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2012 SCHEDULE

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Sun-Aug. 19 Wed-Aug. 22 Sun-Aug. 26

SANTA ROSA JC (exh.) Dominican (scr.) ACADEMY OF ART (scr.)

ROHNERT PARK San Rafael, Calif. ROHNERT PARK

12:00 pm 5:00 pm 1:30 pm

Fri-Aug. 31 Sun-Sep. 2 Fri-Sep. 7 Sun-Sep. 9 Fri-Sep. 14 Sun-Sep. 16 Fri-Sep. 21 Sun-Sep. 23 Fri-Sep. 28 Sun-Sep. 30 Fri-Oct. 5 Sun-Oct. 7 Thu-Oct. 11 Sat-Oct. 13 Fri-Oct. 19 Sun-Oct. 21 Fri-Oct. 26 Sun-Oct. 28 Fri-Nov. 2 Sun-Nov. 4 Nov. 8-11 Nov. 16-19 Nov. 29-Dec. 1

Saint Martin’s Grand Canyon Cal State Monterey Bay* Cal State East Bay* SAN FRANCISCO STATE* CAL POLY POMONA* CHICO STATE* CAL STATE STANISLAUS* Humboldt State* Chico State* UC SAN DIEGO* CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO* CAL STATE EAST BAY* CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* Cal State Dominguez Hills* Cal State L.A.* HUMBOLDT STATE* Cal State Stanislaus* CCAA Championship Semifinal CCAA Championship Final NCAA Division II First & Second Round NCAA Division II Quarterfinal NCAA Division II Championship

Phoenix, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz. Seaside, Calif. Hayward, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Arcata, Calif. Chico, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Carson, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. ROHNERT PARK Turlock, Calif. Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. TBA TBA TBA

6:15 pm 8:30 pm 3:00 pm 2:00 pm 1:30 pm 11:30 am 3:00 pm 2:00 pm 3:00 pm 11:30 am 4:00 pm 2:00 pm 12:30 pm 11:30 am 7:00 pm 11:30 am 3:00 pm 2:00 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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2013 SONOMA STATE SOCCER

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LOCATION

Sat-Aug. 17 Wed-Aug. 21 Tue-Aug. 27 Sat-Aug. 31 Thu-Sep. 5 Thu-Sep. 5 Sat-Sep. 7 Sat-Sep. 7 Fri-Sep. 13 Sun-Sep. 15 Fri-Sep. 20 Sun-Sep. 22 Fri-Sep. 27 Sun-Sep. 29 Fri-Oct. 4 Sun-Oct. 6 Fri-Oct. 11 Sun-Oct. 13 Fri-Oct. 18 Sun-Oct. 20 Fri-Oct. 25 Sun-Oct. 27 Fri-Nov. 1 Sun-Nov. 3 Fri-Nov. 8 Sun-Nov. 10 Nov. 14-17 Nov. 21-24 Dec. 4-7

ROHNERT PARK Stanford, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. ROHNERT PARK Rohnert Park ROHNERT PARK Rohnert Park ROHNERT PARK San Francisco, Calif. Seaside, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Pomona, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Chico, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. ROHNERT PARK Turlock, Calif. Hayward, Calif. Arcata, Calif. TBA TBA TBA TBA Evans, Georgia

ALUMNI (scr.) Stanford (scr.) Sacramento State (exh.) ACADEMY OF ART (scr.) SF State vs. Montana State-Billings FRESNO PACIFIC SF State vs. Fresno Pacific MONTANA STATE-BILLINGS San Francisco State* Cal State Monterey Bay* CAL STATE STANISLAUS* CAL STATE EAST BAY* Cal Poly Pomona* UC San Diego* CAL STATE L.A.* CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS* CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* SAN FRANCISCO STATE* Chico State* Cal State San Bernardino* HUMBOLDT STATE* Cal State Stanislaus* Cal State East Bay* Humboldt State* CCAA Championship Semifinal CCAA Championship Final NCAA Division II 1st & 2nd Round NCAA Division II 3rd Round & Quarterfinal NCAA Division II Championship

TIME 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 2:30 pm 5:00 pm 2:30 pm 5:00 pm 12:30 pm 11:30 am 12:30 pm 11:30 am 4:30 pm 12:00 pm 4:00 pm 2:00 pm 1:30 pm 11:30 am 4:30 pm 11:30 am 3:00 pm 2:00 pm 4:30 pm 2:00 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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COACHES

HEAD COACH MARCUS ZIEMER Ziemer’s Coaching Record

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he 2013 season will mark Marcus Ziemer’s 23rd as head coach of the men’s soccer team at Sonoma State University. A two-time all-conference performer for Sonoma State in the 1980’s, Ziemer has compiled a 289-132-45 record over the past 22 years. Though his squads have had success year in and year out (just one sub .500 season since 1991), the Seawolves of the last seven seasons have taken winning to a whole new level. Since 2006, Ziemer has led the Seawolves to a 72-22-12 record in CCAA play. Overall, the Seawolves are 96-36-18 over the last seven seasons, with four NCAA Tournament appearances, three CCAA championships, and an NCAA West Region Championship in 2007. Since coming to Sonoma State, Ziemer has been named his conference’s coach of the year six times, the most recent 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 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 immedi- ately. 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 214-76-26 in conference play. An NCAA regional participant six times in the last eleven seasons, the Seawolves have reached the NCAA Quarterfinals twice in that span. In 2002, the Seawolves went on to defeat Cal State Dominguez Hills, Midwestern State, Central Arkansas, and Southern New Hampshire in the postseason on their way to the NCAA Division II Championship. It was just the second national title in the history of Sonoma State Athletics. Fifteen different men’s soccer studentathletes have earned All-America status at Sonoma State, with eight since the 2006 season. In addition, countless players have gone on to professional careers both in the United States and overseas. 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 Santa Rosa 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.

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Year Rec Conf Finish 1991# 18-4-2 12-1-1 1st 1992 11-7-2 10-3-1 2nd 1993! 17-3-2 11-1-2 1st 1994 10-6-3 8-4-2 t-2nd 1995 14-5-1 13-1-0 1st 1996 13-5-2 10-3-1 1st 1997 12-7-1 12-2-0 1st 1998 8-9-2 7-7-0 t-2nd (n) 1999 10-8-2 7-6-1 3rd (n) 2000 15-6-3 9-4-1 1st (n) 2001 12-7-1 9-4-1 t-1st (n) 2002% 20-4-0 11-3-0 1st (n) 2003 9-9-2 6-6-2 3rd (n) 2004 12-7-2 8-5-1 1st (n) 2005! 12-9-2 9-4-1 1st (n) 2006 14-6-1 13-2-1 1st (n) 2007! 19-3-3 14-0-0 1st (n) 2008! 18-2-4 11-1-2 1st (n) 2009! 14-5-4 10-3-3 1st (n) 2010! 14-6-1 10-5-1 1st (n) 2011 9-6-3 8-5-3 3rd (n) 2012 8-8-2 6-6-2 3rd (n) ! NCAA Appearance # NCAA Runner-Up % NCAA Champions (n) North Division Overall Record......................... 289-132-45 Conference Record................... 214-76-26 Seasons at SSU......................................22 Winning Seasons at SSU.......................19 NCAA Tournament Appearances............8 Conference Championships....................6 Regional Championships........................3 National Championships.........................1

AWARDS

• 2002 NSCAA National Coach of the Year • 2002 NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year • 2007 NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year • 1991 NCAC Coach of the Year • 1993 NCAC Coach of the Year • 1997 NCAC Coach of the Year • 2002 CCAA Coach of the Year • 2006 CCAA Coach of the Year • 2007 CCAA Coach of the Year


COACHING STAFF

Former Cardinal Newman High and Santa Clara University star Shawn Percell returns for his seventh season on the Sonoma State coaching staff in 2013. It will be his first season as Associate Head Coach. Percell came to the Seawolves from Seattle University, where he was an assistant on the women’s soccer team. 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. 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. Percell is still active on the field as he was an instrumental part of the Sonoma County Sol’s 2009 NPSL national championship squad. He loves to follow the Seattle Sounders.

COACHES

Ben Langwith is back for his fourth year on the SSU men’s soccer coaching staff in 2013, following a two-year playing career for the Seawolves in 2008-09. A transfer from the University of Kentucky, the native of Des Moines, Iowa finished his career with nine goals and six assists. Langwith scored five goals as a junior in 2008, while playing in every game for the CCAA-champion Seawolves. In 2009, he scored four goals, including two in the CCAA Championship game against rival Cal State Dominguez Hills.

Andrew Jones enters his fourth year as a volunteer assistant coach with the Seawolves in 2013. Jones came to Sonoma State from Lyon College in Arkansas, where he spent the 2009 season as an assistant. Jones’ playing days were spent at the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita. He also was an all-conference selection at Los Angeles Baptist High School. A 2009 graduate of Cal State Northridge, Jones has also spent time coaching at San Fernando High School and Los Angeles Baptist.

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COACHES

General Information

Sports Information

Institution.............................................. Sonoma State University Nickname................................................................... Seawolves Location................................................Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Colors.............................. Blue (286), Columbia (278) and White Founded...............................................................................1961 Enrollment...........................................................................8,600 President..................................................... Dr. Ruben Arminana Director of Athletics...................................................... Bill Fusco Conference.........................................................................CCAA Stadium (Capacity).........................Seawolf Soccer Field (1,500) Athletics Department Phone.................................. 707-664-2521 Ticket Office Phone............................................... 707-664-2382

Office Phone.......................................................... 707-664-2478 Mailing Address............................................. 1801 E. Cotati Ave. .............................................................Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Website................................................... sonomaseawolves.com Live Stats..........................................sonomaseawolves.com/live Associate Athletics Director..............................Brandon Bronzan ..................................................................Office: 707-664-2358 .....................................E-Mail: brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu Sports Information Director.........................................Tyler Lobe ..................................................................Office: 707-664-2478 ......................................................... E-Mail: lobe@sonoma.edu Student Assistant................................................... Gian D’Ambra

Men’s Soccer Staff

2013 Team Information

Head Coach.........................................................Marcus Ziemer Overall Record (at SSU).......................289-132-45 (22 seasons) Conference Record (at SSU).................214-76-26 (22 seasons) ..................................................................Office: 707-664-2614 ..................................................... E-Mail: ziemer@sonoma.edu Associate Head Coach..........................................Shawn Percell ..................................................................Office: 707-664-3195 ....................................................E-Mail: percells@sonoma.edu Assistant Coach.....................................................Ben Langwith ..................................................................Office: 707-664-3195 Assistant Coach....................................................Andrew Jones ..................................................................Office: 707-664-3195 Head Athletic Trainer................................... Julie Rudy, MA, ATC ..................................................................Office: 707-664-2937 ..................................................E-Mail: julie.rudy@sonoma.edu

Beau Diaz LED THE SEAWOLVES WITH FIVE SHUTOUTS IN 2013.

Lettermen Returning.................................................................16 Lettermen Lost...........................................................................5 2012 Starters Returning (7)............ Beau Diaz, Taylor Varnadore ................ Chris Pihl, Michel Arroyo, Nico Spann, Dylan Stafford .............................................................................Trevor Tennant 2012 Starters Lost (4)............................................. Jomed Tejan, ......................................Brian Angel, Cory Taufer, Frank Becerril All-CCAA Players Returning (2)........................Taylor Varnadore ...............................................................................Michel Arroyo All-CCAA Players Lost (1)......................................... Cory Taufer

Returning Leaders

Games Started............................................. Trevor Tennant (18) Goals........................................................... Taylor Varnadore (9) Assists................................. Michel Arroyo, Taylor Varnadore (3) Points........................................................ Taylor Varnadore (21) Shots......................................................... Taylor Varnadore (48) Shots On Goal........................................... Taylor Varnadore (20) Game-Winning Goals.................................. Taylor Varnadore (4) Minutes In Goal...............................................Beau Diaz (1,490) Goals Against Average......................................Beau Diaz (1.21) Saves...................................................................Beau Diaz (49) Shutouts.................................................................Beau Diaz (5)

2012 Review

Overall Record.................................................................... 8-8-2 Conference Record (Finish)..............................6-6-2 (3rd North)

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OVERVIEW

Alphabetical

Numerical POS

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN

LAST SCHOOL

NO NAME

GK

5-10

180

Sr.

Fresno, CA

Fresno City College

RS

Michel Arroyo

Trevor Tennant

D

5-10

165

Sr.

El Dorado Hills, CA

Oak Ridge HS

25

Jose Avalos

3

Dylan Stafford

D

6-0

175

So.

San Diego, CA

Cathedral Catholic HS

8

Sean Callahan

4

Nandor Krause

D

6-5

180

Fr.

Pleasanton, CA

Amador Valley HS

19

Armando Coronel Joe Crisp

NO

NAME

1

Beau Diaz

2

D/MF

5-7

150

So.

Torrance, CA

South Torrance HS

23

MF

6-1

185

Jr.

San Jose, CA

West Valley JC

21

Gabe D’Ambrosio

Brenton Frame

F

6-0

170

So.

Thousand Oaks, CA

Thousand Oaks HS

9

Kelly Davila

Sean Callahan

MF

5-8

135

So.

San Diego, CA

San Diego Jewish Academy

1

Beau Diaz Anthony Dib

5

Graeme Mathers

6

Zanin Mahic

7 8 9

Kelly Davila

MF

5-11

165

Sr.

Long Beach, CA

Mater Dei HS

13

10

Nico Spann

MF

5-9

155

Sr.

Santa Rosa, CA

Montgomery HS

11

Evan Filipczyk

11

Evan Filipczyk

MF

6-0

165

So.

Hillsborough, CA

Woodside Priory HS

7

Brenton Frame

12

Ryan Rohane

D

6-1

175

Fr.

San Diego, CA

Westview HS

22

Aaron Glover Nandor Krause

13

Anthony Dib

F

5-9

160

So.

South Jordan, UT

Bingham HS

4

14

Anders Perez

F

5-6

150

Jr.

Vallejo, CA

Bentley School

6

Zanin Mahic

15

Chris Pihl

F

5-10

160

So.

Tustin, CA

Foothill HS

29

Cody Martin

16

Daniel Theobald

D

5-11

160

So.

Gardena, CA

Animo Leadership Charter HS

5

Graeme Mathers Anders Perez

17

Raspreet Sandhu

F

5-11

140

Fr.

Mountain View, CA

Mountain View HS

14

18

Dane Shaffar

D

5-8

160

Fr.

Pleasanton, CA

Amador Valley HS

15

Chris Pihl

19

Armando Coronel

F

5-8

150

Fr.

Sebastopol, CA

Analy HS

12

Ryan Rohane

20

Taylor Varnadore

F

6-3

205

Sr.

Sebastopol, CA

Analy HS

RS

Ian Rumbaugh Jose Sanchez

MF

6-0

190

Fr.

Oakland, CA

Bishop O’Dowd HS

28

F

6-1

180

Sr.

Ventura, CA

Saint Bonaventure HS

17

Raspreet Sandhu

Joe Crisp

GK

6-4

185

Fr.

Antioch, CA

Deer Valley HS

RS

Sandro Schoenhoefer

Sean Taufer

GK

6-3

190

Jr.

Clovis, CA

Buchanan HS

18

Dane Shaffar Nico Spann

21

Gabe D’Ambrosio

22

Aaron Glover

23 24

MF

5-11

150

Fr.

Redwood City, CA

Sequoia HS

10

Jose Sanchez

D

5-11

150

Fr.

Sonoma, CA

Sonoma Valley HS

3

Dylan Stafford

29

Cody Martin

D

6-0

155

Jr.

Orange County, CA

Santa Rosa JC

24

Sean Taufer

RS

Michel Arroyo

MF

5-6

145

Jr.

Calistoga, CA

Calistoga HS

2

Trevor Tennant Daniel Theobald Taylor Varnadore

25

Jose Avalos

28

RS

Ian Rumbaugh

RS

Sandro Schoenhoefer

F

6-0

175

Fr.

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA Tesoro HS

16

MF

5-10

180

Fr.

Mission Viejo, CA

20

Santa Margarita Catholic HS

Pronunciation #1 Bo Diaz

#12 Ryan ROW-hane

#5 Graham Mathers

#14 AND-ers Perez

#6 ZAH-nen MAH-hitch

#15 Chris Peel

#9 Kelly DUH-villa

#18 Dane SHUF-fur

#10 KNEE-coh Spann

#21 Gabe DEE-am-BROS-ee-OH

#11 Evan Fuh-LIP-chick

#24 Sean TAH-fur

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OVERVIEW

2013 SEAWOLVES

2012: Received First Team All-CCAA honors after a very solid sophomore campaign...appeared in all 18 games with 15 starts...scored the game-winner in Sonoma’s 1-0 win over Cal State East Bay (10/11/12)... had a pair of assists in a 4-3 victory over Cal State Monterey Bay (9/7/12)...accumulated three assists on the year. 2011: Delivered a brilliant debut season that culminated with CCAA Freshman of the Year honors...was also named First Team All-CCAA and First Team Daktronics All-West Region...became the first Sonoma State freshman to earn All-Region honors since 2005...finished third on the team in goals (6) and points (13)...had two goals in back-to-back road games, at Humboldt State (9/29/11) and Cal State Stanislaus (10/2/11)... went for a goal and an assist in the Seawolves’ 9-0 win over Cal State East Bay (9/16/11)...started nine games and appeared in 15...accounted for two game-winning goals, against Humboldt State (9/29/11) and Cal State East Bay (10/16/11). HIGH SCHOOL: Joined the Seawolves after graduating from nearby Calistoga High School...was his team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior...attended St. Helena High School as a freshman. PERSONAL: Considers his father to be his biggest influence as an athlete...is a fan of Real Madris and lists Spanish star Zinedine Zidane as his favorite athlete...his biggest sports thrill was playing for the Sonoma County Sol against the Portland Timbers.

2012: Redshirted due to injury. 2011: Started five games and appeared in ten others as a reserve... assisted on two goals, both in the Seawolves’ 9-0 win over Cal State East Bay (9/16/11)...played a season-high 77 minutes in a 0-0 tie with Cal State Stanislaus (10/28/11). HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of the San Diego Jewish Academy... was on the Honor Roll every semester of his four years in high school...a First Team All-League selection all four years, as well...earned Second Team All-San Diego County honors...a two-time league most valuable player (2008, 2010)...played on three Cal South state champion teams... also lettered in baseball. PERSONAL: Lists Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez as his biggest influence as an athlete...is a fan of Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard as well as the San Diego Chargers...wears a lucky wristband during every game... likes the movie Superbad.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2011 15/5 10 0 2 2 TOTAL 15/5 10 0 2 2

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2011 15/9 19 6 1 13 2012 18/15 11 1 3 5 TOTAL 33/24 30 7 4 18

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from nearby Analy High School in Sebastopol...was the Sonoma County League Most Valuable Player as a senior...also a First Team All-Empire selection.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Sequoia High School in Redwood City. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the strong soccer program and the campus’ distance from his home...is a fan of FC Barcelona... his most memorable sports moment was scoring on a free kick from 45 yards out to be a high school rival...would like to become a fitness trainer after graduation.

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PERSONAL: Would like to be a sports agent following graduation...is a fan of Kobe Bryant...his sports highlights include winning the Santa Clara Invitational and netting the game-winner in a game against his high school rival...wears the same lucky shirt every game.


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OVERVIEW

HIGH SCHOOL: Spent the 2009 season as a redshirt at Sonoma State after graduating from Mater Dei High School...named his league’s Most Valuable Defensive Player as a senior. PERSONAL: His goal at Sonoma State is to win a national championship...looks forward to facing Cal State Dominguez Hills and Chico State... is a fan of Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers.

Career Statistics HIGH SCHOOL: Joins the Seawolves after graduating from Deer Valley High School in Antioch.

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2011 19/4 25 3 2 8 2012 14/3 12 3 1 7 2013 16/7 17 2 2 6 TOTAL 49/14 54 8 5 21

PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the soccer program and location...is a fan of Arsenal and lists American goalkeeper Tim Howard as his favorite athlete...enjoys eating pasta.

2012: Started all 16 games he appeared in for the Seawolves in 2012... turned in five assists and a 1.21 goals against average...had a seasonhigh six saves in a game on three occasions...posted three consecutive shutouts in league play, from September 9th to September 16th. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland...was a First Team All-HAAL selection as a junior and senior...led team to an NCS Championship in 2012 and to the finals in 2009 and 2010. PERSONAL: Lists Italian soccer star Francesco Totti as his favorite athlete and the person he’d most like to meet...is a fan of Totti’s team, AS Roma...winning the NCS Championship as a senior is his most memorable sports moment so far...picked Sonoma State because of the soccer program and the opportunity to get a great education.

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Transfers to Sonoma State from Fresno City College...also spent a a couple of seasons at the University of Louisville... graduated from Bullard High School in Fresno...named Fresno Bee Valley Goalkeeper of the Year in 2008. PERSONAL: Says Benjamin Franklin is the person he’d most like to meet...is a fan of the Fresno Falcons, a minor league hockey team... enjoys eating sushi and listening to Blink 182.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS MIN GA GAA SV W-L-T SHO 2012 16/16 1490:27 20 1.21 49 7-7-2 5 TOTAL 16/16 1490:27 20 1.21 49 7-7-2 5

2012: Started seven games and appeared in 16 of the team’s 18 outings...scored a pair of goals, accounting for the Seawolves’ only goal in each of the games...found the net against Grand Canyon (9/2/12) and Cal State San Bernardino (10/7/12)...assisted on two goals, both in the Seawolves’ 3-2 win over Cal State Stanislaus (10/28/12). 2011: Appeared in 14 games...scored the game-winning goal in the season opener, a 1-0 win over the Academy of Art (9/1/11)...tallied a goal and an assist in the Seawolves’ 9-0 rout of Cal State East Bay (9/16/11)... also scored Sonoma’s lone goal in their 1-1 tie with eventual west region champion Cal State L.A.. 2010: Enjoyed a promising freshman season that saw him score three goals and assist on two others...netted his first collegiate goal in a 3-0 win over UC San Diego (9/19/10)...scored goals in back-to-back games against Humboldt State (10/24/10) and San Francisco State (10/29/10), both Sonoma wins...also had an assist in the Humboldt State game (10/24/10)...started four games and appeared in 15 others off the bench.

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2013 SEAWOLVES

2012: Played in 14 games, making his lone start of the year in a 1-0 win over Cal State East Bay (9/9/12)...attempted 10 shots on the year with four of those coming on goal. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from Bingham High School... was a Second Team All-State selection for the state of Utah as a sophomore, junior, and senior...played on the Utah ODP team...was his high school team’s MVP all four years. PERSONAL: Supports Liverpool FC and lists Fernando Torres as his favorite professional...came to Sonoma State because of the strong soccer program...enjoys Middle Eastern food.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 14/1 10 0 0 0 TOTAL 14/1 10 0 0 0

2012: Made an impact on defense as a freshman, making nine starts and appearing in 15 games...started six of the final eight games of the year... scored the team’s only goal in a 1-1 tie with Cal State Stanislaus (9/23/12). HIGH SCHOOL: Spent 2011 as a redshirt at Sonoma State after graduating from Woodside Priory in Portola Valley...earned First Team All-League honors for the Panthers as a junior and senior...was MVP of the WBAL as a senior, as well. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the its soccer and academic reputation...is a fan of Manchester United and lists Cesc Fabregas as his favorite player...as a superstition, he always ties his left shoelace first.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 15/9 7 1 0 2 TOTAL 15/9 7 1 0 2

2012: Finished second on the team with four goals and eight assists as a freshman...netted two goals in his first collegiate game, a 4-0 blanking of Saint Martin’s...scored a goal in the StubHub Center against Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/19/12)...played in 17 of 18 games with five starts. HIGH SCHOOL: Redshirted for the Seawolves in 2011 following a standout career at Thousand Oaks High School...was a First Team All-League selection for the Lancers...led his team in goals and assists as a senior. PERSONAL: Is a fan of Wayne Rooney and Manchester United...enjoys eating pasta and sushi...looks forward to taking the field against Chico State.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 17/5 14 4 0 8 TOTAL 17/5 14 4 0 8

2012: Played in all of the team’s games for the third straight year...made eight starts and scored three goals...had a huge game with two goals and an assist in a 4-1 win over Cal State Monterey Bay (9/7/12)...scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win over Cal State Stanislaus (10/28/12)...attempted 21 shots. 2011: Again appeared in all of the team’s games as a sophomore in 2011...made three starts...supplied three assists...picked up a goal in Sonoma’s 9-0 win over Cal State East Bay (9/16/11)...had the assist on the game-winning goal in the Seawolves’ opening day win over the Academy of Art (9/1/11). 2010: Appeared in all 21 games for the Seawolves as a freshman in 2010...made two starts...scored his first collegiate goal in Sonoma’s 4-3 win over Cal State Stanislaus (10/10/10)...earned an assist in the team’s 3-0 victory over Humboldt State (10/24/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Saint Bonaventure High School in Ventura...was the 2009 Frontier League Most Valuable Player for the Seraphs. PERSONAL: Lists Barack Obama as the person he’d most like to meet... is a fan of FC Barcelona...would like to become an athletic trainer or physical therapist after graduation...enjoys eating french toast.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2010 21/2 17 1 1 3 2011 18/3 9 1 3 5 2012 18/8 21 3 1 7 TOTAL 57/13 47 5 5 15

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HIGH SCHOOL: Redshirted for Sonoma State in 2012...graduated from Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton. PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State because of the strong soccer program...would like to be an attorney following graduation...lists John Terry as his favorite professional athlete.

OVERVIEW

2012: Saw action in 11 games as a freshman...started the final game of the year, against Cal State East Bay...attempted four shots and made contributions on the team’s defense. HIGH SCHOOL: Redshirted for the Seawolves in 2011...graduated from South Torrance High School...was a First Team All-Pioneer League pick for the Spartans...named his team’s defensive MVP. PERSONAL: Is a fan of Rangers FC and Chelsea FC...lists Frank Lampard as his favorite athlete...considesr his parents to be his biggest influence as an athlete...his most memorable sports moment was playing with Zinedine Zidane...is the only person in his family to be born in the USA.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 11/1 4 0 0 0 TOTAL 11/1 4 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Transferred to Sonoma State from West Valley Junior College...was his conference’s MVP and a First Team AllLeague selection at West Valley...named his team’s most inspirational player as well...graduated from Westmont High School. PERSONAL: Lists Zlatan Ibrahimovic as his favorite professional athlete and the Bosnian National Team his his favored team...likes to eat “everything”...his hair is all natural.

2012: Came off the bench in 15 games for the Seawolves as a sophomore...tallied his first career goal in a 3-2 win over Cal State Stanislaus (10/28/12)...fired eight shots on the year. 2011: Made one start and appeared off the bench in eight others...tallied two assists in win over Cal State East Bay (9/16/11)...played a seasonhigh 45 minutes on two occasions - opening day against Academy of Art (9/1/11) and Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/9/11).

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Comes to Sonoma State after playing at Santa Rosa Junior College...was a First Team All-Big 8 selection for the Bear Cubs...graduated from Troy High School in Fullerton.

HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Sonoma State from Bentley School in Lafayette...was named his team’s Most Valuable Player...also attended Sacramento State, but did not play for the Hornets. PERSONAL: Decided on Sonoma State because of its athletic and academic reputation...is a fan of FC Barcelona and lists Jorge El Magico Gonzales a as his favorite athlete...Chico State is his favorite team to play against.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2011 9/1 4 0 2 2 2012 15/0 8 1 0 2 TOTAL 24/1 12 1 2 4

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OVERVIEW

2013 SEAWOLVES

2012: Enjoyed a strong debut with two goals and two assists as a freshman...started in his final ten appearances of the year after coming off the bench in six others...scored twice in Sonoma State’s 3-0 win over Menlo (10/24/12)...assisted on two goals in the team’s season-opening win over Saint Martin’s (8/31/12). HIGH SCHOOL: Spent last season as a redshirt for Sonoma State...a 2011 graduate of Foothill High School in Tustin...was a First Team AllCentury League pick in 2010 and 2011...was named Foothill’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior...a two-year team captain.

HIGH SCHOOL: A Sonoma County product, he graduated from Sonoma Valley High School...graduated with honors and as school president...was a First Team All-League selection as a senior...Second Team as a junior... also played varsity basketball. PERSONAL: The opportunity to stay close to home helped guide him to Sonoma State...lists Ronaldinho has his favorite athlete...is a fan of FC Barcelona and the Golden State Warriors...has six siblings.

PERSONAL: Comes to Sonoma State because of the soccer and business programs...is a fan of the Anaheim Ducks...enjoys the music of Tom Petty...always puts his left cleat on first.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 16/10 18 2 2 6 TOTAL 16/10 18 2 2 6

HIGH SCHOOL: Reshirted for Sonoma State in 2012...graduated from Mountain View High School. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the great soccer program, campus life, and academics.

HIGH SCHOOL: Redshirted for the Seawolves in 2012...graduated from Westview High School in San Diego. PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State because of the nice campus and great soccer team...would like to one day work with a professional sports team...is a fan of Liverpool FC, as well as the San Diego Padres and Chargers...lists Steven Gerrard as his favorite athlete...his most memorable sports moment was going to nationals with his U-17 club team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School, but also attended Capistrano Valley High School. PERSONAL: Would like to own his own restaurant one day...lists Didier Drogba as his favorite pro athlete and Chelsea as his favorite team...his most memorable sports moment was winning a club national championship in 2013 with West Coast FC.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Teroso High School...was an All-South Coast League selection as a senior. PERSONAL: Supports Manchester United and lists Paul Scholes and Robin Van Persie as his favorite athletes...always listens to music before training and games.

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OVERVIEW

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a redshirt for Sonoma State in 2012...graduated from Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton...played three years of varsity soccer for the Dons...named First Team All-League as a senior and Second Team as a junior...a two-time team MVP.

2012: Had an immediate impact as a freshman, starting 15 games on the Seawolves’ back line...the team allowed just 19 goals in the games he played in...earned an assist in Sonoma State’s 3-0 win over Menlo (10/24/12).

PERSONAL: Considers his family and coaches to be his biggest influence as an athlete...scoring a hat trick as a senior in high school is his most memorable sports moment...is 1/8th Native American...is a fan of Liverpool FC.

HIGH SCHOOL: Redshirted for Sonoma State in 2011...graduated from Cathedral Catholic High School in Del Mar...was an All-Conference and All-CIF performer for the Dons...helped lead team to a conference championship as well as a CIF championship...guided squad to a state runner-up finish. PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State because of the excellent academic and athletic programs...is a fan of John Terry and Chelsea FC...enjoys the TV show Wilfred.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 15/15 5 0 1 1 TOTAL 15/15 5 0 1 1

2012: Started all 15 games he appeared in as a junior...played a crucial role in the midfield...assisted on two goals, one in the season opener against Saint Martin’s (8/31/12) and another in the Seawolves’ win over Cal Poly Pomona (9/16/12)...attempted 15 shots on the year...took 29 corner kicks. 2011: Played in all 18 games for the Seawolves...started 14 times... posted three assists on the season...had assists in back-to-back games against Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/9/11) and Cal State Monterey Bay (10/14/11)...played all 110 minutes of Sonoma State’s 1-1 tie with eventual west region champion Cal State L.A. (10/7/11). 2010: Appeared in 20 of the team’s games, making nine starts...scored twice and assisted on four goals...all eight of his points came in CCAA play...scored his first goal in a 3-0 win over UC San Diego (9/19/10)...also credited with his first assist in the UC San Diego game (9/19/10)...had an important goal in Sonoma’s 2-1 win over Chico State (10/8/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Arrived on campus from nearby Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa...was an All-Empire selection as a junior and senior...named to All-North Bay League team his final two seasons, as well. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because it is close to home...is a fan of Andres Iniesta and Arsenal...his most memorable sports moment was scoring against Ghana when he went to England with the Disney All-Stars.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2010 20/9 25 2 4 8 2011 18/14 15 0 3 3 2012 15/15 15 0 2 2 TOTAL 53/38 55 2 9 13

2012: Filled the team’s No. 2 keeper role and made two starts...posted a shutout against Menlo (10/24/12) and gave up just one goal in the season finale agaisnt Cal State East Bay (10/30/12)...made six saves on the season. 2011: Served as a backup goalkeeper, but did not see any game action. HIGH SCHOOL: Joined the active roster after spending the 2010 season as a redshirt...graduated from Buchanan High School in Clovis. PERSONAL: Is the younger brother of Cory...lists his father as his biggest athletic influence...is a fan of Arsenal and Patrick Viera...a big fan of the San Francisco Giants as well, he considers their 2010 World Series championship his most memorable sports moment...his favorite opponent to play against is his brother.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS MIN GA GAA SV W-L-T SHO 2012 2/2 180:00 1 0.50 6 1-1-0 1 TOTAL 2/2 180:00 1 0.50 6 1-1-0 1

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OVERVIEW

2013 SEAWOLVES PERSONAL: Is a fan of Real Madrid and lists Marcelo as his favorite athlete...his most memorable sports moment was winning the Academy playoffs...would like to meet Brazilian midfielder Kaká.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2012 15/7 3 0 0 0 TOTAL 15/7 3 0 0 0

2012: The only member of the team to start all 18 games...was a crucial part of a defense that allowed just 21 goals all season long...rarely left the field, playing all 90 minutes in most games. 2011: Started all 18 games for the Seawolves as a sophomore, becoming just one of three Seawolves to accomplish the feat...played a central role on a defense that allowed just 23 goals over the course of the season...played at least 90 minutes in 16 of 18 games...his 1,697 minutes played were the most on the team. 2010: Saw a lot of playing time and showed a lot of promise during his freshman season..was a starter in 16 games and appeared in three others as a reserve...played a part in seven team shutouts...netted his first collegiate goal in a 4-0 rout over Humboldt State (10/22/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to the Seawolves from Oak Ridge High School...a four-year starter for the Trojans, Tennant earned First Team AllSierra Valley Conference honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior...was a national honor roll selection as well. PERSONAL: A fan of Chelsea FC, he lists basketball star Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete...his goal for this season is to win a national championship...his most memorable sports moment was winning the 2010 CCAA Championship.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2010 19/16 4 1 0 2 2011 18/18 0 0 0 0 2012 18/18 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 55/52 4 1 0 2

2012: Had a big junior season, raking in more awards and moving up the all-time goal scoring lists...named First Team All-CCAA and Second Team Daktronics All-West Region...battled injuries throughout the second half of the year, but still put up a team-leading nine goals and 21 points... had either the goal or assist on 12 of the team’s 26 scores...scored at least one goal in five of the team’s first six games...netted two goals in a 4-3 win over Cal State Monterey Bay (9/7/12)...led the team with four gamewinning goals...took a team-high 48 shots...moved into 6th on the school’s all-time goal scoring list with 31...also ranks 10th all-time with 70 points... 2011: Another big year that resulted in Second Team Daktronics and Third Team NSCAA All-West Region honors...also named First Team All-CCAA...led the team and ranked second in the conference with 12 goals...entered the season ranked 11th on the all-time goal scoring listwith 22...scored multiple goals in three consecutive games, September 11th through 18th...named CCAA Player of the Week for September 12th-18th...had three game-winning goals, all coming in one goal wins... attempted a team-high 71 shots. 2010: Turned in a tremendous rookie season that saw him earn CCAA Freshman of the Year honors...also named Second Team All-CCAA and Third Team NSCAA All-West Region...was a two-time CCAA Player of the Week...named All-Tournament at the CCAA Championship...tied for the team lead with 10 goals...ranked second with 24 points...led Sonoma with four game-winning goals and 63 shots attempted...fourth in the CCAA in goals and shots; fifth in points...scored his first and second collegiate goals in the same game, against Cal Poly Pomona (9/10/10)...also had two goals in a 3-1 win over Cal State Monterey Bay (10/31/10)...scored the goal that put Sonoma in the CCAA Championship game, an 89th minute strike against Cal State San Bernardino (11/5/10)...started 20 of the 21 games he appeared in. HIGH SCHOOL: Is a 2010 graduate of Analy High School in nearby Sebastopol...was a First Team All-Empire selection as a senior...earned a 3.75 GPA in high school.

2012: Had a very promising freshman season, starting seven games and appearing in eight others as a reserve...made the start in his first collegiate game, opening day against Saint Martin’s (8/31/12)...a key to the team’s solid defense. HIGH SCHOOL: Spent 2011 as a redshirt for Sonoma State...graduated from Animo Leadership Charter High School in Inglewood...was an All-CIF Southern Section First Team selection...named Harbor League Defensive Player of the Year.

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PERSONAL: His biggest sports thrill was playing on the U-20 National Team...loves to take the field against Chico State and Cal State Dominguez Hills...is a fan of the San Francisco Giants...lists Lionel Messi as his favorite athlete.

Career Statistics

YR G/GS SH GL AST PTS 2010 21/20 63 10 4 24 2011 17/16 71 12 1 25 2012 16/12 48 9 3 21 TOTAL 54/48 182 31 8 70


2012 STATS ## PLAYER

REVIEW

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SH%

SOG SOG% YC-RC GW PK-ATT

20 VARNADORE, Taylor

16-12

9

3

21

48

.188

20

.417

4-0

4

1-1

12 FRAME, Brenton

17-5

4

0

8

14

.286

10

.714

1-0

0

0-0

22 GLOVER, Aaron

18-8

3

1

7

21

.143

10

.476

3-0

2

0-0

15 PIHL, Chris

16-10

2

2

6

18

.111

6

.333

0-0

1

0-0

9 DAVILA, Kelly

16-7

2

2

6

17

.118

6

.353

1-1

0

1-1

19 TEJAN, Jomed

18-15

1

4

6

15

.067

2

.133

2-0

0

0-0

7 ARROYO, Michel

18-15

1

3

5

11

.091

4

.364

4-0

1

0-0

18 ANGEL, Brian

14-11

1

2

4

14

.071

2

.143

2-0

0

1-1

6 TAUFER, Cory

17-14

1

1

3

10

.100

1

.100

2-1

0

1-1

14 PEREZ, Anders

15-0

1

0

2

8

.125

1

.125

0-0

0

0-0

11 FILIPCZYK, Evan

15-9

1

0

2

7

.143

1

.143

1-0

0

0-0

10 SPANN, Nico

15-15

0

2

2

15

.000

5

.333

1-0

0

0-0

3 STAFFORD, Dylan

15-15

0

1

1

5

.000

1

.200

1-1

0

0-0

4 LEAVER, Cam

14-8

0

1

1

1

.000

0

.000

3-1

0

0-0

17 DIB, Anthony

14-1

0

0

0

10

.000

4

.400

0-0

0

0-0

13 MATHERS, Graeme

11-1

0

0

0

4

.000

1

.250

0-0

0

0-0

16 THEOBALD, Daniel

15-7

0

0

0

3

.000

0

.000

0-0

0

0-0

5 BECERRIL, Frank

15-9

0

0

0

2

.000

0

.000

0-0

0

0-0

2 TENNANT, Trevor

18-18

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

3-0

0

0-0

TOTAL

18

26

22

74

223

.117

74

.332

31-4

8

4-4

OPPONENTS

18

21

24

66

204

.103

77

.377

44-3

8

1-1

GP-GS

MIN

GA

GAAVG

SV

SV PCT.

W

L

T

SHO

SF

2-2

180:00

1

0.50

6

.857

1

1

0

1.0

23

16-16 1490:27 20

1.21

49

.710

7

7

2

5.0

180

0

0.00

1

1.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

## PLAYER 24 TAUFER, Sean 1 DIAZ, Beau TM TEAM

0-0

0:00

TOTAL

18

1670:27 21

1.13

56

.727

8

8

2

6

203

OPPONENTS

18

1670:27 26

1.40

48

.649

8

8

2

4

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2012 REVIEW

REVIEW

2012 Results

2012 CCAA Standings

DATE OPPONENT

W T L SCORE

NORTH DIVISION

W

8/31

vs. Saint Martin’s

W

4-0

Chico State

8 1 5

29

9 3 6

9/2

at Grand Canyon L

1-2

Cal State Stanislaus

7

24

12 5

9/7

at Cal State Monterey Bay

W

4-3

SONOMA STATE

6 6 2

20

8 8 2

9/9

at Cal State East Bay

W

1-0

Cal State East Bay

2

7

5

11

5

9/14

San Francisco State

W

2-0

Cal State Monterey Bay

3

11

0

9

3 12 0

9/16

Cal Poly Pomona

W

1-0

9/21

Chico State L

0-1

SOUTH DIVISION

W

L

T

PTS

W

L

T

9/23

Cal State Stanislaus T

1-1

Cal State L.A.

10

2

3

33

11

4

5

9/30

at Chico State T

1-1

Cal State Dominguez Hills 10

5

0

30

10 6

2

10/5

at UC San Diego L

0-2

UC San Diego

8

3

4

28

9

4

4

10/7

at Cal State San Bernardino L

1-2

Cal State San Bernardino

5

5

5

20

5

5

7

10/11

Cal State East Bay

W

1-0

San Francisco State

3

8

4

13

4 10 4

10/13

Cal State Monterey Bay L

0-1

Cal Poly Pomona

1

11

3

6

3

10/19

at CSU Dominguez Hills L

2-3

10/21

at Cal State L.A. L

1-2

10/24 Menlo

W

3-0

10/28

at Cal State Stanislaus

W

3-2

10/30

at Cal State East Bay L

0-1

L 4

T 3

PTS

W

L

8

T 3 5

11 3

2012 All-CCAA Teams FIRST TEAM GK: Tanner Olinger (CSUSB). F: Rosario Bras (CSULA); Antti Arvola (CSULA); Taylor Varnadore (SSU). MF: Jio Santana (CSUDH); Ricardo Velasco (CSUSB); Michel Arroyo (SSU); Juan Ochoa (CSULA); Micah Miranda (CSUC). D: Alec Arsht (UCSD); Jordan Hatanaka (CSUDH); Lee Nishanian (CSUSB). SECOND TEAM GK: Josh Cohen (UCSD). F: Miguel Vazquez (CSUDH); Aaron Salazar (CSUDH); Akwafei Ajeakwa (CSUC). MF: Octavio Guzman (CSUC); Andisheh Bagheri (UCSD); Abraham Gomez (CPP). D: Mike Janjigian (CSUC); Tony Alfaro (CSUDH); Gavin Lamming (UCSD). HONORABLE MENTION GK: Clint Long (CSUS); Evan Drake (CSUMB) F: Halil Tozar (CSULA); Evan Walker (UCSD); Nolan Holdridge (CSUS). MF: Luis Martinez (CSUC); Cory Taufer (SSU); Rey Suarez (CSUEB). D: Kyle Cadigan (CSUS); Andy Lopez (CSULA); Jake Ward (CSUC); Tino Baeuerle (CSUEB). MOST VALUABLE OFFENSIVE PLAYER Antti Arvola, Cal State L.A.

MICHEL ARROYO HAS BEEN AN All-CCAA SELECTION IN EACH OF HIS 2 SEASONS WITH THE SEAWOLVES.

MOST VALUABLE DEFENSIVE PLAYER Josh Cohen, UC San Diego FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Ricardo Velasco, Cal St. San Bernardino NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Akwafei Ajeakwa, Chico State Aaron Salazar, Cal State Dominguez Hills COACH OF THE YEAR Jon Pascale, UC San Diego

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ALl-TIME HONORS 1983 1984 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

First Team All-Conference

Yousef Bidaki Yousef Bidaki Keith Farrell Steve Bryant Keith Farrell Dave Kaufman Andrew Ziemer Benjamin Ziemer Eric Cunningham Randy Dedni Eric Cunningham Randy Dedini Jeremy Sweet Juan Lojas Trevor White Ethan Miller-Bazemore Jeremy Sweet Andrew Huff Cary Knowlton Ethan 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 Brook Johnson Cory Taufer Ryan Hall Michel Arroyo Trevor Hurst Cory Taufer Taylor Varnadore Michel Arroyo Taylor Varnadore

1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Second Team All-Conference

Carlos Perez Marcus Ziemer Mike Humphrey Robert Moulton Carlos Perez Paul Huberty Rick Hewko Rick Barquero Nassau Seleck Chris Davini Christopher Ziemer Grayson Pauly Shane Watkins Roman Ritz Pat Uriz Juan Arias Eddie Breeden Ethan 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 Trevor Hurst Cam Vickers David Holleran Trevor Hurst Taylor Varnadore Taylor Jones

Honorable Mention All-Conference

1983 1986 1987 1988 1989

Keith Jensen Jihad Eid James Emerick James Hitcher Ken Westley Peter Bolin Nassau Selek Sal Vitali Scott Hughes Brian Heakok Dave Schaffer Dan Bell Paul Huberty Tim Farrell

1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2012

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 Stuart Gallant Ryan Hall Ebby Lombardi Cory Taufer

NCAC Player of the Year

1991 1995 1996 1997

Andrew Ziemer Jeremy Sweet Ethan Miller-Bazemore Christopher Ziemer

CCAA Player of the Year

2006 2007

Andrew Bailey Andrew Bailey

CCAA Offensive Player of the Year

2008

Ross Middlemiss

CCAA Freshman of the Year

2010 2011

Taylor Varnadore Michel Arroyo

NSCAA All-West Region

1990 1991 1992 1993

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)

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

HISTORY Roman Ritz (2) Eth. Miller-Bazemore (2) Jeremy Sweet (1) Trevor White (2) Eth. Miller-Bazemore (1) Andrew Huff (1) Cary Knowlton (3) Christopher Ziemer (1) Trevor White (2) Joe Chiodo (3) Christopher Ziemer (2) Joel Heffren (2) 2000 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) Brook Johnson (2) Cory Taufer (2) Ryan Hall (3) Trevor Hurst (3) Cam Vickers (3) Ryan Hall (1) Trevor Hurst (1) Taylor Varnadore (3) Cam Vickers (3) Taylor Varnadore (3) Taylor Varnadore (2)

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ALL-TIME HONORS

HISTORY

Daktronics All-West Region

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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) Stuart Gallant (1) Ryan Hall (1) Brook Johnson (1) Cory Taufer (2) Ryan Hall (1) Cam Vickers (2) Michel Arroyo (1) Cory Taufer (1) Taylor Varnadore (2) Taylor Varnadore (2)

Daktronics West Region Player of the Year 2006 2007 2008

1990 1991 1993 1995 2002 2006 2007 2008

2006 2007 2008 2010

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Andrew Bailey Andrew Bailey Ross Middlemiss

NSCAA All-America

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-America

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

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CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII

1998 2006 2007 2008 2009

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

CoSIDA Academic All-America

2006 2008

Brett Cook Ross Middlemiss

CCAA ScholarAthlete of the Year

1998

Christopher Ziemer

NCAC Coach of the Year

1991 1993 1997

Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer

CCAA Coach of the Year

2002 2006 2007

1998 1996 1997 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012

Conference Player of the Week

Christopher Ziemer Ethan Miller-Bazemore (9/16) Hans Gratzer (10/14) Ethan Miller-Bazemore (10/21) Joe Chiodo (10/6) Christopher Ziemer (11/3) 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 Middlemiss (10/12) Andrew Bailey (10/19) Eric Lafon (11/2) Taylor Varnadore (9/12) Trevor Hurst (10/10) Trevor Hurst (9/12) Taylor Varnadore (9/19) Taylor Varnadore (9/17)

Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer

NSCAA West Region Coach of the Year

2002 2007

Marcus Ziemer Marcus Ziemer

NSCAA National Coach of the Year

2002

Marcus Ziemer

ANDREW BAILEY IS SONOMA STATE’S ALL-TIME SCORING LEADER.


YEARLY LEADERS Goals

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Taylor Jones.....................9 Trevor Hurst...................10 Taylor Varnadore............10 Taylor Varnadore............12 Taylor Varnadore..............9

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Cam Vickers.....................9 Cam Vickers...................12 Trevor Hurst.....................9 Jomed Tejan.....................4

Assists

Points

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Taylor Jones...................15 Cam Vickers...................15 Trevor Hurst...................27 Taylor Varnadore............25 Taylor Varnadore............21

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Trevor Hurst...................56 Taylor Varnadore............63 Taylor Varnadore............71 Taylor Varnadore............48

Shots

Game-Winning Goals

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Taylor Jones.....................3 Taylor Varnadore..............4 Taylor Varnadore..............3 Taylor Varnadore..............4

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Nuñez..................76 Dominik Jakubek..........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 Brook Johnson.............101 Juan Sosa......................54 Taylor Jones...................37 Beau Diaz.......................49

Saves

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

HISTORY Shutouts

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 Nuñez....................2 Javier Nuñez....................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 Brook Johnson.................8 Juan Sosa........................7 Andrew Ball......................4 Beau Diaz.........................5

MATT BERNARD HELPED LEAD THE SEAWOLVES TO A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2002.

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SEASON COMPARISONS

YEAR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 0-5-0 1-5-0 2-5-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 6-7-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 1-1-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 2-3-1 3-3-1 4-3-1 5-3-1 6-3-1 7-3-1 8-3-1 9-3-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-1 0-3-1 0-4-1 1-4-1 1-5-1 1-5-2 1-6-2 2-6-2 2-7-2 2-8-2 3-8-2 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 3-5-1 3-6-1 3-7-1 3-7-2 3-8-2 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 0-5-0 1-5-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 2-10-0 2-11-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 3-9-0 3-10-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 2-10-0 2-11-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-1 0-3-1 0-4-1 0-4-2 0-5-2 0-6-2 0-7-2 1-7-2 1-8-2 2-8-2 2-8-3 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 0-5-0 0-6-0 0-7-0 0-8-0 0-9-0 0-10-0 1-10-0 2-10-0 3-10-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 7-3-0 8-3-0 9-3-0 10-3-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-1 2-1-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 5-1-1 5-2-1 6-2-1 6-2-2 7-2-2 8-2-2 9-2-2 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-3-2 1-4-2 2-4-2 3-4-2 4-4-2 5-4-2 6-4-2 6-5-2 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 6-0-0 7-0-0 8-0-0 9-0-0 9-1-0 10-1-0 11-1-0 12-1-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-1 2-1-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 5-1-1 5-2-1 5-3-1 5-4-1 5-5-1 6-5-1 7-5-1 0-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-4-1 2-4-1 3-4-1 4-4-1 5-4-1 6-4-1 6-5-1 7-5-1 0-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-1 2-1-1 3-1-1 3-2-1 4-2-1 4-3-1 4-4-1 5-4-1 6-4-1 7-4-1 8-4-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-3-1 2-3-1 2-4-1 2-5-1 3-5-1 4-5-1 5-5-1 6-5-1 7-5-1 0-1-0 0-1-1 0-2-1 0-3-1 0-3-2 0-4-2 0-5-2 1-5-2 2-5-2 2-6-2 3-6-2 4-6-2 5-6-2 0-0-1 0-1-1 0-2-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 2-3-1 2-3-2 2-4-2 3-4-2 4-4-2 4-5-2 5-5-2 6-5-2 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-1 2-1-1 2-1-2 3-1-2 4-1-2 5-1-2 6-1-2 6-2-2 6-3-2 7-3-2 8-3-2 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 2-1-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 5-1-1 5-2-1 6-2-1 7-2-1 8-2-1 9-2-1 9-3-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 6-0-0 7-0-0 8-0-0 9-0-0 10-0-0 10-1-0 11-1-0 11-2-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 5-3-0 5-4-0 5-5-0 5-6-0 5-6-1 5-7-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-1 3-0-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 4-2-1 4-3-1 5-3-1 6-3-1 6-3-2 7-3-2 7-4-2 0-0-1 0-1-1 0-2-1 1-2-1 2-2-1 2-3-1 3-3-1 3-4-1 3-5-1 3-6-1 4-6-1 5-6-1 6-6-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 7-3-0 8-3-0 9-3-0 9-4-0 0-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-0 1-2-1 2-2-1 3-2-1 4-2-1 5-2-1 6-2-1 7-2-1 8-2-1 9-2-1 10-2-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 7-1-1 7-1-2 8-1-2 9-1-2 9-2-2 1-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-1 3-0-1 4-0-1 4-0-2 5-0-2 6-0-2 7-0-2 8-0-2 9-0-2 10-0-2 10-1-2 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 6-4-0 7-4-0 8-4-0 8-4-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 6-4-0 6-4-1 7-4-1 8-4-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 5-2-1 5-2-2 5-3-2 5-4-2 6-4-2 6-5-2

YEAR 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

1981 7-7-0 7-7-1 8-7-1 8-7-2 9-7-2 1982 10-3-1 11-3-1 12-3-1 1983 3-8-3 3-8-4 3-9-4 3-10-4 4-10-4 1984 4-8-2 5-8-2 5-9-2 5-10-2 6-10-2 6-11-2 1985 2-12-0 3-12-0 3-13-0 3-13-1 4-13-1 5-13-1 1986 3-11-0 3-12-0 3-13-0 3-14-0 3-15-0 3-16-0 1987 2-12-0 2-13-0 2-14-0 2-15-0 3-15-0 4-15-0 1988 2-9-3 2-10-3 2-11-3 2-12-3 2-13-3 2-14-3 3-14-3 4-14-3 4-14-4 1989 3-10-1 4-10-1 4-11-1 4-12-1 4-13-1 4-14-1 5-14-1 6-14-1 1990 11-3-0 11-3-1 12-3-1 13-3-1 14-3-1 15-3-1 16-3-1 17-3-1 18-3-1 18-4-1 1991 9-3-2 10-3-2 11-3-2 12-3-2 13-3-2 14-3-2 15-3-2 16-3-2 17-3-2 18-3-2 18-4-2 1992 7-5-2 8-5-2 8-6-2 8-7-2 9-7-2 10-7-2 11-7-2 1993 13-1-0 14-1-0 15-1-0 15-1-1 16-1-1 16-1-2 16-2-2 17-2-2 17-3-2 1994 7-5-2 8-5-2 8-6-2 8-7-2 9-7-2 10-7-2 11-7-2 1995 8-5-1 9-5-1 10-5-1 11-5-1 12-5-1 13-5-1 14-5-1 1996 9-4-1 10-4-1 10-5-1 11-5-1 12-5-1 13-5-1 13-5-2 1997 8-5-1 8-6-1 9-6-1 10-6-1 11-6-1 11-7-1 12-7-1 1998 5-7-2 5-8-2 6-8-2 7-8-2 8-8-2 8-9-2 1999 6-6-2 7-6-2 8-6-2 8-7-2 9-7-2 10-7-2 10-8-2 2000 9-3-2 10-3-2 11-3-2 11-4-2 12-4-2 13-4-2 13-4-3 14-4-3 14-5-3 15-5-3 15-6-3 2001 9-4-1 10-4-1 10-5-1 10-6-1 11-6-1 12-6-1 12-7-1 2002 12-2-0 13-2-0 13-3-0 14-3-0 15-3-0 16-3-0 16-4-0 17-4-0 18-4-0 19-4-0 20-4-0 2003 5-7-2 5-8-2 6-8-2 7-8-2 7-9-2 8-9-2 9-9-2 2004 7-5-2 8-5-2 8-6-2 9-6-2 10-6-2 11-6-2 12-6-2 12-7-2 2005 7-6-1 7-6-2 8-6-2 8-7-2 9-7-2 9-8-2 10-8-2 11-8-2 12-8-2 12-9-2 2006 10-4-0 11-4-0 11-5-0 12-5-0 13-5-0 13-5-1 14-5-1 14-6-1 2007 11-2-1 12-2-1 13-2-1 14-2-1 15-2-1 16-2-1 17-2-1 18-2-1 18-3-1 19-3-1 19-3-2 19-3-3 2008 10-2-2 11-2-2 12-2-2 13-2-2 14-2-2 15-2-2 16-2-2 17-2-2 18-2-2 18-2-3 18-2-4 2009 11-1-2 11-2-2 12-2-2 13-2-2 13-3-2 13-3-3 13-3-4 14-3-4 14-4-4 14-5-4 2010 8-5-1 9-5-1 10-5-1 11-5-1 12-5-1 13-5-1 14-5-1 14-6-1 2011 9-4-1 9-4-2 9-5-2 9-5-3 9-6-3 2012 6-6-2 6-7-2 7-7-2 8-7-2 8-8-2 Best record in bold; determined by 3 (win), 1 (tie), 0 (loss) formula.

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RECORDS Career Goals

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

Andrew Bailey (2004-08..........................52 Andrew Ziemer (1990-91).......................44 Nathan Medina (2005-08).......................39 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)...........34 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)...................33 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)..............31 Joel Heffren (1997-00)............................29 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08).....................29 Tony Bussard (1999-02)..........................28 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)......25

1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Andrew Ziemer (1990-91)....................0.93 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)........0.57 Andrew Bailey (2004-08)......................0.57 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)...........0.57 Nathan Medina (2005-08)....................0.42 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)..................0.40 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 05)................0.38 Juan Lojas (1994-95)...........................0.38 Eddie Breeden (1994-95, 00)...............0.37 Joel Heffren (1997-00).........................0.35 Tony Bussard (1999-02).......................0.35

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

Eric Lafon (2005-08)................................33 Cam Vickers (2008-10)...........................31 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)......30 Joel Heffren (1997-00 )...........................26 Andrew Ziemer (1990-91).......................25 Andrew Bailey (2004-08).........................22 Benjamin Ziemer (1990-91).....................21 Trevor Hurst (2009-11)............................21 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)...................19 Tony Bussard (1999-02)..........................18

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

Andrew Ziemer (1990-91)....................0.53 Cam Vickers (2008-10)........................0.46 Benjamin Ziemer (1990-91)..................0.45 Juan Lojas (1994-95)...........................0.41 Eric Lafon (2005-08..............................0.40 Roman Ritz (1992-93)..........................0.36 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)......0.35 Trevor Hurst (2009-11).........................0.34 Shani Simpson (1992-93).....................0.31 Joel Heffren (1997-00).........................0.31

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

Andrew Bailey (2004-08).......................126 Andrew Ziemer (1990-91).....................113 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)......80 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08).....................75 Tony Bussard (1999-02)..........................74 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)..............70

Career Goals Per Game

Career Assists

Career Assists Per Game

Career Points

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

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

Career Points Per Game

Andrew Ziemer (1990-91)....................2.68 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)........1.39 Andrew Bailey (2004-08)......................1.37 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)...........1.30 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)..................1.04 Joel Heffren (1997-00).........................1.02 Nathan Medina (2005-08)....................1.02 Jeremy Sweet (1991-93, 95)................0.99 Eddie Breeden (1994-95, 00)...............0.94 Christopher Ziemer (1990-91, 97-98)...0.93 Tony Bussard (1999-02).......................0.93 Trevor Hurst (2009-11).........................0.93

Career Shots (since 1995)

Andrew Bailey (2004-08).......................254 Nathan Medina (2005-08).....................253 Tony Bussard (1999-02)........................211 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)............182 Joel Heffren (1997-00)..........................154 Brian Coyne (2001-04)..........................154 Tim Maycock (2002-05).........................151 Brandon Boone (2001-03).....................148 Trevor Hurst (2009-11)..........................146 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96).........143

Career Shots Per Game (since 1995)

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

TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)...........3.37 Andrew Bailey (2004-08)......................2.76 Nathan Medina (2005-08)....................2.75 Tony Bussard (1999-02)...................... 2.64 Joel Heffren (1997-00).........................2.48 Brandon Boone (2001-03)....................2.47 Trevor Hurst (2009-11).........................2.39 Brian Coyne (2001-04).........................2.00 Chad Smith (2002-03)..........................2.00 Ross Middlemiss (2005-08)..................1.90

1. 2. 3. 7. 8.

Career GW Goals (since 1992) 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 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)..............11 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-96)...........10 Brandon Boone (2001-03).........................7 Brian Coyne (2001-04)..............................7 Tim Maycock (2002-05).............................7

HISTORY

Career Multi-Goal Games (since 1992)

1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Andrew Bailey (2004-08).........................10 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1993-95).............7 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010-)................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

1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

Andrew Bailey (2004-08).........................92 Nathan Medina (2005-08).......................92 Mark Wiedeman (2005-08)......................91 Cody Ericson (2003-07)..........................89 Ryan Smith (1999-02)............................ 88 Steven Browne (2004-07).......................88 Eric Larson (2004-07)..............................88 Scott Preckwinkle (2005-08)...................87 Chris Daly (2001-04)...............................85 Tim Maycock (2002-05)...........................85 Brett Cook (2003-06)...............................85

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

Brook Johnson (2006-09)........................32 Dave Kaufman (1989-91)........................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 Nuñez (1998-99).............................7 Dominik Jakubek (2000)............................7 Juan Sosa (2008, 10)................................7

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

Brook Johnson (2006-09)......................261 Dave Kaufman (1989-91)......................231 Clark Rupp (2003-06)............................225 Mike Jones (1994-95)............................224 Matt Bernard (2001-03).........................203 Randy Dedini (1992-93)........................157 Dominik Jakubek (2000)........................127 Hans Gratzer (1994-96)........................123 Javier Nuñez (1998-99).........................112 Karey Starr (1995, 97).............................69

Career Games Played

Career Shutouts

Career Saves

Career Goals Against Avg. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(minimum 2 years & 1,000 minutes) Randy Dedini (1992-93).......................0.75 Dave Kaufman (1989-91).....................0.76 Brook Johnson (2006-09).....................0.84 Taylor Jones (2007-09, 11)...................1.03 Clark Rupp (2003-06)...........................1.04 Hans Gratzer (1994-96).......................1.05 Matt Bernard (2001-03)........................1.12 Karey Starr (1995, 97)..........................1.21 Juan Sosa (2008, 10)...........................1.25 Javier Nuñez (1998-99)........................1.27

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Career Minutes In Goal

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

Brook Johnson (2006-09)...................7,153 Matt Bernard (2001-03)......................5,004 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 Nuñez (1998-99)......................2,556 Hans Gratzer (1994-96).....................2,306 Dominik Jakubek (2000).....................2,276 Karey Starr (1995, 97)........................1,412

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

Andrew Ziemer (1991).............................28 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)................21 Andrew Bailey (2007)..............................18 Ross Middlemiss (2008)..........................18 Andrew Ziemer (1990).............................16 Jeremy Sweet (1995)..............................15 Jeremy Sweet (1993)..............................14 Nathan Medina (2005).............................14 Andrew Bailey (2004)..............................13 Andrew Bailey(2006)...............................13 Nathan Medina (2007).............................13

1. 2. 5.

Eric Lafon (2008).....................................15 Christopher Ziemer (1990)......................13 Andrew Ziemer (1991).............................13 Roman Ritz (1993)..................................13 Benjamin Ziemer (1990)..........................12 Andrew Ziemer (1990).............................12 Christopher Ziemer (1991)......................12 Tony Bussard (2002)...............................12 Michael Nathan (2004)............................12 Cam Vickers (2010).................................12

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

Andrew Ziemer (1991).............................69 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)................48 Ross Middlemiss (2008)..........................45 Andrew Ziemer (1990).............................44 Andrew Bailey (2007)..............................42 Jeremy Sweet (1995)..............................37 Christopher Ziemer (1990)......................35 Jeremy Sweet (1993)..............................33 Joel Heffren (2000)..................................33 Tony Bussard (2002)...............................32

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

Season Shots (since 1995) Andrew Bailey (2007)..............................93 Ross Middlemiss (2008)..........................89 Tony Bussard (2002)...............................86 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1996)................75 Chad Smith (2003)..................................72 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2011)...............71 Nathan Medina (2005).............................69 Nathan Medina (2007).............................69 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1995)................68 Jeremy Sweet (1995)..............................67

Season Goals

Season Assists

Season Points

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Season GW Goals (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

Season Multi-Goal Games (since ‘92)

1. 2. 5.

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 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010).................3 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2011).................3

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

Randy Dedini (1993)...............................14 Dave Kaufman (1991).............................12 Brook Johnson (2008).............................11 Hans Gratzer (1996)................................10 Brook Johnson (2007).............................10 Clark Rupp (2004).....................................8 Brook Johnson (2009)...............................8 Randy Dedini (1992).................................7 Dominik Jakubek (2000)............................7 Clark Rupp (2005).....................................7 Taylor Varnadore (2010)............................7

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

Mike Jones (1995).................................133 Dominik Jakubek (2000)........................127 Clark Rupp (2005).................................101 Brook Johnson (2009)...........................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

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

ETHAN MILLERBAZEMORE SCORED 21 GOALS FOR SONOMA STATE IN 1996.

Season Shutouts

Season Saves

Season Goals Against Avg.

Brook Johnson (2008)..........................0.62 Randy Dedini (1993)............................0.65 Dave Kaufman (1991)..........................0.70 Brook Johnson (2007)..........................0.74 Taylor Jones (2011)..............................0.78 Dave Kaufman (1990)..........................0.82 Randy Dedini (1992)............................0.88 Brook Johnson (2009)..........................0.90 Clark Rupp (2006)................................0.92 Dominik Jakubek (2000).......................0.95

EriC LAFON IS SONOMA STATE’S ALL-TIME LEADER IN ASSISTS WITH 33.


RECORDS Team Season Records

Goals................................................... 64 (1991) Assists................................................. 73 (2007) Points................................................ 197 (2007) Shots................................................. 489 (2007) Saves................................................ 140 (1995) Shutouts.............................................. 14 (1993) Wins .................................................... 20 (2002) Losses................................................. 16 (1986) Consecutive Wins................................ 17 (2007)

Single Game Goals

Ross Middlemiss (10/10/08)..............................4 Andrew Ziemer (11/24/91).................................3 Shane Watkins (9/7/92).....................................3 Jeremy Sweet (9/21/93.....................................3 Joel Heffren (10/26/99)......................................3 Eddie Breeden (10/6/00)...................................3 Tony Bussard (11/16/92)....................................3 Tim Maycock (8/29/04)......................................3 Nathan Medina (10/16/05).................................3 Andrew Bailey (9/1/07)......................................3 Andrew Bailey (9/30/07)....................................3 Ross Middlemiss (8/28/08)................................3 Andrew Bailey (10/19/08)..................................3 Justin Ferreira (9/16/11)....................................3

Single Game Assists

Roman Ritz (10/16/93)......................................3 Juan Lojas (11/2/94)..........................................3 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (10/19/96)....................3 Joel Heffren (10/6/00)........................................3 Mark Wiedeman (10/3/08).................................3 Nathan Medina (10/24/08).................................3 Eric Lafon (10/31/08).........................................3 Cam Vickers (9/10/10).......................................3

CATEGORY Goals Shots Fewest Opponent Shots Margin of Victory

CATEGORY Andrew Bailey Ethan Miller-Bazemore Brian Coyne Brian Coyne

ROSS MIDDLEMISS SCORED A SCHOOlRECORD 4 GOALS IN A SINGLE GAME.

Team Game Records

NO OPPONENT 9 Three times- last time vs. Cal State East Bay, 9/16/11 42 vs. Notre Dame de Namur, 10/13/92 3 vs. Truman State, 9/7/92 9 Two times - last time vs. Cal State East Bay, 9/16/11

Quickest Goal To Start A Game

TIME OPPONENT 0:13 vs. Cal State Monterey Bay, 10/29/04 0:18 vs. Humboldt State, 10/22/95 0:33 vs. San Francisco State, 11/1/03 0:42 vs. San Francisco State, 9/22/04

Quickest Goal To Start A Game (Opponent)

CATEGORY Micah Kaplan

TIME SCHOOL 0:45 Grand Canyon, 8/28/05

Class Records Freshman Goals

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Nathan Medina (2005)......................... 14 Andrew Bailey (2004).......................... 13 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2010)........... 10 Eddie Breeden (1994)........................... 9 Shane Watkins (1992)........................... 8

1. 2. 4. 5.

Christopher Ziemer (1990).................. 13 Eddie Breeden (1994)......................... 10 Cam Vickers (2008)............................. 10 Ryan Smith (1996)................................ 7 Shane Watkins (1992)........................... 6

1. 2. 2. 4.

Andrew Bailey (2006).......................... 13 TAYLOR VARNADORE (2011)........... 12 Juan Lojas (1994).................................11 Brandon Boone (2002).........................11 Joel Heffren (1998).............................. 10 Brian Coyne (2002)............................. 10

1. 2. 3.

Christopher Ziemer (1991).................. 12 Cam Vickers (2009)............................... 9 Shani Simpson (1993)........................... 8 Juan Lojas (1994).................................. 8 Joel Heffren (1998)................................ 8

Single Game Saves

Dominik Jakubek (10/6/00)..............................22

HISTORY

Freshman Assists

Sophomore Goals

Sophomore Assists

Junior Goals

1. 2. 4. 5.

Andrew Bailey (2007).......................... 18 Andrew Ziemer (1990)......................... 16 Jeremy Sweet (1993).......................... 14 Nathan Medina (2007)......................... 13 Ethan Miller-Bazemore (1995).............11

1. 3. 4. 5.

Andrew Ziemer (1990)......................... 12 Eric Lafon (2007)................................ 12 Cam Vickers (2010)............................. 12 Benjamin Ziemer (1990)...................... 11 Juan Lojas (1994).................................. 8 Ross Middlemiss (2007)....................... 8

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

1. 2. 4.

Eric Lafon (2008)................................. 15 Andrew Ziemer (1991)......................... 13 Roman Ritz (1993).............................. 13 Tony Bussard (2002)........................... 12 Michael Nathan (2004)........................ 12

Junior Assists

Senior Goals

Senior Assists

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HISTORY

NCAA Championship Tournament (10-6-3 All-Time) YEAR SITE

OPPONENT

1990 1991 1993 2002 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010

Cal State Bakersfield W 3-2 (2ot) n/a Seattle Pacific L 0-1 -- Oakland W 2-2 (pk) A. Ziemer (2) Missouri-St. Louis W 3-1 A. Ziemer (3) Cal Poly SLO W 2-1 n/a Florida Tech L 1-5 n/a Cal Poly SLO W 2-0 Sweet, Cunningham Seattle Pacific L 0-4 Cal State Dominguez Hills W 3-2 (2ot) Bussard (3) Midwestern State W 3-0 Maycock (2), Bussard Central Arkansas W 2-1 (2ot) Doran, Boone Southern New Hampshire W 4-3 Coyne, Boone, Nathan, Bussard Seattle Pacific L 0-2 n/a Seattle W 2-0 Preckwinkle (2) Cal State Dominguez Hills T 1-1 (w-pk) Middlemiss Midwestern State T 2-2 (l-pk) Bailey, Medina Cal State L.A. T 1-1 (l-pk) Vickers Cal State Dominguez Hills L 0-3 -- Chico State L 0-2 --

Bakersfield, CA Seattle, WA Rochester, MI St. Louis, MO Melbourne, FL Melbourne, FL Rohnert Park, CA Seattle, WA Carson, CA Rohnert Park, CA Virginia Beach, VA Virginia Beach, VA Carson, CA Carson, CA Carson, CA Wichita Falls, TX Carson, CA Los Angeles, CA Chico, CA

W T L

SCORE

CCAA Championship Tournament (8-7-1 All-Time) YEAR SITE

OPPONENT

2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

UC San Diego W Cal State Dominguez Hills L Cal State Dominguez Hills L Cal State Bakersfield L Cal State Dominguez Hills L UC San Diego W Cal State Dominguez Hills W Cal State Dominguez Hills L Cal State L.A. W Cal State Dominguez Hills L Cal State L.A. W Cal State Dominguez Hills T Cal State L.A. W Cal State Dominguez Hills L Cal State San Bernardino W Cal State Dominguez Hills W

Carson, CA Carson, CA Carson, CA Petaluma, CA Carson, CA Turlock, CA Turlock, CA La Jolla, CA Carson, CA Carson, CA La Jolla, CA La Jolla, CA Turlock, CA Turlock, CA Turlock, CA Turlock, CA

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SCORE

4-1 1-3 0-3 2-2 (pk) 2-4 3-1 1-0 (2ot) 1-2 (2ot) 2-0 0-1 2-1 0-0 (w-pk) 1-0 2-3 (2ot) 1-0 1-0

GOAL(S)

GOAL(S) Bussard (2), Cox, D. Boone Cox -- Coyne, Nathan Bailey, Coyne Larson (2), Seidel Morrow Bailey Bailey, Travis -- Medina, Middlemiss -- Jones Langwith (2) Varnadore Vickers

Postseason Records NCAA Tournament Goals (Single Game)

Andrew Ziemer (11/24/91)............3 Tony Bussard (11/16/02)...............3

Goals (Single Tourn.)

Andrew Ziemer (1991)..................6

Goals (All-Time)

Andrew Ziemer ............................8

CCAA Tournament Goals (Single Game)

Tony Bussard (11/3/00).................2 Eric Larson (11/4/05)....................2 BenAndrew Langwith (11/8/09).................2 Ziemer

Goals (Single Tourn.)

Tony Bussard (2000)....................2 Eric Larson (2005)........................2 Ben Langwith (20009)..................2

Goals (All-Time)

Tony Bussard................................2 Brian Coyne..................................2 Eric Larson...................................2 Andrew Bailey..............................2 Ben Langwith................................2


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1981

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 9-7-2, 9-1-2 9/17 at Stanford L 0-16 at Sacramento State L 0-4 9/25 St. Mary’s L 1-2 at Pacific L 0-6 at Fresno State L 1-2 10/7 C. of Notre Dame* W 3-1 10/10 Dominican* W 3-0 10/15 UC Santa Cruz* W 2-1 10/17 at Cal Maritime* W 4-1 10/21 at Menlo* L 0-1 10/24 at Cogswell* W 4-2 10/29 at Cal St. Stanislaus L 0-3 10/31 at C. of Notre Dame* W 1-0 11/4 at Dominican* W 2-1 11/7 at UC Santa Cruz* T 2-2 11/11 Cal Maritime* W 4-0 11/13 Menlo* T 0-0 11/18 Cogswell* W 2-0

1982

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 12-3-1, 10-0-0 9/9 UC Davis L 9/17 at Pomona College T 9/18 at Redlands W 9/21 at Sacramento State L 9/26 at St. Mary’s L 9/27 at C. of Notre Dame* W 9/31 at Cogswell* W 10/2 at Cal Maritime* W 10/9 Dominican* W 10/14 Cal St. Stanislaus W 10/23 Menlo* W 10/26 at UC Santa Cruz* W 10/30 C. of Notre Dame* W 11/3 Cogswell* W 11/6 Cal Maritime* W 11/13 UC Santa Cruz* W

1983

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

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 4-10-4, 4-9-1 NCAC (7th) 9/9 at Pacific L 0-6 9/17 at Humboldt State* L 1-2 9/19 St. Mary’s T 1-1 9/21 Sacramento State* L 1-3 9/23 at Cal St. Hayward* L 0-2 9/27 at Chico State* W 2-1 10/1 at UC Davis* L 1-5 10/5 Menlo T 2-2 10/8 at San Francisco St.* L 1-2 10/12 Cal State Stanislaus* W 4-0 10/15 at Sacramento State* L 0-3 10/19 Cal State Hayward* L 0-1 10/22 Chico State* W 1-0 10/23 Pomona College T 1-1 10/26 UC Davis* T 2-2 10/29 Humboldt State* L 0-4 11/2 San Francisco State* L 0-6 11/5 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 3-1

1984

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 6-11-2, 4-8-2 NCAC (6th) 9/2 at Humboldt State* L 0-2 9/3 vs. St. Mary’s# L 0-1 9/8 at Santa Clara L 0-2 9/16 Pacific W 5-1 9/19 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W forf. 9/21 at Sacramento State* L 0-1 9/23 UC Santa Cruz W 2-1 9/25 Cal State Hayward* L 0-1 9/29 Chico State* T 1-1 10/2 UC Davis* L 0-1 10/6 San Diego State L 1-3 10/7 Humboldt State* T 1-1 10/9 San Francisco State* L 0-1 10/14 Cal State Stanislaus* W forf. 10/16 Sacramento State* W 2-1 10/20 at Cal St. Hayward* L 0-4 10/23 at Chico State* L 1-3 10/27 at UC Davis* W 6-2 11/3 at San Francisco St.* L 1-2 # game played in Arcata, CA

1985

Head Coach: Anatol Popovich Record: 5-13-1, 3-6-1 NCAC (5th) 9/1 vs. Cal St. Northridge# L 0-5 9/2 at Cal Poly Pomona L 0-2 9/3 vs. CSU Dom. Hills# L 0-1 9/18 at Sacramento State L 2-4 9/21 vs. Pacific Lutheran% L 0-1 9/22 vs. Seattle% W 4-3 9/25 San Francisco State* W 3-1 9/28 Cal State Hayward* L 1-2 10/2 at Chico State* L 0-2 10/5 at Santa Clara L 1-2 10/9 at UC Davis* L 0-3 10/12 at San Francisco St.* L 0-1 10/16 Sacramento State L 0-2 10/19 at Cal St. Hayward* L 1-3 10/26 Chico State* W 1-0 10/31 Humboldt State* L 2-3 11/1 Humboldt State* T 1-1 11/6 UC Santa Cruz W 3-0 11/9 UC Davis* W 3-1 # game played in Pomona, CA % game played in Arcata, CA

1986

Head Coach: Anatol Popovich Record: 3-16-0, 0-12-0 NCAC (6th) 9/4 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-3 9/6 Dominican W 3-1 9/8 at St. Mary’s L 0-3 9/13 Sacramento State W 1-0 9/19 at Humboldt State* L 0-2 9/20 vs. Pacific (OR) # L 1-2 9/24 at Chico State* L 1-2 9/27 Cal St. Stanislaus* L 1-2 10/1 at Cal St. Hayward* L 1-4 10/4 UC Davis* L 0-3 10/8 at San Francisco St.* L 0-1 10/10 Vanguard W 2-1 10/12 Humboldt State* L 0-2 10/15 Chico State* L 0-5 10/22 at Cal St. Stanislaus* L 0-4 10/25 Cal State Hayward* L 0-2

10/29 at UC Davis* L 0-3 11/4 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-3 11/8 San Francisco State* L 2-4 # game played in Arcata, CA

1987

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 4-15-0, 2-10-0 NCAC (7th) 9/1 at Dominican W 2-0 9/3 Westmont L 1-2 9/5 at Santa Clara L 0-6 9/19 vs. Pacific (OR)# L 1-2 9/20 vs. Lewis & Clark# W 2-1 9/23 at Cal St. Hayward* L 0-2 9/26 Chico State* L 1-3 9/30 at Cal St. Stanislaus* L 0-5 10/7 at San Francisco St.* L 0-3 10/10 UC Davis* L 1-2 10/14 at Sacramento State L 0-8 10/17 Cal State Hayward* L 0-2 10/21 at Chico State* L 0-2 10/24 Cal State Stanislaus* L 0-1 10/28 UC Santa Cruz L 0-1 10/31 San Francisco State* L 1-2 11/4 at UC Davis* L 1-5 11/7 Humboldt State* W 2-1 11/8 Humboldt State* W 2-1 # Humboldt St. Tournament (Arcata, CA)

1988

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 4-14-4, 2-8-2 NCAC (6th) 9/1 Sacramento State L 1-5 9/5 at Santa Clara L 0-5 9/7 San Francisco T 0-0 9/15 Oregon State L 0-2 9/16 Grand Canyon# L 2-3 9/17 Fresno Pacific# T 1-1 9/20 St. Mary’s L 1-4 9/24 Cal State Hayward* L 0-1 9/28 at Chico State* L 0-4 10/1 at UC Santa Cruz W 3-2 10/4 Cal State Stanislaus* L 2-3 10/8 San Francisco State* W 2-1 10/12 at UC Davis* T 0-0 10/14 at Humboldt State* L 0-1 10/15 at Humboldt State* L 0-2 10/19 at Cal St. Hayward* L 0-1 10/22 Chico State* L 0-1 10/26 at Cal St. Stanislaus* L 2-3 10/30 C. of Notre Dame W 5-0 11/2 at San Francisco St.* W 2-1 11/5 UC Davis* T 1-1 # Fresno Pacific Tourn. (Fresno, CA)

1989

Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 7-14-1, 5-9-0 NCAC 9/6 at Sacramento State L 0-3 9/8 Westmont L 1-4 9/10 at St. Mary’s L 0-3 9/16 at Chapman L 0-2 9/17 at CSU Dom. Hills L 0-4 9/20 at UC Davis* L 1-2 9/23 Humboldt State* L 1-3 9/24 Humboldt State* L 1-3 9/27 Cal State Hayward* L 1-3

9/28 9/30 10/3 10/6 10/7 10/8 10/11 10/14 10/21 10/25 10/28 11/1 11/4

HISTORY

Westminster (UT) W at Chico State* L Cal State Stanislaus* W at C. of Notre Dame* W at Seattle Pacific T at Seattle W San Francisco State* L UC Davis* L at Cal State Hayward* L Chico State* L at Cal St. Stanislaus* W C. of Notre Dame* W at San Francisco St.* W

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

1990

NCAC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 19-4-1, 13-0-1 NCAC (1st) 8/30 at San Francisco L 0-3 9/1 at Cal Poly Pomona W 4-1 9/2 at UC Irvine L 0-2 9/7 Pacific (CA)& W 8-0 9/8 Fresno Pacific& W 1-0 9/11 CSU Dom. Hills L 0-1 9/13 Seattle W 6-1 9/18 UC Davis* W 3-1 9/22 at Humboldt State* W 2-1 9/23 at Humboldt State* W 2-0 9/26 at Cal St. Hayward* W 2-1 9/29 at Chico State* W 1-0 10/3 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 2-1 10/6 C. of Notre Dame* W 8-0 10/7 Sacramento State W 2-0 10/9 at San Francisco St.* T 0-0 10/13 at UC Davis* W 2-1 10/20 Cal State Hayward* W 3-0 10/23 Chico State* W 2-1 10/27 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-2 10/30 at C. of Notre Dame* W 5-0 11/3 San Francisco State* W 2-0 NCAA First Round (Bakersfield, CA) 11/11 at Cal St. Bakersfield W 3-2 NCAA Second Round (Seattle, WA) 11/17 at Seattle Pacific L 0-1 & Sonoma St. Invite (Rohnert Park, CA)

1991

NCAC CHAMPIONS NCAA RUNNER-UP Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 18-4-2, 12-1-1 NCAC (1st) 9/7 at Tampa L 1-2 9/8 at Florida Tech (2) T 2-2 9/11 at Sacramento State W 3-0 9/15 Oregon State W 4-1 9/17 Cal Poly Pomona W 4-0 9/24 San Francisco State* W 2-0 9/28 at UC Davis* W 2-0 10/2 at San Jose State (1) L 1-2 10/5 Cal State Hayward* W 3-0 10/9 at Chico State* (2) T 2-2 10/12 Cal State Stanislaus* W 4-3 10/15 at C. of Notre Dame* W 4-0 10/19 at San Francisco St.* W 4-0 10/22 UC Davis* L 0-1 10/26 Humboldt State* W 5-1 10/27 Humboldt State* W 3-0 10/30 at Cal St. Hayward* W 2-0

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HISTORY

11/2 Chico State* W 5-0 11/5 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 1-0 11/9 C. of Notre Dame* W 4-0 NCAA First Round (Rochester, MI) 11/16 at Oakland (4) W 3-2 NCAA Second Round (St. Louis, MO) 11/24 at Missouri-St. Louis W 3-1 NCAA Championship (Melbourne, FL) 12/6 vs. Cal Poly, SLO (2) W 2-1 12/7 at Florida Tech L 1-5

1992

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 11-7-2, 10-3-1 NCAC (2nd) 9/5 at Missouri-St. Louis L 1-3 9/7 at Truman State W 4-0 9/12 Cal St. Bakersfield (2) T 1-1 9/13 Cal State L.A. L 1-2 9/14 Grand Canyon L 1-4 9/23 at San Fran. St.* (2) T 1-1 9/26 UC Davis* (1) L 1-2 10/3 at Cal St. Hayward* W 1-0 10/6 Chico State* (1) W 3-2 10/10 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 1-0 10/13 C. of Notre Dame* W 4-0 10/17 San Francisco State* W 4-0 10/20 at UC Davis* L 0-1 10/24 at Humboldt State* W 4-1 10/25 at Humboldt State* W 4-0 10/28 Cal State Hayward* W 2-0 10/31 at Chico State* L 1-2 11/2 Seattle Pacific L 1-3 11/4 Cal State Stanislaus* W 1-0 11/7 at C. of Notre Dame* W 3-0

1993

NCAC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 17-3-2, 11-1-2 NCAC (1st) 9/5 vs. Franklin Pierce% W 2-0 9/6 at Grand Canyon W 1-0 9/11 vs. Denver^ W 2-0 9/12 vs. Cal State L.A.^ W 1-0 9/17 CSU San Bernardino W 2-1 9/21 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 4-1 9/25 C. of Notre Dame* W 3-0 9/28 San Francisco St* (1) W 3-0 10/2 at UC Davis* W 2-0 10/5 at Fresno State L 0-3 10/9 Cal State Hayward* W 2-0 10/13 at Chico State* W 2-0 10/16 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-0 10/19 at C. of Notre Dame* W 5-0 10/23 at San Francisco St.* W 3-0 10/26 UC Davis* W 2-1 10/30 Humboldt State* (2) T 1-1 10/31 Humboldt State* W 3-0 11/3 at Cal St. Hayward* (2) T 3-3 11/5 Chico State* L 0-1 NCAA First Round (Rohnert Park) 11/14 Cal Poly, SLO W 2-0 NCAA Second Round (Seattle, WA) 11/21 at Seattle Pacific L 0-4 % at Phoenix, AZ ^ Roadrunner Classic (Bakersfield, CA)

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1994

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 10-6-3, 8-4-2 NCAC (T-2nd) 9/3 at CSU San Bern. W 2-0 9/10 vs. Cal State L.A.^ L 0-2 9/11 at CSU Bakers.^ (2) T 2-2 9/17 Grand Canyon W 1-0 9/21 at C. of Notre Dame* W 3-1 9/24 San Francisco State* W 2-1 9/28 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-2 10/1 at Cal St. Hayward* L 2-3 10/5 at Chico State* L 0-5 10/8 at Humboldt State* (1) L 2-3 10/13 Humboldt State* (1) L 2-3 10/15 Chico State* (1) W 4-1 10/19 Cal State Hayward* W 1-0 10/22 at CSU Stanislaus* (2) T 2-2 10/26 C. of Notre Dame* W 3-0 10/29 at UC Davis* (1) W 3-1 11/2 UC Davis* W 4-1 11/5 at San Fran. St.* (2) T 3-3 11/10 at Santa Clara L 0-3 ^ Roadrunner Classic (Bakersfield, CA)

1995

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

1996

NCAC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 13-5-2, 10-3-1 NCAC (1st) 9/8 vs. Denver% (2) T 2-2 9/10 at Grand Canyon% L 0-3 9/13 Missouri-St. Louis W 3-2 9/15 Colorado- Mines W 3-0 9/20 Cal State L.A. W 2-1 9/22 Cal State Bakersfield L 0-1 9/25 at C. of Notre Dame* W 2-1 9/28 UC Davis* L 1-2 10/2 at San Fran. St.* (1) L 2-3 10/5 at Cal St. Hayward* W 3-0 10/11 Humboldt State* (1) W 1-0 10/13 Chico State* W 3-0 10/16 San Francisco State* W 5-0 10/19 Cal State Stanislaus* W 6-0

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

1997

NCAC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 12-7-1, 12-2-0 NCAC (1st) 9/6 at Seattle Pacific L 2-3 9/12 at Cal State Bakersfield L 0-2 9/16 at Coll. of Notre Dame* W 3-0 9/19 Cal Poly Pomona& L 1-3 9/21 Grand Canyon& (2) T 2-2 9/24 UC Davis* W 3-1 9/26 vs. Midwestern State@ L 0-2 9/28 vs. West Tex. A&M@ L 0-3 10/1 San Francisco State* W 2-0 10/4 Cal State Hayward* W 3-0 10/7 at Chico State* W 3-0 10/11 at Humboldt State* W 4-1 10/15 at UC Davis* W 3-1 10/18 C. of Notre Dame* W 5-1 10/22 at San Fran. St.* (1) L 0-1 10/25 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 1-0 10/28 Chico State* (1) W 3-2 11/2 Humboldt State* W 1-0 11/5 at Cal St. Hayward* L 1-2 11/8 Cal State Stanislaus* W 1-0 & SSU/Lanzera Classic (Rohnert Park) @ Midwestern Classic (Canyon, TX)

1998

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 8-9-2, 7-7-0 CCAA (T-2nd N) 8/28 Colo. State-Pueblo(1) L 1-2 9/1 Seattle Pacific (2) T 1-1 9/4 Regis L 2-4 9/9 at UC Davis* L 2-3 9/12 at CSU Stanislaus* (2) T 2-2 9/16 San Francisco State* L 0-3 9/19 Chico State* L 1-5 9/20 Hawaii Pacific (1) W 2-1 9/26 Humboldt State W 2-0 9/30 at Chico State* L 2-4 10/3 at San Francisco St.* W 1-0 10/7 Cal State Stanislaus* W 8-2 10/10 UC Davis* W 2-1 10/16 at Cal State L.A.* L 1-3 10/18 at Grand Canyon* L 1-5 10/23 CSU Dom. Hills* W 3-1 10/25 CSU Bakersfield* W 1-0 10/30 at CSU San Bern.* W 3-0 11/1 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-1

1999

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 10-8-2, 7-6-1 CCAA (3rd N) 8/27 at Fort Lewis (2) T 0-0 8/29 at Metro State L 0-1 9/3 at Seattle Pacific L 0-2 9/4 at Western Wash. W 1-0 9/7 UC Davis* L 1-2 9/11 Cal State Stanislaus* W 4-0 9/14 at San Fran. St.* (2) T 1-1

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

at Chico State* L Hawaii Pacific W CSU San Bern.* W Cal Poly Pomona* L at CSU Dom. Hills* W at CSU Bakers.* (1) W Cal State L.A.* L Grand Canyon* W at Humboldt State W Chico State* (2) L San Francisco State* W at CSU Stanislaus* W at UC Davis* L

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 Record: 15-6-3, 9-4-1 CCAA (1st N) 8/17 at BYU-Hawaii (1) W 1-0 8/19 at Hawaii Pacific W 2-1 8/21 at Hawaii Pacific (2) T 0-0 8/26 Seattle Pacific L 0-2 8/29 Humboldt State T 1-1 9/1 Missouri-St. Louis& W 4-0 9/3 Western Wash.& W 3-2 9/6 at San Francisco St.* W 2-1 9/9 UC Davis* (1) W 2-1 9/12 at Chico State* L 1-2 9/15 at Grand Canyon* (1) L 0-1 9/17 at UC San Diego* W 2-1 9/24 C. of Notre Dame W 4-0 9/29 CSU San Bern.* W 2-1 10/1 Cal Poly Pomona* W 2-1 10/6 at Cal State L.A.* W 7-0 10/8 at CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-1 10/13 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-0 10/15 CSU Bakersfield* W 2-1 10/21 San Francisco St.* (2) T 1-1 10/25 at UC Davis* W 1-0 10/28 Chico State* L 2-3 CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/3 vs. UC San Diego W 4-1 11/5 vs. CSU Dom. Hills L 1-3 & Cossack Classic (Rohnert Park)

2001

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 12-7-1, 9-4-1 CCAA (T-1st N) 8/27 Humboldt State W 3-0 8/31 Vanguard& W 3-0 9/2 Seattle& (1) L 1-2 9/5 at UC Davis* (2) T 1-1 9/8 Chico State* (2) W 3-2 9/15 Grand Canyon* W 3-2 9/17 UC San Diego* W 1-0 9/20 at Seattle Pacific L 0-2 9/22 at Western Wash. W 1-0 9/28 at CSU San Bern.* W 2-1 9/30 at Cal Poly Pom.* (1) W 1-0 10/5 Cal State L.A.* W 4-2 10/7 CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-2 10/12 at CSU Stanislaus* (2) L 0-1 10/14 at CSU Bakersfield* W 4-1 10/17 San Francisco State* L 0-2 10/20 UC Davis* L 1-4 10/23 at Chico State* W 1-0 10/27 at San Francisco St* W 3-0 CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/2 at CSU Dom. Hills L 0-3 & Cossack Classic (Rohnert Park)


ALL-TIME RESULTS 2002

NCAA DIVISION II CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 20-4-0, 11-3-0 CCAA (1st N) 8/30 Alliant& W 1-0 9/1 Western Wash.& 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 St.* W 2-0 9/20 at UC San Diego* W 1-0 9/23 at Grand Canyon* W 6-1 9/28 at Seattle W 2-1 10/1 at Humboldt State W 1-0 10/4 Cal Poly Pomona* L 2-4 10/6 CSU San Bern.* W 1-0 10/11 at CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-2 10/13 at Cal State L.A.* W 2-0 10/18 CSU 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) 11/8 CSU 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, VA) 12/6 vs. Central Ark. (2) W 2-1 12/8 vs. So. New Hamp. W 4-3 & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park) $ game played in Petaluma, CA ! CSUB advances with 5-4 win on PK’s

2003

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 9-9-2, 6-6-2 CCAA (3rd N) 8/29 Westmont& W 4-0 8/31 Seattle& L 1-2 9/6 Notre Dame de Nam. W 2-1 9/10 at UC Davis* W 1-0 9/13 Chico State* L 0-1 9/16 San Francisco State* W 3-1 9/19 UC San Diego* W 2-0 9/21 Grand Canyon* L 1-2 9/26 at Western Wash. L 1-2 9/27 at Seattle Pacific L 0-1 10/3 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-1 10/5 at CSU San Bern.* (2) T 3-3 10/10 CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-2 10/12 Cal State L.A.* (2) T 1-1 10/17 at CSU Bakersfield* L 1-2 10/19 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 2-0 10/21 Humboldt State* W 4-1 10/25 UC Davis* L 1-2 10/28 at Chico State* W 1-0 11/1 at San Francisco St.* W 1-0 & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

2004

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 12-7-2, 8-5-1 CCAA (1st N) 8/29 Missouri-St. Louis W 7-1 9/4 Western Wash.& (2) W 1-0 9/6 Seattle Pacific& (2) T 1-1 9/9 at Simon Fraser W 2-0 9/12 at Seattle L 0-1 9/15 Chico State* W 2-0 9/18 at CSU Stanislaus* (2) L 0-1 9/22 San Francisco St.* (1) L 2-3 9/26 at CSU Mont. Bay* W 1-0 9/28 Grand Canyon W 3-0 10/1 at UC San Diego* (2) T 0-0 10/3 at CSU San Bern.* W 2-0 10/8 Cal State L.A.* L 1-3 10/10 CSU Bakersfield* L 2-4 10/15 at Cal Poly Pom.* (1) W 2-1 10/17 at CSU Dom. Hills* L 2-3 10/20 CSU Mont. Bay*@ W 5-1 10/22 at San Francisco St.* W 3-1 10/27 Cal Stanislaus*@ W 2-1 10/30 at Chico State* W 2-0 CCAA Tournament (Carson, CA) 11/5 at CSU Dom. L 2-4 @ game played at in Petaluma & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

2005

CCAA CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 12-9-2, 9-4-1 CCAA (1st N) 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 Wash. 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 CSU Bakers* (2) W 2-1 10/12 at Chico State* W 3-1 10/14 Cal Poly Pomona* (2) T 1-1 10/16 CSU Dom. Hills* W 6-0 10/19 CSU Monterey Bay* L 0-1 10/21 at San Francisco St.* W 2-1 10/26 at CSU 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 Record: 14-6-1, 13-2-1 CCAA (1st N) 8/24 at Simon Fraser L 0-1 8/26 at Seattle L 0-3 9/2 Western Wash.& W 3-1 9/4 Seattle Pacific& L 0-3 9/8 CSU Bakersfield* W 1-0

9/10 Cal State L.A.* W 1-0 9/13 at Humboldt State* W 3-1 9/15 at San Fran. St.* (2) W 1-0 9/17 at CSU Mont. Bay* W 6-2 9/22 Chico State* W 1-0 9/24 Cal State Stanislaus* W 2-0 9/29 at UC San Diego* W 2-1 10/1 at CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-5 10/4 Humboldt State* (2) W 1-0 10/6 CSU Monterey Bay* W 9-1 10/8 San Francisco State* L 1-2 10/13 CSU San Bernardino* W 3-0 10/15 Cal Poly Pomona* (1) W 1-0 10/20 at CSU Stanislaus* (2) T 1-1 10/22 at Chico State* (2) W 2-1 CCAA Tournament (La Jolla, CA) 10/27 vs. CSU Dom. Hills (2) L 1-2 & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

2007

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

2008

CCAA CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 18-2-4, 11-1-2 CCAA (1st N) 8/28 at BYU-Hawaii W 5-0 8/30 at Chaminade W 6-1 9/1 at Hawaii Pacific (2) W 3-2 9/5 Seattle Pacific& W 4-1 9/7 Western Wash.& W 2-0 9/12 at Notre Dame d N. (1) L 1-2 9/14 at CSU Stanislaus* (1) W 3-2 9/19 San Francisco State* W 2-1 9/21 CSU Mont. Bay* (2) T 2-2

HISTORY

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 Dom. Hills* L 0-1 10/10 CSU San Bern.* 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 Mont. Bay* W 6-0 10/26 at San Francisco St.* 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 Dom. 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

2009

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 14-5-4, 10-3-3 CCAA (1st N) 8/29 at Western Wash. (2) W 2-1 8/31 at Seattle Pacific (2) T 0-0 9/4 Grand Canyon% (2) W 2-1 9/6 Notre Dame de Nam.% W 4-0 9/11 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-2 9/13 Chico State* T 1-1 9/18 at Cal Poly Pomona* W 3-1 9/20 at CSU San Bern.* W 1-0 9/25 San Francisco State* W 2-0 9/27 CSU Monterey Bay* W 4-0 10/2 at UC San Diego* W 2-1 10/4 at CSU East Bay* W 3-1 10/9 CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-2 10/11 Cal State L.A.* W 1-0 10/16 at CSU Mont. Bay* L 0-2 10/18 at San Francisco St.* W 2-1 10/23 at Chico State* W 2-1 10/25 at CSU Stanislaus* L 0-1 10/30 at Humboldt State* (2) T 1-1 11/1 Humboldt State* T 0-0 CCAA Tournament (Turlock, CA) 11/6 vs. Cal State L.A. W 1-0 11/8 vs. CSU Dom. Hills (2) L 2-3 NCAA West Regional (Los Angeles, CA) 11/13 vs. CSU Dom. Hills L 0-3 & Seawolf Classic (Rohnert Park)

2010

CCAA CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 14-6-1, 10-5-1 CCAA (2nd N) 9/4 at Fresno Pacific W 4-2 9/7 Dominican W 3-2 9/10 Cal Poly Pomona* L 3-5 9/12 CSU San Bernardino* W 3-1 9/17 CSU East Bay* W 2-0 9/19 UC San Diego* W 3-0 9/24 at CSU Stanislaus* L 1-2 9/26 at Chico State* L 0-2 10/1 CSU Monterey Bay* W 2-0 10/3 San Francisco State* L 0-1 10/8 Chico State* W 2-1 10/10 Cal State Stanislaus* W 4-3

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HISTORY

10/15 at Cal State L.A.* (2) T 1-1 10/17 at CSU Dom. Hills* L 0-3 10/22 at Humboldt State* W 4-0 10/24 Humboldt State* W 3-0 10/29 at San Francisco St.* W 2-1 10/31 at CSU Mont. Bay* W 3-1 CCAA Tournament (Turlock, CA) 11/5 vs. CSU San Bern. W 1-0 11/7 vs. CSU Dom. Hills W 1-0 NCAA West Regional (Chico, CA) 11/12 at Chico State L 0-2

2011

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 9-6-3, 8-5-3 CCAA (3rd North) 9/1 Academy of Art W 1-0 9/6 Notre Dame de Nam. L 0-4 9/9 at Chico State* W 2-0 9/11 Humboldt State* W 3-0 9/16 CSU East Bay* W 9-0 9/18 CSU Monterey Bay* W 2-1 9/23 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-1 9/25 at San Fran. St. (2) L 1-2 9/29 at Humboldt State* W 5-4 10/2 at CSU Stanislaus* L 3-4 10/7 Cal State L.A.* (2) T 1-1 10/9 CSU Dom. Hills* (2) W 2-1 10/14 at CSU Mont. Bay* W 1-0 10/16 at CSU East Bay* W 2-1 10/21 at CSU San Bern.* (2) T 1-1 10/23 at UC San Diego (2) L 1-2 10/28 CSU Stanislaus* (2) T 0-0 10/30 Chico State* L 0-1

2012

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer Record: 8-8-2, 6-6-2 CCAA (3rd N) 8/31 vs. Saint Martin’s% W 4-0 9/2 at Grand Canyon L 1-2 9/7 at CSU Mont. Bay* W 4-3 9/9 at CSU East Bay* W 1-0 9/14 San Francisco State* W 2-0 9/16 Cal Poly Pomona* W 1-0 9/21 Chico State* (1) L 0-1 9/23 Cal State Stanislaus* T 1-1 9/30 at Chico State* T 1-1 10/5 UC San Diego* L 0-2 10/7 CSU San Bernardino* L 1-2 10/11 CSU East Bay* W 1-0 10/13 CSU Monterey Bay* L 0-1 10/19 at CSU Dom. Hills* L 2-3 10/21 at Cal State L.A.* L 1-2 10/24 Menlo W 3-0 10/28 at CSU Stan.* (1) W 3-2 10/30 at CSU East Bay* L 0-1 % game played in Phoenix, AZ

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In The National Rankings 2000

DATE RANKING 9/4................................ RV 9/11............................. 13th 9/25............................23rd 10/2............................ 16th 10/9............................ 14th 10/16.......................... 10th 10/23.......................... 19th 10/30......................... 22nd 11/6............................ 22nd 12/4........................... 22nd

2001

DATE RANKING 8/15........................... 22nd 9/3..............................23rd 9/24............................ 15th 10/1............................ 16th 10/8............................ 16th 10/15.......................... 18th

2002

DATE RANKING 8/21............................ 25th 9/2.............................. 25th 9/9..............................23rd 9/16.............................. 9th 9/23.............................. 9th 9/30.............................. 8th 10/7............................ 11th 10/14.......................... 17th 10/21.......................... 18th 10/28.......................... 17th 11/4............................. 18th 11/11........................... 13th 12/16............................ 1st

2003

DATE RANKING 8/18.............................. 1st 9/1.............................. 10th 9/8................................ RV 9/15............................ 25th

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2005

DATE RANKING 11/8............................. 20th 12/6............................ 21st

2006

DATE RANKING 8/15............................ 17th 9/19.............................. RV 9/26.............................. RV 10/3.............................. RV 10/10............................ RV 10/17.......................... 16th 10/24.......................... 16th 10/31.......................... 20th 11/7............................. 20th 11/21............................. RV

2007

DATE RANKING 8/14.............................. RV 9/18............................ 24th 9/25............................ 21st 10/2............................ 21st 10/9............................ 16th 10/16.......................... 15th 10/23.......................... 11th 10/30.......................... 11th 12/4.............................. 8th

2008

DATE RANKING 8/12.............................. 6th 9/2................................ 4th 9/9............................... 2nd 9/16............................ 10th 9/23............................23rd 9/30.............................. 6th 10/7............................ 17th 10/14.......................... 16th 10/21.......................... 13th 10/28.......................... 12th 11/4............................. 11th 11/12............................. 6th 12/9............................ 17th

2009

DATE RANKING 8/11............................. 17th 9/1.............................. 12th 9/8.............................. 11th 9/15............................ 10th 9/22.............................. 8th 9/29.............................. 7th 10/6.............................. 7th 10/13............................ 7th 10/20............................ 8th 10/27.......................... 14th 11/3............................. 15th 11/10........................... 21st 12/8........................... 22nd

2010

DATE RANKING 8/10........................... 22nd 9/7.............................. 25th 9/21............................23rd 11/9............................. 17th 12/10.......................... 21st

2011

DATE RANKING 8/9.............................. 21st 9/6.............................. 20th 9/20............................ 21st

2012

DATE RANKING 9/14............................ 18th


SERIES HISTORIES OPPONENT Academy of Art Alliant BYU-Hawaii Cal Maritime Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly SLO Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay Cal State L.A. Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Northridge Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus Central Arkansas Chaminade Chapman Chico State Cogswell Colorado School of Mines Colorado State-Pueblo Denver Dominican Dowling Florida Tech Fort Lewis Franklin Pierce Fresno Pacific Fresno State Grand Canyon Hawaii Pacific Holy Names Humboldt State Lewis & Clark Menlo Metro State Midwestern State Missouri-St. Louis Notre Dame de Namur Oakland Oregon State Pacific (CA) Pacific (OR) Pacific Lutheran Pomona College Redlands Regis Sacramento State Saint Martin’s Saint Mary’s (CA) San Francisco San Francisco State San Diego State San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle Seattle Pacific Simon Fraser Southern New Hampshire Stanford Tampa Truman State UC Davis UC Irvine UC San Diego UC Santa Cruz Vanguard West Texas A&M Western Washington Westminster (UT) Westmont

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2011 2002 2008 1982 2012 1993 2006 2012 2012 2012 2012 1985 2012 2012 2002 2008 1989 2012 1982 1996 1998 1996 2010 2005 1991 1999 1995 2010 1993 2012 2008 2007 2011 1987 2012 1999 2007 2004 2011 1991 1991 1990 1987 1985 1983 1982 1998 1991 2012 1989 1990 2012 1984 1991 1994 2007 2009 2006 2002 1981 1991 1992 2003 1990 2012 1988 2001 1997 2009 1989 2003

1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 4-0-0 10-9-1 2-0-0 7-6-2 8-20-2 19-17-1 13-7-4 13-4-1 0-1-0 16-1-2 38-13-5 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 31-24-4 4-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 6-0-0 0-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-1 1-1-0 3-0-1 0-2-0 7-9-1 4-0-1 1-0-0 28-13-7 1-0-0 2-1-2 0-1-0 1-1-1 4-1-0 26-2-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-2-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-2 1-0-0 0-1-0 4-10-0 1-0-0 0-6-1 0-1-1 34-19-5 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-5-0 5-6-0 2-13-4 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 20-19-4 0-1-0 11-3-1 6-2-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 10-1-0 1-0-0 1-2-0

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W1 W1 W2 W4 W1 W2 W2 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 W1 W1 W1 L1 T1 W4 W1 L1 T1 W6 T2 L1 T1 L1 W3 L2 L1 W1 W1 W4 W1 W1 L1 T1 W3 L1 W1 W1 W2 L2 L1 T2 W1 L1 W2 W1 L4 L1 W1 L1 L1 L5 W1 T1 L1 W1 L1 L1 W1 L1 L1 L2 W1 W2 L1 W6 W1 W1

HISTORY

LAST MEETING Sonoma State 1, Academy of Art 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/1/11) Sonoma State 1, Alliant 0 (at Rohnert Park 8/30/02) Sonoma State 5, BYU-Hawaii 0 (at Laie, 8/28/08) Sonoma State 5, Cal Maritime 1 (1982) Sonoma State 1, Cal Poly Pomona 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/16/12) Sonoma State 2, Cal Poly SLO 0 (at Rohnert Park, 11/14/93) Sonoma State 1, Cal State Bakersfield 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/8/06) CSU Dominguez Hills 3, Sonoma State 2 (at Carson, 10/19/12 Cal State East Bay 1, Sonoma State 0 (at Hayward, 10/30/12) Cal State L.A. 2, Sonoma State 1 (at Los Angeles, 10/21/12) Cal State Monterey Bay 1, Sonoma State 0 (at Rohnert Park, 10/13/12) CSU Northridge 5, Sonoma State 0 (at Pomona, 9/1/85) CSU San Bernardino 2, Sonoma State 1 (at Rohnert Park, 10/7/12) Sonoma State 3, Cal State Stanislaus 2 (at Turlock, 10/28/12) Sonoma State 2, Central Ark. 1 (at Virginia Beach, 12/6/02) Sonoma State 6, Chaminade 1 (at Honolulu, 8/30/08) Chapman 2, Sonoma State 0 (at Orange, 9/16/89 Sonoma State 1, Chico State 1 (at Chico, 9/30/12) Sonoma State 3, Cogswell 2 (1982) Sonoma State 3, Colorado Mines 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/15/96) Colo St.-Pueblo 2, Sonoma State 1 (at Rohnert Park, 8/28/98) Sonoma State 2, Denver 2 (at Phoenix, 9/8/96) Sonoma State 3, Dominican 2 (at Rohnert Park, 9/7/10) Sonoma State 0, Dowling 0 (at Phoenix, 8/26/95) Florida Tech 5, Sonoma State 1 (1991) Sonoma State 0, Fort Lewis 0 (at Durango, 8/27/99) Franklin Pierce 3, Sonoma State 1 (at Rindge, 9/3/95) Sonoma State 4, Fresno Pacific 2 (at Fresno, 9/4/10) Fresno State 3, Sonoma State 0 (at Fresno, 10/5/93) Grand Canyon 2, Sonoma State 1 (at Phoenix, 9/2/12) Sonoma State 3, Hawaii Pacific 2 (at Honolulu, 9/1/08) Sonoma State 3, Holy Names 2 (at Rohnert Park, 10/2/07) Sonoma State 5, Humboldt State 4 (at Arcata, 9/29/11) Sonoma State 2, Lewis & Clark 1 (9/20/87) Sonoma State 3, Menlo 0 (at Santa Rosa, 10/24/12) Metro State 1, Sonoma State 0 (at Denver, 8/29/99) Midwestern State 2, Sonoma State 2 (at Wichita Falls, 11/17/07) Sonoma State 7, Missouri-St. Louis 1 (at Rohnert Park, 8/29/04) Notre Dame de Nam. 4, Sonoma State 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/6/11) Sonoma State 3, Oakland 2 (11/16/91) Sonoma State 4, Oregon State 1 (9/15/91) Sonoma State 8, Pacific (CA) 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/7/90) Pacific (OR) 2, Sonoma State 1 (9/19/87) Pacific Lutheran 1, Sonoma State 0 (at Arcata, 9/21/85) Sonoma State 1, Pomona College 1 (at Rohnert Park, 10/23/83) Sonoma State 6, Redlands 0 (9/18/82) Regis 4, Sonoma State 2 (at Rohnert Park, 9/4/98) Sonoma State 3, Sacramento State 1 (at Rohnert Park, 9/1/11) Sonoma State 4, Saint Martin’s 0 (at Phoenix, 8/31/12) Saint Mary’s (CA) 3, Sonoma State 0 (9/10/89) San Francisco 3, Sonoma State 0 (1990) Sonoma State 2, San Francisco State 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/14/12) San Diego State 3, Sonoma State 1 (at Rohnert Park, 10/3/84) San Jose State 2, Sonoma State 1 (10/2/91) Santa Clara 3, Sonoma State 0 (at Santa Clara, 11/10/94) Sonoma State 2, Seattle 0 (at Carson, 11/9/07) Sonoma State 0, Seattle Pacific 0 (at Seattle, 8/31/09) Simon Fraser 1, Sonoma State 0 (at Burnaby, 8/24/06) Sonoma State 4, So. New Hampshire 3 (at Virginia Beach, 12/8/02) Stanford 16, Sonoma State 0 (9/17/81) Tampa 2, Sonoma State 1 (9/7/91) Sonoma State 4, Truman State 0 (at Kirksville, 9/7/92) Sonoma State 2, UC Davis 1 (at Rohnert Park, 10/25/03) Sonoma State 2, UC Irvine 0 (1990) UC San Diego 2, Sonoma State 0 (at Rohnert Park, 10/5/12) Sonoma State 3, UC Santa Cruz 2 (10/1/88) Sonoma State 3, Vanguard 0 (at Rohnert Park, 8/31/01) West Texas A&M 3, Sonoma State 0 (at Canyon, 9/28/97) Sonoma State 2, Western Washington 1 (at Bellingham, 8/29/09) Sonoma State 4, Westminster 1 (at Rohnert Park, 9/28/89) Sonoma State 4, Westmont 0 (at Rohnert Park, 9/3/87)

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YEARLY RECORDS

HISTORY YEAR

COACH

OVERALL CONF PLACE HOME AWAY NEUTRAL

9-7-2 9-1-2 1st n/a n/a n/a

1982

Peter Reynaud

12-3-1

10-0-0

1st

n/a

n/a

n/a

1983

Peter Reynaud

4-10-4

4-9-1

7th

n/a

n/a

n/a

1984

Peter Reynaud

6-11-2

4-8-2

6th

n/a

n/a

n/a

1985

Anatol Popovich

5-13-1

3-6-1

5th

n/a

n/a

n/a

1986

Anatol Popovich

3-16-0

0-12-0

7th

n/a

n/a

n/a

ANATOL POPOVICH (2 years): 8-29-1, 3-18-1

1987

Peter Reynaud

4-15-0

2-10-0

7th

n/a

n/a

n/a

1988

Peter Reynaud

4-14-4

2-8-2

6th

n/a

n/a

n/a

1989

Peter Reynaud

7-14-1

5-9-0

6th

n/a

n/a

n/a

1990

Peter Reynaud

19-4-1

13-0-1

1st

n/a

n/a

n/a

PETER REYNAUD (8 years): 65-78-15, 49-45-8

1991

Marcus Ziemer

1992 1993 1994

n/a

n/a

n/a

NCAA Second Round

18-4-1

12-1-1

1st

NCAA Division II Runner-Up

Marcus Ziemer

11-7-2

10-3-1

2nd

n/a

n/a

Marcus Ziemer

17-3-2

11-1-2

1st

8-1-1

6-2-1

3-0-0

Marcus Ziemer

10-6-3

8-4-2

t-2nd

7-1-0

3-4-3

0-1-0

n/a NCAA Second Round

1995 Marcus Ziemer

14-5-1 13-1-0 1st 8-0-0 6-3-1 0-2-0

1996 Marcus Ziemer

13-5-2 10-3-1 1st 8-2-1 5-3-0 0-0-1

1997 Marcus Ziemer

12-7-1 12-2-0 1st 7-1-1 5-5-0 0-1-0

1998

Marcus Ziemer

8-9-2

7-7-0 t-2nd (n) 6-4-1

2-5-1

0-0-0

1999

Marcus Ziemer

10-8-2

7-6-1

3rd (n)

5-4-0

5-4-2

0-0-0

2000

Marcus Ziemer

15-6-3

9-4-1

1st (n)

8-2-2

6-4-1

1-0-0

CCAA Tournament

2001

Marcus Ziemer

12-7-1

9-4-1 t-1st (n) 6-4-0

6-3-1

0-0-0

CCAA Tournament

2002

Marcus Ziemer

20-4-0

11-3-0

1st (n)

9-3-0

9-1-0

2-0-0

CCAA Tournament; NCAA Division II Champions

2003

Marcus Ziemer

9-9-2

6-6-2

3rd (n)

5-5-1

4-4-1

0-0-0

2004

Marcus Ziemer

12-7-2

8-5-1

1st (n)

6-3-1

6-4-1

0-0-0

CCAA Tournament

2005

Marcus Ziemer

12-9-2

9-4-1

1st (n)

5-4-1

5-4-0

2-1-1

CCAA Tournament Champions; NCAA First Round

2006

Marcus Ziemer

14-6-1

13-2-1 1st (n)

9-2-0

5-3-1

0-1-0

CCAA Tournament

2007

Marcus Ziemer

19-3-3

14-0-0 1st (n)

8-1-1

9-2-2

2-0-0

CCAA Tournament; NCAA Quarterfinals

2008

Marcus Ziemer

18-2-4

11-1-2

1st (n)

9-0-2

7-2-0

2-0-2

CCAA Tournament Champions; NCAA First Round

2009

Marcus Ziemer

14-5-4

10-3-3 1st (n)

6-1-2

7-2-2

1-2-0

CCAA Tournament; NCAA First Round

2010

Marcus Ziemer

14-6-1

10-5-1 2nd (n) 8-2-0

4-4-1

2-0-0

CCAA Tournament Champions; NCAA First Round

2011

Marcus Ziemer

9-6-3

8-5-3

3rd (n)

5-2-2

4-4-1

0-0-0

2012

Marcus Ziemer

8-8-2

6-6-2

3rd (n)

4-4-1

3-4-1

1-0-0

MARCUS ZIEMER (22 years): 289-132-45, 214-76-26

Goals

52

Assists

33

Andrew Bailey

30

POSTSEASON

1981 Peter Reynaud

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Points

126 Eric Lafon

Andrew Bailey

Shutouts

32 Brook Johnson


ALL-TIME STANDINGS 1983 NCAC

W L T CSU Hayward 11 1 2 UC Davis 9 3 1 Humboldt State 7 5 2 Sacramento St. 7 6 0 San Francisco St. 6 6 2 Chico State 6 8 0 SONOMA ST. 4 9 1 CSU Stanislaus 1 13 0

1984 NCAC

W L T CSU Hayward 9 2 1 Chico State 8 3 1 UC Davis 7 4 1 San Francisco St. 6 5 1 Humboldt State 4 6 2 SONOMA ST. 2 8 2 Sacramento State 2 12 0

1985 NCAC

W L T Chico State 8 2 0 UC Davis 6 3 1 CSU Hayward 5 4 1 Humboldt State 3 6 1 SONOMA ST. 3 6 1 San Francisco St. 3 7 0

1986 NCAC

W L T Chico State 10 1 1 UC Davis 10 2 0 CSU Hayward 9 2 1 Humboldt State 4 7 1 CSU Stanislaus 4 8 0 San Francisco St. 3 8 1 SONOMA ST. 0 12 0

1987 NCAC

W L T CSU Hayward 10 1 1 UC Davis 8 2 2 Humboldt State 6 5 1 CSU Stanislaus 4 8 0 San Francisco St. 4 8 0 SONOMA ST. 4 8 0 Chico State 2 10 0

1988 NCAC

W L T CSU Hayward 9 2 1 CSU Stanislaus 7 3 1 Chico State 7 4 0 Humboldt State 6 5 1 UC Davis 5 4 3 SONOMA ST. 2 8 2 San Francisco St. 1 11 0

1989 NCAC

W L T CSU Hayward 12 2 0 Chico State 10 3 1 Humboldt State 10 4 0 UC Davis 9 4 1 San Francisco St. 6 8 0 SONOMA ST. 5 9 0 CSU Stanislaus 3 11 0 Notre Dame 0 14 0

1990 NCAC

W L T SONOMA ST. 13 0 1 San Francisco St. 7 3 4 UC Davis 8 4 2 CSU Stanislaus 7 6 1 Chico State 6 7 1 CSU Hayward5 8 1 Humboldt State 5 9 0 Notre Dame 0 14 0

1991 NCAC

W L T SONOMA ST. 12 1 1 UC Davis 11 2 1 CSU Stanislaus 9 4 2 Humboldt State 7 6 1 Chico State 5 6 3 San Francisco St. 3 9 2 Notre Dame 2 11 1 CSU Hayward 2 12 0

1997 NCAC

W L T SONOMA ST. 12 2 0 Chico State 9 5 0 UC Davis 8 6 0 San Francisco St. 8 6 0 Humboldt State 7 7 0 CSU Hayward 5 7 2 Notre Dame 3 9 2 CSU Stanislaus 1 11 2

1998 CCAA

North W L T Chico State 11 3 0 SONOMA ST. 7 7 0 UC Davis 7 7 0 San Francisco St. 5 8 1 CSU Stanislaus 4 10 1

South W L T Cal Poly Pomona 11 3 1 Grand Canyon^ 10 4 1 CSU Dom. Hills 10 4 1 W L T CSU Bakersfield 6 7 2 Chico State 12 1 1 Cal State L.A. 5 9 1 SONOMA ST. 10 3 1 CSU San Bern. 4 10 1 UC Davis 9 4 1 San Francisco St. 7 5 2 CSU Stanislaus 8 6 0 North W L T Humboldt State 5 8 1 UC Davis 12 0 2 Notre Dame 1 13 0 Chico State 8 5 1 CSU Hayward 1 13 0 SONOMA ST. 7 6 1 CSU Stanislaus 3 10 1 San Francisco St. 1 12 1 W L T SONOMA ST. 11 1 2 South W L T UC Davis 11 3 0 Grand Canyon 12 3 0 Chico State 9 5 0 CSU Dom. Hills^ 9 6 0 Humboldt State 6 6 2 Cal Poly Pomona 8 6 1 CSU Stanislaus 7 7 0 CSU Bakersfield 7 7 1 San Francisco St. 6 7 1 CSU San Bern. 5 9 1 CSU Hayward 2 11 1 Cal State L.A. 3 11 1 Notre Dame 1 13 0

1992 NCAC

1999 CCAA

1993 NCAC

1994 NCAC

W L T Humboldt State 11 2 1 SONOMA ST. 8 4 2 CSU Hayward 9 5 0 Chico State 8 6 0 UC Davis 6 6 2 San Francisco St. 6 6 2 CSU Stanislaus 4 9 1 Notre Dame 0 14 0

1995 NCAC

W L T SONOMA ST. 13 1 0 Chico State 8 4 2 UC Davis 8 6 0 Humboldt State 7 6 1 San Francisco St. 7 7 0 CSU Hayward 3 9 2 CSU Stanislaus 4 10 0 Notre Dame 3 10 1

1996 NCAC

W L T SONOMA ST. 10 3 1 Humboldt State 8 5 1 Chico State 8 5 1 UC Davis 7 5 2 CSU Hayward 7 5 2 Notre Dame 5 8 1 San Francisco St. 4 9 1 CSU Stanislaus 2 11 1

2000 CCAA

North W L T SONOMA ST. 9 4 1 UC Davis 7 5 2 Chico State 7 7 0 San Francisco St. 5 8 1 Central CSU Dom. Hills^ CSU Bakersfield Cal State L.A. CSU Stanislaus

W L T 14 0 0 8 4 2 3 11 1 1 12 1

South UC San Diego Grand Canyon Cal Poly Pomona CSU San Bern.

W L T 9 3 2 9 4 1 5 6 3 0 13 1

2001 CCAA

North W L T UC Davis 9 4 1 SONOMA ST. 9 4 1 San Francisco St. 6 7 1 Chico State 5 9 0 Central CSU Dom. Hills^ CSU Bakersfield Cal State L.A. CSU Stanislaus

W L T 12 1 1 9 5 0 4 10 0 3 11 0

2004 CCAA

North W L T SONOMA ST. 8 5 1 Chico State 4 6 4 San Francisco St. 5 8 1 CSU Mont. Bay 5 8 1 CSU Stanislaus 3 10 1

South W L T CSU Dom. Hills 12 0 2 CSU Bakersfield^ 10 2 2 UC San Diego 8 4 2 Cal State L.A. 7 6 1 South W L T Cal Poly Pomona 5 8 1 Grand Canyon 11 3 0 CSU San Bern. 2 12 0 UC San Diego 6 7 1 CSU San Bern. 4 9 1 Cal Poly Pomona 3 11 0 North W L T SONOMA ST.^ 9 4 1 CSU Stanislaus 6 6 2 North W L T San Francisco St. 6 7 1 SONOMA ST. 11 3 0 Chico State 5 8 1 UC Davis 9 5 0 CSU Monte. Bay 4 9 1 Chico State 5 9 0 San Francisco St. 4 10 0 South W L T CSU Dom. Hills 9 3 2 Central W L T UC San Diego 8 4 2 CSU Dom. Hills^ 13 1 0 CSU San Bern. 7 6 1 CSU Bakersfield 12 2 0 CSU Bakersfield 7 7 0 Cal State L.A. 3 11 0 Cal State L.A. 6 8 0 CSU Stanislaus 3 11 0 Cal Poly Pomona 4 9 1

2005 CCAA

2002 CCAA

South UC San Diego Cal Poly Pomona CSU San Bern. Grand Canyon

W L T 9 5 0 7 6 1 5 8 1 2 12 0

2006 CCAA

North W L T SONOMA STATE 13 2 1 CSU Stanislaus 9 5 2 Chico State 8 7 1 Humboldt State 7 6 3 San Francisco St. 4 8 4 North W L T CSU Monterey Bay 1 14 1 Chico State^ 10 3 1 UC Davis 8 4 2 South W L T SONOMA ST. 6 6 2 Cal State L.A. 10 6 0 San Francisco St. 2 10 2 CSU Bakersfield 9 5 2 CSU Dom. Hills^ 9 6 1 Central W L T Cal Poly Pomona 6 7 3 CSU Dom. Hills 11 1 2 UC San Diego 5 9 2 CSU Bakersfield 7 5 2 CSU San Bern. 4 10 2 Cal State L.A. 4 7 3 CSU Stanislaus 2 11 1 North W L T South W L T SONOMA ST. 14 0 0 CSU San Bern. 8 5 1 CSU Mont. Bay 6 5 3 UC San Diego 8 5 1 Chico State 5 9 0 Cal Poly Pomona 6 7 1 San Francisco St. 4 9 1 Grand Canyon 3 11 0 CSU Stanislaus 3 8 3 Humboldt State 3 10 1

2003 CCAA

Records In The CCAA Championship TEAM APPEARANCES W L T CSU Dom. Hills 14 16 4 3 SONOMA ST. 10 8 6 2 Chico State 7 3 6 1 Cal State L.A. 6 3 5 0 UC San Diego 6 1 4 0 Grand Canyon 4 3 3 0 CSU San Bern. 4 0 4 0 CSU Stanislaus 3 2 2 0 UC Davis (3) 3 2 3 0 CSU Bakersfield 2 2 1 1 CSU Monterey Bay 1 1 1 0

2007 CCAA

South W L T CSU Dom. Hills^ 12 2 0 Cal State L.A. 9 3 2 Cal Poly Pomona 5 5 3 UC San Diego 4 6 3 CSU San Bern. 2 10 2

2008 CCAA

North W L T SONOMA ST.^ 11 1 2 Chico State 9 5 0 San Francisco St. 5 8 1 Humboldt State 3 8 3 CSU Mont. Bay 3 8 3 CSU Stanislaus 3 11 0

HISTORY South W L T CSU Dom. Hills 10 2 2 Cal State L.A. 9 3 2 CSU San Bern. 6 5 3 UC San Diego 6 6 2 Cal Poly Pomona 2 10 2

2009 CCAA

North W L T SONOMA ST. 10 3 3 CSU Stanislaus 8 6 2 Chico State 5 7 4 CSU Mont. Bay 5 8 3 Humboldt State 5 8 3 San Francisco St. 3 9 4 South W L T Cal State L.A. 13 2 1 CSU San Bern. 11 4 1 CSU Dom. Hills^ 11 4 1 Cal Poly Pomona 8 7 1 UC San Diego 4 9 3 CSU East Bay 0 16 0

2010 CCAA

North W L T Chico State 11 5 0 SONOMA ST.^ 10 5 1 CSU Stanislaus 8 5 3 San Francisco St. 6 9 1 Humboldt State 4 10 2 CSU Mont. Bay 1 13 2 South W L T CSU San Bern. 11 4 1 CSU Dom. Hills 10 4 2 UC San Diego 8 5 3 Cal State L.A. 8 7 1 Cal Poly Pomona 8 7 1 CSU East Bay 1 12 3

2011 CCAA

North Chico State CSU Stanislaus SONOMA ST. CSU Mont. Bay Humboldt State CSU East Bay

W L T 11 3 2 9 5 2 8 5 3 7 8 1 4 12 0 1 15 0

South W L T Cal State L.A.^ 10 1 5 CSU Dom. Hills 10 4 2 UC San Diego 9 7 0 Cal Poly Pomona 8 6 2 CSU San Bern. 5 9 2 San Francisco St. 4 11 1

2012 CCAA

North W L T Chico State 8 1 5 CSU Stanislaus^ 7 4 3 SONOMA ST. 6 6 2 CSU East Bay 2 7 5 CSU Mont. Bay 3 11 0 South W L T Cal State L.A.^ 10 2 3 CSU Dom. Hills 10 5 0 UC San Diego 8 3 4 CSU San Bern. 5 5 5 San Francisco St. 3 8 4 Cal Poly Pomona 1 11 3

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HISTORY

ALL-TIME ROSTER

Abbott, Nick.......................1997-98 Abousaleh, Nasser............1987-89 Adams, Nate......................1997-98 Addiego, Kasey......................2010 Aguirre, Felix.....................1997-98 Alas, Arturo.............................1999 Allard, Mike.............................1996 Allen, Jason............................1996 Alvarado, Ivan...................1999-00 Andersen, Thor..................1989-91 Angel, Brian.......................2009-12 Applebaum, Keith...................1981 Arias, Juan........................1994-95 Arroyo, Michel................... 2011-12 Asaro, Michael...................2004-07 Avina, Jose........................1984-85 Bailey, Andrew^^................2004-08 Bailey, Charles...................1983-86 Ball, Andrew...................... 2009-11 Barany, Tom.......................1999-00 Barker, Jason....................1992-93 Barnett, Joel...........................1981 Barquero, Richard.............1988-89 Becerril, Frank...................2009-12 Beckner, Ken.....................1990-91 Beedy, Greg.......................1988-89 Behler, Chris......................1990-91 Bell, Dan.................................1988 Bernard, Casey......................2009 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 Callahan, Sean....................... 2011 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 Clementino, Brian................... 2011 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 Davila, Kelly.......................2010-12 Davini, Chris...........................1991 Dayton, Casey...................2006-09 DeCosta, Dennis....................1982 Dedini, Randy^..................1992-93 Dela Cruz, Brandon...........2007-10 Delgado, Erick...................2009-10 DeShazer, Brandon................2000 Diaz, Beau..............................2012

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Dib, Anthony...........................2012 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 Duncan, Mike....................2005-08 Dusenbury, Marcus............1996-99 Edwards, Carl....................1992-95 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 Ferreira, Justin.................. 2010-11 Filipczyk, Evan.......................2012 Frame, Brenton......................2012 Friesen, Mike.....................1993-94 Furman, Todd....................1984-86 Furneri, Anthony................1989-90 Furtado, Davide......................2008 Gallant, Stuart...................2006-09 Gentile, Mike.....................1994-97 George, Nick.....................2009-10 Ghandour, George.............1983-85 Gilson, John...........................1987 Giuliacci, Chris..................2000-03 Glover, Aaron.....................2010-12 Goldfoos, Damon...................1999 Goncalves, Tim..................2001-03 Gouvea, Chris........................1981 Grady, Alan........................2006-09 Gratzer, Hans....................1994-96 Guerra, Rafael...................1981-82 Gundred, Eric....................1990-91 Hackerson, Dave....................1982 Hall, Ryan^........................2007-10 Halloran, Brian........................2001 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..................2007-10 Honaker, Kyle.................... 2010-11 Hosseini, Nima..................1996-97 Huberty, Paul.....................1987-89 Huff, Andy...............................1996 Hughes, Scott....................1988-89 Humphrie, Mike......................1984 Hunter, Joe........................1983-84 Hurst, Trevor...................... 2009-11 Jakubek, Dominik...................2000 Jensen, Keith.....................1983-84 Johnson, Brook^................2006-09 Jones, Jack.......................2007-08 Jones, Matthew......................1987 Jones, Mike.......................1993-96 Jones, Peter......................1984-87 Jones, Taylor............... 2007-09, 11 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

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Koffler, Dagan....................1999-00 Kraus, Timothy..................1986-87 Lacrosse, Kier...................1983-84 Lafon, Eric^........................2005-08 Landermann, Robert.........1983-84 Langwith, Ben....................2008-09 Larson, Eric.......................2004-07 Larson, Sam.....................1998, 00 Lawton, John.....................1983-85 Leaver, Cam...........................2012 Lechel, Robert...................1992-93 Loesche, Jeff.....................2006-09 Lojas, Juan........................1994-95 Lombardi, Ebby................. 2008-11 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 Mathers, Graeme...................2012 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, Anders.................... 2011-12 Perez, Carlos.....................1983-86 Perez, Juan............................1984 Perez, Sergio..........................2002 Phillips, Alex...........................1998 Phil, Chris...............................2012 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 Sallee, Victor.....................1982-83 Sanders, Lee.....................1996-97 Sandoval, Ricardo............. 2009-11 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 Smitchger, Ryan................ 2009-11 Smith, Ari...........................1993-94 Smith, Chad............................2002 Smith, Ryan.......................1996-97 Smith, Ryan^.....................1999-02 Somers, James......................1983 Sosa, Juan..................2007-08, 10 Spang, Steaven......................1999 Spann, Nico.......................2010-12 Stafford, Dylan........................2012 Starr, Kary........................1995, 97 Sterling, Josh.....................1993-96 Stryker, Joey...........................2009 Stowe, Mike.......................1982-83 Stutz, Scott.............................1989 Sweet, Jeremy^...........1991-93, 95 Taufer, Cory............2008-09, 11-12 Taufer, Sean...................... 2011-12 Tejan, Jomed.....................2009-12 Tennant, Trevor.................2010-12 Theobald, Daniel....................2012 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 Varnadore, Taylor.............2010 -12 Vickers, Cam.....................2008-10 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, Chris.^...... 1990-91, 97-98 Ziemer, Marcus.............1983, 1985 Zoller, Whitney........................1998 ^ All-American


SERIES HISTORIES Academy of Art

SERIES HISTORY 2011 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Alliant

SERIES HISTORY 2002 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

BYU-Hawaii

SERIES HISTORY 2000 at Laie W 1-0 2008 at Laie W 5-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 2-0-0

Cal Maritime

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Vallejo W 4-1 1981 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1982 at Vallejo W 5-0 1982 at Rohnert Park W 5-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 4-0-0

Cal Poly Pomona

SERIES HISTORY 1985 at Pomona L 0-2 1986 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1990 at Pomona W 4-1 1991 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1997 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1998 at Pomona L 0-1 1999 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2000 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2001 at Pomona W 1-0 2002 at Rohnert Park L 2-4 2003 at Pomona L 0-1 2004 at Pomona W 2-1 2005 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 2006 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2007 at Pomona W 2-1 2008 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2009 at Pomona W 3-1 2010 at Rohnert Park L 3-5 2011 at Pomona L 0-1 2012 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 Series Tied 10-9-1

Cal Poly SLO

SERIES HISTORY 1991 N at Melbourne W 2-1 1993 N at Rohnert Park W 2-0 Fresno State Leads Series 2-0-0

Cal State Bakersfield

SERIES HISTORY 1990 N at Bakersfield W 3-2 1992 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1994 at Bakersfield T 2-2 1996 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1997 at Bakersfield L 0-2 1998 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1999 at Bakersfield W 2-1 2000 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2001 at Bakersfield W 4-1 2002 at Rohnert Park L 3-4 2002 C at Petaluma L 2-2

2003 at Bakersfield L 2004 at Rohnert Park L 2005 at Rohnert Park W 2006 at Rohnert Park W Sonoma State Leads Series 7-6-2

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Cal St. Dominguez Hills

SERIES HISTORY 1985 at Pomona L 0-1 1989 at Carson L 0-4 1990 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1998 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1999 at Carson W 4-2 2000 at Carson L 0-1 2000 C at Carson L 1-3 2001 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2001 C at Carson L 0-3 2002 at Carson L 0-2 2002 N at Carson W 3-2 2003 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2004 at Carson L 2-3 2004 C at Carson L 2-4 2005 at Rohnert Park W 6-0 2005 C at Turlock W 1-0 2006 at Carson L 0-5 2006 C at La Jolla L 1-2 2007 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2007 C at Carson L 0-1 2007 N at Carson T 1-1 2008 at Carson L 0-1 2008 C at Carson T 0-0 2009 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2009 C at Turlock L 2-3 2009 N at Los Angeles L 0-3 2010 at Carson L 0-3 2010 C at Turlock W 1-0 2011 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2012 at Carson L 2-3 CSU Dom. Hills Leads Series 20-8-2

Cal State East Bay

SERIES HISTORY 1983 at Hayward L 0-2 1983 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1984 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1984 at Hayward L 0-4 1985 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1985 at Hayward L 1-3 1986 at Hayward L 1-4 1986 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 1987 at Hayward L 0-2 1987 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 1988 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1988 at Hayward L 0-1 1989 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1989 at Hayward L 0-2 1990 at Hayward W 2-1 1990 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1991 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1991 at Hayward W 2-0 1992 at Hayward W 1-0 1992 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1993 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1993 at Hayward T 3-3 1994 at Hayward L 2-3 1994 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1995 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1995 at Hayward W 5-2 1996 at Hayward W 3-0

1996 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1997 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1997 at Hayward L 1-2 2009 at Hayward W 3-1 2010 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2011 at Rohnert Park W 9-0 2011 at Hayward W 2-1 2012 at Hayward W 1-0 2012 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2012 at Hayward L 0-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 19-17-1

Cal State L.A.

SERIES HISTORY 1992 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1993 at Bakersfield W 1-0 1994 at Bakersfield L 0-2 1995 at Los Angeles L 1-2 1996 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1998 at Los Angeles L 1-3 1999 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 2000 at Los Angeles W 7-0 2001 at Rohnert Park W 4-2 2002 at Los Angeles W 2-0 2003 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 2004 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 2005 at Los Angeles W 1-0 2006 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2007 at Los Angeles W 4-2 2008 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2008 C at Carson W 2-1 2008 N at Carson T 1-1 2009 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2009 C at Turlock W 1-0 2010 at Los Angeles T 1-1 2011 at Santa Rosa T 1-1 2012 at Los Angeles L 1-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 12-7-4

Cal State Monterey Bay

SERIES HISTORY 2004 at Seaside W 1-0 2004 at Petaluma W 5-1 2005 at Seaside L 1-2 2005 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 2006 at Seaside W 6-2 2006 at Rohnert Park W 9-1 2007 at Seaside W 2-0 2007 at Petaluma W 4-2 2008 at Rohnert Park T 2-2 2008 at Seaside W 6-0 2009 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 2009 at Seaside L 0-2 2010 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2010 at Seaside W 3-1 2011 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2011 at Seaside W 1-0 2012 at Seaside W 4-3 2012 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 13-4-1

Cal State Northridge

SERIES HISTORY 1985 at Pomona L 0-5 CSU Northridge Leads Series 1-0-0

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Cal St. San Bernardino

SERIES HISTORY 1993 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1994 at San Bernardino W 2-0 1995 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1998 at San Bernardino W 3-0 1999 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 2000 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2001 at San Bernardino W 2-1 2002 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2003 at San Bernardino T 3-3 2004 at San Bernardino W 2-0 2005 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2006 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2007 at San Bernardino W 4-0 2008 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 2009 at San Bernardino W 1-0 2010 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 2010 C at Turlock W 1-0 2011 at San Bernardino T 1-1 2012 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 16-1-2

Cal State Stanislaus

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Turlock L 0-3 1982 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1983 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1983 at Turlock W 3-1 1984 at Turlock W forf. 1984 at Rohnert Park W forf. 1986 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1986 at Turlock L 0-4 1987 at Turlock L 0-5 1987 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1988 at Rohnert Park L 2-3 1988 at Turlock L 2-3 1989 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1989 at Turlock W 1-0 1990 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1990 at Turlock W 3-2 1991 at Rohnert Park W 4-3 1991 at Turlock W 1-0 1992 at Turlock W 1-0 1992 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1993 at Turlock W 4-1 1993 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1994 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 1994 at Turlock T 2-2 1995 at Turlock W 5-1 1995 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1996 at Rohnert Park W 6-0 1996 at Turlock W 3-2 1997 at Turlock W 1-0 1997 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1998 at Turlock T 2-2 1998 at Rohnert Park W 8-2 1999 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1999 at Turlock W 6-2 2000 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2001 at Turlock L 0-1 2002 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 2003 at Turlock W 2-0 2004 at Turlock L 0-1 2004 at Petaluma W 2-1 2005 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2005 at Turlock L 2-4 2006 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2006 at Turlock T 1-1

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2007 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2007 at Turlock W 2-1 2008 at Turlock W 3-2 2008 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2009 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 2009 at Turlock L 0-1 2010 at Turlock L 1-2 2010 at Rohnert Park W 4-3 2011 at Turlock L 3-4 2011 at Rohnert Park T 0-0 2012 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 2012 at Turlock W 3-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 38-13-5

Central Arkansas

SERIES HISTORY 2002 N at Virginia Beach W 2-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 2-0-0

Chaminade

SERIES HISTORY 2008 at Honolulu W 6-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Chapman

SERIES HISTORY 1989 at Orange L 0-2 Chapman Leads Series 1-0-0

Chico State

SERIES HISTORY 1983 at Chico W 2-1 1983 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1984 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1984 at Chico L 1-3 1985 at Chico L 0-2 1985 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1986 at Chico L 1-2 1986 at Rohnert Park L 0-5 1987 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1987 at Chico L 0-2 1988 at Chico L 0-4 1988 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1989 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 1989 at Chico L 0-2 1990 at Chico W 1-0 1990 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1991 at Chico T 2-2 1991 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 1992 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 1992 at Chico L 1-2 1993 at Chico W 2-0 1993 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1994 at Chico L 0-5 1994 at Rohnert Park W 4-1 1995 at Chico L 0-2 1995 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1996 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1996 at Chico W 1-0 1997 at Chico W 3-0 1997 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 1998 at Rohnert Park L 1-5 1998 at Chico L 2-4 1999 at Chico L 0-3 1999 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2000 at Chico L 1-2 2000 at Rohnert Park L 2-3 2001 at Rohnert Park W 3-2

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Cogswell

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Sunnyvale W 4-1 1981 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1982 at Sunnyvale W 1-0 1982 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 4-0-0

Colorado Mines

SERIES HISTORY 1996 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Colorado St.-Pueblo

SERIES HISTORY 1998 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 Colo. St-Pueblo Leads Series 1-0-0

Denver

SERIES HISTORY 1993 at Bakersfield W 2-0 1996 at Phoenix T 2-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-1

Dominican

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1981 at San Rafael W 2-1 1982 at Rohnert Park W 8-0 1986 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1987 at San Rafael W 2-0 2010 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 6-0-0

Dowling

SERIES HISTORY 1995 at Oakdale T 1-1 2005 at Phoenix T 0-0 Series Tied 1-1-0

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Florida Tech

SERIES HISTORY 1991 at Melbourne T 2-2 1991 N at Melbourne L 1-5 Florida Tech Leads Series 1-0-1

Fort Lewis

SERIES HISTORY 1999 at Durango T 0-0 Series Tied 0-0-1

Franklin Pierce

SERIES HISTORY 1993 at Phoenix W 2-0 1995 at Rindge L 1-3 Series Tied 1-1-0

Fresno Pacific

SERIES HISTORY 1988 at Fresno T 1-1 1990 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2008 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2010 at Fresno W 4-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 3-0-1

Fresno State

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Fresno L 1-2 1993 at Fresno L 0-3 Fresno State Leads Series 2-0-0

Grand Canyon

SERIES HISTORY 1988 at Fresno L 2-3 1992 at Rohnert Park L 1-4 1993 at Phoenix W 1-0 1994 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1995 at Chico L 1-3 1996 at Phoenix L 0-3 1997 at Rohnert Park T 2-2 1998 at Phoenix L 1-5 1999 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2000 at Phoenix L 0-1 2001 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 2002 at Phoenix W 6-1 2003 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2004 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2005 at Phoenix L 0-1 2007 at Rohnert Park T 0-0 2009 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2012 at Phoenix L 1-2 Series Tied 8-8-1

Humboldt State

SERIES HISTORY 1983 at Arcata L 1-2 1983 at Rohnert Park L 0-4 1984 at Arcata L 0-2 1984 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1985 at Rohnert Park L 2-3 1985 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1986 at Arcata L 0-2 1986 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 1987 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1987 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1988 at Arcata L 0-1 1988 at Arcata L 0-2 1989 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1989 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1990 at Arcata W 2-1 1990 at Arcata W 2-0 1991 at Rohnert Park W 5-1 1991 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1992 at Arcata W 4-1 1992 at Arcata W 4-0 1993 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1993 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1994 at Arcata L 2-3 1994 at Rohnert Park L 2-3 1995 at Arcata W 1-0 1995 at Rohnert Park W 4-2 1996 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1996 at Arcata L 1-4 1997 at Arcata W 4-1 1997 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1998 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1999 at Arcata W 2-0 2000 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 2001 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2002 at Arcata W 1-0 2003 at Rohnert Park W 4-1 2005 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2006 at Arcata W 3-1 2006 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2007 at Arcata W 5-0 2008 at Rohnert Park T 2-2 2008 at Arcata W 5-0 2009 at Arcata T 1-1 2009 at Rohnert Park T 0-0 2010 at Arcata W 4-0 2010 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2011 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2011 at Arcata W 5-4 Sonoma State Leads Series 28-13-7

Lewis & Clark

Hawaii Pacific

SERIES HISTORY 1987 at Arcata W 2-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Holy Names

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Atherton L 0-1 1981 at Rohnert Park T 0-0 1982 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1983 at Rohnert Park T 2-2 2012 at Santa Rosa W 3-0 Sonoma State Leads 2-1-2

SERIES HISTORY 1998 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1999 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2000 at Honolulu W 2-1 2000 at Honolulu T 0-0 2008 at Honolulu W 3-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 4-0-1

SERIES HISTORY 2007 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

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SERIES HISTORIES Metro State

SERIES HISTORY 1999 at Denver L 0-1 Metro State Leads Series 1-0-0

Midwestern State

SERIES HISTORY 1997 at Canyon L 0-2 2002 N at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2007 N at Wichita Falls T 2-2 Series Tied 1-1-1

Missouri-St. Louis

SERIES HISTORY 1991 N at St. Louis W 3-1 1992 at St. Louis L 1-3 1996 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 2000 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 2004 at Rohnert Park W 7-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 4-1-0

Notre Dame de Namur

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1981 at Belmont W 1-0 1982 at Belmont W 1-0 1982 at Rohnert Park W 9-0 1988 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 1989 at Belmont W 2-0 1989 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 1990 at Rohnert Park W 8-0 1990 at Belmont W 5-0 1991 at Belmont W 4-0 1991 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1992 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1992 at Belmont W 3-0 1993 at Belmont W 3-0 1993 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 1993 at Belmont W 3-1 1993 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1995 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 1995 at Belmont W 1-0 1996 at Belmont W 2-1 1996 at Rohnert Park T 0-0 1997 at Belmont W 3-0 1997 at Rohnert Park W 5-1 2000 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 2003 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2007 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 2008 at Belmont L 1-2 2009 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 2011 at Rohnert Park L 0-4 Sonoma State Leads Series 26-2-1

Oakland (MI)

SERIES HISTORY 1991 N at Rochester W 3-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Oregon State

SERIES HISTORY 1988 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 1991 at Rohnert Park W 4-1 Series Tied 1-1-0

Pacific (CA)

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Stockton L 0-6 1983 at Stockton L 0-6 1984 at Rohnert Park W 5-1 1990 at Rohnert Park W 8-0 Series Tied 2-2-0

Pacific (OR)

SERIES HISTORY 1986 at Arcata L 1-2 1987 at Arcata L 1-2 Pacific (OR) Leads Series 2-0-0

Pacific Lutheran

SERIES HISTORY 1985 at Arcata L 0-1 Pacific Lutheran Leads Series 1-0-0

Pomona College

SERIES HISTORY 1982 at Pomona T 1-1 1983 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 Series Tied 1-1-0

Redlands

SERIES HISTORY 1982 at Redlands W 6-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Regis

SERIES HISTORY 1998 at Rohnert Park L 2-4 Regis Leads Series 1-0-0

Sacramento State

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Sacramento L 0-4 1982 at Sacramento L 1-3 1983 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1983 at Sacramento L 0-3 1984 at Sacramento L 0-1 1984 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1985 at Sacramento L 2-4 1985 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 1986 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 1987 at Sacramento L 0-8 1988 at Rohnert Park L 1-5 1989 at Sacramento L 0-3 1990 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1991 at Sacramento W 3-0 Sacramento St. Leads Series 10-4-0

Saint Martin’s

SERIES HISTORY 2012 at Phoenix W 4-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Saint Mary’s (CA)

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1982 at Moraga L 1-2 1983 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1984 at Arcata L 0-1 1986 at Moraga L 0-3 1988 at Rohnert Park L 0-4 1989 at Moraga L 0-3 Saint Mary’s (CA) Leads Series 6-0-1

San Diego State

SERIES HISTORY 1984 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 San Diego State Leads Series 1-0-0

San Francisco

SERIES HISTORY 1988 at Rohnert Park T 0-0 1990 at San Francisco L 0-3 San Francisco Leads Series 1-0-1

San Francisco State

SERIES HISTORY 1983 at San Francisco L 1-2 1983 at Rohnert Park L 0-6 1984 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1984 at San Francisco L 1-2 1985 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1985 at San Francisco L 0-1 1986 at San Francisco L 0-1 1986 at Rohnert Park L 2-4 1987 at San Francisco L 0-3 1987 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1988 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1988 at San Francisco W 2-1 1989 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1989 at San Francisco W 2-0 1990 at San Francisco T 0-0 1990 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1991 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1991 at San Francisco W 4-0 1992 at San Francisco T 1-1 1992 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 1993 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1993 at San Francisco W 3-0 1994 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1994 at San Francisco T 3-3 1995 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1995 at San Francisco W 5-2 1996 at San Francisco L 2-3 1996 at Rohnert Park W 5-0 1997 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 1997 at San Francisco L 0-1 1998 at Rohnert Park L 0-3 1998 at San Francisco W 1-0 1999 at San Francisco T 1-1 1999 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2000 at San Francisco W 2-1 2000 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 2001 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2001 at San Francisco W 3-0 2002 at San Francisco W 2-0 2002 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2003 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 2003 at San Francisco W 1-0 2004 at Rohnert Park L 2-3 2004 at San Francisco W 3-1

HISTORY

2005 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2005 at San Francisco W 2-1 2006 at San Francisco W 1-0 2006 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2007 at San Francisco W 3-2 2007 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2008 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2008 at San Francisco W 2-1 2009 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2009 at San Francisco W 2-1 2010 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 2010 at San Francisco W 2-1 2011 at San Francisco L 1-2 2012 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 34-19-5

San Jose State

SERIES HISTORY 1991 at San Jose L 1-2 San Jose State Leads Series 1-0-0

Santa Clara

SERIES HISTORY 1984 at Santa Clara L 0-2 1985 at Santa Clara L 1-2 1987 at Santa Clara L 0-6 1988 at Santa Clara L 0-5 1994 at Santa Clara L 0-3 Santa Clara Leads Series 5-0-0

Seattle

SERIES HISTORY 1985 at Arcata W 4-3 1989 at Seattle W 1-0 1990 at Rohnert Park W 6-1 2001 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2002 at Seattle W 2-1 2003 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2004 at Seattle L 0-1 2005 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2006 at Seattle L 0-3 2007 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 2007 N at Carson W 2-0 Seattle Leads Series 6-5-0

Seattle Pacific

SERIES HISTORY 1989 at Seattle T 3-3 1990 N at Seattle L 0-1 1992 at Rohnert Park L 1-3 1993 N at Seattle L 0-4 1995 at Chico L 2-3 1997 at Seattle L 2-3 1998 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1999 at Seattle L 0-2 2000 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 2001 at Seattle L 0-2 2002 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 2003 at Seattle L 0-1 2004 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 2005 at Seattle L 0-2 2005 N at Carson L 0-2 2006 at Rohnert Park L 0-3 2007 at Seattle L 1-2 2008 at Rohnert Park W 4-1 2009 at Seattle T 0-0 Seattle Pacific Leads Series 13-2-4

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Simon Fraser

SERIES HISTORY 2004 at Burnaby W 2-0 2006 at Phoenix L 0-1 Series Tied 1-1-0

So. New Hampshire

SERIES HISTORY 2002 N at Virginia Beach W 4-3 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Stanford

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Stanford L 0-16 Stanford Leads Series 1-0-0

Tampa

SERIES HISTORY 1991 at Tampa L 1-2 Tampa Leads Series 1-0-0

Truman State

SERIES HISTORY 1992 at Kirksville W 4-0 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

UC Davis

SERIES HISTORY 1982 at Rohnert Park L 1-4 1983 at Davis L 1-5 1983 at Rohnert Park T 2-2 1984 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1984 at Davis W 6-2 1985 at Davis L 0-3 1985 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1986 at Rohnert Park L 0-3 1986 at Davis L 0-3 1987 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1987 at Davis L 1-5 1988 at Davis T 0-0 1988 at Rohnert Park T 1-1 1989 at Davis L 1-2 1989 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1990 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1990 at Davis W 2-1 1991 at Davis W 2-0 1991 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1992 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1992 at Davis L 0-1 1993 at Davis W 2-0 1993 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1994 at Davis W 3-1 1994 at Rohnert Park W 4-1 1995 at Davis W 2-0 1995 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 1996 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1996 at Davis W 2-0 1997 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 1997 at Davis W 3-1 1998 at Davis L 2-3 1998 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1999 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1999 at Davis L 1-3 2000 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2000 at Davis W 1-0 2001 at Davis T 1-1 2001 at Rohnert Park L 1-4

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2002 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2002 at Davis W 2-1 2003 at Davis W 1-0 2003 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 20-19-4

UC Irvine

SERIES HISTORY 1990 at Irvine L 0-2 UC Irvine Leads Series 1-0-0

UC San Diego

SERIES HISTORY 2000 at La Jolla W 2-1 2000 C at Carson W 4-1 2001 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2002 at La Jolla W 1-0 2003 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2004 at La Jolla T 0-0 2005 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 2005 C at Turlock W 3-1 2006 at La Jolla W 2-1 2007 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2008 at La Jolla W 4-0 2009 at La Jolla W 2-1 2010 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 2011 at La Jolla L 1-2 2012 at Rohnert Park L 0-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 11-3-1

UC Santa Cruz

SERIES HISTORY 1981 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1981 at Santa Cruz T 2-2 1982 at Santa Cruz W 3-0 1982 at Rohnert Park W 4-2 1984 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 1985 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 1986 at Santa Cruz L 1-3 1987 at Rohnert Park L 0-1 1988 at Santa Cruz W 3-2 Sonoma State Leads Series 6-2-1

Western Washington

SERIES HISTORY 1999 at Bellingham W 1-0 2000 at Rohnert Park W 3-2 2001 at Bellingham W 1-0 2002 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2003 at Bellingham L 1-2 2004 at Rohnert Park W 1-0 2005 at Bellingham W 2-1 2006 at Rohnert Park W 3-1 2007 at Bellingham W 3-1 2008 at Rohnert Park W 2-0 2009 at Bellingham W 2-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 10-1-0

ETHAN MILLERBAZEMORE SCORED 21 GOALS FOR SONOMA STATE IN 1996.

Vanguard

SERIES HISTORY 1986 at Rohnert Park W 2-1 2001 at Rohnert Park W 3-0 San Diego State Leads Series 1-0-0

West Texas A&M

SERIES HISTORY 1997 at Canyon L 0-3 West Texas A&M Leads Series 1-0-0

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Westminster (UT) SERIES HISTORY 1989 at Rohnert Park W 4-1 Sonoma State Leads Series 1-0-0

Westmont

SERIES HISTORY 1987 at Rohnert Park L 1-2 1989 at Rohnert Park L 1-4 2003 at Rohnert Park W 4-0 Westmont Leads Series 2-1-0


CHAMPIONS NCAA Division II National Champions

1972 SIU-Edwardsville 1973 Missouri-St. Louis 1974 Adelphi 1975 Baltimore 1976 Loyola 1977 Alabama A&M 1978 Seattle Pacific 1979 Alabama A&M 1980 Lock Haven 1981 Tampa 1982 Florida International 1983 Seattle Pacific 1984 Florida International 1985 Seattle Pacific 1986 Seattle Pacific 1987 So. Connecticut State 1988 Florida Tech 1989 So. New Hampshire 1990 So. Connecticut State 1991 Florida Tech 1992 So. Connecticut State 1993 Seattle Pacific 1994 Tampa 1995 So. Connecticut State 1996 Grand Canyon 1997 Cal State Bakersfield 1998 So. Connecticut State 1999 So. Connecticut State 2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2001 Tampa 2002 SONOMA STATE 2003 Lynn 2004 Seattle 2005 Fort Lewis 2006 Dowling 2007 Franklin Pierce 2008 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2009 Fort Lewis 2010 Northern Kentucky 2011 Fort Lewis 2012 Lynn

NCAA Division II West Region Champions

1986 Seattle Pacific 1987 Seattle Pacific 1988 Cal State Northridge 1989 Cal State East Bay 1990 Seattle Pacific 1991 SONOMA STATE 1992 Seattle Pacific 1993 Seattle Pacific 1994 Seattle Pacific 1995 Cal State Bakersfield 1996 Grand Canyon 1997 Cal State Bakersfield 1998 Seattle Pacific 1999 UC Davis 2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2001 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2002 SONOMA STATE 2003 Chico State 2004 Seattle 2005 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2006 Seattle 2007 SONOMA STATE 2008 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2009 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2010 Chico State 2011 Cal State L.A. 2012 Simon Fraser

CCAA Champions

1998 Grand Canyon 1999 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2001 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2002 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2003 Chico State 2004 Cal State Bakersfield 2005 SONOMA STATE 2006 Cal State Dominguez 2007 Cal State Dominguez 2008 SONOMA STATE 2009 Cal State Dominguez 2010 SONOMA STATE 2011 Cal State L.A. 2012 Cal State Stanislaus

CCAA North Division Champions

1998 Chico State 1999 UC Davis 2000 SONOMA STATE 2001 SONOMA STATE/UC Davis 2002 SONOMA STATE 2003 Chico State 2004 SONOMA STATE 2005 SONOMA STATE 2006 SONOMA STATE 2007 SONOMA STATE 2008 SONOMA STATE 2009 SONOMA STATE 2010 Chico State 2011 Chico State 2012 Chico State

CCAA South Division Champions

1998 Cal Poly Pomona 1999 Grand Canyon 2000 UC San Diego 2001 Grand Canyon 2002 UC San Diego 2003 Cal State San Bernardino 2004 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2005 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2006 Cal State L.A. 2007 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2008 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2009 Cal State L.A. 2010 Cal State San Bernardino 2011 Cal State L.A. 2012 Cal State L.A.

CCAA Central Division Champions

HISTORY

CCAA Regular Season Champions

1998 Cal Poly Pomona/Chico State 1999 UC Davis 2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2001 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2002 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2003 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2004 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2005 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2006 SONOMA STATE 2007 SONOMA STATE 2008 SONOMA STATE 2009 Cal State L.A. 2010 Cal State San Bernardino 2011 Cal State L.A./Chico State 2012 Cal State L.A. *Best record in CCAA play (regular season). Earned #1 seed in CCAA Tournament.

NCAC Champions

1983 Cal State Hayward 1984 Cal State Hayward 1985 Chico State 1986 Chico State 1987 Cal State Hayward 1988 Cal State Hayward 1989 Cal State Hayward 1990 SONOMA STATE 1991 SONOMA STATE 1992 Chico State 1993 SONOMA STATE 1994 Humboldt State 1995 SONOMA STATE 1996 SONOMA STATE 1997 SONOMA STATE

2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2001 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2002 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2003 Cal State Dominguez Hills

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2002 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

HISTORY

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! SSU Athletics Website, 12/8/02

For the second straight game, the Sonoma State men’s soccer team rallied from a halftime deficit Sunday, this time to win the national championship by a final of 4-3 over Southern New Hampshire University. It was the first national title won by an SSU intercollegiate team since women’s soccer claimed the prize back in 1990. As fans have seen time and time again this year, the team has rallied from difficult situations to pull off incredible feats. Against rival CS Dominguez Hills in regional playoff action, the team faced a 2-0 deficit against the Toros with 30 minutes remaining. With their season on the line, the team fought back by scoring two goals, then winning the game in overtime. Again last Friday, against Central Arkansas in the national semi-final, the team trailed 1-0 at the half before tying the game and winning it in double overtime. In almost a repeat of Friday’s semifinal game, SSU dominated early by controlling the ball and generating a few solid offensive chances. However, it was SNHU that got on the board first in the 14th minute when Anthony Augustine beat the keeper to the far-post to give the Penmen a 1-0 lead.

NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 RS RS RS RS RS RS

NAME Matt Bernard Brandon Parker Tim Maycock Travis Ryan Alex Doran Tony Bussard Justin Diener Danny Dopler Chris Giuliacci Drew Whalen Thomas Corwin Brandon Boone Brian Coyne Ryan Smith Mike Kelley Sergio Perez Michael Nathan Chad Smith Chris Daly Tim Goncalves Steven Christensen Danny Burris Brett Cook Kai Edwards Orlando Montalvan Apolonia Ramirez Clark Rupp

POS GK MF F D MF F D D D MF MF F MF D D MF MF MF MF MF GK

2002 Roster HT YR 6-4 Jr 5-9 Sr 5-9 Fr 5-11 Fr 5-9 So 5-10 Sr 5-9 Sr 5-10 So 5-10 Jr 5-8 Fr 5-11 Sr 5-10 So 6-0 So 6-0 Sr 6-1 Fr 5-6 So 6-2 So 5-8 Jr 6-0 So 6-1 Jr 6-1 Sr 6-0 Fr 5-11 Fr 6-1 Jr 6-0 Fr 5-9 Jr 6-5 Fr

HOMETOWN Roseville Santa Cruz Roseville Sacramento Oak View Lakeport Bellingham, WA Lancaster Foster City Pleasant Hill Laguna Niguel Santa Rosa Cameron Park Santa Rosa Concord Palmdale Santa Rosa Fremont Sonoma Clovis Hayward Kailua, HI San Diego San Pedro Mill Valley Sacramento Antioch

SSU got the equalizer in the 34th minute thanks to a great pass from senior Tony Bussard. Bussard used his strength to clip the ball nicely, flicking it over to sophomore Brian Coyne who stuffed it into the corner.

LAST SCHOOL San Diego State De Anza JC Woodcreek HS Jesuit HS St. Bonaventure HS Clear Lake HS Western Washington Lancaster HS Burlingame HS College Park HS Aliso Niguel HS Piner HS Oak Ridge HS Santa Clara Northgate HS Highland HS Chico State Ohlone JC Sonoma Valley HS Modesto JC Cañada JC St. Louis HS Mt. Carmel HS San Francisco State Marin Catholic HS Cosumnes River JC Deer Valley HS

The Penmen, however, didn’t give SSU any time to enjoy their goal. Just 36 seconds after Coyne’s efforts, Tajiou re-directed a free ball with a crafty header that beat Seawolf goalkeeper Matt Bernard to the corner. The Seawolves squad went into the halftime locker room trailing 2-1. In a familiar position, trailing halfway through the game, SSU was able to capture the magic that led them to come-frombehind wins in the previous rounds. The Seawolves knotted the game three minutes into the second half, thanks to a miscue in the PenMug shot of Bussardmen defensive end. An errant clear resulted in a high ball that a SNHU player attempted to head out of the zone. His header however, found the foot of sophomore Brandon Boone, who scored his second goal of the Final Four by beating Penmen keeper Adam Spinelli to the top corner from 15 yards out. SSU finally took charge in the 73rd minute with a quick, debilitating scoring frenzy that dashed any hopes of salvation for the Penmen. A Chris Giulacci throw-in drifted into a slew of players in front of the Penmen net, where it found the foot of SSU’s Michael Nathan. Nathan then had a very simple tap from six yards out, and SSU had a lead it would not relinquish at 3-2. The Seawolves added a critical insurance goal two minutes later, thanks to freshman Tim Maycock’s fancy footwork. Working on the right wing, Maycock cut around a defender and moved to the inside. With Spinelli out to cover the angle, Maycock broke farther right, away from the keeper. He then centered a ball to a wide-open Tony Bussard cutting across from the left. Bussard literally had the entire net to convert his shot, putting the Seawolves ahead 4-2. The Penmen suffered yet another devastating blow in the 83rd minute when two New Hampshire players were ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct that included pushing and shoving, and at least one punch thrown. Despite being down two players, the Penmen still converted on a goal with eights second remaining, but it was too little to late. Following the game, four players on SSU were named to the All-Tournament team: Seniors Tony Bussard, and Ryan Smith, junior Matt Bernard, and sophomore Brandon Boone. With a goal and an assist in the tournament, Bussard was named most Outstanding Offensive Player, while goalie Bernard took home the Most Outstanding Defensive Player Award. SSU finishes the season with a record of 20-4, while New Hampshire drops 20-3-1.

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DEPARTMENT

MISC.

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Bill Fusco

Director of Athletics

bill.fusco@sonoma.edu

Brandon Bronzan

Associate Athletics Director

brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu

Yvonne Burbank

Associate Athletics Director

yvonne.burbank@sonoma.edu

Mike Ogg

Director of Business Operations

ogg@sonoma.edu

Nancy Crosat

Business Operations Analyst

nancy.crosat@sonoma.edu

Dr. Duane Dove

Faculty Athletic Representative

duane.dove@sonoma.edu

Tyler Lobe

Sports Information Coordinator

lobe@sonoma.edu

Michael Balasek

Compliance Coordinator

balasek@sonoma.edu

Willie Lee

Equipment Manager

willie.lee@sonoma.edu

Julie Rudy

Head Athletic Trainer

julie.miller@sonoma.edu

Shyla Penn

Assistant Athletic Trainer

shyla.penn@sonoma.edu

John Goelz

Head Baseball Coach

john.goelz@sonoma.edu

Pat Fuscaldo

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

fuscaldo@sonoma.edu

Mark Rigby

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

mark.rigby@sonoma.edu

Sean Fitzpatrick

Head Women’s Cross Country Coach

fitzpats@sonoma.edu

Val Verhunce

Head Men’s/Women’s Golf Coach

val.verhunce@sonoma.edu

Marcus Ziemer

Head Men’s Soccer Coach

ziemer@sonoma.edu

Emiria Salzmann

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

salzmann@sonoma.edu

Jennifer Bridges

Head Softball Coach

bridgesj@sonoma.edu

Steve Cunninghame

Head Men’s Tennis Coach

steve.cunninghame@sonoma.edu

Bear Grassl

Head Volleyball Coach

bear.grassl@sonoma.edu

Coralie Simmons

Head Women’s Water Polo Coach

coralie.simmons@sonoma.edu

Joaquin Lopez

Head Women’s Tennis Coach

lopezjoa@sonoma.edu

Sonoma State University is an NCAA Division II member and part of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) and Western Water Polo Association (WWPA). Ten of SSU’s sports are in the CCAA, water polo is in the WWPA, and men’s and women’s tennis is a Division II independent. Sonoma State athletics got its start in 1964 with the school’s first men’s basketball team. Through the years, the Seawolves have had much success including national championships in 1990 (women’s soccer), 2002 (men’s soccer) and 2009 (men’s golf). MISSION STATEMENT: “The goal of the Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is to provide a positive, equitable, and diverse environment for the student-athletes and staff. All athletic staff members are responsible for fostering these priorities via role modeling and mentoring student-athletes while upholding a competitive spirit that stresses amateurism, ethical conduct, good sportsmanship, and rules compliance. Priorities for all student-athletes include: academic excellence, competitive success, and community outreach.”

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