU to the NCAA Division II National Championship game.

At the club level, Maycock has been the Director of Coaching for West County United for the last five years. Still an active player as well, Maycock was a key part of the Sonoma County Sol’s NPSL national championship run this summer.

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Tim Maycock is back for his third year as a member of the coaching staff, following a four-year playing career for the Seawolves. A freshman on SSU’s 2002 national championship team, Maycock was an integral part of the team’s championship run, scoring two goals in the national quarterfinals and pitching in with an assist in the title game. Maycock closed out his career in 2005 with a total 18 goals and nine assists.

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Ziemer is also the head coach at Sonoma Academy and the head coach of the national champion Sonoma County Sol. He guided the Sol to the 2009 National Premier Soccer League championship this summer.

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In addition to his coaching experience with the Sounders, Percell spent three seasons as an assistant with the Seattle University women’s team, helping lead the Redhawks to the NCAA Division II Quarterfinals in 2004. Prior to that, he was an assistant with both the men’s and women’s teams at Santa Clara University, winning a national championship with the women’s side in 2001. Along with his current coaching duties at Sonoma State, Percell also guides the Santa Rosa United Celtic, an Under 17 team.

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Percell enjoyed a fantastic high school career, first at Piner High School, then at Cardinal Newman in Santa Rosa. The Redwood Empire and North Bay League Player of the Year as a senior, Percell led his 1995 team to an NCS Championship. He went on to play at Santa Clara University, where he appeared in two NCAA Division I Final Fours (1999 and 2000). In 1999, he was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player of the College Cup. Percell played professionally for a year in Belize before coming back to the States and joining the Seattle Sounders of the United Soccer League’s First Division. He played a total of three seasons with the Sounders before joining the coaching staff of the women’s team, eventually becoming the head coach.


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Name Brook Johnson Brandon Dela Cruz Casey Dayton Ryan Hall Frank Becerril Cory Taufer Ben Langwith Nicholas Lombardi Alan Grady Taylor Jones Jeff Loesche Casey Bernard Cam Vickers Joey Stryker Trevor Hurst Erick Delgado Nick George Brian Angel Ricardo Sandoval David Holleran Stuart Gallant Jomed Tejan Ryan Smitchger Andrew Ball

Pos GK F MF D D MF F D F F D F F MF F F D D D MF D F/MF GK GK

Ht 6-2 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-6 5-9 6-0 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-3 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-2 5-5 5-8 6-3 6-4

Wt 225 160 150 145 140 173 185 155 160 180 175 165 140 142 145 120 150 150 170 185 150 150 195 210

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

Hometown Davis, Calif. Mission Viejo, Calif. Las Flores, Calif. Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Sonoma, Calif. Clovis, Calif. Des Moines, Iowa Encinitas, Calif. Corte Madera, Calif. Novato, Calif. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Roseville, Calif. Lake Tapps, Wash. Morgan Hill, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. Terra Linda, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Canby, Ore. Novato, Calif. Coronado, Calif. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Boise, Idaho Modesto, Calif.

Last School Davis HS Mission Viejo HS Tesoro HS Mission Viejo HS Sonoma Valley HS Buchanan HS Univ.of Kentucky

Club Team Placer United Mission Viejo Pateadores Mission Viejo Pateadores Irvine Strikers Sonoma United Cal Odyssey Urbandale Revolution San Dieguito Academy La Jolla Nomads Redwood HS Sonoma County Alliance San Marin HS Sonoma County Alliance San Luis Obispo HS Central Coast Roadrunners Del Oro HS Placer United Auburn Riverside HS Crossfire Premiere Valley Christian HS Santa Clara Sporting Piner HS Santa Rosa United Roseland HS Laguna Terra Linda HS Sonoma County Aliance Point Loma HS Albion SC Canby HS Lake Oswego Novato HS Sonoma County Alliance Coronado HS Hotspurs US Mission Viejo HS Pateadores Academy Timberline HS Boise Nationals Beyer HS Modesto Ajax

RS RS RS RS RS RS

Kelly Davilla Aaron Glover Kyle Honaker Zac Olson Nico Spann Trevor Tennant

D MF D MF/D MF D

5-11 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-9 5-10

175 160 170 135 145 160

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Santa Ana, Calif. Ventura, Calif. Torrance, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. El Dorado Hills, Calif.

Mater Dei HS St. Bonaventure HS South Torrance HS Maria Carrillo HS Montgomery HS Oak Ridge HS

Slammers FC FC Barcelona Surf Academy Sonoma County Alliance Santa Rosa United San Juan Lightning


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Position ���������������������� Midfielder Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ����������������Roseville, Calif. Last School ����������� Del Oro High School Club Team ������������������ Placer United

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Position ���������������������� Midfielder Class ���������������������������� Senior Hometown ������������ Mission Viejo, Calif. Last School ������������ Tesoro High School Club Team �������� Mission Viejo Pateadores

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Position ������������������������Defender Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ���������������� Sonoma, Calif. Last School ����� Sonoma Valley High School Club Team ���������������� Sonoma United

HIGH SCHOOL: Played two years of varsity soccer at Sonoma Valley High School in Sonoma...named Honorable Mention All-League as a senior...was the Most Valuable Player of his squad as a senior as well... named Most Valuable Defender of his JV teams as a freshman and sophomore. PERSONAL: Lists his father, Gaudencio Becerril, as his biggest influence as an athlete... picked Sonoma State primarily because of the great soccer program...his favorite pro team is Club America...enjoys eating enchiladas.

2006: One of the team’s most improved players over the course of the season...appeared in 17 of the team’s 21 games and made four starts as a freshman...tied for sixth on the team with three assists...dished out two assists in SSU’s 9-1 drubbing of Cal State Monterey Bay (10/6/06). HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Sonoma State from Tesoro High School...was a First Team AllLeague selection as a senior...earned Coaches Award in 2001 and 2004. PERSONAL: Chose SSU because of the strong soccer program...lists Tiger Woods as his favorite athlete and the Chicago White Sox as his favorite sports team...is also a fan of the movie The Dark Knight...would like to be a physical therapist after graduation.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006 (Freshman) 2007 (Sophomore) 2008 (Junior) Totals

G/GS 17/4 24/1 15/15 56/20

Sh 12 23 10 45

Gl 0 1 0 1

Ast 3 3 1 7

Pts 3 5 1 9

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FRANK BECERRIL

2007: Saw an increased work load as a sophomore in 2007...appeared in 24 games with one start, against Holy Names (10/2/07)...had one goal and three assists...netted his first collegiate goal in a 3-2 win over Holy Names (10/2/07)...all three of his assists came in league play.

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PERSONAL: Wants to become a physical therapist after graduation...is a fan of the Green Bay Packers...is left-handed, but right-footed...enjoys eating toasted peanut butter and jelly sandwiches...lists A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius as his favorite book.

2008: Started the first 15 games of the season before succumbing to an injury...scored his lone point of the season with an assist in the season opener against BYU-Hawaii (8/28/08)...secured his reputation as a very skilled passer and defender from the midfield position...four of his ten shots were on goal.

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Position ����������������������Goalkeeper Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ���������������� Modesto, Calif. Last School ������ Fred C. Beyer High School Club Team ������������������ Modesto Ajax

HIGH SCHOOL: Is a graduate of Fred C. Beyer High School in Modesto...was named All-League in high school...also earned Team Most Valuable Player honors and the Coaches Award.

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PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the soccer program and the reputation of the athletics department...his brother, Matt, was an All-American goalkeeper for Sonoma State from 2001 to 2003...supports Arsenal F.C....his most memorable sports moment was going to North Carolina with his club soccer team.

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PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the excellent soccer program and beautiful campus...hopes to one day play professional soccer...is a big fan of Lionel Messi...dedicates every game he plays to his parents and little sister...his most memorable sports moment was traveling to Rio de Janeiro with Pro Select.

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from Del Oro High School in Loomis.

CASEY BERNARD

Position ������������������������Defender Class �������������������������� Freshman Hometown ���������������San Diego, Calif. Last School �������� Point Loma High School Club Team ����������������������Albion FC

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus after a stellar career at Point Loma High School in San Diego... named First Team CIF All-San Diego Section as a senior in 2009...earned a spot on the Union Tribune’s All-Academic team in ‘09 as well...a two-team All-Eastern League selection...was his team’s Most Valuable Player and captain in 2009.

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BRANDON DELA CRUZ

Position �������������������������Forward Class ���������������������������� Junior Hometown ������������ Mission Viejo, Calif. Last School ������ Mission Viejo High School Club Team �������� Mission Viejo Pateadores

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2008: Battled injuries, but still managed to see action in 13 matches...attempted three shots on the year. 2007: Appeared in 22 games during a promising rookie campaign...was the team’s leading freshman scorer with two goals and two assists...started two games...picked up his first collegiate point with an assist against Seattle Pacific (9/3/07)...his first collegiate goal resulted in the game-winner at Cal Poly Pomona (9/28/07)...also had a goal in a win over rival Chico State (10/14/07). HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives at Sonoma State after a standout career at Mission Viejo High School...named his team’s Offensive MVP...scored 20 goals in one season...led team to South Coast League championship...named First Team All-South Coast League. PERSONAL: Decided on Sonoma State because of the location and outstanding soccer program...lists his parents as his biggest influence as an athlete...lists the Los Angeles Lakers as his favorite sports team...enjoys drumming and playing the guitar...his favorite band is Rascall Flatts.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Totals

G/GS 22/2 13/0 35/2

Sh 16 3 19

Gl 2 0 2

Ast 2 0 2

STUART GALLANT

Pts 6 0 6

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Position ������������������������Defender Class ���������������������������� Senior Hometown ��������������� Coronado, Calif. Last School ��������� Coronado High School Club Team ������������������� Hotspurs US

2008: Made a strong contributor in the regular season before an injury sidelined him for the postseason...started 17 of the 18 games he appeared in... netted his first career goal in a 6-1 win over Chaminade (8/30/08)...picked up two assists on the season... in the 18 games he appeared in, the Sonoma defense yielded just 12 goals (outscoring their opponents 57-12 in that span)...attempted eight shots on the year. 2007: Struggled with injuries, but still made a major impact on the team...started 11 of the team’s first 12 games...had an assist in the Seawolves’ 2-0 win over Chico State (9/16/07)... attempted 16 shots and was a key contributor on defense...named CCAA All-Academic.

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GALLANT, cont’d 2006: Moved in to the starting lineup after an injury to Cody Ericson and didn’t look back... picked up All-CCAA Honorable Mention honors in an outstanding rookie campaign...tied for the team lead with five assists in addition to playing hard-nosed defense...earned two assists in 9-1 victory over Cal State Monterey Bay (10/6/06)...three of his assists came on game-winning goals. HIGH SCHOOL: Enjoyed a fantastic career at Coronado High School...was named Harbor League Player of the Year as a senior...earned First Team All-League honors as a junior and senior...led squad to Harbor League Championship...named First Team All-Division III and Second Team All-County as a senior. PERSONAL: Lists his Dad, Grandpa, brother, and Tiger Woods as his biggest athletic influences...is a fan of the San Diego Chargers and Padres...lists Man on Fire as his favorite movie... Stuart is a lover, not a fighter...enjoys playing Cal State Dominguez Hills and Chico State.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006 (Freshman) 2007 (Sophomore) 2008 (Junior) Totals

G/GS 19/16 17/12 18/17 54/45

Sh 8 16 8 32

Gl 0 0 1 1

NICK GEORGE

Ast 5 1 2 8

Pts 5 1 4 10

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Position ������������������������Defender Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ��������������Terra Linda, Calif. Last School �������� Terra Linda High School Club Team �������� Sonoma County Alliance

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus from San Marin High School in Novato. PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State because he liked the area and the campus...is a fan of Manchester United and lists his favorite player as Ronaldinho...enjoys eating Mexican food.

ALAN GRADY

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Position �������������������������Forward Class ���������������������������� Senior Hometown ������������Corte Madera, Calif. Last School ����������Redwood High School Club Team �������� Sonoma County Alliance

2008: Saw an increase in playing time as he appeared in 14 games...made one start, against Fresno Pacific (10/21/08)...scored his first collegiate goal against Hawaii Pacific (9/1/08)...also netted a goal in a 4-0 victory over UC San Diego (10/3/08). 2007: A participant in four games...earned his first career start against NAIA-power Holy Names (10/2/07)...attempted three shots, with one on goal, against the HNU. 2006: Saw action in two games as a freshman in 2006...attempted one shot...named the team’s Most Inspirational Player.


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DAVID HOLLERAN

GRADY, cont’d HlGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Redwood High School in Larkspur...named MCAL Player of the Year in 2004...was a First Team MCAL pick in 2003 as well...helped lead team to a league championship in 2001...scored 23 goals in 2003 and 15 more in 2004.

Position ������������������������Defender Class ����������������������������� Junior Hometown ����������������� Novato, Calif. Last School ��������� San Marin High School Club Team �������� Sonoma County Alliance

PERSONAL: Credits his older brother, Marcelo, as his biggest athletic influence for introducing him to the sport...lists Barcelona as his favorite team and former teammate Eric Larson as his favorite athlete...enjoys matching up against Cal State Dominguez Hills...is a fan of The Office and the movie Gladiator...enjoys macrame art

G/GS 2/0 4/1 14/1 20/2

Sh 1 5 11 17

Gl 0 0 2 2

Ast 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 4 4

Position ������������������������Defender Class ���������������������������� Junior Hometown ��������� Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Last School ������ Mission Viejo High School Club Team ������������������Irvine Strikers

2007: Played in six games during a solid freshman campaign...earned the start against Holy Names (10/2/07)...attempted one shot on the year...participated in two shutouts.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Totals

G/GS 6/1 21/7 27/8

Sh 0 7 7

Gl 0 0 0

Ast 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Totals

G/GS 10/2 12/1 22/3

Sh 1 1 2

Gl 0 0 0

Ast 0 1 1

TREVOR HURST

Pts 0 1 1

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Position �������������������������Forward Class ������������������������Sophomore Hometown �������������� Santa Rosa, Calif. Last School ������ Santa Rosa Junior College Club Team �������������� Santa Rosa United

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Transfers to Sonoma State after one season at Santa Rosa Junior College... is a graduate of Piner High School in Santa Rosa... named First Team All-League in 2005...was his team’s Most Valuable Player in 2005 as well. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because it is a great school and it’s close to his home...is a fan of Inter and his favorite player is Messi...his most memorable sports moment was scoring the winning goal against Cardinal Newman to advance to the championship game...likes to eat his mom’s cornbread and chili.

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PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the soccer program and he thought the environment suited his personality...his most memorable sports moment was scoring two goals in the final ten minutes of a game to win it...is a fan of Manchester United and Ronaldinho... lists the Harry Potter series as his favorite books...born 3/26/88.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Had a solid career at Mission Viejo High School in Mission Viejo.

PERSONAL: Lists Barcelona as his favorite sports team...his favorite food is a breakfast burrito...says Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are his favorite actors...born 8/1/88.

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2008: Set the stage for a breakthrough junior season with a very solid sophomore campaign...appeared in 14 games as a reserve and seven as a starter (21 total)...started all three games of the post-season...nine of the games he participated in ended in shutouts for the Sonoma defense...attempted seven shots.

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives at Sonoma State from San Marin High School in Novato.

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RYAN HALL

2007: Made two starts as a freshman in 2007...saw action in ten games overall...the Seawolves outscored their opponents 34-8 in games he appeared in...attempted one shot.

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2008: Got playing time on the defensive line and up front...appeared in 12 games overall with one start (against Fresno Pacific on 10/21/08)...earned his first collegiate point with an assist against Cal State Monterey Bay (10/24/08)...attempted one shot on the season.

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Position ����������������������Goalkeeper Class ���������������������������� Senior Hometown ������������������� Davis, Calif. Last School ������������� Davis High School Club Team ������������������ Placer United

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2008: Had a tremendous season that ended with Daktronics Honorable Mention All-America honors...led the CCAA in goals against average (0.62) and shutouts (11)...named Daktronics First Team All-West Region and Honorable Mention All-CCAA...earned shutouts in nine of his final 13 matches of the season...posted a record of 16-2-3 for the season...started 20 of the team’s 24 games in the net...had a four-game shutout streak from October 10th to October 24th...his next shutout will make him the school’s all-time leader; he enters the season tied with Dave Kaufman atop the list (24)...ranks third in school history in goals against average (0.82) and fifth in saves (160)...is just 44 minutes from becoming the all-time leader in minutes played in goal. 2007: Was a First Team NSCAA/adidas All-West Region pick as a sophomore in 2007... also earned Second Team All-CCAA honors...finished second in the CCAA in ‘07 with ten shutouts and a 0.74 goals against average...both totals are also third in school history...after just two seasons he is already ranked ninth in school history in saves (102) and fifth in shutouts (13)...his career goals against average of 0.94 is third all-time...started 22 of the team’s 25 games...allowed zero or one goal in 19 of his 24 appearances...had a season-high six saves on three occasions...earned shutouts over all three of the other NCAA West Regional squads (Grand Canyon, Cal State Dominguez Hills, and Seattle)...posted two shutouts in the postseason...had a record of 18-3-3 for the season...named CCAA All-Academic. 2006: Started nine of SSU’s 21 games...recorded three shutouts, including back-to-back games against rivals Chico State and Cal State Stanislaus...made a career-high nine saves in a loss to Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/1/06)...tallied 34 saves and a goals against average of 1.43. 2005: Redshirt for Sonoma State. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Davis Senior High School in Davis...a high school teammate of SSU’s Mike Travis and Andrew Bailey...played on the Cal North Olympic Development Program (ODP) team for two years and on the regional ODP team for one year. PERSONAL: His hobbies include cooking, woodworking, and drawing...career goals include playing pro soccer...likes to eat curry...lists The Usual Suspects as his favorite movie...his favorite pro team is Chelsea F.C. and his favorite show is the EPL Review Show...born 2/12/86.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006 (Freshman) 2007 (Sophomore) 2008 (Junior) Totals

G/GS 11/9 24/22 21/20 56/51

Min 884 2182 1894 4960

GA 14 18 13 45

GAA 1.43 0.74 0.62 0.82

Saves 34 68 58 160

Position �������������������������Forward Class ����������������������������� Junior Hometown ����������������� Novato, Calif. Last School ��������� San Marin High School Club Team �������� Sonoma County Alliance

Sho 3 10 11 24

2008: Saw action in five games as a goalkeeper and four more as a field player...started three games and compiled a record of 2-0-1 in goal...made three saves and sported a goals against average of 1.25...finished the season with two goals on offense...netted first career score against Humboldt State (10/19/08)...also scored in a 6-0 win against Cal State Monterey Bay (10/24/08)...connected for goals on 40% of his attempted shots. 2007: Was the Seawolves’ backup goalkeeper as a freshman in 2007...saw action in three games as a keeper and one as a field player...went the distance in SSU’s 3-2 win over Holy Names (10/2/07)...had five saves on the year and a goals against average of 1.90...combined on a shutout of Cal State San Bernardino (9/30/07). HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from San Marin High School...was a First Team All-League pick...earned Team Most Valuable Player honors in 2006. PERSONAL: Says his biggest sports moment is still to come...is a fan of Barcelona...lists Bad Boys II as his favorite movie...enjoys Mexican food, especially chips and salsa...considers his parents to be his biggest influence as an athlete.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Totals

G/GS 3/1 5/3 8/4

Year 2008 (Sophomore)

G/GS 4/0

Min 142 361 503

Sh 5

GA 3 5 8

GAA 1.90 1.25 1.43 Gl 2

Saves 5 3 8 Ast 0

BEN LANGWITH

Sho 0 0 0 Pts 4

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Position �������������������������Forward Class ���������������������������� Junior Hometown ��������������Des Moines, Iowa Last School ��������� University of Kentucky Club Team �����������Urbandale Revolution

2008: Scored five goals during a promising debut season for Sonoma State...earned six starts and appeared in all 24 games...scored first goal of the season in a 2-1 win over San Francisco State (9/19/08)... scored twice in a 4-0 blanking of UC San Diego (10/3/08)...credited with two game-winning goals... ranked fifth on the team in goals (5) and sixth in points (13). HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Joins the Seawolves’ active squad after red-shirting in 2007... transferred to SSU from the University of Kentucky...started six games for the Wildcats in 2005 as a freshman...appeared in 16 games total and tallied one assist ...is a 2005 graduate of Johnston High School in Des Moines...earned First Team All-State honors as a sophomore and junior...was Second Team All-State as a freshman.


LANGWITH, cont’d PERSONAL: Would like to one day be a soccer coach...picked Sonoma State because of the great weather and soccer program...won seven state cup championships back in Iowa... is a fan of Paul Scholes and Manchester United...lists Scholes and former Man. U. forward Eric Cantona as his biggest athletic influences...is nicknamed Ham Steak...born 6/3/86.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 (Sophomore)

G/GS 24/6

Sh 28

Gl 5

Ast 3

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 (Freshman)

Pts 13

2007: Appeared in nine games for the Seawolves in 2007...started in SSU’s 3-2 win over Holy Names (10/2/07)...attempted ten shots on the year.

Gl 0

Ast 1

Pts 1

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RICARDO SANDOVAL

Position ������������������������Defender Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ������������������� Canby, Ore. Last School ������������ Canby High School Club Team ������������������ Lake Oswego

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus from Canby High School in Canby, Oregon.

SEAWOLVES

2008: Started two times in his 13 appearances...both of his starts resulted in 5-0 Sonoma State victories... attempted five shots.

Sh 5

COACHES

Position ������������������������Defender Class ���������������������������� Senior Hometown ����������San Luis Obispo, Calif. Last School ���� San Luis Obispo High School Club Team ������ Central Coast Roadrunners

G/GS 16/2

PERSONAL: Decided on Sonoma State because it was a pleasant area and because of the strong soccer program...roots for Barcelona and his favorite players, Ronaldinho and Messi.

RYAN SMITCHGER

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-League and All-County honors as a junior and senior at San Luis Obispo High School...graduated from San Luis Obispo High in 2003.

Position ���������������������Goalkeeper Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ������������������ Boise, Idaho Last School �������� Timberline High School Club Team ��������������� Boise Nationals

G/GS 18/12 9/1 13/2 40/15

Sh 6 10 5 21

Gl 0 0 0 0

Ast 0 0 0 0

EBBY LOMBARDI

Pts 0 0 0 0

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Position ������������������������Defender Class ������������������������Sophomore Hometown ����������������Encinitas, Calif. Last School ��������� San Dieguito Academy Club Team ����������������La Jolla Nomads

2008: Saw action in 16 games during a promising freshman campaign...started twice...assisted on a goal in Sonoma’s 6-0 in over Cal State Monterey Bay (10/24/08) for his first collegiate point...the Seawolves outscored their opponents 54-12 in games Lombardi appeared in. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from San Dieguito Academy...redshirted for the Seawolves in 2007.

PERSONAL: Is a fan of Manchester United...lists Oliver Kahn as his biggest influence as an athlete...enjoyed the movie, Old School...chose Sonoma State for its beautiful location, size, and excellent soccer program.

ERICK

SOLORIO-DELGADO

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Position �������������������������Forward Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown �������������� Santa Rosa, Calif. Last School ���������������� Roseland Prep Club Team ����������������������� Laguna

HIGH SCHOOL: Prior to coming to Sonoma State, he attended Roseland University Prep in Santa Rosa... was an All-League selection as a sophomore, junior, and senior...named his team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player as a junior.

INFORMATION

Year 2006 (Freshman) 2007 (Sophomore) 2008 (Junior) Totals

HISTORY

CAREER STATISTICS

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to California from Timberline High School in Boise, Idaho...named First Team AllSouthern Idaho Conference in 2006...also named his team’s Most Valuable Player in ‘06.

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2006: Turned in a solid freshman season, appearing in 18 games...made 12 starts, second among SSU freshmen...started every game between September 8th and October 8th... attempted six shots on the year, including three against UC San Diego (9/29/06).

PERSONAL: Graduated with honors from WYO Tech, an automotive vocational school...enjoys playing against Chico State...is a fan of Manchester United...enjoys the music of System of a Down and lists Will Ferrell as his favorite actor...born 7/9/85.

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iNTRO

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JEFF LOESCHE

LOMBARDI, cont’d PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State because of the soccer program...is a fan of AC Milan and Brazilian star Daniel Alves...his biggest sports thrill to date was going to the World Cup in Korea with his soccer team...enjoys the work of author Hunter S. Thompson...born 12/23/88.


JOMED TEJAN

Position ���������������Forward/Midfielder Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown �� Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Last School ������ Mission Viejo High School Club Team ����������� Pateadores Academy

SOLORIO-DELGADO, cont’d PERSONAL: Is a big fan of Lionel Messi...lists La Misma Luna as his favorite movie...his biggest sports thrill was playing in the 2007 North Bay High School All-Star Game...likes to eat Mexican food.

JOEY STRYKER INFORMATION HISTORY

PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the combination of strong academics and strong athletics...says President Barack Obama is the person he’d most like to meet...lists Muhammad Ali as his biggest athletic influence...is a fan of Manchester United and Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt...listens to “No One” by Alicia Keys and “Rock With You” by Michael Jackson before every game.

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CORY TAUFER

Position ����������������������� Midfielder Class ������������������������Sophomore Hometown ������������������ Clovis, Calif. Last School ����������������� Buchanan HS Club Team ������������������� Cal Odyssey

2008: Developed into a crucial member of the midfield as the season progressed...started the final eight games of the season- including all post-season matches...named All-Tournament at the NCAA West Regional...participated in a total of 19 games during the season...tallied an assist in Sonoma’s 6-1 win over Chaminade (8/30/08)...attempted five shots on the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Joins the Seawolves from Buchanan High School in Clovis...was a threetime All-Conference honoree with the Bears...was named All-Valley as a senior...recipient of the prestigious Bear Award. PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State in part because of the great area...his favorite opponent to play against is his brother...supports Liverpool and star midfielder Steven Gerrard...his favorite book is Animal Farm...considers his father to be his biggest influence as an athlete... born 7/19/89.

Year 2008 (Freshman)

G/GS 19/8

Sh 5

Gl 0

Ast 1

Pts 1

5

CAM VICKERS

Position �������������������������Forward Class ������������������������Sophomore Hometown ������������� Lake Tapps, Wash. Last School ����������� Auburn Riverside HS Club Team �������������� Crossfire Premiere

PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because it was a good school and had a strong soccer program...lists Lance Armstrong as his biggest influence as an athlete...is a fan of the San Jose Sharks...enjoys Italian food.

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SEAWOLVES COACHES INTRO

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus from Mission Viejo High School...earned the prestigious Diablo Excellence Award while at Mission Viejo...scored the game-winning goal in the state championship.

HIGH SCHOOL: Is a 2006 graduate of Valley Christian High School in San Jose...named Second Team AllLeague as a junior and senior...helped lead team to a WCAL championship in 2004.

CAREER STATISTICS

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Position ����������������������� Midfielder Class ������������������������� Freshman Hometown ������������� Morgan Hill, Calif. Last School ���� Valley Christian High School Club Team ������������Santa Clara Sporting

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2008: Delivered an outstanding freshman season that resulted in CCAA Newcomer of the Year honors (he was ineligible for Freshman of the Year honors because he was a redshirt freshman)...ranked second in the CCAA with ten assists...tied for second in school history for assists by a freshman...also scored three goals for 16 points on the season...earned first collegiate point in his first collegiate game when he assisted on a goal in Sonoma’s 5-1 season opening win over BYU-Hawaii (8/28/08)...his first collegiate goal was the game-winner in overtime against Fresno Pacific (10/21/08)...had two assists in a 5-0 win over Cal State San Bernardino (10/10/08)...scored the game-tying goal with just seventy seconds left in regulation against Cal State L.A. in the NCAA West Regional semi-final (11/13/08)...started 11 games and appeared in all 24. HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Auburn Riverside High School in Auburn, Washington... one of two out-of-state players on the squad...was a First Team All-State selection in 2007... named an All-Star by the Seattle Times, Tacoma Tribune, and Seattle Post Intelligencer... earned his league’s Most Valuable Player honor as a senior...named First Team All-League as a sophomore, junior, and senior...Team MVP as a senior...started all four years for his high school team. PERSONAL: His biggest sports thrill to date is scoring two goals in the third round of the Washington State playoffs...is a fan of Manchester United, but considers Liverpool striker Fernando Torres his favorite player...his favorite food is stir fry and his favorite movie is Mean Machines.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 (Freshman)

G/GS 24/11

Sh 19

Gl 3

Ast 10

Pts 16


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2009 Red shirts aaron glover

Position__________________________Defender Class____________________________ Freshman Hometown_________________Santa Ana, Calif. Last School___________ Mater Dei High School Club Team____________________ Slammers FC

Position_________________________Midfielder Class____________________________ Freshman Hometown___________________ Ventura, Calif. Last School______St. Bonaventure High School Club Team____________________ FC Barcelona

KYLE HONAKER

zac olson

Position__________________________Defender Class____________________________ Freshman Hometown__________________ Torrance, Calif. Last School______ South Torrance High School Club Team____________________Surf Academy

Position________________Midfielder/Defender Class____________________________ Freshman Hometown_________________Santa Rosa, Calif. Last School________Maria Carrillo High School Club Team__________ Sonoma County Alliance

SEAWOLVES

NICO SPANN

TREVOR TENNANT

Position_________________________Midfielder Class____________________________ Freshman Hometown________________Santa Rosa, Calif. Last School________ Montgomery High School Club Team________________Santa Rosa United

Position__________________________Defender Class____________________________ Freshman Hometown______________El Dorado Hills, Calif. Last School___________Oak Ridge High School Club Team_______________ San Juan Lightning

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INTRO

KELLY DAVILLA

COACHES HISTORY INFORMATION


INTRO

COACHES

SEAWOLVES

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HISTORY

INFORMATION

2008 Results

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DATE OPPONENT

W T L SCORE ATT.

GOALS

8/28

at BYU-Hawaii

W

5-0

89

Middlemiss 3, Medina, Carr

8/30

vs. Chaminade

W

6-1

50

Middlemiss 2, Preckwinkle, Bailey, Medina, Gallant

9/1

at Hawaii Pacific

W

3-2 (2 ot)

67

Grady, Lafon, Bailey

9/5

SEATTLE PACIFIC

W

4-1

298

Medina 2, Middlemiss, Lafon

9/7

WESTERN WASHINGTON

W

2-0

366

Lafon, Middlemiss

9/12

at Notre Dame de Namur L

1-2 (ot)

225

Bailey

9/14

at Cal State Stanislaus*

W

3-2 (ot)

210

Lafon 2, Middlemiss

9/19

SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

W

2-1

277

Bailey, Langwith

9/21

CSU MONTEREY BAY* T

2-2

289

Middlemiss 2

9/24

HUMBOLDT STATE* T

2-2

283

Middlemiss, own goal

9/28

No. 5 CAL STATE L.A.*

W

2-0

443

Lafon, Middlemiss

10/3

at UC San Diego*

W

4-0

878

Langwith 2, Medina, Grady

10/5

at No. 14 CSU Dominguez Hills* L

0-1

207

--

10/10 CSU SAN BERNARDINO*

W

5-0

272

Middlemiss 4, Furtado

10/12 CAL POLY POMONA*

W

1-0

488

Medina

10/19 at Humboldt State*

W

5-0

100

Bailey, Wiedeman, T. Jones

10/21

W

2-1

51

Vickers, Preckwinkle

10/24 at CSU Monterey Bay*

W

6-0

150

Furtado 2, Lafon, Middlemiss, Vickers, T. Jones

10/26 at San Francisco State*

W

2-1

305

Medina, Bailey

10/31 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*

W

3-0

178

Preckwinkle, Furtado, Langwith

11/2

CHICO STATE*

W

4-0

313

Langwith, Lafon, Preckwinkle, Medina

11/7

vs. No. 16 Cal State L.A.^

W

2-1

1052

Medina, Middlemiss

11/9

vs. No. 4 CSU Dominguez Hills^ T

0-0

1445

--

11/13 vs. No. 18 Cal State L.A.% T

1-1

237

Vickers

No. 12 FRESNO PACIFIC

* CCAA game; ^ CCAA Championship Tournament (Carson), % NCAA West Regional Championship (Carson).


2008 SEASON REVIEW No. 6 SONOMA

STATE 5 BYU-HAWAII 0

No. 6 SONOMA

STATE 6 CHAMINADE 1

August 28, 2008 • Laie, Hawaii

No. 6 sonoma

state 3 hawaii pacific 2

August 26, 2008 • Kaneohe, Hawaii

August 30, 2008 • Honolulu, Hawaii

Middlemiss scored two of his goals in the first half as the Seawolves steam rolled to a 4-0 halftime lead. Nathan Medina got the party started with a six-yard tap in just under 15 minutes in. Just over a minute later, Middlemiss picked up his first score with a strike from ten yards out.

The Silverswords were thinking upset early, when Chad Thompson picked up an unassisted goal to stake his side to 1-0 lead just under 13 minutes in. The Seawolves would not be able to break through until just after the 30-minute mark when defender Scott Preckwinkle netted one off an assist from Eric Lafon.

Just before the half, Nathan Medina found net for the second time on the Hawaiian excursion off an assist from Middlemiss.

The Seawolves out shot the Seasiders 25-10 in the game and had a 10-0 advantage in corner kicks. Brook Johnson made three saves en route to the shutout.

Three second half goals- one by Stuart Gallant and a pair by red hot Ross Middlemiss- put the game out of reach.

Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “The defense was solid. We gave BYU very few opportunities and most of their shots were from distance.”

TEAM Sonoma State BYU-Hawaii

1 4 0

2 ot 2ot 1 - - 0 - -

- T - 5 - 0

1 3 1

2 ot 2ot 3 - - 0 - -

- T - 6 - 1

SCORING: Thompson (CUH) 12:54, Preckwinkle (SSU) 30:12, Bailey (SSU) 36:21, Medina (SSU) 44:29, Gallant (SSU) 47:28, Middlemiss (SSU) 58:44, Middlemiss (SSU) 86:26.

The teams would battle through one overtime period and most of another to no avail before Bailey got the gamewinner on an assist from freshman Cam Vickers. “In the OT, Andrew was tired, but we left him in because all he needs is a half-chance and he can score,” said Ziemer. Looking back, Ziemer said, “When we went up 2-0, they were tired and started to drop their heads, but we didn’t put them away and let them back in the game. HPU had a great game plan and did a good job lf keeping compact and making it difficult for us to score.” For the match, the Seawolves out shot the Sea Warriors 23-7 and held a 14-3 advantage on corners. HPU was whistled for just four fouls in nearly 110 minutes of action, compared to seven for SSU. TEAM Sonoma State BYU-Hawaii

1 0 0

2 ot 2ot 2 0 1 2 0 0

- T - 3 - 2

SCORING: Grady (SSU) 49:29, Lafon (SSU) 69:10, Anton (HPU) 76:41, Bukoski (HPU) 82:05, Bailey (SSU) 109:35.

INFORMATION

SCORING: Medina (SSU) 14:51, Middlemiss (SSU) 15:58, Carr (SSU) 33:29, Middlemiss (SSU) 45:00, Middlemiss (SSU) 52:24.

TEAM Sonoma State Chaminade

Trailing 2-0 with just twenty minutes to one of the top teams in the nation would seem to break the optimism of most teams, but the Sea Warriors were resilient, battling their way to a goal just seven minutes later by Max Anton. With just under eight minutes left in regulation, HPU scored again. This time Anton assisted Chance Bukoski, to tie things up at two.

HISTORY

Middlemiss’ hat trick was the 11th by an SSU player since 1991.

Brook Johnson went the first 55 minutes before giving way to Juan Sosa in net.

The lead would quickly double to 2-0 in the 70th minute as Eric Lafon scored on a penalty kick.

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The game’s final score came in the 53rd minute when Middlemiss scored on a double assist from Casey Dayton and Andrew Bailey.

Despite dominating play in the first half, as evidenced by an 8-2 shot advantage, the Seawolves had to settle for a 0-0 score at the break. They were finally able to break through in the 50th minute when Alan Grady scored his first collegiate goal to make it 1-0. Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “Alan came in and brought a lot of energy before scoring a very nice goal.”

SEAWOLVES

Just six minutes later, Sonoma’s all-time leading goal scorer, Andrew Bailey, picked up his first score of the season off an assist by freshman Cory Taufer. It would give the Seawolves a lead they would not relinquish.

KANEOHE, Hawaii- All-American Andrew Bailey scored the game-winner with just 25 seconds left in double overtime as the sixth-ranked Sonoma State men’s soccer team avoided the upset with a 3-2 win over a resilient Hawaii Pacific squad. The win gives the Seawolves a perfect 3-0-0 record after their season opening trip to Hawaii.

COACHES

HONOLULU, Hawaii- Senior Ross Middlemiss added two more goals to his 2008 tally on Saturday as the Sonoma State men’s soccer team roughed up Chaminade, 6-1 in Honolulu. The Seawolves, ranked sixth in the nation, improve to 2-0-0 on the season.

INTRO

LAIE, Hawaii- Senior forward Ross Middlemiss collected the first hat trick of his career on Thursday as the sixthranked Sonoma State men’s soccer team beat BYU-Hawaii 5-0 in Laie. The defending Far West region champion Seawolves start out the season 1-0-0.

In the 34th minute, defender Doug Carr netted his first collegiate goal on a feed from last year’s CCAA assist leader, Eric Lafon. Middlemiss scored again just before the half to give the Seawolves an insurmountable lead at the break. Freshman Cam Vickers was credited with an assist on the goal.

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No. 4 SONOMA

STATE 4 SEATTLE PACIFIC 1

No. 4 SONOMA

INTRO

COACHES

SEAWOLVES

2008 REVIEW

HISTORY

INFORMATION

September 5, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR 2 No. 2 sonoma state 1

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Seniors Ross Middlemiss and Eric Lafon scored goals on Sunday afternoon to lead the fourth-ranked Sonoma State men’s soccer team to a hardfought 2-0 win over Western Washington at Seawolf Field in Rohnert Park. With the win, the Seawolves improve to 5-0-0 on the season. The Vikings drop to 1-2-0.

BELMONT, Calif- In one of the biggest stunners in some time, the second-ranked Sonoma State men’s soccer team lost to Notre Dame de Namur, 2-1, on an Argonaut goal with just two seconds remaining in overtime. It is the first loss of the season for the Seawolves as they fall to 5-1-0 on the season. The Argonauts improve to 4-2-1.

The Seawolves are off to their best start since 2002, when the eventual national champions began the sesaon with ten straight wins.

It was the first victory in 27 meetings for Notre Dame de Namur over Sonoma State. The Seawolves held a 25-0-1 edge.

Said Sonoma State head coach Marcus Ziemer, “This was a great game. We came in prepared and we were very sharp.”

The Argonauts came out of the gate strong, undaunted by the task of playing the nation’s second-ranked taem. Both teams attempted five shots in the first half, though none reached net thanks to the play of the SSU defense and goalkeeper Brook Johnson.

September 7, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- If history stays true for the Sonoma State men’s soccer team, Friday afternoon’s 4-1 win over Seattle Pacific could be the sign of good things to come. You see, in 17 previous games against the Falcons, the Seawolves had only beaten them once.... in 2002, when Sonoma State went on to win the national championship. The title is a long, long ways away, but so far, so good for the fourth-ranked Seawolves as they improve to 4-0-0 on the season. The Falcons drop to 0-2-1. While the Seattle Pacific uniform looked the same, one thing was definitely missing, long time head coach Cliff McCrath. McCrath “retired” amidst a fair amount of controversy in the off-season. A very close friend of McCrath’s, SSU head coach Marcus Ziemer admitted after the game that the win had a little extra meaning. “I feel like, in a way, we won this one for Cliff. I know he’d appreciate that one.” McCrath and Ziemer had become so close over the years that the guest speaker at Sonoma State’s national championship celebration banquet in 2002 was none other than the former SPU coach, McCrath himself. “Cliff had this mystique about him. Our guys felt much more relaxed going into this one without Cliff on the sidelines. No disrespect to SPU coach Mark Collings, but Cliff was a legend,” said Ziemer.

The game was exciting from the get-go with each team nearly scoring in the first two minutes of the game. Despite numerous scoring chances, the teams entered the break scoreless thanks to some solid goalkeeping and excellent defense. In the second half, the Seawolves continued to pepper the WWU defense with threats. Fourteen minutes into the second, WWU’s Joel Grossman and SSU’s Jack Jones collided going for a loose ball. The referee gave Jones a yellow, but he pulled red on Grossman and left the Vikings a man down for the final thirty-one minutes.

The Seawolves were quick to take the lead on Friday as Nathan Medina banged home a shot after gathering the rebound of an Andrew Bailey shot. His strike gave the Seawolves a 1-0 lead just over eight minutes in. Adding a little injury to insult, SPU goalkeeper Ben Lovelace was injured and left the game, not to return.

The red to Grossman may have been just the break the Seawolves needed as just six minutes later they were able to break through. Ross Middlemiss brought the ball up, then laid it off to Andrew Bailey who paused and slid it over to Lafon. From the left side, Lafon quickly blasted the ball to the right of the Viking keeper to make it 1-0.

Down a goal early, the Falcons would be quick to knot things up as Drew Williams poked one in on a scramble in front of the net in the 14th. That would be just about all the offense SPU would muster, however, as the Seawolves’ defense tightened up and allowed just three shot total in the game, two in the first half and one in the second.

SSU picked up an insurance goal in the 82nd minute when Ross Middlemiss was fouled in the box on a scoring opportunity. Middlemiss took the PK himself and converted to make it 2-0. It was the seventh goal of the season for the Arcata native.

Ross Middlemiss scored what would turn out to be the game-winning goal in the 28th minute when he scored off an Eric Lafon assist. The Seawolves would add two quick goals in the second half to put the game out of reach. Lafon got a goal of his own in the 51st off a double assist from Scott Preckwinkle and Middlemiss. In the 56th, Medina netted his second score off a beautiful, bending pass from defender Stuart Gallant. TEAM Seattle Pacific Sonoma State

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SCORING: Medina (SSU) 8:11, Williams (SPU) 13:32, Middlemiss (SSU) 27:17, Lafon (SSU) 50:31, Medina (SSU) 55:31.

Ziemer was impressed with the play of his second string, saying “Our depth makes it hard for a team to play 90 minutes with us. They provided a real spark off the bench today.” The Seawolves had a 15-5 shot advantage (8-1 in the second half). Western actually held a slight edge in corners (5-3), but they also led in fouls (23-17). Brook Johnson made two saves to earn his second shutout of the season. TEAM Western Washington Sonoma State

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SCORING: Lafon (SSU) 65:33, Middlemiss (SSU) 81:22.

September 12, 2008 • Belmont, Calif.

In the second half, senior Andrew Bailey came up with the game’s first goal when he wheeled around the defense and fired a shot past the NDNU keeper. It was the third goal of the season for Bailey, SSU’s all-time leading goal scorer. The Argos tied the game up in the 63rd minute when Luis Astorga scored off a double assist from Christian Rosales and Jacob Zavala. There were a few scoring opportunities over the final 27 minutes, but both teams came away empty to set up overtime. In overtime, the Seawolves came out strong, keeping the ball in the Argonaut zone for much of the period. As time was running down, however, NDNU played the ball into the far right corner. Astorga chased down the ball, then played it back to Sean Gurley with around six seconds left. Gurley then crossed it to the far post where Mark Bennett headed it home for the game-winner with just two ticks left. The Argonauts out shot the Seawolves 12-10 for the game, the first time this season that SSU has trailed in that category. TEAM Sonoma State BYU-Hawaii

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SCORING: Bailey (SSU) 51:57, Astorga (NDNU) 63:07, Bennett (NDNU) 99:58.


No. 2 SONOMA

STATE 3 CAL STATE STANISLAUS 2 September 14, 2008 • Turlock, Calif.

Just two minutes into overtime, the Seawolves would break through with Lafon netting the game-winner off an Andrew Bailey helper.

TEAM Sonoma State Cal State Stanislaus

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SCORING: Middlemiss (SSU) 13:25, Johnson (CSUS) 37:17, Lafon (SSU) 65:54, Ryan (CSUS) 74:07, Lafon (SSU) 92:01.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Sonoma State got goals from Ben Langwith and Andrew Bailey on Friday afternoon to defeat San Francisco State 2-1 on a wet Seawolf Field pitch. The win lifts the tenth-ranked Seawolves to 7-1-0, 2-0-0 CCAA. The Gators drop to 2-4-1, 0-3-0 CCAA. Langwith started off the day’s scoring with a nice goal off an assist from Eric Lafon. It was the Langwith’s first goal in a Sonoma State uniform. That strike came in the 17th minute and it would stand clear until the 65th minute when All-American Andrew Bailey doubled the lead. After a nice cross from freshman Cam Vickers, Bailey fired the ball at the goal, only to see it bounce off the crossbar and back into play. He quickly gathered the rebound and poked it into the net. It was the four goal of the season for Bailey, Sonoma State’s all-time leader. Late in the second half, San Francisco State began to put more pressure on the Seawolf defense. They finally broke through in the 74th when Charles Conway’s long cross met with Sergio Villalva’s foot. Villalva hammered it home, to the left of the keeper to make it 2-1. Head coach Marcus Ziemer remarked, “We could have put them away, but we let them back in. We had a lot of chances to score to put the game out of reach. The last ten minutes got a little scary.” SF State would try to get another goal, but the Seawolves’ backfield was up to the task, denying all Gator advances. All in all, Ziemer was happy with the way his Seawolves performed, stating “We played well and were able to take them out of their game. As a team, we’re just focusing on getting better every single game.” Ziemer was particularly encouraged by the play of Ryan Hall, a sophomore from Trabuco Canyon who started at left back for an injured Stuart Gallant, saying “Ryan played great. He’s a hard-nosed defender who’s also great on the ball. He has a very bright future.” The Seawolves out shot the Gators 14-4 in the game and had a 4-2 lead in corner kicks. SF State held a 14-9 edge in fouls. TEAM San Francisco State Sonoma State

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SCORING: Langwith (SSU) 16:43, Bailey (SSU) 64:12, Villalva (SFSU) 73:13.

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ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Despite a healthy shot advantage, the Sonoma State men’s soccer team had to settle for a 2-2 tie with Cal State Monterey Bay in CCAA action on Sunday in Rohnert Park. The Otters tied the game up with under four minutes remaining in regulation to avoid the loss and improve to 0-4-3, 0-2-2 CCAA. The Seawolves, ranked tenth in the nation, go to 7-1-1, 2-0-1 CCAA. The draw snaps a 20-game winning streak in conference play for the Seawolves dating back to October, 2006. The game’s first score came just five minutes in as Ross Middlemiss got a feed from Ben Langwith and lofted over the pulled out goalkeeper. That lead would stand until just three and a half minutes before the break when Grant Robson scored his first goal off the season after heading in a free kick from Kevin Amaral. The Seawolves were able to take advantage of a hard foul in the box in the 70th minute when Middlemiss converted a penalty kick for a 2-1 lead. It was the tenth goal of the season for the forward from Arcata. With time winding down, the Otters took advantage in a misplay by the Seawolves as Andy Binol jumped on a clearance attempt and slotted it past the keeper. The Seawolves turned up the pressure in overtime, out shooting the Otters 3-1, but a second yellow to Jack Jones shortly before the end of the period made the Seawolves play a man down the rest of the way. Opportunties continued to arise in the second extra frame, but despite four shots, the Seawolves came away empty handed. CSUMB goalkeeper Brenden Baca was credited with six saves in the match. Sonoma State out shot the Otters 21-8 and had an 8-3 advantage in corners. There were 41 total fouls and seven yellows shown, not including the red to Jones. TEAM CSU Monterey Bay Sonoma State

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SCORING: Middlemiss (SSU) 5:00, Robson (CSUMB) 41:31, Middlemiss (SSU) 69:14, Binol (CSUMB) 86:35.

INFORMATION

Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We showed a lot of grit and worked hard for the winning goal. It was a tough weekend on the road and now we have a day off to recover, then we are going to work our butts off and get our mentality back. We are giving up too many soft goals and we need to tighten things up if we are going to accomplish anything this year.”

September 14, 2008 • Belmont, Calif.

HISTORY

The Seawolves dominated the stat sheet, posting 26 shots to the Warriors’ 11.

September 19, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

2008 REVIEW

Middlemiss scored the game’s first goal in the 14th minute off an assist from Davide Furtado, a freshman earning his first career start. The Warriors would tie it up in the 38th and the score would remain 1-1 until midway through the second half . That’s when Lafon scored his first goal of the game, off a Middlemiss feed. Nine minutes later, Stanislaus’ Matt Ryan scored to again knot things up.

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SEAWOLVES

Sunday’s win came on the heels of their first loss, a 2-1 overtime defeat at the hands of Notre Dame de Namur. It was the second time the Seawolves have won in OT this season as they beat Hawaii Pacific in double overtime a couple weeks ago.

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COACHES

Lafon scored twice and Ross Middlemiss had a goal and an assist as the Seawolves continued to get contributions from the pair of ‘unsung’ heroes. Despite strong junior campaigns, neither was awarded with All-CCAA status last season. They are doing their best to make sure that won’t happen again as Middlemiss is among the nation’s leaders with eight goals and Lafon is not far behind with five.

STATE 2 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 1

INTRO

TURLOCK, Calif- Senior Eric Lafon scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead second-ranked Sonoma State to a 3-2 win over Cal State Stanislaus in the CCAA opener for both squads in Turlock. The win lifts the Seawolves’ record to 6-1-0, 1-0-0 CCAA. The Warriors tumble to 1-2-1, 0-1-0 CCAA.

No. 10 SONOMA


INTRO

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SEAWOLVES

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HISTORY

INFORMATION

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No. 23 SONOMA

No. 23 SONOMA

STATE 2 No. 5 CAL STATE L.A. 0

September 24, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

September 28, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

October 3, 2008 • La Jolla, Calif.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- For the second consecutive game, the Sonoma State men’s soccer team had to settle for a 2-2 tie, this time with Humboldt State. The 23rd-ranked Seawolves see their record go to 7-1-2, 2-0-2 CCAA while the Lumberjacks are now 4-1-3, 1-1-2 CCAA.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- In a hotly contested battle between two nationally-ranked teams, it was 23rd-ranked Sonoma State defeating 5th-ranked Cal State L.A. 2-0 on Sunday afternoon in Rohnert Park. The win pushes the Seawolves record to 8-1-2, 3-0-2 CCAA. The Golden Eagles suffer their first defeat of the season, falling to 7-1-1, 4-1-1 CCAA.

LA JOLLA, Calif- Senior Mark Wiedeman tied the school record with three assists and Ben Langwith scored twice to lead Sonoma State to an impressive 4-0 road victory over UC San Diego on Friday night. The win pushes the sixth-ranked Seawolves to 9-1-2, 4-0-2 CCAA. The Tritons drop to 6-3-1, 3-3-1 CCAA.

Fans barely had a chance to take their seat before Ross Middlemiss found the game’s first goal, just 2:06 in off a double assist by Nathan Medina and Mark Wiedeman. It was the 11th goal of the season for Middlemiss, the Far West Region leader.

No. 6 SONOMA

STATE 4 UC SAN DIEGO 0

The Seawolves got on the board in the 22nd minute when Ross Middlemiss scored on an incredible header. The play was set up by a nice crossing effort from Eric Lafon. It was Middlemiss’ 12th goal of the season.

Humboldt would tie things up in the 22nd minute when Ben Vasser found Matt Colwell for the equalizer. The score would stay 1-1 until two minutes before the break when Ray Lind’s shot bounced off the crossbar and was pushed in by Kete Meskill.

Lafon found a goal of his own in the 33rd minute when he punched one home off a cross from freshman Cam Vickers. Lafon has six goals this season to go along with a team-high five assists.

Eight minutes into the second half, the Seawolves caught a bit of good luck. On a Sonoma attack, the ball bounced off a Humboldt defender and into the net for an own goal.

Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We came in very prepared today and played sharp. We were able to create a lot of good opportunities. This is a step in the right direction.”

Neither team could score for the remainder of the second half and then through a pair of ten-minute extras. The Seawolves clearly controlled play with Humboldt packing it in and playing hard-nosed defense to fend off the Sonoma advances. After the first half, Sonoma State attempted 12 shots to just two for Humboldt.

Though the Golden Eagles would actually out shoot the Seawolves in the second half, 4-3, their opportunities were smothered by a sharp Seawolf defense. Doug Carr, Scott Preckwinkle, Jack Jones, and Stuart Gallant were all over the place and Brook Johnson had a very nice effort in his return to the net, making two saves.

However, just like in Sunday’s game against CSU Monterey Bay, the Seawolves would have to settle for a draw. Over the last two games, the Seawolves have out shot their opponents 41-13, but they’ve gained only two points in the conference standings.

Said Ziemer, “We did a good job of keeping everything in front of us and deniing them clear chances. Brook made a great save on a free kick in the first half, which would have given LA some momentum going into halftime.”

Drew Ryan was credited with five saves in goal for the ‘Jacks. His counterpart, Taylor Jones came up with two.

For the game, Sonoma State out shot Cal State L.A., 8-5. Thirty fouls were called and six yellows were issued, three to each team.

The Seawolves out shot the Lumberjacks 20-5 for the game, though corner kick attempts were nearly equal, 4-3 (Seawolves).

“This was a good effort after a couple of mediocre performances (ties with CSU Monterey Bay and Humboldt State),” said Ziemer.

TEAM Humboldt State Sonoma State

TEAM Cal State L.A. Sonoma State

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SCORING: Middlemiss (SSU) 2:06, Colwell (HSU) 21:02, Meskill (HSU) 43:00, own goal (SSU) 53:45.

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SCORING: Middlemiss (SSU) 21:34, Lafon (SSU) 32:59.

It was second consecutive shutout win for the Seawolves, pushing their unbeaten streak to six games in a row. After nearly 70 minutes of scoreless action, the Seawolves finally broke through when Langwith scored off a pass from the corner by Wiedeman. That strike set the Seawolves loose on a scoring outburst that would see them find net three more times in the next nineteen minutes. Langwith would make it 2-0 with his second goal of the game just 1:48 after his first. Again, the assist came from Wiedeman from the left corner. In the 77th minute, Nathan Medina got on the board with his fifth goal of the season off a double assist from Cam Vickers and Wiedeman. The scoring would be capped with just four seconds left when Alan Grady picked up his second goal of the season off an assist from freshman Davide Furtado. The Seawolves out shot the Tritons 16-10 in the game, taking a eight shots in each half. Brook Johnson was solid in the net, making three saves en route to his fourth shutout of the season. TEAM Sonoma State UC San Diego

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SCORING: Langwith (SSU) 68:42, Langwith (SSU) 70:30, Medina (SSU) 76:22, Grady (SSU) 89:56.


No. 14 CSU

DOMINGUEZ HILLS 1 No. 6 SONOMA STATE 0 October 5, 2008 • Carson, Calif.

Though the Seawolves would turn up the pressure, Benitez and the Toro backs were able to keep the Seawolves at bay.

The Seawolves will hope to get another shot at the Toros in the playoffs. Last year, the teams met three times with the Seawolves winning in the regular season, the Toros in the CCAA Tournament, and a tie in the West Regional final (though SSU did advance on penalty kicks). 1 0 0

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ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Nathan Medina’s goal midway through the second half was the difference on Sunday afternoon as Sonoma State squeaked by Cal Poly Pomona 1-0 at Seawolf Field. The 17th-ranked Seawolves stay unbeaten at home (6-0-2) and improve to 11-1-2, 6-1-2 CCAA on the season. The Broncos fall to 4-8-1, 2-7-1 CCAA.

Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We came out ready to go today. It was good to get back in our groove early.” Middlemiss got goal number two in the 11th minute when defender Jack Jones dropped a long pass into the middle of the field where Middlemiss booted it home. He earned the hat trick in the 59th minute off a feed from Andrew Bailey and then did one better in the 70th. Vickers set the play up with a cross that was bumped to Middlemiss from Bailey and then poked through. Remarked Ziemer, “Ross seems to be scoring for fun these days.” The Arcata native scored on all four of his shot attempts on Friday. The Seawolves closed out the day’s scoring when Davide Furtado picked up his first collegiate goal off a Mark Wiedeman assist in the 71st minute. It was Wiedeman’s fourth assist in the last three games.

The Seawolves will now turn their sights to Sunday when they host Cal Poly Pomona. Said Ziemer, “We have to get ready for a real battle on Sunday. We won’t enjoy this one for long.” TEAM CSU San Bernardino Sonoma State

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SCORING: Middlemiss (SSU) 1:01, Middlemiss (SSU) 10:32, Middlemiss (SSU) 58:38, Middlemiss (SSU) 69:22, Furtado (SSU) 70:56.

Though the Seawolves would have several excellent scoring opportunities in the first half, including a couple that glanced off the post, the teams would enter the break in a scoreless draw. The Seawolves’ hard work finally paid off in the 70th minute when a nice through ball by Andrew Bailey was centered by Cam Vickers and punched home by Medina. That goal would stand up thanks to the play of the SSU defense, including goalkeeper Brook Johnson, who recorded four saves en route to his sixth shutout of the season. Ziemer remarked, “We had a lot of chances, but we kept coming up unlucky. However, we were able to keep sharp and not get down.” The Broncos had one great look in the 86th minute, but a rocket of a shot by Nathan Braunwalder ricocheted off the cross bar and away. The Seawolves out shot the Broncos 18-11 for the game and held an 8-4 advantage in corners. It was a physical game with 31 fouls called (18 on SSU, 13 on CPP) and four yellows shown. TEAM Cal Poly Pomona Sonoma State

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INFORMATION

The Seawolves led 12-3 in shots and had a 6-5 advantage in corners. Perhaps lost in all the scoring was a fine effort by the Sonoma State defense. Goalkeeper Brook Johnson was solid, on his way to his fifth shutout of the season.

“I thought this was a very professional win for us,” said SSU head coach Marcus Ziemer after the game. “They played very well against us.”

HISTORY

TEAM Sonoma State CSU Dominguez Hills

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Senior Ross Middlemiss broke the school record with four goals on Friday as he led Sonoma State to a 5-0 shutout of Cal State San Bernardino in CCAA play at Seawolf Field. It was the second time this year that Middlemiss has scored at least three goals in a game as he pushed his season tally to a far west region best 16. The 17th-ranked Seawolves improve to 10-2-2, 5-1-2 CCAA. The Coyotes drop to 5-7-1, 4-4-1 CCAA.

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The Seawolves were out shot by the Toros 17-9 in the contest, including 9-3 in the second half. Johnson made a season-high six saves in a fine goalkeeping performance.

October 12, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

SEAWOLVES

In the 83rd minute, Marco Pulido dropped the ball off to Piechota 15 yards in front of Brook Johnson, the SSU keeper. Piechota’s blast was just high enough to tip off Johnson’s finger tips, but just low enough to touch the bottom of the net for a 1-0 lead.

October 10, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

Middlemiss got an early start on his scoring onslaught, finding the game’s first goal just one minute in when he was set up by a beautiful pass from Cam Vickers. While 89 minutes still remained, the early goal set the tone for what turned out to be a one-sided affair.

STATE 1 CAL POLY POMONA 0

COACHES

Sonoma’s Ben Langwith had an excellent chance to put the Seawolves up late in the first half after slipping behind the Toro defense. His shot, however, was denied by a one-handed diving save from Miguel Benitez.

No. 17 SONOMA

INTRO

CARSON, Calif- In a battle of two of the CCAA’s premier sides, No. 14 Cal State Dominguez Hills got a late goal by Greg Piechota to beat No. 6 Sonoma State 1-0 on Sunday afternoon in Carson. The teams went scoreless for nearly 83 minutes before the Toros found the game-winner. The loss drops the Seawolves to 9-2-2, 4-1-2 CCAA. The Toros improve to 11-1-1, 6-1-1 CCAA.

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No. 16 SONOMA

STATE 5 HUMBOLDT STATE 0

No. 13 SONOMA

STATE 2 fresno pacific 1

INFORMATION HISTORY

2008 REVIEW

STATE 6 CSU MONTEREY BAY 0

October 19, 2008 • Arcata, Calif.

October 21, 2008 • Rohnert Park, Calif.

ARCATA, Calif- Senior Andrew Bailey collected his first hat trick of the season as Sonoma State rolled over Humboldt State 5-0 on Sunday afternoon in Arcata. The 16th-ranked Seawolves improve to 12-2-1, 7-1-2 CCAA on the season. The Lumberjacks slip to 7-5-4, 2-5-3 CCAA.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Freshman Cam Vickers assisted on the game-tying goal near the end of regulation, then scored the game-winner in double overtime to lead Sonoma State to a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Fresno Pacific on Tuesday at Seawolf Field. The 13th-ranked (NCAA Division II) Seawolves improve to 13-2-2 on the season while the 12th-ranked (NAIA) Sunbirds fall to 8-3-1.

The Seawolves are currently riding a three-game winning streak in which they’ve outscored their opponents 11-0. Bailey scored the first three goals of the game. He was joined in the goal-scoring party by Mark Wiedeman and Taylor Jones, a goalkeeper making only his second appearance in the field. Bailey’s first netter came in the 26th minute when he hit a header from Nathan Medina past an oncoming goalkeeper. Ross Middlemiss and Jack Jones teamed up for the assist on goal number two as Bailey scored on a through ball. It was the 50th goal of Bailey’s Sonoma State career. The third goal came from a one-timer off a free kick by Eric Lafon in the 62nd minute. Bailey is the school’s all-time leader in goals scored with 51. He is also the school’s all-time leader in shots attempted (241) and points scored (122). Lafon picked up another assist on the Seawolves’ fourth goal, by Wiedeman, in the 76th. The goal allowed him to pass Andrew Ziemer and move into third place all-time at SSU with 25 assists.

SEAWOLVES

The Seawolves thoroughly dominated play on Sunday, out shooting the Lumberjacks 29-10 and holding a 7-1 edge in corner kicks.

COACHES

Jones’ goal came with under a minute remaining off a double assist by Middlemiss and Mike Duncan.

TEAM Sonoma State Humboldt State

INTRO

No. 13 SONOMA

Brook Johnson recorded his fifth shutout in the last six games. It is his seventh shutout of the season. 1 1 0

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SCORING: Bailey (SSU) 25:53, Bailey (SSU) 48:04, Bailey (SSU) 61:02, Wiedeman (SSU) 75:44, T. Jones (SSU) 89:14.

October 24, 2008 • Seaside, Calif.

“This was a great win for us today,” said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “Even though it was non-conference, it was important for us to fight from behind to get the win and keep our streak alive. Fresno Pacific is a very good team.” Despite a healthy 10-2 shot advantage in the first half, the Seawolves could not find net and the teams entered the break scoreless. It would be Fresno Pacific breaking through first when, in the 54th minute, Daniel Spieth scored off an assist by Marcelo Molina. “We started of guys who haven’t played as much. They played well and generated some good chances, even though we couldn’t get one to fall,” said Ziemer.

Friday’s game was quite a reversal from September’s meeting when the Seawolves and Otters tied 2-2 in Rohnert Park. Eric Lafon found goal number one just under six minutes in when he tapped in a cross from Nathan Medina and Cam Vickers. Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We were ready to play today and we came out and scored a quick goal, which forced them out a little bit.” Medina was involved on the second goal of the day as well as he fed Ross Middlemiss in the 24th minute to make it 2-0. It was Middlemiss’ CCAA-best 17th goal of the season.

It looked like the Seawolves might be heading for their first home defeat of the year before some late game heroics by Vickers and Scott Preckwinkle saved the day. SSU kept the pressure on and finally, in the 86th minute a Vickers corner was headed past the keeper by Preckwinkle.

The next two goals came off the foot of freshman Davide Furtado. In the 42nd minute he netted one off a double assist by Middlemiss and Stuart Gallant. Furtado’s second goal, fifteen minutes into the second half off another assist by Medina, pushed the margin to 4-0 and effectively ended any chance of an Otter comeback.

With just two minutes left in overtime, the Seawolves found the game-winner. On their 27th shot of the game, Vickers got a feed from Andrew Bailey on the right and rocketed it past the keeper for the game-winner. It was the first collegiate goal for the freshman from Lake Tapps, Washington.

Cam Vickers scored a goal for the second straight game in the 76th minute off assists by David Holleran and Nicholas Lombardi. Just under two minutes later, Taylor Jones also scored to cap the scoring. Ben Langwith and Lafon were credited with assists. Jones, a goalkeeper, has now scored two goals this season in three appearances in the field.

The Seawolves out shot the Sunbirds 27-3 in the game. They also had a healthy advantage in corner kicks (12-2) and fouls (20-9).

The Seawolves out shot the Otters 22-6, including 16-4 in the first half. Brook Johnson went the distance in goal to secure his ninth shutout of the year.

The Seawolves return to league play this weekend as they head to Cal State Monterey Bay (Friday) and San Francisco State (Sunday). Said Ziemer, “We get a day to recover, then we need to prepare for CSUMB and SFSU. They are always tough on the road, but we have a lot to play for and we’ll be ready!”

“The defense was sharp today and they worked hard to keep the shutout,” said Ziemer.

TEAM Fresno Pacific Sonoma State

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SCORING: Spieth (FPU) 53:19, Preckwinkle (SSU) 85:37, Vickers (SSU) 108:00.

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SEASIDE, Calif- Sonoma State scored three goals in the first half and three more in the second to cruise past Cal State Monterey Bay 6-0 on Friday afternoon in Seaside. Freshman Davide Furtado scored two goals as the 13thranked Seawolves improve to 14-2-2, 8-1-2 CCAA. The Otters drop to 3-10-4, 3-7-3 CCAA.

The Seawolves will now head to north to face San Francisco State on Sunday. Remarked Ziemer, “We have a difficult game on Sunday. We have a great rivalry with SF State and they always get up to play us.” TEAM Sonoma State CSU Monterey Bay

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SCORING: Lafon (SSU) 5:41, Middlemiss (SSU) 23:44, Furtado (SSU) 41:22, Furtado (SSU) 60:02, Vickers (SSU) 75:17, T. Jones (SSU) 77:09.


No. 16 SONOMA

STATE 2 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 1

No. 12 SONOMA

STATE 3 CAL STATE STANISLAUS 0

October 26, 2008 • San Francisco, Calif.

October 31, 2008 • Turlock, Calif.

The Gators would slice the lead in half just over a minute later when Spencer Schwandt converted a penalty kick.

Lafon’s three assists give him 30 for his career, surpassing the old record of 29 held by Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98). Lafon leads the CCAA with 12 assists this season, the same amount he had last year when he also led the conference.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- After a scoreless first half, Sonoma State opened up the floodgates in the second on their way to a 4-0 blanking of rival Chico State in the regular season finale for both teams on Sunday at Trione Fields in Santa Rosa. Both teams have qualified for next week’s CCAA Tournament in La Jolla. The 12th-ranked Seawolves will enter the tournament as the top seed for the second straight year as they go to 17-2-2, 11-1-2 with Sunday’s win. The Wildcats go to 13-5-0, 9-5-0 CCAA. The Seawolves will enter the tournament on an eightgame winning streak in which they’ve outscored their opponents 28-2. Sunday’s fourth goal was the 64th of the season for Sonoma State, tying the school record set in 1991. In a well played first half in which neither team could reach the net, the Seawolves and Wildcats had the surprisingly large crowd thinking we’d be in for a nail biter. Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We just weren’t sharp in the first half. We didn’t play with any urgency and we weren’t moving the ball well.”

The Seawolves had several solid opportunities early, but it wouldn’t be until the 26th minute that the met ball with net. Lafon’s corner kick was tapped by Jack Jones to an oncoming Scott Preckwinkle who sent it in to make it 1-0.

Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “It is always tough to play at SF State. Our goal today was just to get a win. The field was in rough shape, so it was hard to pass it around.”

Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We came out ready to play. We could have capitalized on some of those early opportunities, though.”

Just three minutes into the second, the Seawolves would start to turn the tide when Ben Langwith headed in a Jack Jones cross to make it 1-0 in favor of the “home” team. “We made some adjustments at the half,” said Ziemer, “We didn’t think they’d be able to run with us.”

Though their contributions don’t necessarily show up in the box score, Coach Ziemer was quick to complement a pair of freshmen, Davide Furtado and Cory Taufer for their strong play in the game.

The score would go to 2-0 in the 43rd minute when another Lafon corner kick was given to Davide Furtado. Furtado scored a magnificent goal off his heel as he was heading away from the goal to leave the fans in hysterics heading into the break.

Eleven minutes later, the Seawolves found goal number two when Scott Preckwinkle set up Eric Lafon for a goal with a nice shift in the box.

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SCORING: Medina (SSU) 12:51, Bailey (SSU) 23:56, Schwandt (SFSU) 25:05.

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Late in the game, the Seawolves would tack on one more when yet another Lafon corner kick was headed in from 10 yards out by sophomore Ben Langwith.

Despite the dominating performance, Ziemer praised the Warriors, saying “Stanislaus played hard. They are definitely better than their record would indicate.”

The final goal of the game arrived in the 72nd minute when Nathan Medina blasted home one of his patented lasers off a Ross Middlemiss assist.

Said Ziemer, “We’re focused. Now more than ever, we’re taking it one game at a time.”

Coach Ziemer was proud of his team’s performance and was sure to comment on the play of his reserves, “We have so much depth. Guys like (Ben) Langwith are coming up big.”

TEAM Sonoma State Cal State Stanislaus

Brook Johnson earned his tenth shutout of the year, moving him to within one of the all-time record of 24, set by Dave Kaufman (1989-91).

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SCORING: Preckwinkle (SSU) 25:55, Furtado (SSU) 42:14, Langwith (SSU) 80:59.

TEAM Chico State Sonoma State

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SCORING: Langwith (SSU) 48:35, Lafon (SSU) 59:49, Preckwinkle (SSU) 69:38, Medina (SSU) 71:01.

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The Seawolves did a great job of limiting Warrior opportunities as they out shot their opponents 21-3. They also held an 8-3 advantage in corners.

The rout was on when, in the 70th minute Preckwinkle and Lafon would again connect for a goal. This time it was Lafon feeding Preckwinkle with a beautiful, lofting corner kick. It was Lafon’s 13th assist of the season, tying the school’s all-time single season record (Andrew Ziemer, 1991 and Roman Ritz, 1993).

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The final 65 minutes of the game would go scoreless, though Sonoma had several solid opportunities. The Seawolves out shot the Gators 18-8 in the game.

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The 1-0 lead was soon doubled to 2-0 when Andrew Bailey scored his eighth goal of the season off an assist from freshman Cam Vickers in the 24th minute. For Vickers, it was his league-high 10th assist of the season.

The victory also clinches the CCAA North Division title for Sonoma State. It is their fifth consecutive division title and their sixth in the last seven years.

November 2, 2008 • Santa Rosa, Calif.

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Medina picked up the first goal of the game in the 13th minute when he scored off an assist from Eric Lafon. It was Medina’s seventh goal of the season and the fifth goal he’s scored in his career at Cox Stadium.

ROHNERT PARK, Calif- Not even a wet field could slow down the Sonoma State men’s soccer team on Friday afternoon as they shut out Cal State Stanislaus 3-0 at Seawolf Field in rainy Rohnert Park. Senior Eric Lafon assisted on each of the Seawolves’ goals to break the school’s career record. The win lifts the 12th-ranked Seawolves to 16-2-2, 10-1-2 CCAA. The Warriors fall to 3-12-1, 2-11-0 CCAA.

STATE 4 CHICO STATE 0

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif- Senior forwards Nathan Medina and Andrew Bailey each scored to lead 13th-ranked Sonoma State to their fifth straight victory, a 2-1 defeat of San Francisco State at Cox Stadium in San Francisco. The Seawolves improve to 15-2-2, 9-1-2 CCAA while the Gators fall to 8-9-2, 5-8-1 CCAA.

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No. 11 SONOMA

STATE 2 No. 16 cal state l.a. 1

cont’d The Golden Eagles had numerous other opportunities in the second half, but Brook Johnson was able to negate any potential goals for Cal State L.A.. He finished with three saves, all of them coming in the second half.

LA JOLLA, Calif- The Sonoma State men’s soccer team was able to hold off Cal State L.A., 2-1, in the semi-final match of the CCAA Men’s Soccer Championships, Friday afternoon on the campus of UC San Diego. CCAA Offensive Player of the Year Ross Middlemiss knocked in the clinching goal in the 80th minute, allowing the Seawolves to advance to the CCAA Championship game for the second year in a row. The win improves Sonoma State’s record to 18-2-2, while Cal State L.A. drops to 13-4-3.

“Our defense was solid. Brook Johnson, Scott Preckwinkle and Doug Carr all played well,” said Ziemer.

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“This was a great win for us,” said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “We’re a little banged up right now. Two of our defenders (Jack Jones and Stuart Gallant didn’t play due to injuries and Mike Duncan, Ryan Hall, and Nicholas Lombardi stepped right in for us and played great. Two injuries to the back line would kill most teams, but our depth has really paid off.” Senior forward Nathan Medina started things off for Sonoma State in the 23rd minute of the first half, when he rocketed a shot past the Golden Eagles’ goalkeeper to the upper right corner. Medina was set up by Andrew Bailey beautifully, as Bailey collected the loose ball in the middle of the field and dished it off to a sprinting Medina for his ninth goal of the year. Sonoma State dictated the flow of the game in the first half, out-shooting Cal State L.A. 6-3, with three of their shots coming on goal. However, the second half was a different story. “I thought we dominated play in the first half, but you have to give CSULA credit. They came out ready to play and took it to us in the second half,” remarked Ziemer. Cal State L.A. came out aggressively in the second half, out-shooting the Seawolves 6-3. The Golden Eagles found the equalizer in the 64th minute when a free kick was sent into the box where Kyle Hewitt gathered the loose ball and placed it perfectly into a small window in the upper left corner to tie the match at one.

With the game tied 1-1, Sonoma turned to their biggest play maker to come up with the big play. Middlemiss answered the call in the 80th minute with his 18th goal of the season to put the Seawolves up for good 2-1. Eric Lafon sent a cross from the left corner and Middlemiss took care of the rest, chipping the ball over the keeper’s head into the center of net. The assist was Lafon’s 14th of the year, which breaks the school’s all-time record for assists in a season. With the victory, Sonoma State advances to its second consecutive CCAA Championship game, and its third in four years. The Seawolves will square off against Cal State Dominguez Hills, who defeated Chico State earlier in the day 5-3 on penalty kicks. This a rematch of the 2007 Championship game, in which the Toros edged the Seawolves 1-0. Said Ziemer, “We are going to take the day off tomorrow to regroup and assess our injuries. We’ll be ready for Dominguez Hills on Sunday!” TEAM Cal State L.A. Sonoma State

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SCORING: Medina (SSU) 23:14, Hewitt (CSULA) 64:52, Middlemiss (SSU) 80:37.

No. 11 SONOMA

STATE 0 No. 4 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS 0 SSU WINS ON PK, 6-5 November 9, 2008 • La Jolla, Calif. CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

LA JOLLA, Calif- The Sonoma State men’s soccer team claimed their second CCAA title on Sunday afternoon with an exciting penalty kick win over Cal State Dominguez Hills at Triton Field in La Jolla. Officially, the game will be recorded as a 0-0 tie, but the Seawolves will be sure to savor their 6-5 edge in penalty kicks and the accompanying CCAA Championship banner. Eleventhranked Sonoma State will enter the NCAA West Regional at 18-2-3 while the fourth-ranked Toros will go in at 16-2-4. Said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “This was an incredible game that could have gone either way. Our defense was outstanding today... Brook, Duncan, Carr, Preck, Hall, and Taufer... they were all fantastic.” The Seawolves won their first CCAA title in 2005, also against Cal State Dominguez Hills. Sonoma State has now won seven conference title (five of them in the NCAC) under Marcus Ziemer: 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2008. Both defenses were superb on Sunday afternoon, yielding shots, but no goals. Cal State Dominguez Hills had an overall lead in shots attempted (18-11). “This game was like a boxing match,” said Ziemer, “We would dominate and have them on the ropes, they they would counter and take it to us.” On to penalty kicks, the Seawolves looked like they might be in trouble when Cam Vickers missed at the No. 2 spot, but a quick miss by the Toros’ Scott Mariano and a conversion by Sonoma’s Ryan Hall put the team on even footing again. The Seawolves would not miss again, collecting scores from Scott Preckwinkle, Mark Wiedman, and Ben Langwith before Davide Furtado had what would turn out to be the game-winner. It was the game-winner because on their next attempt, the Toros were turned away by a big save from Sonoma State’s Brook Johnson. Johnson matched a season-high with six saves in the contest, in the process posting his 11th shutout of the season and moving into a tie for the career record of 24 (Dave Kaufman, 1989-91). He was named the Most Valuable Defensive Player of the tournament while Ross Middlemiss was named the Most Valuable Offensive Player. The pair were joined on the all-tournament team by Nathan Medina, Furtado, and Mike Duncan. Remarked Ziemer, “Our depth really paid off today. We went deep on the bench and everyone added something to the game.”

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cont’d The Seawolves have now been shutout twice this season, both times by the Toros. They have, in turn, shutout 11 of their opponents. The result brings back memories of last year’s regional championship game, also won by Sonoma State on PKs, 4-2.

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“It was very emotional after the game and it is hard to believe that Bailey, Nathan Medina, Doug Carr, Scott Preckwinkle, Lafon, Wiedeman, Mike Duncan, Jones and Middlemiss put the SSU jersey on for the last time,” remarked Ziemer, “They will be missed..they’ve given their heart and soul to this program! These guys and their families will be missed but not forgotten!”

In one of the more remarkable games in Sonoma State soccer history, the Seawolves and Golden Eagles staged a 1-1 tie through 110 minutes of action, though that doesn’t even begin to tell the story.

“We have had great teams with a lot of talent the last couple of years but it is so difficult to get out of our region, let alone to the final four. It really makes me realize how special that 2002 season was!,” said Ziemer.

Trying to beat the Golden Eagles for the third time this season, the Seawolves were subdued by an impressive CSULA defense early on. Cal State L.A. outshot the Seawolves 10-3 in the first half and though the margin would be closer in the second (8-6), neither team was able to find net.

Ziemer concluded by saying, “Right now everyone is pretty devastated, but in a few weeks we will look back and realize what a great season it was. We ended up 182-4 and as anybody who saw us play can tell you, we did it with style. We broke several school records and played entertaining, attractive football. It has always been a goal of mine to play great soccer. I have to watch every game so I want to enjoy it!”

At the 88:24 mark of the game, Cal State L.A. struck. Awarded a penalty kick, Rufino Franco converted to give the Golden Eagles a 1-0 lead with just 96 seconds left in the game. Game over, right? The Seawolves hadn’t scored in nearly 89 minutes, so the odds had to have been stacked pretty high against them. Sure enough, however, freshman Cam Vickers came through just 24 seconds later, scoring off a double assist by Ross Middlemiss and Eric Lafon.

Said Ziemer, “Considering how banged up we were at the end of the season, it is remarkable that we won the conference and ended the season without a loss in our last 11 games. We lost Casey Dayton, Jeff Loesche, and Stuart Gallant to knee injuries, Jack Jones and Lafon for the conference tournament and Mark Wiedeman and Andrew Bailey were hobbled for the latter part.”

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SCORING: Franco (CSULA) 88:26, Vickers (SSU) 88:50. PENALTY KICKS: CSULA: Hummell (make), Gomez (make), Gaustad (make), Hewitt (make), Franco (make). SSU: Middlemiss (miss), Lafon (make), Hall (make), Preckwinkle (make), Wiedeman (make).

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Neither team could score in overtime, setting up another winner-take-all penalty kick shootout. Middlemiss was up first for the Seawolves, but the region’s best player missed his attempt, putting the Seawolves in a hole they couldn’t escape. Cal State L.A. nailed five consecutive penalty kicks to end it and set up a date with the Toros in round two.

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“We showed a lot of grit and character to come back after the penalty with less than two minutes left,” said head coach Marcus Ziemer, “Lafon said ‘put me back in coach’ in a voice that sounded like he was going to make something happen, so I quickly subbed him in and thirty seconds later he sent in a free kick which Ross headed to Cam who hit a wicked side volley for the goal. If there had been more time, we could have scored again because the momentum clearly shifted. CSULA did a good job regrouping for overtime. We came out on fire and had an early chance, but their keeper made a good save from a shot from Vickers and then it was back and forth after that. “

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PENALTY KICKS: CSUDH: Marinez (make), Holland (make), Gallaugher (make), Garcia (make), Turoldo (make), Perkins (miss). SSU: Middlemiss (make), Vickers (make), Hall (make), Preckwinkle (make), Wiedeman (make), Langwith (make), Furtado (make).

CARSON, Calif- And just like that, Sonoma State’s fairy tale season is over. Five days after winning the CCAA Championship on penalty kicks, the Seawolves were on the other end, falling to Cal State L.A. on penalty kicks, 5-4 at the NCAA West Regional in Carson. The result ends the sixth-ranked Seawolves’ season at 18-2-4. Cal State L.A. advances to meet Cal State Dominguez Hills on Saturday.

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SCORING: none.

CSULA WINS ON PK, 5-4 November 13, 2008 • Carson, Calif. NCAA WEST REGIONAL SEMI-FINAL

cont’d For the Seawolves and their nine seniors, the loss has to be devastating. They will, however, be able to look back on a season that saw them capture the CCAA Championship, rank as high as No. 2 in the country, and win 18 games.

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TEAM CSU Dominguez Hills Sonoma State

state l.a. 0 No. 6 SONOMA STATE 0

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Both teams will be selected for the NCAA West Regional, to be played next week. What is not official yet, is where that regional will be played. Cal State Dominguez Hills entered the CCAA Tournament as the No. 1 seed, but they tied twice this weekend. Sonoma State went 1-0-1. The Seawolves will find out if it’s enough to jump the Toros on Monday when the official details are released.

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Name Ross Middlemiss Eric Lafon Andrew Bailey Nathan Medina Cam Vickers Ben Langwith Davide Furtado Scott Preckwinkle Mark Wiedeman Alan Grady Taylor Jones Stuart Gallant Jack Jones Doug Carr Casey Dayton Cory Taufer Mike Duncan David Holleran Nicholas Lombardi Ryan Hall Jeff Loesche Brandon Dela Cruz Juan Sosa Brook Johnson Total Opponents

GP/GS 24/23 21/18 24/19 24/21 24/11 24/6 22/4 24/23 23/15 14/1 9/4 18/17 22/19 24/24 15/15 19/8 17/4 12/1 16/2 21/7 13/2 13/0 3/0 21/20 24/24 24/24

G 18 8 8 9 3 5 4 4 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 18

A 9 15 9 5 10 3 2 2 5 0 0 2 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 71 11

Pts 45 31 25 23 16 13 10 10 7 4 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 205 47

Sh Shot% 89 .202 35 .229 55 .145 66 .136 19 .158 28 .179 22 .182 12 .333 19 .053 11 .182 5 .400 8 .125 6 .000 13 .077 10 .000 5 .000 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 7 .000 5 .000 3 .000 0 .000 0 .000 422 .159 198 .091

SOG 42 21 21 25 9 15 8 5 8 5 3 4 3 2 4 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 182 82

Name GP/GS Min GA Avg Saves W-L-T Juan Sosa 1/0 35:03 0 0.00 0 0-0-0 Brook Johnson 21/21 1894:10 13 0.62 58 16-2-3 Taylor Jones 5/3 360:46 5 1.25 3 2-0-1 Team 3 Total 24/24 2289:59 18 0.71 64 18-2-4 Opponents 24/24 2289:59 67 2.63 115 2-18-4

GW 4 3 5 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 2

PK-A 3-4 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 0-0 3-5 2-2

ShO 0 11 0 0 11 2

CCAA-ONLY STATISTICS Name Ross Middlemiss Eric Lafon Andrew Bailey Ben Langwith Nathan Medina Davide Furtado Cam Vickers Mark Wiedeman Scott Preckwinkle Taylor Jones Jack Jones Alan Grady Stuart Gallant David Holleran Ebby Lombardi Mike Duncan Doug Carr Casey Dayton Jeff Loesche Ryan Hall Cory Taufer Brandon Dela Cruz Brook Johnson Total Opponents

GP/GS 14/14 12/11 14/10 14/5 14/12 13/2 14/9 13/6 14/14 7/3 13/13 9/0 12/11 8/0 7/1 9/0 14/14 9/9 9/2 13/3 9/4 6/0 12/11 14/14 14/14

G 10 5 5 5 4 4 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 9

A 5 10 4 3 5 2 7 5 1 0 4 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 5

Pts 25 20 14 13 13 10 9 7 5 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 132 23

Sh Shot% 56 .179 22 .227 35 .143 20 .250 36 .111 9 .444 10 .100 8 .125 6 .333 5 .400 4 .000 4 .250 6 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 7 .000 7 .000 5 .000 4 .000 3 .000 0 .000 0 .000 248 .165 108 .083

SOG 27 12 15 12 12 5 4 4 2 3 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 112 48

Name GP/GS Min GA Avg Saves W-L-T Brook Johnson 12/10 1057:01 5 0.43 34 10-1-1 Taylor Jones 3/2 245:00 4 1.47 3 1-0-1 Team 2 Total 14/14 1302:01 9 0.62 39 11-1-2 Opponents 14/14 1302:01 41 2.83 71 1-11-2

GW 2 2 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 1 ShO 8 0 0 8 1

TEAM STATISTICS Goals By Period Sonoma State Opponents

1st 26 7

2nd 38 10

OT 1 1

OT2 Total 2 - 67 0 - 18

Shots By Period Sonoma State Opponents

1st 197 88

2nd 188 102

OT 23 3

OT2 Total 14 - 422 5 - 198

Saves By Period Sonoma State Opponents

1st 26 52

2nd 35 53

OT 1 4

OT2 Total 2 - 64 6 - 115

Corners By Period Sonoma State Opponents

1st 75 40

2nd 72 34

OT 4 2

OT2 Total 7 - 158 4 - 80

Fouls By Period Sonoma State Opponents

1st 146 141

2nd 175 147

OT 8 8

OT2 Total 5 - 334 9 - 305

Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct Shots on goal-Attempts Shot on goal pct. Shots/Game Assists Corner Kicks Penalty Kicks Fouls Yellow cards Red cards Total Attendance Dates/Avg per date

SSU 67-422 2.79 .159 182-422 .431 17.6 71 158 3-5 334 42 2 3,258 11/296

OPP 18-198 0.75 .091 82-198 .414 8.2 11 80 2-2 305 39 2 2,081 9/231

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SOUTH DIVISION Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. Cal State San Bernardino UC San Diego Cal Poly Pomona

W 10 9 6 6 2

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CONFERENCE GAMES Pts Home 35 6-0-2 27 6-2-0 16 4-3-1 12 2-5-1 12 1-6-0 9 2-7-0 Pts 32 29 21 20 8

Home 6-0-0 6-0-0 3-1-2 2-2-2 1-3-2

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

vs. North 7-0-2 6-3-0 4-5-0 2-5-2 3-4-2 1-8-0

W 18 13 8 8 4 4

L 2 5 10 8 12 12

T 4 1 2 4 4 1

ALL GAMES Streak Home T2 10-0-2 T1 7-2-0 L2 5-3-2 L2 6-5-0 W1 2-8-1 W1 3-6-0

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

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

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

vs. South 5-1-2 5-2-1 3-2-3 3-4-1 0-8-1

W 21 13 7 10 4

L 2 5 10 6 11

T 4 4 3 2 3

Streak W5 L1 T1 W1 L3

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

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

Home 12-0-0 6-0-0 3-4-2 6-2-2 3-4-2

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT - LA JOLLA, Calif. Sonoma State 2, Cal State L.A. 1 CSU Dominguez Hills 1, Chico State 1 (CSUDH wins on PK, 5-3) Sonoma State 0, CSU Dominguez Hills 0 (SSU wins on PK, 6-5)

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Friday, November 7 Sunday, November 9

NCAA FAR WEST REGION TOURNAMENT - CARSON, Calif. Thursday, November 13 Saturday, November 15

Cal State L.A. 1, Sonoma State 1 (CSULA wins on PK, 5-4 CSU Dominguez Hills 3, Notre Dame de Namur 0 CSU Dominguez Hills 4, Cal State L.A. 0

CSU Dominguez Hills 2, Midwestern State 1

NCAA DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP - TAMPA, FLA. Friday, December 5 Sunday, December 7

2008 CCAA CHAMPIONS

CSU Dominguez Hills 3, Tampa 2 (ot) Dowling 2, Northern Kentucky 1 CSU Dominguez Hills 3, Dowling 0

CCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU______ 18 Kyle Holland, CSUDH___________ 13 NATHAN MEDINA, SSU________ 9 Zac Crim, CSUC________________ 9 ERIC LAFON, SSU_____________ 8 ANDREW BAILEY, SSU_________ 8 Greg Piechota, CSUDH_ _________ 8

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3.

ERIC LAFON, SSU____________ 15 CAM VICKERS, SSU___________ 10 ANDREW BAILEY, SSU_________ 9 ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU_______ 9 Scott Mariano, CSUDH_ _________ 9

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU______ 45 ERIC LAFON, SSU____________ 31 Kyle Holland, CSUDH___________ 30 ANDREW BAILEY, SSU________ 25 Zac Crim, CSUC_______________ 24

SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU______ 89 Kyle Holland, CSUDH___________ 69 NATHAN MEDINA, SSU_______ 66 Andrew Marinez, CSUDH_ ______ 58 Josh Suggs, HSU______________ 56

GAME-WINNING GOALS ROSS MIDDLEMISS

1. 4.

ANDREW BAILEY, SSU_________ 5 Zac Crim, CSUC________________ 5 Kyle Holland, CSUDH____________ 5 ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU_______ 4

GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

BROOK JOHNSON, SSU______ 0.62 Miguel Benitez, CSUDH_________ 0.78 Peter Akman, UCSD_ __________ 0.82 Michael Keohane, CSUC________ 0.83 Tobias Hummel, CSULA_ _______ 0.97

SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Drew Ryan, HSU_ ______________ Brendan Baca, CSUMB___________ Javier Rosales, CSUS_ ___________ Israel Cisneros, SFSU____________ Peter Akman, UCSD_ ___________

97 80 78 73 70

SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

BROOK JOHNSON, SSU________ 11 Peter Akman, UCSD_ ____________ 9 Michael Keohane, CSUC__________ 8 Miguel Benitez, CSUDH___________ 6 Arath DeLaRocha, CSUSB_________ 6

TEAM GOALS (PER GAME) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

SONOMA STATE____________ 2.79 Cal State Dominguez Hills_______ 2.11 Cal State San Bernardino________ 1.80 Chico State__________________ 1.74 Cal State L.A._________________ 1.45

TEAM GOALS ALLOWED

(PER GAME) 1. Cal State Dominguez Hills_______ 0.70 2. SONOMA STATE____________ 0.75 3. Cal State L.A._________________ 0.82 4. UC San Diego________________ 0.83 5. Chico State__________________ 0.89

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK 8/25-8/31 9/1-9/7 9/8-9/14 9/15-9/21 9/22-9/28 9/29-10/5 10/6-10/12 10/13-10/19 10/20-10/26 10/27-11/2

ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU Kyle Holland, CSUDH Obi Agwu, CSUSB Evan Armstrong, CSUC Jared Kukura, UCSD Kevin Gallaugher, CSUDH ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SSU ANDREW BAILEY, SSU Ruben Hansen, CSULA ERIC LAFON, SSU

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NORTH DIVISION SONOMA STATE Chico State San Francisco State Humboldt State Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Stanislaus

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HISTORY

INFORMATION

ALL-CCAA TEAM FIRST TEAM F: Kyle Holland, CSU Dominguez Hills F: ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE F: ANDREW BAILEY, SONOMA STATE MF: ERIC LAFON, SONOMA STATE MF: Zac Crim, Chico State MF: Kyle Crain, Chico State MF: NATHAN MEDINA, SONOMA STATE MF: Rufino Franco, Cal State L.A. D: Kevin Gallaugher, CSU Dominguez Hills D: DOUG CARR, SONOMA STATE D: Ruben Hansen, Cal State L.A. GK: Drew Ryan, Humboldt State SECOND TEAM F: Obi Agwu, CSU San Bernardino F: Kristian Gaustaud, Cal State L.A. F: Evan Armstrong, Chico State F: Tony Fernandez, UC San Diego MF: Matt Johnson, Cal State Stanislaus MF: Kyle Hewitt, Cal State L.A. MF: Kris Clark, CSU Dominguez Hills MF: Juan Pablo Murillo, CSU Monterey Bay D: Jared Kukura, UC San Diego D: Byron Salata, Chico State D: Anton Gunnarson, Cal State L.A. D: SCOTT PRECKWINKLE, SONOMA STATE GK: Peter Akman, UC San Diego HONORABLE MENTION F: Tyler Reinhart, Cal Poly Pomona F: Dylan Glass, San Francisco State MF: Miguel Alatore, CSU San Bernardino MF: Hector Quevedo, Cal Poly Pomona MF: Josh Suggs, Humboldt State MF: Rigo Cardenas, Cal Poly Pomona D: Alberto Garcia, CSU Dominguez Hills D: Carmelo Terranova, CSU Dominguez Hills GK: BROOK JOHNSON, SONOMA STATE Most Valuable Offensive Player ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE Most Valuable Defensive Player Kevin Gallaugher, CSU Dominguez Hills Freshman of the Year Andrew Ruiz, Cal State Stanislaus Newcomer of the Year CAM VICKERS, SONOMA STATE Coach of the Year Felipe Restrepo, Chico State

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NSCAA/adidas all-west region

NSCAA/adidas ALL-AMERICA*

FIRST TEAM F: Sam Charles, Montana State-Billings F: ANDREW BAILEY, SONOMA STATE F: Kyle Holland, CSU Dominguez Hills F: ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE MF: Rufino Franco, Cal State L.A. MF: ERIC LAFON, SONOMA STATE MF: Matt Pele, Western Washington D: DOUG CARR, SONOMA STATE D: Kevin Gallaugher, CSU Dominguez Hills D: SCOTT PRECKWINKLE, SONOMA STATE GK: Miguel Benitez, CSU Dominguez Hills

FIRST TEAM F: ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE MF: ERIC LAFON, SONOMA STATE D: DOUG CARR, SONOMA STATE D: Kevin Gallaugher, CSU Dominguez Hills

SECOND TEAM F: Kristian Gaustad, Cal State L.A. F: Cristobal Montes, Notre Dame de Nam. F: Samir Vejo, Western Washington MF: Kris Clark, CSU Dominguez Hills MF: Kyle Crain, Chico State MF: Zac Crim, Chico State MF: Ruben Hansen, Cal State L.A. D: Mickey Daly, Cal State L.A. D: Alberto Garcia, CSU Dominguez Hills D: Oswaldo Hernandez, Notre Dame de Nam. GK: Drew Ryan, Humboldt State

DAKTRONICS all-west region FIRST TEAM F: ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE F: Sam Charles, Montana State-Billings F: Cristobal Montes, Notre Dame de Nam. MF: Kyle Holland, CSU Dominguez Hills MF: Zac Crim, Chico State MF: NATHAN MEDINA, SONOMA STATE D: DOUG CARR, SONOMA STATE D: Kevin Gallaugher, CSU Dominguez Hills D: SCOTT PRECKWINKLE, SONOMA STATE D: Ruben Hansen, Cal State L.A. GK: BROOK JOHNSON, SONOMA STATE SECOND TEAM F: ANDREW BAILEY, SONOMA STATE F: Tony Fernandez, UC San Diego F: Samir Vejo, Western Washington F: ERIC LAFON, SONOMA STATE MF: Drew Geis, Hawaii-Hilo MF: Rufino Franco, Cal State L.A. MF: Jordan Demos, Grand Canyon D: Mickey Daly, Cal State L.A. D: Oswaldo Hernandez, Notre Dame de Nam. D: Rodolfo Collazo, Grand Canyon D: Jared Kukura, UC San Diego GK: Franco Carotenuto, Grand Canyon Player of the Year ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE

SECOND TEAM F: Kyle Holland, CSU Dominguez Hills MF: Matt Pele, Western Washington

DAKTRONICS all-america* FIRST TEAM MF: Kyle Holland, CSU Dominguez Hills D: Kevin Gallaugher, CSU Dominguez Hills SECOND TEAM D: DOUG CARR, SONOMA STATE THIRD TEAM F: ROSS MIDDLEMISS, SONOMA STATE HONORABLE MENTION F: Sam Charles, Montana State-Billings MF: Zac Crim, Chico State D: Ruben Hansen, Cal State L.A. D: SCOTT PRECKWINKLE, SONOMA STATE GK: BROOK JOHNSON, SONOMA STATE

ERIC LAFON


ALL-TIME HONORS FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Keith Jensen No Records Scott Hughes Brian Heakok Dave Schaffer Dan Bell Paul Huberty Tim Farrell Craig Ruggels Darren McAdams Shani Simpson Mike Jones Mike Gentile Hans Gratzer Ross Currie Ross Currie Eddie Breeden John Sayre Justin Diener Chris Daly Chris Daly Travis Ryan Tim Maycock Mike Kelley Cody Ericson Doug Carr Stuart Gallant Brook Johnson

2006 2007 2008

Andrew Bailey (1) Brett Cook (1) Nathan Medina (2) Andrew Bailey (1) Doug Carr (1) Scott Preckwinkle (1) Eric Larson (1) Brook Johnson (2) Nathan Medina (2) Doug Carr (1) Brook Johnson (1) Nathan Medina (1) Ross Middlemiss (1) Scott Preckwinkle (1) Andrew Bailey (2) Eric Lafon (2)

NCAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1991 1995 1996 1997

Andrew Ziemer Jeremy Sweet E. Miller-Bazemore Christopher Ziemer

NSCAA ALL-AMERICAN 1990 1991 1993 1995 2002 2006 2007 2008

Andrew Ziemer Andrew Ziemer Christopher Ziemer Eric Cunningham Randy Dedini Jeremy Sweet Ryan Smith Matt Bernard Andrew Bailey Brett Cook Andrew Bailey Doug Carr Eric Lafon Ross Middlemiss

DAKTRONICS ALL-AMERICAN 2006 2007 2008

Brett Cook Andrew Bailey Doug Carr Brook Johnson Ross Middlemiss Scott Preckwinkle

CCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2006 2007

Andrew Bailey Andrew Bailey

CCAA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008

Ross Middlemiss

2006 2007 2008

Andrew Bailey Andrew Bailey Ross Middlemiss

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT VIII 1998 2006 2007 2008

Christopher Ziemer Andrew Bailey Brett Cook Andrew Bailey Ross Middlemiss Ross Middlemiss Scott Preckwinkle

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 2006 2008

Brett Cook Ross Middlemiss

CCAA COACH OF THE YEAR 2002 2006 2007

Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer

NSCAA REGIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2002 2007

Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer

NSCAA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2002

Marcus Ziemer

NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1996 1997

E. Mil-Bazemore (9/16) Hans Gratzer (10/14) E. Mil-Bazemore (10/21) Joe Chiodo (10/6) Chris. Ziemer (11/3)

CCAA PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Joel Heffren (9/3) Brandon Boone (9/9) Clark Rupp (9/9) Andrew Bailey (10/24) Nathan Medina (10/9) Nathan Medina (10/16) Brett Cook (9/10) Andrew Bailey (9/17) Nathan Medina (9/25) Andrew Bailey (10/2) Nathan Medina (10/16) Ross Middlemiss (8/31) Ross Middlemis (10/12) Andrew Bailey (10/19) Eric Lafon (11/2)

INFORMATION

1983 ‘85-’87 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008

Thor Anderson Dave Kaufman Andrew Ziemer Chris Davini Andrew Ziemer Benjamin Ziemer Christopher Ziemer Eric Cunningham (1) Randy Dedini (2) Grayson Pauly (2) Eric Cunningham (1) Randy Dedini (1) Jeremy Sweet (1) Roman Ritz (2) E. Miller-Bazemore (2) Jeremy Sweet (1) Trevor White (2) E. Miller-Bazemore (1) Andrew Huff (1) Cary Knowlton (3) Christoph. Ziemer (1) Trevor White (2) Joe Chiodo (3) Christoph. Ziemer (2) Joel Heffren (2) Dominik Jakubek (1) Joel Heffren (2) Robert Juhler (2) Ryan Smith (1) Robert Juhler (1) Thomas Corwin (2) Matt Bernard (1) Ryan Smith (1) Brian Coyne (1) Brandon Boone (2) Matt Bernard (2) Chad Smith (2) Brian Coyne (1) Andrew Bailey (2) Michael Nathan (2) Brett Cook (1) Nathan Medina (1) Travis Ryan (2) Andrew Bailey (1) Brett Cook (1) Eric Larson (2) Andrew Bailey (1) Doug Carr (1) Brook Johnson (1) Nathan Medina (1) Eric Larson (2) Andrew Bailey (1) Doug Carr (1) Eric Lafon (1) Ross Middlemiss (1) Scott Preckwinkle (1)

HISTORY

HON. MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE

1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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2008 REVIEW

Carlos Perez Marcus Ziemer Mike Humphrey Robert Moulton Carlos Perez No Records Rick Barquero Nassau Seleck Chris Davini Christopher Ziemer Grayson Pauly Shane Watkins Roman Ritz Pat Uriz Juan Arias Eddie Breeden E. Miller-Bazemore Cary Knowlton John Kinnear Karey Starr Dennis Van Peppen Joel Heffren Javier Nuñez Robert Juhler Ryan Smith Tony Bussard Chad Smith Chris Daly Michael Nathan Travis Ryan Eric Larson Nathan Medina Mike Travis Brook Johnson Scott Preckwinkle Scott Preckwinkle

DAKTRONICS WEST REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SEAWOLVES

1983 1984 ‘85-’87 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

DAKTRONICS ALL-WEST REGION

COACHES

Yousef Bidaki Yousef Bidaki No Records Keith Farrell Steve Bryant Keith Farrell Dave Kaufman Andrew Ziemer Benjamin Ziemer Eric Cunningham Randy Dedini Eric Cunningham Randy Dedini Jeremy Sweet Juan Lojas Trevor White E. Miller-Bazemore Jeremy Sweet Andrew Huff Cary Knowlton E. Miller-Bazemore Trevor White Christopher Ziemer Joe Chiodo Christopher Ziemer Joel Heffren Joel Heffren Dominik Jakubek Robert Juhler Thomas Corwin Matt Bernard Ryan Smith Brian Coyne Brandon Boone Matt Bernard Andrew Bailey Brian Coyne Brett Cook Nathan Medina Andrew Bailey Brett Cook Andrew Bailey Doug Carr Eric Larson Nathan Medina Andrew Bailey Doug Carr Eric Lafon Nathan Medina Ross Middlemiss

NSCAA ALL-WEST REGION

INTRO

1983 1984 ‘85-’87 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE


YEARLY LEADERS 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Naasau Saleck________________6 Andrew Ziemer_ ____________14 Andrew Ziemer___________ 28 Shane Watkins_ ______________8 Jeremy Sweet_______________14 Juan Lojas__________________11 Jeremy Sweet_______________15 Ethan Miller-Bazemore________21 Christopher Ziemer_ __________8 Joel Heffren_ _______________10 Joel Heffren_ ________________8 Joel Heffren_ _______________11 John Sayre_ _________________7 Brandon Boone_ _____________7 Brandon Boone_ ____________11 Chad Smith_________________11 Andrew Bailey_ _____________13 Nathan Medina______________14 Andrew Bailey_ _____________13 Andrew Bailey_ _____________18 Ross Middlemiss_____________18

ASSISTS 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Chad Dowling_ ______________6 Christopher Ziemer_ _________12 Andrew Ziemer___________ 13 Shane Watkins_ ______________6 Roman Ritz_______________ 13 Eddie Breeden_ _____________10 Carl Edwards________________11 John Kinnear_ _______________7 Ryan Smith__________________7 Mike Gentile_________________6 Joel Heffren_ ________________8 Thomas Corwin_ _____________5 Joel Heffren_ _______________11 Thomas Corwin_ _____________6 Tony Bussard_______________12 Brandon Boone_ _____________4 Kai Edwards_ ________________4 Michael Nathan_ ____________12 Steven Browne_______________6 Brett Cook___________________5 Stuart Gallant________________5 Eric Lafon__________________12 Eric Lafon__________________15

POINTS 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

SEAWOLVES

Chad Dowling_ _____________14 Andrew Ziemer_ ____________45 Andrew Ziemer___________ 69 Shane Watkins_ _____________22 Jeremy Sweet_______________33 Juan Lojas__________________30 Jeremy Sweet_______________37 Ethan Miller-Bazemore________48 Joe Chiodo_________________19 Christopher Ziemer_ _________19 Joel Heffren_ _______________28 Joel Heffren_ _______________20 Joel Heffren_ _______________33 John Sayre_ ________________16 Tony Bussard_______________32 Chad Smith_________________24 Andrew Bailey_ _____________29 Nathan Medina______________31 Andrew Bailey_ _____________30 Andrew Bailey_ _____________42 Ross Middlemiss_____________45

SHOTS 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2008 REVIEW

HISTORY

INFORMATION

GOALS

Ethan Miller-Bazemore________68 Ethan Miller-Bazemore________75 Joe Chiodo_________________52 Joel Heffren_ _______________41 Joel Heffren_ _______________48 Joel Heffren_ _______________60 Brandon Boone_ ____________44 Tony Bussard_______________86 Chad Smith_________________72 Brian Coyne_ _______________60 Nathan Medina______________69 Nathan Medina______________49 Andrew Bailey____________ 93 Ross Middlemiss_____________89

INTRO

COACHES

GAME-WINNING GOALS

Brook Johnson

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1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Eric Cunningham_____________3 Jeremy Sweet_______________8 Mike Friesen_________________4 Jeremy Sweet________________5 Ethan Miller-Bazemore_________7 Christopher Ziemer_ __________5 Joel Heffren_ ________________3 Tony Bussard________________3 Joel Heffren_ ________________6 Brandon Boone_ _____________3 Tony Bussard________________5 Chad Smith__________________4 Andrew Bailey_ ______________5 Nathan Medina_______________6 Brett Cook___________________4 Andrew Bailey_ ______________7 Andrew Bailey_ ______________5

SAVES

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Dave Kaufman______________75 Dave Kaufman______________57 Randy Dedini_______________59 Randy Dedini_______________98 Mike Jones_________________91 Mike Jones______________ 133 Hans Gratzer________________86 Karey Starr_ ________________61 Nick Abbott_ _______________60 Javier Nu単ez________________76 Dominik Jacubek___________127 Matt Bernard_ ______________60 Matt Bernard_ ______________66 Matt Bernard_ ______________77 Clark Rupp_ ________________78 Clark Rupp_ _______________101 Clark Rupp_ ________________42 Brook Johnson______________68 Brook Johnson______________58

SHUTOUTS

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Dave Kaufman_______________8 Dave Kaufman______________12 Randy Dedini________________7 Randy Dedini_____________ 14 Mike Jones__________________3 Mike Jones__________________6 Hans Gratzer________________10 Karey Starr_ _________________2 Nick Abbott_ ________________2 Javier Nu単ez_________________2 Javier Nu単ez_________________5 Dominik Jakubek_____________7 Matt Bernard_ _______________5 Matt Bernard_ _______________5 Matt Bernard_ _______________5 Clark Rupp_ _________________8 Clark Rupp_ _________________7 Brook Johnson_______________3 Clark Rupp_ _________________3 Brook Johnson______________10 Brook Johnson______________11

School record in bold.


POST-SEASON HISTORY NCAA TOURNAMENT (10-4-3)

CCAA TOURNAMENT (5-6-1)

Opponent UC San Diego CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills Cal State Bakersfield CSU Dominguez Hills UC San Diego CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. CSU Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. CSU Dominguez Hills

Result W, 4-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-2 (pk) L, 2-4 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 (2ot) L, 1-2 (2ot) W, 2-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 T, 0-0 (w-pk)

Goals Bussard 2, Cox, D. Boone Cox -Coyne, Nathan Bailey, Coyne Larson (2), Seidel Morrow Bailey Bailey, Travis -Medina, Middlemiss --

Matt Bernard (D-MVP) Brandon Boone Tony Bussard (O-MVP) Ryan Smith

NCAA WEST REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2008

Sweet, Cunningham -Bussard (3) Maycock (2), Bussard Doran, Boone Coyne, Boone, Nathan, Bussard -Preckwinkle (2) Middlemiss Bailey, Medina Vickers

Cory Taufer

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2008

Brook Johnson (D-MVP) Ross Middlemiss (O-MVP) Nathan Medina Mike Duncan Davide Furtado

CORY TAUFER

POST-SEASON SCORING LEADERS ncAA TOURNAMENT GOALS (SINGLE GAME)

GOALS (SINGLE TOURNAMENT)

GOALS (SINGLE TOURNAMENT)

1. Tony Bussard (11/3/00)_ _______ 2 1. Andrew Ziemer (11/24/91)_ ____ 3 Eric Larson (11/4/05)_ _________ 2 Tony Bussard (11/16/02)_______ 3

1. Tony Bussard (2000)___________ 2 1. Andrew Ziemer (1991)_________ 6 Eric Larson (2005)_____________ 2

GOALS (ALL-TIME)

GOALS (ALL-TIME)

1. Andrew Ziemer_ _____________ 8 1. Four tied with________________ 2 *Bussard, Coyne, Larson, Bailey ASSISTS (SINGLE GAME)

ASSISTS (SINGLE GAME)

1. Many tied with_______________ 1

ASSISTS (SINGLE TOURNAMENT)

1. Many tied with_______________ 1

TONY BUSSARD

ASSISTS (ALL-TIME)

1. Three tied with_______________ 3

ASSISTS (SINGLE TOURNAMENT)

1. Andrew Ziemer (1991)_________ 6 2. Tony Bussard (2002)___________ 5 3. Many tied with_______________ 2

GOALS (ALL-TIME)

1. Andrew Ziemer_ _____________ 8 2. Tony Bussard_ _______________ 7

ASSISTS (SINGLE YEAR)

1. Four tied with________________ 2

ASSISTS (ALL-TIME)

1. Three tied with_______________ 3

1. Three tied with_______________ 3

ASSISTS (SINGLE TOURNAMENT)

1. Three tied with_______________ 3

1. Eric Larson__________________ 2 Andrew Bailey_ ______________ 2

overall GOALS (SINGLE YEAR)

INFORMATION

CCAA TOURNAMENT GOALS (SINGLE GAME)

HISTORY

Site Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. Petaluma, Calif. Carson, Calif. Turlock, Calif. Turlock, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif.

Goals

2008 REVIEW

Year 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2002

Result W, 3-2 (2ot) L, 0-1 W, 2-2 (pk) W, 3-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-5 W, 2-0 L, 0-4 W, 3-2 (2ot) W, 3-0 W, 2-1 (2ot) W, 4-3 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 T, 1-1 (w-pk) T, 2-2 (l-pk) T, 1-1 (l-pk)

SEAWOLVES

Opponent Cal State Bakersfield Seattle Pacific Oakland Missouri-St. Louis Cal Poly SLO Florida Tech Cal Poly SLO Seattle Pacific CSU Dominguez Hills Midwestern State Central Arkansas So. New Hampshire Seattle Pacific Seattle CSU Dominguez Hills Midwestern State Cal State L.A.

COACHES

Site Bakersfield, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Rochester, Mich. St. Louis, Miss. Melbourne, Fla. Melbourne, Fla. Rohnert Park, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Carson, Calif. Rohnert Park, Calif. Virginia Beach, Vir. Virginia Beach, Vir. Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. Wichita Falls, Tex. Carson, Calif.

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INTRO

Year 1990 1991 1993 2002 2005 2007 2008

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM


CAREER RECORDS GOALS

INTRO

COACHES

SEAWOLVES

2008 REVIEW

HISTORY

INFORMATION

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

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Andrew Bailey (2004-08)____________________ 52 Andrew Ziemer (1990-91)___________________ 42 Nathan Medina (2005-08)___________________ 39 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)_ ____________ 34 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)__________________ 33 Joel Heffren (1997-00)______________________ 29 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)_ _________________ 29 Tony Bussard (1999-02)_____________________ 28 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)___________ 24 Eddie Breeden (1994-95, 00)_________________ 23

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Eric Lafon (2005-08)________________________ 33 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)___________ 29 Joel Heffren (1997-00)______________________ 26 Andrew Ziemer (1990-91)___________________ 24 Andrew Bailey (2004-08)____________________ 22 Benjamin Ziemer (1990-91)__________________ 20 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)__________________ 19 Tony Bussard (1999-02)_____________________ 18 Michael Nathan (2002-04)___________________ 17 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)_ _________________ 17

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

Andrew Bailey (2004-08)___________________ 126 Andrew Ziemer (1990-91)__________________ 108 Nathan Medina (2005-08)___________________ 94 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)__________________ 85 Joel Heffren (1997-00)______________________ 84 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)_ ____________ 82 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)___________ 77 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)_ _________________ 75 Tony Bussard (1999-02)_____________________ 74 Eddie Breeden (1994-95, 00)_________________ 59 Eric Lafon (2005-08)________________________ 59

SHOTS (recorded since 1995) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Andrew Bailey (2004-08)___________________ 254 Nathan Medina (2005-08)__________________ 253 Tony Bussard (1999-02)____________________ 211 Joel Heffren (1997-00)_____________________ 154 Brian Coyne (2001-04)_____________________ 154 Tim Maycock (2002-05)____________________ 151 Brandon Boone (2001-03)__________________ 148 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)_ ___________ 143 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)_ ________________ 137 Chris Daly (2001-04)_ _____________________ 121

GW GOALS (recorded since 1992) 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 10.

Andrew Bailey (2004-08)____________________ 20 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)__________________ 13 Tony Bussard (1999-02)_____________________ 11 Joel Heffren (1997-00)______________________ 11 Nathan Medina (2005-08)___________________ 11 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)_ ____________ 10 Brandon Boone (2001-03)____________________ 7 Brian Coyne (2001-04)_______________________ 7 Tim Maycock (2002-05)______________________ 7 Shani Simpson (1992-93)_____________________ 6

MULTIPLE GOAL GAMES 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

Andrew Bailey (2004-08)____________________ 10 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-95)_ _____________ 7 Joel Heffren (1997-00)_______________________ 6 Nathan Medina (2005-08)____________________ 6 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)___________________ 5 Tony Bussard (1999-02)______________________ 4 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)_ __________________ 4 Juan Lojas (1994-95)_ _______________________ 3 Eddie Breeden (1994-95, 00)__________________ 3 Tim Maycock (2002-05)______________________ 3

SHUTOUTS 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Dave Kaufman (1989-91)____________________ 24 BROOK JOHNSON (2006-)_________________24 Randy Dedini (1992-93)_____________________ 21 Clark Rupp (2003-06)_______________________ 18 Matt Bernard (2001-03)_____________________ 15 Hans Gratzer (1994-96)_ ____________________ 10 Mike Jones (1994-95)________________________ 9 Javier Nu単ez (1998-99)_ _____________________ 7 Dominik Jakubek (2000)_ ____________________ 7 Steve Christensen (2001-02)__________________ 6

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

Dave Kaufman (1989-91)___________________ 231 Clark Rupp (2003-06)______________________ 225 Mike Jones (1994-95)______________________ 224 Matt Bernard (2001-03)____________________ 203 BROOK JOHNSON (2006-)_______________ 160 Randy Dedini (1992-93)____________________ 157 Dominik Jakubek (2000)_ __________________ 127 Hans Gratzer (1994-96)_ ___________________ 123 Javier Nu単ez (1998-99)_ ___________________ 112 Karey Starr (1995, 97)_______________________ 69

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (2yr, 1000 mins.)

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

Randy Dedini (1992-93)____________________0.75 Dave Kaufman (1989-91)___________________0.76 BROOK JOHNSON (2006-)_______________ 0.82 Clark Rupp (2003-06)______________________1.04 Hans Gratzer (1994-96)_ ___________________1.05 Matt Bernard (2001-03)____________________1.12 Karey Starr (1995, 97)______________________1.21 Javier Nu単ez (1998-99)_ ___________________1.27 Mike Jones (1994-95)______________________1.34 Nick Abbott (1997-98)_____________________1.72

MINUTES IN GOAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Matt Bernard (2001-03)___________________5,004 BROOK JOHNSON (2006-)______________ 4,960 Clark Rupp (2003-06)_____________________4,938 Randy Dedini (1992-93)___________________3,600 Dave Kaufman (1989-91)__________________3,555 Mike Jones (1994-95)_____________________3,225 Javier Nu単ez (1998-99)_ __________________2,556 Hans Gratzer (1994-96)_ __________________2,306 Dominik Jakubek (2000)_ _________________2,276 Karey Starr (1995, 97)_____________________1,412

TEAM RECORDS SEASON

Goals________________________________ 67 (2008) Assists_ ______________________________ 73 (2007) Points_______________________________ 205 (2008) Shots_______________________________ 489 (2007) Saves_______________________________ 140 (1995) Shutouts_ ____________________________ 14 (1993) Wins_________________________________ 20 (2002) Losses_ ______________________________ 16 (1986) Consecutive Wins_ _____________________ 17 (2007)

GAME

Goals_________________________________9 (twice) Shots_____________________________42 (10/13/92) Fewest Opp Shots___________________ 3 (five times) Margin of Victory_______________________ 9 (10/82)

GAME RECORDS* GOALS

Ross Middlemiss (10/10/08)_____________________ Andrew Ziemer (11/24/91)_ ____________________ Shane Watkins (9/7/92)________________________ Jeremy Sweet (9/21/93)________________________ Joel Heffren (10/26/99)_ _______________________ Eddie Breeden (10/6/00)_______________________ Tony Bussard (11/16/92)_ ______________________ Tim Maycock (8/29/04)_ _______________________ Nathan Medina (10/16/05)_ ____________________ Andrew Bailey (9/1/07)_ _______________________ Andrew Bailey (9/30/07)_ ______________________ Ross Middlemiss (8/28/08)______________________ Andrew Bailey (10/19/08)_ _____________________

ASSISTS

Roman Ritz (10/16/93)_________________________ Juan Lojas (11/2/94)___________________________ Ethan Miller-Bazemore (10/19/96)________________ Joel Heffren (10/6/00)_ ________________________ Mark Wiedeman (10/3/08)______________________ Nathan Medina (10/24/08)_ ____________________ Eric Lafon (10/31/08)__________________________

4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

SAVES

Dominik Jakubek (10/6/00)____________________ 22

QUICKEST GOAL TO START GAME

Andrew Bailey (10/20/04)_ ___________________ 0:13 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (10/22/95)______________ 0:18 Brian Coyne (11/1/03)_______________________ 0:33 Brian Coyne (9/22/04)_______________________ 0:42

OPP. QUICKEST GOAL TO START GAME Micah Kaplan (GCU, 8/28/05)__________________ 0:45 *In-depth game records go back to 1992.


single-season records GOALS

Andrew Ziemer (1991)______________________ 28 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)________________ 21 Andrew Bailey (2007)_______________________ 18 Ross Middlemiss (2008)_____________________ 18 Jeremy Sweet (1995)_______________________ 15 Andrew Ziemer (1990)______________________ 14 Jeremy Sweet (1993)_______________________ 14 Nathan Medina (2005)______________________ 14 Andrew Bailey (2004)______________________ 13 Andrew Bailey (2006)______________________ 13 Nathan Medina (2007)______________________ 13

Eric Lafon (2008)_ _________________________ 15 Andrew Ziemer (1991)______________________ 13 Roman Ritz (1993)_________________________ 13 Christopher Ziemer (1990)_ _________________ 12 Christopher Ziemer (1991)_ _________________ 12 Tony Bussard (2002)________________________ 12 Michael Nathan (2004)_ ____________________ 12 Eric Lafon (2007)_ _________________________ 12 Andrew Ziemer (1990)______________________ 11 Benjamin Ziemer (1990)_ ___________________ 11 Carl Edwards (1995)________________________ 11 Joel Heffren (2000)_ _______________________ 11

Andrew Ziemer (1991)______________________ 69 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)________________ 48 Ross Middlemiss (2008)_____________________ 45 Andrew Bailey (2007)_______________________ 42 Andrew Ziemer (1990)______________________ 39 Jeremy Sweet (1995)_______________________ 37 Jeremy Sweet (1993)_______________________ 33 Joel Heffren (2000)_ _______________________ 33 Christopher Ziemer (1990)_ _________________ 32 Tony Bussard (2002)________________________ 32

SHOTS (recorded since 1995)

Andrew Bailey (2007)_______________________ 93 Ross Middlemiss (2008)_____________________ 89 Tony Bussard (2002)________________________ 86 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)________________ 75 Chad Smith (2003)_________________________ 72 Nathan Medina (2005)______________________ 69 Nathan Medina (2007)______________________ 69 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1995)________________ 68 Jeremy Sweet (1995)_______________________ 67 Nathan Medina (2008)______________________ 66

Randy Dedini (1993)_ ______________________ 14 Dave Kaufman (1991)_ _____________________ 12 BROOK JOHNSON (2008)_________________11 Hans Gratzer (1996)________________________ 10 BROOK JOHNSON (2007)_________________10 Clark Rupp (2004)_ _________________________ 8 Randy Dedini (1992)_ _______________________ 7 Dominic Jakubek (2000)_ ____________________ 7 Clark Rupp (2005)_ _________________________ 7 Mike Jones (1996)__________________________ 6

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

Mike Jones (1995)________________________ 133 Dominik Jakubek (2000)_ __________________ 127 Clark Rupp (2005)_ _______________________ 101 Dave Kaufman (1989)_ _____________________ 99 Randy Dedini (1993)_ ______________________ 98 Mike Jones (1994)_________________________ 91 Hans Gratzer (1996)________________________ 86 Clark Rupp (2004)_ ________________________ 78 Matt Bernard (2003)________________________ 77 Javier Nu単ez (1999)________________________ 76

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BROOK JOHNSON (2008)_______________ 0.62 Randy Dedini (1993)_ _____________________0.65 Dave Kaufman (1991)_ ____________________0.70 BROOK JOHNSON (2007)_______________ 0.74 Dave Kaufman (1990)_ ____________________0.82 Randy Dedini (1992)_ _____________________0.88 Clark Rupp (2006)_ _______________________0.92 Dominik Jakubek (2000)_ __________________0.95 Hans Gratzer (1996)_______________________0.98 Matt Bernard (2002)_______________________0.99

GW GOALS (recorded since 1992) 1. 2. 4. 6.

Jeremy Sweet (1993)________________________ 8 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1995)_________________ 7 Andrew Bailey (2007)________________________ 7 Joel Heffren (2000)_ ________________________ 6 Nathan Medina (2005)_______________________ 6 Jeremy Sweet (1995)________________________ 5 Christopher Ziemer (1997)_ __________________ 5 Tony Bussard (2002)_________________________ 5 Andrew Bailey (2004)________________________ 5 Andrew Bailey (2008)________________________ 5

FRESHMAN ASSISTS 1. 2. 4. 5.

Christopher Ziemer (1990)_ ____________ 12 Eddie Breeden (1994)_ ________________ 10 CAM VICKERS (2008)________________ 10 Ryan Smith (1996)_____________________ 7 Shane Watkins (1992)_ _________________ 6

1. 2. 4.

Andrew Bailey (2006)__________________ 13 Juan Lojas (1994)_____________________ 11 Brandon Boone (2002)_________________ 11 Joel Heffren (1998)_ __________________ 10 Brian Coyne (2002)_ __________________ 10

SOPHOMORE GOALS

SOPHOMORE ASSISTS

1. 2. 5.

Christopher Ziemer (1991)_ ____________ 12 Shani Simpson (1993)__________________ 8 Juan Lojas (1994)______________________ 8 Joel Heffren (1998)_ ___________________ 8 Brian Coyne (2002)_ ___________________ 6 Steven Browne (2005)__________________ 6

JUNIOR GOALS 1. 2. 4. 5.

Andrew Bailey (2007)__________________ 18 Andrew Ziemer (1990)_________________ 14 Jeremy Sweet (1993)__________________ 14 Nathan Medina (2007)_________________ 13 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1995)___________ 11

JUNIOR ASSISTS 1. 2. 4.

Eric Lafon (2007)_ ____________________ 12 Andrew Ziemer (1990)_________________ 11 Benjamin Ziemer (1990)_ ______________ 11 Juan Lojas (1994)______________________ 8 Ross Middlemiss (2007)_________________ 8

SENIOR GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Andrew Ziemer (1991)_________________ 28 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)___________ 21 Ross Middlemiss (2008)________________ 18 Jeremy Sweet (1995)__________________ 15 Mike Friesen (1994)___________________ 11 Joel Heffren (2000)_ __________________ 11 Chad Smith (2003)____________________ 11

SENIOR ASSISTS 1. 2. 4.

ANDREW BAILEY

Eric Lafon (2008)_ ____________________ 15 Andrew Ziemer (1991)_________________ 13 Roman Ritz (1993)____________________ 13 Tony Bussard (2002)___________________ 12 Michael Nathan (2004)_ _______________ 12

INFORMATION

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10.

Nathan Medina (2005)_________________ 14 Andrew Bailey (2004)__________________ 13 Eddie Breeden (1994)_ _________________ 9 Shane Watkins (1992)_ _________________ 8 Brandon Boone (2001)__________________ 7

HISTORY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

SHUTOUTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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POINTS

Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)_________________ 5 Jeremy Sweet (1995)________________________ 4 Joel Heffren (1998)_ ________________________ 4 Andrew Bailey (2007)________________________ 4 Ross Middlemiss (2008)______________________ 4 Juan Lojas (1994)___________________________ 3 Andrew Bailey (2004)________________________ 3 Nathan Medina (2005)_______________________ 3 Andrew Bailey (2006)________________________ 3 Eleven tied with____________________________ 2

SEAWOLVES

1. 2. 4. 9.

1. 2. 5. 9.

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ASSISTS

MULTIPLE GOAL GAMES

FRESHMAN GOALS

INTRO

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9.

class RECORDS


2008 REVIEW

HISTORY

INFORMATION

1981

9/17 9/25 10/7 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29 10/31 11/4 11/7 11/11 11/13 11/18

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 9-7-2, 9-1-2 Stanford L Sacramento State L St. Mary’s L Pacific L Fresno State L College of Notre Dame* W Dominican* W UC Santa Cruz* W Cal Maritime* W Menlo* L Cogswell* W Cal State Stanislaus L College of Notre Dame* W Dominican* W UC Santa Cruz* T Cal Maritime* W Menlo* T Cogswell* W

1984

0-16 0-4 1-2 0-6 1-2 3-1 3-0 2-1 4-1 0-1 4-2 0-3 1-0 2-1 2-2 4-0 0-0 2-0

SEAWOLVES COACHES INTRO

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 6-11-2, 4-8-2 NCAC (6th) 9/2 at Humboldt State* L 9/3 vs. St. Mary’s# L 9/8 at Santa Clara L 9/16 Pacific W 9/19 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 9/21 at Sacramento State* L 9/23 UC Santa Cruz W 9/25 Cal State Hayward* L 9/29 Chico State* T 10/2 UC Davis* L 10/6 San Diego State L 10/7 Humboldt State* T 10/9 San Francisco State* L 10/14 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/16 Sacramento State* W 10/20 at Cal State Hayward* L 10/23 at Chico State* L 10/27 at UC Davis* W 11/3 at San Francisco State* L # game played in Arcata, CA

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 12-3-1, 10-0-0 9/9 UC Davis L 9/17 Pomona College T 9/18 Redlands W 9/21 Sacramento State L 9/26 St. Mary’s L 9/27 College of Notre Dame* W 9/31 Cogswell* W 10/2 Cal Maritime* W 10/10 Dominican* W 10/14 Cal State Stanislaus W 10/23 Menlo* W UC Santa Cruz* W College of Notre Dame* W Cogswell* W Cal Maritime* W UC Santa Cruz* W

1-4 1-1 6-0 1-3 1-2 1-0 1-0 5-0 8-0 1-0 3-1 3-0 9-0 3-1 5-1 4-2

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

9/19 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/30 10/7 10/10 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/24 11/4 11/7 11/8

9/1 9/5 9/7 9/15 9/16 9/17 9/20 9/24 9/28 10/1 10/4 10/8 10/12 10/14 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/26 10/30 11/2 11/5

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 4-14-4, 2-8-2 NCAC (6th) Sacramento State L Santa Clara L San Francisco T Oregon State L Grand Canyon L Fresno Pacific T St. Mary’s L Cal State Hayward* L Chico State* L UC Santa Cruz W Cal State Stanislaus* L San Francisco State* W UC Davis* T Humboldt State* L Humboldt State* L Cal State Hayward* L Chico State* L Cal State Stanislaus* L College of Notre Dame W San Francisco State* W UC Davis* T

9/9 9/17 9/19 9/21 9/23 9/27 10/1 10/5 10/8 10/12 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/23 10/26 10/29 11/2 11/5

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 4-10-4, 4-9-1 NCAC (7th) at Pacific L at Humboldt State* L St. Mary’s T Sacramento State* L at Cal State Hayward* L at Chico State* W at UC Davis* L Menlo T at San Francisco State* L Cal State Stanislaus* W at Sacramento State* L Cal State Hayward* L Chico State* W Pomona College T UC Davis* T Humboldt State* L San Francisco State* L at Cal State Stanislaus* W

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

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

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

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

1989

1986

Head Coach: Anatol Popovich 3-16, 0-12 NCAC (6th) 9/4 Cal Poly Pomona L 9/6 Dominican W 9/8 at St. Mary’s L 9/13 Sacramento State W 9/19 at Humboldt State* L 9/20 vs. Pacific (OR) # L 9/24 at Chico State* L 9/27 Cal State Stanislaus* L 10/1 at Cal State Hayward* L 10/4 UC Davis* L 10/8 at San Francisco State* L 10/10 So. California College W 10/12 Humboldt State* L 10/15 Chico State* L 10/22 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 10/25 Cal State Hayward* L 10/29 at UC Davis* L 11/4 at UC Santa Cruz L 11/8 San Francisco State* L # game played in Arcata, CA

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

1988

1985

Head Coach: Anatol Popovich 5-13-1, 3-6-1 NCAC (5th) 9/1 vs. Cal State Northridge# L 9/2 at Cal Poly Pomona L 9/3 vs. CSU Dominguez Hills# L 9/18 at Sacramento State L 9/21 vs. Pacific Lutheran% L 9/22 vs. Seattle% W 9/25 San Francisco State* W 9/28 Cal State Hayward* L 10/2 at Chico State* L 10/5 at Santa Clara L 10/9 at UC Davis* L 10/12 at San Francisco State* L 10/16 Sacramento State L 10/19 at Cal State Hayward* L 10/26 Chico State* W 10/31 Humboldt State* L 11/1 Humboldt State* T 11/6 UC Santa Cruz W 11/9 UC Davis* W # game played in Pomona, CA % game played in Arcata, CA

1990

1987

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 4-15-0, 2-10-0 NCAC (7th) 3 games (1 win, 2 losses) vs. Pacific (OR)# L vs. Lewis & Clark# W at Cal State Hayward* L Chico State* L at Cal State Stanislaus* L at San Francisco State* L UC Davis* L at Sacramento State L Cal State Hayward* L at Chico State* L Cal State Stanislaus* L UC Santa Cruz L San Francisco State* L at UC Davis* L Humboldt State* W Humboldt State* W

1982

1983

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

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

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 7-14-1, 5-9-0 NCAC Sacramento State L Westmont L 9/10 St. Mary’s L L CSU Dominguez Hills L UC Davis L Humboldt State L Humboldt State L Cal State Hayward L Chico State L W Cal State Stanislaus W College of Notre Dame W at Seattle Pacific T at Seattle W San Francisco State L UC Davis L Cal State Hayward L College of Notre Dame W San Francisco State W *another win and loss sometime in yr*

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

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud 18-4-1, 13-0-1 NCAC (1st) NCAC Champions San Francisco L Cal Poly Pomona W UC Irvine L Fresno Pacific W CSU Dominguez Hills L Seattle W UC Davis* W Humboldt State* W Humboldt State* W Cal State Hayward* W Chico State* W Cal State Stanislaus* W College of Notre Dame* W Sacramento State W San Francisco State* T UC Davis* W Cal State Hayward* W Chico State* W Cal State Stanislaus* W College of Notre Dame* W San Francisco State* W NCAA Tournament Cal State Bakersfield W at Seattle Pacific L

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

1991

9/7 9/8 9/11 9/15 9/17 9/24 9/28 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/26 10/27 10/30 11/2 11/5 11/9 11/16 11/24 11/?? 11/??

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 18-4-2, 12-1-1 NCAC (1st) NCAC Champions NCAA Runner-up Tampa L Florida Tech (2) T Sacramento State W Oregon State W Cal Poly Pomona W San Francisco State* W UC Davis* W San Jose State (1) L Cal State Hayward* W Chico State* (2) T Cal State Stanislaus* W College of Notre Dame* W San Francisco State* W UC Davis* L Humboldt State* W Humboldt State* W Cal State Hayward* W Chico State* W Cal State Stanislaus* W College of Notre Dame* W NCAA Tournament Oakland University (4) W Missouri-St. Louis W Cal Poly, SLO (2) W Florida Tech L

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


1992

1995

1993

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

1997

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

8/27 8/29 9/3 9/4 9/7 9/11 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/16 10/19 10/22 10/26 10/30

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 10-8-2, 7-6-1 CCAA (3rd North) at Fort Lewis College (2) T at Metro State L at Seattle Pacific L at Western Washington W UC Davis* L Cal State Stanislaus* W at San Francisco State* (2) T at Chico State* L Hawaii Pacific W CSU San Bernardino* W Cal Poly Pomona* L at CSU Dominguez Hills* W at Cal St Bakersfield* (1) W Cal State L.A.* L Grand Canyon* W at Humboldt State W Chico State* (2) L San Francisco State* W at Cal State Stanislaus* W at UC Davis* L

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

2000

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 15-6-3, 9-4-1 CCAA (1st North) 8/17 at BYU-Hawaii (1) W 8/19 at Hawaii Pacific W 8/21 at Hawaii Pacific (2) T 8/26 Seattle Pacific L 8/29 Humboldt State T 9/1 Missouri-St. Louis& W 9/3 Western Washington& W 9/6 at San Francisco State* W 9/9 UC Davis* (1) W 9/12 at Chico State* L 9/15 at Grand Canyon* (1) L 9/17 at UC San Diego* W 9/24 College of Notre Dame W 9/29 CSU San Bernardino* W 10/1 Cal Poly Pomona* W 10/6 at Cal State L.A.* W 10/8 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L 10/13 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/15 Cal State Bakersfield* W 10/21 San Francisco State* (2) T 10/25 at UC Davis* W 10/28 Chico State* L CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/3 vs. UC San Diego$ W 11/5 vs. CSU Dominguez Hills$ L & Cossack Classic (Rohnert Park)

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

2002

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 20-4-0, 11-3-0 CCAA (1st North) NCAA Division II Champions 8/30 Alliant University$ W 1-0 9/1 Western Washington$ W 2-1 9/7 Seattle Pacific W 3-1 9/11 UC Davis* W 1-0 9/14 at Chico State* W 3-2 9/17 at San Francisco State* W 2-0 9/20 at UC San Diego* W 1-0 9/23 at Grand Canyon* W 6-1 9/28 at Seattle University W 2-1 10/1 at Humboldt State W 1-0 10/4 Cal Poly Pomona* L 2-4 10/6 CSU San Bernardino* W 1-0 10/11 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L 0-2 10/13 at Cal State L.A.* W 2-0 10/18 Cal State Bakersfield* (2) L 3-4 10/20 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-2 10/26 at UC Davis* W 2-1 10/30 Chico State* (1) W 1-0 11/2 San Francisco State* W 3-0 CCAA Tournament (Rohnert Park, CA) 11/8 Cal State Bakersfield (2) L 2-2! NCAA Far West Regional (Carson, CA) 11/16 at CSU Dom. Hills (2) W 3-2 NCAA Quarterfinal (Rohnert Park, CA) 11/24 Midwestern State W 3-0 NCAA Championship (Virginia Beach) 12/6 vs. Central Arkansas (2) W 2-1 12/8 vs. So. New Hampshire W 4-3 & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park) $ game played in Petaluma, CA ! CSUB advances with 5-4 win on PK’s

INFORMATION

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

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 12-7-1, 12-2-0 NCAC (1st) NCAC Champions 9/6 at Seattle Pacific L 9/12 at Cal State Bakersfield L 9/16 at Coll. of Notre Dame* W 9/19 Cal Poly Pomona& L 9/21 Grand Canyon& (2) T 9/24 UC Davis* W 9/26 vs. Midwestern State@ L 9/28 vs. West Texas A&M@ L 10/1 San Francisco State* W 10/4 Cal State Hayward* W 10/7 at Chico State* W 10/11 at Humboldt State* W 10/15 at UC Davis* W 10/18 College of Notre Dame* W 10/22 at San Francisco St* (1) L 10/25 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/28 Chico State* (1) W 11/2 Humboldt State* W 11/5 at Cal State Hayward* L 11/8 Cal State Stanislaus* W & SSU/Lanzera Classic (Rohnert Park, CA) @ Midwestern Classic (Canyon, TX)

0-3

HISTORY

2-0 0-4

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

2008 REVIEW

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

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 13-5-2, 10-3-1 NCAC (1st) NCAC Champions 9/8 vs. Denver% (2) T 9/10 at Grand Canyon% L 9/13 Missouri-St. Louis W 9/15 Colorado- Mines W 9/20 Cal State L.A. W 9/22 Cal State Bakersfield L 9/25 at Coll. of Notre Dame* W 9/28 UC Davis* L 10/2 at San Francisco State* (1) L 10/5 at Cal State Hayward* W 10/11 Humboldt State* (1) W 10/13 Chico State* W 10/16 San Francisco State* W 10/19 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/24 at Chico State* W 10/26 at Humboldt State* L 10/30 Cal State Hayward* W 11/2 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 11/6 at UC Davis* W 11/9 College of Notre Dame* (2) T % game played in Phoenix, AZ

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

1999

1996

1994

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 10-6-3, 8-4-2 NCAC (T-2nd) 9/3 at CSU San Bernardino W 9/10 vs. Cal State L.A.^ L 9/11 at Cal State Bakersfield^ (2) T 9/17 Grand Canyon W 9/21 at Coll. of Notre Dame* W 9/24 San Francisco State* W 9/28 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/1 at Cal State Hayward* L 10/5 at Chico State* L 10/8 at Humboldt State* (1) L 10/13 Humboldt State* (1) L 10/15 Chico State* (1) W 10/19 Cal State Hayward* W 10/22 at Cal State Stanislaus* (2) T 10/26 College of Notre Dame* W 10/29 at UC Davis* (1) W 11/2 UC Davis* W 11/5 at San Francisco State* (2) T 11/10 at Santa Clara L ^ Roadrunner Classic (Bakersfield, CA)

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

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2001

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 12-7-1, 9-4-1 CCAA (T-1st North) 8/27 Humboldt State W 8/31 Vanguard University& W 9/2 Seattle University& (1) L 9/5 at UC Davis* (2) T 9/8 Chico State* (2) W 9/15 Grand Canyon* W 9/17 UC San Diego* W 9/20 at Seattle Pacific L 9/22 at Western Washington W 9/28 at CSU San Bernardino* W 9/30 at Cal Poly Pomona* (1) W 10/5 Cal State L.A.* W 10/7 CSU Dominguez Hills* L 10/12 at Cal State Stanislaus* (2) L 10/14 at Cal State Bakersfield* W 10/17 San Francisco State* L 10/20 UC Davis* L 10/23 at Chico State* W 10/27 at San Francisco State* W CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/2 at CSU Dominguez Hills L & Cossack Classic (Rohnert Park)

SEAWOLVES

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 17-3-2, 11-1-2 NCAC (1st) NCAC Champions 9/5 vs. Franklin Pierce% W 9/6 at Grand Canyon W 9/11 vs. Denver^ W 9/12 vs. Cal State L.A.^ W 9/17 CSU San Bernardino W 9/21 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 9/25 College of Notre Dame* W 9/28 San Francisco State* (1) W 10/2 at UC Davis* W 10/5 at Fresno State L 10/9 Cal State Hayward* W 10/13 at Chico State* W 10/16 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/19 at Coll. of Notre Dame* W 10/23 at San Francisco State* W 10/26 UC Davis* W 10/30 Humboldt State* (2) T 10/31 Humboldt State* W 11/3 at Cal State Hayward* (2) T 11/5 Chico State* L NCAA Tournament 11/14 Cal Poly, SLO# W 11/21 at Seattle Pacific# L % at Phoenix, AZ ^ Roadrunner Classic (Bakersfield, CA)

1998

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 8-9-2, 7-7-0 CCAA (T-2nd North) 8/28 Southern Colorado (1) L 9/1 Seattle Pacific (2) T 9/4 Regis University L 9/9 at UC Davis* L 9/12 at Cal State Stanislaus*! (2) T 9/16 San Francisco State* L 9/19 Chico State* L 9/20 Hawaii Pacific (1) W 9/26 Humboldt State W 9/30 at Chico State* L 10/3 at San Francisco State* W 10/7 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/10 UC Davis* W 10/16 at Cal State L.A.* L 10/18 at Grand Canyon* L 10/23 CSU Dominguez Hills* W 10/25 Cal State Bakersfield* W 10/30 at CSU San Bernardino* W 11/1 at Cal Poly Pomona* L ! game forfeited by Cal State Stanislaus

COACHES

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

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 14-5-1, 13-1-0 NCAC (1st) NCAC Champions 9/2 at Dowling College (2) T 9/3 at Franklin Pierce L 9/8 CSU San Bernardino W 9/11 at Cal State L.A. (1) L 9/15 vs. Seattle Pacific% (1) L 9/16 vs. Grand Canyon% L 9/20 College of Notre Dame* W 9/23 at UC Davis* W 9/27 San Francisco State* (1) W 9/30 Cal State Hayward* W 10/5 at Humboldt State* W 10/7 at Chico State* L 10/11 at San Francisco State* W 10/14 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/18 Chico State* W 10/22 Humboldt State* W 10/25 at Cal State Hayward* W 10/28 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/31 UC Davis* W 11/4 at Coll. of Notre Dame* W % at Chico, CA

INTRO

9/5 9/7 9/12 9/13 9/14 9/23 9/26 10/3 10/6 10/10 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/24 10/25 10/28 10/31 11/2 11/4 11/7

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 11-7-2, 10-3-1 NCAC (2nd) at Missouri-St. Louis L at NE Missouri State W Cal State Bakersfield (2) T Cal State L.A. L Grand Canyon L at San Francisco State* (2) T UC Davis* (1) L at Cal State Hayward* W Chico State* (1) W at Cal State Stanislaus* W College of Notre Dame* W San Francisco State* W at UC Davis* L at Humboldt State* W at Humboldt State* W Cal State Hayward* W at Chico State* L Seattle Pacific L Cal State Stanislaus* W at College of Notre Dame* W


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2005

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

2004

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 12-7-2, 8-5-1 CCAA (1st North) 8/29 Missouri-St. Louis W 9/4 Western Wash.& (2) W 9/6 Seattle Pacific& (2) T 9/9 at Simon Fraser W 9/12 at Seattle L 9/15 Chico State* W 9/18 at Cal State Stanislaus* (2) L 9/22 San Francisco State* (1) L 9/26 at CSU Monterey Bay* W 9/28 Grand Canyon W 10/1 at UC San Diego* (2) T 10/3 at CSU San Bernardino* W 10/8 Cal State L.A.* L 10/10 Cal State Bakersfield* L 10/15 at Cal Poly Pomona* (1) W 10/17 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L 10/20 CSU Monterey Bay*@ W 10/22 at San Francisco State* W 10/27 Cal State Stanislaus*@ W 10/30 at Chico State* W CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/5 at CSU Dominguez Hills L @ game played at in Petaluma & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

COACHES

SEAWOLVES

2008 REVIEW

HISTORY

INFORMATION

2003

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 9-9-2, 6-6-2 CCAA (3rd North) 8/29 Westmont College& W 8/31 Seattle University& L 9/6 Notre Dame de Namur W 9/10 at UC Davis* W 9/13 Chico State* L 9/16 San Francisco State* W 9/19 UC San Diego* W 9/21 Grand Canyon* L 9/26 at Western Washington L 9/27 at Seattle Pacific L 10/3 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 10/5 at CSU San Bernardino* (2) T 10/10 CSU Dominguez Hills* L 10/12 Cal State L.A.* (2) T 10/17 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 10/19 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/21 Humboldt State* W 10/25 UC Davis* L 10/28 at Chico State* W 11/1 at San Francisco State* W & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

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

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 12-9-2, 9-4-1 CCAA (1st North) CCAA Champions 8/26 vs. Dowling% (2) T 0-0 8/28 at Grand Canyon L 0-1 9/3 at Seattle Pacific L 0-2 9/5 at Western Washington W 2-1 9/9 Humboldt State& W 3-0 9/11 Seattle& L 1-2 9/17 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-0 9/20 San Francisco State* L 0-2 9/25 at CSU Monterey Bay* L 1-2^ 9/30 UC San Diego* L 0-1 10/2 CSU San Bernardino* W 2-0 10/7 at Cal State L.A. (1) W 1-0 10/9 at Cal St. Bakersfield* (2) W 2-1 10/12 at Chico State* W 3-1 10/14 Cal Poly Pomona* (2) T 1-1 10/16 CSU Dominguez Hills* W 6-0 10/19 CSU Monterey Bay* L 0-1 10/21 at San Francisco State* W 2-1 10/26 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 2-4 10/29 Chico State* W 2-0 CCAA Tournament (Turlock, CA) 11/4 vs. UC San Diego W 3-1 11/6 vs. CSU Dom. Hills (2) W 1-0 NCAA Far West Regional (Carson, CA) 11/12 vs. Seattle Pacific L 0-2 % game played in Phoenix, AZ & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

2006

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 14-6-1, 13-2-1 CCAA (1st North) 8/24 at Simon Fraser L 8/26 at Seattle L 9/2 Western Washington& W 9/4 Seattle Pacific& L 9/8 Cal State Bakersfield* W 9/10 Cal State L.A.* W 9/13 at Humboldt State* W 9/15 at San Francisco St.* (2) W 9/17 at CSU Monterey Bay* W 9/22 Chico State* W 9/24 Cal State Stanislaus* W 9/29 at UC San Diego* W 10/1 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L 10/4 Humboldt State* (2) W 10/6 CSU Monterey Bay* W 10/8 San Francisco State* L 10/13 CSU San Bernardino* W 10/15 Cal Poly Pomona* (1) W 10/20 at Cal St. Stanislaus* (2) T 10/22 at Chico State* (2) W CCAA Tournament (La Jolla, CA) 10/27 vs. CSU Dom. Hills (2) L & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

0-1 0-3 3-1 0-3 1-0 1-0 3-1 1-0 6-2 1-0 2-0 2-1 0-5 1-0 9-1 1-2 3-0 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-2

2007

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 19-3-3, 14-0-0 CCAA (1st North) 8/24 Grand Canyon% (2) T 0-0 8/26 Seattle% L 1-2 9/1 at Western Washington W 3-1 9/3 at Seattle Pacific L 1-2 9/7 at Cal State L.A.* W 4-2 9/14 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-0 9/16 Chico State* W 2-0 9/21 at San Francisco State* W 3-2 9/23 at CSU Monterey Bay* W 2-0 9/28 at Cal Poly Pomona* W 2-1 9/30 at CSU San Bernardino* W 4-0 10/2 Holy Names W 3-2 10/5 CSU Dominguez Hills* W 2-0 10/7 UC San Diego* W 2-1 10/12 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 2-1 10/14 at Chico State* W 4-1 10/19 CSU Monterey Bay*@ W 4-2 10/21 San Francisco State* W 3-0 10/24 Notre Dame de Namur* W 5-0 10/28 at Humboldt State* W 5-0 CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/2 vs. Cal State L.A. W 2-0 11/4 at CSU Dominguez Hills L 0-1 NCAA Far West Regional (Carson, CA) 11/9 at Seattle W 2-0 11/11 at CSU Dominguez Hills (2) T 1-1^ NCAA Quarterfinal (Wichita Falls, TX) 11/17 at Midwestern State (2) T 2-2! & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park) @ game played in Petaluma ^ SSU advances on penalty kicks ! SSU loses on penalty kicks

2008

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer 18-2-4, 11-1-2 CCAA (1st North) 8/28 at BYU-Hawaii W 5-0 8/30 vs. Chaminade W 6-1 9/1 at Hawaii Pacific (2) W 3-2 9/5 Seattle Pacific& W 4-1 9/7 Western Washington& W 2-0 9/12 at Notre Dame de Namur (1) L 1-2 9/14 at Cal State Stanislaus* (1) W 3-2 9/19 San Francisco State* W 2-1 9/21 CSU Monterey Bay* (2) T 2-2 9/24 Humboldt State* (2) T 2-2 9/28 Cal State L.A.* W 2-0 10/3 at UC San Diego* W 4-0 10/5 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L 0-1 10/10 CSU San Bernardino* W 5-0 10/12 Cal Poly Pomona* W 1-0 10/19 at Humboldt State* W 5-0 10/21 Fresno Pacific (2) W 2-1 10/24 at CSU Monterey Bay* W 6-0 10/26 at San Francisco State* W 2-1 10/31 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-0 11/2 Chico State*@ W 4-0 CCAA Tournament (La Jolla, CA) 11/7 vs. Cal State L.A. W 2-1 11/9 vs. CSU Dominguez Hills (2) T 0-0^ NCAA Far West Regional (Carson, CA) 11/13 vs. Cal State L.A. (2) T 1-1! & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park) @ game played in Santa Rosa ^ SSU wins on penalty kicks ! SSU loses on penalty kicks

Opponent First Meeting Alliant 2002 BYU-Hawaii 2000 Cal Maritime 1981 Cal Poly Pomona 1985 Cal Poly SLO 1991 Cal State Bakersfield 1990 Cal State Dominguez Hills 1985 Cal State East Bay 1983 Cal State L.A. 1992 Cal State Monterey Bay 2004 Cal State Northridge 1985 Cal State San Bernardino 1993 Cal State Stanislaus 1981 Central Arkansas 2002 Chaminade 2008 Chico State 1983 Cogswell 1981 Colorado School of Mines 1996 Colorado State-Pueblo 1998 Denver 1993 Dominican 1981 Dowling 1995 Florida Tech 1991 Fort Lewis 1999 Franklin Pierce 1993 Fresno Pacific 1988 Fresno State 1981 Grand Canyon 1988 Hawaii Pacific 1998 Holy Names 2007 Humboldt State 1983 Lewis & Clark 1987 Menlo 1981 Metro State 1999 Midwestern State 1997 Missouri-St. Louis 1991 NE Missouri State 1992 Notre Dame de Namur 1981 Oakland 1991 Oregon State 1988 Pacific (CA) 1981 Pacific (OR) 1986 Pacific Lutheran 1985 Pomona College 1982 Redlands 1982 Regis 1998 Sacramento State 1981 Saint Mary’s (CA) 1981 San Francisco 1988 San Francisco State 1983 San Diego State 1984 San Jose State 1991 Santa Clara 1984 Seattle 1985 Seattle Pacific 1990 Simon Fraser 2004 Southern New Hampshire 2002 Stanford 1981 Tampa 1991 UC Davis 1982 UC Irvine 1990 UC San Diego 2000 UC Santa Cruz 1981 Vanguard 1986 West Texas A&M 1997 Western Washington 1999 Westmont 1989

Last 2002 2008 1982 2008 1993 2006 2008 1997 2008 2008 1985 2008 2008 2002 2008 2008 1982 1996 1998 1996 1986 2005 1991 1999 1995 2008 1993 2007 2008 2007 2008 1987 1983 1999 2007 2004 1992 2008 1991 1991 1984 1987 1985 1983 1982 1998 1991 1989 1990 2008 1984 1991 1994 2007 2008 2006 2002 1981 1991 2003 1990 2008 1988 2001 1997 2008 2003

Record 1-0-0 2-0-0 4-0-0 8-7-1 2-0-0 7-6-2 6-15-2 13-16-1 11-6-2 7-2-1 0-1-0 13-0-1 34-10-3 1-0-0 1-0-0 28-20-2 4-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 4-0-0 0-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-1 1-1-0 2-0-1 0-2-0 6-7-2 4-0-1 1-0-0 24-13-5 1-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-0 1-1-1 4-1-0 1-0-0 25-1-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-2 1-0-0 0-1-0 4-10-0 0-6-1 0-1-1 30-17-5 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-4-0 5-5-1 2-13-3 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 20-19-4 0-1-0 9-1-1 6-2-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 9-1-0 1-1-0

Pct. Streak 1.000 W1 1.000 W2 1.000 W4 .531 W3 .464 W2 .533 W2 .304 T1 .450 L1 .632 T1 .750 W1 .000 L1 .964 W5 .755 W4 1.000 W1 1.000 W1 .580 W10 1.000 W4 1.000 W1 .000 L1 .750 T1 1.000 W4 .500 T2 .250 L1 .000 T1 .500 L1 .833 W2 .000 L2 .467 T1 .900 W1 1.000 W1 .631 W1 1.000 W1 .500 T1 .000 L1 .500 T1 .800 W3 1.000 W1 .944 L1 1.000 W1 .500 W1 .333 W1 .000 L2 .000 L1 .500 T2 1.000 W1 .000 L1 .286 W2 .071 L4 .250 L1 .625 W4 .000 L1 .000 L1 .000 L4 .500 W1 .194 W1 .500 L1 1.000 W1 .000 L1 .000 L1 .512 L1 .000 L1 .864 W4 .722 W1 1.000 W2 .000 L1 .900 W5 .500 W1

All-Time Record: 316-214-51

COACHING RECORDS Name Tenure Record Conf. Peter Reynaud 1981-84, 87-90 64-78-15 49-45-8 Anatol Popovich 1985-86 8-29-1 3-18-1 Marcus Ziemer 1991-current 244-107-35 180-57-17 All-Time Record 1981-08 316-214-51 232-120-26

STUART GALLANT


ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS 1983 NCAC

1984 NCAC

1985 NCAC

Cal State Hayward Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Humboldt State UC Davis SONOMA STATE San Francisco State

1989 NCAC

Cal State Hayward Chico State Humboldt State UC Davis San Francisco State SONOMA STATE Cal State Stanislaus Notre Dame

SONOMA STATE UC Davis Cal State Stanislaus Humboldt State Chico State San Francisco State Notre Dame Cal State Hayward

W 8 6 5 3 3 3

L 2 3 4 6 6 7

T 0 1 1 1 1 0

W L 10 1 10 2 9 2 4 7 4 8 3 8 0 12

T 1 0 1 1 0 1 0

W L 10 1 8 2 6 5 4 8 4 8 4 8 2 10

T 1 2 1 0 0 0 0

W L 9 2 7 3 7 4 6 5 5 4 2 8 1 11

T 1 1 0 1 3 2 0

W L 12 2 10 3 10 4 9 4 6 8 5 9 3 11 0 14

T 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

1991 NCAC

1992 NCAC

Chico State SONOMA STATE UC Davis San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Humboldt State Notre Dame Cal State Hayward

1993 NCAC

SONOMA STATE UC Davis Chico State Humboldt State Cal State Stanislaus San Francisco State Cal State Hayward Notre Dame

1994 NCAC

Humboldt State SONOMA STATE Cal State Hayward Chico State UC Davis San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Notre Dame

1995 NCAC

SONOMA STATE Chico State UC Davis Humboldt State San Francisco State Cal State Hayward Cal State Stanislaus Notre Dame

SONOMA STATE Humboldt State Chico State UC Davis Cal State Hayward Notre Dame San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus

W L 12 1 11 2 9 4 7 6 5 6 3 9 2 11 2 12

T 1 1 2 1 3 2 1 0

SONOMA STATE Chico State UC Davis San Francisco State Humboldt State Cal State Hayward Notre Dame Cal State Stanislaus

W L 12 1 10 3 9 4 7 5 8 6 5 8 1 13 1 13

T 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0

W L 11 1 11 3 9 5 6 6 7 7 6 7 2 11 1 13

T 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0

W L 11 2 8 4 9 5 8 6 6 6 6 6 4 9 0 14

T 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 0

W L 13 1 8 4 8 6 7 6 7 7 3 9 4 10 3 10

T 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1

W L 10 3 8 5 8 5 7 5 7 5 5 8 4 9 2 11

T 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1

W L 12 2 9 5 8 6 8 6 7 7 5 7 3 9 1 11

T 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2

North Chico State SONOMA STATE UC Davis San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus

W L 11 3 7 7 7 7 5 8 4 10

T 0 0 0 1 1

South Cal Poly Pomona Grand Canyon^ Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Bakersfield Cal State L.A. Cal State San Bernardino

W L 11 3 10 4 10 4 6 7 5 9 4 10

T 1 1 1 2 1 1

W L 12 0 8 5 7 6 3 10 1 12

T 2 1 1 1 1

South W L Grand Canyon 12 3 Cal State Dominguez Hills^ 9 6 Cal Poly Pomona 8 6 Cal State Bakersfield 7 7 Cal State San Bernardino 5 9 Cal State L.A. 3 11

T 0 0 1 1 1 1

1997 NCAC

1998 CCAA

1999 CCAA

North UC Davis Chico State SONOMA STATE Cal State Stanislaus San Francisco State

2000 CCAA

North SONOMA STATE UC Davis Chico State San Francisco State

North UC Davis SONOMA STATE San Francisco State Chico State

L 4 4 7 9

T 1 1 1 0

Central W L Cal State Dominguez Hills^ 12 1 Cal State Bakersfield 9 5 Cal State L.A. 4 10 Cal State Stanislaus 3 11

T 1 0 0 0

South W L T Grand Canyon 11 3 0 UC San Diego 6 7 1 Cal State San Bernardino 4 9 1 Cal Poly Pomona 3 11 0

2002 CCAA

North SONOMA STATE UC Davis Chico State San Francisco State

W L 11 3 9 5 5 9 4 10

T 0 0 0 0

Central W L Cal State Dominguez Hills^ 13 1 Cal State Bakersfield 12 2 Cal State L.A. 3 11 Cal State Stanislaus 3 11

T 0 0 0 0

South W L T UC San Diego 9 5 0 Cal Poly Pomona 7 6 1 Cal State San Bernardino 5 8 1 Grand Canyon 2 12 0

2003 CCAA

W 9 7 7 5

L 4 5 7 8

T 1 2 0 1

Central W L Cal State Dominguez Hills^ 14 0 Cal State Bakersfield 8 4 Cal State L.A. 3 11 Cal State Stanislaus 1 12

T 0 2 1 1

South W L T UC San Diego 9 3 2 Grand Canyon 9 4 1 Cal Poly Pomona 5 6 3 Cal State San Bernardino 0 13 1

W 9 9 6 5

North Chico State^ UC Davis SONOMA STATE San Francisco State

W L 10 3 8 4 6 6 2 10

T 1 2 2 2

Central Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Bakersfield Cal State L.A. Cal State Stanislaus

W L 11 1 7 5 4 7 2 11

T 2 2 3 1

South W L T Cal State San Bernardino 8 5 1 UC San Diego 8 5 1 Cal Poly Pomona 6 7 1 Grand Canyon 3 11 0

2004 CCAA

North SONOMA STATE Chico State San Francisco State Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Stanislaus

W L 8 5 4 6 5 8 5 8 3 10

T 1 4 1 1 1

South Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Bakersfield^ UC San Diego Cal State L.A. Cal Poly Pomona Cal State San Bernardino

W L 12 0 10 2 8 4 7 6 5 8 2 12

T 2 2 2 1 1 0

North SONOMA STATE^ Cal State Stanislaus San Francisco State Chico State Cal State Monterey Bay

W 9 6 6 5 4

L 4 6 7 8 9

T 1 2 1 1 1

South Cal State Dominguez Hills UC San Diego Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Bakersfield Cal State L.A. Cal Poly Pomona

W 9 8 7 7 6 4

L 3 4 6 7 8 9

T 2 2 1 0 0 1

W L 13 2 9 5 8 7 7 6 4 8 1 14

T 1 2 1 3 4 1

South W L Cal State L.A. 10 6 Cal State Bakersfield 9 5 Cal State Dominguez Hills^ 9 6 Cal Poly Pomona 6 7 UC San Diego 5 9 Cal State San Bernardino 4 10

T 0 2 1 3 2 2

2006 CCAA

North SONOMA STATE Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Humboldt State San Francisco State Cal State Monterey Bay

2007 CCAA

North SONOMA STATE Cal State Monterey Bay Chico State San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Humboldt State

W L 14 0 6 5 5 9 4 9 3 8 3 10

T 0 3 0 1 3 1

South W L Cal State Dominguez Hills^ 12 2 Cal State L.A. 9 3 Cal Poly Pomona 5 5 UC San Diego 4 6 Cal State San Bernardino 2 10

T 0 2 3 3 2

2008 CCAA

North SONOMA STATE^ Chico State San Francisco State Humboldt State Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Stanislaus

W L 11 1 9 5 5 8 3 8 3 8 3 11

T 2 0 1 3 3 0

South Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. Cal State San Bernardino UC San Diego Cal Poly Pomona

W L 10 2 9 3 6 5 6 6 2 10

T 2 2 3 2 2

INFORMATION

1988 NCAC

T 1 1 1 1 2 2 0

T 1 4 2 1 1 1 0 0

HISTORY

1987 NCAC

Cal State Hayward UC Davis Humboldt State Cal State Stanislaus San Francisco State SONOMA STATE Chico State

W L 9 2 8 3 7 4 6 5 4 6 2 8 2 12

W L 13 0 7 3 8 4 7 6 6 7 5 8 5 9 0 14

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1986 NCAC

Chico State UC Davis Cal State Hayward Humboldt State Cal State Stanislaus San Francisco State SONOMA STATE

SONOMA STATE San Francisco State UC Davis Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Cal State Hayward Humboldt State Notre Dame

2005 CCAA

SEAWOLVES

Chico State UC Davis Cal State Hayward Humboldt State SONOMA STATE San Francisco State

T 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 0

2001 CCAA

COACHES

Cal State Hayward Chico State UC Davis San Francisco State Humboldt State SONOMA STATE Sacramento State

W L 11 1 9 3 7 5 7 6 6 6 6 8 4 9 1 13

1996 NCAC

INTRO

Cal State Hayward UC Davis Humboldt State Sacramento State San Francisco State Chico State SONOMA STATE Cal State Stanislaus

1990 NCAC


NCAA CHAMPIONS

INTRO

COACHES

SEAWOLVES

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HISTORY

INFORMATION

PROGRAM HISTORY

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Year 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

Coach Overall Conf. Place Peter Reynaud 9-7-2 9-1-2 1st Peter Reynaud 12-3-1 10-0-0 1st Peter Reynaud 4-10-4 4-9-1 7th Peter Reynaud 6-11-2 4-8-2 6th Anatol Popovich 5-13-1 3-6-1 5th Anatol Popovich 3-16-0 0-12-0 7th ANATOL POPOVICH (2 years): 8-29-1, 3-18-1 Peter Reynaud 4-15-0 2-10-0 7th Peter Reynaud 4-14-4 2-8-2 6th Peter Reynaud 7-14-1 5-9-0 6th Peter Reynaud 18-4-1 13-0-1 1st PETER REYNAUD (8 years): 64-78-15, 49-45-8 Marcus Ziemer 18-4-1 12-1-1 1st Marcus Ziemer 11-7-2 10-3-1 2nd Marcus Ziemer 17-3-2 11-1-2 1st Marcus Ziemer 10-6-3 8-4-2 t-2nd Marcus Ziemer 14-5-1 13-1-0 1st Marcus Ziemer 13-5-2 10-3-1 1st Marcus Ziemer 12-7-1 12-2-0 1st Marcus Ziemer 8-9-2 7-7-0 t-2nd (n) Marcus Ziemer 10-8-2 7-6-1 3rd (n) Marcus Ziemer 15-6-3 9-4-1 1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 12-7-1 9-4-1 t-1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 20-4-0 11-3-0 1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 9-9-2 6-6-2 3rd (n) Marcus Ziemer 12-7-2 8-5-1 1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 12-9-2 9-4-1 1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 14-6-1 13-2-1 1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 19-3-3 14-0-0 1st (n) Marcus Ziemer 18-2-4 11-1-2 1st (n) MARCUS ZIEMER (18 years): 244-107-35, 180-57-17

2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS

Postseason

NCAA Second Round NCAA Division II Runner-Up NCAA Second Round

CCAA Tourn. CCAA Tourn. CCAA Tourn.; NCAA Division II Champions CCAA Tourn. CCAA Tourn. Champions; NCAA First Round CCAA Tourn. CCAA Tourn.; NCAA Quarterfinals CCAA Tourn. Champions, NCAA First Round

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

Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific So. Connecticut State Florida Tech So. New Hampshire So. Connecticut State Florida Tech So. Connecticut State Seattle Pacific Tampa So. Connecticut State Grand Canyon Cal State Bakersfield So. Connecticut State So. Connecticut State Cal State Dominguez Hills Tampa SONOMA STATE Lynn Seattle Fort Lewis Dowling Franklin Pierce Cal State Dominguez Hills

west region CHAMPIONS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific Cal State Northridge Cal State East Bay Seattle Pacific SONOMA STATE Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific Cal State Bakersfield Grand Canyon Cal State Bakersfield Seattle Pacific UC Davis Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills SONOMA STATE Chico State Seattle Cal State Dominguez Hills Seattle SONOMA STATE Cal State Dominguez Hills

CCAA CHAMPIONS 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Grand Canyon Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills Chico State Cal State Bakersfield SONOMA STATE Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills SONOMA STATE


ALL-TIME ROSTER

HISTORY INFORMATION

^ All-American

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Sallee, Victor_________________1982-83 Sanders, Lee_________________1996-97 Sayre, John_________________ 1999, 01 Schou, Kurt_ ________________1988-89 Seidel, David_ _______________2004-07 Shaffer, Dave_ _________________ 1988 Shennen, Rick_ ______________1983-86 Simpson, Shani_ _____________1992-93 Skuratovsky, Eddie____________1996-98 Sleezer, Patrick_________________ 1987 Smith, Ari___________________1993-94 Smith, Chad___________________ 2002 Smith, Ryan_________________1996-97 Smith, Ryan^________________1999-02 Somers, James_________________ 1983 Sosa, Juan_ _________________2007-08 Spang, Steaven_ _______________ 1999 Starr, Kary__________________ 1995, 97 Sterling, Josh________________1993-96 Stowe, Mike_________________1982-83 Stutz, Scott____________________ 1989 Sweet, Jeremy^___________ 1991-93, 95 Taufer, Cory_ __________________ 2008 Theobold, Michael______________ 1981 Torres, Rudy___________________ 1982 Travis, Mike___________ 2003-04, 06-07 Tskaris, Tiki____________________ 1991 Uriz, Pat____________________1993-94 Urzua, Jesse_________________1992-93 Van den Bosch, Shannon_________ 2003 Van Peppen, Dennis_____________ 1997 Van Siclen, Charles______________ 1982 Vickers, Cam___________________ 2008 Villarreal, Emilio_ _____________1984-86 Vitale, Salvador_________________ 1988 Volz, Rich___________________1982-84 Wall, Mark_ ___________________ 1983 Watkins, Shane_________________ 1992 Westley, Ken_________________1984-86 Whalen, Drew_ ______________2002-03 White, Trevor_____________ 1994-95, 97 Wiedeman, Mark_____________2005-08 Wilkins, Darrell_________________ 1992 Williams, Joe_ _______________1986-87 Woodard, Brock______________1994-96 Woods, Timothy________________ 1981 York, Mike_ _________________1983-86 Ziemer, Andrew^^_ __________1990-91 Ziemer, Benjamin_____________1990-91 Ziemer, Christopher^____ 1990-91, 97-98 Ziemer, Marcus_ __________ 1983, 1985 Zoller, Whitney_________________ 1998

SEAWOLVES

Loesche, Jeff_ _______________2006-08 Lojas, Juan__________________1994-95 Lombardi, Ebby________________ 2008 Lopes, Shane________________1984-86 Mack, John__________________1998-99 Malm, Brendan______________1995-96 Manes, Edward_ _______________ 1987 Marales, Herbert_ ____________1986-87 Marchus, Bryan_ _____________1990-91 Maresca, Perry_______________1990-93 Maresca, Steve_______________1990-91 Margolies, Michael____________1986-87 Mastin, Michael______________1994-95 Maxey, James________________1990-91 Maycock, Tim________________2002-05 McAdams, Darren_ ___________1992-93 Meagher, Mike_______________1988-89 Medina, Jose_ _________________ 1996 Medina, Nathan______________2005-08 Mendez, Leo_ _______________1982-84 Mendoza, Rafael_____________1984-85 Merrell, Troy___________________ 1997 Middlemiss, Ross^____________2005-08 Miller-Bazemore, Ethan_ _______1993-96 Miralles, Pablo_ ______________1983-86 Molina, Ezequiel________________ 2000 Monjares, Luis_ ________________ 1998 Montes, Ralph_________________ 1992 Moreton, Crosby_ ______________ 1996 Morrow, Vince_ ______________2005-06 Moulton, Bob________________1983-85 Mueller, Jens_ _________________ 1992 Mukomberanwa, Tendai_ ________ 1998 Munson, Marty______________1982-83 Muters, Mike_ _______________1987-88 Nalini, Andre_ _________________ 1981 Nathan, Michael______________2002-04 Nesci, Frank_________________1988-89 Nielebock, Andre_______________ 2000 Nunez, Javier________________1998-99 O’Brien, James_________________ 1993 O’Brien, Matt_ _______________1989-91 O’Brien, Peter________________1999-00 Ott, Danny__________________1991-94 Ower, David___________________ 2003 Parish, Eric__________________1993-96 Parker, Brandon______________2001-02 Parker, Noah_________________2000-01 Paulson, Dan_ _________________ 1997 Pauly, Grayson____________ 1991-93, 95 Perez, Carlos_________________1983-86 Perez, Juan____________________ 1984 Perez, Sergio_ _________________ 2002 Phillips, Alex___________________ 1998 Piper, Kevin_ ________________1988-90 Pollan, Bill_____________________ 1996 Porras, Freddy_ ______________1994-95 Preckwinkle, Scott^___________2005-08 Prudholm, Caleb_ ______________ 1996 Pulpanek, Chris_ _______________ 1994 Quintero, Gustavo______________ 1988 Ramey, Adam__________________ 2004 Rivera, Jaime_ _______________2004-06 Ritz, Roman_________________1992-93 Roberts, Jason_______________1993-94 Robson, Grant_ ________________ 2006 Rosenbaum, Barry____________1988-89 Ruggels, Craig_ ______________1988-91 Rupp, Clark__________________2003-06 Ryan, Travis_________________2002-05

COACHES

Duncan, Mike________________2005-08 Dusenbury, Marcus_ __________1996-99 Edwards, Carl________________1993-96 Edwards, Kai________________ 2001, 03 Eid, Jihad___________________1986-87 Elayat, Elias__________________1986-87 Emerick, Jim_________________1984-86 Ericson, Cody________________2003-07 Esposito, Robert______________1990-91 Farrell, Keith_________________1988-89 Farrell, Sean_________________1988-89 Farrell, Tim__________________1989-90 Friesen, Mike_ _______________1993-94 Furman, Todd________________1984-86 Furneri, Anthony_ ____________1989-90 Furtado, Davide________________ 2008 Gallant, Stuart_ ______________2006-08 Gentile, Mike________________1994-97 Ghandour, George____________1983-85 Gilson, John___________________ 1987 Giuliacci, Chris_______________2000-03 Goldfoos, Damon_______________ 1999 Goncalves, Tim_______________2001-03 Gouvea, Chris__________________ 1981 Grady, Alan_________________2006-08 Gratzer, Hans________________1994-96 Guerra, Rafael________________1981-82 Gundred, Eric________________1990-91 Hackerson, Dave_ ______________ 1982 Hall, Ryan___________________2007-08 Halloran, Brian_________________ 2001 Holleran, David_ _______________ 2007 Haslam, Fred_ _________________ 1981 Heacock, Brian_______________1988-89 Heffren, Joel_________________1997-00 Henderson, Dustin______________ 2001 Hewko, Rick___________________ 1988 Hill-Harrill, Mason_____________2004-06 Hitcher, James_______________1986-87 Hoffman, Nick_ ________________ 1999 Holleran, David_ _______________ 2008 Hosseini, Nima_______________1996-97 Huberty, Paul________________1987-89 Huff, Andy____________________ 1996 Hughes, Scott_ ______________1988-89 Humphrie, Mike________________ 1984 Hunter, Joe__________________1983-84 Jakubek, Dominik_ _____________ 2000 Jensen, Keith________________1983-84 Johnson, Brook^_____________2006-08 Jones, Jack__________________2007-08 Jones, Matthew________________ 1987 Jones, Mike_ ________________1993-96 Jones, Peter_________________1984-87 Jones, Taylor_________________2007-08 Juhler, Robert________________1998-01 Kaufman, Dave_______________1989-91 Kehano, Peter________________1990-93 Kelley, Mike_ ________________2002-05 Khalilifar, Noushin_ _____________ 1983 Kinnear, John________________1995-97 Knowlton, Cary_ _____________1994-97 Koffler, Dagan_ ______________1999-00 Kraus, Timothy_______________1986-87 Lacrosse, Kier________________1983-84 Lafon, Eric^_ ________________2005-08 Landermann, Robert__________1983-84 Langwith, Ben_________________ 2008 Larson, Eric__________________2004-07 Larson, Sam________________ 1998, 00 Lawton, John________________1983-85 Lechel, Robert_______________1992-93

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Abbott, Nick_________________1997-98 Abousaleh, Nasser____________1987-89 Adams, Nate_ _______________1997-98 Aguirre, Felix_ _______________1997-98 Alas, Arturo_ __________________ 1999 Allard, Mike_ __________________ 1996 Allen, Jason___________________ 1996 Alvarado, Ivan_ ______________1999-00 Andersen, Thor_ _____________1989-91 Applebaum, Keith______________ 1981 Arias, Juan__________________1994-95 Asaro, Michael_______________2004-07 Avina, Jose__________________1984-85 Bailey, Andrew^^_ ___________2004-08 Bailey, Charles_ ______________1983-86 Barany, Tom_________________1999-00 Barker, Jason_ _______________1992-93 Barnett, Joel___________________ 1981 Barquero, Richard_____________1988-89 Beckner, Ken_ _______________1990-91 Beedy, Greg_________________1988-89 Behler, Chris_________________1990-91 Bell, Dan______________________ 1988 Bernard, Matt^_______________2001-03 Bidaki, Yousef________________1983-85 Birick, John____________________ 1982 Blaze, Scott____________________ 1983 Bolin, Peter__________________1985-87 Boone, Brandon______________2001-03 Boone, Dustin_ ______________1999-00 Breeden, Eddie____________ 1994-95, 00 Brian, Tyler____________________ 2004 Broderick, Shawn_____________1987-88 Browne, Steven______________2004-07 Bryant, Stephan______________1988-89 Bullock, Jeffrey_________________ 1988 Bussard, Tony________________1999-02 Byrne, Sean_ __________________ 1998 Callagy, Leo___________________ 1982 Carniato, Chris_______________1983-85 Carr, Douglas^____________ 2004, 06-08 Carranza, Albert________________ 1987 Cassell, Matt___________________ 1987 Cauthen, Doug_ _____________1988-89 Chaidez, Kelcey________________ 2000 Chalmers, Craig________________ 1982 Chiappone, Adam___________ 1997, 99 Chiodo, Joe_________________1997-98 Christensen, Steve____________2001-02 Claverlie, Neil__________________ 1993 Conner, Zachary________________ 2001 Cook, Brett^_________________2003-06 Corwin, Thomas______________1999-02 Cox, Brian_____________________ 2000 Coyne, Brian_________________2001-04 Cunningham, Eric^___________1991-93 Currie, Ross_ ________________1997-98 Cutler, Joshua_ ________________ 1996 Cydzik, Richard_________________ 1981 Daly, Chris_ _________________2001-04 Davini, Chris___________________ 1991 Dayton, Casey_ ______________2006-08 DeCosta, Dennis_ ______________ 1982 Dedini, Randy^_ _____________1992-93 Dela Cruz, Brandon_ __________2007-08 DeShazer, Brandon_ ____________ 2000 Dickson, Kris_________________1998-99 Diener, Justin________________2001-02 DiGiacomo, Oreste______________ 1983 Domm, Robert_________________ 1989 Dopler, Danny_______________2000-03 Doran, Alex_ ________________2001-02 Duckor, Stefan_______________1997-98 Duncan, Ken_ _______________1984-86


2009 OPPONENTS WESTERN WASHINGTON

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2008 REVIEW SEAWOLVES COACHES INTRO

Series

at Bellingham W at SSU W at Bellingham W at SSU W at Bellingham L at SSU W at Bellingham W at SSU W at Bellingham W at SSU W

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

SSU leads 9-1-0

1988 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007

CAL STATE STANISLAUS

CHICO STATE

CAL POLY POMONA

Location: Phoenix, Ariz. Coach: Petar Draksin 2007 Record: 8-7-4 www.athletics.gcu.edu

Location: Turlock, Calif. Coach: Dana Taylor 2007 Record: 4-12-1 www.warriorathletics.com

Location: Chico, Calif. Coach: Felipe Restrepo 2007 Record: 13-5-1 www.chicowildcats.com

Location: Pomona, Calif. Coach: Lance Thompson 2007 Record: 4-11-3 www.csupomona.edu/athletics

Series

unknown L unknown L at Phoenix W at Rohnert Park W at Chico L at Phoenix L at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park W at Phoenix L at Rohnert Park W at Phoenix W at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park W at Phoenix L at Rohnert Park T

NOTRE DAME de NAMUR Location: Seattle, Wash. Coach: Mark Collings 2007 Record: 6-10-3 www.spufalcons.com 1989 1990 N 1992 1993 N 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 N 2006 2007 2008

Series

at Seattle T at Seattle L at Rohnert Park L at Seattle L at Chico L at Seattle L at Rohnert Park T at Seattle L at Rohnert Park L at Seattle L at Rohnert Park W at Seattle L at Rohnert Park T at Seattle L at Carson L at Rohnert Park L at Seattle L at Rohnert Park W

SPU leads 2-13-3

C = CCAA Tournament game N = NCAA Tournament game

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

Location: Belmont, Calif. Coach: BJ Noble 2007 Record: 14-4-3 www.ndnu.edu/athletics 1981 1981 1982 1982 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 2000 2003 2007 2008

Series

unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W at Rohnert Park W at Belmont W at Rohnert Park W at Belmont W at Belmont W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Belmont W at Belmont W at Rohnert Park T at Belmont W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Belmont L

SSU leads 25-1-1

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

GCU leads 7-6-2

SEATTLE PACIFIC

HISTORY

INFORMATION

Location: Bellingham, Wash. Coach: Travis Connell 2007 Record: 11-5-3 www.wwuvikings.com

GRAND CANYON

3-1 1-0 1-0 9-0 5-0 2-0 5-0 8-0 5-0 4-0 4-0 4-0 3-0 3-0 5-0 3-1 3-0 5-0 1-0 2-1 0-0 3-0 5-1 4-0 2-1 5-0 1-2

1981 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008

Series

unknown L unknown W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park L at Turlock L at Turlock L at Rohnert Park L unknown L unknown L unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock T at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock T at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock L at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Turlock L at Petaluma W at Rohnert Park W at Turlock L at Rohnert Park W at Turlock T at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Turlock W at Rohnert Park W

SSU leads 34-10-3

0-3 1-0 4-0 3-1 forf. forf. 1-2 0-4 0-5 n/a 2-3 2-3 2-1 2-1 3-2 4-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-1 3-0 3-2 2-2 5-1 2-1 6-0 3-2 1-0 1-0 2-2 8-2 4-0 6-2 3-0 0-1 3-2 2-0 0-1 2-1 3-0 2-4 2-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 3-2 3-0

1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008

Series

at Chico W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park T at Chico L at Chico L at Rohnert Park W at Chico L at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park L at Chico L unknown L unknown L unknown L unknown W unknown W unknown T unknown W at Rohnert Park W at Chico L at Chico W at Rohnert Park L at Chico L at Rohnert Park W at Chico L at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Chico W at Chico W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park L at Chico L at Chico L at Rohnert Park L at Chico L at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park W at Chico W at Chico W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park L at Chico W at Rohnert Park W at Chico W at Chico W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Chico W at Rohnert Park W at Chico W at Santa Rosa W

SSU leads 28-20-2

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

1985 1986 1990 1991 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Series

at Pomona L at Rohnert Park L unknown W unknown W at Rohnert Park L at Pomona L at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park W at Pomona W at Rohnert Park L at Pomona L at Pomona W at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park W at Pomona W at Rohnert Park W

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

Series tied 8-7-1

CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO

Location: San Bernardino, Calif. Coach: Noah Kooiman 2007 Record: 7-10-3 www.csusbathletics.com 1993 1994 1995 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Series

at Rohnert Park W at San Bernardino W at Rohnert Park W at San Bernardino W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at San Bernardino W at Rohnert Park W at San Bernardino T at San Bernardino W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at San Bernardino W at Rohnert Park W

SSU leads 13-0-1

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


UC SAN DIEGO

Location: San Francisco, Calif. Coach: Joe Hunter 2007 Record: 8-10-2 www.sfstategators.com

Location: La Jolla, Calif. Coach: Jon Pascale 2007 Record: 10-6-2 www.ucsdtritons.com

Series

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

SSU leads 9-1-1

CAL STATE EAST BAY

Location: Hayward, Calif. Coach: Andy Cumbo 2007 Record: 5-10-3 www.csueastbay.edu/athletics Series

at Hayward L at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park L at Hayward L at Rohnert Park L at Hayward L at Hayward L at Rohnert Park L at Hayward L at Rohnert Park L unknown L unknown L unknown L unknown L unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W at Rohnert Park W at Hayward T at Hayward L at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Hayward W at Hayward W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Hayward L

CSUEB leads 16-13-1

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

at Pomona L unknown L unknown L at Rohnert Park W at Carson W at Carson L at Carson L at Rohnert Park L at Carson L at Carson L at Carson W at Rohnert Park L at Carson L at Carson L at Rohnert Park W at Turlock W at Carson L at La Jolla L at Rohnert Park W at Carson L at Carson T at Carson L at Carson T

CSUDH leads 15-6-2

CAL STATE L.A.

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Coach: Chris Chamides 2007 Record: 13-5-4 www.csulaathletics.com 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 C 2008 N

Series

unknown L at Bakersfield W at Bakersfield L at Los Angeles L at Rohnert Park W at Los Angeles L at Rohnert Park L at Los Angeles W at Rohnert Park W at Los Angeles W at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park L at Los Angeles W at Rohnert Park W at Los Angeles W at Rohnert Park W at Carson W at Carson T

SSU leads 10-6-2 Location: Seaside, Calif. Coach: Artie Cairel 2007 Record: 4-12-4 www.otterathletics.com 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008

Series

at Seaside W at Petaluma W at Seaside L at Rohnert Park L at Seaside W at Rohnert Park W at Seaside W at Petaluma W at Rohnert Park T at Seaside W

SSU leads 7-2-1

1-0 5-1 1-2 0-1 6-2 9-1 2-0 4-2 2-2 6-0

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

1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008

Series

at Arcata L at Rohnert Park L at Arcata L at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park T at Arcata L at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W unknown L unknown L unknown L unknown L unknown W unknown W unknown W unknown W at Arcata W at Arcata W at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park W at Arcata L at Rohnert Park L at Arcata W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Arcata L at Arcata W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Arcata W at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park W at Arcata W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at Arcata W at Rohnert Park W at Arcata W at Rohnert Park T at Arcata W

SSU leads 24-13-5 1-2 1-0 0-2 1-2 2-1 1-3 0-1 7-0 4-2 2-0 1-1 1-3 1-0 1-0 4-2 2-0 2-1 1-1

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

INFORMATION

1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997

1985 1989 1990 1998 1999 2000 2000 C 2001 2001 C 2002 2002 N 2003 2004 2004 C 2005 2005 C 2006 2006 C 2007 2007 C 2007 N 2008 2008 C

Series

HISTORY

CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY

Series

at La Jolla W at Carson W at Rohnert Park W at La Jolla W at Rohnert Park W at La Jolla T at Rohnert Park L at Turlock W at La Jolla W at Rohnert Park W at La Jolla W

2008 REVIEW

SSU leads 30-17-5

2000 2000 C 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 C 2006 2007 2008

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SEAWOLVES

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

Location: Arcata, Calif. Coach: Andy Cumbo 2007 Record: 8-8-4 www.hsujacks.com

Location: Carson, Calif. Coach: Joe Flanagan 2007 Record: 21-2-4 www.gotoros.com

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COACHES

at San Francisco L at Rohnert Park L at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco L at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco L at San Francisco L at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco L at Rohnert Park L unknown W unknown W unknown L unknown W unknown T unknown W unknown W unknown W at San Francisco T at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco T at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco W at San Francisco L at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco L at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco W at San Francisco T at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park T at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco W at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco W at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park L at San Francisco W at Rohnert Park W at Rohnert Park W at San Francisco W

HUMBOLDT STATE

INTRO

1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008

CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS

www.sonomaseawolves.com

SAN FRANCISCO STATE


DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

2008 REVIEW

HISTORY

INFORMATION

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 1801 E. Cotati Ave. Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Phone_ ___________________________________ 707-664-2521 Fax ______________________________________ 707-664-4104 Website___________________________ sonomaseawolves.com Director of Athletics_ __________________________ Bill Fusco Phone: 707-664-2521; E-Mail: bill.fusco@sonoma.edu Associate Athletics Director______________ Brandon Bronzan Phone: 707-664-2358; E-Mail: brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu Associate Athletics Director/SWA_ _________Yvonne Burbank Phone: 707-664-2641; E-Mail: yvonne.burbank@sonoma.edu Assistant Athletic Director_____________ Megan Christensen Phone: 707-664-2750; E-Mail: megan.christensen@sonoma.edu Faculty Athletic Representative_____________Dr. Duane Dove Phone: 707-664-2954 E-Mail: duane.dove@sonoma.edu Administrative Analyst______________________Nancy Crosat Phone: 707-664-2044; E-Mail: nancy.crosat@sonoma.edu Equipment Manager___________________________ Willie Lee Phone: 707-664-2106; E-Mail: willie.lee@sonoma.edu Compliance Coordinator_ ________________ Michael Balasek Sports Information Coordinator_ _______________ Tyler Lobe Sports Information Phone_____________________ 707-664-2358 Sports Information Fax________________________ 707-664-3291 Athletic Training Phone_______________________ 707-664-2937 Head Athletic Trainer_ ________________________ Bo Owens Phone: 707-664-4316; E-Mail: bo.owens@sonoma.edu Asst. Athletic Trainer__________________________Julie Miller Athletic Trainer_ _______________________ Andrew Simpkins Athletic Trainer_ _________________________ Kristi Castellaw

INTRO

COACHES

SEAWOLVES

COACHES DIRECTORY

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Baseball_ ___________________________________John Goelz Phone: 707-664-2524; E-Mail: john.goelz@sonoma.edu Men’s Basketball_ __________________________ Pat Fuscaldo Phone: 707-664-2110; E-Mail: fuscaldo@sonoma.edu Men’s/Women’s Golf________________________ Val Verhunce Phone: 707-799-0712; E-Mail: verhunce@sonoma.edu Men’s Soccer_____________________________Marcus Ziemer Phone: 707-664-2614; E-Mail: ziemer@sonoma.edu Men’s Tennis_________________________ Steve Cunninghame Phone: 707-664-2657; E-Mail: steve.cunninghame@sonoma.edu Softball________________________________ Jennifer Bridges Phone: 707-664-4054; E-Mail: jennifer.bridges@sonoma.edu Volleyball___________________________________Bear Grassl Phone: 707-664-2656; E-Mail: bear.grassl@sonoma.edu Women’s Basketball_ _________________________Mark Rigby Phone: 707-664-2498; E-Mail: mark.rigby@sonoma.edu Women’s Cross Country_ _____________________ Mark James Phone: 707-664-2290; E-Mail: mark.james@sonoma.edu Women’s Soccer__________________________ Luke Oberkirch Phone: 707-664-2481; E-Mail: luke.oberkirch@sonoma.edu Women’s Tennis____________________________ Tracey Prince Phone: 707-664-2291; E-Mail: tracey.prince@sonoma.edu Women’s Water Polo_____________________ Coralie Simmons Phone: 707-664-2688; E-Mail: coralie.simmons@sonoma.edu

bill fusco

director of athletics Bill Fusco is now in his 13th year as the Director of Athletics at Sonoma State University. Under his leadership, SSU intercollegiate teams have become a competitive force since joining the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) in 1998. SSU teams have performed well at the regional and national level during his tenure. Fusco has overseen an unprecedented number of changes in the SSU intercollegiate athletic program, since his arrival in 1997. SSU Athletics has successfully moved into the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), initiated the awarding of athletic scholarships, transitioned to a new mascot, established media partnerships and has expanded fund raising through special events like Bidnight Madness, the annual car drawing and the Annual Fund Drive of the University Athletic Association. Fusco has served as President of the CCAA (2004-05) and is the Past President of the NCAA Division II Athletics Directors Association. He also served for four years (1999-2003) on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Fusco also served on the NCAA Division II Degree Completion Scholarship Committee and the NCAA West Region Women’s Tennis Committee. He recently completed a term on the California State University Risk Management Authority Athletic Injury Medical Expense Board. Fusco was recently appointed to a four-year term on the NCAA Championships Committee. As President of the NCAA Division II Athletics Directors Association he helped develop the Division II Model Athletics Department, a program that establishes the guiding principles of operating a Division II intercollegiate athletic program. With over 27 years of combined athletic administrative experience, Fusco has served as Director of Athletics at the University of San Francisco and Dominican University of California and as Sports Information Director at St. Mary’s College in Moraga and the University of San Francisco. He is an adjunct faculty member in the USF Graduate Sports Management Program where has taught an elective class titled Administrative Leadership in Intercollegiate Athletics. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Dominican University and has taught a class titled Introduction to Sports Management. Fusco resides in Petaluma with his wife Cathy. Their son Michael is a graduate of Long Beach State University and their daughter Marissa is a freshman at Sonoma State University.

YVONNE BURBANK

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Yvonne Burbank is in her fourth year as Associate Athletics Director and Compliance Coordinator at Sonoma State University in 2009-10. A decorated women’s basketball star at SSU from 1995-99, Yvonne Burbank (then Yvonne Daily) was a team captain and the president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). On the court, she helped lead the team to an NCAC co-championship and to back-to-back NCAA regional appearances. Burbank joined the women’s basketball coaching staff under Mark Rigby from 1999-2001 before moving on to the University of San Francisco for a two-year stint on the Dons’ coaching staff. While at USF, Burbank earned her Master’s Degree in Sports Management. Prior to returning to Sonoma State, Burbank spent three years as the head girl’s basketball coach at Sonoma Academy in Santa Rosa. She was also an integral part of the academy’s athletic department, overseeing scheduling, game management, and revenue generation.


BRANDON BRONZAN

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ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

A member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Bronzan serves on the organization’s Publications Committee and Membership Services Committee. He is also a voting member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America (NCBWA) and coordinator of the Daktronics All-West Region Division II Men’s Soccer team. This year, he will begin his second year on the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Regional Advisory Committee. A native of Visalia, California, Bronzan resides in Windsor with his wife Tiffany and his daughter, Olivia.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

Christensen joined the department as a staff member after serving as an intern during her final two years as a student. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Sonoma State in 2007.

NANCY CROSAT

Nancy is in her 14th year at Sonoma State University and her third year in the athletic department as the Administrative Analyst. She has a strong background in office management, bookeeping and a complete appreciation of sports, which helped her find a way into the department. A native San Franciscan, who proudly notes her children are “fifth generation SFers,” Nancy currently resides in Petaluma with her husband Bob.

TYLER LOBE

SPORTS INFORMATION COORDINATOR Tyler Lobe is in his first year as the Sports Information Coordinator at Sonoma State University. He is in charge of in-game statistical information and will produce pre- and post-game releases and publications while helping to maintain the department web site. He will also facilitate media requests of coaches and/or student-athletes. PHONE: (707) 664-2478 E-MAIL: lobe@sonoma.edu

INFORMATION

ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST

HISTORY

Christensen is a former All-Region defender for the Women’s Soccer program at Sonoma State (then Megan Catton). As a team captain, she led her team to two conference tournament appearances in four years. Off the field, she served as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) president and was named one of Sonoma State University’s Student Woman Leaders of the Year in 2007. This past June, Megan wed former Sonoma State basketball star Kevin Christensen and the couple resides in Santa Rosa.

2008 REVIEW

Megan Christensen is in her third year at Sonoma State University, and in her first year as Assistant Athletic Director for Event Management & Operations. Christensen oversees special events, fund raising projects, camps and game day management, as well as coordinating Bidnight Madness- the department’s annual silent/live auction fund raiser.

SEAWOLVES

MEGAN CHRISTENSEN

COACHES

Prior to coming to Sonoma State, Bronzan was a Media Relations Assistant with the Tennessee Smokies, then Class AA affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. Bronzan also worked for the Visalia Oaks and as a student assistant in the Sports Information department at SSU. He is a 2001 graduate of Sonoma State University with a B.S. in Business Administration (Management).

INTRO

Brandon Bronzan is in his eighth year as a member of the Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Hired as Sports Information Director in 2002, Bronzan was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director in 2006 and Associate Athletics Director in 2008. He was re-classified as the Associate Athletics Director for Communications and Marketing in 2009. Bronzan oversees seven sports within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and is involved with the marketing and promotion of all teams and student-athletes. He also handles game scheduling and in 2008 established The Seawolf Sports Network, which broadcasts Sonoma State sporting events on the Internet.


2009 Sonoma State Men's Soccer Media Guide  

2009 Sonoma State Men's Soccer Media Guide

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