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General Information Name of School: ............................................................... Coastal Carolina University City/Zip: . .................................................................................... Conway, S.C. /29528 Founded: ............................................................................................................ 1954 Enrollment: ....................................................................................................... 9,084 Nickname: ...............................................................................................Chanticleers Pronunciation of Nickname:..................................................................SHON-ti-clears School Colors: .......................................................................... Teal, Bronze and Black Stadium:.............................................................................................CCU Soccer Field Capacity:............................................................................................................. 2,000 Conference: .................................................................................................Big South President: ........................................................................................David A. DeCenzo Alma Mater, Year: .............................................................................. Maryland, 1978 Athletics Director: ............................................................................. Hunter Yurachek Alma Mater, Year: .................................................................................Guilford, 1990 Asst. Director for Media Relations/MSOC Contact:........................................ Cody Bays Email:............................................................................................. cbays@coastal.edu Cell: .................................................................................................... (843) 333-1560 Office:................................................................................................. (843) 349-6467 Athletic Dept. Phone: ........................................................................ (843) 349-2820 Website: ................................................................................www.GoCCUsports.com

General Information ................................................................................................. 1 2012 Schedule . ........................................................................................................ 2 Roster Breakdown .................................................................................................... 3 Photo Roster . ........................................................................................................... 4 Student-Athlete Profiles . ....................................................................................5-14 Returnee Profiles............................................................................................5-10 Ashton Bennett ............................................................................................ 5 Sebastian Bahos/Robby Joe Daniels ............................................................. 6 Sean McCormick/Kristoffer Sandtroen .......................................................... 7 Ricky Garbanzo/Shawn McLaws ................................................................... 8 Justin Portillo/Pedro Ribeiro ......................................................................... 9 Henrik Robstad/Uchenna Uzo ..................................................................... 10 Newcomer Profiles . .....................................................................................11-14 Federico Bertele/Rosario Harriott/Jhamie Hyde/Taylor Lemmon ................ 11 Mikey Lightbourne/Colby Martin/Nick May/Kene Onovo ............................ 12 Mark Petrus/Matt Risher/Scott Shewfelt/Tevin Skyers ................................ 13 Jakub Stourac/Kjartan Sigurdsson .............................................................. 14 Support Staff........................................................................................................... 14 Coach Profiles ....................................................................................................15-18 Head Coach Shaun Docking ...................................................................15-16 Assistant Coach Kyle Russell ....................................................................... 17 Volunteer Assistant Coach Neal Robinson ................................................... 18 Student Assistant Coach Jacob Downey....................................................... 18 CCU Soccer Field ..................................................................................................... 19 Big South Conference ............................................................................................. 20 2011 Season Review .........................................................................................21-24 All-Americans . ....................................................................................................... 25 Chanticleers in the Pros .......................................................................................... 26 All-Time Honors ................................................................................................27-28 All-Time Records ...............................................................................................29-31 All-Time Roster . ................................................................................................32-33 All-Time NCAA Tournament Ledger ........................................................................ 34 All-Time Coaches Records ....................................................................................... 35 All-Time Results ................................................................................................36-40

History First Year: . .......................................................................................................... 1978 All-Time Record (pct.):....................................................................354-215-42 (.612) Years in NCAA Tournament/Last:................................................................. Nine/2011 Last Postseason Opponent.................................................................... North Carolina Result:............................................................................. L, 2-3 (NCAA Second Round) Coaching Staff Head Coach: . ........................................................................................Shaun Docking Alma Mater, Year: ..................................................................................... Akron, 1988 Record at School/Years: .................................................................174-87-25/14 years Career Record/Years: . .................................................................194-106-27/16 years Office Phone: ...................................................................................... (843) 349-2859 Assistant Coach:..........................................................................................Kyle Russell Alma Mater, Year: ...................................................................... Coastal Carolina, 2009 Men’s Soccer Athletic Trainer:...............................................................Uriah Snoberger Alma Mater, Year: ...........................................................................West Virginia, 2009 Speed, Strength and Conditioning Coach:................................................Lucius Jordan Alma Mater, Year: ........................................................................... East Carolina, 2009 Team Information 2011 Overall Record: . ....................................................................................... 18-4-0 2011 Conference Record/Finish: ......................................................................9-0-0/1 Home Record:....................................................................................................... 9-2-0 Away Record:....................................................................................................... 6-1-0 Neutral Record:.................................................................................................... 3-1-0 2011 Final Ranking:...............................................................................................16th Starters Returning/Lost: .........................................................................................7/4 Letter Winners Returning/Lost:..............................................................................9/14 Top Returners (goals-assists-points):................................... Ashton Bennett (23-7-53) ..................................................................................................Pedro Ribeiro (9-8-26) ........................................................................................... Kjartan Sigurdsson (1-1-3) Newcomers............................................................................................................... 14

Nine NCAA Appearances

What is a Chanticleer? The Chanticleer (SHON-ti-cleer) gives Coastal Carolina University one of the most unique nicknames in all of sports. Chanticleer comes from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and came to Coastal Carolina University when the University was a member of the University of South Carolina system. A Chanticleer is a rooster who rules the barnyard with cunning and wit. His competitiveness never wanes as he battles to the end, using his brains to come out on top every time.

Credits

Written, edited and designed by Assistant Director for Media Relations Cody Bays. Editorial Assistance: Mike Cawood and Anne Monk. Photography: Bill Edmonds and Judey Johns of the Coastal Carolina University Photography Department, BigSouthPhotos.com. Cover Design: Cody Bays. Not for reproduction or other use without the express written permission of the Coastal Carolina University Athletic Media Relations Department.

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships

General Information

QUICK FACTS


2012 Schedule

2012 Schedule Date Aug. 18 Aug. 24 Aug. 27

Day Sat. Fri. Mon.

Opponent vs. North Carolina (Exhibition) LONGWOOD* at UNC Charlotte

Location Cary, N.C. Conway, S.C. Charlotte, N.C.

Time 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

— Aug. 31 Sept. 2

Fri. Sun.

at Ohio State vs. Wright State

Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio

Sept. 7 Fri. Sept. 7 Fri. Sept. 9 Sun. Sept. 9 Sun. Sept. 14 Fri. Sept. 19 Wed. Sept. 22 Sat. Sept. 25 Tues. Sept. 29 Sat. Oct. 6 Sat. Oct. 10 Wed. Oct. 13 Sat. Oct. 17 Wed. Oct. 20 Sat. Oct. 24 Wed. Oct. 27 Sat. Nov. 3 Sat

Bowling Green vs. Wofford Florida Atlantic Wofford vs. Florida Atlantic Bowling Green Elon at Liberty* UNC Greensboro College of Charleston Presbyterian* UNC Asheville* at Campbell* at VMI* Winthrop* at Gardner-Webb* at South Carolina at Radford* High Point*

Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Lynchburg, Va. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Buies Creek, N.C. Lexington, Va. Conway, S.C. Boiling Springs, N.C. Columbia, S.C. Radford, Va. Conway, S.C.

Nov. 6 Nov. 9 Nov. 11

Tues. Fri. Sun.

Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 Dec. 9

Thurs. Sun. Sun. Fri. Fri. Sun.

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals College Cup Semifinals College Cup Final

7:30 p.m. Noon

5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

— Campus Sites (top four seed host) Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park) Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)

TBD TBD TBD

— Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Hoover, Ala. (Regions Park) Hoover, Ala. (Regions Park)

TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

BOLD — Home Games * — Big South Conference Game Nine NCAA Appearances

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Roster Breakdown

Alphabetical Roster

No. Name Class Position Height Weight Hometown /High School (Previous School) 0 Federico Bertele So. GK 5-10 176 Milano, Italy/Seabreeze HS [Fla.] (North Florida) 1 Mark Petrus Jr. GK 6-1 179 Roanoke, Va./The Pendleton School (George Mason) 2 Uchenna Uzo So. D 5-10 199 Lagos, Nigeria/Whitesands School (Houston Baptist) 3 Kristoffer Sandtroen Sr. D 6-1 179 Tynset, Norway/BI Norwegian School of Management 4 Kjartan Sigurdsson So. D 6-2 201 Fludir, Iceland/Menntaskolinn v. Suud 5 Jhamie Hyde Fr. D 5-11 182 Portmore, Jamaica/Kingston College 6 Henrik Robstad So. D 6-2 173 Kristiansand, Norway/Kristansand Katedralskole Gimle 7 Ashton Bennett Sr. F 5-9 167 Clarendon, Jamaica/Kingston College (Cincinnati State) 8 Justin Portillo Jr. MF 5-5 132 New Orleans, La./Grace King HS 9 Tevin Skyers Fr. F 5-10 171 Spanish Town, Jamaica/Dinthill Technical HS 10 Pedro Ribeiro Jr. MF 6-3 208 Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Colegio Magnum Agostiniano 11 Ricky Garbanzo So. F 5-7 140 Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern HS 12 Robby Joe Daniels Sr. F 5-9 164 Rockville, Va./Patrick Henry HS 13 Shawn McLaws So. F/MF 5-10 168 Edmond, Okla./Deer Creek HS 14 Jakub Stourac Fr. F 6-2 185 Brno, Czech Republic/Masaryk University 15 Sean McCormick Sr. F 6-0 171 Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Beach HS 16 Nick May So. D/MF 6-1 188 Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo HS (North Florida) 17 Mikey Lightbourne Fr. D/MF 5-10 165 Shalimar, Fla./Choctawhatchee HS 18 Matt Risher Jr. F/MF 6-2 168 Charlotte, N.C./Marvin Ridge HS (Marshall) 19 Rosario Harriott Fr. D/MF 6-4 180 St. Catherine, Jamaica/Dinthill Technical HS 20 Taylor Lemmon So. F 6-2 184 Lawrence, Kan./Marantha Academy (Virginia Tech) 21 Kene Onovo Jr. F 6-3 211 Abuja, Nigeria/Christ the King College (Pittsburgh) 22 Sebastian Bahos Sr. F 5-8 140 Den Haag, Holland/Seven Lakes HS (Coker) 25 Colby Martin So. GK 6-2 199 Stilwell, Kan./St. Thomas Aquinas HS (Johnson County CC) 26 Scott Shewfelt Jr. GK 6-4 190 London, Ontario/Oakridge Secondary School (Schoolcraft JC) Shaun Docking - Head Coach, 15th Season Kyle Russel - Assistant Coach, Third Season Neal Robinson - Volunteer Assistant Coach, Second Season Lucius Jordan - Speed, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Second Season Jacob Downey - Student Assistant Coach, First Season Uriah Snoberger - Athletic Training Assistant, Second Season

Juniors (6) Kene Onovo Mark Petrus Justin Portillo Pedro Ribeiro Matt Risher Scott Shewfelt

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No. 22 7 0 12 11 19 5 20 17 25 16 15 13 21 1 8 10 18 6 3 26 4 9 14 2

Name Sebastian Bahos Ashton Bennett Federico Bertele Robby Joe Daniels Ricky Garbanzo Rosario Harriott Jhamie Hyde Taylor Lemmon Mikey Lightbourne Colby Martin Nick May Sean McCormick Shawn McLaws Kene Onovo Mark Petrus Justin Portillo Pedro Ribeiro Matt Risher Henrik Robstad Kristoffer Snadtroen Scott Shewfelt Kjartan Sigurdsson Tevin Skyers Jakub Stourac Uchenna Uzo

By State/Country

By Class Seniors (5) Sebastian Bahos Ashton Bennett Robby Joe Daniels Sean McCormick Kristoffer Sandtroen

Sophomores (9) Federico Bertele Ricky Garbanzo Taylor Lemmon Colby Martin Nick May Shawn McLaws Henrik Robstad Kjartan Sigurdsson Uchenna Uzo

Freshmen (5)

Rosario Harriott Jhamie Hyde Mikey Lightbourne Tevin Skyers Jakub Stourac

Florida (3) Louisiana (1) Federico Bertele Justin Portillo Mikey Lightbourne Nick May North Carolina (1) Matt Risher Holland (1) Sebastian Bahos Oklahoma (1) Shawn McLaws Kansas (2) South Carolina (2) Taylor Lemmon Ricky Garbanzo Colby Martin Sean McCormick

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Virginia (2) Robby Joe Daniels Mark Petrus Brazil (1) Pedro Ribeiro Canada (1) Scott Shewfelt

Jamaica (4) Ashton Bennett Jhamie Hyde Tevin Skyers Rosario Harriott Nigeria (2) Kene Onovo Uchenna Uzo

Czech Republic (1) Norway (2) Jakub Stourac Henrik Robstad Kristoffer Sandtroen Iceland (1) Kjartan Sigurdsson

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Numerical Roster


Photo Roster

Photo Roster

#0

#1

Federico Bertele | GK

#5

#2

Mark Petrus | GK

Uchenna Uzo | D

#6

Jhamie Hyde | D

Pedro Ribeiro | MF

#15

#12

Ricky Garbanzo | F

#20

#17

Nick May | D/MF

#21

Taylor Lemmon | F

HC Shaun Docking Nine NCAA Appearances

#22

Kene Onovo | F

Shawn McLaws | F/MF

Kyle Russell

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Rosario Harriott | D/MF

#26

Colby Martin | GK

Neal Robinson

Jakub Stourac | F

#19

Matt Risher | F/MF

VAC

Tevin Skyers | F

#14

#25

Sebastian Bahos | F

AC

Justin Portillo | MF

#18

Mikey Lightbourne | D/MF

Kjartan Sigurdsson | D

#9

#13

Robb Joe Daniels | F

#16

Sean McCormick | F

#8

Ashton Bennett | F

#11

#4

Kristoffer Sandtroen | D

#7

Henrik Robstad | D

#10

#3

Scott Shewfelt | GK

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Ashton 2012 Chanticleers

Sr. | Forward | 5-9 Clarendon, Jamaica/ Cincinnati State

• Player of the Year Candidate • • 2012 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Watch List • 2012 Big South Preseason Attacking Player of the Year • 2011 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalist • 2011 NSCAA First Team All-American • 2011 NSCAA First Team All-South Atlantic Region • 2011 Big South Attacking Player of the Year • 2011 First Team All-Big South • 2011-12 Big South Male Student-Athlete of the Year 2011 (Junior): Played in all of Coastal’s 22 games, earning 18 starts ... Named NSCAA First Team All-American after finishing the season as the nation’s leading goal scorer with 23, helping Coastal earn an at-large NCAA tournament bid... M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalist (one of 12) ... Helped Coastal Carolina lead the nation in scoring offense (3.0 goals per game) and total goals (66) ... Ranked first in the NCAA in total points (53) and points per game (2.41)... Named to the NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region First Team... Big South Attacking Player of the Year in addition to being named First Team All-Big South ... Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week (Oct. 24) and named to the Top Drawer National Team of the Week (Sept. 6, Oct. 3, Oct. 24) ... Named to College Soccer News National Team of the Week twice ... Three-time recipient of the Big South Attacking Player of the Week honors (Sept. 7, Oct. 4, Oct. 25) ... Awarded offensive MVP of the CCU Tournament ... Made the VCU All-Tournament Team after scoring three of Coastal’s season-high 10 goals against Richmond ... Strung together six consecutive games with at least one goal, totaling 20 points during that stretch (9g/2a) ... Totaled nine game-winning goals and seven multi-goal games, including a pair of hat tricks ... Season goal total (23) ranks second on the Coastal Carolina all-time list behind Joseph Ngwenya (27) ... Ended the season second in the NCAA with 1.05 goals per game ... 53 total points ranks third in the Coastal annals. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Spent two seasons at Cincinnati State Technical College under head coach Mike Combs ... Registered 25 points on 11 goals and three assists in just 14 games played in his freshman season at Cincinnati State Technical College ... Named to the OCCAC All-Academic Team ... Turned in a team-best 67 points on team-leading 24 goals and 19 assists in 2010... Finished fourth in the nation in points ... Helped the Surge finish the season with a 22-3-0 overall record ... Helped the Surge finish NJCAA Runner-Up after reaching the Division I NJCAA National Championship for the first time in school history ... Played an instrumental role in helping the Surge outscore its opponents 108-24 ... Member of a Surge team that was crowned OCCAC, Region XII and District Champions ... Tabbed as a NJCAA and NSCAA All-American ... Selected to the 2010 Region XII first team ... Named to the 2010 OCCAC first team ... Played for the Portmore United Club Team and was the Premier League Champion in 2008 and the Knockout Champion in 2008 and 2009 ... Named league MVP in 2007 and 2008 and won back-to-back Golden Boot awards ... Was the leading scorer on his high school team ... Set an all-time school scoring record over a five-year period in high school ... Helped lead his high school to the U-16 championship in 2004 ... Also won championships in 1999 and 2000. Year GP-GS Goals 2011 22-18 23 Nine NCAA Appearances

Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 7 53 78 9 1-1 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

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Sebastian

Robby Joe

Sr. | Forward | 5-8 Den Hagg, Holland/Coker

Sr. | Forward | 5-9 Rockville, Va./Patrick Henry HS

2011 (Junior): Saw action in 15 games, appearing in the starting lineup at Winthrop … Recorded nine shots with five coming on goal for a .556 season shots on goal percentage … Launched a season-high two shots in the Chanticleers’ 10-1 rout of Richmond … Logged 427 minutes of action on the season. 2010 (Sophomore): Started in nine of the 20 games in which he appeared ... Finished the season with five points on two goals and one assist ... Scored the game-winning goal for his first career goal in the Chants’ 4-0 win at George Washington (Sept. 17) ... Netted a goal in the following game when the Chants played to a 2-2 draw at Elon (Sept. 19) ... Delivered the game-winning assist for his first career helper in the Chants’ 2-1 double overtime win over Winthrop (Oct. 23). Prior to Coastal Carolina: Spent one season at Coker College and appeared in seven games for the Cobras ... Finished the season with four shots ... Club Experience: Played for the Houston Dynamo Academy Team ... Selected to the all-district first team in 2008 ... Named TASCO All-Region and Texas All-State in 2008 ... Earned district MVP honors ... Tabbed by the Houston Chronicle as one of the top high school players to watch. At Seven Lakes HS: Played one season at Seven Lakes High School ... Finished his junior year with 12 goals and 18 assists ... Suffered an injury as a senior and did not play.

Year GP-GS Goals 2010 20-9 2 2011 15-1 0 Career 35-10 2 Nine NCAA Appearances

Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 1 5 16 1 0-0 0 0 9 0 0-0 1 5 25 1 0-0

2011 (Junior): Appeared in 20 games, drawing six starts ... Netted three goals and one assist to tally seven points on the season ... Attempted 23 shots with 11 falling on frame ... Scored a pair of goals in the Chants’ 10-1 rout of Richmond ... Provided the game-winner in double overtime to lift Coastal to a 2-1 win over No. 16 VCU in the CCU Tournament ... Assisted on TeeJay East’s second half goal at High Point ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 2010 (Sophomore): Started the final nine games of the season after retuning from an injury ... Had two goals and one assist for a total of five points ... Scored his first career goal against Big South regular season champion High Point ... Tallied his first career assists in the Chants’ 1-1 draw at Radford ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Chants’ 1-0 win over VMI in the Big South Tournament quarterfinals ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 2009 (Freshman): Attended Coastal Carolina, but did not participate in the fall season ... Joined team in spring 2010. At Patrick Henry HS: Four-year letterwinner at Patrick Henry High School under head coach Tony Santos ... Finished with 54 career goals ... Scored at least 12 goals in three of his four seasons with the Patriots ... Talled 19 goals as a freshman, nine as a sophomore, 14 as a junior and 12 as a senior ... Was a four-time all-district first team selection ... Named to the academic all-district and all-region teams four times.

Year GP-GS Goals 2010 9-9 2 2011 20-6 3 Career 29-15 5

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Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 1 5 13 1 0-0 1 7 23 1 0-0 2 12 36 2 0-0 10 Big South Tournament Championships


Kristoffer

Sr. | Forward | 6-0 Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Heach HS

Sr. | Defender | 6-1 Tynset, Norway/Bl Norwegian School of Management

2011 (Junior): Made one start and 10 appearances ... Scored one goal and one assist in Coastal’s 10-1 win over Richmond in the VCU tournament ... Attempted three shots ... Tallied one assist. 2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in 13 games and drew one start ... Finished the season with two points on one goal ... Featured five overall shots and four on goal ... Scored the lone Coastal Carolina goal at NC State (Oct. 20). 2009 (Freshman): Drew starts as a forward in seven of the 11 games in which he appeared ... Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team ... Ended the season with seven shots. At Myrtle Beach HS: Served as team captain senior year ... Ranked seventh in SCSHL Group 3A in points scored as a junior with 20 goals and 12 assists ... Earned All-Region honors junior year ... Earned the Myrtle Beach High School Golden Boot Award for leading team in scoring ... Scored seven goals as a sophomore ... Played club soccer for the Coast F.A. and led the team in scoring for three seasons ... National Honor Society member and honor roll student ... Receiving a Provost Scholarship.

Year GP-GS Goals 2009 11-7 0 2010 13-1 1 2011 10-1 1 Career 34-9 2 Nine NCAA Appearances

2011 (Junior): Studied abroad in Norway. 2010 (Sophomore): Started in 20 of 21 appearances ... Paced the Chanticleers and was tied for third in the Big South with seven assists ... Tallied the game-winning assist for his first career helper in the Chants’ 3-0 victory over Howard (Sept. 10) ... Recorded his second assist of the season in a 2-2 draw at Elon (Sept. 180 ... Turned in a career-high two assists, which included the game-winning assist, in the Chants’ 2-1 victory over Presbyterian (Oct. 9) ... Had the game-winning assist in the Chants’ 2-1 win at GardnerWebb (Oct. 16) ... Picked up an assist against Big South regular season champion High Point (Oct. 27) ... Turned in an assist against Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played for Tynset IF and helped his team finish in second place twice in the Norwegian Third Division ... Reached the quarterfinals of the Norway Cup ... Competed with KFUM Oslo and played an instrumental role in leading his team to a fourth-place finish in the Norwegian Second Division ... Played right back at NordOsterdal Videregaende Skole in Norway.

Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 0 0 6 0 0-0 0 2 5 0 0-0 1 3 3 0 0-0 1 5 14 0 0-0

Year GP-GS Goals 2010 21-20 0

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Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 7 7 3 0 0-0 10 Big South Tournament Championships

2012 Chanticleers

Sean


2012 Chanticleers

Ricky

Shawn

So. | Forward | 5-6 Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern HS

So. | Forward/Midfielder | 5-9 Edmond, Okla./Deer Creek HS

• 2011 Big South All-Freshman Team 2011 (Freshman): Drew starts in 19 of 22 games played ... Finished the season ranked fourth on the team in points with 19 (6g/7a)... Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team.... Named CCU Invitational Offensive MVP after scoring two of Coastal’s four goals including the game-tying score against #16 Virginia Commonwealth ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. At Northwestern HS: Four-year letterwinner at Northwestern High School under head coach Dom Wren ... Member of a team that was region, upper state and state champions from 2007-09 ... Helped guide his team to a national championship as a sophomore following a 24-0-0 undefeated record ... Had at least one goal in all three South Carolina State Championship games ... Named all-region as a freshman ... Was an ESPN Rising All-American Honorable Mention as a sophomore ... Tabbed all-state and was the High School Sports Report Player of the Year as a junior ... Named an ESPN Rising All-American as a junior ... Selected to the 2010 NSCAA All-South Team ... Scored 93 goals and 38 assists in his first three years in high school ... Member of the ODP team for South Carolina and Region III in 2008 and 2009 ... Helped lead his club team to the Disney Soccer Showcase Championship in 2009 and 2010 ... His club team was the Region III Premier League East Champion in 2008 and the Region III Champion in 2009 ... Led his club team to a third place showing at the ODP National Championships in Boston, Mass.

Year GP-GS Goals 2011 22-19 6 Nine NCAA Appearances

Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 7 19 43 0 0-0

2011 (Freshman): Played in 20 games, earning 15 starts on the year ... Totaled six assists ,including two on game-winning goals ... Assisted on Pedro Ribeiro’s game-winners against High Point and Campbell ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. At Deer Creek HS: Four-year letterwinner at Deer Creek High School under head coach Zach Stephens ... Scored 10 goals and had four assists as a freshman in leading the Antlers to a 14-4 record and an appearance in the Oklahoma State Semifinals ... Selected as the Deer Creek High School Rookie of the Year ... Tallied 24 goals as a sophomore and was named all-district and the Deer Creek High School Offensive Player of the Year ... Had 24 goals and 10 assists as a junior and again tabbed all-district and the Offensive Player of the Year ... Guided the Antlers to a 16-3 record that season and a District 2 Championship ... Player for the Edmond Soccer Club 93 Team ... Helped lead his team to the 2005 Oklahoma State Championship ... Was an Oklahoma State Finalist in 2006 ... Also played for the Celtic 93 Club Team that was a three-time USYSA State Finalist and a 2010 USYSA Regional Quarterfinalist ... Member of a Celtic 93 team that was the 2009 USYSA ODP National Runner-Up in and Region III Champions in 2009 ... Attended an ODP international tour to Argentina.

Year GP-GS Goals 2011 20-15 0

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Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 6 6 3 0 0-0 10 Big South Tournament Championships


Jr. | Midfielder | 6-3 Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Colegio Magnum Agostiniano

Jr. | Midfielder | 5-5 New Orleans, La./Grace King HS

• aLL-aMERICAN Candidate •

• 2011 First Team All-Big South • 2010 Second Team All-Big South • 2010 Big South All-Freshman Team 2011 (Sophomore): Started each of Coastal’s 22 games ... Finished the season ranked fifth on the team in points (12) with four goals and four assists ... Earned First Team All-Big South honors ... Received the VCU tournament Fair Play Award ... Scored a pair of game-winning goals, first against Elon and a week later against George Washington ... Assisted teammate Ashton Bennett for the game winner over Big South foe Liberty ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 2010 (Freshamn): Started in 19 of 21 appearances ... Named to the All-Big South second team ... Selected to the Big South All-Freshman Team ... Tabbed as the offensive MVP at the Coastal Carolina Invitational ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Coastal Carolina Invitational ... Named to the VCU Classic All-Tournament Team ... Ranked second on the team and was tied for fifth in the Big South with six assists ... Was tied for third on the team with 10 points ... Had the game-winning assist for his first career helper in the Chants’ 1-0 double overtime win over Wofford (Sept. 12) ... Had a career-high three points and his first career goal in the Chants’ 4-0 win at George Washington (Sept. 17) ... Turned in an assist against College of Charleston (Sept. 25) ... Delivered the game-winning assist in the Chant’s 1-0 upset win at No. 19 UNC Wilmington (Sept. 28) ... Scored his second goal of the season in the Chants’ 2-1 win over Presbyterian (Oct. 9) ... Had the game-winning assist in the Chants’ 1-0 double overtime victory against UNC Asheville (Oct. 13) ... Recorded the game-winning assist in a 1-0 win over VMI in the first round of the Big South Tournament (Nov. 11) ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Participated in the Region III ODP from 2006-09 ... Played for Lafreniere Soccer Club ... Part of four Louisiana State Club Championship squads ... Played in the Region III Premier League Finals.

Year GP-GS Goals 2010 21-19 2 2011 22-22 4 Career 43-41 6 Nine NCAA Appearances

Career Statistics

Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 6 10 15 0 0-0 4 12 41 2 1-1 10 22 56 2 1-1

• 2012 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Watch List • 2011 NSCAA Third Team All-American • 2011 NSCAA First Team All-South Atlantic Region • 2011 First Team All-Big South • 2010 Big South All-Freshman Team 2011 (Sophomore): Started all 22 games for the Chanticleers en route to earning NSCAA Third Team All-American honors ... Tabbed All-South Atlantic Region First Team and First Team All-Big South ... Led Coastal with eight assists while finishing second on the team with nine goals ... Made the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (Oct. 17) ... Earned Big South Player of the Week recognition (Nov. 8) ... Recorded two game-winning goals, his first against Gardner-Webb followed by the decisive goal at High Point ... Assisted Ashton Bennett on two game-winners, first at Presbyterian College followed by a 4-3 win over Elon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Was one of five Chanticleers to log more than 1,900 minutes played on the pitch. 2010 (Freshman): Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team ... Paced the Big South Conference with five game-winning goals ... Ranked fifth in the Big South with 51 shots ... Was first on the team and eighth in the Big South with six goals ... Ended the season with a team-high 13 points on six goals and one assist ... Led the team with 51 shots and 19 shots on goal ... Scored two goals, including the game-winner, in the Chants’ 3-0 win over Howard in the Coastal Carolina/Adidas Invitational (Sept. 10) ... Tallied the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win at UNC Wilmington (Sept. 28) ... Had the gamewinning goal in double overtime in the Chants’ 1-0 win over UNC Asheville (Oct. 13) ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Chants’ 2-1 win at Gardner-Webb (Oct. 16) ... Registered the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Gardner-Webb in the first round of the Big South Tournament (Nov. 12) ... Picked up his first career assist in the Chants’ 2-2 draw at Elon (Sept. 19). At Colegio Magnum Agostiniano: Played at Colegio Magnum Agostiniano in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, under head coach Marcelo Vilhena.

Year GP-GS Goals 2010 20-9 6 2011 22-22 9 Career 42-31 15

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Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 1 13 51 5 1-1 8 26 66 2 0-0 9 39 117 7 1-1 10 Big South Tournament Championships

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Kjartan

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So. | Defender | 6-2 Fludir, Iceland/Menntaskolinn v. Suud

So. | Defender | 6-2 Kristiansand, Norway/Kristansand Katedralskole Gimle • 2011 Big South All-Freshman Team 2011 (Freshman): Starter in 21 of 22 games played ... Totaled six points (1g/4a) on the season ... Named to the Big South All-Freshman team ... Lone goal of the season proved to be the eventual game-winner in the Chants’ 2-0 win over UNC Asheville in the first round of the Big South Tournament ... Attempted 18 shots on the season with four falling on frame ... Helped lead the Chanticleer backline that posted seven shutouts ... Made the CCU Tournament and CCU Invitational All-Tournament teams ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played for Vindbjart first team of the Norwegian 2nd Division (third highest national level) from 2009-11... Started 17 games and contributed one goal and three assists with Vindbjart in 2010... Spent the 2006 and 2008 seasons with the Start team of the Norwegian Premier League Academy.

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Assists Points Shots GW PK-Att. 4 6 18 1 0-0

• aLL-aMERICAN Candidate • • 2012 Big South Preseason Defensive Player of the Year • 2012 Top Drawer Soccer Sophomore To Watch • 2011 Big South Freshman of the Year • 2011 First Team All-Big South • 2011 Big South All-Freshman Team 2011 (Freshman): Started in all 22 games as a true freshman ... Named Big South Freshman of the Year ... Tabbed first team All-Big South and Big South All-Freshman teams ... Recorded his first collegiate goal during Coastal’s season-opening game against College Cup runner-up Charlotte ... Helped lead the Coastal backline that allowed only 19 goals in 21 games ... Received CCU Invitational and CCU Tournament AllTournament team honors ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played for Selfoss in the Icelandic highest division in 2010 where he contributed two goals in eight matches ... Played in 23 games for Hamar in 2009, scoring one goal ... Named the Hamar team captain and player of the year ... Played and trained with the Icelandic national team from U16-U19.

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Rosario

So. | Goalkeeper | 5-11 Milano, Italy/North Florida

Fr. | Defender/Midfielder | 6-2 St. Catherine, Jamica/Dinthill Technical HS

At North Florida: 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games between the posts, starting the final 12 matches of the season ... Recorded 51 saves on the season on 89 shots faced for a .573 save percentage ... Tallied a season-high six saves on three occasions. At Seabreeze HS: Four-year letter winner at Seabreeze High School in Daytona Beach ... Led the Sandcrabs to the regional playoffs all four years of high school ... Named the 2010 Player of the Year ... Played club soccer for Apollo, Strikers and the Florida Rush ... Helped the Florida Rush win the State Cup in 2009 and 2010 ... Member of the ODP Interregional All-Star team and the ESPN All-State Team ... Attended the AC Milan camp in Italy ... Graduated with honors.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played club soccer of the prestigious Portmore United FC U21 team – the same club that produced Chanticleers Ashton Bennett and Tevin Skyers ... Selected to join the Jamaican National Team in the spring of 2012.

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jhamie

So. | Forward | 6-2 Lawrence, Kan./Virginia Tech

Fr. | Defender | 5-11 Portmore, Jamaica/Kingston College Prior to Coastal Carolina: Represented the Jamaican National team at U15, U17 and U20 ... While attending Kingston College led the team to an unbeaten season as a freshman to become champion of the U14 competition ... Helped Kingston Academy compile a 36-0-3 record during a three-year stretch ... Tallied five goals, including two game winners, and five assists at Kingston Academy ... Helped Kingston win the U20 knockout completion and U20 league championship.

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At Virginia Tech: 2011 (Sophomore): Played in nine games, starting five as a forward or midfielder ... Had one goal and one assist for three points on the season ... Saw first collegiate action against Cincinnati at the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational ... Earned first career start against Wright State ... Assisted on James Shupp’s goal against NC State during the regular season for first career point ... Scored first career goal at Duke ... Took 10 shots on the season, including a season-high four against No. 21 Virginia. 2010 (Freshman): Redshirted due to medical hardship. At Marantha Academy: Was a three-time first team all-state selection for Marantha Academy ... Scored 87 career goals and was the state leader in goals his junior and senior seasons.

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Federico


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Mikey

Colby

Fr. | Defender/Midfielder | 5-10 Shalimar, Fla./Choctawhatchee HS

So. | Goalkeeper | 6-2 Stilwell, Kan./Johnson County Community College

At Choctawhatchee HS: Named the All Sports Association/Daily News Boys Soccer Player of the Year as a senior … Led the Big Green Indians to a 22-4 record and a second-consecutive state final four appearance in 2011-12 … Scored 25 goals and dished out 27 assists in 2011-12 … Scored two goals and assisted on three others in the 2012 Pensacola Sports Association All-Star Game to earn MVP honors.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended Johnson City Community College, graduated in 2012. At St. Thomas Aquinas HS: Four-year starter and varsity letter winner … Recorded 35 career shutouts and posted a 0.45 goals against average … Four-time Kansas state champion … Led the Saints to a perfect 21-0-0 record and a national championship as a senior … Earned honorable mention All-American, All-Midwest and All-Metro team honors as a senior … Three-time first team All-Eastern Kansas League, all-region and all-state honoree … Member of the Sporting KC MLS Academy team, helping Sporting to five state championships.

Nick

Kene

So. | Defender/Midfielder | 6-2 Oviedo, Fla./North Florida

Jr. | Forward | 6-3 Abuja, Nigeria/Pittsburgh

At North Florida: 2011 (Freshman): Starter in 15 of 16 games played … Attempted 14 shots with two falling on frame for a .143 shots on goal percentage … Recorded a team and season-high four shots vs. Georgia State on Aug. 27. At Oviedo HS: Recorded 17 goals with 6 assists for 40 points as a senior … On Senior Night against Lake Mary High School, recorded a hat trick … Also played tennis and racquetball … Played club soccer with the Florida Rush, helping the team to the Florida State Championship in 2005, 2009 and 2010 … Traveled to Brazil to play youth teams at professional clubs with the Region III Olympic Development Program … Attended a two-week trying at Queens Park Rangers in London in 2010 and trained at Estudiantes in Argentina for several months in 2009 and 2010 … Graduated with honors.

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2011 (Sophomore): Attended Coastal Carolina University, but did not compete in intercollegiate athletics … Scored 10 goals as a forward on the CCU men’s club soccer team. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended the University of Pittsburgh as a freshman, but did not compete in intercollegiate athletics. At Christ the King College: Netted 30 goals playing primarily as a right winger … Led Christ the King College to AMASAF Marists schools championships in 2007 and 2008.

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Matt

Jr. | Goalkeeper | 6-1 Roanoke, Va./George Mason

Jr. | Forward/Midfielder | 6-3 Charlotte, N.C./Marshall

At George Mason: 2011 (Sophomore): Did not see game action during the fall season at George Mason before transferring to Coastal Carolina in the spring. 2010 (Freshman): Made two starts in goal for the Patriots ... Went all 90 minutes against William & Mary suffering a 2-1 loss in net, but recorded a career-high six saves ... Started against Towson and played the first half in net, stopping two of three shots ... Closed the year with a 2.00 goals-against average while saving 72.7 percent of shots attempted on goal.

At Marshall: 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 16 games, making nine starts ... Posted two goals and two assists for six points on the year ... Provided the assist to Tom Jackson for the Thundering Herd’s first win and goal of the season over Michigan State ... Assisted Tom Jackson’s first goal in the 4-0 win over Winthrop ... Scored two goals in the team’s 3-4 quarterfinal loss to SMU at the C-USA tournament ... Named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2010 (Freshman): Saw action in 10 games, drawing one start ... Scored two goals on the season, both coming in Conference USA action ... Tallied his first collegiate goal in dramatic fashion as he headed home the golden-goal in overtime against Memphis to give Marshall a 2-1 win ... Scored the equalizer on a header against UCF. At Marvin Ridge HS: Scored 74 goals and had 40 assists in high school... Was a threetime all-conference and all-region selection... Was all-state twice... Named State Finalist MVP and was conference and regional player of the year as a senior.

Scott

Tevin

Jr. | Goalkeeper | 6-5 London, Ontario/Schoolcraft Community College At Schoolcraft CC: 2011 (Sophomore): Led Schoolcraft to a 20-0-0 record and a MCCAAA championship … Named a NSCAA Junior College All-American … Logged 952 minutes over 12 games in net … Notched 32 saves on 35 shots for a 0.28 goals against average … Finished with a season-best six saves against Cincinnati State Technical Community College. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 18 games between the posts … Recorded 53 saves while surrendering only 14 goals for a 0.82 goals against average.

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Fr. | Forward | 5-10 Spanish Town, Jamaica/Dinthill Technical HS Prior to Coastal Carolina: Scored 38 goals in two seasons at Dinthill Technical to graduate as the program’s all-time leading goal scorer … Found the back of the net a combined 34 times as a freshman and sophomore at McGrath High School … Leading goal scorer and team MVP as a senior … Ranked at the top of his class academically as a junior … Garnered team MVP honors as a freshman at McGrath and Sportsman of the Year honors as a sophomore … Leading goal scorer for the U21 Portmore United F.C.

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Jakub

Uchenna

Fr. | Forward | 6-3 Brno, Czech Republic/Masaryk University Prior to Coastal Carolina: Member of the Czech Republic Nation Team from U16-U19 … Scored 14 goals while earning 34 international caps … Honored as the Top Goal Scorer while with the U16, U17 and U18 National Teams … Named the Top Goal Scorer of the Gdansk Cup international tournament d F.C.

So. | Defender | 5-10 Lagos, Nigeria/Houston Baptist Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended Houston Baptist University, but did not compete in intercollegiate athletics … Member of the U17 Nigerian National Team … Captained the Whitesands School team … Named the Whitesands School Sportsman of the Year … Led Whitesands to the Elite Cup championship.

Support Staff

Cody Bays

Assistant Director for Media Relations Nine NCAA Appearances

Lucius Jordan

Speed, Strength and Conditioning Assistant

Samantha Kost

Associate Athletics Director for Academics

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haun Docking enters his 15th season as the head coach of the Coastal Carolina University’s men’s soccer program. In his tenure, he has led the Chanticleers to a 174-87-25 overall record and a 73-21-7 Big South Conference record. Docking also carries an impressive postseason resume, as he has led Coastal Carolina to seven Big South Regular Season Championships, five Big South Tournament Championships and seven trips to the NCAA Tournament. Overall, he has posted a 194-106-27 record in 16 seasons as a head coach and has earned six Big South Coach of the Year awards at Coastal Carolina. In addition, Docking has coached six NSCAA Division I All-Americans, 23 NCAA All-Region performers, a NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year selection, two NSCAA Academic All-Americans, 50 All-Conference selections, 34 All-Tournament selections, seven Big South Players of the Year, three Freshman of the Year, five Big South Tournament MVP’s, three BSC Scholar-Athletes of the Year, two M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalists and one Howard Bagwell Award winner. Ten of Docking’s former players have entered the pro ranks. Following the 2011 season Cyprian Hedrick was selected in the second round with the 30th overall by Sporting Kansas City. After the 2004 season, Boyzzz Khumalo (2002-04) and Mubarike Chisoni (2001-04) were both drafted in the 2005 MLS draft. Khumalo was draft-

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ed by the Chicago Fire in the third round with the 36th overall pick. Chisoni was taken by the Los Angeles Galaxy in the fourth round as the 48th overall selection. In the spring of 2004, Ngwenya (2000-03) was drafted third in the MLS draft by the L.A. Galaxy and Peter Louis was selected by FC Dallas. In the spring of 2002, Tyler Hughes (1998-2001) and Thomas Rutter (1999-2002), signed pro contracts to play for the Toronto Lynx (A-League) and Wilmington Hammerheads (USLSD), respectively. In 2006 Jordie Hughes (2002-05) signed to play for the Charleston Battery (A-League), while Joseph Kabwe (2004-05) inked with the Charlotte Eagles (USLSD). Luke Ibbetson (2006) signed with the Wilmington Hammerheads in 2007. Mkhokheli Dube, the 2007 Big South Player of the Year, was selected 8th overall by the New England Revolution in the MLS Supplemental Draft. Docking led the Chanticleers to one of the most successful campaigns in program history in 2011. The team finished 16th in the national poll, had an 18-4-0 record, won the Big South regular season championship and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. In addition, Coastal defeated No. 16 VCU and No. 21 Ohio State at home on back-to-back Sunday’s as part of a 16-1-0 run to close out the regular season after falling to eventual national runner-up UNC Charlotte in the season opener. The Chants also celebrated the program’s second-ever NCAA postseason home game with a 4-3

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Head Coach | Akron, 1988 15th season at Coastal Carolina | 174-87-25 17th season overall | 194-106-27 Six-time Big South Coach of the Year (Five at Coastal Carolina) Eight NCAA Tournament Appearances (Seven at Coastal Carolina)

victory over Southern Conference champion Elon to improve to 83-26-8 (.743) all-time at home under Docking. The 2011 team proved to have the most lethal attack in the country as the Chants ranked tops in the NCAA in both scoring offense (3.0 goals per game) and total goals (66). Individually, junior striker Ashton Bennett led the nation in total goals with 23, ranked first in total points with 53 (23g/7a) and second in goals per game with 1.05. On the defensive side of the ball, Docking produced his fourth MLS College/SuperDraft selection as defender Cyprian Hedrick, a NSCAA Scholar All-American, was selected 30th overall by Sporting Kansas City and goalkeeper Scott Angevine finished his career with a Coastal Carolina record-tying 16 career shutouts. Docking led the Chanticleers to a clean sweep of the Big South postseason awards as Bennett was named the Attacking Player of the Year, Hedrick earned Defensive Player of the Year and Kjartan Sigurdsson garnered Freshman of the Year. Luis Faz, Pedro Ribeiro, Scott Angevine and Justin Portillo joined Bennett, Hedrick and Sigurdsson on the first team; while Ricky Garbanzo, Henrik Robstad and Sigurdsson earned All-Freshman team honors. Docking also helped Bennett, who was named one of 12 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalists, and Ribeiro to NSCAA All-American honors. The 2011 season was made possible after laying the groundwork the previous year. Under Docking in 2010 and reached the NCAA College Cup for the eighth time in school history and finished with a 12-8-2 overall record, the most wins in a season since 2004 en route to a second place finish inside the Big South with a 5-2-1 mark. The Chants also turned in a 5-2-0 record at the CCU Soccer Field. The Chanticleers won three-straight games in the Big South Tournament, which included a 3-1 upset win over tournament host and top-seeded High Point in the championship game to earn the sixth berth in the NCAA College Cup under Docking. Coastal nearly reached the second round of the tournament, but a late comeback by No. 24 Duke lifted the Blue Devils to a 2-1 come-frombehind win over Coastal. The Chants led 1-0 after 75 minutes of play, but Duke netted a pair of goals over a seven-minute span on the way to the win. Docking helped land five Chanticleers on the All-Big South Postseason Teams and watched as senior defender Ross Kelly was tabbed as the Big South Tournament MVP after helping anchor a Coastal backline that allowed just one goal over the course of the tournament. Docking led the 2009 Chanticleers to an unbeaten season in the Big South Conference for the second time in his career, guiding Coastal to its fourth Big South Regular Season Championship with a 5-0-3 record, while earning a 9-2-7 mark overall. Highlighting the season was a 13game, two-month unbeaten streak from Sept. 13-Nov. 12. In addition, Docking coached senior Djamel Bekka, who was his fifth Big South Player of the Year. Coastal earned the first seed in the tournament, but fell short


Chanticleer Coaches Docking with 2004 third overall MLS SuperDraft selection Joesph Ngwenya.

in the semifinals after falling in penalty kicks to fourthseeded Winthrop. In 2008, Docking guided Coastal Carolina to a 1010-1 record and a 5-2-1 ledger in Big South action. The Chants earned the second seed in the Big South Tournament, only to fall to Winthrop 4-3 in the double-overtime heartbreaker championship game. In 2007, Docking led the Chants to a 10-8-1 record and a perfect 6-0 record in the Big South to earn his fifth Big South Coach of the Year honor and fifth Big South Regular season championship. Docking led the 2006 Chants to an 11-7-2 overall record and a 5-2 mark in league action. Coastal Carolina earned the No. 2 seed in the Big South Tournament and advanced to the semifinal round. Coastal Carolina posted a 6-1-1 record at the friendly confines of the CCU Soccer Field, including a perfect 4-0 slate against league foes. The Chanticleers claimed the Big South Tournament championship for the fourth time in five years to make its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance in 2005. In 2004, Docking’s squad won the Big South Tournament to claim a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In 2003, Docking led the Chants to their best season ever, posting a school-best 20-3-0 record. The squad won both the regular season and Big South Tournament titles. The team also recorded 14 shutouts, also a school record. The Chants rode a 13-game winning streak into the third round of the NCAA Tournament, the furthest the team has ever gone. The season also saw the culmination of Joseph Ngwenya’s collegiate career after earning countless conference, regional and national honors and setting eight single-season and career records. Docking’s 2002 squad finished with a then-school-record 19-3-2 mark. The team also earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year, this time going as an at-large team. After defeating South Carolina in the opening round in Columbia, the Chants lost in the second round on penalty kicks at Clemson. Docking was named the Big South Coach of the Year and also laid claim to Nine NCAA Appearances

coaching the Big South Player of the Year, Ngwenya. In 2001 as the Chanticleers won their sixth Big South crown and made their third trip to a NCAA Tournament. Coastal completed the season with a 10-8-3 overall record and a 3-2-2 mark in league play. In the opening round of the NCAA tournament, Coastal Carolina fell 2-1 to Seton Hall despite outshooting the Pirates and playing much of the game on Seton Hall’s end of the field. Docking took over a struggling Coastal Carolina program in 1998 and led his first Chants squad to a 7-9-2 record. The resurgence of the soccer program at Coastal Carolina was put into high gear in 1999 as the Dockingled Chanticleers went 12-4-1 and placed second in the league. In 2000, Docking earned his second Coach of the Year honor as his Coastal squad went 11-5-1 and captured the Big South’s regular season championship. Docking, a native of Southampton, England, came to Coastal Carolina after serving as the head coach at Charleston Southern University for two seasons. Following a 4-14-1 record in 1996, the 1997 Charleston Southern squad posted a 16-5-1 record and earned the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. Docking, who was voted the Big South Coach of the Year, also coached five players to the Big South’s All-Conference team. Prior to joining the staff at Charleston Southern, Docking served the 1995 season as an assistant coach at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. From 1988-95, Docking served as the assistant coach at the University of Richmond (Virginia), helping the Spiders to a No. 17 national ranking in 1991 and the 1990 NCAA Tournament. Docking received his master’s degree in sports management from the University of Richmond in 1990. Docking is a 1988 graduate of the University of Akron with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. While playing for the Zips, he helped Akron to a No. 3 national

ranking in 1987 and a NCAA Division I second-place finish in the 1986 National Championships. Following his collegiate career, Docking played four seasons with the USISL’s Richmond Kickers from 19921995. As an assistant coach, he helped the Kickers win the 1995 USISL National Championship and the 1995 Open Cup National Championship. In addition to his professional and collegiate coaching experience, Docking is also active in the Olympic Development Program. He served as South Carolina’s Director of Coaching from 1996-1999 and as a Region I and Region III ODP Staff Coach. Docking has also served as a State Coach in South Carolina, Ohio and Virginia. He holds the USSF A License, a NSCAA Advanced National diploma and is active in teaching the USSF and NSCAA State Licensing courses in South Carolina. Docking was also head coach of the U.S. Youth Soccer Association Olympic Development Program’s Region III boy’s soccer program, where he oversaw the entire regional program, including the hiring of age-group coaches, evaluation of players for national consideration and overall instruction of the teams. He also supervises all camps and training sessions for the Southeast region, one of four ODP Regional programs in the U.S. Docking also serves as the Head Coach for the Region III ODP U15 Team. He also serves on two important committees: The Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy Award Committee, which selects collegiate soccer’s National Player of the Year, and the NSCAA National Ranking Committee. Docking and his wife Jennifer welcomed their first child, Ivor, in November 2011.

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Season Title Overall Big South

1984-88 Richmond Assistant Coach — 1995 VCU Assistant Coach — 1996 Charleston Southern Head Coach 4-14-1 1997 Charleston Southern Head Coach 16-5-1 1998 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 7-9-2 1999 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 12-4-1 2000 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 11-5-1 2001 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 10-8-3 2002 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 19-2-3 2003 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 20-3-0 2004 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 14-8-1 2005 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 11-9-1 2006 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 11-7-2 2007 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 10-8-1 2008 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 10-10-1 2009 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 9-2-7 2010 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 12-8-2 2011 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 18-4-0 14 seasons at Coastal Carolina 174-87-25 16 seasons overall 194-106-27 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Championship/NCAA Appearance

— — — — 1-5-1 (8th) — 5-2-0 (2nd) Tournament/NCAA 1st Rd. 3-3-0 (4th) — 6-1-0 (2nd) Regular Season 5-2-0 (1st) Regular Season 3-2-2 (2nd) Tournament/NCAA 1st Rd. 6-1-0 (1st) Regular Season/NCAA 2nd Rd. 6-1-0 (1st) Regular Season & Tournament/NCAA 3rd Rd. 4-3-0 (2nd) Tournament/NCAA 1st Rd. 5-2-0 (3rd) Tournament/NCAA 1st Rd. 5-2-0 (2nd) — 6-0-0 (1st) Regular Season 5-2-1 (2nd) — 5-0-3 (1st) Regular Season 5-2-1 (2nd) Tournament/NCAA 1st Rd. 9-0-0 (1st) Regular Season/NCAA 2nd Rd. 73-21-7 7 Regular Season & 5 Tournament/7 NCAA 79-28-8 7 Regular Season & 6 Tournament/8 NCAA

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yle Russell was promoted to assistant coach on Shaun Docking’s staff prior to the 2010 season after serving as a student volunteer assistant in 2009. Russell’s primary responsibilities include recruiting, scouting, game-day preparation, video analysis and the coordination of the Chanticleers’ defensive unit. During Russell’s time at Coastal Carolina, the Chants have posted an overall record of 30-12-2 (.693), including a 14-2-1 (.852) mark in league play, while also securing two Big South titles – one regular season (2011) and one tournament (2010) – and as many trips to the NCAA Tournament. In 2011 the Chanticleers posted one of the most successful campaigns in program history. The team finished 16th in the national poll, had an 18-4-0 record, won the Big South regular season championship and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. In addition, Coastal defeated No. 16 VCU and No. 21 Ohio State at home on back-to-back Sundays as part of a 16-1-0 run to close out the regular season after falling to eventual national runner-up UNC Charlotte in the season opener. The Chants also celebrated the program’s second-ever NCAA postseason home game with a 4-3 victory over Southern Conference champion Elon. On the defensive side of the ball, defender Cyprian Hedrick, a NSCAA Scholar All-American, was selected

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30th overall by Sporting Kansas City and goalkeeper Scott Angevine finished his career with a Coastal Carolina record-tying 16 career shutouts. The 2011 team also proved to have the most lethal attack in the country as the Chants ranked tops in the NCAA in both scoring offense (3.0 goals per game) and total goals (66). Individually, junior striker Ashton Bennett led the nation in total goals with 23, ranked first in total points with 53 (23g/7a) and second in goals per game with 1.05. Russell helped the Chanticleers to a clean sweep of the Big South postseason awards as Bennett was named the Attacking Player of the Year, Hedrick earned Defensive Player of the Year and defender Kjartan Sigurdsson garnered Freshman of the Year. Luis Faz, Pedro Ribeiro, Angevine and Justin Portillo joined Bennett, Hedrick and Sigurdsson on the first team; while Ricky Garbanzo, Henrik Robstad and Sigurdsson earned All-Freshman team honors. Russell’s arrival in Conway paid immediate dividends as the Chanticleers won the 2010 Big South Tournament and reached the NCAA Tournament for the eighth time in school history. Coastal finished the year with an overall record of 12-8-2 and won the most games in a season since the 2004 team finished with 14 wins. The Chants turned in eight shutouts during the course of the year and allowed just one team from the Big South to score more than one goal in any single game.

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Assistant Coach | Coastal Carolina, 2009 Third season at Coastal Carolina

The Chants steamrolled through the Big South Tournament posted wins over VMI, Gardner-Webb and tournament host and top-seeded High Point. Coastal nearly upset Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but a late comeback by the Blue Devils thwarted the upset bid. Russell helped five Chanticleers earned All-Big South honors, which included first team selections Ross Kelly and Alex Russell. Kelly was also named the 2010 Big South Tournament MVP after anchoring a Chanticleer backline that allowed just one goal during the tournament. Coastal keeper Scott Angevine and freshman midfielder Justin Portillo were tabbed to the All-Big South second team, while Pedro Ribeiro and Portillo made the All-Freshman Team. Russell began his coaching career in 2009 while serving as student volunteer assistant coach on Docking’s staff. He helped the Chants win the Big South regular season title and post and unbeaten mark in conference play for just the fourth time in school history. Russel has also coached a U-15 boy’s team in Myrtle Beach and has held several other coaching assignments since embarking on his coaching career. A four-year defender for the Chants from 2005-08, Russell drew 74 starts in the 78 games in which he appeared and currently ranks ninth all-time at Coastal in games played and eighth in games started. Russell proved to be a mainstay on the back line and anchored one of the top defensive units in the Big South in each of his four seasons on the pitch. In fact, Russell and the Coastal defense recorded a total of 21 shutouts over a four-year span and never ranked worse than third in the Big South in that category. That same defense finished fourth or better in goals against average in three of his four seasons and limited opponents to just a total of 27 goals during the 2006 season. A native of South Elgin, Ill., Russell played an instrumental role in helping Coastal win one Big South regular season championship, one Big South Tournament championship and make one NCAA Tournament appearance. The Chanticleers posted a 42-26-1 overall record and a 20-6-1 conference record with Russell on the back line. Individually, Russell was named All-Big South on three different occasions and was tabbed to the Big South All-Tournament team three times. He went on to participate in the Major League Soccer Combine during the summer of 2009 and the United Soccer League combine in 2010. Upon graduation, Russell played professionally with the Charleston Battery, Real Maryland and Charlotte Eagles of the USL. Russell graduated from Coastal Carolina in 2009 with a degree in business management.


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Volunteer Assistant Coach | Coastal Carolina, 1997 Second season at Coastal Carolina

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eal Robinson joined Shaun Docking’s staff as a volunteer assistant goalkeeping coach prior to the 2011 season. Under the tutelage of Robinson, Scott Angevine turned in one of best seasons between the pipes in Chanticleer history in 2011. Angevine recorded five shutouts to tie Robinson atop the Coastal Carolina career list with 16. In addition, Angevine finished the season with 62 saves over 1,950 minutes while surrendering only 22 goals to post a .738 save percentage en route to first team All-Big South and NSCA All-South Atlantic Region second team honors. Prior joining Docking’s staff, Robinson spent time on the sidelines at both Socastee and Myrtle Beach high schools. In addition, Robinson has coached youth select club teams in the Myrtle Beach area. A four-year starter in goal for the Chanticleers from

1993-96, Robinson started each contest of his 69-game career and compiled a 40-26-3 record. Robinson’s 69 matches played and started are both Chanticleer career records. In 1995 Robinson led the Paul Banta-coached Chants to a 17-5-0 record, which included Big South regular season and tournament championships along with the program’s second-ever NCAA Tournament berth. The 1995 season also saw Robinson garner second team AllBig South and All-Tournament honors after pacing the conference with a 0.96 goals against average. In addition to his games played and games started records, Robinson tops the CCU career annals for minutes (6,190), shutouts (16) and saves (282). He also ranks in numerous single season categories including fourth in minutes played (1,866 in 1995), seventh in saves (78 in 1996), eighth in saves (77 in 1995), eighth in goals

against average (0.96 in 1995) and eighth in shutouts (six in both 1994 and 1995). Robinson was inducted into the Coastal Carolina George F. “Buddy” Sasser Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 15, 2005. After his playing days at Coastal, Robinson went on to play professionally with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs in the Second Division of the United Soccer Leagues. Originally from Nantwich, England, Robinson graduated from Coastal Carolina in 1997 with a degree in business administration. Robinson and his wife Maryanne reside in Myrtle Beach. He has three stepchildren: Brittany, Christopher and Giorgio Picora.

Student Assistant Coach | Coastal Carolina, 2011 First season at Coastal Carolina

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acob Downey enters his first season as a student assistant coach where he assists head coach Shaun Docking with every aspect of the program. Downey, a central midfielder for the Chanticleers from 2009-2011, helped Coastal to an impressive 3914-9 overall, Big South regular season championships in 2009 and 2011, a Big South tournament title in 2010 and back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances (20102011). Downey’s coaching career received an unfortunate start after suffering a career-ending injury in the 13th game of his senior season. Despite the disappointment of not being able to play, Downey transitioned to the role of a student coach and vocally led the team from the sidelines. For his career, Downey appeared in 47 games, making 14 starts and recorded seven shots. His work in the Nine NCAA Appearances

midfield helped the Chants finish with the Big South’s top defensive statistics in both 2010 and 2011. Originally from College Station, Texas, Downey graduated from Coastal Carolina in December 2011 with a degree in accounting. He is currently pursuing a MBA in accounting.

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships


CCU Soccer Field

CCU SOCCER FIELD

The Coastal Carolina University men’s soccer team has called the CCU Soccer Field home since the 2002 season. The Chanticleers opened the field with a 2-0 win over IPFW on Sept. 6, 2002, in the first game of the CCU/adidas Invitational. In 2003, the field was the site of the first-ever NCAA championship tournament game hosted by Coastal Carolina University — a 3-0 dismantling of No. 22 Davidson in the first round of the 2003 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament. The complex was the site of to the Chants’ 4-3 win over Elon in the first round of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament. The CCU Soccer Field features a full-size, natural grass pitch with bleacher seating for 1,500 on the East side of the complex. A press box and new scoreboard were installed in 2004 . In 2011 KwikGoal Pro Premiere World Competition Goals and Elite Team Shelters were installed. The CCU Soccer Field provides a distinct home field advantage for the Chants as the program is 59-19-5 all-time at home.

Nine NCAA Appearances

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Coastal Carolina’s Home Record at CCU Soccer Field

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total

W L T Pct. 7 0 0 1.000 9 0 0 1.000 3 3 0 .500 4 3 1 .562 6 1 1 .812 5 4 0 .555 7 4 0 .636 4 0 3 .785 5 2 0 .714 9 2 0 .818 59 19 5 .740

10 Big South Tournament Championships


Big South Conference

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has

matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each studentathlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The 2012-13 academic year features the Big South’s largest membership (12) and sponsored sports (19) in its 29 years of existence. The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 16 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during his tenure, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball, softball and men’s soccer for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s

vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and oversaw the additions of men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997. The Conference’s 19th championship sport -- women’s lacrosse, begins play this season with eight members. At the same time, Kallander has solidified Conference membership, as an all-time high 12 member institutions comprise the 29-year old League. Recent additions include High Point, Gardner-Webb, Presbyterian College and Longwood, plus the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live video streaming event in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 700 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, has had more than 280 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship seven times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, has had six NFL Draft picks, and has had two institutions finish in the top 10 in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships -- including the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event (fifth in 2007). In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four out of the last eight years -- including a national seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s Sam Chelanga win two NCAA National Championships (cross country, 10,000-meter run); Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reach the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. In 2010-11, Chelanga won two more NCAA National Championships (cross country, outdoor 5,000-meter run), the Big South had its first automatic bid recipient in

football (Coastal Carolina), UNC Asheville reached the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Coastal Carolina’s women’s golf team was the first in Conference history to advance to the NCAA Championship out of Regional play, and a League-record 18 baseball players were drafted in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. This past season, the Big South had a record 41 student-athletes earn All-America distinction, while another 10 were named Academic All-Americans. The Conference also won its first football playoff game (Stony Brook), had the national women’s basketball Rookie Coach of the Year, had two men’s soccer teams reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in a decade (Coastal Carolina, Liberty), and had a record five individuals selected for the NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals -- the most of any Division I conference in 2011-12. In addition, Liberty was the first men’s golf team in Conference history to win an NCAA Regional, and the Flames went on to finish 10th at the national event. Several former Big South student-athletes have also reached national prominence in recent years. Coastal Carolina’s Amber Campbell made the U.S. Olympic Team in 2008 and 2012, and was one of five former Big South athletes to compete in the 2008 Games; VMI’s Reggie Williams reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors in 2010, UNC Asheville’s Ty Wigginton was named an American League All-Star in 2010, and Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson has won six PGA Tour events since departing the Big South Conference in 2007. Three former Big South baseball players made their major league debuts in 2012, while Avery Warley became the third Big South women’s basketball player to play in the WNBA. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 100 Academic All-Americans in its 28 years of existence. Furthermore, the Big South has recorded double figure totals in NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last three years.

Big South Conference

7233 Pineville-Matthews Road, Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28226 704-341-7990 Fax: 704-341-7991 www.BigSouthSports.com

Kyle Kallander

Commissioner

Nine NCAA Appearances

Mark Simpson

Assistant CommissionerPublic Relations

Nic Bowman Assistant DirectorPublic Relations

Mark Bryant

Coordinator of New Media

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships


Ashton Bennett • NSCAA First Team All-American • M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalist (1 of 12) • NSCAA All-South Atlantic Regiona First Team • Big South Attacking Player of the Year • First Team All-Big South • Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week Oct. 24 • 3x Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week Sept. 6, Oct. 3, Oct. 24 • 2x College Soccer News National Team of the Week • 3x Big South Attacking Player of the Week Sept. 7, Oct. 4, Oct. 25 •VCU All-Tournament team •CCU All-Tournament team Cyprian Hedrick • Drafted 30th overall by Sporting Kansas City • First Team NSCAA Scholar All-American • NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region First team • Big South Defensive Player of the Year • First Team All-Big South • College Soccer News National Team of the Week Sept. 12 • Big South Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 27 • VCU All-Tournament team • CCU All-Tournament team Pedro Ribeiro • NSCAA Third Team All-American • NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region First Team • First Team All-Big South • Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week Oct. 17 • Big South Attacking Player of the Week Nov. 8 Scott Angevine • NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region Second Team • First Team All-Big South • Big South Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 13, Oct. 18 • VCU All-Tournament team Luis Faz • First Team All-Big South • VCU All-Tournament team • CCU Invitational All-Tournament team Kjartan Sigurdsson • Big South Freshman of the Year • First Team All-Big South • Big South All-Freshman Team • CCU All-Tournament team • CCU Invitational All-Tournament team Justin Portillo • First Team All-Big South •VCU Tournament Fair Play Award Ricky Garbanzo • Big South All-Freshman Team Henrik Robstad • Big South All-Freshman Team • CCU All-Tournament Team • CCU Invitational All-Tournament Team

Nine NCAA Appearances

2011 IN Review

NCAA Tournament Participants • Coastal Carolina made its second consecutive and ninth overall NCAA Tournament appearance in 2011. The Chanticleers earned an at-large berth after compiling a 17-3 regular season record. • The Chanticleers hosted and defeated Southern Conference champion Elon 3-2 in front of 582 fans at the CCU Soccer Field. • The Chanticleers took top-seeded and eventual national champion North Carolina to the brink of elimination in the second round, but ultimately fell 3-2. Coastal scored first in the match and twice held a one goal lead as Ashton Bennett and TeeJay East recorded goals. 2011 Big South Regular Season Champions • Coastal earned its 10th Big South regular season championship after tallying a perfect 9-0 conference mark. National Scoring Champions • Coastal Carolina finished the season with the NCAA’s most lethal attack. The Chanticleers ranked tops in the nation in both scoring offense (3.0 goals per game) and total goals (66 total goals). • Individually, Ashton Bennett ranked first in the NCAA with 23 total goals, first in total points (53.0) and first in points per game (2.41). Bennett finished the season ranked second in goals per game with 1.05. Nationally Respected • Coastal Carolina garnered national attention for its impressive play on the field. The Chanticleers ranked as high as ninth in numerous national polls during the season before finishing the season ranked 16th in the final NSCAA poll, the official poll recognized by the NCAA. • Ashton Bennett earned first team NSCAA All-American honors as Pedro Ribeiro garnered third team plaudits. Cyprian Hedrick was named to the 2011 NSCAA Men’s Collegiate Scholar All-American first team. The Big South’s Finest • Not only has Coastal Carolina been the Big South’s most successful program (10 regular season titles/10 Tournament titles), but the Chants ‘4-3 victory over Elon in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship was the first win for a Big South member institution since the 2003 squad defeated North Carolina (3-0) before ultimately falling to Santa Clara 2-3 in the third round of the tournament. 2-2 vs. Ranked Opponents • Coastal Carolina finished the regular season with two wins over top 25 programs at home. After falling to then No. 23 UNC Charlotte in its season opener, Coastal outlasted No. 16 VCU 2-1 in double overtime and dismantled No. 21 Ohio State 2-0 on back-to-back Sundays in September. The Chanticleers closed the season with a 3-2 loss to No. 1 North Carolina in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Shoot, Score and Repeat • Coastal Carolina led the NCAA in scoring with a whopping 66 goals this season (eight more than their closest competitor), when compared to the 29-goal output from last season’s NCAA qualifying team. • The Chanticleers also led the nation with 3.00 goals per game - 0.60 better than second ranked Old Dominion’s 2.40 scoring average. Chanticleers Sweep Big South Awards • Head coach Shaun Docking was named Big South Coach of the Year, Ashton Bennett received Attacking Player of the Year, the Defensive Player of the Year went to Cyprian Hedrick and 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Coastal Carolina in the Final National Rankings Team (Top 200 ranked)

Scoring Offense Total Goals Team Goals Against Average Shutout Percentage Won-Lost-Tied Percentage Save Percentage Saves Per Game

Individual (Top 150 ranked)

Points Per Game Total Points Goals Per Game Total Goals Assists Per Game Total Assists Goals Against Average Save Pct (150 ranked) Total Saves (150 ranked)

Ashton Bennett Pedro Ribeiro TeeJay East Ashton Bennett Pedro Ribeiro TeeJay East Ricky Garbanzo Ashton Bennett Pedro Ribeiro TeeJay East Ashton Bennett Pedro Ribeiro TeeJay East Ricky Garbanzo Pedro Ribeiro Ashton Bennett Ricky Garbanzo Pedro Ribeiro Ricky Garbanzo Ashton Bennett Perdo Ribeiro Justin Portillo Scott Angevine Scott Angevine Scott Angevine

1 1 54 74 5 98 165

3.00 66.0 0.99 0.32 0.818 0.756 3.09

1 49 89 1 31 80 98 2 85 86 1 49 72 136 21 99 99 21 47 47 137 137 63 134 115

2.41 1.18 1.0 53.0 26.0 20.0 19.0 1.05 0.41 0.4 23.0 9.0 8.0 6.0 0.36 0.32 0.32 8.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 5.0 1.04 0.738 62.0

Kjartan Sigurdsson was named Freshman of the Year. Joining Bennett, Hedrick and Sigurdsson on the first team were Pedro Ribeiro, Luis Faz, Justin Portillo and Scott Angevine. In addition to Sigurdsson, Ricky Garbanzo and Henrik Robstad were named to the All-Freshman team. Hedrick was also named to the Big South All-Academic Team. Bennett On The Attack • Ashton Bennett, a NSCAA First Team All-American, led the NCAA with 23 goals this season. His closest competitor, Akron’s Darren Mattocks, had 21. Bennett also ranked second in the country with 1.05 goal per game • Bennett garnered national attention for his play this year earning Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week, three Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week and two College Soccer News National Team of the Week honors. Angevine - A Stalwart in Goal • Goalkeeper Scott Angevine ranks 63rd in the NCAA with a stellar 1.04 goal against average. The senior recorded five clean sheets in 2011 to bring his career total to 16 and into a tie with Chris Malinky (1997-2000) and Neal Robinson (1993-96) for the most all-time in the Chanticleer annals. 10 Big South Tournament Championships

2011 Season Review

2011 Honors


2011 Season Review

2011 Individual Statistics

Overall Record: 18-4-0 Big South Record: 9-0-0 Home: 9-2-0 Away: 6-1-0 Neutral: 3-1-0

## Name GP-GS Minutes Goals 9 BENNETT, Ashton 22-18 1522 23 15 RIBEIRO, Pedro 22-22 1918 9 16 EAST, TeeJay 20-17 885 8 20 GARBANZO, Ricky 22-19 1272 6 8 PORTILLO, Justin 22-22 1913 4 5 HEDRICK, Cyprian 22-22 1990 5 7 DANIELS, Robby Joe 20-6 801 3 6 ROBSTAD, Henrik 22-21 1487 1 19 MCLAWS, Shawn 20-15 1076 0 4 SIGURDSSON, Kjartan 22-22 1932 1 26 SCHMOKER, Jordan 13-3 438 1 11 MCCORMICK, Sean 10-1 177 1 14 MUKOFSKY, Leo 18-6 1031 0 22 ANTHONY, Noah 8-2 230 1 25 SCHMOKER, Adam 7-1 173 0 21 FAZ, Luis 22-22 1883 0 27 BAHOS, Sebastian 15-1 427 0 18 SCHWARTZ, Jordan 13-0 234 0 2 DOWNEY, Jacob 13-0 271 0 99 MORGAN, Montrell 4-0 88 0 17 JOHANSEN, Even 10-0 218 0 1 ANGEVINE, Scott 22-22 1905 0 Total............... 22 21871 66 Opponents........... 22 - 22 ## Name GP-GS Minutes Goals Against 99 MORGAN, Montrell 4-0 87:47 0 1 ANGEVINE, Scott 22-22 1905:31 22 TM TEAM 0:00 0 Total............... 22 1993:18 22 Opponents........... 22 1993:18 66 Team Saves: 2

Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. YC-RC GW PK-ATT 7 53 78 .295 35 .449 1-0 9 1-1 8 26 66 .136 26 .394 4-0 2 0-0 4 20 32 .250 17 .531 1-0 2 0-0 7 19 43 .140 22 .512 2-0 0 0-0 4 12 41 .098 20 .488 5-0 2 1-1 1 11 19 .263 7 .368 2-0 0 0-0 1 7 23 .130 11 .478 1-0 1 0-0 4 6 18 .056 4 .222 2-0 1 0-0 6 6 3 .000 2 .667 1-0 0 0-0 1 3 17 .059 5 .294 0-0 0 0-0 1 3 7 .143 5 .714 0-0 0 0-0 1 3 3 .333 1 .333 2-0 0 0-0 3 3 9 .000 2 .222 1-0 0 0-0 0 2 3 .333 1 .333 0-0 0 0-0 2 2 1 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 1 1 10 .000 3 .300 4-0 0 0-0 0 0 9 .000 5 .556 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1-0 0 0-0 51 183 386 .171 170 .440 30-0 18 2-2 18 62 218 .101 90 .413 45-1 4 4-6 Avg. Saves Pct. 0.00 4 1.000 1.04 62 .738 0.00 2 1.000 0.99 68 .756 2.98 104 .612

GOALS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 25 6

2nd OT OT2 Total 40 0 1 66 16 0 0 22

SHOTS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 190 90

2nd OT OT2 Total 194 1 1 386 126 0 2 218

SAVES BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 28 52

2nd OT OT2 Total 38 0 2 68 52 0 0 104

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 53 26

2nd OT OT2 Total 60 1 1 115 54 1 0 81

FOULS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 145 132

2nd OT OT2 Total 136 4 0 285 126 1 0 259

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

Wins Losses Ties Shutouts 0 0 0 0 18 4 0 5 0 0 0 2 18 4 0 7 4 18 0 1

COASTAL OPP 4955 3144 11/450 7/449 4/119

Ashton Bennett’s 23 goals, including a pair of hat tricks, led the NCAA.

Nine NCAA Appearances

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships


Date Opponent WL Score Overall Conf Attend Goals Scored Aug 29, 2011 #23 CHARLOTTE L 1-2 0-1-0 0-0-0 211 SIGURDSSON, Kjartan (PORTILLO, Justin) # Sep 02, 2011 vs Elon W 2-1 1-1-0 0-0-0 38 BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) PORTILLO, Justin (unassisted) # Sep 04, 2011 vs Richmond W 10-1 2-1-0 0-0-0 78 BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) EAST, TeeJay (HEDRICK, Cyprian) BENNETT, Ashton (RIBEIRO, Pedro) RIBEIRO, Pedro (MUKOFSKY, Leo) GARBANZO, Ricky (MUKOFSKY, Leo) PORTILLO, Justin (unassisted) BENNETT, Ashton (MCCORMICK, Sean) DANIELS, Robby Joe (RIBEIRO, Pedro) DANIELS, Robby Joe (SCHMOKER, Adam) MCCORMICK, Sean (unassisted) ^ Sep 09, 2011 GEORGE WASHINGTON W 2-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 459 PORTILLO, Justin (penalty kick) GARBANZO, Ricky (ROBSTAD, Henrik) ^ Sep 11, 2011 #16 VCU W O2 2-1 4-1-0 0-0-0 421 GARBANZO, Ricky (BENNETT, Ashton) DANIELS, Robby Joe (BENNETT, Ashton) % Sep 16, 2011 APPALACHIAN STATE L 0-1 4-2-0 0-0-0 460 % Sep 18, 2011 #21 OHIO STATE W 2-0 5-2-0 0-0-0 407 BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) * Sep 23, 2011 GARDNER-WEBB W 3-1 6-2-0 1-0-0 404 HEDRICK, Cyprian (SCHMOKER, Jordan) RIBEIRO, Pedro (EAST, TeeJay) EAST, TeeJay (MCLAWS, Shawn) * Oct 2, 2011 LIBERTY W 3-1 7-2-0 2-0-0 417 BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) BENNETT, Ashton (PORTILLO, Justin) BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) Oct 05, 2011 at Coll. of Charleston W 3-2 8-2-0 2-0-0 648 BENNETT, Ashton (GARBANZO, Ricky) BENNETT, Ashton (ROBSTAD, Henrik) EAST, TeeJay (GARBANZO, Ricky;PORTILLO, Justin) * Oct 09, 2011 RADFORD W 4-1 9-2-0 3-0-0 407 EAST, TeeJay (BENNETT, Ashton) BENNETT, Ashton (FAZ, Luis) HEDRICK, Cyprian (GARBANZO, Ricky) EAST, TeeJay (MCLAWS, Shawn) * Oct 12, 2011 at High Point W 2-0 10-2-0 4-0-0 712 RIBEIRO, Pedro (MCLAWS, Shawn) EAST, TeeJay (DANIELS, Robby Joe) * Oct 15, 2011 at UNC Asheville W 3-0 11-2-0 5-0-0 321 BENNETT, Ashton (unassisted) RIBEIRO, Pedro (unassisted) BENNETT, Ashton (ROBSTAD, Henrik) Oct 18, 2011 at Wofford W 2-1 12-2-0 5-0-0 89 GARBANZO, Ricky (ROBSTAD, Henrik) BENNETT, Ashton (penalty kick) * Oct 21, 2011 VMI W 4-1 13-2-0 6-0-0 425 HEDRICK, Cyprian (BENNETT, Ashton) BENNETT, Ashton (GARBANZO, Ricky) ANTHONY, Noah (BENNETT, Ashton;PORTILLO, Justin) TEAM (unassisted) * Oct 29, 2011 at Winthrop W 6-0 14-2-0 7-0-0 213 TEAM (unassisted) RIBEIRO, Pedro (unassisted) BENNETT, Ashton (GARBANZO, Ricky) BENNETT, Ashton (RIBEIRO, Pedro) HEDRICK, Cyprian (SIGURDSSON;GARBANZO) SCHMOKER, Jordan (EAST, TeeJay) * Nov 02, 2011 at Presbyterian W 3-0 15-2-0 8-0-0 107 BENNETT, Ashton (RIBEIRO, Pedro) PORTILLO, Justin (unassisted) RIBEIRO, Pedro (EAST, TeeJay) * Nov 05, 2011 CAMPBELL W 5-1 16-2-0 9-0-0 762 RIBEIRO, Pedro (MUKOFSKY, Leo) BENNETT, Ashton (MCLAWS, Shawn) BENNETT, Ashton (RIBEIRO, Pedro) RIBEIRO, Pedro (BENNETT, Ashton) GARBANZO, Ricky (EAST, TeeJay) ! Nov 10, 2011 vs UNC Asheville W 2-0 17-2-0 9-0-0 195 ROBSTAD, Henrik (SCHMOKER, Adam) TEAM (unassisted) ! Nov 11, 2011 vs Liberty L 1-2 17-3-0 9-0-0 165 RIBEIRO, Pedro (unassisted) $ Nov 17, 2011 ELON W 4-3 18-3-0 9-0-0 582 GARBANZO, Ricky (MCLAWS, Shawn) EAST, TeeJay (RIBEIRO, Predo; GARBANZO, Ricky) HEDRICK, Cyprian (unassisted) BENNETT, Ashton (RIBEIRO, Predo; MCLAWS, Shawn) $ Nov 20, 2011 at #1 North Carolina L 2-3 18-4-0 9-0-0 1054 BENNETT, Ashton (RIBEIRO, Pedro) EAST, TeeJay (BENNETT, Ashton) CAPS - Home match at CCU Soccer Field # - Richmond Marriott Classic (Richmond, Va.) ^ - CCU Invitational (Conway, S.C.) % - CCU Tournament (Conway, S.C.) * - Big South Conference match ! - Big South Tournament (Boiling Springs, N.C.) $ - NCAA Tournament

TEAM RECORD W-L-T Overall: 18-4-0 Conference: 9-0-0 Home: 9-2-0 Away: 6-1-0 Neutral: 3-1-0 Overtime: 1-0-0 Nine NCAA Appearances

Attendance Dates Total Average Total: 22 8575 390 Home: 11 4955 450 Away: 7 3144 449 Neutral: 4 476 119

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships

2011 Season Review

2011 Game-By-Game Statistics


2011 Season Review

2011 Big South Review

BIG SOUTH OVERALL TEAM STANDINGS W-L-T PCT. PTS W-L-T PCT. Home Road Neutral Coastal Carolina* 9-0-0 1.000 27 18-4-0 .818 9-2-0 6-1-0 3-1-0 Gardner-Webb 5-3-1 .611 16 9-8-4 .524 5-2-1 2-5-1 2-1-2 Campbell 5-4-0 .556 15 9-9-2 .500 4-3-1 3-5-1 2-1-0 Liberty^ 4-4-1 .500 13 11-6-3 .625 5-1-1 5-5-1 1-0-1 Radford 4-4-1 .500 13 9-8-2 .526 4-1-1 3-7-0 2-0-1 High Point 4-4-1 .500 13 9-9-3 .500 6-5-0 2-3-3 1-1-0 Winthrop 4-5-0 .444 12 7-12-0 .368 4-4-0 3-7-0 0-1-0 UNC Asheville 3-5-1 .389 10 4-12-3 .289 2-3-2 2-6-1 0-3-0 Presbyterian College 3-6-0 .333 9 3-14-0 .176 3-5-0 0-9-0 0-0-0 VMI 1-7-1 .167 4 1-15-2 .111 1-6-1 0-8-9 0-1-0 *- Big South Regular Season Champions ^- Big South Tournament Champion 2011 Big South Awards

All-Freshman Team

Shaun Docking, Coastal Carolina

Ricky Garbanzo, Coastal Carolina Henrick Robstad, Coastal Carolina Kjartan Sigurdsson, Coastal Carolina Denzel Clark, Gardner-Webb Eric Yeager, Gardner-Webb Josh Pacella, Liberty Scott Sutarik, Liberty Jonathan Ray, Campbell Jhuvon Francis, Campbell Dario Redondo, Radford Melo Matutu, Winthrop Grady Tremble, Winthrop

Scholar-Athlete of the Year

All-Academic Team

Attacking Player of the Year

Ashton Bennett, F, Coastal Carolina

Defensive Player of the Year

Cyprian Hedrick, D, Coastal Carolina

Freshman of the Year

Kjartan Sigurdsson, D, Coastal Carolina

Coach of the Year

Shawn Sloan, High Point

First Team All-Conference

F - Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina F - Darren Amoo, Liberty F - Iyiola Awosika, Radford MF - Mitchell Cardenas, Campbell MF - Luis Faz, Coastal Carolina MF - Shawn Sloan, High Point MF - Phillip Aseweh, Liberty D - Cyprian Hedrick, Coastal Carolina D - Pedro Ribeiro, Coastal Carolina D - Jon Ole Reinhardsen, GWU D - Uriah Bentick, Liberty GK - Scott Angevine, Coastal Carolina T-AL - Kjartan Sigurdsson, Coastal Carolina T-AL - Justin Portillo, Coastal Carolina

Second Team All-Conference

F - Chris Davis, Gardner-Webb F - Karo Okiomah, High Point F - Bryan Bartels, UNC Asheville MF - Justin Franz, Campbell MF - John Sargent, Gardner-Webb MF - Adam Sewell, High Point MF - Luis Grande, Radford D - Travis Golden, Campbell D - Jovan Ivanovich, Gardner-Webb D - Fejiro Okiomah, High Point D - Alex Isern, Winthrop GK - Lassi Hurskainen, UNC Asheville AL - Aldo Macias, Radford Nine NCAA Appearances

2011 Weekly Honors Attacking Players of the Week

Aug. 29 - Luis Grande, Radford Sept. 7 - Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina Sept. 13 - Brian Gwanzura, Radford Sept. 20 - Phillip Aseweh, Liberty and John Sargent, Gardner-Webb Sept. 27 - Iyiola Awosika, Radford Oct. 4 - Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina Oct. 11 - TeeJay East, Coastal Carolina Oct. 18 - Iyiola Awosika, Radford Oct. 25 - Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina Nov. 1 - Mitchell Cardenas, Campbell Nov. 8 - Pedro Ribeiro, Coastal Carolina

Defensive Players of the Week

Shawn Sloan, High Point Matt Horn, Winthrop Bobby Keskey, Presbyterian College Ryan Taylor, Radford Phillip Aseweh, Liberty J.J. Morrow, UNC Asheville Cyprian Hedrick, Coastal Carolina Ethan Hall, Campbell Kyle Farmer, VMI Chris Davis, Gardner-Webb

Aug. 29 - Michael Chesler, High Point Sept. 7 - Michael Chesler, High Point Sept. 13 - Scott Angevine, Coastal Carolina Sept. 20 - Uriah Bentick, Liberty Sept. 27 - Cyprian Hedrick, Coastal Carolina Oct. 4 - Lassi Hurskainen, UNC Asheville Oct. 11 - Lassi Hurskainen, UNC Asheville Oct. 18 - Scott Angevine, Coastal Carolina Oct. 25 - Jon Ole Reinhardsen, Gardner-Webb Nov. 1 - Aldo Macias, Radford Nov. 8 - Scott Sutarik, Liberty

2011 BIG SOUTH MEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP Nov. 10,11 & 13 Boiling Springs, N.C. (Greene-Harbison Stadium)

Thursday, Nov. 10 - Quarterfinals #4 Liberty 0, #5 Radford 0 (LU advanced 5-4 PKs) #1 Coastal Carolina 2, #8 UNC Asheville 0 #6 High Point 3, #3 Campbell 1 #2 Gardner-Webb 2, #7 Winthrop 1 Friday, Nov. 11 - Semifinals #4 Liberty 2, #1 Coastal Carolina 1 #2 Gardner-Webb 0, #6 High Point 0 (GWU advances 4-3 PKs) Sunday, Nov. 13 - Championship #4 Liberty 3, #2 Gardner-Webb 1

All-Tournament Team Chris Phillips, Liberty (MVP) Juan F. Nino, Liberty Greg White, Liberty Scott Sutarik, Liberty Scott Krotee, Gardner-Webb Eric Asanin-Miroux, Gardner-Webb Jon Ole Reinhardsen, Gardner-webb Adam Sewell, High Point Karo Okiomah, High Point Pedro Ribeiro, Coastal Carolina Kjartan Sigurdsson, Coastal Carolina Alex Isern, Winthrop Mitchell Cardenas, Campbell Lassi Hurskainan, UNC Asheville Aldo Macias, Radford

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships


Chanticleer All-Americans Guy Norcott, Coastal Carolina’s first ever All-American, earned third team honors following the 1992 season. He led the Chanticleers to their first ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 1992 where the Chants shutout in-state rival South Carolina before falling to Davidson in a shootout after a 0-0 draw. Norcott was named Coastal’s first Big South Player of the Year in 1990. He finished his career a three-time all-conference selection (1989, 1990 and 1992) and a two-time Big South All-Tournament team member. Norcott started all 75 games of his career while recording 10 goals and seven assists for 27 points.

Joseph Ngwenya • 2002 & 2003 All-American • Forward Joseph Ngwenya is Coastal Carolina’s only two-time All-American earning second team honors in 2002 and first team honors in 2003. In addition, Ngwenya was named a CoSIDA Academic-America in 2003 for his outstanding work in the classroom. Ngwenya, a member of the Coastal Carolina Sasser Hall of Fame, is arguably the best soccer player to ever play in the Big South Conference as he earned Big South Player of the Year honors in 2002 and 2003. In 2002 Ngwenya led the nation with 27 goals scored. He directed the Chants to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a third round run in 2003. Ngwenya finished his career with 66 goals, 32 assist and 164 points.

Boyzzz Khumalo • 2003 All-American • Forward Boyzzz Khumalo earned third team NSCAA All-America honors after leading Coastal with 16 assists during the 2003 season. Khumalo closed out his career in 2004 with 56 points (15g, 26a). He is tied for fourth all-time in the CCU annals with 26 assists despite playing only two seasons. Khumalo helped the Chants to the NCAA Tournament in both of his seasons, including school and conference-best third round run in 2003.

Mubarike Chisoni • 2003 All-American • Midfielder Mubarike Chisoni earned third team All-American honors from the NSCAA in 2003. Chisoni was a three-time All-Big South first team selection, earning the honor in 2002, 2003 and 2004. He concluded his career ranked ninth on the Chanticleer all-time list with 78 total points as he netted 27 goals and assisted on 24 others during his four-year career.

Ashton Bennett • 2011 All-American • Forward Ashton Bennett was named Coastal’s second first team All-American by the NSCAA in 2011. Bennett led the NCAA in scoring with 23 total goals. In addition, he finished second in the country with a 1.05 goals per game average. He was named the Big South Attacking Player of the Year, first team all-conference and first team AllSouth Atlantic Region. He garnered national attention for his play in 2011 earning Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week, three Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week and two College Soccer News National Team of the Week honors.

Pedro Ribeiro • 2011 All-American • Midfielder Pedro Ribeiro earned third team All-American honors from the NSCAA in 2011. Ribeiro finished the season with nine goals and eight assist to tally 26 points. He helped the Chanticleers to a perfect 9-0 Big South regular season mark and an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. Ribeiro was also honored as a first team allconference and first team All-South Atlantic Region selection.

Nine NCAA Appearances

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships

History & Records

GUY NORCOTT • 1992 All-American • Defender


History & Records

Chanticleers IN THE PROFESSIONAL RANKS

Scott Angevine

Cyprian hedrick

Joseph Anderson

Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS) draftee........................2010

Scott Angevine

Sporting Kansas City (MLS).....................................2012

Lochlan Cahill

Australian National Team (U17 World Cup)..............2003 Wollongong FC (Australian 2nd Division)................2008 Blacktown City FC (Australian 2nd Division)...... 2009-10

Mubarike Chisoni

L.A. Galaky (MLS)....................................................2006 Portland Timbers (MLS)..........................................2006

Kheli Dube

Zimbabwe National Team . .....................................2006 New England Revolution (MLS)......................... 2008-11

Cyprian Hedrick

Sporting Kansas City (MLS).....................................2012

Jordie Hughes

Charleston Battery (USL)................................... 2006-08

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Kheli Dube

Boyzzz Khumalo

Tyler Hughes

Canadian Junior National Team...............................2001 Wilmington Hammerheads.....................................2002 Canadian National Team..........................................2003 Toronto Lynx (USL)............................................ 2003-04 Osters IF (Sweden)............................................ 2005-08

Luke Ibbetson

Wilmington hammerheads (USL)............................2007 Great Britain National Team....................................2007 West Virginia Chaos (USL) - head coach...................2008

Joseph Kabwe

Charlotte Eagles (USL)....................................... 2006-08 Carolina Railhawks (USL).................................. 2009-10

Boyzzz Khumalo

Chicago Fire (MLS)..................................................2005 Charleston Battery (USL).........................................2005 Wilmington Hammerheads (USL)...........................2006 Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USL).................................2007 D.C. United (MLS).............................................. 2008-09

Peter Louis

F.C. Dallas (MLS) draftee..........................................2006 Mikkelin Palloilijat (Finland 2nd Division)......... 2007-08 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Joseph Ngwenya

Joseph Ngwenya

L.A. Galaxy (MLS).............................................. 2004-06 Columbus Crew (MLS)....................................... 2006-07 Houston Dynamo (MLS)..........................................2007 Zimbabwe National Team........................................2008 SK Austria K채rnten (Bundesliga).............................2008 Bayern Munich (Bundesliga)...................................2008 Antalyaspor (Turkish Premiere)...............................2009 Houston Dynamo (MLS)..........................................2010 D.C. United (MLS)....................................................2011

Patrick Robertson

Harrisburg City Islanders (USL)................................2008 Juan Aurich (Peru 1st Division)................................2008 Bayamon FC (Puerto Rico).......................................2009 Puerto Rico Islanders (USL).....................................2010 Atlanta Silverbacks (USL)........................................2011

Kyle Russell

MLS Combine..........................................................2009 Charleston Battery (USL).........................................2009 Real Maryland (USL)...............................................2009

Thomas Rutter

Great Britain University National Team....................2001 Wilmington Hammerheads (USL)..................... 2004-06 10 Big South Tournament Championships


TEAM

All-Time Honors

Big South Regular Season Champions (10) Shaun Docking..............................................................................2011 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2009 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2007 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2003 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2002 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2000 Shaun Docking..............................................................................1999 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1989 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1987 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1986 Big South Tournament Champions (10) Shaun Docking..............................................................................2010 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2005 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2004 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2003 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2001 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1995 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1990 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1989 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1987 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1986 NSCAA Academic All-American Team (6) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010, 2011

History & Records

NCAA Tournament Appearances (9) Shaun Docking..............................................................................2011 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2010 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2005 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2004 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2003 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2002 Shaun Docking..............................................................................2001 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1995 Paul Banta.....................................................................................1992

The Chants celebrate after defeating Winthrop in overtime to earn a bid to the 2005 NCAA Tournament.

INDIVIDUAL

Soccer America National Player of the Year (1) Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003

CSTV All-American (1) Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003

Soccer Times National Player of the Year (1) Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003

CoSIDA Academic All-American (2) Kevin Van Den Berg.......................................................................2006 Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003

M.A.C Hermann Trophy Ashton Bennett (Semifinalist | 1 of 12))........................................2011 Joseph Ngwenya (Finalist | 1 of 3).................................................2003 NSCAA All-American (7) Ashton Bennett (First Team)..........................................................2011 Pedro Ribeiro (Third Team)............................................................2011 Joseph Ngwenya (First Team)........................................................2003 Mubarike Chisoni (Third Team)......................................................2003 Boyzzz Khumalo (Third Team).......................................................2003 Joseph Ngwenya (Second Team)...................................................2002 Guy Norcott (Third Team)..............................................................1992

2003 Soccer America and Soccer Times National Player of the Year Joseph Ngwenya heads in the eventual game -winner against North Carolina during the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Nine NCAA Appearances

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

CoSIDA Academic All-District (6) Kevin Van Den Berg (Second Team)...............................................2007 Kevin Van Den Berg (First Team)....................................................2006 Jordie Hughes (First Team)............................................................2005 Jordie Hughes (Second Team).......................................................2003 Joseph Ngwenya (First Team)........................................................2003 Tobin Whitmarsh...........................................................................2001 NSCAA Scholar All-American (5) Cyprian Hedrick (First Team)..........................................................2011 Jordie Hughes (Third Team)...........................................................2005 Joseph Kabwe (Third Team)...........................................................2005 Chris Moore...................................................................................2003 Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003 NSCAA All-Region (29) Ashton Bennett.............................................................................2011 Cyprian Hedrick.............................................................................2011 Pedro Ribeiro................................................................................2011 Scott Angevine..............................................................................2011 Djamel Bekka................................................................................2009 Alex Russell.........................................................................2009, 2010 Robert Hunter...............................................................................2008 Kyle Russell...................................................................................2008 Mkhokheli Dube............................................................................2006 Jordie Hughes...............................................................................2005 Joseph Kabwe...............................................................................2005 Mubarike Chisoni......................................................2004, 2003, 2002 Boyzzz Khumalo..................................................................2004, 2003 Joseph Ngwenya.................................................................2003, 2002 Mike Littlefield..............................................................................2002 Thomas Rutter..............................................................................2002 Tyler Hughes.......................................................................2001, 2000 Neil Payne...........................................................................1995, 1994 Guy Norcott...................................................................................1990 Reggie Pierre-Jerome....................................................................1990 Dean Herritty................................................................................1989 Hilmar Arnason.............................................................................1987 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson.....................................................1987, 1986 Claud Huggins...............................................................................1986 Graham Rowlands.........................................................................1989

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All-Time Individual Big South Honors All Sports Big South Male Athlete of the Year (1) Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003

History & Records

Big South Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year^ (1) Chris Malinky................................................................................1999 Big South Select Scholar Award (1) Steven Godden..............................................................................1999 Big South Coach of the Year (8) Shaun Docking.......................................2011, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000 Paul Banta.................................................................1989, 1987, 1986 Big South Player of the Year (9) Ashton Bennett (attacking)...........................................................2011 Cyprian Hedrick (defensive)...........................................................2011 Djamel Bekka................................................................................2009 Mkhokheli Dube............................................................................2007 Joseph Ngwenya.................................................................2003, 2002 Mario Benjamin............................................................................1999 Eric Schmitt...................................................................................1992 Guy Norcott...................................................................................1990 Big South Rookie/Freshman of the Year (4) Kjartan Sigurdsson........................................................................2011 Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2000 Thomas Rutter..............................................................................1999 Matthew Rennie...........................................................................1995 Big South Men’s Soccer Scholar Athlete of the Year (3) Kevin Van Den Berg.......................................................................2007 Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003 Chris Malinky................................................................................1999 Big South All-Academic (15) Cyprian Hedrick.............................................................................2011 Alex Russell...................................................................................2010 Robert Hunter...............................................................................2009 Kevin Van Den Berg.............................................................2007, 2006 Jordie Hughes.....................................................................2005, 2004 Joseph Ngwenya.................................................................2003, 2002 Tyler Hughes.......................................................................2001, 2000 Chris Malinky......................................................................1999, 1998 Jason Garrett.................................................................................1997 Jeremy Eason................................................................................1996 Big South All-Conference First Team (85) Ashton Bennett.............................................................................2011 Cyprian Hedrick.............................................................................2011 Pedro Ribeiro................................................................................2011 Scott Angevine....................................................................2009, 2011 Luis Faz.........................................................................................2011 Kjartan Sigurdsson........................................................................2011 Justin Portillo................................................................................2011 Ross Kelly......................................................................................2010 Alex Russell.........................................................................2009, 2010 Djamel Bekka................................................................................2009 Robert Hunter...............................................................................2008 Kyle Russell.........................................................................2008, 2007 Mkhokheli Dube..................................................................2007, 2006 Kevin Van Den Berg.......................................................................2007 Jordie Hughes...........................................................2005, 2004, 2003 Peter Louis....................................................................................2005 Mubarike Chisoni......................................................2004, 2003, 2002 Dario Grassini................................................................................2004 Boyzzz Khumalo..................................................................2004, 2003 Itayi Pondwa.......................................................................2004, 2003 Chris Moore.........................................................................2003, 2002 Joseph Ngwenya.......................................................2003, 2002, 2000 Mike Littlefield..............................................................................2002 Thomas Rutter....................................................................2002, 2000 Aaron Sanders...............................................................................2002 Tobin Whitmarsh................................................................ 2001, 2002 Tyler Hughes.............................................................2001, 2000, 1999 Mario Benjamin...................................................................2000,1999 Steven Godden..............................................................................1999 Gerrard Jones......................................................................1999, 1994 Stuart Riddle.................................................................................1998 Jeremy Eason......................................................................1996, 1995 Ryan Walker........................................................................1996, 1995 Barry Hope....................................................................................1995 Neil Payne...........................................................................1995, 1993 Matthew Rennie...........................................................................1995 Brett Looker..................................................................................1993 Guy Norcott...............................................................1992, 1990, 1989 Eric Schmittt.................................................................................1992 Davor Seric..........................................................................1992, 1991 Nine NCAA Appearances

Mkhokheli Dube accepts his award after being tabbed the 2007 Big South Player of the Year.

Ludvic Bragason............................................................................1990 Sveinn Palsson..............................................................................1990 Reggie Pierre-Jerome....................................................................1990 Hilmar Arnason.........................................................1989, 1988, 1987 Dean Herritty................................................................................1989 Graham Rowlands.........................................................................1989 Claud Huggins...........................................................1988, 1986, 1985 Stephan Peturson..........................................................................1987 David Skulason....................................................................1987, 1986 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson...........................................1987, 1986, 1985 Julius Thorfinnson.........................................................................1987 Patrick Nolan.................................................................................1986 Tony Forde.....................................................................................1985 Big South All-Conference Second Team (27) Scott Angevine..............................................................................2010 Justin Portillo................................................................................2010 Matt Schroeder.............................................................................2009 James Stapleton............................................................................2009 Ross Kelly......................................................................................2008 Djamel Bekka................................................................................2007 Luke Ibbetson...............................................................................2006 Pat Robertson...............................................................................2006 Lachlan Cahill................................................................................2005 Joseph Kabwe...............................................................................2005 Andrew Paxton.............................................................................2003 Bobby Crovo........................................................................2001, 1999 Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2001 Chris Malinky......................................................................2000, 1999 Tobin Whitmarsh.......................................................................... 2000 Thomas Rutter..............................................................................1999 Steven Godden..............................................................................1998 Tyler Hughes.................................................................................1998 Jake Kurey.....................................................................................1998 Brandon Bleakley..........................................................................1997 Stuart Riddle.................................................................................1997 Gerrard Jones................................................................................1995 Neal Robinson...............................................................................1995 David Backman.............................................................................1994 Neil Payne.....................................................................................1994 Big South All-Freshman Team (16) Kjartan Sigurdsson........................................................................2011 Ricky Garbanzo.............................................................................2011 Henrik Robstad.............................................................................2011 Justin Portillo................................................................................2010 Pedro Ribeiro................................................................................2010 Luis Faz.........................................................................................2009 Shawn McCormick.........................................................................2009 Carlos Recines...............................................................................2008 Kelly Porter...................................................................................2007 Matt Schroeder.............................................................................2007 Jack Belanger................................................................................2006 Konner McGee...............................................................................2006 Kyle Russell...................................................................................2005 Brad Stisser...................................................................................2005 Aaron Weant.................................................................................2004 Mark Lenahan...............................................................................2003 Big South Tournament MVP (10) Ross Kelly......................................................................................2010 Joseph Kabwe...............................................................................2005 Ross Kelly......................................................................................2010 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Boyzzz Khumalo............................................................................2004 Joseph Ngwenya...........................................................................2003 Tyler Hughes.................................................................................2001 Neil Payne.....................................................................................1995 Rob Williams.................................................................................1990 Dean Herritty................................................................................1989 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson...............................................................1987 Claud Huggins...............................................................................1986 Big South All-Tournament (74) Pedro Ribeiro................................................................................2011 Kjartan Sigurdsson........................................................................2011 Joe Anderson................................................................................2010 Scott Angevine....................................................................2009, 2010 Alex Russell.........................................................................2009, 2010 Robert Hunter...............................................................................2008 Ross Kelly............................................................................2008, 2010 Kyle Russell...............................................................2008, 2007, 2005 Dane Whitman..............................................................................2007 Mkhokheli Dube............................................................................2006 Tim Shaw......................................................................................2006 Jordie Hughes...........................................................2005, 2004, 2003 Joseph Kabwe...............................................................................2005 Patrick Robertson..........................................................................2005 Mumba Chisoni.............................................................................2004 Boyzzz Khumalo............................................................................2004 Dario Grassini......................................................................2004, 2003 Chris Moore.........................................................................2003, 2002 Joseph Ngwenya.................................................................2003, 2001 Randy Owen..................................................................................2002 Thomas Rutter..............................................................................2002 Tyler Hughes.................................................................................2001 Charlie Roberts..............................................................................2001 Tobin Whitmarsh...........................................................................2001 Steven Godden..............................................................................1999 Matt Groves...................................................................................1998 Jeremy Eason......................................................................1996, 1995 Sigurjon Hakonarson.....................................................................1995 Barry Hope....................................................................................1995 Gerrard Jones......................................................................1995, 1994 Ross Moore....................................................................................1995 Neil Payne.....................................................................................1995 Matthew Rennie...........................................................................1995 Neal Robinson...............................................................................1995 Ryan Walker..................................................................................1995 Mauricio Araya..............................................................................1990 Ulfnar Helgason............................................................................1990 Brett Looker..................................................................................1990 Guy Norcott.........................................................................1990, 1989 Reggie Pierre-Jerome....................................................................1990 Davor Seric....................................................................................1990 Rob Williams.................................................................................1990 Dean Herritty................................................................................1989 Sveinn Palsson..............................................................................1989 Graham Rowlands.........................................................................1989 Eric Schmitt...................................................................................1989 David Skulason................................................ 1989, 1987, 1986, 1985 Hilmar Arnason.............................................................................1987 Claud Huggins.....................................................................1987, 1986 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson................................. 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984 Karl Hjalmarsson...........................................................................1986 Patrick Nolan.................................................................................1986 Tony Forde.....................................................................................1985 Cesar Mendez................................................................................1984

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SHOTS 1. 53 vs. Armstrong State................................11-10-86 2. 52 vs. Armstrong State................................10-14-86 3. 33 vs. Augusta.............................................10-19-87 4. 32 at Presbyterian.........................................11-2-11 5. 31 vs. Mercer.................................................9-19-86 31 at Birmingham Southern.......................11-16-03 7. 30 vs. Charleston Southern.........................10-25-95 30 vs. VMI...................................................10-21-11 9. 28 vs. Tennessee............................................10-4-86 28 vs. VMI...................................................10-11-03 GOALS 1. 14 vs. Presbyterian.............................................1980 2. 11 vs. USC Aiken............................................9-27-95 11 vs. UNC Asheville......................................9-16-92 11 vs. USC Aiken..............................................9-9-89 11 vs. Armstrong State................................11-10-86 11 vs. Armstrong State................................10-14-86 7. 10 vs. Augusta...............................................9-18-89 10 vs. Richmond..............................................9-4-11 9. 8 vs. Anderson...............................................9-1-04

8 vs. Winthrop...........................................11-14-03 8 vs. Milligan.................................................9-8-99 8 vs. East Carolina.....................................10-21-95 8 vs. Baptist (CSU).......................................9-12-90 ASSISTS 1. 14 vs. Armstrong State................................11-10-86 14 vs. Armstrong State................................10-14-86 3. 11 vs. Anderson...............................................9-1-04 11 vs. USC Aiken............................................9-27-95 5. 9 vs. Charleston Southern.........................10-25-95 9 vs. East Carolina.....................................10-21-95 9 vs. The Citadel..........................................9-16-87 8. 8 vs. Stetson..................................................9-8-06 9. 7 vs. Pembroke State...................................10-4-95 7 vs. Presbyterian.............................................1980 7 vs. Liberty..............................................10-19-03 7 vs. Richmond..............................................9-4-11 POINTS (g/a) 1. 36 vs. Armstrong State (11/14)...................11-10-86 36 vs. Armstrong State (11/14)...................10-14-86

3. 33 vs. USC Aiken (11/11)...............................9-27-95 4. 28 vs. Presbyterian (14/n/a)...............................1980 5. 27 vs. Anderson (8/11)....................................9-1-04 27 vs. Richmond (10/7)...................................9-4-11 7. 25 vs. East Carolina (8/9).............................10-21-95 8. 23 vs. The Citadel (7/9).................................9-16-87 9. 22 vs. Winthrop (8/6)..................................11-14-03 22 vs. UNC Asheville (11/n/a)........................9-16-92 22 vs. USC Aiken (11/n/a)...............................9-9-89 SAVES 1. 21 at South Carolina...........................................1978 2. 14 vs. Baptist (CSU).......................................9-30-86 3. 13 vs. Appalachian State.............................10-17-87 4. 12 vs. Cal State Fullerton...............................9-23-07 12 vs. UNC Greensboro..................................11-4-94 12 vs. West Virginia.......................................10-1-94 12 vs. USC Spartanburg...............................10-24-87 12 at Maryland...............................................9-5-87 9. 11 at UNC Asheville.......................................10-4-97 11 vs. Central Florida.....................................9-30-94 11 at Emory....................................................9-7-86

Single Game individual Records SHOTS 1. 9 Andrew Donnery .............................vs. USC Aiken 9-27-95 2. 8 Jordie Hughes . ................................... vs. Radford 10-4-05 8 Joseph Ngwenya .........................vs. East Carolina 10-16-02 8 Jacob Kurey ....................................... at Winthrop 10-21-98 8 Gudjon Gudjonsson ..................................vs. Elon 11-1-97 8 Ryan Walker .........................vs. USC Spartanburg 9-18-96 8 Ryan Walker ....................vs. Charleston Southern 10-25-95 8 Pedro Ribeiro.........................................vs. Liberty 11-11-11 9. 7 16 times GOALS 1. 5 Andrew Donnery .............................vs. USC Aiken 9-27-95 5 Brian Knoess . .................................. vs. Newberry 1978 3. 4 Mario Benjamin . ................................vs. Milligan 9-8-99 4 Stuart Riddle ...................................vs. Methodist 9-9-98 4 David Skulason .......................at Armstrong State 11-10-86 4 Claud Huggins .....................................at Augusta 10-29-86 7. 3 18 times - last Ashton Bennett vs. LU (10-2-11) ASSISTS 1. 4 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson . ....................at Augusta 10-29-86 2. 3 Mkhokheli Dube .........................vs. North Floirda 11-3-07 3 Robert Holstein ............vs. Birmingham Southern 10-21-06

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Joseph Kabwe ......................................vs. Liberty 11-5-05 Boyzzz Khumalo ............................. vs. High Point 11-3-04 Boyzzz Khumalo ...............................vs. Louisville 9-12-04 Jordie Hughes..................................... vs. Harvard 9-10-04 Boyzz Khumalo.................................vs. Anderson 9-01-04 Joseph Ngwenya.........................vs. Georgia State 9-03-00 Thomas Rutter . .............................. vs. Limestone 9-10-99 Ryan Walker ....................................vs. USC Aiken 9-27-95 Neil Payne ........................................vs. Campbell 9-10-94 Gerrard Jones ............................vs. UNC Asheville 10-8-94 David Skulason ........................... vs. Baptist (CSU) 9-30-86 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson . .......at Armstrong State 10-14-86 Anton Jakobson . .......................vs. UNC Asheville 10-18-86 David Skulason .......................at Armstrong State 11-10-86

POINTS (g/a) 1. 11 David Skulason (4/3) .............. vs. Armstong State 11-10-86 2. 10 Andrew Donnery (5/0) ....................vs. USC Aiken 9-27-95 10 Brian Knoess (5/0) . .......................... at Newberry 1978 4. 9 Mario Benjamin . ................................vs. Milligan 9-8-99 9 S. Sveinbjornsson (3/3) .......... vs. Armstong State 10-14-86 6. 8 Mubarike Chisoni (3/2) . ...................vs. Anderson 9-1-04 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

8 8 8 9. 7 7 7 7

Stuart Riddle (4/0) ..........................vs. Methodist 9-9-98 Julius Thorfinsson . ........................ vs. The Citadel 9-16-87 Claud Huggins (4/0) ............................at Augusta 10-29-86 Jordie Hughes (3/1) . ...................... vs. High Point 11-3-04 Mubarike Chisoni (3/1) . ...................vs. Louisville 9-12-04 Joseph Ngwenya (3/1) ................vs. East Carolina 10-16-02 Stefan Peturson (3/1) ............vs. Armstrong State 10-14-86

SAVES 1. 21 Joe Gallagher ............................at South Carolina 1978 2. 14 Patrick Nolan .............................. vs. Baptist (CSU) 9-30-86 3. 13 Kristjan Agustsson . ............ vs. Appalachian State 10-17-87 4. 12 Phillip Latham ....................vs. Cal State Fullerton 9-23-07 12 Paul Rosciani ......................... vs. UNC Greensboro 11-4-94 12 Kristjan Agustsson . ..............vs. USC Spartanburg 10-24-87 7. 11 Daniel Mask . ..............................at UNC Asheville 10-4-97 11 Patrick Nolan ..........................................at Emory 9-7-86 9. 10 six times

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History & Records

Single Game team Records


History & Records

Single season teams Records

GOALS 1. 80 23 games......................................................1984 2. 76 22 games......................................................1989 3. 73 22 games......................................................1995 4. 72 23 games......................................................2003 5. 67 24 games......................................................2002 67 21 games......................................................1986 7. 66 22 games......................................................2011 8. 63 19 games......................................................1992 9. 59 21 games......................................................1987 10. 52 23 games......................................................2004 52 23 games......................................................1985 ASSISTS 1. 86 22 games......................................................1989 2. 76 22 games......................................................1995 3. 66 21 games......................................................1986 4. 66 23 games......................................................1984 5. 65 23 games......................................................2003 6. 59 19 games......................................................1992 7. 57 23 games......................................................1985 8. 54 21 games......................................................1987 9. 53 23 games......................................................2004 10. 50 22 games......................................................2002 MATCHES PLAYED 1. 24 Joseph Ngwenya.................2002 24 six other times 8. 23 18 times MATCHES STARTED 1. 24 Joseph Ngwenya.................2002 24 five other times........................... 7. 23 Mubarike Chisoni................2003 23 Chris Moore.........................2003 23 Johnny Ji.............................2003 23 Anthony Forde....................1985 23 Claude Huggins...................1985 23 David Skulason...................1985 23 Adrian Winter......................1985 23 Don Pokorny.......................1984 23 Gregory Sambrano..............1984 SHOTS 1. 108 Joseph Ngwenya.................2002 2. 94 Claud Huggins.....................1986 3. 89 Claud Huggins.....................1985 4. 86 Joseph Ngwenya.................2003 5. 84 Mark Berger........................1984 6. 83 Randy Owen.......................2003 7. 81 Ryan Walker........................1995 8. 80 Paul Barrington...................1984 9. 78 David Skulason...................1986 78 Ashton Bennett...................2011 GOALS 1. 27 Joseph Ngwenya.................2002 2. 23 Ashton Bennett...................2011 2. 21 Joseph Ngwenya.................2003 3. 20 Eric Schmitt.........................1992 4. 19 Jordie Hughes.....................2003 5. 18 Ryan Walker........................1995 18 Paul Barrington...................1984 18 Mark Berger........................1984 8. 16 Mubarike Chisoni................2004 16 Jordie Hughes.....................2004 Nine NCAA Appearances

POINTS 1. 238 22 games......................................................1989 2. 226 23 games......................................................1984 3. 222 22 games......................................................1995 4. 209 23 games......................................................2003 5. 200 21 games......................................................1986 6. 185 19 games......................................................1992 7. 184 24 games......................................................2002 8. 183 22 games......................................................2011 9. 172 21 games......................................................1987 10. 161 23 games......................................................1985 SAVES 1. 189 19 games......................................................1988 2. 171 23 games......................................................1985 3. 135 23 games......................................................1984 4. 134 21 games......................................................1986 5. 116 21 games......................................................1987 6. 102 20 games......................................................1994 7. 98 21 games......................................................1990 8. 93 23 games......................................................2004 9. 90 22 games......................................................1995 10. 88 18 games......................................................1996

SHUTOUTS 1. 14 2. 13 3. 11 11 5. 10 6. 9 9 8. 8 8 8

23 games...............................................2003 21 games...............................................1986 24 games...............................................2002 22 games...............................................1989 19 games...............................................1992 23 games...............................................2004 23 games...............................................1984 22 games...............................................2010 17 games...............................................1999 21 games...............................................1990

VICTORIES 1. 20 2. 19 3. 18 18 18 6. 17 7. 16 16 9. 15 10. 14 14 14

23 games ..............................................2003 24 games ..............................................2002 22 games ..............................................1989 21 games ..............................................1986 22 games ..............................................2011 22 games ..............................................1995 19 games ..............................................1992 21 games ..............................................1990 22 games ..............................................1984 23 games ..............................................2004 21 games...............................................1987 23 games...............................................1985

Single season individual Records

16 16

Mike Littlefield....................2002 Hilmar Arnason...................1989

A SSISTS 1. 20 Russell Herritty...................1989 2. 19 S. Svienbjornsson................1986 3. 16 Boyzzz Khumalo.................2004 4. 15 Matthew Rennie.................1995 15 David Skulason...................1989 6. 14 S. Svienbjornsson................1985 14 Joseph Ngwenya.................2003 8. 13 Neil Payne...........................1995 13 Ludvik Bragason.................1991 13 Claud Huggins.....................1985 13 S. Svienbjornsson................1984 POINTS (g/a) 1. 63 Joseph Ngwenya (27/9)...........2002 2. 56 Joseph Ngwenya (21/14)...........2003 3. 53 Ashton Bennett (23/7)................2011 4. 47 Ryan Walker (18/11)...........1995 5. 46 Eric Schmitt (20/6)..............1992 46 Jordie Hughes (19/8)..........2003 7. 45 Mark Berger (18/9).............1984 8. 43 Jordie Hughes (16/11)........2004 43 Neil Payne (15/13)..............1995 10. 42 Hilmar Arnason (16/10)...........1989 MATCHES PLAYED (GK only) 1. 22 Scott Angevine....................2010 22 Robbie Spicer......................1985 22 Scott Angevine....................2011 4. 21 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.........1990 21 Patrick Nolan.......................1984 6. 20 Aaron Weant.......................2005 20 Neal Robinson.....................1995 20 Phillip Latham....................2008 9. 19 Aaron Weant.......................2004 10. 18 Aaron Sanders.....................2002 18 Ray Fuller............................1991

MATCHES STARTED (GK only) 1. 22 Scott Angevine....................2010 22 Scott Angevine....................2011 3. 21 Robbie Spicer......................1985 21 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.........1990 21 Patrick Nolan.......................1984 6. 20 Neal Robinson.....................1995 7. 18 Aaron Sanders.....................2002 18 Ray Fuller............................1991 9. 17 Aaron Weant.......................2005 17 Chris Malinky......................1999 17 Neal Robinson.....................1996 17 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.........1988 MINUTES (GK only) 1. 2,078 Scott Angevine....................2010 2. 2,035 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.................1990 3. 1,905 Scott Angevine............................2011 4. 1,866 Neal Robinson.....................1995 5. 1,874 Phillip Latham....................2008 6. 1,740 Ray Fuller............................1991 7. 1,675 Robbie Spicer......................1985 8. 1,608 Patrick Nolan.......................1984 9. 1,530 Neal Robinson.....................1993 10. 1,509 Aaron Sanders.....................2002 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (GK only) (min. 1,000 minutes played) 1. 8 Andrew Paxton (1,260)............2003 2. 9 Scott Angevine (1,255).............2009 3. 12 Bryan Hickey (1,158)...........1992 4. 14 Jeremy Wolfgang (1,229)...........2006 14 Aaron Sanders (1,509)..............2002 14 Andrew Paxton (1,143)............2001 14 Chris Malinky (1,448)..........1999 8. 15 Chris Malinky (1,072)..........2000 9. 18 Aaron Weant (1,397)...........2005 18 Aaron Weant (1,487)...........2004 18 Ray Fuller (1,740)................1999

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (GK only) (min. 1,000 minutes played) 1. 0.57 Andrew Paxton (1,260)............2003 2. 0.65 Scott Angevine (1,255).............2009 3. 0.83 Aaron Sanders (1509).............2002 4. 0.84 R. Pierre-Jerome (2,035).............1990 5. 0.87 Chris Malinky (1,448)..........1999 6. 0.93 Bryan Hickey (1,158)...........1992 7. 0.93 Ray Fuller (1,740)................1991 8. 0.96 Neal Robinson (1,866)..............1995 9. 1.03 Jeremy Wolfgang (1,229)...........2006 10. 1.04 Scott Angevine (1,905)......... 2011 SHUTOUTS (GK only) 1. 8 Chris Malinky......................1999 8 Ray Fuller............................1991 8 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.........1990 8 Patrick Nolan.......................1984 5. 7 Scott Angevine....................2010 7 Bryan Hickey.......................1992 7 Derek Nelson.......................1989 8. 6 Neal Robinson.....................1995 6 Neal Robinson.....................1994 6 Robbie Spicer......................1985 6 Gustavo Valencia.................1984 6 Andrew Paxton...................2003 SAVES (GK only) 1. 163 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.........1988 2. 124 Robbie Spicer......................1985 3. 107 Patrick Nolan.......................1984 4. 95 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.........1990 5. 94 Kristjan Augustsson............1987 6. 79 Ray Fuller............................1991 7. 78 Neal Robinson.....................1996 8. 77 Neal Robinson.....................1995 9. 76 Scott Angevine....................2010 10. 72 Chris Malinky......................1999

10 Big South Tournament Championships


MATCHES PLAYED 1. 86 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson......................... 1984-87 2. 84 Dario Grassini.......................................... 2001-04 3. 83 Chris Moore............................................. 1999-03 4. 82 Jordie Hughes......................................... 2002-05 82 Claud Huggins......................................... 1985-88 6. 81 Joseph Ngwenya..................................... 2000-03 7. 80 David Skulason........................................ 1985-89 8. 79 Jason Smith............................................. 1999-02 9. 78 Lachlan Cahill.......................................... 2004-07 78 Johnny Ji................................................. 2000-03 78 Kyle Russell............................................. 2005-08 MATCHES STARTED 1. 86 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson......................... 1984-87 2. 82 Claud Huggins......................................... 1985-88 3. 80 David Skulason........................................ 1985-89 4. 78 Dario Grassini.......................................... 2001-04 78 Joseph Ngwenya..................................... 2000-03 6. 76 Jeremy Eason.......................................... 1993-96 7. 75 Guy Norcott............................................. 1989-92 8. 74 Neil Payne............................................... 1992-95 74 Kyle Russel.............................................. 2005-08 10. 70 Tyler Hughes........................................... 1998-01 70 Davor Seric.............................................. 1989-92 SHOTS 1. 296 2. 224 3. 218 4. 217 5. 208 6. 207 7. 205 8. 198 9. 177 10. 151 GOALS 1. 66 2. 47 47 4. 46 5. 40 6. 37 7. 35 8. 34 9. 30 30 ASSISTS 1. 56 2. 42 3. 32 4. 31 5. 26 26 26 8. 25 9. 24 10. 21 21

Joseph Ngwenya..................................... 2000-03 Claude Huggins....................................... 1985-88 Jordie Hughes......................................... 2002-05 David Skulason........................................ 1985-89 Eric Schmitt............................................. 1989-93 Neil Payne............................................... 1992-95 Mubarike Chisoni.................................... 2002-04 Davor Seric.............................................. 1989-92 Hilmar Arnason....................................... 1987-89 S. Sveinbjornsson.................................... 1984-87 Joseph Ngwenya..................................... 2000-03 Jordie Hughes......................................... 2002-05 Eric Schmitt............................................. 1989-93 Neil Payne............................................... 1992-95 Hilmar Arnason....................................... 1987-90 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson......................... 1984-87 Savor Seric............................................... 1989-92 Claude Huggins....................................... 1985-88 Mario Benjamin...................................... 1998-00 David Skulason........................................ 1985-89 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson......................... 1984-87 David Skulason........................................ 1985-89 Joseph Ngwenya..................................... 2000-03 Neil Payne............................................... 1992-95 Jordie Hughes......................................... 2002-05 Boyzzz Khumalo...................................... 2003-04 Gerrard Jones.......................................... 1993-96 Claude Huggins....................................... 1985-88 Mubarike Chisoni.................................... 2002-04 Robin Williams........................................ 1990-92 Ludvik Bragason...................................... 1989-91

Nine NCAA Appearances

POINTS (g/a) 1. 164 Joseph Ngwenya (45/18)........................ 2000-03 2. 130 S.Sveinbjornsson (37/56)........................ 1984-87 3. 123 Neil Payne (46/31).................................. 1992-95 4. 120 Jordie Hughes (47/26)............................. 2002-05 5. 112 Eric Schmitt (47/18)................................ 1989-93 6. 102 David Skulason (30/42)........................... 1985-89 7. 94 Hilmar Arnason (40/14).......................... 1987-89 8. 93 Claud Huggins (34/25)............................ 1985-88 9. 81 Davor Seric (35/11)................................. 1989-92 10. 78 Mubarike Chisoni (27/24)........................ 2002-04 MATCHES PLAYED (GK only) 1. 69 Neal Robinson......................................... 1993-96 2. 61 Aaron Weant........................................... 2004-07 3. 57 Scott Angevine........................................ 2009-11 4. 52 Chris Malinky.......................................... 1997-00 5. 48 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.............................. 1988-90 6. 40 Andrew Paxton....................................... 2001-03 7. 30 Ray Fuller................................................ 1988-91 8. 29 Jeremy Wolfgang.................................... 2003-06 9. 28 Phillip Latham......................................... 2007-09 10. 22 Robbie Spicer................................................1985 MATCHES STARTED (GK only) 1. 69 Neal Robinson......................................... 1993-96 2. 54 Scott Angevine........................................ 2009-11 3. 47 Aaron Weant........................................... 2004-07 47 Chris Malinky.......................................... 1997-00 47 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.............................. 1988-90 6. 28 Andrew Paxton....................................... 2001-03 7. 26 Phillip Latham......................................... 2007-09 8. 24 Ray Fuller................................................ 1988-91 9. 22 Jeremy Wolfgang.................................... 2003-06 10. 22 Robbie Spicer................................................1985 MINUTES (GK only) 1. 6,190 Neal Robinson.................................... 1993-96 2. 5,238 Scott Angevine................................... 2009-11 3. 4,411 Aaron Weant....................................... 2004-07 4. 4,262 Reggie Pierre-Jerome......................... 1988-90 5. 4,171 Chris Malinky...................................... 1997-00 6. 3,130 Andrew Paxton................................... 2001-03 7. 2,398 Ray Fuller............................................ 1988-91 8. 2,372 Phillip Latham.................................... 2007-09 9. 1,881 Jeremy Wolfgang................................ 2003-06 10. 1,675 Robbie Spicer............................................1985 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (GK only) (min. 2 yrs./1,500 minutes played) 1. 22 Jeremy Wolfgang (1,881)........................ 2003-06 2. 26 Andrew Paxton (3,130)........................... 2001-03 3. 33 Ray Fuller (2,398).................................... 1988-91 4. 56 Scott Angevine (5,238)........................... 2009-11 5. 59 Aaron Weant (4,411)............................... 2004-07 6. 62 R. Pierre-Jerome (4,262)......................... 1988-90 7. 61 Chris Malinky...................................... 1997-2000 8. 102 Neal Robinson (6,190)............................. 1993-96

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (GK only) (min. 2 yrs./1,500 minutes played) 1. 0.75 Andrew Paxton (3,130)........................... 2001-03 2. 0.96 Scott Angevine (5,238)........................... 2009-11 3. 1.05 Jeremy Wolfgang (1,881)........................ 2003-06 4. 1.20 Aaron Weant (4,411)............................... 2004-07 5. 1.24 Ray Fuller (2,398).................................... 1988-91 6. 1.31 Chris Malinky (4,171).......................... 1997-2000 7. 1.31 R. Pierre-Jerome (4,262)......................... 1988-90 8. 1.48 Neal Robinson (6,190)............................. 1993-96 SHUTOUTS (GK only) 1. 16 Chris Malinky.......................................... 1997-00 16 Neal Robinson......................................... 1993-96 16 Scott Angevine........................................ 2009-11 4. 13 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.............................. 1988-90 5. 11 Ray Fuller................................................ 1988-91 11 Andrew Paxton....................................... 2001-03 7. 10 Aaron Weant........................................... 2004-07 8 Patrick Nolan.................................................1984 9. 7 Bryan Hickey.................................................1992 7 Derek Nelson........................................... 1988-89 SAVES (GK only) 1. 282 Neal Robinson......................................... 1993-96 282 Reggie Pierre-Jerome.............................. 1988-90 3. 189 Chris Malinky.......................................... 1997-00 6. 173 Scott Angevine........................................ 2009-11 4. 160 Aaron Weant........................................... 2004-07 5. 124 Robbie Spicer................................................1985 7. 107 Ray Fuller................................................ 1988-91 107 Patrick Nolan.................................................1984 9. 105 Andrew Paxton....................................... 2001-03 10. 94 Kristjan Augustsson.......................................1987

Joseph Ngwenya

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships

History & Records

Career Records


All-Time Roster STATISTICS LEGEND:

Field Players: Games-Games Started, Shots, Goals-Assists-Points Goalkeepers (denoted by GK): Games-Games Started, Minutes, Goals Allowed, Goals Against Average, Shutouts, Saves

~A~

Daniel Alexander (1993), 3-3, 270, 11, 3.67, 0, 17 Joe Anderson (2009-10), 38-24, 50, 10-1-21 GK Scott Angevine (2009-2011), 59-51, 5239, 56, 0.96, 16, 173 Jack Apanawicz (1993-96), 44-25, 48, 8-4-20 Arauz (1986), 9-0, 0, 0-1-1 Mauricio Araya (1989-92), 58-33, 68, 17-12-46 Arechiga (1986), 3-2, 0, 0-0-0 Arnar Anarson (1991), 18-17, 19, 1-0-2 Hilmar Arnason (1987-89), 56-51, 177, 40-14-94 Noah Anthony (2011), 8-2, 3, 1-0-2 I. Astralaga (1988), 12-5, 6, 0-2-2 Kristjan Augustsson (1987), 16-16, 1365, 28, 1.85, 5, 94 Kevin Auten (1997), 14-11, 6, 0-2-2

History & Records

GK

~B~

David Backman (1993-94), 37-30, 11, 2-2-6 Sebastian Bahos (2010-2011), 35-10, 25, 2-1-5 Joel Banta (1995-96), 32-21, 12, 0-2-2 Paul Barington (1984), 23-22, 80, 18-5-41 GK Paul Barington (1984), 2-1, 105, 4, 3.42, 1, 10 Jay Beard (1995), 12-1, 3, 0-2-2 Djamel Bekka (2005-2009) 64-49, 77, 8-19-35 Jack Belanger (2006-07.), 30-21, 1, 0-0-0 Mario Benjamin (1998-2000), 51-37, 126, 30-14-74 Ashton Bennett (2011-pres.), 22-18, 78, 23-7-53 Mark Berger (1984), 21-21, 84, 18-9-45 Phillip Blake (2008-09), 16-11, 3, 0-0-0 Brandon Bleakley (1997), 15-14, 32, 6-4-16 Michael Bolt (2006), 8-0, 0, 0-0-0 Patrick Bourgeacq (1984-85), 40-32, 12, 0-1-1 Zach Boyer (2009-10) 22-14, 3, 0-0-0 Ludvik Bragason (1989-91), 49-48, 29, 5-21-31 Andrew Brunner (1985), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 GK Bradley Bugg (2009), 4-1, 225, 5, 2.00, 1, 5 Chris Bullis (1998), 17-14, 5, 0-1-1 Robert Burgess (1996), 13-7, 0, 0-0-0 GK Mark Burgwin (1987), 8-5, 527, 8, 1.37, 2, 22 Tom Burson (1998-99), 11-3, 6, 0-0-0

~C~

Lachlan Cahill (2004-07), 78-46, 105, 11-14-36 Scott Calder (1995), 21-17, 3, 1-0-2 J.R. Casadonte (2001), 16-6, 12, 1-2-4 Shane Cashion (1991-92), 29-28, 6, 0-1-1 Marcello Castillo (1992-93), 14-3, 3, 0-2-2

Richard Cayonne (2010), 18-14, 2, 0-0-0 Asa Charlton (1998), 15-10, 3, 1-0-2 Robert Chesna (1993), 7-2, 2, 0-0-0 Jamie Chiero (1997), 13-11, 9, 1-0-2 Mubarike Chisoni (2002-04), 69-65, 205, 27-24-78 GK Robert Clarke (1998), 11-8, 728, 17, 2.10, 2, 34 Matt Corrado (2006), 10-2, 1, 0-0-0 GK Benjamin Compton (2005-07), 2-1, 3, 4.14, 0, 2 Bobby Crovo (1999-2002), 71-52, 46, 9-17-35 Delcan Cunningham (1984, 1986), 26-4, 16, 1-2-4 Levi Curnnutte (2007-10), 50-32, 4, 0-0-0 Travis Cushing (1999), 15-9, 9, 2-1-5 Custodio (1986), 8-0, 4, 0-1-1

~D~

Robby Joe Daniels (2010-11), 29-15, 36, 5-2-12 Nicholas Davies (1999), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Peter Deluca (1993), 17-6, 12, 4-2-10 Paul Dennis (1990), 10-6, 4, 0-1-1 James Derrbecker (2007-pres.), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Andrew Detzel (1999), 15-0, 3, 2-2-6 John DeVae (2002), 24-14, 34, 4-4-12 Michael Doane (1996), 13-8, 0, 0-1-1 Andrew Donnery (1994-95), 32-31, 93, 25-5-55 Jacob Downey (2008-11), 47-14, 7, 0-0-0 Mkhokheli Dube (2006-07), 36-28, 111, 16-12-44 Michael Duggan (1985-86), 40-32, 7, 1-2-4 Danny Dutil (2000), 2-0, 1, 0-1-1

~E~

Austin Eanes (2009-10), 28-19, 11, 1-1-3 TeeJay East (2011), 20-17, 32, 8-4-20 Jeremy Eason (1993-96), 77-76, 141, 25-9-59 K. Einarsson (1989), 11-5, 2, 0-3-3 Zane El-Shami (2009), 11-4, 8, 0-0-0

~F~

Mike Farnham (1989-90), 34-26, 23, 0-3-3 Luis Faz (2009-11), 61-61, 58, 10-16-58 Matt Feraci (2001), 12-3, 18, 5-1-11 John Ferguson (2004-05), 27-15, 2, 0-2-2 Spencer Flynn (1996), 12-1, 8, 0-0-0 Anthony Forde (1984-85), 38-33, 56, 12-8-32 GK Ray Fuller (1988-91), 30-24, 2398, 33, 1.24, 11, 107

~G~

Ricky Garbanzo (2011-pres.), 22-19, 43, 6-7-19 Andres Garcia (2005), 2-0, 2, 0-0-0 Justin Gardner (2001), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Jason Garrett (1995-97), 31-24, 1, 0-2-2 Shane Gilstrap (1992), 16-12, 0, 0-4-4 Steven Godden (1998-99), 32-32, 26, 5-2-12 N. Goodison (1988), 2-1, 0, 0-1-1 Dario Grassini (2001-04), 84-78, 19, 5-1-11 Bogdan Grechka (2005-06), 6-0, 1, 0-0-0 Matt Groves (1997-98), 29-24, 40, 3-6-12 Gudjonsson (1986), 13-4, 14, 1-3-5 Gudjon Gudjonsson (1997), 15-12, 37, 5-0-10 Gunnarsson (1986), 7-1, 0, 0-0-0

~H~

Mkhokheli Dube

Nine NCAA Appearances

Abdullah Haddad (1986-88), 25-2, 8, 3-1-7 Anders Hagan (1998), 7-3, 4, 0-0-0 Sigurdon Hakonarson (1995), 22-21, 10, 0-4-4 Ted Haley (1993), 18-18, 21, 3-1-7 James Hannah (1994), 4-1, 0, 0-1-1 Haukur Hauksson (1999-2000), 29-26, 43, 5-8-18 Ulnar Helgason (1990), 12-9, 12, 5-1-11 Cyprian Hedrick (2009-2011), 59-58, 31, 5-1-11 Russell Herritty (1989), 22-22, 39, 10-20-40 Bryan Hickey (1992), 13-11, 1158, 12, 0.93, 7, 45 A.J. Hiller (1997-98), 19-19, 9, 0-0-0 D. Hilyard (1988), 11-4, 1, 0-0-0 Karl Hjalmarsson (1986-88), 50-48, 64, 11-11-33 Jeffrey Hoke (2002), 2-0, 0, 0-0-0 Robert Holstein (2005-07) 54-45, 39, 4-13-21 Barry Hope (1992-95), 67-65, 17, 1-10-12 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Marlon Hornsby (1995), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Swavek Hryniewicz (1994-96), 26-10, 7, 0-1-1 Claud Huggins (1985-88), 82-82, 224, 34-25-93 Jordie Hughes (2002-05), 82-55, 218, 47-26-120 Tyler Hughes (1998-2001), 72-72, 40, 4-1-9 Robert Hunter (2008-09) 31-22, 62, 12-9-33 Billy Hyland (1984), 18-15, 25, 4-8-16

~I~

Luke Ibbetson (2006), 19-11, 38, 9-2-20 George Iltechev (1993-96), 57-32, 39, 2-6-10

~J~

David Jadlot (1999), 13-9, 3, 0-0-0 Gary Jaeger (1985), 10-3, 2, 0-0-0 Anton Jakobson (1986-87), 40-38, 63, 3-16-22 Keith Jarmusch (1989-90), 26-9, 31, 6-2-14 Casey Jewett (2001), 13-4, 4, 0-1-1 Johnny Ji (2000-03), 78-59, 12, 2-0-4 Even Johansen (2011), 10-0, 0, 0-0-0 Bjorki Johannesson (1988-90), 29-27, 22, 0-3-3 Cade Johnson (1996), 14-7, 0, 0-0-0 Joe Johnson (2007), 12-7, 2, 0-0-0 Ryan Johnson (2002-04), 23-3, 18, 1-1-3 Billy Johnston (1992-93, 1995), 12-1, 0, 0-0-0 Gerrard Jones (1993-96), 70-68, 97, 5-26-36 Gubdjartur Jonsson (1987-88), 25-14, 2, 0-0-0 Dale Joseph (1998-2000), 29-4, 11, 3-1-7

~K~

Joseph Kabwe (2004-05), 27-18, 31, 7-10-24 GK Taylor Kelliher (2009), 3-2, 245, 6, 2.20, 0, 13 Ross Kelly (2007-10), 75-60, 116, 13-7-33 GK Michael Kean (1995), 5-1, 174, 2, 1.04, 0, 13 Jason Keever (2006), 4-0, 0, 0-0-0 Wesley Kent (2005-07), 39-27, 5, 0-1-1 Boyzzz Khumalo (2003-04), 46-42, 146, 15-26-56 Donald Kirkland (2006), 5-0, 0, 0-0-0 Baldur Knutsson (2001), 17-15, 14, 2-3-7 Erich Kuhnke (1987-91), 66-49, 51, 10-9-31 Ryan Kur (1997-2000), 63-31, 3, 0-2-2 Jacob Kurey (1996-98), 51-50, 88, 15-16-46 Adam LaHaie (2007-2008.), 6-2, 2, 0-0-0

~L~

Michael Lally (2004), 12-0, 1, 0-0-0 Brett LaRue (1991, 1993), 21-8, 6, 0-1-1 GK Phillip Latham (2007-09), 30-27, 2,417, 43, 1.60, 6, 85 Rusty Law (1994-95), 10-4, 1, 1-0-2 GK Mark Lenahan (2003), 12-8, 747, 8, 0.96, 3, 25 D. Lennon (1989), 20-20, 9, 2-9-4 Oron Levy (2006-2008.) 34-19, 5, 0-0-0 Mike Littlefield (2001-02), 45-45, 109, 22-6-50 Daniel Littler (2009), 6-0, 0, 0-0-0 Brett Looker (1990-93), 56-54, 24, 3-4-10 Peter Louis (2002-05), 66-37, 41, 7-6-20

~M~

Brent Madawick (2005), 5-0, 0, 0-0-0 Gracewell Mabhena (2009), 6-0, 1, 0-0-0 Will Mahaly (1995), 8-0, 4, 1-0-2 China Maja (2004-05), 33-6, 12, 0-4-4 GK Chris Malinky (1997-2000), 52-47, 4171, 61, 1.31, 16.0, 189 Wai Man Lo (2004), 1-0,0,0-0-0 Edward Mangan (2009), 8-2, 1, 0-0-0 GK Simon Marsh (1992), 8-8, 672, 5, 0.67, 5, 22 Edric Martinez (2010), 8-3, 2, 0-1-1 David Marx (1988), 18-16, 0, 0-0-0 GK Daniel Mask (1997), 10-9, 964, 24, 2.24, 0, 62 Francis McCardle (2002-03), 26-8, 9, 2-2-6 Sean McCormick (2009-pres.), 34-9, 14, 2-1-5 Kevin McDonnell (2000), 15-5, 20, 3-3-9 Konner McGee (2006), 15-7, 2, 0-0-0 Kevin McGeorge (2003), 6-0, 3, 1-0-2 Liam McGrath (2000), 2-0, 1, 0-0-0 Yann McHale-Estaque (2004) 10-1, 1,1-0-2 Cornell McKenzie (1987-90), 51-38, 27, 4-8-16 10 Big South Tournament Championships


All-Time Roster STATISTICS LEGEND:

Field Players: Games-Games Started, Shots, Goals-Assists-Points Goalkeepers (denoted by GK): Games-Games Started, Minutes, Goals Allowed, Goals Against Average, Shutouts, Saves

~N~

Carl Napiwoki (1995), 2-0, 0, 0-0-0 GK Derek Nelson (1998-99), 13-9, 875, 12, 1.23, 7, 22 Scott Nelson (1997-98), 31-24, 32, 4-3-11 Long Nguyen (1985-86), 36-23, 38, 8-9-25 Joseph Ngwenya (2000-03), 81-78, 296, 66-32-164 Peter Nikolakoulas (1992), 8-8, 7, 0-1-1 Thuba Nkomazana (2006-08.), 4-0, 2, 0-0-0 Nolan (1986), 20-20, 2, 1-0-2 GK Patrick Nolan (1984), 21-21, 1608, 30, 1.68, 8, 107 Guy Norcott (1989-92), 75-75, 60, 10-7-27 GK Ryan Nowak (2005), 10-4, 487, 12, 2.22, 2, 14

~O~

Daniel O’Brien (2004-05) 24-6, 8, 2-3-7 Fridthjafur Olason (1987), 15-13, 1, 0-1-1 Hendrick Olausson (1993), 7-4, 0, 0-0-0 Randy Owen (2002-04), 68-47, 5-15-25 Leif Owens (1992), 3-0, 0, 0-0-0

~P~

Luis Pacheco (1987-88), 24-19, 24, 6-1-13 Stefan Palsson (1991), 4-0, 0, 0-0-0 Svein Palsson (1989-91), 61-61, 35, 3-13-19 Dean Pasquini (2000-01), 20-5, 8, 1-0-2 Michael Parry (1997-98), 30-26, 4, 0-0-0 GK Andrew Paxton (2001-03), 40-32, 3130, 26, 0.75, 11.5, 105 Neil Payne (1992-95), 74-74, 207, 46-31-123 Ken Pellatero (1984), 18-9, 1, 0-0-0 Larry Perez (1997), 3-1, 0, 0-0-0 Cody Perrot (2003), 15-4, 1, 0-0-0 Steve Persomanos (1984), 23-13, 1, 0-0-0 Petersson (1986-87), 41-39, 58, 12-6-30 Gary Phelps (1999-2001), 66-46, 80, 13-7-33 Gray Phelps (2008-09), 11-3, 4, 0-0-0 Jesy Phelps (2009), 2-1, 0, 0-0-0 Riley Phelps (2007-09), 46-16, 43, 10-3-29 GK Reggie Pierre-Jerome (1988-90), 48-47, 4262, 62, 1.31, 13, 282 Timothy Pittman (2005-06, 08) 33-19, 7, 0-1-1 Don Pokorny (1984-85), 45-45, 24, 2-10-14 Itayi Pondwa (2003-04), 46-40, 27, 1-6-7 Kelly Porter (2007-08.), 16-10, 21, 5-1-11 Justin Portillo (2010-pres.), 43-41, 56, 6-10-22 Christopher Powell (1985-86), 41-37, 26, 2-4-8

~Q~

Eric Quimby (2002-03), 7-0, 107, 0, 0.00, 0.5, 5 Jamie Quinlan (1994), 18-16, 1, 0-0-0 GK

~R~

Carlos Recinos (2008), 19-7, 24, 2-1-5 Nine NCAA Appearances

Craig Reed (2003-2006), 37-20, 12, 2-1-5 Christopher Rennie (1996), 11-10, 10, 1-1-3 Matthew Rennie (1995), 20-20, 37, 6-15-27 Joseph Rettenmyer (1996), 3-0, 0, 0-0-0 Pedro Ribeiro (2010-pres.), 42-31, 117, 15-9-39 Damon Richvalsky (1992-93), 31-18, 40, 6-3-15 Scott Ricketts (2008-09), 12-4, 6, 0-0-0 Stuart Riddle (1997-98), 34-34, 101, 16-4-36 Charlie Roberts (2001), 20-20, 22, 2-1-5 Patrick Robertson (2004-07), 64-56, 45, 9-2-20 GK Neal Robinson (1993-96), 69-69, 6190, 102, 1.48, 16, 282 Henrik Robstad (2011-pres.), 22-21, 18, 1-4-6 Paul Rosciani (1994), 11-4, 542, 6, 1.00, 2, 29 Dominic Rossi (2005), 21-12, 36, 5-3, 13 Matthew Rotterman (1994), 3-1, 0, 0-0-0 Ron Rowden (1984-85), 44-36, 57, 7-0-14 Graham Rowlands (1989), 21-21, 25, 6-5-17 Jarrod Roy (1999), 3-0, 0, 0-0-0 Joey Ruhl (1994), 16-15, 2, 0-0-0 Alex Russell (2007-10), 73-63, 14, 1-2-4 Kyle Russell (2005-08), 78-74, 1, 0-2-2 Thomas Rutter (1999-2002), 73-66, 122, 12-21-45 Michael Ryan (1997), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0

~S~

Ryan Sallis (2003), 10-0, 3, 0-0-0 Gregory Sambrano (1984, 1986), 39-35, 83, 10-10-30 Bergsvein Sampsted (1987), 18-17, 32, 3-1-7 GK Aaron Sanders (2002), 19-18, 1509, 14, 0.83, 4.0, 47 Kristoffer Sandtroen (2010, Pres.), 21-20, 3, 0-7-7 GK Michael Savage (2000-01), 13-9, 872, 12, 1.24, 2.5, 26 Liam Scales (1991), 14-11, 8, 0-0-0 Eric Schmitt (1989-93), 74-69, 208, 47-18-112 Adam Schmoker (2011), 7-1, 1, 0-2-2 Jordan Schmoker (2011), 13-3, 7, 1-1-3 W. Schoenherr (1988), 6-3, 0, 0-0-0 Gregory Schrader (1997-98), 11-2, 2, 0-0-0 Matt Schroeder (2007-10), 47-44, 46, 6-4-16 Jason Schultz (2001), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Jordan Schwartz (2011), 13-0, 3, 0-0-0 Davor Seric (1989-92), 73-70, 198, 35-11-81 Tim Shaw (2005-2007), 31-16, 29, 3-6-12 Jeremy Sifuentes (1999), 4-0, 0, 0-1-1 David Sigurdsson (1997), 2-0, 0, 0-0-0 Kjartan Sigurdsson (2011-pres.), 22-22, 17, 1-1-3 Steve Simko (1984), 18-8, 23, 3-2-8 David Skulason (1985-89), 80-80, 217, 30-42-102 D. Smith (1988), 6-2, 1, 0-0-0 Jason Smith (1999-2001), 55-48, 24, 2-4-8 GK Matt Smith (2007-08), 8-4, 383, 14, 3.25, 0, 19 Michael Smith (2003), 4-0, 2, 1-0-2 Stephen Smith (1994), 18-15, 33, 6-2-14 Gregory Spence (2001), 5-2, 1, 0-1-1 GK Robbie Spicer (1985), 22-21, 1675, 30, 1.61, 6, 124 Nicholas Starbrook (1999), 6-5, 2, 1-0-2 James Stapleton (2008-09), 31-26, 23, 6-4-16 Michael Stark (2005), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Daniel Stewart (1997-99), 41-27, 15, 0-4-4 Brad Stisser (2005), 19-11, 26, 1-3-5 Justin Stone (2001-02), 34-0, 31, 5-1-11 GK Eric Sullivan (2001), 6-6, 510, 10, 1.76, 1, 19 Olafur Sveinbjornsson (1987-88), 9-4, 2, 0-0-0 Sigurdur Sveinbjornsson (1984-87), 86-86, 151, 37-56-130

Jeremy Tutor (1994), 14-6, 6, 0-3-3 Peter Tzamouranis (1992), 8-8, 9, 1-7-9

~U~

Otto Utterback (1996), 2-1, 204, 3, 1.32, 0, 10

GK

~V~

Gustavo Valencia (1984), 8-1, 357, 0, 0.00, 6, 18 Fernando Valenzuela (1988-91), 62-41, 20, 1-5-7 Kevin Van Den Berg (2004-07), 74-40, 59, 12-12-36 Andreas Vedung (1984-85), 43-30, 23, 3-2-8 Rodrigo Vianna (2010), 21-4, 24, 2-0-4 Michael Vrankovic (1996-97), 27-19, 14, 2-2-6

GK

~W~

Ryan Walker (1995-96), 40-40, 144, 26-15-67 T.J. Walsh (2000-01), 26-8, 9, 0-2-2 Peter Warcxyglowa (1998-99), 9-4, 1, 0-0-0 GK Aaron Weant (2004-07) 61-47, 4411, 59, 1.20, 10, 160 Bjarne Werner (1993), 11-8, 7, 1-1-3 Dane Whitman (2007), 15-13, 6, 0-0-0 Tobin Whitmarsh (1999-2002), 72-62, 42, 7-12-26 Adam Williams (2009), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Robin Williams (1990-92), 53-52, 122, 19, 21, 59 Erik Wilson (2003-05), 26-11, 0, 0-0-0 R Wilson (1988), 4-2, 1, 0-0-0 Adrian Winter (1985), 23-23, 4, 1-0-2 GK Jeremy Wolfgang (2003-06), 29-22, 1881, 22, 1.10, 4, 48

~Z~

Brandon Zeller (2008), 7-2, 1, 0-0-0 Bobby Zimmer (2003-2006), 68-56, 11, 1-5-7

~T~

Kye Taylor (2002), 4-0, 0, 0-0-0 Parker Terlaak (2004), 21-3, 6,0-0-0 Hunter Thames (2008), 6-3, 5, 0-1-1 Steven Thompson (1994), 17-15, 20, 4-2-10 Julius Thornfinnsson (1987, 1989), 21-17, 57, 11-6-28 Keith Tickner (1999-2000), 2-0, 0, 0-0-0 H. Turner (1988), 11-4, 4, 1-0-2 Kevin Turner (1993), 13-7, 5, 1-0-2 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

Aaron weant

10 Big South Tournament Championships

History & Records

Shawn McLaws (2011-pres.), 20-15, 3, 0-6-6 Michael McKinley (1998-2000), 43-15, 27, 6-1-13 Barrett McMullan (2000), 5-1, 2, 0-1-1 David McMurry (1996), 14-13, 0, 0-1-1 Robbie McRight (2007-pres.), 35-25, 13, 3-1-7 Cesar Mendez (1984), 20-18, 74, 9-11-29 GK Danny Merriman (2010-pres.), 1-0, 5, 0, 0.00. 0, 0 GK John Middlethon (1985), 10-2, 395, 8, 1.82, 2, 47 Rigobertop Mockalis (1997), 3-0, 1, 0-0-0 Travis Mogilski (2005-07) 59-29, 28, 0-1-1 Waris Mojaddidi (2007), 1-1, 0, 0-0-0 Chris Moore (1999-2003), 83-73, 26, 1-6-8 Donald Moore (1995), 3-0, 1, 0-0-0 Ross Moore (1994-95), 39-39, 27, 4-1-9 Will Moore (2001), 15-7, 3, 0-0-0 Pat Moran (1992), 18-18, 25, 1-1-3 GK Montrell Morgan (2011), 4-0, 88, 0, 1.000, 4 Chris Morrissey (1993), 8-4, 4, 0-0-0 Mark Morris (2008), 3-0, 2, 0-0-0 Ethan Murray (1994), 2-0, 0, 0-0-0 Brad Myers (1987), 5-1, 0, 0-0-0 Mike Myers (2002, 2004), 20-7, 5, 0-0-0 Emmanuel Miranda (2004), 4-0, 0-0-0 Leo Mukofsky (2009-11), 49-17, 21, 3-5-11


NCAA Tournament Ledger

History & Records

NCAA Tournament Quick Facts

Appearances.......1992, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011 Overall.............................................................................................5-7-2 Home...............................................................................................2-0-0 Away................................................................................................3-6-2 Neutral.............................................................................................0-1-0 First Round.......................................................................................4-5-0 Second Round..................................................................................1-1-2 Third Round.....................................................................................0-1-0

Year-By-Year Results 1992

South Carolina 2-0 W Stone Stadium - Columbia, S.C. Davidson 0-0 T (2OT) Alumni Stadium - Davidson, N.C. (Davidson advanced 6-5 on PKs)

1995

South Carolina

2001

Seton Hall

1-3 L (OT)

Stone Stadium - Columbia, S.C.

1st

1-2

Klรถckner Stadium - Charlottesville, Va.

1st

L

2002

NCAA Tournament Series Records

Clemson...........................................................................................0-1-1 Davidson..........................................................................................1-0-1 Duke................................................................................................0-2-0 Elon..................................................................................................1-0-0 North Carolina..................................................................................1-1-0 Santa Clara.......................................................................................0-1-0 Seton Hall........................................................................................0-1-0 South Carolina..................................................................................2-1-0 NCAA Tournament Coaching Records

Paul Banta........................................................................................1-1-1 appearances in 1992 and 1995 Shaun Docking.................................................................................4-6-1 appearances in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010 and 2011

South Carolina 2-1 W (OT) Stone Stadium - Columbia, S.C. Clemson 1-1 T (2OT) Historic Riggs Field - Clemson, S.C. (Clemson advanced 5-4 on PKs)

2003

Davidson North Carolina Santa Clara

2004 Duke

2005

Clemson

2010 Duke

2011

Elon North Carolina

1st 2nd

1st 2nd

3-0 W 3-0 W 2-3 L (OT)

CCU Soccer Field - Conway, S.C. 1st Fetzer Field - Chapel Hill, N.C. 2nd Buck Shaw Stadium - Santa Clara, Calif. 3rd

0-3

L

Koskinen Stadium - Durham, N.C.

1st

0-2

L

Historic Riggs Field - Clemson, S.C.

1st

1-2

L

Koskinen Stadium - Durham, N.C.

1st

4-3 2-3

W L

CCU Soccer Filed - Conway, S.C. Fetzer Field - Chapel Hill, N.C.

1st 2nd

The 2003 Chanticleers are the only Coastal Carolina or Big South team to advance to the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Nine NCAA Appearances

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

10 Big South Tournament Championships


Goals Opponent Record Coastal Opp Adelphi 1-0 3 1 Akron 0-2 1 3 Alabama A&M 4-1 14 6 Alabama-Birmingham 0-1 1 3 Albany 0-0-1 1 1 Allen 2-0 4 2 American 1-0 4 0 Anderson 1-0 8 0 Appalachian State 1-1-1 7 7 Armstong State 5-0 37 5 Atlantic Christian 1-2 9 8 Augusta 4-1 25 9 Belmont Abbey 4-1 9 7 Benedict 2-0 11 2 Berry 0-1 2 3 Birm.-Southern 6-2 28 5 Boca Raton 2-2 7 7 Bowling Green 1-1 3 3 Bradley 1-0 3 0 Brooklyn 1-0 5 0 California Poly State 1-0 2 1 Cal State Northridge 1-0 2 1 Cal State Fullerton 0-1-1 2 3 Campbell 10-10-1 37 32 Catawba 2-0 6 3 Central Florida 2-2 7 12 Central Wesleyan 3-0 9 1 Charleston Southern 18-5-2 76 33 CHARLOTTE 4-2 17 10 The Citadel 5-3 24 15 Clayton State 1-0 2 1 Clemson 2-7 7 23 Coker 2-0 10 0

Nine NCAA Appearances

Career Coaching Records

Coach Tenure Overall Big South NCAA John Farrelly 1978-81 30-31-4 — Paul Banta 1984-97 166-94-13 47-27-2 Dermot McGrane 1997 2-6-1 0-5-1 Shaun Docking 1998-pres. 174-87-25 73-21-7 Totals 372-218-43 120-53-10

Shaun Docking is presented a ceremonial game ball by Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek in honor of his school-record setting 167th win — a 3-0 count over UNCA Asheville on Oct. 15, 2011.

Coastal Carolina vs. All-Time Opponents

Goals Opponent Record Coastal Opp College of Charleston 13-8-4 46 52 Cornell 1-0 3 0 Creighton 0-1 1 5 Davidson 5-4-2 16 11 Dayton 0-1 1 3 Drake 0-1 0 2 Duke 0-2 1 5 East Carolina 4-0 21 2 East Stroudsburg 0-1 0 1 Eastern Illinois 1-0-1 5 1 Elon 7-1-2 25 14 Emory 1-1 3 3 Erskine 0-3 2 9 Florida Atlantic 2-1 5 4 Florida Gulf Coast 0-1 2 3 Francis Marion 7-2 28 17 Furman 2-2-1 8 7 Gannon 0-1 0 2 Gardner-Webb 4-1-1 11 6 George Mason 1-0 3 2 Georgetown 0-1 0 3 George Washington 3-2-1 13 8 Georgia College 2-0 4 1 Georgia Southern 3-2 12 9 Georgia State 7-1 19 17 Hartwick 0-0-1 3 3 Harvard 1-1 3 4 High Point 14-3-1 39 9 Hofstra 1-0 3 2 Howard 1-1 4 3 IPFW 1-0 2 0 Jacksonville 3-3-1 15 13 Kentucky 1-0 2 1

Goals Opponent Record Coastal Opp Lander 2-5 9 12 Liberty 13-7-1 41 24 Limestone 1-0 6 0 Long Island 1-0 3 0 Longwood 0-1 1 2 Louisville 2-0 9 4 Marshall 1-0 4 1 Maryland 1-2 3 11 MD-Baltimore County 5-3-1 25 14 Memphis 0-1 1 2 Mercer 7-0 20 7 Methodist 2-0 7 0 Miami (Ohio) 0-1 0 2 Michigan 1-0 3 2 Milligan 2-0 10 1 Missouri-Kansas City 1-0-1 8 3 New Mexico 0-1 3 6 Newberry 2-0 11 3 Northeastern 1-0 6 0 New Hampshire 0-1 0 1 North Carolina 1-3 6 6 UNC Asheville 27-4-1 74 15 UNC Greensboro 6-9-2 29 23 UNC Wilmington 9-7-1 24 19 NC State 0-3 2 11 North Florida 1-1 4 4 Oakland 0-2 1 4 Oglethorpe 1-0 3 2 Ohio State 1-1 3 3 Old Dominion 1-1 4 1 Pembroke State 1-1 8 3 Pfeiffer 2-1 8 2 Presbyterian 8-1-1 50 8

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

— 1-1-1 — 4-6-1 5-7-2

CAPS = 2012 Season Opponent Goals Opponent Record Coastal Opp Radford 13-12-3 45 52 Richmond 2-1 12 3 Robert Morris 1-0 2 1 Rollins 1-0 2 1 San Diego 0-1 0 4 South Alabama 5-1-1 11 7 South Carolina 4-2-1 15 21 USC Aiken 2-0 22 1 USC Spartanburg 1-2-1 8 14 South Florida 0-1-0 1 3 SW Missouri State 1-0 4 0 St. Francis (N.Y) 1-1 1 1 Saint Joseph’s 0-1 2 3 St. Mary’s 0-1 0 2 Stetson 2-1 9 6 Syracuse 1-0 3 1 Tennessee 1-0 1 0 UT-Chattanooga 1-0 4 0 Towson State 2-1 6 3 Virginia 0-1 2 3 Virginia Commonwealth 2-3 8 14 Virginia Tech 1-2 3 7 VMI 14-0 34 6 Wake Forest 0-4 2 15 Washington 1-0 3 2 West Virginia 1-2-1 6 7 Western Illinois 0-1 1 3 William & Mary 1-2 6 6 Winthrop 24-16-2 87 56 Wisconsin 1-0 1 0 Wisconsin-Green Bay 0-1 0 2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-2 5 10 Wofford 6-2-1 22 18 WRIGHT STATE First MEETING

10 Big South Tournament Championships

History & Records

All-Time Coaching Records By year

Big Goals Goals Season Overall South Home Away Neutral For Against 1978 John Farrelly 4-11-0 — 2-4-0 2-7-0 0-0-0 24 85 1979 John Farrelly 10-4-1 — 5-2-0 5-2-1 0-0-0 47 24 1980 John Farrelly 12-4-2 — 6-1-2 6-3-0 0-0-0 59 22 1981 John Farrelly 4-12-1 — 1-7-0 3-5-1 0-0-0 31 46 1982 No Team 1983 No Team 1984 Paul Banta 15-7-0 2-2-0 7-1-0 7-5-0 1-1-0 80 30 1985 Paul Banta 14-8-1 3-0-0 9-2-0 5-6-1 0-0-0 52 38 1986 ^* Paul Banta 18-2-1 6-1-0 8-1-1 8-1-0 2-0-0 67 12 1987 ^* Paul Banta 14-6-1 5-1-0 9-1-1 4-5-0 1-0-0 59 36 1988 Paul Banta 4-14-1 2-4-0 2-7-1 2-7-0 0-0-0 19 46 1989 ^* Paul Banta 18-4-0 6-0-0 8-0-0 7-4-0 3-0-0 76 19 1990 * Paul Banta 16-3-2 4-2-0 8-1-0 7-2-2 1-0-0 47 20 1991 Paul Banta 7-8-3 1-4-1 5-3-0 1-5-3 1-0-0 31 16 1 1992 # Paul Banta 16-2-1 N/A 9-0-0 6-1-1 1-1-0 63 17 1993 Paul Banta 6-12-1 4-4-1 2-5-1 2-5-0 2-2-0 34 38 1994 Paul Banta 10-10-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 3-6-0 1-1-0 43 31 1995 *# Paul Banta 17-5-0 5-2-0 12-1-0 3-4-0 2-0-0 73 22 1996 Paul Banta 7-9-2 3-4-0 4-3-1 3-5-0 0-1-1 28 32 1997 Paul Banta/Dermot McGrane2 6-10-1 1-5-1 5-3-1 1-6-0 0-1-0 26 42 1998 Shaun Docking 7-9-2 3-3-0 6-2-0 1-6-1 0-1-1 29 32 1999^ Shaun Docking 12-4-1 6-1-0 7-1-1 4-3-0 1-0-0 42 18 2000^ Shaun Docking 11-5-1 5-2-0 7-0-1 3-3-0 1-2-0 41 22 2001 *# Shaun Docking 10-8-3 3-2-2 4-4-1 3-3-1 3-1-1 36 29 2002 ^# Shaun Docking 19-2-3 6-1-0 7-0-0 6-2-1 6-1-1 67 18 2003 ^*# Shaun Docking 20-3-0 6-1-0 9-0-0 6-3-0 5-0-0 72 16 2004 *# Shaun Docking 14-8-1 4-3-0 3-3-0 5-4-0 6-1-1 52 25 2005 *# Shaun Docking 11-9-1 5-2-0 4-3-1 3-4-0 4-2-0 41 31 2006 Shaun Docking 11-7-2 5-2-0 6-1-1 3-5-0 2-1-1 31 29 2007 ^ Shaun Docking 10-8-1 6-0-0 5-4-0 4-2-0 1-2-1 36 31 2008 Shaun Docking 10-10-1 5-2-1 7-4-0 2-3-1 1-3-0 28 37 2009 ^ Shaun Docking 9-2-7 5-0-3 4-0-3 3-1-1 2-1-1 29 20 2010 *# Shaun Docking 12-8-2 5-2-1 5-2-0 5-5-2 2-1-0 29 25 2011 ^# Shaun Docking 18-4-0 9-0-0 9-2-0 6-1-0 3-1-0 66 22 TOTAL 372-218-43 120-53-10 191-71-16 129-124-16 52-24-8 1,458 931 # - NCAA Tournament Season | * - Big South Tournament Champions | ^ - Big South regular Season Champions 1 - Coastal Carolina was barred from Big South competition during the 1992 season. 2 - Paul Banta amassed a 4-4-0 record before being relieved of his coaching duties. Dermot McGrane finished the season as interim head coach with a 2-6-1 record.


All-Time results

1978 (4-11) Coach: John Farrelly

at Allen..........................................................................W, 2-1 Winthrop.....................................................................L, 1-8 Newberry................................................................... W, 7-1 at South Carolina...........................................................L, 2-13 Baptist (CSU)................................................................L, 2-4 at The Citadel..................................................................L, 0-6 at Winthrop.....................................................................L, 1-5 Georgia State..............................................................L, 0-8 at Francis Marion...........................................................L, 2-10 Allen........................................................................... W, 2-1 at Newberry...................................................................W, 4-2 at Wofford.......................................................................L, 0-6 at College of Charleston..................................................L, 0-9 Wofford.......................................................................L, 1-4 at Baptist (CSU)...............................................................L, 0-7

1979 (10-4-1) Coach: John Farrelly

College of Charleston ........................................... W, 3-2 at Atlantic Christian.........................................................L, 2-4 at Washington................................................................W, 3-2 The Citadel...................................................................L, 2-3 at Benedict.....................................................................W, 1-0 at Wofford......................................................................W, 2-1 at Presbyterian...............................................................W, 9-0 Benedict................................................................... W, 10-2 Baptist (CSU).............................................................. W, 5-2 Oglethorpe................................................................ W, 3-2 Francis Marion......................................................... W, 2-1 Winthrop.....................................................................L, 2-3 at Central Wesleyan........................................................W, 3-1 at Baptist (CSU)........................................................ T(OT), 0-0 at Winthrop $..................................................................L, 0-1 $ NAIA District 6 Playoffs

1980 (12-4-2) Coach: John Farrelly

at College of Charleston.................................................W, 3-1 at UNC Wilmington.........................................................L, 1-2 South Carolina....................................................T(ot), 2-2 Atlantic Christian................................................... W, 6-2 Campbell...............................................................T(ot), 2-2 Wofford..................................................................... W, 6-1 at Francis Marion............................................................W, 3-0 at UNC Charlotte............................................................W, 4-0 at Winthrop....................................................................W, 1-0 Belmont Abbey.......................................................... W, 2-0 Presbyterian........................................................... W, 14-0 at Pfeiffer.......................................................................W, 4-0 Central Wesleyan.................................................... W, 2-0 at Georgia State.............................................................W, 1-0 at Berry...........................................................................L, 2-3 at Erskine........................................................................L, 1-3 College of Charleston $......................................... W, 4-3 Erskine $.......................................................................L, 1-3 $ NAIA District 6 Playoff

1981 (4-12-1) Coach: John Farrelly

at Central Wesleyan........................................................W, 4-0 UNC Charlotte.............................................................L, 2-3 Nine NCAA Appearances

at NC State......................................................................L, 1-7 at Belmont Abbey...........................................................L, 0-4 at Atlantic Christian.........................................................L, 1-2 Winthrop.....................................................................L, 1-2 at Wofford................................................................ T(OT), 2-2 Francis Marion......................................................... W, 4-3 Georgia State..............................................................L, 2-3 College of Charleston..............................................L, 0-1 USC Spartanburg........................................................L, 2-4 at Methodist..................................................................W, 1-0 Erskine..........................................................................L, 0-3 at Campbell.....................................................................L, 2-3 Pfeiffer........................................................................L, 1-2 at Belmont Abbey..........................................................W, 5-3 at College of Charleston..................................................L, 3-4

1984 (15-7, 2-2) Coach: Paul Banta

at Campbell*...................................................................L, 0-1 Limestone................................................................. W, 13-0 at Presbyterian................................................................L, 0-2 at Lander........................................................................W, 2-0 at Coker..........................................................................W, 5-0 Francis Marion......................................................... W, 3-0 Georgia College........................................................ W, 2-1 at The Citadel..................................................................L, 1-2 UNC Greensboro........................................................ W, 9-0 at Baptist (CSU)*............................................................W, 7-1 at Wofford......................................................................W, 2-1 at Georgia College..........................................................W, 2-0 Birmingham Southern............................................ W, 7-0 Baptist (CSU)*............................................................ W, 2-0 at Winthrop*...................................................................L, 1-2 College of Charleston..............................................L, 2-3 at Belmont Abbey..........................................................W, 1-0 Presbyterian $.......................................................... W, 5-1 at USC Spartanburg $......................................................L, 0-6 at Armstrong State $......................................................W, 7-1 vs. Armstrong State #.....................................................W, 6-3 vs. Campbell #.................................................................L, 3-6 $ NAIA District 6 Playoffs # Big South Tournament at Radford *Big South Conference game

1985 (14-8-1, 3-0) Coach: Paul Banta

Belmont Abbey.......................................................... W, 1-0 at Francis Marion.............................................................L, 1-2 at Mercer........................................................................W, 1-0 Lander..........................................................................L, 0-2 at Emory.........................................................................L, 1-3 at Georgia State.............................................................W, 2-1 Presbyterian............................................................. W, 8-1 at Baptist (CSU)*............................................................W, 2-1 at North Carolina.............................................................L, 1-2 at College of Charleston........................................... T(OT), 3-3 Coker........................................................................... W, 5-0 at UT-Chattanooga.........................................................W, 4-0 The Citadel................................................................. W, 4-1 Winthrop*................................................................. W, 5-3 at Jacksonville................................................................W, 5-2 Georgia Southern.................................................... W, 3-0 UINC Wilmington........................................................L, 0-1 at West Virginia...............................................................L, 0-3 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

at Clemson......................................................................L, 0-7 Armstrong State*.................................................... W, 2-1 Baptist (CSU) #...............................................................W, 1-0 Campbell #......................................................................L, 1-4 Winthrop #.....................................................................W, 2-1 # Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina *Big South Conference game

1986 (18-2-1, 6-1) Big South Regular Season Champions Big South tournament Champions Coach: Paul Banta

vs. Georgia State............................................................W, 3-2 at Emory........................................................................W, 2-0 at Winthrop*..................................................................W, 2-0 Furman.........................................................................L, 0-2 at The Citadel.................................................................W, 2-1 Mercer........................................................................ W, 5-2 Campbell*.................................................................. W, 3-1 Baptist*...................................................................... W, 5-0 Tennessee................................................................... W, 1-0 Francis Marion......................................................... W, 2-0 at Radford*.....................................................................L, 0-1 at Virginia Tech...............................................................W, 1-0 at Armstrong State*.....................................................W, 11-0 UNC Asheville*.......................................................... W, 4-0 at Appalachian State......................................................W, 1-0 at Augusta*....................................................................W, 6-0 UNC Wilmington........................................................ W, 1-0 West Virginia........................................................T(ot), 1-1 Armstrong State #........................................................W, 11-0 vs. Radford #..................................................................W, 5-2 at Campbell #.................................................................W, 1-0 # Big South Tournament at Campbell *Big South Conference game

1987 (14-6-1, 5-1) Big South Regular Season Champions Big South tournament Champions Coach: Paul Banta

Pfeiffer...................................................................... W, 3-0 at Virginia........................................................................L, 2-3 at Maryland....................................................................L, 1-5 at Furman.......................................................................L, 1-2 The Citadel................................................................. W, 7-0 at UNC Asheville*...........................................................W, 5-1 at Campbell*..................................................................W, 2-0 Boca Raton................................................................. W, 1-0 at Baptist (CSU)*............................................................W, 2-0 at Central Florida.............................................................L, 1-3 vs. Rollins.......................................................................W, 2-1 at UNC Wilmington........................................................W, 2-1 at Clemson......................................................................L, 1-2 Appalachian State...............................................T(ot), 6-6 Augusta*.................................................................... W, 4-1 Winthrop*................................................................. W, 3-2 USC Spartanburg...................................................... W, 4-2 Radford*......................................................................L, 0-4 College of Charleston............................................ W, 4-2 Radford #.......................................................................W, 3-1 Winthrop #.....................................................................W, 5-0 # Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina *Big South Conference game 10 Big South Tournament Championships


Wisconsin-Green Bay.................................................L, 0-2 UMBC.......................................................................T(ot), 0-0 at Francis Marion............................................................W, 4-1 Georgia Southern......................................................L, 1-2 at Augusta*....................................................................W, 4-3 at East Stroudsburg.........................................................L, 0-1 at George Washington.....................................................L, 2-3 Campbell......................................................................L, 0-1 Georgia State............................................................ W, 3-2 at Clemson......................................................................L, 0-3 at Boca Raton..................................................................L, 0-6 UNC Wilmington..........................................................L, 0-3 at Radford*.....................................................................L, 0-5 Baptist (CSU)*..............................................................L, 0-1 Lander..........................................................................L, 1-2 UNC Asheville*.......................................................... W, 1-0 at College of Charleston*................................................L, 0-4 at Winthrop*...................................................................L, 1-2 Virginia Tech...............................................................L, 2-5 # Big South Tournament at Campbell * Big South Conference game

1989 (18-4, 6-0) Big South Regular Season Champions Big South Tournament Champions Coach: Paul Banta

UNC Charlotte........................................................... W, 5-3 High Point.................................................................. W, 2-1 Francis Marion......................................................... W, 7-0 USC Aiken.................................................................. W, 11-0 at Clemson......................................................................L, 1-2 Augusta.................................................................... W, 10-2 at The Citadel.................................................................W, 4-1 at UNC Wilmington........................................................W, 3-0 at UNC Asheville.............................................................W, 3-0 at North Carolina.............................................................L, 0-1 Radford...................................................................... W, 2-0 at Georgia Southern......................................................W, 4-0 at Campbell....................................................................W, 3-0 at Baptist (CSU)..............................................................W, 7-0 Wofford..................................................................... W, 7-2 at South Alabama...........................................................L, 0-3 Liberty........................................................................ W, 1-0 at UNC Greensboro..........................................................L, 0-3 Winthrop #.....................................................................W, 2-0 at UNC Asheville #..........................................................W, 2-1 vs. Campbell #................................................................W, 1-0 College of Charleston #...................................................W, 1-0 # Big South Tournament at UNC Asheville *Big South Conference

1990 (16-3-2, 4-2) Coach: Paul Banta

at College of Charleston*...............................................W, 1-0 Alabama A&M............................................................ W, 2-1 at Maryland...................................................................W, 2-1 Baptist (CSU).............................................................. W, 8-1 at George Washington.............................................. T(OT), 0-0 at Augusta......................................................................L, 1-3 SW Missouri State.................................................... W, 4-0 Wisconsin.................................................................. W, 1-0 Nine NCAA Appearances

at Clemson......................................................................L, 0-4 Campbell......................................................................L, 0-1 UNC Asheville*.......................................................... W, 3-0 at Radford*....................................................................W, 2-1 at Lander........................................................................W, 4-2 UNC Greensboro........................................................ W, 5-2 UNC Wilmington........................................................ W, 2-1 at Boca Raton.................................................................W, 4-1 at Winthrop*..................................................................W, 1-0 at Eastern Illinois...................................................... T(OT), 1-1 Winthrop #.....................................................................W, 2-0 at UNC Asheville #..........................................................W, 2-1 vs. Davidson #................................................................W, 2-0 # Big South Tournament at UNC Asheville *Big South Conference game

1991 (7-8-3, 1-4) Coach: Paul Banta

at Alabama A&M.............................................................L, 1-2 Jacksonville...............................................................W, 2-0 Brooklyn.................................................................... W, 5-0 at George Washington.....................................................L, 1-2 vs. American..................................................................W, 4-0 College of Charleston*.......................................... W, 1-0 South Alabama......................................................... W, 3-0 Boca Raton...................................................................L, 2-0 at Charleston Southern*.......................................... T(OT), 3-3 at UNC Asheville*...........................................................W, 2-0 at UNC Greensboro................................................... T(OT), 0-0 Radford*......................................................................L, 0-2 at Campbell*...................................................................L, 1-2 Winthrop*...................................................................L, 0-1 at Davidson.....................................................................L, 0-1 at UNC Greensboro................................................... T(OT), 2-2 Eastern Illinois........................................................ W, 4-0 at Winthrop #..................................................................L, 0-1 # Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina * Big South Conference game

1992 (16-2-1) NCAA TOURNAMENT Coach: Paul Banta

at Jacksonville................................................................W, 4-2 at Towson State..............................................................W, 2-0 UNC Asheville.......................................................... W, 11-0 UMBC............................................................................ W, 6-1 Campbell.................................................................... W, 2-0 at Charleston Southern..................................................W, 4-0 at College of Charleston.................................................W, 3-2 Liberty........................................................................ W, 3-0 Alabama A&M............................................................ W, 3-2 George Mason....................................................W(ot), 3-2 at William & Mary.................................................... L(OT), 2-3 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

UNC Greensboro........................................................ W, 6-0 at Winthrop....................................................................W, 1-0 Davidson.................................................................... W, 3-0 UNC Charlotte........................................................... W, 3-1 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee................................................L, 2-3 vs. Adelphi.....................................................................W, 3-1 at South Carolina $..................................................W(OT), 2-0 at Davidson $...........................T(ot), 0-0 (lost 5-6 inPKs) $ NCAA Tournament at Winthrop

1993 (6-12-1, 4-4-1) Coach: Paul Banta

vs. West Virginia.............................................................W, 5-0 vs. Louisville........................................................... W(ot), 3-2 Towson State*......................................................L(ot), 2-3 at UMBC*........................................................................L, 1-2 vs. St. Mary’s...................................................................L, 0-2 at San Diego....................................................................L, 0-4 Charleston Southern*........................................... W, 4-0 at Liberty*.....................................................................W, 2-1 at UNC Greensboro*........................................................L, 0-1 Akron............................................................................L, 1-2 Memphis State.............................................................L, 1-2 at Campbell*...................................................................L, 0-3 Gannon.........................................................................L, 0-2 at UNC Asheville*...........................................................W, 3-1 vs. Drake.........................................................................L, 0-2 at Creighton....................................................................L, 1-5 Winthrop*................................................................. W, 2-1 Howard........................................................................L, 1-3 Radford*...............................................................T(ot), 3-3 #Big South Tournament at UNC Greensboro *Big South Conference Game

1994 (10-10-0, 5-3) Coach: Paul Banta

at Akron..........................................................................L, 0-1 vs. Bowling Green...........................................................L, 1-3 Campbell.................................................................... W, 5-1 at Pembroke State...........................................................L, 2-3 Catawba...................................................................... W, 3-2 Liberty*...................................................................... W, 6-1 at Towson State*............................................................W, 2-0 at UMBC*.......................................................................W, 1-0 Central Florida........................................................ W, 1-0 West Virginia...............................................................L, 0-3 at UNC Wilmington.........................................................L, 1-2 UNC Asheville*.......................................................... W, 5-0 at Winthrop*..................................................................W, 4-0 Lander..........................................................................L, 2-4 UNC Greensboro*........................................................L, 1-3 East Carolina............................................................ W, 5-0 at Charleston Southern*.................................................L, 0-2 at Radford*.....................................................................L, 0-5 vs. Charleston Southern#...............................................W, 4-0 at UNC Greensboro#................................................. L(OT), 0-1 # Big South Tournament at UNC Greensboro *Big South Conference Game

10 Big South Tournament Championships

All-Time results

1988 (4-14-1, 2-4) Coach: Paul Banta


All-Time results

1995 (17-5-0, 5-2) NCAA TOURNAMENT Big South Tournament Champions Coach: Paul Banta

vs. Mercer........................................................................W, 3-0 at Central Florida............................................................W, 4-1 Missouri-Kansas City.............................................. W, 6-1 Western Illinois.........................................................L, 1-3 UNC Wilmington........................................................ W, 2-1 at UNC Asheville*............................................................L, 1-2 vs. Alabama A&M...........................................................W, 3-0 at South Alabama...................................................W(OT), 1-0 USC Aiken.................................................................. W, 11-1 at UNC Greensboro*........................................................L, 0-1 Pembroke State......................................................... W, 6-0 UMBC*.......................................................................... W, 2-1 Winthrop*..........................................................W(ot), 5-1 at Liberty*.....................................................................W, 2-1 at Jacksonville.................................................................L, 2-3 East Carolina............................................................ W, 8-2 Charleston Southern*........................................... W, 6-0 Radford*.............................................................W(ot), 2-1 UMBC #..........................................................................W, 4-0 UNC Greensboro #..........................................................W, 2-0 at South Alabama %......................................................W, 1-0 at South Carolina $..........................................................L, 1-3 # Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina % NCAA Play-in $ NCAA Tournament

1996 (7-9-2, 3-4) Coach: Paul Banta

Long Island................................................................ W, 3-0 Robert Morris........................................................... W, 2-1 California Poly State.............................................. W, 2-1 vs. MO-Kansas City................................................... T(OT), 2-2 at New Mexico................................................................L, 3-6 USC Spartanburg.................................................T(ot), 2-2 at Campbell*...................................................................L, 1-2 at Winthrop*...................................................................L, 0-2 UNC Asheville*.......................................................... W, 2-0 at UNC Wilmington*................................................ W(ot), 2-1 Jacksonville................................................................L, 0-1 at UMBC*........................................................................L, 2-4 at Lander.........................................................................L, 0-1 Liberty*.................................................................L(ot), 0-1 at Radford*....................................................................W, 2-1 at Charleston Southern*................................................W, 3-1 UNC Greensboro*........................................................L, 1-3 vs. UMBC #......................................................................L, 1-3 # Big South Tournament at UNC Greensboro

1997 (6-10-1, 1-5-1) Coach: Paul Banta (4-4-0) Interim Coach: Dermot McGrane (2-6-1)

South Alabama*....................................................... W, 2-1 at Mercer........................................................................W, 2-1 at Jacksonville.................................................................L, 1-4 at Georgia Southern........................................................L, 1-5 Catawba...................................................................... W, 3-1 Campbell*.................................................................. W, 2-1 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee................................................L, 2-7 at Miami (OH).................................................................L, 0-2 Nine NCAA Appearances

UNC Wilmington.................................................W(OT), 3-2 at UNC Asheville*..................................................... L(OT), 1-2 UMBC*.....................................................................L(OT), 3-4 Lander...................................................................L(OT), 0-1 at Liberty*............................................................... L(OT), 0-1 Winthrop*............................................................T(OT), 1-1 Radford*......................................................................L, 2-3 at Charleston Southern*.................................................L, 0-5 Elon............................................................................. W, 3-1 Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina

1998 (7-9-2, 3-3) Coach: Shaun Docking

MERCER..........................................................................W, 1-0 vs. Florida Atlantic...........................................................L, 1-2 at Central Florida.............................................................L, 1-8 Methodist.................................................................. W, 6-0 at UNC Wilmington*........................................................L, 0-1 at Campbell*...................................................................L, 0-2 Clayton State.....................................................W(ot), 2-1 Georgia Southern.............................................W(ot), 3-2 at Elon...................................................................... T(OT), 1-1 at N.C. State....................................................................L, 0-1 at South Alabama*........................................................W, 1-0 High Point*..................................................................L, 1-2 UNC Asheville*.......................................................... W, 3-0 at Winthrop*...................................................................L, 0-2 at Radford*.....................................................................L, 1-2 Charleston Southern*........................................... W, 4-2 Liberty*........................................................................L, 1-3 South Alabama #..... ..................T(OT), 3-3 (lost 4-5 in PKs) # Big South Tournament at Radford

1999 (12-4-1, 6-1) Big South Regular Season Champions Coach: Shaun Docking

at Wake Forest.................................................................L, 1-6 at William & Mary...........................................................L, 0-1 Milligan..................................................................... W, 8-0 Limestone................................................................... W, 6-0 Stetson.........................................................................L, 2-3 at College of Charleston.................................................W, 2-1 vs. The Citadel................................................................W, 4-1 Winthrop................................................................... W, 1-0 Campbell.............................................................W(ot), 2-1 Elon............................................................................. W, 1-0 at High Point*................................................................W, 3-0 at UNC Asheville*...........................................................W, 1-0 at Charleston Southern*................................................W, 2-0 Radford*.............................................................W(ot), 2-1 Alabama A&M............................................................ W, 5-1 at Liberty*......................................................................L, 2-3 UNC Asheville #...........................T(OT), 0-0 (lost in PKs) # Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina

2000 (11-5-1, 5-2) Big South regular Season Champions Coach: Shaun Docking

9/3 9/6 9/13 9/16 9/17

Georgia State................................................. W, 6-0 at UNC Greensboro..............................................W, 2-0 UNC Wilmington............................................ W, 6-0 vs. South Florida %..............................................L, 1-3 vs. Stetson %......................................................W, 2-0

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

9/20 College of Charleston...........................T(ot), 1-1 9/23 UNC Asheville*............................................... W, 2-1 9/27 Milligan...................................................W(ot), 2-1 10/2 at UAB.................................................................L, 1-3 10/7 at Elon*..............................................................W, 5-0 10/11 at Winthrop*.......................................................L, 0-2 10/14 High Point*..................................................... W, 3-1 10/18 at East Carolina...................................................W, 2-0 10/21 at Radford*...............................................L(ot), 3-4 10/25 Charleston Southern*................................ W, 3-2 10/28 Liberty*..............................................................W, 1-0 11/1 vs. Elon #.............................................................L, 1-4 % Umbro/Spinx Furman Invit. *Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Liberty

2001 (10-8-3, 3-2-2) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH Tournament CHAMPIONS Coach: Shaun Docking

UAB.................................................................................L, 0-2 at UNC Wilmington.........................................................L, 1-2 Jacksonville ^............................................................L, 1-2 Campbell ^................................................................ W, 6-0 at VCU.............................................................................L, 0-2 Milligan..................................................................... W, 2-1 Elon*........................................................................... W, 2-1 at Charleston Southern*................................................W, 2-1 High Point*......................................................T(2ot), 2-2 at UNC Asheville*............................................................L, 1-3 VCU..........................................................................L(ot), 2-3 Radford*.................................................................... W, 1-0 Liberty*........................................................................L, 0-2 vs. The Citadel &.............................................................W, 4-1 at College of Charleston&...............................................W, 2-0 Winthrop*.......................................................T(2ot), 2-2 at Birmingham-Southern...............................................W, 2-1 vs. Radford #..................................................................W, 1-0 vs. High Point #...................................................T(4OT), 1-1 vs. Liberty #...................................................................W, 3-1 vs. Seton Hall $................................................................L, 1-2 ^ CCU Invitational & College of Charleston Classic *Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Winthrop $ NCAA Tournament (Charlottesville, Virginia)

2002 (19-2-3, 6-1) NCAA TOURNAMENT Big South Regular Season Champions Coach: Shaun Docking

8/30 vs. Hartwick ^..................................................... T, 3-3 9/1 vs. Syracuse ^....................................................W, 3-1 10 Big South Tournament Championships


2003 (20-3-0, 6-1) NCAA TOURNAMENT Big South Regular Season Champions Big South Tournament Champions Coach: Shaun Docking 8/30 UNC Greensboro............................................ W, 1-0 9/2 Davidson......................................................... W, 1-0 9/5 at Florida Atlantic...............................................W, 3-2 9/13 at Richmond........................................................L, 1-2 9/19 vs. Cornell ^.......................................................W, 3-0 9/20 at Bradley ^.......................................................W, 3-0 9/26 vs. Furman &......................................................W, 2-0 9/28 at Clemson &......................................................W, 2-1 10/1 at UNC Asheville *................................................L, 1-2 10/11 VMI *................................................................. W, 5-0 10/16 Georgia State................................................. W, 2-1 10/19 Liberty *.......................................................... W, 5-3 10/22 Winthrop *..................................................... W, 4-0 10/25 Radford *....................................................... W, 2-0 10/28 at Birmingham Southern *.................................W, 5-0 11/1 at High Point *....................................................W, 4-0 Nine NCAA Appearances

11/9 Bridgewater.................................................. W, 6-1 11/13 vs. VMI #.............................................................W, 3-0 11/14 vs. Winthrop #.....................................................W, 8-1 11/16 vs. Birminghan Southern #.................................W, 3-0 11/21 Davidson $..........................................................W, 3-0 11/26 at North Carolina $..............................................W, 3-0 11/30 at Santa Clara $............................................. L(OT), 2-3 ^ Bradley Tournament & Nike/Clemson Invitational * Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Radford $ NCAA Tournament

2004 (14-8-1, 4-3) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH Tournament CHAMPIONS Coach Shaun Docking

9/1 Anderson........................................................ W, 8-0 9/5 at Furman...........................................................W, 2-0 9/10 vs. Harvard %.....................................................W, 3-1 9/12 vs. Louisville %...................................................W, 6-2 9/17 Winconsin-Milwaukee................................. W, 1-0 9/20 at Liberty *.........................................................W, 3-1 9/26 Birmingham-Southern..................................L, 0-1 9/28 UNC Asheville *................................................L, 0-1 10/1 vs. Hofstra ^.......................................................W, 3-2 10/3 vs. Virginia Tech ^................................................L, 0-2 10/6 at Radford *.........................................................L, 1-2 10/12 Wake Forest.....................................................L, 1-2 10/15 at UNC Greensboro@............................................L, 0-2 10/17 vs. Davidson@.............................................T(2OT), 1-1 10/23 at VMI *..............................................................W, 5-0 10/30 at Winthrop *......................................................W, 2-0 11/3 High Point *.................................................... W, 5-0 11/5 vs. South Carolina &............................................W, 3-2 11/7 at College of Charleston &....................................L, 2-3 11/12 vs. VMI #.............................................................W, 1-0 11/13 vs. UNC Asheville #.............................................W, 1-0 11/14 at Birmingham-Southern #................................W, 4-0 11/19 at Duke University $.............................................L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Game % Furman/Diadora Invitational ^ Clemson/Nike Invitational @ UNC Greensboro/adidas Invitational & Aaron Olitsky Memorial Soccer Classic # Big South Tournament at Birmingham-Southern $ NCAA Tournament

10 Big South Regular Season Championships

2005 (11-9-1, 5-2) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH Tournament CHAMPIONS Coach Shaun Docking

9/1 Northeastern %............................................ W, 6-0 9/3 Binghamton %.................................................L, 0-1 9/9 vs. #24 Ohio State ^............................................L, 1-3 9/11 vs. Mercer ^.......................................................W, 5-3 9/16 at Harvard @........................................................L, 0-3 9/18 vs. New Hampshire @..........................................L, 0-1 9/23 VCU &................................................................ W, 4-3 9/25 College of charleston &...............................T, 1-1 10/1 at Birmingham-Southern *..................................L, 2-3 10/4 Radford *.........................................................L, 1-2 10/9 at Davidson..........................................................L, 1-3 10/12 at High Point *....................................................W, 2-0 10/15 UNC Greensboro..............................................L, 0-1 10/19 at Winthrop *......................................................W, 3-1 10/22 at UNC Asheville......................................... W(ot), 1-0 10/29 VMI *................................................................. W, 4-2 11/5 Liberty *.......................................................... W, 3-1 11/10 vs. High Point #...................................................W, 4-0 11/11 vs. VMI #.............................................................W, 2-1 11/13 vs. Winthrop #............................................. W(ot), 1-0 11/18 at Clemson $........................................................L, 0-2 % Coastal/adidas Invitational ^ Furman/Diadora Invitational @ Harvard/Nike Invitational & Coastal/adidas Classic * Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at High Point $ NCAA Tournament

2006 (11-7-2, 5-2) Coach Shaun Docking

8/25 at Oakland...........................................................L, 0-1 8/27 at Michigan........................................................W, 3-2 9/1 Bowling Green%........................................... W, 2-0 9/3 Richmond%.................................................... W, 1-0 9/8 vs. Stetson$........................................................W, 5-3 9/10 vs. Gardner-Webb$.............................................. T, 1-1 9/13 Davidson...........................................................L, 1-2 9/16 UNC Willimngton............................................T, 0-0 9/19 at Liberty*...........................................................L, 1-2 9/22 at UNC Greensboro...............................................L, 0-4 9/26 UNC Asheville*............................................... W, 1-0 9/29 at #8 Wake Forest................................................L, 0-2 10/3 at College of Charleston......................................W, 3-2 10/7 at Radford*..........................................................L, 2-5 10/14 at VMI*...............................................................W, 2-0 10/21 Birmingham Southern*............................... W, 3-1 10/25 Winthrop*................................................. W(2ot), 2-1 10/28 High Point*................................................ W(2ot), 1-0 11/2 vs. UNC Asheville#..............................................W, 2-1 10 Big South Tournament Championships

All-Time results

9/6 IPFW &.............................................................. W, 2-0 9/7 Mercer &......................................................... W, 3-1 9/13 vs. William &Mary @...........................................W, 4-2 9/15 at Old Dominion @..............................................W, 4-0 9/20 vs. Marshall %....................................................W, 4-1 9/22 at Kentucky %.............................................W(OT), 2-1 9/28 at Elon*..............................................................W, 4-2 10/5 at Radford*.........................................................W, 4-0 10/9 Charleston Southern*................................ W, 2-1 10/12 UNC Asheville*........................................W(ot), 2-1 10/16 East Carolina*.............................................. W, 6-0 10/19 at Liberty*..........................................................W, 3-0 10/26 High Point*..................................................... W, 5-0 11/1 vs.#21 South Carolina!........................................W, 3-0 11/3 at College of Charleston!.............................T(2OT), 0-0 11/6 at Winthrop*................................................ L(OT), 1-2 11/9 Birmingham-Southern*.............................. W, 4-0 11/14 vs. High Point #...................................................W, 3-0 11/15 vs. Elon #............................................................W, 2-0 11/17 vs. Winthrop #............................................... L(OT), 0-1 11/23 at South Carolina $.................................... W(2OT),2-1 11/27 at Clemson $...................... T(2ot), 1-1 (lost 5-4 in PKs) ^ VCU/Alltel Classic & CCU Invitational @ ODU Classic % University of Kentucky Invitational ! College of Charleston Classic *Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Winthrop $ NCAA Tournament


All-Time results

11/3 vs. High Point#.....................................................L, 1-2 % Coastal/adidas Invitational $ Furman/Diadora Invitational * Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Radford

2007 (10-8-1, 6-0) Big South Regular Season Champions Coach Shaun Docking

8/31 Florida Gulf Coast!........................................L, 2-3 9/2 Saint Joseph’s!.................................................L, 2-3 9/7 vs. Jacksonville#..........................................T(2ot), 1-1 9/9 vs. Presbyterian#................................................W, 4-0 9/14 at UNC Wilmington@...........................................L, 0-1 9/16 vs. College of Charleston@...................................L, 1-2 9/23 Cal State Fullerton.................................L(ot), 1-2 9/29 VMI*.................................................................. W, 1-0 10/3 at UNC Asheville*...............................................W, 5-0 10/6 George Washington...................................... W, 4-3 10/12 Liberty*........................................................... W, 2-1 10/20 at Davidson..........................................................L, 2-4 10/23 Wake Forest.....................................................L, 0-5 10/28 at High Point*.....................................................W, 1-0 10/31 at Clemson..........................................................W, 2-1 11/3 North Florida................................................ W, 4-1 11/7 at Winthrop*......................................................W, 2-1 11/10 Radford*........................................................ W, 1-0 11/16 vs. Radford$.........................................................L, 1-3 * Big South Conference game ! CCU/adidas Invitational # Furman Invitational @ UNCW Classic $ Big South Tournament at Winthrop

2008 (10-10-1, 5-2-1) Coach Shaun Docking

8/29 Florida Atlantic............................................ W, 1-0 8/30 Longwood.........................................................L, 1-2 9/5 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.)%..........................................L, 0-1 9/7 vs. Oakland%.......................................................L, 1-4 9/12 vs. Charlotte@.............................................W(OT), 2-1 9/14 vs. Dayton @........................................................L, 1-3 9/17 UNC Wilmington..............................................L, 0-3 9/21 VCU.....................................................................L, 0-4 9/28 at VMI*...............................................................W, 3-2 10/4 at Liberty*..........................................................W, 2-1 10/12 at Gardner-Webb*...............................................L, 1-2 10/19 High Point*..................................................... W, 1-0 10/22 UNC Asheville*............................................... W, 1-0 10/26 at Radford*.................................................T(2OT), 1-1 10/29 Presbyterian* . ............................................. W, 4-2 11/1 College of Charleston*.............................. W, 2-1 11/5 Winthrop*........................................................L, 2-3 11/8 at North Florida...................................................L, 0-3 11/13 vs. Radford$........................................................W, 1-0 11/14 vs. UNC Asheville$..............................................W, 1-0 11/16 vs. Winthrop$......................................................L, 3-4 * Big South Conference game ! CCU/adidas Invitational @ UNCW Classic $ Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina % Niagara University Tournament

Nine NCAA Appearances

2009 (9-2-7, 5-0-3) Big South Regular Season Champions Coach Shaun Docking

9/1 at College of Charleston....................................... L, 3-4 9/4 Albany %...................................................T(2OT), 1-2 9/6 St. Francis (N.Y.)%........................................... W, 1-0 9/11 vs. Georgetown@................................................. L, 0-3 9/13 at Davidson@...................................................... W, 3-1 9/17 Furman......................................................T(2OT), 3-3 9/25 at Cal State Fullerton^................................T(2OT), 1-1 9/27 vs. #24 Cal State Northridge^............................ W, 2-1 10/3 Liberty*.....................................................T(2OT), 0-0 10/7 Gardner-Webb*.............................................. W, 2-1 10/17 at High Point*..............................................T(2OT), 0-0 10/21 at Presbyterian* . ......................................... (2OT), 1-1 10/25 VMI*............................................................ W(OT), 1-0 10/31 at UNC Asheville*............................................... W, 2-1 11/3 at Winthrop*...................................................... W, 3-1 11/7 Radford*......................................................... W, 3-1 11/13 vs. VMI$.............................................................. W, 1-0 11/14 vs. Winthrop$......................T(2OT), 1-1 (lost 4-2 in PKs) CAPS - Home match at CCU Soccer Field * Big South Conference game % CCU/adidas Invitational @ Davidson/adidas Classic ^ Cal State Fullerton Tournament $ Big South Tournament at High Point, N.C.

2010 (12-8-2, 5-2-1) ncaa tournament Big south tournament champions Coach Shaun Docking

9/4 vs. Old Dominion^.............................................. L, 0-1 9/6 at VCU^............................................................... L, 2-0 9/10 HOWARD%......................................................... W, 3-0 9/12 WOFFORD%.............................................. W(2OT), 1-0 9/17 at George Washington........................................ W, 4-0 9/19 at Elon.........................................................T(2OT), 2-2 9/25 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.................................... L, 2-1 9/28 at #24 UNC Wilmington...................................... W, 1-0 10/2 at Liberty*........................................................... L, 1-0 10/4 at VMI*............................................................... W, 1-0 10/9 PRESBYTERIAN*.................................................. W, 2-1 10/13 UNC ASHEVILLE*........................................W(2OT), 1-0 10/16 at Gardner-Webb*.............................................. W, 2-1 10/20 at NC State........................................................... L, 3-1 10/23 WINTHROP*...............................................W(2OT), 2-1 10/27 HIGH POINT*................................................L(2OT), 2-1 10/30 at Radford*..................................................T(2OT), 1-1 11/5 at #3 Maryland.................................................... L, 5-0 11/11 vs. VMI@............................................................. W, 1-0 11/12 vs. Gardner-Webb@............................................ W, 1-0 11/14 at High Point@.................................................... W, 3-1 11/18 at #24 Duke$....................................................... L, 2-1 CAPS - Home match at CCU Soccer Field 10 Big South Regular Season Championships

^ Richmond Marriott Classic % CCU/Adidas Invitational * Big South Conference Game @ Big South Tournament $ NCAA College Cup First Round

2011 (18-4-0, 9-0-0) NCAA Tournament Big South Regular Season Champions Coach Shaun Docking

8/29 #23 Charlotte.................................................. L, 1-2 9/2 vs. Elon#............................................................. W, 2-1 9/4 vs. Richmond#.................................................. W, 10-1 9/9 George Washington^.................................... W, 2-0 9/11 #16 VCU^..................................................W, 2-1 (2OT) 9/16 Appalachian State%....................................... L, 0-1 9/18 #21 Ohio State%.............................................. W, 2-0 9/23 Gardner-Webb*.............................................. W, 3-1 10/2 Liberty*............................................................ W, 3-1 10/5 at College of Charleston...................................... W, 3-2 10/9 Radford*......................................................... W, 4-1 10/12 at High Point*..................................................... W, 2-0 10/15 at UNC Asheville*............................................... W, 3-0 10/18 at Wofford........................................................... W, 2-1 10/21 VMI*................................................................... W, 4-1 10/29 at Winthrop*...................................................... W, 6-0 10/2 at Presbyterian*................................................. W, 3-0 10/5 CAMPBELL*........................................................ W, 5-1 10/10 vs. UNC Asheville!............................................... W, 2-0 10/11 vs. Liberty!........................................................... L, 1-2 10/17 ELON$................................................................ W, 4-3 10/20 at #1 North Carolina$........................................... L, 2-3 CAPS - Home match at CCU Soccer Field # - Richmond Marriott Classic (Richmond, Va.) ^ - CCU Invitational (Conway, S.C.) % - CCU Tournament (Conway, S.C.) * - Big South Conference match ! - Big South Tournament (Boiling Springs, N.C.) $ - NCAA Tournament

* Coastal Carolina did not compete in men’s soccer in 1982 and 1983

10 Big South Tournament Championships


2012 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer Media Guide  
2012 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer Media Guide  

2012 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer Media Guide

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