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2009 PEACH BELT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 2009 NCAA DIVISION ii TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANT

2010 MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


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Address........................................ 74 King Street ......................................St. Augustine, FL 32084 University Telephone .................... (904) 829-6481 Founded .................................................... 1968 Enrollment................................................ 2,369 Colors ... Crimson (PMS 1807C) and Gold (PMS 1235C) Nickname ................................................ Saints President ..........................Dr. William T. Abare, Jr. Director of Athletics ........................... Jud Damon Athletics Phone Number ............... (904) 819-6252

Quick Facts ..................................................... 1 Season Outlook ............................................ 3-4 2010 Schedule ................................................ 5 2010 Roster .................................................... 6 Head Coach John Lynch .................................... 8 Assistant Coach Ned Hunt ................................. 9 Player Profiles ...........................................11-29 Pol Berenguer ............................................11 Johan Bergfeld ...........................................12 Will Frandsen .............................................13 Matt Gilman ...............................................14 Mack Hough ...............................................15 Adam Jackson ............................................16 Conor Killeen .............................................17 Eammon Murphy ........................................18 Kevin Partel ...............................................19 Dan Reid ...................................................20 Arnel Selman .............................................21 Greg Taafe .................................................22 Joseph Toby ...............................................23 Cameron Will .............................................24 Aaron Beers ...............................................25 Nick Duncan ..............................................25 Kyle Shearer ..............................................26 T.J. Day .....................................................26 Olawale Olaoye ..........................................26 Forrest Harrington ......................................27 Kevin Keenan .............................................27 Lincoln Lewis .............................................27 Brandon Murphy .........................................27 Liam O’Brien ..............................................28 Stephen Pratt .............................................28 Craig Riley .................................................28 Zach Shanahan ..........................................28 Josh Slatton ...............................................29 2009 Recap ...................................................30 2009 Final Statistics........................................31 Peach Belt Conference .....................................32 PBC Standings ...............................................33 Opponents ................................................35-36 Flagler College ...............................................37 St. Augustine .................................................38 President, Dr. William T. Abare, Jr......................39 Director of Athletics, Jud Damon .......................40 SIDEARM/Penn Atlantic ...................................41 Community Service.........................................42 All-Time Roster..........................................43-44 Record Book .............................................45-46 Division II Era Record Book .........................47-50 All-Time Results ........................................51-52 Awards .........................................................53 Athletics Hall of Fame......................................54 Staff Directory ......................... Inside Back Cover 2010 Team Picture .................. Outside Back Cover

MEN’S SOCCER Affiliation................................... NCAA Division II Conference .........................................Peach Belt Field ................................................ Saints Field Head Coach .......................................John Lynch Alma Mater ............Green Mountain College (1993) Coach’s Telephone ....................... (904) 819-6254 Record at Flagler ................. 104-93-14 (11 years) Overall Record .................. 124-121-18 (14 years) Assistant Coach .................................... Ned Hunt 2009 Overall Record .................................14-6-2 2009 Conference Record........................7-1-0/1st 2009 Postseason ..............Southeast Region (1st Rd.) Starters Returning/Lost ................................. 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................17/4 Newcomers....................................................10 All-Time Men’s Soccer Record . 349-225-35 (31 years)

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director ............... John Jordan Office Phone ............................... (904) 819-6465 Cell Phone .................................. (904) 669-0683 Fax Number ................................ (904) 810-2369 Email .................................... jjordan@flagler.edu Intern ....................................... Clayton Coffman Website ................................. flaglerathletics.com Facebook ................... facebook.com/Flagler.Saints Twitter .......................... twitter.com/FlaglerSports

The 2010 Flagler College men’s soccer guide was written and designed by John Jordan, Sports Information Director. Additional writing assistance by Clayton Coffman, Sports Information Intern. Cover design by John Jordan. Pictures by Dyann Busse, Karen Hudgins, Perry Knotts, David Beall, John Jordan, and the Flagler College Public Information Department. 2010 Men’s Soccer

ON THE COVER: (front row l.-r.) Kevin Partel and Conor Killeen. (Back row l.-r.) Greg Taafe, Matt Gilman and Arnel Selman. 1


Outlook

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SEASON OUTLOOK Last year Flagler was one of two new teams in the Peach Belt Conference. As such, they were picked seventh in the preseason coaches poll, but went on to prove everyone wrong by winning the regular season title. The Saints return several key players but Head Coach Lynch, who was the Peach Belt Coach of the Year last season, is expecting the same work ethic and preparation to help win games this fall although they are the preseason favorite to win the conference. Flagler went 14-6-2 a year ago, including a 7-1-0 conference mark, while winning sixout-of-its-last-eight games before falling to Wingate University in the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional. Flagler has a core group of six seniors, many have experienced the highs and lows of the soccer program. Conor Killeen, Kevin Partel and Arnel Selman were part of the long 2007 season where the Saints posted a 2-13-2 record. But all three, with the additions of Dan Reid, Greg Taafe and Matt Gilman, would see the program flourish in 2008 and 2009 with a combined 25-11-4 record. Returning to the lineup for Flagler this fall are junior forwards Mack Hough and Pol Berenguer. Hough tallied 10 goals and five assists while Berenguer added seven goals. Both are expected to be contributors again this year. Cameron Will is another forward expected to earn playing time this year. Incoming freshman Zach Shanahan has caught his coach’s eye during preseason practice. He is expected to get some minutes and contribute on the offensive end according to Lynch. Along the outside, midfielders Joseph Toby, Will Frandsen and Killeen will get the nod this coming season. Toby, who was selected to the preseason all-conference team and was the 2009 PBC Freshman of the year, netted four shots and assisted on six others. Killeen, an all-conference selection in 2009, added three goals with six assists. Frandsen started in all of Flagler’s matches last season scoring four goals and adding four assists. Incoming freshman Kevin Keenan will contend for playing time. Defensively, Flagler will have to replace four spots vacated by departed seniors Danny Burke, Steven Carothers, Eoin Cassin and Ryan Endrizzi. Returning players Adam Jackson, Partel and Reid all saw considerable time on the pitch last year and according to Lynch have a good shot at being one of the best back lines in the conference. Forrest Harrington and Craig Riley, two players from the state of Texas, are expected to challenge for playing time. Senior Matt Gilman returns between the pipes. He earned Peach Belt Goalkeeper of the Week honors twice last season while posting a 14-4-1 record and 1.38 goals against average. He had the fifth-best save percentage in the conference a year ago (.730) and was tied for second with six shutouts. Lynch calls Gilman the most underestimated keeper in the conference. The Saints have one of the toughest schedules in all of Division II. Flagler opens its regular season at national runner-up and preseason No. 2-ranked Lees-McRae College on Sept. 3 in Banner Elk, N.C. The following day, Flagler will take on King College of Tennessee, a brand new member to Division II. The Saints start their defense of their 2010 Men’s Soccer

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2009 regular season conference title Sept. 11 at the University of Montevallo. Last season, the Saints defeated the Falcons 2-1. The home opener for Flagler is Sept. 18 in a conference match-up against UNC Pembroke. Sandwiched in between those two games is a match at Wingate University (Sept. 15). The Bulldogs defeated the Saints 4-0 in last year’s Southeast Regional. Rollins College will come to Saints Field Sept. 29 for a match against Flagler. The Tars were co-champions of the Sunshine State Conference and enter this season ranked No. 10. Already circled on the calendar is an Oct. 9 date against Lander University. The Saints fell to the Bearcats 1-0 during the regular season then played to a 2-2 draw in the conference tournament title game only to lose on penalty kicks. Highlighting the non-conference schedule for Flagler is an Oct. 19 date against traditional power Tampa. The Spartans are ranked fifth in the country and return five starters and 18 letterwinners. The ultimate goal this year is to make it to Louisville for the NCAA National Tournament, Dec. 2-4. But Coach Lynch knows that his charges are going to have it to take it one game at a time and nothing will be handed to them - they will have to play hard night in and night out.

2010 Peach Belt Conference Preseason Coaches Poll Rk. 1 2 t3 t3 5 6 7 8 9

School Flagler (7) Lander Clayton State (1) Montevallo (1) Francis Marion UNC Pembroke USC Aiken North Georgia Ga. Southwestern

Points 62 53 48 48 37 31 19 18 8

First-place votes in parenthesis Coaches cannot vote for their own team

2010 Peach Belt Conference Preseason All-Conference Team Forwards Aaron Brittain, Lander Nate Foster, Montevallo Leighton Fredericks, Clayton State Midfielders Johan Bergfeld, Flagler Craig Hughes, Lander Milan Pualic, Montevallo Joseph Toby, Flagler Troy Watson, USC Aiken Defenders Ben Chedgy, North Georgia Mike Davis, UNC Pembroke Ivan Juric, Francis Marion Goalkeeper Rade Tanaskovic, North Georgia

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2010 SCHEDULE Day Fri. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tue. Sat. Wed.

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 25 Sept. 29

Sat. Tue. Sat. Fri. Tue. Sat. Wed. Sat.

Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 27 Oct. 30

Tue. Fri. Sun. Fr.-Su.

Nov. 2 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 12-14

Opponent Lees-McRae King (Tenn.) Montevallo* Wingate UNC PEMBROKE* Coker Clayton State* ROLLINS

Location Banner Elk, N.C. Banner Elk, N.C. Montevallo, Ala. Wingate, N.C. ST. AUGUSTINE Hartsville, S.C. Morrow, Ga. ST. AUGUSTINE

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

USC AIKEN* FLORIDA TECH Lander* SAINT XAVIER TAMPA NORTH GEORGIA* GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN* Francis Marion*

ST. AUGUSTINE ST. AUGUSTINE Greenwood, S.C. ST. AUGUSTINE ST. AUGUSTINE ST. AUGUSTINE ST. AUGUSTINE Florence, S.C.

7:30 7 3:30 7 7 7:30 7:30 2

Peach Belt Conf. Tourn. Opening Rd. Peach Belt Conference Tournament Semifinal Peach Belt Conference Tournament Final NCAA Division II Southeast Regional

TBA Evans, Ga. Evans, Ga. TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

*-indicates a Peach Belt Conference match All times local Home matches in CAPS Match dates and times are subject to change

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2010 ROSTER No. 00 01 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 27 28 29

Name Aaron Beers T.J. Day Matt Gilman Adam Jackson Kevin Partel Dan Reid Nick Duncan Cameron Will Will Frandsen Johan Bergfeld Greg Taafe Pol Berenguer Conor Killeen Arnel Selman Mack Hough Kyle Shearer Kevin Keenan Liam O’Brien Forrest Harrington Brendan Murphy Joseph Toby Olawale Olaoye Zach Shanahan Eammon Murphy Craig Riley Stephen Pratt Lincoln Lewis Josh Slatton

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

Ht. 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-4 5-7 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-3 5-9 6-3 5-7 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-1

Wt. 184 170 195 195 155 165 150 155 185 170 180 140 168 169 160 175 168 163 180 150 172 145 154 160 155 159 170 177

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

Hometown/Previous School Rockledge, Fla./Edgewood HS Palm Harbor, Fla./Dunedin HS Ocala, Fla./Jacksonville University Nottingham, England/Bilborough College St. Augustine, Fla./St. Joseph Academy Dublin, Ireland/University of Dublin Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla../Allen D. Nease HS Osteen, Fla./Pine Ridge HS Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park HS Akers Styckebruk, Sweden/Rekarnegymnasiet Dorset, England/Lenoir-Rhyne College Barcelona, Spain/St. Augustine (Fla.) HS Dublin, Ireland/Colaiste Ide Jacksonville, Fla./Wolfson HS St. Augustine, Fla./Pedro Menendez HS Fernandina Beach, Fla./Fernandina Beach HS Portlaoise, Ireland/CBS Portlaoise Virginia Water, England/Reading Blue Coat School Keller, Texas/Northwest HS Farmingdale, N.J./Colts Neck HS Jacksonville, Fla./Wolfson HS Gainesville, Fla./Eastside HS Waterford, Ireland/Waterford Institute of Technology Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs HS Ft. Worth, Texas/Keller HS Dublin, Ireland/St. Michael’s College Tallahassee, Fla./Maclay School Gibsonton, Fla./East Bay HS

Head Coach: John Lynch Assistant Coach: Ned Hunt Pronunciation Guide Johan YO-hawn Taafe TAY-ff Killeen kill-EEN Pol POLE Berenguer BEAR-n-gare Arnel R-nell Olawale OLE-ah-wall-ee Olaoye OH-lah-oh-ee Eammon A-mahn

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The Coaches

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JOHN LYNCH Head Coach • 12th Season John Lynch begins his 12th year at the helm of the men’s soccer program at Flagler College and has a career mark of 104-93-14.

Lynch’s Career Record Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

School Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler Flagler 11 years

Record 10-10-0 9-10-0 8-8-3 17-4-0 12-5-2 6-11-3 6-11-0 9-10-0 2-13-2 11-5-2 14-6-2 104-93-14

Conf. 7-5-0 8-5-0 4-4-2 11-1-0 6-3-2 6-5-1 5-7-0

7-1-0 54-30-5

Career Highlights

• Coach of the Year - NSCAA Southeast Region and Peach Belt Conference (2009) • Coached five NAIA All-Americans • Coached 10 All-Conference players

Personal

• Wife, Susan • Children - Keegan and Cullan • Played four years at Green Mountain Coll. • Bachelor’s in leisure resources and facilities management • Master’s in communication studies

In 2009, he guided Flagler to the Peach Belt Conference regular season title, in its first year in the league, and an NCAA Southeast Regional appearance. Lynch was also selected as the PBC’s and the NSCAA’s Southeast Region Coach of the Year. He has also led the Saints to a 2002 Florida Sun Conference Championship, a NAIA Region XIV title and an appearance in the NAIA National Tournament appearance. Lynch collected his 100th win at Flagler on Oct. 24, 2009 in a 2-1 win at North Georgia. Lynch has coached several honorable mention NAIA AllAmericans and several AllAmericans including Olafur Thor Gunnarsson (1999), Donny This (2001), Wayne Reilly (2001) and Neil Patrickson (2004).

Lynch earned his bachelor’s degree in leisure resources and facilities management from Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt., graduating at the head of the class. He earned his master’s degree in communication studies from Bloomsburg. At Green Mountain, Lynch played on some of the top NAIA teams in the country. He helped lead the Eagles to a pair of NAIA Tournament appearances (1991 and 1992) and was a twotime Academic All-America award. A native of Summerhill, Ireland, Lynch holds his FAI (Football Association of Ireland) coaching badge and has worked at and conducted camps in both Ireland and the United States. Lynch also teaches several communications courses at Flagler and is an academic advisor. He and his wife, Susan, have two sons, Keegan and Cullan.

Prior to his arrival at Flagler, Lynch served as the Head Coach at Bluefield (Va.) College where he led the Rams to their first-ever Tennessee Virginia Athletic Conference Title. He went to Bluefield from NCAA Division II power, Bloomsburg (Pa.) University where he served as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams. While at Bloomsburg, Lynch spent the summer months coaching at camps at Penn State, Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., and Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J.

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NED HUNT Assistant Coach • Third Season

Ned Hunt begins his third year as assistant coach. Prior to his arrival, Hunt served as coach and office manager for Team Dynamics, Inc.

Wolverines. Hunt earned all-America honors in 2006 and was a three-time all-Pennsylvania Athletic Conference selection. Hunt was also named Player of the Week eight times by the ECAC. He played in 75 matches, posted a 1.08 goals against average and tallied 15 shutouts in his career. Hunt’s .896 save percentage in 2006 ranked eighth nationally in NCAA Division III.

Hunt has learned from some of the best around – Matt Driver (former assistant coach of the New England Revolution) and Allen Kelly, Sr. (former Irish National Team player and coach). In the winter of 2007, the Falmouth, Mass.-native trained with Accrington Stanley of English League Two. Prior to his stint with Accrington Stanley, Hunt played for the AC Diablos Football Club, located in Egg Harbor Township, N.J., and is members of the National Premier Soccer League. He co-captained the Diablos and held the lowest goals against average in the East Coast Region. Hunt graduated from Wesley College in Dover, Del. in 2007, with a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a concentration in sports management and a minor in business. He was a four-year starter and a two-time captain of the 2010 Men’s Soccer

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The Players

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POL

BERENGUER

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Midfielder 5-7 • 140 • Senior Barcelona, Spain St. Augustine HS

SOPHOMORE Earned second-team All-Peach Belt honors... Played in 22 matches and started all 22...Second on team with seven goals scored and tallied 15 points...Tallied three game-winning goals and converted only penalty kick attempt...Netted a pair of goals in a 4-1 win over Clayton State (Sept. 26)...Scored game-winners vs. EmbryRiddle (Sept. 30) and at North Georgia (Oct. 24). RS-FRESHMAN Played in 16 matches and started in nine...Scored one goal and tallied three assists for a total of five points...First collegiate goal proved to be a gamewinner vs. Rollins (Oct. 22)...Collected two assists in a 2-2 tie vs. Saint Leo (Sept. 23). FRESHMAN Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from St. Augustine (Fla.) High School…Lettered two years…Scored 43 goals and registered 37 assists for 123 career points…Twotime all-city selection…Earned all-region and allconference honors…Selected as team’s MVP both seasons…Played for Head Coach Anthony Sangari. CLUB SOCCER Played for Creeks Clash United…Scored 20 goals and tallied 23 assists in two seasons. PERSONAL Son of Josep and Ana Berenguer…A sport management major…Has two brothers and a sister…His favorite food is pasta. Berenguer’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

GP GS G A Pts 16 9 1 3 5 22 22 7 2 16 38 31 8 5 21

2010 Men’s Soccer

Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 19 .053 8 .421 1 0-0 24 .292 12 .500 3 1-1 43 .186 20 .465 4 1-1

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JOHAN

BERGFELD

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Midfielder 5-9 • 170 • Junior Akers Styckebruk, Sweden Rekarnegymnasiet

SOPHOMORE A first-team All-Peach Belt selection...Played and started in all 22 matches...Scored two goals, both game winners, and added two assists... Netted goals at UNC Pembroke (Sept. 19) and vs. Francis Marion (Oct. 31)...Also earned Academic All-Conference honors...Selected to All-PBC Tournament Team. FRESHMAN Played in all 18 matches, with 16 starts...Scored a goal and added two assists for four points... Scored his first collegiate goal, and the first goal of the match, in Flagler’s 2-1 win a Georgia Southwestern (Sept. 6)...Tallied an assist in wins at Florida Southern (Oct. 7) and vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (Nov. 1). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Rekarnegymnasiet in Eskilstuna, Sweden...Played club soccer for the Eskilstuna City FK (2007-08), IK Viljan (2006) and Akers IF (2005). PERSONAL Son of Urmas and Ann-Katrine Bergfeld...A business major...Has a sister...Lists “The Departed” as his favorite movie. Bergfeld’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

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GP 18 22 40

GS 16 22 38

G A Pts 1 2 4 2 2 6 3 4 10

Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 17 .059 6 .353 0 0-0 20 .100 8 .400 2 0-0 37 .081 14 .378 2 0-0

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FRANDSEN

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Midfielder 6-3 • 185 • Junior Orange Park, Fla. Orange Park HS

SOPHOMORE Played and started in all 22 matches...Scored four goals and tallied four assists...Scored a gamewinning goal...Notched the game-winner at USC Aiken (Oct. 3)...Tallied four points vs. Florida Southern (Oct. 21) after scoring a goal and assisting on two more. FRESHMAN Played in all 18 games wit eight starts...Scored two goals and assisted on two more for six points...Scored first collegiate goal in a 2-1 win vs. Barry (Oct. 25)...Scored a goal and added an assist in a 5-1 win at Eckerd (Oct. 28). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Orange Park (Fla.) High School... Lettered in soccer all four years...A three-time all-conference selection...Earned all-Clay County honors as a senior...Named to the all-North Team in 2008...Captained the Raiders last year and earned the team’s “Defensive Player of the Year” award...Played for head coach Paul Tomaro. PERSONAL Son of Bill and Tracy Frandsen...A business major...Has two brothers...Lists Christiano Ronaldo as his favorite athlete. Frandsen’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

GP GS G A Pts 18 8 2 2 6 22 22 4 4 12 40 30 6 6 18

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Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 27 .074 11 .407 0 0-0 52 .077 20 .385 1 0-0 79 .076 31 .392 1 0-0

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MATT

GILMAN

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Goalkeeper 6-3 • 195 • Senior Ocala, Fla. Jacksonville University

JUNIOR Played in 20 matches with 19 starts...Posted a 14-41 reocrd with six shutouts and a 1.38 goals against average...Recorded back-to-back shutouts twice - at UNC Pembroke (Sept. 19) and at Saint Leo (Sept. 23) as well as vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 30) and at USC Aiken (Oct. 3)...Tallied a season-high eight saves in the conference opener vs. Montevallo (Sept. 12)...Earned Peach Belt Conference Goalkeeper of the Week twice (Sept. 22 and Nov. 3). SOPHOMORE At Jacksonville, played in four matches and started all four...Recorded a 3.00 goals against average...Tallied 16 saves...Recorded a season-high seven daves vs. Alabama A&M (Sept. 27). FRESHMAN A second-team All-Atlantic Sun Conference selection... Played in 14 matches and started 11...Earned AllFreshman Team honors...Tied an A-Sun record for being named Defensive Player of the Week three times... Recorded four shutouts, tallied 50 saves and posted a 1.29 GAA...Tallied nine saves in collegiate debut in an upset win over Loyola of Chicago (Sept. 2). FRESHMAN Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Forest High School in Ocala...Lettered four years in soccer and once in football...Named Marion County Player of the Year in 2006...A two-time AllState and three-time All-Area selection...Recorded 39 shutouts in career...Posted a 0.75 GAA with 15 shutouts and earned Team MVP honors as a senior...As a junior, registered a 0.67 GAA with 12 shutouts and earnerd team’s Defensive Player of the Year award. PERSONAL Son of Steve, Jr. and Hope Gilman...A psychology major...Has a brother and sister...Lists surfing, playing guitar or piano and equestrian competition as his hobbies...His favorite movie is “Batman-The Dark Knight”...Lists Lance Armstrong as his favorite athlete.

Gilman’s Career Stats Year GP GS Min 2009 20 19 1766:09 Career 20 19 1766:09

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GA 27 27

GAA 1.38 1.38

Sv 73 73

W-L-T 14-4-1 14-4-1

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HOUGH

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Forward 5-10 • 160 • Junior St. Augustine, Fla. Pedro Menendez HS

SOPHOMORE Played in 22 matches and started 19...Led the team with 10 goals scored and 25 points... Had a pair of game-winning goals...Converted one of two penalty kick attempts...Scored two goals and added an assist for a season-high five points vs. Clayton State (Sept. 26)...Also scored a pair of goals vs. Florida Southern (Oct. 21)... Tallied the match’s lone goal in the second minute of overtime vs. North Georgia (Nov. 3) in a conference tournament quarterefinal. RS-FRESHMAN Played in 17 matches and started in 10...Scored six goals and tallied two assists for 14 points... Scored two game winning goals, two first goals and one game tying goal...Scored two goals at Thomas U. (Sept. 5) and vs. Florida Tech (Sept. 10)...Scored a goal and tallied an assist vs. Rollins (Oct. 22). FRESHMAN Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Pedro Menendez High School in St. Augustine…Lettered three years in soccer… Selected as Player of the Year in 2006…An allcounty selection in 2005…Named Team MVP in 2005. CLUB SOCCER Played for the Jacksonville Fury. PERSONAL Son of George and Evelyn Hough…A sport management major…Has a brother…His favorite movie is “Miracle”. Hough’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

GP 17 22 39

GS G A Pts 10 6 2 14 19 10 4 24 29 16 6 38

2010 Men’s Soccer

Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 43 .140 20 .465 2 0-0 41 .244 19 .463 2 1-2 84 .190 39 .464 4 1-2

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ADAM

JACKSON

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Defender 6-4 • 195 • Sophomore Nottingham, England Bilborough College

FRESHMAN Played in 20 matches with 17 starts...Scored a pair of goals...Tallied a goal at Georgia Southwestern (Oct. 28) and vs. Montevallo (Nov. 6). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Bilborough College in Nottingham...Lettered in soccer...Captained team in 2008-09...Selected to the England College soccer squad in 2008-09. PERSONAL Son of Andrew and Jane Jackson...A communications major...Has two brothers... His favorite athlete is Steven Gerrard...Lists The Streets and Arctic Monkeys as his favorite music groups...Favorite television show is “Skins.” Jackson’s Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 2009 20 17 2 0 4 7 .286 5 .714 0 0-0 Career 20 17 2 0 4 7 .286 5 .714 0 0-0

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CONOR

KILLEEN

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Midfielder 5-11 • 168 • Senior Dublin, Ireland Colaiste Ide

JUNIOR Second-team All-Peach Belt selection...Played in 20 matches with 18 starts...Scored three goals and tied for the team lead with six assists... Netted two game-winning goals and tallied one in overtime...Scored the only goal in a 1-0 win at Saint Leo (Sept. 23)...Tallied the winner in the second overtime at Florida Tech (Oct. 13). SOPHOMORE Played in all 18 matches and started 13...Led team with seven goals, 11 assists and 25 points... Scored two game winning goals...Scored a goal and added two assists vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (Nov. 1)...Scored a goal and tallied an assist at Thomas U. (Sept. 5) and at Eckerd (Oct. 28). FRESHMAN Played in all 17 matches with 16 starts...Scored two goals, tallied two assists for six points... Scored a goal and assisted on another vs. EmbryRiddle (Sept. 4)...Netted a goal at Florida Tech... Assisted on a goal vs. Thomas (Oct. 6). HIGH SCHOOL Attended from St. Paul’s College and Colaiste Ide in Dublin…Played for Head Coach Danny Crowley at Colaiste Ide…Scored five goals in 2005…Helped lead team to a national title in 2005…Captained team in ’05. CLUB SOCCER Played for Dublin City FC. PERSONAL Son of Gerry and Joan Killeen…A sport management major…Has a brother and a sister… His sister, Siobhan, plays for the Irish Girls National Team…His favorite players are Roy Keane and Ronaldo. Killeen’s Career Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP 17 18 20 55

GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 16 2 2 6 22 .091 11 .500 0 0-0 13 7 11 25 35 .200 15 .429 2 0-0 18 3 6 12 36 .083 18 .500 2 0-0 47 12 19 43 93 .129 44 .473 4 0-0

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EAMMON

MURPHY

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Midfielder 5-10 • 160 • Junior Winter Springs, Fla. Winter Springs HS

SOPHOMORE Played in 18 matches with three starts...Scored three goal and assisted on another...Scored a pair of goals in the season opener at No. 20 West Florida (Aug. 28). FRESHMAN Played in all 18 matches and started six...Scored four goals and assists on two for 10 points... Scored two game winning goals...Scored twice vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (Nov. 1) and at Embry-Riddle (Nov. 5)...Tallied two assists at Eckerd (Oct. 28). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Winter Springs (Fla.) High School...Lettered all four years in soccer...Scored 62 goals and tallied 35 assists for 159 career points...Helped lead the Bears to a pair of district championships and three regional tournament appearances in Class 6A...Earned all-conference and all-Central Florida honors as a senior...Was the team MVP and captain in 2007-08. PERSONAL Son of Kevin and Lydia Murphy...A business major...Has two sisters...Lists “E.T.” as his favorite movie...FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi is his favorite athlete. Murphy’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

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GP GS G A Pts 18 6 4 2 10 18 3 3 1 7 36 9 7 3 17

Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 36 .111 17 .472 2 0-0 32 .094 11 .344 0 0-0 68 .103 28 .412 2 0-0

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KEVIN

PARTEL

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Defender 5-7 • 155 • Senior St. Augustine, Fla. St. Joseph Academy

JUNIOR Second-team All-Peach Belt Conference selection...Played in 22 matches with 20 starts... Scored a goal and assisted on another...Goal came in a match at UNC Pembroke (Sept. 19)... Recorded an assist in conference semifinal against Montevallo (Nov. 6). SOPHOMORE Played in 15 matches with three starts...Scored first collegiate goal vs. Nova Southeastern (Sept. 14). FRESHMAN Played in 11 matches with one start. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from St. Joseph Academy in St. Augustine…Lettered all four years in soccer… Scored 113 goals and tallied 36 assists for a total of 262 points in his career for the Fighting Flashes…An all-region and all-county selection as a senior…A three-time team captain…Selected as the team MVP four times…Played for Head Coach Raul Monzon. CLUB SOCCER Played for the Creeks Athletic Association for three seasons. PERSONAL Son of Kevin and Susan Partel…A communications major…Has two brothers and a sister. Partel’s Career Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 11 1 0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0 15 3 1 0 2 6 .167 4 .667 0 0-0 22 20 1 1 3 8 .125 3 .375 0 0-0 48 24 2 1 5 16 .125 0 0-0

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DAN

REID Defender 5-10 • 165 • Senior Dublin, Ireland University of Dublin

JUNIOR Played 13 matches and started three...Assisted on the game winning goal vs. Eckerd (Oct. 7)...A second-team All-Peach Belt Academic Team selection. SOPHOMORE Played in 14 games and started 12...Collected two assists...Tallied an assist vs. Saint Xavier (Oct. 9) and at Eckerd (Oct. 28). FRESHMAN Attended the University of Dublin. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Greenhills College in Dublin, Ireland...Played soccer and rugby...Captained soccer team in 2006...Led team to Dublin League titles in 2004 and 2005. PERSONAL Son of Maurice and Levern Reid...A sport management major...Has one brother and two sisters...Lists soccer, rugby, swimming and reading as his hobbies...Lists “Braveheart” as his favorite movie.

Reid’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

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GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 14 12 0 2 2 1 .000 0 0-0 13 3 0 1 1 1 .000 0 0-0 27 15 0 3 3 2 .000 0 0-0

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ARNEL

SELMAN

13

Midfielder 5-9 • 169 • Senior Sanica, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Wolfson HS

JUNIOR Played in 12 matches with one start...Tallied two assists...Recorded an assist at Anderson (Sept. 4) and at Rollins (Sept. 16). SOPHOMORE Played in 15 games and started two...Scored one goal and asisted on another for three points... His goal vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) (Oct. 12) tied the contest...Tallied an assist vs. Nova Southeastern (Sept. 14). FRESHMAN Played 12 matches with one start...Scored one goal...Netted first collegiate goal vs. Houston Baptist. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Samuel F. Wolfson High School in Jacksonville…Lettered all four years in soccer…A two-time FACA all-district, all-region, all-city and all-Gateway Conference selection…Captained team as a senior…Helped lead the Wolfpack to the regional final as a sophomore, a state final four as a junior and a regional semifinal as a senior… Played for Head Coach Todd Tinsley…Also helped lead the FACA North All-Stars to its first-ever allstar championship in 2007. CLUB SOCCER Played for the Jacksonville Jaguars Soccer Club… Helped team reach the Sweet 16 in the State Cup. PERSONAL Son of Redzo and Sabiha Selman…A native of Kljuc, Bosnia & Herzegovina…A secondary education major…Has a sister…His favorite athlete is Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard. Selman’s Career Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 12 1 1 0 2 6 .167 2 .333 0 0-0 12 1 1 1 3 7 .143 5 .714 0 0-0 12 1 0 2 3 15 .000 8 .533 0 0-0 36 3 2 3 8 28 .071 15 .536 0 0-0

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GREG

TAAFE

Defender 6-3 • 180 • Senior Dorset, England Lenoir-Rhyne University

JUNIOR Played in 21 games and started three...Scored four goals and added an assist...Found the back of the net twice vs. Florida Southern (Oct. 21)... Also recorded goals vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 30) and Francis Marion (Oct. 31)...Tallied an assist at North Georgia (Oct. 24). SOPHOMORE Played in six games and started one. FRESHMAN Attended Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C...Played in 17 games and started three... Scored four goals and tallied one assist for a total of nine points...Scored a pair of goals in a 4-0 win over Salem International (Sept. 26)...Scored a goal and recorded an assist in a 5-0 win over Davis & Elkins (Aug. 31)...Scored a goal in a 5-0 win over Chowan (Sept. 8). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from The Blandford School in Dorset, England. PERSONAL Son of Gregory and Beryl Taafe...Has yet to declare a major...Has two brothers. Taafe’s Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 2008 6 1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 2009 21 4 4 1 9 12 .333 7 .583 0 0-0 Career 27 5 4 1 9 13 .308 0 0-0

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JOSEPH

TOBY

20

Midfielder 5-10 • 172 • Sophomore Freetown, Sierra Leone Wolfson HS

RS-FRESHMAN Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Year... Played and started in 21 matches...Scored four goals and tied for the team lead with six assists... Scored three game-winning goals...Tallied two assists in a 4-1 win over Clayton State (Sept. 26)...Scored the game-winner in a 3-2 victory over Montevallo (Nov. 6) in the conference semifinal...Notched game game-winners vs. Eckerd (Oct. 7) and at Georgia Southwestern (Oct. 28). FRESHMAN Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Samuel W. Wolfson High School in Jacksonville...Lettered all four years in soccer... Scored a game-winning goal against Bartram Trail in the District 3-5A semifinals in 2007...Selected as the team’s MVP as a senior...A teammate of Flagler’s Arnel Selman at Wolfson...Played for head coach Todd Tinsley. CLUB TEAM Played for the Jacksonville Jaguars Soccer Club. PERSONAL A communication major...A native of Sierra Leone, Africa...Lists “The Expendables” as his favorite movie. Toby’s Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 2009 21 21 4 6 14 48 .083 19 .396 3 0-0 Career 21 21 4 6 14 48 .083 19 .396 3 0-0

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CAMERON

WILL Forward 5-9 • 155 • Junior Osteen, Fla. Pine Ridge HS

SOPHOMORE Played in 19 matches with three starts...Had two shots vs. Montevallo (Sept. 12). FRESHMAN Played in six matches with one start. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Pine Ridge High School in Deltona, Fla...Lettered all four years in soccer and once in football...Scored 21 goals and tallied eight assists as a senior...A first-team all-county selection as a senior...Named Daytona NewsJournal Player of the Week (Dec. 20, 2007)...An honorable mention all-county as a junior...Team MVP, captain and was the recipient of the Wendy’s Heisman Trophy as a senior...Offensive Player of the Year as a junior...Played for coaches Mike Menard and Casey Korkus. PERSONAL Son of Brian and Lena Will...An accounting major...Has two sisters...His sister, Brittany, is a freshman soccer player at Flagler...Lists “Billy Madison” as his favorite movie and Lionel Messi as his favorite athlete.

Will’s Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 2008 6 1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 2009 19 3 0 0 0 4 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 Career 25 4 0 0 0 5 .000 0 0-0

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AARON

BEERS Goalkeeper 6-4 • 184 • Junior Rockledge, Fla. Edgewood HS

NICK

DUNCAN

5

Defender 5-10 • 150 • Sophomore Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Allen D. Nease HS

SOPHOMORE Started and played the entire match against Saint Xavier (Oct. 17)...Recorded four saves.

FRESHMAN Saw time in five matches last year...Tallied two shots on goal at Florida Tech (Oct. 13).

FRESHMAN Played in and started in one match...Tallied four saves in a 2-1 win over Rollins (Oct. 22).

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Allen D. Nease High School in Ponte Vedra, Fla....Lettered four years in soccer and weightlifting...Scored 10 goals as a freshman before being moved to defender... His 108 defensive tackles as a senior were the fourth-most in the history of the program...His 231 career tackles ranks second...A two-time AllSt. Johns County honorable mention selection... Captained team as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Edgewood High School in Orlando...Lettered in soccer and basketball... Selected as the team MVP as a junior...Played club soccer for Space Coast United. PERSONAL Son of Robert and Sharon Beers...An accounting major. Beers’ Career Stats Year GP GS 2008 1 1 2009 1 1 Career 2 2

Min 90:00 90:00 180:00

GA 1 1 2

GAA 1.00 1.00 1.00

Sv 4 4 8

W-L-T 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0

Sho 0 0 0

CLUB TEAM Played for the Jacksonville Jaguars club team. PERSONAL Son of Joey and Kim Duncan...A sport management major...Has two sisters...Lists surfing and skimboarding as his hobbies...Michael Jordan is his favorite athlete...Lists “Nitro Circus” as his favorite television show. Duncan’s Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 2009 5 0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 Career 5 0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0

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KYLE

SHEARER

15

T.J.

DAY

Defender 6-2 • 175 • Junior Fernandina Beach, Fla. Fernandina Beach HS

01

Goalkeeper 6-0 • 170 • Freshman Palm Harbor, Fla. Dunedin HS

SOPHOMORE Played in nine matches...Took two shots.

FRESHMAN Redshirted.

FRESHMAN Played in three matches and started one.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Dunedin High School...Lettered in soccer and football...An honorable mention All-County selection as a senior...Helped lead club team to a pair of State Final Four appearances... Helped lead team to the State U18 title and a National Cup finals appearance...Captained football and soccer teams as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Fernandina Beach (Fla.) High School...Lettered all four years in soccer...Scored 48 goals and tallied 68 assists for 164 career points...Captained team as a senior and was selected as its “Offensive MVP”...Played for head coach Josh Dunn. PERSONAL Son of Susan Shearer...A business major...Lists Freddy Adu as his favorite athlete and pasta as his favorite food.

PERSONAL Son of Steven and Maureen Day...Has yet to declare a major...Has a sister...His favorite athlete is LeBron James...His favorite food is pizza.

OLAWALE

OLAOYE

Shearer’s Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK 2008 3 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 2009 9 0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 Career 12 1 0 0 0 0 0-0

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Midfielder 5-8 • 145 • Freshman Gainesville, Fla. Eastside HS

FRESHMAN Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Eastside High School in Gainesville... Lettered in soccer and track...Captained team soccer team as a junior and senior...Ran the 800m and 4x800 relays in track. CLUB TEAM Played for the Gainesville Soccer Alliance...Helped lead team to the Sweet 16 of the Florida State Championships. PERSONAL Son of Elisha and Linda Olaoye...Has yet to declare a major...Has two brothers and two sisters...His hobbies are playing football and monopoly and swimming...Lists favorite athlete as Nwankwo Kanu, a striker on the Nigerian National Team...His favorite food is pizza. 26

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KEVIN K

Defender 6-0 • 180 • Freshman Keller, Texas Northwest HS

Midfielder 6-0 • 168 • Freshman Portlaoise, Ireland CBS Portlaoise

FORREST

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Northwest High School in Justin, Texas...Lettered all four years in soccer...A threetime all-District 5-5A first team selection...Played and started in every game the last three years and as a senior, played every minute of each game...Two-time team captain. PERSONAL Son of Joe and Jenny Harrington...A political science/pre-law major...Has a younger sister... Lists fishing as his favorite hobby...Goal is to become an environmental lawyer...His favorite athlete is Bastian Schweinsteiger of the German National Team and Bayern Munich.

LINCOLN

LEWIS

28

Midfielder 6-1 • 170 • Freshman Tallahassee, Fla. Maclay School

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from the Maclay School in Tallahassee, Fla....Lettered three years in soccer, one in lacrosse, one in football and one in track...A three-time all-Big Bend selection...Named to the FACA All-State Team for Class 2A...Captained the team as a senior and named the team’s most offensive player as a junior after scoring 23 goals and tallying 16 assists. PERSONAL Son of Brad and Amy Lewis...A history major... Lists Landon Donovan as his favorite athlete... Three Days Grace is his favorite music group... Steak is his favorite food. 2010 Men’s Soccer

KEENAN K

16

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Colaiste Ide in Dublin, Ireland...Played in 24 games and scored eight goals...Helped lead team to the All-Ireland final...Also lead team to Leinster title...Helped team remain undefeated at the John Talley Showcase in Memphis...Prepped at CBS Portlaoise...Played in 27 games and scored 15 goals...A two-time GAA all-county selection... Helped lead team to three CCFL titles...Joined St. Patrick’s Athletic at age 15...Ran cross country for Ireland. PERSONAL Son of Joseph and Patricia Keenan...An elementary education major...Has a sister...Lists “Inception” as his favorite move...His favorite athlete is Roy Keane.

BRENDAN

MURPHY

19

Midfielder 6-1 • 150 • Freshman Farmingdale, N.J. Colts Neck HS

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Colts Neck (N.J.) High School... Lettered all four years in soccer and once in swimming...Scored 26 goals and added 24 assists in his career...Captained team as a senior. PERSONAL Son of Tom and Mary Murphy...A sport management major...Has a brother and three sisters...Lists Bruno Pizza as his favorite food... His favorite television show is “Gangland”...”The Hangover” is his favorite movie.

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LIAM

O’BRIEN

17

Defender 6-1 • 163 • Freshman Virginia Water, England Reading Blue Coat

PRATT

27

Midfielder 5-11 • 159 • Freshman Dublin, Ireland St. Michaels College

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from the Reading Blue Coat School in Reading, Berkshire, England...Lettered all four years in soccer...Helped lead team to the Berkshire County finals in 2009-10...Captained team...Played on the Berkshire County U18 team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. Michael’s College in Dublin, Ireland...Played for the St. Joseph’s Boys FC... Captained team for two seasons....Helped lead St. Joe’s to the Dublin Schoolboys Premier title twice...Played in tournaments in Japan and Belgium...Also captained St. Michael’s team.

PERSONAL Son of Peter and Shelagh O’Brien...A sport management major...Has a brother...Lists John Terry and Frank Lampard as his favorite athletes.

PERSONAL Son of Maurice and Pauline Pratt...A business administration major...Has four brothers...Likes to play rugby, tennis or golf in his spare time... Lists “Friends” and “Lost” as his favorite television shows...His favorite performing artists are Kanye West and Chris Brown.

CRAIG

RILEY

25

Defender 5-9 • 155 • Freshman Ft. Worth, Texas Keller HS

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STEPHEN

ZACH

SHANAHAN

22

Forward 5-10 • 154 • Freshman Tramore, Ireland Waterford Inst. of Tech.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Keller (Texas) High School... Lettered all four years in soccer...An honorable mention all-region selection as a senior...Earned first-team all-district honors in 2010...Team captain...Scored one goal and tallied 23 assists in his career...Helped lead the Indians to three straight district titles.

HIGH SCHOOL Attended CBS Tramore...Lettered in soccer, golf and Gaelic football...A three-time team captain... Player of the Year in 2009...Helped lead team to two Munster titles and an All-Ireland title...Also attended Waterford Institute of Technology.... Has played for the Waterford United...Capped for Ireland U17 team.

PERSONAL Son of Robert Riley and Tammy Riley Higgins...A sport management major...Has a sister...Lists “Gangs of New York” as his favorite movie...His favorite food is orange chicken...Shinedown is his favorite music group.

PERSONAL Son of Paul and Libby Shanahan...A sport management major...Has a brother and a sister... Lists “Entourage” as his favorite television show...”The Hangover” is his favorite move...Lists pizza as his favorite food.

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JOSH

SLATTON

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Defender 6-1 • 177 • Freshman Gibsonton, Fla. East Bay HS

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from East Bay High School in Gibsonton, Fla...Lettered in soccer and golf all four years...A two-time first-team all-conference selection...Captained team. PERSONAL Son of Norman and Gennie Slatton...A sport management major...Has a sister...His favorite movie is “Never Back Down”...Lists pasta as his favorite food...His favorite athlete is David Beckham.

The Flagler College ranks among the best in all of NCAA Division II in home match attendance.

2009 NCAA DIVISION II HOME ATTENDANCE LEADERS Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Team .......................... Games Cal. St.-Stanislaus ............ 10 Fort Lewis ....................... 15 Midwestern State ............. 10 Tampa ............................. 9 UC-San Diego .................. 11 Rollins............................. 13 Cal. State-Chico ................ 9 Rockhurst ......................... 8 Millersville ........................ 9 Barry ............................... 8 Incarnate Word ................ 10 Sonoma State ................... 9 Slippery Rock ................... 23 Southern New Hampshire .. 14 Montevallo ........................ 9 Saint Leo.......................... 9 Mesa State ...................... 10 Bellarmine ........................ 9 Drury .............................. 15 St. Mary’s (Texas)............. 10 Flagler .............................9 West Florida...................... 9 Nova Southeastern ........... 12 LeMoyne ......................... 15

2010 Men’s Soccer

Total 8,879 11,583 6,880 4,616 5,572 6,330 4,111 3,598 3,667 3,220 3,926 3,266 4,270 4,910 3,022 2,868 2,979 2,619 4,350 2,825 2,509 2,507 3,300 4,068

Avg. 888 772 688 513 507 487 457 450 407 403 393 363 356 351 336 319 298 291 290 283 279 279 275 271

25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Western Washington ......... 10 Southern Connecticut ........ 11 Cal. State-L.A. ................. 13 Seattle Pacific .................. 10 Dowling........................... 10 Newman ......................... 10 Molloy .............................. 6 Lewis .............................. 10 Truman ............................ 7 Harding ............................ 8 Franklin Pierce ................. 11 Northern Kentucky............ 10 St. Edward’s ..................... 9 Carson-Newman ............... 10 Cal Poly-Pomona .............. 10 East Stroudsburg............... 9

2,590 2,793 3,190 2,420 2,369 2,358 1,411 2,329 1,621 1,850 2,523 2,288 2,045 2,263 2,245 1,980

259 254 245 242 237 236 235 233 232 231 229 229 227 226 225 220

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2009 RECAP Flagler College was one of the two newcomers to the Peach Belt Conference, but there was little respect given to the Saints in the preseason coaches poll. Flagler was picked to finish seventh in the nine-team conference and they even garnered a last place vote. The Saints also did not have a representative on the preseason all-conference team. That was all the team needed to get fired up for the season. So, what did the Saints do? They won the regular season title with a 7-1 mark, played to a draw in the conference title game before losing on penalty kicks and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time. However, a slow start (0-2-1) greeted a young Flagler team. The conference opener vs. Montevallo, a fellow newcomer to the Peach Belt, on Sept. 12 is where Flagler turned its season around. Steven Carothers broke a 1-all tie with a little over 16 minutes left in regulation to give Flagler its first conference win. It was a physical match with a combined 41 fouls and 10 cards handed out. The first two matches the Saints played, they were only whistled for a combined 13 fouls. Against Montevallo, Flagler committed 23 fouls. After suffering a tough 2-1 loss at No. 18 Rollins, Flagler posted six wins in a row, its longest win streak since the start of the 2003 season. In four-of-the-six wins, the Saints shut out the opposition. Flagler started the streak with a 3-0 conference win at UNC Pembroke. Johan Bergfeld got the Saints on the board quickly with a goal in the fourth minute and goalkeeper Matt Gilman kept the Braves out of the net with two saves and received help from his defense twice on team saves. The Saints got to .500 with a hard-fought 1-0 win at Saint Leo in the heat on Sept. 23. Conor Killeen scored five minutes into the contest and that goal held up for the entire 90 minutes. Gilman, who had earned PBC Goalkeeper of the Week honors a day prior, turned in yet another solid performance with three saves. The beat went on with a pair of wins at home against Clayton State (4-1) and former rival Embry-Riddle (2-0) who was ranked No. 15 by the NAIA at the time. The Saints went on the road and rolled past USC Aiken 3-0 and downed Eckerd at home 2-1. The team Flagler had circled on its calendar since the start of the season, Lander, was next. Lander was the pre-season co-favorite, along with Francis Marion, and just had enough to upend Flagler 1-0 on a warm night in St. Augustine. The Saints wanted another shot at the Bearcats, but they would have to wait until the post-season tournament. Flagler answered by going down to Melbourne and beat Florida Tech 2-1 in double overtime. Killeen blasted a shot from 25 yards out that slipped through the hands of the Panthers’ keeper. The Saints then clashed with the Cougars of St. Xavier, a team Flagler had defeated five years in a row. St. Xavier escaped with a 1-0 win in a match that saw 12 cards handed out, including five reds. Not happy with their previous showing, the Saints trounced the Moccasins of Florida Southern 6-1. Mack Hough scored two goals in just over a minute apart and Greg Taafe added a pair of second half goals. The win started another six-match win streak. In the battle of the Saints, Flagler came away with a 2-1 win at North Georgia which gave head coach John Lynch his 100th win at Flagler. Pol Berenguer put Flagler ahead 2-0 with his goal in the 62nd minute. Flagler wrapped up the regular season with a 2-0 win at Georgia Southwestern and then won the regular season title with a tough 3-1 victory over preseason co-favorite Francis Marion on “Senior Night.” The Saints offense proved to be too formidable for the Patriots. Having earned the No. 1 seed, a re-match against North Georgia, the No. 8 seed, ensued in the first round of the conference tournament at Flagler. The two teams went scoreless for the first 90, but Hough broke the tie with a goal just over one minute into the first overtime period for the win. Gilman notched his sixth shutout of the season as he saved three shots. The semifinals and finals were played at Evans, Ga., and Flagler would meet up again against Montevallo. The Saints never trailed, but Joseph Toby broke the tie with a goal in the 83rd minute to give Flagler a 3-2 win. Up next was the title game against the only conference team to beat them - Lander. The Saints trailed early, but Hough answered with a goal in the 15th minute and then Berenguer put Flagler ahead with a goal in the 59th minute. The Bearcats got the equalizer in the 62nd minute and that was the end of the scoring through regulation and two overtime periods. The match went to penalty kicks and Lander put the ball in the net four times while Flagler scored three times. Flagler still earned an at-large berth to the Southeast Regional, but lost the first round match at Wingate 4-0 and ended the season 14-6-2. Lynch was selected as the PBC and the NSCAA Southeast Region Coach of the Year and Toby the PBC Freshman of the Year. Berenguer, Bergfeld, Killeen and Kevin Partel were all selected to the all-conference team.

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2009 Flagler College Men's Soccer Flagler Combined Team Statistics (FINAL) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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* * * # # # %

Date Aug 28 Sep 04 Sep 06 Sep 12 Sep 16 Sep 19 Sep 23 Sep 26 Sep 30 Oct 03 Oct 07 Oct 10 Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 21 Oct 24 Oct 28 Oct 31 Nov 03 Nov 06 Nov 08 Nov 11

Opponent at #20 West Florida at Anderson vs Barry MONTEVALLO at #18 Rollins at UNC Pembroke at St. Leo CLAYTON ST. #15 EMBRY-RIDDLE (FL) at USCA ECKERD LANDER at Florida Tech SAINT XAVIER FLORIDA SOUTHERN at North Georgia at Ga. Southwestern FRANCIS MARION NORTH GEORGIA vs Montevallo vs Lander at Wingate

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game GOAL BREAKDOWN Penalty Unassisted Overtime CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Fouls Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 14-6-2 7-1 7-5-2

L L To2 W L W W W W W W L Wo2 L W W W W Wot W To2 L

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

Att. 337 97 45 147 198 176 381 487 393 213 139 247 108 203 93 93 94 403 397 165 202 76

FCM

OPP

42-333 1.91 .126 141-333 .423 15.1

29-305 1.32 .095 113-305 .370 13.9

2 8 2 96 6 2-3 51

3 12 0 120 3 3-3 26

295 42 3 2509 9/279 3/137

301 46 7 1773 10/177

HOME 7-2 3-1 4-1 ##

Player

14 10 20 17 11 9 23 8 7 2 3 19 13 18 4 16 6 15 5 12 1 0

Hough, Mack Berenguer, Pol Toby, Joseph Frandsen, Will Killeen, Conor Taafe, Greg Murphy, Eammon Bergfeld, Johan Burke, Danny Jackson, Adam Partel, Kevin Carothers, Steven Selman, Arnel Endrizzi, Ryan Reid, Dan Cassin, Eoin Will, Cameron Shearer, Kyle Duncan, Nick x-Miller, Julian x-Volpi, Zach Gilman, Matt Total Opponents

Goalie 1 x-Volpi, Zach 00 Beers, Aaron 0 Gilman, Matt ##

Total Opponents

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

gp g a pts sh 22 10 4 24 41 22 7 2 16 24 21 4 6 14 48 22 4 4 12 52 20 3 6 12 36 21 4 1 9 12 18 3 1 7 32 22 2 2 6 20 21 1 3 5 9 20 2 0 4 7 22 1 1 3 8 19 1 0 2 5 12 0 2 2 15 17 0 2 2 6 13 0 1 1 1 16 0 0 0 8 19 0 0 0 4 9 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 22 42 35 119 333 22 29 19 77 305 GP 3 1 20 22 22

Min. 179:14 90:00 1766:09 2035:23 2035:23

GA

1 1 27 29 42

sh%

sog sog% gw pk-att

.244 19 .463 2 .292 12 .500 3 .083 19 .396 3 .077 20 .385 1 .083 18 .500 2 .333 7 .583 0 .094 11 .344 0 .100 8 .400 2 .111 3 .333 0 .286 5 .714 0 .125 3 .375 0 .200 2 .400 1 .000 8 .533 0 .000 1 .167 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .125 0 .000 1 .250 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .126 141 .423 14 .095 113 .370 6

GAAvg Saves

0.50 1.00 1.38 1.28 1.86

5 4 73 84 99

Pct

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

W-L-T

Sho

.833 0-1-1 .800 0-1-0 .730 14-4-1 .743 14-6-2 .702 6-14-2

1.0 0.0 6.0 7 4

x - inactive player Goals by Period Flagler Opponents Shots by Period Flagler Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

19 15

21 14

1 0

1 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

149 173 147 145

3 6

8 7

Saves by Period Flagler Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

39 46

42 50

1 0

2 3

Corners by Period Flagler Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

41 62

52 53

1 3

2 2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

137 148 138 159

5 4

5 0

Fouls by Period Flagler Opponents

2010 Men’s Soccer

AWAY 6-4 4-0 2-4

Total 42 29 Total 333 305 Total 84 99 Total 96 120 Total 295 301

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THE PEACH BELT CONFERENCE Now entering its third decade of existence, the Peach Belt Conference has become one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 29 national championships and 25 national finalists. Starting with only two championships in 1991, in men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 13 championship sports with the addition of women’s golf in the fall of 2009. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others, formed the Peach Belt and begin play in fall 1990. The Peach Belt was less than a year old before capturing a national championship. The Columbus State golf team took the honor by winning the 1992 national crown, the first of three golf championships the Cougars own. One year later, the Lander men’s tennis team began their record-breaking run of eight straight national titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA men’s golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06 while AASU women’s tennis has captured four titles overall. The 2008-09 season was among the conference’s most memorable. The Armstrong Atlantic State men’s and women’s tennis teams both won their respective national championships – for the second year in a row; a feat only done once before in college tennis. In addition, the Augusta State men’s basketball team became the first conference program to make back-to-back trips to the NCAA Elite Eight, Armstrong Atlantic became the first PBC volleyball team ever to advance to the Elite Eight and the North Georgia softball team was ranked #1 in the nation and reached the World Series. The seven charter members of the conference were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion University, Georgia College & State University, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC Upstate. The name Peach Belt Athletic Conference was adopted in January of 1990 and modified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000. Augusta State joined the conference in 1991 and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, Clayton State University on July 1, 1995 and the University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. Kennesaw State and North Florida departed for the Division I ranks in 2005, USC Upstate did the same in 2007, and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern State University in 2006. In 2009-10, the Peach Belt grew once again with the addition of the University of Montevallo and Flagler College, giving the PBC 13 members, the most the league has ever had. The addition of the two schools returns the PBC to the state of Florida and expands the league into Alabama for the first time. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC commissioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged with continuing the strong growth of the conference as its second era begins. Dr. David Potter, president of North Georgia College & State University, returns as the president of the Peach Belt in 2009-10. The conference currently holds championships in 13 sports, six for men and seven for women. They are men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf. 32

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2009 PEACH BELT CONFERENCE STANDINGS School $*Flagler $*Lander *Clayton State *Montevallo *Francis Marion *UNC Pembroke *USC Aiken *North Georgia Ga. Southwestern

Conference W-L-T TP 7-1-0 21 6-1-1 19 5-2-1 16 5-3-0 15 4-2-2 14 3-4-1 10 2-6-0 6 1-6-1 4 0-8-0 0

Overall W-L-T Pct. 14-6-2 .682 12-6-2 .650 11-6-1 .639 10-7-1 .583 11-5-3 .658 8-8-2 .500 7-11-1 .395 5-11-1 .324 2-16-0 .111

2009 PEACH BELT AWARD WINNERS Co-Players of the Year Adam Arthur, Lander Kyle Timm, Clayton State Freshman of the Year Joseph Toby, Flagler Coach of the Year John Lynch Flagler

$ NCAA Tournament Participant * Peach Belt Tournament NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS Opening Round: Wingate def. Flagler, 4-0 Carson-Newman def. Lander, 2-0

2009 ALL-PEACH BELT MEN’S SOCCER TEAM FIRST TEAM

Player Aaron Brittain Andy Pullin Nathaniel Foster Adam Arthur Kyle Clinton Kyle Timm Liam Brown Ben Chedgy Jamie Ramm David Christofoli Johan Bergfeld Craig Hughes

SECOND TEAM

Player Leighton Fredericks Pol Berenguer Milan Pualic Troy Watson Ivan Juric John Lesko Kevin Partel Rade Tanaskovic Conor Killeen Juan Rivas

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School Lander UNC Pembroke Montevallo Lander Francis Marion Clayton State Clayton State North Georgia Lander Clayton State Flagler Lander

Year Junior Sophomore Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Sophomore Junior

Position Forward Forward Forward Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Defender Defender Defender Goalkeeper At-Large At-Large

Hometown Cleveland, England Guatemala City, Guatemala Brampton, Ontario York, England Safety Harbor, Fla. Johannesburg, South Africa Glasgow, Scotland Somerset, England Scarborough, England Johannesburg, South Africa Akers Styckebruk, Sweden Sunderland, England

School Clayton State Flagler Montevallo USC Aiken Francis Marion USC Aiken Flagler North Georgia Flagler Francis Marion

Year Sophomore Sophomore Junior Junior Junior Senior Junior Sophomore Junior Junior

Position Forward Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Defender Defender Defender Goalkeeper At-Large At-Large

Hometown Durban, South Africa Barcelona, Spain Subotica, Serbia Kingston, Jamaica Toronto, Ontario Richland, Wash. St. Augustine, Fla. Barzilovica, Serbia Dublin, Ireland Clearwater, Fla.

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> Lees-McRae Bobcats

> King Tornado

> Montevallo Falcons

> Wingate Bulldogs

Sept. 3 • 7 p.m. • Banner Elk, N.C. Sept. 4 • 7 p.m. • Banner Elk, N.C. Sept. 11 • 7:30 p.m. • Montevallo, Ala. Sept. 15 • 3 p.m. • Wingate, N.C. Location: Banner Elk, N.C. Enrollment: 1,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Conference Carolinas Home Field: Tate Field Athletics Director: Craig McPhail Head Coach: Matt Thompson Career Record (Yrs.): 85-68-11 (8) Record at LMC (Yrs.): First Year Soccer Office Phone: (828) 898-8801 2009 Record: 18-3-2 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 8-1-1/1st 2009 Postseason: NCAA runners-up Top returnees: Richard Guffens (6-5,

Location: Bristol, Tenn. Enrollment: 1,803 Affiliation: NCAA Division II/NCCAA Conference: Independent Home Field: Parks Field Athletics Director: Susie Toomey Head Coach: Matt Lavinder Career Record (Yrs.): 106-70-13 (10) Record at KC (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (423) 652-4815 2009 Record: 10-8-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: n/a 2009 Postseason: NCCAA regional semis Top returnees: Jessus Ebanks (So., F);

Location: Montevallo, Ala. Enrollment: 3,100 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: Varsity Field Athletics Director: Jim Herlihy Head Coach: TBA Career Record (Yrs.): n/a Record at UM (Yrs.): First Year Soccer Office Phone: (205) 665-6600 2009 Record: 10-7-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-3/4th 2009 Postseason: PBC semifinals Top returnees: Nathaniel Foster (5-9,

Location: Wingate, N.C. Enrollment: 2,159 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: South Atlantic Home Field: WU Soccer Complex Athletics Director: Steve Poston Head Coach: Gary Hamill Career Record (Yrs.): 216-110-20 (17) Record at WU (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (704) 233-8175 2009 Record: 13-5-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-1-1/t2nd 2009 Postseason: NCAA regionals Top returnees: Luke Mulholland (5-7,

SID: Kevin Young Office Phone: (828) 898-3510 E-mail: youngk@lmc.edu Athletics Website: lmcbobcats.com Series record: First meeting Last meeting: First meeting

SID: Gene Renfro Office Phone: (423) 652-6368 E-mail: gerenfro@king.edu Athletics Website: kingtornado.com Series record: First meeting Last meeting: First meeting

SID: Sean Forrester Office Phone: (205) 665-6606 E-mail: sforrester1@montevallo.edu Athletics Website: montevallofalcons.com Series record: 2-0 Last meeting: W, 3-2 (11/6/09)

SID: David Sherwood Office Phone: (704) 233-8186 E-mail: dsherwod@wingate.edu Athletics Website: wingatebulldogs.com Series record: 0-1 Last meeting: L, 0-4 (11/11/09)

> UNC Pembroke Braves

> Coker Cobras

> Clayton State Lakers

> Rollins Tars

Sr., F); David Palmer (5-10, Jr., MF); Jamie Danny McBride (Sr., F/MF); Mason Lavallet Bladen (6-0, So., MF) (So., MF/F)

Sr., F); Robert Mueller (6-0, Sr., GK); Milan Sr., MF); Jamie McKenna (5-8, Sr., F); Joey Pualic (6-1, Sr., MF) Calandra (5-11, Sr., GK)

Sept. 18 • 7 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla. Sept. 21 • 4 p.m. • Hartsville, S.C. Sept. 25 • 7:30 p.m. • Morrow, Ga. Sept. 29 • 7 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla. Location: Pembroke, N.C. Enrollment: 6,664 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: Varsity Grounds Athletics Director: Dan Kenney Head Coach: Phil Hindson Career Record (Yrs.): 5-11-1 (1) Record at UNCP (Yrs.): First Year Soccer Office Phone: (910) 775-4436 2009 Record: 8-8-2 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 3-4-1/6th 2009 Postseason: PBC quarters Top returnees: Rondell Honora (5-9,

Location: Hartsville, S.C. Enrollment: 693 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Conference Carolinas Home Field: Coker Soccer Field Athletics Director: Lynn Griffin Head Coach: Paul Leese Career Record (Yrs.): 12-5-3 (1) Record at CC (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (843) 383-8168 2009 Record: 12-5-3 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-5-1/5th 2009 Postseason: Won conf. tourn. Top returnees: Eric Stiefield (5-9, So.,

Location: Morrow, Ga. Enrollment: 6,130 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: Laker Field Athletics Director: Mason Barfield Head Coach: Pete Peterson Career Record (Yrs.): 69-32-15 (6) Record at CSU (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (678) 466-4680 2009 Record: 11-6-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-2-1/3rd 2009 Postseason: PBC semifinals Top returnees: Leighton Fredericks

Location: Winter Park, Fla. Enrollment: 1,759 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Sunshine State Home Field: Cahall-Sandspur Field Athletics Director: Pennie Parker Head Coach: Keith Buckley Career Record (Yrs.): 213-115-18 (19) Record at RC (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (407) 646-2513 2009 Record: 17-3-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/t1st 2009 Postseason: NCAA regional Top returnees: Bradley Welch (5-11,

SID: Todd Anderson Office Phone: (910) 521-6371 E-mail: todd.anderson@uncp.edu Athletics Website: uncpbraves.com Series record: 1-0 Last meeting: W, 3-0 (9/19/09)

SID: Christian Stryker Office Phone: (843) 383-8068 E-mail: cstryker@coker.edu Athletics Website: cokercobras.com Series record: First meeting Last meeting: First meeting

SID: Lee Wright Office Phone: (678) 466-4681 E-mail: leewright@clayton.edu Athletics Website: athletics.clayton.edu Series record: 1-0 Last meeting: W, 4-1 (9/26/09)

SID: Brad Plajstek Office Phone: (407) 646-2379 E-mail: bplajstek@rollins.edu Athletics Website: rollinssports.com Series record: 3-5-1 Last meeting: L, 1-2 (9/16/09)

Sr., F); Jose Abreu (6-2, Jr., MF); Daniel Bougt (6-0, So., MF)

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F); Daniel Shrizad (6-1, Sr., F); James Sweeney (5-10, So., GK)

(6-1, Jr., F); Alargie Jobe (6-6, Jr., F); Ryan Sr., MF/F); Jacob Deloach (6-0, Sr., D); Pugh (5-10, Jr., F) Aaron Rokeach (6-1, Jr., GK)

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> USC Aiken Pacers

> Lander Bearcats

> St. Xavier Cougars

Oct. 2 • 7:30 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla. Oct. 5 • 7 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla.

Oct. 9 • 3:30 p.m. • Greenwood, S.C. Oct. 15 • 7 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla.

Location: Aiken, S.C. Enrollment: 3,250 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: Pacer Pit Athletics Director: Randy Warrick Head Coach: Ike Ofoje Career Record (Yrs.): 80-158-17 (14) Record at USCA (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (803) 641-3717 2009 Record: 7-11-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-6/7th 2009 Postseason: PBC quarterfinal Top returnees: Andray Charles (6-1,

Location: Melbourne, Fla. Enrollment: 5,118 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Sunshine State Home Field: Rick Stottler Field Athletics Director: Bill Jurgens Head Coach: Robin Chan Career Record (Yrs.): 26-46-8 (5) Record at FIT (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (321) 674-8064 2009 Record: 8-9 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 3-5/t5th 2009 Postseason: SSC quarterfinal Top returnees: Stanley Abada (6-1,

Location: Greenwood, S.C. Enrollment: 2,800 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: Lander Soccer Field Athletics Director: Jeff May Head Coach: Van Taylor Career Record (Yrs.): 340-135-26 (25) Record at LU (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (864) 388-8291 2009 Record: 12-6-2 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-1-1/2nd 2009 Postseason: NCAA regionals Top returnees: Aaron Brittain (Sr., F);

Location: Chicago, Ill. Enrollment: 5,057 Affiliation: NAIA Conference: Chicagoland Collegiate Home Field: Bruce R. Deaton Memorial Field Athletics Director: Bob Hallberg Head Coach: Ed Vucinic Career Record (Yrs.): 61-53-7 (6) Record at SXU (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (773) 298-3775 2009 Record: 13-5-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-2-1/2nd 2009 Postseason: CCAC semifinals Top returnees: Al Palar (5-10, Jr.,

SID: Brian Hand Office Phone: (803) 641-3252 E-mail: bhand@usca.edu Athletics Website: pacersports.com Series record: 1-0 Last meeting: W, 3-0 (10/30/09)

SID: Rebecca Vick Office Phone: (321) 674-7484 E-mail: rvick@fit.edu Athletics Website: floridatechsports.com Series record: 6-4 Last meeting: W, 2-1 (2ot) (10/13/09)

SID: Bob Stoner Office Phone: (864) 388-8962 E-mail: bstoner@lander.edu Athletics Website: landerbearcats.com Series record: 1-1-1 Last meeting: T, 2-2 (2ot) (11/8/09)

SID: Rob Huizenga Office Phone: (773) 298-3110 E-mail: huizenga@sxu.edu Athletics Website: www.sxu.edu Series record: 5-1 Last meeting: L, 0-1 (10/17/09)

> Tampa Spartans

> North Georgia Saints

> Ga. Southwestern > Francis Marion Hurricanes Patriots

Sr., GK); Troy Watson (6-0, Sr., MF); Brett Van Pelt (6-2, So., F)

Sr., F); David Tuftt (6-3, Sr., D); Derrick Hackett (6-3, Jr., GK)

Matthew Atkinson (Jr., GK); Jamie Davison (Sr., MF)

MF/F); Adrian Guzman (5-8, Jr., MF); Ben Johnson (5-8, Sr., MF)

Oct. 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla. Oct. 23 • 7 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla.

Oct. 27 • 7:30 p.m. • St. Augustine, Fla.

Oct. 30 • 3 p.m. • Florence, S.C.

Location: Tampa, Fla. Enrollment: 6,200 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Sunshine State Home Field: Pepin Stadium Athletics Director: Larry Marfise Head Coach: Adrian Bush Career Record (Yrs.): 63-28-7 (5) Record at UT (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (813) 257-3488 2009 Record: 17-3-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/t1st 2009 Postseason: NCAA quarters Top returnees: Lister Warren (6-1,

Location: Dahlonega, Ga. Enrollment: 5,227 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: NGCSU Soccer Complex Athletics Director: Lindsay Reeves Head Coach: Patrice Parris Career Record (Yrs.): 21-32-3 (3) Record at NGCSU (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (706) 867-3282 2009 Record: 5-11-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 1-6-1/8th 2009 Postseason: PBC quarters Top returnees: Rade Tanaskovic (5-9,

Location: Americus, Ga. Enrollment: 2,457 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: Tate Field Athletics Director: Jaclyn Kaylor Head Coach: Warren Russ Career Record (Yrs.): 5-49 (3) Record at GSW (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (229) 931-7006 2009 Record: 2-16 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 0-8/9th 2009 Postseason: none Top returnees: Sean Howe (6-0, Sr.,

Location: Florence, S.C. Enrollment: 4,019 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt Home Field: FMU Soccer Field Athletics Director: Murray Hartzler Head Coach: Kevin Varnado Career Record (Yrs.): 30-22-7 (3) Record at FMU (Yrs.): Same Soccer Office Phone: (843) 661-1241 2009 Record: 11-5-3 2009 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-2-2/5th 2009 Postseason: PBC quarters Top returnees: Clark Richeson (6-1,

SID: Tom Kolbe Office Phone: (813) 257-3473 E-mail: tkolbe@ut.edu Athletics Website: tampaspartans.com Series record: 2-10-1 Last meeting: L, 0-4 (10/17/08)

SID: David Beall Office Phone: (706) 867-3250 E-mail: jdbeall@ngcsu.edu Athletics Website: saintssports.com Series record: 2-0 Last meeting: W, 1-0 (11/3/09)

SID: Keith Michlig Office Phone: (229) 931-2217 E-mail: kmichlig@canes.gsw.edu Athletics Website: gswcanes.com Series record: 2-0 Last meeting: W, 2-0 (10/28/09)

SID: Michael Hawkins Office Phone: (843) 661-1222 E-mail: mhawkins@fmarion.edu Athletics Website: fmupatriots.com Series record: 1-0 Last meeting: W, 3-1 (10/31/09)

Sr., F); Ryan Griffin (6-3, Jr., MF); Dominic Goncalves (5-8, So., D)

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> Florida Tech Panthers

Jr., GK); Juan Hurtado (5-6, So., MF); Chris D); Ross Sellers (5-11, So., F); Taylor Griffith (5-9, Jr., MF) Jennings (5-10, Sr., F)

Sr., GK); Chris Foltanski (5-7, Sr., MF); Juan Rivas (5-8, Sr., F)

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FLAGLER COLLEGE Founded in 1968, Flagler College started as an all-women’s liberal arts college in the heart of historic St. Augustine, “the nation’s oldest city.” Its main building, Ponce Hall, is a National Historic Landmark - the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, built by the College’s namesake - Henry Morrison Flagler - in 1887. Flagler has experienced growth since its modest inception marked by several new buildings on campus. The newest buildings are the Ringhaver Student Center and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum. The multimillion dollar Gamache-Koger Theatre is in the Ringhaver Student Center along with a lounge area, Bugg’s Bistro, pool and tennis table area, as well as several classrooms and administrative offices. Flagler has been recognized as one of the country’s best by several noted magazines, including the highly regarded Princeton Review, which has ranked Flagler among its best colleges every year since 2003. The cost is another feature that sets the College apart from many other colleges and universities. A Flagler education offers excellent value. The cost is almost half that of other comparable private colleges and on par with many large public universities. More than 85 percent of Flagler students receive financial aid in one form or another. Flagler offers 24 majors and 29 minors in selected fields emphasizing the liberal arts, education, business and law. Its student-faculty ratio is 21 to 1 and more than 94 percent of all classes have 35 or fewer students. Flagler also boasts of nationally acclaimed programs: Deaf Education and Sport Management. The Sport Management major was the first to be approved by the Sport Management Program Review Council. The Society for Advancement of Management chapter has won eight national titles and the Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team recently took home a national championship. Students have also chosen to study abroad in countries like: Australia, Belize, England, France, Italy, Peru and countless other countries around the world. Living on campus is a significant part of the educational experience. Flagler requires all freshmen live on campus. Flagler’s residence hall for women is Ponce Hall while the men reside in Lewis House or Cedar Hall. Recently, the College purchased the Florida East Coast Railway Buildings and converted them in to residence halls. The Flagler campus is located four miles from the Atlantic Ocean and is in the historic downtown of St. Augustine with shops, restaurants and the Intercoastal Waterway just a short walk away. Metro areas, Jacksonville and Daytona Beach, are 35 miles to the north and 55 miles to the south, respectively. Graduates of Flagler lead with integrity, honor and distinction. 2010 Men’s Soccer

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ST. AUGUSTINE THE NATION’S OLDEST CITY In April of 1513, the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon landed, looking for the island of Bimini. The exact spot of where he landed is not certain, but is believed to be somewhere between Cape Canaveral and the mouth of the St. Johns River. Ponce de Leon’s stay was brief as it was during the Easter season, known as the Pascua Florida, so he named his discovery La Florida. French Protestants, known as the Huguenots, came to northeast Florida in 1562. They were led by Jean Ribault with a goal of establishing a colony. However, due to starvation and mutiny, the settlers left to return to France. A much larger, and better fortified, contingent came back to the area and built Fort Caroline where the previous settlement was located. Learning of France’s attempt to settle in what was deemed Spanish territory, King Phillip sent Admiral General Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles to ensure Spain’s hold on the area. During the late summer of 1565, Menendez, with five ships, searched the coastline for French settlements and was directed north to “the River of Dolphins”, as referred to by the French. On August 28, the feast day of St. Augustine, Menendez sailed through the inlet and claimed the land in honor of the saint. He finally found about 70-80 Frenchmen on Oct. 10, where they were surrounded and then executed. The inlet is called Mantanzas - the place of slaughters. Battles with the French, the native Timucuan tribe and the English would follow. On Oct. 2, 1672, work began on the Castillo de San Marcos. The project was completed almost 23 years later. In 1763, Spain lost its rights to St. Augustine to England via the Treaty of Paris, but Spain would regain its claim after the American Revolution ended. Spain’s rule came to an end on July 10, 1821 when an American detachment came in to St. Augustine and were given possession of the Castillo de San Marcos. During the winter of 1884, Henry M. Flagler would forever change the scope of St. Augustine. The cofounder of Standard Oil of New Jersey, Flagler was one of the richest men in America. A year later, he returned to St. Augustine with the goal of building a luxury resort. On Jan. 10, 1888, the Ponce de Leon Hotel opened. The country’s wealthy flocked to St. Augustine which forced Flagler to construct another hotel, the Alcazar Hotel, and also bought the Casa Monica Hotel across the street and renamed it the Cordova. Today, St. Augustine is home to 12,284 people and is a bustling tourist haven. Many flock to St. George Street (pictured to the right) and its many restaurants and shops. Many more will head to St. Augustine Beach (pictured top right) and the pier. 38

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WILLIAM T. ABARE Flagler College President President William T. Abare, Jr., Ed.D., began his career with Flagler College in 1971 and his position as President of Flagler College in 2001. Prior to assuming his position as the institution’s chief executive officer, President Abare served as the executive vice president and dean of academic affairs for 12 years. President Abare earned his bachelor’s degree from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, his master’s degree from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, and his doctorate from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale. President Abare serves as Vice-Chairman of the Council of Presidents of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF) and is also Chairman of the ICUF Legislative Committee. He is a member of the board of trustees of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is called upon frequently to chair visiting committees for institutions seeking reaffirmation of accreditation by the regional accrediting body. He is a past president of the board of directors of the Florida Association of Colleges and Universities (FACU) and is a member of the Council of Independent Colleges and the National Association of Colleges and Universities. President Abare has been active in professional organizations related to admissions, financial aid, student services, and academic affairs, and he has been 2010 Men’s Soccer

involved in state policy matters related to accountability, assessment, articulation, funding of higher education, and student financial aid. He has served as a member of the Higher Education Funding Advisory Council and of the K-20 Accountability Task Force for the Florida Department of Education. President Abare is also active in the local community. He is Vice Chairman of the Flagler Health Care System, the parent organization for Flagler Hospital. He serves on the board of directors for St. Johns County Welfare Federation, the Glenmoor Life Care Community, the St. Augustine Foundation, the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, the City of St. Augustine 450th Committee, and the Civil Rights Museum Committee. President Abare is a trustee of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Chamber’s Board of Governors. He is a member and past president of the Rotary Club of St. Augustine. President Abare is also a member of Memorial Presbyterian Church, an elder and a former member of the church’s board of trustees. In February of 2004, President Abare was recognized by the Alumni Association of the University of North Florida as the recipient of the 2003 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award. President Abare and his wife, Susan, have three grown children—Katherine, William, and Justin—and five grandchildren—Julia, Will, Mason, Max, and Ila. President Abare is an avid golfer and sports enthusiast.

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JUD DAMON Flagler College Director of Athletics Jud Damon enters his 14th year as a collegiate director of athletics and his second year at Flagler College in that capacity.

Cup while also landing more student-athletes on the PBC Presidential Honor Roll than any other member institution. The same year, nineof-10 teams competed in NCAA postseason competition. Six-of-the-seven team sports produced winning records, with all but one finishing in the top three in the Peach Belt.

He is the eighth athletic director at Flagler since the school began its athletics program in 1973-74.

In his eight years at SCAD, Damon saw 112 teams appear in the postseason. SCAD finished in the Top 20 of the NACDA Director’s Cup standings in each of Damon’s last four years there — including an eighth place finish in 200708. He also led SCAD’s transition from NCAA Division III to the NAIA and membership in The Sun Conference (formerly known as the Florida Sun Conference) in 2003-04. In 2003, SCAD’s athletics department was honored at the NCAA National Convention with the Josten’s/National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators Community Service Award. His emphasis on student-athlete academic achievement led to over 100 student-athletes earning Academic AllDistrict, Academic All-America or Scholar-Athlete during Damon’s tenure.

In his first year at Flagler, three teams (men’s soccer, volleyball, and women’s golf) won regular season and postseason titles as the school competed in its first season as a member of the Peach Belt Conference. Additionally, three teams (baseball and men’s and women’s basketball) were recognized by the conference with its Team Sportsmanship Award. Flagler also placed 90 student-athletes on the PBC Presidential Honor Roll which acknowledges excellence in the classroom and the playing field. Damon’s emphasis on athletics facilities enhancement has resulted in significant improvements to the Flagler Field Complex, Flagler Tennis Center, and Flagler Gymnasium. The Flagler Field Locker Room Facility, scheduled to be completed in December 2010, will house a state-of-the-art athletic training room for the care and treatment of student-athletes, in addition to modern locker room facilities for Flagler’s baseball, softball, men’s soccer, and women’s soccer teams. Significant aesthetic improvements have also been made to Flagler Gymnasium and the Flagler Tennis Center. Prior to his arrival at Flagler, Damon served as the athletics director at fellow Peach Belt Conference member institution Georgia College and State University (GCSU) in 2008-09. He served in the same capacity at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) from 2000-2008. Damon also served as the athletics director and head baseball coach at Trinity International University in Miami from 1997-2000.

He began his career in collegiate athletics as an assistant baseball coach at UMass-Amherst, from 1990 to 1992. Prior to accepting his position at Trinity, Damon served as assistant general manager of minor league franchises in the Montreal Expos and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations. In 1998, he guided the Trinity International baseball team to the National Christian College Athletic Association National Tournament and set school records for wins in 1999 and 2000. Damon earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in sport management from the University of Massachusetts. He was inducted into the University of Pennsylvania Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001. Damon and his wife Catia have three daughters, Victoria (9), Abigail (8) and Elizabeth (2).

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FLAGLER COLLEGE ATHLETICS ON THE WEB

On Oct. 18, 2006, Flagler College made the decision to take its on-line content to a new level with Internet Consulting Services, Inc., now called SIDEARM. Prior to the contract with SIDEARM, Flagler’s content was done completely “in-house.” The new look gives users instant access to live video, live stats, access to player bios and statistics, up-to-date schedule and much more. New serivces available include being able to purchase action shots from the web site. Users can select what size picture they want and all at a reasonasble cost. The web site is also accessible on mobile phones. With Flagler’s membership in the Peach Belt Conference, the College enter into the league’s live video package with Penn Atlantic. Just about every game within the conference is available through streaming live video and Flagler also broadcasts baseball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and volleyball matches. Flagler athletics is also available through social media sites Facebook and Twitter. Become a fan of Flagler Athletics on Facebook and you can be a follower on Twitter at FlaglerSports.

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Balance

Learning

The baseball team working on a house for Habitat for Humanity.

Jamie Stanish and women’s cross country coach Christy Calderon at the Jacksonville Jaguars’ NFL Experience.

Passion

Resourcefulness

The women’s volleyball team says it’s “Hammer Time” for their Habitat for Humanity project. The men’s golf team taking orders at a concession stand during one of the Jacksonville Jaguars football games.

Sportsmanship

Service The women’s soccer team and men’s soccer coach John Lynch at the Student-Athlete Olympics.

The women’s basketball team poses for a picture after helping in finishing a Habitat for Humanity house. 42

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ALL-TIME ROSTER -AAhrens, Paul (1987-90) Allard, Mike (2001-05) Almeida, Douglas (1985-86) Antrobus, Steve (1991-94) Arbogast, William (1985-88) Arenth, Jason (1987) Arnarson, Hinrik (2001) Atlason, Atli (1983-86) -BBagley, David (1978) Ballaudo, Al (1989-92) Banach, Mike (2004) Baranowski, Keith (1993-96) Barbour, Wayne (1982-84) Bartlett, Tim (1983-84) Barritt, Ian (1996-99) Barritt, Mark (1999-01) Baxter, Robert (1999-02) Beers, Aaron (2008-present) Bellomo, Riccardo (2004) Berenguer, Pol (2008-present) Bergfeld, Johan (2008-present) Beyer, Erik (1991) Bjarnason, Petur (1995-97) Bounds, Scott (1989-90) Bozovic, Nenad (1994-95) Breed, Terrell (1985) Breen, Daniel (1980) Brick, Greg (1987-89) Briones, Robert (1988-89) Broderick, Tim (1994-96) Brown, Steve (1993) Brunson, Ian (1980-84) Brunson, Jon (1980-84) Bryan, Matthew (2001-02) Burke, Danny (2006-09) Butler, Steven (1999-01) -CCameron, Nick (1995) Campana, Francis “Joe” (1983-84) Cantor, Jonathan (1996-97, 99-00) Carlsson, Johan (2003-04) Carothers, Steven (2006-09) Carter, Chadwick (2000) Cascio, Jason (2004-06) Cassin, Eoin (2006-09) Caven, Keith (1995-96) Champenoy, Jamy (1994) Chatham, James (1983) Clark, Brian (1982-83) Clark, Lance (1981) Close, Michael (2006-07) Coduto, Brian (1996-97) Cohen, David (1993-94) Coleman, Donald (1989-90) Converse, Robert (1980) Cooper, Caleb (2000-03) Cope, Henry (1981) Craige, Mark (1984) Craige, Scott (1984) Cummings, Patrick (1978) 2010 Men’s Soccer

Cuttiford, Thomas (1998-01) -DDate, Terrence (1978) Day, Thomas (1998-00) DeIuliss, Michael (1982-83) Destoppelaire, Justin (1992) Diaz, Paul (1985-86) Doney, Konstadin (1981-83) Donovan, James (1997) Dresler, Zach (1999) Duncan, Nick (2009-present) Dyson, James (1989) -EEdgecox, Kevin (1990-92) Edwards, Jay (1993-94) Ehmann, Denis (2003, 05) Eichner, Stephen (1984) Endrizzi, Ryan (2006-09) Ericsson, Fredrik (2005-08) Espina, Tomas (1998-99) Eyjolfsson, Jon Thor (1996-98) -FFederico, John (1981) Feldeworth, Kevin (1984) Ferencz, Zoltan (2000-03) Ferguson, John (1978) Flake, Logan (2004) Fiorentino, Antonio (1988) Florino, Riccardo (1999-01) Ford, Andrew (1981-84) Forson, James (2003) Fortun, Ben (1996-99) Fraley, Travis (1993) Frandsen, Will (2008-present) Freidrich, Charles (1981, 87) Frimannsson, Helgi (2000-03) Frye, Ryan (2005-06) Frye, Sean (2002-05) -GGallegos, Don (1985) Gathright, John (1980) Gay, Chandler (2008) George, Edwin (1978, 80) Gichner, David (2004-05) Gilman, Matt (2009-present) Gleason, Jeremy (2000, 02-03) Gonroff, John (1995) Goossens, Robert (07) Gormley, Sean (2005-07) Gornto, Mark (1990-91) Govin, Sean (1994-95) Griffin, Tony (1995) Griffith, David (1982-85) Groth, Kyle (1989-90) Gunnarsson, Olafur (1996-97, 99) -HHannon, William (1980-81) Harris, Scott (2007) Haule, Davis (1995)

Heil, Warren (2002) Herlihy, Scott (2002-05) Higgins, Kenneth (1987-91) Hilmarsson, Hannes (1986-87) Hoffman, Jeff (2007) Hoffman, Steven (1992) Holley, Michael (1985, 87) Holmes, Samuel (2005) Holtz, Jordan (2003-06) Holtz, Josiah (2006-07) Hough, Mack (2008-present) Houseman, Patrick (2004-05) Hovda, Eric (1988) Hughes, Glyn (1985-88) -IIafrate, David (2005-08) Idle, John (1994-95) Intek, Marcus (2007) -JJackson, Adam (2009-present) Jaramillo, Andres (2003-06) Jimenez, Benjamin (1980-81) Johnson, Scott (1993-94) Johnson, Thad (1994-95) Jonsson, Jon (1993-95) Josephik, Glenn (2006-07) -KKalff, Boris (2006-07) Keller, Thomas (1994) Kellerman, Jacob (2007) Kelly, Dennis (1991-92) Killeen, Conor (2007-present) King, Wayne (1989-92) Kivinievni, Harri (1998-99) Kline, Joshua (1994) Knop, Daniel (2004-06) Kristensen, Morten (2001-02) Krug, Jeremy (1997) Kuusisto, Alan (2001) -LLadwig, Steven (1980) Landis, Lance (1982) Lanevi, Ingemar (1982-85) Lange, Simon (2000) Langston, Luke (1991) Leinenweber, Robert (1988) Lemley, Travis (1998) Lennon, Michael (1994-97) Leton, Chad (1995-97) Levene, Ben (1997-98) Levene, Dominic (1997-98) Lindberg, Anders (2001) Logason, Steinbjorn (1995-97) -MMagee, Russell (1978) Mais, Brandt (2004-07) Manfredi, Francisco (1980-83) Manry, Paul (1995) Markovic, Peter (2000) 43


Martin, Ashley “A.J.” (2003-06) Masony, David (1997-00) Matthews, Timothy (1981) McCaffrey, Paul (1992-93) McCarthy, Casey (2000) McClure, David (1985-86) McGuirk, Niall (2000-03) Mejia, Nicolas (1999-00) Mellon, Andrew (2001) Mendez, Glenn (1990-91) Menges, David (1980-83) Meyer, Bryan (1998-99) Meyer, Teddy (1996-97, 99) Meyer, Thomas (1998-99) Miller, Brent (1992-94) Miller, Chris (1995) Miller, Geoffrey (1999-00) Miller, Hunter (2007) Monahan, Steve (1978) Moser, Brandt (1981-82) Murasko, Matthew (1982-84) Murdzev, Robert (1986) Murphy, Chris (1994) Murphy, Eammon (2008-present) Mustoe, Matthew (1992) Mychalcewycz, Peter (2000-03) Myers, Robert (1994) -NNaughton, John (1980) Nearon, Martin (1981) Nyarady, Steven (2000-03) -OO’Connor, Adam (1991) O’Connor, Kevin (1978) O’Connor, Robert (1978) O’Donnell, Ryan (1989-92) O’Keefe, Tucker (2002-05) O’Toole, John (1978) Obradovic, Daniel (1998-00) Okell, Alan (1990-93) Olney, Guy (1982) Olson, John (1994-9) Ortiz, Kip (1986) Osborn, James (1981) Ozcan, Leven (1991, 93-94)

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-PParsons, Brandon (2001-04) Partel, Kevin (2007-present) Passalacqua, Gregory (1980) Patides, Bill (1985-88) Patrickson, Neil (2004, 06-08) Paul, Michael (1994) Pein, Joachim (1982-83) Pemberton, Prentiss (1985-88) Pentland, Graeme (1983-85) Penza, Gerson (2004-06) Petursson, Kristinn (1996-99) Phillips, Jerry (1989) Pisacane, Duane (1996) Planamenta, John (1989-92) Ponset-Trenchs, Josep (2004-05) Pool, Kirk (1978) Powers, James (1998) Pownell, John (1998)

Proeschold, Scott (1985-88) Puttick, Richard (1982-85) -Q-RRafferty, Andrew (1986-87) Ransom, Tim (1978) Rathjens, J. Richard (1999-01) Ray, Dana (1985) Reid, Dan (2008-present) Reilly, Wayne (2001-02) Reynolds, James (199-91) Ricketson, Thomas Jerrod (1992) Riley, Joey (2001, 04-06) Roarke, Troy (1981-84) Rodrigues, Dennis (1981-82) Roesch, Scott (1981) Rose, Robert (1991) Rosten, Jorgen (2003-06) Rowlings, Edward (1978) Royes, Alan (1981-82) Rugnetta, Nick (2008) Ruiz, Gregorio (1990) -SSabia, Donald (1978, 80) Sanowar, Naitche (1998-00) Schaet, Edward (1984-87) Schamis, Raymond (1991) Scine, Dominic (1997) Selman, Arnel (2007-present) Sessions, Matt (1996) Shay, John (1978) Shearer, Kyle (2008-present) Shouppe, Stephen (1980) Simmons, Jesse (1995) Smith, Drew (1996) Smith, Joseph (1984) Smith, Joshua (1997-98) Smith, Karl (1998-00) Smith, Todd (1987) Stakely, William (2000) Stalin, Christian (2002-03) Stanley, David (1984-85) Stavrojohn, James (1984-86) Steele, Joshua (1990) Steffansson, Fridsteinn (1986-88) Strausser, Kelly (1989-92) Stroman, Cooper (2007) Sturgis, Luke (2004-07) Surloff, Todd (1986-89) Swanson, Russell (1986-89)

Treacy, John Paul (1991-95) Trolan, Joe (1993-94) Trumble, Kyle (2002-05) Trump, Christopher (1989-90) Turner, Scott (1983) Tuttle, Sean (1981) -U-VVan Gorden, Keith (2003) Vinciguerra, Brad (2008) Volpi, Zach (2006-09) Von Goeben, Rick (1987-90) -WWagner, Kenneth (1992-93) Wandzilak, Scott (1989-92) Wandzilak, Stephen (1992) Wenzel, Carsten (2000-02) West, Robert (1990) Whittaker, Jeff (1994) Will, Cameron (2008-present) Williams, Brook (1990) Wilson, Matthew (1991) Wilson, Weston (2002) Woodruff, Jason (1991) -X-YYankelunas, Leonard (1981-84) Yon, Dana (1988) Young, Peter (2001-04) -Z-

-TTaafe, Greg (2008-present) Tahan, Basil (1987) Talbot, John (1981) Tavani, Greg (1993-96) Tennyson, Brian (1991-94) Thenfors, Claes (2000) This, Donovan (1999-02) Thordarson, Helgi (1995) Toby, Joseph (2008-present) Tomaro, Paul (1994-96) Toussaint, Ronald (1983) Travlos, Mario (1992-95) Flagler College


RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL

t10. 7 - Ryan O’Donnell

1989

GAME RECORDS

Most Points t1. 44 - Atli Atlason (21g-1a) t1. 44 - Wayne Barbour (15-14) 3. 43 - John Paul Treacy (15-13) 4. 42 - Greg Brick (19-4) 5. 41 - Keith Caven (19-3) 6. 36 - John Paul Treacy (15-6) 7. 33 - Alan Okell (11-11) t8. 31 - Steve Nyarady (13-5) t8. 31 - Greg Brick (13-5) t10. 28 - Zoltan Ferencz (11-6) t10. 28 - Rick Von Goeben (12-4)

1985 1982 1991 1989 1996 1993 1991 2003 1988 2002 1990

Most Shutouts t1. 15 - Bill Patides t1. 15 - Joseph Campana 3. 13 - John Stockwell 4. 11 - Olafur Gunnarson 5. 9 - Jon Jonsson 6. 8 - John Stockwell t7. 7 - Peter Young t7. 7 - Kelly Strausser t7. 7 - Kelly Strausser t10. 6 - Matt Gilman t10. 6 - Olafur Gunnarson t10. 6 - Scott Bounds

1985 1983 1975 1996 1993 1974 2002 1991 1990 2009 1997 1989

Most Goals t1. 5 - Scott Craige, vs. Mercer 10/8/83 t1. 5 - Mike DeIuliis, vs. AASU 9/28/83 t3. 4 - Steve Nyarady, vs. SXU 10/18/03 t3. 4 - Ian Barritt, vs. Piedmont 9/28/97 Most Assists t1. 4 - Brian Clark, vs. FIT-JB 10/27/82 t1. 4 - Zoltan Ferencz, vs. SXU 10/18/03 t2. 3 - Scott Herlihy, vs. Fla. Tech 9/5/03 t2. 3 - Kristin Petursson, at ERAU 10/14/97 Most Points 1. 11 - Mike DeIuliis, vs. AASU 9/28/83 t2. 8 - Steve Nyarady, vs. SXU 10/18/03 t2. 8 - Ian Barritt, vs. Piedmont 9/28/97 4. 7 - Tom Cuttiford, vs. WIU 10/14/00 Most Shots 1. 11 - Zoltan Ferencz, at Rollins 9/20/03 2. 9 - Sean Gormley, vs. BPC 9/2/06 3. 8 - Wayne Reilly, vs. PBA 11/15/02 t4. 7 - Jorgen Rosten, vs. STU 11/6/04 t4. 7 - Mack Hough, vs. STU 10/12/08 t4. 7 - Joseph Toby, vs. SXU 10/17/09 7. 6 - Mack Hough, vs. Fla. Tech 9/10/08 Most Saves 1. 13 - Peter Young, vs. at Rollins 9/20/03 t2. 12 - Olatur Gunnarson, at Rollins 9/24/97 t2. 12 - Peter Young, vs. Thomas (Ga.) 10/14/02 4. 11 - Peter Young, at Wm. Carey 9/4/01 5. 9 - Chandler Gay, at Lynn 9/27/08

SEASON RECORDS Most Goals t1. 28 - Georgio Carrozza t1. 28 - Lou Giglio 3. 21 - Atli Atlason t4. 19 - Keith Caven t4. 19 - Greg Brick t6. 15 - John Paul Treacy t6. 15 - John Paul Treacy t8. 13 - Steve Nyarady t8. 13 - Greg Brick t10. 12 - Steve Nyarady t10. 12 - Steve Nyarady t10. 12 - Ian Barritt t10. 12 - Rick Von Goeben

1975 1974 1985 1996 1989 1993 1991 2003 1988 2002 2001 1997 1990

Most Assists t1. 14 - Kristin Petursson t1. 14 - Wayne Barbour 3. 13 - John Paul Treacy t4. 11 - Alan Okell t4. 11 - Paul Ahrens t4. 11 - Conor Killeen 6. 10 - Chad Leton t7. 9 - Caleb Cooper t7. 9 - Kevin Edgecox 9. 8 - Kristin Petursson t10. 7 - Andres Jaramillo t10. 7 - Zoltan Ferencz t10. 7 - Scott Herlihy t10. 7 - Tim Broderick t10. 7 - Paul Tomaro

1999 1982 1991 1991 1990 2008 1996 2002 1991 1997 2005 2003 2003 1996 1996

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Fewest Goals Allowed 1. 9 - Zach Volpi 2. 12 - Jon Jonsson 3. 13 - Chandler Gay 4. 18 - Olafur Gunnarson 5. 20 - Joseph Campana

t6. 19 - Brian Clark t10. 17 - Zoltan Ferencz t10. 17 - Ryan O’Donnell

1982-84 2000-03 1989-92

Points 1. 144 - John Paul Treacy 2. 116 - Atli Atlason 3. 96 - Steve Nyarady (43g 10a) 4. 91 - Scott Craige 5. 89 - Greg Brick (39g 11a) 6. 81 - Glyn Hughes 7. 79 - Zoltan Ferencz (31g 17a) 8. 76 - Al Ballaudo (33g 10a) 9. 73 - Alan Okell (27g 19a) 10. 68 - Michael DeIuliis

1991-95 1983-87 2000-03 1983-86 1987-89 1985-89 2000-03 1989-92 1990-93 1982-84

Saves 1. 349 - Peter Young 2. 157 - Olafur Gannarsson 3. 146 - Jordan Holtz

2001-04 1997, 99 2003-06

Shutouts 1. 21 - Jon Jonsson 2. 19 - Kelly Strausser 3. 15 - Bill Patides 4. 14 - Peter Young 5. 7 - Olafur Gunnarsson

1993-95 1989-92 1985-89 2001-04 1997, 99

TEAM RECORDS 2008 1995 2008 1996 1983

CAREER RECORDS Games Started 1. 78 - Glyn Hughes 2. 75 - Richard Puttick 3. 74 - Donny This t4. 72 - Edward Schaet t4. 72 - David Griffiths t6. 67 - Paul Ahrens t6. 67 - Bill Patides t8. 66 - Caleb Cooper t8. 66 - Alan Okell t8. 66 - Atli Atlason

1985-89 1982-86 1999-02 1984-88 1982-86 1987-90 1985-89 2000-03 1990-93 1983-87

Goals 1. 56 2. 52 3. 43 4. 39 5. 38 6. 33 7. 31 8. 28 9. 27 t10. 26 t10. 26

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John Paul Treacy Atli Atlason Steve Nyarady Greg Brick Scott Craige Al Ballaudo Zoltan Ferencz Michael DeIuliis Alan Okell Ian Barritt Rick Von Goeben

1991-95 1983-87 2000-03 1987-89 1983-86 1989-92 2000-03 1982-84 1990-93 1996-99 1987-91

Assists 1. 33 2. 31 3. 27 4. 26 5. 20 t6. 19 t6. 19 t6. 19

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Glyn Hughes John Paul Treacy Kristin Petursson Sean Murphy Chad Leton Conor Killeen Andres Jaramillo Caleb Cooper

1985-89 1991-95 1997-99 1986-90 1995-97 20072003-06 2000-03

GAME RECORDS Most Goals Scored 1. 14 - vs. Coll. of Boca Raton 1982-83 Most Assists t1. 5 - vs. Florida Southern t1. 5 - at Eckerd t3. 4 - vs. Clayton State t3. 4 - vs. Palm Beach Atlantic

10/21/09 10/28/08 9/26/09 11/1/08

Most Points 1. 17 - vs. Florida Southern 10/21/09 2. 15 - at Eckerd 10/28/08 3. 12 - vs. Palm Beach Atlantic 11/1/08 Most Shots 1. 31 - vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) 10/12/08 2. 30 - at Thomas (Ga.) 9/5/08 3. 29 - vs. St. Xavier 10/17/09 Most Saves 1. 9 - at Lynn 2. 8 - vs. Montevallo 3. 7 - vs. Clayton State 4. 6 - vs. Rollins

9/27/08 9/12/09 9/26/09 10/22/08

SEASON RECORDS Most Wins 1. 2. t3. t3. 5. t6. t6. t6. t9. t9. t9.

19 17 16 16 15 14 14 14 13 13 13

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Most Goals 1. 2. 3.

79 42 36

1983 2009 2008

Most Assists 1. 2. 3.

44 35 33

2003 2009 2008

156 (56g, 44a)

2003

337 333 296

2002 2009 2008

Most Shots on Goal 1. 166 2. 141 3. 125

2002 2009 2008

Most Saves 1.

2001

Most Points 1. Most Shots 1. 2. 3.

122

Best Goals Against Average 1. 0.79 (17 goals, 1930 min.) Most Shutouts 1. t2. t2. 4. t5. t5.

2002

12 9 9 8 7 7

1996 2002 1989 1983 2009 1975

Fewest Goals Allowed 1. 9 2. 12 3. 15 4. 18 t5. 20 t5. 20

2008 1995 2002 1996 1989 1983

Consecutive Wins 1. t2. t2.

1995 1996 1991

9 8 8

Consecutive Games Without a Loss 1. 11 2002 2. 10 1983

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Most Wins at Home t1. 13 t1. 13

1984 1983

Consecutive Wins on the Road 1. 8 2. 6 t3. 4 t3. 4

2002 2009 1985 1982

Consecutive Losses 1. 7

1998

COACHES YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

W-L-T no record 19-1-2 16-5-1 4-8-2 9-6-2 club team club team club team no record 12-5-0 16-3-1 14-5-1 13-8-1 8-7-3 13-9-0 9-9-1 13-6-0 9-9-2 14-6-1 9-10-1 10-6-1 11-7-0 12-2-0 15-3-2 12-8-0 6-11-1 10-10-0 9-10-0 8-8-3 17-4-0 12-5-2 6-11-3 6-11-0 9-10-0 2-13-2 11-5-2 14-6-2

Head Coach Ron Hall John Prince Ed Walkwitz Mitch Weiner Alex Phakos Don Tomelin Don Tomelin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Bob Moullin Chris Chamides Chris Chamides John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch John Lynch

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The 2006 Saints Flagler’s First NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Team

DIVISION II ERA RECORD BOOK The NCAA Division II era was kicked off on August 26, 2006 when Flagler opened the season on the road at Eckerd College and lost 2-1 in double overtime. Flagler did not have full membership in Division II until the 2008 season as it served a provisional membership until then. Listed below is a list of firsts. TEAM

First win ...................... vs. Brewton-Parker (8-0), 9/2/06 First back-to-back wins ..............vs. Brewton-Parker, 9/2/06 .....................................................................at Stetson, 9/6/06 First overtime match .......L, 2-1 (2OT) at Eckerd, 8/26/06

INDIVIDUAL

First shot .... Eoin Cassin (wide) at Eckerd (1:09), 8/26/06 First SOG ... Sean Gormley (saved) at Eckerd (5:52), 8/26/06 First offside ......................... at Eckerd (19:11), 8/26/06 First sub ......................Gerson Penza for Fredrik Ericsson .......................................... at Eckerd (24:44), 8/26/06 First corner kick .. Andres Jaramillo at Eckerd (26:19), 8/26/06 First goal ......... David Iafrate vs. Eckerd (77:15), 8/26/06 First assist ........Luke Sturgis vs. Eckerd (77:15), 8/26/06 First save .......... Jordan Holtz at Eckerd (14:44), 8/26/06 First shutout ...... Jordan Holtz vs. Brewton-Parker, 9/2/06 First yellow card .. Neil Patrickson at Eckerd (63:29), 8/26/06 First red card . Andres Jaramillo at Northwood (65:00), 9/22/06

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2006 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS W-L-T: 9-10-0 A. 26 S. 2 S. 6 S. 8 S. 10 S. 16 S. 19 S. 22 S. 27 S. 30 O. 4 O. 7 O. 15 O. 18 O. 21 O. 27 O. 29 N. 1 N. 4

at Eckerd ....................................... L, 1-2 (20T) BREWTON-PARKER .................................. W, 8-0 at Stetson .............................................. W, 4-1 ST. THOMAS (FLA.).................................. W, 2-0 JACKSONVILLE ....................................... W, 3-0 at Nova Southeastern ............................... L, 0-2 at Warner Southern ................................. W, 2-0 NORTHWOOD (FLA.) ................................ W, 1-0 WEBBER INTERNATIONAL ......................... L, 0-3 at Embry-Riddle ...................................... W, 1-0 at Webber International ............................ L, 3-7 SCAD ..................................................... L, 1-3 SAINT XAVIER ........................................ W, 2-1 ROLLINS ................................................ W, 2-1 at Northwood (Fla.) .................................. L, 1-4 EMBRY-RIDDLE ........................................ L, 1-2 at Winthrop ............................................. L, 0-2 at SCAD .................................................. L, 1-4 NORTH FLORIDA ...................................... L, 1-3

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DIVISION II ERA RECORD BOOK CAREER RECORDS Offensive Records

Mack Hough Fredrik Ericsson Pol Berenguer Johan Bergfeld Boris Kalff David Iafrate

6 5 5 4 4 4

Points 1 Conor Killeen 2 Mack Hough 3 Danny Burke 4 Pol Berenguer 5 Boris Kalff 6 Will Frandsen t7 Eammon Murphy t7 Sean Gormley 9 David Iafrate 10 Fredrik Ericsson

43 38 23 21 20 18 17 17 16 15

Points Per Game 1 Mack Hough 2 Conor Killeen 3 Joseph Toby 4 Boris Kalff 5 Pol Berenguer 6 Gerson Penza 7 Sean Gormley 8 Eammon Murphy 9 Andres Jaramillo 10 Will Frandsen

2007-pres. 2008-pres. Assists Per Game 1 Andres Jaramillo 2006-09 2 Conor Killeen 2008-pres. 3 Josephy Toby 2006-07 2008-pres. t4 Hunter Miller 2008-pres. t4 Joey Riley 6 Mack Hough 2006-07 7 Will Frandsen 2006-08 8 Pol Berenguer 2006-08 9 Boris Kalff 10 Dan Reid

0.35 0.35 0.29 0.17 0.17 0.15 0.15 0.13 0.12 0.11

0.97 0.78 0.67 0.62 0.55 0.53 0.49 0.47 0.47 0.45

2008-pres. 2007-pres. Shots Attempted 1 Conor Killeen 2009-pres. 2 Mack Hough 2006-07 3 Will Frandsen 2008-pres. 4 Eammon Murphy 2006 5 Danny Burke 2006-07 6 Sean Gormley 2008-pres. 7 Boris Kalff 2006 8 Joseph Toby 2008-pres. 9 Eoin Cassin 10 Fredrik Ericsson

93 84 79 68 67 65 59 48 45 44

16 12 8 8 8 8 7 6 6 6

2008-pres. 2007-pres. Shots Per Game 1 Joseph Toby 2006-07 2 Mack Hough 2006-09 3 Will Frandsen 2006-07 4 Eammon Murphy 2008-pres. 5 Sean Gormley 2008-pres. 6 Boris Kalff 2008-pres. 7 Conor Killeen 2006-09 8 Andres Jaramillo 2006-08 9 Pol Berenguer 10 Marcus Intek

2.29 2.15 1.98 1.89 1.86 1.84 1.69 1.53 1.13 1.06

0.41 0.25 0.23 0.22 0.21 0.21 0.19 0.19 0.19 0.15

2008-pres. 2006-07 Shots On Goal 1 Conor Killeen 2006-07 2 Mack Hough 2007-pres. 3 Sean Gormley 2006 4 Boris Kalff 2008-pres. 5 Will Frandsen 2008-pres. 6 Eammon Murphy 2009-pres. 7 Danny Burke 2008 8 Fredrik Ericsson 2008-pres. 9 Pol Berenguer 10 Joseph Toby

44 39 38 33 31 28 23 22 20 19

Goals 1 Mack Hough 2 Conor Killeen t3 Boris Kalff t3 Danny Burke t3 Sean Gormley t3 Pol Berenguer 7 Eamon Murphy t8 Will Frandsen t8 Eoin Cassin t8 David Iafrate Goals Per Game 1 Mack Hough 2 Boris Kalff 3 Sean Gormley 4 Conor Killeen t5 Gerson Penza t5 Pol Berenguer 7 Eammon Murphy 8 Joseph Toby 9 Brad Vinciguerra 10 Will Frandsen Game-Winning Goals t1 Mack Hough t1 Conor Killeen t1 Sean Gormley t1 Pol Berenguer 5 Joseph Toby t6 Eoin Cassin t6 Fredrik Ericsson t6 Eammon Murphy t6 Johan Bergfeld t6 Neil Patrickson t6 Danny Burke Assists 1 Conor Killeen 2 Danny Burke t3 Josephy Toby t3 Andres Jaramillo t3 Will Frandsen 48

t3 t7 t7 t9 t9 t9

4 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 19 7 6 6 6

2008-pres. 2007-pres. Shots on Goal Per Game 1 Sean Gormley 1.09 2006-07 2 Boris Kalff 1.03 2008-pres. 3 Mack Hough 1.00 2009-pres. 4 Joseph Toby 0.90 2006-09 5 Conor Killeen 0.80 2006-08 6 Eammon Murphy 0.78 2008-pres. 7 Will Frandsen 0.77 2008-pres. 8 Andres Jaramillo 0.76 2006-08 9 Pol Berenguer 0.53 2006-09 10 Fredrik Ericsson 0.42 2007-pres. Penalty Kicks Made 2006-09 t1 Eoin Cassin 2009-pres. t1 A.J. Martin 2006 2008-pres. Penalty Kick Attempts 1 Eoin Cassin

2008-pres. t2 Mack Hough 2 2006-08 t2 A.J. Martin 2 2008-pres. 2008-pres. Games Played 2006-07 1 Danny Burke 70 2006-08 2 Eoin Cassin 58 3 Conor Killeen 55 4 Ryan Endrizzi 53 2006 5 Fredrik Ericsson 52 2007-pres. 6 David Iafrate 51 2009-pres. 7 Kevin Partel 48 2007 t8 Neil Patrickson 42 2006 t8 Steven Carothers 42 2008-pres. t10 Will Frandsen 40 2008-pres. t10 Johan Bergfeld 40 2008-pres. 2006-07 Games Started 2008-pres. 1 Conor Killeen 47 2 Eoin Cassin 45 3 Fredrik Ericsson 43 2007-pres. 4 Danny Burke 41 2008-pres. 5 Johan Bergfeld 38 2008-pres. 6 Neil Patrickson 37 2008-pres. t7 David Iafrate 36 2006-09 t7 Ryan Endrizzi 36 2006-07 t9 Luke Sturgis 34 2006-07 t9 Sean Gormley 34 2009-pres. 2006-09 Goalkeeper Records 2006-08 Saves 1 Jordan Holtz 2 Josiah Holtz 3 Matt Gilman 4 Zach Volpi 5 Chandler Gay

2009-pres. 2008-pres. 2008-pres. 2008-pres. 2006-07 2006-07 Saves Per Game 2007-pres. 1 Jordan Holtz 2006 2 Josiah Holtz 2008-pres. 3 Chandler Gay 2007 4 Matt Gilman 5 Zach Volpi

2 2

2006-09 2006

3

2006-09

Jordan Holtz Zach Volpi

2006-09 2006-09 2007-pres. 2006-09 2006-08 2006-08 2007 -pres. 2006-08 2006-09 2008-pres. 2008-pres. 2007-pres. 2006-09 2006-08 2006-09 2008-pres. 2006-08 2006-08 2006-09 2006-07 2006-07

90 82 73 41 33

2006 2006-07 2009-pres. 2006-09 2008

4.74 4.10 3.67 3.65 2.56

2006 2006-07 2008 2009-pres. 2006-09

2007-pres. Save Percentage 2008-pres. 1 Jordan Holtz .732 2006-07 2 Matt Gilman .730 2006-07 3 Chandler Gay .717 2008-pres. 4 Zach Volpi .707 2008-pres. 5 Josiah Holtz .701 2006-09 2006-08 Goals Against Average 2007-09 1 Matt Gilman 1.38 2009-pres. 2 Zach Volpi 1.40 3 Chandler Gay 1.41 4 Jordan Holtz 1.80 2006-07 5 Josiah Holtz 2.18 2006-07 2008-pres. Wins 2009-pres. 1 Matt Gilman 14 2007-pres. 2 Jordan Holtz 9 2008-pres. 3 Zach Volpi 6 2008-pres. 4 Chandler Gay 4 2006-09 2007-09 Shutouts 2006-08 1 Matt Gilman 6 2 3

2008-pres. 2006

5 3

2006 2009-pres. 2008 2006-09 2006-07 2009-pres. 2006-09 2008 2006 2006-07 2009-pres. 2006 2006-08 2008 2009-pres. 2006 2006-09

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DIVISION II ERA RECORD BOOK SEASON RECORDS Offensive Records Points 1 Conor Killeen 2 Mack Hough 3 Pol Berenguer t4 Joseph Toby t4 Mack Hough t4 David Iafrate t7 Will Frandsen t7 Conor Killeen t7 Boris Kalff 10 Sean Gormley Points Per Game 1 Conor Killeen 2 Mack Hough 3 Mack Hough 4 Boris Kalff 5 David Iafrate 6 Pol Berenguer 7 Joseph Toby 8 Conor Killeen 9 Sean Gormley 10 Eammon Murphy Goals 1 Mack Hough t2 Pol Berenguer t2 Conor Killeen 4 Mack Hough t5 Sean Gormley t5 David Iafrate t5 Boris Kalff t8 Will Frandsen t8 Greg Taafe t8 Eoin Cassin t8 Gerson Penza t8 Joseph Toby t8 Danny Burke t8 Eamon Murphy Goals Per Game 1 Mack Hough 2 Conor Killeen 3 Mack Hough 4 Boris Kalff 5 Pol Berenguer t6 Sean Gormley t6 David Iafrate 8 Danny Burke t9 Eammon Murphy t9 Eoin Cassin Game-Winning Goals t1 Sean Gormley t1 Pol Berenguer t1 Joseph Toby t4 Danny Burke t4 Conor Killeen t4 Eoin Cassin t4 Johan Bergfeld t4 Mack Hough t4 Conor Killeen t4 Eammon Murphy t4 Fredrik Ericsson t4 Mack Hough

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25 24 16 14 14 14 12 12 12 11 1.39 1.09 0.82 0.80 0.74 0.73 0.67 0.60 0.58 0.56 10 7 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0.45 0.39 0.35 0.33 0.32 0.26 0.26 0.24 0.22 0.22 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Assists 1 Conor Killeen t2 Andres Jaramillo t2 Joseph Toby t2 Conor Killeen t5 David Iafrate t5 Will Frandsen t5 Mack Hough t8 Danny Burke t8 Pol Berenguer t8 Danny Burke

2008 2009 2009 2009 2008 2006 2009 Assists Per Game 1 Conor Killeen 2009 2 Andres Jaramillo 2006 3 Conor Killeen 2006 4 Joseph Toby 5 David Iafrate 6 Pol Berenguer 2008 2009 t7 Mack Hough 2008 t7 Will Frandsen 2006 t9 Danny Burke 2006 t9 Arnel Selman 2009 t9 Joey Riley 2009 t9 Hunter Miller

2009 2006 Shots 1 Will Frandsen 2008 2 Joseph Toby 3 Mack Hough 4 Mack Hough 2009 2009 t5 Conor Killeen 2008 t5 Eammon Murphy 2008 t5 Sean Gormley 8 Conor Killeen 2006 9 Boris Kalff 2006 2006 10 Eammon Murphy

2009 2009 Shots Per Game 1 Mack Hough 2008 2 Will Frandsen 2006 3 Joseph Toby 2009 4 Eammon Murphy 2006 5 Conor Killeen 2008 6 Boris Kalff 7 Sean Gormley 8 Mack Hough 2009 9 Sean Gormley 2008 2008 10 Conor Killeen 2006 2009 Shots On Goal 1 Sean Gormley 2006 2006 t2 Mack Hough 2006 t2 Will Frandsen 2008 t4 Mack Hough 2008 t4 Joseph Toby t6 Conor Killeen t6 Boris Kalff 8 Eammon Murphy 2006 9 Sean Gormley 2009 2009 t10 Boris Kalff 2008 t10 Conor Killeen

11 6 6 6 4 4 4 3 3 3 0.61 0.35 0.30 0.29 0.21 0.19 0.18 0.18 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 52 48 43 41 36 36 36 35 33 32

10 Mack Hough 0.86 2008 2006 Penalty Kicks Made 2009 1 A.J. Martin 2 2009 t2 Jorgen Rosten 1 2006 t2 Boris Kalff 1 2009 t2 Mack Hough 1 2009 t2 Eoin Cassin 1 2008 t2 Pol Berenguer 1 2008 t2 Eoin Cassin 1 2009 Penalty Kick Attempts t1 A.J. Martin 2 2008 t1 Mack Hough 2 2006 t1 Eoin Cassin 2 2009 t4 Eoin Cassin 1 2009 t4 Pol Berenguer 1 2006 t4 Boris Kalff 1 2008 t4 Jorgen Rosten 1 2009 2009 Matches Played 2008 t1 Pol Berenguer 22 2009 t1 Johan Bergfeld 22 2006 t1 Mack Hough 22 2007 t1 Kevin Partel 22 t1 Will Frandsen 22 t6 Danny Burke 21 2009 t6 Greg Taafe 21 2009 t6 Joseph Toby 21 2008 2009 Matches Started 2009 t1 Pol Berenguer 22 2008 t1 Johan Bergfeld 22 2006 t1 Will Frandsen 22 2008 4 Joseph Toby 21 2007 5 Kevin Partel 20 2009

2009 2006 2006 2007 2009 2007 2009 2008 2006 2009 2008 2007 2009 2007 2006 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Goalkeeper Records 2.53 2.36 2.29 2.00 1.94 1.94 1.89 1.86 1.81 1.80 22 20 20 19 19 18 18 17 16 15 15

2009 2008 Shots on Goal Per Game 1 Mack Hough 1.18 2009 2 Sean Gormley 1.16 2009 3 Boris Kalff 1.06 2008 1.00 2008 t4 Sean Gormley 1.00 2006 t4 Boris Kalff 6 Eammon Murphy 0.94 2008 7 Will Frandsen 0.91 8 Joseph Toby 0.90 9 Conor Killeen 0.90

2008 Saves 2009 1 Jordan Holtz 90 2009 2 Josiah Holtz 77 2008 t3 Matt Gilman 73 2008 t3 Chandler Gay 33 2007 4 Zach Volpi 26 2006 2009 Goals Against Average 2007 1 Zach Volpi 1.07 2009 2 Matt Gilman 1.38 3 Chandler Gay 1.41 2006 Wins 2008 1 Matt Gilman 2009 2 Jordan Holtz 2009 3 Zach Volpi 2009 4 Chandler Gay 2009 2007 Shutouts 2008 1 Matt Gilman 2007 2 Jordan Holtz 2006 3 Zach Volpi 2008

2006 2007 2009 2008 2008 2008 2009 2008

14 9 6 4

2009 2006 2008 2008

6 5 2

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DIVISION II ERA RECORD BOOK SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS

Points Pts ...... Player & Opponent .............................................. Date 5 ...... Mack Hough vs. Clayton State..................................9/26/09

Points Pts ...... Opponent ............................................................ Date 22 ...... vs. Brewton-Parker .................................................9/2/06

Goals Goals ...... Player & Opponent .............................................. Date 2 ...... 15 times, most recently, Mack Hough vs. Florida Southern ....10/21/09

Goals Goals ...... Opponent ............................................................ Date 8 ...... vs. Brewton-Parker .................................................9/2/06

Assists Assts. ..... Player & Opponent .............................................. Date 2 ...... 10 times, most recently, Will Frandsen vs. Fla. Southern....10/21/09

Assists Assts. ..... Opponent ............................................................ Date 6 ...... vs. Brewton-Parker .................................................9/2/06

Shots Shots ...... Player & Opponent .............................................. Date 9 ...... Sean Gormley vs. Brewton-Parker ............................9/2/06

Shots Shots ...... Opponent ............................................................ Date 31 ...... vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) ..............................................10/12/08

Shots on Goal SOG ...... Player & Opponent .............................................. Date 6 ...... Sean Gormley vs. Brewton-Parker ............................9/2/06

Shots on Goal SOG ...... Opponent ............................................................ Date 15 ...... vs. Brewton-Parker .................................................9/2/06

Saves Svs ...... Player & Opponent .............................................. Date 9 ...... 3 times, most recently, Chandler Gay at Lynn.............9/27/08

Saves Svs ...... Opponent ............................................................ Date 10 ...... 2 times, most recently, at Rollins ..............................10/19/07

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Points 1 2

119 105

2009 2008

Points Per Game 1 5.83 2 5.41

2008 2009

Goals 1 2

2009 2008

42 36

Goals Per Game 1 2.00 2 1.91

2008 2009

Game-Winning Goals 1 14 2 11

2009 2008

Assists 1 2

50

SOG Per Game 1 2

35 33

2009 2008

Assists Per Game 1 1.83 2 1.59

2008 2009

Shots Attempted 1 333 2 296

2009 2008

Shots Per Game 1 16.44 2 15.14

2008 2009

Shots On Goal 1 2

2009 2008

141 125

6.94 6.41

2008 2009

Penalty Kicks Made 1 3 t2 2 t2 2

2006 2009 2007

Penalty Kicks Attepmted t1 3 t1 3

2009 2006

Saves 1 2

97 93

2006 2007

Saves Per Game 1 5.47 2 5.11

2007 2006

Save Percentage 1 .743 2 .742

2009 2008

Goals Against Average 1 1.24 2 1.28

2008 2009

Most Wins 1 2

14 11

2009 2008

Most Losses 1 2

13 10

2007 2006

2 2 2

2007 2008 2009

Most Ties t1 t1 t1

Most Shutouts 1 2

7 6

2008 2006

Games Played 1 2

22 19

2009 2006

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ALL-TIME RESULTS (1995-present) 1995 (FSC Champs) 12-2 overall Coach: Bob Moullin West Florida W, 4-0 at Palm Beach Atlantic W, 2-0 at St. Thomas W, 2-1 at Eckerd L, 1-2 at Nova Southeastern W, 4-3 Embry-Riddle W, 4-1 Florida Southern W, 2-0 Thomas W, 5-0 at Huntington W, 3-0 Saint Leo W, 3-2 (OT) Lees-McRae W, 6-0 Webber W, 3-2 Webber# L, 2-3 #-Florida Sun Conference Tournament 1996 15-3-2 overall/4-0-2 in conf. (1st) Coach: Bob Moullin 9/7 Rollins W, 1-0 9/10 Brewton-Parker W, 4-0 9/14 Eckerd W, 5-0 9/17 at Northwood W, 2-0 9/25 at Saint Leo L, 1-3 9/28 St. Thomas T, 1-1 (OT) 10/2 at Webber W, 4-0 10/5 North Florida W, 3-0 (OT) 10/9 at Embry-Riddle W, 2-0 10/12 Nova T, 0-0 (OT) 10/19 vs. Birmingham-Southern# L, 2-5 10/20 vs. Berry# W, 2-1 10/23 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 7-0 10/26 Clayton State W, 3-1 10/29 at Thomas W, 5-2 11/2 Webber W, 2-0 (OT) N/A Webber$ W, 1-0 N/A Nova Southeastern$ W, 2-1 (OT) N/A Brewton-Parker! W, 1-0 (OT) N/A Auburn-Montgomery! L, 2-4 (OT) *-Florida Sun Conference match #-Panama City Tournament $-Conference playoffs !-Regional playoffs 1997 12-8 overall (3rd in FSC) Coach: Chris Chamides 9/4 Thomas (Ga.) W,3-1 9/7 at Florida Tech L, 0-1 9/10 at North Florida W, 1-0 9/13 at Nova Southeastern* L, 2-3 9/17 Webber* L, 2-3 9/20 at Eckerd L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/24 at Rollins W, 2-1 (2OT) 9/28 Piedmont W, 5-0 10/1 Embry-Riddle* W, 2-0 10/4 at Webber W, 3-0 10/8 at Brewton-Parker L, 0-1 10/11 Northwood* W, 6-0 10/14 at Embry-Riddle W, 4-3 (OT) 10/18 vs. Auburn-Montgomery W, 1-0 10/19 vs. Life L, 0-6 10/23 at Palm Beach Atlantic*W, 1-0 (OT) 10/26 at St. Thomas* W, 2-1 (OT) 10/29 Jacksonville L, 0-4 11/3 Saint Leo W, 3-2 11/7 at Nova Southeastern** L, 1-3 *-Florida Sun Conference match

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10/28 10/31 11/4 11/11 *-FSC

**-FSC Tournament match 1998 6-11-1 overall/4-8 in conf. (5th) Coach: Chris Chamides

#-NAIA Region XIV Tournament (at Daytona Beach)

9/1 at Thomas (Ga.) W, 6-2 9/5 North Florida L, 0-2 9/8 at Florida Tech W, 4-2 9/11 at Palm Beach Atlantic* W, 3-0 9/19 St. Thomas* L, 3-4 9/23 Brewton-Parker T, 1-1 9/26 at Webber* L, 1-2 9/30 Embry-Riddle* W, 3-2 10/2 at Northwood* L, 0-3 10/4 at St. Thomas* L, 2-3 10/10 Nova Southeastern* L, 2-3 10/17 vs. Life L, 0-3 10/18 vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 2-3 (OT) 10/21 at Embry-Riddle* L, 0-2 10/24 Palm Beach Atlantic* L, 1-2 10/28 Webber* W, 3-0 10/31 Northwood* W, 3-0 11/2 at Nova Southeastern* L, 1-2 *-Florida Sun Conference match 1999 10-10 overall (4th in FSC) Coach: John Lynch Thomas (Ga.) L, 1-3 at North Florida L, 0-5 at Webber W, 3-1 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 4-1 Northwood L, 0-2 at Brewton-Parker W, 6-0 at Embry-Riddle L, 1-3 Nova Southeastern L, 1-2 (OT) at Saint Leo L, 2-3 at Northwood W, 1-0 Rollins L, 2-4 Embry-Riddle L, 1-3 St. Thomas W, 3-2 Webber W, 4-1 Eckerd W, 3-2 at St. Thomas W, 3-2 at Palm Beach Atlantic W, 2-0 at Nova Southeastern L, 0-2 Embry-Riddle# W, 3-2 (OT) Nova Southeastern# L, 1-2 #-NAIA Region XIV Tournament 2000 9-10 overall Coach: John Lynch 9/1 9/11 9/16 9/22 9/23 9/26 9/29 9/30 10/4 10/11 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/22 10/25

at Webber International at Florida Tech at St. Thomas* at Nova Southeastern* at Northwood* Embry-Riddle* at Rollins Nova Southeastern* at Warner Southern* North Florida Webber International* William Carey Palm Beach Atlantic* Northwood* at Embry-Riddle*

W, L, L, W, W, L, L, L, W, L, W, L, L, W, W,

St. Thomas* W, 4-3 (OT) Warner Southern* W, 2-0 at Palm Beach Atlantic L, 1-3 vs. Nova Southeastern# L, 0-3 match

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

2001 8-8-3 overall/4-4-2 in conf. Coach: John Lynch 9/4 at William Carey L, 2-3 9/9 Cumberland (Ky.) W, 2-0 9/17 Embry-Riddle* T, 2-2 9/22 at St. Thomas* W, 6-1 9/26 at North Florida T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/29 Nova Southeastern* L, 0-1 10/2 Embry-Riddle* W, 4-3 (OT) 10/6 at Northwood* T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/7 at Nova Southeastern* L, 0-1 10/14 Berry L, 1-3 10/16 Warner Southern* W, 3-1 10/20 Palm Beach Atlantic* L, 0-1 10/23 at Webber International* L, 2-3 10/25 Florida Tech W, 3-1 10/27 Brewton-Parker W, 3-2 (OT) 10/30 at Stetson L, 0-3 11/3 Webber International* W, 3-2 11/10 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic# W, 2-0 11/11 vs. Embry-Riddle# L, 0-1 (OT) *-FSC match #-NAIA Region XIV (at Ft. Lauderdale) 2002 17-4 overall/11-1 in conf. (1st) Coach: John Lynch 8/31 William Carey L, 0-3 9/3 at Stetson W, 2-1 9/10 at Brewton-Parker W, 6-1 9/14 at Northwood* W, 3-1 9/18 at Webber International* W, 4-0 9/21 at Palm Beach Atlantic*W, 1-0 (OT) 9/24 Embry-Riddle* W, 2-1 9/28 at St. Thomas* W, 3-0 10/2 at Warner Southern* W, 5-1 10/5 Northwood* W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/8 at Florida Tech W, 3-0 10/14 Thomas (Ga.) W, 3-1 10/19 St. Thomas* L, 1-2 (2OT) 10/22 at Embry-Riddle* W, 3-2 10/30 Webber International* W, 3-1 11/2 Palm Beach Atlantic* W, 2-0 11/5 Warner Southern* W, 5-0 11/8 at Nova Southeastern L, 0-1 11/15 vs. PBA** W, 1-0 11/16 vs. St. Thomas** W, 2-0 11/21 vs. Mid-Continent# L, 1-2 *-Florida Sun Conference match **-FSC Tournament match #-NAIA National Tournament 2003 12-5-2 overall/6-2-2 in conf. Coach: John Lynch 8/29 8/30 9/5 9/9

Mid-Continent Thomas (Ga.) Florida Tech Warner Southern*

W, W, W, W,

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

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9/13 9/16 9/20 9/24 9/30 10/3 10/9 10/11 10/18 10/21 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/14 11/15

St. Thomas* W, 4-3 (OT) at Webber International* W, 4-0 at Rollins L, 3-4 at Warner Southern* W, 5-2 at Stetson W, 5-4 at Embry-Riddle* L, 1-2 Baker L, 0-4 at Northwood* W, 1-0 Saint Xavier W, 4-1 Webber International* W, 3-0 at St. Thomas* T, 2-2 (2OT) Embry-Riddle* T, 1-1 (2OT) Northwood* L, 0-1 St. Thomas** W, 3-2 (OT) Embry-Riddle** L, 0-5

*-Florida Sun Conference match **-NAIA Region XIV match 2004 6-11-3 overall/6-5-1 conf. (t3rd) Coach: John Lynch 8/27 vs Virginia Intermont L, 2-3 8/28 at Thomas (Ga.) T, 1-1 9/1 at Stetson L, 1-4 9/12 at Webber International* L, 0-1 9/20 Rollins College T, 4-4 (OT) 9/24 at SCAD* L, 1-2 (OT) 9/28 at Warner Southern* W, 2-1 10/2 Embry-Riddle* L, 0-3 10/6 SCAD* W, 3-1 10/10 Berry College L, 1-2 10/14 Martin Methodist L, 2-4 10/16 Lindsey Wilson L, 1-4 10/20 Warner Southern* W, 2-0 10/23 at Northwood* L, 2-3 10/26 Webber International* W, 2-1 10/30 at St Thomas* W, 3-2 11/2 at Embry-Riddle* L, 0-2 11/6 St Thomas* T, 1-1 (OT) 11/9 Northwood* W, 1-0 11/12 vs Northwood# L, 0-1 *-Florida Sun Conference game

9/2 9/6 9/8 9/10 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/7 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/27 10/29 11/1 11/4

Brewton-Parker at Stetson St. Thomas Jacksonville at Nova Southeastern at Warner Southern Northwood Webber International at Embry-Riddle at Webber International SCAD Saint Xavier Rollins at Northwood Embry-Riddle at Winthrop at SCAD North Florida

W, W, W, W, L, W, W, L, W, L, L, W, W, L, L, L, L, L,

8-0 4-1 2-0 3-0 0-2 2-0 1-0 0-3 1-0 3-7 1-3 2-1 2-1 1-4 1-2 0-2 1-4 1-3

2007 2nd year of NCAA Division II, provisional status 2-13-2 Coach: John Lynch 8/25 Eckerd College L, 0-3 8/31 at Stetson L, 0-1 9/4 Embry-Riddle T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/7 at Tampa# L, 0-2 9/9 vs. Lynn# L, 0-2 9/12 at Florida Tech L, 1-2 9/15 vs. Christian Brothers% L, 0-2 9/22 at Barry L, 1-4 9/29 SCAD L, 0-4 10/6 Thomas (Ga.) W, 2-1 10/14 Saint Xavier W, 2-1 10/19 at Rollins L, 0-1 10/20 at Saint Leo L, 1-2 (OT) 10/23 Florida Southern T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/26 at Nova Southeastern L, 2-4 11/2 Houston Baptist L, 1-6 11/3 at Jacksonville L, 0-4 #-Fitz Classic (at Tampa) %-played at Fayetteville, Ga.

9/6 vs. Barry T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/12 Montevallo* W, 2-1 9/16 at Rollins L, 1-2 9/19 at UNC Pembroke* W, 3-0 9/23 at Saint Leo W, 1-0 9/26 Clayton State* W, 4-1 9/30 Embry-Riddle W, 2-0 10/3 at USC Aiken* W, 3-0 10/7 Eckerd W, 2-1 10/10 Lander* L, 0-1 10/13 at Florida Tech W, 2-1 (2OT) 10/17 St. Xavier L, 0-1 10/21 Florida Southern W, 6-1 10/24 at North Georgia* W, 2-1 10/28 at Georgia Southwestern* W, 2-0 10/31 Francis Marion* W, 3-1 11/3 North Georgia** W, 1-0 (OT) 11/6 vs. Montevallo*** W, 3-2 11/8 vs. Lander*** T, 2-2 (2OT) 11/11 at Wingate# L, 0-4 *-Peach Belt Conference match **-Peach Belt Tournament quarterfinal (at St. Augustine) ***-PBC semifinal and championship (Evans, Ga.) #-NCAA Southeast Region opening round

#-NAIA Region XIV Tournament (at Daytona Beach) 2008

2005 6-11-0/5-7-0 conf. (4th) Coach: John Lynch 8/2 at #3 Berry College L, 1-3 9/1 at Jacksonville U. L, 3-7 9/11 at Rollins L, 1-4 9/13 at #21 SCAD* L, 0-2 9/17 St. Thomas* W, 2-1 9/21 at Warner Southern* L, 1-3 9/23 Northwood* W, 2-1 9/26 at Stetson L, 1-5 9/30 at Embry-Riddle* L, 3-6 10/6 Webber Int’l* L, 1-2 (2OT) 10/8 #19 SCAD* W, 1-0 10/13 Saint Xavier W, 3-2 10/18 at Webber Int’l* L, 2-3 (OT) 10/21 at St. Thomas* L, 1-4 10/29 Embry-Riddle* L, 0-2 11/2 at Northwood* W, 3-1 11/5 Warner Southern* W, 4-2 *-Florida Sun Conference game

1st year of full NCAA Division II status 11-5-2 Coach: John Lynch 8/29 9/5 9/6 9/10 9/14 9/20 9/23 9/27 10/4 10/7 10/9 10/12 10/17 10/22 10/25 10/28 11/1 11/5

West Florida L, 0-2 at Thomas (Ga.) W, 3-1 at Georgia Southwestern W, 2-1 Florida Tech W, 3-1 Nova Southeastern W, 4-0 at North Florida L, 1-2 (OT) Saint Leo T, 2-2 (2OT) at Lynn L, 1-2 Webber International L, 0-2 Florida Southern W, 1-0 Saint Xavier W, 2-1 (OT) St. Thomas (Fla.) T, 1-1 (OT) at Tampa L, 0-4 Rollins W, 2-1 Barry W, 2-1 at Eckerd W, 5-1 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 4-1 at Embry-Riddle W, 3-0

2009 2006 1st year in Peach Belt Conference 1st year of NCAA Division II, provisional status 14-6-2/7 -1-0 in conf. (1st) 9-10-0 Coach: John Lynch Coach: John Lynch 8/28 at West Florida L, 2-4 8/26 at Eckerd College L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/4 at Anderson L, 1-6

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HONORS/AWARDS NAIA ALL-AMERICA 1984........................... Tim Bartlett (first-team) ..........................................Joe Campana (HM) ....................................... Richard Puttick (HM) ............................................ Atli Atlason (HM) .......................................... Glyn Hughes (HM) ............................................. Bill Patides (HM) .......................................... Sean Murphy (HM) ..............................................Greg Brick (HM) .............................................. Ed Schaet (HM) 1990......................................Rick Von Goeben 1993....................................... Alan Okell (HM) ..................................... John Paul Treacy (HM) ........................................... Jon Jonsson (HM) .............................................. Joe Trolan (HM) 1994............................................ Jon Jonsson 1995............................................ Jon Jonsson ................................................... Davis Haule ............................................. John Paul Treacy 1996.................Olafur Gunnarsson (third-team) 1997..............Olafur Gunnarsson (second-team) .......................Jon Thor Eyjolfsson (third-team) 1999........................... Olafur Gunnarsson (HM) 2000......................................Donny This (HM) ...................................Helgi Frimannsson (HM) 2002......................... Wayne Reilly (third-team) .................................. Donny This (third-team) 2004...................... Neil Patrickson (third-team) NAIA ALL-REGION 1993........................... Jon Jonsson (first-team) ..................................... Alan Okell (first-team) .................................Joe Trolan (second-team) ...........................Levant Orzcan (second-team) ....................... John Paul Treacy (second-team) 1994............................................ Jon Jonsson 1995............................................ Davis Haule ................................................... Jon Jonsson ............................................. John Paul Treacy 1997............................ Chad Leton (first-team) ......................... Olafur Gunnarsson (first-team) ........................ Jon Thor Eyjolfsson (first-team) 2000............................................. Donny This .......................................... Helgi Frimannsson NAIA ALL-SOUTH 1993....................... Jon Jonsson (second-team) ....................... John Paul Treacy (second-team) ....................................Alan Okell (third-team) .............................. Levant Orzcan (third-team) 1995............................................ Davis Haule ............................................. John Paul Treacy ................................................... Jon Jonsson ......................................................... Jon Idle ALL-AREA 1984............................................ Tim Bartlett ................................................... Scott Turner 1985............................................. Atli Atlason 1990......................................Rick Von Goeben 1993............................................ Jon Jonsson ............................................. John Paul Treacy ...................................................... Alan Okell ...................................................... Joe Trolan ALL-DISTRICT 1990..........Rick Von Goeben (Player of the Year) ALL-FLORIDA SUN CONFERENCE 1990.......... John Paul Treacy (Player of the Year) 1993........................... Jon Jonsson (first-team) ..................................... Joe Trolan (first-team) ..................................... Alan Okell (first-team) ............................John Paul Treacy (first-team) ................................ Levent Ozcan (first-team) .......................... Paul McCaffrey (second-team) ............................ Mario Travlos (second-team) 1994.. Jon Jonsson (Most Valuable Player, first-team) ..............................Brian Tennyson (first-team) .................................. Paul Tomaro (first-team) ............................ Mario Travlos (second-team) ............................ Levent Ozcan (second-team) 1995............ Davis Haule (Most Valuable Player)

2010 Men’s Soccer

.................................. Jon Jonsson (first-team) ........................................ Jon Idle (first-team) .................................. Paul Tomaro (first-team) ............................John Paul Treacy (first-team) ........................ Petur Bjarnason (second-team) ............................ Mario Travlos (second-team) ....................... Helgi Thordarson (second-team) 1996................... Olafur Gunnarson (first-team) ........................ Jon Thor Eyjolfsson (first-team) .................................. Paul Tomaro (first-team) .................................. Keith Caven (first-team) .................. Steinbjorn Logasson (second-team) ............................... Chad Leton (second-team) 1997............................ Chad Leton (first-team) .......................... Olafur Gunnarson (first-team) ........................ Jon Thor Eyjolfsson (first-team) ......................... Michael Lennon (second-team) 2000............................ Donny This (first-team) ................................Jon Cantor (second-team) 2001............................ Donny This (first-team) ............................. Wayne Reilly (second-team) .......................... Steve Nyarady (second-team) ALL-INDEPENDENT 2006........................ Sean Gormley (first-team) ............................ David Iafrate (second-team) ................................ Boris Kalff (second-team) ............................. Jordan Holtz (second-team) 2007.................... Sean Gormley (second-team) ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE 2009........... Johan Bergfeld (first-team at-large) ............ Pol Berenguer (second-team midfielder) ................. Kevin Partel (second-team defender) ................ Conor Killeen (second-team at-large) .................. Joseph Toby (Freshman of the Year)

.................................................... Chad Leton 2000..................................... Daniel Obradovic 2001....................................... Carsten Wenzel 2002....................................... Carsten Wenzel 2004........................................... Kyle Trumble ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1993............................................... Alan Okell ACADEMIC ALL-FLORIDA SUN CONFERENCE 1992.............................................. Allen Okell 1993.............................................. Allen Okell 1994...................................... Steven Antrobus ............................................ Keith Baranowski ........................................... Jamy Champenoy 1994........................................Michael Lennon 1995.......................................... Jonathan Idle .................................................... Chad Leton ............................................ Keith Baranowski 1997................................... Olafur Gunnarsson ...............................................Michael Lennon ................................................ Chad D. Leton ........................................... Kristinn Petursson 1998........................................Harri Kivinievni ............................................ Daniel Obradovic ........................................... Kristinn Petursson ..................................................... Karl Smith ACADEMIC ALL-INDEPENDENT 2007...........................................David Iafrate ........................ Boris Kalff (honorable mention) ..................... Luke Sturgis (honorable mention) ACADEMIC ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE 2009....................... Johan Bergfeld (first-team) .................................. Dan Reid (second-team)

NSCAA SOUTHEAST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2009..............................................John Lynch DISTRICT COACH OF THE YEAR 1993............................................. Bob Moullin FLORIDA SUN COACH OF THE YEAR 1991............................................. Bob Moullin 1994............................................. Bob Moullin 1996............................................. Bob Moullin 2002..............................................John Lynch NAIA REGION XIV COACH OF THE YEAR 2002..............................................John Lynch PEACH BELT CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2009..............................................John Lynch FLORIDA SUN CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1997...............................................Ian Barritt 1997................................... Olafur Gunnarsson 1997............................................. Chad Leton 9/25/00 ..................................... Tom Cuttiford 10/30/00...................................Zoltan Ferencz 2001........................................... Ricky Fiorino 2001.........................................Steve Nyarady ICAA PLAYER OF THE WEEK 10/7/07 .................................... Sean Gormley PEACH BELT CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 9/9/09 .........................Zach Volpi (Goalkeeper) 9/15/09 ............... Steven Carothers (Defensive) 9/22/09 ...................... Kevin Partel (Defensive) 9/22/09 .................... Matt Gilman (Goalkeeper) 10/6/09 .................... Ryan Endrizzi (Defensive) 11/3/09 .................... Matt Gilman (Goalkeeper) NAIA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 1984....................................... Ingemar Lanevi 1988............................... Stefansson Fridsteinn ............................................. Scott Proeschold ............................................. Russell Swanson 1989...................................... Russell Swanson 1993............................................... Alan Okell 1996........................................Michael Lennon

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FLAGLER COLLEGE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

The Flagler College Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 2004 to honor individu individuals who have made a major contribution to the intercollegiate sports program while at Flagler, as well as a significant impact in their community after graduating. The Hall of Fame is open to former coaches or administrators, athletes and major benefactors or supporters. The inaugural class included 10 Flagler College alumni representing men’s and women’s basketball, men’s tennis, volleyball, baseball and softball. President William T. Abare Jr., Ed.D., called the induction a milestone for the College. “We are celebrating an inaugural event,” Abare said at the ceremony in the College Dining Hall on March 25, 2004. “There will never be another first class.” Honoree John “Jeb” Backus ‘87 Ricky Bowrosen ‘92 Barry Craig ‘77 Gordon Jones ‘77 Jami Friedman-Lind ‘79 Norm Mason ‘79 Peter Scott Betty Stansel ‘76 Tobias Svantesson ‘86 Jenny Zorn ‘80 Fred Ford ‘81 Tawny Kern ‘89 Richard Puttick ‘87 Dan Stewart ‘78 Tom Graham Kathy Kessler ‘78 John McMahon ‘82 Lorraine Rossmeyer ‘80 James Twigg ‘78 Timothy Bartlett ‘92 Pam (Caplin) Lippy ‘85 Roger Lee ‘78 Pete Peaver ‘81 Bob Moullin ‘88 Douglas Potkay ‘76 James Presley ‘90 Peter Ryan ‘84 Paul Abbatinozzi ‘89 Jennifer (Ciser) Aubin ‘87 Lewis “Bud” Beech ‘77 Ronald Nichols ‘97 Adrienne Benoit-Simmons ‘89 Dean Bowrosen ‘88 Brad Brewer ‘84 Chuck McCuen ‘83 54

Category Year Inducted Baseball 2004 Baseball 2004 Men’s Basketball 2004 Men’s Tennis 2004 Softball, Women’s Basketball 2004 Men’s Basketball 2004 Tennis Coach 2004 Softball, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball 2004 Men’s Tennis 2004 Volleyball, Women’s Basketball 2004 Baseball 2005 Track 2005 Men’s Soccer 2005 Administrator, Coach 2005 Cross Country Coach 2006 Women’s Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 2006 Baseball 2006 Women’s Basketball 2006 Men’s Tennis, Men’s Basketball 2006 Men’s Soccer 2007 Women’s Tennis 2007 Men’s Cross Country, Coach 2007 Baseball 2007 Men’s Soccer Coach 2008 Men’s Tennis 2008 Men’s Basketball 2008 Men’s Tennis 2008 Baseball 2009 Women’s Tennis 2009 Men’s Basketball 2009 Men’s Basketball 2009 Women’s Tennis 2010 Baseball 2010 Men’s Golf 2010 Men’s Tennis 2010

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FLAGLER COLLEGE STAFF DIRECTORY

Jud Damon Director of Athletics

Taylor Mott Associate AD/SWA Volleyball

Sheri Holt Compliance Dir.

Karen Hudgins Admin. Assistant

Steve Voguit Faculty Athletics Rep.

John Jordan Sports Information

Jennifer Rinnert Athletic Trainer

J.J. Wetherington Asst. Athletic Trainer

Steven Samples Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dave Barnett Baseball

Bo Clark Men’s Basketball

Erika Lang-Montgomery Women’s Basketball

Dave Williams Men’s Cross Country

Christy Castelli-Calderon Women’s Cross Country

Santiago Cavanagh Director of Golf

John Lynch Men’s Soccer

Teddy Meyer Women’s Soccer

Kristen Overton Softball

Walter Shinn Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Meghan Lammerding Dance/Cheer

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2010 Flagler College Men's Soccer Media Guide