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GENERAL INFORMATION

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts: ........................................................................................................................................1 Athletic Media Relations......................................................................................................................2 Team Roster........................................................................................................................................3 Head Coach Shaun Docking:........................................................................................................... 4-5 Assistant Coaches:..............................................................................................................................6 Player Profiles:..............................................................................................................................7-17 Opponents: .................................................................................................................................18-19 Season Review: ...........................................................................................................................20-21 Conference Review: ....................................................................................................................22-23 All-Time Honors: .........................................................................................................................24-25 All-Time Rosters:.........................................................................................................................26-27 Record Book: ..............................................................................................................................28-30 Year-by-Year Results: ..................................................................................................................31-35

Day Sun. Fri. Sat. Mon. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat. Tues. Fri. Sun. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Fri. Thu-Sun.

Date Aug. 22 Aug. 27 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 27 Oct. 30 Nov. 5 Nov. 11-14

2010 SCHEDULE

Opponent at UNC Charlotte (Exhibition) Campbell (Exhibition) vs. Old Dominion $ at VCU $ HOWARD % WOFFORD % at George Washington at Elon COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON at UNC Wilmington at Liberty* at VMI* PRESBYTERIAN* UNC ASHEVILLE* at Gardner-Webb* at NC State WINTHROP* HIGH POINT* at Radford* at Maryland Big South Tournament (High Point, N.C.)

* Big South Conference Game $ VCU/Nike Invitational — Richmond, Va. % Coastal Carolina/Adidas Invitational — Conway, S.C. All home games in BOLD CAPS

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Time 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. TBA

GENERAL

COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS

Institution: .................................................................................................. Coastal Carolina University Location: ........................................................................................................................... Conway, S.C. Founded:......................................................................................................................................1954 Enrollment: ................................................................................................................................. 8,300 Nickname: ......................................................................................................................... Chanticleers Colors: .................................................................................................................Teal, Bronze & Black Stadium: ..................................................................................................Coastal Carolina Soccer Field Capacity: .....................................................................................................................................1,000 Affiliation: ......................................................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference:........................................................................................................................... Big South President: .................................................................................Dr. David A. DeCenzo (Maryland, ‘78) Athletics Director: ...................................................................................................... Hunter Yurachek Athletic Department Phone: .........................................................................................843.349.2820 Website: ........................................................................................................... www.GoCCUSports.com

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Overall Record: ............................................................................................................. 10-10-1 2009 Big South Record/Finish: ...........................................................................................5-2-1/2nd 2009 Big South Tournament: ................................................................................... Lost in semifinals Starters Returning/Lost: ................................................................................................................ 9/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...........................................................................................................15/2

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: ............................................................................................. Shaun Docking (Akron ‘88) Career Record/Years: ...................................................................................................164-95-24/14 Record at Coastal Carolina/Years: ................................................................................144-76-22/12 Big South Record:................................................................................................................... 65-26-7 Assistant Coach: ................................................................................................................Kyle Russell Assistant Coach: ..................................................................................................................China Maja Men’s Soccer Office Phone: ..........................................................................................843.349.2910

HISTORY

First Year of Men’s Soccer: ......................................................................................................... 1978 Overall All-Time Reocrd: .......................................................................................342-207-40 (.572) NCAA Tournament Appearances:........................................................................................................7 NCAA Tournament Record: ............................................................................................................. 3-7 Last NCAA Tournament Appearnace: ..........................................................................................2005

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant Media Realtions Director (Men’s Soccer Contact):.......................................... Jay D’Abramo Office Phone: ................................................................................................................843.349.2840 Cell Phone: ....................................................................................................................843.333.2480 E-mail Address: .............................................................................................. jdabramo@coastal.edu SID Fax: .........................................................................................................................843.349.2819 Mailing Address: ........................................................................ P.O. Box 261954, Conway, SC 29528

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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ATHLETIC MEDAI RELATIONS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 MEDIA OUTLETS

COASTAL CAROLINA ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

NEWSPAPERS The Sun News 914 Frontage Road East Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Phone: 843-444-1767 Fax: 843-626-0356 Web: www.thesunnews.com Ryan Young, Beat Writer Email: ryoung@thesunnews.com Shane Bowen, Sports Editor E-mail: sbowen@thesunnews.com

Asst. A.D.-Media Relations ...............................................................Mike Cawood Office Phone ...........................................................................843-349-2822 E-mail ............................................................................ cawood@coastal.edu Assistant Media Relations Director/Men’s Soccer Contact .............Jay D’Abramo Office Phone ...........................................................................843-349-2840 E-mail .........................................................................jdabramp@coastal.edu Media Relations Assistant .....................................................................Cody Bays Office Phone: ...........................................................................843-349-6467 E-mail ................................................................................ cbays@coastal.edu

Mike Cawood

Jay D’Abramo

The Chanticleer P.O. Box 261954 Conway, SC 29528 Phone: 843-349-2330 Fax: 843-349-2743 Web: was.coastal.edu/ci

Media Relations Assistant .............................................................. Teresa Garbee Office Phone: ................................................................................843-349-2848 E-mail .............................................................................tgarbee@coastal.edu

The State P.O. Box 1333 Columbia, SC 29202 Phone: 803-771-8415 Fax: 803-771-8613 Web:www.thestate.com Email: state@thestate.com

Student Assistants ...............................Katie McClure, Phil Johnson, Terrel Curry, Kate Dowling, Lindsay Chavez, Samantha Zeisler, Samantha Mann, Janelle Setzer, Lauren Haller, Tanner Massey Office fax ......................................................................................843-349-2819 Address: ..............................................Coastal Carolina Athletic Media Relations P.O. Box 261954 (Overnight Address: 132 Chanticleer Drive West) Conway, SC 29528

Cody Bays

Teresa Garbee

Myrtle Beach Herald 2501 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Phone: 843-626-3131 Fax: 843-448-4860 Email: mbherald@aol.com

TO GET COASTAL CAROLINA SOCCER INFORMATION Contact the Media Relations Office or the Internet at

www.GoCCUSports.com

The Horry Independent 2510 North Main Street Conway, SC 29526 Phone: 843-248-6882 Fax: 843-248-6024 Email: horry80@aol.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Interviews: Interviews with Coastal Carolina University coaches and players must be arranged through the athletic media relations office and will be scheduled before or after practices. No interviews will be allowed with players on gameday unless permission is received from the coaching staff through the athletic media relations office. After all home events, Coastal Carolina players and coaches will be available in the interview room following a brief cooling off period. A member of the Coastal Carolina athletic media relations staff will contact all media representatives at the events for interview requests. Under no circumstances will student-athlete phone numbers be given out.

DIRECTIONS TO COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

By Air: Arriving at Myrtle Beach Airport, enter the on-ramp for U.S. 17 North (entering to the right). Stay in the right lane and exit for U.S. 501 North (to Conway). Follow the directions below for U.S. 17 the remainder of the way. From I-95: From the South, take S.C. 327 exit to U.S. 76/301 Turn left onto U.S. 76/301. This will become S.C. 576 and then U.S. 501. After passing through Conway, turn right at the second stop light (approximately two miles) into the entrance of Coastal Carolina University. You are now on College Road. Kimbel Arena (basketball/volleyball), Charles L. Watson Baseball Stadium and Brooks Stadium are visible on the right from University Boulevard. To get to the Softball Field or the Track & Field Complex, turn right onto Chanticleer Drive West after passing Kimbel Arena but before getting to the Baseball Stadium. From the North, take the “South of the Border” exit (IMPOSSIBLE to miss). Follow signs to Myrtle Beach and this will lead you to U.S. 501. Then follow the directions above. From U.S. 17: Follow U.S. 17 Bypass to U.S. 501 (Conway exit). At this point, you are approximately eight miles from campus. You will pass the stoplight at Conway Hospital and then pass a Food Lion shopping center (on left). Just after passing Horry-Georgetown Technical College (on left), take the next left into the entrance of Coastal Carolina University. See directions above to find athletic facilities.

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

TELEVISION WPDE-TV (15-ABC) 3215 South Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501 Phone: 843-665-1515 Fax: 843-665-4907 Web:www.wpde.com Rich Chrampanis, Sports Director Mark Haggard, Sports Reporter Email: 15sports@wpde.com WBTW-TV (13-CBS) 101 McDonald Court Myrtle Beach, SC 29588 Phone: 843-294-8402 Fax: 843-293-1760 Web:www.wbtw.com Jeff Zell, Sports Director Email: jzell@wbtw.com WMBF-TV (10-NBC) 918 Frontage Road East Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 Phone: 843-839-9623 Fax: 843-839-9625 Web:www.wmbfnews.com Justin Felder, Sports Anchor Email: jfelder@wmbfnews.com WIRE SERVICES Associated Press (Columbia) P.O. Box 101101 Columbia, SC 29211 Phone: 800-922-1565 Fax: 803-252-2913 Web:www.ap.org Pete Iacobelli, Sports Email: piacobelli@ap.org; apcolumbia@ap.org PA-Sports Ticker 55 Realty Drive, Suite 200 Cheshire, Ct 06410 Phone: 800-367-8935 Fax: 800-336-0383

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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2010 TEAM ROSTER

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

# 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31

NName Na ame Danny Dann Da nnyy Me Merr Merriman rrim iman an Scott Angevine Alex Russell Austin Eanes Jacob Downey Cyprian Hedrick Robbie McRight Ross Kelly Levi Curnutte Joe Anderson MattSchroeder Sean McCormick Richard Cayonne Leo Mukofsky Pedro Ribeiro Zach Boyer Kristoffer Sandtroen Rodrigo Vianna Justin Protillo Edric Martinez Luis Faz Jordan Schwartz Dent Wise Mac Kowaleski Zach Clark Rohen Gresalfi Sebastian Bahos Robby Joe Daniels Joey Russell Jeff Cheever

CCl.l.l. Fr. Fr Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

Pos. Pos. oss. GK GK GK D D M M D D D M M F D M M M D F M F M D M D M M F D D M

Ht. Ht. Ht 6-0 6-00 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-3 5-9 6-3 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-5 5-11 5-6 5-7 5-7 6-0 5-10 5-7 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-11

Wt. W. Wt 175 175 190 165 150 173 170 188 188 186 155 173 175 180 141 213 159 162 187 125 140 133 160 150 185 190 145 140 169 155 180

Hometown/Previous HHoom meeto town/ wnn//PPre revi viou o s School Scho Sch Sc hoooll Peoria, Peor Pe oria ia,, Ill./Dunlap IlIlll./D /Dun /D unla lapp Kansas City, Kan./Blue Valley Northwest South Elgin, Ill./St. Charles North Kansas City, Kan.Blue Valley Northwest College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Friendswood, Texas/San Jacinto St. Junior College Marietta, Ga./Lassiter Houston, Texas/Clements Tampa, Fla./Cyrstal Beach Brampton, Ontaio/St. Augustine Secondary Parker, Colo./Ponderosa Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Beach Loganville, Ga./Georgia Perimeter College Columbia, S.C./Irmo Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Colegio Magnum Agostiniano Krnersville, N.C./East Forsyth Tynset, Norway/BI Norwegian School of Management Rio de Janero, Brazil/Fresno Pacific New Orleans, La./Grace King Houston, Texas/The Kincaid Humble, Texas/Westside New Orleans, La./Jesuit Anderson, S.C./TL Hanna Greenville, S.C./J.L. Mann Huntsville, Ala./Grissom Virginia Beach, Va./Kellam Den Haag, Holland/Coker College Rockville, Va./Patrick Henry South Elgin, Ill./St. Charles North Parker, Colo./Metro State College

Head Coach: Shaun Docking — 12th season at Coastal Carolina Assistant Coach: Kyle Russell — First season at Coastal Carolina Volunteer Assistant: China Maja — First season at Coastal Carolina Athletic Trainer: Teng Shi — First season at Coastal Carolina

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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COACHING STAFF

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

SHAUN DOCKING HEAD COACH 12TH YEAR AT COASTAL AKRON | 1988 Shaun Docking is entering his 12th 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 144-76-22 overall record, and a 59-19-6 Big South Conference record. Docking also carries an impressive post season resume, as he has brought Coastal Carolina four Big South Regular Season Championships, four Big South Tournament Championships and five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances from 2001-2005. Overall, he has posted a 164-95-24 record in 14 seasons as a head coach and has earned five Big South Coach of the Year awards. Docking led the 2009 Chanticleers to an undefeated 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 13-game, 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 in the semifinals after falling in penatly kicks to fourth-seeded Winthrop. In 2008, Docking guided Coastal Carolina to a 10-10-1 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 in the double-overtime heartbreaker, 4-3, in the championship game. In Docking’s 11 seasons at the helm for Coastal Carolina, the Chants have posted an astonishing 60-21-6 (.724) record at home. In 2007, Docking led the Chants to a 10-8-1 record and a perfect 6-0 in the Big South to earn him

his fifth Big South Coach of the Year honor and fifth Big South Regular season championship. Four seasons ago, Docking led the 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

THE DOCKING DOCKET SEASON TITLE OVERALL BIG SOUTH HIGHLIGHTS 1988-84 Richmond Assistant Coach — — 1995 VCU Assistant Coach — — 1996 Charleston Southern Head Coach 4-14-1 1-5-1 (8th) Coached one All-Conference selection 1997 Charleston Southern Head Coach 16-5-1 5-2-0 (2nd) Conference Champion; NCAA Tournament; Big South Coach of the Year 1998 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 7-9-2 3-3-0 (4th) Coached four All-Big South selections 1999 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 12-4-1 6-1-0 (2nd) Tied for regular season championship 2000 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 11-5-1 5-2-0 (1st) Regular season champion; Big South Coach of the Year 2001 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 10-8-3 3-2-2 (1st) Conference champion; NCAA Tournament 2002 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 19-3-2 6-1-0 (t-1st) NCAA At-Large; Big South Coach of the Year; Tied for regulas season title 2003 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 20-3-0 6-1-0 (1st) Conference champion; NCAA Tournament; Big South Coach of the Year 2004 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 14-8-1 4-3 (2nd) Big South Tournament champions; NCAA Tournament 2005 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 11-9-1 5-2 (3rd) Big South Tournament champions; Fifth consecutive NCAA Tounament 2006 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 11-7-2 5-2 (2nd) Coached three All-Big South selections 2007 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 10-8-1 6-0 (1st) First undefeated season in conference since 1989; Big South Coach of the Year 2008 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 10-10-1 5-2-1 (2nd) Coached three All-Tournament selections; Big South Tournament runner-up 2009 Coastal Carolina Head Coach 9-2-7 5-0-3 (1st) Won sixth Big South championship; coached seven All-Big South selections 11 years at Coastal Carolina 144-76-22 (.636) 59-19-6 (.730) Five NCAA Tournaments; Five Big South Coach of the Year awards 13 years overall 164-95-24 (.617) 65-26-7 (.689) Four Big South Tournament titles; Six Big South regular season titles

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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friendly confines of the Coastal Carolina Soccer Field, including a perfect 4-0 slate against league foes. The Chanticleers claimed the Big South Tournament championship for the fourth time in the last five years to make its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance in 2005. In 2004, Docking’s squad won the Big South Tournament to claim their spot in the NCAA Tournament. In 2003, Docking led the Chants to its best ever season, posting a school best 20-3 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. 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 coaching the Big South Player of the Year, Ngwenya. The program came full-circle in 2001 as the Chanticleers won their sixth Big South crown and made their third trip to a NCAA Tournament. CCU 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 Docking-led Chanticleers went 12-4-1 and placed

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

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. In addition to his five Big South Coach of the Year honors at Coastal Carolina, Docking has coached three NSCAA/adidas Division I All-Americans, seven NCAA All-Region performers, a NSCAA/adidas Scholar-Athlete of the Year selection, two NSCAA/ adidas Academic All-Americans, 41 All-Conference selections, 21 All-Tournament selections, three Big South Player’s of the Year, one Rookie of the Year, three Big South Tournament MVP’s, three BSC Scholar-Athlete’s of the Year, one M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalist and one Howard Bagwell Award winner. Nine of Docking’s former players have entered the pro ranks. After the 2004 season, Boyzzz Khumalo (2002-04) and Mubarike Chisoni (2001-04) were both drafted in the 2005 MLS draft. Khumalo was drafted 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 (19982001) 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, last year’s leading scorer and Big South Player of the Year, was selected 8th overall by the New England Revolution in the MLS Supplemental Draft. 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 CSU 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.

Seven Big South Players of the Year

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 is a 1988 graduate from the University of Akron (Ohio) 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. Docking also received his master’s degree in sports management from the University of Richmond in 1990. Following his collegiate career, Docking played four seasons with the USISL’s Richmond Kickers from 1992-1995. 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 oversees 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 recently married his wife, Jennifer, in April 2009.

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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COACHING STAFF

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COACHING STAFF

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

KYLE RUSSELL

CHINA MAJA

ASSISTANT COACH 1ST YEAR AT COASTAL COASTAL CAROLINA | 2009

ASSISTANT COACH 1ST YEAR AT COASTAL COASTAL CAROLINA | 2005

For mer Coastal Carolina defensive standout Kyle Russell begins his first season as an assistant coach in 2010. A four-year defender for the Chants from 200508, Russell drew 74 starts in the 78 games in which he appeared and currently ranks ninth alltime 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 championships 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. Russell began his coaching career last season 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 undefeated mark in conference play for just the fourth time in school history. He also recently coached a U-15 boy’s team in Myrtle Beach and has held several other coaching assignment duties over the past few months. Russell gradated from Coastal Carolina in 2009 with a degree in business management.

Nine Big South Conference Championships

For mer Coastal Carolina midfielder China Maja begins his first season as an assistant coach on Shaun Docking’s staff. His primary r esponsibilities will be geared toward the development of the Chanticleer forwards and midfielders. Maja played under Doc king at Coastal Carolina in 2004 and 2005 and helped the Chants win a pair of Big South Conference Championships to go along with two NCAA appearances. During his two seasons in teal, Baja helped Coastal post an overall record of 25-17-2 and a 9-5 mark inside the Big South. He finished his career with four assists. Baja began his coaching career in 2007 after beginning his own organization of club teams that began with just one team and increased to four. He recently served as head coach of a different club team of the Coast Futbol Alliance in the Myrtle Beach area prior to his appointment as assistant coach of the Chants. Baja graduated from Coastal Carolina in 2007 with a degree in marketing and earned his mater’s degree in finance from Webster University in 2009.

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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ALEX RUSSELL #2

AUSTIN EANES #3

SENIOR | DEFENDER 6-0 | 165 SOUTH ELGIN, ILL. ST. CHARLES NORTH

SENIOR | DEFENDER 5-8 | 150 KANSAS CITY, KAN. BLUE VALLEY NORTHWEST

2009: Started all 18 games and solidified the midfield en route to an All-Big South First Team selection … finished the season with three points on one goal and one assist … was named the Big South Co-Player of the Week (Sept. 29) after helping the Chants capture the Cal State Fullerton Tournament … selected to Big South All-Tournament Team after helping Coastal to the tournament semifinals … Recorded an assist in the opening game of the year against College of Charleston (Sept. 1) … scored the opening goal of the game in the Chanticleers’ 3-1 victory over Gardner-Webb (Oct. 7).

PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

2009: Stated 11 of the 17 games in which he played … A steady member of the midfield and backfield with tough defense ... Scored the game-winning goal against No. 25 Cal. State Northridge in the Cal State Fullerton Invitational to help the Chants win the tournament. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended the University of Evansville for two seasons … Played in six games as a freshman and one as a sophomore for the Purple Aces … Played club soccer for the Kansas City Wizards Juniors with current Chanticleer teammate Scott Angevine.

2008: Drew starts in 12 of the 19 games he played … Tallied a total of seven shots and recorded two on goal.

Personal: Full name is Austin Henry Eanes … Son of Lamont and Linda Eanes … Has one brother, Drew, who ran track at Drake University … Majoring in business management.

2007: Started 12 contests ... Was a key contributor on the backline as a true freshman. High School: Led the North Stars to the Illinois Elite Eight state finals during senior season … Anchored a defense that posted a school-record 13 shutouts in 2006 … All-State sectional and conference honoree. Club Experience: Played with the Chicago Magic Soccer Club, which ranked as the top boys club in the nation for three consecutive seasons by Soccer America … Was a 2005 and 2006 Illinois state champion. Personal: Full name is Alexander Stephen Russell … Son of Stephen and Angela Russell … Brother Joe is a sophomore on the Coastal Carolina men’s soccer team … Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year 2009 2008 2007 Career

GP-GS 18-18 19-12 15-12 52-42

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 5 7 0 12

Goals 1 0 0 1

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Assists 1 0 0 1

Points 3 0 0 3

GW 0 0 0 0

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 17-11 17-11

Seven Big South Players of the Year

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 5 5

Goals 1 1

Assists 1 1

Points 3 3

Five NSCAA All-Americans

GW 1 1

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PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 ROSS KELLY #7

JOE ANDERSON #9

SENIOR | DEFENDER 6-3 | 188 HOUSTON, TEXAS CLEMENTS

SENIOR | MIDFIELDER 6-1 | 155 BRAMPTON, ONTARIO ST. AUGUSTINE SECONDARY

2009: Drew starts in seven of the 17 games in which he appeared … Scored two goals and recorded one assist during the course of the season … Finished the year with 22 shots and a 0.91 shot percentage … Scored the game-winning goal in the Chanticleers’ 2-1 win at UNC Asheville (Oct. 31) … Tallied a season-high four shots against VMI (Oct. 23) … Registered an assist in Coastal Carolina’s 3-3 draw against Furman (Sept. 7).

2009: Earned Big South Player of the Week on Nov. 11 after scoring on a bicycle kick against Winthrop (Nov. 3) followed by a twogoal performance and the game-winning goal against Radford (Nov. 7) … Played in 17 games and started 10 … Finished the season with five goals and one assists to post a total of 11 points … Had 22 shots on the season.

2008: Physical presence on the pitch that earned him a second team All-Big South selection as a midfielder … Named to the Coastal Carolina/adidas and UNCW/ Jameson Inn All-Tournament squads … Played first eight games of the year at midfielder, tallying an assist in a 2-1 victory over Charlotte (Sept. 12) … Moved to striker in the ninth game of season and scored his first goal of the campaign against VMI (Sept. 28) … Scored a pair of goals in a 2-1 victory over Liberty (Oct. 3) … Registered the game-winning goal against Presbyterian (Oct. 29).

High School: At St. Augustine Secondary won the ROPSAA, OFSSAA championships and won final MVP... Brampton Centennial MVP/ scorer in his sophomore year. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended Cornerstone University in 2006-2008 and was Second Team All-WACH. Club Experience: Played for Erun Mills. Personal: Full Name is Joseph Andre Anderson ... Son of Harold and Violet Anderson ... majoring in accounting.

2007: Started 10 contests ... Tallied four shots on goal ... Scored first collegiate goal against UNC Asheville (Oct. 3) ... Registered two assists during the season ... Named to the Diadora/Spinz Furman Invitational Tournament team. High School: Played for the Rangers of Clements High School and served as team captain. Club Experience: Played on US Regional ODP team against competition including France, Japan and Spain … Served as captain for Club Texas Premier Revolution. Personal: Full name is Ross Daniel Kelly ... Son of John and Lisa Kelly ... Born in Kuala Lumper, Malaysia ... Majoring in recreation and sports management.

Year 2009 2008 2007 Career

GP-GS 17-7 21-21 15-10 53-38

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 22 54 11 87

Goals 2 5 2 9

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Assists 1 3 2 6

Points 5 13 6 24

GW 1 2 0 3

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 17-10 17-10

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 22 22

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Goals 5 5

Assists 1 1

Points 11 11

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

GW 1 1

8


MATT SCHROEDER #10

SCOTT ANGEVINE #0

SENIOR | MIDFIELDER 6-1 | 173 PARKER, COLO. PONDEROSA

JUNIOR | GOALKEEPER 5-11 | 190 KANSAS CITY, KAN. BLUE VALLEY NORTHWEST

2009: Selected to the AllBig South Second Team ... Drew starts in 13 of the 15 games in which he played … Paced the Chanticleers with 12 points on five goals and two assists … Earned Big South Player of the Week accolades on Oct. 27 after scoring two goals, including a game-winner against VMI (Oct. 23)… Tied for first on the team and fourth in the Big South with two gamewinning goals … Scored game-winning goals at Winthrop (Nov. 3) and against VMI in overtime (Oct. 23) … Posted a four-game goal streak from - … Tallied a career-high two goals at Winthrop … Registered 19 shots on the year… Had the lone goal in the 1-1 tie at Presbyterian (Oct. 21).

2009: Was an All-Big South first team selection … Named to the Big South Conference All-Tournament team … Appeared in a total of 11 games and drew nine starts … Finished the season undefeated with a 7-0-6 overall record … Paced the team with 30 saves … Ranked second in the Big South with a 0.65 goals against average … Stood second in the conference with a .795 save percentage … Ended the season third in the league with a total of four shutouts … Helped Coastal finish second as a team in the Big South with just 20 goals allowed.

2008: One of three Chants to start all 21 games on the season …Was a mainstay in the central midfield … Scored the game-winning goal in the first round of the Big South Tournament against Radford to advance Coastal Carolina to the tournament semifinals … Had a pair of assists in a 4-2 victory over Presbyterian (Oct. 29) … Took three shots on goal and 12 overall on the season.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended Northern Illinois University.

PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

2008: Redshirted due to injury.

2007: Named to the Big South All-Freshman squad ... Started 10 of 11 contests ... Vital part of defense that posted five shutouts ... Named to the UNCW/ Jameson Inn Classic All-Tournament and Diadora/Spinx Furman Invitational Tournament team. High School: Totaled 10 goals and 11 assists during senior campaign … Honorable Mention All-State honoree … Four-year varsity starter … First Team All-League selection following senior season … Tabbed as an Honorable Mention All-League selection after junior year. Club Experience: Played for U18 Real National.

High School: Four-year starter ... NSCAA All-American nominee ... Named to the Top Dawg All-Tournament team on four occasions ...Captained the Huskies his senior year and led the team to a class 6A championship ... Named Eastern Kansas League Goalie of the Year ...Four-time All-Sunflower Conference honoree ... Also participated in football and earned All-Eastern Kansas League honors as both a kicker and punter. Club Experience: Played club soccer for the Kansas City Wizards junior squad alongside former Chanticleer Kelly Porter ... Led the team to cup championships in 2005, 2007 and 2008 ... Member of a team that was crowned regional champion in 2008 and national runners-up. Personal: Full name is Scott Edward Angevine ... Son of Kerry and Julie Angevine ... Majoring in political science major.

Personal: Full name is Matthew Gregory Schroeder ... Son of Charles and Martha Schroeder ... Majoring in business. Year 2009 2008 2007 Career

GP-GS 15-13 21-21 11-10 47-44

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 20 12 2 34

Goals 5 1 0 6

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Assists 2 2 0 4

Points 12 4 0 16

GW 2 1 0 3

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 13-10 13-10

Seven Big South Players of the Year

CAREER STATISTICS

Min 1254:48 1254:48

GAA 0.65 0.65

Saves W 35 7 35 7

L 0 0

T 6 6

Five NSCAA All-Americans

Sho. 4 4

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PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 JACOB DOWNEY #4

CYPRIAN HEDRICK #5

JUNIOR | MIDFIELDER 5-11 | 173 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS A&M CONSOLIDATED

JUNIOR | MIDFIELDER 5-10 | 170 FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS SAN JACINTO STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE

2009: Saw action in a total of 16 games and earned a start in six of those contests from his midfield position … finished the season with one shot.

2009: Drew starts as a midfielder in 15 of the 16 games in which he appeared … fired six shots and finished the season with two points on one goal … scored the first goal of the game in the Chanticleers’ 2-1 win over Cal State Northridge to help Coastal claim the Cal State Fullerton Tournament Title.

2008: Started nine of 13 contests in the central midfield for the Chanticleers … Played as a reserve on four occasions … Registered a shot on goal in the 2-1 loss to Gardner-Webb (Oct. 12). High School: Was a threeyear varsity letterwinner in soccer and served as captain his senior year for the Tigers ... Tabbed first team All-District and District MVP senior year ... Was a first team All-District honoree his junior year after being named Honorable Mention All-District as a sophomore ... Played freshman basketball during his high school career. Club Experience: Played club soccer for the TFC Texans 89/90 Red as well as 90 South Texas ODP Team ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and on the “A” Honor Roll.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended San Jacinto South Junior College in Houston, Texas for two years. High School: Earned AllDistrict honors as a junior and senior for the Clearbrook Wolverines … Led his team in goals scored and earned team MVP honors during senior campaign … Played club soccer for the Texas Heat. Personal: Full name is Cyprian Ntuinsock Hedrick … Son of Arlan and Susanna Hedrick … Majoring in sports management.

Personal: Full name is Jacob Gregory Downey ... Son of James and Linda Downey ... Majoring in finance.

Year 2009 2008 Career

GP-GS 16-6 13-9 29-15

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 1 1 2

Goals 0 0 0

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Assists 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 16-15 16-15

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 6 6

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Goals 1 1

Assists 0 0

Points 2 2

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

GW 0 0

10


ROBBIE McRIGHT #6

LEVI CURNUTTE #8

JUNIOR | DEFENDER 6-1 | 188 MARIETTA, GA. LASSITER

JUNIOR | DEFENDER 5-10 | 186 TAMPA, FLA. CRYSTAL BEACH

2009: Redshirted due to injury.

2009: Appeared in 16 games and drew 15 starts as a defender … helped anchor a Chanticleer backline that finished third in the Big South with five shutouts … helped Coastal finish second in the league by allowing just 20 goals for an average of just 1.11 goals per game … played an instrumental role in helping the Chanticleers finish second in the conference with a 1.02 goals against average.

2008: Started 15 of the 21 games in which he played on defense … Scored the game-tying goal in a 2-1 victory over College of Charleston on (Nov. 1) … Took five shots on goal on the season … Key member of a defense that was tied for first in the Big South in shutouts with five. 2007: Started 10 contests as a true freshman ... Scored game-winning goals against VMI (Sept. 29) and High Point (Oct. 28) ...Registered an assist in a 5-0 victory over UNC Asheville (10-2).

2008: Played in 11 games on the season and started seven on defense … Took four shots on the year and recorded two on net.

High School: Served as captain of the Lassiter team during senior season … Led the squad in goals and finished second in assists during junior campaign … Attended Riverside High School in Greenville, S.C., during freshman and sophomore year and led the team in goals and assists each season. Club Experience: Played for five state championship teams (four in S.C. and one in Ga.) … Two-time member of the S.C. ODP team … Played for the Cobb FC Gold team in 2006. Personal: Full name is Robert James McRight ... Son of Mike and Susie McRight … Dad Mike played on the Oklahoma State golf team ... Majoring in history.

Year 2009 2008 2007 Career

GP-GS 1-0 21-15 13-10 35-25

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 0 9 4 13

PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

Goals 0 1 2 3

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Assists 0 0 1 1

Points 0 2 5 7

GW 0 0 2 2

2007: Appeared in three contests and drew two starts ... Reshirted the season. High School: Helped the Hurricanes to a district and regional championship and a state runner-up finish during senior season … Served as team captain for two years … Totaled 19 goals and 31 assists during his career … Key member of the Class 5A state championship team during junior year … Also was a member of the swimming and track team. Personal: Full name is Levi Broaddus Curnutte ... Son of Ora and Susan Curnutte … Mother Susan swam at Oklahoma State … Brother Josh swims at East Carolina ... Majoring in marine science.

Year 2009 2008 2007 Career

GP-GS 16-15 11-7 3-2 30-24

Seven Big South Players of the Year

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 0 4 0 4

Goals 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0 0

Five NSCAA All-Americans

GW 0 0 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 SEAN MCCORMICK #11

LEO MUKOFSKY #14

SOPHOMORE| FORWARD 6-0 | 175 MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. MYRTLE BEACH

SOPHOMORE| MIDFIELDER 5-9 | 141 COLUMBIA, S.C. IRMO

2009: 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. High School: 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.

2009: Earned starts in the midfield in five of the eleven games he competed in ... finished the season with two points after scoring a goal on his lone shot of the season … tallied his first collegiate goal in the Chanticleers’ 1-1 draw with Winthrop in the semifinals of the Big South Tournament. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Irmo High School … Member of the 2008 South Carolina State Regional Champion ODP team … Plays club soccer for the Columbia United Football Club … Honor roll student. Personal: Full name is Leo Hsien Mukofsky … Son of Stewart and Melinda Mukofsky … Majoring in business finance.

Personal: Full name is Sean Patrick McCormick … Son of Timothy and Kathleen McCormick … Father played baseball at Catholic University from 1973-77 … Undecided on a major.

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 11-7 11-7

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 7 7

Goals 0 0

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Assists 0 0

Points 0 0

GW 0 0

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 11-5 11-5

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 1 1

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Goals 1 1

Assists 0 0

Points 2 2

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

GW 0 0

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ZACH BOYER #16

LUIS FAZ #21

SOPHOMORE| MIDFIELDER 5-9 | 159 KERNERSVILLE, N.C. EAST FORSYTH

SOPHOMORE| MIDFIELDER 5-6 | 133 HUMBLE, TEXAS WESTSIDE

2009: Earned the starting nod from his midfield position in seven of the eight games he competed in … tallied two shots during the course of the year. High School: Four-year starter at midfield for the Eagles … All-Region 7 and All-Metro 4A honoree … Served as team captain during senior year… Helped lead team to North Carolina State semifinals (once) and quarterfinals (twice) … Member of the North Carolina ODP team and Greensboro Youth Soccer Academy (2007-2009) … Also played football as a placekicker for three seasons and totaled 130 career points for the three-time conference champions … National Honor Society and Honor Roll member. Personal: Full name is Zachary Bryce Boyer … Son of Kent and Beth Boyer … Majoring in education.

PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010

2009: Started all 17 games in which he appeared as a midfielder … Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team … finished the season tied for second on the team with three assists … turned in a pair of assists in the Chanticleers’ 3-1 win at Winthrop (Nov. 3) … tallied another assist in the following game in a 3-1 win over Radford (Nov. 7). High School: In his junior year was honored with a Second Team All District selection … Was a First Team All-District Soccer member as a freshman and sophomore … Named to the ESP Adidas All Star Team in 2004. Other Experience: Called to the MLS Combine in 2007... Played for the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Regional III team in 2003-04 and the ODP South Texas team where he served as team captain. Personal: Full name is Luis Angel Faz … Son of Alejandro Faz and Maria Faz and brother of Alejandro Faz ... Majoring in visual arts.

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 8-7 8-7

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 2 2

Goals 0 0

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Assists 0 0

Points 0 0

GW 0 0

Year 2009 Career

GP-GS 17-17 17-17

Seven Big South Players of the Year

CAREER STATISTICS

Shots 18 18

Goals 0 0

Assists 3 3

Points 3 3

Five NSCAA All-Americans

GW 0 0

13


PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 DANNY MERRIMAN #0

PEDRO RIBEIRO #15

FRESHMAN| GOALKEEPER 6-0 | 175 PEORIA, ILL. DUNLAP

FRESHMAN| MIDFIELDER 6-3 | 213 BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL COLEGIO MAGNUM AGOSTINIANO

High School: Four-year letterwinner as a keeper at Dunlap High School under head coach Allen Hansen … Served as the team’s starting goalkeeper in each of his four seasons with the Eagles … Turned a total of 42 shutouts during a three-year span … Earned first team All-Conference accolades in 2008 … Selected to the All-Conference second team in 2007 … Was tabbed Honorable Mention All-Area by the Peoria Journal Star in 2007 … Helped lead the Eagles to the state finals in 2006 … Member of a Dunlap High School team that won Mid-Illini Conference Championship in 2006 and 2007 … Played an instrumental role in leading the Eagles to regional championships from 2006-08.

High School: Played at Colegio Magnum Agostiniano in Belo Horizonte, Brazil under head coach Marcelo Vilhena. Personal: Full name is Pedro Nezio de Aravio Lopes Ribeiro … Son of Jose Thome Nezio and Fatima Cristina de A.L. Nezio Ribeiro … Major is undecided.

Club Experience: Played keeper for FC Peoria under head coach Jason Pena … Was named the Outstanding High School Goalkeeper at the 2007 Indiana Soccer Camp … Helped his team capture the Best of the Midwest tournament title in 2008 … Member of the 2008 team that reached the finals of the regional US Club Soccer. Personal: Full name is Daniel Dewayne Merriman … Son of Dewayne and Katie Merriman … Majoring in marketing.

RICHARD CAYONNE #12 JUNIOR| DEFENDER 6-3 | 180 LOGANVILLE, GA. GEORGIA PERIMETER COLLEGE

KRISTOFFER SANDTROEN #17 FRESHMAN| DEFENDER 6-1 | 162 TYNSET, NORWAY BI NORWEGIAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Transferred from Georgia Perimeter College … Tabbed an All-American first team selection and an All-Region … Named to the All-Region second team in 2008 … Helped Georgia Perimeter College reach the finals of the 2009 NJCAA Tournament.

Club Experience: Played for Tynset IF and helped his team finish in second place two times 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.

Personal: Full name is Richard Dwayne Cayonne … Son of Winston and Mary Cayonne … Majoring in business management.

High School: Played right back at Nord-Osterdal Videregaende Skole in Norway. Personal: Full name is Kristoffer Sandtroen … Son of Magne Sandtroen and Kari Fasetbru … Majoring in business management.

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

14


RODRIGO VIANNA #18

EDRIC MARTINEZ #20

SOPHOMORE| FORWARD 5-11 | 187 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL FRESNO PACIFIC

FRESHMAN| FORWARD 5-11 | 140 HOUSTON, TEXAS THE KINCAID SCHOOL

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Spent one season at Fresno Pacific University as a forward under head coach Jaime Ramirez … Selected to the All-Golden State Athletic Conference first team in 2009 … Won the team’s Best Offensive Player Award … Finished the season first on the team with 14 goals … Ended the year second on the team with five assists … Totaled 33 points to pace the Sunbirds … Tallied three game-winning goals.

High School: Four-year letterwinner as a midfielder at The Kinkaid School … Served as team captain during his senior and junior seasons … Earned AllSouthwest Preparatory Conference accolades as a junior and senior … Paced the Falcons in goals scored as a senior and led the teams in assists in each of his four seasons … Was an All-Conference selection as a sophomore and finished second on the Falcons in goals scored.

High School: Attended Colegio Alfa Recreio High School in Rio de Janeiro.

Club Experience: Played for LAFC Houstonians from 2001-09 and STX ODP in 2006 & 2008 … Was a member of the Region III ODP team from 2008-10 and traveled to Argentina … Played in the Surf Cup and the Disney Showcase Championship with his team … Participated in the Region III Championships in 2009 and took part in the Plano Tournament.

Personal: Full name is Rodrigo Vianna Ferreira … Son of Arapuan Batista Ferreira and Ana Maria Pedroso Vianna … Majoring in business.

Personal: Full name is Edric Martinez … Son of David and Maria Martinez … Majoring in chemistry.

JUSTIN PORTILLO #19

JORDAN SCHWARTZ #22

SOPHOMORE| MIDFIELDER 5-5 | 125 NEW ORLEANS, LA. GRACE KING

FRESHMAN| DEFENDER 5-7 | 160 NEW ORLEANS, LA. JESUIT

Club Experience: 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. Personal: Full name is Justin Jose Portillo … Son of Jose Portillo and Jenny Delgado … Majoring in marine science.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Jesuit High School under head coach Hubey Collins. Club Experience: Part of four Louisiana State Club Championship squads … Participated in the 2009 Louisiana ODP … Was a 2008 and 2006 Region Premier League Finalists … 2008 and 2007 Gulf Coast Cup Champions in U16 … Was a 2007 Region III Premier League Semi Finalists. Personal: Full name is Jordan Teller Schwartz … Son of Dann and Colette Schwartz … Majoring in marketing.

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Five NSCAA All-Americans

15

PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010


PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 DENT WISE #23

ZACH CLARK #25

FRESHMAN| MIDFIELD 5-7 | 150 ANDERSON, S.C. TL HANNA

FRESHMAN| MIDFIELD 5-10 | 190 HUNTSVILLE, ALA. GRISSOM

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Hanna High School as a midfielder under head coach Dick Smith … Was an All-State and All-Region selection from 200809 … Voted as Hanna High School MVP as a junior and senior … Tabbed as the Yellowjackets’ Best Defender in 2008. Club Experience: Played for the Carolina Elite Soccer Academy Boys 91 Premier team from 2004-10 under head coach Andrew Hyslop … Served as team captain from 2006-09 and was nominated from team MVP in 2006 & 2007 … Attended the 2008 Region III ODP trip to Barcelona, Spain. Personal: Full name is Jace Dentin Wise … Son of Sloan and Gwen Wise … Majoring in business.

High School: Served as team captain at Grissom High School under head coach Steve Von Lorn. Club Experience: Played on the Huntsville Soccer Club Blue Strikers … Member of a two-time Alabama Disvion I State Championship team … Was a five-time participant in the Alabama Division I State tournament Finals … Was a region III Premier League Finalist … Traveled to Bolivia to the Premier Soccer Academy and competed in the Mundialito Tournament hosted by the Tahuichi Academy … Member of the Region III ODP in 2008 and 2009 … Was one of six players selected to train with the Tigers’ professional organization in Mexico. Personal: Full name is Zachary Martin Clark … Son of Morty and Christie Clark … Majoring in resort tourism management.

MAC KOWALESKI #24

ROHEN GRESALFI #26

FRESHMAN| DEFENDER 6-0 | 185 GREENVILLE, S.C. J.L. MANN

FRESHMAN| MIDFIELDER 5-7 | 145 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. KELLAM

High School: Played at J.L. Mann High School under head coach Karl Casida. Club Experience: Played on CESA (Carolina Elite Soccer Academy) for eight years … Played on nine State Championship club teams … Member of five regional championships … Selected as U18 Club MVP. Personal: Full name is Mac Douglas Kowaleski … Son of Bill and Tammy Kowaleski … Majoring in finance.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Kellam High School under head coach Craig Powers … Tallied 13 goals and 15 assists as a senior and was named alldistrict first team, all-region second team and was named team MVP … Scored eight goals and added 10 assists as a junior en route to all-district first team honors … Finished with six goals and five assists as a sophomore and was all-district second team … Recorded three goals and five assists as a freshman … Helped lead the Knights to three district championships. Club Experience: Played on the Eastern Regional Championship team, ODP Region I Team and VCCL League Championships … Played for the United States Soccer Development Academy for four years … Participated in the Virginia State ODP, U14 VCCL Team, U15 Virginia Rush Nike Team, U16 Virginia Rush Academy Team (Developmental Player), and U16 Virginia Rush Academy Team … Only freshman varsity letter winner in his class …Took part in the 2007 Dallas Cup … Played with the ODP in Germany … Member of the ODP Region One Championship team. Personal: Full name is Rohen Thomas Gresalfi … Son of Mitch and Dolores Gresalfi … Majoring in marine science.

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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SEBASTIAN BAHOS #27

ROBBY JOE DANIELS #29

FRESHMAN| FORWARD 5-8 | 140 DEN HAAG, HOLLAND COKER COLLEGE

FRESHMAN| DEFENDER 5-9 | 169 ROCKVILLE, VA. PATRICK HENRY

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Spent one season at Coker College and appeared in seven goals for the Cobras … Finished the season with four shots. High School: 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. Club Experience: Played for the Houston Dynamo Academy Team … Selected to the all-district first team in 2008 … Was also 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.

High School: 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 different times. Personal: Full name is Robert Joe Daniels … Son of Robert and Susan Daniels … Majoring in business management.

Personal: Full name is Sebastian Bahor … Son of Robert Bottinga and Patricia Bahor … Majoring in resort tourism management.

JOEY RUSSELL #30

JEFF CHEEVER #31

FRESHMAN| DEFENDER 6-0 | 155 SOUTH ELGIN, ILL. ST. CHARLES NORTH

SOPHOMORE| MIDFIELDER 5-11 | 180 DENVER, COLO. METRO STATE COLLEGE

2009: Redshirted the season.

2010: Will sit out the 2010 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

2008: Redshirted the season.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Transferred to Coastal Carolina from Metro State College in Denver, Colo.

High School: Lettered three seasons for St. Charles North ... Named All Conference junior and senior year ... Helped St. Charles North to a 2006 regional championship ... member of a team that claimed the Elite 8 Regional Championship in 2007. Club Experience: Played for the Chicago Magic squad that was tabbed Illinois Regional and State Champions after placing third at nationals ... Helped the Magic become 2006 Midwest Regional Champions and State Cup Champions ... Also played for the Rockford Raptors from 2007-08. Personal: Full name is Joseph Stephen Russell ... Son of Stephen and Angela Russell ... Has two older brothers, Alex, who is a member of the Coastal Carolina men’s soccer team and Kyle, who serves as the team’s assistant coach ... Majoring in computer science.

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Club Experience: Played for the Real Colorado National and the Real Colorado Development Academy Team. High School: Two-year letterwinner at Ponderosa High School under head coach Jim Engels … Finished his career with eight goals and 15 assists for the Mustangs … Recorded three goals and nine assists as a senior … Tallied five goals and six assists as a junior. Personal: Full name is Jeff David Cheever … Son of David and Darlene Cheever … Majoring in recreation and sports management.

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Five NSCAA All-Americans

17

PLAYER PROFILES

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010


OPPONENTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON COUGARS Sept. 25 | Conway, S.C.

HIGH POINT PANTHERS Oct. 27 | Conway, S.C.

UNC ASHEVILLE BULLDOGS Oct. 13 | Asheville, N.C.

Location: ..............................................................Charleston, S.C. Colors: .................................................................Maroon & White Conference:.................................................................... Southern Athletic Director: ...............................................................Joe Hull Head Coach: ............................................................. Ralph Lundy Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 395-258-40/35 Record at School/Years: ..................................... 265-187-27/24 Assistant Coaches:............................Troy Lesesne, Keith Wiggins 2009 Record: ................................................................. 11-10-0 2009 Conference Record/Finish:................................. 5-2-0/2nd Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 7/4 Men’s Soccer SID: ...................................................... Nick Vlattas SID Phone: ............................................................ 843.953.5465 SID Email:...................................................... vlattasan@cofc.edu Website: ....................................................... www.CofCSports.com

Location: .............................................................. High Point, N.C. Colors: .................................................................. Purple & White Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: ........................................................ Craig Keilitz Head Coach: ...........................................................Dustin Fonder Overall Record/Years: ..................................................23-29-6/3 Record at School/Years: ..............................................23-29-6/3 Assistant Coaches:...................................John Trice, Zac Gibbens 2009 Record: ......................................................................9-7-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:................................. 5-1-2/2nd Starters Returning/Lost: ...................................................... 10/1 Men’s Soccer SID: .......................................................Joe Arancio SID Phone: ............................................................ 336.841.4638 SID Email:................................................jarancio@highpoint.edu Website: ........................................... www.highpointpanthers.com

Location: .................................................................Asheville, N.C. Colors: ............................................................ Royal Blue & White Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: ..........................................................Janet Cone Head Coach: ................................................................. Matt Kern Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 149-177-19/18 Record at School/Years: ........................................... First Season Assistant Coach: .........................................................Joe Burnett 2009 Record: ....................................................................6-12-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 2-5-1/6th Starters Returning/Lost: ...................................................... 11/0 Men’s Soccer SID: ......................................................... Mike Gore SID Phone: ............................................................ 828.251.6923 SID Email:......................................................... mgore@unca.edu Website: ................................................... www.uncabulldogs.com

ELON PHOENIX Sept. 19 | Elon, N.C.

HOWARD BISON Sept. 10 | Conway, S.C.

NC STATE WOLFPACK Oct. 20 | Raleigh, N.C.

Location: ........................................................................Elon, N.C. Colors: .................................................................. Maroon & Gold Conference:.................................................................... Southern Athletic Director: ......................................................... Dave Blank Head Coach: ...........................................................Darren Powell Overall Record/Years: ................................................47-41-11/5 Record at School/Years: ............................................47-41-11/5 Assistant Coaches:............................... Chris Little, Justin Hughes 2009 Record: ....................................................................10-8-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:..................................4-2-0/3rd Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 5/6 Men’s Soccer SID: .................................................Erica Roberson SID Phone: ............................................................ 336.278.6711 SID Email:................................................. eroberson2@elon.edu Website: ..................................................... www.elonphoenix.com

Location: .............................................................Washington, D.C. Colors: ......................................................................Blue & White Conference:.........................................Atlantic Soccer Conference Athletic Director: ..................................................... Charles Gibbs Head Coach: .....................................................Michael Lawrence Overall Record/Years: ....................................................4-28-5/2 Record at School/Years: ................................................4-28-5/2 Assistant Coaches:......................Michel Okoh, Carlington Harvey 2009 Record: ....................................................................3-12-3 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.........................................1-1-2 Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 6/2 Men’s Soccer SID: .................................................. Edward Hill, Jr. SID Phone: ............................................................ 202.806.7182 SID Email:.........................................................ehill@howard.edu Website: ...................................................www.howard-bison.com

Location: ...................................................................Raleigh, N.C. Colors: .......................................................................Red & White Conference:............................................................................. ACC Athletic Director: .........................................................Debbie Yow Head Coach: .......................................................George Tarantini Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 224-189-41/24 Record at School/Years: ..................................... 224/189/41/24 Assistant Coach: ...........................................................Dan Popik 2009 Record: ....................................................................13-7-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 2-5-1/7th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 4/7 Men’s Soccer SID: ................................................ Brian Reinhardt SID Phone: ............................................................ 919.515.8953 SID Email:...........................................brian_reinhardt@ncsu.edu Website: .............................................................www.GoPack.com

GARDNER-WEBB BULLDOGS Oct. 16 | Boiling Springs, N.C.

LIBERTY FLAMES Oct. 1 | Lynchburg, Va.

UNC WILMINGTON SEAHAWKS Sept. 28 | Wilmington, N.C.

Location: .......................................................Boiling Springs, N.C. Colors: .......................................................................Red & Black Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: .......................................................Chuck Burch Head Coach: .............................................................. Tony Setzer Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 155-247-27/22 Record at School/Years: ..................................... 155-247-27/22 Assistant Coach: ....................................................Tyler Kettering 2009 Record: ......................................................................8-6-3 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 4-3-1/5th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 7/4 Men’s Soccer SID: .......................................................Kevin Davis SID Phone: ............................................................ 704.406.3981 SID Email:.......................................... kldavis@gardner-webb.edu Website: ........................................................www.gwusports.com

Location: ............................................................... Lynchburg, Va. Colors: ..............................................................Red, White & Blue Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: ..........................................................Jeff Barber Head Coach: .................................................................. Jeff Alder Overall Record/Years: ................................................87-66-15/9 Record at School/Years: ............................................87-66-15/9 Assistant Coach: .........................................................Dean Short 2009 Record: ....................................................................12-5-3 2009 Conference Record/Finish:..................................4-2-2/3rd Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 7/4 Men’s Soccer SID: .............................................. Ryan Bomberger SID Phone: ............................................................ 434.582.2292 SID Email:...............................................rbomberger@liberty.edu Website: .................................................. www.LibertyFlames.com

Location: ............................................................. Wilmington, N.C. Colors: .............................................................. Teal, Navy & Gold Conference:.......................................Colonial Athletic Association Athletic Director: ................................................... Kelly Mehrtens Head Coach: ........................................................... Aidan Heaney Overall Record/Years: ........................................... 104-94-15/11 Record at School/Years: ............................................83-77-16/9 Assistant Coaches:.............................Steve Magee, Kenny Bundy 2009 Record: ....................................................................14-3-5 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 8-0-3/1st Starters Returning/Lost: ...................................................... 10/1 Men’s Soccer SID: .....................................................Tom Riordan SID Phone: ............................................................ 910.962.4099 SID Email:.......................................................riordant@uncw.edu Website: .....................................................www.UNCWsports.com

GEORGE WASHINTGON COLONELS Sept. 17 | Washington, D.C.

MARYLAND TERRAPINS Nov. 5 | College Park, Md.

OLD DOMINION MONARCHS Sept. 4 | Richmond, Va.

Location: .............................................................Washington, D.C. Colors: ........................................................................Buff & Blue Conference:..................................................................Atlantic 10 Athletic Director: ........................................................Jack Kvancz Head Coach: ......................................................... George Lidster Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 188-175-49/22 Record at School/Years: ..................................... 188-175-49/22 Assistant Coach: ................................................... Ryan Sniegoski 2009 Record: ....................................................................10-8-0 2009 Conference Record/Finish:................................4-5-0/t-9th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 5/6 Men’s Soccer SID: ....................................................Jesse Hooker SID Phone: ............................................................ 202.994.8604 SID Email:.........................................................jhooker@gwu.edu Website: ......................................................... www.GWsports.com

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Location: ........................................................... College Park, Md. Colors: .................................................Red, Black, White & Yellow Conference:............................................................................. ACC Athletic Director: .......................................................Randy Eaton Head Coach: ...........................................................Steve Cirovski Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 277-120-28/19 Record at School/Years: ..................................... 251-108-22/17 Assistant Coaches:...............Brian Rowland, Michael Dello-Russo 2009 Record: ....................................................................15-6-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 4-2-2/4th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 9/2 Men’s Soccer SID: ............................................................Jodi Fick SID Phone: ............................................................ 301.314.7064 SID Email:.............................................................. jfick@umd.edu Website: ........................................................... www.umterps.com

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Location: .....................................................................Norfolk, Va. Colors: ............................................. Slate Blue, Sky Blue & Silver Conference:.......................................Colonial Athletic Association Athletic Director: .................................................... Dr. Wood Selig Head Coach: .............................................................Alan Dawson Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 278-112-33/22 Record at School/Years: ....................................... 149-82-23/13 Assistant Coach: ................................................... Ryan Sniegoski 2009 Record: ....................................................................11-5-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 6-3-2/4th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 6/5 Men’s Soccer SID: .............................................. Carol Hudson, Jr. SID Phone: ............................................................ 757.683.3372 SID Email:........................................................chudson@odu.edu Website: .......................................................www.ODUSports.com

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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VCU RAMS Sept. 6 | Richmond, Va.

WINTHROP EAGLES Oct. 23 | Conway, S.C.

Location: .................................................................... Clinton, S.C. Colors: .........................................................Royal Blue & Garnett Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: ........................................................Brian Reese Head Coach: .......................................................... Bret Boulware Overall Record/Years: ............................................. 74-82-19/10 Record at School/Years: ......................................... 74-82-19/10 Assistant Coach: ..................................................Brandon Tucker 2009 Record: ....................................................................2-14-3 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 2-4-2/6th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 7/4 Men’s Soccer SID: ................................................... AJ Henderson SID Phone: ............................................................ 864.833.8252 SID Email:.................................................ajhenders@presby.edu Website: ..................................................... www.GoBlueHose.com

Location: ................................................................ Richmond, Va. Colors: ......................................................................Black & Gold Conference:.......................................Colonial Athletic Association Athletic Director: ................................................ Norwood Teague Head Coach: ..............................................................Dave Giffard Overall Record/Years: ............................................... First Season Record at School/Years: ........................................... First Season Assistant Coach: ......................................Ryan Pratt, Brett Teach 2009 Record: ....................................................................5-10-2 2009 Conference Record/Finish:................................2-8-1/10th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 6/5 Men’s Soccer SID: ..................................................Mitchell Moore SID Phone: ............................................................ 804.828.8496 SID Email:......................................................mooreml3@vcu.edu Website: ...................................................... www.vcuathletics.com

Location: ..................................................................Rock Hill, S.C. Colors: ....................................................................Garnet & Gold Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: ......................................................Tom Hickman Head Coach: .........................................................Rick Posipanko Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 333-219-50/31 Record at School/Years: ..................................... 216-170-30/21 Assistant Coach: ................................................Daniel Ridenhour 2009 Record: ....................................................................11-6-4 2009 Conference Record/Finish:............................... 4-2-2/t-3rd Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 6/5 Men’s Soccer SID: ....................................................Brett Redden SID Phone: ............................................................ 803.323.2129 SID Email:................................................ reddenb@winthrop.edu Website: ................................................ www.winthropeagles.com

RADFORD HIGHLANDERS Oct. 30 | Radford, Va.

VMI KEYDETS Oct. 3 | Lexington, Va.

WOFFORD TERRIERS Sept. 12 | Conway, S.C.

Location: ................................................................... Radford, Va. Colors: .......................................................................Red & White Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: .................................................Robert Lineburg Head Coach: .............................................................Marc Reeves Overall Record/Years: ............................................... First Season Record at School/Years: ........................................... First Season Assistant Coach: ...................................................Maciej Sliwinski 2009 Record: ......................................................................5-9-3 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 1-4-3/8th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 8/3 Men’s Soccer SID: .......................................................Joey Beeler SID Phone: ............................................................ 540.831.5726 SID Email:.................................................. jwbeeler@radford.edu Website: ...............................................www.RadfordAthletics.com

Location: .................................................................Lexington, Va. Colors: ........................................................... Red, White & Yellow Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Director: ....................................................... Donny White Head Coach: ...............................................................Richie Rose Overall Record/Years: ............................................... First Season Record at School/Years: ........................................... First Season Assistant Coach: ..................................................................... N/A 2009 Record: ....................................................................2-15-1 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 1-7-0/8th Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 9/2 Men’s Soccer SID: ..................................................... Scott Kemps SID Phone: ............................................................ 540.464.7514 SID Email:.................................................. kempssm10@vmi.edu Website: ....................................................... www.vmikeydets.com

Location: ...........................................................Spartanburg, S.C. Colors: ................................................................Old Gold & Black Conference:.................................................................... Southern Athletic Director: .............................................Richard A. Johnson Head Coach: ............................................................ Ralph Polson Overall Record/Years: ......................................... 214-119-29/19 Record at School/Years: ..............................................18-15-3/2 Assistant Coaches:.............................Barry Slagle, Carlos Osorio 2009 Record: ....................................................................12-3-3 2009 Conference Record/Finish:.................................. 5-1-1/1st Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................ 6/5 Men’s Soccer SID: .......................................................Ty Osborne SID Phone: ............................................................ 864.597.4098 SID Email:............................................. osbornewb@wofford.edu Website: ................................................... www.woffordterrier.com

COASTAL CAROLINA VS. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent Adelphi Akron Alabama A&M Alabama-Birmingham Albany Allen American Anderson Appalachian State Armstong State Atlantic Christian Augusta Belmont Abbey Benedict Berry Birm.-Southern Boca Raton Bowling Green Bradley Brooklyn California Poly State Cal State Northridge Cal State Fullerton Campbell Catawba Central Florida Central Wesleyan Charleston Southern Charlotte The Citadel Clayton State Clemson Coker

Record 1-0 0-2 4-1 0-1 0-0-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0-1 5-0 1-2 4-1 4-1 2-0 0-1 6-2 2-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1-1 9-10-1 2-0 2-2 3-0 18-5-2 4-1 5-3 1-0 2-7 2-0

Goals Coastal Opp 3 1 1 3 14 6 1 3 1 1 4 2 4 0 8 0 7 6 37 5 9 8 25 9 9 7 11 2 2 3 28 5 7 7 3 3 3 0 5 0 2 1 2 1 2 3 32 31 6 3 7 12 9 1 76 33 16 8 24 15 2 1 7 23 10 0

Goals Opponent Record Coastal Opp CHARLESTON 12-7-4 42 48 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 0-1 0 3 East Carolina 4-0 21 2 East Stroudsburg 0-1 0 1 Eastern Illinois 1-0-1 5 1 ELON 5-1-1 17 8 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 1-1-1 5 4 George Mason 1-0 3 2 Georgetown 0-1 0 3 GEORGE WASHINGTON1-2-1 7 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 12-2-1 33 6 Hofstra 1-0 3 2 HOWARD 0-1 1 3 IPFW 1-0 2 0 Jacksonville 3-3-1 15 13 Kentucky 1-0 2 1

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Opponent Lander LIBERTY Limestone Long Island Longwood Louisville Marshall MARYLAND MD-Baltimore County Memphis Mercer Methodist Miami (Ohio) Michigan Milligan Missouri-Kansas City New Mexico Newberry Northeastern New Hampshire North Carolina UNC ASHEVILLE UNC Greensboro UNC WILMINGTON NC STATE North Florida Oakland Oglethorpe Ohio State OLD DOMINION Pembroke State Pfeiffer PRESBYTERIAN

Goals Record Coastal Opp 2-5 9 12 12-5-1 37 20 1-0 6 0 1-0 3 0 0-1 1 2 2-0 9 4 1-0 4 1 1-1 3 6 5-3-1 25 14 0-1 1 2 7-0 20 7 2-0 7 0 0-1 0 2 1-0 3 2 2-0 10 1 1-0-1 8 3 0-1 3 6 2-0 11 3 1-0 6 0 0-1 0 1 1-2 4 3 24-4-1 68 15 6-9-2 29 23 8-7-1 23 19 0-2 1 8 1-1 4 4 0-2 1 4 1-0 3 2 0-1 1 3 1-0 4 0 1-1 8 3 2-1 8 2 6-1-1 45 7

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Goals Opponent Record Coastal Opp RADFORD 12-12-2 40 50 Richmond 1-1 2 2 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 VCU 1-2 6 11 Virginia Tech 1-2 3 7 VMI 11-0 28 5 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 22-16-2 79 55 Wisconsin 1-0 1 0 Wisconsin-Green Bay 0-1 0 2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-2 5 10 WOFFORD 4-2-1 20 17

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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OPPONENTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 PRESBYTERIAN BLUE HOSE Oct. 9 | Conway, S.C.


SEASON REVIEW

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 OVERALL: 9-2-7 CONF: 5-0-3 HOME: 4-0-3 AWAY: 3-1-3 NEUTRAL: 2-1-1 ## 5 3 9 29 12 7 10 28 4 21 27 25 24 23 22 26 18 2 99 98 30 20 19 15 14 11 8 6

Name SCHROEDER, Matt STAPLETON, James PHELPS, Riley ANDERSON, Joseph BEKKA, Djamel KELLY, Ross HUNTER, Robert EANES, Austin RUSSELL, Alex FAZ, Luis HEDRICK, Cyprian MUKOFSKY, Leo EL-SHAMI, Zane MCCORMICK, Sean BOYER, Zach MANGAN, Edward MABHENA, Gracewell DOWNEY, Jacob ANGEVINE, Scott BUGG, Bradley LITTLER, Daniel WILLIAMS, Adam BLAKE, Phillip RICKETTS, Scott PHELPS, Jesy PHELPS, Gray CURNUTTE, Levi MCRIGHT, Robbie Total............... Opponents...........

## 1 99 98 0 TM

Name LATHAM, Phillip ANGEVINE, Scott BUGG, Bradley KELLIHER, Taylor TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 15-13 13-12 18-11 17-10 16-12 17-7 11-5 17-11 18-18 17-17 16-15 11-5 11-4 11-7 8-7 8-2 6-0 16-6 14-13 4-1 6-0 1-0 3-1 1-0 2-1 3-1 16-15 1-0 18 18

G 5 5 5 5 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 20

GP-GS 1-1 13-10 3-1 3-2

A 2 2 1 1 7 1 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 18

Minutes 45:00 1254:48 225:00 245:00 0:00 1769:48 1769:48

18 18

Pts 12 12 11 11 11 5 5 3 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 58 GA 0 9 5 6 0 20 29

Sh 20 11 24 22 23 22 15 5 5 18 6 1 8 7 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 209 Avg 0.00 0.65 2.00 2.20 0.00 1.02 1.47

Shot% .250 .455 .208 .227 .087 .091 .067 .200 .200 .000 .167 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .151 .096 Saves 0 35 5 13 4 57 57

GW 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 Pct .000 .795 .500 .684 1.000 .740 .663

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 2-2 W 0 7 1 1 0 9 2

L 0 0 1 1 0 2 8

T 0 6 0 1 0 7 6

Sho 0 4 1 0 0 5 3

Team saves: 4 GOALS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 10 6

2nd 18 14

OT 1 0

OT2 0 0

Total 29 20

SHOTS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 78 83

2nd 99 111

OT 10 8

OT2 5 7

Total 192 209

SAVES BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 23 29

2nd 28 23

OT 5 4

OT2 1 1

Total 57 57

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 39 43

2nd 56 44

OT 2 2

OT2 4 2

Total 101 91

FOULS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 114 122

2nd 117 126

OT 7 9

OT2 13 14

Total 251 271

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

COASTAL 822 7/117 4/125

OPP 3133 7/448

Nine Big South Conference Championships

James Stapleton and Matt Schroeder led the team with 12 points each.

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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GAME BY GAME STATISICS

Date Sep 01, 2009

Opponent at College of Charleston

W-L L

Sep 04, 2009 Sep 06, 2009

ALBANY ST. FRANCIS NEW YORK

T O2 W

Sep 11, 2009 Sep 13, 2009

vs Georgetown at Davidson

L W

Coastal Carolina/ adidas Invitational 1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 80 1-0 1-1-1 0-0-0 80 Davidson/adidas Classic 0-3 1-2-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1 2-2-1 0-0-0 389

Sept. 7 2009

FURMAN

T O2

3-3

Sep 21, 2009 Sep 27, 2009

at Cal State Fullerton vs Cal St. Northridge

T O2 W

Cal State Fullerton Tournament 1-1 2-2-3 0-0-0 375 2-1 3-2-3 0-0-0 100

* Oct 03, 2009 * Oct 07, 2009

LIBERTY GARDNER-WEBB

T O2 W

0-0 3-1

3-2-4 4-2-4

0-0-1 1-0-1

107 100

* Oct 17, 2009 * Oct 21, 2009 * Oct 23, 2009 * Oct 31, 2009

at High Point at Presbyterian College VMI at UNC Asheville

T O2 T O2 W OT W

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

4-2-5 4-2-6 5-2-6 6-2-6

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

477 143 120 247

**Nov 03, 2009

at Winthrop

W

3-1

7-2-6

4-0-3

380

* Nov 07, 2009

RADFORD

W

3-1

8-2-6

5-0-3

175

W T O2

Big South Conference Tournament Gardner-Webb University 1-0 9-2-6 5-0-3 200 1-1 9-2-7 5-0-3 200

%Nov 13, 2009 %Nov 14, 2009

vs #8 VMI vs #4 Winthrop

TEAM RECORD Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 9-2-7 5-0-3 4-0-3 3-1-3 2-1-1 1-0-7

ATTEND Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 18 7 7 4

Total 4455 822 3133 500

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Score 3-4

Overall 0-1-0

2-2-2

Conf 0-0-0

0-0-0

Attend 1122

160

SEASON REVIEW

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 Goals scored PHELPS, Riley (unassisted) PHELPS, Riley (penalty kick) PHELPS, Riley (RUSSELL, Alex) STAPLETON, James (unassisted) STAPLETON, James (unassisted) PHELPS, Riley (STAPLETON, James) STAPLETON, James (unassisted) STAPLETON, James (EANES, Austin) STAPLETON, James (unassisted) ANDERSON, Joseph (KELLY, Ross;STAPLETON, James) ANDERSON, Joseph (BEKKA, Djamel) KELLY, Ross (HUNTER, Robert) HEDRICK, Cyprian (BEKKA, Djamel) EANES, Austin (SCHROEDER, Matt;PHELPS, Riley) RUSSELL, Alex (unassisted) PHELPS, Riley (HUNTER, Robert) HUNTER, Robert (unassisted) SCHROEDER, Matt (unassisted) SCHROEDER, Matt (BEKKA, Djamel) SCHROEDER, Matt (BEKKA, Djamel) KELLY, Ross (SCHROEDER, Matt; BEKKA, Djamel) ANDERSON, Joseph (FAZ, Luis) SCHROEDER, Matt (HUNTER, Robert) SCHROEDER, Matt (FAZ, Luis) ANDERSON, Joseph (FAZ, Luis) ANDERSON, Joseph (BEKKA, Djamel) BEKKA, Djamel (penalty kick) BEKKA, Djamel (ANDERSON, Joseph) MUKOFSKY, Leo (BEKKA, Djamel)

Average 248 117 448 125

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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CONFERENCE REVIEW

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 TEAM COASTAL CAROLINA* High Point Liberty Winthrop^ Gardner-Webb Presbyterian UNC Asheville Radford VMI

CONFERENCE W-L-T Pts 5-0-3 18 5-1-2 17 4-2-2 14 4-2-2 14 4-3-1 13 2-4-2 8 2-5-1 7 1-4-3 6 1-7-0 3

Pct .812 .750 .625 .625 .562 .375 .312 .312 .125

GF 13 16 10 14 10 7 10 7 3

GA 5 5 5 12 14 10 14 10 15

W-L-T 9-2-7 9-7-2 12-5-3 11-6-4 8-6-3 3-11-2 6-12-2 5-9-3 2-15-1

Pct .694 .556 .675 .619 .559 .250 .350 .382 .139

OVERALL GF 29 30 43 43 31 15 20 18 10

GA 20 24 11 39 31 32 33 25 34

* - Big South Regular Season Champion ^ - Big South Tournament Champion FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH F - Matt Skonicki, Winthrop F - Gerald Hefferon, Gardner-Webb F - Darren Amoo, Liberty M - DJAMEL BEKKA, COASTAL CAROLINA M - Stephen Nsereko, Winthrop M - Michael Luk, Winthrop M - Shawn Sloan, High Point D - ALEX RUSSELL, COASTAL CAROLINA D - Michael Ward, Liberty D - Jovan Ivanovich, Gardner-Webb D - Chris Mandell, Liberty GK - SCOTT ANGEVINE, COASTAL CAROLINA At Large - Matt Tuttle, High Point SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH F - Tim Bullock, Liberty F - Brian Bartels, UNC Asheville F - Fejiro Okiomah, High Point M - Romeo Kabanda, Gardner-Webb M - MATT SCHROEDER, COASTAL CAROLINA M - JAMES STAPLETON, COASTAL CAROLINA M - Chris Phillips, Liberty D - Daniel DiBiagio, Winthrop D - Jon Ole Reinhardsen, Gardner-Webb D - Ayao Sossou, VMI D - Todd Ray, High Point GK - A.J. Madero, Liberty At Large - Myles Jones, Radford

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM LUIS FAZ, COASTAL CAROLINA SEAN MCCORMICK, COASTAL CAROLINA John Sargent, Gardner-Webb Shawn Sloan, High Point Fejiro Okiomah, High Point Patrick Donahue, High Point Myles Jones, Radford James Jordan, Radford Enrique Miranda, Winthrop Daniel DiBiagio, Winthrop David Parra, UNC Asheville Zachery Odum, UNC Asheville ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Trent Kozman, Gardner-Webb Juan Guzman, Liberty Adam Hatem, High Point Matt Horn, Winthrop Sam Eastridge, Presbyterian Justin Zimmer, Radford Sonny Landry, VMI Jake Hagedorn, UNC Asheville ROBERT HUNTER, COASTAL CAROLINA PLAYER OF THE YEAR DJAMEL BEKKA, COASTAL CAROLINA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Shawn Sloan, High Point COACH OF THE YEAR Dustin Fonder, High Point SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Trent Kozman, Gardner-Webb

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

2008 BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals #4 Winthrop 2, #5 Gardner-Webb 2 (Winthrop advanced 4-3 on PKs) #1 COASTAL CAROLINA 1, #8 VMI 0 #3 Liberty 1, #6 UNC Asheville 0 #7 Radford 4, #2 High Point 3 Semifinals #4 WINTHROP 1, #1 COASTAL CAROLINA 1 (Winthrop advanced 4-3 on PKs) #3 Liberty 2, #7 Radford 0 Finals #4 Winthrop 2, #3 Liberty 1 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Miquel Casajuana, Winthrop Daniel DiBiagio, Winthrop Jordan Osborn, Winthrop Enrique Miranda, Winthrop Darren Amoo, Liberty Timothy Bullock, Liberty Greg White, Liberty ALEX RUSSELL, COASTAL CAROLINA SCOTT ANGEVINE, COASTAL CAROLINA Daryn Patrio, Radford Brendan Shaffner, Radford Jovan Ivanovich, Gardner-Webb Brian Sowell, VMI J.J. Morrow, UNC Asheville Karo Okiomah, High Point TOURNAMENT MVP Miquel Casajuana, Winthrop

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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GP 20 21 17 18 18 20 17 18 16

No. 301 280 254 228 226 207 193 192 189

Avg/G 15.05 13.33 14.94 12.67 12.56 10.35 1135 10.67 11.81

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Team GP GA 1. Liberty 20 11 2. COASTAL 18 20 3. High Point 18 24 4. Radford 17 25 5. UNC Asheville 20 33 6. Gardner-Webb 17 31 7. Winthrop 21 39 8. VMI 18 34 9. Presbyterian 16 32

POINTS Team 1. Liberty 2. Winthrop 3. Gardner-Webb 4. High Point 5. COASTAL CAROLINA 6. UNC Asheville 7. Radford 8. Presbyterian 9. VMI

GP 20 21 17 18 18 20 17 16 18

No. 130 127 94 84 81 55 46 44 28

Avg/G 6.50 6.05 5.53 4.67 4.50 2.75 2.71 2.75 1.56

SAVES Team 1. UNC Asheville 2. VMI 3. Presbyterian 4. Winthrop 5. High Point 6. Radford 7. Gardner-Webb 8. Liberty 9. COASTAL CAROLINA

GP 20 18 16 21 18 17 17 20 18

No. 127 110 81 78 76 72 61 60 57

Avg/G 6.25 6.11 5.06 3.71 4.22 4.24 3.59 3.00 3.17

GOALS Team 1. Liberty Winthrop 3. Gardner-Webb 4. High Point 5. COASTAL CAROLINA 6. UNC Asheville 7. Radford 8. Presbyterian 9. VMI

GP 20 21 17 18 18 20 17 16 18

No. 43 43 31 30 29 20 18 15 10

Avg/G 2.15 2.05 1.82 1.67 1.61 1.00 1.06 0.94 0.56

SHUTOUTS Team 1. Liberty 2. High Point 3. COASTAL CAROLINA 4. UNC Asheville 5. Radford Gardner-Webb 7. Winthrop 8. Presbyterian 9. VMI

GP 20 18 18 20 17 17 21 16 18

SHO 12 6 5 4 3 3 3 2 1

Avg/G 0.60 0.33 0.28 0.20 0.18 0.18 0.14 0.12 0.06

GOALS PER GAME Team 1. Liberty 2. Winthrop 3. Gardner-Webb 4. High Point 5. COASTAL CAROLINA 6. Radford 7. UNC Asheville 8 Presbyterian 9 VMI

GP 20 21 17 18 18 17 20 16 18

No. 43 43 31 30 29 18 20 15 10

Avg/G 2.15 2.05 1.82 1.67 1.61 1.06 1.00 0.94 0.56

FOULS Team 1. Winthrop 2. Gardner-Webb 3. COASTAL CAROLINA 4. High Point 5. UNC Asheville 6. VMI 7. Liberty 8. Radford 9. Presbyterian

GP 21 17 18 18 20 18 20 17 16

No. 303 263 251 249 233 223 205 197 167

Avg/G 14.43 15.47 13.94 13.83 11.65 12.39 10.25 11.59 10.44

ASSISTS Team 1. Liberty 2. Winthrop 3. Gardner-Webb 4. High Point 5. COASTAL CAROLINA 6. UNC Asheville 7. Presbyterian 8. Radford 9. VMI

GP 20 21 17 18 18 20 16 17 18

No. 44 41 32 24 23 15 14 10 8

Avg/G 2.20 1.95 1.88 1.33 1.28 0.75 0.88 0.59 0.44

CORNERS Team 1. Liberty 2. Gardner-Webb 3. High Point 4. COASTAL CAROLINA 5. Winthrop 6. UNC Asheville 7. Radford VMI 9. Presbyterian

GP 20 17 18 18 21 20 17 18 16

No. Avg/G 141 7.05 126 7.41 125 6.94 101 5.61 99 4.71 94 4.70 88 5.18 88 4.89 68 4.25

ASSISTS PER GAME Team 1. Liberty 2. Winthrop 3. Gardner-Webb 4. High Point 5. COASTAL CAROLINA 6. Presbyterian 7. UNC Asheville 8. Radford 9. VMI

GP 20 21 17 18 18 16 20 17 18

No. 44 41 32 24 23 14 15 10 8

Avg/G 2.20 1.95 1.88 1.33 1.28 0.88 0.75 0.59 0.44

OFFSIDES Team 1. Winthrop 2. COASTAL CAROLINA 3. Liberty 4. Radford 5. UNC Asheville 6. VMI High Point 8. George Washington 9. Presbyterian

GP 21 18 20 17 20 18 18 17 16

No. 75 49 48 36 35 32 32 28 22

Avg/G 3.57 2.72 2.40 2.12 1.75 1.78 1.78 1.65 1.38

YELLOW CARDS Team 1. Winthrop 2. COASTAL CAROLINA 3. VMI 4. High Point Gardner-Webb 6. UNC Asheville 7. Presbyterian 8. Radford 9. Liberty

GP 21 18 18 18 17 20 16 17 20

No. 32 30 28 25 25 21 19 18 13

Avg/G 1.52 1.67 1.56 1.39 1.47 1.05 1.19 1.06 0.65

GOALS ALLOWED Team 1. Liberty 2. COASTAL CAROLINA 3. High Point 4. Radford 5. Gardner-Webb 6. Presbyterian 7. UNC Asheville 8. VMI 9. Winthrop

GP 20 18 18 17 17 16 20 18 21

No. 11 20 24 25 31 32 33 34 39

Avg/G 0.55 1.11 1.33 1.47 1.82 2.00 1.65 1.89 1.86

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Mins. GaAvg 1860:00 0.53 1769:48 1.02 1680:00 1.29 1590:00 1.42 1870:00 1.59 1600:00 1.74 1980:00 1.77 1673:54 1.83 1528:41 1.88

SHOTS Player-Team 1. Amoo, Liberty 2. Skonicki, Winthrop 3. Hefferon, Gardner-Webb 4. Harding, VMI 5. Lacey, Winthrop Skonicki, Winthrop 7. Sargent, Gardner-Webb 8. Aseweh, Liberty 9. Kabanda, Gardner-Webb Sloan, High Point Barters, UNC Asheville

GP 20 20 17 17 18 19 16 20 17 18 20

No. 76 70 58 42 39 39 38 38 36 36 36

Avg/G 3.80 3.50 3.41 2.47 2.17 2.05 2.38 1.90 2.12 2.00 1.80

SHOTS PER GAME Player-Team 1. Amoo, Liberty 2. Skonicki, Winthrop 3. Hefferon, Gardner-Webb 4. Harding, VMI 5. Sargent, Gardner-Webb 6. Lacey, Winthrop 7. Kabanda, Gardner-Webb 8. Skonicki, Winthrop 9. Sloan, High Point 10. Awosika, Radford

GP 20 20 17 17 16 18 17 19 18 17

No. 76 70 58 42 38 39 36 39 36 33

Avg/G 3.80 3.50 3.41 2.47 2.38 2.17 2.12 2.05 2.00 1.94

GOALS Player-Team 1. Amoo, Liberty 2. Skonicki, Winthrop 3. Hefferon, Gardner-Webb 4. Aseweh, Liberty 5. Sloan, High Point Skonicki, Winthrop 7. STAPLETON, COASTAL SCROEDER, COASTAL Okiomah, High Point ANDERSON, COASTAL Kabanda, Gardner-Webb PHELPS, COASTAL Casajuana, Winthrop

GP 20 20 17 20 18 19 13 15 16 17 17 18 21

No. 14 13 10 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Avg/G 0.70 0.65 0.59 0.35 0.33 0.32 0.38 0.33 0.31 0.29 0.29 0.28 0.24

GOALS PER GAME Player-Team 1. Amoo, Liberty 2. Skonicki, Winthrop 3. Hefferon, Gardner-Webb 4. Asewah, Liberty 5. Sloan, High Point SCROEDER, COASTAL 7. Skonicki, Winthrop 8. Okiomah, High Point 9. Kabanda, Gardner-Webb ANDERSON, COASTAL

GP 20 20 17 20 18 15 19 16 17 17

No. 14 13 10 7 6 5 6 5 5 5

Avg/G 0.70 0.65 0.59 0.35 0.33 0.33 0.32 0.31 0.29 0.29

ASSISTS Player-Team 1. Skonicki, Winthrop Luk, Winthrop 3. Hefferon, Gardner-Webb Kabanda, Gardner-Webb Nino, Liberty 6. BEKKA, COASTAL 7. Tuttle, High Point Aseweh, Liberty 9. Sargent, Gardner-Webb Amoo, Liberty Nsereko, Winthrop

GP 20 21 17 17 20 16 18 20 16 20 21

No. 9 9 8 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 5

Avg/G 0.45 0.43 0.47 0.47 0.40 0.44 0.33 0.30 0.31 0.25 0.24

Seven Big South Players of the Year

ASSISTS PER GAME Player-Team 1. Kabanda, Gardner-Webb Hefferon, Gardner-Webb 3. Skonicki, Winthrop 4. BEKKA, COASTAL 5. Luk, Winthrop 6. Nino, Liberty 7. Tuttle, High Point 8. Sargent, Gardner-Webb 9. Aseweh, Liberty 10. Amoo, Liberty Okiomah, High Point

GP 17 17 20 16 21 20 18 16 20 20 16

No. 8 8 9 7 9 8 6 5 6 5 4

Avg/G 0.47 0.47 0.45 0.44 0.43 0.40 0.33 0.31 0.30 0.25 0.25

GAME-WINNING GOALS Player-Team 1. Amoo, Liberty Skonicki, Winthrop 3. Skonicki, Winthrop 4. STAPLETON, COASTAL SCROEDER, COASTAL Okiomah, High Point Sargent, Gardner-Webb Leith, Radford Hefferon, Gardner-Webb Kabanda, Gardner-Webb Okiomah, High Point Sloan, High Point Bullock, Liberty

GP 20 20 19 13 15 16 16 16 17 17 18 18 20

No. 5 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Avg/G 0.25 0.25 0.16 0.15 0.13 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.11 0.11 0.10

SAVES Player-Team GP 1. Hurskainen, UNC Asheville 18 2. Sowell, VMI 17 3. Chesler, High Point 18 4. Miranda, Winthrop 21 5. Taylor, Radford 17 6. Kozman, Gardner-Webb 16 7. Madero, Liberty 18 8. Neal, Presbyterian 11 9. ANGEVINE, COASTAL 13 10. Wallingford, Presbyterian 9

No. Avg/G 108 6.00 106 6.24 74 4.11 71 3.38 68 4.00 53 3.31 51 2.83 44 4.00 35 2.69 32 3.56

SAVES PER GAME Player-Team GP 1. Sowell, VMI 17 2. Hurskainen, UNC Asheville 18 3. Chesler, High Point 18 4. Taylor, Radford 17 Neal, Presbyterian 11 6. Miranda, Winthrop 21 7. Kozman, Gardner-Webb 16 8. Madero, Liberty 18 9. ANGEVINE, COASTAL 13

No. Avg/G 106 6.24 108 6.00 74 4.11 68 4.00 44 4.00 71 3.38 53 3.31 51 2.83 35 2.69

SHUTOUTS Player-Team GP 1. Madero, Liberty 18 2. Chesler, High Point 18 3. ANGEVINE, COASTAL 13 4. Kozman, Gardner-Webb 16 Taylor, Radford 17 Miranda, Winthrop 21 7. Wallingford, Presbyterian 9 Hurskainen, UNC Asheville 18 9. Sowell, VMI 17 Filip, UNC Asheville 5

SHOSho/G 10.0 0.56 5.0 0.28 4.0 0.31 3.0 0.19 3.0 0.18 3.0 0.14 2.0 0.22 2.0 0.11 1.0 0.06 1.0 0.20

SHUTOUTS PER GAME Player-Team GP 1. Madero, Liberty 18 2. ANGEVINE, COASTAL 13 3. Chesler, High Point 18 4. Kozman, Gardner-Webb 16 5. Taylor, Radford 17 6. Miranda, Winthrop 21 7. Hurskainen, UNC Asheville 18 8. Sowell, VMI 17

SHOSho/G 10.0 0.56 4.0 0.31 5.0 0.28 3.0 0.19 3.0 0.18 3.0 0.14 2.0 0.11 1.0 0.06

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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CONFERENCE REVIEW

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 SHOTS Team 1. Liberty 2. Winthrop 3. Gardner-Webb 4. VMI 5. High Point 6. UNC Asheville 7. Radford 8. COASTAL CAROLINA 9. Presbyterian


ALL-TIME HONORS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 TEAM NCAA Tournament Apperances (7) Shaun Docking .................................................................... 2005 Shaun Docking .................................................................... 2004 Shaun Docking .................................................................... 2003 Shaun Docking .................................................................... 2002 Shaun Docking .................................................................... 2001 Paul Banta .......................................................................... 1995 Paul Banta .......................................................................... 1992 Big South Regular Season Champions (9) 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 (9) 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 Academic All-American Team (4) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009

INDIVIDUAL Soccer America National Player of the Year (1) Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003 Soccer Times National Player of the Year (1) Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003 NSCAA All-American (5) 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 CSTV All-American (1) Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003

The Chants celebrate after defeating Winthrop in overtime to earn a big to the 2005 NCAA Tournament. CoSIDA Academic All-American (2) Kevin Van Den Berg............................................................ 2006 Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003 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 (4) Jordie Hughes (Third Team) ............................................... 2005 Joseph Kabwe (Third Team) ............................................... 2005 Chris Moore ........................................................................ 2003 Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003 NSCAA All-Region (28) Djamel Bekka ...................................................................... 2009 Alex Russell ......................................................................... 2009 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 Big South Coach of the Year (7) Shaun Docking ................................... 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000 Paul Banta .................................................... 1989, 1987, 1986 Big South Player of the Year (7) Djamel Bekka ...................................................................... 2009 Mkhokheli Dube .................................................................. 2007 Joseph Ngwenya ...................................................... 2003, 2002 Mario Benjamin ................................................................... 1999 Eric Schmitt ......................................................................... 1992 Guy Norcott ......................................................................... 1990 Big South Male Athlete of the Year (1) Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003 Big South Rookie of the Year (3) Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2000 Thomas Rutter .................................................................... 1999 Matthew Rennie .................................................................. 1995 Big South Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year^ (1) Chris Malinky ....................................................................... 1999 Big South Scholar Athlete of the Year (3) Kevin Van Den Berg............................................................ 2007 Joseph Ngwenya ................................................................. 2003 Chris Malinky ....................................................................... 1999 Big South All-Academic (13) 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 Select Scholar Award (1) Steven Godden ................................................................... 1999

Coach Docking getting drenched following a Big South Championship.

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Big South All-Conference First Team (75)* Scott Angevine .................................................................... 2009 Djamel Bekka ...................................................................... 2009 Alex Russell ......................................................................... 2009 Robert Hunter..................................................................... 2008

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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Big South All-Conference Second Team (25) 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

ALL-TIME HONORS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 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 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

Coach Docking alongside Coastal great Joseph Ngwenya following his selection into Major League Soccer. Ngwenya won back-toback Big South Player of the Year awards in 2002 and 2003. 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 (11) 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 (9) Joseph Kabwe ..................................................................... 2005 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 (68) Scott Angevine .................................................................... 2009 Alex Russell ......................................................................... 2009 Robert Hunter..................................................................... 2008 Ross Kelly ........................................................................... 2008 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

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

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 STATISTICS LEGEND: Field Players (Years) Games-Games Started, Shots, Goals-Assists-Points Goalkeepers (denoted by *): Games-Games Started, Minutes, Goals Allowed, Goals Against Average, Shutouts, Saves *Daniel Alexander (1993), 3-3, 270, 11, 3.67, 0, 17 JOE ANDERSON (2009-PRES.), 17-10, 22, 5-1-11 *SCOTT ANGEVINE (2009-PRES.), 13-10, 1254:48, 9, 0.65, 4, 35 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 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 David Backman (1993-94), 37-30, 11, 2-2-6 Joel Banta (1995-96), 32-21, 12, 0-2-2 Paul Barington (1984), 23-22, 80, 18-5-41 *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 (2006-2007.), 30-21, 1, 0-0-0 Mario Benjamin (1998-2000), 51-37, 126, 30-14-74 Mark Berger (1984), 21-21, 84, 18-9-45 Phillip Blake (2008-2009), 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-PRESENT) 16-12, 3, 0-0-0 Ludvik Bragason (1989-91), 49-48, 29, 5-21-31 Andrew Brunner (1985), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 *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 *Mark Burgwin (1987), 8-5, 527, 8, 1.37, 2, 22 Tom Burson (1998-99), 11-3, 6, 0-0-0 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 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

KEVIN VAN DEN BERG

Nine Big South Conference Championships

*Robert Clarke (1998), 11-8, 728, 17, 2.10, 2, 34 Matt Corrado (2006), 10-2, 1, 0-0-0 *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-PRES.), 34-24, 4, 0-0-0 Travis Cushing (1999), 15-9, 9, 2-1-5 Custodio (1986), 8-0, 4, 0-1-1 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-PRES.), 29-15, 2, 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 AUSTIN EANES (2009-PRES.), 17-11, 5, 1-1-3 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 Mike Farnham (1989-90), 34-26, 23, 0-3-3 LUIS FAZ (2009-PRES.), 17-17, 18, 0-3-3 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 *Ray Fuller (1988-91), 30-24, 2398, 33, 1.24, 11, 107 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 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-PRES.), 16-15, 6-1-0-2 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 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 Luke Ibbetson (2006), 19-11, 38, 9-2-20 George Iltechev (1993-96), 57-32, 39, 2-6-10 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

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

AARON WEANT Johnny Ji (2000-03), 78-59, 12, 2-0-4 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 Joseph Kabwe (2004-05), 27-18, 31, 7-10-24 *Taylor Kelliher (2009), 3-2, 245, 6, 2.20, 0, 13 ROSS KELLY (2007-PRES.), 53-38, 87, 9-6-24 *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 Michael Lally (2004), 12-0, 1, 0-0-0 Brett LaRue (1991, 1993), 21-8, 6, 0-1-1 *Phillip Latham (2007-09), 30-27, 2,417, 43, 1.60, 6, 85 Rusty Law (1994-95), 10-4, 1, 1-0-2 *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 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 *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 *Simon Marsh (1992), 8-8, 672, 5, 0.67, 5, 22 David Marx (1988), 18-16, 0, 0-0-0

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 STATISTICS LEGEND: Field Players (Years) Games-Games Started, Shots, Goals-Assists-Points Goalkeepers (denoted by *): Games-Games Started, Minutes, Goals Allowed, Goals Against Average, Shutouts, Saves *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.), 11-7, 7, 0-0-0 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 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 *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 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-PRES.), 11-5, 1, 1-0-2 Carl Napiwoki (1995), 2-0, 0, 0-0-0 *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 *Patrick Nolan (1984), 21-21, 1608, 30, 1.68, 8, 107 Guy Norcott (1989-92), 75-75, 60, 10-7-27 *Ryan Nowak (2005), 10-4, 487, 12, 2.22, 2, 14 Daniel O’Brien (2004-05) 24-6, 8, 2-3-7

ROBERT HOLSTEIN

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

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 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 *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 *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 Christopher Powell (1985-86), 41-37, 26, 2-4-8 *Eric Quimby (2002-03), 7-0, 107, 0, 0.00, 0.5, 5 Jamie Quinlan (1994), 18-16, 1, 0-0-0 Carlos Recinos (2008), 19-7, 24, 2-1-5 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 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 *Neal Robinson (1993-96), 69-69, 6190, 102, 1.48, 16, 282 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-PRES.), 52-42, 12, 1-1-3 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 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 *Aaron Sanders (2002), 19-18, 1509, 14, 0.83, 4.0, 47 *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 W. Schoenherr (1988), 6-3, 0, 0-0-0 Gregory Schrader (1997-98), 11-2, 2, 0-0-0 MATT SCHROEDER (2007-PRES.), 47-44, 46, 6-4-16 Jason Schultz (2001), 1-0, 0, 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 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 *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

Seven Big South Players of the Year

JOSEPH NGWENYA *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 * 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 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 Jeremy Tutor (1994), 14-6, 6, 0-3-3 Peter Tzamouranis (1992), 8-8, 9, 1-7-9 *Otto Utterback (1996), 2-1, 204, 3, 1.32, 0, 10 *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 Michael Vrankovic (1996-97), 27-19, 14, 2-2-6 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 *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 *Jeremy Wolfgang (2003-06), 29-22, 1881, 22, 1.10, 4, 48 Brandon Zeller (2008), 7-2, 1, 0-0-0 Bobby Zimmer (2003-2006), 68-56, 11, 1-5-7

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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ALL-TIME RECORDS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 SINGLE GAME TEAM RECORDS SHOTS 1. 53 2. 52 3. 33 4. 31 31 6. 30 7. 28 28 9. 27 27

vs. Armstrong State ....................... 11-10-86 vs. Armstrong State ....................... 10-14-86 vs. Augusta .................................... 10-19-87 vs. Mercer ........................................ 9-19-86 at Birmingham Southern ................ 11-16-03 vs. Charleston Southern................. 10-25-95 vs. Tennessee................................... 10-4-86 vs. VMI............................................ 10-11-03 vs. Methodist .......................................9-9-98 vs. Bridgewater ................................ 11-9-03

GOALS 1. 14 2. 11 11 11 11 11 7. 10 8. 8 8

vs. Presbyterian .................................... 1980 vs. USC Aiken.................................... 9-27-95 vs. UNC Asheville .............................. 9-16-92 vs. USC Aiken.......................................9-9-89 vs. Armstrong State ....................... 11-10-86 vs. Armstrong State ....................... 10-14-86 vs. Augusta ...................................... 9-18-89 vs. Anderson .......................................9-1-04 vs. Winthrop ................................... 11-14-03

8 8 8 ASSISTS 1. 14 14 3. 11 11 5. 9 9 9 8. 8 9. 7 7 7

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

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) ................... 09-27-95 4. 28 vs. Presbyterian (14/n/a) ..................... 1980

5. 6. 7. 8.

27 25 23 22 22 22

vs. Anderson (8/11) ...................... 09-01-04 vs. East Carolina (8/9) ................... 10-21-95 vs. The Citadel (7/9) ...................... 09-16-87 vs. Winthrop (8/6).......................... 11-14-03 vs. UNC Asheville (11/n/a) ............. 09-16-92 vs. USC Aiken (11/n/a) .................. 09-09-89

SAVES 1. 21 2. 14 3. 13 4. 12 12 12 12 12 9. 11 11 11

at South Carolina................................... 1978 vs. Baptist (CSU) .............................. 9-30-86 vs. Appalachian State ..................... 10-17-87 vs. Cal State Fullerton ...................... 9-23-07 vs. UNC Greensboro ......................... 11-4-94 vs. West Virginia ............................... 10-1-94 vs. USC Spartanburg ...................... 10-24-87 at Maryland .........................................9-5-87 at UNC Asheville ............................... 10-4-97 vs. Central Florida ............................ 9-30-94 at Emory .............................................9-7-86

SINGLE GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SHOTS 1. 9 2.

8 8 8 8 8 8

8.

7

3 Andrew Donnery ......................vs. USC Aiken 9-27-95 Jordie Hughes .............................vs. Radford 10-4-05 Joseph Ngwenya ..................vs. East Carolina 10-16-02 Jacob Kurey .................................at Winthrop 10-21-98 Gudjon Gudjonsson ...........................vs. Elon 11-1-97 Ryan Walker ..................vs. USC Spartanburg 9-18-96 Ryan Walker .............vs. Charleston Southern 10-25-95 12 times

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

GOALS 1. 5 5 3.

4 4 4 4

7.

3

Andrew Donnery ......................vs. USC Aiken 9-27-95 Brian Knoess ............................ vs. Newberry 1978 Mario Benjamin ............................vs. Milligan 9-8-99 Stuart Riddle ............................vs. Methodist 9-9-98 David Skulason ................at Armstrong State 11-10-86 Claud Huggins ..............................at Augusta 10-29-86 15 times

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

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

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

9 6.

8 8 8 8

9.

7 7 7 7

S. Sveinbjornsson (3/3) ..vs. Armstong State 10-14-86 Mubarike Chisoni (3/2) ............ vs. Anderson 9-1-04 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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SINGLE SEASON TEAMS RECORDS GOALS 1. 80 2. 76 3. 73 4. 72 5. 67 67 7. 63 8. 59 9. 52 52

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

POINTS 1. 238 2. 226 3. 222 4. 209 5. 200 6. 185 7. 184 8. 172 9. 161 10. 157

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

ASSISTS 1. 86 2. 76 3. 66 4. 66 5. 65 6. 59 7. 57 8. 54 9. 53 10. 50

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

SAVES 1. 189 2. 171 3. 135 4. 134 5. 116 6. 102 7. 98 8. 93 9q. 90 10. 88

19 games .............................................. 1988 23 games .............................................. 1985 23 games .............................................. 1984 21 games .............................................. 1986 21 games .............................................. 1987 20 games .............................................. 1994 21 games .............................................. 1990 23 games .............................................. 2004 22 games .............................................. 1995 18 games .............................................. 1996

SHUTOUTS 1. 14 2. 13 3. 11 11 5. 10 6. 9 9 8. 8 8 10. 7 7

23 games ....................................... 2003 21 games ....................................... 1986 24 games ....................................... 2002 22 games ....................................... 1989 19 games ....................................... 1992 23 games ....................................... 2004 23 games ....................................... 1984 17 games ....................................... 1999 21 games ....................................... 1990 22 games ....................................... 1995 20 games ....................................... 1994

VICTORIES 1. 20 2. 19 3. 18 18 5. 17 6. 16 16 8. 15 9. 14 14 14

....................................................... 2003 ....................................................... 2002 ....................................................... 1989 ....................................................... 1986 ....................................................... 1995 ....................................................... 1992 ....................................................... 1990 ....................................................... 1984 ....................................................... 2004 ....................................................... 1987 ....................................................... 1985

SINGLE SEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 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 2. 94 3. 89 4. 86 5. 84 6. 83 7. 81 8. 80 9. 78 10. 77

Joseph Ngwenya........... 2002 Claud Huggins .............. 1986 Claud Huggins .............. 1985 Joseph Ngwenya........... 2003 Mark Berger ................. 1984 Randy Owen ................. 2003 Ryan Walker .................. 1995 Paul Barrington............ 1984 David Skulason ............. 1986 Mubarike Chisoni .......... 2003

GOALS 1. 27 2. 21 3. 20 4. 19 5. 18 18 18 8. 16 16 16 16 10. 15

Joseph Ngwenya........... 2002 Joseph Ngwenya........... 2003 Eric Schmitt .................. 1992 Jordie Hughes .............. 2003 Ryan Walker .................. 1995 Paul Barrington............ 1984 Mark Berger ................. 1984 Mubarike Chisoni .......... 2004 Jordie Hughes .............. 2004 Mike Littlefield .............. 2002 Hilmar Arnason ............ 1989 Mario Benjamin ............ 1999

15 Neil Payne .................... 1995 15 Claud Huggins .............. 1986 ASSISTS 1. 20 2. 19 3. 16 4. 15 15 6. 14 14 8. 13 13 13 13

Russell Herritty............. 1989 S. Svienbjornsson......... 1986 Boyzzz Khumalo........... 2004 Matthew Rennie............ 1995 David Skulason ............. 1989 S. Svienbjornsson......... 1985 Joseph Ngwenya........... 2003 Neil Payne .................... 1995 Ludvik Bragason .......... 1991 Claud Huggins .............. 1985 S. Svienbjornsson......... 1984

POINTS (g/a) 1. 63 Joseph Ngwenya (27/9)...2002 2. 56 Joseph Ngwenya (21/14)..2003 3. 47 Ryan Walker (18/11).... 1995 4. 46 Eric Schmitt (20/6) ...... 1992 46 Jordie Hughes (19/8) .. 2003 6. 45 Mark Berger (18/9) ..... 1984 7. 43 Jordie Hughes (16/11) 2004 43 Neil Payne (15/13) ...... 1995 9. 42 Hilmar Arnason (16/10) ..1989 10. 41 S. Sveinbjornsson (11/19) ..1986 41 S. Sveinbjornsson (14/13) ..1984 41 Paul Barrington (18/5) 1984 MATCHES PLAYED (GK only) 1. 22 Robbie Spicer ............... 1985 2. 21 Reggie Pierre-Jerome .. 1990 21 Patrick Nolan ................ 1984 4. 20 Aaron Weant ................. 2005 20 Neal Robinson .............. 1995 20 Phillip Latham............... 2008 6. 19 Aaron Weant ................. 2004 7. 18 Aaron Sanders ............. 2002 18 Ray Fuller ..................... 1991 9. 17 four times

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MATCHES STARTED (GK only) 1. 21 Robbie Spicer ............... 1985 21 Reggie Pierre-Jerome .. 1990 21 Patrick Nolan ................ 1984 4. 20 Neal Robinson .............. 1995 5. 18 Aaron Sanders ............. 2002 18 Ray Fuller ..................... 1991 7. 17 Aaron Weant ................. 2005 17 Chris Malinky ................ 1999 17 Neal Robinson .............. 1996 17 Reggie Pierre-Jerome .. 1988 MINUTES (GK only) 1. 2,035 Reggie Pierre-Jerome..1990 2. 1,866 Neal Robinson ....... 1995 3. 1,874 Phillip Latham........ 2008 4. 1,740 Ray Fuller .............. 1991 5. 1,675 Robbie Spicer ........ 1985 6. 1,608 Patrick Nolan ......... 1984 7. 1,530 Neal Robinson ....... 1993 8. 1,509 Aaron Sanders ...... 2002 .. 9. 1,506 Neal Robinson ....... 1996 10. 1,487 Aaron Weant .......... 2004 11. 1,448 Chris Malinky ......... 1999 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

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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. 1.09 Aaron Weant (1,487) ... 2004 SHUTOUTS (GK only) 1. 8 Chris Malinky ................ 1999 8 Ray Fuller ..................... 1991 8 Reggie Pierre-Jerome .. 1990 8 Patrick Nolan ................ 1984 5. 7 Bryan Hickey ................ 1992 7 Derek Nelson ............... 1989 7. 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. 72 Chris Malinky ................ 1999 10. 66 Neal Robinson .............. 1994

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ALL-TIME RECORDS

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COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 CAREER RECORDS 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

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

GOALS 1. 66 2. 47 47 4. 46 5. 40 6. 37 7. 35 8. 34 9. 30 30

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

ASSISTS 1. 56 2. 42 3. 32 4. 31 5. 26 26 26 8. 25 9. 24 10. 21 21

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

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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

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (GK only) (min. 2 yrs./1,500 minutes played) 1. 0.75 Andrew Paxton (3,130) ...................2001-03 2. 1.05 Jeremy Wolfgang (1,881).................2003-06 3. 1.20 Aaron Weant (4,411) .......................2004-07 4. 1.24 Ray Fuller (2,398) ...........................1988-91 5. 1.31 Chris Malinky (4,171) ................. 1997-2000 6. 1.31 R. Pierre-Jerome (4,262) ................1988-90 7. 1.48 Neal Robinson (6,190) ....................1993-96

MATCHES PLAYED (GK only) 1. 69 Neal Robinson ..................................1993-96 2. 61 Aaron Weant .....................................2004-07 3. 52 Chris Malinky ....................................1997-00 4. 48 Reggie Pierre-Jerome ......................1988-90 5. 40 Andrew Paxton .................................2001-03 6. 30 Ray Fuller .........................................1988-91 7. 29 Jeremy Wolfgang...............................2003-06 8. 28 Phillip Latham...............................2007-pres. 9.. 22 Robbie Spicer ........................................ 1985 10. 21 Patrick Nolan .................................. 1984

SHUTOUTS (GK only) 1. 16 Chris Malinky ............................... 1997-2000 16 Neal Robinson ..................................1993-96 3. 13 Reggie Pierre-Jerome ......................1988-90 4. 11 Ray Fuller .........................................1988-91 11 Andrew Paxton .................................2001-03 6. 10 Aaron Weant .....................................2004-07 8 Patrick Nolan ......................................... 1984 8. 7 Bryan Hickey ......................................... 1992 7 Derek Nelson ...................................1988-89 10. 6 Robbie Spicer ........................................ 1985 6 Guystavo Valencia ................................. 1984 6. Phillip Latham................................2007-pres

MATCHES STARTED (GK only) 1. 69 Neal Robinson ..................................1993-96 2. 47 Aaron Weant .....................................2004-07 47 Chris Malinky ....................................1997-00 47 Reggie Pierre-Jerome ......................1988-90 5. 28 Andrew Paxton .................................2001-03 6. 26 Phillip Latham...............................2007-pres. 7. 24 Ray Fuller .........................................1988-91 8. 22 Jeremy Wolfgang...............................2003-06 9. 22 Robbie Spicer ........................................ 1985 10. 21 Patrick Nolan ......................................... 1984

SAVES (GK only) 1. 282 Neal Robinson ..................................1993-96 282 Reggie Pierre-Jerome ......................1988-90 3. 189 Chris Malinky ............................... 1997-2000 4. 160 Aaron Weant .......................................2004-07 5. 124 Robbie Spicer ........................................ 1985 6. 107 Ray Fuller .........................................1988-91 107 Patrick Nolan ......................................... 1984 8. 105 Andrew Paxton .................................2001-03 9. 94 Kristjan Augustsson .............................. 1987 10. 78 Jeremy Wolfgang...............................2003-06

MINUTES (GK only) 1. 6,190 Neal Robinson ...........................1993-96 2. 4,411 Aaron Weant ..............................2004-07 3. 4,262 Reggie Pierre-Jerome ...............1988-90 4. 4,171 Chris Malinky .............................1997-00 5. 3,130 Andrew Paxton ..........................2001-03 6. 2,398 Ray Fuller ..................................1988-91 7. 2,372 Phillip Latham........................2007-pres. 8. 1,881 Jeremy Wolfgang........................2003-06 9. 1,675 Robbie Spicer ................................. 1985 10. 1,608 Patrick Nolan .................................. 1984 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. 59 Aaron Weant (4,411) .......................2004-07 5. 62 R. Pierre-Jerome (4,262) ................1988-90 6. 61 Chris Malinky ............................... 1997-2000 7. 102 Neal Robinson (6,190) ....................1993-96

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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 at NC State ............................................................. L, 1-7 at Belmont Abbey .................................................. L, 0-4 at Atlantic Christian ................................................ L, 1-2

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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) 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, 4-3) 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 at Clemson ............................................................. L, 0-7 ARMSTRONG STATE* .............................................W, 2-1 Baptist (CSU) # .....................................................W, 1-0 Campbell # ............................................................ L, 1-4 Winthrop # ............................................................W, 2-1

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# Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina *Big South Conference game

1986 (18-2-1, 9-1) BIG SOUTH 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 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

1988 (4-14-1, 2-4) COACH: PAUL BANTA 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

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 1978 (4-11) COACH: JOHN FARRELLY


ALL-TIME RESULTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 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 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) BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONS 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 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

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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 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

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

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* ...............................................................W, 6-1 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

1995 (17-5-0, 5-2) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH 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

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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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 inPKs) # Big South Tournament at Radford

1996 (7-9-2, 3-4) COACH: PAUL BANTA

1999 (12-4-1, 6-1) COACH: SHAUN DOCKING

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

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

1997 (6-10-1, 1-5) 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 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

2000 (11-5-1, 5-2) COACH: SHAUN DOCKING 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 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON ............................. T(OT), 1-1 UNC ASHEVILLE* ...................................................W, 2-1 MILLIGAN ........................................................ W(OT), 2-1 at UAB .................................................................... L, 1-3 at Elon* .................................................................W, 5-0 at Winthrop* .......................................................... L, 0-2 HIGH POINT* .........................................................W, 3-1 at East Carolina .....................................................W, 2-0 AT RADFORD* ................................................. L(OT), 3-4 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ....................................W, 3-2 Liberty* .................................................................W, 1-0 vs. Elon # .............................................................. L, 1-4 % Umbro/Spinx Furman Invit. *Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Liberty

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

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

Seven Big South Players of the Year

ALL-TIME RESULTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 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

2001 (10-8-3, 3-2) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH 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 COACH: SHAUN DOCKING vs. Hartwick ^ ........................................................T, 3-3 vs. Syracuse ^ ......................................................W, 3-1 IPFW & ...................................................................W, 2-0 MERCER & ..............................................................W, 3-1 vs. William &Mary @ ..............................................W, 4-2 at Old Dominion @ ................................................W, 4-0 vs. Marshall % .......................................................W, 4-1 at Kentucky % ................................................ W(OT), 2-1 at Elon* .................................................................W, 4-2 at Radford*............................................................W, 4-0 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ....................................W, 2-1 UNC ASHEVILLE* ............................................ W(OT), 2-1 EAST CAROLINA* ...................................................W, 6-0 at Liberty* .............................................................W, 3-0 HIGH POINT* .........................................................W, 5-0 vs.#21 South Carolina! .........................................W, 3-0 at College of Charleston! ............ ..................T(2OT), 0-0 at Winthrop* ................................................... L(OT), 1-2 BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN* ....................................W, 4-0 vs. High Point # ....................................................W, 3-0 vs. Elon # ..............................................................W, 2-0

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 vs. Winthrop # ................................................ L(OT), 0-1 at South Carolina $.......................................W(2OT), 2-1 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

2004 (14-8-1, 4-3) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONS COACH SHAUN DOCKING

2003 (20-3-0, 6-1) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONS COACH: SHAUN DOCKING UNC GREENSBORO ................................................W, 1-0 DAVIDSON ..............................................................W, 1-0 at Florida Atlantic ...................................................W, 3-2 at Richmond........................................................... L, 1-2 vs. Cornell ^ ..........................................................W, 3-0 at Bradley ^ ..........................................................W, 3-0 vs. Furman & .........................................................W, 2-0 at Clemson &..........................................................W, 2-1 at UNC Asheville *.................................................. L, 1-2 VMI * .....................................................................W, 5-0 GEORGIA STATE......................................................W, 2-1 LIBERTY * ..............................................................W, 5-3 WINTHROP * ..........................................................W, 4-0 RADFORD * ............................................................W, 2-0 at Birmingham Southern * ....................................W, 5-0 at High Point * .......................................................W, 4-0 BRIDGEWATER ........................................................W, 6-1 vs. VMI # ...............................................................W, 3-0 vs. Winthrop # .......................................................W, 8-1 vs. BSC # ..............................................................W, 3-0 Davidson $ .............................................................W, 3-0 at North Carolina $ ................................................W, 3-0 at Santa Clara $ .............................................. L(OT), 2-3 ^ Bradley Tournament & Nike/Clemson Invitational * Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Radford $ NCAA Tournament

ANDERSON.............................................................W, 8-0 at Furman ..............................................................W, 2-0 vs. Harvard % .......................................................W, 3-1 vs. Louisville % ......................................................W, 6-2 WINCONSIN-MILWAUKEE ........................................W, 1-0 at Liberty * ............................................................W, 3-1 BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN ...................................... L, 0-1 UNC ASHEVILLE * .................................................. L, 0-1 vs. Hofstra ^ .........................................................W, 3-2 vs. Virginia Tech ^ ................................................ L, 0-2 at Radford * .......................................................... L, 1-2 WAKE FOREST ........................................................ L, 1-2 at UNC Greensboro@ ............................................ L, 0-2 vs. Davidson@............................ ..................T(2OT), 1-1 at VMI * .................................................................W, 5-0 at Winthrop * .........................................................W, 2-0 HIGH POINT * ........................................................W, 5-0 vs. South Carolina & ..............................................W, 3-2 at College of Charleston &..................................... L, 2-3 vs. VMI # ...............................................................W, 1-0 vs. UNC Asheville # ...............................................W, 1-0 at Birmingham-Southern # ...................................W, 4-0 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

vs. New Hampshire @ ........................................... L, 0-1 VCU & .....................................................................W, 4-3 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON &..................................T, 1-1 at Birmingham-Southern * .................................... L, 2-3 RADFORD * ............................................................ L, 1-2 at Davidson ............................................................ L, 1-3 at High Point * .......................................................W, 2-0 UNC GREENSBORO ................................................ L, 0-1 at Winthrop * .........................................................W, 3-1 at UNC Asheville .............................................. W(ot), 1-0 VMI * .....................................................................W, 4-2 LIBERTY * ..............................................................W, 3-1 vs. High Point # ....................................................W, 4-0 vs. VMI # ...............................................................W, 2-1 vs. Winthrop # ................................................ W(ot), 1-0 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, 5-6) COACH SHAUN DOCKING at Oakland ............................................................. L, 0-1 at Michigan ............................................................W, 3-2 BOWLING GREEN% ................................................W, 2-0 RICHMOND%..........................................................W, 1-0 vs. Stetson$ ...........................................................W, 5-3 vs. Gardner-Webb$ .................................................T, 1-1 DAVIDSON .............................................................. L, 1-2 UNC WILLIMNGTON .................................................T, 0-0 at Liberty* ............................................................. L, 1-2 at UNC Greensboro ................................................ L, 0-4 UNC ASHEVILLE* ...................................................W, 1-0 at #8 Wake Forest ................................................ L, 0-2 at College of Charleston ........................................W, 3-2 at Radford*............................................................ L, 2-5 at VMI* ..................................................................W, 2-0 BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN*.....................................W, 3-1 WINTHROP* ................................ W(2OT), 2-1 HIGH POINT* .............................. ................ W(2OT), 1-0 vs. UNC Asheville# ................................................W, 2-1 vs. High Point# ..................................................... L, 1-2 % Coastal/adidas Invitational $ Furman/Diadora Invitational * Big South Conference game # Big South Tournament at Radford

2005 (11-9-1, 5-2) NCAA TOURNAMENT BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONS COACH SHAUN DOCKING NORTHEASTERN % ................................................W, 6-0 BINGHAMTON % .................................................... L, 0-1 vs. #24 Ohio State ^............................................ L, 1-3 vs. Mercer ^..........................................................W, 5-3 at Harvard @ ........................................................ L, 0-3

Nine Big South Conference Championships

Nine Big South Tournament Championships

Seven NCAA Tournament Bids

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2009 (9-2-7, 5-0-3) COACH SHAUN DOCKING

FLORIDA GULF COAST! ........................................... L, 2-3 SAINT JOSEPH’S! .................................................... L, 2-3 vs. Jacksonville#............................................. T(2ot), 1-1 vs. Presbyterian#..................................................W, 4-0 at UNC Wilmington@ .............................................. L, 0-1 vs. College of Charleston@ ................................... L, 1-2 CAL STATE FULLERTON ................................... L(OT), 1-2 VMI*.......................................................................W, 1-0 at UNC Asheville*...................................................W, 5-0 GEORGE WASHINGTON ...........................................W, 4-3 LIBERTY* ...............................................................W, 2-1 at Davidson ............................................................ L, 2-4 WAKE FOREST ........................................................ L, 0-5 at High Point* ........................................................W, 1-0 at Clemson .............................................................W, 2-1 NORTH FLORIDA ....................................................W, 4-1 at Winthrop* ..........................................................W, 2-1 RADFORD ...............................................................W, 1-0 vs. Radford$ .......................................................... L, 1-3 * Big South Conference game ! CCU/adidas Invitational # Furman Invitational @ UNCW Classic $ Big South Tournament at Winthrop

at College of Charleston ........................................ L, 3-4 ALBANY % .................................. .............. T(2OT), 1-2 ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.)% ..............................................W, 1-0 vs. Georgetown@ .................................................. L, 0-3 at Davidson@ ........................................................W, 3-1 FURMAN ...................................... ..................T(2OT), 3-3 at Cal State Fullerton^ ............... ..................T(2OT), 1-1 vs. #24 Cal State Northridge^ .............................W, 2-1 LIBERTY* .................................... ..................T(2OT), 0-0 GARDNER-WEBB* .................................................. L, 1-2 at High Point* ............................. ..................T(2OT), 0-0 at Presbyterian* ........................ ..................T(2OT), 1-1 VMI.................................................................. W(OT), 1-0 at UNC Asheville*...................................................W, 2-1 at Winthrop* ..........................................................W, 3-1 RADFORD* .............................................................W, 3-1 vs. VMI$ .................................................................W, 1-0 vs. Winthrop$.....................T(2OT), 1-1 (lost 4-2 in PKs) * Big South Conference game % CCU/adidas Invitational @ Davidson/adidas Classic ^ Cal State Fullerton Tournament $ Big South Tournament at High Point, N.C.

2008 (10-10-1, 5-2-1) COACH SHAUN DOCKING FAU.........................................................................W, 1-0 LONGWOOD ............................................................ L, 1-2 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.)% ........................................... L, 0-1 vs. Oakland% ......................................................... L, 1-4 vs. Charlotte@................................................ W(OT), 2-1 vs. Dayton @ ......................................................... L, 1-3 UNC WILMINGTON .................................................. L, 0-3 VCU ........................................................................ L, 0-4 at VMI* ..................................................................W, 3-2 at Liberty* .............................................................W, 2-1 at Gardner-Webb* ................................................. L, 1-2 HIGH POINT* .........................................................W, 1-0 UNC ASHEVILLE* ...................................................W, 1-0 at Radford*................................. ..................T(2OT), 1-1 PRESBYTERIAN* ...................................................W, 4-2 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ..................................W, 2-1 WINTHROP* ........................................................... L, 2-3 at North Florida ..................................................... L, 0-3 vs. Radford$ ..........................................................W, 1-0 vs. UNC Asheville$ .................................................W, 1-0 vs. Winthrop$ ......................................................... L, 3-4 * Big South Conference game ! CCU/adidas Invitational @ UNCW Classic $ Big South Tournament at Coastal Carolina % Niagara University Tournament

75 All-Big South First Team Selections

ALL-TIME RESULTS

COASTAL CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER 2010 2007 (10-8-1, 1-5-2) COACH SHAUN DOCKING

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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Season 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 * 1987 * 1988 1989 * 1990 * 1991 1992 # 1993 1994 1995 *# 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 *# 2002 # 2003 *# 2004 *# 2005 *# 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Overall 4-11-0 10-4-1 12-4-2 4-12-1 No Team No Team 15-7-0 14-8-1 18-2-1 14-6-1 4-14-1 18-4-0 16-3-2 7-8-3 16-2-1 6-12-1 10-10-0 17-5-0 7-9-2 6-10-1 7-9-2 12-4-1 11-5-1 10-8-3 19-3-2 20-3-0 14-8-1 11-9-1 11-7-2 10-8-1 10-10-1 9-2-7 342-207-40

Big South — — — —

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

Away 2-7-0 5-2-1 6-3-0 3-5-1

Neutral 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

4-3-0 7-1-0 7-5-0 1-1-0 5-1-0 9-2-0 5-6-1 0-0-0 9-1-0 8-1-1 8-1-0 2-0-0 5-1-0 9-1-1 4-5-0 1-0-0 2-4-0 2-7-1 2-7-0 0-0-0 6-0-0 8-0-0 7-4-0 3-0-0 4-2-0 8-1-0 7-2-2 1-0-0 1-4-1 5-3-0 1-5-3 1-0-0 7-0-0 9-0-0 6-1-1 1-1-0 4-4-1 2-5-1 2-5-0 2-2-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 3-6-0 1-1-0 5-2-0 12-1-0 3-4-0 2-0-0 3-4-0 4-3-1 3-5-0 0-1-1 1-5-1 5-3-1 1-6-0 0-1-0 3-3-0 6-2-0 1-6-1 0-1-1 6-1-0 7-1-1 4-3-0 1-0-0 5-2-0 7-0-1 3-3-0 1-2-0 3-2-2 4-4-1 3-3-1 3-1-1 6-1-0 7-0-0 6-2-1 6-1-1 6-1-0 9-0-0 6-3-0 5-0-0 4-3-0 3-3-0 5-4-0 6-1-1 5-2-0 4-3-1 3-4-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 6-1-1 3-5-0 2-1-1 6-0-0 5-4-0 4-2-0 1-2-1 5-2-1 7-4-0 2-3-1 1-3-0 5-0-3 4-0-3 3-1-1 2-1-1 120-53-9 177-67-16 118-118-14 47-22-8 # - NCAA Tournament Season | * - Big South Tournament Champions

Seven Big South Players of the Year

Goals For 24 47 59 31

Goals Against 85 24 22 46

80 52 67 59 19 76 47 31 63 34 43 73 28 26 29 42 41 36 67 72 52 41 31 36 28 29 1,363

30 38 12 36 46 19 20 16 17 38 31 22 32 42 32 18 22 29 18 16 25 31 29 31 37 20 126

Five NSCAA All-Americans

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