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PROGRAM INFO

Conference.............Missouri Valley (14th Year) 2008 Overall Record...............................5-11-3 2008 MVC Record.....................0-5 (6th Place) All-Time Record.................... 392-288-61 (.570) Division I record (1981-Pr)... 248-220-46 (.527) Missouri Valley Record............... 23-65-9 (.284) MVC Tournament Record......................... 2-7-2 Home Facility..............................Lakeside Field Capacity...................................................1,000 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................... 11/11 Starters Returning/Lost................................6/5 Newcomers...................................................10

SOCCER STAFF

Head Coach.............................. Adam Howarth Alma Mater (Year).......... Eastern Illinois (1993) EIU Record.......................... 69-84-16 (9 years) Career Record......................................... Same Howarth’s E-Mail.................ahowarth@eiu.edu Office Phone............................. (217) 581-6442 Assistant Coach............................... Dino Raso Raso’s E-Mail......................... ndraso@eiu.edu Office Phone............................. (217) 581-8380 Volunteer Assistant Coach.................Brad Earl Office Fax................................. (217) 581-7192 Athletic Trainer................................Tony Taylor SID Contact..................................... Ben Turner Turner’s E-Mail.................... bwturner@eiu.edu Athletics Web site......... www.EIUpanthers.com

CONTENTS

Quick Facts & Roster......................................1 Head Coach Adam Howarth.........................2-3 All-Time Series History....................................3 Assistant Coaches Dino Raso & Brad Earl ....4 Eastern Illinois Soccer School.........................5 Men’s Soccer Photo Gallery.........................6-7 Returning Player Profiles............................8-20 Jim Adee......................................................8 Austin Andrekus..........................................9 Nick Bonacker...........................................10 Ryan Child................................................. 11 Matt Crowley.............................................12 Alex Harrison.............................................13 Jonathan Hinds.........................................14 Darby Kehoe.............................................15 Jeff Kupiec.................................................16 Ian McCausland........................................17 Chris Pearson............................................18 Evan Philpott.............................................19 Mike Picinich.............................................20 Newcomer Profiles...................................21-25 Kyle Bullock & Alex Koch..........................21 Trevor Kohlrus & Jerry Maddi....................22 Sean Molony & Kendal Spurgin................23 Shailer Thomas & Ryan Warren................24 Kyle Zumski...............................................25 2008 Statistics & Results...............................26 2008 Season Notes & MVC Era OT Wins.....27 Program History............................................28 Program Honor Roll.......................................29 Record Book.............................................30-31 2009 Opponent Info.......................................32 Year-by-Year Results................................33-36 Yearly MVC Era Stats & Game Scoring...37-48

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# Name Pos. Ht Wgt Yr 2 Ian McCausland M/F 5-8 140 RS-Fr 3 Nick Bonacker • • • D 6-1 170 Sr 4 Ryan Child • M 5-9 160 So 5 Darby Kehoe • • M/F 6-1 170 Jr 6 Austin Andrekus D/M 5-9 155 RS-Fr 7 Alex Harrison • • F 6-3 165 Jr 8 Mike Picinich • M 5-10 160 So 9 Kyle Bullock M/F 5-10 155 Fr 10 Jerry Maddi M/F 6-0 170 Fr 11 Alex Koch M 6-0 160 Fr 12 Jonathan Hinds • M 5-11 160 So 15 Ryan Warren M 6-1 165 Fr 16 Matt Crowley • • D 5-11 155 Jr 17 Trevor Kohlrus D 6-1 180 Jr 18 Kendal Spurgin M 5-9 150 Fr 20 Evan Philpott • • • M/F 5-8 155 Sr 21 Jim Adee • • • M 5-10 150 Sr 22 Jeff Kupiec • • • D 5-11 160 Sr 23 Kyle Zumski D 6-0 165 Jr 26 Chris Pearson • • • D 6-3 180 Sr 32 Shailer Thomas GK 5-11 175 Fr 33 Sean Molony GK 6-4 200 Jr Head Coach: Adam Howarth (10th year) Assistant Coach: Dino Raso (5th year) Volunteer Assistant: Brad Earl (2nd year) Student Assistants: Mark Hansen & Brad Peters

Pronunciation #2 Ian McCAUSLAND: Muh-cause-land #3 Nick BONACKER: Bon-uh-ker #5 Darby KEHOE: Key-ho #6 Austin ANDREKUS: An-dre-cuss #8 Mike PICINICH: Puh-sin-ich #10 Jerry MADDI: Mad-ee #11 Alex KOCH: Coke #16 Matt CROWLEY: Crowl-lee

Hometown (High School/Previous College) Charleston, IL (Charleston) Eureka, MO (Eureka) Frome, England (Frome) St. Charles, IL (St. Charles East) St. Charles, IL (St. Charles North) Newcastle, England (Gosforth) Elburn, IL (St. Charles North) Champaign, IL (Champaign Centennial) Bolingbrook, IL (Naperville Central) Belleville, IL (Belleville West) Champaign, IL (Champaign Centennial) Colorado Springs, CO (Liberty) Mundelein, IL (Mundelein) Springfield, IL (Glenwood/Parkland) Geneva, IL (Geneva) Jacksonville, IL (Jacksonville) Rockford, IL (Rockford Boylan) Orland Park, IL (Sandburg) Barrington, IL (Barrington/Saint Joseph’s) Newcastle, England (Emmanuel) Bloomington, IL (Bloomington) Centennial, CO (Grandview/Fort Lewis)

Guide #17 Trevor KOHLRUS: Cole-russ #18 Kendal SPURGIN: Spur-gin #21 Jim ADEE: A-dee #22 Jeff KUPIEC: Koo-pee-eck #32 SHAILER Thomas: Shay-ler #33 Sean MOLONY: Muh-lone-ee HC: Adam HOWARTH: How-worth AC: Dino RASO: Rah-so

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Head Coach Adam Howarth

Entering his 10th year as the leader of Eastern Illinois men’s soccer, head coach Adam Howarth has orchestrated a program renaissance the last few seasons that has resulted in four consecutive Missouri Valley Conference Tournament appearances and a festive atmosphere at home games at Lakeside Field. He has relaunched the winning tradition, which he was also part of as an EIU student-athlete. In 2008, he graduated an accomplished seven-member senior class that led the program to 33 victories during their careers. Last fall, Adam Gartner became the first Panther and Missouri Valley Conference soccer player to be selected as a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. He was also an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America honoree. Howarth played four years (1989-92) at Lakeside Field under coach Cizo Mosina and graduated from Eastern. He was chosen as the program’s seventh head coach in July 2000 and has moved into fourth place on the all-time wins list. In 2006 and 2007, EIU posted its first consecutive double-figure win seasons since 1988-89. The 2007 campaign was highlighted by a dozen wins, Valley league leaders in goals and assists, and th ear a bevy of individual honors headlined by the program’s first Academic All-America selection. With their 12 wins in 2007, the Panthers matched the program record in the Valley era (1996-present). Eight of those wins came in shutout fashion, as EIU set a new high-water mark for defensive excellence in the MVC years. Brad Peters led the league with 10-plus goals for three straight years, becoming the first Panther in the Valley era to record backto-back 10-plus goal seasons. He was a three-time First Team All-MVC selection as well as an NSCAA All-Midwest Region pick from 2006-08. Mick Galeski assisted on five of Peters’ goals in 2007 en route to finishing with a league-leading 12 helpers, another MVCyears record. The Panthers opened the 2007 season 4-0 after winning the team titles at the Bradley City Centre Classic and UMKC Invitational. Winning the season opener in overtime foreshadowed the heroics that followed, as 2007 turned out to be the year of overtime. Eastern played in eight OT games, posting a 4-1-3 record. Forward Alex Harrison was involved in all four golden goals, scoring two and assisting on the other two. In the classroom, Howarth’s team also excelled. Eastern led the league with five MVC ScholarAthlete Team honorees in 2007. Mike Lewis, who sported a perfect 4.0 GPA at the end of the ‘07 fall semester, was named an Academic All-America, the program’s first such honoree. Gartner later received All-American Scholar kudos from the NSCAA and accompanied his head coach to the annual convention to receive his award. Howarth’s 2006 team proved to be one of his top all-around units. Defensively, the Panthers surrendered the fewest number of goals (18) in the Valley and shutout seven opponents. Peters followed in the footsteps of other formidable EIU strikers, like Jason Thompson and Jimmy Klatter, and enjoyed a breakout season. The Metro St. Louis native led the league with 11 goals, recording just the second double-figure goal total by an EIU underclassman in the program’s Valley era. Galeski, who developed into one of the finest all-around midfielders in the conference after coming to Charleston from his native England, joined Peters on the MVC First Team and NSCAA Midwest Region Second Team. Thanks to a great run away from Charleston, posting eight victories in road or neutral site games, the ‘06 Panthers finished with 11 wins. While an overtime win at long-standing rival Western Illinois and the team title at UW-Green Bay’s Nike Classic highlighted EIU’s early-season success, the victory over Missouri State in the opening round of the MVC Tournament was unquestionably the pinnacle of the campaign. During his first year Howarth led the Panthers to a 12-6-1 overall mark, undefeated record against non-conference opponents and fifth-place Valley finish (6-5). The Panthers finished in the top half of one of the nation’s elite conferences, as the Valley sent two teams to the NCAA Tournament Final Four. He coached the nation’s leading goal scorer (Thompson, an All-American), three all-conference players and was the runner-up for MVC Coach of the Year. When Thompson was drafted in the second round – the 15th overall pick – of the 2003 Major League Soccer draft, he made history, becoming EIU’s first-ever draft pick. Signed as a NikeProject 40 player, Thompson was named to SoccerAmerica’s National Team of the Week and most importantly represented the program on the United States Under-23 national team. During Howarth’s tenure, seven EIU players have earned NSCAA All-Midwest Region honors. Prior to the ‘07 honors for Galeski, Gartner and Peters, Thompson was a Second Team pick in 2000 and First Team selection in ‘02. Jimmy Klatter earned Second Team honors in ‘05 while Derrick Perry (‘01) and Abraham Martinez (‘03) each received Third Team recognition following their senior seasons. Additionally, an Eastern player has received All-MVC

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Above Right: Howarth and Adam Gartner at the 2008 NSCAA Convention in Baltimore, where Gartner received his All-American Scholar award. Left: The Howarth Family – (L-R) Laura, Simon, Sophie, Adam & Sebastian – at their Charleston home.


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accolades 23 times. With Klatter earning First Team All-MVC kudos for the second straight season in ‘05, the forward became just the second player in EIU’s Division I era to be a four-time all-conference honoree. Klatter finished his career among the program’s all-time leaders in goals and points and earned an invitation to the MLS’s Senior Player Combine. In 2005, Howarth led the Panthers back to the MVC Tournament. Eastern stood tall against third-seeded Vanderbilt before eventually losing in the sixth round of a shootout. Other season highlights included Klatter’s two hat tricks, the EIU defense allowing more than one goal only once in the Panthers’ eight home games and an EIU record three Panthers earning MVC All-Freshman team recognition. In 2004 Howarth’s team did not allow a goal until the 21st minute of the third game, and that came on a penalty kick. He spent the 1999 season as the EIU assistant women’s soccer coach. The Panther women won the Ohio Valley Conference regular season and tournament championships. Six players received all-conference honors, including the Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year awards. In 1995 he started the boy’s soccer program at St. Anthony High School in Effingham, Ill. He was both the junior varsity and varsity head coach during his four-year stint. Howarth was named the 1998 Illinois High School Sectional Coach of the Year and St. Anthony won the IHSA Sectional Sportsmanship of the Year award. The Bulldogs finished 10-8-6, their best record since the program’s inception. Howarth has coached at college and high school camps throughout the nation along with assisting and now directing the Eastern Illinois camps over the past 14 years. The EIU Soccer School has become one of the top team camps in Illinois and 20 teams have competed for the title during each of the last three summers. He serves as a state coach for the Illinois Youth Soccer Association and the Olympic Development Program. In the spring of 2007, he was an assistant coach with the Illinois ODP (‘91) team that claimed the national championship in its age division. As the head coach of the same age group a year later, the team finished third nationally. Howarth is a native of Slough, England, a western suburb of London and the setting for the UKversion of the hit sitcom The Office. He graduated from Eastern in 1993 with a double-bachelor’s degree in history and journalism. He also earned his master’s degree in physical education (athletic administration) from Eastern. He received the Premier Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of American in the summer of 2005, his United States Soccer Federation “A” license in 2003 and an English F.A. badge in 1996. Howarth is a member of the U.S. Soccer Coaches Association as well as the NSCAA. Adam and his wife Laura, who played soccer at the University of Missouri, have three children: Sophie, Sebastian and Simon. The Howarths welcomed Simon to the family in October 2008.

Student Assistant Coaches

Mark Hansen

Brad Peters

EASTERN’S ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORY Air Force.......................2-1-1.......1989 Akron............................0-2..........1991 Alabama A&M...............0-4..........1992 Alabama-Birmingham.... 0-0-1........ 2007 Alabama-Huntsville......1-0..........1978 American......................1-0..........1988 Appalachian State........0-1..........2002 Asbury (Ky.)................2-0..........2007 Aurora...........................6-0..........1977 Avila College.................2-0..........1980 Ball State......................4-0..........1968 Belmont........................4-0..........2007 Blackburn.....................11-1.........1980 Bowling Green..............1-2-1.......2006 Bradley........................7-11-1.....2008 Butler............................2-2..........2008 California......................0-1..........1990 California Poly..............0-1..........2005 Campbell......................1-0..........1969 Central Arkansas........1-0..........2008 Central Connecticut......0-1..........1994 Charleston, Coll. of.......1-2..........1999 Charlotte.......................0-1..........1992 Cincinnati......................4-2..........1994 Cleveland State............6-4-1.......1993 Coastal Carolina...........0-1-1.......1991 Colorado College..........1-0..........1981 Columbia College.........3-0..........1978 Connecticut..................0-1..........1981 Creighton.....................4-15-1.....2008

Davis and Elkins...........1-0..........1969 Dayton..........................1-3..........2007 DePaul..........................2-0..........2000 Detroit Mercy................0-1..........2006 Drake...........................5-9-3.......2008 Drew University............1-0..........1969 Drury.............................3-1..........2004 Eastern Michigan..........1-0..........1998 Evansville....................9-12-4.....2008 Federal City Coll...........1-0..........1974 George Mason..............0-1-1.......1997 Georgia State...............1-0..........2006 Greenville College........6-1..........1969 Hardin-Simmons...........2-0..........1988 Harris Stowe.................4-1..........1984 Houston Baptist............2-0..........1985 Illinois...........................2-1..........1970 Illinois-Chicago.............17-6-1.....2005 Illinois-Springfield.........10-4........2002 Illinois State..................7-7..........1991 Indiana..........................5-9-2.......1980 IPFW.............................6-1..........2008 IUPUI............................2-3-1.......2008 Kentucky.......................1-0..........2007 Lafayette.......................1-0..........2003 Lake Forest..................1-0..........1969 Lewis............................7-0..........1980 Lipscomb......................1-0..........2007 Lock Haven State.........0-1..........1980 Longwood.....................1-0..........2005

Loyola (Chicago)..........4-5-1.......2007 Loyola Marymount........0-1..........2002 MacMurray....................12-0-1.....1986 Marquette.....................1-1..........1996 Memphis......................0-1..........2004 Mercer......................... First Meeting Miami (Ohio).................1-1..........1988 Missouri-KC..................8-3..........2008 Missouri-St. Louis.........6-6-2.......1981 Missouri St. (SMS)......4-15........2008 North Texas..................3-3-1.......1992 Northeast Louisiana.....2-0..........1983 Northeastern Illinois......4-0..........1997 Northern Illinois............15-7-3.....2008 Northwestern ...............4-4-5.......2008 Notre Dame..................0-1..........1997 Oakland........................2-0-1.......1982 Ohio State....................2-2..........2008 Olivet Nazarene............1-0..........2005 Oneonta State..............0-1..........1982 Oral Roberts.................3-2-1.......2008 Ottawa (Kan.)...............1-2-1.......1971 Philadelphia Textile.......1-0..........1981 Principia........................2-2..........1966 Quincy..........................9-18-5.....1995 Rhode Island................1-0..........2003 Richmond.....................1-0..........1985 Rockford College..........6-1..........1981 Rockhurst.....................1-0..........1981 Roosevelt.....................1-0..........1981

Saint Louis....................4-14........2002 San Diego State...........1-0..........1981 Seattle Pacific...............1-1..........1980 Southeast Missouri.......2-0..........1983 So. Connecticut............2-0..........1979 SIU-Edwardsville..........8-13-4.....1996 Southern Indiana..........8-1..........1993 Southern Methodist......1-14-1.....2004 St. Maryknoll.................2-0..........1967 Stony Brook............... First Meeting Texas Christian.............5-2..........2000 Trinity............................1-0..........1971 Tulsa.............................1-4..........2004 Valparaiso...................10-2-1.....2008 Vanderbilt......................4-5-2.......2005 Washington (Mo.).........1-0..........1968 Western Illinois.............31-11-5...2008 Western Kentucky........6-5-3.......2007 Western Michigan.........4-0..........2008 Wheaton.......................2-0..........1980 Wisconsin.....................2-5..........2002 Wisc-Green Bay...........12-6-2.....2006 Wisc-Milwaukee............6-4..........2001 Wisc-Parkside...............6-0..........1977 Wisc-Platteville.............2-0..........1973 Wisconsin State............1-0..........1969 Wright State..................5-4..........2008 Xavier...........................2-0-1.......1987 2009 Opponents in Bold


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Asst. Coach Dino Raso

Dino Raso is in his fifth year as an assistant coach on Adam Howarth’s staff. Raso played at Eastern for coach Cizo Mosina from 1988-91 and was a teammate of Howarth’s. Since returning to Charleston, the program has enjoyed its greatest level of success of the Missouri Valley Conference era (1996-present). The Panthers th ear have qualified for the MVC Tournament each of his first four years as an assistant coach, highlighted by semifinal berths in 2006 and 2007. Eastern posted a combined 23 victories during those memorable seasons, recording the program’s first consecutive double-figure win campaigns since 1988-89 – Raso’s underclassman seasons as a student-athlete. Raso conducts the majority of the goalkeeper training but is also very involved with the tactical implementation of the back four defenders and the forwards. He also leads the pregame warm-ups. His work with the defensive unit has produced fruitful results. In 2005, the EIU defense allowed more than one goal only once in the team’s eight home games. A year later, the Panthers surrendered only 18 goals in 20 games, a program low in the Valley era. Eastern shutout eight opponents, another school record in the MVC years, en route to a 12-win campaign in 2007. Offensively, meanwhile, EIU scored 34 goals in 2007, the program’s most since 2002. Raso is also very involved with area youth programs, working with various boys and girls teams, ages 9-18. Most recently he coached an U-18 squad that posted an 8-2-2

record and won a number of tournaments in Central Illinois. Three of his former players are now suiting up for college teams. After earning both a bachelor’s degree and MBA from Eastern, he returned to his native Canada and played in the Premier Division of the Ontario Soccer League. He was also an amateur coach in Ontario from 1995-00, compiling a 75-9-2 record, before returning to the States and joining the Barry University (Fla.) coaching staff in 2002. From 2002-04, Barry went 40-13-4 and was always ranked among the NCAA Division II Top 20. The Bucs won the Sunshine State Conference in 2002 and finished second in 2003 and 2004 – earning NCAA Tournament berths in ‘02 and ‘03. He coached three DII All-Americans and three other players that went on to play professionally. Raso earned master’s degrees in sports management (2003) and higher education administration (2005) during his time at Barry. Along with his assistant coach duties, he also worked in the athletics compliance office, Career and Counseling Center and Recreation and Wellness Center. He holds a U.S. Soccer National “A” License and a Level 1 NSCAA Goalkeepers License. Raso resides in Charleston with his wife Kathryn and daughters Michaela and Giuliana. Giuliana was born in the spring of 2009.

Brad Earl, a two-time AllMissouri Valley Conference honoree and four-year starter at EIU, begins his second year as a volunteer assistant coach on Adam Howarth’s staff. The Coppell, Texas, native also served as a graduate assistant in the Lantz academic center during the 2008-09 school year while earning a master’s degree nd ear in EIU’s kinesiology and sports studies department. As an upperclassman, Earl helped lead the Panthers to 23 victories and consecutive appearances in the semifinals of the Valley Tournament. He was an Honorable Mention All-MVC pick both years and also represented EIU on the 2004 MVC All-Freshman Team and the 2007 All-Tournament Team. Earl scored 12 goals during his career, including four game-winners, while exhibiting a knack for scoring in the clutch. He netted an overtime game-winner in each of his upperclassman seasons, lifting the Panthers to 1-0 road wins at Western Illinois in 2006 and Kentucky a year later. His heroics earned him MVC Player of the Week honors and a spot on College Soccer News’ National Team of the Week

on both occasions. Additionally, his OT goal at WIU was the first by a Panther in a true road game since 1998. Earl also scored an extremely crucial game-tying goal in the final minute of regulation of a 2005 draw against Drake at Lakeside Field. The standings point the Panthers earned from that draw later proved to be very important in an MVC Tournament berth. After EIU and Vanderbilt played 110 minutes of scoreless soccer in the tourney’s opening round, Earl connected on his opportunity in the ensuing penalty kick shootout. Eastern posted a 6-3-2 record in games in which he scored, highlighted by a 5-0 mark during his upperclassman seasons. After earning a bachelor’s degree from EIU in kinesiology and sports studies, Earl served as an intern with Major League Soccer’s Real Salt Lake franchise during the spring and summer of 2008. He even suited up for Real Salt Lake’s reserve division in a July 4 game against the Houston Dynamo reserve corps.

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EIU Soccer School Advanced Boys Camp July 2010 – Teams Welcome Camp Director Adam Howarth

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• All 12 Fields Within Walking Distance of Your Dorm • Specialized Goalkeeping Training Each Morning • Extensive Lecture Series for All Players Aspiring to Play in College • Emphasis on Tactical Functional Play – a Formation Used as a Theme for the Week

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Panther Soccer Photo Gallery – AMAZING ATMOSPHERE AT LAKESIDE FIELD –

Great Support From Greek Life Organizations

ACADEMIC ACCOLADES

Left: Spring 2009 grad Adam Gartner with U.S. National Team legends Christine Lilly & Claudio Reyna at the ‘08 NSCAA Convention in Baltimore, where Gartner was honored as an All-American Scholar. Right: Spring 2009 grad Mike Lewis and EIU economics professor Dr. Tim Mason at the ‘08 student-athlete award banquet. Lewis was named the program’s first Academic All-America honoree in December 2007.


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– ACTIVE IN THE COMMUNITY –

Matt Crowley

Chris Pearson & Darby Kehoe

Futsal Clinics

Nick Bonacker

– OUTSTANDING ALUMNI –

Left: Adam Howarth & Dino Raso with the class of 2005 – (L-R) Casey DeCaluwe, Dustin Weiher, Jimmy Klatter & Dave Brown – at the Alamo Restaurant in Mattoon after the annual senior banquet. Below: Members of the 1981 NCAA DI third-place national finishers, including current FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman (a former EIU player and coach), at the 25th anniversary reunion weekend in Charleston, April 2007.


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer •  Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

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Senior u Midfielder #21 u 5-10 u 150 lbs. Rockford, Illinois Rockford Boylan HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Green Bay Packers • Favorite Building on Campus • Carman Hall • Favorite Food • Mexican • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Adam Sandler in Billy Madison • Favorite Super Hero • Batman • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Florida • His Ride • ‘98 Jeep Wrangler • In His MP3/CD Player • Lil Wayne • Last Concert He Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Furry Friend • Riley – Jack Russell Terrier • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Richard Swartzbaugh, Anthropology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Winning in OT at Kentucky – 2007

GP -GS Min 18 -9 666 17 -0 317 10 -0 –– 45 -9 ––

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Points GWG 4 0 2 0 0 0 6 0

2008: Adee played in 18 games and Jim’s Goals started nine times, including the first three Date Opponent Minute and final three games of the season… also 9/20/08 Central Arkansas 37th 17th started three straight games in mid-Octo- 8/31/08 UMKC jim’s assists ber… scored the first goal of the season Goal Scorer Opponent by a Panther at Lakeside Field, recording Date Drake his first collegiate score in the win against 10/10/07 Brad Peters vs Lipscomb UMKC… also scored EIU’s second goal 9/1/07 Mick Galeski in the win against Central Arkansas… accounted for a key team save early in the second half of the scoreless draw with Oral Roberts… averaged 48 minutes per game as a starter… logged a season-high 83 minutes in the draw at Western Illinois… played 47 minutes as a reserve in the loss at IUPUI… Eastern is 2-0 in the games in which he has scored... 2007: he played in 17 games, including five of the six MVC contests and the tourney match against Drake… registered his first career assist on Mick Galeski’s goal in the win over Lipscomb… also assisted on Brad Peters’ score in the regular-season meeting with Drake… logged double-figure minutes in 15 of the 17 games he played in… logged a season-high 36 minutes in the home-opening win against IUPUI… his 24 minutes in the victory at Western Kentucky was a season-high total during MVC play... 2006: he played in 10 games, including both matches at the UW-Green Bay Nike Classic and the MVC contest at Drake… registered a shot in the win at Valparaiso... HIGH SCHOOL: Jim was a three-year letter-winner for coach David Bachta... also lettered in wrestling and track… as a team captain, led Boylan to a state runner-up finish in the IHSA state playoffs as a senior… IHSSCA AllState selection and Honorable Mention All-State pick by the Chicago Tribune… two-time all-conference and all-sectional honoree… NIC-9 Conference scholar athlete… four-year honor roll student… member of the Illinois Olympic Development Program state team from 2002-05… also played for the Rockford Raptors club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was making it to the state championship match his senior year… his former club coach Paul Rie has been a major influence on his sports career because “he really taught me how to play the game”… most admires Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes because “he’s been around so long and still is one of the best center mids in the world”… son of John and Lori Adee… MAJOR: Finance.


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2008: Andrekus redshirted during his first season with the program... logged 36 minutes in the exhibition game against Saint Xaiver... also played all 60 minutes for the underclassmen in the intrasquad game... HIGH SCHOOL: Austin was a three-year letter-winner for coach Eric Willson, a former Panther… team MVP as a senior… two-time team captain and a First Team All-Upstate Eight Conference selection as an upperclassman… 2007 allsectional pick… Kane County Chronicle Fox Valley Athlete of the Week in both 2006 and 2007… St. Charles North won three straight regional titles from 2005-07 and reached the IHSA state finals in 2006… won an ‘06 national championship with his Illinois ODP 1990 team… honor roll student… also played for the Chicago Fire U-18 Academy club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was connecting on a game-winning penalty kick (after 26 kickers) in the ’06 super-sectional victory against Benet Academy… his teammates have been a major influence on his sports career because “we compete for the betterment of the team”… most admires his former club coach Rob Eastland with Campton United because “he made the game fun”… his brother Bradley was a three-year starter at free safety for Illinois Wesleyan University football, earning All-American honors… son of Bob and Debbie Andrekus… MAJOR: Finance.

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Bears • Favorite Building on Campus • Ford Hall • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Edward Norton in Fight Club • Favorite Super Hero • Superman • Favorite Holiday • Christmas • Favorite Month of the Year • February • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Florida • In His MP3/CD Player • Red Hot Chili Peppers • Magazine He Subscribes To • ESPN the Magazine • Furry Friend • Fritts – Yorkie


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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Seth Rogen in Pineapple Express • Favorite Month of the Year • July • Favorite Big City • St. Louis • Unique Travel Locale • Cancun • His Ride • Hyundai Tiburon • In His MP3/CD Player • O.A.R • Last Concert He Attended • 311 & Snoop Dogg • Magazine He Subscribes To • Sports Illustrated • Furry Friend • Slate – Doberman Pincher • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Tony Oliver, Kinesiology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Winning in OT at Kentucky – 2007

GP -GS Min 17 -16 1379 20 -20 1703 18 -16 –– 55 -52 ––

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Asst. 1 3 0 4

Points GWG 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0

2008: Bonacker played in 17 games and BONACKER’s assists started the first 16 matches of the year… as- Date Goal Scorer Opponent sisted on Brad Peters’ third goal in the win at 9/26/08 Brad Peters at Wright St. Wright State… one of three EIU field players 10/20/07 Jeff Kupiec at Evansville that was not issued a yellow card… ranked 10/17/07 Brad Peters Missouri St. seventh on the team in minutes played… 9/12/07 Alex Harrison at Loyola went the distance in eight games, including a stretch of 315 consecutive minutes played… logged a season-high 100 minutes twice, in the consecutive draws at Western Illinois and vs. Oral Roberts… will enter his senior year having started 52 of the 55 games he has played in at Eastern... 2007: he started all 20 games he played in… an injury early in the MVC Tournament win against Drake caused him to miss the semifinal contest against Bradley, the only match of the year he missed… ranked fifth on the team in minutes played, but was third before the injury at the tournament… posted the longest consecutive minutes played streak on the team, logging 935 straight between Sept. 19 and Oct. 27… went the distance 13 times total… helped EIU post a shutout streak of 436 minutes early in the season and eight shutouts total, a new program record in the Valley era… assisted on three scores: Alex Harrison’s goal at Loyola, Brad Peters’ second goal against Missouri State, and Jeff Kupiec’s goal at Evansville… teed up the majority of the corner kicks EIU was awarded... 2006: he played in 18 games and started 16, including five of the six Valley contests… key component of an EIU defense that shutout seven opponents and surrendered just six goals in Valley play… registered two of his three shots at Wright State, putting one on goal... HIGH SCHOOL: Nick was a four-year letter-winner for coach Bill Goggin… Suburban South Conference Player of the Year as a senior… also a three-time First Team All-Conference selection… St. Louis Post-Dispatch Third Team All-Metro… team captain as a senior… three-time Lou Fusz state champion (200002)… 2000 regional champs… 2003 Eureka district champions… also played for the Busch Soccer Club… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was winning the district championship his freshman year of high school… his former coach Don Popovic has been a major influence on his sports career because “he’s a good coach and pushed me to do better”… most admires U.S. National Team and MLS great Jeff Agoos... son of Gary Bonacker and Mary Cooper… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride Year 2008

GP -GS Min 12 -10 853

Shots 11

SOG 3

X 2008 MVC All-Freshman Team RYAN’s Goal Date Opponent 10/25/08 Evansville

RYAN’s assist Date Goal Scorer 9/26/08 Alex Harrison

on the

Pitch • 11

Goals 1

Asst. 1

Points GWG 3 0

2008: Child played in 12 games and

Minute started 10 times, including the final 19th seven matches of the season… sat out

the first six games of the season… tied

Opponent the Evansville game midway through at Wright St. the first half with his first career goal…

assisted on Alex Harrison’s goal in the win at Wright State… ranked 10th on the team and led the EIU freshmen in minutes… went the distance at Butler and in the MVC Tournament game vs. Missouri State… averaged 72 minutes per game as a starter... HIGH SCHOOL: Ryan played for coach Jon Clayton, while also participating in rugby, boxing and distance running… three-time (2001-03) Frome Player of the Year… also earned Player of the Year honors at Trowbridge in 1998-99… three-time captain at Frome, leading his team to the county championship final… also captained the youth team from age 10 to 16… helped lead his Bristol City team to a fifth-place finish at the U-18 Premier League championship… was a member of 31 regional summer tournament winners with Frome teams U-7 to U-16… captained Selwood to a pair of Somerset Schools titles… also a captain of the 2004 Frome County Cup championship… two-time school champ in the 1,500 meters… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was playing for Bristol City… his mother has been a major influence on his sports career because “she has supported me all the way, especially when she used to stand in the freezing cold on the touchline when I was young”… most admires British great George Best because “he played in an era when skilled players got kicked all the time and never dived, but just kept skinnin’ everyone”… son of Michael Goddard and Natasha Child… MAJOR: Journalism.

R ya n Child

Sophomore u Midfielder #4 u 5-9 u 160 lbs. Frome, England Frome HS

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Ryan

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Manchester United • Favorite Building on Campus • Ford Hall • Favorite Food • Fish & Chips • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Edward Norton in American History X • Favorite Month of the Year • October • Favorite Big City • Paris • Unique Travel Locales • Turkey & Malta • In His MP3/CD Player • Kings of Leon • Last Concert He Attended • Oasis • Last Book He Read • The Alchemist • Furry Friends • Eve – Dog & Alito – Horse • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Ahmed Abou-Zaid, Econ • Most Memorable Game at EIU • His 1st Game: Central Arkansas – 2008


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer • 12 Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

GP -GS Min 13 -4 481 5 -0 108 18 -4 589

Shots SOG Goals 1 1 0 1 0 0 – Redshirted – 2 1 0

Asst. 0 0 0

Points GWG 0 0 0 0 0

0

2008: Crowley played in 13 games and started the final four matches of the year… averaged 68 minutes per game in the contests he started… went the distance in the losses to Evansville and at Missouri State, playing a season-high 96 minutes in the overtime defeat at MSU… logged 47 minutes as a reserve in the victory against UMKC... 2007: he played in five games… logged 20-plus minutes in four of those five contests… played a season-high 34 minutes in the win against Lipscomb… logged 21 minutes and registered a shot in the home-opening win against IUPUI... 2006: he joined the team at the midpoint of the fall season and did not see action in a game, opting to redshirt… HIGH SCHOOL: Matt played for coach Chris Sell... also lettered in track… Daily Herald All-Area Team selection... earned all-sectional honors as well... also played for the FC United club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the game-winning goal in overtime of an IHSA sectional playoff semifinal match… his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he always pushed me to work hard”… most admires French great Zinedine Zidane because “he was a great player who worked hard and achieved great things”… son of James and Beverly Crowley… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.

M at t

C row l ey

Junior u Defender #16 u 5-11 u 155 lbs. Mundelein, Illinois Mundelein HS

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Crowley

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Liverpool FC • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actor • Edward Norton • Favorite Animated Character • Mickey Mouse • Favorite Month of the Year • February • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Panama • His Ride • Jeep Cherokee • In His MP3/CD Player • Dave Matthews Band • Last Concert He Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Magazine He Subscribes To • Maxim • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Larry Ankenbrand, Kinesiology


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride Year 2008 2007 Career

GP -GS Min 19 -19 1598 19 -18 1352 38 -37 2950

Shots 42 32 74

on the

SOG 27 13 40

Pitch • 13

Goals 8 5 13

Asst. 7 4 11

Points GWG 23 2 14 2 37 4

X 2008 Honorable Mention All-MVC X 2007 MVC All-Freshman Team 2008: MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 8)… Harrison was one of two Panthers to start all 19 games… will enter his junior season having started a team-high 23 consecutive games… enjoyed a breakout season, registering a team-high seven assists and scoring eight goals… scored three of his eight goals in Valley play, finding the back of the net twice against a Creighton team that came to Charleston as the topranked defensive team in the country… also posted a multi-goal game in the win at IPFW… earned his first career MVC Player of the Week honors after recording three goals and an assist as EIU swept its Western Michigan-IPFW road trip… had a goal Alex’s assists Date Goal Scorer Opponent and an assist in the same game on four oc11/8/08 Jonathan Hinds Creighton casions… registered a point in each of the 10/25/08 Ryan Child Evansville first four and six of the first eight games of 9/26/08 Brad Peters at Wright St. the season… also scored against Central 9/20/08 Jim Adee Central Arkansas Arkansas, Wright State and Drake… assist9/7/08 Adam Gartner at IPFW ed on goals by: Adam Gartner at Valparai8/31/08 Brad Peters UMKC so, Brad Peters vs. UMKC, Adam Gartner 8/29/08 Adam Gartner at Valparaiso at IPFW, Jim Adee vs. Central Arkansas… 10/7/07 Brad Peters Valparaiso Brad Peters (second goal) at Wright State, 10/3/07 Mick Galeski at UAB Ryan Child vs. Evansville and Jonathan 9/21/07 Brad Earl at Kentucky Hinds vs. Creighton… ranked third on the 9/7/07 Brad Peters vs Oral Roberts team in minutes… played 454 of the possible 456 minutes of the Valley season… went the distance on eight occasions… played a season-high 110 minutes in the draw at Northern Illinois… ranks seventh in points, eighth in goals, and eighth in assists among the program leaders in the Valley era… Eastern is 7-2-1 when he has scored during his career… MVC Rankings: second in assists, third in points, and fifth in goals... 2007: Bradley City Centre Classic All-Tournament Team… he played in 19 games and started 18 times, including the final four matches of the season… opened and closed the regular season with an overtime goal, beating Belmont in his collegiate debut and Asbury College… became the first player in the program’s Valley era to score two overtime goals in the same year, and one of just three Panthers in the MVC years with a pair of overtime goals on his résumé… also assisted on EIU’s other two overtime goals: Brad Peters’ versus Oral Roberts and Brad Earl’s at Kentucky… actually scored twice in the win at Asbury… also found the back of the net at Loyola and in the home opener versus IUPUI… became the first Panther to score in his Lakeside Field debut since 2004… registered a season-high six shots in the MVC Tournament semifinal match against Bradley… went the distance in the win at Asbury, but played a season-high 100 minutes in the draw at UAB... HIGH SCHOOL: After graduating in June of 2004 from Gosforth High School, Alex spent two years at Gateshead where he was a teammate of Chris Pearson... helped lead Gateshead to the 2005-06 ECFA national championship… in 2006-07 he broke the school scoring record… played for coach Paul Bryson… also played for the Wallsend Boys Club and Walker Central from 200005, winning league and cup titles… most recently transferred to Ryton FC from his Newcastle Blue Star club… holds a BTEC national diploma in sport science… earned F.A. level one and two coaching badges in soccer while at Gateshead… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was winning the national championship with Gateshead and playing in the F.A. Cup for Newcastle Blue Star… English soccer legend Alan Shearer has been a major influence on his sports career because “he’s the greatest of all time”… most admires coach Bryson because “he has developed me as a player over the past three years and taught me to never accept second best”… son of Trevor and Jacqueline Harrison… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.

Alex’s Goals

Date Opponent 11/8/08 Creighton 11/8/08 Creighton 10/18/08 at Drake 9/26/08 at Wright State 9/20/08 Central Arkansas 9/7/08 at IPFW 9/7/08 at IPFW 9/5/08 at Western Michigan 11/7/07 at Asbury College 11/7/07 at Asbury College 9/19/07 IUPUI 9/12/07 at Loyola 8/31/07 vs Belmont

Minute 46th 7th 69th 60th 32nd 28th 4th 83rd 95th 76th 61st 80th 100th

Alex

H a r r is o n

Junior u Forward #7 u 6-3 u 165 lbs. Newcastle, England Gosforth HS

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Alex

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Newcastle United • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Chinese • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Kevin Costner in Field of Dreams • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big Cities • Chicago & Newcastle • Unique Travel Locale • Greece • In His MP3/CD Player • Hed Kandi • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Larry Ankenbrand, Kinesiology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Winning in OT at Kentucky – 2007


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer • 14 Year 2008

GP -GS Min 13 -5 664 HINDS’ Goal

Date 11/8/08

Opponent Creighton

HINDS’ assist Date Goal Scorer 11/8/08 Alex Harrison

J o nat h a n Hinds

Sophomore u Midfielder #12 u 5-11 u 160 lbs. Champaign, Illinois Champaign Centennial HS

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Hinds

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Manchester United • Favorite Building on Campus • Ford Hall • Favorite Food • Seafood • Favorite Holiday • Christmas • Favorite Month of the Year • November • Favorite Big City • Chicago • His Ride • ‘94 Honda Accord • Last Concert He Attended • Red Hot Chili Peppers • Last Book He Read • Mountains Beyond Mountains • Furry Friend • Max – Chihuahua • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Richard Swartzbaugh, Anthropology • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring a Goal vs Creighton – 2008

Shots 8

SOG 3

Goals 1

Asst. 1

Points GWG 3 0

2008: Hinds played in 13 games and

Minute started the final five matches of the 22nd year… scored his first career goal and

assisted on Alex Harrison’s first score

Opponent in the loss to second-ranked CreighCreighton ton… averaged 84 minutes per game

after joining the starting lineup… registered a season-high four shots in the loss to Evansville… went the distance against Butler, his first career start… played the entire second half at IPFW, his first game as a Panther… ranked third among the EIU freshmen in minutes played... HIGH SCHOOL: Jonathan was a four-year letter-winner for coaches Cole Bushue and Mark Sikora… also lettered four times in track and field, and once in basketball and swimming… 2007 Champaign News-Gazette Area Player of the Year after leading Centennial in goals (23) and assists (14)… finished his career as Centennial’s all-time assist leader (34), while also ranking seventh with 46 goals… four-time News-Gazette All-Area honoree… two-time All-Big 12 Conference pick as an upperclassman… team captain and all-sectional as a senior… led Centennial to an Elite Eight appearance in the ’07 IHSA state playoffs as well as three Big 12 and regional titles… four-year honor roll student, including three high honors… threetime All-Big 12 Academic Athlete in soccer, basketball and track… Centennial Scholar Athlete… played for the Illini Soccer Club for 12 years… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the game-winning goal in the super-sectional victory at Peoria Notre Dame to send Centennial to its first ever state finals appearance… his family has been a major influence on his sports career because “they support me in everything I do, back me and help me 100 percent”… most admires Michael Jordan and Tigers Woods because “both are winners, they work hard and they deliver when the game is on the line”… his cousins Curt and Kevin, both Charleston natives, both have played college soccer; Curt at Vanderbilt and Kevin at Western Illinois… son of Terry and Robin Hinds… MAJOR: Accounting.


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride Year 2008 2007 Career

GP -GS Min 19 -16 1415 21 -1 496 40 -17 1911

Shots 19 9 28

on the

SOG 9 3 12

Pitch • 15

Goals 1 2 3

Asst. 4 2 6

Points GWG 6 0 6 0 12 0

2008: Kehoe played in all 19 games and started the final 16 games of the year… scored his first goal away from Lakeside Field, and second in Valley play, in the loss at Bradley… assisted on goals by Alex Harrison at IPFW and vs. secondkehoe’s assists Date Goal Scorer Opponent ranked Creighton, and Brad Peters at 11/8/08 Alex Harrison Creighton Western Illinois… one of three EIU field 10/8/08 Brad Peters at Western Ill. players that was not issued a yellow 9/20/08 Brad Peters Central Ark. card… one of five Panthers to play in ev9/7/08 Alex Harrison at IPFW ery game and one of three Panthers to 10/27/07 Mick Galeski at Western Ky. play every minute of the MVC season… 9/28/07 Brad Peters IPFW played 642 consecutive minutes to close the season, going the distance in each of the final seven games of the year… went the distance 10 times total, logging a season-high 110 minutes in the draw at Northern Illinois... ranked fifth on the team in minutes played, averaging 74 per game… Eastern is 2-1 in the games in which he has scored... 2007: he played in all 21 games and started the Western Illinois match… scored goals in EIU wins against Valparaiso and Missouri State… assisted on goals by Brad Peters against IPFW and Mick Galeski at Western Kentucky… beginning with the home opener, logged double-figure minutes in every game the rest of the season… played a season-high 67 minutes in the win at WKU… logged 20-plus minutes in both MVC Tournament contests… for the season, scored with two of his three shots on goal... HIGH SCHOOL: Darby was a four-year varsity letter-winner for coach Jorge Ortiz… three-time team captain… Chicago Tribune Preseason Top 50 Players in the State as a senior… earned Daily Herald all-area, NHSCA all-sectional and All-Upstate Eight Conference honors in each of his two upperclassman seasons… St. Charles East was state runner-up in 2005 and his club team captured the Dallas Cup title his sophomore season… also played for the Strikers FV, Chicago Magic and Schwaben AC club teams… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the game-winning goal in the state finals for Schwaben AC... his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he has taught me all that I know about the game, and he pushed me to be my best at all times”… most admires French great Zinedine Zidane because “I have tried to play like him all my life, and to me he’s the greatest”… his brother Mike played soccer at EIU during the 2004 season… his cousins Robert and Andrew played soccer at Wheaton College and led their team to the NCAA Division III Final Four… another cousin, Brian, played soccer at St. Olaf College… son of Bernie and Val Kehoe… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies. KEHOe’s Goals

Date Opponent 10/15/08 at Bradley 10/17/07 Missouri St. 10/7/07 Valparaiso

Minute 69th 80th 32nd

D a r by Kehoe

Junior u Midfielder #5 u 6-1 u 170 lbs. St. Charles, Illinois St. Charles East HS

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Kehoe

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Liverpool FC • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Mac & Cheese • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Woody Harrelson in White Men Can’t Jump • Favorite Super Hero • Catwoman • Favorite Month of the Year • July • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico • In His MP3/CD Player • Dispatch & Drake • Last Concert He Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Last Book He Read • I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell • Furry Friend • Violet – Golden Retriever • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Keith Spear, English • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Winning in OT at Kentucky – 2007


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer • 16 Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

Jeff K upie c

Senior u Defender #22 u 5-11 u 160 lbs. Orland Park, Illinois Sandburg HS

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Koop

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Bears • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Chicken Parmesan • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Jim Carrey in Dumb & Dumber • Favorite Animated Character • Pluto • Favorite Month of the Year • September • Unique Travel Locale • Caymen Islands • His Ride • Toyota Corolla • In His MP3/CD Player • Dave Matthews Band • Last Concert He Attended • Kanye West • Magazine He Subscribes To • Maxim • Furry Friend • Lucy – Westie • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Richard Swartzbaugh, Anthropology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Drake – 2007 MVC Tournament

GP -GS Min 15 -4 615 16 -6 483 18 -3 –– 49 -13 ––

Shots 12 9 11 32

SOG 2 6 5 13

Goals 0 1 0 1

Asst. 0 0 1 1

Points GWG 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0

2008: Kupiec played in 15 games and KOOP’s Goal started four times, the draws at Northern Date Opponent Minute Illinois and Western Illinois and home 10/20/07 at Evansville 43rd games against Central Arkansas and Oral KOOP’s assist Roberts… scored the game-winning goal Date Goal Scorer Opponent on a penalty kick in the exhibition victory 11/1/06 Brad Peters vs Missouri St.* Saint Xavier… averaged 80 minutes per *MVC Tournament Game game in the contests he started… went the distance in the draw at Western… logged a season-high 101 minutes in the draw at Northern… played 42 minutes as a reserve in the victory at Western Michigan... 2007: he played in 16 games and started six times, including the final five matches of the season… also started the Creighton contest… scored his first career goal, a game-tying variety, at Evansville… logged double-figure minutes in 15 of the 16 games he played in… averaged 50 minutes per game as a starter… logged his most minutes in the two meetings with Bradley (65 and 64)… also played 59 minutes in the win at Western Kentucky… put six of his nine shots on goal for a team-best .667 shot on goal percentage... 2006: he played in 18 games and started three times late in the season, including the home finale against Creighton… tallied his first career assist on Brad Peters’ first goal in the MVC Tournament win over Missouri State… recorded a shot in five consecutive games… put two of his season-high three shots on goal at Wright State... HIGH SCHOOL: Jeff played for coach Jack Ferraro… led the team in goals as team captain his senior year… also earned All-Southwest Suburban Conference and all-sectional honors as well as All-Area recognition from both the Daily Southtown and Star Newspapers in 2005… Sandburg went to the finals of the IHSA state tournament in 2005 after winning conference for the third consecutive season… 2003 Best of the Midwest champs… National Honor Society... honor roll student… also played for the Midwest United club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was connecting on a penalty kick with his team down 1-0 and only 2:30 remaining in the championship game of the Pepsi Showdown… his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he has always supported me and attended every game he could”… most admires Walter Payton because “he was the best and had the best work ethic of any athlete”… his uncle Mike played football at the University of Illinois... son of Gary and Sue Kupiec… MAJOR: Finance.


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride Year 2008

GP -GS

Min

on the

Pitch • 17

Shots SOG Goals – Redshirted –

Asst.

Points GWG

2008: McCausland redshirted during his first season with the program... in the spring, scored twice in the draw against SIU Edwardsville at the Governor’s Cup... logged 39 minutes and recorded two shots on goal in the exhibition game against Saint Xavier... also played all 60 minutes for the underclassmen in the intrasquad game... HIGH SCHOOL: McCausland was a four-year varsity letter-winner for coach Paul Stranz… also lettered twice in wrestling… Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State selection… Decatur Herald and Review All-Area team… team captain and MVP… Chicago Fire All-State and Honorable Mention All-Academic as a senior… finished his career with 50 goals and 26 assists… 2006 Mid-State Elite Eight All-Tournament Team… helped lead CHS to the Elite Eight round of the IHSA state playoffs as a freshman… honor roll student… also played for the U-18 Panther Soccer club team, coached by EIU assistant Dino Raso… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was starting for CHS as a freshman in the IHSA Elite Eight round… his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he always pushed me to the next level and has always been there for me”… son of Ralph and Joan McCausland… his father was an All-American wrestler at EIU and was inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame in 1989; he was also the head coach at EIU for 24 years… his mother is a professor in the health studies department at Eastern, while his dad teaches in kinesiology and sports studies.… enjoys fishing and kayaking... MAJOR: Undecided.

Ian McCausland

RS-Freshman u Midfielder #2 u 5-8 u 140 lbs. Charleston, Illinois Charleston HS

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Ian

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Bears • Favorite Building on Campus • Ford Hall • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Super Hero • Spider-Man • Favorite Holiday • Christmas • Favorite Month of the Year • June • Favorite Big City • “Not a big fan of big cities” • Unique Travel Locale • Gulf Shores, Alabama • In His MP3/CD Player • MGMT • Last Concert He Attended • Lupe Fiasco (at Lantz) • Magazine He Subscribes To • Sports Illustrated • Furry Friend • Emma – Chocolate Lab • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Richard Swartzbaugh, Anthropology


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer • 18 Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

C h r is

Pearson

Senior u Defender #26 u 6-3 u 180 lbs. Newcastle, England Emmanuel HS

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P.O.

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Newcastle United • Favorite Building on Campus • Weller Hall • Favorite Food • Fish & Chips • Favorite Actor • Adam Sandler • Favorite Animated Character • SuperTed • Favorite Month of the Year • March • Favorite Big City • London • Unique Travel Locale • Malia, Island of Crete • His Ride • Vauxhall Corsa SXI • In His MP3/CD Player • Steve Angello • Last Concert He Attended • Axwell • Magazine He Subscribes To • FHM • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Stephen Benner, Business • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring a Goal vs Bradley – 2007

GP -GS Min 17 -17 1501 17 -16 1273 7 -4 –– 41 -37 ––

Shots 6 13 2 21

SOG 5 5 1 11

Goals 1 2 1 4

Asst. 0 0 0 0

Points GWG 2 0 4 0 2 0 8 0

2008: NIU Invitational All-Tournament P.O.’s Goals Team… Pearson started all 17 games he Date Opponent Minute played in… scored the game-tying goal in the 9/14/08 at Northern Illinois 49th draw against Northern Illinois to represent the 11/3/07 Bradley 16th Panthers on the NIU Invitational All-Tourna- 8/31/07 vs Belmont 53rd ment Team… it was his third career goal in 11/1/06 vs Missouri State* 5th a tournament game… ranked fourth on the *MVC Tournament Game team in minutes… went the distance on 12 occasions, including the first six games of the year – playing 560 consecutive minutes during that stretch… also played 448 of the possible 456 minutes of the Valley season… played a season-high 110 minutes in the draw at NIU… Eastern is 2-1-1 when he has scored during his career... 2007: Bradley City Centre Classic All-Tournament Team… MVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 4)… he played in 17 games and started 16 times, including the first 10 games of the year and both MVC Tournament contests… scored EIU’s first goal of the season, his second career goal in neutral-site action at Bradley’s Shea Stadium… that game-tying goal against Belmont and All-Tournament Team honors at the City Centre Classic led to MVC Defensive Player of the Week honors… also scored in the home finale against Bradley, his first goal at Lakeside Field… registered a shot in six of the first seven games of the season… went the distance eight times, including both MVC Tournament contests… played a season-high 110 minutes in the draw at Loyola… helped EIU post a shutout streak of 436 minutes early in the season and eight shutouts total, a new program record in the Valley era... 2006: he played in seven games and started four, including both MVC Tournament contests… scored EIU’s first goal just five minutes into the MVC Tourney win over Missouri State… sidelined early with an injury, returned during league play to give EIU a shot in the arm... HIGH SCHOOL: Chris’s high school did not offer soccer but he was still an accomplished rugby player and all-around athlete… as a club soccer player for Redheugh BC he was voted Player of the Year for the U-17 squad… Redheugh won consecutive Durham County Lomax Enterprises League championships… two-time Eden Youth Cup winners… Redheugh was national semifinalist after winning the Northern Counties League Cup… three-time (U-13–U15) rugby Player of the Year at Emmanuel… U-16 County Recognition… U-18 School First Team… was a teammate of Alex Harrison’s at Gateshead, winning three Northern County Cups and the 2005-06 ECFA national championship... Victor Ladorum competition winner, which consists of the 100- and 800-meter dashes and the triple jump… Endeavour honors in mathematics… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was captaining the U-16 county team in the national semifinals… his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he encouraged me to play football from a young age and helped me maintain my motivation, focus and belief in my ability”… most admires Gateshead coach Paul Bryson because “he helped me develop massively as a player and gave me the belief to achieve”… son of David and Roberta Pearson… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

GP -GS Min 15 -10 908 17 -12 683 20 -18 –– 52 -40 ––

Shots 5 6 18 29

on the

SOG 1 1 7 9

Pitch • 19

Goals 0 0 1 1

Asst. 1 2 1 4

Points GWG 1 0 2 0 3 0 6 0

X 2007 MVC Scholar Athlete Team Honorable Mention 2008: Philpott played in 15 games and startMinute ed 10 times, including the first five and final 26th three matches of the year… assisted on Mike Lewis’ go-ahead goal in the victory against philpott’s assists Date Goal Scorer Opponent UMKC… went the distance on four occa8/31/08 Mike Lewis UMKC sions: at Valparaiso, at Western Michigan, 11/7/07 Alex Harrison at Asbury at IUPUI and at Missouri State… played a 8/31/07 Chris Pearson vs Belmont season-high 96 minutes in the overtime loss 9/8/06 Brad Peters at IPFW at MSU… averaged 70 minutes per game in the contests he started… ranked ninth on the team in minutes played... 2007: he played in 17 games and started 12 times, including the first six matches of the season… came off the bench in the home opener but then returned to the starting lineup until suffering a knee injury in the MVC opener against Drake that kept him out until early November… assisted on EIU’s first goal of the season, Chris Pearson’s score against Belmont, and Alex Harrison’s first goal in the overtime win at Asbury College… registered a season-high three shots against Western Illinois… averaged 45 minutes per game as a starter… played a season-high 61 minutes in the draw at UAB… logged 50-plus minutes eight times… played at least 20 minutes in both MVC Tournament contests... 2006: he played in all 20 games and started 18 times, including the last 16 matches of the year… scored EIU’s first goal in the Valley win over Evansville, tying the game… first EIU freshman to score his first career goal in a Valley game since 2002… tallied his first assist on Brad Peters’ third goal in the win at IPFW… attempted a shot in 14 of the 20 games... HIGH SCHOOL: Evan was a four-year letter-winner for coaches Steve West and Dan Keller… IHSSCA All-State selection… Chicago Tribune Honorable Mention All-State… two-time All-Central State Eight Conference honoree… 2005 team captain and MVP… also lettered twice in wrestling, qualifying for the state meet while earning conference Wrestler of the Year… four-year honor roll student… played for the SASA (Springfield Select) club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the game-winning goal against Alton High School in the IHSA regional semifinals… former coach Andy Bruington has been a major influence on his sports career because “he taught me to always keep my head up and to become a great person on and off the field”… most admires coach West “for being a great coach and friend. He inspired me to enjoy the game and always give it my all”… son of Jim and Lynne Philpott… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.

Philpott’s Goal

Date 10/8/06

Opponent Evansville

E va n

P h i l p ot t

Senior u Midfielder #20 u 5-8 u 155 lbs. Jacksonville, Illinois Jacksonville HS

Kickin’

it with

Philpott

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Minnesota Vikings • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Foods • Lobster & Crab • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump • Favorite Holiday • Christmas • Favorite Month of the Year • June • Favorite Big City • St. Louis • His Ride • ‘01 Jeep Cherokee • In His MP3/CD Player • Blink 182 • Magazine He Subscribes To • Sports Illustrated • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Ralph McCausland, Kinesiology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Winning in OT at Kentucky – 2007


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer • 20 Year 2008

Mike

Picinich

Sophomore u Midfielder #8 u 5-10 u 160 lbs. Elburn, Illinois St. Charles North HS

Kickin’

it with

Picinich

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Juventus FC • Favorite Building on Campus • Ford Hall • Favorite Food • Pasta • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Al Pacino in The Godfather • Favorite Holiday • Christmas • Favorite Month of the Year • July • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico • His Ride • ‘99 Jeep Cherokee • In His MP3/CD Player • Dave Matthews Band • Last Concert He Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Magazine He Subscribes To • Maxim • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Richard Swartzbaugh, Anthropology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • UMKC – 2008

GP -GS Min 18 -10 746

Shots 13

SOG 2

Goals 0

Asst. 1

Points GWG 1 0

2008: Picinich played in 18 games Picinich’s assist and started 10 times, including the Date Goal Scorer Opponent Central Ark. first eight matches of the year… the 9/20/08 Brad Peters only game he missed, the draw at Western Illinois, was due to a red card suspension… assisted on Brad Peters’ first goal in the victory against Central Arkansas… registered a shot attempt in seven straight games in September… averaged 59 minutes per game during his starting streak… played a season-high 97 minutes in the draw at Northern Illinois… ranked second among the EIU freshmen in minutes played... HIGH SCHOOL: Mike played for coach Eric Willson, a former Panther… established a new single-season school record for assists as a senior… earned all-state, all-sectional and All-Upstate Eight Conference honors… Daily Herald and Kane County Chronicle All-Area selection… St. Charles North won three straight regional titles from 200507 and reached the IHSA state finals in 2006… three-time all-conference academic team honoree… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was recording a pair of assists in a come-from-behind victory against rival St. Charles East High School… his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he was always there for me and has always encouraged me”… most admires coach Willson because “he always believed in me and helped me get to where I am today”… enjoys snowboarding... son of John and Barbara Picinich… MAJOR: Pre-Engineering.


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Kyle B u l lo c k

Alex Koch

#9 u 5-10 u 155

#11 u 6-0 u 160

Freshman u Forward

Freshman u Midfielder

lbs .

Champaign, Illinois

Belleville, Illinois

Champaign Centennial HS

Belleville West HS

lbs .

HIGH SCHOOL: Bullock was a four-year HIGH SCHOOL: Koch was a three-year Kickin’ it with letter-winner for coaches Cole Bushue, varsity letter-winner… after playing at BelKyle & Alex Mark Sikora and Imants Jaunarajs… also leville East for former Panther Mark LasFavorite Pro Sports Team lettered twice in track and once in basketley, transferred to Belleville West for his 77 Chelsea FC ball… scored a school-record 75 goals senior year and led his new team, coached St. Louis Cardinals 88 during his high school career… threeby Blake Decker, to a regional title and Favorite Building on Campus 77 Weller Hall time Champaign News Gazette All-Area its winningest season in school history… Lantz 88 and All-Big 12 Conference honoree… three-time All-Southwestern Conference Favorite Food two-time all-sectional selection… helped selection… offensive MVP as a junior at 77 Ravioli lead Centennial to the quarterfinals of the Belleville East… Belleville News-DemoChili 88 Favorite Character IHSA state tournament as a junior… Big crat First Team All-Area and Illinois High 77 Hercules 12 Conference leadership participant… School Soccer Coaches Association AllTommy Pickles (Rugrats) 88 also took part in choir, drama – playing Sectional in 2008… helped lead Belleville Favorite Month of the Year the lead role in two high school musicals East to a regional title as a sophomore… 77 August July 88 – and the interact service club… also three-time honor roll student… scholarF avorite Big City played for the Little Illini Soccer Club, led athlete award winner at Belleville West… 77 Madrid by former EIU assistant coach Mike Kobyplayed with the St. Louis Scott Gallagher St. Louis 88 linski… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highMetro club (formerly Metro United) since Unique Travel Locale 77 Barcelona light was scoring a game-tying goal with the age of 10… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports Cancun 88 23 seconds remaining in the supersechighlight was transferring to Belleville In His MP3/CD Player tional finals against Peoria Notre Dame West and helping his new team post the 77 T.I. as a junior… his parents and coaches best record in school history… his mother Coheed & Cambria 88 Last Concert He Attended have been a major influence on his sports has been a major influence on his sports 77 Young Jeezy career because “they have pushed me to career because “she has always encourThird Eye Blind 88 go up to the next level”… most admires aged me to do my best”… most admires Furry Friend Chelsea striker Didier Drogba because coach Decker because “he has helped me 77 Rogue – Black Lab “he has inspired me to become a better Rooney – German Shepherd 88 to grow and develop into a better, stronforward to pursue my goals”… son of Dager and smarter player”… son of Ron and vid and Ellyn Bullock… MAJOR: Communication Stud- Kathy Koch… MAJOR: Sociology. ies.

Peters

Gartner

Lewis

Mabeya

Scheffers

Barnes

Hansen

Senior Day 2008


T r evo r K o h l rus Junior u Defender

#17 u 6-1 u 180

lbs .

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J e r ry Maddi

Freshman u Forward #10 u 6-0 u 170

lbs .

Springfield, Illinois

Bolingbrook, Illinois

Glenwood HS/Parkland JC

Naperville Central HS

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Kohlrus helped lead HIGH SCHOOL: Maddi was a four-year letKickin’ it with coach Mark Sikora’s team to a 25-13-2 reter-winner, playing three years at the varsity cord during his two years at Parkland ColTrevor & Jerry level, for coach Jay Konrad… scored 29 Favorite Pro Sports Team lege in Champaign, Ill…. as a team captain goals and tallied 22 assists in 36 games as 77 St. Louis Cardinals in 2008, named First Team All-Mid-West a starter at the varsity level, ranking among New York Yankees 88 Athletic Conference and All-Region 24… NCHS Top Three in both categories… also Favorite Building on Campus honorable mention all-conference and all-rehad 19 goals and 10 assists as a fresh77 Old Main man playing at the sophomore level… allgion in 2007… Parkland was Mid-West AthWeller Hall 88 Favorite Food state, all-area, all-city, all-sectional and allletic Conference champs in 2008, posting 77 Steak conference as a senior… Chicago Tribune a 17-2-2 record… HIGH SCHOOL: Trevor Mom’s Pasta 88 Area Player of the Month finalist… two-time was a two-year letter-winner for coach Jay Favorite Actor ESPN RISE Player of the Week… two-time Lipe… also lettered in basketball… helped 77 Heath Ledger Academic All-Conference and honor roll Glenwood compile a 83-14-7 record during Adam Sandler 88 Favorite Month of the Year student… NCHS was ranked No. 1 in the his high school career, highlighted by the 77 December state and No. 5 in the nation for eight weeks 2005 IHSA Class 2A state championship June 88 during his senior year… helped lead NCHS team that featured a 26-1 mark… earned Favorite Big City to the Best of the West Tournament title his All-Central State Eight Conference and all77 Chicago senior year after finishing as the runner-up sectional honors as a senior… Glenwood New York 88 a year earlier… also played for the Ajax FC also won its regional in 2004 and 2006 and Unique Travel Locale 77 Riviera Maya, Mexico club team winning the U-15 Germantown its sectional in 2004… four-year honor roll Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 88 and Potomac titles… Ajax FC was also a student… also played for the SASA RaidIn His MP3/CD Player U-17 Illinois Youth Soccer State Cup finalers club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports 77 A Perfect Circle ist… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlights highlight was winning the IHSA state title his Young Jeezy 88 were scoring game-winning goals in the junior year of high school… his friends and Last Concert He Attended 77 Incubus Best of the West championship game to family have been a major influence on his AC/DC 88 beat top-ranked Neuqua Valley HS and to sports career because “they’ve inspired me Furry Friend in the State Cup semis (on a free kick with and made me the person I am today”… most 77 Kodi – Chesepeake Retriever 10 minutes to play) with Ajax FC… his father admires coach Sikora because “he really Lolo – Minature Pinscher 88 has been a major influence on his sports cahelped me become the soccer player I am reer because “he always keeps me focused now. He taught me the game and not only was my coach, but a friend, too”… son of Tim and Martha and helped me improve in all areas of my game”… most admires Dragan Pavlovic, the Ajax FC director of coachKohlrus… MAJOR: Business. ing and a longtime standout professional player in Europe and South America, because “he was an outstanding player and now coach, who is very modest and humble about his career and awards”… his cousin Rosa Andreucetti played soccer at Dominican University in suburban Chicago… son of Paul and Carmela Maddi… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.


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Sean M o lo n y

Junior u Goalkeeper #33 u 6-4 u 200

lbs .

K e n da l S pu rgi n

Freshman u Midfielder #18 u 5-9 u 150

Centennial, Colorado

Geneva, Illinois

Grandview HS/Fort Lewis

Geneva HS

lbs .

PREVIOUS COLLEGE: Molony played HIGH SCHOOL: Spurgin was a threeKickin’ it with his first two collegiate seasons at Fort year letter-winner for coach Ryan EstaLewis College, an NCAA Division II brook… named All-State by the Illinois Sean & Kendal school located in Durango, Colo., that Favorite Pro Sports Team High School Soccer Coaches Associa77 Liverpool FC competes in the Rocky Mountain Athletic tion as a senior… three-time All-WestArsenal FC 88 Conference… did not surrender a goal ern Sun Conference honoree… also a Favorite Food in 295 minutes of game action, posting three-time All-Area selection by the Daily 77 Fried Foods two shutouts… RMAC All-Tournament Herald, Kane County Chronicle and AuChipotle Mexican Grill 88 Team selection in 2007… transferred Favorite Super Hero rora Beacon News… senior year team to EIU at the 2009 semester break and 77 Batman 88 captain… helped lead GHS to three participated in the spring season… HIGH Favorite Month of the Year consecutive Western Sun titles, going SCHOOL: Sean was a four-year letter77 October undefeated in conference play all three May 88 winner and three-year starter for coach years… GHS was a three-time regional F avorite B ig C ity Bruce Brown… also lettered in football… 77 San Diego champ that won it sectional in 2007 and set school records for saves (game London 88 was runner-up a year later… also played and career), shutouts (career) and minUnique Travel Locale for the Strikers Fox Valley club team and utes played (season and career)… also 77 Hawaii the Illinois ’91 Olympic Development played for the ’88 Colorado Rush club Amsterdam 88 Program… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports team, which was a five-time State Cup In His MP3/CD Player highlight was finishing in third place at champion… his ’87 Olympic Develop77 The Used Ben Folds 88 ment team was runner-up at the 2005 the Olympic Development Program naLast Book He Read Region IV Tournament… in the summer tional tournament… his parents have of 2009 was the starting goalkeeper for 77 David Bechham’s Autobiography been a major influence on his sports the Premier Development League’s Des Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance 88 career because “they have always supFurry Friend Moines Menace, which won the Heartland ported me”… most admires Kevin Ward 77 Abby – Black Lab Division title… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports Millie – Maltese Poodle 88 because “he was my first club coach highlight was training with Major League and he taught me everything I know and Soccer’s Colorado Rapids… most admade me the player I am today”… son of Bruce Dienst and mires Everton FC and U.S. National Team goalkeeper Tim Kristie Spurgin-Dienst… MAJOR: Finance. Howard because “he has become one of the top goalkeepers and overcome so much”… son of Tim and Mary Lou Molony… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.

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Shailer Thomas

Freshman u Goalkeeper #32 u 5-11 u 175

lbs.

R ya n Warren

Freshman u Midfielder #15 u 6-1 u 165

lbs .

Bloomington, Illinois

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Bloomington HS

Liberty HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Warren was a three-year HIGH SCHOOL: Thomas was a four-year K ickin’ it with letter-winner for coach Mike Goyden… varsity letter-winner for coach Tony BauColorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph 2008 S hailer & R yan man… 2008 Bloomington Pantagraph Area Player of the Year… also named Favorite Pro Sports Team Area Player of the Year… three-time First 77 Liverpool FC First Team All-State by the Rocky MounTeam All-Big 12 Conference and All-Area Manchester United 88 tain News and Denver Post as a senior… Favorite Building on Campus honoree… twice named All-Sectional by 2008 5A Coaches All-League Player of the 77 Weller Hall the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Year… NSCAA All-Region VII as a senior… Lantz 88 Liberty High School Offensive Player of Association… WJBC Radio Athlete of the Favorite Food the Year and Wall of Fame honoree… twoWeek (Sept. 2008)… two-time team MVP 77 Mac & Cheese time team captain as an upperclassman… Steak 88 as an upperclassman and a three-time NSCAA Academic All-American as a senior Favorite Actor & Film Role team captain… four-year high honor roll 77 Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller and a three-time Colorado High School Athstudent… BHS senior and Big 12 ConferBrad Pitt in Fight Club 88 letic Association Academic All-State honFavorite Super Hero ence scholar-athlete… was also a memoree… helped both Liberty High and the 77 Thor, God of Thunder Colorado Storm to CHSAA and club state ber of the Illinois ’90 Olympic Development Spider-Man 88 championships, respectively, in 2006… Program team as a region 2 pool player… Favorite Month of the Year Liberty returned to the CHSAA final four 77 August played for the Illinois Fusion and Central a year later and earned an NSCAA Team September 88 Illinois Select club teams as well… PERAcademic Award… served as president of Favorite Big City SONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was play77 Toronto the school’s spirit club… captained his UNew York 88 ing against and training with the U-18 na18 Colorado Rapids development academy Unique Travel Locale team in 2008… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports tional team in the summer of 2007… his 77 Monson, Maine highlight was winning the Colorado High family has been a major influence on his Hawaii 88 School state championship in front of his sports career because “they taught me In His MP3/CD Player classmates, friends and family… his father 77 Dashboard Confessional that no matter the situation or the score, try has been a major influence on his sports All Time Low 88 your best”… most admires his former goalcareer because “he always pushes me to Last Concert He Attended keeper coach John Sime because “without 77 Rascal Flatts be the best I can be, play at the highest levhim, I would not be the ‘keeper or person All Time Low & Every Avenue 88 el I can and to dream big”… most admires Brian Crookham, the Colorado Rapids socI am today. He gave me many opportunities to be seen by top-level coaches”… son of Fred and Jill cer academy director of coaching, because “of his approach to the game, his professionalism and his success as an asThomas… MAJOR: Special Education. sistant coach with the MLS Colorado Rapids”… son of Robert and Sarah Warren… MAJOR: Biological Sciences.


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Kyle Z ums k i

Junior u Defender #23 u 6-0 u 165

lbs .

Barrington, Illinois Barrington HS/St. Joseph’s PREVIOUS COLLEGE: Kickin’ it Zumski played his first two with Kyle collegiate seasons at Saint F avorite Pro Sports Team Joseph’s College, an NCAA Chelsea FC Division II school located in Favorite Building on Campus Rensselaer, Ind., that comDoudna Fine Arts Center Favorite Meal petes in the Great Lakes Steak & Cheese Potatoes Valley Conference… earned Favorite Actor & Film Role Second Team All-Region Ben Stiller in Heavyweights honors in 2008 after starting Favorite Month of the Year September all 20 games and scoring four avorite Big City F goals… transferred to EIU Chicago at the 2009 semester break Unique Travel Locale and participated in the spring Amsterdam His Ride season… HIGH SCHOOL: ‘05 Mazda 3 Kyle was a three-year varsity In His MP3/CD Player letter-winner for coach Scott Kings of Leon Steib… two-time All-Mid-SubLast Concert He Attended Lil Wayne urban League selection as ast Book He Read L an upperclassman… helped Outside Providence lead BHS to a 2004 conference title… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring four goals against Fremd High School as a junior… his father has been a major influence on his sports career because “he always pushed me to be my best no matter what”… most admires coach Steib because “he made me mentally tough”… son of Bob and Patricia Zumski… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.


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2008 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

5-11-3 Overall • 0-5 Missouri Valley

Player

GP -GS Min Shots SOG G A Pts GWG

B. Peters

19 -19 1736

54

28

10 6

26

2

A. Harrison

19 -19 1598

42

27

8

7

23

2

A. Gartner

18 -18 1666

24

8

2

3

7

0

D. Kehoe

19 -16 1415

19

9

1

4

6

0

J. Adee

18 -9

666

10

5

2

0

4

0

M. Lewis

19 -6

846

13

6

1

2

4

0

R. Child

12 -10

853

11

3

1

1

3

0

J. Phillips

17 -0

353

10

6

1

1

3

1

J. Hinds

13 -5

664

8

3

1

1

3

0

C. Pearson

17 -17 1501

6

5

1

0

2

0

E. Barnes

19 -12

800

8

3

0

2

2

0

N. Bonacker

17 -16 1379

2

1

0

1

1

0

E. Philpott

15 -10

908

5

1

0

1

1

0

M. Picinich

18 -10

746

13

2

0

1

1

0

M. Welsch

4 -0

65

0

0

0

1

1

0

P. Mabeya

17 -15 1329

6

2

0

0

0

0

J. Kupiec

15 -4

615

12

2

0

0

0

0

M. Crowley

13 -4

481

1

1

0

0

0

0

Eastern

19

244

114

30 31 91

5

Opponents

19

263

115

37 33 107

11

Opponent (Attendance)

Site

Date

2-2-1 Home • 3-7-2 Away • 0-2 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player M. Hansen M. Essary Team Eastern Opponents

GP -GS 17 -15 7 -4 19 19

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Min 1411:23 355:05 1766:28 1766:28

GA GAA Sv PCT SHO 28 1.79 62 .689 1 9 2.28 13 .591 0 3 2 37 1.89 78 .678 3 30 1.53 84 .737 6

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 17 13 1st 101 116 1st 34 35 1st 38 39 1st 105 104

Result

8/29 at Valparaiso (349) Valparaiso, Ind. L 1-2 8/31 UMKC (221) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-2 9/5 at Western Michigan (257) Kalamazoo, Mich. W 2-0 9/7 at IPFW (192) Fort Wayne, Ind. W 5-2 9/12 ^ vs #14 Northwestern (47) DeKalb, Ill. L 0-3 9/14 ^ at Northern Illinois (215) DeKalb, Ill. T 1-1 9/20 CENTRAL ARKANSAS (514) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-0 9/26 at Wright State (306) Dayton, Ohio W 4-1 10/1 at IUPUI (392) Indianapolis, Ind. L 0-1 10/5 at #21 Ohio State (1,302) Columbus, Ohio L 0-3 10/8 at Western Illinois (212) Macomb, Ill. T 2-2 10/13 ORAL ROBERTS (268) LAKESIDE FIELD T 0-0 10/15 • at Bradley (347) Peoria, Ill. L 1-3 10/18 • at #25 Drake (477) Des Moines, Iowa L 1-3 10/21 at Butler (135) Indianapolis, Ind. L 0-1 10/25 • EVANSVILLE (496) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-3 11/1 • at Missouri State (257) Springfield, Mo. L 0-1 OT 11/8 • #2 CREIGHTON (287) LAKESIDE FIELD L 3-5 11/12 + vs Missouri State (130) Evansville, Ind. L 1-4

2nd 13 23 2nd 138 132 2nd 43 47 2nd 49 56 2nd 111 133

OT 0 1 OT 2 8 OT 1 0 OT 3 2 OT 4 11

Total 30 37 Total 244 263 Total 78 84 Total 90 101 Total 222 252

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Gartner Adee, Lewis, PETERS PHILLIPS, Harrison Harrison, Peters, HARRISON, Own Goal, Gartner

Pearson HARRISON, Adee Peters, Own Goal, Peters Peters, PETERS, Harrison, Peters Peters, Peters Kehoe Harrison Child Harrison, Hinds, Harrison Peters

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ NIU Invitational • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + MVC Tournament match (No. 6 seed)

OT2 0 0 OT2 3 7 OT2 0 2 OT2 0 4 OT2 2 4


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EIU RECORD WHEN HE SCORES...

Player (Goals, GWGs) Jim Adee (2, 0) Ryan Child (1, 0) Adam Gartner (8, 2) Alex Harrison (13, 4) Jonathan Hinds (1, 0) Darby Kehoe (3, 0) Jeff Kupiec (1, 0) Mike Lewis (3, 0) Chris Pearson (4, 0) Brad Peters (33, 12) Jeff Phillips (1, 1) Evan Philpott (1, 0)

EIU Record 2-0 0-1 7-1 7-2-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 2-0-1 2-1-1 19-3-2 1-0 1-0

Win % 1.000 .000 .875 .750 .000 .667 .000 .833 .625 .833 1.000 1.000

WHERE & WHEN HAS HE SCORED...

Player (Goals) J. Adee (2) R. Child (1) A. Gartner (8) A. Harrison (11) J. Hinds (1) D. Kehoe (3) J. Kupiec (1) M. Lewis (3) C. Pearson (4) B. Peters (33) J. Phillips (1) E. Philpott (1)

H 2 1 2 2

A – – 4 8

N – – 2 1

NC MVC PS 2 – – – 1 – 6 2 – 10 1 –

2 – 2 1 13 – 1

1 1 1 1 14 1 –

– – – 2 6 – –

1 – 2 2 24 1 –

2 1 1 1 6 – 1

H = Home, A = Away, N = Neutral NC = Non-Conference, PS = Post Season

– – – 1 3 – –

Multi-Goal & Assist Efforts

Player Multi-Goal Multi-Asst Goal&Asst* B. Peters 7 4 8 A. Harrison 3 – 4 J. Hinds – – 1 A. Gartner – 2 2 M. Lewis – 1 – *Goal&Asst = a game in which he had at least one goal & one assist.

Consecutive Games Started Brad Peters – 45 (Since Oct. ‘06) Alex Harrison – 23 (Since Nov. ‘07) Darby Kehoe – 16 Chris Pearson – 10

10-Plus Goals in the Valley Era

Player Goals Class Jason Thompson 21 Freshman Jason Thompson 14 Junior Derrick Perry 14 Senior Jeff Nix 12 Senior Brad Peters 11 Junior Brad Peters 11 Sophomore Brad Peters 10 Senior Jimmy Klatter 10 Junior

Year 2000 2002 2001 1998 2007 2006 2008 2004

TEAM LEADERS IN MINUTES PLAYED

Player Minutes Active Streak ‘08 Long Brad Peters 1736 846 846 Adam Gartner 1666 366 1,130 Alex Harrison 1598 276 423 Chris Pearson 1501 90 560 Darby Kehoe 1415 642 642 Mark Hansen 1411 276 315 Nick Bonacker 1379 68 315 Patrick Mabeya 1329 – 424 Evan Philpott 908 – 173 Ryan Child 853 135 141 Mike Lewis 846 31 47 Eddie Barnes 800 7 87 Mike Picinich 746 – 94 Jim Adee 666 – 40 Jonathan Hinds 664 45 171 Jeff Kupiec 615 – 122 Matt Crowley 481 – 274 Mark Essary 355 – 135 Jeff Phillips 353 – 28 Mitch Welsch 65 – 21

Pitch • 27 – Numerous Awards Highlight 2008 Season –

A third consecutive 10-goal season and First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference selection for Brad Peters, as well as ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America accolades for Adam Gartner highlighted Eastern Illinois men’s soccer’s 2008 season. Peters led the league in goals for the third straight year. In the process, the senior became the first Panther in the program’s Valley era (1996-present) to become a three-time First Team All-Conference pick and post three double-figure goal seasons. Peters was named to the Hermann Trophy Preseason Watch List in August. Gartner joined classmate Mike Lewis as Academic All-America honorees the last two seasons. Gartner also made EIU and MVC history when he was named one of 10 finalists nationally for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. He became the first Panther and MVC soccer player – male or female – to be a finalist for the prestigious award. As a team, Eastern scored 30 goals for the second year in a row and sixth time since joining the Valley. Fifteen of the 18 EIU field players that saw action in 2008 recorded a point. However, the Panthers also struggled defensively and surrendered a league-high 37 goals, the most since 2003. Despite losing the contest 5-3, Eastern battled second-ranked Creighton in one of the wildest games in the recent history of Lakeside Field. Creighton came to Charleston as the top-ranked defensive team in the country after surrendering just four goals in its first 14 games. The Panthers not only scored a season-high three times against the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight round qualifier, but also held the lead at one juncture in both the first and second halves. Alex Harrison scored twice and assisted on EIU’s other goal in the loss to Creighton. Yet it was just one excellent performance in a breakout season for the sophomore forward. The Englishman ranked second in the Valley with seven assists and scored three of his eight goals during conference play. MORE ON THE CREIGHTON GAME: No. 2 Creighton was the highest-ranked team to visit Lakeside Field since 2004, when former EIU player and coach Schellas Hyndman brought his third-ranked SMU team to town. Eastern became the first Valley team since 2005 to score three times against CU... Alex Harrison’s multi-goal effort was his second of the season and third career, but first in MVC play... Jonathan Hinds joined Ryan Child as Panthers to score their first career goal in conference play this season... The 5-3 final score represented the most goals in a single game at Lakeside Field since EIU defeated Illinois-Chicago, 8-0, in 2002. Going Down in OT: Eastern’s overtime loss at Missouri State Nov. 1 was the program’s first since losing a heartbreaker with less than a second remaining in double-OT at Creighton on Oct. 13, 2007. Each of the Panthers’ last four overtime defeats has come at the hands of a Valley opponent. Since an October 2004 OT loss at Evansville, the Panthers are 0-4-6 in games that have gone into overtime against MVC teams and 5-0-6 in extended affairs against non-conference foes. Hansen Surrenders First Golden Goal: Four-year starting goalkeeper Mark Hansen suffered his first overtime defeat Nov. 1 at Missouri State. He did not play in the 2007 OT at Creighton. The senior had posted a shutout streak of 205 consecutive overtime minutes without surrendering a goal. Hansen compiled a 4-1-8 record in overtime games in which he was part of the sudden death periods. EVERY MINUTE IN VALLEY PLAY: Three Panthers – Adam Gartner, Darby Kehoe and Brad Peters – played every minute of the five conference games. Peters accomplished the feat for the second year in a row. The senior played the final 846 minutes of the season, a streak of nine straight games. The Ohio OT WINS IN THE MVC ERA State contest on Oct. 5 marked the last time Year Opponent Score GW Goal he left the field. GARTNER’S STREAK ENDS: Adam Gartner picked up his fifth yellow card of the season late in the Oct. 18 game at Drake and was forced to sit out the subsquent match at Butler, ending his team-long consecutive games started streak at 57. The senior had been in the starting lineup for every game since the Oct. 30, 2004 game against Vanderbilt. Coincidentally, he missed that game due to a red card suspension... As a Panther, the only game Gartner played in but did not start was Sept. 4, 2005 against Bowling Green – the second contest of his collegiate career.

2007 at Asbury 2007 at Kentucky 2007 vs Oral Roberts 2007 vs Belmont 2006 at W. Illinois 2004 Drury 2001 W. Kentucky 2001 Vanderbilt 2001 vs UW-Green Bay 2000 vs Drury 2000 W. Michigan 1998 at W. Illinois 1998 Ohio State 1998 at UW-Green Bay 1996 Northwestern 1996 NE Illinois

2-1 A. Harrison 1-0 B. Earl 1-0 B. Peters 2-1 A. Harrison 1-0 B. Earl 2-1 J. Klatter 2-1 D. Perry 3-2 C. Dumonceaux 3-2 J. Thompson 3-2 D. Perry 3-2 E. Diaz 2-1 J. Nix 2-1 D. Shaughnessy 1-0 M. Czarnecki 2-1 D. LaFrance 3-1 B. Kelly


2009 Eastern Illinois Men’s Soccer • 28

PROGRAM HISTORY

The Head Coaches

Year 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Harold Pinther 1963-64 6-6 (.500) EIU Hall of Fame

Fritz Teller 1965-76 87-42-10 (.662) EIU Hall of Fame

Cizo Mosnia 1984-94 97-75-19 (.558)

Schellas Hyndman 1977-83 98-24-11 (.778) EIU Hall of Fame

Tim McClements 1996-99 30-42-4 (.421)

Adam Howarth 2000-Present 69-84-16 (.456)

EASTERN’S DEEP RUNS IN NATIONAL POST SEASON TOURNAMENTS 1974: NCAA DII – 4th Place EIU 2, Illinois-Chicago 0 EIU 2, Western Illinois 1 Seattle Pacific 3, EIU 2 (4OT) •Federal City 5, EIU 3

1978: NCAA DII – 3rd Place EIU 2, UW-Green Bay 1 EIU 1, UM-St. Louis 0 Alabama A&M 5, EIU 0 •EIU 2, So. Connecticut State 1

1969: NAIA – National Champs EIU 2, Lake Forest 1 EIU 1, Quincy 0 EIU 4, Campell 0 EIU 6, Drew 0 EIU 1, Davis & Elkins 0 1981: NCAA DI – 3rd Place EIU 2, SIU-Edwardsville 1 (OT) EIU 1, Saint Louis 0 EIU def. San Diego State, forfeit $Connecticut 2, EIU 1 •EIU 4, Philadelphia Textile 2

1979: NCAA DII – 2nd Place EIU 3, Western Illinois 1 EIU 3, UM-St. Louis 0 EIU 1, So. Connecticut State 0 $Alabama A&M 2, EIU 0

•Third Place Match <> $Eventual National Champion

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Following the 1988 season, Eastern Illinois retired Erik Proffitt’s jersey. A two-year letter-winner, he recorded one goal and seven assists while playing in all 38 games in his two seasons (1987-88), both Mid-Continent Conference championship campaigns. Originally from Wichita, Kan., his life was tragically cut short at the age of 20.

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T League Finish Coach NAIA • 1963-69 1 0 — Harold ‘Hop’ Pinther 5 0 — Harold ‘Hop’ Pinther 3 0 — Fritz Teller 3 0 — Fritz Teller 3 0 — Fritz Teller 5 0 — Fritz Teller 1 1 — Fritz Teller NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 4 0 — Fritz Teller 5 2 — Fritz Teller

NCAA DIVISION II • 1972-80 1972 7 3 1 — Fritz Teller 1973 7 4 2 — Fritz Teller 1974 10 5 0 — Fritz Teller 1974 NCAA DII FOURTH PLACE NATIONAL FINISH 1975 8 4 1 — Fritz Teller 1976 8 2 3 — Fritz Teller 1977 10 4 1 — Schellas Hyndman 1978 15 5 0 — Schellas Hyndman 1978 NCAA DII THIRD PLACE NATIONAL FINISH 1979 14 4 3 — Schellas Hyndman 1979 NCAA DII NATIONAL RUNNER-UP 1980 12 4 0 — Schellas Hyndman NCAA DIVISION I • 1981-Present 1981 19 2 2 — Schellas Hyndman 1981 NCAA DI THIRD PLACE NATIONAL FINISH 1982 12 3 5 — Schellas Hyndman 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

MID-CONTINENT CONFERENCE • 1983-95 16 2 0 1st Schellas Hyndman 11 5 1 3rd Cizo Mosnia 11 5 1 1st Cizo Mosnia 6 8 2 T-3rd Cizo Mosnia 11 5 3 1st Cizo Mosnia 10 6 3 T-1st Cizo Mosnia 10 2 3 1st Cizo Mosnia 5 11 2 4th Cizo Mosnia 9 9 1 4th Cizo Mosnia 3 12 2 T-4th Cizo Mosnia 9 9 0 6th Cizo Mosnia 12 3 1 1st (West) Cizo Mosnia 5 12 0 4th (West) Troy Fabiano

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE • 1996-Present 1996 8 11 0 5th Tim McClements 1997 4 15 0 T-4th Tim McClements 1998 12 5 3 6th Tim McClements 1999 6 11 1 8th Tim McClements Adam Howarth 2000 12 6 1 5th Adam Howarth 2001 6 10 0 9th Adam Howarth 2002 8 11 1 7th Adam Howarth 2003 5 12 2 10th 2004 5 12 1 T-9th Adam Howarth 2005 5 9 3 6th Adam Howarth 2006 11 7 2 6th Adam Howarth 2007 12 6 3 5th Adam Howarth 2008 5 11 3 6th Adam Howarth Totals 387 277 58 (.577)

1 NAIA National Championship..............................................1969 1 NCAA Div. II National Championship Runner-Up................1979 1 NCAA Division I Third Place Finish. ..................................1981 1 NCAA Division II Third Place Finish. .................................1978 2 NCAA Division I Regional Qualifiers............................1982-83 7 NCAA Division II Regional Qualifiers........................................ ......................1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride Eastern Illinois Hall of Fame 2007 Agyeman Prempeh 2005 Damien Kelly 2003 George Gorleku 2001 Schellas Hyndman 2000 Fritz Teller 1990 Renny Garshelis 1990 Gerardo Pagnani 1989 Ron Semetis 1986 Harold ‘Hop’ Pinther Division I All-Americans 2002 Jason Thompson HM 2000 Jason Thompson 2nd/Fresh 1994 Brad McTighe 3rd 1984 Albert Adade 1st 1983 Damien Kelly 1st 1982 Agyeman Prempeh 3rd 1981 Damien Kelly 1st Agyeman Prempeh 1st Division II All-Americans 1980 Damien Kelly 1st 1978 George Gorleku 1st John Baretta HM 1977 George Gorleku HM 1976 George Gorleku 1st 1975 George Gorleku 2nd 1974 Don Hale HM 1973 Chuck Weisberg 2nd 1972 Gerardo Pagnani 1st Tony Durante HM 1971 Gerardo Pagnani 1st 1970 Gerardo Pagnani 1st Tony Durante HM All-Missouri Valley Conference 2008 Brad Peters 1st Adam Gartner HM Alex Harrison HM Ryan Child Freshman 2007 Mick Galeski 1st Brad Peters 1st Adam Gartner 2nd Brad Earl HM Alex Harrison Freshman 2006 Mick Galeski 1st Brad Peters 1st David Amdor HM Brad Earl HM 2005 Jimmy Klatter 1st Mick Galeski HM Adam Gartner HM/Fresh Mark Hansen Freshman Brad Peters Freshman 2004 Jimmy Klatter 1st Joel Del Toro HM Brad Earl Freshman 2003 Jimmy Klatter HM Jeff Diehl Freshman 2002 Jason Thompson 1st Jimmy Klatter HM 2001 Derrick Perry 2nd Julian Chang HM Ben Cox HM Jason Thompson HM 2000 Jason Thompson 2nd ...Unanimous All-Newcomer Ryan Waguespack HM Devin Rensing HM 1999 Tom Dillon 2nd 1998 Matt Bobo 1st Mike Czarnecki 1st Jeff Nix 2nd Ryan Waguespack HM Ben Cox Newcomer 1997 Maciej Kusmierz 1st Henry Ospina 2nd Matt Bobo 2nd Ryan Waguespack New. 1996 Brian Holcombe 2nd Maciej Kusmierz 2nd MVC All-Tournament Team 2008 Adam Gartner 2007 Brad Earl Mick Galeski 2006 Mark Hansen 1998 Kyle Mittendorf Ryan Waguespack 1997 Henry Ospina

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Academic All-MVC 2008 Adam Gartner 1st Mike Lewis 1st Brad Peters 1st 2007 Adam Gartner 1st Mark Hansen 1st Mike Lewis 1st Brad Peters HM Evan Philpott HM 2006 David Amdor 1st Adam Gartner 1st Mick Galeski HM Mark Hansen HM 2005 Jimmy Klatter 1st David Amdor HM 2004 David Amdor HM Jimmy Klatter HM 2001 Julian Chang 1st 1999 Tom Dillon 1st 1997 Dan MacKinnon 1st Gerry Prather 1st Maciej Kusmierz HM 1996 Josh Cournaya 2nd MVC Players of the Week 2008 Brad Peters Off. Alex Harrison Off. 2007 Mick Galeski (3x) Off. Chris Pearson Def. Brad Earl Off. Adam Gartner Def. 2006 Brad Earl Off. Mark Hansen Def. 2005 Jimmy Klatter Off. 2004 Mike Sims Def. 2002 Jason Thompson (2x) Off. 2001 Derrick Perry (2x) Off. 2000 Jason Thompson Off. 1998 Ryan Waguespack (2x) Def. Jeff Nix Off. Derrick Perry Off. All-Mid-Continent Conference 1995 Brian Holcombe 1st 1994 Brian Ritschel 1st Steve Van Dyke 1st Brad McTighe 1st Robert Tomic 2nd Brian Holcombe 2nd Greg McDonald 2nd 1993 Brad McTighe 1st ...Newcomer of the Year Paul Agyeman 2nd Matt Cook 2nd Jim Harkness 2nd 1992 Paul Agyeman 1st Jim Harkness 2nd Ricardo Tovar 2nd 1991 LeBaron Holliman 1st Tom Pardo 1st Paul Agyeman HM 1990 Jim Harkness 1st Terry Dixon 2nd Mario Mihalic 2nd 1989 David Kompare Garry Laidlaw Mario Mihalic Greg Muhr 1988 Garry Laidlaw MVP LeBaron Holliman Mark Noffert David Kompare Mike Barclay 1987 David Kompare Garry Laidlaw Mark Noffert Mark Simpson 1986 David Kompare 1985 Larry Pretto MVP Rick Lansing Oscar Molinari 1984 Albert Adade MVP Rick Lansing Neil Swindells Mid-Con Coach of the Year 1989 Cizo Mosina 1988 Cizo Mosina Co-COY 1987 Cizo Mosina 1984 Cizo Mosina

Academic All-Mid-Continent Matt Cook Jacob Gress Matt Cook Terry Dizon Toshinari Tatezawa Tom Waters Matt Cook Terry Dixon Toshinari Tatezawa Tom Waters Terry Dixon Tom Waters Terry Dixon David Kompare LeBaron Holliman David Kompare David Kompare NSCAA All-Midwest Region 2008 Brad Peters 2007 Mick Galeski Brad Peters Adam Gartner 2006 Mick Galeski Brad Peters 2005 Jimmy Klatter 2003 Abraham Martinez 2002 Jason Thompson 2001 Derrick Perry 2000 Jason Thompson 1998 Matt Bobo Jeff Nix 1994 Brad McTighe Steve Van Dyke 1993 Brad McTighe 1992 Paul Agyeman 1991 LeBaron Holliman 1989 David Kompare Garry Laidlaw Greg Muhr 1988 Garry Laidlaw 1987 David Kompare Mark Simpson John Glendinning Garry Laidlaw 1985 Neil Swindells Larry Pretto Rick Lansing Mark Simpson 1984 Albert Adade Rick Lansing Neil Swindells 1981 Albert Adade 1977 George Gorleku Miguel Blair 1974 Mike Alhassam 1972 Gerardo Pagnani Tony Durante Chuck Weisberg 1971 Gerardo Pagnani 1970 Gerardo Pagnani 1965 Nelson Archer 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st HM HM 1st 1st HM 1st 1st 2nd HM 1st 1st HM

ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America 2008 Adam Gartner 3rd 2007 Mike Lewis 3rd NSCAA All-American Scholar 2007 Adam Gartner 2nd ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District V 2008 Adam Gartner 1st Mike Lewis 1st 2007 Adam Gartner 1st Mike Lewis 1st 2006 Adam Gartner 1st NSCAA All-Region Scholar 2008 Adam Gartner 2nd Mike Lewis HM 2007 Adam Gartner 1st Mike Lewis 2nd 1998 Tom Dillon 3rd Senior CLASS Award Finalist 2008 Adam Gartner 1st

GERARDO PAGNANI 1969-72

ALBERT ADADE 1981-84

DAVID AMDOR 2003-06

MARK SIMPSON 1984-87


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PROGRAM RECORDS

GOALS

SEASON

1. Jason Thompson.... 21......2000 Damien Kelly........... 21......1981 3. Tony Durante........... 20......1969 Carmelo Rago......... 20......1969 5. Neil Swindells.......... 16......1983 6. Jason Thompson.... 14......2002 Derrick Perry........... 14......2001 Brad McTighe.......... 14......1993 Gordon Prempeh.... 14......1978 10. George Hough......... 13......1982 Damien Kelly........... 13......1980 Ross Ongaro........... 13......1979

CAREER

1. Damien Kelly........... 53....‘80-83 2. Tony Durante........... 48....‘69-72 3. Jason Thompson.... 40....‘00-02 4. Miguel Blair............. 38....‘75-78 5. Brad Peters............. 33....‘05-08 6. Garry Laidlaw.......... 32....‘86-89 Neil Swindells.......... 32....‘82-85 8. Jimmy Klatter.......... 31....‘02-05 David Kompare....... 31....‘86-89 10. Ross Ongaro........... 28....‘77-79

AGYEMAN PREMPEH 1980-83

ASSISTS

POINTS

SEASON

1. Carmelo Rago..........17.....1969 2. Mick Galeski.............12.....2007 Mark Noffert.............12.....1988 4. Leonard Mason........10.....1974 5. Adam Gartner..........9.......2007 Garry Laidlaw...........9.......1988 Agyeman Prempeh..9.......1983 Neil Swindells...........9.......1983 Silvano Corazza.......9.......1981 Gordon Prempeh.....9.......1979

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Carmelo Rago..........31...‘69-71 Neil Swindells...........25...‘82-85 Mick Galeski.............24...‘04-07 Garry Laidlaw...........24...‘86-89 Agyeman Prempeh..23...‘80-83 Damien Kelly............22...‘80-83 Mark Noffert.............20...‘85-88 Leonard Mason........20...‘73-76 Adam Gartner..........18...‘05-08 Brad Peters..............18...‘05-08 Paul Agyeman..........18...‘91-93

DAMIEN KELLY 1980-83

SEASON

1. Carmelo Rago..........57......1969 2. Jason Thompson.....49......2000 3. Damien Kelly............48......1981 4. Neil Swindells...........41......1983 5. *Tony Durante..........40......1969 6. Gordon Prempeh.....34......1978 7. Jason Thompson.....32......2002 Mark Noffert.............32......1988 9. Brad McTighe...........31......1993 George Hough.........31......1982

CAREER

1. Damien Kelly............128..‘80-83 2. *Tony Durante..........99....‘69-72 3. Jason Thompson.....96....‘00-02 4. Neil Swindells...........89....‘82-85 Miguel Blair..............89....‘75-78 6. Garry Laidlaw...........88....‘86-89 7. Brad Peters..............84....‘05-08 8. ^Carmelo Rago........81....‘69-71 9. David Kompare........78....‘86-89 10. Jimmy Klatter...........77....‘02-05 * Career assist total unknown ^ Career goal total unknown

TOP INDIVIDUAL MARKS

Most Goals in a Game: 6 - Jason Thompson........... 2002 Jason Thompson................ 2000 Most Assists in a Game: 5 - Gerardo Pagnani .......... 1970 Most Shutouts in a Season: 16 - Eric Hartman .............. 1981 *Most Saves in a Season: 119 - Ryan Eames.............. 2002 * Complete goalkeeper stats not kept prior to 1986.

TOP TEAM MARKS

Most Wins: 19....................................... 1981 Longest Unbeaten Streak: 15....................................... 1981 Longest Winning Streak: 11........................................ 1983 Most Goals: 76....................................... 1969 Fewest Goals Allowed: 8......................................‘81, ‘69 Most Shutouts: 17....................................... 1981 Win Streak To Begin Year: 11........................................ 1983 Longest Unbeaten Streak: 11........................................ 1983 Most Goals Scored in a Game: 15 - vs. DePaul (1987), 15 - vs. Wisc.-Platteville (1973)

The 1969 Panthers posted a 13-1-1 record and won the NAIA national championship. Future Panther head coach Schellas Hyndman was a defenseman on the ‘69 team. After building SMU into a national power, Hyndman was named the head coach of FC Dallas of the MLS in the spring of 2008.

The 1998 Panthers opened the season 7-0 en route to posting a 10-

game unbeaten streak. Head coach Tim McClements’ team finished the year 12-5-3, a program record for wins in the MVC era matched by the 2000 and 2007 squads. Seven different EIU players scored a game-winning goal in ‘98.

Jason Thompson 2000-02

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LEADERS IN THE VALLEY ERA Goals

SEASON 1. Jason Thompson.......21....... 2000 2. Jason Thompson.......14....... 2002 Derrick Perry..............14....... 2001 4. Jeff Nix.......................12....... 1998 5. Brad Peters................11....... 2007 Brad Peters................11....... 2006 7. Brad Peters................10....... 2008 Jimmy Klatter.............10....... 2004 9. Henry Ospina..............9........ 1996 10. Alex Harrison.............8........ 2008 Mick Galeski................8........ 2007 CAREER 1. Jason Thompson.......40..... ‘00-02 2. Brad Peters................33..... ‘05-08 3. Jimmy Klatter.............31..... ‘02-05 4. Derrick Perry..............26..... ‘98-01 5. Jeff Nix.......................17..... ‘96-98 6. Mick Galeski...............14..... ‘04-07 Henry Ospina.............14..... ‘96-97 8. Alex Harrison............13..... ‘07-Pr Brad Earl....................12..... ‘04-07 10. Casey McCormac.......8...... ‘97-00

Assists

SEASON 1. Mick Galeski...............12....... 2007 2. Adam Gartner.............9........ 2007 3. Alex Harrison.............7........ 2008 Mick Galeski................7........ 2006 Casey McCormac.......7........ 2000 Jake Spain..................7........ 2000 Jason Thompson........7........ 2000 8. Brad Peters.................6........ 2008 Adam Gartner.............6........ 2006 Brad Peters.................6........ 2007 Dustin Weiher.............6........ 2005 Jimmy Klatter..............6........ 2002 CAREER 1. Mick Galeski...............24..... ‘04-Pr 2. Adam Gartner...........18.....‘05-08 Brad Peters...............18.....‘05-08 4. Jason Thompson.......16..... ‘00-02 5. Jimmy Klatter.............15..... ‘02-05 6. Jake Spain.................13..... ‘97-00 7. Derrick Perry..............12..... ‘98-01 8. Alex Harrison............11..... ‘07-Pr 9. Casey McCormac......10..... ‘97-00 Mike Czarnecki..........10..... ‘97-98

Leaders

Game-Winning Goals

SEASON 1. Brad Peters.................6........ 2007 2. Brad Peters.................4........ 2006 Jason Thompson........4........ 2002 Jason Thompson........4........ 2000 5. Mick Galeski................3........ 2006 Jimmy Klatter..............3........ 2005 Jeff Nix........................3........ 1998 Henry Ospina..............3........ 1997 9. 9 Tied with...................2 CAREER 1. Brad Peters................12..... ‘05-08 2. Jason Thompson.......10..... ‘00-02 3. Jimmy Klatter..............9...... ‘02-05 4. Derrick Perry...............6...... ‘98-01 5. Mick Galeski................5...... ‘04-Pr Henry Ospina..............5...... ‘96-97 7. Alex Harrison.............4...... ‘07-Pr Brad Earl.....................4...... ‘04-07 Casey McCormac.......4...... ‘97-00 Jeff Nix........................4...... ‘96-98

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Minutes in Goal

SEASON 1. Ryan Eames............1771..... 2002 2. Casey DeCaluwe.....1750..... 2003 3. Ryan Waguespack...1731..... 2000 4. Ryan Waguespack...1717..... 1998 5. Mike Sims................1480..... 2004 CAREER 1. Ryan Waguespack...5534... ‘97-00 2. Mark Hansen............4829... ‘05-08 3. Ryan Eames............1771..... 2002 4. Casey DeCaluwe.....1750... ‘02-05 5. Mike Sims................1480... ‘03-04

Shutouts

SEASON 1. Mark Hansen...............5........ 2006 2. Mark Hansen...............4........ 2007 3. Ryan Waguespack.... 3.8....... 1998 4. Casey DeCaluwe........3........ 2003 Ryan Waguespack......3........ 2000 Ryan Waguespack......3........ 1999 Brian Ritschel..............3........ 1996 CAREER 1. Ryan Waguespack... 11.8.... ‘97-00 2. Mark Hansen..............11..... ‘05-08

Goals Against Avg.

CAREER (Minimum 1,000 minutes) 1. Mark Hansen............ 1.17.... ‘05-08 2. Ryan Waguespack... 1.37.... ‘97-00 3. Nick Alexander......... 1.50.... ‘05-07 4. Matt Evers................ 1.69.... ‘98-99 5. Brian Ritschel........... 1.71...... 1996

Points

SEASON 1. Jason Thompson.......49....... 2000 2. Jason Thompson.......32....... 2002 3. Derrick Perry..............31....... 2001 4. Brad Peters................28....... 2007 Mick Galeski...............28....... 2007 6. Brad Peters................26....... 2008 7. Brad Peters................25....... 2006 Jeff Nix.......................25....... 1998 9. Jimmy Klatter.............24....... 2004 10. Alex Harrison............23....... 2008 CAREER 1. Jason Thompson.......96..... ‘00-02 2. Brad Peters................84..... ‘05-08 3. Jimmy Klatter.............77..... ‘02-05 4. Derrick Perry..............64..... ‘98-01 5. Mick Galeksi...............52..... ‘04-07 6. Jeff Nix.......................40..... ‘96-98 7. Alex Harrison............37..... ‘07-Pr 8. Adam Gartner............34..... ‘05-08 9. Henry Ospina.............30..... ‘96-97 10. Brad Earl....................26..... ‘04-07 Casey McCormac......26..... ‘97-00

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Team Records

Wins: 12...................‘98, ‘00 & ‘07 Longest Winning Streak: 7..................................1998 Longest Unbeaten Streak: 10................................1998 Goals: 48................................2000 Fewest Goals Allowed: 18................................2006 Goal Differential: +17..............................2000 Assists: 47................................2007 Shots: 348..............................2000 Fewest Shots Allowed: 198..............................1998 Shot Differential: +110.............................2006 Corner Kicks: 126..............................2007 Fewest CKs Allowed: 67................................2005 Corner Kick Differential: +35..............................1998 Saves: 125..............................2002 Goals Against Average: 0.88.............................2006 Shutouts: 8..................................2007

Valley Era

Saves

Season 1. Ryan Eames.............119...... 2002 2. Ryan Waguespack....106...... 2000 3. Casey DeCaluwe.......92....... 2003 4. Ryan Waguespack.....79....... 1998 5. Brian Ritschel.............78....... 1996 Career 1. Ryan Waguespack....306.... ‘97-00 2. Mark Hansen.............183.... ‘05-08 3. Ryan Eames.............119...... 2002 4. Casey DeCaluwe.......92..... ‘02-05 5. Brian Ritschel.............78....... 1996

Save Percentage

SEASON (Minimum 500 minutes) 1. Ryan Waguespack... .857..... 1999 2. Ryan Waguespack... .814..... 1998 3. Mark Hansen............ .787..... 2007 4. Mark Hansen............ .780..... 2005 5. Ryan Waguespack... .774..... 2000 CAREER (Minimum 1,000 minutes) 1. Ryan Waguespack... .785... ‘97-00 2. Ryan Eames............ .773..... 2002 3. Matt Evers................ .747... ‘98-99 4. Mark Hansen............ .744... ‘05-08 5. Brian Ritschel........... .736..... 1996 EIU has been an affiliate member of the Missouri Valley Conference since 1996. All of these stats & records are therefore from that era. Select Panthers were members of the team during the conference transition from the Mid-Continent to the MVC. They’re career totals are only from years in which EIU played in the MVC.

MICK GALESKI 2005-08

JIMMY KLATTER 2002-05

DERRICK PERRY 1998-01

Top 10 Goalkeeper Seasons

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Minimum 500 minutes, sorted by GAA)

Player GP-GS GA Minutes GAA Year Paul Jennison....................7-5..............5............. 524...........0.86..........2006 Mark Hansen...................15-15...........13........... 1323..........0.88..........2006 Mark Hansen...................15-14...........13........... 1249..........0.94..........2007 Ryan Waguespack..........19-19...........18........... 1717..........0.94..........1998 Mark Hansen....................11-8.............9............. 845...........0.96..........2005 Ryan Waguespack...........10-9............10............ 815...........1.10..........1999 Nick Alexander..................7-6..............9............. 550...........1.47..........2005 Nick Alexander.................11-7............13............ 766...........1.53..........2007 Ryan Waguespack..........19-19...........31........... 1731..........1.61..........2000 Brian Ritschel..................16-16...........28........... 1475..........1.71..........1996


Asbury College Eagles

IPFW Mastodons

Location (Enrollment).......... Wilmore, Ky. (1,516) Conference........ Kentucky Intercollegiate (NAIA) Home Field.......................... Asbury Soccer Field Head Coach (Year).................. Josh Oakley (8th) 2008 Records................... 4-12-1 / 3-1 (2nd of 4) Starters Returning/Lost.....................Unavailable All-Time Series...............................EIU leads 2-0 Last Meeting........ EIU 2, AC 0 (2007 in Wilmore) Web site............................... Asbury.edu/athletics

Location (Enrollment)..Fort Wayne, Ind. (12,338) Conference.............................................. Summit Home Field.................... Hefner Soccer Complex Head Coach (Year)................. Mike Harper (2nd) 2008 Records..................3-11-1 / 1-3-2 (7th of 7) Starters Returning/Lost................................ 10/1 All-Time Series...............................EIU leads 6-1 Last Meeting....EIU 5, IPFW 2 (2008 in Fort Wayne) Web site................................. GoMastodons.com

Location (Enrollment).............. Peoria, Ill. (5,873) Conference...................................Missouri Valley Home Field....................................Shea Stadium Head Coach (Year)................ Jim DeRose (14th) 2008 Records.................... 6-12-2 / 1-4 (5th of 6) Starters Returning/Lost.................................. 8/3 All-Time Series....................Bradley leads 11-7-1 Last Meeting...........BU 3, EIU 1 (2008 in Peoria) Web site................................ BradleyBraves.com

Location (Enrollment)...Indianapolis, Ind. (30,300) Conference.............................................. Summit Home Field................................... Kuntz Stadium Head Coach (Year)............. Steve Franklin (15th) 2008 Records................... 8-9-2 / 3-3 (T-3rd of 7) Starters Returning/Lost.................................. 7/4 All-Time Series........................IUPUI leads 3-2-1 Last Meeting..........IUPUI 1, EIU 0 (2008 in Indy) Web site....................................... IUPUIjags.com

Location (Enrollment)...Indianapolis, Ind. (4,200) Conference.............................................. Horizon Home Fields..................Varsity Field/Butler Bowl Head Coach (Year)..................Kelly Findley (4th) 2008 Records................ 13-3-4 / 5-0-3 (2nd of 9) Starters Returning/Lost.....................Unavailable All-Time Series....................................... Tied 2-2 Last Meeting.......... Butler 1, EIU 0 (2008 in Indy) Web site....................................ButlerSports.com

Location (Enrollment)...Memphis, Tenn. (20,379) Conference................................Conference USA Home Field.............. Mike Rose Soccer Complex Head Coach (Year)................ Richie Grant (15th) 2008 Records.............. 6-11-2 / 3-4-1 (T-3rd of 9) Starters Returning/Lost................................ 10/1 All-Time Series............................... UM leads 1-0 Last Meeting...... UM 3, EIU 2 (2004 in Nashville) Web site.................................... GoTigersGo.com

Location (Enrollment)......... Conway, Ark. (9,401) Conference.............. Independent (MVC in 2010) Home Field........................................ Farris Field Head Coach (Year).............. Chad Flanders (7th) 2008 Records............................................ 3-14-1 Starters Returning/Lost.....................Unavailable All-Time Series...............................EIU leads 1-0 Last Meeting....EIU 5, UCA 0 (2008 in Charleston) Web site...................................... UCAsports.com

Location (Enrollment)........... Macon, Ga. (9,401) Conference....................................... Atlantic Sun Home Field.......................................... Bear Field Head Coach (Year).................. Brad Ruzzo (2nd) 2008 Records................2-11-5 / 1-5-3 (8th of 10) Starters Returning/Lost.....................Unavailable All-Time Series................................First Meeting Last Meeting...................................................N/A Web site................................... MercerBears.com

Location (Enrollment).........Omaha, Neb. (7,051) Conference...................................Missouri Valley Home Field.............................. Morrison Stadium Head Coach (Year).............. Bob Warming (14th) 2008 Records................. 16-2-2 / 4-0-1 (1st of 6) Starters Returning/Lost.................................. 9/2 All-Time Series.......................... CU leads 15-4-1 Last Meeting....CU 5, EIU 2 (2008 in Charleston) Web site................................... GoCreighton.com

Location (Enrollment)... Springfield, Mo. (21,688) Conference...................................Missouri Valley Home Field...................................... Plaster Field Head Coach (Year).................. Jon Leamy (18th) 2008 Records................. 7-10-5 / 3-1-1 (3rd of 6) Starters Returning/Lost.................................. 9/2 All-Time Series...........................MSU leads 15-4 Last Meeting.... MSU 4, EIU 1 (2008 in Evansville) Web site........................ MissouriStateBears.com

Location (Enrollment)... Des Moines, Iowa (5,617) Conference...................................Missouri Valley Home Field..................Crownie Soccer Complex Head Coach (Year).............. Sean Holmes (12th) 2008 Records................... 13-5-1 / 4-1 (2nd of 6) Starters Returning/Lost................................ 10/1 All-Time Series............................ DU leads 9-5-3 Last Meeting.... DU 3, EIU 1 (2008 in Des Moines) Web site........................... GoDrakeBulldogs.com

Location (Enrollment)...Stony Brook, N.Y. (23,997) Conference..................................... America East Home Field.................................LaValle Stadium Head Coach (Year)............. Cesar Markovic (6th) 2008 Records................. 3-12-4 / 1-4-3 (8th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost.....................Unavailable All-Time Series................................First Meeting Last Meeting...................................................N/A Web site.......................... GoSeawolves.cstv.com

Location (Enrollment)......Evansville, Ind. (2,539) Conference...................................Missouri Valley Home Field.............................Black Beauty Field Head Coach (Year).................. Mike Jacobs (4th) 2008 Records...................... 9-7-2 / 2-3 (4th of 6) Starters Returning/Lost.................................. 9/2 All-Time Series.......................... UE leads 12-9-4 Last Meeting....UE 3, EIU 1 (2008 in Charleston) Web site................................ GoPurpleAces.com

Location (Enrollment)..... Valparaiso, Ind. (3,980) Conference.............................................. Horizon Home Field....................................... Brown Field Head Coach (Year).................... Mike Avery (3rd) 2008 Records.............. 6-10-3 / 1-6-1 (T-8th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost.................................. 6/5 All-Time Series......................... EIU leads 10-2-1 Last Meeting.....VU 2, EIU 1 (2008 in Valparaiso) Web site................................. ValpoAthletics.com

Bradley Braves

Butler Bulldogs

Central Arkansas Bears

Creighton Bluejays

Drake Bulldogs

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Memphis Tigers

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Missouri State Bears

Stony Brook Seawolves

Valparaiso Crusaders


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1974: 10-5 • DII Fourth Place Finish W 2 0 at Aurora College L 0 3 Missouri-St. Louis W 2 1 at Lewis University L 1 5 at Quincy W 5 0 + vs Northern Illinois W 4 1 + vs Western Illinois W 3 1 Wisconsin-Parkside W 2 0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 2 1 at Indiana L 2 4 Blackburn College W 2 1 at MacMurray College W 2 0 % Illinois-Chicago W 2 1 % at Western Illinois L 2 3 % vs Seattle Pacific (4OT) L 3 5 % vs Federal City + Governor’s Cup game (Edwardsville, Ill.) % NCAA DII Tournament game 1975: 8-4-1 W 2 0 at Aurora College L 0 1 at Missouri-St. Louis W 5 3 Lewis University L 0 1 Quincy W 1 0 + vs SIU Edwardsville W 2 0 + vs Northern Illinois L 1 2 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 5 2 at Wisconsin-Parkside T 1 1 Indiana W 3 0 at Illinois-Chicago W 3 0 at Blackburn College W 2 1 MacMurray College (OT) L 2 3 % at UW-Green Bay (OT) + Governor’s Cup game (Macomb, Ill.) % NCAA DII Tournament game W T W L W T T W L W W W W

1976: 8-2-3 2 0 Columbia College 0 0 Missouri-St. Louis 7 1 at Lewis University 0 3 at Quincy 9 1 Wisconsin-Parkside 0 0 + vs Western Illinois 1 1 + at Northern Illinois 3 2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 1 at Indiana 1 0 Illinois-Chicago 2 0 Blackburn College 5 0 at MacMurray College 2 0 at Aurora College + Governor’s Cup game (DeKalb, Ill.)

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1977: 10-4-1 3 0 at Columbia College 1 0 at Missouri-St. Louis 4 1 Lewis University 0 1 Alabama A&M 3 2 Quincy 2 3 + SIU Edwardsville 0 2 + Northern Illinois 4 0 at Illinois-Springfield 0 1 Indiana 6 0 at Wisconsin-Parkside 1 0 at Blackburn College 4 1 MacMurray College 2 0 Aurora College 1 0 % Missouri-St. Louis 0 0 % UW-Green Bay (L, PKs) + Governor’s Cup game (Charleston, Ill.) % NCAA DII Tournament game

1978: 15-5 • DII Third Place Finish 5 0 Columbia College 0 2 at Saint Louis 2 1 Missouri-St. Louis 3 0 Cincinnati 5 0 ^ vs Alabama-Huntsville 2 4 ^ at Quincy 2 0 + vs Western Illinois 0 1 + at SIU Edwardsville 1 0 Illinois-Springfield 10 0 at Wright State 0 2 at Indiana 5 0 Oakland 2 0 at Evansville 5 0 Harris-Stowe 2 0 Blackburn College 3 1 at MacMurray College (OT) 2 1 % at Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 0 % Missouri-St. Louis 0 5 % vs Alabama A&M 2 1 % vs Southern Connecticut ^ Quincy Tournament + Governor’s Cup game (Edwardsville, Ill.) % NCAA DII Tournament game

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1979: 14-4-3 • DII National Runner-up 2 0 at Texas Christian 4 3 at North Texas 3 1 at Harris-Stowe 0 2 at Missouri-St. Louis 1 0 Avila College (forfeit) 2 0 Wheaton College 3 0 at Cincinnati 2 0 at Xavier 2 0 Illinois State 2 0 + vs Northern Illinois 0 1 + vs SIU Edwardsville 0 1 at Illinois-Springfield (2OT) 1 1 Indiana 6 0 Wright State 2 2 Evansville 0 0 Quincy 4 0 at Blackburn College 3 1 % Western Illinois 3 0 % at Missouri-St. Louis 1 0 % vs Southern Connecticut 0 2 % vs Alabama A&M + Governor’s Cup game (Macomb, Ill.) % NCAA DII Tournament game

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1980: 12-4 6 0 Harris-Stowe 1 2 Missouri-St. Louis 7 0 Lewis University 2 0 North Texas 3 1 MacMurray College 3 0 Illinois-Springfield 2 0 + vs Western Illinois 0 3 + vs SIU Edwardsville 3 2 at Evansville (OT) 0 1 at Indiana (forfeit) 1 0 at Avila (forfeit) 3 1 # vs Seattle Pacific 3 2 # at Wheaton College 2 1 at Illinois State 7 0 Blackburn College 1 3 % at Lock Haven + Governor’s Cup game (DeKalb, Ill.) # Wheaton College Tournament % NCAA DII Tournament game 1981: 19-2-2 • DI Third Place Finish 2 0 # vs SMU 1 0 # vs Rockhurst 6 0 # vs Colorado College 9 0 Illinois State 4 0 at MacMurray College 1 2 at Quincy 2 0 + Northern Illinois 1 1 + SIU Edwardsville (W, PKs) 2 0 Texas Christian 4 0 ^ vs Creighton 3 0 ^ at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1 0 at Southern Indiana 8 0 Roosevelt 0 0 Evansville 1 0 at Missouri-St. Louis 3 0 Oakland 3 0 at Illinois-Springfield 2 0 Rockford College 2 1 % at SIU Edwardsville (OT) 1 0 % Saint Louis 1 0 % San Diego State (forfeit) 1 2 % vs Connecticut 4 2 % vs Philadelphia Textile # Air Force Academy Tournament + Governor’s Cup game (Charleston, Ill.) ^ UW Milwaukee Tournament % NCAA DI Tournament game

1982: 12-3-5 1 0 Wisconsin-Whitewater 1 2 ^ at Oneonta State 2 1 ^ vs Air Force 1 0 Creighton 3 3 Quincy 1 1 # vs Evansville 0 1 # vs North Texas 12 1 # vs Texas Christian 1 0 + vs Western Illinois 1 1 + at SIU Edwardsville 1 1 at Oakland 4 0 MacMurray College 1 0 Saint Louis 0 0 SMU 1 0 Southeast Missouri 4 1 Southern Indiana 1 0 Illinois-Springfield 3 0 Northeast Louisiana 3 0 at Illinois State 0 1 % North Texas (OT) ^ Oneonta State (N.Y.) Tournament # Air Force Academy Tournament + Governor’s Cup game (Edwardsville, Ill.) % NCAA DI Tournament game

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1983: 16-2, 4-0 Mid-Con (1st of 5) 4 1 • Wisconsin-Green Bay 4 0 Houston Baptist 5 1 • Cleveland State 3 0 Illinois State 2 0 Wisconsin 4 1 at MacMurray College 2 0 at Quincy 6 0 Southeast Missouri 4 0 + vs Northern Illinois 4 0 • + at Western Illinois 3 1 at North Texas 1 3 at SMU 2 1 Southern Indiana 3 0 at Saint Louis 3 0 • Illinois-Chicago 7 2 at Illinois State 5 0 Northeast Louisiana 1 2 % Saint Louis • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Macomb, Ill.) % NCAA DI Tournament game 1984: 11-5-1, 2-2 Mid-Con (3rd of 5) 0 1 Illinois State 1 0 • at Wisconsin-Green Bay 0 1 • at Cleveland State 4 1 MacMurray College 6 1 Quincy 2 1 at Wisconsin 1 1 Air Force 1 3 + vs SIU Edwardsville 0 1 • + vs Western Illinois 3 0 Harris-Stowe 3 0 at Illinois-Springfield 2 0 Southern Indiana 1 0 Saint Louis 0 2 at Evansville 1 0 Hardin-Simmons 3 0 Creighton 2 0 • at Illinois-Chicago • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (DeKalb, Ill.) 1985: 11-5-1, 4-0 Mid-Con (1st of 5) 3 1 # vs Creighton 4 2 # vs Richmond 0 0 at MacMurray 2 0 • Wisconsin-Green Bay 4 2 at Quincy 4 1 at Illinois State 2 1 Evansville 3 0 + Northern Illinois 2 1 • + Western Illinois (OT) 4 0 Houston Baptist 1 0 • Cleveland State 2 1 at Southern Indiana 3 2 at Saint Louis 1 0 Northwestern 2 1 at North Texas 1 0 at SMU 4 0 • Illinois-Chicago # Bowling Green Tournament • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Charleston, Ill.)

1986: 6-8-2, 1-2-1 Mid-Con (4th of 5) W 2 1 at Cincinnati W 1 0 at Xavier T 1 1 • at Wisconsin-Green Bay L 0 1 Quincy W 5 0 MacMurray College W 2 1 at Illinois State L 1 3 + at SIU Edwardsville L 1 3 • at Cleveland State W 3 2 Southern Indiana (OT) L 0 3 Saint Louis L 0 4 at Evansville W 2 1 • at Illinois-Chicago T 0 0 at Northwestern L 0 2 SMU L 0 1 Wisconsin L 1 2 • at Western Illinois • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Edwardsville, Ill.) W T L W W L T W L W W T W W W W W L L

1987: 11-5-3, 4-0 Mid-Con (1st of 5) 15 0 DePaul 2 2 Xavier 2 4 at Wisconsin 1 0 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 3 1 • Cleveland State 0 1 at Illinois State 1 1 Valparaiso 2 1 at Quincy 1 2 + at Western Illinois 1 0 + vs Northern Illinois 8 0 at Southern Indiana 1 1 Northwestern 2 1 Wright State 3 2 • Western Illinois 1 0 Evansville 5 0 • Illinois-Chicago 2 1 • Wisconsin-Green Bay 0 1 at Saint Louis 1 2 at Miami (Ohio) • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Macomb, Ill.)

1988: 10-6-3, 4-0-1 Mid-Con (T-1st of 6) L 2 4 # at Air Force W 6 3 # vs Hardin Simmons W 4 0 Bradley W 3 1 ^ vs American University T 3 3 ^ at George Mason W 4 0 Miami (Ohio) W 1 0 Quincy T 2 2 • at Cleveland State T 1 1 + vs SIU Edwardsville W 3 1 + vs Western Illinois L 0 1 Texas Christian W 1 0 • at Western Illinois L 2 1 at Evansville W 3 1 • at Valparaiso W 3 0 • at Illinois-Chicago L 3 4 Saint Louis W 4 0 • at Wisconsin-Green Bay L 1 2 Illinois State L 2 3 Northwestern # Air Force Tournament ^ George Mason Tournament • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (DeKalb, Ill.)

1989: 10-2-3, 6-0 Mid-Con (1st of 7) 2 1 • UW-Green Bay (OT) 3 1 Air Force 2 1 Illinois-Springfield 1 1 at Quincy 3 1 Drake 0 0 + SIU Edwardsville 3 2 Evansville 3 1 • Cleveland State 5 0 • at Illinois-Chicago 0 2 at Illinois State 1 4 at Saint Louis 6 0 • Valparaiso 2 0 • Missouri State 1 0 • Western Illinois (OT) 2 2 at Northwestern • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Charleston, Ill.)

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1990: 5-11-2, 4-2-1 Mid-Con (4th of 8) L 0 5 at Evansville W 2 0 • Illinois-Chicago W 3 1 • Northern Illinois L 1 2 # vs California (OT) L 0 2 # vs Wisconsin W 3 0 + vs Western Illinois L 2 3 + at SIU Edwardsville L 0 3 at SMU L 0 3 at Texas Christian W 4 1 • Valparaiso T 2 2 • at Western Illinois L 1 2 Charleston, S.C. (OT) L 0 5 • at Cleveland State L 0 5 • at Akron L 0 3 Illinois State T 1 1 Costal Carolina L 1 3 Southwest Missouri W 3 1 • UW-Green Bay (OT) # Illinois State Tournament • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Edwardsville, Ill.) 1991: 9-9-1, 4-3-1 Mid-Con (4th of 9) W 9 0 • at Valparaiso W 4 0 • at Illinois-Chicago W 3 1 Quincy W 4 1 Loyola L 2 3 + vs UI-Springfield (OT) W 2 1 + at Western Illinois L 0 3 SMU W 4 1 Missouri State L 2 3 at Illinois State L 1 3 • Western Illinois W 1 0 Drake (OT) L 0 1 • at Wisconsin-Green Bay T 0 0 • at Northern Illinois L 0 3 • Akron W 6 2 • Cleveland State (OT) L 0 1 Saint Louis L 0 4 at Coastal Carolina L 1 2 at Charleston, S.C. W 3 2 • Wright State • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Macomb, Ill.)


EIU Soccer: Panther Pride 1992: 3-12-2, 3-3-1 Mid-Con (T-5th of 8) W 5 0 • Valparaiso L 0 2 + SIU Edwardsville L 1 2 + Illinois-Springfield L 1 2 at Saint Louis T 2 2 ^ vs North Texas L 1 5 ^ at SMU W 4 2 • Northern Illinois T 2 2 • at Western Illinois L 1 3 • at Wright State W 3 1 • at Cleveland State L 1 4 # at UNC Charlotte L 1 3 # vs Alabama A&M L 2 3 • Illinois-Chicago L 0 1 Cincinnati L 1 3 • Wisconsin-Green Bay L 1 2 at Quincy L 0 3 Southern Indiana • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Charleston, Ill.) ^ SMU Tournament # UNC Charlotte Tournament 1993: 9-9, 3-5 Mid-Con (6th of 9) 3 4 at Western Kentucky (OT) 3 0 Oral Roberts 2 1 at Southern Indiana 3 2 + vs Illinois-Springfield 2 0 + at SIU Edwardsville 3 0 UMKC 3 4 SMU (OT) 4 2 Bradley 2 4 at Cincinnati 2 1 • Western Illinois 0 2 • Wright State 0 1 • Cleveland State 10 1 • at Illinois-Chicago 0 2 • at Northern Illinois 3 0 • Valparaiso 0 1 • at Wisconsin-Green Bay 0 4 • at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 1 Quincy • Mid-Continent Conference game + Governor’s Cup game (Edwardsville, Ill.)

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1994: 12-3-1, 6-1-1 Mid-Con (1st in West) W 3 1 at Bradley W 1 0 • Quincy W 5 4 • Western Illinois W 3 1 at Illinois-Springfield W 3 0 Northeastern Illinois W 3 0 • at Western Illinois L 1 3 at SMU W 4 2 at Texas Christian W 2 1 Cincinnati (2OT) T 1 1 • at Quincy W 2 1 • UMKC L 1 2 • at UMKC W 4 1 Western Kentucky W 4 2 • at SIU Edwardsville W 1 0 • SIU Edwardsville L 0 3 ! vs Central Connecticut • Mid-Continent Conference game ! Mid-Con Tournament (Buffalo, N.Y.)

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1995: 5-12, 3-5 Mid-Con (4th in West) 0 2 at Marquette 1 6 at Butler 3 1 at Northeastern Illinois 1 4 Drake 0 5 Illinois-Springfield 2 1 Bradley 0 4 Missouri State 1 2 • at Western Illinois 1 2 • at Quincy 0 4 at Saint Louis 0 1 • UMKC 4 1 • at SIU Edwardsville 1 3 • Quincy 2 3 • Western Illinois 1 0 • UMKC 1 3 at Ohio State 2 1 • SIU Edwardsville • Mid-Continent Conference game 1996: 8-11, 1-4 MVC (5th of 6) 3 1 Northeastern Illinois (OT) 1 3 ^ vs Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 4 ^ at Wisconsin 2 0 at Western Illinois 2 1 Northwestern (OT) 1 0 SIU Edwardsville 0 4 at Northern Illinois 1 2 at Bowling Green (OT) 1 2 at Loyola 0 5 • at Evansville 0 1 Loyola 4 1 at Valparaiso 3 1 at Bradley 2 0 at UMKC 1 2 at Wisconsin-Green Bay 0 1 • at Missouri State 3 2 Marquette 0 2 • Drake 0 6 • Creighton ^ Wisconsin Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game 1997: 4-15, 3-4 MVC (5th of 8) 1 2 ^ vs George Mason (OT) 1 3 ^ vs Northwestern 1 2 at Loyola 0 1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 0 2 UMKC 2 3 at Dayton (OT) 1 2 Western Illinois 0 1 at Notre Dame 0 4 Bowling Green 6 0 at Northeastern Illinois 1 2 Valparaiso 0 1 • Evansville 4 0 • at Drake 1 2 • at Creighton 1 3 • Missouri State 2 1 • Bradley 1 0 • Western Kentucky 0 1 • Vanderbilt 0 2 ! vs Vanderbilt ^ Northern Illinois Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Springfield, Mo.)

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1998: 12-5-3, 2-4-1 MVC (6th of 8) 1 0 at Wisconsin-Green Bay (OT) 2 1 Dayton 4 1 ^ vs UMKC 4 1 ^ vs Eastern Michigan 2 1 Ohio State (OT) 4 0 at Western Michigan 2 0 Loyola 1 1 Northwestern 2 1 Belmont 2 1 at Western Illinois (OT) 1 2 • at Western Kentucky 0 3 • at Vanderbilt 1 0 Oral Roberts 0 1 • at Bradley 1 0 • at Evansville 0 1 • at Missouri State 3 1 • Drake 1 1 • Creighton 2 2 ! vs W. Kentucky (W, PKs) 0 1 ! vs Creighton ^ Bradley Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Springfield, Mo.) 1999: 6-11-1, 0-6-1 MVC (8th of 8) 2 1 at Northern Illinois 2 1 Western Michigan 1 2 IUPUI 0 2 Oral Roberts 1 0 ^ vs College of Charleston 0 3 ^ at SMU 1 2 at Loyola (OT) 1 0 at Northwestern 4 1 at Belmont 1 0 Western Illinois 0 1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 2 • Missouri State 2 2 • Evansville 0 3 • at Drake 0 3 • at Creighton 0 1 • Western Kentucky (OT) 0 1 • Vanderbilt (OT) 1 4 • at Bradley ^ SMU Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game 2000: 12-6-1, 6-5 MVC (T-5th of 12) 6 1 Northwestern 6 2 at DePaul 3 2 Western Michigan (OT) 3 1 at Western Illinois 3 2 ^ vs Drury (OT) 0 0 ^ at IUPUI 2 0 Loyola 3 1 • Texas Christian 1 2 • SMU 8 1 • at Belmont 5 1 • at Vanderbilt 3 2 • at Tulsa 0 2 • at Missouri State 0 3 • Drake 1 3 • Creighton 0 4 • at Western Kentucky 3 1 • at Evansville 1 0 • Bradley 0 3 ! at Bradley ^ IUPUI Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Peoria, Ill.)


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2001: 6-10, 2-7 MVC (9th of 10) 1 4 at Saint Louis 3 1 at Loyola 3 2 ^ vs Wisconsin-Green Bay (OT) 0 3 ^ at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 8 2 IPFW 5 2 Western Illinois 2 7 at Illinois-Chicago 1 2 • at Creighton 0 4 • at Drake 2 3 • at Bradley (OT) 1 2 • Evansville 1 2 • Missouri State 0 4 • at SMU 0 1 • at Tulsa (OT) 3 2 • Vanderbilt (OT) 2 1 • Western Kentucky (OT) ^ Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game 2002: 8-11-1, 3-5-1 MVC (7th of 10) 3 1 at Northern Illinois 1 2 ^ vs Appalachian State 1 3 ^ vs Loyola Marymount 1 0 at Western Illinois 0 1 at Wisconsin 2 3 Drury 2 1 at IPFW 8 0 Illinois-Chicago 0 4 at Saint Louis 5 1 • at Western Kentucky 4 1 • at Vanderbilt 0 4 • SMU 1 2 • Tulsa 0 0 • Bradley 1 4 • Creighton 0 1 • Drake 3 1 • at Evansville 1 2 • at Missouri State 3 2 Illinois-Springfield 0 6 ! at Creighton ^ Vanderbilt Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) 2003: 5-12-2, 0-8-1 MVC (10th of 10) 4 1 ^ vs Rhode Island 0 4 ^ vs Oral Roberts 1 2 Western Illinois 2 1 Northern Illinois 2 2 # at Northwestern 1 0 # vs Lafayette 1 4 Wright State 3 0 at Drury 3 1 at Butler 0 2 • Western Kentucky 0 0 • Vanderbilt 0 7 • at Tulsa 0 1 • at SMU 1 4 • Missouri State 0 1 • Evansville 1 4 • at Drake 0 4 • at Creighton 1 3 • at Bradley 1 4 IPFW ^ Bradley Tournament # Northwestern Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game

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2004: 5-12-1, 1-7-1 MVC (T-9th of 10) 1 0 Butler 2 0 at Northern Illinois 0 2 at IUPUI 2 3 ^ vs Memphis (OT) 1 2 ^ vs Northwestern 1 3 at Western Illinois 2 3 at Dayton 2 1 at IPFW 1 2 • Bradley 2 1 Drury (OT) 1 2 • Drake 0 2 • Creighton 0 3 • at Missouri State 2 3 • at Evansville (OT) 2 1 • at Vanderbilt 1 1 • at Western Kentucky 0 1 • Tusla (OT) 1 4 • SMU ^ Vanderbilt Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game 2005: 5-9-3, 2-4-1 MVC (6th of 8) 1 3 ^ at Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 1 ^ vs Bowling Green 1 3 # vs Cal Poly 4 1 # vs Longwood 1 2 Western Illinois 2 0 Valparaiso 0 1 at Illinois-Chicago 4 0 Olivet Nazarene 0 1 Northern Illinois 0 5 • at Creighton 2 1 • at Western Kentucky 1 1 • Drake 0 1 • Bradley 0 1 • Missouri State 0 1 • Vanderbilt 5 1 • at Evansville 0 0 ! vs Vanderbilt (L, PKs) ^ Wisconsin-Green Bay Tournament # Western Kentucky Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Peoria, Ill.) 2006: 11-7-2, 1-3-2 MVC (6th of 7) 0 1 ^ vs Detroit 2 1 ^ at Bowling Green 2 0 Asbury College 1 0 UMKC 3 1 at IPFW 0 2 Loyola 1 0 at Western Illinois (OT) 4 2 # vs Georgia State 3 0 # at Wisconsin-Green Bay 2 0 at IUPUI 0 2 • at Missouri State 1 1 • Western Kentucky 3 1 • Evansville 0 1 • at Bradley 0 1 • Creighton 1 2 at Wright State 1 0 at Valparaiso 0 0 • at Drake 3 1 ! vs Missouri State 0 2 ! vs Creighton ^ Bowling Green Tournament # Wisconsin-Green Bay Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Peoria, Ill.)

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2007: 12-6-3, 2-3-1 MVC (5th of 7) 2 1 ^ vs Belmont (OT) 2 0 ^ vs Lipscomb 1 0 # vs Oral Roberts (OT) 1 0 # at UMKC 2 2 at Loyola 0 2 at Dayton 2 0 IUPUI 1 0 at Kentucky (OT) 0 3 Western Illinois 2 0 IPFW 2 2 at UAB 4 0 Valparaiso 2 2 • Drake 1 2 • at Creighton (OT) 4 2 • Missouri State 1 4 • at Evansville 3 1 • at Western Kentucky 1 2 • Bradley 2 1 at Asbury College (OT) 1 0 ! vs Drake 0 2 ! vs Bradley ^ Bradley Tournament # UMKC Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) 2008: 5-11-3, 0-5 MVC (6th of 6) 1 2 at Valparaiso 3 2 UMKC 2 0 at Western Michigan 5 2 at IPFW 0 3 ^ vs Northwestern 1 1 ^ at Northern Illinois 5 0 Central Arkansas 4 1 at Wright State 0 1 at IUPUI 0 3 at Ohio State 2 2 at Western Illinois 0 0 Oral Roberts 1 3 • at Bradley 1 3 • at Drake 0 1 at Butler 1 3 • Evansville 0 1 • at Missouri State (OT) 3 5 • Creighton 1 4 ! vs Missouri State ^ Northern Illinois Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference game ! MVC Tournament (Evansville, Ind.)


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1996 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS H. Ospina 18 -18 B. Holcombe 19 -19 M. Valintis 19 -18 D. LaFrance 16 -12 B. Kelly 15 -6 G. Shear 16 -0 J. Nix 18 -10 J. Cournaya 17 -17 G. Prather 16 -14 E. Willson 17 -14 R. Shapla 9 -0 M. Kusmierz 19 -19 G. McDonald 19 -19 J. Spallina 7 -0 T. Balch 15 -5 T. Dillon 14 -9 J. Ryland 10 -5 B. Hecht 4 -3 D. MacKinnon 2 -2 J. Gasbarra 5 -3 T. Stranz 2 -0 Team (Own Goals) Eastern 19 Opponents 19

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9/1 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/17 9/21 9/29 10/2 10/6 10/13 10/16 10/18 10/20 10/25 11/1 11/3 11/8 11/10

Shots 54 35 7 13 3 5 11 14 6 13 2 1 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 172 288

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A 0 4 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 28

Pts GWG 18 2 10 0 7 1 6 1 4 1 4 1 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 60 8 102 11

8-11 Overall • 1-4 Missouri Valley 4-3 Home • 4-7 Away • 0-1 Neutral GP -GS Min 16 -16 1475 4 -3 325 19 1800 19 1800

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

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Player B. Ritschel B. Hecht Eastern Opponents

Northeastern Illinois (136) LAKESIDE FIELD ^ vs Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UA) Madison, Wis. ^ at Wisconsin (858) Madison, Wis. at Western Illinois (105) Macomb, Ill. NORTHWESTERN (142) LAKESIDE FIELD SIU EDWARDSVILLE (112) LAKESIDE FIELD at Northern Illinois (243) DeKalb, Ill. at Bowling Green (500) Bowling Green, Ohio at Loyola (UA) Chicago, Ill. • at Evansville (819) Evansville, Ind. LOYOLA (139) LAKESIDE FIELD at Valparaiso (108) Valparaiso, Ind. • at Bradley (200) Peoria, Ill. at UMKC (289) Kansas City, Mo. at Wisconsin-Green Bay (UA) Green Bay, Wis. • at Missouri State (213) Springfield, Mo. MARQUETTE (142) LAKESIDE FIELD • DRAKE (129) LAKESIDE FIELD • CREIGHTON (144) LAKESIDE FIELD

GAA 1.71 2.77 1.90 1.20

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EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Ospina, KELLY, Ospina Holcombe OSPINA, Kelly Ospina, LaFRANCE OWN GOAL Nix Ospina

Holcombe, PRATHER, Valintis, Shear LaFrance, VALINTIS, Ospina OSPINA, Holcombe Valintis Ospina, Ospina, SHEAR

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Wisconsin Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference match


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Player GP -GS H. Ospina 17 -16 J. Nix 17 -12 D. MacKinnon 17 -17 M. Czarnecki 19 -18 K. Mittendorf 19 -19 S. Anderson 17 -17 E. Willson 19 -18 D. Shaughnessy 3 -1 R. Dempsey 14 -1 M. Kusmierz 19 -19 D. LaFrance 19 -7 M. Bobo 17 -17 B. Holcombe 17 -9 G. Prather 16 -11 J. Spain 12 -0 C. McCormac 6 -0 G. Shear 11 -0 T. Balch 6 -0 M. Lucas 7 -0 T. Dillon 16- 8 J. Appell 4 -0 K. Kell 3 -0 Eastern 19 Opponents 19

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Shots 45 30 12 21 10 19 12 1 7 10 16 18 20 1 12 2 2 2 4 9 0 0 253 215

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8/30 9/1 9/5 9/7 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/23 9/28 10/1 10/5 10/9 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/9 11/13

A 2 4 1 5 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 31

Pts GWG 12 3 12 1 9 0 7 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 4 95 14

^ vs #11 George Mason (109) ^ vs Northwestern (376) at Loyola (307) WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (168) UMKC (135) at Dayton (158) WESTERN ILLINOIS (190) at Notre Dame (225) #18 BOWLING GREEN (108) at Northeastern Illinois (104) VALPARAISO (145) • EVANSVILLE (207) • DRAKE (100) • at #12 Creighton (726) • MISSOURI STATE (105) • BRADLEY (154) • WESTERN KENTUCKY (105) • VANDERBILT (108) + vs Vanderbilt (100)

4-15 Overall • 3-4 Missouri Valley 2-8 Home • 2-4 Away • 0-3 Neutral

Player R. Waguespack D. Sheehan J. Rizzo Eastern Opponents

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

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DeKalb, Ill. DeKalb, Ill. Chicago, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Dayton, Ohio LAKESIDE FIELD South Bend, Ind. LAKESIDE FIELD Chicago, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Des Moines, Iowa Omaha, Neb. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Springfield, Mo.

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GP -GS Min 15 -15 1271 5 -2 269 4 -2 200 19 1740 19 1740

GAA 1.77 1.67 0.90 1.66 1.14

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EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

LaFrance Kusmierz Holcombe

Mittendorf, MacKinnon Nix NIX, Ospina, Nix, MacKinnon, Shaughnessy, Dempsey MacKinnon OSPINA, Bobo, Anderson, MacKinnon Ospina Nix Czarnecki, OSPINA OSPINA

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Northern Illinois Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 5 seed)

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1998 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS J. Nix 19 -19 D. Perry 19 -18 M. Czarnecki 18 -18 M. Goudy 11 -0 T. Balch 20 -20 J. Spain 18 -2 C. McCormac 13 -2 B. Cox 19 -18 K. Mittendorf 20 -20 D. Shaughnessy 18 -18 R. Dempsey 20 -3 T. Dillon 17 -17 T. Johnson 18 -0 T. Fredin 20 -4 S. Anderson 19 -19 M. Bobo 20 -20 M. Ball 7 -0 A. Nijoka 15 -2 D. Cuculich 1 -0 Eastern 20 Opponents 20

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9/1 9/5 9/12 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/18 10/24 10/28 11/1 11/6 11/8 11/12 11/13

Shots 55 36 28 8 13 14 4 20 17 2 12 7 10 25 10 10 1 5 0 277 198

G 12 4 2 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 33 19

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A 1 4 5 0 4 4 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 28 15

at Wisconsin-Green Bay (170) DAYTON (106) ^ vs UMKC (150) ^ vs Eastern Michigan (110) OHIO STATE (159) at Western Michigan (133) LOYOLA (217) NORTHWESTERN (183) BELMONT (103) at Western Illinois (105) • at Western Kentucky (115) • at Vanderbilt (115) ORAL ROBERTS (106) • at Bradley (627) • at Evansville (100) • at Missouri State (550) • DRAKE (107) • #7 CREIGHTON (154) + vs Western Kentucky (650) + vs #13 Creighton (800)

Pts GWG 25 3 12 2 9 2 6 1 6 0 6 0 5 2 5 0 4 1 3 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 12 53 5

12-5-3 Overall • 2-4-1 Missouri Valley 6-0-2 Home • 4-4 Away • 2-1-1 Neutral

Player R. Waguespack M. Evers T. Breitzman Eastern Opponents

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

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Site

Green Bay, Wis. LAKESIDE FIELD Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD Kalamazoo, Mich. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Macomb, Ill. Bowling Green, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. LAKESIDE FIELD Peoria, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Springfield, Mo. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Springfield, Mo. Springfield, Mo.

– GOALKEEPING –

GP -GS Min 19 -19 1717 6 -1 197 1 -0 5 20 1919 20 1919

GAA 0.94 0.46 0.00 0.89 1.55

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 18 9 Total 123 88 Total 317 328

Result

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

GA 18 1 0 19 33

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

2nd 11 9

OT 3 1

Sv 79 9 0 88 112

OT2 1 0

PCT SHO .814 3.8 .900 1.2 –– 0 .822 5 .772 4

Total 33 19

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

CZARNECKI Perry, PERRY Nix, PERRY, Dillon, Johnson Nix, MITTENDORF, Nix, Balch Spain, SHAUGHNESSY NIX, Nix, Goudy, Nix NIX, Nix Nix Perry, McCORMAC Mittendorf, NIX Nix GOUDY CZARNECKI Cox, McCORMAC, Fredin Dempsey EIU Wins on PKs, 4-1 Regulation Goals: Goudy, Nix

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Bradley’s Holiday Inn City Centre Classic • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 6 seed)


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Player GP -GS D. Perry 18 -12 Z. Moore 18 -12 M. Murphy 17 -17 T. Fredin 18 -4 J. Spain 17 -13 S. Anderson 18 -18 T. Dillon 15 -15 B. Cox 18 -15 A. Nijoka 12 -3 B. York 11 -1 L. Juett 16 -5 C. McCormac 15 -4 A. Aguirre 18 -13 R. Hunt 14 -7 B. Carroll 10 -3 T. Balch 7 -2 D. Rensing 18 -18 B. Ewan 18 -18 D. Cuculich 2 -0 Eastern 18 Opponents 18

Date

Shots 29 18 38 15 16 12 8 7 5 3 8 8 13 7 6 3 1 0 0 197 265

G 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 29

Opponent (Attendance)

9/3 9/5 9/11 9/12 9/17 9/18 9/24 9/26 9/28 10/1 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31 11/5

A 4 0 4 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 28

Pts GWG 12 0 8 2 8 0 4 2 3 0 3 1 3 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 6 86 11

at Northern Illinois (196) WESTERN MICHIGAN (107) % IUPUI (211) % ORAL ROBERTS (154) ^ vs College of Charleston (250) ^ at #7 SMU (375) at Loyola (100) at Northwestern (286) at Belmont (127) WESTERN ILLINOIS (139) WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (150) • #10 MISSOURI STATE (247) • EVANSVILLE (108) • at Drake (146) • at #14 Creighton (806) • WESTERN KENTUCKY (105) • VANDERBILT (107) • at Bradley (425)

6-11-1 Overall • 0-6-1 Missouri Valley 2-6-1 Home • 3-5 Away • 1-0 Neutral

Player R. Waguespack M. Evers Team Eastern Opponents

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

DeKalb, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Chicago, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Nashville, Tenn. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Des Moines, Iowa Omaha, Neb. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Peoria, Ill.

– GOALKEEPING –

GP -GS Min 10 -9 815 10 -9 865 18 1680 18 1680

GAA 1.10 1.98 1.55 0.91

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 7 11 1st 94 119 1st 53 38 1st 33 48 1st 161 127

Result W W L L W L L W W W L L T L L L L L

GA 10 19 29 17

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

2nd 10 15 2nd 98 135 2nd 56 40 2nd 35 61 2nd 138 119

OT 0 3 OT 0 9 OT 3 0 OT 1 2 OT 1 3

OT2 0 0 OT2 5 2 OT2 1 4 OT2 1 1 OT2 1 2

PCT SHO .857 3 .725 0 .795 .828

3 7

Total 17 29 Total 197 265 Total 113 82 Total 70 112 Total 301 251

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Murphy, MOORE Perry, FREDIN Spain NIJOKA

Perry FREDIN Murphy, ANDERSON, Moore, York MOORE Moore Perry, Perry

Cox

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> % EIU Pizza Hut Classic <> ^ SMU Nike Classic • Missouri Valley Conference match

Sv 60 50 3 113 82


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Player GP -GS J. Thompson 19 -19 C. McCormac 19 -17 E. Diaz 19 -4 J. Spain 19 -18 D. Perry 18 -0 D. Rensing 18 -18 A. Aguirre 18 -18 A. Martinez 19 -6 B. York 17 -0 M. Murphy 10 -6 T. Fredin 19 -1 P. Thomas 18 -1 K. Schart 19 -4 S. Anderson 19 -19 M. Reddington 18 -0 J. Chang 19 -8 B. Cox 19 -19 R. Hunt 17 -13 B. Ewan 19 -19 C. Dumonceaux 1 -0 Eastern 19 Opponents 19

Date

Shots 77 19 26 36 24 20 18 16 14 16 10 8 2 10 8 21 13 6 4 0 348 261

G 21 6 4 3 4 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 31

Opponent (Attendance)

A 7 7 5 7 1 3 3 3 0 2 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 45 28

Pts GWG 49 4 19 2 13 1 13 1 9 2 7 0 7 0 5 1 4 1 4 0 3 0 3 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 141 12 90 6

12-6-1 Overall • 6-5 Missouri Valley 5-3 Home • 6-3-1 Away • 1-0 Neutral

Player R. Waguespack T. Breitzman Eastern Opponents

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

GP -GS Min 19 -19 1731 2 -0 23 19 1754 19 1754

GA 31 0 31 48

GAA 1.61 0.00 1.59 2.46

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 16 9 1st 147 107 1st 38 57 1st 58 42 1st 171 176

Result

2nd 30 22 2nd 190 147 2nd 66 66 2nd 49 49 2nd 170 144

OT 2 0 OT 7 4 OT 2 2 OT 2 1 OT 7 5

Sv 106 1 107 126

OT2 0 0 OT2 4 3 OT2 1 1 OT2 0 0 OT2 2 2

PCT SHO .774 3 1.000 0 .775 3 .724 5

Total 48 31 Total 348 261 Total 107 126 Total 109 92 Total 350 327

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

9/1 NORTHWESTERN (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 6-1 Murphy, McCORMAC, McCormac, York, Thompson, Diaz 9/3 at DePaul (100) Chicago, Ill. W 6-2 Thompson, SPAIN, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Spain 9/9 WESTERN MICHIGAN (100) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-2 OT Diaz, Rensing, DIAZ 9/12 at Western Illinois (100) Macomb, Ill. W 3-1 Thompson, PERRY, Fredin 9/16 ^ vs Drury (111) Indianapolis, Ind. W 3-2 OT Aguirre, McCormac, PERRY 9/17 ^ at IUPUI (100) Indianapolis, Ind. T 0-0 9/26 LOYOLA (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 McCORMAC, Perry 9/29 • TEXAS CHRISTIAN (110) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 McCormac, MARTINEZ, Thompson 10/1 • SMU (200) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 Thompson 10/6 • at Belmont (107) Nashville, Tenn. W 8-1 Thompson, THOMPSON, McCormac, Thompson, Spain, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson 10/8 • at Vanderbilt (150) Nashville, Tenn. W 5-1 Thompson, THOMPSON, Thompson, Thompson, Perry 10/13 • at Tulsa (210) Tulsa, Okla. W 3-2 Rensing, Thompson, YORK 10/15 • at Missouri State (250) Springfield, Mo. L 0-2 10/20 • DRAKE (105) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-3 10/22 • CREIGHTON (120) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-3 Aguirre 10/27 • at Western Kentucky (274) Bowling Green, Ky. L 0-4 10/29 • at Evansville (278) Evansville, Ind. W 3-1 Diaz, THOMAS, Thompson 11/2 • BRADLEY (125) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 THOMPSON 11/5 + at Bradley (656) Peoria, Ill. L 0-3 HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ IUPUI’s Pops Drayer Classic • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 5 seed)


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2001 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS D. Perry 16 -16 J. Chang 16 -15 J. Thompson 15 -15 A. Aguirre 13 -13 T. Fredlin 15 -12 L. Burke 16 -12 D. Flahive 7 -0 C. Dumonceaux 15 -3 K. Schart 15 -7 B. Cox 15 -15 R. Luckett 15 -10 K. Krupa 16 -9 A. Martinez 10 -6 P. Thomas 14 -1 B. Ewan 15 -15 R. Hunt 11 -11 C. Rasul 11 -0 M. Reddington 6 -0 N. Doherty 9 -0 T. Hutti 5 -0 T. Atawo 2 -0 Z. Moore 3 -0 Eastern 16 Opponents 16

Date

Shots 34 30 47 19 13 14 3 3 2 16 4 13 10 6 3 2 5 2 1 1 1 0 229 233

G 14 6 5 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 42

Opponent (Attendance)

A 3 5 5 2 5 2 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 39

Pts GWG 31 2 17 0 15 2 8 1 5 0 4 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 96 6 123 10

6-10 Overall • 2-7 Missouri Valley 4-2 Home • 1-8 Away • 1-0 Neutral GP -GS Min 12 -12 1107 4 -4 369 16 1476 16 1476

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player J. Billingsley J. Bennett Team Eastern Opponents

GA 32 10 42 32

GAA 2.60 2.44 2.56 1.95

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 17 19 1st 123 100 1st 34 52 1st 44 47 1st 152 140

Result

9/1 at Saint Louis (2,079) St. Louis, Mo. L 1-4 9/4 at Loyola (420) Chicago, Ill. W 3-1 9/8 ^ vs Wisconsin-Green Bay (125) Milwaukee, Wis. W 3-2 OT 9/9 ^ at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (125) Milwaukee, Wis. L 0-3 9/23 IPFW (188) LAKESIDE FIELD W 8-2 9/26 WESTERN ILLINOIS (137) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-2 9/30 at Illinois-Chicago (189) Chicago, Ill. L 2-7 10/5 • at Creighton (1,017) Omaha, Neb. L 1-2 10/7 • at Drake (197) Des Moines, Iowa L 0-4 10/12 • at Bradley (720) Peoria, Ill. L 2-3 OT 10/19 • EVANSVILLE (187) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 10/21 • MISSOURI STATE (251) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 10/26 • at SMU (2,310) Dallas, Texas L 0-4 10/28 • at Tulsa (205) Tulsa, Okla. L 0-1 OT 11/2 • VANDERBILT (151) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-2 OT 11/4 • WESTERN KENTUCKY (209) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 OT

2nd 12 21 2nd 99 122 2nd 38 44 2nd 38 46 2nd 144 145

OT 2 2 OT 6 11 OT 4 2 OT 0 3 OT 10 6

Sv 50 24 2 76 98

OT2 1 0 OT2 1 0 OT2 0 0 OT2 0 0 OT2 0 0

PCT SHO .610 0 .706 0 .644 0 .754 4

Total 32 42 Total 229 233 Total 76 98 Total 82 96 Total 306 291

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Aguirre Thompson, THOMPSON, Flahive Perry, Aguirre, THOMPSON

Chang, Perry, AGUIRRE, Perry, Perry, Chang, Perry, Schart Chang, Chang, PERRY, Perry, Perry Perry, Chang Burke Perry, Thompson Perry Perry Perry, Chang, DUMONCEAUX Thompson, PERRY

Note: Eastern was scheduled to play in a tournament hosted by IUPUI in Indianapolis the weekend of Sept. 15-16, but it was canceled in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Coca-Cola Panther Invitational • Missouri Valley Conference match


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2002 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS J. Thompson 19 -19 J. Klatter 19 -15 B. Carroll 18 -18 A. Aguirre 20 -15 C. Dumonceaux 20 -18 C. Rasul 19 -2 N. Doherty 14 -1 A. Martinez 19 -3 P. Thomas 17 -2 K. Krupa 20 -20 D. Weiher 18 -15 L. Burke 20 -8 T. Hutti 19 -8 R. Luckett 16 -14 B. York 13 -12 D. Flahive 6 -2 R. Eames 20 -20 B. Ewan 19 -19 R. Hunt 10 -8 M. Murphy 5 -0 D. Brown 10 -1 Eastern 20 Opponents 20

Date

Shots 66 30 14 21 16 10 8 15 7 10 13 7 5 1 6 1 0 4 3 2 0 239 313

G 14 7 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 39

Opponent (Attendance)

A 4 6 0 4 1 1 1 3 1 0 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 32 37

Pts GWG 32 4 20 2 8 0 8 2 5 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104 8 115 11

8-11-1 Overall • 3-5-1 Missouri Valley 2-5-1 Home • 6-4 Away • 0-2 Neutral GP -GS Min 20 -20 1771 2 -0 49 20 1820 20 1820

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player R. Eames J. Billingsley Team Eastern Opponents

GA 35 4 39 36

GAA 1.78 7.35 1.93 1.78

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 16 16 1st 112 141 1st 63 39 1st 49 60 1st 163 146

Result

2nd 20 23 2nd 122 166 2nd 60 50 2nd 59 56 2nd 171 152

OT 0 0 OT 1 4 OT 2 0 OT 1 0 OT 2 1

Sv 119 2 4 125 90

OT2 0 0 OT2 4 2 OT2 0 1 OT2 0 0 OT2 1 3

PCT SHO .773 2.8 .333 0.2 .762 3 .714 6

Total 36 39 Total 239 313 Total 125 90 Total 109 116 Total 337 302

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

9/8 at Northern Illinois (140) DeKalb, Ill. W 3-1 Klatter, KLATTER, Thompson 9/13 ^ vs Appalachian State (205) Nashville, Tenn. L 1-2 Rasul 9/15 ^ vs #20 Loyola Marymount (100) Nashville, Tenn. L 1-3 Thompson 9/17 at Western Illinois (113) Macomb, Ill. W 1-0 THOMPSON 9/20 at Wisconsin (725) Madison, Wis. L 0-1 9/22 DRURY (100) LAKESIDE FIELD L 2-3 Rasul, Thompson 9/27 at IPFW (63) Fort Wayne, Ind. W 2-1 Klatter, KLATTER 9/29 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (110) LAKESIDE FIELD W 8-0 THOMPSON, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thomas, Klatter 10/2 at Saint Louis (1,036) St. Louis, Mo. L 0-4 10/4 • at Western Kentucky (112) Bowling Green, Ky. W 5-1 Klatter, THOMPSON, Thompson, Martinez, Carroll 10/6 • at Vanderbilt (200) Nashville, Tenn. W 4-1 Klatter, THOMPSON, Dumonceaux, Thompson 10/11 • #5 SMU (115) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-4 10/13 • TULSA (130) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 Dumonceaux 10/18 • #10 BRADLEY (105) LAKESIDE FIELD T 0-0 10/25 • #12 CREIGHTON (114) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-4 Krupa 10/27 • DRAKE (100) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 11/1 • at Evansville (802) Evansville, Ind. W 3-1 Carroll, AGUIRRE, Carroll 11/3 • at Missouri State (201) Springfield, Mo. L 1-2 Carroll 11/5 ILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-2 Doherty, Doherty, AGUIRRE 11/9 + at #12 Creighton (425) Omaha, Neb. L 0-6 HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Puma/Vanderbilt Tournament • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 7 seed)


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2003 STATISTICS & RESULTS

5-12-2 Overall • 0-8-1 Missouri Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS Shots SOG J. Klatter 18 -17 57 28 A. Martinez 17 -14 37 17 K. Krupa 19 -16 21 10 J. Stewardson 19 -13 20 12 C. Dumonceaux 19 -19 16 7 J. Diehl 16 -11 8 2 M. Galanes 19 -5 8 2 J. Ongaro 16 -6 19 8 P. Clemmer 18 -4 13 5 M. Rizzo 7 -1 8 4 V. Kaushal 14 -8 10 4 L. Burke 18 -15 6 1 M. Feulner 8 -0 5 1 N. Lange 15 -0 2 0 M. Comiskey 15 -12 1 0 D. Weiher 19 -17 16 6 D. Brown 14 -3 10 5 P. Thomas 14 -2 5 2 D. Amdor 18 -10 5 2 R. Luckett 18 -17 2 0 Eastern 18 269 116 Opponents 18 339 136

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

8/29 8/30 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/24 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/31 11/2

G A Pts GWG 1-6-1 Home • 2-5-1 Away • 2-1 Neutral 7 2 16 2 – GOALKEEPING – 5 2 12 0 Player GP -GS Min GA GAA Sv PCT SHO 1 4 6 0 C. DeCaluwe 19 -19 1750 45 2.31 92 .672 3 3 2 1 5 0 Team 19 1750 45 2.31 95 .679 3 1 2 4 1 Eastern 19 1750 21 1.08 101 .828 7 1 1 3 1 Opponents 1 1 3 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 – TEAM TOTALS – 1 0 2 0 Goals 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 1 1 0 Eastern Illinois 6 15 0 0 21 0 1 1 0 Opponents 24 21 0 0 45 0 1 1 0 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Shots 0 1 1 0 Eastern Illinois 123 138 7 1 269 0 1 1 0 Opponents 164 167 5 3 339 0 0 0 0 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Saves 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 48 45 1 1 95 0 0 0 0 Opponents 48 49 2 2 101 0 0 0 0 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Corner Kicks 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 40 40 0 1 81 21 18 60 5 Opponents 47 60 0 3 110 45 40 130 12

^ vs Rhode Island (150) ^ vs Oral Roberts (UA) WESTERN ILLINOIS (150) NORTHERN ILLINOIS (174) % at Northwestern (250) % vs Lafayette (125) WRIGHT STATE (125) at Drury (100) at Butler (100) • WESTERN KENTUCKY (110) • VANDERBILT (250) • at Tulsa (425) • at SMU (426) • MISSOURI STATE (100) • EVANSVILLE (200) • at Drake (920) • at Creighton (1,121) • at Bradley (805) IPFW (250)

Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD Springfield, Mo. Indianapolis, Ind. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Tulsa, Okla. Dallas, Texas LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Des Moines, Iowa Omaha, Neb. Peoria, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD

1st 134 119

Result W L L W T W L W W L T L L L L L L L L

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

2nd 138 134

OT 6 2

OT2 4 2

Total 282 257

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Martinez, KLATTER, Klatter, Klatter

Klatter Rizzo, GALANES Stewardson, Ongaro DUMONCEAUX Krupa DIEHL, Martinez, Martinez Stewardson, KLATTER, Martinez

Klatter Klatter Clemmer Martinez

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Bradley’s Holiday Inn City Centre Classic <> % Northwestern’s Lakeside Classic • Missouri Valley Conference match


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2004 STATISTICS & RESULTS

5-12-1 Overall • 1-7-1 Missouri Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Shots SOG

G

A

Pts GWG

J. Klatter

18 -14

65

34

10

4

24

2

J. Del Toro

18 -9

29

16

4

4

12

2

P. Clemmer

18 -15

19

6

2

1

5

0

B. Earl

18 -16

23

7

2

0

4

0

J. Stewardson 18 -12

18

8

1

2

4

1

M. Galeski

12 -11

16

9

1

2

4

0

M. Comiskey

17 -14

6

4

0

4

4

0

M. Kehoe

10 -1

4

2

1

1

3

0

R. Luckett

18 -18

5

1

0

2

2

0

M. Hodges

16 -13

15

8

0

1

1

0

J. Maubach

13 -10

10

3

0

1

1

0

L. Burke

15 -8

1

0

0

1

1

0

M. Sims

16 -16

0

0

0

1

1

0

D. Weiher

18 -16

17

7

0

0

0

0

M. Jakobsze

14 -4

4

1

0

0

0

0

D. Brown

8 -1

3

0

0

0

0

0

N. Yuede

9 -0

3

0

0

0

0

0

D. Amdor

18 -18

2

1

0

0

0

0

R. McDermand 6 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

T. Kikuta

3 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Eastern

18

240

107

21

24

66

5

Opponents

18

279

122

34

29

97

12

Date

9/1 9/4 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/22 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31

Opponent (Attendance)

BUTLER (227) at Northern Illinois (96) at IUPUI (158) ^ vs Memphis (350) ^ vs Northwestern (120) at Western Illinois (UA) at Dayton (922) at IPFW (129) • BRADLEY (175) DRURY (200) • DRAKE (100) • #11 CREIGHTON (165) • at Missouri State (128) • at Evansville (212) • at Vanderbilt (330) • at Western Kentucky (210) • TULSA (165) • #3 SMU (244)

2-5 Home • 3-5-1 Away • 0-2 Neutral GP -GS Min 16 -16 1480:25 3 -2 192:07 18 1672:32 18 1672:32

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player M. Sims J. Cronin Team Eastern Opponents

LAKESIDE FIELD DeKalb, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Macomb, Ill. Dayton, Ohio Fort Wayne, Ind. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Springfield, Mo. Evansville, Ind Nashville, Tenn. Bowling Green, Ky. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD

GAA 1.76 2.34 1.83 1.13

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 10 15 1st 116 129 1st 41 36 1st 48 40 1st 119 104

Result

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

GA 29 5 34 21

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

2nd 10 16 2nd 115 137 2nd 42 43 2nd 47 49 2nd 117 121

OT 1 2 OT 6 10 OT 3 3 OT 0 4 OT 3 3

Sv 76 5 7 88 86

OT2 0 1 OT2 3 3 OT2 2 1 OT2 1 0 OT2 1 3

PCT SHO .724 2 .500 0 .721 2 .804 4

Total 21 34 Total 240 279 Total 88 86 Total 96 93 Total 240 231

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

DEL TORO KLATTER, Del Toro Klatter, Earl Clemmer Klatter Klatter, Galeski Klatter, DEL TORO Klatter Kehoe, KLATTER Del Toro

Klatter, Klatter Klatter, STEWARDSON Earl Clemmer

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Vanderbilt Puma Classic <> • Missouri Valley Conference match


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5-9-3 Overall • 2-4-1 Missouri Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS Shots SOG J. Klatter 16 -16 60 40 B. Earl 17 -9 21 12 J. Stewardson 17 -13 27 15 A. Gartner 15 -15 24 7 D. Weiher 15 -13 10 1 B. Peters 14 -11 32 14 M. Galeski 16 -16 18 5 J. Del Toro 14 -5 11 4 D. Brown 14 -1 10 5 J. Schwarzmayr 10 -7 5 3 P. Clemmer 11 -8 5 2 J. Maubach 17 -17 4 1 M. Lewis 14 -2 4 3 D. LeBeau 11 -2 1 0 M. Comiskey 16 -14 6 2 D. Amdor 16 -16 5 3 E. Barnes 15 -5 0 0 M. Jakobsze 11 -0 1 1 J. Scheffers 7 -0 0 0 S. Zahariev 5 -0 1 0 C. Bransford 2 -0 1 1 T. Knotek 2 -0 1 1 Eastern 17 247 121 Opponents 17 200 82

G A Pts GWG 2-5-1 Home • 2-3 Away • 1-1-2 Neutral 7 3 17 3 – GOALKEEPING – 4 0 8 0 Player GP -GS Min GA GAA Sv PCT SHO 3 1 7 0 M. Hansen 11 -8 845:21 9 0.96 32 .780 1 7 -6 550:55 9 1.47 15 .625 1 3 0 6 1 N. Alexander 4 -2 193:14 5 2.33 5 .500 0 0 6 6 0 P. Jennison C. DeCaluwe 1 -1 0:30 0 0.00 0 .000 0 1 3 5 0 Team 7 1 1 3 5 1 Eastern 17 1590:00 23 1.30 59 .720 3 1 2 4 0 Opponents 17 1590:00 22 1.25 99 .818 7 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 – TEAM TOTALS – 0 1 1 0 Goals 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 1 1 0 Eastern Illinois 12 10 0 0 22 0 1 1 0 Opponents 10 13 0 0 23 0 1 1 0 Shots 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 114 125 2 6 247 0 0 0 0 Opponents 89 101 5 5 200 0 0 0 0 Saves 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 27 29 3 0 59 0 0 0 0 Opponents 37 58 1 3 99 0 0 0 0 Corner Kicks 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 41 41 1 0 83 0 0 0 0 Opponents 28 38 1 0 67 22 23 67 5 Fouls 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 23 29 75 9 Eastern Illinois 112 96 6 4 218

Opponents

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

– RESULTS –

Site

120

Result

9/3 % at Wisconsin-Green Bay (670) Green Bay, Wis. L 1-3 9/4 % vs Bowling Green (100) Green Bay, Wis. T 1-1 9/9 ^ vs Cal Poly (110) Bowling Green, Ky. L 1-3 9/11 ^ vs Longwood (163) Bowling Green, Ky. W 4-1 9/14 WESTERN ILLINOIS (188) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 9/16 VALPARAISO (115) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 9/18 at Illinios-Chicago (525) Chicago, Ill. L 0-1 9/28 OLIVET NAZARENE (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 10/2 NORTHERN ILLINOIS (114) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 10/8 • at #25 Creighton (1,459) Omaha, Neb. L 0-5 10/12 • at Western Kentucky (153) Bowling Green, Ky. W 2-1 10/16 • DRAKE (147) LAKESIDE FIELD T 1-1 10/19 • BRADLEY (131) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 10/22 • #24 MISSOURI STATE (139) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 10/30 • VANDERBILT (309) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 11/5 • at Evansville (312) Evansville, Ind. W 5-1 11/9 + vs Vanderbilt Peoria, Ill. T 0-0

111

3

3

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Del Toro Earl Earl Klatter, KLATTER, Gartner, Klatter Stewardson GARTNER, Stewardson GALESKI, Peters, Schwarzmayr, Earl Brown, KLATTER Earl

Klatter, KLATTER, Klatter, Gartner, Stewardson Vandy Wins Shootout, 4-3 EIU Goals: Klatter, Earl, Clemmer

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> % UWGB Nike Classic <> ^ WKU Invitational Invitational • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 6 seed)

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2006 STATISTICS & RESULTS

11-7-2 Overall • 1-3-2 Missouri Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Shots SOG

G

A

Pts GWG

B. Peters

19 -19

72

38

11

3

25

4

M. Galeski

20 -20

69

30

4

7

15

3

A. Gartner

20 -20

43

17

3

6

12

1

B. Earl

18 -18

31

14

4

2

10

2

D. Amdor

20 -20

29

9

1

3

5

0

E. Philpott

20 -18

18

7

1

1

3

0

M. Lewis

20 -1

7

5

1

0

2

0

C. Pearson

7 -4

2

1

1

0

2

0

J. Kupiec

18 -3

11

5

0

1

1

0

E. Barnes

20 -20

8

0

0

1

1

0

A. Horing

16 -0

6

1

0

1

1

0

P. Clemmer

18 -18

1

1

0

1

1

0

D. LeBeau

13 -1

1

0

0

1

1

0

J. Maubach

18 -17

8

4

0

0

0

0

M. Comiskey

12 -4

6

3

0

0

0

0

D. Rigby

16 -1

5

3

0

0

0

0

N. Bonacker

18 -16

3

1

0

0

0

0

J. Adee

10 -0

1

0

0

0

0

0

J. Scheffers

9 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

B. Swartz

4 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Team (Own Goals) Eastern

20

321

140

27

27

81

11

Opponents

20

211

74

18

18

54

7

Date

8/25 8/27 9/2 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/12 9/16 9/17 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/8 10/11 10/14 10/22 10/25 10/28 11/1 11/3

Opponent (Attendance)

^ vs Detroit (105) ^ at Bowling Green (156) ASBURY COLLEGE (157) UMKC (169) at IPFW (208) LOYOLA (156) at Western Illinois (128) % vs Georgia State (100) % at Wisconsin-Green Bay (185) at IUPUI (190) • at Missouri State (614) • WESTERN KENTUCKY (155) • EVANSVILLE (223) • at Bradley (501) • CREIGHTON (189) at Wright State (310) at Valparaiso (122) • at Drake (550) + vs Missouri State + vs Creighton

3-2-1 Home • 6-3-1 Away • 2-2 Neutral GP -GS Min 15 -15 1323:30 7 -5 524:30 20 1848 20 1848

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player M. Hansen P. Jennison Team Eastern Opponents

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Fort Wayne, Ind. LAKESIDE FIELD Macomb, Ill. Green Bay, Wisc. Green Bay, Wisc. Indianapolis, Ind. Springfield, Mo. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Peoria, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD Dayton, Ohio Valparaiso, Ind. Des Moines, Iowa Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill.

GAA 0.88 0.86 0.88 1.31

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 12 8 1st 154 98 1st 27 62 1st 59 45 1st 145 131

Result L W W W W L W W W W L T W L L L W T W L

GA 13 5 18 27

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

2nd 14 10 2nd 158 109 2nd 28 45 2nd 47 34 2nd 157 140

OT 1 0 OT 5 3 OT 1 2 OT 1 1 OT 3 2

Sv 41 14 1 56 113

OT2 0 0 OT2 4 1 OT2 0 4 OT2 0 2 OT2 4 4

PCT SHO .759 5 .737 1 1 .757 7 .807 7

Total 27 18 Total 321 211 Total 56 113 Total 107 82 Total 309 277

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER) Peters, GALESKI EARL, Peters PETERS Peters, PETERS, Peters EARL Peters, Amdor, GALESKI, Gartner GALESKI, Earl, Earl OWN GOAL, Lewis Galeski Philpott, PETERS, Gartner Peters GARTNER Pearson, PETERS, Peters

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Bowling Green Invitational <> % UWGB Nike Classic • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 6 seed)


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2007 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Min Shots SOG G A Pts GWG

B. Peters

21 -21 1888

76

46

11 6

28

6

M. Galeski

21 -21 1948

63

28

8 12 28

1

A. Harrison

19 -18 1352

32

13

5

4

14

2

A. Gartner

21 -21 1868

28

5

0

9

9

0

D. Kehoe

21 -1

496

9

3

2

2

6

0

M. Lewis

19 -12 1112

19

7

1

3

5

0

B. Earl

21 -21 1743

17

5

2

0

4

2

C. Pearson

17 -16 1273

13

5

2

0

4

0

N. Bonacker

20 -20 1703

4

0

0

3

3

0

J. Maubach

18 -17 1666

8

1

1

0

2

0

J. Kupiec

16 -6

483

9

6

1

0

2

0

B. Friesen

13 -4

502

2

1

1

0

2

1

P. Mabeya

21 -13 1323

22

6

0

2

2

0

E. Philpott

17 -12

683

6

1

0

2

2

0

J. Adee

17 -0

317

1

1

0

2

2

0

E. Barnes

16 -7

884

3

0

0

1

1

0

J. Ciucki

11 -0

302

6

2

0

1

1

0

B. Swartz

7 -0

128

2

0

0

0

0

0

J. Del Toro

8 -0

119

4

1

0

0

0

0

M. Crowley

5 -0

108

1

0

0

0

0

0

J. Scheffers

6 -0

64

1

0

0

0

0

0

D. Rigby

3 -0

33

1

1

0

0

0

Eastern

21

327

132

34 47 115

12

Opponents

21

236

100

26 23 75

6

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

8/31 9/1 9/7 9/9 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/25 9/28 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/7 11/14 11/16

^ vs Belmont (800) ^ vs Lipscomb (175) % vs Oral Roberts (316) % at UMKC (275) at Loyola (132) at Dayton (1100) IUPUI (225) at Kentucky (758) WESTERN ILLINOIS (176) IPFW (146) at UAB (477) VALPARAISO (240) • DRAKE (209) • at #12 Creighton (1418) • MISSOURI STATE (131) • at Evansville (565) • at Western Kentucky (242) • BRADLEY (508) at Asbury College (73) + vs Drake (404) + vs Bradley (2041)

0

12-6-3 Overall • 2-3-1 Missouri Valley 4-2-1 Home • 4-3-2 Away • 4-1 Neutral

Player M. Hansen N. Alexander Team Eastern Opponents

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Chicago, Ill. Dayton, Ohio LAKESIDE FIELD Lexington, Ky. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Birmingham, Ala. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Omaha, Neb. LAKESIDE FIELD Evansville, Ind. Bowling Green, Ky. LAKESIDE FIELD Wilmore, Ky. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb.

– GOALKEEPING –

GP -GS 15 -14 11 -7 21 21

GA GAA Sv PCT SHO 13 0.94 48 .787 4 13 1.53 20 .606 1 6 3 26 1.16 74 .740 8 34 1.52 98 .742 3

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 16 10 1st 154 96 1st 28 46 1st 59 37 1st 145 152

Result

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

Min 1249:22 766:44 2016:06 2016:06

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

2nd 14 15 2nd 158 124 2nd 48 50 2nd 64 53 2nd 151 123

OT 2 0 OT 7 4 OT 0 1 OT 2 4 OT 10 11

OT2 2 1 OT2 8 12 OT2 4 1 OT2 1 7 OT2 6 1

Total 34 26 Total 327 236 Total 74 98 Total 126 101 Total 312 287

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Pearson, HARRISON PETERS, Galeski PETERS PETERS Galeski, Harrison EARL, Harrison EARL

FRIESEN, Peters Galeski, Galeski PETERS, Peters, Kehoe, Galeski Peters, Lewis Peters Galeski, Peters, PETERS, Kehoe Kupiec Maubach, PETERS, Galeski Pearson Harrison, HARRISON GALESKI

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Bradley’s Holiday City Centre Classic <> % UMKC/Mr. Goodcents Invitational • Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 5 seed)


2009 EIU Men's Soccer Media Guide