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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 Table of Contents General Information......................................................................1 Quick Facts........................................................................................2 2009 Schedule.................................................................................3 Patriots Point....................................................................................4 Media Information.........................................................................5 The Southern Conference...........................................................6 2009 Opponents...................................................................... 7-10 Coaching Staff.............................................................................. 11 Head Coach Ralph Lundy..............................................12-14 Assistant Head Coach Troy Lesesne........................................ 15 Assistant Coach Keith Wiggins.......................................... 15 Volunteer Assistant Coach Ian Fuller............................... 15 The Team........................................................................................ 16 Roster/Pronunication Guide............................................... 17 Returners/Transfers.........................................................18-24 Other Returners/Newcomers.......................................25-27 2008 Season Recap..................................................................... 28 2008 Statistics.......................................................................... 29 2008 Results............................................................................. 30 2008 Superlatives................................................................... 31 2008 in the Southern Conference.................................... 32 History............................................................................................. 33 Year-by-Year Results.............................................................. 34 Team Records........................................................................... 35 Individual Game Records.................................................... 36 Individual Season Records.................................................. 37 Individual Career Records................................................... 38 College of Charleston Facts..................................................... 39 City of Charleston Facts............................................................. 40

General Information Location................................................................... Charleston, SC Enrollment..............................................................................11,617 Founded..................................................................................... 1770 President.....................................................Dr. P. George Benson Director of Ahtletics....................................................... Joe Hull Nickname.............................................................................Cougars Colors................................................................Maroon and White Affiliation..............................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................... Southern Quick Facts Head Coach ........................................... Ralph Lundy (Western Carolina, ‘72) Record at CofC/Years .....................................................................................254-177-27/23 Overall Record/Years .....................................................................................384-248-40/34 Assistant Head Coach ....................................................................Troy Lesesne (CofC, ‘04) Assistant Coach ...................................................................Keith Wiggins (CofC ‘04) Volunteer Assistant Coach ....................................................................Ian Fuller (Clemson ‘02) Office Phone......................................................... (843) 953-8253 Home Field............................................................... Patriots Point Capacity................................................................................ 1,200 Surface...............................................................Bermuda Grass Press Box Phone................................................. (843) 953-9142 2008 Record.........................................................................11-10-0 2008 Conference Record/Finish............................. 3-4-0/5th Starters R/L................................................................................. 10/7 Letterwinners R/L.................................................................14/10 Newcomers..................................................................................... 14 Media Relations Department

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Assistant AD/Media Relations ............................................................................................Tony Ciuffo Associate Director/Media Relations .................................................................................. Simon Whitaker Assistant Director/Soccer Contact ............................................................................................ John Gatto Office Number .................................................................................... (843) 953-5465 Gatto’s e-mail ..................................................................................gattoj@cofc.edu Gatto’s Cell Phone .................................................................................... (570) 357-5069 Assistant Director ......................................................................................... Josh Darling Fax .................................................................................... (843) 953-6534 Web Site ..................................................................................CofCSports.com

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009

2009 Schedule Date Day Sept. 1 Mon. Sept. 4 Fri. Sept. 6 Sun.

Opponent COASTAL CAROLINA

Location Patriots Point

Nike/Aaron Olitsky Memorial Soccer Classic at Patriots Point Old Dominion vs. Furman Patriots Point AIR FORCE Patriots Point Furman vs. Air Force Patriots Point OLD DOMINION Patriots Point

Sept. 11 Fri. Sept. 13 Sun. Sept. 18 Fri. Sept. 20 Sun.

Furman Diadora/Spinx Invitational vs. North Florida Greenville, S.C. vs. Florida Gulf Coast Greenville, S.C. at Lehigh at Bucknell

Bethlehem, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

Sept. 25 Sept. 27

Fri. Sun.

Jacksonville Soccer Invitational vs. Stetson Jacksonville, Fla. vs. Jacksonville Jacksonville, Fla.

Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 30 Nov. 6

Wed. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tues. Sun. Tues. Sat. Tues. Fri. Fri.

at Davidson* at Alabama A&M ELON* at UNC Greensboro* WAKE FOREST at Georgia Southern* WINTHROP APPALACHIAN STATE* FURMAN* at Wofford* at Maryland

Fri.-Sun.

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Semi-Finals & Finals at Highest Seed

Nov. 13-15

Davidson, N.C. Normal, Ala. Patriots Point Greensboro, NC Patriots Point Statesboro, Ga. Patriots Point Patriots Point Patriots Point Spartanburg, S.C. College Park, Md.

Time 7:00 5:00 7:30 Noon 2:30 4:00 Noon 7:00 1:00 5:00 2:30 7:00 1:00 6:00 7:00 7:00 4:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 6:00 7:00 TBA

* - Southern Conference Match Home games in bold and ALL CAPS All Home Matches Held at Patriots Point Field in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009

Patriots Point Soccer Stadium The College of Charleston will be playing its tenth season at Patriots Point Athletics Complex in Mt. Pleasant, SC. The $6.5 million facility is home to the Cougar soccer, softball, and baseball programs. The main building is equipped with locker rooms, a meeting area and press areas for all teams. Also housed there are concessions and a full laundry facility. The 35-acre complex also includes softball and baseball practice fields as well as five Mt. Pleasant youth soccer fields. Recently completed is a new expanded state-of-the-art training building that will fulfill the medical needs of all the student-athletes at Patriots Point. Patriots Point was completed in the fall of 2000 and was a collaborative effort between the College of Charleston, the Town of Mt. Pleasant, and the Patriots Point Development Authority. The complex operates on a joint agreement between Mt. Pleasant and CofC concerning the use and maintenance of the fields.

First Game.....................................................Winthrop 3, CofC 2 (Sept. 9, 2000) First Loss................................................................USC 2, CofC 0 (Sept. 13, 2000) First Overtime Game............................. CofC 2, Army 1(2ot) (Sept. 10, 2000) Last Overtime Game...............CofC 1, Jacksonville 0 (2ot) (Sept. 25, 2008) Largest Margin of Victory.................................... W 5-0 vs. VMI (Nov. 8, 2003) Largest Margin of Defeat............................L 0-4 vs. Furman (Sept. 25, 2001) ..................................................................0-4 vs. South Carolina (Sept. 19, 2008) Longest Winning Streak................................9 (Oct. 11, 2003 - Oct. 20, 2004) Longest Unbeaten Streak............................ 14 (Nov. 6, 2002 - Oct. 27, 2004) Overtime Games................................................................................................. 4-3-4 Most Wins in a Season...................................................................7 (2003, 04, 07) Most Losses in a Season..............................................................................4 (2001)

Team Records Points.............. 17............vs. Northwestern...................................... Sept. 5, 2003 Goals................ 5.............vs. Central Florida..................................... Sept. 3, 2006 ........................... 5.............vs. W. Michigan......................................... Sept. 2, 2005 ........................... 5.............vs. VMI........................................................... Nov. 8, 2003 ........................... 5.............vs. Northwestern...................................... Sept. 5, 2003 Assists.............. 7.............vs. Northwestern...................................... Sept. 5, 2003 Shots............... 26............vs. South Carolina....................................Oct. 20, 2004 Saves............... 10............vs. Central Florida..................................... Sept. 3, 2006 .......................... 10............vs. Richmond............................................. Sept. 7, 2003 .......................... 10............vs. Coastal Carolina................................... Nov. 3, 2001 Individual Records Points.......... 6....... Jeremy Gold vs. Davidson..............................Sept. 30, 2006 ...................... 6....... Jeremy Gold vs. W. Michigan.......................... Sept. 2, 2005.

“We maintain the playing surface like a golf course fairway,” said Kevin Taylor, Patriots Point Facility and Ground Manager and a goalie on Clemson’s 1987 national championship team. “It’s as good a surface as I’ve played on or any golf course fairway that I’ve seen.”

Goals........... 3....... Jeremy Gold vs. Davidson..............................Sept. 30, 2006

“If I was a young man or woman I’d want to play at the College of Charleston and Patriots Point Stadium because it’s as good a soccer facility as there is in the nation,” added Taylor, who worked as a golf course superintendent for 11 years.

Shots........... 7....... Troy Lesesne vs. USC..........................................Oct. 20, 2004

...................... 3....... Jeremy Gold vs. W. Michigan.......................... Sept. 2, 2005 Assists......... 2....... Miles Alden-Dunn vs. Wofford......................... Oct. 1, 2005 ...................... 2....... Jeremy Gold vs. App. State................................ Oct. 1, 2005 ...................... 2....... Several Others................................................................................ Saves.......... 10...... Wes Martino vs. C. Carolina.............................. Nov. 3, 2001 ..................... 10...... Corbin Waller vs. Central Fla............................ Sept. 2, 2005 Top Five Attendance 1,844.........vs. #1 UNC Greensboro................... Oct. 30, 2004..................... L 1-3

All-Time Patriots Point Record 2000...............................................................................................................4-3-0 2001...............................................................................................................3-4-1 2002...............................................................................................................6-1-1 2003...............................................................................................................7-0-1 2004...............................................................................................................7-1-1 2005...............................................................................................................4-3-0 2006...............................................................................................................5-3-0 2007...............................................................................................................7-2-0 2008...............................................................................................................6-3-0 Total.................................................................................. 49-20-4



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1,636.........vs. #15 South Carolina..................... Oct. 20, 2004................... W 3-0 1,071.........vs. South Carolina............................. Oct. 23, 2002................... W 1-0 1,050.........vs. Davidson........................................ Sept. 30, 2006................. W 3-1 1.015.........vs. #10 Ohio State.............................. Sept. 12, 2008.................W, 3-2

Since its Opening in 2000, Patriots Point Soccer Stadium has hosted such major programs as SMU, South Carolina, Ohio State and Brown ...

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 Media Information Media Relations: The College of Charleston Media Relations office is located in room 109 of the Carolina First Arena. The mailing address is 301 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC, 29401. Charleston’s Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations is Tony Ciuffo and Associate Director of Media Relations is Simon Whitaker. Assistant Directors of Media Relations are John Gatto (Men’s Soccer Contact) and Josh Darling. CREDENTIALS: All requests for media credentials should be made through the CofC Media Relations office. Requests for individual games should be made before noon of game day. PRESS ROOM: The press room is located on the second floor of the main building at Patriots Point and may be accessed by stairwells on both sides. One phone line will be provided for visiting radio crews. The main number in the press room is (843) 953-9142. INTERVIEWS: All requests for interviews with Coach Lundy, his staff and players should be made through the CofC Media Relations office. Arrangements for player interviews should be made at least two days in advance to accommodate the student-athlete’s class and practice schedule. STATISTICAL SERVICES: Game programs, complete statistics and pregame notes on both the Cougars and their opponents will be available in the press room prior to each game. A complete box score will be available at halftime and at the conclusion of each game. POST-GAME PROCEDURE: Interviews with coaches and players will be conducted outside the locker rooms at the conclusion of every game. Working media should contact John Gatto at (843) 953-9142 before the game’s conclusion so that selected players may be notified.

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 Appalachian State • Chattanooga • College of Charleston • The Citadel • Davidson • Furman • Georgia Southern • UNC Greensboro • Samford • Western Carolina • Wofford

Commissioner John Iamarino



Championship History

Senior Associate Commissioner....................................Geoff Cabe Associate Commissioner.................................................. Sue Arakas Associate Commissioner/Compliance.........................Doug King Assistant Commissioner/Championships............. Brandon Neff Assistant Comissioner/Media Relations................. Jason Yaman Director of Multimedia Services..............................Jamie Severns Senior Account Executive, SoCon Sports Properties............ Mike Mitchell Associate Director/Media Relations................ Jonathan Caskey Media Relations Assistant......................................JoAnne Cannell Assistant to the Commissioner.............................Caroline Sanker

702 North Pine Street Spartanburg, S.C. 29303 www.SoConSports.com The Southern Conference, which began its 89th season of intercollegiate competition in 2009, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and defining the league’s role in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. The Southern Conference has also excelled as the premier Football Championship Subdivision conference. Last December, Southern Conference member Appalachian State became the first team to win three consecutive Football Championship Subdivision titles. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. League athletes have been recognized countless times on Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-America and district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Southern Conference office is located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, the Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the SoCon a first class meeting area and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents.

Membership History The Southern Conference was formed on February 25, 1921 at a meeting in Atlanta, Ga. as 14 institutions from the 30-member Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) reorganized as the Southern Conference. Those charter members included Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. Athletic competition began in the fall of 1921. In 1922, six more schools - Florida, LSU, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tulane and Vanderbilt joined the fold. A year later, the University of the South joined the ranks. VMI became a member in 1925 and Duke was added 1929. Since then, conference membership has experienced a series of membership changes with 42 institutions having been affiliated with the league. The league has undergone two major transitions during its history. The first occurred in December 1932 when the Southeastern Conference was formed from the 23-school Southern Conference. The league’s 13 members west and south of the Appalachian Mountains reorganized to help reduce the extensive travel demands that were present in the league at the time. In 1936, the Southern Conference invited The Citadel, William & Mary, Davidson, Furman, Richmond and Wake Forest to join the membership. The second major shift came about in 1953 when Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest withdrew from the league to form the Atlantic Coast Conference. This change was brought about due to the desire of many of those schools to schedule a greater number of regular season basketball games against local rivals. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that spans Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Western Carolina, Wofford and the conference’s newest member, Samford. The Bulldogs officially joined the Southern Conference on July 1, 2008, bringing membership of the conference to a total of 12 institutions.

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The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. The Southern Conference began sponsoring women’s sports during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Southern Conference currently declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball.

Southern Conference Tournament Format In order to ease the financial burdens stemming from travel for the Southern Conference and it’s member institutions, the league has announced a number of temporary cost cutting measures. Beginning in 2009, for a period of one year, the sports of women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s soccer, softball and men’s and women’s tennis will have the field for their respective Southern Conference Tournaments narrowed to the top four teams in the regular season. Additionally, baseball series will now be played over two days instead of three and will consist of a double-header one of the two days. Measures will be re-evaluated early in 2010.

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2009 Opponents Coastal Carolina Date of match: September 1 School’s location: Conway, S.C. Enrollment: 8,049 Nickname: Chanticleers School Colors: Bronze and Black Conference: Big South

President: Mr. David DeCenzo Athletics Director: William D. Koegel Stadium: CCU Soccer Field Capacity: 1,700 Head Coach: Shaun Dockling Record at Coastal/Yrs.: 135-74-15/ 11 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 155-93-17/13

Air Force

2008 Overall Team Record: 10-10-1 2008 Conference Record: 5-2-1 SID Contact: Deandra Dash SID E-Mail: ddanch@coastal.edu Office Phone: (843) 349-2819 Website: www.goccusports.com

Superintendant: Lt. Gen. John F. Regni Athletics Director: Dr . Hans Mueh Date of match: September 4 School’s location: USAF Academy, Colo. Stadium: Cadet Soccer Stadium Capacity: 2,000 Enrollment: 40,000 Head Coach: Jeremy Gunn Nickname: Falcons Record at Air Force/Yrs.: 10-25-2/2 School Colors: Blue and Silver Conference: Mtn. Pacific Sports Federation Overall Career Record/Yrs.: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 5-13-1 2008 Conference Record: 1-6-0 SID Contact: Jerry Cross SID E-Mail: Jerry.Cross@usafa.edu Office Phone: (719) 333-3950 Website: www.goairforcefalcons.com

Old Dominion

President: John Broderick Athletic Director: Jim Jarrett Stadium: Old Dominion Soccer Stadium Capacity: 4,000 Head Coach: Alan Dawson Record at ODU/Yrs.: 138-77-21/12 Overall Career Record/Yrs/: 267-107-31/21

2008 Overall Team Record: 9-7-3 2008 Conference Record: 6-4-1 SID Contact: Carol Hudson Jr. SID E-Mail: chudson@odu.edu Office Phone: (757) 683-3372 Website: www.odusports.com

President: John Delaney Athletics Director: Dr. Richard Gropper Stadium: Hodges Stadium Capacity: 9,300 Head Coach: Ray Bunch Record at North Florida/Yrs.: 149-138-21/18 Overall Career Record: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 9-10-0 2008 Conference Record: 4-5-0 SID Contact: Chris Whitehead SID E-Mail: TBA Office Phone: (904) 620-4025 Website: www.unfospreys.com

Date of match: September 6 School’s location: Norfolk, Va. Enrollment: 23,500 Nickname: Monarchs School Colors: State Blue, Sky Blue and Silver Conference: Colonial

North Florida Date of match: September 11 School’s location: Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment: 17,000 Nickname: Ospreys School Colors: Navy Blue and Gray Conference: Atlantic Sun

Florida Gulf Coast

President: Dr. Wilson Bradshaw Date of match: September 13 Athletics Director: Kevin Kavanagh School’s location: Fort Myers, Fla. Stadium: FGSU Soccer Complex Capacity: 2,000 Enrollment: 10,366 Head Coach: Bob Butehorn Nickname: Eagles School Colors: Cobalt Blue and Emerald Green Record at FGSU/Yrs.: 14-20-3/2 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 48-52-7/6 Conference: Atlantic Sun

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

2008 Overall Team Record: 6-10-2 2008 Conference Record: 3-5-1 SID Contact: Caleb Baker SID E-Mail: cbaker@fgsu.edu Office Phone: (239) 590-7064 Website: www.fgsuathletics.com

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2009 Opponents Lehigh Date of match: September 18 School’s location: Bethlehem, Pa. Enrollment: 4,700 Nickname: Mountain Hawks School Colors: Brown and White Conference: Patriot League

Bucknell Date of match: September 20 School’s location: Lewisburg, Pa. Enrollment: 3,583 Nickname: Bison School Colors: Orange and Blue Conference: Patriot League

Stetson Date of match: September 25 School’s location: Deland, Fla. Enrollment: 2,492 Nickname: Hatters School Colors: Hunter Green and White Conference: Atlantic Sun

Jacksonville Date of match: September 27 School’s location: Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment: 3,236 Nickname: Dolphins School Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Atlantic Sun

President: Dr. Alice P. Gast Athletic Director: Joe Sterrett Stadium: Ulrich Sports Complex Capacity: N/A Head Coach: Dean Koski Record at Lehigh/Yrs.: 152-120-42/17 Overall Career Record: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 7-7-3 2008 Conference Record: 2-3-2 SID Contact: Garrett Falk SID E-Mail: TBA Office Phone: (610)758-5701 Website: www.lehighsports.com

President: Brian C. Mitchell Athletics Director: John P. Hardt Stadium: Emmitt Field at Holmes Stadium Capacity: 1,250 Head Coach: Brendan Nash Record at Bucknell/Yrs.: 89-76-28/10 Overall Career Record: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 8-8-3 2008 Conference Record: 3-4-0 SID Contact: Jon Terry SID E-Mail: terry@bucknell.edu Office Phone: (570) 577-3121 Website: www.bucknellbison.com

President: Dr. H. Douglas Lee Athletics Director: Jeff Altier Stadium: Stetson Soccer Complex Capacity: 500 Head Coach: T. Morgan Fleck Record at Stetson/Yrs.: 19-12-4/2 Overall Career Record: 187-146-31/22

2008 Overall Team Record: 8-7-2 2008 Conference Record: 5-3-1 SID Contact: Dean Watson SID E-Mail: dwatson@stetson.edu Office Phone: (336) 822-8130 Website: www.gohatters.com

President: Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletic Director: Alan Verlander Stadium: Ashley Sports Complex Capacity: 500 Head Coach: Mike Johnson Record at JU/Yrs.: 46-49-17/7 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 121-90-16/11

2008 Overall Team Record: 8-7-2 2008 Conference Record: 5-3-1 SID Contact: Brian DeLettre SID E-Mail: tdelett@ju.edu Office Phone: (904) 256-7478 Website: www.judolphins.com

Davidson

President: Tom Ross Date of match: September 30 Athletics Director: Jim Murphy School’s location: Davidson, N.C. Stadium: Alumni Stadium Capacity: 2,000 Enrollment: 1,800 Head Coach: Matt Spear Nickname: Wildcats Record at Davidson/Yrs.: 74-77-1/9 School Colors: Red and Black Overall Career Record/Yrs.: Same Conference: Southern

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2008 Overall Team Record: 4-14-1 2008 Conference Record: 2-5-0 SID Contact: Matthew Harris SID E-Mail: maharris@davidson.edu Office Phone: (704) 894-2931 Website: www.davidsonwildcats.com

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2009 Opponents Alabama A&M Date of match: October 3 School’s location: Normal, Ala. Enrollment: 5,000 Nickname: Bulldogs School Colors: Maroon and White Conference: Independent

Elon Date of match: October 6 School’s location: Elon, N.C. Enrollment: 5,456 Nickname: Phoenix School Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Southern

UNC Greensboro Date of match: October 10 School’s location: Greensboro, N.C. Enrollment: 16,600 Nickname: Spartans School Colors: Gold, White and Navy Conference: Southern

Wake Forest Date of match: October 13 School’s location: Winston Salem, N.C. Enrollment: 4,476 Nickname: Demon Deacons School Colors: Old Gold and Black Conference: Atlantic Coast

President: Andrew Hugine Athletics Director: Betty Austin Stadium: John Hunt Park Capacity: N/A Head Coach: Salah Yousif Record at Ala. A&M/Yrs.: 75-67-15/9 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 9-5-3 2008 Conference Record: N/A SID Contact: Tom Galbraith SID E-Mail: aamusportsinfo@yahoo.com Office Phone: (256) 372-4005 Website: www.aamusports.com

President: Dr. Leo Lambert Athletic Director: Dave Blank Stadium: Rudd Field Capacity: 500 Head Coach: Darren Powell Record at Elon/Yrs.: 37-33-9/4 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 87-45-12/7

2008 Overall Team Record: 10-9-1 2008 Conference Record: 7-0-0 SID Contact: Erica Roberson SID E-Mail: eroberson2@elon.edu Office Phone: (336) 278-6711 Website: www.elonphoenix.com

Chancellor: Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan Interim Athletics Director: Rod Wyatt Stadium: UNCG Soccer Stadium Capacity: 3,540 Head Coach: Michael Parker Record at UNCG/Yrs.: 375-154-23/25 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 488-182-30/33

2008 Overall Team Record: 10-11-3 2008 Conference Record: 2-5-0 SID Contact: Mike Hirschman SID E-Mail: mwhirsch@uncg.edu Office Phone: (336) 334-5615 Website: www.uncgspartans.com

President: Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletics Director: Ron Wellman Stadium: Spry Stadium Capacity: 2,800 Head Coach: Jay Vidovich Record at Wake/Yrs.: 208-83-28/16 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 21-2-1 2008 Conference Record: 7-0-1 SID Contact: Chad Crunk SID E-Mail: crunkmc@wfu.edu Office Phone: (336) 758-5842 Website: www.wakeforestsports.com

Georgia Southern

President: Dr. Bruce Grube Athletic Director: Sam Baker Date of match: October 18 School’s location: Statesboro, Ga. Stadium: Eagle Field Capacity: 500 Enrollment: 16,841 Head Coach: Kevin Kennedy Nickname: Eagles Record at GSU/Yrs.: 24-26-4/3 School Colors: Blue and White Overall Career Record: Same Conference: Southern

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

2008 Overall Team Record: 8-8-1 2008 Conference Record: 4-3-0 SID Contact: Barrett Gilham SID E-Mail: bg00251@georgiasouthern.edu Office Phone: (912) 478-5239 Website: www.georgiasoutherneagles.com

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2009 Opponents Winthrop

President: Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio Athletics Director: Tom Hickman Stadium: Eagle Field Capacity: 1,600 Head Coach: Rich Posipanko Record at Winthrop/Yrs.: 205-164-26/20 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 322-213-46/30

2008 Overall Team Record: 15-6-1 2008 Conference Record: 6-2-0 SID Contact: Brett Rhedden SID E-Mail: reddenb@winthrop Office Phone: (803) 323-2129 ext. 6246 Website: www.winthropeagles.com

Chancellor: Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock Athletics Director: Charlie Cobb Stadium: Appalachian Soccer Stadium Capacity: 1,000 Head Coach: Shaun Pendleton Record at ASU/Yrs.: 10-8-0/1 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 330-61-13/20

2008 Overall Team Record: 10-8-0 2008 Conference Record: 4-3-0 SID Contact: Eric Bohannon SID E-Mail: bohannonec@appstate.edu Office Phone: (828)-262-7166 Website: www.goasu.com

President: Dr. David Shi Athletic Director: Gary Clark Date of match: October 27 School’s location: Greenville, S.C. Stadium: Eugene E. Stone, III Soccer Stadium Capacity: 3,000 Enrollment: 2,600 Head Coach: Doug Allison Nickname: Paladins School Colors: Purple and White Record at Furman/Yrs.: 192-79-22/14 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: Same Conference: Southern

2008 Overall Team Record: 11-8-1 2008 Conference Record: 4-3-0 SID Contact: Jordan Caskey SID E-Mail: jordan.caskey@furman.edu Office Phone: (864) 294-3065 Website: www.furmanpaladins.com

Wofford

President: Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap Athletics Director: Richard Johnson Stadium: Snyder Field Capacity: 2,250 Head Coach: Ralph Polson Record at Wofford/Yrs.: 6-13/1 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: Same

2008 Overall Team Record: 6-13-0 2008 Conference Record: 2-5-0 SID Contact: Courtney Thompson SID E-Mail: Thompsontk@wofford.edu Office Phone: (864) 597-4092 Website: athletics.wofford.edu

President: Dr. C.D. Mote, Jr. Athletics Director: Deborah A. Yow Stadium: Ludwig Field Capacity: 6,500 Head Coach: Sasho Cirovski Record at Maryland/Yrs.: 236-102-20/16 Overall Career Record/Yrs.: 262-114-20/18

2008 Overall Team Record: 23-3 2008 Conference Record: 6-2 SID Contact: Jodi Fick SID E-Mail: jfick@umd.edu Office Phone: (301) 314-7064 Website: www.umterps.com

Date of match: October 20 School’s location: Rock Hill, S.C. Enrollment: 6,500 Nickname: Eagles School Colors: Garnet and Gold Conference: Big South

Appalachian State Date of match: October 24 School’s location: Boone, N.C. Enrollment: 16,600 Nickname: Mountaineers School Colors: Black and Gold Conference: Southern

Furman

Date of match: October 30 School’s location: Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment: 1,400 Nickname: Terriers School Colors: Old Gold and Black Conference: Southern

Maryland Date of match: November 6 School’s location: College Park, Md. Enrollment: 36,014 Nickname: Terrapins School Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold Conference: Atlantic Coast

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Coaching Staff


College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 Head Coach Ralph Lundy (Western Carolina, 1972)

Ralph Lundy enters his 23rd

SoCon second squad.

year as the head coach at the College of

Charleston posted a 13-5-1 record and a 6-1-0 Southern Conference mark

Charleston and 34th overall. His career

in 2007. Midfielder Justin Fojo will was invited to play with his native

record is 384-248-40, which includes

Trinidad and Tobago national team. Fojo was named to the third team

a 254-177-27 mark with the Cougars.

as a College Soccer News Freshman All-American and by the National

Lundy ranks fifth in victories among ac-

Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas All-Region second team

tive NCAA coaches.

in December. Forward Kareem Yearwoood led the SoCon in points and points-per-game. Yearwood was named to the NSCAA/adidas All-Region

Lundy was named Trans America Athletic

and the SoCon All-Conference first teams, while Wes Knight received

Conference Coach-of-the-Year in 1993

second team All-Conference honors.

and 1994. He also led the Cougars to four straight TAAC titles from 1993-96.

The Cougars finished 2006 with a 10-9-1 overall and 4-3-0 in the SoCon. CofC hosted a first-round SoCon

In 2008, Charleston went 11-10-0 on the year with a 3-4 mark in the

Tournament match on Oct. 29 against

Southern Conference. The Cougars, as a five seed, made a run through

Appalachian State. Team highlights

the SoCon men’s soccer tournament, defeating Appalachian State 3-2

for the season included winning the

in overtime in round one and top-seeded Elon 4-1 in the semifinals. The

Aaron Olitsky Memorial Tournament

Cougars run ended in the Championship match, as they dropped a 2-1

on Sept. 3. Senior Jeremy Gold was

decision to eventual NCAA quaterfinalist UNC Greensboro.

named to the 2006 men’s soccer All-SoCon first team and the NSCAA/

The Cougars defeated nationally ranked powers Ohio State and Brown

adidas All-South First Team. He also

during the season and knocked off conference rival Furman in a match

led the SoCon in points and finished

that was nationally televised on the Fox Soccer Channel. Defender Wes

second in goals scored. Gold was

Knight was an All-Southern Conference first-team selection and was also

named to the College Soccer News

picked to the NSCAA/All-South Region team after anchoring a Cougar

National team on Oct. 2, becoming

defense that recorded five shutout victories. Knight was selected to

only the third Cougar in history to re-

compete at the 2009 MLS Combine and signed a contract with the USL’s

ceive this distinction. Gold and junior

Vancouver Whitecaps. Forward Kareem Yearwood was a second-team

Grant Guthrie each was named the SoCon Player of the Week for CofC.

All-SoCon and a NSCAA/All-South Region selection after scoring seven

Junior goalkeeper Corbin Waller led the SoCon in total saves and second

goals on the year, while defender Branko Gavric was named to the All-

in saves per game this season. Juniors Matt Curran and Miles Alden-Dunn were named to the SoCon TIAA-CREF Academic All-Conference team for

The Lundy File

Education College:.............................................Brevard College, Associate of Arts ............Western Carolina, Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education ................Western Carolina, Master’s Degree in Physical Education

the fall 2006 season. The Cougars finished the 2005 regular-season tied for fourth in the league, falling to the Paladins in the opening round of the Southern Conference Tournament. Charleston finished the season third in the SoCon in goals and

Hall of Fame Memberships Brevard College (Enshrined in 2006) Western Carolina (Enshrined in 2006)

fourth in saves. Jeremy Gold, who was third in the league in shots second

Coaching Career 1976-1986................................................................Erskine (Head Coach) 1987-Present.............................. College of Charleston (Head Coach)

Yearwood was named to the third team. Both players were also selected

Overall Collegiate Coaching Record Erskine (Head Coach)................................................................. 130-71-13 College of Charleston (Head Coach)..................................254-177-27

over USC in the last five meetings. Charleston also had impressive victories

in points, assists and goals, earned NSCAA All-South honors along with teammate Keion Yearwood. Gold was selected to the second-team, while the All-Southern Conference team. Highlights of the season included a victory over the South Carolina Gamecocks. The Cougars are now 4-0-1 over Western Michigan, Pennsylvania, Brown and a close overtime loss to then #2-ranked Duke. Hunter Gilstrap was drafted by Miami in the first round of the MSL draft in January. He was the 13th overall pick.

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

‘04 SoCon Tournament Champions

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 in the season. Charleston went 5-3 in the SoCon to finish tied for fourth. The Cougars had a stellar 2004 season, posting a 17-6-1 overall record

Four Cougars were selected to the

and a 5-1-1 record in the Southern Conference. Charleston’s .729 win-

All-Conference team with Jeff Files,

ning percentage ranked 14th in the nation. The regular season included

Tony Myers, Montae Seabrook and

impressive wins over 11th-ranked St. John’s and 15th-ranked South

Tyler Beckstead making the list. Files

Carolina. The win over St. John’s was his 200th at CofC.

and Seabrook would go on to make the NSCAA All-South Region team.

The Cougars won the SoCon tournament, advancing to the NCAA

After dropping to nationally-ranked

tournament for the first time since 1996. They defeated South Carolina

Washington and SMU earlier in the

in the first round before succumbing to UNC Greensboro in the second

year and just after falling to 14th-

round. The Cougars finished the season ranked 16th in the NSCAA/adidas

ranked Furman a few days before,

national poll, 25th in Soccer America Top 25, and 20th in the College

the Cougars stunned ninth-ranked

Soccer New Top 30.

South Carolina, 1-0 to give the College of Charleston its first victory

Several CofC soccer players earned accolades along with the team that

over the Gamecocks since the 1996

year. Troy Lesesne was named to the National Soccer Coaches Associa-

season.

tion of America (NSCAA) 2004 All-America team as well as being named to the All-Region team along with Drew Cavanagh and Keith Wiggans.

In 2001 Coach Lundy reached a milestone this season as he won his 300th

Cavanagh was chosen to participate in the Major League Soccer Combine.

career victory against Appalachian State in the Southern Conference tourna-

He anchored a Cougar defense that only allowed a 1.13 goals against

ment. The win put him 12th among active coaches and 17th all-time in the

average this past season and had a league-best nine shutouts. He was

NCAA. The team faced six nationally-ranked teams this season, including

selected to the league all-conference and all-tournament teams this year,

top-ranked SMU. The Cougars picked up the tie against TCU, before falling

marking the second year in a row he has earned those honors.

to the Mustangs 3-0. Charleston just got edged by UNC Greensboro in overtime and fell to Furman in the semifinals of the SoCon tournament for

Wiggans was chosen as an All-Conference and All-Tournament team

the second year in a row, with the score another close 1-0 decision.

member that season as well, which was a repeat from the 2003 season. Wiggans, who was selected to the NSCAA All-South team last year, had

The College of Charleston opened the 2000 season in the $6.5 million

17 wins last year, which marked the highest win total in CofC Division

Patriots Point facility. The Cougars went 10-9-3 on the year, falling to 12th-

I history.

ranked Furman in penalty kicks in the Southern Conference tournament semifinals. Jason Duncan was named to the NSCAA All-South Region team.

The Cougars finished the 2003 season with a 13-4-3 overall record and

Charleston played in a record seven overtime matches this season.

the 13 wins were the most for the team since 1995. Charleston advanced to the finals of the Southern Conference tournament, marking the first

The Cougars finished the 1999 season with a 6-14-1 record. Of the 14 losses

time since 1996 the Cougars have advanced to a conference tourna-

this year, four of them were from nationally-ranked teams and nine of them

ment final. Three Cougars received NSCAA All-South honors including

were by one goal.

Keith Wiggans and Drew Cavanagh earning second team accolades. Sage Martina was selected to the

Wins over Florida Atlantic, Evansville highlighted Coach Lundy’s 1998 sea-

third team. Wiggans, Cavanagh and

son as the Cougars entered the Southern Conference era with a 6-2 confer-

Jeff Files were selected to the 2003

ence mark. Charleston advanced in its first SoCon tournament, defeating

Southern Conference All-Tournament

Davidson, 5-2, before falling to tournament champion UNC Greensboro,

team. Coach Lundy and the Cougars

5-1. Jason Duncan and Suite were named to the All-Conference team with

recorded a program best 10 shutouts

Tim Sparks and Chris Imfeld earning All-Tournament honors.

for the season. Keith Wiggans set a program record since the school went

A young Cougar squad played a very demanding 1997 season and came

Division I with a 0.74 GAA.

away with a 7-12-1 overall mark and a 4-4 TAAC record, just missing the TAAC tournament and a chance to make its fourth straight trip to the NCAA

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The 2002 Cougars, under Coach

tournament. Coach Lundy’s team had quality wins this year with victories

Lundy, went 11-7-2. The Cougars

over Florida Atlantic, Navy and The Citadel. Rashad Miller made his mark

snapped Coastal Carolina’s 15-match

on the year as he was called up to the United States National U-23 Soccer

winning streak with a scoreless tie late

team.

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 South Region, with Alvaro Betancur, Shane Weems and Chad Carithers 1996 saw Lundy’s team earn its

making the All-Region team. Five players made the All-TAAC team that

fourth straight TAAC tournament

year. Carithers, Scott Clayton and Betancur were named first team, while

title with a 3-2 double overtime win

Josh Farrar and Weems made second team. Carithers just missed Player-

over Campbell. Damon Richvalsky

of-the-Year honors, placing second behind FIU’s Jose Ruiz. Lundy also led

earned tournament MVP honors

his team to a 7-0-2 undefeated record at home.

with teammates Sparks, Ted Haley, Cherry and Olitsky making the All-

The College of Charleston went 4-1 in its first year in the TAAC in 1992, go-

Tournament team. The Cougars,

ing 14-5-1 overall. This year marked the second year in a row the Cougars

11-10-1 overall and 5-2-1 in the

fell to South Carolina in overtime. Highlights included a 3-0 victory over

conference, faced Charlotte in the

ACC foe Wake Forest and wins over TAAC powers Florida International,

first round of the NCAA tournament,

Centenary and Stetson.

falling 3-1. Charleston finished the season 24th in the nation. Charles-

The 1991 Cougars, in their first year of Division I status, went 11-6-1, with

ton had marquee victories over

wins over future TAAC partners Georgia State and Jacksonville. Charleston

ninth-ranked Duke and fifth-ranked

also tied with Wake Forest. The team also went 7-0 at home.

Florida International. Coach Lundy has had 23 winning seasons in his 29 years as a head coach. The 1995 campaign marked the first time that one of Coach Lundy’s

He was named South Carolina’s Coach-of-the-Year three times and as

team earned a national ranking, debuting at #17 in the Soccer America

a head coach at Erskine led the Flying Fleet to seven district titles and

poll. The Cougars would finish the season only two spots below at 19.

three NAIA National Tournament appearances. Erskine experienced 10

Charleston went 14-7-1 on the year, and finished 6-2 in the TAAC to win its

winning seasons in Lundy’s 11 years at the helm.

third straight title. After cruising through the conference tournament the Cougars advanced to the NCAA tournament but fell in the first round, 2-0,

Lundy was an outstanding collegiate player at Brevard, where he earned

to a strong Clemson team. During the season the team totalled victories

his AA degree, and Western Carolina and is a Marine Corps veteran.

over tough competitors as Duke, Florida International, Furman and North

While a Catamount, Lundy received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees

Carolina to finish ranked 10th in the South Region.

in Physical Education.

The Cougars entered the 1994 season with arguably one of the toughest

Lundy, wo was enshrined into the Brevard and Western Carolina Athletics

schedules in the history of the program. They did not disappoint, going

Halls of Fame in 2006 and is also a member of the Erskine College Hall of

19-7 overall and 8-0 in the TAAC conference. Charleston, which rose as

Fame, is married to the former Elizabeth Knight of York, SC, and has three

high as eighth in the South Region, had wins over such teams as Fur-

children, Harper (20), Ralph III (18), and Lettie Rebecca (10).

man, UNLV, and 7th-ranked Florida International. Betancur and Carithers made the All-TAAC team along with Farrar, Brian Cherry, Kevin O’Brien

Ralph Lundy Season by Season

and Javier Vivanco. Coach Lundy earned TAAC Coach-of-the-Year honors for the second year in a row as the Cougars captured the TAAC title for the second straight season and roared into the NCAA tournament with victories at #1-seed Charlotte (1-0) and nationally ranked NC State (5-4). Charleston advanced all the way to the final eight before dropping a heartbreaker in the quarterfinals to UCLA (3-2). The win against Charlotte marked the first time that any College of Charleston team had garnered an NCAA tournament victory. In 1993 the Cougars finished with a 12-4-2, winning the TAAC regularseason title with a 5-2 mark and narrowly missed the NCAA tournament. Charleston had impressive wins against Southern Conference champion and NCAA participant Furman, nationally-ranked Charlotte and Vanderbilt. The Cougars also went head-to-head with NCAA national tournament runner-up South Carolina, finishing tied at 2-2 and defeated TAAC

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Erskine.........................12-4-0 Erskine.........................13-6-1 Erskine.........................11-5-1 Erskine.........................10-5-1 Erskine.........................11-5-3 Erskine.........................11-6-0 Erskine.........................17-5-0 Erskine.........................10-6-2 Erskine.........................9-11-2 Erskine.........................12-8-2 Erskine...................... 14-10-1 Charleston.................12-8-2 Charleston.................17-5-0 Charleston.............. 10-10-0 Charleston.................11-8-3 Charleston.................11-6-1 Charleston.................14-5-1

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Charleston.................12-4-2 Charleston.................19-7-0 Charleston.................14-7-1 Charleston.............. 11-10-1 Charleston.................7-12-1 Charleston.............. 10-12-0 Charleston.................6-14-1 Charleston.................10-9-3 Charleston.................6-11-1 Charleston.................11-7-2 Charleston.................13-4-3 Charleston.................17-6-1 Charleston................... 9-8-2 Charleston.................10-9-1 Charleston.................13-5-1 Charleston.............. 11-10-0 Totals............ 384-248-40

co-champion Florida International. The soccer team finished ninth in the

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

‘04 SoCon Tournament Champions

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 Assistant Head Coach Troy Lesesne (College of Charleston, 2004)

Troy Lesesne begins his second year as the assistant head coach and his fifth as a member of the coaching staff with the College of Charleston men’s soccer program.

In addition to his duties with the Cougars, Lesesne has served as an assistant coach with the 1993 South Carolina Olympic Development Program. He is also the head coach of the 1995 Mount Pleasant Soccer Club Elite Team. He currently holds a USSF “B” License.

Lesesne’s responsibilities range in all areas of the program, including academics, coordinating recruiting, alumni relations, scheduling, budgeting, and equipment.

A native of West Columbia, S.C., Lesesne was the recipient of the South Carolina NSCAA Player of the Year and the SC Gatorade Player of the Year awards during his prep career at Brookland-Cayce High School.

A former standout midfielder at the College of Charleston, Lesesne enjoyed his best season in 2004, where he was named to the NSCAA/adidas All-American team as well as the NSCAA/adidas All-South first team.

Lesesne graduated from the College of Charleston in 2004 with a bachelor’s in Corporate Communication. He is currently pursuing his master’s in Communication from CofC. Lesesne married the former Amanda Andrews on August 1st.

During his four years he helped lead the Cougars to 47 wins and a birth into the 2nd round of the NCAA College Cup after winning a Southern Conference championship in 2004. Lesesne was drafted by the USL Division I Charleston Battery, and played professionally for two years. During his two-year stint he played in 38 games and recorded 3 assists.

Assistant Coach Keith Wiggans (College of Charleston, 2004) Keith Wiggans enters his second season as an assistant coach with the men’s soccer program. He spent the 2007 season as an assistant with Charleston’s women’s soccer team. Wiggans supervises goalkeeper training as well as other administrative duties. Wiggans spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the West Virginia men’s soccer program and received his master’s degree in athletics coaching education. While at West Virginia, the Mountaineers posted a 15-3-3 record in 2006 with a perfect 9-0-1 record in Big East play, marking the first time in conference history that a team went undefeated playing at least a 10-game conference schedule. Wiggans and the staff were named the 2006 Big East coaching staff of the year. Mountaineers spent eight weeks ranked in the Top 10 this past season, including five in the Top five and earning a ranking as high as No. 3. Wiggans graduated from the College of Charleston in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications. Wiggans, a native of Athens, Ga., ended his college career as one of the most decorated goalkeepers in school history. As a three-year starter, he posted a 41-16-5 record and helped lead the Cougars to its first-ever Southern Conference title as well as a NCAA Tournament appearance in 2004. Wiggans was a four-year member of the All-SoCon Academic Honor Roll, two-year member of the SoCon All-Tournament and All-Conference teams, as well as a two-time NSCAA second-team All-South selection. Wiggans currently holds the school record for career goals against average (0.99), wins (41), shutouts (23) and saves (269). Currently, Wiggans is in his third season playing for the Charleston Battery of the United Soccer League (USL) First Division.

Volunteer Assistant Coach Ian Fuller (Clemson, 2002) Ian Fuller is in his second season as a Volunteer Assistant Coach. Fuller is in his third season playing for the Charleston Battery of the United Soccer Leagues (USL) First Division. From 2003-04, he was a member of the Rochester Rhinos, then played for the Vancouver Whitecaps in 2005. Both teams are members of the USL-1. Fuller , a native of Portland, Oregon, was drafted in the second round of the MLS’ Superdraft in 2002 by the New England Revolution following a stellar career at Clemson University. There, he was a three year starter and led his team in scoring in both his sophomore and senior seasons. In his senior year he led the Tigers to an ACC Tournament Championship and to the NCAA National Quarterfinals. Fuller earned a degree in Sports Management from Clemson in 2002.

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The Team


College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2009 Roster No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

Name Alex Rieflin Michael Flato Will Moore Robbie Benson Matt Morris Branko Gavric Justin Fojo Kareem Yearwood Sean Flatley Zach Prince Sean Bateau Steven Nagy Andrew Autenzio Francis Twohig George Khoury Rudi Hellberger Kelly Smith Thomas Winstead Michael Coleman Ralph Lundy, III Tyler Vukoder John Bello Jake Helmig Luke Hogan Kevin Cawthon Taylor Brittan Wes Murphy Shawn Ferguson Clark Hankins Kyle Hutson

Pos. GK GK D D F M M F D F D/M M F M M D/M M M D M D M M M/D M F D D GK GK

Yr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

Ht. 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-3 5-9 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-7 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-7 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-8 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-2

Wt. 180 175 160 150 160 185 160 150 193 165 158 150 185 145 160 160 170 135 170 165 160 174 155 170 135 165 160 175 175 175

Hometown (Previous School) Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Academic Magnet) Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando) Mt. Pleasant, SC (Wando) Rock Hill, S.C. (Northwestern) Anderson, S.C. (T.L. Hanna) Kitchener, Ontario (Eastwood) Lake Mary, Fla. (Lake Mary) Sousou Lands, Tobago (Signal Hill) Virginia Beach, Va. (Maryland) Columbia, S.C. (Irmo) Port-of-Spain, Trinidad (Fatima) Cali, Columbia (Colego Bolivar) Spartanburg, SC (Dorman) St. Simons Island, Ga. (Frederica Academy) Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Bishop England) Summerville, SC (Ft. Dorchester) Lookout Mountain, Ga. (IMG) Columbia, S.C. (Cardinal-Newman) Lilburn, Ga. (Parkview) Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando) Tega Cay, S.C. (Fort Mill) Sarasota, Fla. (Cardinal Nooney) Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Myrtle Beach) Mt. Pleasant, SC (Wando) Easley, S.C. (USC Upstate) Virginia Beach, Va. (Ocean Lakes) Pickens, S.C. (Pickens) Rock Hill, S.C. (Northwestern) Montgomery, Ala. (St. James) St. Louis, Mo. (Lundbergh)

Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Assistant Coaches: Troy Lesesne, Keith Wiggans Volunteer Coach: Ian Fuller Pro·nun·ci·a·tion Guide Troy Lesesne...................................................Troy Leh-sane Andrew Autenzio............................................... Ow-Ten-Zo Sean Bateau................................................... Shawn Ba-Toe Branko Gavric............................................Branko Gav-Rick George Khoury...............................................George Co-ry Francis Twohig...........................................Francis Tow-Hig Steven Nagy.............................................. Steven Nay-Gee Kareem Yearwood......................... Kuh-Reem Yearwood

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

‘04 SoCon Tournament Champions

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Matt Morris Senior • 5-11 • 160 Forward Anderson, S.C. (T.L. Hanna)

Kareem Yearwood Senior • 6-2 • 150 Forward SouSoulands, Tobago (Signal Hill)

Coach Lundy Says: “To have Matt back for his 6th year is tremendous for our program. He scored 9 goals in 14 matches for us last year! If he can stay healthy throughout the whole season, it will be a special year for him.” 2008: Served as team co-captain for the season … was regulated to action in 14 matches with 11 starts after battling several injuries … still led team in points with 19 and goals with nine ... was named Southern Conference Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 16 after scoring three goals over two matches in the 2008 Aaron Olitsky Memorial/NIke Soccer Classic ... scored game-winner against nationally-ranked Ohio State on Sept. 12 in the 70th minute in eventual 2-1 victory, then scored twice in 3-1 win over Brown on Sept. 14 ... was named MVP of Oltsky Memorial for his efforts ... tallied three goals in Charleston’s run to the Finals of the Southern Conference Tournament ... 2007: Served as team co-captain for the season...saw action in 16 games, starting in 14...was third on the team with four goals and two assists for 10 points ... 2006: Red-shirted ... 2005: Started in 11 of the 19 matches in which he played ...scored three goals and had three assists for nine points, enough for third on the team ... had two game-winning goals against Pennsylvania and Georgia Southern...his 28 shots ranked third on the team... 2004: Redshirted ... Before CofC: Prepped at T.L. Hanna ... helped the Yellow Jackets to a seventh place finish in the state for the 2004 season ... named to the All-State, All-Region and All-Area teams in 2003 ... club team won the S.C. state championship and the Tampa Bay Sun Bowl ... led club and h.s. teams in scoring ... scored 13 goals in 2001 and 20 in 2003 ... member of the Super Y ODP Region team ... Personal: The son of Thomas and Gloria … born December 30, 1985… one of five children … lists Wayne Rooney as his favorite athlete…was also recruited by Wofford, Radford, Davidson, and Army… graduated in the spring of 2009 with a degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Science ...

CAREER GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2004 Medical Redshirt 2005 19 11 3 3 9 28 .107 15 .536 2 2006 Medical Redshirt 2007 16 14 4 2 10 21 .190 16 .762 4 2008 14 11 9 1 19 29 .310 15 .517 2 TOTAL 49 36 16 6 38 79 .202 46 .605 8

Coach Lundy Says: “Kareem is a constant threat that must be attended to throughout an entire match. His pace combined with his ability to get in dangerous positions, make him a great goal scorer. I’m looking forward to Kareem’s senior year and expect big things from him.” 2008: Started 20 of the 21 matches the Cougars played on the year ... scored seven goals and added two assists for a total of 16 points ... was named Second Team All-SoCon and Third Team All-NSCAA South Region Team ... was a candidate on the Herman Trophy Watch List, college soccer’s most prestigious individual award ... 2007: Started 13 out of 19 matches played on the year ... led team in goals scored (13) and points (29) ... added three assists ... ended the season tied for the lead in the Southern Conference in goals scored and points ... led the conference in game winning goals with six... was named First-Team All-SoCon and to All-NSCAA South Region Team ... 2006: Started in 10 out of 20 matches played in the ‘06 season ... scored two goals with two assists for six points ... Before CofC: Played for Signal Hill Comprehensive ... Player of the Year in senior year of HS ... Captain of the U-16 and U-14 team ... Co-Captain of the All-Star U19 Tobago team ... leading scorer senior season with 18 goals on the Signal Hill team ... HS team won title in senior season ... participated in basketball and track as well ... Chose CofC Because: “I knew Coach Lundy for a long time and my brother played Keion played here and had a great experience at Charleston.” Personal: The son of Ian and Aethnea Yearwood ... born January 21, 1988 . . one of four children with brothers Keion and Keiel, and sisters Shontelle and Kimberly ... brother Keion played at CofC from 2002-2005 ... lists Kobe Bryant and Lionel Messi as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by Clayton State. ... majoring in Business Administration ...

CAREER 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

GS G 10 2 13 13 20 7 43 22

A 2 3 2 7

Pts Shots 6 23 29 48 16 42 51 112

Shot% .087 .271 .167 .175

SOG SOG% GW 13 .565 2 17 .680 6 19 .452 2 49 .566 10

Yearwood has scored 20 goals the last two seasons, eight of which were gamewinners ...

Morris was the MVP of the Aaron Olitsky Memorial Classic Last September ....

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Zach Prince Senior • 6-0 • 175 Forward/Midfielder Columbia, S.C. (Irmo)

Steven Nagy Senior • 5-11 • 150 Midfielder Cali, Columbia (Colegio Bolivar)

Coach Lundy Says: “Zach has special ability to break down defenses off the dribble and with creative thru passes. An injury kept him out of a number of matches in 2008 and he was still able to produce great numbers. I look forward to him having a great senior year.” 2008: Saw action in 15 matches, making 13 starts ... Scored four goals and added six assists for a total of fourteen points ... Missed six matches due to an injury ... Scored the game-winning goal against #10 Ohio State in a 2-1 win for the Cougars ... 2007: Saw action in all 19 matches on the year, making 11 starts ... scored four goals, while recording three assists... finished second on the team in points with 11 ... 2006: Started in 10 out of 17 matches he played in the ‘06 season ... scored four goals for eight points ... had a team-high tying three game-winning goals ... Before CofC: HS team was 4-A Champions in ‘03 and ‘04, as well as state finalists in ‘05 ... The 2006 North/South All-Star player was a member of the USYSA Region III Pool team in ‘03 and ‘05 ... also a four-year member of the SCYSA 88 ODP team ... clubbed with the Columbia Soccer Club 87 Burn ... SCHSSCA All- State Team in ‘05 and’06 ... All-Region team and All-Area team for three seasons ...was a varsity starter all four years ... NSCAA All-South Region team in ‘04 ... Chose CofC Because: “Since I was a little kid I have loved the Charleston area. Also it is a great school with a very successful soccer program.” Personal: The son of Edythe Prince ... born March 30, 1988 ... sister is Mary Click... lists Grant Hill as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by South Carolina, Coastal Carolina, Furman, and UNC-Charlotte ... .majoring in Business ...

CAREER 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 17 19 15 51

GS G 10 4 11 4 13 4 34 12

A 0 3 6 9

Pts Shots 8 19 11 25 14 23 33 67

Shot% .211 .160 .174 .182

SOG SOG% GW 13 .684 3 17 .680 1 12 .522 2 42 .629 6

Prince scored the Game-Winner in a 2-1 victory over nationally-ranked Ohio State last season ...

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

Coach Lundy Says: “We are so happy to have Steven back for his 5th year. He is a great leader both on and off the field. Last season he did an excellent job up front for us and we expect him to contribute as much, if not more, in 2009.” 2008: Played in 20 matches, starting four … scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory at Furman ... match was televised nationally on the Fox Soccer Channel which was a first for the College of Charleston men’s soccer program ... 2007: Received medical redshirt for 2007 season due to injury ... 2006: Played in seven matches in the ‘06 season ... scored one goal for two points ... lone goal was a game-winner ... 2005: Redshirted ... Before CofC: Top goal scorer in consecutive seasons at bi-nationals ... team captain his senior year ... member of the U-17 national team tryout squad ... his high school team placed in the top three during his playing time there. Personal: The son of Joe and Connie Nagy … born October 6, 1986 … lists Carlos “El Pibe” Valderamma as his favorite athlete … was also recruited by Erskine, University of Tampa and Appalachian State …. has earned degree in elementary education ... currently studying for master’s degree in Science and Math for Teachers ...

CAREER GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2005 Redshirted 2006 7 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 1 2007 Medical Redshirt 2008 20 4 1 1 3 13 .077 5 .385 1 TOTAL 27 4 2 1 5 14 .538 6 .692 2

Nagy’s goal in the 48th minute was the difference in a 2-1 win over Furman in 2008 ...

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John Bello Senior • 5-10 • 174 Defender Sarasota, Fla. (Cardinal Mooney)

Branko Gavric Junior • 6-3 • 185 Midfielder Kitchner, Ontario (Eastwood Collegiate)

Coach Lundy Says: “Bello has been a fixture in our lineup throughout his time at the College of Charleston. He is steady and brings everything he has to each session and match. This is the reason he has been a team captain the past two years.” 2008: Served as Team Captain for the second straight season ... started and played in 21 matches ... logged one goal against Georgia Southern in a 2-1 win ... 2007: Redshirted ... 2006: Played and started in all 20 matches for the 2006 season ... had one assist for one point ... 2005: Played in 18 matches, starting in eight of them ... had seven shots, with four of them on goal as defender ... Before CofC: Played for Tom Durkin at IMG ... IMG team was the Dallas Cup Champion in 2005 ... Earned Second Academic Honors in high school ... Chose CofC Because: “Charleston is a beautiful city, has a great atmosphere, and I like the people.” Personal: The son of Jorge and Susan Bello ... born December 11, 1986 ... one of four children ... lists Lebron James as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by Stetson .... majoring in Exercise Science ... CAREER GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2005 18 8 0 0 0 7 .000 4 .571 0 2006 20 20 0 1 1 12 .000 7 .583 0 2007 Redshirted 2008 21 21 1 0 2 7 .143 2 .286 0 TOTAL 59 49 1 1 3 26 .143 13 .480 0

Coach Lundy Says: “Branko is a leader first and foremost, both vocally and by example. He is a great presence on our team and a lot of our possession runs through him. He is constantly developing parts of his game and has a bright future.” 2008: Played and started in all 21 matches ... scored one goal and added one assist for a total of three points ... scored game-winner against Stetson ... selected to Second Team All-SoCon ... 2007: Saw action in 17 matches, making a start in each match ... recorded an assist in Charleston’s 2-0 win over Elon ... Before CofC: Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina ... during the 2007 season at Eastwood in Kitchener, served as team captain, was named as team and league MVP...in 2006, he led Eastwood in goals scored ... attended the heralded Winstars Soccer Academy under the guidance of Bobby Graham ... was a member of the Fudbalski Klub Slavija junior team out of Bosnia ... played in the Dallas Cup, Spain Cup in Palencia, Spain and the Podgorica Cup held Montenegro with the Burlington Bulldogs ... Chose CofC Because: “Charleston is the combination of a great school and a great soccer program.” Personal: The son of Nebojsa and Aleksandra Gavric ... born March 31, 1988 ... one of two children with sister Sonja ... lists Vlade Divac as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by Syracuse, St. Bonaventure, and Oral Roberts. ... majoring in Biology ...

CAREER 2007 2008 TOTAL

NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

GS 17 21 37

G 0 1 1

A 1 1 2

Pts Shots 1 7 3 9 4 16

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .000 1 .143 0 .111 6 .667 1 .111 7 .405 1

Gavric scored the first goal of his career in a 2-0 victory over Stetson on Sept. 27, 2008 ...

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10 Sean Bateau Junior • 6-2 • 158 Midfielder Port of Spain, Trinidad (Fatima)

Justin Fojo Junior • 5-9 • 160 Midfielder Port of Spain, Trinidad (Lake Mary) Coach Lundy Says: “Justin is one of the most tenacious ball winners I have coached in 35 years. His work ethic is tremendous and is a true leader by example. We look for his play to be more consistent as he develops and for him to play a big role in 2009.” 2008: Started and played in all 21 matches ... had one goal and added one assist for a total of 3 points ... goal came in a 2-1 loss at Winthrop ... 2007: Started and played in 15 matches his freshman season ... had one assist and 11 shots from midfield ... was named a Freshman All-America by CollegeSoccerNews.com ... named to the All-Southern Conference second team and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/adidas All-South Region third team ... Before CofC: Was invited to the Trinidad and Tobago national camp held in Charleston, S.C. in 2006 ... served as captain of his high school team for the last two seasons...named to all-conference first team in 2007 and second team in 2006 ... invited to train with the Birmingham City Youth Football Academy in Birmingham, England in 2005 ... served as captain of club team, Central Florida United ... in 2003-04, played for St. Mary’s College in high school ... Chose CofC Because: “It had the best package: a great school and soccer life, the weather is amazing, and it’s close to the beach!” Personal: The son of Mark and Tracey Fojo ... born December, 7 1988 ... one of four children with sisters Erin, Megan, Georgia, and Julia ... lists Zinedine Zidane as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by South Florida, Central Florida, and Stetson .... majoring in Exercise Science with a Business Administration minor ... CAREER 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 15 21 36

GS 15 21 36

G 0 1 1

A 1 1 2

Pts Shots 1 12 3 10 4 22

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .000 4 .333 0 .100 1 .100 0 .100 5 .216 0

Fojo was one of only three Cougars to start all 21 matches during the 2008 season ...

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

Coach Lundy Says: “Sean’s athleticism is overwhelming. He is an excellent oneon-one defender that stepped into the Center Back role for us in 2008 and had tremendous success. It is vital that Sean step up even more and have a great season in 2009 for us.” 2008: Saw action in 21 matches, making 18 starts ... lone goal came in a 4-1, comeback victory against top-seeded Elon in the semifinals of the Southern Conference tournament ... goal was first of his career ... 2007: Saw action in 17 matches during season, making 13 starts... recorded an assist in Charleston’s 2-0 win over Charlotte ... 2006: Redshirted ... Before CofC: Played HS soccer at Fatima College and clubbed with the Superstar Rangers ... Member of the U-17 and U-20 team in Trinidad and Tobago ... Honored as Most Oustanding and Most Improved Player in U-17 ... Won the North Zone Club Football league trophy and the North Zone Club Knockout trophy ... Team won the Trinidad and Tobago Cup ... Chose CofC Because: “I felt like this program stands for most, if not all of the same values I believe in: hard work, dedication, discipline, and focus.” Personal: The son of Gilbert and Cathy-Ann Bateau ... born September 27, 1989 ... one of three children with brother Sheldon and sister Crystal ... lists Lance Armstrong as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by Rutgers and Barry ... majoring in Business ... CAREER 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 17 21 38

GS 13 18 31

G 0 1 1

A 1 0 1

Pts Shots 1 1 2 2 3 3

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .000 1 1.000 0 .500 2 1.000 0 .500 3 1.000 0

Bateau scored the game-tying goal on a penalty kick in the SoCon Semifinal against Elon ....

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Jake Helmig Junior • 5-8 • 155 Midfielder Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Myrtle Beach)

William Moore Sophomore • 5-10 • 160 Midfielder Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando)

Coach Lundy Says: “Jake is an explosive outside midfielder that can run forever.

Coach Lundy Says: “Will is extremely athletic and we expect big things for him

His ability to pressure defenders is unbelievable. He had a great year in 2008 and

going into his Sophomore season. His ceiling is very high and he is working

he must work towards producing another great year in 2009.”

very hard to reach his potential.”

2008: Saw action in all of the teams 21 matches, making six starts ... tied for the

2008: Saw action in 9 matches and logged one start against UNC-Charlotte

team lead in assists on the season with six ... scored lone goal in Cougars 5-3 loss

... recorded an assist in Charleston’s 5-3 win over Marshall on Aug. 29 ... 2007:

against Charlotte on Aug. 31... 2007: Saw action in 18 games during the 2007

Redshirted ...

season ... scored one goal on the season on eight shots ... lone goal came in 2-0

Before CofC: Was a four-year varsity letter winner at Wando High School in Mt.

win over Charlotte ... 2006: Redshirted ...

Pleasant, S.C under the guidance of Shiloh Tisdale ... served as team captain

Before CofC: HS team was Lower State champion in ‘03 and ‘04 as well as Region

of the South Carolina 88 ODP team in 2003 and 2004 ... helped lead his club

champ in ‘04 ... Lower State runner-up in ‘05 ... earned All-State and All-Region

team, Bridge F.A. to the U-18 South Carolina State Cup in 2006 .. .has trained

honors ... was a four-year starter and a four-year SCHSL Scholar -Athlete ... hon-

in Trinidad and Tobago with its former national team coach Bertille St.Clair ...

ored with the Seahawk MVP award ... lettered in basketball as well, winning the

trained in Mexico with the Atlas Football Club and in England with the Stoke

coaches award ...

City club ... participated in residence program in Jamaica ...

Chose CofC Because: “Combination of Charleston being a great school and a

Chose CofC Because: “Charleston is a great location and I believe in the prin-

great program.”

ciples that the program instills in players.”

Personal: The son of John and Maureen Helmig ... born September 21, 1987 ...

Personal: The son of Charlie and Louisa Moore ... born February 16, 1989 ...

one of three children with brother Mike and sister Maggie... lists Allen Iverson

brother Sam played soccer at Wofford College ... lists Usain Bolt as his favorite

and Brian Westbrook as his favorite athletes ... was also recruited by Temple ....

athlete ... was also recruited by Wingate and UNC-Wilmington .... major is cur-

majoring in Business ...

rently undecided ...

CAREER GP GS G A Pts Shots 2006 Redshirted 2007 18 0 1 0 2 8 2008 21 6 1 6 8 10 TOTAL 39 6 2 6 10 18

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .125 .100 .112

3 3 6

.375 .300 .337

1 0 1

CAREER GP GS G A 2007 2008 9 1 0 1 TOTAL 9 1 0 1

Local product Moore played in nine matches during his freshman campaign .

Helmig dished out six assists last season, which tied him for the team-lead ...

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Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW Redshirted 1 2 .000 0 .000 0 1 2 .000 0 .000 0

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Rudi Hellberger Sophomore • 5-10 • 160 Defender/Midfielder Summerville, S.C. (Ft. Dorchester)

Clark Hankins Sophomore • 6-1 • 170 Goalkeeper Birmingham, Ala. (St. James)

Coach Lundy Says: “Rudi is a very intelligent center back that reads the game

Coach Lundy Says: “Clark came in with a lot of confidence and proved to be our

very well. He plays simple and under control at all times. I think he will have the

starter for the majority of the 2008 season. He did very well when he stepped in

chance to contribute to our 2009 team.” 2008: Saw action in eight matches ... made a start in the Cougars 2-1 win over

and we look for him to continue to develop throughout the next three years.” 2008: Played and started in 13 matches ... logged 3 shutout wins against Stetson,

Georgia Southern on Oct. 14th ... Before CofC: Named to the AAAA All-State Team in both 2008 and 2007 ... named to the All-Region team 2005-08 ... was selected 2006-07 Ft. Dorchester H.S. Athlete

Jacksonville, and Davidson ... made 53 saves in his time in goal and posted a

of the Year ... was a member of the South Carolina ODP from 2005-07 ... clubbed

1.23 goals against average ...

with Bridge FA 89 Gold, a member of the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy

Before CofC: Was a member of the St. James varsity squad for four seasons,

league ... ranked in the top ten of his class academically ... received the Dorchester School District-Academic Medal three times .. was named the Charleston Post

serving as captain for three seasons ... was named MVP in 2006 and 2007 ... was a

and Courier Lowcountry Player of the Year in 2008 and particpated in the annual

member of Alabama Olympic Devlopmental Program (ODP) ... helped the Capital

Clash of the Carolinas All-Star match ...

City Streaks to a state championship in 2005 and 2006 ... was a member of the

Chose CofC Because: “It’s a beautiful setting and I wanted to play Division I soccer.”

National Honors Society 2005-07 and Mu Alpha Theta Math Society 2007-08.

Personal: The son of Wolfram and Temis Hellberger ... born June 4, 1990 ... one

Chose CofC Because: “The location of Charleston and the soccer program

of two children with brother Lars ... lists Pele as his favorite athlete ... was also recruited by Wofford College and Erskine College .... major is currently unde-

are amazing.”

cided ...

CAREER 2008 TOTAL

GP GS 8 1 8 1

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots 0 1 0 1

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

Hellberger’s lone start in 2008 came in a home win over Georgia Southern.

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

CAREER 2008 TOTAL

GP GS Mins. GA GAA Saves 13 13 1167:51 16 1.23 50 13 13 1167:51 16 1.23 50

W 6 6

L 5 5

T 0 0

Sho 3 3

Hankins became the Cougars primary goalkeeper throughout the course of the 2008 season ...

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Sean Flatley Junior • 6-1 • 193 Defender Virginia Beach, Va. (Maryland)

Kevin Cawthon Sophomore • 5-7 • 135 Forward Easley, S.C. (USC Upstate)

Transfer from Maryland Coach Lundy Says: “Sean will be a great addition to our program. He is extremely competitive and is committed to helping our program win championships. He tackles very hard and is second to none winning balls in the air.” 2008: Played in 14 games at the left and center back position for the 2008 NCAA Champions … scored his second career goal at UCLA to tie the match with 40 seconds left ... 2007: Played in 13 games at the center back position and earned four starts ... Maryland was 3-0-1 in matches he started ... scored his first goal at Maryland on a header from a pass from Stephen King against Georgetown (10/23) ... High School: Two-time first team All-Region selection for coach Matt Wallace ... tabbed Defensive Player of the year in 2003 after helping team win the district tournament ... an All-District second team honoree in 2003 ... first team All-District, All-Region, and All-Tidewater selection in 2004 after team won the regular season district championship ... also named All-State Third Team ... tabbed Offensive Player of the Year as a senior ... played for a pair of State Cup Final Four teams with Beach FC and helped Virginia Rush Nike to a State Cup Final Four last year ... member of the National Honor Society and the Math Honor Society ... Personal: Full name is Sean Daniel Flatley ... the son of Christine and James Flatley ... born December 4, 1988 ... his brother, Jimmy, played soccer at the College of Charleston and his other brother, Brendan, played golf at Virginia ... lists his favorite athlete as Michael Jordan ... majoring in business ...

CAREER 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP GS 13 4 14 0 27 4

G 1 1 2

A 0 0 0

Pts Shots 2 5 2 1 4 6

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .200 1 .200 0 1.000 1 1.000 0 .600 2 .600 0

Transfer from USC Upstate Coach Lundy Says: “Kevin came out for our team during the spring and won a position on the team. He is a clever outside midfielder that serves a great ball from the right and left side.” 2008: Played in 18 games, making 16 starts for the Spartans ... scored first goal of collegiate career against Jacksonville in a 3-2 loss on Oct. 3 ... High School: Played for CESA 89 Premier and helped lead team to SC State Cup championship in 2007 ... was a four year letter winner for Wren High School and captained team in junior and senior seasons…was a three year All-Region selection ... Personal: The son of Van and Linda Cawthon … born December 17, 1989 … lists Lionel Messi as his favorite athlete … was also recruited by USC-Upstate and Erskine College …. majoring in Biology ...

CAREER 2008 TOTAL

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NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

GP GS 18 16 18 16

G 1 1

A 0 0

Pts Shots 2 13 2 13

Shot% SOG SOG% GW .077 7 .538 0 .077 7 .538 0

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Kelly Smith Sophomore • 6-2 • 170 Midfielder Lookout Mountain, Ga. (IMG)

Andrew Autenzio Freshman • 6-2 • 185 Defender Spartanburg, S.C. (Dorman)

2008: Logged playing time in Southern Conference Championship Match vs. UNC Greens-

2008: Redshirted ... Coach Lundy Says: “Andrew is a front runner that is a great target to play into. To be 6’2,

boro on Nov. 16 ...

185 lbs his technical ability is very high and he can score goals. The red-shirt year is going

Before CofC: Attended Baylor School is Chattanooga, TN ... was a selection to the Tennessee All-State team two seasons ... was also an All-Region selection in two seasons ... was MVP of

to pay big dividends for him and I think he will contribute to our 2009 team.” Before CofC: Was named to the 2007 NSCAA/adidas All-Region III Team ... played four years on varsity team at Dorman ... recieved the team Coaches Award in 2005 and the Offensive MVP in 2006 .... was a member of the AAAA All-State and All-Region teams in 2006 and 2007...

Tennessee State All-Star Game ...

selected as the Hearld Journal All-Area Player of the Year in 2006 and 2008 ... clubbed with

Personal: Born November 15, 1989 ... son of Dr. Bill and Crissie Smith ... brothers Kyle and

CESA, leading the team to five state championships in the last eight years ...

Karter played soccer at N.C. State and the University of Virginia, respectively, while brother

academics are very good.”

Kurt played football at Virginia and was drafted by the NFL’s San Diego Chargers ...

Personal: The son of Claudio and Ellen Autenzio ... born October 31, 1989 ... one of three children with sisters Emilia and Juliet ... lists Roberto Baggio as his favorite athlete

Chose CofC Because: “The level of soccer is high, I enjoy the coaching staff, and the

... was also recruited by Wofford, VMI, and USC .... major is currently undecided ...

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23 Luke Hogan Sophomore • 6-0 • 170 Midfielder/Defender Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando)

Alex Rieflin Freshman • 6-3 • 180 Goalkeeper Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Academic Magnet)

2008: Logged playing time in 3-1 win over Brown on Sept. 14 ...

Before CofC: Prepped at Academic Magnet in North Charleston ... played for four

Before CofC: Played on varsity squad at Wando for four seasons ... helped lead the team

years on the schools soccer team as a goalkeeper ... allowed the fewest goals inthe

to back-to-back appearances in the AAAA Lower State Finals ... Clubbed with Bridge FA 89

SCHSL in 2009 ... was an all-state selection on 2008 and 2009 ... was a selection on team South Carolina in the Clash of the Carolinas All-Star match ...

Gold, a member of the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy league ... has had international

Chose CofC Because: “I have lived in Charleston all my life and always aspired to

experience, traveling to England,Argentina and Mexico to train and compete ...

play for the Cougars.”

Personal: Born February 10, 1990 ... son of Robbie and Lucy Hogan ...

Personal: The son of Edward and Debi Rieflin ... major is currently undeclared ...

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Kyle Hutson Sophomore • 6-2 • 175 Goalkeeper St. Louis, Mo. (Lundbergh)

Michael Flato Sophomore • 6-1 • 175 Goalkeeper Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando)

2008: Took a medical redshirt... 2007: Redshrted. Before CofC: Was a four-year varsity letter winner at Lindbergh High School in St. Louis, Mo ... Named the team MVP and named to All-Conference first team in 2007... was also named team MVP in 2006 ... helped lead his club team, Scott Gallagher, to six Missouri State Championships.... club team won the Region II championship in 2006 and finished third at the USYSA Nationals ... club team was also a regional finalist in 2005 and 2008 ... Personal: Born Sept. 12, 1988 ... the son of Chris and Jena Hutson.

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

Coach Lundy Says: “Michael has the ability to make unbelievable saves, but must work on his consistency throughout matches. He came out for us in the spring and did well in the matches he competed in.” Before CofC: Played his club soccer for Bridge FA, leading team to a state championship in 2006 … played high school soccer for Wando High School and was part of two teams that advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament (2007, 2008) ... took training trips to England (twice) and Trinidad and Tobago Personal: The son of Mike and Julie Flato … born November 20, 1989 … lists Kiko Macheda as his favorite athlete … was also recruited by Erskine and Presbyterian College …. major is undecided ...

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Michael Coleman Freshman• 6-0 • 170 Defender Lilburn, Ga. (Parkview)

Francis Twohig Freshman • 5-7 • 145 Midfielder/Forward St. Simons Island, Ga. (Frederica)

Coach Lundy Says: “Extremely skilled and clever attacking player. Frannie can create goals for himself and his teammates. He has played and beaten the best teams in the country with Discoveries Soccer Club.” High School: Prepped at Frederica Academy ... was member of team that won state championship three straight years (’05-’07) ... was named team MVP in 2006 and was member of All-State team from 2005-2007.

High School: Was one of only five freshman ever to start at Parkview High School ... was eventually named team captain and led squad to State Playoffs from 2006-09 ... was selected to the ESPNRise Magazine All-American second team after his senior season ...

Club/G.C.: Member of Discoveries Soccer Club ... team won South Carolina State Cup from 2006-08 and was a regional quarterfinalist in 2007 ... was member of 2005 team that was Disney Showcase Champions ... Was named Discoveries team co-MVP in 2007 ... member of Georgia ODP team from 2004-07 ... attended region II ODP camp from 2004-07.

Club/G.C.: Clubbed with Gwinnett Soccer Association ... was team captain and led team to back-to-back Regional Championship in 2007 and 08 ... club team was also a participant in Region III Premier League ... team also was 2008 Disney Showcase Champions, 2007 Georgia Cup and Raleigh Shootout finalists ... was a member of Georgia GDP from 2003-07 ... team won 2006 Georgia State cup ... was a Super Y League ODP Nation Camp Selection in 2006 and 2007 ...

Personal: The son of Francis Sr. and Mary Anne Twohig ... was born on Nov. 2, 1990.

Personal: Posted a 3.7 GPA at Parkview ... Trained with Portuguese Professional team in 2006.

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George Khoury Freshman • 5-10 • 160 Midfielder Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Bishop England)

Ralph Lundy, III Freshman • 5-10 • 165 Midfielder Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando)

Coach Lundy Says: “A flank player that can make things happen and open up the game. Geordi is a very technical player and excellent in one on one situations. He has played and beaten the best teams in the country with Discoveries Soccer Club.”

Coach Lundy Says: “Ralphie is a creative play-maker. He has good vision and looks to play penetrating passes. He has played and beaten the best teams in the country with Discoveries Soccer Club.”

High School: Prepped at Bishop England H.S. ... member of squad that was AA State Champions three years in a row (2006-08) ... was selected as team MVP after 2008 season.

High School: Prepped at Wando High School ... team was AAAA State Semifinalist from 2006-09 ... was a first-team all-state selection in 2009 and an all-region pick in 2007 ... was selected to the ESPNRise Magazine All-American second team ...

Club/G.C.: Clubbed with Discoveries Soccer Club 2007-09 ... team captured USYDA U18 National Championship in 2009 ... team was South Carolina State Cup Champions in 07 and 08 ... Was member of Bridge F.A. in 2005 and 2006 ... team was U.S. Club Soccer Champions in 05 and 06 and Disney Showcase Champion in 05 ... was a S.C. 90 ODP member from 2001-2005. Personal: Posted a 3.12 GPA at Bishop England ... has trained with the Trinidad & Tobago Youth National Teams and the following professional clubs: Club Atlas, Leicester City, Boca Juniors, Fluminese, Botafogo and Flamego.

Club/G.C.: Member of the Discoveries Soccer Club from 2007-09 ... team captured USYDA U18 National Championship in 2009 ... team won South Carolina State Cup in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... was member of Bridge F.A. in 2005 and 2006 ... team was U.S. Club Soccer National Champions in 05 and 06 and also was Disney Showcase Champions in 2005 ... S.C ODP Member 2001-2007 ... ODP Region II Pool participate in 2006 and 2007. Personal: Trained with Trinidad & Tobago Youth National Teams and professional clubs: Club Atlas, Leicester City, Boca Juniors, Fluminense, Botafogo, and Flamengo

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Thomas Winstead Freshman • 5-7 • 135 Midfielder Columbia, S.C. (Cardinal Newman)

Tyler Vudoker Freshman • 5-9 • 160 Defender Tega City, S.C. (Fort Mill)

Coach Lundy Says: “Thomas has a lot of the intangibles that you want players to have, but can’t necessarily coach. He is very athletic, determined, eager to get better, and a true winner. I’m looking forward to working with Thomas during his time as a Cougar.”

Coach Lundy Says: “Simply the toughest and fastest defender in the state of South Carolina. The intensity that Tyler brings to the game is second to none and he always leads by example. He has played and beaten the best teams in the country with Discoveries Soccer Club.”

High School: Prepped at Cardinal-Newman High School ...was a 2-year team captain ... member of the 2008 NSCAA/adidas All-South Region team, SCISA All-State and All-Region 2006-08 ... was region player of the year in 2008.

Club/G.C. : Member of Discoveries Soccer Club ... team captured USYDA U18 National Championship in 2009 ... club was S.C. State Cup Champions from 2006-08 , along with being a regional quarterfinalist in 2007 ... team also was Disney Showcase Champions in 2005 ... was Discoveries Team Co-MVP in 2007 and 2008 ... Member of S.C. ODP Team, 2005-2008 ... attended Region III ODP Camp from 2005-2008 ...

Club/G.C.: Clubbed with Lexington United in ’07 and Carolina Elite in ’08 ... both teams advanced to S.C. State Cup in both years ... both teams have participated in Region III Premier League. Personal: Son of Terri Boyle and the late Brian Winstead ... father and brother Matt played at South Carolina ...

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Coach Lundy Says: “Michael is an extremely intelligent defender that will challenge and win any 50/50 ball. His determination is infectious and makes players around him perform at a high level. I’m looking forward to Michael being in our program.”

NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

Personal: Son of Barry and Carol Vukoder ... Prepped at Fort Mill H.S. ... posted a 3.75 G.P.A. and ranked in the top 20% in his class ... trained in 2006 with U17 Trinidad & Tobago National Team ...

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9th Annual NIKE/Aaron Olitsky Memorial Classic at Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

Before CofC: Prepped at Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach, Va. ... earned varsity letters for four years and was team captain and MVP in 08-09 ... set the Virginia Beach all-time assist record in 08-09 and was named a Virginian-Pilot athlete of the week during the season ... was a first-team all-district and regional academic selection, as well as a second team all-state academic and all-region pick ... was also nominated to NSCAA Academic All-American squad ... was named offensive player and rookie of the year in 2006 ... clubbed with Virginia Rush/AC Milan Academy ... Rush was Virginia state champions at the U-16 level. Chose CofC Because: “I chose CofC because of the combination of strong academics and Division I Soccer. The location and environment for CofC also greatly contributed to my decision.” Personal: The son of Michael and Susan Brittan ... born June 13, 1991 ... has older brother Connor ... chose CofC over UConn, Villanova, St. Johns, American and Coastal Carolina ...

26 Wes Murphy Freshman • 5-10 • 160 Defender Pickens, S.C. (Pickens)

Coach Lundy Says: “Wes came out for our team during the spring and brought a competitive attitude to training everyday. He is solid defender who I look forward to developing in our program.”

Aaron Olitsky (shown above) played for CofC from 1993-96 and had the game-winning goals that sent the Cougars to the NCAA tournament in 1994, 95, and 96. He was killed tragically in a car accident in 2001. The annual tournament named in his honor raises money for the Olitsky Memorial Foundation which helps the soccer program.

Before CofC: Played for CESA 89 Premier and helped lead team to SC State Cup championship in 2007 ... was a four year letter winner for Pickens High School. Personal: The son of Rick and Lauren … born September 23, 1989 … lists Lance Armstrong as his favorite athlete … was also recruited by Erskine and Newberry College …. majoring in Biochemistry ...

27 Shawn Ferguson Freshman • 6-3 • 170 Defender Rock Hill, S.C. (Northwestern)

Coach Lundy Says: “Shawn’s potential is tremendous. He is just growing into his 6’4 frame. Has the ability to win all balls in the air and plays with intelligence. He has played and beaten the best teams in the country with Discoveries Soccer Club.” High School: Prepped at Northwestern High School ... member of team that won three straight state championships from 2005-07 ... was named a first team All-American by ESPNRise Magazine after his senior season ... Club/G.C.: Member of Discoveries Soccer Club ... helped Discoveries cpaturer the 2009 USYDA U18 National Championship ... squad also won four straight South Carolina State Cup Championships, qualified for regionals in 2007 and w0n the Disney Showcase in 2005 ... was also a member of South Carolina State ODP 91 ...

Tournament Schedule

September 4th Old Dominion vs. Furman...............................5:00 CofC vs. Air Force................................................7:30

September 6th Furman vs. Air Force..........................................1:00 CofC vs. Old Dominion.....................................3:30

Personal: The Son of Mike and Sharon Ferguson ... born on Jan. 21, 1991 ... posted a 4.2 GPA at Northwestern ... ranked 25th in a class of 507 .. majoring in biology ...

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

‘04 SoCon Tournament Champions

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2008 Season Recap


College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2008 College of Charleston Men's Soccer Coll. of Charleston Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 21, 2009) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

* * * * * * *

Date Aug 29 Aug 31 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 19 Sep 25 Sep 27 Oct 01 Oct 04 Oct 11 Oct 14 Oct 18 Oct 21 Oct 24 Nov 01 Nov 04 Nov 08 Nov 14 Nov 16

Opponent vs Marshall vs Charlotte vs Washington vs Bowling Green OHIO STATE BROWN SOUTH CAROLINA JACKSONVILLE STETSON at Appalachian State DAVIDSON at Elon GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNC GREENSBORO at Winthrop University at Furman at Coastal Carolina WOFFORD at Appalachian State vs Elon vs UNC Greensboro

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 11-10-0 3-4-0 8-6-0

W L L W W W L W W L W L W L L W L L W W L

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

Att. 177 0 134 102 1015 372 462 182 125 557 531 488 187 267 277 842 143 325 610 347 248

COFC

OPP

34-211 1.62 .161 94-211 .445 10.0 82 1-2

33-251 1.57 .131 123-251 .490 12.0 93 0-0

38 2

24 0

3466 9/385 6/168

2917 6/486

HOME 6-3-0 2-2-0 4-1-0 ##

4 7 9 22 13 19 11 6 18 3 21 14 10 20 24 2 8 5 15 28 25 23 17 16 1

Player

Matt Morris Kareem Yearwood Zach Prince Jake Helmig Sean de Silva Jedd Cordisco Steven Nagy Justin Fojo Branko Gavric Gus Teren John Bello David Munson Sean Bateau Casey Gold Drew Fuzy Will Moore Wes Knight Ryan Kell Rudi Hellberger Clark Hankins Chad Kite Luke Hogan PJ Lynch Kelly Smith Brendan Smith Total Opponents

Goalie 28 Clark Hankins 1 Brendan Smith ##

Total Opponents

NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

NEUTRAL 3-3-0 0-0-0 3-3-0

gp g a 14 9 1 20 7 2 15 4 6 21 1 6 19 2 0 13 2 0 20 1 1 21 1 1 21 1 1 14 1 1 21 1 0 15 1 0 21 1 0 7 0 2 21 0 1 9 0 1 21 0 0 21 0 0 8 0 0 13 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 21 34 23 21 33 27 GP 13 9 21 21

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

19 29 .310 15 16 42 .167 19 14 23 .174 12 8 10 .100 3 4 17 .118 8 4 11 .182 6 3 13 .077 5 3 10 .100 1 3 9 .111 6 3 6 .167 2 2 7 .143 2 2 3 .333 2 2 2 .500 2 2 3 .000 2 1 7 .000 1 1 2 .000 0 0 14 .000 5 0 2 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 91 211 .161 94 93 251 .131 123

Min. 1167:51 761:09 1929:00 1929:00

GA

16 17 33 34

GAAvg Saves

1.23 2.01 1.54 1.59

50 38 90 60

Goals by Period Coll. of Charleston Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 34 33

Shots by Period Coll. of Charleston Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 211 251

Saves by Period Coll. of Charleston Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 90 60

Corners by Period Coll. of Charleston Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 82 93

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 255 232

Fouls by Period Coll. of Charleston Opponents

31

AWAY 2-4-0 1-2-0 1-2-0

12 18

20 13

97 111 113 132 36 33 37 45

51 26 43 48

120 131 108 118

1 2 2 6 3 1 1 0 3 5

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

.517 .452 .522 .300 .471 .545 .385 .100 .667 .333 .286 .667

1.000

.667 .143 .000 .357 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .445 .490 Pct

2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 10

W-L-T

.758 6-5-0 .691 4-4-0 .732 10-9-0 .638 9-10-0

COFCSPORTS.COM

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

3 2 5 4


College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2008 College of Charleston Men's Soccer Coll. of Charleston Game Results (as of Aug 21, 2009) All games Date Aug 29

Opponent vs Marshall

W

Aug 31

vs Charlotte

L

3-5

1-1-0

0-0-0

Sep 05 Sep 07

vs Washington vs Bowling Green

L W

1-4 2-0

1-2-0 2-2-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

Sep 12

OHIO STATE

W

2-1

3-2-0

0-0-0

Sep 14

BROWN

W

3-1

4-2-0

0-0-0

Sep 19 Sep 25 Sep 27

SOUTH CAROLINA JACKSONVILLE STETSON

L WO2

0-4 1-0 2-0

4-3-0 5-3-0 6-3-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

* *

Oct 01 Oct 04

at Appalachian State DAVIDSON

W

0-3 3-0

6-4-0 7-4-0

0-1-0 1-1-0

* *

Oct 11 Oct 14

at Elon GEORGIA SOUTHERN

W

0-1 2-1

7-5-0 8-5-0

1-2-0 2-2-0

*

Oct 18 Oct 21 Oct 24

UNC GREENSBORO at Winthrop University at Furman

1-2 1-2 2-1

8-6-0 8-7-0 9-7-0

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

Nov 01 Nov 04 Nov 08

at Coastal Carolina WOFFORD at Appalachian State

WOT

1-2 0-1 3-2

9-8-0 9-9-0 10-9-0

3-3-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

Nov 14

vs #1 Elon

W

4-1

11-9-0

3-4-0

Nov 16

vs #7 UNC Greensboro

L

1-2

11-10-0

3-4-0

*

*

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 11-10-0 3-4-0 6-3-0 2-4-0 3-3-0 2-2-0

Score Overall 2-0 1-0-0

W L

L

L LOT W LOT L

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 21 9 6 6

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

Conf 0-0-0

Total 7391 3466 2917 1008

Att. Goals scored 177 Jedd Cordisco (Will Moore) Kareem Yearwood (Zach Prince) Zach Prince (Branko Gavric) Matt Morris (Casey Gold) Jake Helmig (Zach Prince) 134 Kareem Yearwood (Matt Morris) 102 Matt Morris (Jake Helmig) David Munson (Zach Prince) 1015 Matt Morris (Jake Helmig) Zach Prince (unassisted) 372 Matt Morris (Kareem Yearwood) Matt Morris (Casey Gold) Jedd Cordisco (unassisted) 462 182 Kareem Yearwood (Drew Fuzy) 125 Branko Gavric (Jake Helmig) Kareem Yearwood (unassisted) 557 531 Sean de Silva (unassisted) Sean de Silva (unassisted) Kareem Yearwood (Justin Fojo) 488 187 John Bello (unassisted) TEAM (unassisted) 267 Zach Prince (Jake Helmig) 277 Justin Fojo (unassisted) 842 Zach Prince (Jake Helmig) Steven Nagy (unassisted) 143 Matt Morris (Kareem Yearwood) 325 610 Matt Morris (Zach Prince) Gus Teren (Zach Prince) Kareem Yearwood (Gus Teren) 347 Sean Bateau (penalty kick) TEAM (unassisted) Kareem Yearwood (Steven Nagy) Matt Morris (Jake Helmig) 248 Matt Morris (Zach Prince)

Avg. 352 385 486 168

‘04 SoCon Tournament Champions

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2008 Superlatives 2008 Category Leaders

COFC INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SOG SAVES

4 4 2 2 2 6 5 5 5 3 3 3 10 7

Sean de Silva vs. Davidson (Oct. 4) Matt Morris vs. Brown (Sept. 14) Sean de Silva vs. Davidson (Oct. 4) Matt Morris vs. Brown (Sept 14) Zach Prince at Appalachian State (Nov. 8) Kareem Yearwood vs. Elon (Nov. 14) Matt Morris vs. UNC Greensboro (Nov. 16) Sean de Silva vs. UNC Greensboro (Oct. 18) Kareem Yearwood vs. Jacksonville (Sept. 25) Kareem Yearwood vs. UNC Greensboro (Oct. 18) Matt Morris vs. Brown (Sept. 14) Zach Prince vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 7) Brendan Smith at Coastal Carolina (Nov. 1) Clark Hankins at Winthrop (Oct. 21)

COFC TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS

10

9

9

GOALS

4

Opponent - GAME HIGHS

vs Elon (Nov. 14) POINTS at Appalachian State (Nov. 8)

13

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

12

vs. South Carolina (Sept. 19)

5

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

vs Elon (Nov. 14)

4

vs. South Carolina (Sept. 19)

3

at Appalachian State (Nov. 8)

4

vs. Washington (Sept. 5)

3

vs. Davidson (Oct. 4)

ASSISTS

4

vs. South Carolina (Sept. 19)

3

vs. Brown (Sept. 14)

3

at Appalachian State (Oct. 1)

3

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

3

at Appalachian State (Nov. 8) SHOTS

3

ASSISTS

20

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

3

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

SHOTS

16

vs. UNC Greensboro (Oct. 18)

15

SOG

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

GOALS

19

at Coastal Carolina (Nov. 1)

SOG

12

at Coastal Carolina (Nov. 1)

vs. Elon (Nov. 14)

10

at Winthrop (Oct. 21)

8

vs. UNC Greensboro (Oct. 18)

10

vs. Charlotte (Aug. 31)

8

vs. Brown (Sept. 14)

SAVES

7

vs. UNC Greensboro (Oct. 18)

SAVES

10

at Coastal Carolina (Nov. 1)

6

vs. South Carolia (Sept. 19)

8

at Winthrop (Oct. 21)

CK

9

vs. Brown (Sept. 14)

CK

7

vs. UNC Greensboro (Oct. 18)

8

vs. Elon (Nov. 14)

7

vs. Stetson (Sept. 27)

8

vs. Washington (Sept. 5

FOULS

21

vs Ohio State (Sept. 12)

FOULS

18

vs . Ohio State (Sept. 12)

18

at Furman (Oct. 24

15

at Winthrop (Oct. 21)

33

NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

## 4 7 9 22 13 19 11 6 18 3

POINTS Matt Morris Kareem Yearwood Zach Prince Jake Helmig Sean de Silva Jedd Cordisco Steven Nagy Justin Fojo Branko Gavric Gus Teren

GP 14 20 15 21 19 13 20 21 21 14

G 9 7 4 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

A 1 2 6 6 0 0 1 1 1 1

Pts Shots 19 29 16 42 14 23 8 10 4 17 4 11 3 13 3 10 3 9 3 6

## 4 7 9 19 13 11 22 10 6 18

GOALS Matt Morris Kareem Yearwood Zach Prince Jedd Cordisco Sean de Silva Steven Nagy Jake Helmig Sean Bateau Justin Fojo Branko Gavric

GP 14 20 15 13 19 20 21 21 21 21

G 9 7 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

A 1 2 6 0 0 1 6 0 1 1

Pts Shots 19 29 16 42 14 23 4 11 4 17 3 13 8 10 2 2 3 10 3 9

## GAME WINNING GOALS 4 Matt Morris 7 Kareem Yearwood TM TEAM 11 Steven Nagy 19 Jedd Cordisco 9 Zach Prince 18 Branko Gavric 13 Sean de Silva

GP 14 20 21 20 13 15 21 19

GWG 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

## 9 22 20 7 3 6 4 24 2 11

ASSISTS Zach Prince Jake Helmig Casey Gold Kareem Yearwood Gus Teren Justin Fojo Matt Morris Drew Fuzy Will Moore Steven Nagy

GP 15 21 7 20 14 21 14 21 9 20

G 4 1 0 7 1 1 9 0 0 1

A 6 6 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Pts Shots 14 23 8 10 2 3 16 42 3 6 3 10 19 29 1 7 1 2 3 13

## 7 4 9 13 8 11 19 22 6 18

SHOTS Kareem Yearwood Matt Morris Zach Prince Sean de SIlva Wes Knight Steven Nagy Jedd Cordisco Jake Helmig Justin Fojo Branko Gavric

GP 20 14 15 19 21 20 13 21 21 21

G 7 9 4 2 0 1 2 1 1 1

A 2 1 6 0 0 1 0 6 1 1

Sh Shot% 42 .167 29 .310 23 .174 17 .118 14 .000 13 .077 11 .182 10 .100 10 .100 9 .111

## 10 14 4 19 9 7 3 21 13 18

SHOT PCT Sean Bateau David Munson Matt Morris Jedd Cordisco Zach Prince Kareem Yearwood Gus Teren John Bello Sean de Silva Branko Gavric

GP 21 15 14 13 15 20 14 21 19 21

G 1 1 9 2 4 7 1 1 2 1

A 0 0 1 0 6 2 1 0 0 1

Sh Shot% 2 .500 3 .333 29 .310 11 .182 23 .174 42 .167 6 .167 7 .143 17 .118 9 .111

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 2008 In the Southern Conference

Southern Conference Honors

2008 Southern Conference Regular Season Final Standings SOCON

OVERALL

Team

W-L

Pct.

W-L-T Pct.

Home

Road

Neutral

Elon

7-0

1.000

10-9-1 .525

6-4

4-3

0-2-1

Furman

4-3

.571

11-8-1 .575

6-3

4-3

1-2-1

Appalachian State

4-3

.571

10-8-0 .556

3-3

6-5

1-0

Georgia Southern

4-3

.571

8-8-1

.571

4-5

4-3

0-0 -1

College of Charleston

3-4

.429

11-10-0 .524

6-3

2-4

3-3

UNC Greensboro

2-5

.286

10-11-3 .479

4-5

4-6-1

2-0-2

Wofford

2-5

.286

6-13-0 .316

2-6

3-7

1-0

Davidson

2-5

.286

4-14-1 .237

3-5

1-8

0-1-1

2008 Southern Conference Men’s Soccer Championship

Friday, Nov. 14

Sunday, Nov. 16

#1 Elon Match 1 at Elon, N.C. Saturday, Nov. 8 • 7:00 p.m.

#1 Elon, 3-0

#8 Woěord

Match 5 Friday, Nov. 14 4:30 p.m.

Player of the Year: Justin Wyatt, Elon Freshman of the Year: Coleton Henning, Furman Coach of the Year: Darren Powell, Elon

#5 Coll. of Charleston, 4-1

#4 Appalachian State Match 2 #5 Coll. of Charleston, 3-2 (OT) at Boone, N.C. Saturday, Nov. 8 • 7:00 p.m.

#5 College of Charleston Match 7 Sunday, Nov. 16 1:00 p.m. #3 Georgia Southern Match 3 at Statesboro, Ga. Sunday, Nov. 9 • 12:00 p.m.

#3 Georgia Southern, 2-1

#6 Davidson Match 6 Friday, Nov. 14 7:00 p.m.

#3 UNC Greensboro, 0-0 (3-2 PK)

#2 Furman Match 4 at Greenville, S.C. Saturday, Nov. 8 • 1:00 p.m.

Second Team F Tebatso Manyama, UNC Greensboro F Kareem Yearwood, College of Charleston F Aaron Parker, Elon M Clint Collins, Elon M Warren Creavalle, Furman M Branko Gavric, College of Charleston M Juan Obregon, Appalachian State D Will Mason, Elon D Jonathan Collier, Furman D E.J. O’Keeffe, UNC Greensboro GK Clint Irwin, Elon All-Freshman Team F Sean Dreybus, Appalachian State F Coleton Henning, Furman M Mark Bridges, Appalachian State M Sean de Silva, College of Charleston M Greg McNamara, Davidson M Eric Cobleigh, Furman M Warren Creavalle, Furman D James Carroll, Elon D Hunter Hayes, Davidson D Chris Klute, Furman GK Collin Taylor, Appalachian State

First Round - Campus Sites: November 8 & 9 Seminals/Final: November 14 & 16 Alumni Stadium • Davidson, N.C. Saturday, Nov. 8 Sunday, Nov. 9

2008 All-Conference Teams First Team F Coleton Henning, Furman F Arie Muniz, Appalachian State F Justin Wyatt, Elon M Alex Caskey, Davidson M Jokull Elisabertarson, UNC Greensboro M Erfan Imeni, Elon M Patrick Murray, Furman D Steven Kinney, Elon D Wes Knight, College of Charleston D Paul Pessina, Appalachian State GK Kyle Boerner, Elon GK Collin Taylor, Appalachian State

#3 UNC Greensboro, 2-1

2008 All-Tournament Team Steven Kinney, Elon Justin Wyatt, Elon Joe Madigan, Georgia Southern Austin Steele, Georgia Southern Matt Morris, College of Charleston Justin Fojo, College of Charleston Kareem Yearwood, College of Charleston Jokull Elisabetarson, UNC Greensboro Tebatso Manyama, UNC Greensboro Tim Masters, UNC Greensboro Joe Burnett, UNC Greensboro

#3 UNC Greensboro, 2-1

Most Outstanding Player: Joe Burnett, UNC Greensboro

#7 UNC Greensboro

*Game times subject to change. Host institution reserves the right to play in prime time.

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

Players of the Week Sept. 2 – Fabien Vorbe (Furman) Sept. 9 – Daniel Smith (Georgia Southern) Sept. 16 – Matt Morris (College of Charleston) Sept. 23 – Chad Janda (UNC Greensboro) Sept. 30 – Coleton Henning (Furman) Oct. 7 – Antonio Harley (Appalachian State) Oct. 14 – Justin Wyatt (Elon) Oct. 21 – Thomas Hunter (Wofford) Oct. 28 – Juan Obregon (Appalachian State) Nov. 4 – Aaron Parker (Elon)

‘04 SoCon Tournament Champions

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History


College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 1991 11-6-1 overall Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent W/L Score 9/7 William & Mary L 0-2 9/8 vs. ODU L 0-1 9/11 at Wake Forest T 2-2 (ot) 9/15 UNC Asheville W 1-0 9/18 at Coast. Carolina L 0-1 9/21 at Furman W 5-3 9/22 GA. STATE W 4-0 9/28 VANDERBILT W 1-0 9/29 DAVIDSON W 2-0 (ot) 10/2 at USC* L 4-5 (ot) 10/5 at Erskine L 0-1 (ot) 10/11 at Virginia Tech W 3-2 (ot) 10/13 at VCU W 4-3 10/16 CHAS. SOUTH. W 1-0 10/23 at UNC L 0-3 10/27 at Jacksonville W 1-0 (OT) 10/30 THE CITADEL W 1-0 11/3 E. ILLINOIS W 2-1 * - called due to darkness with 10:48 remaining in 2nd overtime 1992 14-5-1 overall, 4-1 TAAC Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent W/L 9/6 WILL. & MARY W 9/9 at UNC Asheville W 9/13 JACKSONVILLE W 9/16 FURMAM T 9/20 GA. STATE* W 9/23 at NC State L 9/26 MERCER* L 9/27 VIRGINIA TECH W 9/30 COASTAL CAR. L 10/4 UNC W 10/9 at Davidson L 10/12 at Centenary* W 10/15 ERSKINE W 10/18 VA. COMMON. W 10/24 at Char. Southern W 10/28 at The Citadel W 10/30 WAKE FOREST W 11/4 at South Carolina L 11/6 at Stetson* W 11/7 at Florida Atlantic* W *TAAC game 1993 12-4-2 overall, 5-2 TAAC Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent W/L 9/4 at William & Mary L 9/7 SANTA CLARA T 9/11 vs. Vanderbilt W 9/12 at UNCC W 9/26 FLA. ATLANTIC* W 9/29 CHAS. SOUTH. W 10/2 at Mercer* L 10/3 at Georgia State* W 10/10 STETSON* W 10/13 CENTENARY* W 10/16 at Central Florida* L 10/19 DAVIDSON W 10/22 Fla. ATLANTIC W 10/24 at Furman W 10/27 THE CITADEL W 10/29 vs. Ga. South. W 10/31 vs. Indiana L 11/7 USC T * - TAAC game 1994 19-7-0 overall, 8-0-0 TAAC 2-1-0 NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent W/L 9/3 at Centenary* W 9/6 FURMAN W 9/10 at G. Mason W 9/11 vs. American L 9/16 vs. ODU L 9/18 vs. UNLV W 9/25 GA. STATE* W 9/28 CAMPBELL* W 9/30 at Mercer* W 10/2 at Georgia State* W 10/5 at Campbell* W 10/9 WILLIAM & MARY L 10/12 NC STATE L 10/15 CENTENARY* W 10/22 MERCER* W 10/23 SOUTH FLORIDA W 10/26 at The Citadel W 10/29 at UNC Green. L 10/31 at Chas. South.^ W 11/4 CENT. FLA.* W 11/5 FLA. INTL.* W 11/9 UNCC L 11/13 at Miami! W 11/20 at UNCC$ W 11/27 at NC State$ W 12/4 at UCLA$ L *TAAC game ^ - won by forfeit ! - NCAA Play-in Match $ - NCAA Tournament

Date 9/2 9/4 9/9 9/12 9/15 9/17 9/20

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1995 14-7-1 overall, 6-2-0 TAAC 0-1 NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Opponent W/L at Wake Forest L vs. Davidson L at Centenary* W at Campbell* W vs. Wil. & Mary L vs. Harvard T at Furman W

Score 2-1 (ot) 2-1 5-0 1-1 (ot) 4-0 0-2 (ot) 3-4 (ot) 4-2 2-3 3-1 0-2 3-1 0-2 4-1 7-2 3-0 3-0 3-4 (ot) 2-1 2-1

Score 2-6 1-1 (ot) 3-1 3-1 2-1 6-1 3-4 2-0 3-1 4-1 0-1 5-0 5-2 5-3 3-0 4-1 0-3 2-2 (ot)

Score 5-2 4-2 (ot) 3-2 2-3 1-5 3-2 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 1-2 0-2 3-0 1-0 3-2 2-1 0-2 1-0 4-1 4-2 2-5 1-0 1-0 (ot) 5-4 (ot) 2-3

Score 1-3 2-3 4-3 3-1 (ot) 1-2 2-2 (ot) 3-0

9/24 GA. STATE* 9/29 at Mercer* 10/1 at Georgia State* 10/4 UNC 10/7 WOFFORD 10/8 G. MASON 10/14 CENTENARY* 10/17 CAMPBELL* 10/22 MERCER* 10/25 THE CITADEL 10/29 at Duke 11/5 at South Carolina 11/10 at Fla. Intl.% 11/11 vs. Campbell% 11/18 at Clemson^ *TAAC game % - TAAC Tournament ^ - NCAA Tournament

W L W W W W W L W W W L W W L

1996 11-10-1 overall, 5-2-1 TAAC 0-1 NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL 8/25 CLEMSON(exh.) W 8/31 at Campbell* T 9/7 at Centenary* W 9/11 CAMPBELL* W 9/15 USC! W 9/20 vs. Furman L 9/22 vs. Portland L 9/28 at Mercer* L 9/29 at Georgia State* W 10/6 GA. STATE* L 10/10 MERCER* W 10/12 CENTENARY* W 10/18 vs. Evansville L 10/20 vs. Creighton L 10/23 at The Citadel W 10/25 at Vanderbilt L 10/27 vs. UAB L 11/2 INDIANA L 11/3 DUKE W 11/8 FLA. INTL.^ W 11/9 CAMPBELL^ W 11/17 VALPARAISO& W 11/25 at UNCC~ L * TAAC Game ^ - TAAC Tournament & - NCAA Play-in Game ~ - Ncaa Tournament 1997 7-12-1 overall, 4-4-0 TAAC Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL 9/6 FURMAN L 9/10 at Campbell* L 9/14 at Centenary* L 9/17 at Duke L 9/21 at South Carolina L 9/26 at Georgia State* W 9/28 at Mercer* L 10/3 vs. Portland L 10/5 vs. Florida Atl. W 10/9 CENTENARY* W 10/11 VANDERBILT L 10/12 CREIGHTON L 10/15 CAMPBELL* L 10/18 vs. Adelphi L 10/19 vs. Navy W 10/22 GA. STATE* W 10/25 MERCER* W 10/28 THE CITADEL W 11/1 RICHMOND T 11/2 WILL. & MARY L * TAAC Game 1998 10-12-0 overall, 6-2 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL 9/4 at Indiana L 9/5 vs. Butler L 9/9 at Furman* L 9/12 FLA. ATLANTIC W 9/13 NAVY L 9/16 DUKE L 9/20 USC L 9/25 at Creighton L 9/27 vs. Drake L 10/4 DAVIDSON* W 10/6 at The Citadel* W 10/12 at VMI* W 10/14 UNC GREENS.* L 10/17 vs. Evansville W 10/18 vs. SW MO. St. L 10/21 GA. SOUTH.* W 10/23 WOFFORD* W 10/28 at App. State* W 10/31 UAB L 11/1 GA. STATE W 11/3 at Davidson W 11/7 vs UNCG L *SoCon Game

Date 9/5 9/8 9/17 9/18 9/22 9/24 9/25 9/29 10/2 10/6 10/9 10/13 10/15 10/16 10/20

1999 6-14-1 overall, 4-4-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Opponent WL WAKE FOREST L at Georgia State L vs. Eastern Illinois L vs. Saint Louis L FURMAN* L CCU L CHAR. SOUTH. T at Davidson* W THE CITADEL* W VMI* W at UNC Greens.* L at Wofford* L vs. South Florida L vs. Mercer W at GA. Southern* W

NCAA Tournament Appearances ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 & ‘04

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

Score 4-3 2-2 (ot) 3-1 1-0 6-2 0-1 0-6 2-3 6-1 1-2 2-0 2-1 (ot) 2-3 0-5 4-0 0-4 2-4 1-2 1-0 2-1 (ot) 3-2 (ot) 3-0 1-3

Score 2-3 1-2 0-2 0-5 0-8 3-2 0-2 1-5 4-3 (ot) 6-2 3-4 (ot) 1-8 0-1 (ot) 0-3 6-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 (ot) 0-1

Score 0-1 (ot) 1-2 (ot) 1-4 1-0 2-4 1-2 0-2 1-4 1-2 2-1 5-0 2-1 1-5 2-1 (ot) 0-2 4-1 3-1 1-0 2-3 6-1 5-2 1-5

Score 1-2 1-2 (ot) 0-1 0-3 1-2 (ot) 1-2 2-2 (ot) 2-0 3-0 2-1 0-2 1-2 2-3 1-0 2-1 (ot)

10/23 APP. STATE* 10/26 at South Carolina 10/30 OLD DOMINION 10/31 PENN STATE 11/5 GA. SOUTHERN 11/6 FURMAN *SoCon Game

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2000 10-9-3 overall, 4-4-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL 9/1 at UAB L 9/3 vs. UI Chicago T 9/9 Winthrop W 9/10 ARMY W 9/13 USC L 9/15 at Penn State L 9/16 v. Ohio State L 9/20 at Coastal T 9/25 at Furman* L 9/27 at The Citadel* W 9/30 at VMI* W 10/4 UNCG* L 10/8 DAVIDSON* L 10/10 GA SOUTH.* W 10/17 at App. State* L 10/21 vs. Lehigh W 10/22 vs. Bucknell W 10/25 WOFFORD* W 10/27 vs. Chas. South. L 10/28 vs. The Citadel W 11/3 vs. UNCG W 11/4 vs. Furman T *SoCon Game

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

Score 0-3 1-1 (ot) 3-2 2-1 (ot) 0-2 1-2 (ot) 1-2 1-1 (ot) 1-6 3-2 2-1 1-4 0-1 (ot) 1-0 0-2 1-0 6-0 2-0 1-2 (ot) 5-0 3-2 1-1 (ot)

2001 6-11-1 overall, 4-4-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL Score 9/1 at Will. & Mary L 0-5 9/7 TEXAS CHRIST. T 1-1 (ot) 9/9 SOUTH. METH. L 0-3 9/19 THE CITADEL* W 4-0 9/25 FURMAN* L 0-4 9/30 at USC L 0-2 10/3 at Ga. Southern* W 2-1 10/6 at UNC Greens.* L 2-3 (ot) 10/14 APP. STATE* L 1-2 10/19 vs. Rutgers L 0-1 10/21 vs. Maryland L 0-3 10/27 at Wofford* W 2-0 10/30 at Davidson* L 1-2 11/2 ELON W 1-0 11/3 COASTAL CAR. L 0-2 11/9 VMI* W 3-2 11/16 vs. APP. STATE W 2-1 11/17 vs. FURMAN L 0-1 *SoCon Game 2002 11-7-2 overall, 5-3-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL Score 8/30 at Army T 2-2 9/1 vs. Lehigh L 1-2 9/7 GA. STATE W 2-1 (2ot) 9/8 UCF W 2-1(2ot) 9/13 vs. Washington L 0-2 9/15 vs. New Hampshire W 2-1 9/18 DAVIDSON* L 0-1 9/27 vs. SMU L 0-2 9/29 at TCU W 3-0 10/1 UNCG* W 4-2 10/8 GA. SOUTHERN* W 1-0 10/19 at Furman* L 0-1 10/23 USC W 1-0 10/26 at VMI* W 3-2 10/29 at The Citadel* W 3-1 11/1 vs. Winthrop W 2-1 11/3 COASTAL CAR. T 0-02ot) 11/6 WOFFORD* W 1-0 11/10 at App. State* L 0-1 (ot) 11/15 UNCG L 1-2 *SoCon Game 2003 13-4-3 overall, 5-2-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL Score 8/30 at Davidson* L 1-2 9/5 NORTHWESTERN W 5-2 9/7 RICHMOND W 3-1 9/12 vs Alabama A&M L 1-2 9/14 vs. Jacksonville W 3-0 9/19 vs Western Kentucky T 1-1 (2ot) 9/21 vs. Vanderbilt W 1-0 9/27 at UNC Greensboro L 1-2 10/4 #18 WILL. & MARY T 2-2 (2ot) 10/8 at Georgia Southern* W 3-0 10/11 APP. STATE* W 1-0. 10/14 FURMAN* W 2-0 10/18 at Wofford* W 3-0 10/22 ELON* W 2-0 10/29 at Winthrop W 5-0 11/4 at South Carolina T 2-2 (2ot) 11/8 VMI W 5-0 11/13 vs. Elon^ W 1-0 11/15 vs. UNCG^ W 3-2 (2ot) 11/16 vs Davidson^ L 0-1 *SoCon Game ^SoCon Tournament

Date 9/4 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/18 9/19

2004 17-6-1 overall, 5-1-1 SoCon 1-1 NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Opponent WL Score IONA W 2-1 at Northwestern L 0-4 at Bucknell W 2-1 vs. #16 Portland L 1-2(ot) vs. VCU L 1-2 at Richmond W 4-3 (2ot)

9/23 JACKSONVILLE W 2-1 9/26 DAVIDSON* W 3-1 10/1 at Rutgers L 0-1 10/3 at #11 St. John’s W 1-0 10/5 at App. State* W 1-0 10/9 at Furman* W 2-1 (ot) 10/12 WOFFORD* W 3-0 10/20 #15 USC W 3-0 10/24 at Elon* W 3-0 10/27 GA. SOUTHERN* T 2-2 (2ot) 10/30 #1 UNCG* L 1-3 11/5 ALABAMA A&M W 1-0 11/7 C. CAROLINA W 3-2 11/9 ELON^ W 1-0 11/12 vs. App. State^ W 1-0 11/14 vs. Davidson^ W 1-0 11/19 at USC# W 3-2 11/23 at #3 UNCG# L 1-2 *SoCon Game ^SoCon Tournament #NCAA Tournament 2005 9-8-2 overall, 4-3-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL Score 9/2 WESTERN MICH. W 5-1 9/3 VANDERBILT L 0-1 9/6 at USC W 1-0 9/9 at #2 Duke L 2-3 (ot) 9/11 vs. NC State L 1-3 9/16 vs. Loyola-Chicago T 2-2 (2ot) 9/18 vs. Pennsylvania W 3-1 9/23 vs. Brown W 1-0 9/25 at C. Carolina T 1-1 (2ot) 10/1 APP. STATE* W 3-1 10/4 FURMAN* L 1-2 10/9 ALABAMA A&M L 0-1 10/12 at Ga. Southern* W 3-1 10/16 at Davidson* L 2-3 10/18 at Wofford* W 2-1 10/22 at UNC Greensboro* L 0-3 10/26 CAMPBELL W 1-0 10/29 ELON* W 2-0 11/5 at Furman^ L 2-3 (ot) *SoCon Game ^SoCon Tournament 2006 10-9-1 overall, 4-3-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL Score 8/25 at Georgia State W 2-1 8/28 at Charlotte T 1-1 (2ot) 9/2 ALABAMA A&M W 4-1 9/3 CENTRAL FLORIDA W 5-1 9/8 vs. Denver W 2-1 (2ot) 9/10 at UNC Wilmington L 0-1 9/15 vs UAB W 4-2 9/17 at Birm.-Southern L 0-1 9/22 vs. St. Francis (Pa.) L 0-1 9/24 at #18 New Mexico L 2-3 9/27 WOFFORD* W 4-0 9/30 DAVIDSON* W 3-1 10/3 COASTAL CAR. L 2-3 10/5 GA. SOUTHERN* W 2-1 10/11 UNC GREENSBORO* L 1-2 (2ot) 10/14 at Elon* W 3-2 10/18 at Furman* L 0-2 10/21 at Appalachian State* L 2-4 10/25 at Campbell W 3-1 10/29 APPALACHIAN ST.^ L 1-4 *SoCon Game ^SoCon Tournament 2007 13-5-1 overall, 6-1-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Date Opponent WL Score 8/31 MERCER W 1-0 9/2 BIRM, SOUTHERN W 4-1 9/7 UNCW W 1-0 9/9 CHARLOTTE W 2-0 9/14 vs. Liberty W 2-0 9/16 vs C. Carolina W 2-1 9/21 at UCF L 2-3 9/28 at Stanford T 0-0 (2ot) 9/30 at San Jose State L 0-4 10/5 WINTHROP L 1-2 (ot) 10/9 ELON* W 2-0 10/13 at UNCG* W 3-1 10/20 #14 FURMAN* L 1-2 10/23 at Wofford* W 2-0 10/27 APP. STATE* W 1-0 10/30 at Ga. Southern* W 2-0 11/3 at Davidson* W 2-1 11/10 GA. SOUTHERN^ W 3-1 11/16 at UNCG^ L 1-2 *SoCon Game ^SoCon Tournament

Date 8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/25 9/27 10/1 10/4 10/11 10/14 10/18 10/21 10/24 11/1 11/4 11/8 11/14 11/16

2008 11-10-0 overall, 3-4-0 SoCon Head Coach: Ralph Lundy Opponent WL Score vs Marshalll W 2-0 vs Charlotte L 3-5 vs Washington L 1-4 vs Bowling Green W 2-0 OHIO STATE W 2-1 BROWN W 3-1 SOUTH CAROLINA L 0-4 JACKSONVILLE W 1-0 (2ot) STETSON W 2-0 at Appalachian St.* L 0-3 DAVIDSON* W 3-0 at Elon* L 0-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 2-1 UNC GREENSBORO* L 1-2 at Winthrop L 1-2 (ot) at Furman* W 2-1 at Coastal Carolina L 1-2 (ot) WOFFORD L 0-1 at Appalachian St.^ W 3-2 (ot) vs Elon^ W 4-1 vs UNC Greensboro^ L 1-2

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 TEAM GAME RECORDS* Most points 1. 21....... Wofford.................................................... Oct 7, 1995 2. 18....... Centenary................................................ Oct 9, 1997 18....... South Carolina...................................Sept 15, 1996 4. 17....... at Winthrop...........................................Oct 29, 2003 17....... Northwestern.......................................Sep 05, 2003 17....... at Georgia State.................................Sept 29, 1996 7. 16....... Georgia State......................................Nov 01, 1998 16....... at The Citadel.......................................Oct 06, 1998 9. 15....... VMI..........................................................Nov 08, 2003 15....... vs Bucknell............................................Oct 22, 2000 Most goals 1. 7......... Wofford.................................................... Oct 7, 1995 2. 6......... Georgia State......................................Nov 01, 1998 6......... vs Navy...................................................Oct 19, 1997 6......... vs Bucknell............................................Oct 22, 2000 6......... vs Centenary........................................... Oct 9, 1997 6......... vs South Carolina..............................Sept 15, 1996 6......... at Georgia State.................................Sept 29, 1996 8. 5......... Davidson...............................................Nov 03, 1998 5......... VMI..........................................................Nov 08, 2003 5......... at The Citadel.......................................Oct 06, 1998 5......... vs The Citadel.......................................Oct 28, 2000 5......... at Winthrop...........................................Oct 29, 2003 5......... Western Michigan..............................Sep 02, 2005 5......... UCFM.......................................................Sep 03, 2006 5......... Northwestern.......................................Sep 05, 2003 Most assists 1. 7......... at Winthrop...........................................Oct 29, 2003 7......... Northwestern.......................................Sep 05, 2003 3. 6......... at The Citadel.......................................Oct 06, 1998 4. 5......... VMI..........................................................Nov 08, 2003 5......... The Citadel............................................Oct 02, 1999 5......... at Campbell..........................................Oct 25, 2006 5......... Citadel.....................................................Sep 19, 2001 8. 4......... Georgia State......................................Nov 01, 1998 4......... Davidson...............................................Nov 03, 1998 4......... vs Georgia Southern.........................Nov 05, 1999 4......... Georgia Southern...............................Oct 21, 1998 4......... at VMI......................................................Oct 26, 2002 4......... Western Michigan..............................Sep 02, 2005 4......... UCFM.......................................................Sep 03, 2006 4......... at Richmond.........................................Sep 19, 2004 4......... Wofford..................................................Sep 27, 2006 Most shots 1. 31....... at Richmond.........................................Sep 19, 2004 2. 29....... at Georgia State..................................Aug 25, 2006 29....... Charleston Southern.......................Sept 29, 1993 4. 28....... at The Citadel.......................................Oct 06, 1998 5. 27....... at Furman............................................Sept 21, 1991 6. 26....... at Appalachian State........................Nov 16, 2001 26....... vs. Adelphi.............................................Oct 18, 1997 26....... South Carolina.....................................Oct 20, 2004 26....... at Georgia State..................................... Oct 3, 1993 10. 25....... Georgia State......................................Nov 01, 1998 25....... at Wofford..............................................Oct 18, 2003 25....... The Citadel............................................Oct 27, 1993 Most saves 1. 13....... at Coastal Carolina.............................Sep 20, 2000 2. 11....... vs Furman.............................................Nov 04, 2000 11....... at UNC Greensboro............................Oct 06, 2001 11....... at UNC Greensboro............................Oct 22, 2005 11....... at Penn State........................................Sep 15, 2000 11....... at Davidson...........................................Sep 29, 1999 7. 10....... Coastal Carolina.................................Nov 03, 2001 10....... at South Carolina...............................Nov 19, 2004 10....... UCFM.......................................................Sep 03, 2006 10....... Richmond..............................................Sep 07, 2003 10....... Campbell...............................................Sep 11, 1996 10....... at Furman..............................................Sep 20, 1995 10....... at Coastal Carolina..............................Nov. 1, 2008

TEAM SEASON RECORDS* Points 1......................190 (62g 66a)......................................1994 2......................184 (61g 62a)......................................1995 3......................173 (59g 55a)......................................1992 4......................157 (53g 51a)......................................1993 5......................133 (45g 43a)......................................2003 6......................130 (44g 42a)......................................1996 7......................124 (42g 40a)......................................1998 8......................119 (42g 35a)......................................2004 9......................112 (41g 30a)......................................2006 10....................96 (34g 28a).........................................1997 Points per game 1......................8.72 (18 games)..................................1993 2......................8.65 (20 games)..................................1992 3......................8.36 (22 games)..................................1995 4......................7.60 (25 games)..................................1994 5......................6.65 (20 games)..................................2003 6......................5.91 (22 games)..................................1996 7......................5.64 (22 games)..................................1998 8......................5.60 (20 games)..................................2006 9......................5.11 (18 games)..................................1991 10....................4.96 (24 games)..................................2004 Goals 1......................62............................................................1994 2......................61............................................................1995 3......................59............................................................1992 4......................53............................................................1993 5......................45............................................................2003 6......................44............................................................1996 7......................42............................................................1998 ........................42............................................................2004 9......................41............................................................2006 10....................36............................................................2000 Goals per game 1......................2.95 (20 games)..................................1992 2......................2.94 (18 games)..................................1993 3......................2.77 (22 games)..................................1995 4......................2.48 (25 games)..................................1994 5......................2.25 (20 games)..................................2003 6......................2.05 (20 games)..................................2006 7......................2.00 (22 games)..................................1996 8......................1.91 (22 games)..................................1998 9......................1.75 (24 games)..................................2004 10....................1.72 (18 games)..................................1991 Game-winning goals 1......................18............................................................1994 2......................16............................................................2004 3......................14............................................................1995 ........................14............................................................1992 5......................13............................................................2003 ........................13............................................................2007 7......................12............................................................1993 8......................11............................................................1991 ........................11............................................................1996 ........................11............................................................2002 ........................11............................................................2008 Assists 1......................66............................................................1994 2......................62............................................................1995 3......................55............................................................1992 4......................51............................................................1993 5......................43............................................................2003 6......................42............................................................1996 7......................40............................................................1998 8......................35............................................................2004 9......................30............................................................1991 ........................30............................................................2006 Assists per game 1......................2.83 (18 games)..................................1993 2......................2.82 (22 games)..................................1995 3......................2.75 (20 games)..................................1992 4......................2.64 (25 games)..................................1994 5......................2.15 (20 games)..................................2003 6......................1.91 (22 games)..................................1996 7......................1.82 (22 games)..................................1998 8......................1.67 (18 games)..................................1991 9......................1.50 (20 games)..................................2006 10....................1.46 (24 games)..................................2004 Shots attempted 1......................387 (59 goals).....................................1992 2......................363 (42 goals).....................................2004 3......................356 (62 goals).....................................1994 4......................318 (53 goals).....................................1993 ........................318 (61 goals).....................................1995 6......................294 (44 goals).....................................1996 7......................293 (45 goals).....................................2003 8......................292 (31 goals).....................................1991 9......................273 (41 goals).....................................2006 10....................270 (28 goals).....................................2002 Shots per game 1......................19.35 (20 games)...............................1992 2......................17.67 (18 games)...............................1993 3......................16.22 (18 games)...............................1991 4......................15.12 (24 games)...............................2004 5......................14.65 (20 games)...............................2003 6......................14.45 (22 games)...............................1995

Shots on goal 1......................... 179 (42 goals)..................................2004 2......................... 156 (41 goals)..................................2006 3......................... 136 (45 goals)..................................2003 4......................... 128 (32 goals)..................................2007 5......................... 124 (28 goals)..................................2002 6......................... 112 (32 goals)..................................2005 7......................... 94 (34 goals)....................................2008 8......................... 92 (19 goals)....................................2001 9......................... 80 (42 goals)....................................1998 10....................... 76 (36 goals)....................................2000 SOG per game 1......................... 10.00 (21 games)............................2008 2......................... 7.80 (20 games)..............................2006 3......................... 7.46 (24 games)..............................2004 4......................... 6.80 (20 games)..............................2003 5......................... 6.74 (19 games)..............................2007 6......................... 6.20 (20 games)..............................2002 7......................... 5.89 (19 games)..............................2005 8......................... 5.11 (18 games)..............................2001 9......................... 3.64 (22 games)..............................1998 10....................... 3.45 (22 games)..............................2000 Penalty kicks made 1......................... 3...........................................................2003 ........................... 3...........................................................2000 ........................... 3...........................................................2007 4......................... 1...........................................................2008 ........................... 1...........................................................1998 ........................... 1...........................................................2005 ........................... 1...........................................................2002 ........................... 1...........................................................1999 ........................... 1...........................................................2006 Penalty kick attempts 1......................... 5...........................................................2007 2......................... 4...........................................................2003 3......................... 3...........................................................2000 4......................... 2...........................................................1999 ........................... 2...........................................................2002 ........................... 2...........................................................2005 ........................... 2...........................................................1998 ........................... 2...........................................................2008 8......................... 1...........................................................2004 ........................... 1...........................................................2006 ........................... 1...........................................................2001 GOALKEEPING (SEASON) Saves 1............. 121 (35 GA, 121 saves).............................2000 2............. 116 (35 GA, 116 saves).............................1995 3............. 109 (40 GA, 109 saves).............................1996 4............. 107 (28 GA, 107 saves).............................2004 5............. 99 (39 GA, 99 saves)..................................1999 6............. 98 (33 GA, 98 saves)..................................2001 7............. 96 (17 GA, 96 saves)..................................2003 8............. 95 (41 GA, 95 saves)..................................1994 9............. 93 (24 GA, 93 saves)..................................1991 ............... 93 (33 GA, 93 saves)..................................2006 Saves per game 1............. 5.50 (22 games)..........................................2000 2............. 5.44 (18 games)..........................................2001 3............. 5.27 (22 games)..........................................1995 4............. 5.17 (18 games)..........................................1991 5............. 4.95 (22 games)..........................................1996 6............. 4.80 (20 games)..........................................2003 7............. 4.74 (19 games)..........................................2007 8............. 4.71 (21 games)..........................................1999 9............. 4.65 (20 games)..........................................2006 10........... 4.63 (19 games)..........................................2005 Save percent 1............. .850 (17 GA, 96 saves)...............................2003 2............. .833 (18 GA, 90 saves)...............................2007 3............. .795 (24 GA, 93 saves)...............................1991 4............. .793 (28 GA, 107 saves)............................2004 5............. .788 (22 GA, 82 saves)...............................2002 6............. .776 (35 GA, 121 saves)............................2000 7............. .768 (35 GA, 116 saves)............................1995 8............. .765 (27 GA, 88 saves)...............................2005 9............. .757 (27 GA, 84 saves)...............................1992 10........... .748 (33 GA, 98 saves)...............................2001 Goals against avg 1............. 0.82 (17 GA, 1873 min).............................2003 2............. 0.92 (18 GA, 1754 min).............................2007 3............. 1.04 (22 GA, 1895 min).............................2002 4............. 1.13 (28 GA, 2222 min).............................2004 5............. 1.24 (24 GA, 1744 min).............................1991 6............. 1.25 (27 GA, 1950 min).............................1992 7............. 1.38 (27 GA, 1764 min).............................2005 8............. 1.49 (35 GA, 2110 min).............................2000 9............. 1.53 (41 GA, 2410 min).............................1994 10........... 1.53 (33 GA, 1929 min).............................2008 Most wins 1............. 17 (17-6-1)....................................................2004 2............. 13 (13-4-3)....................................................2003 ............... 13 (13-5-0)....................................................2007 4............. 11 (11-7-2)....................................................2002 5............. 10 (10-12-0)..................................................1998 ............... 10 (10-9-3)....................................................2000

*Records reflect only years of participation in Division I (1991-pres.)

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS* Most points 1. 8........ Vladimir Suite....................................................Centenary..............Oct 9, 1997 2. 6........ Chad Carithers......................................... Central Florida.............Nov 4, 1994 6........ Chad Carithers....................................................... Furman............Sept 6, 1994 6........ Chris Braithwaite....................................... Georgia State.......... Nov 01, 1998 6........ Jeremy Gold....................................... Western Michigan...........Sep 02, 2005 6........ Jeremy Gold.........................................................Davidson...........Sep 30, 2006 7. 5........ Andrew Kelly.................................vs Georgia Southern.......... Nov 05, 1999 5........ Jeremy Gold....................................................................VMI.......... Nov 08, 2003 5........ Jeremy Gold............................................................... UCFM...........Sep 03, 2006 5........ Sage Martina..................................................................VMI.......... Nov 08, 2003 5........ Tony Myers................................................................. UNCG........... Oct 01, 2002 Most goals 1. 4........ Vladimir Suite...............................................vs Centenary..............Oct 9, 1997 2. 3........ Chad Carithers......................................... Central Florida.............Nov 4, 1994 3........ Chris Braithwaite....................................... Georgia State.......... Nov 01, 1998 3........ Jeremy Gold....................................... Western Michigan...........Sep 02, 2005 3........ Jeremy Gold.........................................................Davidson...........Sep 30, 2006 6. 2........ Andrew Kelly.................................vs Georgia Southern.......... Nov 05, 1999 2........ Chad Carithers...................................................... vs UNLV......... Sept 18, 1994 2........ Chris Imfeld................................................. Georgia State.......... Nov 01, 1998 2........ Chris Imfeld................................................. at The Citadel........... Oct 06, 1998 2........ Damon Richvalsky..............................................Clemson..........Aug 25, 1996 2........ Damon Richvalsky.............................................Davidson............. Sep 4, 1995 2........ Darren Toby.........................................at South Carolina.......... Nov 19, 2004 2........ Grant Guthrie...........................................................vs UAB...........Sep 15, 2006 2........ Jeff Files............................................................................VMI.......... Nov 09, 2001 2........ Jeff Files.................................................................Winthrop...........Sep 09, 2000 2........ Jeremy Gold....................................................................VMI.......... Nov 08, 2003 2........ Jeremy Gold..............................................................at Elon........... Oct 14, 2006 2........ Jeremy Gold............................................................... UCFM...........Sep 03, 2006 2........ Jeremy Gold.........................................................Davidson...........Sep 26, 2004 2........ John Slick.......................................................at Centenary............. Sep 9, 1995 2........ Kareem Yearwood.........................at UNC Greensboro........... Oct 13, 2007 2........ Kareem Yearwood.................................................. at UCF...........Sep 21, 2007 2........ Martin Laursen....................................................... vs Navy........... Oct 19, 1997 2........ Matt Morris........................................................... vs Brown...........Sep 14, 2008 2........ Matt Schindelholz........................................... at Furman........... Oct 09, 2004 2........ Matthew Curran............................... Western Michigan...........Sep 02, 2005 2........ Ricardo D. Granados................................Northwestern...........Sep 05, 2003 2........ Sage Martina..................................................................VMI.......... Nov 08, 2003 2........ Scott Clayton...................................................The Citadel........... Oct 25, 1995 2........ Scott Milroth.................................................... at Bucknell...........Sep 10, 2004 2........ Sean de Silva................................................. vs Davidson..............Oct 4, 2008 2........ Steffen Schollaert.................................................... at VMI...........Sep 30, 2000 2........ Stephen Williamson............................ Wofford College........... Oct 23, 1998 2........ Steve Williamson.................................. Wofford College........... Oct 23, 1998 2........ Tony Myers................................................................. UNCG........... Oct 01, 2002 2........ Tony Myers..............................................................vs IONA...........Sep 04, 2004 2........ Tony Myers..................................................................... UCF...........Sep 08, 2002 2........ Vladimir Suite.................................................................VMI........... Oct 06, 1999 2........ Vladimir Suite...............................................vs Vanderbilt........... Oct 11, 1997 2........ Vladimir Suite............................................ Old Dominion........... Oct 30, 1999 2........ Vladimir Suite....................................vs. Florida Atlantic..............Oct 5, 1997 2........ Vladimir Suite................................at Georgia Southern......... Sept 26, 1997 Most assists 1. 3........ Chris Imfeld............................................ at Georgia State......... Sept 26, 1997 2. 2........ Aaron Olitsky.................................Florida International.............Nov 8, 1996 2........ Aaron Olitsky......................................................... Harvard......... Sept 17, 1995 2........ Ben Hollingsworth.......................................................VMI.......... Nov 08, 2003 2........ Ben Hollingsworth...................................Northwestern...........Sep 05, 2003 2........ Bobby Smyrniotis.........................................at Davidson...........Sep 29, 1999 2........ Chad Carithers........................................... Georgia State......... Sept 25, 1994 2........ Chris Michner........................................................ vs. Navy........... Oct 19, 1997 2........ Chris Michner.................................................... vs. Mercer........... Oct 25, 1997 2........ Chris Michner............................................vs. The Citadel........... Oct 28, 1997 2........ Courtney Murray.................................................. vs UNLV......... Sept 18, 1994 2........ Gary Hilton.........................................................Valparaiso.......... Nov 17, 1996 2........ Grant Guthrie......................................................Charlotte...........Sep 09, 2007 2........ Javier Vivanco........................................................ Wofford..............Oct 7, 1995 2........ Jeff Files........................................................Northwestern...........Sep 05, 2003 2........ Jeremy Gold........................................... Coastal Carolina.......... Nov 07, 2004

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2........ Jeremy Gold.......................................Appalachian State........... Oct 01, 2005 2........ Jeremy Gold....................................................at Winthrop........... Oct 29, 2003 2........ Josh Farrar..........................................................Centenary........... Oct 14, 1995 2........ Kareem Yearwood............................Georgia Southern.......... Nov 10, 2007 2........ Matt Morris......................................... Western Michigan...........Sep 02, 2005 2........ Michael Dobbs........................................... at The Citadel........... Oct 06, 1998 2........ Michael Maurice...........................vs Georgia Southern.......... Nov 05, 1999 2........ Miles Alden-Dunn................................................ Wofford...........Sep 27, 2006 2........ Ricardo D. Granados.........................................Winthrop...........Sep 09, 2000 2........ Ricardo Granados..............................................Winthrop...........Sep 09, 2000 2........ Scott Clayton............................................................Mercer........... Oct 28, 1995 2........ Scott Milroth............................................ William & Mary........... Oct 04, 2003 2........ Scott Milroth..................................at Georgia Southern........... Oct 14, 2003 2........ Ted Haley........................................................ at Campbell..........Aug 31, 1996 2........ Troy Lesesne...............................................Northwestern...........Sep 05, 2003 2........ Troy Lesesne.................................................at Richmond...........Sep 19, 2004 2........ Wes Knight.................................Birmingham Southern...........Sep 02, 2007 2........ Zach Prince................................... at Appalachian State.............Nov 8, 2008

Most shots 1. 10...... Jeff Files.......................................... at Appalachian State.......... Nov 16, 2001 10...... Vladimir Suite....................................................vs Adelphi........... Oct 18, 1997 3. 9........ Chris Braithwaite....................................... Georgia State.......... Nov 01, 1998 9........ Jeff Files........................................................ at The Citadel........... Oct 29, 2002 9........ Jeremy Gold.................................. at Appalachian State........... Oct 21, 2006 6. 8........ Jeremy Gold................................................... vs N.C. State...........Sep 11, 2005 8........ Ricardo D. Granados.................. vs Western Kentucky...........Sep 19, 2003 8........ Tony Myers....................................................at Richmond...........Sep 19, 2004 9. 7........ Gary Hilton..................................................... at Campbell......... Sept 10, 1997 7........ Jeff Files...............................................................at Wofford........... Oct 27, 2001 7........ Jeremy Gold...................................at Georgia Southern........... Oct 12, 2005 7........ Kareem Yearwood............................... at Georgia State..........Aug 25, 2006 7........ Ricardo D. Granados.........................at South Carolina.......... Nov 04, 2003 7........ Tony Myers..............................................................vs IONA...........Sep 04, 2004 7........ Tony Myers........................................ vs New Hampshire...........Sep 15, 2002 7........ Troy Lesesne.............................................South Carolina........... Oct 20, 2004 7........ Vladimir Suite....................................................... vs Butler...........Sep 05, 1998 Most saves 1. 13...... Wes Martino..................................... at Coastal Carolina...........Sep 20, 2000 2. 11...... Jay Mason........................................................at Davidson...........Sep 29, 1999 11...... Wes Martino......................................................vs Furman.......... Nov 04, 2000 11...... Wes Martino....................................at UNC Greensboro........... Oct 06, 2001 11...... Wes Martino................................................ at Penn State...........Sep 15, 2000 6. 10...... Brendan Smith................................. at Coastal Carolina.............Nov 1, 2008 10...... Corbin Waller............................................................. UCFM...........Sep 03, 2006 10...... Keith Wiggans.....................................at South Carolina.......... Nov 19, 2004 10...... Wes Martino.......................................... Coastal Carolina.......... Nov 03, 2001 9. 9........ Corbin Walker....................................................Richmond...........Sep 07, 2003 9........ Corbin Waller.....................................................Richmond...........Sep 07, 2003 9........ Corbin Waller..................................at Stanford Cardinal...........Sep 28, 2007 9........ Jay Mason............................................... at Georgia State...........Sep 08, 1999 9........ Keith Wiggans...............................at Georgia Southern........... Oct 14, 2003 9........ Keith Wiggans............................... Southern Methodist...........Sep 09, 2001 9........ Wes Martino..................................................................Elon.......... Nov 02, 2001 9........ Wes Martino.................................................. vs Maryland........... Oct 21, 2001 9........ Wes Martino.......................................................... Wofford........... Oct 25, 2000 9........ Wes Martino.......................................... Coastal Carolina...........Sep 24, 1999

Current CofC Assistant Head Coach Troy Lesesne has finished in the top ten in several career statsitical catergories

Jeff Files holds the record for most shots in a game (10) against Appalachian State in 2001.

Current CofC Assistant Coach Keith Wiggans holds the CofC Division I record for most career wins with 40.

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS* SCORING (SEASON) Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

54.................Chad Carithers (20g 14a)................................... 1994 47.................Clay Smith (18g 11a)........................................... 1992 46.................Scott Clayton (16g 14a)..................................... 1995 38.................Courtney Murray (17g 4a)................................. 1992 34.................Jeremy Gold (13g 8a).......................................... 2005 34.................Chad Carithers (15g 4a)..................................... 1993 30.................Scott Clayton (14g 2a)........................................ 1993 30.................Damon Richvalsky (12g 6a).............................. 1995 29.................Kareem Yearwood (13g 3a).............................. 2007 29.................Jeremy Gold (12g 5a).......................................... 2006

Points per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 2.35.............Clay Smith (20 games)........................................ 1992 2. 2.16.............Chad Carithers (25 games)............................... 1994 3. 2.09.............Scott Clayton (22 games).................................. 1995 4. 2.00.............Chad Carithers (17 games)............................... 1993 5. 1.90.............Courtney Murray (20 games)........................... 1992 6. 1.79.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2005 7. 1.76.............Scott Clayton (17 games).................................. 1993 8. 1.61.............Jeremy Gold (18 games).................................... 2006 9. 1.53.............Kareem Yearwood (19 games)........................ 2007 10. 1.43.............Damon Richvalsky (21 games)........................ 1995 Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

20.................Chad Carithers...................................................... 1994 18.................Clay Smith............................................................... 1992 17.................Courtney Murray.................................................. 1992 16.................Scott Clayton......................................................... 1995 15.................Chad Carithers...................................................... 1993 14.................Scott Clayton......................................................... 1993 13.................Kareem Yearwood................................................ 2007 13.................Jeremy Gold........................................................... 2005 12.................Jeremy Gold........................................................... 2006 12.................Damon Richvalsky............................................... 1995

Goals per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.90.............Clay Smith (20 games)........................................ 1992 2. 0.88.............Chad Carithers (17 games)............................... 1993 3. 0.85.............Courtney Murray (20 games)........................... 1992 4. 0.82.............Scott Clayton (17 games).................................. 1993 5. 0.80.............Chad Carithers (25 games)............................... 1994 6. 0.73.............Scott Clayton (22 games).................................. 1995 7. 0.68.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2005 0.68.............Kareem Yearwood (19 games)........................ 2007 9. 0.67.............Jeremy Gold (18 games).................................... 2006 10. 0.64.............Matt Morris (14 games)...................................... 2008 Game-winning goals 1. 7...................Clay Smith............................................................... 1992 2. 6...................Kareem Yearwood................................................ 2007 6...................Ben Hollingsworth............................................... 2004 6...................Scott Clayton......................................................... 1993 6...................Chad Carithers...................................................... 1994 6. 5...................Damon Richvalsky............................................... 1995 7. 4...................Vladimir Suite........................................................ 1997 4...................Jeff Files................................................................... 2000 4...................Damon Richvalsky............................................... 1996 4...................Jeff Files................................................................... 2003 Assists 1. 3. 4. 6. 7.

14.................Chad Carithers...................................................... 1994 14.................Scott Clayton......................................................... 1995 11.................Clay Smith............................................................... 1992 10.................Javier Vivanco........................................................ 1995 10.................Troy Lesesne.......................................................... 2004 9...................Tim Sparks.............................................................. 1998 8...................Jeff Files................................................................... 2003 8...................Jeremy Gold........................................................... 2005 8...................Jeremy Gold........................................................... 2004 8...................Josh Farrar.............................................................. 1995

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.64.............Scott Clayton (22 games).................................. 1995 2. 0.56.............Chad Carithers (25 games)............................... 1994 3. 0.55.............Clay Smith (20 games)........................................ 1992 4. 0.50.............Scott Clayton (10 games).................................. 1994 0.50.............Josh Farrar (10 games)....................................... 1992 6. 0.45.............Javier Vivanco (22 games)................................. 1995 7. 0.44.............Jeff Terry (16 games)........................................... 1993 8. 0.43.............Chris Imfeld (14 games)..................................... 1997 9. 0.42.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2005 0.42.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2004 Shots attempted 1. 87.................Clay Smith (18 goals).......................................... 1992 2. 82.................Chad Carithers (20 goals).................................. 1994 3. 80.................Courtney Murray (17 goals)............................. 1992 4. 68.................Scott Clayton (14 goals)..................................... 1993 5. 67.................Jeremy Gold (12 goals)...................................... 2006

6. 8. 9. 10.

65.................Jeremy Gold (13 goals)...................................... 2005 65.................Chad Carithers (15 goals).................................. 1993 61.................Tony Myers (7 goals)........................................... 2004 60.................Jeff Files (8 goals)................................................. 2001 59.................Troy Lesesne (4 goals)........................................ 2004

Shots per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 4.35.............Clay Smith (20 games)........................................ 1992 2. 4.00.............Scott Clayton (17 games).................................. 1993 4.00.............Courtney Murray (20 games)........................... 1992 4. 3.82.............Chad Carithers (17 games)............................... 1993 5. 3.72.............Jeremy Gold (18 games).................................... 2006 6. 3.42.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2005 7. 3.33.............Jeff Files (18 games)............................................ 2001 8. 3.29.............Tony Myers (14 games)...................................... 2002 9. 3.28.............Chad Carithers (25 games)............................... 1994 10. 3.06.............Jeff Files (17 games)............................................ 2002 Shots on goal 1. 42.................Jeremy Gold (12 goals)...................................... 2006 2. 35.................Jeremy Gold (13 goals)...................................... 2005 3. 30.................Jeff Files (8 goals)................................................. 2001 30.................Troy Lesesne (4 goals)........................................ 2004 5. 29.................Kareem Yearwood (13 goals)........................... 2007 6. 28.................Tony Myers (7 goals)........................................... 2004 7. 27.................Ricardo D. Granados (9 goals)......................... 2003 8. 26.................Jeff Files (4 goals)................................................. 2002 9. 23.................Ricardo D. Granados (6 goals)......................... 2002 23.................Sage Martina (8 goals)....................................... 2003 SOG per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 2.33.............Jeremy Gold (18 games).................................... 2006 2. 1.84.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2005 3. 1.67.............Jeff Files (18 games)............................................ 2001 4. 1.53.............Jeff Files (17 games)............................................ 2002 5. 1.53.............Kareem Yearwood (19 games)........................ 2007 6. 1.35.............Ricardo D. Granados (20 games).................... 2003 7. 1.33.............Tony Myers (21 games)...................................... 2004 8. 1.25.............Troy Lesesne (24 games)................................... 2004 9. 1.21.............Tony Myers (14 games)...................................... 2002 10. 1.16.............Jeremy Gold (19 games).................................... 2004 Penalty kicks made 1. 3...................Sage Martina......................................................... 2003 2. 2...................Casey Gold.............................................................. 2007 3. 1...................Vladimir Suite........................................................ 1998 1...................Jeremy Gold........................................................... 2005 1...................Vladimir Suite........................................................ 1999 1...................Jason Duncan........................................................ 2000 1...................Jeff Files................................................................... 2000 1...................Miles Alden-Dunn................................................ 2006 1...................Matt Morris............................................................. 2007 1...................Jason Dowiak........................................................ 2000 Penalty kick attempts 1. 4...................Sage Martina......................................................... 2003 2. 3...................Casey Gold.............................................................. 2007 3. 2...................Vladimir Suite........................................................ 1998 2...................Jeremy Gold........................................................... 2005 5. 1...................Vladimir Suite........................................................ 1999 1...................Andrew Kelly.......................................................... 1999 1...................Troy Lesesne.......................................................... 2004 1...................Zach Prince............................................................. 2007 1...................Jason Dowiak........................................................ 2002 1...................Jason Dowiak........................................................ 2000 GOALKEEPING (SEASON) Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

118..............Wes Martino (34 GA, 118 saves)...................... 2000 112..............Brian Cherry (32 GA, 112 saves)...................... 1995 99.................Keith Wiggans (28 GA, 99 saves)..................... 2004 87.................Corbin Waller (33 GA, 87 saves)...................... 2006 85.................Corbin Waller (17 GA, 85 saves)...................... 2007 83.................Brian Cherry (33 GA, 83 saves)......................... 1994 82.................Keith Wiggans (14 GA, 82 saves)..................... 2003 78.................Doug Campbell (20 GA, 78 saves).................. 1991 77.................Wes Martino (26 GA, 77 saves)........................ 2001 71.................Jay Mason (34 GA, 71 saves)............................. 1998

Saves per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 5.36.............Wes Martino (22 games).................................... 2000 2. 5.33.............Brian Cherry (21 games).................................... 1995 3. 4.80.............Kevin Asmann (5 games)................................... 1996 4.80.............Wes Martino (10 games).................................... 1999 5. 4.59.............Doug Campbell (17 games)............................. 1991 6. 4.58.............Brian Cherry (12 games).................................... 1996 7. 4.47.............Corbin Waller (19 games).................................. 2007 8. 4.36.............Jay Mason (11 games)........................................ 1999 9. 4.35.............Corbin Waller (20 games).................................. 2006 10. 4.32.............Keith Wiggans (19 games)................................ 2003

TAAC Champions - ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96

Save percent (minimum 5 minutes) 1. 1.000...........Eddie Pigford (0 GA, 1 saves)........................... 1994 2. .909.............Eddie Pigford (1 GA, 10 saves)......................... 1992 3. .854.............Keith Wiggans (14 GA, 82 saves)..................... 2003 4. .833.............Corbin Waller (17 GA, 85 saves)...................... 2007 5. .819.............Keith Wiggans (15 GA, 68 saves)..................... 2002 6. .800.............Michael Barr (1 GA, 4 saves)............................. 1997 7. .796.............Doug Campbell (20 GA, 78 saves).................. 1991 8. .789.............Greg Weiss (4 GA, 15 saves).............................. 1991 9. .782.............Hunter Gilstrap (17 GA, 61 saves)................... 2005 10. .780.............Keith Wiggans (28 GA, 99 saves)..................... 2004 Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. 0.59.............Eddie Pigford (1 GA, 152 min)......................... 1992 2. 0.74.............Keith Wiggans (14 GA, 1693 min)................... 2003 3. 0.88.............Keith Wiggans (15 GA, 1540 min)................... 2002 4. 0.88.............Corbin Waller (17 GA, 1741 min).................... 2007 5. 0.90.............Lance Rawlings (1 GA, 100 min)..................... 2000 6. 1.13.............Greg Weiss (4 GA, 318 min).............................. 1991 7. 1.13.............Keith Wiggans (28 GA, 2222 min)................... 2004 8. 1.16.............Hunter Gilstrap (17 GA, 1321 min)................. 2005 9. 1.20.............Greg Weiss (14 GA, 1053 min)......................... 1992 10. 1.21.............Matt Haynie (3 GA, 224 min)............................ 1995 Most wins 1. 17.................Keith Wiggans (17-6-1)....................................... 2004 2. 13.................Corbin Waller (13-5-0)........................................ 2007 3. 12.................Keith Wiggans (12-4-3)....................................... 2003 4. 10.................Keith Wiggans (10-5-1)....................................... 2002 10.................Jay Mason (10-9-0)............................................... 1998 10.................Wes Martino (10-9-3).......................................... 2000 7. 9...................Corbin Waller (9-9-1)........................................... 2006 8. 6...................Hunter Gilstrap (6-6-1)....................................... 2005 9. 5...................Jay Mason (5-6-0)................................................. 1999 5...................Wes Martino (5-8-0)............................................. 2001 Most shutouts 1. 9...................Keith Wiggans....................................................... 2003 9...................Keith Wiggans....................................................... 2004 9...................Corbin Waller......................................................... 2007 4. 6...................Brian Cherry........................................................... 1995 5. 5...................Keith Wiggans....................................................... 2002 6. 4...................Doug Campbell.................................................... 1991 4...................Brian Cherry........................................................... 1994 8. 3...................Hunter Gilstrap..................................................... 2005 3...................Wes Martino........................................................... 2000 3...................Clark Hankins......................................................... 2008 10. 2...................Greg Weiss.............................................................. 1992 2...................Brendan Smith...................................................... 2008 PARTICIPATION (SEASON) Games played 1. 25.................Kevin O’Brien......................................................... 1994 25.................Javier Vivanco........................................................ 1994 25.................Chad Carithers...................................................... 1994 25.................Courtney Murray.................................................. 1994 25.................Andrew Dickson................................................... 1994 25.................Jamison Howard................................................... 1994 25.................Josh Farrar.............................................................. 1994 8. 24.................Alvaro Betancur.................................................... 1994 24.................Troy Lesesne.......................................................... 2004 24.................Daniel Azcarate..................................................... 2004 Games started 1. 25.................Javier Vivanco........................................................ 1994 25.................Kevin O’Brien......................................................... 1994 25.................Josh Farrar.............................................................. 1994 4. 24.................Alvaro Betancur.................................................... 1994 24.................Darren Toby............................................................ 2004 24.................Chad Carithers...................................................... 1994 24.................Drew Cavanagh.................................................... 2004 24.................Troy Lesesne.......................................................... 2004 9. 23.................Keion Yearwood................................................... 2004 23.................Jeff Terry.................................................................. 1994 Minutes played 1. 1932............Keith Wiggans....................................................... 2004 1932............Drew Cavanagh.................................................... 2004 3. 1778............Troy Lesesne.......................................................... 2004 4. 1757............Keion Yearwood................................................... 2004 5. 1752............Jabari Seabrook.................................................... 2004 6. 1751............Keion Yearwood................................................... 2005 7. 1747............Wes Knight............................................................. 2005 8. 1714............Darren Toby............................................................ 2005 9. 1663............Darren Toby............................................................ 2004 10. 1625............Corbin Waller......................................................... 2006

*Records reflect only years of participation in Division I (1991-pres.)

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College of Charleston Men’s Soccer 2009 INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS* SCORING (CAREER) Points 1. 103..................Chad Carithers (41g 21a)............................................................................. 1991-94 2. 95....................Scott Clayton (35g 25a)................................................................................ 1992-95 3. 91....................Jeremy Gold (33g 25a)................................................................................. 2003-06 4. 67....................Jeff Files (25g 17a).......................................................................................... 2000-03 5. 64....................Courtney Murray (27g 10a)........................................................................ 1991-94 6. 63....................Javier Vivanco (20g 23a)........................................................................ 1991,93-95 63....................Vladimir Suite (29g 5a)................................................................................. 1996-99 8. 57....................Damon Richvalsky (23g 11a)...................................................................... 1995-96 9. 50....................Ricardo D. Granados (18g 14a).................................................................. 2000-03 10. 47....................Clay Smith (18g 11a)............................................................................................1992 Points per game (minimum 50 games) 1. 1.38.................Scott Clayton............................................................ (69 games)................ 1992-95 2. 1.30.................Chad Carithers.......................................................... (79 games)................ 1991-94 3. 1.23.................Jeremy Gold.............................................................. (74 games)................ 2003-06 4. 1.02.................Courtney Murray..................................................... (63 games)................ 1991-94 5. 0.93.................Vladimir Suite........................................................... (68 games)................ 1996-99 6. 0.89.................Jeff Files...................................................................... (75 games)................ 2000-03 7. 0.79.................Javier Vivanco........................................................... (80 games).......... 1991,93-95 8. 0.70.................Sage Martina............................................................. (50 games)................ 2001-03 9. 0.69.................Chris Imfeld............................................................... (65 games)................ 1995-98 10. 0.63.................Ben Hollingsworth.................................................. (73 games)................ 2001-04 Goals 1. 41....................Chad Carithers................................................................................................. 1991-94 2. 35....................Scott Clayton................................................................................................... 1992-95 3. 33....................Jeremy Gold..................................................................................................... 2003-06 4. 29....................Vladimir Suite.................................................................................................. 1996-99 5. 27....................Courtney Murray............................................................................................ 1991-94 6. 25....................Jeff Files............................................................................................................. 2000-03 7. 23....................Damon Richvalsky......................................................................................... 1995-96 8. 20....................Javier Vivanco............................................................................................ 1991,93-95 9. 18....................Ricardo D. Granados...................................................................................... 2000-03 18....................Clay Smith................................................................................................................1992 Goals per game (minimum 50 games) 1. 0.52.................Chad Carithers.......................................................... (79 games)................ 1991-94 2. 0.51.................Scott Clayton............................................................ (69 games)................ 1992-95 3. 0.45.................Jeremy Gold.............................................................. (74 games)................ 2003-06 4. 0.43.................Courtney Murray..................................................... (63 games)................ 1991-94 5. 0.43.................Vladimir Suite........................................................... (68 games)................ 1996-99 6. 0.33.................Jeff Files...................................................................... (75 games)................ 2000-03 7. 0.25.................Javier Vivanco........................................................... (80 games).......... 1991,93-95 8. 0.24.................Sage Martina............................................................. (50 games)................ 2001-03 9. 0.23.................Chris Imfeld............................................................... (65 games)................ 1995-98 10. 0.22.................Ricardo D. Granados............................................... (80 games)................ 2000-03 Game-winning goals 1. 12....................Scott Clayton................................................................................................... 1992-95 12....................Jeff Files............................................................................................................. 2000-03 3. 11....................Chad Carithers................................................................................................. 1991-94 4. 10....................Kareem Yearwood.......................................................................................... 2006-08 5. 9.......................Damon Richvalsky......................................................................................... 1995-96 6. 8.......................Jeremy Gold..................................................................................................... 2003-06 7. 7.......................Vladimir Suite.................................................................................................. 1996-99 7.......................Clay Smith................................................................................................................1992 9. 6.......................Courtney Murray............................................................................................ 1991-94 6.......................Ben Hollingsworth......................................................................................... 2001-04 Assists 1. 25....................Jeremy Gold..................................................................................................... 2003-06 25....................Scott Clayton................................................................................................... 1992-95 3. 23....................Javier Vivanco............................................................................................ 1991,93-95 4. 21....................Chad Carithers................................................................................................. 1991-94 5. 18....................Aaron Olitsky................................................................................................... 1993-96 6. 17....................Josh Farrar......................................................................................................... 1992-95 17....................Jeff Files............................................................................................................. 2000-03 17....................Shane Weems.................................................................................................. 1991-93 9. 16....................Kevin O’Brien................................................................................................... 1992-95 16....................Jeff Terry............................................................................................................ 1991-94 Assists per game (minimum 50 games) 1. 0.36.................Scott Clayton............................................................ (69 games)................ 1992-95 2. 0.34.................Jeremy Gold.............................................................. (74 games)................ 2003-06 3. 0.31.................Shane Weems........................................................... (54 games)................ 1991-93 4. 0.29.................Javier Vivanco........................................................... (80 games).......... 1991,93-95 5. 0.27.................Chad Carithers.......................................................... (79 games)................ 1991-94 6. 0.24.................Josh Farrar.................................................................. (70 games)................ 1992-95 7. 0.23.................Chris Imfeld............................................................... (65 games)................ 1995-98 8. 0.23.................Jeff Files...................................................................... (75 games)................ 2000-03 9. 0.22.................Aaron Olitsky............................................................ (81 games)................ 1993-96 10. 0.22.................Sage Martina............................................................. (50 games)................ 2001-03 Shots attempted 1. 204..................Chad Carithers (41 goals)............................................................................ 1991-94 2. 193..................Jeff Files (25 goals)......................................................................................... 2000-03 3. 190..................Jeremy Gold (33 goals)................................................................................. 2003-06 4. 180..................Scott Clayton (35 goals)............................................................................... 1992-95 5. 156..................Courtney Murray (27 goals)........................................................................ 1991-94 6. 147..................Vladimir Suite (29 goals).............................................................................. 1996-99 7. 146..................Ricardo D. Granados (18 goals)................................................................. 2000-03 8. 138..................Tony Myers (14 goals)................................................................................... 2001-04 9. 123..................Javier Vivanco (20 goals)........................................................................ 1991,93-95 10. 120..................Scott Milroth (14 goals)................................................................................ 2003-06 Shots per game (minimum 50 games) 1. 2.61.................Scott Clayton............................................................ (69 games)................ 1992-95 2. 2.58.................Chad Carithers.......................................................... (79 games)................ 1991-94 3. 2.57.................Jeff Files...................................................................... (75 games)................ 2000-03 4. 2.57.................Jeremy Gold.............................................................. (74 games)................ 2003-06 5. 2.48.................Courtney Murray..................................................... (63 games)................ 1991-94 6. 2.16.................Vladimir Suite........................................................... (68 games)................ 1996-99 7. 2.03.................Tony Myers................................................................. (68 games)................ 2001-04 8. 1.83.................Ricardo D. Granados............................................... (80 games)................ 2000-03 9. 1.57.................Darren Toby............................................................... (63 games)................ 2004-06 10. 1.56.................Scott Milroth............................................................. (77 games)................ 2003-06

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Shots on goal 1. 113..................Jeremy Gold (33 goals)................................................................................. 2003-06 2. 84....................Jeff Files (25 goals)......................................................................................... 2000-03 3. 68....................Ricardo D. Granados (18 goals)................................................................. 2000-03 4. 55....................Tony Myers (14 goals)................................................................................... 2001-04 55....................Troy Lesesne (10 goals)................................................................................ 2001-04 6. 53....................Scott Milroth (14 goals)................................................................................ 2003-06 7. 51....................Darren Toby (14 goals)................................................................................. 2004-06 8. 49....................Ben Hollingsworth (16 goals).................................................................... 2001-04 9. 42....................Kareem Yearwood (15 goals)..................................................................... 2006-07 42....................Sage Martina (12 goals)............................................................................... 2001-03 SOG per game (minimum 50 games) 1. 1.53.................Jeremy Gold.............................................................. (74 games)................ 2003-06 2. 1.12.................Jeff Files...................................................................... (75 games)................ 2000-03 3. 0.85.................Ricardo D. Granados............................................... (80 games)................ 2000-03 4. 0.84.................Sage Martina............................................................. (50 games)................ 2001-03 5. 0.81.................Darren Toby............................................................... (63 games)................ 2004-06 6. 0.81.................Tony Myers................................................................. (68 games)................ 2001-04 7. 0.71.................Troy Lesesne.............................................................. (78 games)................ 2001-04 8. 0.70.................Grant Guthrie............................................................ (56 games)................ 2005-07 9. 0.69.................Scott Milroth............................................................. (77 games)................ 2003-06 10. 0.67.................Ben Hollingsworth.................................................. (73 games)................ 2001-04 Penalty kicks made 1. 3.......................Sage Martina.................................................................................................... 2001-03 2. 2.......................Casey Gold........................................................................................................ 2005-07 2.......................Vladimir Suite.................................................................................................. 1996-99 2.......................Jason Dowiak................................................................................................... 1999-02 5. 1.......................Jeff Files............................................................................................................. 2000-03 1.......................Jason Duncan.................................................................................................. 1997-00 1.......................Matt Morris....................................................................................................... 2004-07 1.......................Miles Alden-Dunn.......................................................................................... 2005-07 1.......................Jeremy Gold..................................................................................................... 2003-06 Penalty kick attempts 1. 4.......................Sage Martina.................................................................................................... 2001-03 2. 3.......................Jeff Files............................................................................................................. 2000-03 3.......................Vladimir Suite.................................................................................................. 1996-99 3.......................Casey Gold........................................................................................................ 2005-07 5. 2.......................Jeremy Gold..................................................................................................... 2003-06 2.......................Jason Dowiak................................................................................................... 1999-02 7. 1.......................Jason Duncan.................................................................................................. 1997-00 1.......................Andrew Kelly.................................................................................................... 1996-99 1.......................Matt Morris....................................................................................................... 2004-08 1.......................Zach Prince....................................................................................................... 2006-08 GOALKEEPING (CAREER) Saves 1. 269..................Keith Wiggans (63 GA, 269 saves)............................................................ 2001-04 2. 250..................Brian Cherry (83 GA, 250 saves)................................................................ 1994-96 3. 243..................Wes Martino (83 GA, 243 saves)................................................................ 1999-01 4. 205..................Corbin Waller (63 GA, 205 saves).............................................................. 2003-07 5. 132..................Scott Rogers (54 GA, 132 saves).......................................................... 1992-94,96 6. 119..................Jay Mason (50 GA, 119 saves).................................................................... 1998-99 7. 105..................Kevin Asmann (64 GA, 105 saves)............................................................ 1996-99 8. 82....................Greg Weiss (28 GA, 82 saves)...................................................................... 1991-93 9. 78....................Doug Campbell (20 GA, 78 saves)...................................................................1991 10. 61....................Hunter Gilstrap (17 GA, 61 saves)....................................................................2005 Saves per game (minimum 50 games) 1. 4.86.................Wes Martino.............................................................. (50 games)................ 1999-01 2. 4.46.................Brian Cherry.............................................................. (56 games)................ 1994-96 3. 4.20.................Keith Wiggans.......................................................... (64 games)................ 2001-04 4. 4.02.................Corbin Waller............................................................ (51 games)................ 2003-07 Save percent (minimum 3600 minutes) 1. .810.................Keith Wiggans (63 GA, 269 saves)............................................................ 2001-04 2. .765.................Corbin Waller (63 GA, 205 saves).............................................................. 2003-07 3. .751.................Brian Cherry (83 GA, 250 saves)................................................................ 1994-96 4. .745.................Wes Martino (83 GA, 243 saves)................................................................ 1999-01 Goals against avg (minimum 3600 minutes) 1. 0.99.................Keith Wiggans (63 GA, 5756 min)............................................................. 2001-04 2. 1.23.................Brendan Smith (16 GA, 1167 min)...................................................................2008 3. 1.36.................Corbin Waller (63 GA, 4165 min)............................................................... 2003-07 4. 1.52.................Brian Cherry (83 GA, 4928 min)................................................................. 1994-96 Most wins 1. 40....................Keith Wiggans (40-16-6).............................................................................. 2001-04 2. 25....................Corbin Waller (25-16-2)................................................................................ 2003-07 3. 16....................Wes Martino (16-24-4).................................................................................. 1999-01 4. 15....................Jay Mason (15-15-0)...................................................................................... 1998-99 5. 6.......................Clark Hankins (6-5-0)............................................................................................2008 6.......................Hunter Gilstrap (6-6-1)........................................................................................2005 6. 4.......................Brendan Smith (4-4-0).........................................................................................2008 PARTICIPATION (CAREER) Games played 1. 85....................Kevin O’Brien................................................................................................... 1992-95 2. 81....................Aaron Olitsky................................................................................................... 1993-96 3. 80....................Javier Vivanco............................................................................................ 1991,93-95 80....................Ricardo D. Granados...................................................................................... 2000-03 5. 79....................Chad Carithers................................................................................................. 1991-94 6. 78....................Troy Lesesne..................................................................................................... 2001-04 78....................Andrew Kelly.................................................................................................... 1996-99 78....................Drew Cavanagh.............................................................................................. 2001-04 9. 77....................Scott Milroth.................................................................................................... 2003-06 10. 75....................Jeff Files............................................................................................................. 2000-03 Minutes played 1. 5490...............Drew Cavanagh.............................................................................................. 2001-04 2. 5186...............Scott Milroth.................................................................................................... 2003-06 3. 4947...............Keith Wiggans................................................................................................. 2001-04 4947...............Keion Yearwood.............................................................................................. 2002-05 5. 4916...............Darren Toby...................................................................................................... 2004-06 6. 4753...............Wes Knight........................................................................................................ 2004-07 7. 4111...............Jeremy Gold..................................................................................................... 2003-06 8. 3990...............Troy Lesesne..................................................................................................... 2001-04 9. 3880...............Ben Hollingsworth......................................................................................... 2001-04 10. 3853...............Corbin Waller................................................................................................... 2003-07

*Records reflect only years of participation in Division I (1991-pres.)

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