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Centenary College Athletics Our Athletic Philosophy

Every coach’s mission is to provide the student-athlete with a competitive program and the opportunity to achieve excellence individually or as part of a team. The phrase “the teaching coach,” committed to the students, best describes our philosophy while maintaining a strong academic profile.

General Information Table of Contents Athletics Information Media Information Administrative Staff Athletic Training/Conditioning 2013 Men’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Team Info Head Coach Keith O’Connor Assistant Coach Josh Spivack Season Preview 2013 Schedule 2013 Roster

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2013 Player Information Seniors 16-20 Juniors 21-23 Sophomores 24-27 Newcomers 28-32 History Career Records Single-Season Records 1995 Championship Team

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Other Information Athletic Turf Fund


Centenary College Mission Statement Centenary College is a community of learners distinguished by a diverse student body, a dedicated faculty and staff, and stimulating educational opportunities. Centenary College is committed to a quality liberal arts and career studies education with a substantial international dimension to engage students in learning and prepare them for satisfying careers, successful lives, community service and lifelong intellectual pursuits.

As coaches, we serve as both educators and leaders. Centenary’s goal is to maximize the human potential of our student-athletes. Our holistic approach stresses the fundamentals of the games we play as well as the values of responsibility, discipline, and commitment. We know that these principles will translate into victories, but more importantly, they will develop young people with character. Those who compete and graduate become true champions, for they will understand what it means to be committed to excellence.

About Our Athletic Program

At Centenary College we nurture and encourage true competitive integrity. Our school adheres to a strict code of conduct from the recruiting process all the way to the NCAA Championships. Our coaches, administrators and staff members all take an active role in monitoring and insuring our compliance with all NCAA, Conference and College regulations. Centenary sponsors 13 men’s and women’s teams at the Division III level, and our athletic department continues to grow. We remain committed to developing our athletic department into one of the best small-college programs in the country. With the help of our dedicated coaches, staff and student-athletes we can see that dream come to reality. As a student-athlete, we will ask you to represent the College’s intercollegiate athletics program both on and off the field with integrity, professionalism and competitiveness. During your years at Centenary, you will be asked to make sacrifices, but these sacrifices will be well rewarded by relationships and memories that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Administrative Staff

Media Information Note to the Media:

The Centenary College Athletic Department welcomes all members of the press and other media outlets to attend any and all athletic events. Please contact the Sports Information Office at least 24 hours prior to any athletic event for information and access to the event.

Interview Policies

All interviews with any student-athletes or coaches must be arranged through the Sports Information office. Please send any interview requests directly to the Sports Information office with at least 24 hours notice. The media relations staff will work with the student-athlete to find a time that is mutually convenient for both the student-athlete and the media representative.

Post-Game Information

The Centenary College Sports Information will provide all press releases, box scores, and statistics online at Fans and media outlets can also sign up for sport-specific news updates at


The 2013 Men’s Soccer Media Guide was written, designed, and edited by the Sports Information Office at Centenary College. All photos are courtesy of Centenary College Athletics and Lors Studio Photography.

Quick Facts General Information

Location...........................................Hackettstown, N.J. Founded................................................................1867 Enrollment............................................................2,694 Colors............................................Navy Blue and Gray Nickname........................................................Cyclones Affiliation............................................NCAA Division III Conferences.........Colonial States Athletic Conference ............................Eastern College Athletic Conference President.......................Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite Athletic Director.................................Billie Jo Blackwell

Director of Athletics Billie Jo Blackwell

Associate Athletic Director Josh Huber

Athletic Academic Advisor/SWA Iris Correa

Assistant to the Director of Athletics J.J. Cusick

Athletics Facility Manager Dinu Dan

Head Athletic Trainer Dana Baffuto

Associate Athletic Trainer Kevin Davies

Assistant Athletic Trainer Eddie Giroux

Contact Information

School Phone Directory........................(908)-852-1400 Athletic Department.............................................x2297 Athletic Department Fax.......................(908)-813-8295 Office of Admissions............................................x2217 College Athletics Athletics

Athletic Communications

Sports Information Director.....................Jeff Scarpone Office Phone..............................(908)-852-1400 x2296 Cell Phone............................................(484)-620-6346

Social Media Information

Facebook..........................Centenary College Athletics Instagram.........................................CentCyclones_NJ Twitter...........................................@CentCyclones_NJ YouTube......................................CentenaryNJAthletics

Athletics Equipment Manager Matt Klank

Athletic Recruiting Coordinator Keith O’Connor

Sports Information Director Jeff Scarpone

Athletic Training and Conditioning The Sports Medicine program at Centenary College provides students with an opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics in the safest and healthiest way possible. A well-rounded program for student-athletes directed toward the prevention, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries is enhanced by team physician Dr. Mike Kelly and orthopedic surgeons Dr. Louis Rizio and Dr. Robert A Defalco. The athletic training staff includes Head Athletic Trainer Dana Baffuto, Associate Athletic Trainer Kevin Davies and Assistant Athletic Trainer Eddie Giroux. The fitness center, located in the John M. Reeves Student Recreation Center, gives Centenary students and student-athletes a safe workout environment where they can improve their agility, speed, flexibility, strength and conditioning. Using the fitness center gives each athlete a chance to improve their overall fitness, therefore making them more competitive in their sport of choice. In 2006, the fitness center was expanded to include a separate cardio room as well as the weight machine and free weight areas. The renovation also brought in brand new state-of-the-art strength and fitness equipment that should fill all our student-athlete’s seasonal fitness needs.

2013 Men’s Soccer Team Coaching Staff

Head Coach...........................Keith O’Connor Alma Mater...........................Loyola (Md.) ‘99 Career Record........71-89-10 (nine seasons) Centenary Record...71-89-10 (nine seasons) Phone Number............(908)-852-1400 x2198 Assistant Coach........................Josh Spivack Alma Mater...............................Centenary ‘10 Phone Number............(908)-852-1400 x2903

2013 Team Information

2012 Overall Record..............................8-9-1 2012 CSAC Record/Finish......3-5-1 (T5th of 10) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................10/5 Starters Returning/Lost.............................8/3 Newcomers.................................................11 Captain.......................................Reid Meeker

The 2011 team concluded the year with a 9-7-2 overall record, 4-5 in CSAC play. Coach O’Connor’s squad was honored with five post season accolades. Andrew Pinella, Quinn Khouri and Patrick Bourland all earned Second Team All-CSAC honors, while Matt Winkler received honorable mention. Rounding out the postseason honors was Reid Meeker who was placed on the CSAC All-Sportsmanship Team. The Cyclones reached several indivdual achievements in 2011 as Pinnella became Centenary’s all-time leader in goals with 37, points (93), assists (19), and game-winning goals (12) as well as several other categories. Along with Pinnella, Jason Rogers became the school’s all-time saves leader (294) and the all-time leader in wins (27).

Since becoming the head coach at Centenary, Keith O’Connor has transformed CC from a program that won just three games the year prior his arrival into a highly competitive program in the Colonial States Athletic Conference and the mid-atlantic region. O’Connor has led Centenary to 44 wins over the last five years, while guiding Centenary to one Skyline Athletic Conference Tournament (2006) and CSAC Tournament appearances during four of the last five seasons (200810, 2012). Overall, he owns 71 victories in nine years at CC. Under O’Connor, the Cyclones have excelled just as much in the classroom as they have on the playing field. The 2007 team posted the highest combined GPA at Centenary (3.08) of the school’s 13 varsity teams. The 2007 and 2009 squads featured players with the highest GPA (3.78 and 3.83, respectively) of all male student-athletes at the college. Individually, Centenary men’s soccer has groomed 41 CSAC All-Academic Team award winners and has delivered 20 NSCAA Scholar All-Region student-athletes and three ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans since O’Connor became the head coach. 2012 marked a return to the CSAC Tournament as the Cyclones finished the season with an 8-9-1 record after winning two critical, late-season conference games to earn the sixth seed in the tournament. The Cyclones traveled to Marywood University for a first round tournament game against the third-seeded Pacers and quickly jumped out to an early lead when Antonio Cabrera netted a goal in the 18th minute. Marywood responded with a goal just five minutes later to tie the game, however Centenary regained the lead just before the half. After a failed clearing attempt by the Pacers’ keeper, Alex Khouri took a feed from Abiodun Lawal and delivered it into goal for the go ahead goal. Unfortunately for Centenary, the Pacers fought back, tying the game in the second half and forcing overtime where they would prevail by a 3-2 score. The 2012 season began with Centenary winning five of its first six games including triumphs over FDU-Florham, St. Joseph’s (LI), and St. Mary’s College (Md.). The Cyclones later bounced back from a difficult mid-season stretch to defeat CSAC opponents Cairn University and Gwynedd-Mercy to earn a bid to the CSAC Tournament. Two of Coach O’Connor’s Cyclones received postseason honors in 2012 as Quinn Khouri was named First Team All-CSAC, and Reid Meeker was named All-CSAC honorable mention. Both Khouri and Meeker were named to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District First Team (District II).

In 2010, the team finished the year 10-9-1, including 6-3 in the conference. Centenary earned the fourth-seed in the conference tournament and hosted Keystone in the opening round. CC blanked the Giants 4-0 to advance to its first conference tournament semifinals in program history. The Cyclones battled but eventually fell to the top seed and eventual champion, Neumann 2-0. Patrick Bourland and Kyle Thompson were each named Second Team All-CSAC and Andrew Pinnella and Matt Winkler garnered honorable mention accolades. Pinnella set a single-season team record with 10 assists. Off the field, 12 Cyclones earned CSAC All-Academic status and the program received six National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Region honors. The 2009 campaign saw the Cyclones reach the conference tournament thanks to a 3-4-2 CSAC mark, where they fell to Immaculata 2-0. Three student-athletes received All-CSAC accolades, including two second team awards. Off the field, 12 players were named to the CSAC All-Academic Team and two earned NSCAA/adidas All-East-Region Scholar-Athlete honors. Centenary finished the 2008 campaign 10-10-1, earning the fifth seed in the CSAC Tournament with a record of 4-4-0. It did not take the Cyclones long to join the elite teams in the conference as the berth into the CSAC Tournament was its first since joining the conference in 2007. The Cyclones squad also earned an ECAC Metro Region Tournament berth for the second time in three years. Five Cyclones received All-CSAC postseason honors, including two named to the first team, one earning second team accolades, and two claimed honorable mentions. In 2006, O’Connor led the Cyclones to an 11-10-0 record and placed third in the Skyline Athletic Conference with a record of 6-3-0. That mark earned the program its best conference finish and its first Skyline Athletic Conference tournament berth since joining the league in 2003. The eleven wins also marked the most wins by a Cyclone team since 1999. In the process, the Cyclones earned an ECAC Metro Region Tournament berth, its first-ever appearance. Three team members were named to the Skyline postseason teams, including two First Team awards and one Second Team selection. Furthermore, Centenary garnered two NSCAA All-Region players and touted its first-ever conference Rookie of the Year. O’Connor was named the Skyline Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and Centenary College Coach of the Year.

Prior to his arrival at Centenary, O’Connor was the assistant men’s soccer coach at the University of Delaware from 2001-2004. At Delaware, O’Connor was actively involved with the organization and development of a nationally competitive Division I men’s soccer program. He helped guide the Fightin’ Blue Hens to a record of 13-34-10. Their best season was in 2001, when Delaware went 7-11-1. He also coached the AC Milan club team in 2002 and 2003. During his two years with AC Milan, the team advanced to the U-17 Delaware State Cup finals in 2003 and the U-16 semi-finals in 2002. O’Connor also served as a player assessor for the Delaware Olympic Development Program (ODP). Before taking over the assistant coach responsibilities at Delaware, O’Connor served as the head junior varsity coach at his alma mater, Ridgewood High School. While at Ridgewood, he led the Maroons to a two-season record of 23-9-5 and berths in the Bergen County Tournament semifinals in 2000 and finals in 1999. The team also won the Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League-A title in 2000. As a player, O’Connor enjoyed a successful playing career at the high school, club and collegiate levels. He became the first freshman to start for the varsity squad in Ridgewood High School history and in his four years at Ridgewood, he captained the team for two years, while capturing one Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League Championship, two Bergen County Tournament Championships and two New Jersey State Sectional titles. He earned such accolades as all-league, all-area, all-county and all-state. He was also named one of the top 22 players in the state during his junior and senior years. O’Connor completed his high school career as one of the school’s all-time greats and still ranks among the Maroons’ career leaders in points (second), goals (third), and assists (first). He was inducted into the Ridgewood High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2010. A former Division I player recruited to Loyola College (Md.) (now Loyola University), O’Connor played four seasons from 1994-1999, helping lead the regionally-ranked men’s soccer team to an impressive 50-29-6 record, two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championships and two NCAA play-in appearances in the 1994 and 1995 seasons. In 1999, O’Connor earned his bachelor of arts degree from Loyola College (Md.) in communications, specializing in advertising. His accreditations include a United States Soccer Federation ‘B’ coaching license and a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. O’Connor and his wife, Ellen, currently reside in Pennsylvania with their daughters Cadence and Peighton. Communications, specializing in Advertising. His accreditations include a United States Soccer Federation ‘B’ coaching license and a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. O’Connor and his wife, Ellen, currently reside in Pennsylvania with their daughters Cadence and Peighton.

Josh Spivack enters his fifth season with the Centenary men’s soccer team in 2013 after a threeyear career as a player for the Cyclones. As a player, finished his career with 16 points on five goals and six assists, including career-highs in points (10), goals (three) and assists (four) as a sophomore. He earned two NSCAA Scholar All-Region honors during his playing career. Spivack ranks among Centenary’s career leaders in assists and was also recognized as a team captain. During his three years, Centenary appeared in two conference tournamentsand qualifed for the ECAC Tournament twice. Following his collegiate career, Spivack joined Royal Racing FC Montegnee, a professional club in Belgium, where he also continued his education. He has completed his NJYSA “E” License and holds and NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma. Spivack holds a bachelor of arts degree in business administration with a concentration in sports management from Centenary. He currently coaches with NJ Dynamo Soccer Club, where he is the head coach for the U16 and U18 boys teams. He also is a head trainer for Pre-K Kickers, which provides soccer education for 3-6 year olds, as well as continuing work with Cerdafied Soccer Training, which works with youth clubs around north Jersey.

2013 Season Preview After battling through an up-and-down season filled with injuries to key players in 2012, the Centenary College men’s soccer team aims to make a jump to the top of the Colonial States Athletic Conference this fall. 10th-year Head Coach Keith O’Connor has guided the Cyclones to a berth in the CSAC Tournament during four of the last five years, including an appearance in the semifinals in 2010. However, Centenary is still in search of its first conference crown since joining the league in 2007. Coach O’Connor’s squad returns four of its five leading scorers from last season, including AllCSAC performer Quinn Khouri (Eldersburg, Md./ Liberty). Khouri ranked second in the league in total points (24), tied for second in assists (6) and was third with nine goals. The team’s forwards will be led by senior Nicholas Telle (Union, N.J./Roselle Catholic), a veteran of 45 matches during his three-year career. Telle posted 11 points in 2012, including a career-best five assists, while classmate Antonio Cabrera (Pasadena, Texas/Pasadena Memorial) will be looked upon to add to the scoring punch after contributing nine points (3g, 3a) last fall. Sophomore midfielder Abiodun Lawal (Lagos, Nigeria/Irvington) attempts to build on his solid rookie season after tallying two goals and four assists. Joining Lawal in the middle are classmate Nick DePasquale (Toms River, N.J./Toms River East) and senior Joseph Bachman (Lumberton, N.J./Burlington Institute of TechnologyMedford).

2013 Season Preview

Standout senior captain Reid Meeker (Phillipsburg, N.J./Notre Dame Green Pond) anchors a defensive group filled with new faces. Meeker has started all 56 games since he stepped on campus, earning All-CSAC honorable mention accolades last season, while also garnering numerous academic awards during his career. Cabrera and sophomore Glenn Brennen (Butler, Pa./Butler) will also return to the Cyclones’ defensive core and a group of five newcomers are expected to aid in the effort. After starting 17 games during his first collegiate season, sophomore goalkeeper Jesse Goleman (Pittsburgh, Pa./Taylor Allderdice) is expected to be back between the pipes this fall. Goleman recorded three shutouts and made 117 saves (24th in NCAA Division III), while earning eight victories in goal. Senior Edward Medow (Fair Lawn, N.J./Fair Lawn) will provide depth in goal after moving from forward during the preseason. The coaching staff has also brought in a class of 11 newcomers that, many of which are expected to contribute immediately. That group includes junior Sebastian Castillo (Wharton, N.J./Morris Hills) and brothers Michael Marin (Union, N.J./Union City) and Luis Marin (Union, N.J./Union Hill), a trio that has especially impressed the coaches during preseason camp.

2013 Season Preview “Those three guys have really stood out as players that will make an immediate impact on the success of this team. With that being said, we expect every member of the squad to make contributions throughout the season,” said O’Connor. After placing sixth in the league last fall, the Cyclones were selected to finish fifth in a preseason vote conducted by the CSAC’s head coaches. However, the Centenary coaching staff believes that this team is primed to battle for a top seed in the league tournament come November. “I really expect us to compete for a league championship this fall. With the mix of veteran players returning and the strong incoming class, there is no reason we cannot bring a title to Centenary,” added O’Connor. Centenary begins the 2013 season with two matches at the Lebanon Valley Invitational. The Cyclones face No. 16 Susquehanna to open the campaign on August 30 and battle the host Dutchmen the following day.

Date Aug 30 Aug. 31 Sept. 4 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 26 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 9

2013 Schedule

Opponent Susquehanna University^ Lebanon Valley College^ Wesley College Purchase College St. Joseph’s College (LI) Penn State Brandywine Eastern University FDU-Florham Briarcliffe College Marywood University* Cairn University* Immaculata University* Cabrini College* Keystone College* Gwynedd-Mercy College* Neumann University* Rosemont College* Baptist Bible College* CSAC Quarterfinal CSAC Semifinal CSAC Championship

Home Games are in BOLD

Time 7:30 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 12:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM TBA TBA TBA

* - Denotes CSAC Opponent ^ - Lebanon Valley Invitational

No. Name 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 27


2013 Men’s Soccer Roster Year Pos. Ht.

Jesse Goleman So. Kevin Brix Fr. Joseph Bachman Sr. Reid Meeker Sr. Ian Douglas Sr. Julian Alvarez Fr. Michael Marin Jr. Quinn Khouri Jr. Nicholas Telle Sr. Abiodun Lawal So. Ian Kirkpatrick So. Luis Marin Fr. Nick DePasquale So. Antonio Cabrera Sr. Sean Robinson So. Glenn Brennen So. Shane Nolan Fr. Sebastian Castillo Jr. Dylan Bricker Jr. Chris Bonilla Fr. Edward Medow Sr.


6-2 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-6 5-6 6-0 5-9 5-8 6-2 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-3 5-8

Hometown/High School Pittsburgh, Pa./Taylor Allderdice Monroe Township, N.J./Monroe Township Lumberton, N.J./Burlington Inst. of Tech. Phillipsburg, N.J./Notre Dame Green Pond South Orange, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Dover, N.J./Dover Union City, N.J./Union City Eldersburg, Md./Liberty Union, N.J./Roselle Catholic Irvington, N.J./Irvington Audubon, N.J./Audubon Union City, N.J./Union Hill Toms River, N.J./Toms River East Pasadena, Texas/Pasadena Memorial Mount Olive, N.J./Mount Olive Butler, Pa./Butler Area Belvidere, N.J./Belvidere Wharton, N.J./Morris Hills Florida, N.Y./S.S. Seward East Orange, N.J./St. Benedict’s Prep Fair Lawn, N.J./Fair Lawn

2012 (Junior) Played in 8 games and started in 3 games... Scored three goals and had one assist.. Attempted 4 shots on goal...CSAC Weekly Honor Roll... Cyclone of the Week High School and Personal Data: Transfer from Burlington County College where he did not play soccer... played four years of soccer at BCIT-Medford...earned captain’s award for two years...served as captain for two seasons...majoring in Graphic Design and Multimedia.

Roster Breakdown

By Position

Forwards (3) - L. Marin, Robinson, Telle Midfielders (8) - Alvarez, Bachman, Bonilla, Castillo, DePasquale, Khouri, Lawal, M. Marin Defenders (7) - Brennen, Bricker, Brix, Cabrera, Douglas, Kirkpatrick, Meeker, Nolan Goalkeepers (2) - Goleman, Medow

By Year

Seniors (6) - Bachman, Cabrera, Douglas, Medow, Meeker, Telle Juniors (4) - Bricker, Castillo, Khouri, M. Marin Sophomores (6) - Brennen, DePasquale, Goleman, Kirkpatrick, Lawal, Robinson Freshmen (5) - Alvarez, Bonilla, Brix, L. Marin, Nolan

Bachman’s Career Stats

Year GP 2012 8 Total 8

G 2 2

A 1 1

Pts. 5 5

Shots 5 5



2012 (Junior): Played in 17 Games... Started all of them....Recorded 3 goals and 3 assists...Attempted 22 shots on goal...NSCAA All-East Region Honorable Mention...CSAC All-Academic Team.

2012 (Junior): Played in 15 games and started in

2011 (Sophmore): Played in 18 games... started in 16...attempted 18 shots on goal... CSAC All-Academic recipient.

High School and Personal Data: Played four

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games, starting in seven…recorded one goal and one assist…attempted nine shots…CSAC All-Academic Team.

5... Scored Four goals and had 0 assits... Had 10 shots on goal...CSAC All-Academic Team

years of soccer for Fair Lawn High School... Majoring in Criminal Justice

High School and Personal Data: Two-sport athlete at Pasadena Memorial High School in Pasadena, Texas…key defender on a soccer team that reached its first-ever playoffs in 2008…also the placekicker on the football team, scoring 90 points in two years…majoring in Criminal Justice

Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

Cabrera’s Career Stats

GP 14 18 17 54

G 1 0 3 4

A 1 0 3 4

Pts. 3 0 9 12

Shots 9 18 22 49

Medow’s Career Stats

Year GP G A 2012 15 4 0 Total 15 4 0

Pts. 8 8

Shots 15 15



2012 (Junior): Played in and started all 18 games... Had 4 shots on goal... CSAC CSA President... CoSida/ Capital One Academic All-District First Team District II... Honorable Mention All- Conference...2012 Fall FAR/FAB Scholar Athlete...NSCAA All-East Regin Honorable Mention...CSAC All-Academic Team. 2011 (Sophmore): Played in and started in all 18 games... tallied two goals and one assist...attempted 13 shots on goal...CSAC All-Sportsmanship Team...CSAC All-Academic recipient. 2010 (Freshman): Played in and started all 20 games…recorded one goal and one assist as a defender…attempted seven shots on goal…CSAC All-Academic Team. High School and Personal Data: Played four years of soccer at Notre Dame Green Pond High School in Easton, Pa.…three-year varsity starter, two-year varsity captain… named team Defensive MVP…voted Second Team AllConference and Honorable Mention All-Area…also played varsity baseball in high school and was named Honorable Mention All-Conference…majoring in Mathematics and Education.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

Meeker’s Career Stats

GP 20 18 18 56

G 1 2 0 3

A 1 1 0 2

Pts. 3 5 0 8

Shots 7 13 8 28

2012 (Junior): Appeared in 18 and started in all of them... scored three goals and had 5 assists... attempted 10 shots on goal...CSAC All-Academic Team. 2011 (Sophmore): Appeared in 17 games, starting in eleven...scored five goals and had two assists...attempted 21 shots on goal. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games, starting in three…tallied one goal and one assist as a defender… attempted six shots…CSAC All-Academic Team. High School and Personal Data: Played four years of varsity soccer at Roselle Catholic High School…served as team captain…named First Team Mountain Valley Conference…also played two years varsity baseball and one year of winter track…received Distinguished Catholic Youth Excellence Award for volunteer services in the community…majoring in Education…has one sister, Samantha…son of Toni and John Telle…born on June 27, 1992.

Year GP 2010 10 2011 17 2012 18 Total 45

Telle’s Career Stats G 1 5 3 9

A 1 2 5 8

Pts. 3 12 11 26

Shots 6 21 21 48



2011 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games, started in two...tallied two goals...attempted 11 shots on goal. High School and Personal Data: Played varsity soccer at the S.S. Seward Institute… scored three goals to lead top-seeded S.S. Seward to Section 9 Class C semifinal win in 2010…also played baseball for three years in high school

2012 (Sophomore): Played in 18 games and started in all of them... Scoring 9 goals and 6 assists.... Attempted 88 shots on goal... Awarded Cyclone of the Week... Awarded CSAC player of the Week... CoSIDA/ Capital One Academic All-District First Team District II... First Team All Conference...ECAC First-Team All-Star...First Team AllConference...CSAC All-Academic Team. 2011 (Freshman): Appeared and started in 14 games... scoring five goals and two assists...attempted 47 shots on goal...Awared Second Team All-Conference...CSAC AllAcademic recipient. High School and Personal Data: Played three years varsity soccer at Liberty High School where he was named captain…nominated to All-County, All-Conference, and AllMetro teams…participated on the State Finalist Maryland 2A team…served as captain of the U-16 Maryland State Championship Club Team…experienced four years of the Maryland Boys Olympic Development Program.

Bricker’s Career Stats

Year GP 2011 7 Total 7

G 2 2

A 0 0

Pts. 4 4

Shots 11 11

Khouri’s Career Stats

Year GP 2011 14 2012 18 Total 32

G 5 9 14

A 2 6 8

Pts. 12 24 36

Shots 47 88 135



2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games, starting in two of them...tallied four goals and one assist...attempted 25 shots on goal.

varsity soccer for Union City High School…named to the Hudson County First-Team…also played one year of varsity boys’ volleyball in high school…has two brothers, Luis Gustavo and Jean Paul and three sisters, Leidy, Angelica Miranda, and Paola Munoz…Luis is a freshman Centenary men’s soccer player

Year GP 2011 14 Total 14

them... Had one shot on goal. High School and Personal Data: Four-year varsity

High School and Personal Data: Played four years of

2012 (Freshman): Played in 18 games and started all of

member of the soccer team at Butler Area High School... named tri-captain his junior and senior seasons...selected defensive MVP his junior year...named All-Section and the Jason Karea Bauer Award winner after his senior season... played for Pennsylvania West Cup Soccer for seven years, serving as team captain for three...played for Pennsylvania West Olympic Development Program for four years...major is undecided.

Marin’s Career Stats G 4 4

A 1 1

Pts. 9 9

Shots 25 25

Brennen’s Career Stats

Year GP G A 2012 18 0 0 Total 18 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Shots 7 7



2012 (Freshman): Saw action in 13 games, including 11

2012 (Freshman): Played in 17 games and started all of

starts at midfield...attempted seven shots

them.. Made 117 Saves....finished ranked 32nd in nation

High School and Personal Data: Played three years of

CSAC weekly Honor Roll... Cyclone of the Week...CSAC

in saves per game (6.88) and 24th in total saves (117)...

varsity soccer at Toms River East High School...named All-State Central Section II Honorable Mention...majoring in criminal justice.

All-Academic Team. High School and Personal Data: Played four years of soccer at Allderdice H.S...two-time all-city goalkeeper... three-time city champion...finished as the All-Time leader in shutouts with 25 and as the record holder for fewest goals against in a season with 9 at Allderdice H.S...Selected to USA Maccabi Youth Soccer Team...Inducted into Western Pennsylvania Jewish Sports Hall of Fame...majoring in sports management.

DePasquale’s Career Stats

Year GP 2012 13 Total 13

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Shots 7 7

Goleman’s Career Stats

Year GP Min GA GAA SV SV% 2012 17 1,582:44 32 1.82 117 .785 Total 27 1,528:44 32 1.82 117 .785



2012 (Freshman): Played in 15 games and started in 12... Had two goals and 4 assists... Attempted 11 shots on goal... CSAC Player of the week... ECAC Division III Re-

High School and Personal Data: Four-year member of the soccer team, including two at the varsity level, at Dover High School…captained team during junior and senior seasons…played club soccer for STA Spitfire Morris United…also played volleyball for two years…majoring in sport management

gion Offensive Player of the Week... Cyclone of the Week. High School and Personal Data: Played four years of varsity soccer for Irvington High School...named First Team All-Conference, All-Area, and All-Essex County...also a four year member of the baseball team where he was named captain and a one year member of the track team...named First Team All-Conference for baseball....majoring in sports management.

Year GP 2012 15 Total 15

Lawal’s Career Stats G 2 2

A 4 4

Pts. 8 8

High School and Personal Data: Four-year member of St. Benedict’s Prep soccer team, including two for the varsity squad…helped team to two national championships…also led St. Benedict’s to two New Jersey state prep titles…criminology major at Centenary Shots 27 27


High School and Personal Data: Four-year member of soccer team at Monroe Township High School…named all-area honorable mention…won 2012 GMC County and 2012 Central Jersey Group IV sectional championships…2012 Group IV state runner-up…older brother, Tim, is a golfer and basketball player at Centenary…undecided on major

High School and Personal Data: First-year member of the Centenary men’s soccer team…Earned four varsity letters as an all-conference, all-area and all-county player at Morris Hills High School…Morris County Tournament and Iron Hills Conference champion…high school team was named Daily Record and Star Ledger Boy’s Soccer Team of the Year…history education major at Centenary

High School and Personal Data: Four-year member of the boy’s soccer team at Seton Hall Prep, including two with the varsity squad…served as captain of the junior varsity soccer team as a freshman during their undefeated season…member of the Star Ledger number one ranked Seton Hall Prep Private School State Champion soccer team…played for second place F.C. Copa in the N.J. State Cup…member of the F.C. Copa U20 Men’s soccer team…also ran track in high school his freshman year… majoring in film studies

High School and Personal Data: Participated in varsity soccer at Audubon High School for four years…named team captain…earned first team all-conference status…older sister, Caitlin is a member of Centenary’s equestrian team…majoring in mathematics


High School and Personal Data: Earned three varsity letters at Union Hill High School…Named as a top-15 player in Union County and top-five forward in the state of New Jersey…selected as the player of the week…participated in the Hudson County All-Star Game…older brother, Michael, is a member of the Cyclone men’s soccer team…sport management major


High School and Personal Data: First-year transfer from Montgomery County Community College…led team in goals with five and tied for the team lead with 11 total points…three-year member of varsity soccer team at Mount Olive High School…majoring in graphic design

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High School and Personal Data: Four-year member of the soccer team, including three as a varsity starter, at Belvidere High School…second team all-conference and third team all-area honoree…led team in scoring during his sophomore season…majoring in business

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Career Records Goals (Top 10)

1) Andrew Pinnella - 37 (‘08-’11) 2) Chris Hill - 36 (‘06-’08) 3) Chris Guadagno - 28 (‘06-’09) Kissinger Barreau - 28 (‘00, ‘04-’06) 5) Phil Patricola - 21 (‘97-’00) 6) Jean Laforest - 18 (‘94-’97) 7) Jason Lilburn - 15 (‘99) 8) Quinn Khouri - 14 (‘11-Pres.) 9) Matt Winkler - 12 (‘08-’11) Manny Nieves - 12 (‘03-’06) Oswald Kotei - 12 (‘96-’99)

Assists (Top 10)

1) Andrew Pinnella - 19 (‘08-’11) 2) Oswald Kotei - 16 (‘96-’99) 3) Patrick Bourland - 14 (‘09-’11) 4) Ryan Biello - 11 (‘06-’08) 5) Kissinger Barreau - 9 (‘00, ‘04-’06) Nelson Becarra - 9 (‘06) Jimmy Corey - 9 (‘08-’11) Matt Winkler - 9 (‘08-’11) 9) Chris Guadagno - 8 (‘06-’09) Steve Bodei - 8 (‘02-’05) Phil Patricola - 8 (‘97-’00) Jason Lilburn - 8 (‘99) Quinn Khouri - 8 (11-Pres.) Nick Telle - 8 (10-Pres.)

Points (Top 10)

1) Andrew Pinnella - 93 (‘08-’11) 2) Chris Hill - 78 (‘06-’08) 3) Kissinger Barreau - 65 (‘00, ‘04-’06) 4) Chris Guadagno - 64 (‘06-’09) 5) Phil Patricola - 50 (‘97-’00) 6) Oswald Kotei - 40 (‘96-’99) 7) Jason Lilburn - 38 (‘99) 8) Jean Laforest - 37 (‘94-’97) 9) Quinn Khouri - 36 (‘11-Pres.) 10) Matt Winkler - 33 (‘08-’11)

Single Season Records Saves

1) Jason Rogers - 294 (‘08-’11) 2) Dave Stewart - 278 (‘99, ’01-’02) 3) Damien DiBuono - 273 (‘06-’09) 4) Scott Lewis - 207 (‘03-’04) 5) Jesse Goleman - 117 (‘12-Pres.) 6) Tim Sanfratello - 95 (‘98-’01) 7) Tetsuya Oda - 60 (‘02-’03) 8) John Phil - 54 (‘03) 9) Anthony Guyker - 37 (‘99) Sean Gearren - 37 (‘03-’04)

Goals (Top 10)

1) Jean Laforest 2) Andrew Pinnella Jason Lilburn 4) Chris Hill Chris Hill Chris Hill 7) Andrew Pinnella Lucknor Dor 9) Nelson Becerra 10) Chris Guadagno Quinn Khouri

18 15 15 12 12 12 11 11 10 9 9

1997 2011 1999 2008 2007 2006 2010 1999 2006 2006 2012

Goals Against Average (Min. 10 Games)

1) Jason Rogers - 1.64 (‘08-’11) 2) Anthony Guyker - 1.71 (‘99) 3) Tim Sanfratello - 1.95 (‘98-’01) 4) Damien DiBuono - 2.43 (‘06-’09) 5) Jon Clauson - 2.48 (‘03) 6) Dave Stewart - 2.70 (‘99, ‘01-’02) 7) Jason Austin - 3.33 (‘00-’03) 8) Scott Lewis - 4.09 (‘03-’04) 9) John Phil - 4.18 (‘03) 10) Sean Gearran - 4.74 (‘03-’04)

Save Percentage

1) Josh Hammerstone - 0.765 (‘98) 2) Jason Rogers - 0.756 (‘08-’11) 3) Tim Sanfratello - 0.75 (‘98-’01) 4) Dave Stewart - 0.711 (‘99, ‘01-’02) 5) Scott Lewis - 0.688 (‘03-’04) 6) Damien DiBuono - 0.686 (‘06-’09) 7) Jon Clausson - 0.667 (‘03) Jason Austin - 0.667 (‘00-’03) 9) Anthony Guyker - 0.661 (‘99) 10) Harry Walters - 0.65 (‘10-’11)


1) Jason Rogers - 16 (‘08-’11) 2) Damien DiBuono - 6 (‘06-’09) 3) Dave Stewart - 5 (‘99, ‘01-’02) 4) Anthony Guyker - 4 (‘99) 5) Jesse Goleman - 3 (‘12-Pres.)

Assists (Top 10)

1) Andrew Pinnella 2) Nelson Becerra Oswald Kotei 4) Patrick Bourland Jason Lilburn 6) Ryan Bilello Oswald Kotei 8) Quinn Khouri 9) Chris Hill Mustapha King Phil Patricola

10 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 5

Points (Top 10)

1) Jason Lilburn 2) Jean Laforest 3) Andrew Pinnella 4) Andrew Pinnella 5) Quinn Khouri 6) Chris Hill Nelson Becerra 8) Chris Hill Lucknor Dor 10) Chris Hill

38 37 34 32 31 29 29 25 25 24

2010 2006 1999 2011 1999 2008 1998 2012 2006 1999 2000 1999 1997 2011 2010 2012 2006 2006 2008 1999 2007

1) Scott Lewis 2) Dave Stewart 3) Jesse Goleman 4) Jason Rogers 5) Tim Sanfratello Dave Stewart 7) Damien DiBuono 8) Jason Rogers 9) Damien DiBuono 10) Tetsuya Oda


162 152 117 97 95 95 90 75 68 60

2004 2001 2012 2009 1998 2000 2006 2010 2008 2002

Goals Against Average (Min. 10 Games)

1) Dave Stewart 2) Jason Rogers 3) Anthony Guyker 4) Jesse Goleman 5) Tim Sanfratello 6) Sean Gearren 7) Damien DiBuono 8) Jason Rogers 9) Damien DiBuono 10) Dave Stewart

1.05 1.15 1.71 1.82 1.95 2.01 2.23 2.32 2.43 2.44

1999 2010 1999 2012 1998 2004 2006 2009 2008 2000

Save Percentage

1) Jason Rogers 2) Sean Gearren 3) Jesse Goleman 4) Josh Hammerstone 5) Tim Sanfratello 6) Dave Stewart 7) Dave Stewart 8) Scott Lewis 9) Dave Stewart 10) Jason Rogers 1) Jason Rogers 2) Jason Rogers Anthony Guyker Damien DiBuono 5) David Stewart Jesse Goleman

0.815 0.800 0.785 0.760 0.750 0.710 0.704 0.701 0.700 0.698

Shutouts 7 4 4 4 3 3

2010 2004 2012 1998 1998 2001 2000 2004 1999 2009 2010 2009 1999 2006 1999 2012

1995 Championship Team

Centenary College Turf Fund

The 1995 men’s soccer team had the best season in the history of Centenary soccer. The squad won the National Small College Athletic Association Championship that year, defeating Michigan Christian College 3-1 in Rochester Hills, Mich. In 2010, the ‘95 team was inducted into the Centenary College Athletic Hall of Fame for their remarkable year.

“It is time to take Cyclone Athletics to the next level.” That was the message of WPLJ broadcaster Joe Nolan at the official launch of The Athletic Turf Field Project on January 29, 2011.

Centenary’s Javier Velasco was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player while Jean LaForest, Osei Sarabo and Sam Mensah all found the back of the net for the Cyclones. Goalkeeper Jim Vacca recorded seven saves to preserve the victory. Mensah gave Centenary a 1-0 lead at the 5:30 mark but MCC tied the game five minutes later. The score remained 1-1 until the 88th minute, when Velasco sent in a corner kick that the Michigan Christian goalkeeper saved, but LaForest was able to knock in the rebound for the 2-1 lead. Centenary maintained that edge until, with 33 seconds remaining in the contest, Sarabo converted a Mensah shot to account for the final goal of the game. The 1995 team finished the season with a record of 17-3-1. The 17 victories remains the highest single-season wins total in program history. The team was led by head coach Tony Faticoni and assistant coaches Charlie Naimo and Rob Warren. The student-athletes on the squad were: Edmond Lubin, Dave Lakomy, Fernando Miranda, Michael Kelly, Colin Kellogg, Jean LaForest, Luckner Dor, Chris Polito, Oswald Kotei, Javier Velasco, Ivan Henderson, Sam Mensah, Zack Ressaissi, Osei Sarabo, Derrick Trim, Manny Galan and Jim Vacca.

Through The Cyclone Athletic Fund, Centenary plans to construct a new artificial turf field that will serve the Men’s and Women’s Soccer and Lacrosse teams as well as Baseball. The new field, which can even be used in inclement weather, will help propel the teams to greater levels of competition and national recognition. To learn more about this exciting project or to make a contribution to The Cyclone Athletic Fund or The Athletic Turf Field Project, call Simone Knaaps at (908) 852-1400 ext. 2336 or email

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