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Table of Contents

2010 Men’s Soccer Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 27 Oct. 30 Nov. 3 Nov. 6 Nov. 12 Nov. 14

Northeastern Michigan State at New Mexico # vs. Denver # at Princeton Penn at Cincinnati * Adelphi West Virginia * at American at Providence * Seton Hall * Villanova * at Pittsburgh * Marquette * Connecticut * at Notre Dame * BIG EAST Play-in BIG EAST Quarterfinal BIG EAST Semifinal BIG EAST Championship

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# TLC Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Lobo Invite; Albuquerque, N.M. * BIG EAST Conference game

Schedule Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Sports in D.C. John J. DeGioia Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D. Lee Reed Head Coach Brian Wiese Assistant Coaches / Supports Staff 2010 Preview 2010 Roster 2010 Team Did You Know? 2009 Statistics Year-by-Year Results Series vs. Opponents Records Honors & Awards Team Awards Goals Unlimited Compliance The BIG EAST Conference

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Credits The 2010 Georgetown Men’s Soccer Gameday Program is published by the Sports Information Office. It was written and compiled by Associate Sports Information Director Barbara Barnes. Editing, coordination and assistance on the program was provided by Publications Coordinator Diana T. Pulupa. Editorial assistance provided by Bill Shapland, Mike “Mex” Carey, Ryan Sakamoto, Haley Rossiter, John Lim, Brian Burbank and the Georgetown men’s soccer staff. Photography by Raphael Suanes, Georgetown University Photographer Phil Humnicky, Ned Dishman and university archives. Design by Old Hat Creative; Norman, Okla. Printing by Frank Gumpert Printing; Annapolis, Md. Special thanks to Robert Smith and the Old Hat Creative staff as well as Matt Marzullo, Tina Friia and the Frank Gumpert staff.

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UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT Georgetown is a Catholic and Jesuit, student-centered research university.

Established in 1789 in the spirit of the new republic, the University was founded on the principle that serious and sustained discourse among people of different faiths, cultures, and beliefs promotes intellectual, ethical and spiritual understanding. We embody this principle in the diversity of our students, faculty and staff, our commitment to justice and the common good, our intellectual openness and our international character. An academic community dedicated to creating and communicating knowledge, Georgetown provides excellent undergraduate, graduate and professional education in the Jesuit tradition for the glory of God and the well-being of humankind. Georgetown educates women and men to be reflective lifelong learners, to be responsible and active participants in civic life, and to live generously in service to others.

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GEORGETOWN STUDENT HONORS In its history, Georgetown has attracted some of the nation’s top students, whose achievements include some of the most prestigious awards in higher education:

23 Rhodes Scholarships for study at Oxford

University since 1984

Marshall Scholarships for study in England

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Mellon Fellowships for graduate study in the United States

Luce Foundation Scholarships for study in the Far East

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Truman Scholarships for study leading to public service since 1977

the study of science and engineering

Mitchell Scholarships for study in Ireland

32 Clare Boothe Luce Scholarships for women in 9 14

Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study

Goldwater Scholarships for study in math, science and engineering

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MAJORS AT GEORGETOWN Georgetown College American Musical Culture American Studies Anthropology Arabic Art History Biochemistry Biology Biology of Global Health Chemistry Chinese Classics Comparative Literature Computer Science Economics English Environmental Biology French German Government History Interdisciplinary Studies Italian

Japanese Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Studies Neurobiology Philosophy Physics Political Economy Portuguese Psychology Russian Science and Engineering Sociology Spanish Studio Art Theater and Performance Studies Theology Women’s and Gender Studies

The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Culture & Politics International Economics

International History International Politics International Political Economy Regional & Comparative Studies Science, Technology, & International Affairs

The Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business Accounting Finance International Business Management Marketing Operations & Information Management

School of Nursing and Health Studies Health Care Management & Policy Human Science International Health Nursing

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WASHINGTON, D.C. ... A CITY LIKE NO OTHER Located less than five miles from the U.S. Capitol and the National Mall, Georgetown University and its community witnessed history in the making as President Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States of America on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. History then made its way to the Hilltop as President Obama delivered a speech in Gaston Hall on Georgetown’s campus on April 14, 2009.

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CHRiS COOLEY

Alexander Ovechkin

SERENA WILLIAMS

RYAN ZIMMERMAN

Washington, D.C., a true sports town, has a team in every major league.

Monique Curry

JOHN WALL Andy Najar

Abby Wambach

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JOHN J.

DeGIOIA President

For over three decades, John J. DeGioia

has helped to define and strengthen Georgetown University as a premier institution for education and research. Since graduating from the University in 1979, he has served both as a senior administrator and as a faculty member. On July 1, 2001, he became Georgetown’s 48th president. As president, Dr. DeGioia is deeply committed to sustaining academic excellence at Georgetown. He has helped to recruit intellectual leaders to the faculty and secured substantial funding for scholarly research and academic programs. Under Dr. DeGioia’s leadership, the University completed in December 2003 the largest fund-raising effort in University history, the Third Century Campaign. The $1 billion capital campaign benefited Georgetown’s Main, Medical, and Law Center campuses to secure endowment funds for curriculum and faculty support, increase student financial aid, and build and renovate facilities. In 2002-2003, Dr. DeGioia oversaw the largest expansion of campus facilities, with the

DANIEL R. PORTERFIELD, Ph.D. SENIOR Vice-president for strategic development

Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D. (C’83) serves

as Senior Vice President for Strategic Development and as Assistant Professor of English. Porterfield has played an oversight role with Athletics for the past seven years, including serving as Interim Athletics Director in 2009-10, chairing the search process that recruited current Athletics Director Lee E. Reed to the Francis X. Rienzo Chair of 6

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Southwest Quadrangle - a one million squarefoot complex of student housing; study, seminar and music rooms; and a new Jesuit Community Residence - at the forefront. Dr. DeGioia addresses broader issues in higher education as a Chair of the Board of Directors of Campus Compact and of the Forum for the Future of Higher Education. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities; the Board of Directors for the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities; the Executive Committee of the Council on Competitiveness; the Business-Higher Education Forum; the Steering Committee of the Talloires Network; the Big East Conference Executive Committee; and is a Commissioner on the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. To prepare young people for leadership roles in the global community, Dr. DeGioia has expanded opportunities for intercultural and interreligious dialogue, welcomed world leaders to campus, and convened international conferences to address challenging issues. He represents Georgetown at the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, where he recently served as Chair of the Education Committee. Dr. DeGioia has enhanced Georgetown’s relationship with the many political, cultural, corporate, and economic resources of Washington, D.C. He serves on the Greater Washington Board of Trade and the Federal City Council. Dr. DeGioia is

also a strong supporter of Georgetown’s social justice initiatives that seek to improve opportunities for Washington’s underserved neighborhoods. As the first lay president of a Jesuit university, Dr. DeGioia places special emphasis on sustaining and strengthening Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit identity and its responsibility to serve as a voice and an instrument for justice. He has also been a strong advocate for inter-religious dialogue. He is a member of the Order of Malta, a lay religious order of the Roman Catholic Church dedicated to serving the sick and the poor. Dr. DeGioia is a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgetown University in 1979 and his PhD in Philosophy from the University in 1995. He has most recently taught “Ethics and Global Development,” “Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis,” and a seminar on “Ways of Knowing.” Prior to his appointment as president, Dr. DeGioia held a variety of senior administrative positions at Georgetown, including senior vice president, responsible for university-wide operations, and dean of student affairs. In 2004, he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Academia from the Sons of Italy. And he was named a Washingtonian of the Year by The Washingtonian magazine in 2008. Dr. DeGioia was raised in Orange, Connecticut, and Hanford, California. He and his wife, Theresa Miller DeGioia, a Georgetown alumna, and their son, John Thomas, live in Washington, D.C.

Athletics at Georgetown, and strengthening student-athlete leadership opportunities. Porterfield has served as a senior leader at Georgetown for more than 13 years. As senior vice president for strategic development, he leads university initiatives in government relations, social impact strategy, communications, branding, and new project development. In 2010-11, he is leading a strategic planning process to enhance the scope and impact of the University’s Center for Social Justice. An English professor who teaches literature courses dealing with human rights, education and social justice, he is the recipient of the 2003 Dorothy M. Brown Award for outstanding service to students, the 2008 Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Award for Faculty Excellence in Georgetown College, and the 2010 Faculty of the Year Award from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Porterfield is a 1983 graduate of Georgetown College and was a recipient of a Rhodes Scholarship and a Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities. He earned his Ph.D. degree at The City University of New York Graduate Center. Prior to coming to Georgetown in 1997, he served for four years as a senior aide to Health and Human Services Secretary Donna E. Shalala. In the 1980’s Dr. Porterfield founded Georgetown University’s D.C. Schools Project and After School Kids Program, two on-going social justice projects that allow several hundred students a year to work with immigrant children and at-risk youth. He now serves on the board of directors of The Cristo Rey Network, Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School, and Jesuit Refugee Service/USA. Dr. Porterfield is married to Karen A. Herrling (C ‘84, L ‘90). They have three children and live on campus in faculty housing.


LEE

REED

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Lee Reed was named the 17th director

of athletics (Francis X. Rienzo chair) at Georgetown University in April 2010. As director of athletics, Reed will oversee the operations of all Georgetown University intercollegiate athletics programs, which includes 29 sports and more than 750 student-athletes Reed takes over for Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D., Georgetown’s senior vice-president for strategic development who served as interim director of athletics during the 2009-10 academic year. Reed comes to Georgetown after serving as the director of athletics at Cleveland State University in Ohio for eight years. A former basketball standout at Cleveland State, he joined the Vikings Athletics Department in the summer of 2002. “Lee is committed to educational excellence and competitive success and I am confident that with his leadership we will continue to recruit and support first-rate coaches and studentathletes who maintain the University’s tradition of academic and athletic success,’ Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia said. “This has been a thorough search process and we look forward to the contributions he will make to our athletics program and the lives of our student-athletes.” Under Reed’s leadership the Viking athletics program moved into the upper ranks of the Horizon League and was recognized as one of the top programs in the state of Ohio. Reed oversaw a department that captured 11 Horizon League Championships, as well as six runner-up finishes in the last three years. In addition, Cleveland State University has been represented at the NCAA Championship 15 times during that span. Reed’s plan and vision led the Vikings to claim the James J. McCafferty Trophy during the 2007-08 season, an honor recognizing the Horizon League’s all-sport champion. It was the first

time that CSU captured the award. CSU won the league’s Men’s All-Sports Award, while the Vikings finished third in the Women’s All-Sports Award. The Vikings, who had never finished higher than fifth place in the McCafferty standings, became just the fourth current Horizon League school to win the award. Reed is well-respected nationally, having represented the Horizon League on the NCAA Management Council and as the president of the NCAA I-AAA Athletic Director’s Association in 2007-08. He is also a member of the NCAA Basketball Academic Enhancement Group, a working group composed of presidents, chancellors, head coaches, commissioners, athletic directors and faculty athletic representatives, which was established to develop strategies to enhance the academic performance and graduation rates of NCAA Division I men’s basketball. Reed has served as chairman of the John McLendon Memorial Minority Postgraduate Scholarship Awards committee, which is operated through NACDA, Reed also served

as a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. In March of 2005, he was named one of the 50 Most Powerful African-Americans in Sports by Black Enterprise magazine. Reed rejoined the Vikings after spending the previous seven years (1995-02) at Eastern Michigan University, the last four as associate athletic director for internal affairs. As associate athletic director, Reed oversaw all internal affairs of the department, including compliance, operations and facilities. He had administrative oversight for seven Olympic sports, coordinating fund raising, budget development and the hiring and evaluation of coaches. He administered the athletic department’s $3.5 million grant-in-aid budget that covered 21 sports. A four-year letterman in men’s basketball at Cleveland State, Reed played on teams that compiled a 61-47 mark, serving as team captain for the 1982-83 season. Reed then served as an assistant men’s basketball coach at the University of New Mexico from 1984-86. He later received a master’s degree in sports administration from UNM in 1994.

ADMINISTRATIVE Staff

Debby Morey

Brian McGuire

Dan O’Neil

Associate AD Business & Finance / SWA

Associate AD Facilities & Operations

Associate AD External Affairs

Mark Rountree

Jamie Breslin

Blanton Jones

Associate AD Compliance

Assistant AD Events & Operations

Director Athletic Development

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HEAD COACH

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he 2010 season marks the fifth campaign on the Hilltop for head coach Brian Wiese. Last year, the Hoyas had an outstanding season finishing fourth in the BIG EAST’s Blue Division with an overall record of 9-8-2 and earning a berth in the BIG EAST Tournament. Georgetown also defeated its first ranked opponent under Wiese, downing No. 19 UCLA 2-0. Wiese continued to build a Hoya team that qualified for its third-consecutive BIG EAST Tournament after a five-year drought. Following his first season in 2006, Wiese and his staff brought in one of the biggest recruiting classes in school history as the Hoyas welcomed 11 newcomers to the program. The Hoyas have had continued success in recruiting bringing in players ranked among the top 100 in the nation two years in a row. Wiese earned his first collegiate head coaching job at Georgetown in March 2006 after a successful stint as the associate head coach at the University of Notre Dame. From 1996-2005, Wiese worked under nationally-recognized coach Bobby Clark for five seasons at Stanford University and then for five more at Notre Dame. In those 10 seasons, the teams posted a combined record of 136-48-25, advanced to ninestraight NCAA Tournaments and made one trip to the championship match. Wiese has worked with 11 All-Americans and eight

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Fifth Season Career Record: 33-35-6 Academic All-America selections during his career as well as four players who were candidates for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, recognizing the Division I National Player of the Year. Wiese joined Notre Dame as an assistant in 2001 and was promoted to associate head coach in 2005. During his time with the Irish, he helped guide the team to five NCAA Tournament appearances (reaching the Sweet 16 in 2003 and 2005), to the 2003 BIG EAST Tournament title and the 2004 BIG EAST regular season title. He was named to CollegeSoccerNews.com’s Top Assistant Coaches List in 2001 and was part of the BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year on two occasions (2001 and 2003). Prior to his stint at Notre Dame, Wiese spent five years (1996-2001) as an assistant coach at Stanford University. The Cardinal posted a 71-21-12 record during that time and made four NCAA Tournament appearances. The team posted a 10-4-4 record in 1996, its first winning season in four years, was ranked second in the country in 1997 when they went 13-5-2 and finished the 1998 season No. 2 in the country after reaching the NCAA title game and finishing 18-5-2. In 2000, Stanford was ranked No. 1 in the country during the season, finished 18-3-1 overall

and advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. That year, the Cardinal posted a 0.44 goals-against average, the best in the country, and were second in the country with 68 goals scored. During his time at Stanford, Wiese earned a master’s of science degree in product design (mechanical engineering) in 1998. A 1995 graduate of Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, Wiese earned a bachelor of arts in mechanical engineering. A goalkeeper, he was a three-time All-Ivy League selection, two-time Academic All-Ivy League honoree, was named the team’s most valuable player in 1993 and captained the team as a senior. Wiese played professionally briefly for the Bulawayo Highlanders in Zimbabwe. He began his coaching career in 1995, serving as the head coach of the Upper Valley Lightning boys U-15 club team in New Hampshire. Following that, he moved out west, taking over as the head coach of the Del Mar (San Diego) Tsunami girls U-17 club team from 1995-96. Wiese and his wife Becky have three children Morgan (9), Ted (7) and Maya (5).


ASSISTANT COACHES & STAFF

ZACH

BRIAN

SAMOL

Zach Samol will be roaming the Hoya sidelines for the fifth season in 2010. He is no stranger to success as he has helped both Yale University and Boston College to league titles and NCAA Tournament appearances. Prior to joining the coaching staff at Georgetown, Samol spent 2002-05 as an assistant coach at Yale University. The Longmeadow, Mass., native helped guide the team to its first Ivy League Title since 1991 and an appearance in the 2005 NCAA Tournament. From the summer of 2000 through the summer of 2002, Samol was an assistant coach at Boston College and played an integral role in helping the Eagles to the BIG EAST Championship in 2000 and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in 2000 and 2001. Samol played his collegiate soccer at Dartmouth College, graduating in 1998 and was a 1997 All-Ivy League selection before earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Following his graduation, Samol played professionally from 1998-2003 with the Connecticut Wolves (A-League), the Cape Cod Crusaders (D-3 Pro League), the Boston Bulldogs (A-League) and the Western Mass Pioneers (D-3 Pro League), where he concluded his pro career. Samol, who holds a USSF “B” National Coaching License, is a resident of Washington, D.C., and is also the head coach of the Potomac U.S. Soccer Development Academy U-17/18 team.

Past Georgetown Coaches Years Record Head Coach 2006-pres. 33-35-6 Brian Wiese 1984-2005 220-187-23 Keith D. Tabatznik 1981-83 11-27-9 Mike Dillon 1980 1-12-1 Scott Strasburg 1977-79 7-29-2 Tim Cooney 1975-76 6-14-2 Bill Smith 1970-74 24-35-9 Paul Kennedy 1966-69 21-19-2 Ricardo Mendoza 1961-65 14-28-1 Bill Lauritzen 1958-60 12-12-2 Steve Benedek 1955-57 7-22-1 Dan Mulcahy 1954 1-8-0 Robert Windish 1952-53 0-9-1 Rev. Frederick Brew 54 Seasons 348-429-57 (.451)

ANDREW

GILL

Brian Gill is in his first season on the

Hilltop coming to Georgetown from Seattle University. He will serve as the recruiting coordinator helping with all aspects of the program. Gill served as the Redhawks’ goalkeeper’s coach for one season helping build the program which transitioned from Division II to Division I in 2009. Seattle finished the season in the top four in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation during the regular season. At Seattle he was involved in all facets of the program including coaching, recruiting, film and scouting. Additionally, he was a staff coach with both Washington Premier and Crossfire Premier Soccer Clubs. He was the goalkeeper coach at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., for two seasons prior as the Leopards posted 17 shutouts and had a goals-against average of under one goal per game. Previously, Gill spent three seasons as the goalkeeper coach at his alma mater Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J., where he also assisted with scouting and recruiting. Gill was a two-time team MVP at Rider, helping the team reach the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship game in 2000 and 2003. He also played for the Brooklyn Knights of the USL’s Premier Development League from 2001 to 2003. Gill has an NSCAA National Diploma, a National Goalkeepers Diploma and a USSF D License. Gill spent five seasons on the coaching staff of MatchFit Academy FC and two years as an assistant coach and goalie trainer for the New Jersey Olympic Development Program (ODP). He graduated magna cum laude from Rider with a degree in secondary education and history. He is working towards his master’s degree in sport administration and leadership.

QUINN

Andrew Quinn joins the Georgetown staff as a volunteer assistant coach, he comes to the Hilltop with playing experience at both the Division I level and in the MLS. Quinn will work primarily with the goalkeepers. Quinn was added to the D.C. United roster after the 2010 preseason but did not see game action after suffering a knee injury early in the year. In his four-year career at the University of Notre Dame, Quinn played in 37 career games with the Irish posting 33 starts. He had nine shutouts and 119 saves to his credit. During his time at Notre Dame, the Irish won a pair of BIG EAST titles and went to four-consecutive NCAA Tournaments. After redshirting as a freshman, Quinn moved into the rotation as a redshirt senior appearing and starting in 16 games before suffering a season-ending injury against Georgetown. During his fifth year, the Silver Spring, Md., native started 12 games recording 37 saves. He was a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Quinn graduated in 2010 with a degree in psychology and sociology. The local product starred at DeMatha Catholic High School starting in goal for three seasons and earning four varsity letters. He led the squad to two-consecutive WCAC Championships and posted threeconsecutive seasons with 10 shutouts. DeMatha was nationally-ranked for three seasons and ranked No.1 in the nation in 2004 after going undefeated. Quinn was a three-time All-Conference honoree. Quinn resides in Silver Spring, Md.

Support Staff

Barbara Barnes

Shelly Habel

Mike Hill

Associate SID / Men’s Soccer Contact

Associate Director of the Academic Resource Center for Student-Athlete Services

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

William “Jay” Hubbard Assistant Athletic Trainer

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2010 PREVIEW Veteran leadership will be the key for the 2010 Georgetown University men’s soccer team. A core of 11 seniors heads up the talented group which returns eight starters from last year’s team. Combining this experience with proven juniors, sophomores who saw action last season and an exceptional freshman class will make for one of the deepest squads Head Coach Brian Wiese has seen in his time on the Hilltop. Depth will make a difference as the Hoyas battle five NCAA Tournament teams in nonconference play and playing in the incredibly talented BIG EAST Conference. Leading the way on offense will be a number of upperclassmen forwards. The forwards lost no seniors to graduation and enter the season with a balanced attack. Senior captain Jose Colchao will return after starting all 19 games last season. Colchao led the Hoyas in 2009 with four goals and five assists for 13 points. Joining Colchao up front will be a combination of classmate Chandler Diggs, junior Uche Onyeador and sophomore Andy Riemer. Diggs was Georgetown’s third-leading scorer a season ago with four goals and two assists. He split time starting with Onyeador who had two goals and one assist on the year for five points. The one-two punch of Colchao and his cohorts up front was an effective attack, but when looking for a spark late in the game the coaching staff looked to rookie Riemer to make a quick impact. Riemer didn’t disappoint, posting four goals and one assist on the season for nine points all coming in reserve. Senior Tom St. George looks to break into the rotation after three years working hard in practice. St. George has the ability to play both forward and midfield and is a smart player who can contribute in reserve and is familiar with the system. Joining him looking to make an impact is sophomore Mark Luxama. As a freshman, Luxama didn’t see game action but played a key role in practice. The staff is looking for him to break into the rotation 10

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this season. Keegan Carter, Gabe Padilla and Justin Moo Young round out a group of players that may see time at either forward or midfield. All three freshmen will have to play their way into minutes on the pitch, but come from outstanding programs making one of the deepest squads the Hoyas have seen in years. In the midfield, the Hoyas will welcome back seniors Rob Burnett and Seth C’deBaca as well as sophomore Ian Christianson. Burnett and C’deBaca are both veteran midfielders with C’deBaca running the outside and Burnett controlling the middle. C’deBaca was last season’s second-leading scorer with three goals and a teamhigh five assists for 11 points. Burnett posted two assists and contributed on defense as well rotating back when necessary. Christianson came to the Hilltop as a highly-touted recruit and didn’t disappoint. As a freshman he had one goal in 13 games after suffering a knee injury mid-way through the year. Christianson’s impact was felt in the middle as he served as a starting point for a number of goals and was able to contribute on the defensive end. Joining this group and looking to fill the spot left by graduate Scott Larrabee, is senior transfer Henry Tembon. The London, England, native transferred to Georgetown for his final year of eligibility. Tembon spent a year playing at the University of Virginia and is expected to see minutes in the middle. Also joining the midfield are freshmen Steve Neumann and Joey Dillon. Neumann is a true midfielder who will be working to

break into the rotation in a very deep and talented group. Dillon can play in the midfield or on defense; the coaching staff sees him as a player who can move around on the pitch to help out wherever necessary. Georgetown’s defense took the biggest hit due to graduation with the loss of All-BIG EAST defender Len Coleman and Mark Zeman, a mainstay in the lineup since his freshman season. The coaching staff will be looking to fill a central defender role, especially a student-athlete who can control headers as well as someone to take corner kicks. Leading the way will be senior co-captain Alex Verdi and classmate Ibu Otegbeye. Both have played significant minutes in their careers and have the ability to run the defensive unit. Verdi started in all 19 games last year and got into the act on offense with one goal and two assists to his credit. Otegbeye returned from injury as a sophomore to start in 16 games last season with one assist. Looking to fill the two vacant positions is senior Ben Slingerland as well as sophomore Jimmy Nealis and Tommy Muller. Slingerland is a tall defender that saw limited action last year, but has the ability to fill the middle and posted his first career start in 2009. Muller and Nealis both saw significant time as rookies coming in as reserves. Nealis appeared in all 19 games with seven starts on defense. He is an incredibly quick player who can move up the field with the ball. Nealis had two goals and as many assists as a freshman. Muller played in eight games with three starts after injury kept him off of the pitch for much of the season. He tallied one assist and is expected to play a larger role as a sophomore. Nick Van Hollen and Ted Helfrich both come in as freshmen and may be forced to see game action. Both come from solid soccer backgrounds and will be expected to be ready in a group with a lot of movement from last season.

In the net, it will be keeper by committee once again with three talented returners as well as one of the top-ranked freshmen in the nation according to topdrawersoccer.com. Senior co-captain Matthew Brutto and classmate Mark Wilber will once again split time as the coaching staff will have the luxury to play the keeper that fits the game. This tactic has worked well with the two goalkeepers combining for 18 shutouts over the past two seasons. Brutto is a more tactical player who has success against organized squads. He runs the squad from his position in back and has the ability to see plays develop. Brutto posted three shutouts with 39 saves to his credit. He appeared in nine games starting in seven after a knee injury took him out of half the season. Wilber started 11 contests for the Hoyas as a junior with five shutouts and 36 saves. He is an incredibly athletic keeper who can come up with big saves when necessary. The tall goalkeeper suffered a concussion last year that forced him out for a number of games but he is back at 100 percent and will see action in the net. Rounding out the fourman corps are junior Erik Garciamendez and freshman Keon Parsa. Garciamendez played in one game last season after a series of injuries forced him to step up. While he will still be played behind Wilber and Brutto, the junior has the ability to come in and make stops. Parsa comes to the Hilltop with a solid soccer resume but will have to learn the Georgetown system before breaking into the rotation. To the casual observer, the Hoyas look to be quite similar to last year’s squad which went to the BIG EAST Tournament. However, underneath the surface there has been movement and a number of returners enter the season older and wiser. With an incredibly veteran group these Hoyas have the ability, poise and leadership to make an impact in 2010.


2010 ROSTER Roster Breakdown Hoyas by Class Seniors (11): Brutto, Burnett, C’deBaca, Colchao, Diggs, Otegbeye, Slingerland, St. George, Tembon, Verdi, Wilber Juniors (2): Garciamendez, Onyeador Sophomores (5): Christianson, Luxama, Muller, Nealis, Riemer Freshmen (8): Carter, Dillon, Helfrich, Moo Young, Neumann, Padilla, Parsa, Van Hollen

Hoyas by Position Forwards (8): Carter, Colchao, Diggs, Luxama, Moo Young, Onyeador, Padilla, St. George Midfielders (14): Burnett, C’deBaca, Carter, Christianson, Dillon, Luxama, Moo Young, Muller, Nealis, Neumann, Riemer, Padilla, St. George, Tembon Defenders (8): Dillon, Helfrich, Muller, Nealis, Otegbeye, Slingerland, Van Hollen, Verdi Goalkeepers (4): Brutto, Garciamendez, Parsa, Wilber

Hoyas by State / Country California (3): Helfrich, Padilla, Parsa Florida (3): Moo Young, Muller, Otegbeye Iowa (1): Christianson Maryland (1): Van Hollen Massachusetts (1): Slingerland Michigan (1): Dillon New Jersey (1): Carter New Mexico (2): C’deBaca, Wilber New York (2): Luxama, Nealis Pennsylvania (3): Brutto, Neumann, Verdi Texas (3): Burnett, Diggs, Garciamendez Virginia (4): Colchao, Onyeador, Riemer, St. George London, England (1): Tembon

Pronunciation Guide Brutto – Broo-tow C’deBaca – See-de-bacca Colchao – Cole-cha-o Uche Onyeador OO-che oon-ya-dor Ibu Otegbeye – EE-boo Oh-teg-bay Padilla -- Pah-dee-ah Wiese – Weese

NUMERICAL No. Name Ht. Wt. 6-4 210 0 Mark Wilber 170 00 Erik Garciamendez 5-9 6-0 175 1 Matthew Brutto Joey Dillon 6-0 160 2 5-9 140 3 Ibu Otegbeye 5-9 150 4 Seth C’deBaca 5-11 155 6 Ian Christianson 5-9 165 7 Tom St. George 5-11 160 8 Tommy Muller 5-9 160 9 Uche Onyeador 5-7 152 10 Mark Luxama 5-9 170 11 Jose Colchao 6-2 185 12 Alex Verdi 5-9 150 14 Chandler Diggs 5-11 170 15 Nick Van Hollen 6-0 162 16 Jimmy Nealis 5-9 140 17 Keegan Carter 6-0 150 18 Steve Neumann 6-3 191 19 Ted Helfrich 6-0 160 20 Andy Riemer 5-8 165 21 Henry Tembon 5-11 160 22 Robert Burnett 6-2 185 23 Ben Slingerland 5-11 165 24 Keon Parsa 5-11 165 25 Gabe Padilla 6-1 185 26 Justin Moo Young Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Volunteer Assistant: Captain:

Pos. Cl. Hometown/High School GK Sr. Tijeras, N.M./Albuquerque Academy GK Jr. Fairview, Texas/John Paul II GK Sr. Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South M/D Fr. Rochester Hills, Mich./Rochester Adams D Sr. Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park M Sr. Albuquerque, N.M./Sandia Prep M So. Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Christian Life F/M Sr. Ashburn, Va./Bishop O’Connell M/D So. Altamonte Springs, Fla./Trinity Prep F Jr. Sterling, Va/Potomac Falls F/M So. Brooklyn, N.Y./The Packer Collegiate Institute F Sr. Fairfax, Va./Lake Braddock Secondary School D Sr. Ivyland, Pa./Germantown Academy F Sr. Coppell, Texas/Coppell D Fr. Kensington, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase M/D So. Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa M/F Fr. Teaneck, N.J./Paramus Catholic M Fr. New Hope, Pa./Council Rock North D Fr. Belvedere, Calif./Marin Catholic M So. McLean, Va./Georgetown Prep M Sr. London, England/The School at Church Farm M Sr. Plano, Texas/Plano West D Sr. Beverly, Mass./S. John’s Prep GK Fr. West Hills, Calif./El Camino Real M/F Fr. Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit M/F Fr. Palmetto Bay, Fla./Westminster Christian School

Brian Wiese (Dartmouth ‘95) – Fifth season Zach Samol (Dartmouth ‘98), Brian Gill (Rider ‘04) Andrew Quinn (Notre Dame ‘10) Matthew Brutto Jose Colchao Alex Verdi

ALPHABETICAL No. Name Ht. Wt. 6-0 175 1 Matthew Brutto 5-11 160 22 Robert Burnett 5-9 150 4 Seth C’deBaca 5-9 140 17 Keegan Carter 5-11 155 6 Ian Christianson 5-9 170 11 Jose Colchao 5-9 150 14 Chandler Diggs Joey Dillon 6-0 160 2 170 00 Erik Garciamendez 5-9 6-3 191 19 Ted Helfrich 5-7 152 10 Mark Luxama 6-1 185 26 Justin Moo Young 5-11 160 8 Tommy Muller 6-0 162 16 Jimmy Nealis 6-0 150 18 Steve Neumann 5-9 160 9 Uche Onyeador 5-9 140 3 Ibu Otegbeye 5-11 165 25 Gabe Padilla 24 Keon Parsa 5-11 165 20 Andy Riemer 6-0 160 6-2 185 23 Ben Slingerland 5-9 165 7 Tom St. George 21 Henry Tembon 5-8 165 15 Nick Van Hollen 5-11 170 6-2 185 12 Alex Verdi 6-4 210 0 Mark Wilber

Pos. Cl. Hometown/High School GK Sr. Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South M Sr. Plano, Texas/Plano West M Sr. Albuquerque, N.M./Sandia Prep M/F Fr. Teaneck, N.J./Paramus Catholic M So. Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Christian Life F Sr. Fairfax, Va./Lake Braddock Secondary School F Sr. Coppell, Texas/Coppell M/D Fr. Rochester Hills, Mich./Rochester Adams GK Jr. Fairview, Texas/John Paul II D Fr. Belvedere, Calif./Marin Catholic F/M So. Brooklyn, N.Y./The Packer Collegiate Institute M/F Fr. Palmetto Bay, Fla./Westminster Christian School M/D So. Altamonte Springs, Fla./Trinity Prep M/D So. Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa M Fr. New Hope, Pa./Council Rock North F Jr. Sterling, Va/Potomac Falls D Sr. Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park M/F Fr. Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit GK Fr. West Hills, Calif./El Camino Real M So. McLean, Va./Georgetown Prep D Sr. Beverly, Mass./S. John’s Prep F/M Sr. Ashburn, Va./Bishop O’Connell M Sr. London, England/The School at Church Farm D Fr. Kensington, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase D Sr. Ivyland, Pa./Germantown Academy GK Sr. Tijeras, N.M./Albuquerque Academy

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Brutto’s Career Statistics

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Year GP/GS MP S 2007 9/9 819:51 31 2008 11/11 1010:00 48 2009 9/7 800:12 39

GA 10 5 7

GAA SO 1.10 3 0.45 8 0.79 3

Total

22

0.75

29/27 2630:03 118

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Matthew Brutto senior / goalkeeper / 6-0 / 170 warrington, PA. / central bucks south

2009 - Appeared in nine games with seven starts posting three shutouts ... Finished the season with a record of 3-3-1 ... Had 39 saves on the season in 800 minutes played ... Posted seven saves at both Seton Hall and Marquette ... Managed six saves in the win at Syracuse ... Ended the season with a 0.79 goals-against average and a .848 save percentage. 2008 - Started in 11 games for the Hoyas posting shutouts in the first eight games to tie Georgetown’s all-time shutout record … Spent time ranked as the top goalkeeper in the BIG EAST and in the nation with a 0.00 GAA … Finished the season with a record of 8-1-2 and allowed just five goals on the season … Made a career-high eight saves in tie against Villanova … Had seven saves in win over Marquette on Senior Day … Posted four or more saves in eight different games for a total of 48 on the season … Notched a GAA of 0.45 for the season and a save percentage of .906 … Earned a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll after posting five saves in the shutout over DePaul. 2007 - Started in all nine of the games he appeared in, including the BIG EAST Tournament game at South Florida … Logged over 819 minutes in the net, posting a 5-4 overall record … Posted three shutout wins (at Louisville, Providence, Pittsburgh) … Made a then-career-high seven saves in his first collegiate start … Tallied 31 saves and .756 save percentage … Had at least four saves in five different games … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - Played three years at Central Bucks South for coach Don Brady ... Posted 40 career high school shutouts ... Played at Central Bucks East as a freshman ... A three-time Pennsylvania All-State selection ... Named to 2006 Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association (PSCA) East Region All-America Team and Region II All-American ... Named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) High School All-Region II East Team ... Two-time All-Intel First Teamer ... Two-time Southeast Pennsylvania All-Star Game participant ... A three-time Suburban I All-League First Team selection ... Played six years for FC Delco Black V club team and coach Mike Gorni ... A two-time selection (2003-04, 2005-06) in the ODP National Team Pool ... Helped FC Delco to the 2005 Region I title ... A member of three FC Delco Pennsylvania State Championships (2002, 2003, 2005) ... Played club with Hoya teammate Alex Verdi.


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Colchao’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS Sh 16/1 8 19/10 19 19/19 35 54/30

62

G A 0 0 1 0 4 5

P 0 2 13

5

15

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Jose Colchao senior / forward / 5-9 / 170 fairfax, VA. / lake braddock secondary school

2009 - Won team award for Most Improved Player ... Started in all 19 games for the season ... Led the Hoyas in scoring with 13 points including a team-high four goals and squad-best five assists ... Posted three game winners to lead the team ... Scored the game winner against No. 19 UCLA marking the first win over a ranked opponent in his career ... Managed two assists in the tournament at Davidson ... Scored the game winner against Villanova and at Seton Hall ... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for his work against Villanova and Rutgers ...Tallied three points in the win at Seton Hall ... Notched an assist in a crucial victory at West Virginia. 2008 - Played in all 19 games with 10 starts to his credit … Scored his first career goal against Davidson in a 3-0 victory … Finished with two points on the season. 2007 - Appeared in 16 games, starting against Villanova … Ranked eighth on the team with eight shots taken. Prior to Georgetown - Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Lake Braddock Secondary School for coach Joe Soos ... Posted 41 goals and 16 assists through three high school seasons ... A two-time All-District First Team honoree (2005, 2006) ... A two-time All-Northern Region First Team member ... Named All-Metropolitan Area Second Team twice ... Named D.C. Examiner First Team in 2005 and Second Team in 2006 ... Set a Lake Braddock Secondary School single-season record with 17 goals in 2005 ... Member of three Patriot District Championships (2004-06) ... Named one of Top Drawer Soccer top recruits ... Named one of the top local players by Rise Magazine ... Played club with RFC 88 and coach German Piere ... Part of four club state championships ... Participated in 2004 Y League National Tournament in Chicago ... Member of the D.C. United U-17 team that traveled to Madrid in 2006 ... Recipient of the William & Mary Leadership Award in 2006 ... A Spanish Honor Society member ... Named Who’s Who Among High School Students in 2006.

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Verdi’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

14

GP/GS Sh 11/9 7 19/19 11 19/19 11 49/47

29

G A 1 0 1 0 1 2

P 2 2 4

3

8

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Alex Verdi senior / defenDER / 6-2 / 185 ivyland, pa. / germantown AcademY

2009 - Earned Second Team CoSIDA ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District ... Started in all 19 games on defense for the second season in a row ... Had one goal and two assists for four points on the year ... Scored the game winner against Pittsburgh which earned him a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll ... Earned a spot on the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for his work against Rutgers and Villanova on defense ... Notched an assist in the victory over No. 19 UCLA downing the first ranked opponent of his career ... Managed an assist against Providence. 2008 - Started in all 19 games for the Hoyas … Scored a goal in the victory over Marquette to finish the season with two points … Helped the defense to 10 shutouts for the season … Earned a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll after two outstanding defensive games against UConn and Seton Hall. 2007 - Voted Most Improved Player by his teammates … Started in nine of the 11 games he played in, including the last seven games of the season … Started in three of the team’s five shutouts … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Germantown Academy for coach Patrick David ... Named Interac league MVP in 2006 following his senior season ... Named All-State as a senior ... Named All-Southeastern Pennsylvania as a senior ... Named Times Herald Player of the Year in 2006 ... Team captain as a senior ... First Team All-Interac selection for three-straight years ... Helped Germantown Academy to the league championship as a freshman, junior and senior ... Played for five years with FC Delco and coach Mike Gorni ... Team captain at FC Delco for four years ... Helped FC Delco to a Region I Championship in 2004 ... Helped FC Delco to the Y League Finals in 2003 ... An honor roll student for four straight years ... Played club with Hoya teammate Matthew Brutto … Brother, Joe, was an All-American at LeHeigh University, playing center back.


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Burnett’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS Sh 19/19 5 19/19 12 18/18 21 56/56

38

G A 0 1 1 0 0 2

P 1 2 2

1

5

3

4

C’deBaca’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS Sh 19/7 15 19/19 40 19/19 52 57/45

107

G A 0 4 3 3 3 5

P 4 9 11

6

24

12

Robert Burnett senior / midfieldER / 5-11 / 160 plano, texas / plano west

2009 - Played and started in 18 games on the season ... Tallied two assists for two points for the year ... Posted an assist in the win against UNC-Asheville ... Named to the Davidson adidas Classic All-Tournament Team ... Notched an assist in the 2-1 victory at Seton Hall ... Managed four shots in the heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Maryland. 2008 - Started all 19 games for the Hoyas … Scored his first career goal in win at Rutgers … Played an important role in the defensive midfield and helped GU to a record-tying 10 assists on the season. 2007 - Earned the Team MVP Award … Handed out an assist on GU’s first goal in the win at Seton Hall … A major factor in helping the defense record five shutouts. Prior to Georgetown - Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Plano West Senior ... Named All-District First Team in 2006 and 2007 ... Part of two district championships in 2004 and 2005 ... Played club for five years with Dallas Texans 89 Red and coach Hassan Nazari ... Member of the 2006 North Texas State Cup Championship ... Member of the North Texas ODP for five years ... Played club with Hoya teammate Chandler Diggs.

Seth C’deBaca senior / midfieldER / 5-9 / 150 albuquerque, N.m. / sandia prep

2009 - Started in all 19 games for the second season in a row ... Georgetown’s secondleading scorer with three goals and a team-best five assists for 11 points on the year ... Had a goal from a penalty kick against No. 19 UCLA marking the first win over a ranked opponent in his career ... Posted a goal and an assist in the following game, a victory against Coastal Carolina ... Made it three games in a row with a score against UNC-Asheville which proved to be a game winner ... Named to the Davidson adidas Classic All-Tournament Team ... For his efforts at the adidas Classic, earned a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll ... Had two assists in the victory against Rutgers ... Notched an assist against Pittsburgh and in a crucial win at West Virginia. 2008 - Started in all 19 games … Was Georgetown’s third-leading scorer with three goals and three assists for nine points … Scored the game-winning goal against DePaul in a 1-0 victory … Also scored goals in GU’s victories over Hartford and Marquette, the goal versus Hartford was his first intercollegiate score … Had assists against Davidson, American and Notre Dame. 2007 - Appeared in all 19 games, starting in seven, including the final six games … Ranked fifth on the team with four assists ... Dished out an assist on the game-winner in the 1-0 win against Marshall … Handed out assists on both of the team’s goals in the 2-1 win over American … Was credited with an assist on the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win at Seton Hall. Prior to Georgetown - Four-year letterwinner and starter at Sandia Prep for coach Tommy Smith ... Named New Mexico Player of the Year in 2006 ... A three-time All-State honoree ... Three-time All-District award winner ... Named All-Metro three-straight years ... Named All-State Second Team and All-District Second Team as a freshman ... Named Albuquerque Tribune Fall Athlete of the Year in 2006 ... A NSCAA/adidas All-Region team member in 2006 ... Helped lead Sandia Prep to a perfect 24-0 record and a No.4 national ranking as a junior with 18 goals and 28 assists ... A member of four-straight state championship teams ... A major cog for a Sandia Prep team that won 40-consecutive games between sophomore and junior year ... Totaled 70 goals and 97 assists in four high school seasons ... Played club with Classic FC Bandoleros for coach Ricardo Beraun for 10 years ... Helped the Bandoleros to win the Far West Regional Tournament in 2006 ... Lived in Holland for a year and played with the Youth Professional Club, NEC Nijmegan. GUHOYAS.COM

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Diggs’ Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS Sh 19/15 24 19/9 27 19/10 26 57/34

77

G A 3 3 2 1 4 2

P 9 5 10

9

24

6

3

Total

16

GP/GS Sh 14/2 1 6/5 0 16/16 1 36/23

2

P 2 2 1

0

5

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2009 - Georgetown’s third-leading scorer appearing in all 19 games and starting in 10 ... Tied for a team-high four goals and also notched two assists for 10 points ... Scored a goal and an assist against Coastal Carolina ... Named to the Davidson adidas Classic All-Tournament Team ... Managed a goal in the win over UNC-Asheville ... Tallied an assist in the heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Maryland ... Had a goal in the crucial win at West Virginia ... Scored a goal in the 2-2 tie in the BIG EAST Tournament against Providence. 2008 - Appeared in all 19 games with nine starts on the season … Scored points in threeconsecutive games with goals in the victories over Fullerton and Davidson, the Davidson goal was the game winner … Also had an assist in the win against Hartford … Finished the season with five points to rank fifth on the squad in scoring. 2007 - Started in 15 of the team’s 19 games … Led the team with nine points (3 G, 3 A) … Tied for the team lead with three goals … Led the team with two game-winning goals (Marshall, American) …Had a four-game point-scoring streak (Oct. 16-27) … Ranked second on the team with three assists ... Scored all three of his goals in Hoya victories (Marshall, American, at Marquette) … Handed out assists against American, at Maryland and against Pittsburgh … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - Named 2007 All-District First Team … Named Texas Soccer Coaches Association First Team All-State, District MVP, Texas University Interscholastic League All-Tournament and earned Coppell High School’s Golden Boot Award in 2006 ... Set a new school single-season record with 30 goals as a freshman, becoming the only freshman to ever travel with a varsity team that won the state title in 2004 for Coppell coach John Lawhon ... Helped Coppell to a Texas State runner-up appearance as a junior, a semifinal appearance as a sophomore and a state title as a freshman ... Member of the Dallas Texans 89 Red club team coached by Hassan Nazari that advanced to the Nike Manchester United Premier Cup (Beaverton, Ore.) in 2004 … Helped the Texans to the Region III Finals in 2007 ... With the Dallas Texans, advanced to the Tampa Bay Sun Bowl quarterfinal in 2003 ... A three-time Dallas Cup participant ... An honor roll student ... Played club with Hoya teammate Rob Burnett.

senior / defender / 5-9 / 140 winter park, fla. / winter Park

G A 0 2 0 2 0 1 5

senior / forward / 5-9 / 150 coppell, texas / coppell

Ibu Otegbeye

Otegbeye’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009

Chandler Diggs

2009 - Appeared and started in 16 games for the Hoyas on defense ... Had an assist against American ... Helped the Hoyas to eight shutouts on the season ... Took a shot in the win over Pittsburgh. 2008 - Appeared in the first six games of the season with five starts … Went down with a season-ending knee injury before the South Florida game … Had two assists in six games with a pair of helpers in the win over Davidson … His work in the Davidson game earned him a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll. 2007 - Played in 14 games, starting at Louisville and against Rutgers … Tied for third on the team with two assists … Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal at Louisville … Handed out an assist on the Hoyas’ first goal in the 2-0 win over Pittsburgh … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - A three-year letterwinning defensive midfielder for coaches Ken Hammond and Bobby Croft at Winter Park ... Named First Team All-Metro, First Team All-District, Second Team All-County and Second Team All-Central Florida after his senior season ... Was selected as one of the top 11 professional prospects in Central Florida by the pro-indoor soccer team the Orlando Sharks ... Capped his senior year with an appearance in the state All-Star Game ... Helped Winter Park to a 28-0-2 overall record and a State Semifinal appearance ... Played club ball with the CFU Craze (2006-07) for coach Bryan Cunningham and the CFU Strikers (2003-06) and coach Mario Alvarado ... Helped the CFU Strikers to a State Championship and the Regional Quarterfinals in 2005 ... Born in Chicago, but of Nigerian heritage.


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Slingerland’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS Sh 2/0 0 3/1 0 5/1

0

G A 0 0 0 0

P 0 0

0

0

0

7

Total

GP/GS Sh 2/0 0 1/0 0 3/0

0

2009 - Appeared in three games on the defense with one start to his credit ... His first career start came against American at North Kehoe Field ... Played in both wins at the Davidson Tournament. 2008 - Appeared in two games for the Hoyas … Saw action against Cal-Fullerton and Stoneybrook. 2007 - Did not see any game action … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - Three-year letterwinning center midfielder for David Crowell at St. John’s Prep … Named NSCAA/adidas All-American as a senior helping the team to a 22-02 record and a Massachusetts State Championship in 2006 recording 10 goals and eight assists … Was a major part of the team that was ranked as high as No. 6 in the nation by the NSCAA/adidas … Earned Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year, Boston Globe Player of the Year and Catholic Conference MVP accolades following his senior year … Also named All-Eastern Massachusetts, All-State, earned a spot on the All-Regional Team … Earned All-Scholastic honors by the Boston Herald and Salem News Player of the Year honors after his senior campaign … Totaled 17 goals and 19 assists in three years of varsity ball … Played club with Seacoast United for coaches Rob Thompson and Ian Burgess … Helped Seacoast United to the Super Y League North American Finals in 2006 in addition to winning the State Championship … Played four years of varsity tennis at St. John’s Prep … A three-year National Honor Society member … Represented St. John’s Prep at the national Xaverian Brothers Leadership Program … Was a broadcaster for the school’s television network.

senior / forward/midfielder / 5-9 / 160 ashburn, va. / bishop o’connell

G A 0 1 0 0

P 1 0

0

1

1

senior / defendER / 6-1 / 170 beverly, Mass. / st. john’s prep

Tom St. George

St. George’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009

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2009 - Saw action in the 3-0 victory over Coastal Carolina ... Also served in the Georgetown ROTC program. 2008 - Appeared in two games for Georgetown … Scored his first career point with an assist in the win over Hartford … Also played at American. 2007 - Did not see any game action … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - Named First Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) as a junior and a senior … Scored a league-high 22 goals during his junior year … Named All-WCAC Second Team as a freshman and sophomore … A three-time Bishop O’Connell Team MVP award winner … Named All-State Honorable Mention in 2005 … Totaled 45 goals and 21 assists in four varsity seasons at Bishop O’Connell … Played club soccer with MPS Celtic in 2006-07 for coach Trevor Parker and played with Ashburn Arsenal for coach Samir Shaban from 2003-05, helping the team to consecutive undefeated seasons in 2004 and 2005 … With MPS Celtic, helped the team to an undefeated season and championship in the Division I NCSL … Member of the National Honor Society.

Henry Tembon senior / Midfielder / 5-8 / 165 London, england / The school at church farm At Virginia - Appeared in three games for the Cavaliers in 2007. Prior to Georgetown - A Pennsylvania All-State honoree in 2006 at The School at Church Farm located in Exton, Pa. ... Selected to the Eastern Pennsylvania All-Area squad and to the Southeastern Pennsylvania All-Region team as a junior and senior as well as being named the conference player of the year ... A three-sport athlete and a letterwinner in both basketball and track along with soccer ... Captain of the team as both a junior and a senior ... A member of the honor roll all four years and in the National Honor Society ... Brother George played soccer at Indiana University and younger brother Andy will play football at the University of Arizona after recovering from knee surgery ... A former teammate of current Hoya Seth C’deBaca.

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Mark Wilber senior / goalkeeper / 6-4 / 195 tijeras, n.m. / albuquerque academy

Wilber’s Career Statistics Year GP/GS MP S 2008 8/8 743:18 33 2009 11/11 969:44 36

GA 11 11

GAA SO 1.33 2 1.02 5

Total

22

1.16

19/19 1713:02 69

7

00

2009 - Earned CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Second Team Academic All-American, the first in program history ... Named First Team CoSIDA / ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District ... Started in 11 games in goal for the Hoyas ... Posted five shutouts on the season with a record of 5-4-1 ... Notched 36 saves and had a goals-against average of 1.02 as well as a .766 save percentage ... Posted a season-high seven saves in the win against Villanova ... With two shutouts against Villanova and Rutgers, he was named the BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week ... Posted four saves on three occasions including the 2-0 victory over No. 19 UCLA ... Managed five saves in the tie against DePaul in the BIG EAST Tournament. 2008 - Split time in the net appearing and starting in eight games for the Hoyas … Posted a 3-4-1 record with two shutouts on the season … Had nine saves in the overtime victory over Rutgers … Played 743 total minutes with 33 saves and a 1.33 GAA for the season. 2007 - Redshirted … Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Prior to Georgetown - A two-time First Team All-Metro Goalkeeper ... Named First Team AllDistrict twice ... A two-time First Team All-State honoree for coaches Will Steadman at Albuquerque Academy ... Posted 84 saves as a senior ... Helped the team to two Class 4A Championship Games as a sophomore and a junior ... Named All-State Honorable Mention as a sophomore ... Played club in 2005-06 with AUFC 89, winning a State Cup Championship in 2005 ... Played with the CFC Bandoleros for coach Ricardo Beraun, winning three New Mexico State Cup Championships, three Classic Cup Championships and three Gaylord Shepherd Championships ... Also played three club seasons with CFC Sabers.

ERIK GARCIAMENDEZ junior / goalkeeper / 5-9 / 170 fairveiw, texas / john paul ii 2009 - Appeared in one game in goal for the Hoyas. 2008 - Did not see game action. Prior to Georgetown - An All-State First Team and All-District selection at John Paul II for Coach Steven Harvey in 2006-07 … Also played on the midfield and was named District Offensive MVP in 2006-07 … Played eight years with the Andromeda 90 club team and coach Oscar Borgarello, helping the team to a top three ranking of the North Texas Classic League in scoring defense … With Andromeda 90, member of the 2008 U-18 Youth Soccer National Champions and 2007 U-17 Youth Soccer National Champions … A 2008 adidas Golden Glove winner … Participated with Andromeda 90 in the Dallas Cup U-19 Super Group squaring off against Sao Paulo FC, Leicester City FC and CF Monterrey … Part of four-straight North Texas Classic League Grand Championships (2005-08) … Part of four (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008) North Texas State Cup Championships.

Garciamendez’s Career Statistics Year GP/GS 2009 1/0 Total

MP S 7:00 0

GA GAA SO 1 12.86 0

19/19 1713:02 69

22

1.16

7

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Uche Onyeador junior / forward / 5-9 / 160 sterling, va. / potomac falls

Onyeador’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Total

18

GP/GS Sh 19/0 18 15/9 12 34/9

30

G A 1 1 2 1

P 3 5

3

8

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2009 - Played in 15 games starting nine ... Scored two goals and posted one assist for five points on the season ... Both goals of the season were game winners ... Tallied the game winner at Syracuse ... Notched the game winner against Rutgers ... Had an assist in the victory over Villanova ... For his work against Rutgers and Villanova earned a spot on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s National Team of the Week ... Took 12 shots on the season. 2008 - Appeared in all 19 games as a freshman rotating in at forward … Scored his first intercollegiate goal against Hartford, also had an assist in the contest … Took 18 shots for the season … Featured in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” section recognizing his outstanding accomplishments before coming to the Hilltop. Prior to Georgetown - Set the Virginia state high school scoring record with 127 goals … Picked up Virginia state Player of the Year honors from Gatorade and Rise Magazine for the 2006-07 season as Potomac Falls extended its unbeaten streak to 34-0-4 over his sophomore and junior seasons ... Led Potomac Falls and coach Dave Gryder to the 2006 State Championship, three Dulles District titles and three Region II championships ... Tallied 28 goals as a freshman, 31 goals as a sophomore, 42 goals as a junior and 26 goals as a senior … Was a two-time Loudoun Extra Player of the Year honoree and was named All-State First Team three times … Played in Barcelona with D.C. United U-17 team.


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Ian Christianson Sophomore / Midfielder / 5-11 / 155 Cedar Rapids, Iowa / Christian Life

Christianson’s Career Statistics Year 2009

GP/GS Sh 13/12 16

G A 1 0

P 2

10

2009 - Named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team ... Appeared in 13 games with 12 starts despite suffering a mid-season injury ... Scored his first collegiate goal against Coastal Carolina, which proved to be the game winner ... Named the BIG EAST Rookie of the Week for his efforts against Coastal Carolina ... Took 16 shots for the year. Prior to Georgetown - Played with the Chicago Fire’s U.S. Development squad for two seasons … Prior to working with the fire, spent seven seasons with the Cedar Rapids Soccer Association … Was a team captain for both squads all nine years … Won seven Iowa State Championships with Cedar Rapids … Won the Midwest Conference Championship and placed sixth at national with the Fire … Honored as a U.S. Development Academy Mid-American Starting 11 … Trained in the U.S. National Team Pool from 2004-06 and in 2008-09 … Played on the Region III team from 2004-07 … Traveled to the Argentina Invitational in 2007 and played with the adidas All-Stars in Italy in 2006 … An honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society … Coached with the Cedar Rapids Soccer Association for three seasons.

Mark Luxama Sophomore / Forward / Midfielder / 5-7 / 152 Brooklyn, N.Y. / The Packer Collegiate Institute 2009 - Did not see game action. Prior to Georgetown - Scored 19 goals his senior year at The Packer Collegiate Institute under coach George Boutis … Played on the varsity squad for three seasons where he was the top scorer in the conference his senior year … A member of the U-17 Haitian national team that competed in the World Cup in Korea … Participated in club soccer with Met Oval Academy for two years and played on the New York ODP team for five seasons … Was a member of the U-13 Super Y League North American Final ODP Select Team … Brooklyn Knights squad won the State Cup in 2002 and traveled to France to represent the U.S. … Played with G.W. Gottschee winning the State Cup in 2005 … Was a member of the Chess Club in high school.

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Tommy Muller Sophomore / Midfielder / Defender / 5-11 / 160 Altamonte Springs, Fla. / Trinity Prep 2009 - Played in eight games with three starts on defense ... Scored his first-career point at Seton Hall on an assist ... Had seven shots on the season. Prior to Georgetown - Earned three varsity letters under coach William Milsten at Trinity Prep … Spent 13 seasons playing with Orlando FC and was a captain for two years … Two-time member of the Super Y ODP National Team and was a member of the national finals all-tournament team in 2006 … Team won the Southeast Division in 2007 and 2008 … Played with the Florida ODP squad in 2005 … Won a 3v3 National Championship for his age group … Member of both the National Honor Society and National Latin Honor Society … Received the Friends of Mozart Piano Concerto Award.

Muller’s Career Statistics Year 2009

GP/GS Sh 8/3 7

G A 0 1

P 1

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Nealis’ Career Statistics Year 2009

GP/GS Sh 19/7 9

G A 2 2

P 6

Jimmy Nealis Sophomore / Midfielder / Defender / 6-0 / 162 Massapequa, N.Y. / Massapequa 2009 - Appeared in 19 games with seven starts on defense ... Despite playing in the backline, notched two goals and two assists on the season for six points ... Scored the first point of his career with an assist at Syracuse ... Posted the first goal of his career in the tough loss to Maryland ... Had an assist against Notre Dame ... Scored a goal against American ... Took nine shots on the season. Prior to Georgetown - Started all four years at Massapequa High School earning New York State Player of the Year honors his senior season … Finished his high school career with 33 goals and 34 assists … Threetime all-conference and two-time all-state honoree … High school team won Nassau County three-consecutive seasons and its conference in 2006 and 2008 … Played club soccer with the Massapequa Terminators United for eight seasons captaining his squad all eight years … Won the Northeast Region in 2007 … Member of the honor roll and the National Honor Society …Earned two varsity letters in basketball.

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Riemer’s Career Statistics Year 2009

GP/GS Sh 19/2 18

G A 4 1

P 9

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Andy Riemer Sophomore / Midfielder / 6-0 / 160 McLean, Va. / Georgetown Prep 2009 - Played in all 19 games with two starts to his credit ... Georgetown’s fourth-leading scorer as a freshman with nine points including a team-high four goals and one assist ... Scored the first goal of his career in the win at Syracuse ... Notched a goal in the 2-0 victory over Rutgers ... Tallied a goal in the win at Seton Hall ... Had an assist against American ... Scored a goal in the BIG EAST Tournament game versus DePaul ... Posted 18 shots on the season. Prior to Georgetown - Was an All-Met and three-time all-conference player at Georgetown Prep under Guy Fraiture winning a pair of conference championships … Earned three varsity letters in soccer as the assist leader in 2008 and two in track & field … Played with the Virginia ODP squad from 2004-07 starting all four years and captaining for two … ODP team was a Region I pool team four years in a row … Was a member of the DC United Super Y League team for three seasons serving as a captain for two … Won the Mid-Atlantic Super Y Championship and qualified for the national tournament … Played club soccer with McLean FC and was a national tournament finalist in 2008 … Was the team’s second-leading scorer in 2007 and 2008 … Member of the National Honor Society, Latin Honor Society and German Honor Society.

Keegan carter Freshman / Midfielder / forward / 5-9 / 140 teaneck, n.j. / paramus catholic Prior to Georgetown - An all-state honoree at Paramus Catholic, scoring 35 goals and tallying 37 assists in his four-year career ... As a captain, led Paramus to a pair to league titles ... A part of the New Jersey Olympic Development pool for two seasons and played at a Super Y League Select Camp ... Played club soccer with FC Westchester Academy for two years after spending a number of seasons with the Teaneck Stingrays Soccer Club ... An accomplished track & field athlete who competed at the 2006 National Youth Junior Olympics as well as both the East Coast and Penn Relays ... Was an honor roll student and volunteered as a basketball and soccer coach.

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joey dillon Freshman / Midfielder / Defender / 6-0 / 160 rochester hills, mich. / rochester adams Prior to Georgetown - A first team all-state honoree as a senior and an all-region, all-district, all-county and all-league selection in both 2008 and 2009 ... The two-year team captain ... Squad advanced to the state semifinals ... Played club with Vardar Academy ... A two-year captain with Vardar and a member of the state Olympic Development squad from 2002-06 ... A member of the National Honor Society.

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ted helfrich Freshman / Defender / 6-3 / 191 Belvedere, calif. / marin catholic Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner in soccer at Marin Catholic High School scoring 14 goals as a center back ... A three-year first team all-league honoree and an all-state selection in high school ... Played with the Cal North Olympic Development team and was a Region IV All-Star ... His Super Y ODP squad won the national championship ... Played club with Marin FC ... Team won the Nor Cal State Cup and he scored the winning goal in the championship game ... A member of the Dean’s List and the student government at Marin Catholic.

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justin moo young Freshman / Midfielder / forward / 6-1 / 185 Palmetto bay, fla. / westminster catholic Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner at Westminster Christian School ... Suffered an injury as a senior despite scoring 25 goals during the first half of the season ... Led his squad in scoring with 23 goals and 10 assists as a junior ... Named all-state as a junior and All-Dade County as a junior and senior ... High school team won the district title in 2010 ... Played club with Kendall Soccer Coalition ... Appeared in the Super Y League National Tournament with his club team and participated in the state cup ... A Miami Dade Scholar-Athlete ... Vice President of the National Honor Society ... Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

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steve neumann Freshman / Midfielder / 6-0 / 150 new hope, pa. / council rock north Prior to Georgetown - An NSCAA Regional All-American and NSCAA All-State selection as a senior ... led Council Rock North High School to a 15-2-2 record ... The Suburban One League Player of the Year and the Bucks County Courier Times’ Soccer Player of the Year ... Played club with the YMS Xplosion ... A two-time state champ and led the squad to the No. 1 ranking in the nation by GotSoccer.com ... Played on the state Olympic Development team for six seasons and has trained internationally.

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gabe padilla Freshman / Midfielder / forward / 5-11 / 165 Sacramento, calif. / jesuit Prior to Georgetown - Earned two varsity letters in soccer and one in track as a middle distance runner ... Led the squad in assists as a junior and was the Delta River League MVP as well as an all-region selection as a senior ... Played club soccer with the California Development Academy ... A member of the Honor Roll and was a part of the Executive Council.

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keon parsa Freshman / goalkeeper / 5-11 / 165 west hills, calif. / El Camino real Prior to Georgetown - Ranked No. 57 in TopDrawerSoccer.com’s Top 100 Players in the Class of 2010 and the No. 6 goalkeeper on the list ... Earned varsity letters in both soccer and football ... Named an NSCAA All-American in 2009 ... A two-time first team all-league selection and was the 2009 Punter of the Year in football ... Played club soccer with a number of different organizations, most recently Real So Cal ... Won the AP Scholar Award at El Camino Real ... A member of the National Honor Society.

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nick van hollen Freshman / defender / 5-11 / 170 kensington, md. / bethesda-chevy chase Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner and named All-Gazette First Team as a senior as well as an honorable mention all-state ... A three-time MVP and played with the Maryland Olympic Development squad for two seasons ... Played club with Pachuca Internationals ... Won the Maryland State Cup in 2009 and was the US Club Soccer National Champions in 2007 ... A member of the National Honor Society and has participated in overseas mission trips in both Kenya and Nicaragua.

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Did You Know? Tom St. George Did you know Tom St. George is the Platoon Commander for the George Washington University Navy ROTC? He runs the battalion consisting of students from Georgetown and Howard University. St. George has been a member for four years and worked his way up to platoon commander. The commitment requires drill three mornings a week as well as an evening session. He balances NROTC, soccer and academics.

Henry Tembon Did you know Henry Tembon was born in London, England and lived there until he was 11? His family is English, but a job opportunity brought the family to the United States. While he has made the transition to living in America he still holds a soccer allegiance for his home country.

Ben Slingerland Did you know Ben Slingerland spent this past summer working at the Nike Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore.? Slingerland received the opportunity through the summer work program which brings in 90 summer interns out of more than 10,000 applicants. Besides working with Nike’s soccer marketing team, Slingerland took advantage of the state-of-the-art workout facilities and all that Nike had to offer. He was also fortunate to meet Tim Tebow and watch Lebron James in a closed practice, just two of countless celebrity sightings.

BEN SLINGERLAND

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Mark Wilber Did you know Mark Wilber spent the summer before his junior season collecting data on three birds along the Rio Grande in New Mexico? Wilber monitored the Southwestern Willow-Flycatcher, the Yellow-Billed Cuckoo and the Interior Least Tern. He did the work through the Bureau of Reclamation of the Department of the Interior.

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MARK WILBER


Overall: 9-8-2

Conf: 6-5-0 Home: 4-5-1 Away: 3-3-1 Neut: 2-0-0 OVERALL CONFERENCE ## Name GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% GW PK-ATT GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% GW PK-ATT 19-19 4 5 13 35 .114 3 0-0 11-11 3 3 9 17 .176 2 0-0 11 COLCHAO, Jose 4 C’DEBACA, Seth 19-19 3 5 11 52 .058 1 1-1 11-11 0 4 4 28 .000 0 0-0 14 DIGGS, Chandler 19-10 4 2 10 26 .154 0 0-0 11-7 1 0 2 13 .077 0 0-0 19-2 4 1 9 18 .222 0 0-0 11-1 3 0 6 10 .300 0 0-0 20 RIEMER, Andy 2 LARRABEE, Scott 19-19 2 2 6 32 .062 1 0-0 11-11 2 1 5 18 .111 1 0-0 19-7 2 2 6 9 .222 0 0-0 11-5 0 2 2 6 .000 0 0-0 16 NEALIS, Jimmy 9 ONYEADOR, Uche 15-9 2 1 5 12 .167 2 0-0 7-4 2 1 5 9 .222 2 0-0 12 VERDI, Alex 19-19 1 2 4 11 .091 1 0-0 11-11 1 1 3 7 .143 1 0-0 CHRISTIANSON, Ian 13-12 1 0 2 16 .062 1 0-0 7-6 0 0 0 6 .000 0 0-0 6 22 BURNETT, Rob 18-18 0 2 2 21 .000 0 0-0 11-11 0 1 1 7 .000 0 0-0 ZEMAN, Mark 18-18 0 2 2 16 .000 0 0-0 10-10 0 2 2 9 .000 0 0-0 8 15 MULLER, Tommy 8-3 0 1 1 7 .000 0 0-0 7-2 0 1 1 7 .000 0 0-0 3 OTEGBEYE, Ibu 16-16 0 1 1 1 .000 0 0-0 9-9 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 MADISON, David 15-0 0 0 0 10 .000 0 0-0 9-0 0 0 0 4 .000 0 0-0 5 19 COLEMAN, Len 18-18 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 11-11 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 7-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 4-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 13 HAMMETT, Matt 23 SLINGERLAND, Ben 3-1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 7 ST. GEORGE, Tom 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 BRUTTO, Matthew 9-8 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 5-5 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 1 0 WILBER, Mark 11-11 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 6-6 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 00 GARCIAMENDEZ, Erik 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 Total 19 23 26 72 268 .086 9 1-1 11 12 16 40 142 .085 6 0-0 Opponents 19 19 21 59 229 .083 8 0-0 11 10 13 33 138 .072 5 0-0 OVERALL CONFERENCE ## Name GP-GS Min. GA Avg Svs Pct W L T Sho GP-GS Min. GA Avg Svs Pct W L 1 BRUTTO, Matthew 9-7 800:12 7 0.79 39 .848 3 3 1 3 5-5 450:00 5 1.00 25 .833 2 2 0 WILBER, Mark 11-11 969:44 11 1.02 36 .766 5 4 1 5 6-6 559:56 4 0.64 20 .833 4 2 00 GARCIAMENDEZ, Erik 1-0 7:00 1 12.86 0 .000 0 1 0 0 1-0 7:00 1 12.86 0 .000 0 1 Total 19 1776:56 19 0.96 75 .798 8 8 2 8 1-0 7:00 1 12.86 0 .000 0 1 Opponents 19 1776:56 23 1.16 73 .760 8 8 2 5 11 1016:56 12 1.06 43 .782 5 6

T Sho 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3

RESUlTS Date Opponent Result Overall Conference Attendance Goals Scored at Adelphi T, 0-0 (2OT) 0-0-1 0-0-0 417 Sept. 1, 2009 Sept. 4, 2009 #8 California L, 2-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1311 Sept. 6, 2009 #19 UCLA W, 2-0 1-1-1 0-0-0 1957 COLCHAO, Jose (LARRABEE, Scott;VERDI, Alex) C’DEBACA, Seth (penalty kick) Sept. 11, 2009 vs. Coastal Carolina W, 3-0 2-1-1 0-0-0 91 CHRISTIANSON, Ian (DIGGS, Chandler; C’DEBACA, Seth) DIGGS, Chandler (COLCHAO, Jose) C’DEBACA, Seth (unassisted) Sept. 13, 2009 vs. UNC-Asheville W, 2-0 3-1-1 0-0-0 64 C’DEBACA, Seth (BURNETT, Rob) DIGGS, Chandler (COLCHAO, Jose) Sept. 18, 2009 at No. 15 St. John’s * L, 2-0 3-2-1 0-1-0 2518 Sept. 20, 2009 at Syracuse * W, 2-0 4-2-1 1-1-0 1128 ONYEADOR, Uche (NEALIS, Jimmy) RIEMER, Andy (unassisted) Sept. 25, 2009 Villanova * W, 1-0 5-2-1 2-1-0 1097 COLCHAO, Jose (ONYEADOR, Uche) W, 2-0 6-2-1 3-1-0 1233 ONYEADOR, Uche (COLCHAO, Jose;C’DEBACA, Sept. 27, 2009 Rutgers * Seth) RIEMER, Andy (C’DEBACA, Seth) Oct. 3, 2009 at No. 22 Connecticut * L, 1-0 6-3-1 3-2-0 4374 Oct. 7, 2009 at Seton Hall * W, 2-1 7-3-1 4-2-0 1076 RIEMER, Andy (LARRABEE, Scott;COLCHAO, Jose) COLCHAO, Jose (MULLER, Tommy;BURNETT, Rob) Oct. 10, 2009 Pittsburgh * W, 1-0 (2OT) 8-3-1 5-2-0 677 VERDI, Alex (C’DEBACA, Seth) Oct. 13, 2009 No. 9 Maryland L, 2-1 8-4-1 5-2-0 1377 NEALIS, Jimmy (DIGGS, Chandler) Oct. 17, 2009 at Marquette L, 1-0 8-5-1 5-3-0 501 Oct. 21, 2009 Notre Dame L, 2-1 (OT) 8-6-1 5-4-0 703 LARRABEE, Scott (NEALIS, Jimmy;ZEMAN, Mark) Oct. 24, 2009 at No. 20 West Virginia W, 2-1 9-6-1 6-4-0 714 DIGGS, Chandler (C’DEBACA, Seth) LARRABEE, Scott (COLCHAO, Jose) Oct. 28, 2009 American L, 3-1 9-7-1 6-4-0 621 NEALIS, Jimmy (RIEMER, Andy;OTEGBEYE, Ibu) Oct. 31, 2009 Providence L, 2-1 (OT) 9-8-1 6-5-0 1311 COLCHAO, Jose (VERDI, Alex;ZEMAN, Mark) DePaul T, 2-2 (2OT) 9-8-2 6-5-0 1013 DIGGS, Chandler (unassisted) Nov. 4, 2009 RIEMER, Andy (unassisted) * BIG EAST Conference game

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1952 (0-4-1)

1959 (5-4-2) §

Coach: Rev. Frederick Brew Howard Catholic Las Americas Club Catholic Maryland

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

1953 (0-5-1) § Coach: Rev. Frederick Brew 10/3 Howard 10/9 at Duke L, 10-0 10/10 at North Carolina L, 5-1 10/14 at University of Baltimore 10/17 Loyola (Md.) L, 6-2 10/24 at McDaniel 10/31 at Mount St. Mary’s L, 4-0 11/8 Catholic 11/15 Las Americas Club 11/22 at Catholic

1954 (1-8-0)

Coach: Robert Windish 10/2 Western Maryland 10/13 University of Baltimore 10/16 at Loyola (Md.) 10/23 Towson 11/6 at Howard 11/11 Queens College 11/13 at Catholic 11/20 Mount St. Mary’s Washington & Lee

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

1955 (2-6-1)

Coach: Dan Mulcahy University of Baltimore Howard American Loyola (Md.) Towson 11/8 Mount St. Mary’s Washington & Lee 11/22 Maryland Catholic

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

1956 (4-8-0)

Coach: Dan Mulcahy 10/10 at American 10/12 Mount St. Mary’s 10/17 at Catholic 10/20 British Lions Club 10/23 Howard 10/27 Towson 11/3 at Gettysburg 11/7 Maryland 11/10 Loyola (Md.) 11/13 University of Baltimore 11/19 Washington & Lee Fordham

W, 7-2 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 L, 5-3 L, 5-3 L, 6-1 L, 8-3 L, 4-1 L, 1-0 L, 4-2 L, 6-3 W, 3-2

1957 (1-8-0)

Coach: Dan Mulcahy Gettysburg 10/23 Navy 10/26 Mount St. Mary’s American Virginia Washington & Lee Howard Randolph-Macon Maryland

L, 5-1 L, 4-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 8-1 L, forfeit L, forfeit

1958 (3-5-0) Coach: Steve Benedek American W, 3-2 10/22 Navy L, 10-1 Loyola (Md.) W, 4-2 Virginia L, 5-2 Howard L, 7-1 University of Baltimore L, 4-2 11/21 Maryland L, 8-2 Randolph-Macon W, 3-1

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1967 (4-6-1)

Coach: Steve Benedek Loyola (Md.)

Coach: Steve Benedek American W, 8-2 (ot) 10/15 Mount St. Mary’s L, 3-2 (ot) Loyola (Md.) L, 6-1 Gallaudet W, 4-0 Howard L, 5-2 Virginia W, 2-1 Washington & Lee W, 4-2 (ot)

Coach: Ricardo Mendoza 10/14 George Washington 10/18 American 10/21 at Catholic 10/25 at Gallaudet 10/27 at Morgan State 11/1 at Maryland 11/4 at Towson 11/8 at University of Baltimore 11/10 Loyola (Md.) 11/15 Howard 11/17 at Navy

1961 (2-6-0)

1968 (6-4-0)

L, 1-0

1960 (4-3-0)

Coach: Bill Lauritzen 10/7 American 10/14 at Mount St. Mary’s 10/20 Virginia 10/28 Gallaudet 11/1 Randolph-Macon 11/4 Maryland 11/10 Loyola (Md.) 11/18 at Howard

L, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 8-2 L, 4-2 W, 4-1 L, 9-2 W, 6-3 L, 7-1

1962 (3-5-0) Coach: Bill Lauritzen 10/6 Mount St. Mary’s 10/12 Virginia 10/20 Loyola (Md.) 10/27 Gallaudet 11/1 American 11/3 Maryland 11/10 Randolph-Macon 11/17 Howard

W, 2-1 L, 4-1 L, 5-0 W, 3-1 L, 6-4 L, 11-0 W, 2-0 L, 6-0

1963 (4-4-0) § Coach: Bill Lauritzen 10/5 Mount St. Mary’s Gallaudet Loyola (Md.) 10/26 Maryland Seton Hall 11/2 Catholic 11/9 American

W, 5-1 W, 12-2 W, 5-2 L, 11-1 L, 4-3 L, 3-1 W, 3-0

Coach: Ricardo Mendoza 10/12 Towson 10/16 Gallaudet Howard 10/26 Maryland American 11/1 Morgan State 11/6 University of Baltimore 11/9 George Washington 11/14 Catholic 11/16 Navy

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

W, 7-2 W, 7-0 L, 5-0 L, 1-0 W, 4-3 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 7-0

1969 (4-6-1) Coach: Ricardo Mendoza 10/15 Towson 10/18 American 10/22 Howard 10/25 Loyola (Md.) 10/29 at Gallaudet 10/31 at Morgan State 11/4 Maryland 11/7 George Washington 11/12 at University of Baltimore 11/15 Navy 11/18 at Catholic

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

1970 (3-9-0)

Coach: Bill Lauritzen 10/7 at Loyola (Md.) W, 5-2 10/10 at Gallaudet W, 2-0 10/24 at American T, 1-1 10/27 at Maryland L, 11-0 10/31 Catholic L 11/11 University of Baltimore L 11/14 at Howard L, 2-1

Coach: Paul Kennedy 10/2 George Mason W, 3-0 10/7 Navy L, 4-0 10/10 Gallaudet W, 4-1 L, 3-0 10/14 at Towson 10/19 at Loyola (Md.) L, 2-1 10/21 at Howard L, 11-1 10/24 at American L, 3-0 10/31 Morgan State W, 1-0 L, 7-0 11/3 Maryland 11/7 at George Washington L, 3-2 11/10 Catholic L, 3-0 11/14 University of Baltimore L, 4-1

1965 (2-8-0)

1971 (5-6-2)

1964 (3-5-1) §

Coach: Bill Lauritzen 10/8 Gallaudet W George Washington W 10/5 Towson L 10/13 at Morgan State L 10/15 American L, 2-0 10/23 at Catholic L , 4-2 10/30 at Navy L 11/6 Loyola (Md.) L 11/10 at University of Baltimore L 11/13 Howard L

1966 (7-4-0) Coach: Ricardo Mendoza 10/12 Morgan State 10/15 Maryland 10/19 at American 10/22 Catholic 10/25 Gallaudet 10/29 at Navy 11/1 George Washington 11/5 at Towson 11/9 University of Baltimore 11/11 at Loyola (Md.) 11/16 at Howard

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

Coach: Paul Kennedy 9/25 at Gallaudet 10/3 at George Mason 10/6 at Navy 10/9 George Washington 10/13 Towson 10/16 Loyola (Md.) 10/23 American 10/27 Mount St. Mary’s 10/30 Villanova 11/3 at Maryland 11/6 at University of Baltimore 11/9 Catholic 11/13 St. Peter’s (N.J.)

W, 6-3 W, 3-1 L, 8-1 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 7-1 W, 3-0 W, 6-3 T, 1-1 L, 7-1 T, 4-4 L, 1-0 W, 4-0

1972 (6-3-5) § Coach: Paul Kennedy 9/20 Prince Georges C.C. 9/27 Catholic 9/30 Gallaudet 10/4 University of Baltimore 10/7 at St. Peter’s (N.J.) 10/11 at Towson 10/14 at Loyola (Md.) L, 5-0 10/18 at George Washington 10/25 at Mount St. Mary’s L, 2-0 10/28 at Villanova

11/1 at Fordham 11/6 Morgan State 11/8 Lincoln University 11/11 at American

W, 1-0

1973 (6-7-1) § Coach: Paul Kennedy 10/13 Mount St. Mary’s Loyola (Md.)

L, 2-0 L, 2-1

1974 (4-10-1) § L, 3-0 L, 5-2 L, 7-0 W, 1-0

1975 (4-8-1) § T, 1-1 (ot) L, 2-1 L, 3-0 L, 2-1

1976 (2-6-1) Coach: Bill Smith Loyola (Md.) 9/25 Saint Joseph’s American George Washington Villanova Catholic Gallaudet St. Peter’s (N.J.) 11/2 Johns Hopkins

L, 12-1 L, 2-1 L, 4-1 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 T, 1-1 W, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 4-0

1977 (3-9-2) Coach: Tim Cooney 9/14 at Johns Hopkins L, 3-2 (ot) 9/17 at William & Mary L, 2-0 9/18 Old Dominion L, 3-0 9/21 George Mason T, 1-1 L, 2-0 9/24 Saint Joseph’s 9/28 American L, 2-1 10/1 St. Mary’s T, 3-3 L, 2-0 10/4 at Catholic 10/8 Mount St. Mary’s W, 3-0 L, 2-0 10/12 George Washington 10/15 Villanova W, 3-0 10/19 at Gallaudet W, 2-1 (ot) L, 3-2 10/29 Loyola (Md.) 11/2 at UDC L, 5-0

1978 (2-10-0) § Coach: Tim Cooney 9/13 Johns Hopkins 9/16 William & Mary 10/31 Mount St. Mary’s

T, 1-1 (ot) L, 2-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 6-0 L, 3-2 L, 2-1 W, 1-0

1981 (3-8-4)

Coach: Paul Kennedy 10/12 Mount St. Mary’s Saint Joseph’s Loyola (Md.) American

Coach: Bill Smith 10/10 Mount St. Mary’s Saint Joseph’s Loyola (Md.) American

10/4 Mary Washington 10/8 at Loyola (Md.) 10/12 Towson 10/15 UDC 10/18 at Villanova 10/22 at George Mason 10/24 Howard 10/28 Mount St. Mary’s 10/30 Saint Joseph’s 11/4 St. Mary’s

Saint Joseph’s George Mason Loyola (Md.) American

L, 1-0 L, 5-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 7-0 L, 3-0

1979 (2-10-0) Coach: Tim Cooney 9/12 at Johns Hopkins 9/16 George Washington 9/22 at Saint Joseph’s 9/26 American 9/29 at St. Mary’s 10/13 Villanova 10/17 at UDC 10/24 at Howard 10/27 at Mount St. Mary’s 10/31 William & Mary 11/3 at Towson 11/6 George Mason

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

1980 (1-12-1) Coach: Scott Strasburg 9/17 Johns Hopkins L, 1-0 9/20 at George Washington L, 2-1 9/24 at American L, 1-0 (ot) 10/1 Catholic L, 1-0

Coach: Mike Dillon at St. Mary’s W, 1-0 George Washington L, 3-1 American T, 0-0 (ot) 9/26 at Johns Hopkins T, 2-2 (ot) Catholic W, 2-0 Loyola (Md.) L, 1-0 at Howard L, 2-1 10/11 at Saint Joseph’s L, 1-0 Villanova L, 1-0 10/21 George Mason T, 1-1 10/24 at Mount St. Mary’s L, 1-0 10/28 Gallaudet W, 4-1 (ot) 11/3 Maryland L, 2-0 L, 4-1 11/7 at Shippensburg at Mary Washington T, 0-0 (ot)

1982 (4-9-4) Coach: Mike Dillon Rochester L, 1-0 9/11 Notre Dame T, 0-0 (ot) 9/14 St. Mary’s W, 2-0 9/18 at George Washington L, 2-1 at American L, 4-1 9/25 Johns Hopkins W, 2-1 T, 1-1 (ot) 9/29 Catholic L, 2-1 10/2 Mary Washington 10/6 at Loyola (Md.) L, 2-1 10/9 Howard T, 2-2 (ot) L, 2-1 10/16 at Villanova 10/20 at George Mason L, 2-0 10/23 Mount St. Mary’s T, 1-1 (ot) W, 3-0 10/27 at Gallaudet 10/30 Saint Joseph’s L, 2-1 11/3 at Maryland L, 3-0 11/6 Shippensburg W, 2-1

1983 (4-10-1) Coach: Mike Dillon 9/14 at St. Mary’s W, 2-0 9/17 George Washington L, 3-0 9/21 American L, 7-0 W, 2-1 9/24 at Johns Hopkins L, 2-1 9/29 at Catholic 10/1 at Mary Washington T, 2-2 (ot) 10/5 Loyola (Md.) L, 5-1 10/8 at Howard L, 3-1 10/15 Villanova W, 3-1 L, 3-0 10/18 George Mason 10/22 at Mount St. Mary’s L, 3-0 10/26 Gallaudet W, 5-2 10/29 at Saint Joseph’s L, 2-1 11/2 Maryland L, 3-1 11/5 at Shippensburg L, 1-0

1984 (6-10-2) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/11 at Loyola (Md.) L, 4-0 9/13 at George Washington L, 3-0 9/16 Tennessee W, 1-0 (ot) 9/19 at American L, 6-0 9/22 Johns Hopkins W, 2-0 9/27 Catholic L, 2-1 9/29 Mary Washington T, 0-0 (ot) 10/3 at Towson L, 2-1 10/6 Howard L, 8-2 10/13 at Villanova L, 3-0 10/14 Haverford L, 3-0 10/17 at George Mason L, 6-0 10/20 Mount St. Mary’s W, 1-0 10/24 St. Mary’s W, 5-1 10/27 Saint Joseph’s T, 2-2 (ot) 10/31 at Maryland L, 4-0


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1985 (8-11-0, 1-3 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/8 James Madison L, 4-2 L, 2-0 9/11 George Washington 9/13 Richmond L, 2-1 L, 4-0 9/18 American 9/20 at Iona & W, 1-0 9/21 vs. Manhattan & W, 3-0 9/24 at Johns Hopkins L, 3-1 9/26 at Catholic W, 3-1 9/28 at Mary Washington W, 1-0 10/2 Towson W, 2-1 10/5 at St. John’s L, 1-0 W, 3-2 10/12 Villanova 10/16 George Mason L, 7-1 10/19 at Pittsburgh L, 3-0 10/23 at Howard L, 2-0 10/27 Shenandoah W, 4-0 10/30 Maryland L, 5-1 11/2 Seton Hall L, 2-1 W, 5-0 11/5 at St. Mary’s & Iona Classic; New Rochelle, N.Y.

1986 (8-10-1, 2-1-1 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/6 James Madison L, 1-0 9/10 at George Washington L, 5-1 9/13 at Richmond L, 3-0 9/17 at American L, 2-0 9/20 at College of Charleston & W, 3-2 L, 3-2 9/21 vs. UNC-Charlotte & 9/25 Catholic W, 4-1 9/27 UMBC W, 3-1 L, 2-0 10/1 at Towson 10/4 St. John’s L, 2-0 10/6 Shenandoah W, 3-0 W, 2-0 10/11 Villanova 10/15 at George Mason L, 1-0 (ot) 10/18 Pittsburgh W, 1-0 10/25 Monmouth W, 1-0 10/26 St. Mary’s W, 4-0 10/29 at Maryland L, 5-0 11/1 at Seton Hall T, 1-1 (ot) 11/4 Howard L, 3-2 (ot) & College of Charleston Tournament; Charleston, S.C.

1987 (7-11-0, 2-2 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/5 vs. Rutgers – Camden & W, 3-1 9/6 at Mount St. Mary’s & W, 2-1 9/19 George Washington L, 2-1 9/12 vs. Davidson * L, 2-1 W, 3-2 9/13 vs. Cincinnati * 9/16 American L, 3-1 9/23 Richmond L, 1-0 9/26 Robert Morris L, 2-0 9/30 Towson L, 1-0 10/3 at St. John’s L, 2-1 10/5 at Shenandoah W, 3-1 10/10 Villanova W, 1-0 10/17 at Pittsburgh W, 1-0 10/21 at UMBC L, 2-1 10/24 at Monmouth L, 1-0 10/27 at St. Mary’s W, 1-0 10/31 Seton Hall L, 4-1 11/3 at Howard L, 4-0 & Mount St. Mary’s Tournament; Emmitsburg, Md. * UNC-Charlotte Tournament; Charlotte, N.C.

1988 (12-7-1, 2-2 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/7 at George Washington T, 0-0 9/10 Detroit-Mercy W, 3-1 9/14 at American L, 3-0 9/17 vs. St. Peter’s & W, 1-0 9/18 at Mount St. Mary’s & W, 4-1 9/21 at Towson L, 1-0 9/23 vs. Indiana (Pa.) * L, 1-0

9/24 vs. Canisius * W, 2-0 9/28 Shenandoah W, 2-0 10/1 St. John’s L, 2-1 10/4 Fordham W, 1-0 10/8 at Villanova W, 1-0 10/11 Gettysburg W, 3-0 10/15 Pittsburgh W, 1-0 10/17 John Carroll W, 5-1 10/20 Catholic W, 4-0 10/22 St. Mary’s W, 8-0 L, 1-0 10/29 at Seton Hall 11/1 Howard L, 2-0 11/5 vs. No. 1 Seton Hall % L, 2-0 & Mount St. Mary’s Tournament; Emmitsburg, Md. * Virginia Commonwealth Tournament; Richmond, Va. % BIG EAST Semifinal; Storrs, Conn.

1989 (9-9-1, 3-1 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/2 Mary Washington L, 2-1 L, 3-1 9/6 George Washington 9/10 Bowling Green L, 1-0 L, 2-1 9/13 American 9/16 vs. Richmond & T, 3-3 (ot) 9/17 at Mount St. Mary’s & W, 1-0 9/20 Towson W, 4-1 9/23 at Pittsburgh W, 3-1 9/25 Eastern College W, 5-1 9/30 at St. John’s W, 3-2 (ot) 10/7 Villanova W, 1-0 10/10 Hartford L, 2-1 10/14 UNC-Greensboro L, 1-0 10/17 Messiah W, 4-1 10/21 at James Madison L, 2-1 10/24 Catholic W, 5-0 10/28 Seton Hall L, 10-0 10/29 at Manhattanville W, 8-1 11/1 at Howard L, 3-1 & Mount St. Mary’s Tournament; Emmitsburg, Md.

1990 (11-9-0, 4-4 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/1 at Mary Washington W, 1-0 9/5 at George Washington L, 1-0 9/8 at Richmond L, 4-0 9/12 at American L, 3-0 W, 5-0 9/13 Marymount W, 8-0 9/15 John Carroll L, 3-1 9/19 at Villanova 9/22 Pittsburgh W, 3-0 9/25 Mount St. Mary’s L, 3-2 (ot) 9/29 St. John’s W, 4-3 (ot) W, 5-0 10/2 at Eastern College 10/7 Syracuse L, 3-0 10/10 at Messiah L, 2-1 10/14 Connecticut W, 2-1 10/16 at Catholic W, 3-2 10/19 at Boston College L, 2-0 10/21 at Providence W, 4-3 (ot) 10/24 at St. Francis (Pa.) W, 4-3 L, 2-0 10/27 at Seton Hall 10/31 at Towson W, 1-0

1991 (10-8-1, 4-4 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/7 Villanova L, 6-4 9/11 American W, 2-0 9/15 Providence L, 2-1 9/21 at Pittsburgh W, 4-3 9/24 at Mount St. Mary’s W, 3-0 9/27 at Cleveland State & W, 3-1 9/28 vs. Akron & T, 2-2 (ot) 10/2 George Washington L, 3-2 10/5 at St. John’s L, 2-1 (ot) 10/8 at VMI W, 7-0 10/13 Boston College W, 4-2 10/16 George Mason L, 3-1 10/20 at Connecticut L, 3-2 10/23 Notre Dame L, 4-1 10/26 Seton Hall W, 5-4 (ot) 10/28 Marymount W, 6-2 10/30 Towson L, 3-0

11/3 at Syracuse W, 3-1 11/5 at St. Francis (Pa.) W, 3-1 & Cleveland State Tournament; Cleveland, Ohio

1995 (8-9-3, 5-5-1 BE)

1998 (15-6-0, 7-4 BE)

Coach: Keith Tabtatznik 9/5 Richmond W, 3-1 (ot) 9/9 at American W, 3-2 (ot) 9/13 Syracuse W, 4-1 9/16 Maryland – Eastern Shore W, 7-0 9/20 at Villanova L, 3-1 W, 3-1 9/23 Mount St. Mary’s 9/26 at Providence L, 1-0 W, 3-1 9/30 at UMBC 10/4 Pittsburgh W, 2-1 10/7 at George Washington T, 2-2 (ot) 10/10 at Boston College W, 3-2 10/14 at Philadelphia University L, 2-0 W, 3-2 10/18 Connecticut 10/21 VMI W, 2-0 10/24 St. John’s L, 4-0 L, 2-1 10/28 at Towson 10/31 at Seton Hall L, 3-0 W, 5-1 11/3 St. Francis (Pa.) 11/6 vs. No. 1 St. John’s % L, 2-1 % BIG EAST Semifinal; Storrs, Conn.

Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/2 vs. UW – Milwaukee & L, 4-1 L, 5-0 9/3 vs. Wisconsin & 9/6 Delaware L, 3-1 (ot) W, 5-1 9/9 at Oneonta State * 9/10 vs. Hartwick * T, 3-3 (ot) 9/13 Villanova W, 3-2 9/17 at Rutgers T, 3-3 (ot) 9/20 West Virginia W, 4-2 9/24 at Syracuse L, 1-0 9/27 at William & Mary L, 4-0 10/1 Boston College L, 3-1 W, 5-1 10/4 St. Francis (Pa.) 10/8 at Notre Dame L, 3-2 W, 7-2 10/14 Seton Hall 10/18 American W, 1-0 (ot) 10/21 Providence W, 4-0 10/25 at Connecticut W, 3-1 10/28 at St. John’s L, 1-0 L, 1-0 11/4 at Pittsburgh 11/10 at No. 3 Rutgers ^ T, 2-2 (ot)1 & Wisconsin Tournament; Madison, Wis. * Mayor’s Cup; Oneonta, N.Y. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; New Brunswick, N.J. 1 Rutgers wins shootout, 6-5

1993 (9-8-2, 4-2-2 BE)

1996 (7-10-2, 4-5-2 BE)

Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/1 at American W, 2-0 9/5 George Washington W, 6-2 9/7 St. Peter’s W, 2-0 9/11 vs. South Florida & W, 2-0 9/13 vs. Princeton & W, 4-0 9/18 at Seton Hall L, 3-2 (2ot) L, 4-0 9/20 at Connecticut 9/27 Rutgers W, 1-0 9/30 Old Dominion W, 3-2 10/3 Notre Dame W, 2-1 10/7 at West Virginia W, 3-0 10/11 Pittsburgh W, 2-0 10/16 St. John’s L, 2-1 (ot) W, 5-4 (ot) 10/18 Syracuse 10/24 at Providence L, 2-1 10/28 at Villanova W, 3-2 (ot) 11/1 at Boston College W, 2-1 11/4 Richmond L, 5-4 11/8 No. 5 Providence ^ W, 1-0 (2ot) 11/13 vs. No. 1 Connecticut % W, 2-1 11/15 vs. No. 2 St. John’s* @ L, 4-1 & UConn/N.E. Ford Dealer’s Classic; New Britain, Conn. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; Harbin Field % BIG EAST Semifinal; New Brunswick, N.J. @ BIG EAST Championship; New Brunswick, N.J.

1992 (11-7-1, 4-4 BE)

Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/4 at UNC-Greensboro L, 8-2 9/6 at NC State L, 2-0 9/8 at Maryland – Eastern Shore W, 4-1 9/12 at Syracuse W, 2-0 W, 4-0 9/15 at Mount St. Mary’s T, 2-2 (ot) 9/19 Villanova L, 4-1 9/22 at Virginia 9/25 Seton Hall L, 4-3 9/21 UMBC L, 5-1 10/3 at Connecticut L, 2-0 10/10 Providence W, 3-0 10/13 Philadelphia University W, 5-2 10/16 at St. John’s T, 1-1 (ot) 10/20 American L, 1-0 10/24 Boston College W, 2-1 10/27 Towson W, 4-3 10/31 at Pittsburgh W, 3-1 11/2 St. Francis (Pa.) W, 3-0 11/6 vs. No. 3 Boston College % L, 4-0 % BIG EAST Semifinal; South Orange, N.J.

1994 (18-4-0, 7-1 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/3 vs. Duke & W, 2-1 9/4 at NC State & L, 2-1 9/7 at Delaware W, 3-0 9/10 at Boston College W, 3-1 W, 1-0 9/14 Mount St. Mary’s 9/18 Pittsburgh W, 3-2 9/24 at Seton Hall W, 3-2 9/27 at VMI W, 6-2 10/1 at Villanova L, 1-0 10/3 George Washington W, 4-1 10/8 at Providence W, 2-1 10/11 Maryland – Eastern Shore W, 10-0 10/16 Connecticut W, 3-1 10/19 at American W, 3-2 (ot) 10/22 Syracuse W, 4-0 10/26 at Towson W, 3-0 10/29 St. John’s W, 2-1 (ot) 11/1 at St. Francis (Pa.) W, 6-1 W, 4-3 11/5 William and Mary 11/12 vs. No. 4 Seton Hall* % W, 2-1 11/13 vs. No. 2 St. John’s @ L, 1-0 11/19 Maryland ! L, 4-3 (ot) & NC State Tournament; Raleigh, N.C. % BIG EAST Semifinal; Storrs, Conn. @ BIG EAST Championship; Storrs, Conn. ! NCAA First Round; Harbin Field

Coach: Keith Tabatznik 8/31 Oneonta State W, 9-0 9/2 St. Francis (Pa.) W, 6-0 9/6 vs. Hofstra & L, 2-0 9/8 vs. Florida International & L, 5-4 (ot) L, 4-1 9/14 Rutgers 9/20 St. John’s L, 2-1 9/22 Syracuse L, 3-1 9/25 at American L, 3-0 9/28 at Boston College W, 1-0 W, 2-0 10/5 Pittsburgh 10/8 Maryland – Eastern Shore W, 10-0 T, 3-3 (ot) 10/12 at Providence 10/18 at Seton Hall W, 2-1 10/20 at Connecticut T, 3-3 (ot) 10/23 Notre Dame L, 2-1 (ot) 10/27 at West Virginia L, 1-0 10/30 at Virginia L, 6-0 11/3 at Villanova W, 3-1 11/17 at No. 3 Notre Dame ^ L, 2-1 & University of Maryland Tournament; College Park, Md. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; South Bend, Ind.

1997 (15-7-0, 9-2 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 8/30 Virginia Commonwealth L, 1-0 9/1 Liberty L, 1-0 9/6 Lehigh W, 6-1 9/10 American W, 2-1 (ot) 9/13 Boston College W, 1-0 (ot) 9/17 West Virginia W, 4-1 9/21 at Rutgers W, 3-1 9/26 Connecticut W, 1-0 (ot) 9/28 Seton Hall L, 1-0 10/4 Villanova W, 5-0 10/8 Virginia L, 1-0 10/12 at Pittsburgh W, 2-1 (ot) 10/17 at Notre Dame W, 2-1 (ot) 10/19 at Loyola (Ill.) W, 3-1 10/24 at Syracuse W, 2-1 10/26 at St. John’s L, 1-0 11/1 Providence W, 4-3 11/5 at Richmond W, 2-1 11/9 No. 7 Connecticut ^ W, 2-0 11/14 vs. No. 3 Rutgers % L, 1-0 11/23 at Virginia Commonwealth ! W, 2-1 11/30 at Virginia + L, 5-1 ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; Harbin Field % BIG EAST Semifinal; Storrs, Conn. ! NCAA First Round; Richmond, Va. + NCAA Second Round; Charlottesville, Va.

1999 (11-9-1, 6-4-1 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/1 Iona W, 3-1 9/4 Mount St. Mary’s * W, 2-0 9/6 Albany * W, 2-0 9/10 at Brown & L, 2-0 L, 2-1 9/12 vs. Yale & 9/17 at Syracuse L, 2-0 9/19 at St. John’s T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/25 at Pittsburgh W, 1-0 (2ot) L, 3-0 9/28 Rutgers 10/2 Boston College W, 1-0 W, 4-3 (2ot) 10/6 West Virginia W, 5-1 10/10 Villanova 10/15 Connecticut L, 1-0 10/17 Seton Hall W, 2-0 10/23 Providence L, 3-1 10/26 American L, 2-1 10/29 Notre Dame W, 3-1 11/2 Richmond L, 1-0 (ot) 11/6 at No. 4 St. John’s ^ W, 1-0 (ot) 11/12 vs. No. 1 Rutgers % W, 2-0 11/14 at No. 2 Connecticut @ L, 2-0 * Hoya Soccer Classic & Brown Invitational; Providence, R.I. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; Jamaica, N.Y. % BIG EAST Semifinal; Storrs, Conn. @ BIG EAST Championship; Storrs, Conn.

2000 (9-8-1, 5-5-1) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/2 at American * W, 1-0 9/4 George Washington * W, 2-1 9/9 Rutgers W, 2-1 9/15 vs. William & Mary & W, 3-1 9/17 at Old Dominion & L, 3-2 9/22 Syracuse T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/24 St. John’s L, 1-0 L, 2-1 9/30 at Providence 10/4 at Villanova W, 1-0 (ot) 10/7 Pittsburgh L, 4-2 10/11 at West Virginia W, 3-2 10/14 Navy W, 2-0 10/17 Notre Dame W, 2-0 10/20 at Connecticut L, 2-0 10/22 at Seton Hall W, 3-2 (ot) 10/27 at Boston College L, 1-0 10/31 Richmond L, 3-2 11/5 at No. 3 Boston College ^ L, 2-1 * D.C. College Classic & Old Dominion Tournament; Norfolk, Va.

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2001 (9-9-1, 6-4 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 8/31 American * L, 1-0 (ot) W, 3-2 (ot) 9/2 Howard * 9/8 at Vermont & T, 0-0 (ot) 9/9 vs. New Hampshire & L, 3-2 (ot) 9/18 St. Peter’s W, 5-2 9/22 at St. John’s L, 1-0 W, 2-1 (ot) 9/26 West Virginia 9/29 Providence W, 1-0 10/2 Old Dominion L, 2-1 10/5 at Notre Dame L, 3-1 10/9 Virginia Tech W, 2-1 10/13 at Rutgers L, 3-2 (ot) 10/20 Connecticut W, 1-0 10/23 at Navy L, 1-0 10/28 at Boston College L, 3-2 (ot) 10/31 Penn W, 2-1 11/3 Seton Hall W, 4-2 11/6 at Pittsburgh W, 1-0 11/10 at No. 2 Notre Dame ^ L, 1-0 * D.C. College Cup & Smith Barney Tournament; Burlington, Vt. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; South Bend, Ind.

2003 (8-9-2, 3-7 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 8/29 Howard * W, 4-0 8/31 American * T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/5 vs. Indiana & T, 2-2 (2ot) 9/6 vs. Boston University & L, 2-1 (2ot) 9/13 at St. John’s L, 3-0 9/16 Towson W, 3-1 9/19 at Boston College L, 1-0 9/24 Virginia Tech W, 2-1 (ot) 9/28 at Notre Dame L, 2-1 10/1 at VMI W, 4-0 10/4 Providence L, 3-1 L, 3-2 10/8 at Maryland 10/12 Pittsburgh L, 2-1 (2ot) W, 2-0 10/15 at Villanova 10/18 Syracuse W, 4-1 10/25 at Seton Hall L, 3-1 W, 3-0 10/28 at Navy 11/1 Connecticut L, 1-0 11/4 at Delaware W, 2-0 * D.C. College Cup & UConn Tournament; Storrs, Conn.

2002 (8-9-1, 5-4-1 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 8/30 vs. George Washington * L, 3-1 9/1 at American * L, 4-0 9/7 at Syracuse L, 3-2 (ot) 9/10 Navy W, 2-0 W, 3-1 9/14 at Providence L, 1-0 (2ot) 9/17 at Towson 9/21 Rutgers W, 1-0 9/28 Boston College L, 3-1 10/1 Princeton W, 3-2 L, 5-1 10/5 at Connecticut 10/9 Maryland L, 2-0 10/12 Villanova W, 4-1 10/20 Virginia Tech L, 4-1 10/26 Notre Dame W, 3-2 11/2 St. John’s T, 0-0 (2ot) 11/5 at West Virginia W, 1-0 11/9 at No. 4 Notre Dame ^ W, 2-1

2004 (11-8-2, 5-4-1 BE) Coach: Keith Tabatznik 9/1 Delaware W, 2-1 9/4 George Washington W, 1-0 9/6 American L, 2-1 (ot) 9/10 Penn State L, 3-2 (2ot) L, 4-2 9/12 at Maryland 9/15 at Towson W, 2-0 L, 4-2 9/18 at Notre Dame 9/22 St. John’s L, 1-0 9/25 Mount St. Mary’s W, 8-1 W, 2-1 9/29 West Virginia W, 3-2 10/3 at Syracuse W, 1-0 (2ot) 10/9 at Providence 10/13 at Rutgers W, 3-2 10/16 Villanova L, 2-1 10/20 at Pittsburgh L, 2-1

10/23 Boston College T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/26 Navy W, 2-1 10/30 Seton Hall W, 4-0 W, 4-3 (2ot) 11/2 VMI 11/6 at No. 4 Villanova ^ T, 1-1 (2ot)1 11/12 vs. No. 8 Seton Hall & L, 1-0 (ot) ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; Villanova, Pa. % BIG EAST Semifinal; New Brunswick, N.J. 1 Georgetown wins shootout, 4-3

2005 (10-9-1, 6-5 BE) Coach: Keith Tabaztnik 9/2 vs. Howard * W, 1-0 (ot) 9/4 vs. American* W, 1-0 9/9 vs. Virginia Commonwealth & W, 3-1 9/11 vs. Santa Clara & L, 4-0 9/16 at DePaul W, 4-3 (ot) 9/18 at South Florida L, 3-1 W, 2-0 9/23 Villanova 9/25 Rutgers W, 3-2 (ot) 9/28 Manhattan W, 3-0 10/1 Providence L, 3-2 10/5 at Seton Hall L, 4-1 L, 1-0 10/8 at West Virginia 10/11 Maryland L, 6-0 10/15 Notre Dame W, 1-0 10/19 Creighton L, 6-0 10/22 at Marquette W, 1-0 10/26 Pittsburgh W, 3-1 10/29 at Connecticut L, 1-0 11/3 at No. 4 Villanova # T, 2-2 (2ot)1 11/6 at No. 1 Connecticut ^ L, 5-0 * D.C. College Cup & University of Maryland Tournament; College Park, Md. # BIG EAST First Round; Villanova, Pa. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; Storrs, Conn. 1 Georgetown wins shootout, 3-0

2006 (6-11-0, 3-8 BE) Coach: Brian Wiese 8/25 vs. George Washington * W, 5-2 8/27 at American * L, 2-1 9/1 at Creighton & L, 3-2 (ot) 9/3 vs. Missouri State & L, 2-0

W, 1-0 (2ot) 9/8 Syracuse 9/10 St. John’s L, 5-2 W, 1-0 9/15 at Villanova 9/17 at Rutgers L, 1-0 (ot) L, 3-1 9/23 Connecticut 9/27 Seton Hall L, 2-1 (ot) 9/30 at Providence L, 4-0 W, 5-0 10/3 Howard 10/7 at Notre Dame L, 4-1 W, 3-0 10/10 Lafayette 10/14 West Virginia L, 2-0 10/18 at Pittsburgh L, 1-0 W, 1-0 (ot) 10/21 Marquette * D.C. College Cup & Ameritas Classic/Creighton Tournament; Omaha, Neb.

2007 (7-11-1, 5-5-1 BE) Coach: Brian Wiese 8/31 vs. UNC-Greensboro * L, 3-0 W, 1-0 9/2 vs. Marshall * 9/7 vs. Tulsa % L, 1-0 L, 1-0 9/9 at SMU % 9/15 at Connecticut L, 1-0 (ot) 9/21 at Cincinnati L, 2-1 W, 1-0 9/23 at Louisville 9/28 Rutgers L, 1-0 9/30 Villanova L, 1-0 10/6 Providence W, 2-0 10/9 George Washington L, 2-0 10/13 at West Virginia L , 2-0 10/16 American W, 2-1 (ot) 10/20 at Marquette W, 2-1 10/23 at Maryland L, 2-1 10/27 Pittsburgh W, 2-0 10/31 at Seton Hall W, 2-1 11/3 Notre Dame T, 0-0 (2ot) 11/7 at No. 4 South Florida # L, 4-0 * JMU/Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club Tournament; Harrisonburg, Va. % SMU/Mi Cocina Classic; Dallas, Texas # BIG EAST First Round; Tampa, Fla.

2008 (11-5-3, 5-3-3 BE) Coach: Brian Wiese 8/29 vs. Northridge * 8/31 vs. Fullerton * 9/5 Davidson

W, 6-0 9/7 Hartford 9/10 Stony Brook W, 1-0 9/13 at Providence L, 1-0 L, 2-1 9/19 South Florida 9/21 DePaul W, 1-0 W, 2-1 (ot) 9/26 at Rutgers T, 0-0 9/28 at Villanova 10/8 Seton Hall T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/11 Connecticut T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/14 at American L, 4-1 W, 1-0 10/18 at Pittsburgh 10/25 West Virginia W, 1-0 10/29 at Notre Dame L, 2-1 W, 4-2 11/1 Marquette 11/6 No. 6 Cincinnati # W, 3-1 11/9 at No. 2 South Florida ^ L, 2-1 * Cal State-Northridge Tournament; Northridge, Calif. # BIG EAST First Round; Washington, D.C. ^ BIG EAST Quarterfinal; Tampa, Fla.

2009 (9-8-2, 6-5 BE) Coach: Brian Wiese 9/1 at Adelphi T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/4 California L, 0-2 9/6 UCLA W, 2-0 9/11 vs Coastal Carolina* W, 3-0 9/13 vs UNC Asheville* W, 2-0 9/18 at St. John’s L, 0-2 9/20 at Syracuse W, 2-0 9/25 Villanova W, 2-0 9/27 Rutgers W, 1-0 10/3 at UCONN L, 0-1 10/7 at Seton Hall W, 2-1 10/10 Pittsburgh W, 1-0 (2ot) 10/13 Maryland L, 1-2 10/17 at Marquette L, 0-1 10/21 Notre Dame L, 1-2 (ot) 10/24 at WVU W, 2-1 10/28 American L, 1-3 10/31 Providence L, 1-2 (ot) 11/4 DePaul# T, 2-2 (2ot) * Davidson Tournament; Davidson, N.C. # BIG EAST First Round; Washington, D.C.

W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS Adelphi (0-0-1) Akron (0-0-1) Albany (1-0) American (21-29-3) Baltimore (2-9-1-) Boston College (8-6-1) Boston University (0-1) Bowling Green (0-1) British Lions Club (0-1) Brown (0-1) California-Los Angeles (1-0) Cal State-Fullerton (1-0) Cal State-Northridge (1-0) Canisius (1-0) Catholic (6-9-3) College of Charleston (1-0) Cincinnati (2-1) Cleveland State (1-0) Coastal Carolina (1-0) Connecticut (8-13-2) Creighton (0-2) Davidson (1-1) Delaware (3-1) DePaul (2-0-1) Detroit-Mercy (1-0)

UDC (1-3) Duke (1-1) Eastern College (2-0) Florida International (0-1) Fordham (2-0) Gallaudet (16-1) George Mason (4-7-2) George Washington (7-16-2) Gettysburg (1-2) Hartford (1-1) Hartwick (0-0-1) Haverford (0-1) Hofstra (0-1) Howard (4-25-2) Indiana (0-0-1) Indiana (Pa.) (0-1) Iona (2-0) James Madison (0-3) John Carroll (2-0) Johns Hopkins (3-6-1) Lafayette (1-0) Las Americas Club (0-1) Lehigh (1-0) Liberty (0-1) Louisville (1-0)

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Loyola (Ill.) (1-0) Loyola (Md.) (5-21-1) Manhattan (2-0) Manhattanville (1-0) Marquette (4-1) Marshall (1-0) Maryland (0-27) Maryland-Baltimore County (2-2) Maryland-Eastern Shore (4-0) Marymount (2-0) Mary Washington (2-1-4) Messiah (1-1) Missouri State (0-1) Monmouth (1-1) Morgan State (2-3-1) Mount St. Mary’s (18-12-2) Navy (5-9) New Hampshire (0-1) North Carolina (0-1) North Carolina-Asheville (1-0) North Carolina-Charlotte (0-1) North Carolina-Greensboro (0-3) NC State (0-2) Notre Dame (7-10-2)

Old Dominion (1-3) Oneonta State (2-0) Penn (1-0) Penn State (0-1) Philadelphia University (1-1) Pittsburgh (18-5) Princeton (2-0) Providence (10-10-1) Queens College (0-1) Randolph-Macon (3-1) Richmond (2-7-1) Robert Morris (0-1) Rochester (0-1) Rutgers (9-6-2) Rutgers-Camden (1-0) St. Francis (Pa.) (7-0) Saint Joseph’s (1-9-1) St. John’s (4-17-3) St. Mary’s (9-1-1) St. Peter’s (N.J.) (4-1) Santa Clara (0-1) Seton Hall (11-14-2) Shenandoah (4-0) Shippensburg (2-2) Southern Methodist (0-1)

South Florida (1-4) Stony Brook (1-0) Syracuse (10-5-1) Tennessee (1-0) Towson (9-17) Tulsa (0-1) Vermont (0-0-1) Virginia (1-7) Virginia Commonwealth (2-1) Virginia Military Institute (5-0) Virginia Tech (2-1) Villanova (19-12-5) Washington & Lee (1-4) Western Maryland (0-1) West Virginia (10-4) William and Mary (2-4) Wisconsin (0-1) Wisconsin-Milwaukee (0-1) Yale (0-1) bold indicates 2010 opponent


RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Career Records Points Name 1. Ben McKnight 2. Eric Kvello 3. Raul Ferrer 4. Ricky Schramm Tim Keegan 6. Todd Colonna 7. Tom Greaser 8. Tom Dillow 9. Andy Hoffmann 10. Kenny Owens 11. Todd Kinney 12. Patrick Kelly Nate Port 14. Jason Partenza 15. Kevin Shaw 16. Daniel Grasso Pat McNertney 18. Mert Incekara 19. Dan Gargan 20. Matt Kops 21. Dave Barron 22. Trevor Goodrich 23. Chris Jones Mike Newman 25. Jeff Curtin Kaiser Chowdhry Matt Lieb 28. Ron Dennie Gil Ascunce 30. Ben Jefferson-Dow Billy Bednarz Gui Barbosa 33. Kyle Rakow 34. Geoff Mills Andy Logan Ed Diaz 37. Danny McAnally

goals G A P Seasons 49 31 129 1992-95 44 36 124 1995-98 39 26 104 1992-95 39 15 93 2003-06 27 39 93 1990-94 31 22 84 1988-91 31 17 79 1994-97 29 20 78 1989-92 18 39 75 1986-89 27 14 68 1998-2001 22 17 61 1988-91 21 16 58 1992-96 25 8 58 1998-2001 16 19 51 1996-99 8 30 46 1996-99 14 14 42 2003-06 19 4 42 1970-73 11 19 41 1996-99 11 18 40 2001-2004 16 7 39 1988-1991 14 8 36 1988-92 4 25 33 2001-04 13 6 32 1991-94 9 14 32 1991-94 12 7 31 2002-05 9 13 31 2001-04 10 11 31 1989-92 4 22 30 1992-93 3 24 30 1993-96 11 7 29 2002-06 5 19 29 1995-98 9 11 29 1989-92 7 14 28 1997-2000 11 5 27 1982-83 9 9 27 1984-86 8 11 27 1986-89 7 12 26 2002-05

Game: 9 - Jason Partenza (vs. Lehigh, 9/6/1997, 3 goals, 3 assists) Season: 46 - Ben McKnight (1994) Career: 129 - Ben McKnight (1992-95)

assists

goals

Name Assists Seasons 39 1990-94 1. Tim Keegan Andy Hoffmann 39 1986-89 3. Eric Kvello 36 1995-98 4. Ben McKnight 31 1992-95 5. Kevin Shaw 30 1996-99 26 1992-95 6. Raul Ferrer 25 2001-04 7. Trevor Goodrich 24 1993-96 8. Gil Ascunce 9. Ron Dennie 22 1992-93 Todd Colonna 22 1988-91 11. Tom Dillow 20 1989-92

Shutouts Name Shutouts Seasons 22 1996-99 1. Tyler Purtill 14.5 1988-91 2. Bryan Gowdy 3. Matthew Brutto 14 2007-09 4. Andrew Keszler 12 2003-06 5. Phil Wellington 11 1991-94 6. John Janenda 10.5 1985-88 8 1980-83 7. Don Wall 8. Brian O’Hagan 7 1999-2002 Mark Wilber 7 2008-09 9. Tim Hogan 6 2000-03 10. Bob Thompson 5.5 1985-86 4 1984 11. Jeff Bradley Dick Gregorie 4 1966

Team Records Most Goals in a Game: 12 vs. Gallaudet (1963) Most Assists in a Game: 11 vs. Seton Hall (10/14/1995) Most Wins in a Season: 18 (1994) Best Winning Percentage: .818; 18-4 (1994)

Points

Name Goals Seasons 1. Ben McKnight 49 1992-95 2. Eric Kvello 44 1995-98 3. Ricky Schramm 39 2003-06 Raul Ferrer 39 1992-95 5. Tom Greaser 31 1994-97 Todd Colonna 31 1988-91 7. Tom Dillow 29 1989-92 8. Kenny Owens 27 1998-2001 Tim Keegan 27 1990-94 10. Nate Port 25 1998-2001 22 1988-91 11. Todd Kinney 12. Patrick Kelly 21 1992-96 13. Pat McNertney 19 1970-73 18 1986-89 14. Andy Hoffmann 16 1996-99 15. Jason Partenza Matt Kops 16 1988-91 17. Daniel Grasso 14 2003-06 Dave Barron 14 1988-92 13 1991-94 19. Chris Jones 12 2002-05 20. Jeff Curtin Alfredo Montero 12 1966 11 2002-06 22. Ben Jefferson-Dow Dan Gargan 11 2001-04 Mert Incekara 11 1996-99 Geoff Mills 11 1982-83

Most Points in a Season: 217 (1994) Most Goals in a Season: 68 (1994) Most Assists in a Season: 81 (1994) Most Shutouts in a Season: 10 (1998, 2008)

Goals

Game: 4 - Ben McKnight (vs. West Virginia, 9/20/1995); Pat McNertney (1973) Season: 18 - Ben McKnight (1994) Career: 42 - Ben McKnight (1992-95)

Assists

Game: 4 – Trevor Goodrich (vs. Villanova, 10/12/2002); Gil-Ignacio Ascunce (vs. Seton Hall, 10/14/1995) Season: 15 - Ron Dennie (1993) Career: 39 - Andy Hoffmann (1986-89)

Goalie Saves

Game: 21 - Jeff Bradley (vs. Howard, 10/6/1984)

Shutouts

Season: 8 - Matthew Brutto (2008), Tyler Purtill (1998) Career: 22 - Tyler Purtill (1996-99)

Single Season Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 11. 15. 17. 21.

Name Goals Season Ben McKnight 18 1994 Raul Ferrer 17 1994 Eric Kvello 15 1997 Eric Kvello 14 1998 Ben McKnight 14 1993 Ricky Schramm 13 2004 Ben McKnight 13 1995 Tom Greaser 12 1996 Tim Keegan 12 1992 Patrick McNertney 12 1973 Raul Ferrer 11 1993 Todd Colonna 11 1991 Kenny Owens 11 2000 Nate Port 11 2001 Ricky Schramm 10 2006 Todd Colonna 10 1990 Ricky Schramm 9 2003 Eric Kvello 9 1996 Tom Greaser 9 1997 Patrick Kelly 9 1994 Jason Partenza 8 1998 Raul Ferrer 8 1995 Tom Dillow 8 1991 Todd Kinney 8 1991 Todd Kinney 8 1990

Assists

1. 2. 3. 6. 9. 14. 16.

Name Assists Season Ron Dennie 15 1993 Tim Keegan 14 1994 Eric Kvello 13 1998 Tim Keegan 13 1991 Andy Hoffmann 13 1989 Trevor Goodrich 11 2004 Kevin Shaw 11 1999 Tom Dillow 11 1992 Kevin Shaw 10 1998 Raul Ferrer 10 1995 Ben McKnight 10 1994 Mike Newman 10 1994 Ben McKnight 10 1993 Eric Kvello 9 1996 Raul Ferrer 9 1994 Billy Bednarz 8 1997 Tom Greaser 8 1996 Gil Ascunce 8 1996 Gil Ascunce 8 1995 Eric Kvello 8 1995 Todd Colonna 8 1991 Todd Kinney 8 1991

points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 11. 14. 15. 17.

Name Points Season Ben McKnight 46 1994 Raul Ferrer 43 1994 Eric Kvello 41 1998 Ben McKnight 38 1993 Eric Kvello 36 1997 Ricky Schramm 32 2004 Tom Greaser 32 1996 Ben McKnight 32 1995 Tim Keegan 30 1992 Todd Colonna 30 1991 Eric Kvello 27 1996 Tim Keegan 27 1991 Andy Hoffmann 27 1989 Raul Ferrer 26 1995 Raul Ferrer 25 1993 Nate Port 25 2001 Ricky Schramm 24 2006 Tim Keegan 24 1994 Todd Kinney 24 1991 Todd Colonna 24 1990

Shutouts

1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 15. 17.

Name Shutouts Season Matthew Brutto 8.0 2008 Tyler Purtill 8.0 1998 Tyler Purtill 6.5 1999 Bryan Gowdy 6.0 1989 Andrew Keszler 5.0 2005 Mark Wilber 5.0 2009 Phil Wellington 4.5 1994 Bryan Gowdy 4.5 1990 Andrew Keszler 4.0 2004 Brian O’Hagan 4.0 2001 Tyler Purtill 4.0 1997 Jeff Bradley 4.0 1984 Don Wall 4.0 1981 Dick Gregorie 4.0 1966 Tyler Purtill 3.5 1997 Tyler Purtill 3.5 1996 Matthew Brutto 3.0 2009 Andrew Keszler 3.0 2006 Tim Hogan 3.0 2002 Brian O’Hagan 3.0 2000 Phil Wellington 3.0 1993 Bryan Gowdy 3.0 1989

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HONORS & AWARDS

Hoyas with

Professional Experience

BIG EAST AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year 2004 1997 1996 1994 sive)

Ricky Schramm (Offensive) Eric Kvello (Offensive) Brandon Lieb (Defensive) Phil Wellington (Defen-

Coach of the Year

1997 Keith Tabatznik 1994 Keith Tabatznik

First Team 2004 2001 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Ricky Schramm Kenny Owens Eric Kvello Greg Dillard Eric Kvello Brandon Lieb Brandon Lieb Ben McKnight Chris Jones Tim Keegan Phil Wellington Chris Jones Gui Barbosa Tim Keegan Todd Colonna Tim Keegan Todd Colonna

Second Team 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2000 1999 1997 1996 1994 1993

Ricky Scramm Jeff Curtin Jeff Curtin Dan Gargan Jeff Curtin Jeff Curtin Kenny Owens Kevin Shaw Mert Incekara Tyler Purtill Tom Greaser Raul Ferrer Brandon Lieb Ben McKnight Brandon Lieb Phil Wellington

Third Team 2008 2007 2005 2003

Len Coleman Len Coleman Ricky Schramm Dan Gargan

All-Rookie Team

2009 Ian Christianson 2000 Greg Freeburg 1998 Kenny Owens 1997 Kyle Rakow 1996 Kevin Shaw

Chris Ashby ’94 Tampa Bay Terror (NPSL) Jeff Curtin ’06 Chicago Fire, (MLS) DC United (MLS)

Honorable Mention

Ron Dennie ’95 Apollon (Greece Division B) Iraklis Salonica (Greece Division A)

Rookie of the Year

Dan Gargan ’05 Colorado Rapids (MLS) Philadelphia Kixx (MISL) Toronto FC

2008 Peter Grasso 2005 Ben Jefferson-Dow

2002 Jeff Curtin 1988 David Barron (S. Division)

BIG EAST All-Tournament Team Selections

1998 John Janenda 1988 Andy Hoffmann

BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete 2008-09 2004-05 1997-98 1996-97

Sean Bellomy Paul Brandley Greg Dillard Brandon Lieb

bold indicates current studentathlete

Trevor Goodrich ’05 St. Louis Steamers (MISL) Andy Hoffmann ’89 Washington Stars (APSL) N.J. Spirit (APSL) Chris Jones ’95 Tampa Bay Terror (NPSL) Tim Keegan ’95 Tampa Bay Terror (NPSL) Delaware Wizards (USISL) Eric Kvello ’99 N.Y./N.J. MetroStars (MLS Draft Pick) Harrisburg Heat (NPSL) Hershey Wildcats (A-League) Brandon Lieb ’97 D.C. United (MLS Draft Pick) Hershey Wildcats (A-League) Ben McKnight ’96 Richmond Kickers (USISL) Jacksonville Cyclone (A-League) Ricky Schramm ’07 D.C. United, (MLS Draft Pick) New York Red Bulls (MLS) Richmond Kickers (USL)

IAN CHRISTIANSON

Kevin Shaw ’00 Carolina Dynamo (USL)

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Phil Wellington ’96 Kansas City Wiz (MLS) Richmond Kickers (USISL) Jacksonville Cyclone (A-League)


HONORS & AWARDS NSCAA Award Winners NSCAA All-Americans Third Team

1998 Eric Kvello

NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year 1994 Keith Tabatznik

NSCAA Regional All-Americans (South Atlantic Region) First Team

IBU OTEGBEYE

Miscellaneous Award WinnerS Soccer America Freshman All-American

NCAA Tournament Appearances

1997 Second Round (defeated VCU 2-1 on 11/23, for GU’s first NCAA tournament win) 1994 First Round (lost to Maryland 4-3, OT)

2002 Jeff Curtin

collegesoccernews.com Honorable Mention

BIG EAST Championships

2005 Jeff Curtin

1994 Regular Season

collegesoccernews.com All Freshman Team

BIG EAST Runners-up

First Team 2002 Jeff Curtin

1999 Postseason 1998 Postseason 1997 Regular Season 1994 Postseason 1993 Regular Season

Umbro Select College All-Star Classic 2001 1998 1996 1995

Kenny Owens Eric Kvello Brandon Lieb Ben McKnight

National Rankings First Ranking

Senior College All-Star Game

1994 23rd (ISAA Poll) – 9/23/94

1996 Brandon Lieb

Highest Ranking

ECAC Scholar-Athlete

2009 13th (Soccer America Poll) - 10/6/09 2008 20th (NSCAA Poll) – 9/9/08 2000 13th (NSCAA Poll) – 9/11/00 1999 20th (NSCAA Poll) – 9/6/99 1998 9th (NSCAA Poll) – 9/14/98 1997 20th (ISAA Poll) 1995 16th (Soccer Digest) 1994 9th (ISAA Poll) – 11/7/94 9th (ISAA Final Poll) – 11/14/94

1996 Patrick Kelly 1994 Chris Jones

Capitol Conference ALL-STARS 1986 Andy Logan (First Team) 1985 Dan Janney (Second Team) 1984 Andy Logan (Second Team)

United States Amateur Soccer Association National and Regional Coach of the Year

1998 1996 1995 1994 1992 1990 1989

Eric Kvello Brandon Lieb Ben McKnight Chris Jones Tim Keegan Todd Colonna Andy Hoffmann

Second Team

2004 2000 1999 1994 1993

Jeff Curtin Kenny Owens Tyler Purtill Tim Keegan Ben McKnight Chris Jones Ben McKnight

Third Team

2009 Len Coleman 2008 Len Coleman 2004 Dan Gargan Ricky Schramm 2003 Dan Gargan Jeff Curtin 1999 Kenny Owens Kevin Shaw 1998 Kenny Owens Tyler Purtill 1997 Tom Greaser Eric Kvello 1994 Phil Wellington 1991 Todd Colonna Tim Keegan 1988 Andy Hoffmann

All-Northeast Region Third Team

2006 Ricky Schramm

NSCAA/adidas Scholar-Athlete All-America First Team

1997 Tom Greaser

1997 Keith Tabatznik

Third Team

1997 Billy Bednarz

Academic All-Americans 2009 Mark Wilber (ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Second Team) Alex Verdi (ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II Men’s Soccer Second Team) 2008 Sean Bellomy (ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II Men’s Soccer First Team) 2004 Paul Brandley (Academic All-District II Men’s Soccer Second Team)

2003 Paul Brandley (Academic All-District II Men’s Soccer First Team) Carl Skanderup (Academic All-District II Men’s Soccer Second Team) 1997 Dan Helfrich (Third Team Fall/Winter At-Large) 1992 Todd Colonna (Third Team Fall/Winter At-Large)

bold indicates current student-athlete

NSCAA/adidas Scholar-Athlete Regional All-America First Team

1993 1992 1991 1990

Chris Jones Tom Dillow Matt Lieb Todd Colonna Todd Colonna

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TEAM AWARDS Most Valuable Player 2009 Len Coleman 2008 Peter Grasso 2007 Robert Burnett 2006 Ricky Schramm 2005 Jeff Curtin 2004 Dan Gargan 2003 Dan Gargan 2002 Jeff Curtin 2001 Kenny Owens 2000 Kenny Owens 1999 Kevin Shaw 1998 Eric Kvello 1997 Billy Bednarz 1996 Brandon Lieb 1995 Ben McKnight 1994 Phil Wellington 1993 Phil Wellington 1992 Gui Barbosa 1991 Gui Barbosa 1990 Bryan Gowdy 1989 Andy Hoffmann 1988 John Janenda 1987 Rick Starrs 1986 Dan Janney 1985 Dan Janney 1984 Andy Logan 1983 Not Recorded 1982 Ted Polk 1981 Pat Ayers 1980 Rob Walsh 1979 Bill Corbett 1978 E’ttienne de Lanquilliers 1977 Frank O’Hara 1976 Not Recorded 1975 Frank O’Hara 1974 Tim Cooney 1973 David O’Brien 1972 Edward Reed Goldsmith 1971 Gary Lanzara 1970 Adolfo Nishikawa 1969 Not Recorded 1968 Alfredo Montero 1967 Emile Siere CHANDLER DIGGS

1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955

Alfredo Montero Michael Burke Thomas A. Burton Raymond J. Dunn, III Raymond J. Dunn, III Jan Van Hooten Stephen McDonald Jerry Valachovic Neil Gonsalus Charles Tomasino Dick Buck Kevin Lynch

Ricardo Mendoza Award (awarded to the player(s) who best exhibits qualities of spirit, leadership and dedication)

2009 Mark Zeman 2008 Richard Diaz 2007 Richard Diaz 2006 Tim Convey Ricky Schramm 2005 Jeff Curtin 2004 Paul Brandley 2003 Tim Hogan 2002 Tim McAnally 2001 Dan Ryan 2000 Jeff Boehling 1999 Jason Partenza 1998 Eric Kvello 1997 Dan Helfrich 1996 Patrick Kelly 1995 Raul Ferrer 1994 Tim Keegan 1993 Bill Abom 1992 Brian “Rudy” Fuller 1991 Greg Landegger 1990 Dave Kostecki 1989 Ed Diaz 1988 John Janenda 1987 Andy Logan 1986 Andy Pelletier 1985 Dan Janney 1984 Jeff Bradley 1983 Not Recorded 1982 Bob Celata 1981 Pete Skelly 1980 Bill Corbet 1979 Rob Walsh 1978 Kevin Murphy 1977 Not Recorded 1976 Martin Witherell 1975 Karl Klontz 1974 John Schimelpfenig 1973 Patrick McNertney 1972 Jeff Carter 1971 Patrick McNertney 1970 Chris Kennedy

Rookie Of The Year (no longer awarded past 2005)

2005 Richard Frank 2004 Richard Diaz 2003 Daniel Grasso 2002 Jeff Curtin 2001 Dan Gargan 2000 Greg Freeburg

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1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Andy Sole’ Kenny Owens Kyle Rakow Kevin Shaw Eric Kvello Greg Dillard Brandon Lieb Raul Ferrer Chris Ashby Phil Wellington Peter Couhig Matt Lieb David Barron Dominique Paddack Andy Hoffmann John Janenda Andy Logan

Offensive MVP (no longer awarded past 2005)

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Ben Jefferson-Dow Ricky Schramm Ricky Schramm Kemmons Feldman Ben Jefferson-Dow Nate Port Kenny Owens Kenny Owens Eric Kvello Eric Kvello Tom Greaser Ben McKnight Raul Ferrer Ben McKnight Ben McKnight Tim Keegan Todd Colonna Todd Colonna Andy Hoffmann Andy Hoffmann Andy Hoffmann Andy Hoffmann Mario Ortega Zeid Masri

Defensive MVP (no longer awarded past 2005)

2005 Tim Convey 2004 Jeff Curtin 2003 Jeff Curtin

2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Dan Gargan Brian O’Hagan Mark Manning Tyler Purtill Jeremy McKitrick Greg Dillard Brandon Lieb Greg Dillard Chris Jones Chris Jones Matt Lieb Matt Lieb Gui Barbosa Marius Haas Sean Todd Rick Starrs John Janenda Dan Janney Dan Janney

Most Improved Player 2009 Jose Colchao 2008 David Madison 2007 Alex Verdi 2006 Sean Bellomy Mike Glaccum 2005 Andrew Keszler 2004 Danny McAnally 2003 Ellery Bledsoe 2002 Paul Brandley 2001 Joseph Paden 2000 Tony Soric 1999 Michael Gross 1998 Jason Partenza 1997 Jeff Boehling 1996 Dan Helfrich 1995 Warren Van der Waag 1994 Patrick Kelly 1993 Dave Magli 1992 Chris Jones 1991 Christian Aviza 1990 Nat Gatewood 1989 John Cronin 1988 Todd Colonna 1987 Keith Phillips 1986 Sean Todd 1985 Rick Starrs 1984 Jeff Bradley bold indicates current student- athlete


COMPLIANCE GOALS UNLIMITED Goals Unlimited, a part of Hoyas Unlimited, is an organization of alumni, parents, and friends of Georgetown Men’s Soccer whose primary purpose is to promote a heightened awareness of and an active interest in the Georgetown University Men’s Soccer program. Members have been actively involved in raising funds to supplement the budget and provide opportunities to the soccer program through annual, current-use donations. In the 2009-10 school year, Goals Unlimited raised $45,000 from 91 donors. In addition, members receive newsletters and invitations to club events each year. Goals Unlimited is completely volunteer driven and needs your help! If you are interested in helping the men’s soccer program through the Goals Unlimited, please contact Hoyas Unlimited at 202-687-7159, or visit www. GUHoyas.com/HoyasUnlimited.

The Athletics Compliance Office coordinates the athletics compliance efforts of Georgetown University and acts as a resource and solution center concerning NCAA regulations and compliance issues. The primary functions of the Athletics Compliance Office are to coordinate, administer, monitor and verify the accurate and timely completion of NCAA-required procedures and to assist in maintaining institutional compliance with all NCAA, Conference and University rules. In addition, the Athletics Compliance Office provides educational programming and interpretive support to ensure that all individuals involved with the athletics program fully understand the University’s compliance expectations. The following general information is provided by the Georgetown University Athletics Compliance Office for supporters and friends of Georgetown Athletics as well as prospective student-athletes who may be recruited by Georgetown University.

Key Definitions Prospective Student-Athlete: A prospective student-athlete (“prospect”) is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade, regardless whether he or she participates in athletics. A prospective student-athlete maintains his or her identity as a prospect, even after he or she signs a National Letter of Intent or financial aid agreement, until he or she attends the first day of classes of a regular term or participates in an official team practice, whichever is earlier. Representative of Athletics Interests: A representative of the institution’s athletics interests (a.k.a. Booster) is an individual who: • • • • •

has ever made a financial contribution to the athletic department or any organization that promotes Georgetown’s athletics (e.g., HOYAS UNLIMITED). is a member of an organization that promotes a HOYA athletic team. has or is involved in promoting Georgetown’s athletics program in any way. has been otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletics program. Once an individual is identified as a representative, the person retains that identity forever.

WHO IS PERMITTED TO RECRUIT FOR GEORGETOWN? Only Georgetown University coaches who have successfully completed the NCAA Recruiting Rules Examination on an annual basis may be involved in the recruitment process. Boosters may not make any recruiting contacts. This includes letters, telephone calls or face-to-face contact on or off campus with a prospect or the prospect’s parents. Representatives of Georgetown’s Athletics Interest MAY: • Offer summer employment to prospective student-athletes who have signed a National Letter of Intent and to enrolled student-athletes, after contacting the Athletics Compliance Office. • Support Georgetown’s athletics program by attending HOYA athletics contests and by making financial contributions to Georgetown athletics. Representatives of Georgetown’s Athletics Interest MAY NOT: • Be involved in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes in any way. • Provide extra benefits (i.e., discounts, gifts, transportation) to prospective student-athletes, enrolled student-athletes or their parents, legal guardian(s), relatives or friends; and • Provide any financial assistance to prospective student-athletes, enrolled student-athletes or their parents, legal guardian(s), relatives or friends. For more information, please contact the Georgetown University Athletics Compliance Office at (202) 687-6573 or (202) 687-8262. SETH C’DEBACA

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THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE The 2010-11 academic year will be the 32nd in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship.

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The 2010-11 academic year will be the 32nd in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2010-11 year will mark the conference’s sixth straight with the same 16-member group, the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. The BIG EAST Conference’s goals have always been the same. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2009-10 year was no different. Seven BIG EAST student-athletes were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners.

profile as a competitively balanced group. Cincinnati won its second straight league championship in 2009 and compiled an undefeated regular season. The Bearcats finished third in the final Bowl Championship Series standings. Six of the league’s eight squads went to bowl games and helped the BIG EAST post a 4-2 bowl record. Rutgers, one of the bowl winners, also was recognized for having the nation’s highest NCAA APR rating, which measures academic success. The BIG EAST has continued to produce student-athletes who are at the forefront of athletic and academic achievement. In 2009-10, 22 BIG EAST players from 10 schools were chosen to their respective ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica Teams. Over 400 student-athletes have earned academic all-America honors. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing. The new schools

The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST

Maya Moore, Connecticut’s women’s basketball standout, won the NCAA Honda-Broderick Award as the nation’s top female student-athlete. She also was named the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American of the Year for women’s basketball. Moore was the fifth BIG EAST women’s studentathlete to win the Honda-Broderick Award. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Connecticut women’s basketball team won its second straight national championship and its seventh overall crown. The Villanova women’s cross country team also won the NCAA title. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team reached the NCAA College Cup for the second straight year. The Syracuse women’s lacrosse squad reached the Final Four. On the men’s side, West Virginia’s basketball team became the BIG EAST’s 16th team to reach the NCAA Final Four and won the conference’s academic achievement award. The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA championship game. Individually, three BIG EAST student-athletes won NCAA titles. Cincinnati’s Josh Schneider won the 50 freestyle in men’s swimming. In track, Louisville’s D’Ana McCarty repeated as the NCAA indoor winner in the weight throw. Louisville’s Matt Hughes won the 3,000 steeplechase. Another Cardinal, Austen Childs, was the national runnerup in men’s tennis singles. BIG EAST football maintained its national

were: University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 28 national championships in six different sports and 128 student-athletes have won individual national titles. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’0203, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won three of the last 12 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken seven of the last 11 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST added men’s lacrosse to its growing list of sports, which increased its total to 24 sport championships.

Football Conference. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST had one significant change. Tranghese stepped down from his position on June 30, 2009. John Marinatto, who had served as senior associate commissioner, moved into the Commissioner’s chair and continued to steer the conference on its path of success. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed long-standing relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past seven years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. More than 575 BIG EAST student-athletes have earned all America recognition and dozens have won individual NCAA national championships. The BIG EAST has been well represented in U.S. or foreign national and Olympic teams. Several athletes earned gold medals. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

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