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Name Pos. Pavle Majerle GK Aleksandar Drobac GK Nick Kane D James Milli D Michael Dichlian D Sergio Manesio MF Alec Nagucki MF Hesham Hammouda MF/F Victor Zamora MF Alvaro Pichardo F Gianluca DiFranco MF Jordan Ianiro D Kevin Blackwood D/MF Silvester Messiah F Jake Lagania D Cheo Armstrong MF Luis Rute M Luke Morais F/MF Colin Eedy MF/D Brent Nanchoff MF Kareem Banton MF Dan Koniarczyk MF/ F Guilherme Vasconcelos MF Adrian Medina D Mustafa Raychouni D Matheus Cabral D Alix Cassagnol D/MF Antonio Burgoa MF/F Kurt Raney M Lincoln Henry MF Nick Ciraldo GK

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Head Coach: Ali Kazemaini Assistant Coach: Kirk Harwat Assistant Coach/Goalkeepers: Amir Kettani Director of Soccer Operations: Visnu Maharaj Volunteer Assistant: Mo Fard

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2015 ROSTER

Hometown/High School Parma, Ohio / Normandy Ruma, Serbia / SPSU Mayfield, Ohio / Mayfield North Royalton, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit Copley, Ohio / Copley London, England / Sandwell Academy Medina, Ohio / St. Ignatius Cairo, Egypt / Maadi Narmer School Rockford, Ill. / Boylon Catholic Managua, Nicaragua / Starkville (Ms.) Chesterland, Ohio / NDCL Kirtland, Ohio / Kirtland Kingston, Jamaica / Jamaica College Columbia Station, Ohio / Midview North Royalton, Ohio / North Royalton Nashville, Tenn. / King College Madrid, Spain / Colegio Kolbe Westerville, Ohio / Westerville South Mentor, Ohio / Mentor North Royalton, Ohio / North Royalton Kingston, Jamaica / Excelsior North Ridgeville, Ohio / Clonlara Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Colegio MV1 Medina, Ohio / St. Ignatius Beirut, Lebanon / Dearborn (Mi.) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Colegio Bahiense Rockville, Md. / Our Lady of Good Counsel Strongsville, Ohio / Strongsville Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Kingston, Jamaica / Kingston College Peninsula, Ohio / Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy


C l e v e l a n dMEN’S S SOCCER tat e

CON T E N T GUI D E

Roster.....................IFC Quick Facts. ...............1 Season Preview. .......... 2 Krenzler Field............... 3 Head Coach..................... 4 Assistant Coaches.......... 5 Players.............................7-15 2014 Stats & Results.......... 16 2014 Horizon League. ........... 17 Letterwinners.......................18-19 All-League Honors..................20 National & Regional Honors......... 21 Individual Season Records. ..... 22 Career Records........................... 23 Yearly Leaders............................ 24 All-Time Record vs. Opponents. 25 Year by Year Results..........26-IBC 2015 Schedule.............Back Cover

QUICK FACT S Program History

First Year.................................1954

All-Time Record...444-439-85 (61 seasons)

Affiliation............ NCAA Division I Conference..............Horizon League Nickname................................. Vikings School Colors................ Green & White

Coaching Staff

Head Coach....................... Ali Kazemaini Alma Mater.............Cleveland State, 1983 Record at CSU.................68-87-19 (9 years) Assistant Coaches.................... Amir Kettani ....................................................... Kirk Harwat Men’s Soccer Office Phone.......(216) 687-4810

Cleveland State

Location........................................Cleveland, Ohio Founded.................................Cleveland State 1964 Fenn College 1929 Enrollment............................................................17,323 President...................................Dr. Ronald M. Berkman Athletics Director..............................................John Parry Sport Administrator................. Virnette House-Browning

Credits The 2015 Cleveland State Men’s Soccer Media Guide was written and updated by Kevin Vargo, SID Assistant and designed by Renee Adam, Assistant SID. Edited by Greg Murphy, Sports Information Director. Photography done by Brian Hart, Jiann Wang Cleveland State University is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran status, and to equal access in education and employment. Cleveland State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and especially encourages applications from minorities and women, persons with handicaps or disabilities, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans.


2015 SEASON PREVIEW Under head coach Ali Kazemaini, Cleveland State finished the 2014 season with a 6-12-1 overall record and a 4-4 mark in the Horizon League, finishing the season with a loss in the league semifinals to eventual champion Oakland. Despite an early rough patch out west last season that saw the Vikings drop five straight games, they battled back and competed well in league play, coming within a matter of minutes from advancing to the Horizon League Championship. The 2015 team will welcome in 12 newcomers, nine of which are true freshman. Along with those 12, the Vikings will bring back 16 players that had at least one start a year ago, providing a solid mix of veteran leadership and youth off the bench to give the Vikings a promising push toward a Horizon League Championship. Here is a positional group breakdown of the 2015 Vikings.

staff a plethora of options in 2015. Both Horizon-League allnewcomer team members from a year ago will return to the middle this season, sophomores Kevin Blackwood and Alec Nagucki. Blackwood, along with Manesio, was tabbed as a “Player to Watch” and Nagucki’s versatility to play the back as well as the middle will allow him to play in a number of different lineups and formations. Senior Victor Zamora, the only member on the roster that was a part of CSU’s 2012 Horizon League Championship, will bring a wealth of leadership both on and off the field. Junior Dan Koniarczyk will also provide leadership as well as experience on the field, starting six times a year ago with two goals. Sophomore Hesham Hammouda and senior Cheo Armstrong will provide further depth in the midfield mix while talented freshmen Guilherme Vasconcelos and Luke Morais will vie for playing time as well.

FORWARD The new season will return experience along with a touch of youth to provide a serious spark on the offensive side. After a 2014 campaign that earned him second-team All-Horizon League, junior Sergio Manesio will look to further his game in 2015 to make him a perennial threat at forward. Manesio led the team in goals (5), points (11), shots (26) and shots-on-goal (12) last season and was selected as a preseason “Player to Watch” by the Horizon League for 2015. Senior Alvaro Pichardo, who scored twice a year ago, will add depth at forward with his versatility and athleticism while freshman Gianluca DiFranco, a northeast Ohio native, will also compete for a starting spot up front. Silvester Messiah should return to the pitch for the Vikings this season up front after suffering from a seasonending knee injury in the 2014 season-opener.

DEFENSE A young group last season, the defense will benefit greatly from a year of trial and error. Holding opponents to three shutouts last season, sophomore Jake Lagania, who was one of two players to appear in every game last season, will return to lead the Viking defense. Seniors Nick Kane and Mustafa Raychouni, junior James Milli and sophomore Michael Dichlian all also return to the back with 46 starts between the foursome last season. Sophomore Kareem Banton, who played up front last season, has shown the speed and quickness to stay with opposing forwards and will look to help the CSU defense.

MIDFIELD Much like the forward position, the midfield will be covered with experience as well as youthful talent, giving the coaching

GOALKEEPER The Vikings enter 2015 with a much more experienced group of goalkeepers than it did in 2014. Junior Nick Ciraldo will look to pick up where he left off in 2014, earning a spot on the Horizon League All-Tournament team. Ciraldo made 69 saves in his 1583 minutes in goal last season, starting 17 times. Junior Aleksandar Drobac returns with more experience as well, tallying five saves in three games last season as well as a start (played all 90 minutes) vs. Cincinnati.


Krenzler Field CSU’ s H ome S occer F ield F or M ore T han T wo D ecades Krenzler Field, the home of Viking soccer for more than two decades, reopened in 2005 after undergoing a $2.9 million renovation that transformed it from a soccer field to a yearround multi-use sports complex. The renovations consisted of two major improvements, each of which has dramatically improved the athletic physical plant for all CSU sports. The natural grass playing surface was removed in favor of a state-of-the-art FieldTurf artificial field. The second change became visible last December when a removable airsupported dome was placed over the field, creating an indoor practice facility for all sports for the winter months. The addition of FieldTurf was made necessary when women’s soccer was added at CSU, increasing the usage of the field to the point where it would be impossible to maintain the natural grass surface. FieldTurf, a revolutionary playing surface that combines the properties of natural grass with the durability of artificial turf, has been installed on almost 1,000 playing surfaces in 20 countries around the world. It is currently in use in over half of the National Football League stadiums and by almost 50 NCAA Division I institutions. It has been approved for play by FIFA, the world governing body for soccer, with some of the top professional teams around the world currently practicing and playing on it. The removable dome, a product of Yeadon Domes, covers the entire length and width of Krenzler Field, approximately 94,000 square feet, with a 60-foot ceiling. It is made of a heavy duty vinyl coated flame resistant polyester architectural fabric. The Krenzler Dome is a welcome addition, especially since the Intramural Sports Center, the only other indoor practice facility on campus, was demolished in the winter of 2005 to make way for the recently opened Student Recreation Center. The dome benefits more than just soccer.

The softball team hold preseason practices in the facility each winter with the space being large enough to set up a regulation softball field. The size of the field also makes it possible to set up an indoor driving range for the golf teams along with batting cages and pitchers mounds for softball. The renovation of Krenzler is the first step in the construction of CSU’s Varsity Village, a concentration of university athletic facilities interwoven with new residential living spaces between E. 19th and E. 24th streets along the northern edge of campus. Future plans call for the addition of an on-campus baseball field, the relocation of Viking Field, the home of CSU softball, and the reconfiguring of the Malaga Tennis Center. Built at an original cost of $1.9 million, Krenzler Field became the first university outdoor athletic venue when it was dedicated on October 17, 1985. Designed and built specifically for varsity soccer, the field is nestled at the northwest corner of the campus against a background of downtown skyscrapers. The complex includes permanent seating for 1,680 and an electric scoreboard and clock, plus a field building housing two 36-person team locker rooms, a referee locker room, a training room, a storage room and

public restroom facilities. The lighting system provides 50 footcandles of illumination. The facility is named in honor of Judge Alvin I. Krenzler, a long-time supporter of the university. Krenzler served on the CSU Board of Trustees from July 1967 until August 1970, leaving the board when he became judge of the Eighth District Court of Appeals. He retired as judge of the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio in 1992. It was Krenzler’s generous contribution - which at the time was the largest single gift ever made to CSU athletics - that made completion of the facility possible. Judge Krenzler, along with numerous soccer alumni, were in attendance when the field was rededicated before the doubleheader on October 2, 2005. On that day, the Viking women hosted Green Bay while the CSU men followed against Butler.


Ali Kazemaini H e a d C o a ch // T e n t h S e a s o n When Ali Kazemaini took over the Cleveland State soccer program in 2006, he inhertied a team with low expectations following a winless 2005 season. In a short period, Kazemaini has been able to turn the program around, winning at least eight games five times since taking over at CSU. Kazemaini’s best season with the Vikings came in 2012 when the team won 11 games and was able to bring home the Horizon League Tournament title, helping Cleveland State qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1980. In his 23 years as a head coach Ali Kazemaini has compiled a record of 244-163-32, including 68 victories at Cleveland State in total, and a 35-19-7 record at Krenzler Field over the past seven seasons. The 2014 season saw the Vikings finish 6-12-1 overall. Kazemaini was able to take a very inexperienced group as far as they could go. After a rough patch toward the beginning of the season, the Vikings were able to compete in league play and finished with a 4-4 record in the Horizon League, good for a fourth-place seed in the tournament. In the tournament, the Vikings were able to claim two all-tournament team members after coming within seconds of reaching the championship game. They fell in double-overtime to eventual champion Oakland, 2-1. Taking over the winless CSU program beginning with the 2006 season, Kazemaini returned immediate results. Coach Kazemaini led the Vikings to the largest turnaround among all NCAA Division I programs, ending the season with a 6-10-2 record. During the 2007 season, the Vikings finished with a record of 3-7-2 in matches decided by one goal or less, indicating they were better than their 3-12-3 overall record. In 2008, the Vikings turned the corner, finishing with a league mark of 8-3-1 and The Kazemaini Coaching File flexed their muscle at home, going 7-3-1 at Krenzler Field. The strong season finished with an appearance in the Horizon League Championship match, the first since 2002. At John Carroll (1992-2005) Kazemaini came back to Cleveland State after 14 successful seasons as head coach Year W L T at John Carroll University. Kazemaini took over at JCU in 1992 and the Blue Streaks immediately benefited, 1992 15 2 1 going 15-2-1 and winning the Ohio Athletic Conference Championship in his first 1993 17 3 0 season. The accomplishments quickly piled up. He won seven OAC regular season 1994 11 7 2 titles during his 14 years, earning a league tournament berth 12 times and claiming 1995 12 4 2 four tournament championships. 1996 10 9 1 He guided his teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005, 1997 12 6 1 highlighted by a trip to the round of 16 in 2003. 1998 8 9 0 For his efforts, Kazemaini was named OAC Coach of the Year three times (2000, 2001, & 2005) and the NSCAA/Adidas Regional Coach of the Year twice (2000 & 1999 9 7 1 2001). 2000 12 3 2 During his tenure at John Carroll, Kazemaini coached players who won all-league 2001 15 3 0 honors 42 times, all-region accolades 21 times and 31 All-Ohio choices. 2002 13 5 2 In the classroom, eight of his players 2003 17 5 0 were named to the CoSIDA Academic All2004 12 6 0 District team, with two earning Academic 2005 13 7 1 All-America honors. A native of Tehran, Iran, Kazemaini Total 176 76 13 originally came to Cleveland State in 1980 At Cleveland State (2006-pr.) and played on teams that compiled a 42-21Year W L T 12 record, making one NCAA tournament 2006 6 10 2 appearance. 2007 3 12 3 Kazemaini, one of two players in Viking history to lead the team in scoring four 2008 9 8 3 straight years, currently ranks fifth in CSU 2009 7 8 5 history in goals (41), sixth in total points 2010 9 10 1 (102) and ninth in assists (20). 2011 9 9 1 Kazemaini began his CSU playing career 2012 11 6 3 in fine fashion, leading the team in goals (6), 2013 8 12 0 assists (4) and points (16) in 1980. 2014 6 12 1 He came back the following year to double his scoring totals, tallying team 2015 0 0 0 highs in all three categories with 12 goals, Total 68 87 19 eight assists and 32 points to earn second Career 244 163 32 team All-America and first team All-Ohio accolades, helping CSU to a 14-5-2 record.


K i r k H a rwat A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // F o u rt h S e a s o n Kirk Harwat, a Cleveland native, is beginning his fourth season as an assistant coach at Cleveland State during the 2015 season. Harwat was a big help to the Cleveland State program in 2012, as the Vikings went 11-6-3 on the year, while also taking home the Horizon League tournament title. With the league crown, the Vikings qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1980. Prior to arriving at CSU, Harwat spent two years as an assistant coach at Richmond. Before working for the Spiders he served as the assistant coach for the U-16 and U-18 teams at the Internationals Developmental Academy. There he guided the U-16 team to a division title and subsequent berth in the National Championship. He was an assistant coach at Louisville in 2008 before working at Brad Friedel’s Premier Soccer Academy in 2009. He also served as an assistant coach at St. Ignatius High School, helping the Wildcats to a 23-1 mark and state runner-up finish. A 2005 graduate of Akron with a degree in business marketing, Harwat was a two-year standout for the Zips after transferring from Ashland. In 2002, Harwat was named the MAC Newcomer of the Year, as well as first team All-MAC and all-region after leading the team with nine goals and 22 points. A year later, Harwat earned first team all-league and all-region honors after tallying 23 points on nine goals and five assists, helping the Zips to the third round of the NCAA Championship. Harwat began his collegiate career at Ashland, finishing fourth in the nation with 19 goals as a freshman to earn Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year honors as well as first team all-league and all-region accolades. He was a repeat selection to the all-league and all-region teams as a sophomore. Following his collegiate career, Harwat was selected as one of 50 players invited to the MLS player combine and played for the 2003 Chicago Fire PDL squad that reached the league final. He also spent three years playing professionally for Borussia Monchengladbach in Germany.

A m i r K e t ta n i A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // G o a l k e e p e r s // T hir d S e a s o n Amir Kettani returns to CSU where he was a part of the coaching staff in 2008 and a studentathlete from 2002-04. Kettani has previously worked with Alan Kelly who is currently the goalie coach for the FAI Federation National team, and has also worked with Dan Gasper who is presently the goalkeeper coach for the Iranian National team. He has also been an integral part of the Cleveland International Development Academy coaching staff, working as a goalkeeper coach with the U-14, U-16, and U-18 teams. During his coaching tenure, Kettani worked with Charlie Horton, who recently signed with Peterborough United and was a member of England’s League One. Kettani attended Ashland University playing in the 2001 season at goalkeeoer his freshman year and then transferred to Cleveland State where he played from 2002-04. In 2004, he earned First-Team Horizon League honors as a goalkeeper and was a co-captain and team MVP during his final season.

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Visnu Maharaj is in his second season at Cleveland State and his first as director of soccer operations. He is a former player for the men’s soccer program, earning letters in 2012 and 2013 after a redshirt season in 2011. In his two seasons with the Vikings, Maharaj was a key component of the CSU defense, appearing in 17 matches and making 13 starts. He helped the Vikings claim the 2012 Horizon League Championship and earn a berth in the NCAA tournament.


15 C h e o A r m s t r o n g S e n i o r // MF // N a s h v i l l e , T e n n . // K i n g C o l l e g e 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Appeared in 14 games, starting five times… tallied shots in back-to-back games at Sacramento State (9/14) and at Cincinnati (9/24). 2013- SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in 12 contests, starting in four... attempted six shots from his midfield position. PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Attended King College for one year in Bristol, Tennesee... scored two game winning goals... ranked second on the team with four total goals and nine points. PERSONAL Born on December 20, 1993... son of Desmond and Qena Armstrong... plans on majoring in graphic design.

2 N i ck K a n e S e n i o r // D // M ay fi e l d , O hi o // M ay fi e l d 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Played in 14 games, starting 11… had three shots, one on goal… helped the CSU defense to three shutouts. PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Attended Valparaiso, spending freshman season (2012) on reserve squad. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Mayfield... earned second team All-State honors after both his junior and senior seasons... garnered first team All-Conference twice, as well as twice earning first team Plain Dealer and News Herald accolades... helped squad reach regional finals for first time in 22 years during his senior season... captured district title in each of his four seasons... member of National Honors Society and three-time letterwinner in both football and baseball. PERSONAL Born July 14, 1994.…son of Brian and Cristen Kane... has one brother... engineering major.


9 A lva r o P i c h a r d o S e n i o r // F // M a n a g u a , N ic a r a g u a // S ta r k v i l l e 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Made 15 total appearances, starting five times… tied for fourth on the team with five total points… scored two goals, both in games resulting in CSU wins vs. Salem int’l (8/29) and Milwaukee (9/27)… had lone assist against California (9/12). PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Attended University of Mobile... scored one goal and added two assists in 2013... completed a sensational freshman campaign, tying for second on team in goals with 12... started 16 of the 17 games he appeared in as a freshman... team won NAIA National Championship during his freshman season. HIGH SCHOOL Played under Brian Bennett at Starkville HS... two-time offensive player of the year... was named 2011 Commercial Dispatch All-Area Player of the Year... garnered Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal All-Area... member of 2011 ODP Region III Team. PERSONAL Born Sept. 9, 1993, in Managua, Nicaragua... son of Argen Loaisiga and Sergio Pichardo … has one brother and one sister... economics major.

24 M u s ta fa R ay c h o u n i S e n i o r // D // B e ir u t , L e b a n o n // D e a r b o r n (M i .) 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Started in 17 of the 18 games he played in as a key component to CSU’s defense… totaled three shots, one on goal. PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Played for the U-23 Lebanon National Team... also competed the Vardar Club Soccer U-16 and U-18 playoffs. HIGH SCHOOL Named to all-region team sophomore year... all-state selection junior year... scored eight goals in three games his senior season before moving to Spain. PERSONAL Born Jan. 6, 1993 in Lebanon before moving to Detroit, Mi... Son of Jamal and Zahra Raychouni... has one brother and one sister... liberal studies major.


8 Victor Zamora S e n i o r // MF // R o c k f o r d , I l l . // B o y l o n C at h o l ic 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Played in nine games, all as a reserve for the Vikings… made two conference appearances in back-to-back games against Oakland (10/11) and at Wright State (10/15). 2013- SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in 10 games for the Vikings... recorded two starts... tallied one shot on the season. 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 16 games, making six starts as a true freshman in 2012…Took eight shots last season, with one of those shots on goal. HIGH SCHOOL Won a conference championship four straight years in high school…team went 105-3 in high school career…finished third in state as a freshman and won state tite as a junior…named to all-conference and all-sectional teams four times…named all-state four times (third team (freshman) and first team other three years)…named ESPN Rise top soccer player in Illinois as a junior…named an All-American as a senior. PERSONAL Born June 16, 1994 in Rockford, Ill.…son of Jose and Vicky Zamora…has one brother Luis and one sister Daniela…marketing major.

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2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Named to the Horizon League All-Tournament Team due in large part of his performance against Valparaiso in the first round… after holding the Crusaders scoreless throughout the game, he made four saves in a shootout including one in the seventh round to clinch the win… started 17 times in the net for CSU with 18 total appearances… he spent over 1583 minutes in goal, making 69 saves throughout the season with a season-high 10 at Wake Forest (9/7)… posted a .683 save percentage

2013- FRESHMAN SEASON Started in 10 games defending the net... led all goalkeepers on the team with 24 saves and earned two shutout wins against Green Bay (Oct. 12) and at Wright State (Oct. 30). HIGH SCHOOL Won State Championship in 2010 as member of CVCA soccer team, following a runner-up finish in 2009... recorded a CVCA game record in shutouts with eight in 2010... made the list on the ESPN Rise top 150 in the nation for 2013... spent only two years at CVCA before attending Columbus Crew Academy. PERSONAL Born on March 19, 1995... son of Lou and Nancy Ciraldo... plans on majoring in history.


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2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in three games, tallying five saves… started and played all 90 minutes vs. Cincinnati (9/24), making one save… had a season-high three saves in 63 minutes at Detroit (10/25).

PRIOR TO CSU Spent two seasons at Mt. Olive College... started all 17 matches he appeared in during 2013 season... made 85 saves and posted a .659 save percentage. PERSONAL Born June 28, 1992, in Vrbas, Serbia... son on Radoslav and Snezana Drobac... organizational leadership major.

21 D a n K o n i a r c z y k J u n i o r // MF // N o rt h R i d g e v i l l e , O hi o // C l o n l a r a 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Started six times, playing in 16 total games for the Vikings… scored two goals, one in the seasonopening win vs. Salem Int’l (8/29)… other goal came in a 3-1 Horizon League win at Milwaukee (9/27). 2013- FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 14 games to begin his collegiate soccer career... scored his first goal as a Viking in a 5-2 win over Detroit (Oct. 23). HIGH SCHOOL Helped his team win states three straight years in a row along with earning a trip to nationals... as a senior he played for the International Soccer Academy... in his four years he tallied 45 goals and 60 assists. PERSONAL Born on August 29, 1994... son of John and Debbie Koniarczyk... major is undecided.


5 Sergio Manesio J u n i o r // D // L o n d o n , E n g l a n d // S a n d w e l l A c a d e m y 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Earned second team all-league honors, starting all 18 games he played, led the team in goals (5), points (11), shots (26) and shots on goal (12)… was selected to the Horizon League Fall Academic All-League Team… started the season on defense and moved to forward midway through the season to open up the Viking offense… finished with a goal in each of the last three games, with seven shots throughout those games. 2013- FRESHMAN SEASON Started all 19 games for CSU... was second on the team in goals with five... scored first career goal at Krenzler Field in game against Akron (Oct. 9)... notched two goals in first half win over Green Bay (Oct. 12)... tallied the game winning goal at Bowling Green (Oct. 16)... found back of the net against Wright State in league tournament quarterfinal game (Nov. 12)... had two assists and recorded 12 points on 39 shots, with 16 shots coming on goal. HIGH SCHOOL Before attending Sandwell Academy, was formerly a schoolboy at Westbrom and Tottenham Hot Spurs. PERSONAL Born on July 1, 1996... son of Marcell Manesio... undecided on a major.

3 James Milli J u n i o r // D // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O hi o // W a l s h J e s u i t 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Made season debut starting vs. Oakland (10/11) and started seven of the final eight matches for the CSU defense… had three total shots, two vs. Valparaiso (11/10). 2013- FRESHMAN SEASON Played in limited action for CSU. HIGH SCHOOL Played defender under coach Kissner... earned a trip to the state semifinals in 2010... a four-year starter to go along with playing three years in the U.S. Developmental Academy. PERSONAL Born on December 8, 1994... son of Beth and Peter Milli... has three siblings in Jake, John, and Sarah... plans on majoring in finance.


20 K a r e e m B a n t o n S o ph o m o r e // F // K i n g s t o n , J a m a ic a // E x c e l s i o r 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 18 of CSU’s 19 matches, starting six times… his lone goal was the game-winner in a 2-0 win at Marshall (8/31), a game in which he tallied 5 shots. PERSONAL Born Dec. 21, 1994, in Kingston, Jamaica... son of Angelee Brivett and Mark Banton... has two brothers and four sisters... international business major.

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S o ph o m o r e // MF // K i n g s t o n , J a m a ic a // J a m a ic a C o l l e g e 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Earned a spot on the Horizon League All Newcomer Team after a strong first season with the Vikings… played in 16 of CSU’s 19 games, starting 11… started all eight conference games… his three assists on the year were good for second on the team and was the only player on the team with a multiple assist game (two at Wright State, 10/15). PERSONAL Born on Sept. 12, 1994... son of Charmaine Nelson... communications and business administration major.


4 Michael Dichlian S o ph o m o r e // D // C o p l e y , O hi o // C o p l e y 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 14 games as a freshman, starting 10… missed five games mid-season due to injury… had first career shot in a 3-2 win vs. Salem Int’l (8/29)… helped CSU defense to three shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL Named second team All-State by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association following his senior season... selected to All-Ohio, all-district and all-league teams his final two seasons... Plain Dealer Special Mention following his junior campaign. PERSONAL Born June 17, 1995, in Akron, Ohio... son of Patrick and Susan Dichlian... has one sister... undecided on a major.

18 C o l i n E e d y S o ph o m o r e // MF // M e n t o r , O hi o // M e n t o r 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 13 games with four starts… recorded an assist on one of CSU’s two goals in an exhibition win vs. St. Francis (Pa.) (8/23). HIGH SCHOOL Second team All-Ohio as a senior after scoring 10 goals... led team to state runner-up finish as a senior and an 18-1-2 record... two-time all-district selection... served as team captain his final two seasons... named team MVP as a junior and senior... played in Greater Cleveland All Star Game at conclusion of senior year. PERSONAL Born Dec. 8, 1995, in Mentor, Ohio... son of Keith and Linda Eedy... has one brother... business administration major.

7 Hesham Hammouda S o ph o m o r e // F // C a ir o , E g y p t // M a a d i N a r m e r S ch o o l 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 12 matches, starting five… scored his lone goal in a 2-0 win at Marshall (8/31), assisting on the other goal in the game… had seven total shots with four on goal… one of five players with multiple assists, finishing third on the team with two. PRE-CLEVELAND STATE Played for the U19 Arab Contractors Club in Egypt from 2009-14. PERSONAL Born Aug. 27, 1995, in Cairo, Egypt... son of Mostafa and Seham Hammouda... has two brothers... accounting major.


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S o ph o m o r e // D // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O hi o // N o rt h R o ya lt o n 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON One of two players to appear in all 19 games, starting 17… tied for second on the team in shots (15) and tallied four total points… scored lone goal in a 3-1 win at Wright State (10/15)… also helped the CSU defense post three shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL Decided to forego his senior season of eligibility at North Royalton High to play with Internationals Soccer Academy... earned honorable mention all-district honors as a sophomore, leading team to district semifinals... led team in scoring with eight goals and seven assists... garnered AllNortheast Ohio Conference honors after leading team to River Division title. PERSONAL Son of Edward and JoAnne Lagania... has two brothers and two sisters... business major.

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S o ph o m o r e // MF // M e d i n a , O hi o // S t . I g n at i u s 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Earned a spot on the Horizon League All Newcomer Team… was second on the team in goals (3) and shots on goal (9), tied for second in shots (15) and third in points (7)… was one of only two players to appear in all 19 games… led the team with two game-winning goals vs. Milwaukee (9/27) and Wright State (10/15)… scored career-high two goals vs. Wright State. HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at St. Ignatius... did not play his senior season, opting to play for the Internationals Development Academy... led his Academy team in assists and was one of squad’s top scorers... played on two state championship teams at St. Ignatius... team were national champions his freshman year. PERSONAL Born Feb. 10, 1996, in Toledo, Ohio... son of Bob and Tammi Nagucki... has one brother and two sisters... mechanical engineering major.

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S o ph o m o r e // M // M a d ri d , S pa i n // C o l e g i o K o l b e

PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Earned all-state honors in Oklahoma as an exchange student his senior year of prep... attended St. Louis University in Madrid for his first semester. PERSONAL Born Sept. 19, 1995... son of Cristina Gamundi and Eduardo Rute... has an older brother, Carlos... international business major


00 P av l e M a j e r l e F r e s h m a n // GK // P a r m a , O hi o // N o r m a n d y 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Redshirted the 2014 season to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL Won two conference championships at nearby Normandy High School... was team captain and earned all-conference honors during his senior season... also selected to the Greater Cleveland All-Star Team. PERSONAL Born Jan. 26, 1996.... son of Jovan and Angela Majerle... has one brother, Gojko, and one sister, Ljubica... finance major.

13 S i lv e s t e r M e ss i a h F r e s h m a n // F // C o l u m b i a S tat i o n , O hi o // M i d v i e w 2014 - REDSHIRT SEASON Was injured in the first game of the season vs. Salem Int’l (8/29) and used a redshirt to maintain a season of eligibility‌ had an assist and three shots in that game. HIGH SCHOOL Earned second team all-state honors as a senior... was also a first team all-area pick... named to all-conference first team as a junior and senior and was league MVP as a senior... Greater Cleveland Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Offensive Player of the Year in 2012 and a first team pick in 2013... two-time all-county selection. PERSONAL Born June 18, 1996, in Pittsburgh, Pa... son of Wilfred and Carol Messiah... has two older brothers... sports management and criminal justice major.

10 G i a n l u c a D i F r a n c o F r e s h m a n // MF // C h e s t e r l a n d , O hi o // NDCL HIGH SCHOOL Played varsity for four years at Notre Dame Cathedral Latin, earning all-conference honors all four years... played club soccer for the Cleveland Soccer Academy. PERSONAL Born Aug. 15, 1997... son of Flavio and Mary Lou DiFranco... has two brothers, Marco and Amico, and one sister, Veronica... finance major.


11 J o r d a n I a n i r o F r e s h m a n // D // K irt l a n d , O hi o // K irt l a n d HIGH SCHOOL Earned All-American honors his senior season at Kirtland High School... first team all-state for junior and senior seasons... was the first men’s soccer player from his high school to earn a Division I scholarship. PERSONAL Born April 30, 1997... son of Giovanni and Justine Ianiro... has one brother, Jared... education major.

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F r e s h m a n // F/MF //W e s t e rv i l l e , O hi o // W e s t e rv i l l e S o u t h HIGH SCHOOL All-state selection his senior season... all-conference selection three years and all-district honors for two years... finished career as the second leading scorer in Westerville South history... also was a captain of his club team, the Classic Eagles FC... won a club championship in 2012 and was also the leading scorer. PERSONAL Born Aug. 12, 1996... son of Roy and Melinda Morais... sports management major.

19 B r e n t N a n c h o ff F r e s h m a n // MF //N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O hi o // N o rt h R o ya lt o n 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Attended the University of Akron and maintained a season of eligibility by redshirting the 2014 season. Played club soccer for the International Soccer Club of the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy in Cleveland. PERSONAL Born May 29, 1996... parents are Louie and Caryl Nanchoff...has one brother, Christopher... sports


22 G u i l h e r m e V a sc o n c e l o s F r e s h m a n //MF // R i o

de

J a n e ir o , B r a z i l // C o l e g i o MV1

HIGH SCHOOL Played in the Rio de Janeiro league, finishing fifth... finished second in the Disney Showcase... was a member of three club teams; Vasco de Gama, Boavista S.C. and the 25V Academy. PERSONAL Born on June 11, 1997 in Brazil... son of Giovanni and Suane Land... has one brother, Vinicius... marketing major.

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F r e s h m a n // D // M e d i n a , O hi o // S t . I g n at i u s HIGH SCHOOL Played at St. Ignatius in Cleveland with current CSU teammate Alec Nagucki... also played for the Internationals Soccer Academy. PERSONAL Born Apr. 3, 1997... son of Filiman and Emilia Medina... international business major.

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J a n e ir o , B r a z i l // C o l e g i o B a hi e n s e

PERSONAL Born June 17, 1997 in Brazil... son of Paulo Cesar Cabral... has a younger brother, Sandro, and two younger sisters, Ana Maria and Maria Clara... chemical engineering major.

26 A l i x C a ss a g n o l F r e s h m a n // D/M // R o c k v i l l e , M d . // O u r L a d y

of

Good Counsel

HIGH SCHOOL Honorable mention all-state as a sophomore and junior, second team all-state as a senior... helped lead team to semi-finals as a junior and quarter-finals as a senior... made the principal’s list for academics and completed over 100 hours of community service. PERSONAL Born Aug. 3, 1997... son of Joseph Cassagnol and Magalie Pradel... has a younger brother, Patrick... biology major.


28 A n t o n i o B u r g o a F r e s h m a n // MF/F // S t r o n g s v i l l e , O hi o // S t r o n g s v i l l e HIGH SCHOOL All-state selection... first team all-conference and first-team all-district... was named the Sun Post Player of the Year his senior season... played Club Soccer for Cleveland FC and was a U.S. Club Regional Champion in 2014 and a U.S. Club State Champion in 2015 as team captain. PERSONAL Born on Sept. 6, 1997... son of Carlos Burgoa and Lori Jeris... business major.

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F r e s h m a n // M // M e n t o r , O hi o // M e n t o r HIGH SCHOOL Second team all-state as a senior as well as “Team MVP” and captain... state runner-up as a junior... played in the Greater Cleveland All-Star Game senior year and also named to The News Herald and JJ Huddle Player of the Week during career. PERSONAL Born April 20, 1997... son of Jim and Vicki Raney... has two brothers, Kyle and Mitch... business administration major.

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F r e s h m a n // MF // K i n g s t o n , J a m a ic a // K i n g s t o n C o l l e g e


2014 F i n a l S tat i s t i c s & R e s u lt s


2014 H o r i z o n L e a g u e CSU

h a d t hr e e p l ay e r s n a m e d t o

A l l -L e a g u e

teams in

2014

Kevin Blackwood Sergio Manesio

Player of the Year

Eric Lynch, Wright State Offensive Player of the Year Eric Lynch, Wright State Defensive Player of the Year Nathan Steinwascher, Detroit Goalkeeper of the Year Nathan Steinwascher, Detroit Newcomer of the Year Spiro Pliakos, Detroit Coach of the Year Eric Pogue, Oakland All-Newcomer Team Rashad Hyacenth, Belmont Spiro Pliakos, Detroit Reid Stevenson, Milwaukee Petter Ingebrigtsen, Milwaukee Alec Nagucki, Cleveland State Sidney McClain, Green Bay Nick Moon, Milwaukee Jose Fuentes, UIC Ramone Howell, Valparaiso Kevin Blackwood, Cleveland State Austin Polster, Wright State Wes Mink, Oakland

All-Horizon League First Team Spiro Pliakos, Detroit Joey Tinnion, Oakland Peguy Ngatcha, Wright State Laurie Bell, Milwaukee Matt Dudley, Oakland Shawn Claud Lawson, Oakland Eric Lynch, Wright State Luke Goodnetter, Milwaukee Thomas Villamil, UIC Emeka Onoye, Wright State Nathan Steinwascher, Detroit All-Horizon League Second Team Sergio Manesio, Cleveland State Lawrence Talery, Green Bay Jorge Alvarez, UIC Jesus Torres, UIC Matt Ybarra, Detroit Declan Rodriguez, Milwaukee Zev Taublieb, Valparaiso Trevor Flynn, Detroit Cody Archibald, Oakland Omar Lawrence, Valparaiso Wes Mink, Oakland

Alec Nagucki

Horizon League Championship Results Quarterfinals (4) Cleveland State 0, (5) Valparaiso 0 (3) Wright State 1, (6) Milwaukee Semifinals (1) Oakland 1, (4) Cleveland State 0 (2OT) (2) Detroit 0, (3) Wright State 2 Championship (1) Oakland 2, (3) Wright State 1 Final League Standings W L T Oakland 5 0 3 Detroit 6 2 0 Wright State 4 3 1 Cleveland State 4 4 0 Valparaiso 3 3 2 Milwaukee 3 3 2 UIC 3 4 1 Green Bay 2 5 1 Belmont 1 7 0

% .812 .750 .562 .500 .500 .500 .438 .312 .125


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will return

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Abubaker, Anas......................... 2008 Achampong, David........ 1963-64-65 Adams, John.............................. 1954 Ademolu, Nic............................ 2003 Ademolu, Stephen...............2002-03 Adkins, Aaron........... 2009-10-11-12 Altan, Turgay............................. 1967 Anderson, Charles.................... 1955 Arboleda, Cristian.......... 2012-13-14 Armstrong, Cheo........... 2012-13-14

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Bailey, Anthony....................1983-84 Baker, Jeff................... 2007-08,-09-10 Baker, Joel..............................1996-98 Balc, Adrian................................ 2002 Balogh, Steve.............................. 1954 Banton, Kareem........................ 2014 Baraldi, Anthony....... 2006-07-08-09 Barnes, Edward......................... 1959 Barton, Mike.............. 2006-07-08-09 Bartulovic, Marko..................... 1989 Bass, Fred........................ 1976-77-78 Bates, Howard........... 1964-65-66-67 Battista, Mike............. 1982-83-84-85 Beam, David............................... 1993 Beatty, Aidan.........................1995-96 Beck, Thomas............................. 2014 Becker, James........................1980-81 Behrman, Dennis....... 1955-56-57-58 Bene, Alex........................ 1961-62-63 Berk, Gerald..........................1961-62 Bialek, Brian..........................1976-77 Biasiotta, Bruno....................1982-83 Biasiotta, Joe............................... 1975 Biasiotta, Tony......................1986-87 Bishop, Dick..........................1958-59 Black, Chris...........................2004-05 Blackwood, Kevin.................... 2014 Bockmiller, K.C.....................2005-06 Booth, Tim....................... 1980-81-82 Bossell, Andy............................. 1997 Bowman, Spencer...................... 1958 Boyer, Mitch............... 2006-07-08-09 Brammeier, Don........................ 1977 Brennan, Micky......................... 1977 Breuer, Emil................................ 1978 Brouwers, Geert-Jan.................. 1990 Brown, David............. 1984-85-86-87 Bruell, Peter................................ 1968 Buchanan, Osacr........................ 1992 Buehner, Frank.......... 1967-68-69-70 Buehner, John............................. 1971 Bufalino, Charlie....................... 1980 Bungaroo, Neel.......................... 1999 Burdiak, Bohdan....................... 1971 Burgess, Desmond.................... 1997 Burman, J.P................................. 2001 Busetto, Ted................ 1973-74-75-76 Butler, Tim.................................. 1999 Byer, Stephen........................2008-09

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Cain, Josh.................................... 2003 Campbell, David............ 1963-64-65 Campellone, Adam..........1999-2000 Caporizzo, Alex......... 1969-70-71-72

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Carey, Charles............ 1977-78-79-80 Carl, Andy.............................1996-97 Carmichael, David.................... 2003 Cassidy, Chris............................ 1998 Cathis, Chris.............................. 1987 Cergol, Stuart.................. 1966-67-68 Charles, Lester......................1983-85 Christie, Ian...........................1983-84 Christo, Dale.............................. 1972 Ciraldo, Nick........................2013-14 Ciszak, Robert.......................1959-60 Clark, Dave................................ 1955 Clark, Paul.................. 1985-86-88-89 Clark, Thom.................... 1987-89-90 Clarke, Errol.................... 1972-73-74 Clarke, Richard.......................... 1980 Coby, Ron..............................1984-85 Coleman, Craig.....................2004-05 Colonna, Vito............. 1968-69-70-71 Conde, Manuel.....................2010-11 Corbosiero, Donato................... 1973 Costello, Liam............................ 1980 Craney, Larry.................. 1958-59-60 Cree, Justin................. 2010-11-12-13 Creft, Najja................................. 1996 Crompton, Alan......... 1989-90-91-92 Crow, Jack................... 1957-58-59-60 Cunliffe, Lee............................... 1991

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D’Amico, Tony......................1981-82 Dalesio, Emery.......................... 1980 Daniels, Agris............................ 1966 Dasher, Shane............................ 1994 Dean, Brad.................................. 1994 Decsman, David........................ 1961 Dedic, Vjekoslav........ 1993-94-95-96 Deitz, Scott................................. 2003 DeMarco, Anthony................... 2005 Derezic, Mike............. 2011-12-13-14 Dichlian, Michael..................... 2014 DiFranco, Marco........ 2006-07-08-09 Diestler, Gary............................. 1966 Donnelly, Brian.......... 2008-09-10-11 Dosen, Mark............... 1982-83-84-85 Drobac, Aleksandar................. 2014 Duric, Dan.............................2006-07 Duvnjak, Dario.......................... 2010 Dziedzicki, Tony...................1992-93

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Eastham, Caleb................2010-11-12 Eck, Benny.................. 2000-01-02-03 Edgar, Archie............................. 1979 Eedy, Colin................................ 2014 Elder, Brock................................ 2003 Eisses, Cameron..............2010-11-12 Elia, Mario.................. 1990-91-92-93 Ellis, Guy.................................... 1996 Ellis-Hayden, Zach... 2010-11-12-13 Emery, John................................ 2005 Emery, Tom..................... 1996-97-98 Enea, Gennaro......................1969-70 Erceg, Thomas........................... 1995 Etinde, Pichou...................1999-2000

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Facey, Chris................................ 1993

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season

Fecke, Bryan.................... 2002-03-04 Fedan, Steve............................... 1961 Finn, Cormac........................2004-05 Fisher, Bill................................... 1988 Fitzgerald, Tommy..........2010-11-12 Foldesy, Dennis.............. 1988-89-91 Frega, Volkhard.............. 1960-61-62 Frewen, Sidney.......................... 1999 Friedman, Adam....................... 1991

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Galdamez, Rick......................... 1989 Gamliel, Kobi............................. 2005 Ganguli, Subhas........................ 1962 Garel, Dan.............. 1997-98-99-2000 Gatten, Jason.............. 1992-93-94-95 Gilbert, Roshard...................2005-07 Ginsburg, Josh........... 1995-96-97-98 Gise, Charles.............. 1958-59-60-62 Godfrey, Chris............................ 1994 Gormley, Aidan......... 1985-86-87-88 Gourley, Bruce........................... 1958 Graney, Eugene.......................... 1954 Grant, Russ................................. 1987 Gray, Kasey...........................2005-06 Griffiths, Robbie........................ 1984 Grochau, Bobby......................... 1982 Guldager, Chris......................... 1998 Gulden, John.........................2010-11 Gustafson, Charles......... 1956-57-58 Gutting, Andrew....................... 2006

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Haaland, Atle............................. 2000 Hacket, Tom............................... 1958 Hady, Bill.................................... 1955 Hahn, Steven.............................. 1999 Hames, Paul............... 1984-85-86-87 Hammouda, Hesham............... 2014 Hargitai, Peter.......................1965-69 Hargitai, Steve........................... 1967 Hargittay, Bela........... 1962-63-64-65 Harpel, Nick.................... 2007-08-09 Hart, Jordan............... 2010-11-12-13 Haugen, O.C................... 2000-01-02 Haumann, John......................... 1966 Hayes, Larry.........................1986-87 Healy, Gareth............................. 1986 Heijmans, John.......................... 1964 Heisterkamp, Dan..... 1988-89-90-91 Hembury, John............... 1995-96-97 Henson, Bryan........... 2006-07-08-09 Herbi, Don.................................. 1954 Hermes, Rudolf......... 1960-61-62-63 Herrick, Brian.......................1997-99 Hessel, Jim.................. 1955-56-57-58 Hobrath, Gary............................ 1990 Holowczak, Paul............ 1955-57-58 Horvat, Eugene.......................... 1974 Hotzy, Horst............... 1968-69-70-71 Howe, James.............................. 2013 Hoyt, Bob.................................... 1989 Hritz, Bob................... 1975-76-77-78 Huback, Roman......... 1973-74-75-76 Huber, John..................... 1960-61-62 Hughes, Bob.................... 1955-56-57 Hughes, Hugh........................... 1964 Hughes, Kelvin.......................... 1977

Huryn, Bohdan............... 1955-56-59 Husty, Cameron......... 2001-02-03-04

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Ismail, Ismail.............................. 2005 Ivkovic, Jake............................... 1965

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Jackson, Neil.............. 1978-79-80-81 James, Al..................... 2010-11-12-13 Jefferis, Alan............... 1974-75-76-77 Joel, Ron...................... 1969-70-71-72 Johnson, Don........................1954-55 Johnson, Ken.............................. 1954 Johnson, Leo.............. 1965-66-67-68 Jones, Davon.............................. 2008 Josie, Jason.............................1990-91 Joyce, Adam............................... 1997 Joyeau, Ellery............. 1980-81-82-83 Julian, Josef................................. 1973

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Kaczmarek, Bob....................1967-68 Kamal, Talal..........................1974-75 Kane, Nick................................. 2014 Kaniaris, Jim............................... 1988 Kap, George............... 1955-56-58-59 Karcic, Mike............... 1959-60-61-62 Kargiotis, Evan.....................1957-58 Katic, Joe.......................... 1994-95-96 Kavanagh, Michael................... 1997 Kazemaini, Ali........... 1980-81-82-83 Kephart, George...................2006-07 Kerr, Andrew............................. 1987 Kettani, Amir.................. 2002-03-04 Kilroy, Audric............ 2007-08-09-10 Knott, Colin...........................1997-98 Kokoski, William............ 1963-64-66 Koniarczyk, Dan..................2013-14 Korossy, John............................. 1962 Kostryk, Nestor......................... 1966 Kouyoumdjian, Benon............. 1959 Kovanovic, Sinisa.................2004-05 Kovecevic, Anton...................... 1970 Koy, Christopher..................2008-11 Kozak, John...........................1990-91 Krnac, Jason............... 1992-93-94-95 Kroken, Kim............................... 2005 Krause, James............ 1956-57-58-59 Krumins, Janis................ 1955-56-57 Kryger, James........................2000-01

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Lagania, Jake............................. 2014 Lally, Derek................................ 1995 Lappin, Spencer.............. 2002-03-04 Laufenburger, Robert................ 1957 Leenders, Paul................ 1963-65-67 Lesnick, Al.................................. 1976 Leuchtmann, Andrew..........1996-97 Levkov, Misha............. 1999-2000-01 Liaupsin, Andy.......................... 1954 Lich, Vladimir............ 1970-71-72-73 Lidala, Josh............................2000-01 Linsey, Burdell........................... 1954 Litras, Eric....................... 1996-97-98 Ljubuncic, Elis..................1999-2000 Longsworth, Jay............. 1981-82-83


A l l -T im e L e t t e rw i n n e r s Manesio, Sergio...................2013-14 Marraccini, Albert..... 1959-60-61-62 Marraccini, Gary............ 1960-61-63 Marson, Andrew....... 1986-87-88-89 Martens, Dan............................. 1958 Marusic, Zelimar....................... 1990 Massie, Sean............................... 1999 Matisak, Seth.........................2004-06 Matlock, Mike.......................2013-14 Matos, Angel.........................1997-98 Mattei, Eraldo............ 1969-70-71-72 Mauch, Geoff........................1998-99 McGuire, Barry.......................... 2002 McDaid, Paddy.......... 1992-93-94-95 McDanel, Ken............................ 1958 McGrath, John........................... 1955 McIlravey, Paul.....................1996-97 McLaughlin, Neil...... 1979-80-81-82 McMillan, James........ 1968-69-70-71 McMillan, Robert...... 1990-91-92-93 McTague, Denning.................... 1985 McTighe, Mike........................... 1999 McWilson, Matt......................... 2010 Meehan, Brendan...................... 1996 Mergl, Bob....................... 1976-77-78 Meunier, Julien.......................... 2004 Meyer, Bengt................... 1955-56-57 Michel, John..........................1964-65 Miehle, Frank............. 1973-74-75-76 Miker, Doug..........................1982-83 Milcetich, Matt....... 1999-2000-01-02 Miles, Keith...........................1963-64 Milli, James..........................2013-14 Millin, Ziko................................ 1991 Mills, Cyril................................. 1956 Mladenovic, Zoran......... 1977-78-81 Montoya, Mario......................... 2005 Moore, Norman......................... 1958 Morrison, Alex........................... 1997 Movahedi, Manoucher.. 1964-65-66 Murphy, Brian............................ 2009 Murphy, Robert......... 1978-79-80-81 Musser, Adam........ 1999-2000-01-02

Pallas, James.............................. 1980 Palka, Eugene............................ 1955 Pandoli, Peter............................. 1972 Pankiw, Andy................. 1970-71-72 Papadopoulos, Mike................. 1982 Parent, Marvin................ 1956-57-58 Parente, Joe............................1989-91 Patterson, Michael..... 1978-79-80-82 Pawar, Roger.............................. 1963 Paynter, James........... 1976-77-78-79 Paz, Dave......................... 1982-83-84 Peer, Craig.................. 1966-67-68-69 Peperkamp, Frank..................... 1989 Peters, Robert.................. 1996-97-98 Petrenko, Zach........................... 2012 Phillips, Cody............................ 1998 Pichardo, Alvaro....................... 2014 Pietrocini, Thomas......... 1961-62-63 Pindel, Ron................................. 1958 Pintz, Adam............... 1955-56-58-59 Pintz, Sebastian....................1960-61 Poggi, Ascenzo.......... 1970-71-72-73 Porter, Terry............................... 1965 Prentice, David.....................2003-04 Preseren, David....................2003-04 Pryor, Cory............. 1997-98-99-2001 Pryor, Justus............... 1993-94-95-97 Pustay, Frank............................. 1988 Pylypiak, Gordon...... 1966-67-68-69

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Quamina, Matthew..............1986-87

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Radjen, Danilo......................2012-13 Rahlfs, Bill.................................. 1986 Railey, Joe................... 1994-95-96-97 Ray, Matt.......................... 1985-86-88 Raychouni, Mustafa................. 2014 Razov, John................................. 1999 Reid, Keith....................... 1969-70-71 Reis, Fritz.................... 1963-64-66-67 Restorick, Will.......................1988-89 Reyes, Steve..........................1980-81 Reynolds, Kareem..................... 1999 Reynosa, Manuel..................1973-74 Rezaie, Hassan......................1975-76 Roaldset, Andreas..................... 2004 Rodas, Aslinn............. 2010-11-12-13 Rosati, Arpino............ 1966-68-69-70 Rosati, Flaviano......................... 1970 Rosati, Vincent......................2005-06 Rose, Tyson................................ 2002 Rosul, Alex................. 1974-75-76-77 Rosul, Roman............. 1972-73-74-75 Royer, Marc............ 1997-99-2000-01 Rucci, Anthony............... 2006-07-08 Ruggiero, Mick.......... 1988-89-90-91

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Sabah, Simon............. 1990-91-92-93 Sadd, Tom................... 2004-05-06-07 Saini, Austin............................... 2013 Salamon, Russ.......................1962-63 Sandor, Andrew....................1969-70 Sandoval, Alfonso................2012-13 Sankovic, Miro........................... 1969 Schaller, John......... 1999-2000-01-02

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Nagucki, Alec............................ 2014 Nassouhi, Yasher....................... 2001 Naumann, Jacob........ 2011-12-13-14 Nebesh, Eugene.............. 1954-55-56 Nemeth, Tibor............................ 1963 Neumann, Nick......................... 2013 New, Blake................. 1986-87-88-89 Nieboer, John............................. 1958 Nilsson, Claes............................ 1978 Novkovic, Josip..... 1999-2000-01-02 Nowicki, Tom............ 1972-73-74-75 O’Connell, Robert................1954-57 Obbey, Alex...........................2013-14 Oldknow, Andy......................... 1992 Olsavsky, Lenny............. 1991-92-93 Orr, Justin................................... 2007 Ortega, Carlos............................ 1973 Ortega, Cesar............................. 1973 Owings, Ken.........................1960-61

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Schieb, Gunther......... 1974-75-76-77 Schlothauer, Walt....... 1976-77-78-79 Schukert, Rocky.............. 1994-95-96 Schultz, Burke............................ 2005 Scott, Derek................ 1978-79-80-81 Sears, Jim...............................2002-03 Segreti, Anthony........................ 2006 Sems, Geno............................1963-64 Sgro, Ryan................... 1998-99-2000 Shaw, Ray................................... 1956 Sheldon, Jeremy......................... 1998 Shrock, Dean.........................1964-65 Sidloski, David............... 1987-89-90 Sipsock, Keven........... 1992-93-94-95 Smerk, Korey............................. 2007 Smith, Al................................1967-68 Smith, Kevin.............. 1985-86-87-88 Snyder, James............................. 1959 Spidalieri, Ben............ 1963-64-65-66 Stannard, Jim............................. 2005 Stanton, Arthur.......................... 1960 St. Vincent, Bobby..................... 2002 Stavrou, Nick............. 1987-88-89-90 Steinke, Tom..........................1961-64 Stewart, David................ 2003-04-06 Stipcic, Joe.................. 1965-66-67-68 Stojkovic, Nenad............ 2005-06-08 Stolz, Ron................... 1991-92-95-96 Stuver, Brad................ 2009-10-11-12 Suite, Jason................................. 1996 Suljevic, Admir.......... 2009-11-12-13 Suljevic, Almir........................... 2010 Syracuse, Vetus.......................... 2001 Szeker, Herman......... 1969-70-71-72 Szoke, Sig................................... 1958

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Taccone, Luciano............ 1972-74-75 Taji, Charlie................................ 1974 Tattersall, Eric............ 2006-07-08-09 Taylor, Robert............................. 1956 Teisl, Tiho................... 1967-68-69-70 Terry, Kevin...........................1978-79 Thompson, Kenny..................... 1985 Timblin, Dave.......................1963-64 Timmons, Ed.............................. 1958 Todd, Kevin...........................1984-85 Trandal, J.R................................. 2002 Trapp, Steve.................... 2005-06-07 Traver, Dick...........................1958-59 Trott, Anthony........................... 1976 Tsirambidis, Tim........................ 1989 Turner, Tom................ 1978-79-80-81 Tyma, John................. 1976-77-78-79 Tyma, Tim..............................1979-80

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Ubiparipovic, Slavisa...........2008-09 Ungaro, Frank................. 1996-97-98 Urizar, Hugo.............................. 1973

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Vanoostveen, John.......... 1978-79-80 Vasu, Eugene.........................1971-72 Ventre, Phil............................1990-92 Vickers, Alex.............................. 2004

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Wagner, Carl.............. 1955-56-57-58 Wagner, Pete.............................. 2006 Wagner, William............. 1954-56-57 Walker, Chris.............................. 1994 Walker, Joachim................2001-2002 Wallace, John.............. 2007-08-09-10 Walmsley, Barry......... 1983-84-85-86 Walters, Mike............................. 1999 Warfield, Cathal......................... 1994 Wargo, John..................... 2008-09-10 Warren, Cazz.........................2011-12 Wasylow, Nick........... 1991-92-93-94 Webster, John........................1981-83 Weiner, Nick..........................2004-05 Weinstein, Stuart....................... 1963 Welker, Jack................................ 1957 White, Brendon.......................... 2002 Wilhelm, Brian........................... 1984 Will, Kurt...............................1992-93 Williams, Amari........................ 2013 Williams, Josh............ 2006-07-08-09 Willoghby, Damian................... 1994 Wilson, Jim...................... 1971-72-73 Winners, Brian........................... 1998 Winton, Don............................... 1954 Wuestle, Mike............................ 1958

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Yeager, Nick............................... 2007 Young, Mike............... 1965-66-67-68 Youngblood, Leon..................... 1954 Youngless, Eric........................... 1994

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Zambra, Mark................. 2004-05-06 Zamora, Victor............... 2012-13-14 Zapotechne, Jordan................... 2007 Zappa, Matteo................ 2000-01-03 Zejly, Issam................................. 2000 Zegarac, Mitch........................... 1977 Zuk, Terry........................ 1961-62-63 Zumpano, Frank...................1990-91 Zyga, Ihor................... 1971-72-73-74 * Current players in BOLD


A l l -L e a g u e H o n o r s Ali Kazemaini was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year during 2012 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Nick Stavrou 1989, ‘90 Stephen Ademolu 2003 GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Brad Stuver 2010 DEFENDER OF THE YEAR Cam Eisses 2012 NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Joachim Walker 2001 Stephen Ademolu 2002 COACH OF THE YEAR Brian Doyle 1984, ‘86, ‘93 Tom Turner* 1988 Pete Curtis* 2002 Ali Kazemaini 2012 FIRST TEAM Stephen Ademolu (F) 2002, ‘03 Aaron Adkins (F) 2011 Anthony Bailey (F) 1984 Aidan Beatty (M) 1996 David Brown (D) 1984, ‘85 Adam Campellone (M) 1997 Ian Christie (M) 1984 Paul Clark (F) 1986, ‘88, ‘89 Thom Clark (F) 1990 Manuel Conde (MF) 2011 Cam Eisses (D) 2012 Aidan Gormley (D) 1985, ‘86, ‘88 Paul Hames (F) 1984, ‘86 Amir Kettani (GK) 2004

Slavisa Ubiparipovic

Audric Kilroy (F) Andrew Marson (D) Paddy McDaid (F) Paul Mcllravey (F) Robert McMillan (D) Aslinn Rodas (MF) Kevin Smith (M) Nick Stavrou (D) Brad Stuver (GK) Admir Suljevic (F) Kenny Thompson (F) Slavisa Ubiparipovic (F) Josh Williams (MF) Frank Zupano (F)

2009 1988, ‘89 1993 1997 1992 2012 1987 1989, ‘90 2010 2011, ‘12 1985 2008, ‘09 2009 1991

SECOND TEAM Adrian Balc (M) 2002 Jeff Baker (MF) 2010 Mitch Boyer (D) 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Craig Coleman (D) 2004 Manuel Conde (MF) 2010 Anthony DeMarco(GK) 2005 Zach Ellis-Hayden (D) 2012 Cormac Finn (D) 2004 George Kephart 2006 Colin Knott (F) 1998 Jason Krnac (GK) 1993 Spencer Lappin (F) 2003 Sergio Manesio (F) 2014 Paddy McDaid (F) 1994, ‘95 Paul Mcllravey (F) 1996 Robert McMillan (D) 1993 Aslinn Rodas (MF) 2011 Ron Stolz (D) 1992, ‘95 Brad Stuver (GK) 2011, ‘12 Joachim Walker (F) 2001 NEWCOMER TEAM Nic Ademolu (M) Stephen Ademolu (F) Aaron Adkins (F) Adrian Balc (M) Aidan Beatty (F) Kevin Blackwood (D) Stephen Byer (D) Craig Coleman (D) Manuel Conde (MF) Mike Derezic (MF) Marco Difranko (F) Cormac Finn (D) Rick Galdamez (F) Michael Kavanagh (M) George Kephart (F) Derek Lally (F) Justin Mancine (MF) Alec Nagucki (MF)

2003 2002 2009 2002 1995 2014 2008 2004 2010 2011 2006 2004 1998 1997 2006 1995 2008 2014

Admir Suljevic

David Prentice (M) Danilo Radjen (D) Aslinn Rodas (F) Alfonso Sandoval (F) Admir Suljevic (MF) Joachim Walker (F) Josh Willaims (MF)

2003 2012 2010 2012 2009 2001 2006

HONORABLE MENTION Blake New (GK) 1988 ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Aidan Gormley 1986, ‘87, ‘88 Matthew Quamina 1987 Nick Stavrou 1988, ‘89, ‘90 Paul Clark 1989 Nick Ruggiero 1990 Simon Sabah 1991, ‘92 Paddy McDaid 1994, ‘95 Ron Stolz 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Matt Milcetich 2001, ‘02 O.C. Haugen 2002 Joachim Walker 2002 Harveer Mann 2004 Tom Sadd 2005, ‘06, ‘07 Mike Barton 2007 Jeff Baker 2008, ‘09, ‘10 Manuel Conde 2011 Admir Suljevic 2011, ‘12 Brad Stuver 2012 Sergio Manesio 2014 *Current players in BOLD


R e gi o n a l & N at i o n a l H o n o r s The Vikings

h av e h a d t hr e e

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Klass de Boer.....................................1977 ALL-AMERICANS FIRST TEAM Bohdan Huryn (FB).......................... 1959 Adam Pintz (LW)............................. 1959 Nick Stavrou (MF)*.......................... 1989 (*Adidas Scholar Athlete Team)

SECOND TEAM Errol Clarke (B).................................1972 Ali Kazemaini (F)......................1981, ‘83 Derek Scott (F).................................. 1981 Nick Stavrou (MF)............................1990 John Vanoostveen (GK)...................1979 Joachim Walker (MF) +.................... 2003 (+ Verizon Academic All-American Team)

HONORABLE MENTION Errol Clarke (B).................................1974 Vito Colonna (F)............................... 1970 Bohdan Huryn (FB).......................... 1956 Jim McMillan (F).............................. 1971 Alex Rosul (F)................................... 1977 Roman Rosul (F)............................... 1975 John Vanoostveen (GK)...................1980 ALL-REGION SELECTIONS FIRST TEAM Anthony Bailey.................................1984 Errol Clarke.......................................1972 Vito Colonna..............................1969, ‘70 Aidian Gormley.........................1986, ‘88 Bohdan Huryn...........................1956, ‘59 Neil Jackson...................................... 1981 Ellery Joyeau.....................................1983 George Kap....................................... 1959 Mike Karcic.......................................1962 Ali Kazemaini............................1981, ‘83 Jay Longsworth................................1983 Dusan Malesevic..............................1962 Jim McMillan.............................1970, ‘71 Bengt Meyer......................................1957 Adam Pintz................................1958, ‘59 Alex Rosul......................................... 1977

A l l -A m e ric a n s

i n pr o g r a m hi s t o ry

Roman Rosul.....................................1975 Derek Scott........................................ 1981 Kevin Smith......................................1986 Nick Stavrou..............................1989, ‘90 John Vanoostveen......................1979, ‘80 Bill Wagner........................................1957 SECOND TEAM Denny Behrman........................1956, ‘58 Geert-Jan Brouwers..........................1990 David Brown..................................... 1984 Paul Clark..........................................1986 Vito Colonna.....................................1968 Paul Hames................................1984, ‘87 James Hessel.....................................1958 Bob Hughes.......................................1957 Neil Jackson...................................... 1980 Jay Longsworth................................1982 Paddy McDaid..................................1995 Paul McIlravey................................. 1996 Jim McMillan.............................1968, ‘69 Bengt Meyer...............................1956, ‘58 James Paynter...................................1977 Joe Stipcic.......................................... 1969 Admir Suljevic..................................2012 John Tyma.........................................1978 John Vanoostveen.............................1978 THIRD TEAM Stephen Ademolu.............................2002 Paul Clark...................................1988, ‘89 Zach Ellis-Hayden............................ 2012 Cam Eisses.........................................2012 Andrew Marson............................... 1989 Brad Stuver................................2010, ‘12 Phil Ventre.........................................1990 HONORABLE MENTION Errol Clarke................................1973, ‘74 Vito Colonna.....................................1971 Aidian Gormley................................ 1987 Bob Hritz......................1975, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Neil Jackson...................................... 1978 Alan Jefferis.......................................1976 Ali Kazemaini................................... 1982 Eraldo Mattei.................................... 1969

Bob Murphy...............................1979, ‘80 Tom Nowicki..............................1974, ‘75 James Paynter...................................1978 Keith Reid..........................................1971 Arpino Rosati.................................... 1969 Roman Rosul.....................................1972 Walter Schlothauer...........................1979 Derek Scott........................................ 1979 Luciano Tuccone...............................1972

OHIO COLLEGE SOCCER ASSOCIATION CARL DALE MEMORIAL TROPHY Awarded to outsandting collegiate player in Ohio at Given Position

OFFENSIVE Jim McMillan.............................1969 DEFENSIVE Errol Clarke................................1972 Errol Clarke................................1974 Alex Rosul..................................1977 MIDFIELD Nick Stavrou..............................1989 Nick Stavrou..............................1990

SENIOR BOWL

These players represented Cleveland State in the Annual Senior Bowl Game

Errol Clarke................................1974 Roman Rosul..............................1975 Alex Rosul..................................1977 Walt Schlothauer.......................1979 Charlie Carey.............................1980 Neil Jackson...............................1981 Derek Scott.................................1981 Ali Kazemaini............................1983 Aidian Gormley.........................1988 Andrew Marson........................1989 Nick Stavrou..............................1990


A l l -O hi o S e l e c t i o n s T he 1969 V ikings H ad F our F irst -T eam A ll -O hio S elections FIRST TEAM ALL-OHIO Stephen Ademolu 2002 Anthony Bailey 1984 Mitch Boyer 2008 Geert-Jan Brouwers 1990 Paul Clark 1986, ‘88, ‘89 Errol Clarke 1972, ‘73, ‘74 Vito Colonna 1968, ‘69, ‘70 Aidan Gormley 1986, ‘88 Paul Hames 1987 Bohdan Huryn 1956, ‘59 Neil Jackson 1980, ‘81 Alan Jefferis 1976 Leo Johnson 1969 Ellery Joyeau 1983 George Kap 1959 Ali Kazemaini 1981, ‘83 Jay Longsworth 1982, ‘83 Paddy McDaid 1995 Paul McIlravey 1996 Jim McMillan 1969, ‘70, ‘71 Bengt Meyer 1957 Tom Nowicki 1975 James Paynter 1976, ‘77 Adam Pintz 1958, ‘59 Arpino Risati 1969 Alex Rosul 1977 Roman Rosul 1975 Derek Scott 1979, ‘81 Kevin Smith 1986 Nick Stavrou 1989, ‘90 John Tyma 1978 Slavisa Ubiparipovic 2008 John Vanoostveen 1978, ‘79, ‘80 Phil Ventre 1990 Bill Wagner 1957 SECOND TEAM ALL-OHIO Adrian Balc 2002 Adam Campellone 2000 Mike Carcic 1959, ‘62 Vito Colanna 1971 Jack Crow 1959 Aidan Gormley 1987 Paul Hames 1984 Bela Hargittay 1964, ‘65 Larry Hayes 1987 James Hessel 1958 Horst Hotzy 1969 Bob Hritz 1975, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Bob Hughes 1957 Kelvin Hughes 1977 Neil Jackson 1978 Lio Johnson 1967 Nestor Kostryc 1966

Bela Hargittay Horst Hotzy Neil Jackson Ali Kazemaini Dusan Malsevic Eraldo Mattei Bob Murphy Sebastian Pintz Manuel Raynosa Roman Rosul Jim Snyder Joe Stipcic Tito Teisl Luciano Tuccone John Tyma Eugene Vasu Terry Zuk

Mitch Boyer

Dusan Malselvic Al Marraccini Andrew Marson Jim McMillan Bob Murphy Tom Nowicki James Paynter Gordon Pylpiak Keith Reid Hassan Rezaie Arpino Rosati Alex Rosul Roman Rosul Walter Schlothauer Kevin Smith Joe Stipcic Luciano Toccone Bill Wagner Frank Zupano

1962 1960, ‘62 1989 1968 1979, ‘80 1974 1978 1968 1970, ‘71 1976 1970 1976 1972 1979 1987, ‘88 1965, ‘68 1972 1956 1991

THIRD TEAM ALL-OHIO Stephen Ademolu 2002 Danny Behrman 1956, ‘58 Jim Hessel 1957 George Kap 1958 Bengt Meyer 1956 HONORABLE MENTION Mike Battista 1982 David Brown 1984 Dave Campbell 1964, ‘65 Charlie Carey 1980

1963 1968, ‘71 1979 1982 1960 1971 1978 1960, ‘61 1974 1973 1959 1967 1970 1974 1979 1971, ‘72 1963

ACADEMIC TEAM ALL-OHIO Benny Eck 2002 O.C. Haugen 2002 Matt Milcetich 2002 Joachim Walker 2002

CSU IN THE HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT 2001-Present

2001 Quarters........................ L (2-3) 2002 Quarters...................... W (2-1) Semis............................. W (5-3) Finals............................. L (0-8) 2003 Quarters........................ L (0-1) 2004 Quarters........................ L (0-4) 2005 Quarters........................ L (0-1) 2006 Quarters........................ L (2-3) 2007 Quarters........................T (0-0) ........................ Lost 4-2 in PK’s 2008 Quarters...................... W (2-1) Semis............................. W (1-0) Finals.............................. L (0-1 2009 Quarters........................T (0-0) ....................... Won 3-1 in PK’s Semifinals. ..................... L (1-2) 2010 Quarters...................... W (2-1) Semis............................... L (1-2) 2011 Quarters........................ L (0-1) 2012 Semis............................. W (1-0) Finals........................... W (2-0) 2013 Quarters...... W (2-1) (Forfeit)

2014

Quarters.............................. T (0-0) ..............................Won 4-3 in PK’s

...................... L (1-0) 2OT

semis


Individual Season Records Brad Stuver

tied for second with nine shutouts during

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Goals: 1. Vito Colonna, 1968..................... 22 2. Nick Stavrou, 1990..................... 20 3. Vito Colonna, 1970..................... 18 Roman Rosul, 1975..................... 18 5. Jim McMillan, 1971..................... 16 Nick Stavrou, 1989..................... 16 7. Vito Colonna, 1971..................... 15 George Kap, 1956, 1959............. 15 John Tyma, 1977.......................... 15 10. Adam Pintz, 1958....................... 14 Bela Hargittay, 1965.................... 14 Assists: 1. Adam Pintz, 1959....................... 23 2. Adam Pintz, 1958....................... 15 3. Jim McMillan, 1970..................... 13 George Kap, 1958........................ 13 5. Jim McMillan, 1968..................... 12 6. Vito Colonna, 1971..................... 11 Roman Rosul, 1975..................... 11 Paul Hames, 1987....................... 11 9. Nick Stavrou, 1990..................... 10 Points: 1. Vito Colonna, 1968..................... 50 Nick Stavrou, 1990..................... 50 3. Roman Rosul, 1975..................... 47 4. Vito Colonna, 1970..................... 45 5. Adam Pintz, 1958....................... 43 6. Vito Colonna, 1971..................... 41 7. Jim McMillan, 1971..................... 40 8. Nick Stavrou, 1989..................... 39 9. George Kap, 1958........................ 37 Jim McMillan, 1970..................... 37 John Tyma, 1977.......................... 37 Paul Hames, 1987....................... 37

Shutouts: 1. Jay Longsworth, 1983................. 10 2. Fred Bass, 1977.............................. 9 Blake New, 1986............................ 9 Brad Stuver, 2012.......................... 9 5. Blake New, 1988......................... 8.5 Blake New, 1989......................... 8.5 7. Horst Hotzy, 1968......................... 8 Jay Longsworth, 1981................... 8 9. Phil Ventre, 1990........................ 6.5 10. Ihor Zyga, 1972............................. 6 John Vanoostveen, 1978............... 6 John Vanoostveen, 1980............... 6 Jay Longsworth, 1982................... 6 Jason Krnac, 1993.......................... 6 Nick Harpel, 2008......................... 6 Saves: 1. Jason Kmac, 1993...................... 132 2. Horst Hotzy, 1970..................... 131 3. Tom Pietrocini, 1963................. 125 4. Jake Ivkovic, 1965..................... 122 5. John Vanoostveen, 1979........... 118 6. Jay Longsworth, 1981............... 107 7. Horst Hotzy, 1968..................... 106 8. Anthony DeMarco, 2005.......... 105 9. Geoff Mauch, 1999.................... 104 Nick Harpel, 2008..................... 104 10. John Vanoostveen, 1980........... 102

Horst Hotzy

2012 Most Outstanding Player 1962............................................ Al Marraccini 1963................................................... Terry Zuk 1964........................................... Bela Hargittay 1965......................................... Dave Campbell 1966............................................... Leo Johnson 1967...................................................Joe Stipcic 1968............................................ Vito Colonma 1969............................................ Arpino Rosati 1970.............................................Jim McMillan ......................................................Vito Colonna 1971...............................................Horst Hotzy 1972............................................... Errol Clarke 1973............................................. Roman Rosul 1974..............................................Errol Clarke* 1975............................................. Roman Rosul 1976............................................James Paynter 1977................................................. Alex Rosul 1978..................................... John Vanoostveen 1979................................... Walter Schlothauer ..........................................................John Tyma 1980...............................................Neil Jackson 1981..........................................Ali Kazemaini* 1982........................................... Ali Kazemaini 1983........................................... Ali Kazemaini 1984......................................... Anthony Bailey 1985......................................... Aidan Gormley 1986......................................... Aidan Gormley 1987............................................... Paul Hames 1988......................................... Aidan Gormley 1989..............................................Nick Stavrou 1990..............................................Nick Stavrou 1991........................................ Frank Zumpano 1992.......................................Robert McMillan 1993.......................................... Paddy McDaid 1994.......................................... Paddy McDaid 1995.......................................... Paddy McDaid 1996..........................................Paul McIlravey 1997................................................... Joe Railey 1998................................................ Tom Emery 1999..............................................Geoff Mauch 2000................................... Adam Campellone 2001......................................... Joachim Walker 2002..................................... Stephen Ademolu 2003..................................... Stephen Ademolu 2004..............................................Amir Kettani 2005.......................................... Craig Coleman 2006.........................................George Kephart 2007............................................... Mitch Boyer 2008.......................................No Award Given 2009............................................... Mitch Boyer 2010.......................................No Award Given 2011............................................Manuel Conde 2012................................................Brad Stuver 2013.......................................... Admir Suljevic 2014..........................................Sergio Manesio Recipients of the Cleveland State Varsity “C” Club Award * - Co-winner of the CSU Athlete of the Year


Career Records N ick S tavrou Goals: 1. Vito Colonna, 1968-71 2. Jim McMillan, 1968-71 3. George Kap, 1955-56; 58-59 4. Nick Stavrou, 1987-90 5. Ali Kazemaini, 1980-83 6. John Tyma, 1976-79 7. Roman Rosul, 1972-75 8. Bela Hargittay, 1962-65 9. Bob Hritz, 1975-78 10. Kevin Smith, 1985-88 Paddy McDaid, 1992-95

65 50 48 46 41 40 39 34 33 31 31

Assists: 1. Adam Pintz, 1955-56; 58-59 46 2. Jim McMillan, 1968-71 35 3. Vito Colonna, 1968-71 33 4. Walter Schlothauer,1976-79 29 5. Paul Hames, 1984-87 26 6. George Kap, 1955-56; 58-59 24 7. John Tyma, 1976-79 23 8. Roman Rosul, 1972-75 21 9. Leo Johnson, 1965-68 20 Gordon Pylypiak, 1966-69 20 Ali Kazemaini, 1980-83 20 Paul Clark, 1985-89 20 Nick Stavrou, 1987-90 20 Points: 1. Vito Colonna, 1968-71 163 2. Jim McMillan, 1968-71 135 3. George Kap, 1955-56; 58-59 120 4. Nick Stavrou 1987-90 112 5. John Tyma, 1976-79 103 6. Ali Kazemaini, 1980-83 102 7. Roman Rosul, 1972-75 99 8. Adam Pintz, 1955-56; 58-59 90 9. Bob Hritz, 1975-78 80 Paul Hames, 1984-87 80 Kevin Smith, 1985-88 80 Paul Clark, 1985-89 80 Saves: 1. Horst Hotzy, 1968-71 2. Jay Longsworth, 1981-84 3. Brad Stuver, 2009-12 4. John Vanoostveen, 1978-80 5. Jason Krnac, 1992-95 6. Blake New, 1986-89 7. Amir Kettani, 2002-04 8. Nick Harpel, 2007-09 9. Geoff Mauch, 1998-99 10. Andy Carl, 1996-97 Josip Novkovic, 1999-02

416 311 293 289 283 267 226 208 161 154 148

Shutouts: 1. Blake New, 1986-89 2. Jay Longsworth, 1981-84 3. Brad Stuver, 2009-12 4. Horst Hotzy, 1968-71

29.0 26.0 20.0 17.0

played in

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and started

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5. John Vanoostveen, 1978-80 6. Nick Harpel, 2007-09 7. Fred Bass, 1975-78 8. Rod Mamminga, 1971-74 9. Andy Carl, 1996-97 10. Jason Krnac, 1992-95 Phil Ventre, 1989-92 Games Played: 1. Nick Stavrou, 1987-90 2. Paul Clark, 1985-89 3. Paul Hames, 1984-87 Kevin Smith, 1985-88 Alan Crompton, 1989-92 6. Aidan Gormley, 1985-88 7. Cameron Husty, 2001-04 Josh Williams, 2006-09 Marco DiFranco, 2006-09 10. Neil Jackson, 1978-81 Tom Turner, 1978-81 Anthony Baraldi, 2006-09 Games Started: 1. Nick Stavrou, 1987-90 2. Aidan Gormley, 1985-88 3. Paul Hames, 1984-87 Kevin Smith, 1985-88 Paul Clark, 1985-89 Josh Williams, 2006-09 7. Neil Jackson, 1978-81 Tom Turner, 1978-81 Alan Crompton, 1989-92 10. Blake New, 1986-89 Mitch Boyer, 2006-09 Josh Williams

all

15.0 13.0 10.0 9.0 8.0 7.5 7.5 82 77 76 76 76 75 74 74 74 73 73 73 82 75 74 74 74 74 72 72 72 68 68

82

matches during his career

Team Records Match

Most Goals Scored 24....vs. Wright State, 10/16/71 Most Goals Allowed 12.................... at Akron, 9/9/05 Most Assists 16....vs. Wright State, 10/16/71 Most Saves 20..........at Kent State, 11/13/65 20................ vs. Hiram, 11/6/65 Most Shots 53................ vs. Xavier, 9/16/75 53..........vs. Kent State, 11/6/74 53....vs. Wright State, 10/16/71 Most Shots Allowed 45......... vs. Air Force, 10/17/70 Fewest Shots Allowed 0....... vs. Miami (OH), 11/1/89

SEASON

Most Goals Scored 56................... 1975 (15 matches) Fewest Goals Scored 7...................... 1961 (9 matches) 8.................... 1999 (18 matches) Most Goals Allowed 65................... 2005 (18 matches) Fewest Goals Allowed 8...................... 1955 (5 matches) 10................... 1968 (16 matches) Most Assists 48................... 1987 (20 matches) Most Shutouts 10...... 1990 & 1983 (20 matches) 10................... 1986 (19 matches) Most Shutouts Against 13................... 1999 (18 matches) Most Saves 137.................. 1993 (19 matches) Fewest Saves 55................... 1977 (16 matches) Most Victories 14................... 1977 (16 matches) 14................... 1979 (19 matches) 14................... 1981 (21 matches) Most Home Victories 8.............................. 1986 & 1989 Best Home Record 6-0-1.........................................2008 Most Away Victories 8............................................1977 Best Away Record 8-1-0.........................................1977 Consecutive Victories 10...........................................1977 Longest Unbeaten Streak 12...........................................1979

Individual Game Records Most Points 18.......................... Jim McMillan vs. Wright State, 10/16/71 Most Goals 7........................... Jim McMillan vs. Wright State, 10/16/71 Most Assists 5.............................Eugene Vasu vs. Wright State, 10/16/71 Most Saves 20.............................Jake Ivkovic at Kent State, 11/13/65 20.............................Jake Ivkovic vs. Hiram, 11/6/65 Most Shots Faced 45............................ Horst Hotzy vs. Air Force, 10/17/70


Y e a r ly L e a d e r s Current head coach Ali Kazemaini led the team as a player in both goals and points from 1980-83

POINTS 1954. N/A 1955. N/A 1956. N/A 1957. N/A 1958. Adam Pintz.....................43 1959. N/A 1960. N/A 1961. Mike Karic.........................4 1962. Mike Karic.......................16 1963. Bela Hargittay.................28 1964. N/A 1965. Bela Hargitta...................32 1966. Leo Johnson.....................24 1967. Leo Johnson.....................20 1968. Vito Colonna...................50 1969. Vito Colonna...................27 1970. Vito Colonna...................45 1971. Vito Colonna...................41 1972. Eugene Vasu....................25

GOALS 1954. Eugene Nebesh.................8 1955. Carl Wagner......................8 1956. George Kap.....................15 1957. Bengt Meyers....................3 1958. Adam Pintz.....................14 1959. George Kap.....................15 1960. N/A 1961. Mike Karic.........................2 1962. Subhas Ganguli................6 1963. Bela Hargittay.................13 1964. N/A 1965. Bela Hargittay.................14 1966. Leo Johnson.......................8 1967. Leo Johnson.......................7 1968. Vito Colonna...................22 1969. Jim McMillan..................11 1970. Vito Colonna...................18 1971. Jim McMillan..................16 1972. Eugene Vasu....................10

1973. Roman Rosu....................27 1974. Frank Miehle...................16 1975. Roman Rosul...................45 1976. Bob Hritz.........................24 1977. John Tyma.......................37 1978. John Tyma.......................22 1979. John Tyma.......................33 1980. Ali Kazemaini.................16 1981. Ali Kazemaini.................32 1982. Ali Kazemaini.................26 1983. Ali Kazemaini.................28 1984. Anthony Bailey...............31 1985. Mark Dosen.....................16 1986. Paul Clark........................23 1987. Paul Hames.....................37

1973. Roman Rosul...................12 1974. Frank Miehle.....................7 1975. Roman Rosul...................18 1976. Bob Hritz...........................8 1977. John Tyma.......................15 1978. John Tyma.........................8 1979. John Tyma.......................13 1980. Charlie Carey....................8 Ali Kazemaini...................8 1981. Ali Kazemaini.................12 1982. Ali Kazemaini.................11 1983. Ali Kazemaini.................12 1984. Anthony Bailey...............13 1985. Mark Dosen.......................7 1986. Paul Clark........................10 1987. Paul Hames.....................13

1988. Paul Clark........................24 1989. Nick Stavrou...................39 1990. Nick Stavrou...................50 1991. Frank Zupano.................21 1992. Kevin Sisock....................19 1993. Paddy McDaid................28 1994. Paddy McDaid................23 1995. Paddy McDaid................16 1996. Paul McIIravey...............27 1997. Paul Mcllravey................20 1998. Colin Knott......................21

1988. Paul Clark..........................8 1989. Nick Stavrou...................16 1990. Nick Stavrou...................20 1991. Frank Zumpano................8 1992. Kevin Sipsock...................8 1993. Paddy McDaid................12 1994. Paddy McDaid................10 1995. Paddy McDaid..................6 1996. Paul Mcllravey................13 1997. Paul Mcllravey..................9 1998. Colin Knott......................10

1999. Ryan Sgro..........................6 2000. Atle Haaland...................13 2001. Joachim Walker...............17

1999. Three Tied..........................2 2000. Alte Haaland.....................5 2001. Joachim Walker.................8

2002. Stephen Ademolu...........27 2003. Stephen Ademolu...........27 2004. Spencer Lappin...............16 2005. Nenad Stojkovic.............11 2006. David Stewart.................12 George Kephart.............12 2007. Mitch Boyer.......................6 2008. Slavisa Ubiparipovic......14

2002. Stephen Ademolu...........11 2003. Stephen Ademolu...........12 2004. Spencer Lappin.................7 2005. Nenad Stojkovic...............5 2006. David Stewart...................6 2007. George Kephart................2 2008. Slavisa Ubiparipovic........5 Mitch Boyer.....................5 2009. Josh Williams....................6 Slavisa Ubiparipovic.......5 2010. Five tied............................... 2011. Aaron Adkins...................9 2012. Admir Suljevic..................5 2013. Admir Suljevic..................6 2014. Sergio Manesio.................5

2009. Slavisa Ubiparipovic......17 2010. Manuel Conde................10 2011. Aaron Adkins..................19 2012. Admir Suljevic................14 2013. Admir Suljevic................15 2014. Sergio Manesio...............11

SAVES 1954. N/A 1955. N/A 1956. N/A 1957. N/A 1958. N/A 1959. N/A 1960. N/A 1961. N/A 1962. N/A 1963. Tom Pietrocini...............125 1964. N/A 1965. Jason Ivkovic.................122 1966. Steve Gies........................53 1967. Bob Kacmarek.................95 1968. Horst Hotzy..................106 1969. Horst Hotzy....................93 1970. Horst Hotzy..................131 1971. Horst Hotzy....................86 1972. N/A

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1954. N/A 1955. N/A 1956. N/A 1957. N/A 1958. N/A 1959. N/A 1960. N/A 1961. N/A 1962. N/A 1963. N/A 1964. N/A 1965. N/A 1966. N/A 1967. N/A 1968. N/A 1969. N/A 1970. N/A 1971. N/A 1972. N/A

1973. Ihor Zyga.........................82 1974. Rod Mamminga..............37 1975. Rob Mamminga..............70 1976. N/A 1977. Fred Bass..........................55 1978. John Vanoostveen...........69 1979. John Vanoostveen.........118 1980. John Vanoostveen.........102

1973. N/A 1974. N/A 1975. N/A 1976. N/A 1977. N/A 1978. N/A 1979. N/A 1980. John Vanoostveen....... 0.78

1981. Jay Longsworth............107 1982. Jay Longsworth..............89 1983. Jay Longsworth..............94 1984. Brian Wilhelm.................41 1985. Denning McTague..........87 1986. Blake New.......................50 1987. Christ Cathis...................53 Blake New.....................53 1988. Blake New.......................86 1989. Blake New.......................78 1990. Phil Ventre.......................74 1991. Leo Olsavsky...................32 1992. Phil Ventre.......................65 1993. Jason Krnac...................132 1994. Jason Krnac.....................53 1995. Jason Krnac.....................55 1996. Andy Carl........................83 1997. Andy Carl........................71 1998. Geoff Mauch...................57

1981. Jay Longsworth...........1.24 1982. Jay Longsworth...........1.13 1983. Jay Longsworth...........0.93 1984. Brian Wilhelm..............1.10 1985. Denning McTague.......1.50 1986. Blake New....................0.85 1987. Blake New....................1.37

1999. Geoff Mauch.................104 2000. James Kryger...................44 2001. James Kryger...................77

1999. Geoff Mauch................2.44 2000. James Kryger................2.02 2001. James Kryger................2.00

2002. Josip Novkovic...............71 2003. Amir Nettani...................87 2004. Amir Nettan....................98 2005. Anthony DeMarco........105 2006. Kasey Gray......................74

2002. Amir Kettani................1.92 2003. Josh Cain.......................1.70 2004. Chris Black...................1.64 2005. Anthony DeMarco.......3.51 2006. Kasey Gray...................1.44

2007. Mitch Boyer.......................4 2008. Slavisa Ubiparipovic 4

2007. Nick Harpel.....................66 2008. Nick Harpel...................104

2007. Nick Harpel..................1.36 2008. Nick Harpel..................1.38

2009. Admir Suljevic..................6 2010. Manuel Conde..................4 2011. Admir Suljevic..................5 2012. Admir Suljevic..................4 2013. Aslinn Rodas.....................5 2014. Mike Derezic.....................4

2009. Brad Stuver.....................58 2010. Brad Stuver.....................87 2011. Brad Stuver......................66 2012. Brad Stuver.....................81 2013. Nick Ciraldo....................24 2014. Nick Ciraldo....................69

2009. Brad Stuver..................1.06 2010. Brad Stuver..................1.34 2011. Brad Stuver...................1.25 2012. Brad Stuver..................0.86 2013. Austin Saini..................0.98 2014. Nick Ciraldo.................1.82

ASSISTS 1954. N/A 1955. N/A 1956. N/A 1957. N/A 1958. Adam Pintz.....................15 1959. N/A 1960. N/A 1961. John Huber........................3 1962. Mike Karic.........................6 1963. Rudolf Hermes.................4 1964. N/A 1965. Paul Leenders...................8 1966. Leo Johnson.......................8 1967. Leo Johnson.......................6 1968. Jim McMillan..................12 1969. Vito Colonna.....................7 1970. Jim McMillan..................13 1971. Vito Colonna...................11 1972. Eugene Vasu......................5 Roman Rosul...................5 1973. Ted Busetto........................5 1974. Talal Kamal.......................4 1975. Roman Rosul...................11 1976. Bob Hritz...........................8 1977. Walter Schlothauer 8 1978. John Tyma.........................6 1979. Walter Schlothauer 9 1980. Ali Kazemaini...................4 Liam Costello..................4 1981. Ali Kazemaini...................6 1982. Mike Patterson..................6 1983. Three Tied..........................4 1984. Paul Hames.......................6 1985. Mike Battista.....................4 1986. Paul Hames.......................6 1987. Paul Hames................ 11 1988. Paul Clark..........................8 1989. Nick Stavrou.....................7 1990. Nick Stavrou...................10 1991. Frank Zupano...................5 1992. Andy Oldknow.................6 1993. Kevin Sipsock...................5 1994. Joe Katic.............................4 1995. Paddy McDaid..................4 1996. Aidan Beatty.....................5 1997. Tom Emery........................5 1998. Tom Emery........................4 Jeremy Sheldon................4 1999. Ryan Sgro..........................2 2000. Adam Campellone...........6 2001. O.C. Haugen.....................3 Adam Musser...................3 2002. Joachim Walker.................9 2003. Spencer Lappin.................5 2004. David Stewert...................3 2005. Steve Trapp........................4 2006. Andrew Guttling..............6

1988. Blake New....................1.04 1989. Blake New....................1.00 1990. Phil Ventre....................0.87 1991. Len Olsavsky...............2.18 1992. Phil Ventre....................2.76 1993. Jason Krnac..................1.50 1994. Jason Krnac..................2.00 1995. Jason Krnac..................1.78 1996. Andy Carl.....................1.22 1997. Rob Peters.....................1.08 1998. Geoff Mauch................2.04


A l l -T im e R e c o r d s C leveland S tate A Air Force................................................2-1-0 Akron................................................. 11-40-4 Alabama A&M......................................1-1-0 Alderson-Broaddus..............................2-0-0 Allegheny..............................................5-0-0 Alliance..................................................4-0-0 American...............................................0-1-1 Appalachian State................................2-1-0 Army......................................................0-1-0 Ashland.................................................2-0-0 B Baldwin-Wallace...................................1-0-0 Belmont.................................................2-2-0 Bowling Green.................................16-14-1 Bradley...................................................1-0-0 Brooklyn................................................0-1-1 Brown.....................................................0-1-0 Buffalo....................................................3-5-1 Buffalo State..........................................6-3-0 Butler....................................................5-17-2 C California...............................................0-2-0 Cal-Berkeley..........................................0-1-0 Cal-Poly.................................................0-1-0 Cal State Northridge............................0-1-0 Cal State Sacramento...........................0-2-0 Canisius.................................................5-0-1 Case Tech...............................................5-7-3 Cedarville..............................................1-1-0 Central Michigan..................................1-0-1 Cincinnati.............................................6-7-1 Clemson.................................................1-2-1 Cornell...................................................1-0-0 D Dartmouth.............................................0-0-1 Dayton...................................................7-0-0 Denison..................................................3-2-2 Detroit...............................................10-16-1 Drake......................................................0-1-0 Duke.......................................................0-1-0 Duquesne..............................................4-4-1 E Eastern Illinois......................................4-6-1 Eastern Michigan.................................1-1-0 Evansville..............................................3-5-2 F Federal City...........................................1-0-0 Fredonia State.......................................1-2-0 Fresno State...........................................0-3-0 G George Mason.......................................0-2-0 George Washington..............................0-1-0 Georgetown...........................................0-1-0 Green Bay.........................................16-19-4 Grove City.............................................5-3-0 H Hartford.................................................1-0-0 Hartwick................................................0-2-0 Hiram.....................................................6-3-0 Howard..................................................1-4-1 I Illinois State...........................................2-0-0 Indiana.................................................5-16-1 IPFW.......................................................3-5-1 IUPUI.....................................................0-3-1 Indiana St. Evansville..........................1-0-0 J John Carroll...........................................3-1-0 K Kent State..............................................8-3-0 Kentucky...............................................0-1-1 Kenyon...................................................5-4-1 L LaSalle....................................................1-1-0 Lipscomb...............................................0-2-0 Louisville...............................................2-3-0 Loyola (Chicago)................................9-13-0 M Maine.....................................................1-0-0 Malone...................................................1-0-0 Marquette..............................................4-6-3 Marshall.................................................4-6-0 Maryland...............................................0-1-0

vs.

has had

Massachusetts.......................................1-0-0 Miami (Ohio)........................................8-4-2 Michigan................................................3-2-0 Michigan State......................................5-5-3 Missouri State.......................................1-0-0 Milwaukee........................................16-26-3 N Nevada-Las Vegas................................0-1-1 New Mexico..........................................1-0-1 Niagara..................................................6-2-3 North Carolina State............................0-1-0 North Carolina-Asheville....................1-0-0 North Texas State.................................1-0-0 Northern Illinois...................................1-6-2 Northern Kentucky.............................0-0-0 Northwestern........................................1-1-0 Notre Dame...........................................0-4-0 Notre Dame (Ohio)..............................0-1-0 O Oakland.................................................5-6-0 Oberlin...................................................1-2-0 Ohio State......................................... 14-11-1 Ohio........................................................8-1-1 Ohio Wesleyan......................................7-6-2 Old Dominion.......................................0-0-1 Oregon State..........................................0-2-0 P Penn State............................................4-10-1 Philadelphia Textile.............................0-1-2 Pittsburgh.............................................5-6-4 Portland.................................................1-1-0 Q Quincy...................................................3-4-0 R Richmond..............................................1-0-0 Robert Morris.......................................8-5-0 S St. Bonaventure....................................9-4-1 St. Francis (Pa.).....................................2-1-0 St. Francis Xavier (Ca.)........................1-0-0 Saint Louis........................................... 3-11-1 Salem Int’l..............................................1-0-0 San Diego..............................................0-2-0 San Jose State........................................2-0-0 Santa Barbara........................................0-1-0 Santa Clara............................................0-4-0 Seattle.....................................................0-1-0 Siena.......................................................1-0-0 South Florida........................................1-1-0 SIU Edwardsville.................................2-5-0 Southern Methodist.............................1-0-1 SW Missouri State................................2-0-0 Stetson....................................................1-0-0 T Tampa....................................................1-0-0 Temple...................................................0-1-0 Toledo.....................................................7-1-1 Towson...................................................0-0-1 U UC Irvine...............................................0-2-0 UCLA.....................................................1-1-0 UIC.....................................................21-15-4 U.S. International.................................1-0-0 V Valparaiso........................................... 11-6-3 W Wake Forest...........................................0-2-0 West Virginia.........................................9-2-3 Western Illinois.....................................9-3-1 Western Kentucky................................1-0-0 Western Michigan................................3-2-1 Western Reserve.................................19-1-2 Wheaton................................................0-1-0 William & Mary....................................1-0-0 Wisconsin..............................................4-5-2 Wittenberg.............................................2-0-0 Wooster..................................................9-1-0 Wright State......................................18-14-1 X Xavier.....................................................9-0-0 Y Yale.........................................................0-1-0 2015 Opponents in Bold

Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u l t s

Opponents 33

winning seasons in program history

All-Time Coaching Records

Year Won Lost Tied Conf. Coach 1954* 2 2 2 Jack Marshall 1955* 4 0 1 Jack Marshall 1956* 5 3 0 Jack Marshall 1957* 4 2 1 Jack Marshall 1958* 7 1 1 Jack Marshall 1959* 9 1 0 Jack Marshall 1960* 6 4 0 Jack Marshall 1961* 2 7 0 Jack Marshall 1962* 4 3 2 Jack Marshall 1963* 4 5 1 Jack Marshall 1964* 4 6 0 Jack Marshall 1965 6 4 0 Jack Marshall 1966 4 5 2 Jack Marshall 1967 5 4 2 William Clarke 1968 13 2 1 William Clarke 1969 10 2 2 William Clarke 1970 8 4 1 William Clarke 1971 7 5 1 William Clarke 1972 8 4 0 Klaas de Boer 1973 6 4 2 Klaas de Boer 1974 9 5 0 Klaas de Boer 1975 10 5 0 Klaas de Boer 1976 8 5 1 Klaas de Boer 1977 14 2 0 Klaas de Boer 1978 10 5 1 Steve Parker 1979 14 3 2 Steve Parker 1980 8 5 4 Nasser Sarfaraz 1981 14 5 2 Masser Sarfaraz 1982 10 4 3 Brian Doyle 1983 10 7 3 4-1-0 Brian Doyle 1984 11 6 2 3-0-1 Brian Doyle 1985 9 9 1 2-2-0 Brian Doyle 1986 12 6 1 4-1-1 Brian Doyle 1987 9 10 1 2-2-0 Tom Turner 1988 11 7 3 4-0-1 Tom Turner 1989 14 5 2 4-2-0 Tom Turner 1990 12 6 2 5-2-0 Tom Turner 1991 6 12 0 3-4-0 Tom Turner 1992 3 14 2 1-5-1 Tom Turner 1993 9 7 3 5-1-2 Brian Doyle 1994 3 13 0 1-8-0 Brian Doyle 1995 3 12 2 2-6-0 Brian Doyle 1996 8 8 3 3-4-1 Brian Doyle 1997 8 11 2 1-5-1 Brian Doyle 1998 4 15 0 1-6-1 Brian Doyle 1999 2 14 2 1-6-0 Brian Doyle 2000 3 13 1 1-6-0 Pete Curtis 2001 3 15 0 0-7-0 Pete Curtis 2002 10 11 0 5-2-0 Pete Curtis 2003 6 13 1 2-5-0 Pete Curtis 2004 5 12 2 0-6-1 Pete Curtis 2005 0 17 1 0-7-0 Pete Curtis 2006 6 10 2 3-4-0 Ali Kazemaini 2007 3 14 3 0-7-1 Ali Kazemaini 2008 9 8 3 5-2-1 Ali Kazemaini 2009 7 8 5 4-2-2 Ali Kazemaini 2010 9 10 1 4-3-1 Ali Kazemaini 2011 9 9 1 5-2-1 Ali Kazemaini 2012 11 6 3 4-1-2 Ali Kazemaini 2013 8 12 0 3-4-0 Ali Kazemaini 2014 6 12 1 4-4-0 Ali Kazemaini Totals 444 439 85 86-117-18 61 Seasons * As Fenn College


Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u lt s The 2015

season marks the

AS FENN COLLEGE 1954 (2-2-2)

O 2 WESTERN RESERVE O 9 at Western Reserve O 22 BALDWIN-WALLACE O 23 at Akron (OT) N 6 Kent State N 20 Case Tech (OT) Goals: Fenn - 20; Opp. - 13

1955 (4-0-1)

O 15 at Case Tech O 20 WESTERN RESERVE O 29 at Akron (OT) N 5 AKRON N 12 at Western Reserve Goals: Fenn - 24; Opp. - 8

1956 (5-3-0)

Kenyon Akron Grove City at Western Reserve KENT STATE WESTERN RESERVE Case Tech Allegheny Goals: Fenn - 31; Opp. - 14

1957 (4-2-1)

O 13 at Kenyon O 16 WESTERN RESERVE O 26 at Ohio Wesleyan O 30 at Case Tech (OT) N 2 ALLEGHENY N 5 at Western Reserve N 9 GROVE CITY Goals: Fenn - 18; Opp. - 13

1958 (7-1-1)

S AKRON S Kenyon O 4 WESTERN RESERVE O 11 CASE TECH O 18 DENISON (OT) O 21 at Allegheny O 25 OHIO WESLEYAN N 4 at Western Reserve N 8 GROVE CITY Goals: Fenn - 40; Opp. - 14

1959 (9-1-0)

at Denison O 10 ALLEGHENY O 14 at Case Tech O 17 WESTERN RESERVE O 21 Akron O Kenyon O Ohio Wesleyan N 5 at Western Reserve N 7 at Grove City N 14 at Oberlin Goals: Fenn - 30; Opp. - 13

1960 (6-4-0)

O 1 Akron O 8 FREDONIA STATE O 12 at Grove City O 15 at Allegheny O 19 WESTERN RESERVE O 22 HIRAM O 25 CASE TECH O 29 OHIO WESLEYAN N 5 at Oberlin N 12 DENISON Goals: Fenn - 25; Opp. - 31 O 7 O 14 O 17 O 13 O 24

1961 (2-7-0)

at Fredonia State at Grove City at Case Tech at Hiram KENYON

W L W T L T

5-2 3-4 8-0 1-1 1-4 2-2

W 5-4 W 5-0 T 4-4 W 5-0 W 5-0

L 1-4 L 1-2 L 3-4 W 6-0 W 6-2 W 7-0 W 4-0 W 3-2

W 1-0 W 6-2 L 2-4 T 3-3 W 3-1 W 1-0 L 2-3

W 3-2 W 7-1 W 8-0 L 2-3 T 2-2 W 6-3 W 3-1 W 6-0 W 3-2

W 2-1 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 1-2 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 4-2 W 3-0 W 4-3

L L W W W W W W L L

0-8 2-5 3-2 3-0 8-0 2-1 3-2 3-2 0-5 1-6

L W L L L

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

62nd

year of men ’ s soccer at

O 28 at Ohio Wesleyan N 2 at Western Reserve N 4 OBERLIN N 11 AKRON Goals: Fenn - 7; Opp. - 23

1962 (4-3-2)

S 29 GROVE CITY O 6 FREDONIA STATE O 10 AKRON O 13 at Hiram O 16 WESTERN RESERVE O 20 Kenyon (OT) O 27 at Wooster O 30 at Case Tech N 3 Ohio Wesleyan (OT) Goals: Fenn - 25; Opp. - 13

1963 (4-5-1)

S 28 CEDARVILLE O 3 KENYON O 5 at Grove City O 12 at Akron O 19 at Ohio Wesleyan O 24 at Western Reserve (OT) O 26 at Wooster O 27 at Case Tech N 2 HIRAM N 9 WESTERN RESERVE Goals: Fenn - 27; Opp. - 29

1964 (4-6-0)

S 26 at Cedarville O 3 at Kenyon O 8 at John Carroll O 10 at Toledo O 14 at Case Tech O 21 AKRON O 24 KENT STATE O 31 OHIO WESLEYAN N 7 at Hiram N 14 WESTERN RESERVE Goals: Fenn - 24; Opp. - 28

L W L L

O 30 KENYON N 7 HIRAM N 13 at Kent State Goals: CSU - 33; Opp. - 17

1966 (4-5-2)

W W L W W T L L T

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

W 8-3 L 0-3 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 3-8 T 2-2 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 6-4 W 5-1

L W L W L L L L W W

AS CLEVELAND STATE 1965 (6-4-0)

S 25 ALLIANCE O 2 at Western Reserve O 6 JOHN CARROLL O 9 TOLEDO O 16 at Ohio Wesleyan O 23 at Akron O 27 at Case Tech

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

C leveland State

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

W 3-0 W 4-0 W 10-3 W 4-2 L 2-3 L 0-4 L 1-2

W 6-0 L 1-2 W 2-1

S 24 at Alliance W S 28 CASE TECH (OT) T O 1 at Toledo W O 8 WESTERN RESERVE (OT) T O 15 at Hiram L O 18 at John Carroll W O 22 at Kenyon (OT) L O 26 at Malone W O 29 OHIO WESLEYAN L N 5 at Denison L N 12 KENT STATE L Goals: CSU - 33; Opp. - 27

1967 (5-4-2)

S 23 TOLEDO S 27 at Case Tech S 30 DENISON (OT) O 4 ALLIANCE O 7 at Ohio Wesleyan (OT) O 11 at Western Reserve O 14 HIRAM O 20 JOHN CARROLL O 28 at Akron N 4 at Kent State N 11 at Ohio State Goals: CSU - 26; Opp. - 16

6-0 1-1 3-1 2-2 3-4 4-1 1-2 11-0 1-3 1-10 0-3

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

1968 (13-2-1)

S 25 at Alliance W 6-2 S 28 at Michigan W 2-0 O 2 at St. Bonaventure W 4-0 O 7 WESTERN RESERVE W 2-0 O 9 at Denison (OT) W 1-0 O 12 BUFFALO STATE (OT) W 2-1 O 16 WITTENBERG W 2-0 O 19 at Hiram W 7-1 O 23 at Toledo (OT) T 1-1 O 26 at Dayton W 2-0 O 30 AKRON L 0-1 N 2 KENT STATE W 4-0 N 6 CASE TECH W 13-0 N 9 OHIO STATE W 4-0 NCAA Midwest Regional Championships N 22 Wheaton L 1-3 N 23 at Wooster W 3-1 Goals: CSU - 54; Opp. - 10

1969 (10-2-2)

S 27 DAYTON

W 3-2

O 1 at Pittsburgh (OT) O 4 ST. BONAVENTURE O 8 at West Virginia O 11 at Buffalo State O 15 at Wittenberg O 18 MICHIGAN (OT) O 25 AKRON (OT) N 3 at Kent State N 5 TOLEDO N 8 at Miami (Ohio) N 15 at Ohio State (OT) NCAA Playoffs N 11 at Michigan State N 29 Saint Louis+ Goals: CSU - 45; Opp. - 22 + at Akron, Ohio S 22 S 26 O 2 O 10 O 13 O 16 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 4 N 7 N 14

1970 (8-4-1)

at Dayton at Ohio at Michigan State (OT) WEST VIRGINIA at Kent State Denver vs. Air Force PITTSBURGH MIAMI (Ohio) AKRON (OT) at Buffalo State OHIO STATE NCAA Playoffs N 21 at SIU-Edwardsville Goals: CSU - 45; Opp. - 19

1971 (7-5-1)

S 11 at Quincy S 12 vs. UW-Green Bay S 17 AIR FORCE S 19 SAINT LOUIS S 29 OHIO O 2 UIC O 12 at Toledo O 16 WRIGHT STATE O 19 BUFFALO STATE O 23 at Pittsburgh (OT) O 30 at Miami (Ohio) N 6 DAYTON N 10 at Akron (OT) Goals: CSU - 55; Opp. - 19

1972 (8-4-0)

S 19 at Ashland S 23 HOWARD S 30 at UIC O 8 at Saint Louis

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

W 8-0 W 4-1 T 0-0 W 5-1 W 4-2 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 10-0 W 2-1 L 2-4 W 7-1 L

0-6

L 2-4 L 1-2 W 3-1 L 2-5 L 2-3 W 4-1 W 4-0 W 24-0 W 1-0 T 1-1 W 7-1 W 4-0 L 0-1

W L W L

Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u lt s Cleveland State’s history includes a trip to Brazil by the 1975 squad. The Vikings played in front of 100,000 fans at Maracana Stadium.

4-3 0-3 1-0 1-4


Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u lt s O 10 TOLEDO O 14 at Wright State O 18 at Buffalo State O 21 PITTSBURGH O 25 at Ohio O 29 UW-GREEN BAY N 3 at Indiana N 8 AKRON Goals: CSU - 25; Opp. - 14

1973 (6-4-2)

S 19 ASHLAND S 22 at Howard S 29 at UW-Green Bay O 3 BUFFALO STATE O 8 SAINT LOUIS (OT) O 13 UW-MILWAUKEE O 17 at Toledo O 20 at Bowling Green O 24 OHIO O 27 WEST VIRGINIA (OT) N 3 INDIANA N 7 at Akron Goals: CSU - 30; Opp. - 18

1974 (9-5-0)

S 18 CINCINNATI S 21 HOWARD S 24 FEDERAL CITY S 28 AKRON O 2 at Buffalo State O 4 at Saint Louis O 12 at UW-Milwaukee O 19 BOWLING GREEN O 23 at Ohio O 26 at West Virginia N 3 at Indiana N 6 KENT STATE N 9 UW-GREEN BAY NCAA Playoffs N 29 at Saint Louis Goals: CSU - 30; Opp. - 15

1975 (10-5-0)

S 16 XAVIER S 19 vs. UW-Milwaukee S 20 at Quincy S 25 SAINT LOUIS O 1 at Cincinnati O 4 at UW-Green Bay O 10 vs. Howard (OT) O 12 vs. UIC O 18 at Bowling Green O 22 OHIO O 25 WEST VIRGINIA N 1 INDIANA N 5 BUFFALO ST. N 28 at Akron NCAA Playoffs N 22 at SIU-Edwardsville Goals: CSU - 56; Opp. - 26

1976 (8-5-1)

S 14 at Xavier S 19 at Saint Louis S 25 WOOSTER S 28 BUFFALO O 2 UW-MILWAUKEE O 6 CINCINNATI O 9 BOWLING GREEN O 15 vs. Howard O 17 vs. Appalachian St. (OT) O 20 at Ohio O 23 at West Virginia (OT) O 26 OHIO STATE O 31 at Indiana N 6 AKRON Goals: CSU - 43; Opp. - 22

1977 (14-2-0)

S 13 XAVIER S 19 SAINT LOUIS S 21 OHIO

W 6-0 W 6-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 1-0

W 2-1 L 1-3 L 0-1 W 5-0 T 1-1 W 4-2 W 10-1 L 1-5 W 3-1 T 1-1 W 1-0 L 1-2

W 5-2 L 0-2 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 4-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 4-0 W 4-0 L

0-1

W 10-0 W 3-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 W 6-1 L 3-4 W 3-2 W 5-4 W 8-1 W 5-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 5-1 L 0-4 L

2-3

W 8-0 L 0-6 W 5-1 W 13-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 3-1 T 1-1 W 4-0 L 0-5 L 1-2

W 7-0 W 1-0 W 8-0

S 24 S 27 O 1 O 5 O 8 O 14 O 16 O 22 O 25 O 29 N 5

at Wooster W at Buffalo L at UW-Milwaukee W ALDERSON-BROADDUS W at Bowling Green W at SMU W at North Texas State W WEST VIRGINIA W at Ohio State W INDIANA W at Akron W NCAA Playoffs N 7 SAINT LOUIS W N SIU-EDWARDSVILLE (3 OT) L Goals: CSU - 52; Opp. - 12

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

1978 (10-5-1)

S 8 at Penn State L 2-3 S 15 at Saint Louis L 0-2 S 23 QUINCY L 0-1 S 24 WESTERN ILL. W 2-0 S 27 WOOSTER W 4-0 S 30 UW-MILWAUKEE W 3-0 O 6 vs. South Florida W 2-0 O 8 at Clemson L 2-3 O 14 SMU (OT) T 1-1 O 18 BOWLING GREEN W 3-2 O 21 at Alderson-Broaddus (OT) W 2-1 O 22 at West Virginia W 2-0 O 25 OHIO STATE W 4-0 O 29 at Indiana W 1-0 N 6 AKRON W 3-1 NCAA Playoffs N 19 at Indiana L 1-3 Goals: CSU - 32; Opp. - 17

1979 (14-3-2)

A 29 UCLA S 1 at UW-Milwaukee (OT) S 2 vs. UW-Green Bay S 12 OAKLAND S 16 SAINT LOUIS S 22 at Western Ill. (OT) S 24 at Quincy S 29 at Wooster O 3 PENN STATE O 5 vs. Appalachian State O 7 at Clemson O 13 EVANSVILLE O 17 at Bowling Green O 21 WEST VIRGINIA O 28 INDIANA (OT) O 31 KENT STATE N 3 at Akron NCAA Playoffs N 11 UW-MILWAUKEE N at Indiana Goals: CSU - 53; Opp. - 24

1980 (8-5-4)

S 2 at Oakland S 10 OHIO S 12 at Saint Louis (OT) S 17 at West Virginia (OT) S 20 QUINCY S 23 WOOSTER S 26 at Penn State O 3 Alabama A&M (OT) O 5 at Clemson (OT) O 10 at Evansville (OT) O 11 vs. Air Force O 26 at Indiana O 18 BOWLING GREEN O 21 UW-MILWAUKEE (OT) N 8 AKRON (OT) NCAA Playoffs N 12 at UW-Milwaukee N 30 at Indiana Goals: CSU - 32; Opp. - 14

W 3-2 T 1-1 W 1-0 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 2-3 W 2-1 W 3-1 W 4-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-1 W 5-1 T 1-1 W 10-1 W 5-1 W 2-1 L 0-5

W 6-0 W 6-0 L 0-1 T 1-1 W 3-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 0-1 T 1-1 T 1-1 W 6-2 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 T 0-0 W 1-0 L 0-3

1981 (14-5-2)

S 1 OAKLAND S 2 SAINT LOUIS (OT) S 15 CORNELL S 18 vs. Rockhurst S 19 at SIU-Edwardsville S 21 at Quincy (OT) S 25 ISU-EVANSVILLE S 27 PENN STATE (OT) S 30 WEST VIRGINIA O 5 DAYTON O 7 DENISON O 10 at Wooster (OT) O 14 EVANSVILLE (OT) O 16 vs. Appalachian State O 18 at Clemson O 22 INDIANA O 27 at Bowling Green O 31 at UW-Milwaukee N 1 at Marquette N 4 at Ohio State N 7 at Akron (OT) Goals: CSU - 49; Opp. - 28

1982 (10-4-3)

S 9 at Wisconsin S 18 at Oakland S 21 WRIGHT STATE S 24 at Penn State S 26 at Saint Louis O 1 vs. Old Dominion (OT) O 2 vs. Howard (OT) O 6 WOOSTER O 10 at Evansville O 13 at Dayton O 16 MICHIGAN ST. (OT) O 22 at Indiana O 27 BOWLING GREEN O 30 UW-MILWAUKEE O 31 MARQUETTE N 4 OHIO STATE N 7 AKRON Goals: CSU - 33; Opp. - 20

1983 (10-7-3, 4-1-0)

S 3 WISCONSIN S 10 at Eastern Illinois S 14 EVANSVILLE (OT) S 17 UW-GREEN BAY S 20 PENN STATE S 24 vs. Brooklyn (OT) S 25 vs. Massachusetts S 30 at Western Illinois O 1 at SW Missouri State O 4 OHIO WESLEYAN (OT) O 8 vs. Tampa O 9 at South Florida O 15 at Michigan State O 22 INDIANA O 26 at Bowling Green O 29 at Marquette (OT) O 30 at UW-Milwaukee N 3 at Ohio State N 6 at Akron N 12 UIC Goals: CSU - 36; Opp. - 21

1984 (11-6-2, 3-0-1)

S 1 at Louisville S 4 FRESNO STATE S 7 at UIC S 9 at Wisconsin S 15 EASTERN ILLINOIS S 19 DAYTON S 23 at UW-Green Bay (OT) S 28 at Xavier S 30 at Evansville O 6 MARQUETTE O 9 MICHIGAN STATE O 12 at Penn State O 14 WESTERN ILLINOIS O 24 at Indiana O 24 BOWLING GREEN

W 2-0 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 4-5 W 1-0 T 1-1 W 4-2 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 6-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 0-6 W 3-2 W 2-0 W 5-2 W 3-1 T 0-0

W 1-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 T 2-2 T 0-0 W 5-1 L 0-3 W 1-0 T 1-1 L 0-3 W 5-1 W 5-1 W 3-2 W 2-0 L 2-3

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

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

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

Cleveland State In The Polls National Coaches’ Poll 1970.................................. 16th 1975.................................. 19th 1977.................................... 6th 1978.................................. 14th 1979.................................. 10th 1980.................................. 15th Midwest/Mideast Region 1970....................................3rd 1971.................................... 6th 1972.................................... 8th 1974.................................... 5th 1975.................................... 5th 1976.................................. 12th 1977.....................................1st 1978................................... 2nd 1979................................... 2nd 1981.................................... 5th 1982.................................... 4th 1983.................................... 7th 1984.................................... 5th Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association 1962.................................... 8th 1963.................................... 8th 1964.................................. 15th 1965.................................... 6th 1966.................................... 8th 1967.................................... 9th 1968....................................3rd 1969.....................................1st 1970.....................................1st 1971....................................3rd 1972.....................................1st 1973....................................3rd 1974.....................................1st 1975................................... 2nd 1976................................... 2nd 1977.....................................1st 1978.....................................1st 1979.....................................1st 1980................................... 2nd 1981................................... 2nd 1982....................................3rd 1983....................................3rd 1984................................... 2nd


Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u lt s O 27 UW-MILWAUKEE (OT) O 31 OHIO STATE N 7 WEST VIRGINIA N 10 AKRON Goals: CSU - 37; Opp. - 20

1985 (9-9-1, 2-2-0)

S 1 LOUISVILLE S 5 at Nevada-Las Vegas S 7 vs. California S 8 at Fresno State S 11 XAVIER S 13 WISCONSIN S 21 UW-GREEN BAY S 27 at Western Illinois S 29 at UW-Milwaukee O 2 at Ohio Wesleyan O 6 EVANSVILLE O 9 at Michigan State (OT) O 12 at Eastern Illinois O 18 INDIANA O 23 at Bowling Green O 26 at Marquette O 30 at Ohio State N 2 UIC N 9 at Akron Goals: CSU - 37; Opp. - 28

1986 (12-6-1, 4-1-1)

S 2 OHIO WESLEYAN S 6 at UIC S 7 at Wisconsin S 10 at Miami (Ohio) (OT) S 14 OAKLAND S 24 at Evansville S 27 at Yale S 29 at Maine O 1 OHIO STATE O 4 at UW-Green Bay O 8 MICHIGAN STATE O 12 EASTERN ILLINOIS O 17 at Indiana O 19 WESTERN ILLINOIS O 25 ILLINOIS STATE O 31 MARQUETTE N 2 UW-MILWAUKEE N 5 BOWLING GREEN N 9 at Penn State Goals: CSU - 31; Opp. - 22

1987 (9-10-1, 2-2-0)

S 1 at Ohio Wesleyan S 5 at Marquette S 12 MIAMI (Ohio) S 16 at Eastern Illinois S 19 UW-GREEN BAY S 23 at Western Illinois (OT) S 26 UIC S 27 WISCONSIN S 30 at Illinois State O 7 at Michigan State O 9 at Bowling Green (OT) O 11 at Ohio State O 13 at Oakland O 16 INDIANA O 18 at UW-Milwaukee O 23 vs. Stetson O 24 vs. George Washington O 30 EVANSVILLE N 4 CINCINNATI N 7 PHILA. TEXTILE (OT) Goals: CSU - 43; Opp. - 37

1988 (11-7-3, 4-0-1)

S 2 vs. Hartford S 3 vs. American (OT) S 9 MARQUETTE S 13 at Valparaiso S 16 UW-MILWAUKEE (OT) S 23 at UW-Green Bay

T W L L

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

W 4-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-4 W 7-0 W 5-1 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 0-2 T 1-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 1-0 W 6-0 L 1-5

W 1-0 W 3-1 L 3-6 T 0-0 W 1-0 L 0-6 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 4-0 W 1-0

W 1-0 L 0-1 W 5-1 L 1-3 W 5-1 L 2-4 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-1 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 2-6 L 1-2 W 5-2 L 2-4 W 3-2 W 5-0 T 3-3

W 1-0 T 0-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 2-0

S 25 at Wisconsin (OT) T 0-0 S 28 EASTERN ILLINOIS (OT) T 2-2 O 1 QUINCY W 4-1 O 2 BROOKLYN (OT) L 0-1 O 5 MICHIGAN STATE W 4-2 O 8 WESTERN ILLINOIS W 5-1 O 11 PENN STATE L 1-4 O 14 at Indiana L 0-5 O 18 at UIC W 6-0 O 21 OHIO STATE W 3-0 O 25 at Evansville L 0-1 O 28 at La Salle W 1-0 O 30 at Philadelphia Textile L 1-3 N 11 BOWLING GREEN W 1-0 N 11 AKRON L 0-1 Goals: CSU - 36; Opp. - 23

1989 (14-5-2, 4-2-0)

S 1 vs. William & Mary S 2 vs. UCLA S 5 WESTERN MICHIGAN S 17 at Marquette (OT) S 18 at UW-Milwaukee S 22 WISCONSIN S 23 UW-GREEN BAY S 29 NORTHWESTERN S 30 RICHMOND (OT) O 6 VALPARAISO O 8 SW MISSOURI STATE O 13 at Western Illinois O 15 at Eastern Illinois (OT) O 20 at Akron O 21 UIC O 24 at Penn State O 27 at New Mexico (OT) O 29 vs. U.S. International N 1 MIAMI (Ohio) N 3 at Bowling Green N 8 WRIGHT STATE Goals: CSU - 42; Opp. - 25

1990 (12-6-2, 5-2-0)

A 28 ST. BONAVENTURE A 31 vs. Hartwick S 2 vs. Fresno State S 7 at UW-Green Bay (OT) S 9 at Wisconsin (OT) S 14 at Santa Clara S 16 at San Jose State S 22 CENTRAL MICHIGAN S 29 at N. Illinois (OT) S 30 at UIC O 5 NEW MEXICO O 6 DARTMOUTH (OT) O 12 INDIANA O 13 VALPARAISO O 16 at Wright State O 19 EASTERN ILLINOIS O 20 WESTERN ILLINOIS O 23 AKRON N 2 at Miami (Ohio) N 4 BOWLING GREEN Goals: CSU - 52; Opp. - 20

1991 (6-12-0, 3-4-0)

S 7 vs. Ohio State S 8 vs. Marquette S at Indiana S 15 at Valparaiso S 20 vs. Cal-Berkeley S 22 at San Diego S 27 GEORGETOWN S 28 GEORGE MASON O 1 at Akron (OT) O 5 UIC O 9 WRIGHT STATE O 11 UW GREEN-BAY O 13 NORTHERN ILLINOIS O 19 at St. Bonaventure O MIAMI (Ohio) O 27 at Eastern Illinois (OT) O 31 WISCONSIN

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

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

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

W 2-1 L 0-1 L 1-4 W 3-1 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 2-4 L 1-2 W 1-0 L 0-2 W 6-0 L 2-3 W 2-1 W 3-2 L 2-6 L 0-2

N 3 BOWLING GREEN Goals: CSU - 28; Opp. - 39

1992 (3-14-2, 1-5-1)

L

S 12 vs. George Mason L S 13 vs. American L S 18 VALPARAISO * W S 20 ST. BONAVENTURE (OT) W S 25 SAN DIEGO (OT) L S 26 SANTA CLARA L S 29 at Miami (Ohio) L O 2 AKRON L O 4 at Bowling Green L O 9 WESTERN ILLINOIS * L O 11 EASTERN ILLINOIS * L O 13 MARQUETTE (OT) T O 15 at Robert Morris L O 20 WEST VIRGINIA L O 23 at UW-Green Bay * L O 25 at UIC * L O 30 BUFFALO W N 1 at N. Illinois (OT) * T N 6 at Wright State * L Goals: CSU - 28; Opp. - 52 * Mid-Continent Conference match

1993 (9-7-3, 5-1-2)

S 4 vs. Hartwick S 6 vs. Maryland S 11 MIAMI (Ohio) S 15 at Cincinnati S 17 ROBERT MORRIS S 19 XAVIER S 24 CENTRAL MICHIGAN S 25 WESTERN KENTUCKY O 3 at Wright State (OT) * O 8 at Western Illinois * O 10 at Eastern Illinois * O 15 UW-GREEN BAY * O 20 at Akron O 22 NORTHERN ILL. (OT) * O 24 UIC * O 27 BOWLING GREEN O 29 at Marquette O 31 at Valparaiso * N 5 UW-MILWAUKEE * Goals: CSU - 30; Opp. - 30 * Mid-Continent Conference match S

1994 (3-13-0, 1-8-0)

3 at St. Bonaventure

0-3

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

L 1-5 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 T 1-1 W 5-1 T 1-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 T 2-2 W 3-2 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 2-6

W 4-0

S 6 at Penn State L 0-3 S 9 at UW-Green Bay * L 2-4 S 13 MARQUETTE L 0-2 S 17 at La Salle * L 0-1 S 20 AKRON (OT) L 1-3 S 23 WEST VIRGINIA W 6-1 S 24 UW-MILWAUKEE L 1-3 S 28 at Miami (Ohio) L 1-3 O 2 WRIGHT STATE* L 0-4 O 12 at Detroit* L 1-2 O 16 at Xavier* W 1-0 O 21 at UIC* L 2-3 O 21 at Northern Illinois* L 0-3 O 26 at Bowling Green (OT) L 1-2 N 3 BUTLER* L 1-2 Goals: CSU - 21; Opp. - 36 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

1995 (3-12-2, 2-6-0)

S 2 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W 3-1 S 10 UIC* W 1-0 S 12 PENN STATE L 1-4 S 16 at UNLV (OT) T 1-1 S 17 vs. Santa Barbara L 0-2 S 22 CINCINNATI L 1-2 S 23 MIAMI (Ohio) (OT) T 2-2 S 26 at Akron L 0-2 O 6 at Loyola* L 1-3 O 10 UW-GREEN BAY* L 0-1 O 11 DETROIT* L 1-2 O 15 at UW-Milwaukee* L 0-5 O 20 at Marquette L 0-3 O 22 NORTHERN ILLINOIS* L 0-1 O 27 at Wright State (OT)* W 3-1 O 29 at Butler* L 0-1 MCC Tournament at DeKalb, Ill. N 2 vs. Detroit L 1-5 Goals: CSU - 21; Opp. - 36 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

1996 (8-8-3, 3-4-1)

A 31 ST. BONAVENTURE S 8 vs. UC-Sacramento S 11 at Miami (Ohio) S 14 BUFFALO (OT) S 20 PHILA. TEXTILE (OT) S 21 BRADLEY S 29 at Wright State O 1 AKRON O 8 DETROIT (OT)* O 13 at Butler*

W 5-2 L 0-1 W 1-0 T 0-0 T 1-1 W 3-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 T 2-2 L 1-3

Cleveland State’s NCAA Appearances 1968

Midwest Regional Division Championship Preliminary vs. Wheaton L............. 1-3 Consolation vs. Wooster W........... 3-1

1969 1970 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 2012

Regionals Quarterfinals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Quarterfinals Regionals Regionals Quarterfinals Regionals Quarterfinals First Round

* - Three Overtimes

National Playoffs vs. Michigan State vs. Saint Louis vs. SIU-Edwardsville vs. Saint Louis vs. SIU-Edwardsville vs. Saint Louis vs. SIU-Edwardsville* vs. Indiana vs. Milwaukee vs. Indiana vs. Milwaukee vs. Indiana at Michigan State

W........... 3-0 L............. 1-2 L............. 0-6 L............. 0-1 L............. 2-3 W........... 2-0 L............. 2-3 L............. 1-3 W........... 2-1 L............. 0-5 W........... 1-0 L............. 0-3 L............. 1-2


Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u lt s O 18 at UIC* W 2-0 O 24 CINCINNATI L 0-2 O 27 UW-GREEN BAY* L 1-2 O 28 at Northern Illinois* L 0-1 O 29 LOYOLA* W 4-1 N 1 UW-MILWAUKEE (OT)* L 0-1 N 3 at Ohio State W 1-0 MCC Tournament at Indianapolis, Ind. N 8 vs. Northern Illinois W 1-0 N 9 at Butler L 2-4 Goals: CSU - 25; Opp. - 22 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

1997 (8-11-2, 1-5-1)

A 30 at UW-Green Bay (OT)* T 0-0 S 1 at Valparaiso W 4-1 S 6 vs. UNC-Asheville W 4-0 S 7 at Kentucky L 0-1 S 14 BUTLER* L 2-3 S 16 at Akron L 2-3 S 19 NIAGARA T 1-1 S 20 CANISIUS W 2-0 S 24 ROBERT MORRIS W 6-1 S 28 UIC* L 0-1 O 1 at Detroit* L 0-2 O 5 WRIGHT STATE (OT)* L 1-2 O 10 at Loyola* W 2-1 O 12 at UW-Milwaukee* L 1-2 O 17 at Penn State L 0-2 O 22 OHIO STATE L 0-1 O 26 at St. Francis (Pa.) W 2-1 O 29 EASTERN MICHIGAN W 2-0 N 1 at Pittsburgh L 0-1 MCC Tournament at Milwaukee, Wisc. N 8 vs. Detroit W 3-2 N 9 vs. Butler L 0-2 Goals: CSU - 32; Opp. - 27 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

1998 (4-15-0, 1-6-0)

S 1 WESTERN MICHIGAN L 0-1 S 5 St. Francis Xavier W 3-1 S 6 Army L 0-3 S 9 AKRON L 0-2 S 13 at Butler* L 0-4 S 18 MIAMI L 2-3 S 19 MARSHALL L 2-3 S 27 at UIC* L 2-3 S 30 DETROIT* L 1-2 O 4 at Wright State (OT)* L 1-2 O 7 at Robert Morris (OT) W 2-1 O 11 LOYOLA* W 4-0 O 15 PENN STATE L 0-1 O 18 UW-GREEN BAY* L 2-3 O 23 UW-MILWAUKEE* L 1-2 O 25 ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) W 2-1 O 28 at Ohio State L 1-3 O 30 at Eastern Michigan L 3-4 MCC Tournament at Indianapolis, Ind. N 3 vs. Butler L 0-5 Goals: CSU - 26; Opp. - 44 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

1999 (2-14-2, 1-6-0)

S 1 at Western Michigan S 5 vs. IUPUI S 6 at Michigan State S 11 UW-GREEN BAY* S 14 at Notre Dame S 17 DUQUESNE S 18 TOWSON S 26 UIC* S 29 at Detroit* O 3 WRIGHT STATE* O 5 at Penn State O 7 at Akron O 10 at Loyola* O 13 OHIO STATE O 17 BUTLER* O 24 at UW-Milwaukee* O 27 PITTSBURGH

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

The 2006 Cleveland State squad was the most-improved NCAA Division I team in the country. MCC Tournament at Indianapolis, Ind. N 4 vs. UIC L 0-6 Goals: CSU - 8; Opp. - 47 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

2000 (3-13-1, 1-6-0 MCC)

S 1 WESTERN MICHIGAN T 1-1 S 5 MICHIGAN (OT) L 2-3 S 10 MICHIGAN STATE L 2-3 S 15 ROBERT MORRIS L 1-3 S 16 CANISIUS W 3-1 S 19 at Notre Dame L 1-2 S 22 NIAGARA W 2-1 S 27 DETROIT* W 7-3 O 1 at Wright State* L 0-3 O 8 at UIC* L 0-4 O 11 at Ohio State L 0-2 O 15 at Butler* L 1-3 O 19 UW-GREEN BAY* L 1-4 O 22 LOYOLA* L 1-2 O 25 at Pittsburgh L 1-2 O 28 UW-MILWAUKEE* L 0-1 MCC Tournament O 31 at UIC L 0-5 Goals: CSU - 23; Opp. - 43 * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match

2001 (3-15-0, 0-7-0 HL)

S 1 at Marshall L S 4 at Robert Morris W S 7 at Michigan L S 9 at Michigan State L S 15 at Loyola* L S 19 at Notre Dame L S 22 ST. BONAVENTURE W S 25 at Detroit* L S 29 WRIGHT STATE* L O 3 PITTSBURGH (2OT) L O 6 BUTLER* L O 10 OHIO STATE L O 14 UIC* L O 17 at UW-Green Bay* L O 21 UW-MILWAUKEE* L O 26 BOWLING GREEN L O 31 IPFW (2OT) W Horizon League Championship N 10 at UW-Milwaukee L Goals: CSU - 17; Opp. - 38 * Horizon League match

3-1 0-1 0-4 2-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-4 0-4 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-5 0-6 2002 (10-11-0, 5-2-0 0-2 A 30 NIAGARA 1-2 S 1 DUQUESNE 0-3 S 4 ROBERT MORRIS S 7 CINCINNATI

S 11 at Butler* W 2-1 S 14 IPFW L 2-6 S 20 at Kentucky L 1-3 S 22 vs. Marshall W 5-2 S 28 at St. Bonaventure L 1-4 O 2 DETROIT* W 3-2 O 6 at Wright State* W 3-1 O 9 LOYOLA* W 3-2 O 13 at UIC* L 2-5 O 17 UW-GREEN BAY* W 3-0 O 20 AKRON L 3-5 O 27 at UW-Milwaukee* L 0-7 O 30 at Pittsburgh L 0-3 N 3 at Bowling Green L 2-3 Horizon League Championship N 9 UW-GREEN BAY W 2-1 N 15 vs. UIC W 5-3 N 17 at UW-Milwaukee L 0-8 Goals: CSU - 42; Opp. - 61 * Horizon League match

2003 (6-13-1, 2-5-0 HL)

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

A 28 vs. Temple L 1-3 A 30 at Duquesne L 2-3 S 3 at Robert Morris W 3-2 S 6 at Loyola* W 3-2 S 9 at Niagara W 2-1 S 14 at Xavier W 2-0 S 17 at Cincinnati L 0-1 S 20 UIC (OT)* W 5-4 S 24 Pittsburgh W 3-2 S 26 UW-Milwaukee* L 2-4 O 1 at Detroit (OT)* L 1-2 O 4 Wright State* L 0-1 O 9 Marshall L 0-2 O 14 Notre Dame L 0-6 O 16 Bowling Green (2OT) T 2-2 O 21 at IPFW L 1-2 O 24 Butler* L 2-3 O 28 at Akron L 0-1 N 1 at UW-Green Bay* L 1-3 Horizon League Championship N 8 at Detroit L 0-1 Goals: CSU - 30; Opp. - 45 * Horizon League match

2-3

2004 (5-12-2, 0-6-1 HL)

S 3 at Louisville S 5 vs. Alabama A&M (2OT) S 15 DUQUESNE HL) S 19 at Marshall W 2-0 S 21 at IPFW (OT) L 0-1 S 24 XAVIER L 0-2 W 3-2

L 1-3 W 3-2 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 1-2 W 2-1

S 26 at UIC (2OT)* T S 29 NIAGARA T O 3 at Wright State* L O 5 ROBERT MORRIS W O 9 UW-GREEN BAY (2ot)* L O 11 AKRON L O 15 BUFFALO W O 17 LOYOLA* L O 20 DETROIT* L O 24 at Butler* L O 31 at UW-Milwaukee (OT)* L N 3 at Pittsburgh (OT) L Horizon League Championship N 6 at UW-Milwaukee L Goals: CSU - 30; Opp. - 45 * Horizon League match

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

2005 (0-17-1, 0-7-0 HL)

S 2 vs. Canisius (2OT) T 1-1 S 4 at Buffalo L 0-5 S 9 at Akron L 2-12 S 10 MARSHALL L 3-5 S 12 at Robert Morris L 0-2 S 18 at UW-Green Bay* L 1-5 S 22 at Duquesne L 0-3 S 29 UW-MILWAUKEE* L 0-1 O 2 BUTLER* L 0-4 O 4 at Niagara L 1-6 O 9 UIC (2OT)* L 1-2 O 11 IPFW (2OT) L 1-2 O 16 at Detroit* L 2-3 O 19 WRIGHT STATE* L 1-3 O 23 VALPARAISO L 2-5 O 26 at Bowling Green L 1-3 O 30 at Loyola* L 1-2 Horizon League Championship N 5 at Detroit L 0-1 Goals: CSU - 17; Opp. - 65 * Horizon League match

2006 (6-10-2, 3-4-0 HL)

A 25 ROBERT MORRIS A 27 CANISIUS A 30 at Pittsburgh S 3 WESTERN MICHIGAN S 6 at Marshall S 9 UW-GREEN BAY* S 13 NIAGARA S 17 at Valparaiso S 20 at Cincinnati S 24 LOYOLA (OT)* S 30 at Butler* O 3 at Rutgers O 8 at UIC

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

4-0 3-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 3-1 4-3 2-1 3-1 1-0 1-0 6-1 2-0


Y e a r - b y -Y e a r R e s u lt s O 11 at IPFW T O 15 at UW-Milwaukee* L O 18 DETROIT* W O 20 at Wright State* W Horizon League Championship O 28 at Loyola L Goals: CSU - 25; Opp. - 31 * Horizon League match

2007 (6-10-2, 3-4-0 HL)

A 26 at Akron L A 31 ST. BONAVENTURE L S 2 at Niagara W S 5 at Western Michigan W S 9 at Kentucky T S 14 vs Cal St. Northridge $ L S 16 vs Cal Poly $ L S 19 NOTRE DAME (OH) L S 23 at Duquesne L S 30 at Canisius W O 5 UIC* T O 7 LOYOLA* L O 12 at Green Bay* L O 14 at Milwaukee* L O 19 BUTLER* L O 21 at Wright State* L O 26 DETROIT* L O 28 at Duke L N 2 at Valparaiso* L Horizon League Championship N 9 at Green Bay T Goals: CSU - 12; Opp. - 28 * Horizon League match

2008 (9-8-3, 5-2-1 HL)

A 30 vs. Seattle S 1 at UC Irvine S 5 at Missouri State S 6 vs. Drake S 12 NIAGARA S 19 at St. Bonaventure S 21 at Akron S 26 at UIC* S 28 at Loyola* O 3 GREEN BAY* O 5 MILWAUKEE* O 8 IPFW O 11 VALPARAISO* O 17 at Detroit* O 22 at Ohio State O 25 WRIGHT STATE*

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

N 2 at Butler* T Horizon League Championship N 9 WRIGHT STATE W N 14 at Butler W N 16 vs. Loyola L Goals: CSU - 24; Opp. - 29 * Horizon League match

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

2009 (7-8-5, 4-2-2 HL)

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

L 0-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 L 0-3 T 3-3 T 0-0 L 1-2 L 0-5 L 0-5 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 3-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 3-0

S 1 ST. BONAVENTURE W 3-0 S 5 vs. Santa Clara L 2-3 S 7 at UC Irvine L 0-2 S 11 at IUPUI (2 OT) T 2-2 S 18 at Buffalo L 0-1 S 20 at Niagara W 2-1 S 25 LOYOLA* W 1-0 S 27 UIC* (2 OT) T 1-1 O 2 at Milwaukee* (2 OT) T 0-0 O 4 at Green Bay* L 0-3 O 9 at Ohio State L 0-2 O 11 SIU EDWARDSVILLE (OT) W 1-0 O 14 at IPFW L 1-2 O 18 DETROIT* (2 OT) W 4-3 O 21 at Pittsburgh (2 OT) T 2-2 O 24 at Wright State* W 2-0 O 31 BUTLER* W 1-0 N 7 at Valparaiso* L 1-2 Horizon League Championship N 10 UIC (2 OT) T 0-0 N 13 at Butler L 1-2 Goals: CSU - 24; Opp. - 26 * Horizon League match

2010 (9-10-1, 4-3-1 HL)

S 1 at St. Bonaventure S 5 NIAGARA S 10 vs. Northwestern S 12 at Northern Illinois S 17 at SIU Edwardsville S 19 IPFW S 24 at UIC* S 26 at Loyola* O 1 GREEN BAY* O 3 MILWAUKEE* (2 OT) O 6 PITTSBURGH O 9 VALPARAISO* O 11 BUFFALO O 15 at Detroit* O 17 at IUPUI (2 OT) O 23 WRIGHT STATE* O 30 AKRON N 5 at Butler* (2 OT)

L 0-1 W 2-1 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 T 0-0

Horizon League Championship N 9 DETROIT W 2-1 N 12 at Butler L 1-2 Goals: CSU - 20; Opp. - 28 * Horizon League match

2011 (9-9-1, 5-2-1 HL)

A 27 at Akron L 0-5 S 3 at Bowling Green W 2-1 S 9 at San Jose State W 2-0 S 11 at Santa Clara L 0-2 S 14 at Wake Forest L 1-2 S 18 ROBERT MORRIS (OT) L 1-2 S 21 ST. BONAVENTURE L 1-2 S 24 VALPARAISO* (2 OT) T 0-0 S 27 at Wright State* (OT) L 1-2 O 1 at Milwaukee* W 3-2 O 5 at Pittsburgh (OT) W 1-0 O 8 LOYOLA* W 4-0 O 14 at UIC* W 2-1 O 19 IUPUI L 0-1 O 22 GREEN BAY* L 1-2 O 26 at Butler* W 2-1 O 30 CANISIUS W 2-1 N 4 DETROIT* W 2-0 Horizon League Championship N 8 LOYOLA L 0-1 Goals: CSU - 24; Opp. - 26 * Horizon League match

2012 (11-6-3, 4-1-2 HL)

A 24 at Robert Morris W 2-0 A 31 at Oakland L 0-1 S 2 at Michigan W 3-0 S 7 at Brown L 0-2 S 9 vs. Siena W 3-2 S 14 BOWLING GREEN L 0-1 S 18 at Duquesne W 2-0 S 22 at Detroit* L 1-3 S 26 at Cincinnati T 0-0 S 29 at Wisconsin L 1-2 O 3 BELMONT W 4-0 O 9 WRIGHT STATE* W 2-1 O 13 at Valparaiso* T 0-0 O 20 MILWAUKEE* W 2-1 O 24 at Loyola* W 3-2 O 27 UIC* W 1-0 N 3 at Green Bay* T 1-1 Horizon League Championship N 9 vs. Valparaiso W 1-0 N 11 vs. Loyola W 2-0 NCAA Championship N 15 at Michigan State L 2-1 Goals: CSU - 29; Opp. - 18 * Horizon League matc

2013 (8-12, 3-4 HL)

On October 30, 2010, Cleveland State defeated Akron, the eventual national champion, 2-1, becoming the only team to beat the Zips that season.

A 30 at Orgon State L S 1 at Portland W S 4 at Louisville L S 8 MARSHALL W S 13 at Belmont L S 15 vs. Lipscomb L S 18 DUQUESNE W S 22 BUFFALO L S 28 OAKLAND* L O 2 CINCINNATI L O 5 at UIC* L O 9 AKRON L O 12 GREEN BAY* W O 16 at Bowling Green W O 23 DETROIT* W O 27 at Ohio State L O 30 at Wright State* W N 2 VALPARAISO* L N 9 at Milwaukee* L N 12 WRIGHT STATE* (Forfeit) W Goals: CSU - 23; Opp. - 29 * Horizon League match

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

2014 (6-12-1, 4-4 HL)

A 29 SALEM INT’L W A 31 MARSHALL W S 5 at N.C. State L S 7 at Wake Forest L S 12 at California L S 14 at Sacramento State L S 24 at Cincinnati L S 27 at Milwaukee* W O 4 at Belmont* W O 7 BOWLING GREEN L O 11 OAKLAND* L O 15 at Wright State* W O 18 VALPARAISO* L O 25 at Detroit* L O 28 at Akron L N 1 UIC* W N 7 GREEN BAY* L Horizon League Championship N 10 VALPARAISO $ T N 13 at Oakland L Goals: CSU - 19; Opp. - 38 * Horizon League match $ Won 4-3 in PK’s

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


2015 S C H E D U L E AUGUST Day Date Opponent Tuesday 18 MERCYHURST (Exhibition) Saturday 22 at St. Francis (Pa.) (Exhibition) Sunday 30 ROBERT MORRIS

Location Krenzler Field Loretto, Pa. Krenzler Field

Time 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

SEPTEMBER Wednesday 2 at Dayton Dayton, Ohio Sunday 6 at Bowling Green Bowling Green, Ohio Friday 11 vs. Cornell (@ Duquesne Invitational) Pittsburgh, Pa. Sunday 13 at Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Saturday 19 WRIGHT STATE * Krenzler Field Wednesday 23 CINCINNATI Krenzler Field Saturday 26 at Valparaiso * Valparaiso, Ind.

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

OCTOBER Saturday 3 DETROIT * Wednesday 7 NORTHERN KENTUCKY * Saturday 10 at Oakland * Tuesday 13 at Pittsburgh Saturday 17 BELMONT * Wednesday 21 at Ohio State Saturday 24 MILWAUKEE * Saturday 31 at Green Bay *

Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Rochester, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. Krenzler Field Columbus, Ohio Krenzler Field Green Bay, Wisc.

3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER Friday

Chicago, Ill.

8:00 p.m.

Monday Thursday Saturday

6 9 12 14

at UIC *

2015 Horizon League Championship First Round at Campus Sites Semifinals at No. 1 Seed Championship at No. 1 Seed

TBA TBA TBA

Home Matches In BOLD CAPS | * Denotes Horizon League Match | All Times EASTERN

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2015 Cleveland State Men's Soccer Informational Guide  

2015 Cleveland State Men's Soccer Informational Guide

2015 Cleveland State Men's Soccer Informational Guide  

2015 Cleveland State Men's Soccer Informational Guide

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