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2010 Golden Bears Record Book

California Golden Bears 2010 Men's Soccer Record Book

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2010 Golden Bear Soccer General Information Location...................................................................Berkeley, Calif. Founded................................................................................. 1868 Enrollment........................................................................... 35,843 Nickname................................................................. Golden Bears Mascot..................................................................................... Oski Colors.....................................................Blue (282) and Gold (116) Affiliation............................................................... NCAA Division 1 Conference..................................................................... Pacific-10 Facility................................... Goldman Field at Edwards Stadium Surface..................................................................... Natural Grass Soccer Dimensions...................................................70x115 yards Capacity.............................................................................. 22,000 Chancellor................................................. Dr. Robert J. Birgeneau Athletic Director...................................................... Sandy Barbour Deputy Athletic Director/Sport Supervisor................ Teresa Gould Faculty Athletics Representative............................. Bob Jacobsen

Athletic Media Relations Assistant AD/Media Relations............................... Herb Benenson Men’s Soccer Contact: Assistant Director...............Dean Caparaz Phone..................................................................... (510) 642-5048 Email Address.......................................... dcaparaz@berkeley.edu General Office Phone............................................. (510) 642-5363 Fax.......................................................................... (510) 643-7778 Mailing Address................ 349 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA 94720 Web Site..........................................................www.CalBears.com

Men’s Soccer Staff Head Coach............................ Kevin Grimes (11th year, SMU ’90) Record at Cal (through 2009 season).............................114-69-21 Career Record (through 2009 season)...........................114-69-21 Assistant Coach........................Pieter Lehrer (6th year, UCLA ’90) Goalkeeper Coach....................... Henry Foulk (11th year, Cal ’84) Soccer Office Phone.............................................. (510) 642-5916 Soccer Office Fax................................................... (510) 643-2536 Kevin Grimes’ Email............................ kevin.grimes@berkeley.edu Best Time to Reach Kevin Grimes..........Contact Media Relations Athletic Trainer...........................................................Dave Stenger Equipment Manager.................................................... Laura Wong

2010 Cal Men’s Soccer Schedule adidas IU Credit Union Classic Sept. 3 at Indiana Sept. 5 at Notre Dame Cal Legacy Classic Sept. 10 Saint Mary’s Sept. 12 UNLV Bay Area Classic Sept. 16 at Santa Clara Sept. 19 San Francisco Stanford Nike Classic Sept. 24 Denver Oct. 2 at Stanford* Oct. 8 at Oregon State* Oct. 10 at Washington* Oct. 15 San Diego State* Oct. 17 UCLA* Oct. 22 at San Diego State* Oct. 24 UCLA* Oct. 29 Oregon State* Oct. 31 Washington* Nov. 11 Stanford* * Pac-10 game All Times Pacific Home games in bold

Team Information 2009 Overall Record................9-8-1 (H: 6-3-0; A: 3-4-1; N: 0-1-0) Pac-10 Record/Finish...................................................... 3-6-1/6th Starters Returning/Lost............................................................. 8/3 Newcomers.................................................................................. 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................................................. 17/7 NCAA Tournament Appearances............................................... 15 Record in NCAA Tournament...............................................8-15-1 Best NCAA Tournament Finish............... Quarterfinal Round, 2005 Last Appearance in NCAA Tournament................................. 2008

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2010 California Men’s Soccer 2010 California Men’s Soccer Roster No.

Name

00 Kevin Peach 0 Justin Taillole 1 David Bingham 2 Eric Sassano 3 Ryan Neil 4 Anthony Avalos 5 A.J. Soares 6 Michael Munoz 7 Davis Paul 8 Ted Jones 9 Hector Jimenez 10 Servando Carrasco 11 Demitrius Omphroy 12 John Fitzpatrick 14 Michael Shaddock 15 Steve Birnbaum 16 Kyle Marsh 17 Robby Gogatz 18 Scot VanBuskirk 19 Tony Salciccia 20 Dylan Serrano 21 Torey McGaw 23 Kyle Lunt 24 Riley Kovatch 25 Alec Sundly 27 Chris Ortega * Utilized redshirt year

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

Hometown (Previous School)

G G G M M M D F F D/M M M D/F F F D/M M G D M D D D M F/M M

6-6 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-8 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-7 6-0 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-1

175 176 185 165 155 160 170 170 145 175 140 170 165 180 180 180 145 170 145 155 150 170 185 165 157 160

Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr.* Sr. So.* Sr. Jr. Sr.* Sr. Sr. So. So. So. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So.* Fr.* Fr. So.

San Jose, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty HS) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Horizon HS) Pleasanton, Calif. (California HS) Orinda, Calif. (Miramonte HS) Mission Viejo, Calif. (Capistrano Valley HS) Morgan Hill, Calif. (Live Oak HS) Solana Beach, Calif. (Torrey Pines HS) Coto de Caza, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS) San Dimas, Calif. (Damien HS) Tiburon, Calif. (Redwood HS) Bell Gardens, Calif. (Bell Gardens HS) San Diego, Calif. (St. Augustine HS) Alameda, Calif. (Venture School) Encinitas, Calif. (La Costa Canyon HS) Chino Hills, Calif. (Mt. San Antonio College) Irvine, Calif. (Northwood HS) Santa Rosa, Calif. (Santa Rosa HS) Murrieta, Calif. (Murrieta Valley HS) Pleasant Hill, Calif. (College Park HS) San Jose, Calif. (Prospect HS) San Jose, Calif. (Ann Sobrato HS) Alamo, Calif. (San Ramon Valley HS) Modesto, Calif. (Modesto HS) Santa Rosa, Calif. (Maria Carrillo HS) Capistrano Beach, Calif. (Dana Hills HS) Chula Vista, Calif. (Eastlake HS)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Kevin Grimes (11th year, SMU ’90). Assistant Coach: Pieter Lehrer (6th year, UCLA ’90). Goalkeeper Coach: Henry Foulk (11th year, Cal ’84). Volunteer Assistant Coach: Rick Morin (2nd year, Chabot College ’87)

Cal Pronunciation Guide Players

4 10 17 9 24 21 6 11 19 2 0

Anthony Avalos........................................................................ AH-vuh-los Servando Carrasco................................sir-VAWN-dough cuh-ROSS-coh Robby Gogatz............................................................................. GO-gatz Hector Jimenez................................................................... hee-MEH-nez Riley Kovatch.............................................................................KO-vatch Torey McGaw..........................................................................mack-GAW Michael Munoz.......................................................................... MOO-ñoz Demitrius Omphroy.......................................... duh-MEE-tree-us UM-froi Tony Salciccia...................................................................... sal-SEE-chuh Eric Sassano..........................................................................suh-SAW-no Justin Taillole............................................................................... tay-YOH

Pieter Lehrer............................................................................ PEE-tuhr LEH-ruhr Henry Foulk.................................................................................................. FOLK Rick Morin.................................................................................................MOR-in

Coaches

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2009 Results & Statistics Team Statistics Overall: 9-8-1

Pac-10: 3-6-1

Home: 6-3

Date Opponent W/L/T Score Record Pac-10 Attend. 9/4 at Georgetown W 2-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 1311 9/6 at #1 Maryland L 1-2 (OT) 1-1-0 0-0-0 3710 9/11 George Washington W 4-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 315 9/13 Cal Poly W 3-1 3-1-0 0-0-0 489 9/17 at #18 San Francisco W 3-0 4-1-0 0-0-0 1238 9/20 Santa Clara W 3-1 5-1-0 0-0-0 578 9/25 vs New Mexico L 1-2 5-2-0 0-0-0 125 9/27 Air Force W 3-0 6-2-0 0-0-0 266 *10/2 #20 Stanford W 1-0 7-2-0 1-0-0 1320 *10/9 Washington L 0-2 7-3-0 1-1-0 434 *10/11 OSU W 4-1 8-3-0 2-1-0 386 *10/16 at #2 UCLA L 0-1 8-4-0 2-2-0 1807 *10/18 at San Diego State L 1-2 (OT) 8-5-0 2-3-0 564 *10/23 #2 UCLA L 0-1 8-6-0 2-4-0 861 *10/25 San Diego State L 0-2 8-7-0 2-5-0 461 *10/30 at Washington T 1-1 (2OT) 8-7-1 2-5-1 577 *11/1 at Oregon State L 0-1 8-8-1 2-6-1 559 *11/14 at #17 Stanford W 1-0 9-8-1 3-6-1 1376

Away: 3-4-1

Individual Statistics No. Name 3 Andrew Wiedeman 20 Jeff Cosgriff 9 Hector Jimenez 5 A.J. Soares 19 Tony Salciccia 23 Demitrius Omphroy 7 Davis Paul 11 Jacob Wilson 10 Servando Carrasco 27 Chris Ortega 14 Josh Leon 21 Imaan Kerchgani 15 Steve Birnbaum 6 Michael Munoz 18 Scot Van Buskirk 22 John Fitzpatrick 4 Anthony Avalos 16 Kyle Marsh 13 Evan Sassano 25 Kyle Lunt 17 Robby Gogatz 8 Ted Jones 2 Patrick Fry 1 David Bingham Total Opponents

GP 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 11 13 13 8 12 17 15 8 9 16 6 12 16 5 10 1 16 18 18

G A PTS SH SH% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 11 4 26 61 .180 29 .475 5 0-1 6 4 16 21 .286 11 .524 2 0-0 1 9 11 24 .042 7 .292 0 0-0 3 1 7 10 .300 4 .400 0 2-2 2 3 7 12 .167 8 .667 0 0-0 1 3 5 24 .042 13 .542 0 0-0 2 0 4 10 .200 6 .600 1 0-0 1 1 3 7 .143 1 .143 1 0-0 1 0 2 20 .050 3 .150 0 0-0 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 1 1 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 7 .000 3 .429 0 0-0 0 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 28 28 84 214 .131 93 .435 9 2-3 17 19 53 236 .072 100 .424 8 1-1

GOALKEEPERS No. Name 2 Patrick Fry 17 Robby Gogatz 1 David Bingham Total Opponents

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GP 1 5 16 18 18

Min. GA 10:18 0 317:49 3 1327:59 14 1656:06 17 1656:06 28

GAA 0.00 0.85 0.95 0.92 1.52

Saves 0 15 67 83 64

Pct .000 .833 .827 .830 .696

Neutral: 0-1

Goals (assists) [Goalie] Andrew Wiedeman (Hector Jimenez), Davis [Bingham] Paul (Hector Jimenez) Tony Salciccia (Hector Jimenez) [Bingham] Andrew Wiedeman (Hector Jimenez), Jeff Cosgriff [Bingham] (Andrew Wiedeman), Andrew Wiedeman (unassisted), Tony Salciccia (Imaan Kerchgani) Andrew Wiedeman (Jeff Cosgriff), Jeff Cosgriff [Bingham] (Hector Jimenez; Andrew Wiedeman), [Bingham] Hector Jimenez (Andrew Wiedeman) Davis Paul (A.J. Soares), A.J. Soares (penalty kick), [Bingham] A.J. Soares (Demitrius Omphroy) Jeff Cosgriff (Hector Jimenez), Andrew Wiedeman [Bingham] (Hector Jimenez), Andrew Wiedeman (Tony Salciccia) Servando Carrasco (Josh Leon) [Bingham] Andrew Wiedeman (Jeff Cosgriff; Demitrius Omphroy), [Gogatz] Andrew Wiedeman (unassisted), Demitrius Omphroy (Jeff Cosgriff) Andrew Wiedeman (Jeff Cosgriff) [Bingham] - [Bingham] Jeff Cosgriff (Demitrius Omphroy), [Gogatz] Jeff Cosgriff (unassisted), Jeff Cosgriff (Hector Jimenez; Chris Ortega), Andrew Wiedeman (Tony Salciccia) - [Bingham] A.J. Soares (penalty kick)  [Bingham] - [Bingham] - [Bingham] Andrew Wiedeman (Jacob Wilson; Hector Jimenez) [Bingham] - [Bingham] Jacob Wilson (Andrew Wiedeman; Tony Salciccia) [Bingham]

W-L-T 0-0-0 2-1-0 7-7-1 9-8-1 8-9-1

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Stats by Period Goals Cal Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 12 16 0 0 28 10 5 2 0 17

Shots Cal Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 107 101 3 3 214 117 111 7 1 236

Saves Cal Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 35 46 2 0 83 32 31 0 1 64

Corners Cal Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 44 46 1 0 91 27 36 1 0 64

Fouls Cal Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 82 119 7 2 210 112 105 3 2 222

Attendance Summary Cal OPP Total ................................... 5110 . ......11142 Dates/Avg Per Date .......... 9/568 . .....8/1393 Neutral Site #/Avg . ........... 1/125


Pacific-10 Conference Standings 2009 Pac-10 Conference Final Standings UCLA Oregon State Stanford San Diego State Washington California

Conference W L T 5 1 4 5 4 1 4 4 2 3 4 3 2 3 5 3 6 1

Pts. 47 41 28 39 25 25

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

All-Pac-10 Teams First Team

Away 2-1-2 2-2-1 2-2-1 1-3-1 2-2-1 1-3-1

W 12 9 12 6 5 9

Overall L 4 6 6 6 7 8

T 4 3 2 6 6 1

PCT .737 .583 .650 .500 .444 .528

Andrew Wiedeman, California Jamie Finch, Washington Rylan Hawkins, Washington Clayton Holz, Stanford John Moore, Stanford Evan Morgan, Stanford Daniel Phelps, Washington Brent Richards, Washington John Swenson, Oregon State Bobby Warshaw, Stanford Dominique Yahyavi, Stanford

Defenders A.J. Soares, California Nick Cardenas, San Diego State Bobby Warshaw*, Stanford Midfielders Hector Jimenez*, California David Estrada, UCLA Kyle Nakazawa, UCLA Michael Stephens*, UCLA Michael Strickland*, Stanford

Away Neut 4-4-2 0-0 2-3-2 1-0-1 5-3-1 0-0 2-1-3 0-0 4-2-2 0-2 3-4-1 0-1

All-Academic Pac-10 Teams First Team

Goalkeeper Brian Perk, UCLA

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

Second Team Hector Jimenez, California Ted Jones, California Davis Paul, California Evan Sassano, California Shaun Culver, Stanford Garrett Gunther, Stanford Adam Lang, Washington Colin Mitchell, Oregon State T.J. Novak, Stanford Mike Parker, Oregon State Justin Woodward, Oregon State

Cal Honorable Mention Servando Carrasco Imaan Kerchgani Michael Munoz Demitrius Omphroy A.J. Soares Jacob Wilson

Forwards Andrew Wiedeman*, California Danny Mwanga, Oregon State

Second Team Goalkeeper David Bingham, California

Player of the Year Danny Mwanga, Oregon State

Midfielders Servando Carrasco, California Khadim Diouf, San Diego State Colin Mitchell, Oregon State Taylor Muellar, Washington Amobi Okugo, UCLA Matt Van Houten, Washington

Freshman of the Year Amobi Okugo, UCLA

Coach of the Year Bret Simon, Stanford

Forwards Adam Jahn, Stanford Evan Morgan, Stanford Raymundo Reza, San Diego State Brent Richards, Washington

Cal Honorable Mention

Bold indicates returning Cal player

Jacob Wilson Jeff Cosgriff *two-time All-Pac-10 honoree

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California All-Time Records Team-Season Most Wins......................................18............................................ 1983 Fewest Wins....................................6...................Five times, last in ‘00 Best Winning Percentage.........1.000.................Many times, last in ‘46 Most Losses...................................13............................................ 2000 Most Goals.....................................62............................................ 1984 Fewest Goals.................................13............................................ 1991 Fewest Goals Allowed...................13............................................ 2005 Most Points..................................166............................................ 1984 Highest Goal Average.................2.95............................................ 1984 Lowest Goal Average..................0.63............................................ 1991 Most Assists...................................44............................................ 1996 Most Shots Attempted................. 474............................................ 1983 Most Goalie Saves.......................131............................................ 1984 Most Matches Played....................22............................................ 2003 Most Consecutive Wins...................9............................................ 2002 Longest Unbeaten Streak............... 9................Two times, last in 2004 Most Consecutive Losses............... 8............................................ 1993 Most Shutouts................................11................ Three times, last in ‘02

Individual-Career (Min. 38 matches played) Goals-Against Average Goals 0.74 Eric Kronberg......... 2004-05 56 Mike Deleray......... 1983-86 0.76 Stefan Frei.............. 2005-08 51 Dan Salvemini....... 1975-78 0.89 Todd Harmon.......... 1984-86 30 Andrew Wiedeman.. 2007-09 0.90 Henry Foulk............ 1981-83 26 Adam Hunter ........ 1994-97 0.99 Josh Saunders....... 2001-02 24 Pedro Merino......... 1977-78 1.19 Chris Baudoin......... 1975-78 Mike Nieto............. 1982-85 1.23 Doug Brooks........... 1996-99 Carl Acosta............ 2001-04 1.40 Matt Simi................ 1987-89 Assists Shutouts 40 Mike Nieto............. 1982-85 31 Todd Harmon............. 1984-86 23 Todd Brockman..... 1983-86 24.5 Doug Brooks........... 1996-99 22 Hector Jimenez..... 2006-09 22 Chris Baudoin............ 1975-78 19 K.Simmonds.......... 1997-00 20 Stefan Frei................. 2006-08 Dan Salvemini....... 1975-78 20 Henry Foulk............... 1981-83 Nick Hatzke........... 2002-06 15 Josh Saunders.......... 2001-02 Luke Sassano........ 2004-07 15 Eric Kronberg............ 2004-05 18 Mike Deleray......... 1983-86 13 Matt Simi................... 1987-89 Points 130 Mike Deleray................................... (56G, 18A)....................... 1983-86 119 Dan Salvemini................................. (51G, 17A)....................... 1975-78 88 Mike Nieto.......................................(24G, 40A)....................... 1982-85 75 Andrew Wiedeman.......................... (30G, 15A)........................2007-09

Individual-Season Goals 21 Mike Deleray................... 1985 18 Dan Salvemini................. 1977 16 Dan Salvemini................. 1975 15 Mike Nieto....................... 1984 Mike Deleray.................... 1984

Assists 12 Peter Woodring................ 1990 11 Mike Nieto........................ 1983 10 Mike Nieto....................... 1984 9 Mike Nieto..........................1985 9 Hector Jimenez.................2009 8 seven tied.................. Last in ‘05

Points 46 Mike Deleray.......................................(21G, 4A).............................1985 41 Dan Salvemini .................................... (18G, 5A).............................1977 40 Mike Nieto ........................................(15G, 10A).............................1984 37 Dan Salvemini .................................... (16G, 5A).............................1975 34 Mike Deleray ...................................... (15G, 4A).............................1984 30 Calen Carr...........................................(13G, 4A).............................2005

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Year-by-Year Leaders (since 1978) 1993 Jeramie Perez....................3 Goals Richard Weiszmann...........3 2009 Andrew Wiedeman...........11 Peyton Leeke.....................3 2008 Andrew Wiedeman...........12 1992 Ryan Franklin.....................4 2007 Andrew Wiedeman.............7 1991 C. Engs...............................2 2006 Javier Ayala-Hil.................12 J. Stockton..........................2 2005 Calen Carr........................13 S. Sigafoose.......................2 2004 Nick Hatzke........................7 1990 Peter Woodring.................12 2003 Carl Acosta.........................9 1989 Charlie Engs.......................5 2002 Mike Munoz........................8 Peter Woodring...................5 Carl Acosta.........................8 1988 Mike Demko........................2 2001 Austin Ripmaster................6 Jim Hutchingson.................2 2000 Kendall Simmonds.............6 Eric Ridgely........................2 1999 Ramiro Arredondo..............7 1987 Eric Ridgely........................5 1998 John Macdonald.................6 1986 Mike Deleray......................7 1997 Adam Hunter......................9 1985 Mike Nieto..........................9 1996 Peyton Leeke.....................7 1984 Mike Nieto........................10 1995 Jeramie Perez....................8 1983 Mike Nieto........................11 1994 Jeramie Perez....................8 1982 Mike Nieto........................10 1993 Vince Barolotta...................6 1981 Eric Kapelke.....................10 1992 Vince Barolotta...................3 1980 Matt Bryant.........................2 Richard Weiszmann...........3 Eric Kapelke.......................2 1991 John Franco.......................5 1979 Robert Hock.......................4 1990 Peter Woodring...................7 Joel Macy...........................4 1989 Peter Woodring...................4 1978 Kola Phillips........................6 Brad Larson........................4 Justin Stockton...................4 Points John Franco.......................4 2009 Andrew Wiedeman...........26 1988 Brad Larson........................5 2008 Andrew Wiedeman...........28 1987 Peter Woodring.................10 2007 Andrew Wiedeman...........20 1986 Mike Deleray....................12 2006 Javier Ayala-Hil.................26 1985 Mike Deleray....................21 2005 Calen Carr........................30 1984 Mike Deleray....................15 2004 Nick Hatzke......................22 Mike Nieto........................15 2003 Carl Acosta.......................21 1983 Mike Nieto..........................9 2002 Mike Munoz......................19 1982 Mike Nieto..........................7 2001 Austin Ripmaster..............17 1981 Brian Babbini......................8 2000 Kendall Simmonds...........13 1980 Dan Martin..........................3 1999 Ramiro Arredondo............15 Mark Robison.....................3 1998 John Macdonald...............17 Ron Salvemini....................3 1997 Adam Hunter....................21 1979 Matt Bryant.........................8 1996 Adam Hunter....................20 1978 Pedro Merino....................11 1995 Jeramie Perez..................21 1994 Jeramie Perez..................20 Assists 1993 Vince Bartolotta................14 2009 Hector Jimenez..................9 1992 Richard Weiszmann...........8 2008 Servando Carrasco............8 1991 John Franco.....................10 Hector Jimenez..................8 1990 Peter Woodring.................26 2007 Andrew Wiedeman.............6 1989 Peter Woodring.................13 2006 Hector Jimenez..................6 1988 Brad Larson......................10 2005 Luke Sassano.....................8 1987 Peter Woodring.................21 2004 Nick Hatzke........................8 1986 Mike Deleray....................31 2003 Mike Munoz........................4 1985 Mike Deleray....................46 Nick Hatzke........................4 1984 Mike Nieto........................40 Kyle Navarro.......................4 1983 Mike Nieto........................29 2002 Calen Carr..........................7 1982 Mike Nieto........................24 2001 Mike Munoz........................7 1981 Brian Babbini....................23 2000 Austin Ripmaster................4 1980 Matt Bryant.........................6 1999 Kendall Simmonds.............7 Dan Martin..........................6 1998 John Macdonald.................5 Mark Robison.....................6 1997 Mike Haralambakis.............4 Ron Salvemini....................6 Kendall Simmonds.............4 1979 Matt Bryant.......................19 Jason Young.......................4 1978 Pedro Merino....................24 1996 Adam Hunter......................8 1995 Jeramie Perez....................5 1994 Adam Hunter......................4 Jeramie Perez....................4 Richard Weiszmann...........4

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Pacific-10 Conference Results 2000 Fourth....................................... 2-5-1 2001 Fourth....................................... 3-5-0 2002 Second..................................... 6-3-1 2003 Third......................................... 5-4-1 2004 Second..................................... 4-3-1 2005 Second..................................... 6-3-1 2006 First.......................................... 7-3-0 2007 First.......................................... 6-3-1 2008 Second..................................... 5-2-3 2009 Sixth......................................... 3-6-1

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Results 1992 Eighth....................................... 1-6-0 1993 Second-tie................................ 4-2-1 1994 Third......................................... 5-2-0 1995 Eighth....................................... 1-6-0 1996 Mountain Div. Champ............... 3-1-0 1997 Third ........................................ 2-2-0 1998 Sixth......................................... 4-4-1 1999 Fourth....................................... 3-3-1

Pacific Soccer Conference results 1978 Third......................................... 4-3-0 1979 Sixth......................................... 2-5-0 1980 Fifth.......................................... 2-3-0 1981 Second..................................... 6-1-0 1982 Fifth.......................................... 3-3-1 1983 First ......................................... 6-1-0 1984 Third ........................................ 5-2-0 1985 Third ........................................ 5-2-0 1986 Third ........................................ 3-2-1 1987 Fifth-tie..................................... 2-3-1 1988 Third ........................................ 2-1-2 1989 Unknown.................................. 3-2-1 (Cal competed as an independent in 1990-91)

Cal in the NCAA Tournament Year 1960 1977 1981 1983 1985 1986 1996 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Event Site Score Midwest Regional.............................St. Louis, Mo...........................................................................Saint Louis 2, California 0 Far West Regional............................Los Angeles, Calif............................................................................ UCLA 3, California 0 Far West Regional............................Berkeley, Calif.................................................................................SDSU 4, California 0 Far West Regional............................Las Vegas, Nev....................................................................... UNLV 3, California 1 (OT) Far West Regional............................Los Angeles, Calif............................................................................ UCLA 3, California 1 Midwest Regional.............................St. Louis, Mo...........................................................................Saint Louis 2, California 1 Far West Regional............................Fresno, Calif......................................................................... Fresno State 2, California 1 Far West Regional............................Stanford, Calif............................................................. Santa Clara 1, California 0 (3 OT) Second Round..................................Berkeley, Calif............................................................. California 2, UC Santa Barbara 1 Third Round......................................Los Angeles, Calif............................................................................ UCLA 3, California 2 First Round.......................................Berkeley, Calif.................................................................. California 2, San Jose State 0 Second Round..................................Santa Barbara, Calif........................................................................UCSB 2, California 0 First Round.......................................Berkeley, Calif............................................................... California 2, Santa Clara 1 (OT) Second Round..................................Dallas, Texas.....................................................................................SMU 1, California 0 Second Round..................................Berkeley, Calif.....................................................California 0 (5-4), Santa Clara 0 (2OT) Third Round......................................Berkeley, Calif............................................................ California 3, Wake Forest 2 (2OT) Fourth Round....................................Albuquerque, N.M.........................................................New Mexico 1, California 0 (OT) Second Round..................................Berkeley, Calif....................................................................... California 3, New Mexico 1 Third Round......................................Charlottesville, Va..........................................................................Virginia 2, California 1 First Round.......................................Berkeley, Calif................................................................. California 2, UC Davis 1 (2OT) Second Round..................................Blacksburg, Va..................................................................... Virginia Tech 3, California 2 First Round.......................................Berkeley, Calif....................................................................California 3, San Francisco 0 Second Round..................................Santa Barbara, Calif..........................................California 3, UC Santa Barbara 2 (2OT) Third Round......................................College Park, Md........................................................................Maryland 2, California 1

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Awards & Honors California All-Americans (NSCAA)

1950 Bob DiGrazia 1955 Carlos Ossio 1957 Pablo Dibos Perez 1958 Fred Becker, Pablo Dibos Perez, Alex Ralli 1961 Arne Braathen, Kun Choo 1963 James Whitmore 1964 Tim Tarpley, Tom Weisenburger, Edward White 1965 Scott Cauchios, Tim Tarpley 1966 Eulogio Tam 1967 Bora Ozkok 1968 George Montoya 1976 Dan Salvemini 1977 Dan Salvemini 1978 Dan Salvemini 2005 Calen Carr, Tyson Wahl 2006 Steve Purdy 2007 Andrew Jacobson, Stefan Frei 2008 Andrew Wiedeman 2009 Andrew Wiedeman

College Soccer News All-Americans

2002 Josh Saunders 2005 Calen Carr, Tyson Wahl 2006 Steve Purdy 2007 Andrew Jacobson, Stefan Frei 2008 Stefan Frei, Andrew Wiedeman

Soccer America MVPs

2005 Calen Carr 2008 Andrew Wiedeman

All-Pac-10

2000 First Team: Chris Roner, Kendall Simmonds. Second Team: Ramiro Arredondo, Mike Hickman. Honorable Mention: Leo Krupnik. 2001 First Team: Chris Roner, Josh Saunders. Second Team: Mike Munoz, Austin Ripmaster. Honorable Mention: Patrick Fisher, Leo Krupnik, Troy Roberts. 2002 First Team: Josh Saunders, Mike Munoz. Second Team: Calen Carr, Troy Roberts, Tyson Wahl. Honorable Mention: Carl Acosta, Yohei Fukuda, Noah Merl, Kyle Navarro. 2003 First Team: Mike Munoz, Carl Acosta, Troy Roberts. Second Team: Noah Merl. Honorable Mention: Nick Hatzke, Mike Oseguera, Steve Purdy, Tyson Wahl. 2004 First Team: Calen Carr, Nick Hatzke, Troy Roberts. Second Team: Carl Acosta, Eric Kronberg, Noah Merl, Tyson Wahl. Honorable Mention: Eric Ebert, Mike Munoz, Kyle Navarro, Steve Purdy, Angel Quintero. 2005 First Team: Calen Carr, Tyson Wahl, Andrew Jacobson. Second Team: Eric Kronberg, Steve Purdy. Honorable mention: Pieter Berger, Eric Ebert, Luke Sassano. 2006 First Team: Javier Ayala-Hil, Eric Ebert, Andrew Jacobson, Steve Purdy. Honorable Mention: Nick Hatzke, Hector Jimenez, Imaan Kerchgani, Justin Myers, Luke Sassano, Jacob Wilson. 2007 First Team: Andrew Jacobson, Stefan Frei, Luke Sassano. Second Team: Javier Ayala-Hil, Andrew Wiedeman. Honorable Mention: Tyler Barry. 2008 First Team: Stefan Frei, Hector Jimenez, Andrew Wiedeman. Second Team: Tyler Barry, Servando

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Carrasco, A.J. Soares. Honorable Mention: Pat Marion, Davis Paul, Jacob Wilson. 2009 First Team: Hector Jimenez, A.J. Soares, Andrew Wiedeman. Second Team: David Bingham, Servando Carrasco. Honorable Mention: Jeff Cosgriff, Jacob Wilson.

Pac-10 All-Academic

2000 Second Team: Dylan Dupree, Kendall Simmonds, Brian Walker. Honorable Mention: Robbie Aylesworth, Patrick Fisher, Leo Krupnik, Chris Roner, Ryan Swiontek. 2001 First Team: Leo Krupnik. Second Team: Patrick Fisher, Devin Kato, Chris Roner. Honorable Mention: Robert Aylesworth, Omar Gusmao. 2002 Second Team: Yohei Fukuda, Alex Martinez. Honorable Mention: Omar Gusmao, Matt Lawler, Brian Walker, Calen Carr, Noah Merl, Ryan Swiontek, Garrett Terracciano. 2003 First Team: Pieter Berger. Second Team: Yohei Fukuda, Alex Martinez, Garrett Terracciano, Tyson Wahl. Honorable Mention: Nick Hatzke, Andrew Felder, Noah Merl, Brian Walker. 2004 First Team: Pieter Berger, Calen Carr. Second Team: Andrew Felder, Yohei Fukuda, Noah Merl, Tyson Wahl. Honorable Mention: Nick Hatzke, Matt Holtrust, Steve Purdy. 2005 First Team: Pieter Berger, Calen Carr, Tyson Wahl, Andrew Felder. Second Team: Matt Holtrust. 2006 Second Team: Matt Holtrust. Honorable Mention: Nick Hatzke, Michael Nieraeth. 2007 Second Team: Michael Nieraeth, Evan Sassano. Honorable Mention: Luke Sassano, Imaan Kerchgani. 2008 Second Team: Servando Carrasco, Hector Jimenez, Andrew Wiedeman. Honorable Mention: Imaan Kerchgani, Demitrius Omphroy, Davis Paul, A.J. Soares, Jacob Wilson. 2009 First Team: Andrew Wiedeman. Second Team: Hector Jimenez, Ted Jones, Davis Paul, Evan Sassano. Honorable Mention: Servando Carrasco, Imaan Kerchgani, Michael Munoz, Demitrius Omphroy, A.J. Soares, Jacob Wilson.

Bob DiGrazia Award Winner

(Formerly Team MVP) 1981 Eric Cicourel 1982 Henry Foulk 1983 Mike Nieto 1984 Mike Nieto 1985 Mike Deleray, Mike Nieto 1986 Derek Van Rheenen 1987 Peter Woodring 1988 Matt Simi 1989 Peter Woodring 1990 Peter Woodring 1991 John Franco 1992 Mike Moore 1993 Richard Weiszmann 1994 Jeramie Perez 1995 Aaron Mace 1996 Steve Rullo 1997 Derrick Dyslin 1998 John Macdonald 1999 Doug Brooks 2000 Chris Roner 2002 Josh Saunders

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2003 Troy Roberts 2004 Troy Roberts 2005 Tyson Wahl 2006 Steve Purdy 2007 Andrew Jacobson 2008 Stefan Frei 2009 Andrew Wiedeman

All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation

1992 Mike Moore 1993 Richard Weiszmann, Vince Bartolotta, Aaron Mace 1994 Richard Weiszmann, Jeramie Perez, Jason Young (honorable mention), Troy Cowell (honorable mention) 1995 First Team: Jeramie Perez. Second Team: Jason Young. Honorable Mention: Todd Higley. 1996 First Team: Doug Brooks, Adam Hunter, Brandon Moggio, Steve Rullo. Honorable Mention: Chris Sawicki 1997 First Team: Adam Hunter. Honorable Mention: Tim Castillo, Derrick Dyslin, Brandon Moggio, John Macdonald, Chris Sawicki, Kendall Simmonds 1998 Second Team: Derrick Dyslin, John Macdonald. Honorable Mention: John Beck 1999 First Team: Derrick Dyslin, Chris Roner, Kendall Simmonds. Second Team: Ramiro Arredondo, Doug Brooks, John Macdonald, Chris Sawicki

MPSF All-Academic

1995 Nima Hosseini, Aaron Mace, Steve Rullo 1996 Ryan Fitzpatrick, Mike Haralambakis, Steve Rullo 1997 Not available 1998 John Beck, Justin Bell, Derrick Dyslin, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Garrett Jansma, Derrick Jostad, Doug Juday, Matt Katz, John Macdonald 1999 Derrick Dyslin, Ryan Fitzpatrick, John Macdonald, Doug Juday, Justin Rackleff, Kendall Simmonds

All-Pacific Soccer Conference

1977 First Team: Dan Salvemini, Toy Hunter, Chris Baudouin. Second Team: Pedro Merino, Juan Simon, Chris Oldenburg. 1978 Chris Baudouin, Toy Hunter, Pedro Merino, Chris Oldenberg, Dan Salvemini, Juan Simon 1979 Joel Macy 1980 Mike Biddle, John Glenn, Eric Kapelke, Joel Macy 1981 Brian Babbini, Eric Cicourel, Henry Foulk 1982 Henry Foulk 1983 Mark Arya, Mike Deleray, Henry Foulk, Ron Hansen, Mike Nieto, Derek Van Rheenen 1984 Todd Brockman, Mike Deleray, Mike Nieto 1985 Mike Deleray, Todd Harmon, Mike Nieto, Derek Van Rheenen 1986 Todd Brockman, Mike Deleray, Todd Harmon, Derek Van Rheenen 1987 Peter Woodring

PSC Player of the Year

1983 Mike Nieto 1985 Mike Deleray

1977 Toy Hunter, Dan Salvemini 1983 Mark Arya 1984 Mike Nieto 1985 Mike Deleray 1986 Derek Van Rheenen 1987 Peter Woodring 1990 Peter Woodring 1993 Richard Weiszmann 1994 Richard Weiszmann 1997 Derrick Dyslin 1998 John Macdonald, Brandon Moggio 1999 Ramiro Arredondo, Derrick Dyslin 2001 First Team: Mike Munoz, Chris Roner 2002 First Team: Josh Saunders, Mike Munoz. Second Team: Troy Roberts 2003 Second Team: Carl Acosta 2004 First Team: Troy Roberts. Second Team: Noah Merl 2005 First Team: Calen Carr, Tyson Wahl. Second Team: Eric Kronberg. Third Team: Steve Purdy 2006 First Team: Eric Ebert, Steve Purdy. Second Team: Javier Ayala-Hil, Andrew Jacobson 2007 First Team: Andrew Jacobson, Stefan Frei 2008 First Team: Tyler Barry, Stefan Frei, Andrew Wiedeman Third Team: Hector Jimenez, A.J. Soares 1972 Jose Cavalho 1978 Dan Salvemini 1980 Joel Macy

Senior Bowl

MLS Combine

(Senior Bowl now MLS Combine) 2005 Troy Roberts 2006 Calen Carr, Eric Kronberg, Tyson Wahl 2007 Eric Ebert, Steve Purdy 2008 Andrew Jacobson, Luke Sassano 2009 Stefan Frei 2010 Andrew Wiedeman, Tyler Barry

Pac-10 Player of the Year

2002 Josh Saunders 2005 Calen Carr 2007 Andrew Jacobson (Co-Pac-10 Player of the Year)

Soccer America All-Freshman Team

1996 Doug Brooks 2007 Andrew Wiedeman

Coaching Honors

1977 Bob DiGrazia, Far West Region Coach of the Year 1981 Bill Coupe, PSC Coach of the Year 1983 Bill Coupe, Far West Region Coach of the Year 2002 Kevin Grimes, Pac-10 Coach of the Year, Far West Region Coach of the Year 2005 Kevin Grimes, Pac-10 Coach of the Year 2006 Kevin Grimes, Pac-10 Coach of the Year 2007 Kevin Grimes, Pac-10 Coach of the Year

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Results under Coach Grimes (2000-09) 2000

Record: 6-13-1

Pac-10: 2-5-1/4th

9/2 UC Santa Cruz 9/8 at St. Louis 9/10 vs. Louisville 9/15 at CS Northridge 9/17 UC Santa Barbara 9/21 USF 9/23 at Santa Clara 9/29 vs. Cincinnati 10/1 vs. Seton Hall 10/6 at Oregon St. 10/8 at Washington 10/15 at Stanford 10/20 UCLA 10/22 at Saint Mary’s 10/27 Oregon State 10/29 Stanford 11/4 San Jose St. 11/5 Indiana 11/10 Washington 11/12 at UCLA

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

2001

Record: 10-9-1 Pac-10: 3-5-0/4th NCAA first round 8/31 vs. Loyola (Md.) 9/2 vs. Clemson 9/7 Cal St. Fullerton 9/9 LMU 9/17 at San Jose St. 9/22 Cal Poly 9/28 vs. Fresno St. 9/30 vs. Dartmouth 10/5 at San Francisco 10/7 Santa Clara 10/12 at UCLA 10/19 at Stanford 10/26 Washington 10/28 Oregon 11/2 at Sacramento 11/4 UCLA 11/11 Stanford 11/16 at Oregon St. 11/18 at Washington 11/23 Santa Clara^

W L L L W W T W W W L L W St. St. L L W L L

4-0 2-1 1-0 2OT 1-0 3-2 4-0 1-1 2OT 3-0 2-1 1-0 OT 2-0 4-0 1-0 W 4-0 W 3-1 1-0 2OT 2-0 2-1 4-2 1-0 OT

2002

Record: 14-6-2 Pac-10: 6-3-1/2nd NCAA sweet 16 8/30 vs. Cal State Northridge 9/1 at Loyola Marymount 9/6 Portland 9/8 SMU 9/13 Saint Mary’s 9/15 Denver 9/22 San Francisco 9/26 at Santa Clara 10/6 vs. Tulsa 10/11 Oregon St. 10/13 Washington 10/18 at Fresno State 10/20 at UCLA 10/26 Stanford 11/1 at Stanford 11/8 UCLA 11/10 Fresno St.

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

11/15 at Washington 11/17 at Oregon State 11/27 UC Santa Barbara^ 11/30 at UCLA^

L L W L

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

2003

Record: 11-9-2 Pac-10: 5-4-1/3rd NCAA second round 8/29 vs. Indiana 8/30 vs. Notre Dame 9/5 Old Dominion 9/7 Cal State Fullerton 9/12 vs. San Francisco 9/14 Santa Clara 9/20 vs. Saint Mary’s 9/26 UC Irvine 9/28 Fairleigh Dickinson 10/5 Stanford 10/10 Washington 10/12 Oregon St. 10/17 vs. UCLA 10/19 vs. Fresno St. 10/24 Fresno St. 10/26 UCLA 10/31 vs. Oregon St. 11/2 vs. Washington 11/9 San Jose St. 11/15 vs. Stanford 11/21 San Jose St.^ 11/26 at UCSB^

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

2004

Record: 13-4-3 Pac-10: 4-3-1/2nd NCAA second round 9/1 Sacramento St. 9/4 San Diego St. 9/10 San Diego 9/12 San Jose St. 9/17 at Cal State Fullerton 9/19 vs. UC Irvine 9/24 vs. Brown 9/26 at Santa Clara 10/1 at Stanford 10/8 at Washington 10/10 at Oregon St. 10/15 UCLA 10/21 UC Davis 10/24 at UCLA 10/29 Oregon State 10/31 Washington 11/5 Portland 11/13 Stanford 11/19 Santa Clara^ 11/23 at SMU^

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

2005

Record: 14-4-3 Pac-10: 6-3-1/2nd NCAA elite eight 9/2 at #4 UC Santa Barbara 9/4 vs. UC Riverside 9/9 Vanderbilt 9/11 Cal State Northridge 9/16 at San Francisco 9/18 #7 Santa Clara 9/24 vs. UAB 9/25 vs. Army 9/30 at UCLA

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


10/2 at San Diego St. L 10/8 at Stanford W 10/14 Oregon State W 10/16 Washington L 10/21 at Washington W 10/23 at Oregon State W 11/4 #16 San Diego St. W 11/6 #7 UCLA T 11/13 Stanford W 11/22 #18 Santa Clara^ T 11/26 Wake Forest^ W 12/2 at New Mexico^ L

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

2006

Record: 13-6-1 Pac-10: 7-3-0/1st NCAA sweet 16 8/25 #17 USF 8/27 at #18 Santa Clara 9/1 vs. FIU 9/2 at SMU 9/8 vs. Cal St. Fullerton 9/10 at San Jose State 9/15 Dartmouth 9/17 Sacramento State 9/22 #9 UCLA 9/24 San Diego State 10/6 at Oregon State 10/8 at #9 Washington 10/13 Oregon State 10/15 Washington 10/20 Stanford 10/27 at San Diego State 10/29 at #14 UCLA 11/3 at Stanford 11/14 #25 New Mexico^ 11/18 at #3 Virginia^

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

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

Cal’s All-Time Coaching Records Year 1906-11 1912-13 1914-15 1916 1917 1920-24 1925-31 1932 1933-51 1952-80 1981-89 1990-92 1993-99 2000- Totals

Coach Records not kept C.Y. Williamson G. DeGamendia Carl Shafor F.W. Cozens John Mathews Carl Zamloch Reginald Downing Julius Schroeder Bob DiGrazia Bill Coupe Dave Chaplik Mark Mallon Kevin Grimes All coaches

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T

0 5 5 3 4 34 1 131 202 113 23 62 114 802

5 4 4 1 4 17 6 34 133 59 32 60 69 489

1 2 0 0 1 7 2 29 39 13 5 13 21 153

Kevin Grimes’ All-Time Records Year Postseason 2000 None 2001 NCAA 1st Round 2002 NCAA Sweet 16 2003 NCAA 3rd Round 2004 NCAA 2nd Round 2005 NCAA Quarterfinals 2006 NCAA 3rd Round 2007 NCAA 2nd Round 2008 NCAA 3rd Round 2009 None Totals

W 6 10 14 11 13 14 13 12 12 9 114

L 13 9 6 9 4 4 6 6 4 8 69

T 1 1 2 2 3 3 1 2 5 1 21

2007

Record: 12-6-2 Pac-10: 6-3-1/1st NCAA second round 8/31 at San Diego 9/07 Penn 9/09 Wisconsin 9/14 at San Francisco 9/16 #8 Santa Clara 9/21 vs. Davidson 9/23 vs. Princeton 9/29 Towson 10/05 #24 Washington 10/07 Oregon State 10/12 at San Diego State 10/14 at UCLA 10/20 Stanford 11/02 San Diego State 11/04 UCLA 11/09 at Washington 11/11 at Oregon State 11/17 at Stanford 11/23 #25 UC Davis^ 11/28 at #11 Virginia Tech^

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

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

2008

Record: 12-4-5 Pac-10: 5-2-3/2nd NCAA sweet 16 8/29 UC Riverside 8/31 vs. Maryland 9/05 Cornell 9/07 #7 SMU 9/12 at Santa Clara 9/19 vs. Drake 9/21 #8 Creighton 9/26 San Francisco 10/03 Oregon State 10/05 at Washington 10/10 UCLA 10/12 San Diego State 10/18 at Stanford 10/31 at #23 UCLA 11/02 at San Diego State 11/07 Oregon State 11/09 Washington 11/15 Stanford 11/21 San Francisco^ 11/25 at #19 UCSB^ 11/29 at #3 Maryland^ ^ NCAA Tournament

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

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

2009

Record: 9-8-1 9/4 at Georgetown, 9/6 at #1 Maryland 9/11 George Washington 9/13 Cal Poly 9/17 at #18 San Francisco 9/20 SCU 9/25 vs. New Mexico 9/27 Air Force 10/2 #20 Stanford 10/9 Washington 10/11 OSU 10/16 at #2 UCLA 10/18 at San Diego State 10/23 #2 UCLA 10/25 San Diego State 10/30 at Washington 11/1 at Oregon State 11/14 at #17 Stanford

Pac-10: 3-6-1/6th W L W W W W L W W L W L L L L T L W

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

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Players in the Hall of Fame & Pros Bears in the Cal Athletic hall of Fame Dan Salvemini, 1975-78 (inducted 1990) Derek Van Rheenen, 1983-86 (inducted 2008)

Cal Players in the Professional Ranks Calen Carr Chicago Fire (MLS)

Stefan Frei Toronto FC (MLS)

Andrew Jacobson Philadelphia Union (MLS)

Eric Kronberg Kansas City Wizards (MLS)

Leo Krupnik Maccabi Netanya (Israeli Premier League)

Justin Myers Puerto Rico Islanders (USSF Division 2 Pro League)

Steve Purdy Portland Timbers (USSF Division 2 Pro League)

Troy Roberts Rochester Rhinos (USSF Division 2 Pro League)

Luke Sassano New York Red Bulls (MLS)

Josh Saunders Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)

Tyson Wahl Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)

Andrew Wiedeman FC Dallas (MLS)

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