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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ALL-TIME COACHES  

Jim Bush

Sam Snow

Kris Pahl

Hugh Seyfarth

Years:  1957‐80 (24)  Record:  115‐118‐23  (.498) 

Years:  1981‐92 (12)  Record:  74‐122‐9  (.383) 

Years:  1993‐04 (12)  Record:  110‐89‐19  (.548) 

Years:  2005‐11 (7)  Record:  39‐62‐7  (.394) 

Florida Southern’s first intercollegiate soccer team took the field in 1957, coached by Jim Bush (far right with the bow tie). In their inaugural season, the Moccasins went 1-3-2, playing in the Florida Intercollegiate Conference with Jacksonville, Rollins and Stetson. They tied Stetson, 1-1, in their first game, and earned their first win on November 2, at the expense of Jacksonville, beating the Dolphins, 3-1. Hernando Clavijo scored the first ever goal for the Moccasins, while Eddie Kalaska (kneeling and wearing #13) scored the first game-winner by snapping a 1-1 tie in the third quarter against Jacksonville. One year later, Florida Southern won the first of its five FIC titles. The Moccasins also won the league in 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1971. The ’71 team earned a bid to the NCAA Small College Southern Regional Tournament, hosted by Rollins, so far the only time the Moccasins have advanced to any type of NCAA postseason play. 1

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ALL-AMERICANS BILL CURRIE – 1961 Bill Currie, Florida Southern’s first soccer All-American, was also the school’s second All-American in any sport, after basketball player Don Tobin had been honored four years earlier. Currie came to Florida Southern from Rochester, New York, and was a three-year letterman for the Moccasins from 1959-61. In each of those seasons he was All-Florida Intercollegiate Conference as the top goalkeeper in the league, and as a junior and senior, he was Florida Southern’s MVP. In 1960, Currie became the first Moccasin goalkeeper to post a shutout when he blanked Rollins and Emory in back-to-back games, and as a senior in 1961, he set a record that still stands today with 201 saves. Since that is the only season in which his save total is available, it’s likely Currie would be first or second on the Mocs’ career list as well.

JOHN HAYES – 1965 As a freshman from Sanford, Florida in 1961, John Hayes served as All-American Bill Currie’s backup in goal; and as a sophomore, he took over between the posts on a regular basis. After sitting out a season, Hayes returned to school in 1964, and spent two more years as Florida Southern’s starting goalkeeper. Among his highlights was a 22-save shutout against the University of Miami as a junior that was the Mocs’ first win over the powerful Hurricanes in seven tries. A year later, the Mocs won the Florida Intercollegiate Conference with an undefeated league record, and Hayes was named to the all-conference team.

BRIAN BAIN – 1967 Just as John Hayes took over for Bill Currie and eventually won All-American honors, Brian Bain took over for Hayes and did the same. Bain, however, won the starting job as a freshman and remains the only fouryear starting goalkeeper (1966-69) in team history. During his All-American sophomore season, Bain set a school record that stood for 30 years with a 1.20 goals against average, and his career totals of nine shutouts with a 1.82 GAA stood as records for 28 years. He still ranks in the top three of every career goalkeeping category at Florida Southern, though complete save totals are unavailable from that era. Originally from Union, New Jersey, Bain was also a two-time All-State selection while that team was still in effect, and Florida Southern’s 1968 MVP. 

JIM DAWSEY – 1969 The only Florida Southern field player to earn All-American honors was Jim Dawsey, who played for the Moccasins at the same time as All-American goalkeeper Brian Bain (1966-69). Dawsey was a Lakeland native who made an immediate impact by earning All-Florida Intercollegiate Conference status as a freshman. A four-year starter at forward and three-year captain, Dawsey graduated as the school’s career leader with 28 goals, a figure that still ranks fifth in team history. He also ranks 10th on the career points list, and would certainly be higher if complete assist totals were available. He still remained in the top five until 1996. Dawsey led the Moccasins in goals as a junior, and in goals (11) and points (24) as a senior when he was Florida Southern’s Most Valuable Player.

AHMAD BELFON – Academic All-American (1997, ’98, ’99) Florida Southern soccer’s first Academic All-American, Ahmad Belfon (also known as Junior) was a fouryear starting defender for the Moccasins from 1996-99. During that time, Florida Southern had four of the top six defensive seasons in team history, with a total of 24 shutouts and a 1.09 goals against average. Twice during that period, the Mocs had a team goals against average under 1.00, and in 1997 they set school records with 11 shutouts and a 0.62 GAA. In Belfon’s senior year, the Moccasins set another team record by allowing just 8.8 shots per match while going 13-5-2, and allowing more than one goal in only three of their 20 games played. Belfon also scored five goals with five assists in his career, and his 65 career starts are the fourth most by a Moccasin.

GIVI KOKAIA – Academic All-American (2010) During his four years at Florida Southern, there were few athletes that combined athletic ability and academic success as well as Givi Kokaia. In 49 games with the Moccasins, Kokaia scored 22 goals and had 13 assists for a total of 57 career points. A two-time Academic All-District selection, 201 was Kokaia’s best in a Florida Southern uniform as the senior forward tied for the team lead with nine goals and added 10 assists. His 27 points ranked sixth in the Sunshine State Conference, and his 1.80 points per game were third. The Moccasin co-captain would go on to earn First Team Academic All-American honors after th finishing sixth in the nation in assists per game, and 24 in points per game.

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ALL-REGION AND ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS

1999 graduates and co-captains Bruce Manuel (left) and Ahmad Belfon (right); Manuel was a 2-time All-South Region selection and Belfon was a 3-time Academic AllAmerican. NSCAA ALL‐SOUTH REGION  1984 ...................................... John Mines (HM)  1986 ........... Tim Moore (2nd), Frank Stork (2nd)  1987 ......... Tim Moore (2nd), Paul Findling (2nd)  1988 ....... Tim Moore (1st), Keith Spresser (2nd)  1989 ................................ Barrett Schiwitz (2nd)  1990 ...................................... Frank Bresk (2nd)  1991 ............................. Roberto Rampino (2nd)  1993 ....................................... Frank Bresk (3rd)  1997 ........... Tim Cooper (2nd), Cliff Dixon (2nd),    Bruce Manuel (2nd)  st 1999 ...... Bruce Manuel (1 ), Mike Nance (2nd)  2000 .... Mike Nance (1st), Nick Bergstrom (2nd)  2001 ...................................... Mike Nance (2nd)  2002 .................................. Peter Schiebel (2nd)  2003 ..................................... Clay Roberts (2nd)  2005 ......................................... Asa Pepia (2nd)  2010 ............................... Ashley Holmes (2nd)  2011 ................................. Zach Hofstetter (1st)   

ALL‐FLORIDA INTERCOLLEGIATE (‘58‐’76)  1959 ................... Bill Currie, Frank Eisenchenk,  Tex Jackson, Jim Musselman, Jack Plant  1960 .................... Bill Currie, Frank Eisenchenk  1961 ................... Bill Currie, Frank Eisenchenk,   David Kelsey  1962 ............................................. David Kelsey  1963 ..................................... Frank Eisenchenk  1964 ........................ Terry Darby, Don Sabatini  1965 ............................ Jim Hayes, John Hayes,    Kurt Hoch, Don Sabatini  1966 .... Jim Dawsey, Don Sabatini, Wally Wells  1967 ............................. Brian Bain, Bruce Bain,    Jim Dawsey, Barry Green,    Grover Thompson, Wally Wells  1969 ............... Barry Green, Grover Thompson  1973 ........................................ Alan Grossman,    David Kellaway, Tom Smith    ALL‐SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE  1979 ............................................ Sean Murphy  1984 .....................................Neal Mazzei (HM)  nd 1986 ....................................... Frank Stork (2 )  st nd 1987 ....... Tim Moore (1 ), Bobby Piniero (2 ),   Paul Findling (HM), Shane Hassett (HM)  1988 ...... Tim Moore (1st), Keith Spresser (2nd),  Jimmy Weekly (HM)  1989 ............................... Barrett Schiwitz (2nd),     Mike Bauder (HM)  1990 ........... Phil Marks (2nd), Frank Bresk (2nd),  nd Barrett Schiwitz (2 ), Mike Bauder (HM)  1991 ........ Frank Bresk (2nd), Phil Bethea (HM),  Jon Idle (HM), Barry Young (HM)  nd 1992 ....... Barry Young (2 ), Phil Bethea (HM),  Jon Idle (HM),  1993 ..................................... Frank Bresk (HM)  1994 ................................ Chris Crawshaw (2nd)  1995 ..................................... Brian Harper (2nd)  nd nd 1996 ........... Tim Cooper (2 ), Cliff Dixon (2 ),  Simo Arajarvi (HM)  1997 ............. Tim Cooper (1st), Cliff Dixon (1st),   Simo Arajarvi (2nd), Chris Crawshaw (HM),  Luke Miller (HM), Bruce Manuel (HM)  1998 .................................. Nathan Garcia (2nd)  1999 ...... Bruce Manuel (1st), Mike Nance (2nd)  st nd 2000 ... Mike Nance (1 ), Nick Bergstrom (2 ),  Robbie Sanger (2nd)  2001 ... Mike Nance (2nd), Nick Bergstrom (2nd)  nd 2002 ................................. Peter Schiebel (2 ),  nd Robbie Sanger (2 )  2003 ..................................... Clay Roberts (2nd)  st 2004 .......................................... Asa Pepia (1 )  st nd 2005 .......... Asa Pepia (1 ), Ola Sandquist (2 )  2006 .............................. Patrik Dandanell (2nd),  Ola Sandquist (2nd), Emil Kumlin (HM)  2007 ....................................... Ryan Wolfe (2nd)  st 2010 ................................ Zach Hofstetter (1 ),  st Ashley Holmes (1 )  2011 ................................ Zach Hofstetter (1st),  st  Ashley Holmes (1 )

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Frank Bresk (left) and Mike Nance (right) are Florida Southern’s only 3time All-SSC selections. Bresk was denied a chance at four times when an injury limited him to only five games in 1992. Nance played just three years for the Moccasins after transferring from South Florida. SSC FRESHMEN-OF-THE-YEAR 1994....................................... Chris Crawshaw 1997................................................ Luke Miller SSC COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1997............. Kris Pahl

Chris Crawshaw

Luke Miller

Tim Cooper is the only Moccasin to make All-SSC as both a defender (‘96) and a forward (‘97).


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 1982 ... Juan Carlos deRada .... Goalkeeper......Sophomore 1983 ... Juan Carlos deRada .... Goalkeeper......Junior 1984 ... John Mines ................... Midfielder ......Senior 1985 ... Paul Findling.................. Defender.........Sophomore 1986 ... Tim Moore .................... Goalkeeper......Sophomore 1987 ... Tim Moore .................... Goalkeeper......Junior 1988 ... Tim Moore .................... Goalkeeper......Senior 1989 ... Barrett Schiwitz ......... Defender.........Junior 1990 ... Barrett Schiwitz ......... Defender.........Senior 1991 ... Jon Idle......................... Defender.........Freshman 1992 ... Shawn Corgan ............... Goalkeeper......Freshman 1993 ... Shawn Corgan ............... Goalkeeper......Sophomore 1994 ... Chris Stromberg ......... Defender.........Freshman 1995 ... Brian Harper ................ Forward ...........Junior 1996 ... Tim Cooper ................... Def./Mid. ........Junior 1997 ... Cliff Dixon .................... Goalkeeper......Senior 1998 ... Nathan Garcia .............. Midfielder ......Senior 1999 ... Bruce Manuel ............... Defender.........Senior 2000 .. Mike Nance ................... Forward ...........Junior 2001 ... Johan Linell .................. Goalkeeper......Senior 2002 .. Peter Schiebel ............. Forward ...........Junior 2003 .. Clay Roberts ................. Defender.........Senior 2004 .. Asa Pepia ....................... Forward ...........Junior 2005 .. Asa Pepia ....................... Forward ...........Senior 2006 .. Patrik Dandanell .......... Forward ...........Sophomore 2007 .. Patrik Dandanell .......... Forward ...........Junior 2008 .. Emil Kumlin.................... Defender.........Senior 2009 .. David Fletcher ............. Midfielder ......Sophomore 2010 ... Ashley Holmes ............. Defender.........Sophomore 2011 ... Zach Hofstetter ......... Forward ...........Senior

1957 .. Bill Duncan.................... Defender ........ Junior 1958 .. Ghazi Abdul Mushin ... Defender ........ Junior 1959 .. Bill (Tex) Jackson ...... Forward .......... Sophomore 1960 .. Bill Currie ..................... Goalkeeper ..... Junior 1961 ... Bill Currie ..................... Goalkeeper ..... Senior 1962 .. Steve Jacobs............... Forward .......... Freshman 1963 .. Frank Eisenchenk ....... Midfielder ...... Senior 1964 .. Terry Darby................. Forward .......... Junior 1965 .. Terry Darby................. Forward .......... Senior Terry Darby played three seasons for the Moccasins and was the team MVP in two of them. He scored a total of 27 goals, and his career point total of 66 still ranks seventh in team history despite playing less than 30 total games. 1966 .. Don Sabatini ................ Defender ........ Senior 1967 .. Bruce Bain .................... Forward .......... Senior 1968 .. Brian Bain ..................... Goalkeeper ..... Junior 1969 .. Jim Dawsey .................. Forward .......... Senior 1970 .. Grover Thompson ....... Midfielder ...... Senior 1971 ... John Dawsey ................ Forward .......... Junior 1972 .. John Dawsey ................ Forward .......... Senior 1973 .. Dave Kellaway .............. Defender ........ Junior 1974 .. Jeff Arthur ................. Defender ........ Senior 1975 .. Tom Arthur .................. Forward .......... Sophomore 1976 .. Tom Arthur .................. Forward .......... Junior 1977 .. Tom Arthur .................. Forward .......... Senior Tom Arthur is one of only two Moccasins who are 3-time MVPs. He had 11 goals and nine assists as a senior in 1977, for a total of 31 points in 12 games. Arthur still ranks among the top-10 career scoring leaders in team history. 1978 .. Carl Fitzpatrick .......... Defender ........ Senior 1979 .. Don Brady ..................... Goalkeeper ..... Senior 1980 .. Bobby Kramig............... Goalkeeper ..... Junior 1981 ... Bobby Kramig............... Goalkeeper ..... Senior

2011 MVP Zach Hofstetter led the nation in scoring with 2.93 points per game. He had 17 goals and 10 assists for a total of 44 points. He also led the country in goals per game with a 1.13 average.

Bobby Kramig was the Mocs’ 1980 and ’81 Most Valuable Player. When he had 308 saves during those two seasons. He ranks second in team history in career saves and is now the women’s head coach at the University of Miami (OH).

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SINGLE GAME RECORDS (TEAM) GOALS: 16 - vs. Florida Bible ........................W ...... 16-0 ............. 9/12/87 13 - vs. Flagler .................................W ...... 13-0 ............. 9/18/73 vs. Warner Southern .................W ...... 13-0 ........... 10/31/89 vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 13-1 ............... 9/8/98 10 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 10-0 ............. 9/24/74 at Florida Bible ..........................W ...... 10-1 ........... 10/14/86 vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 10-1 ............. 9/22/88 vs. Ave Maria ............................W ...... 10-0 ........... 10/23/10

GOALS ALLOWED: 12 - at South Florida .........................L........ 0-12 ............. 9/23/80 11 - at Rollins ....................................L........ 1-11 ........... 10/20/70 at Rollins ....................................L........ 0-11 ............. 10/8/74 vs. Tampa ..................................L........ 2-11 ............. 9/17/80 at Tampa ...................................L........ 0-11 ............. 10/9/85 10 - nine times, last at Lynn ..............L........ 0-10 ........... 10/29/08 SHOTS ALLOWED (since 1979): 49 - at Tampa ...................................L........ 0-11 ............. 10/9/85 48 - vs. Boca Raton ..........................L.......... 0-9 ............. 11/2/85 vs. Rollins ..................................L.......... 0-6 ............. 11/5/86 46 - vs. Flagler ..................................L........ 0-10 ............. 9/14/85 43 - at South Florida .........................L........ 0-10 ............. 9/10/83 42 - at Tampa ...................................L.......... 0-6 ............. 9/15/93

ASSISTS: 15 - vs. Florida Bible ........................W ...... 16-0 ............. 9/12/87 vs. Ave Maria ............................W ...... 10-0 ........... 10/23/10 14 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 13-1 ............... 9/8/98 11 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 8-1 ............... 9/9/97 10 - vs. Warner Southern .................W ...... 8-0 ............. 9/18/00 vs. Bryant ..................................W ........ 9-0 ............. 8/31/01 9 - vs. Warner Southern .................W ...... 13-0 ........... 10/31/89 vs. Lees-McRae ........................W ...... 5-0 ........... 10/16/97 vs. Clearwater Christian ............W ........ 7-0 ............. 10/9/04 vs. Florida Tech ........................W ........ 6-1 ............. 9/21/05

FEWEST SHOTS ALLOWED (since 1979): 0 - vs. Kendall ................................ W ......... 5-0 ............. 9/15/00 at Florida Tech.......................... W ......... 4-0 ........... 10/18/00 1 - vs. Florida Bible ........................ W ....... 16-0 ............. 9/12/87 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic ............ W ......... 4-0 ............... 9/3/97 vs. Southeastern....................... W ......... 4-0 ............. 9/10/96 at Webber International ............ W ......... 8-0 ............. 9/14/02 vs. Southeastern....................... W ......... 8-0 ............. 10/3/03 2 - vs. Southeastern....................... W ......... 8-0 ........... 10/29/87 vs. Dominican ........................... W ......... 2-0 ........... 10/22/87 vs. Warner Southern................. W ....... 13-0 ........... 10/31/89 vs. Clearwater Christian ........... W ......... 8-0 ............. 9/11/93 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic ............ W ......... 2-0 ............. 10/5/96 at Eckerd .................................. W ......... 1-0 ........... 10/14/97 vs. Clearwater Christian ........... W ......... 4-0 ............. 9/25/99 3 - nine times, most recently vs. Clearwater Christian ........... W ......... 3-1 ............... 9/7/10

POINTS: 47 - vs. Florida Bible ........................W ...... 16-0 ............. 9/12/87 40 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 13-1 ............... 9/8/98 35 - vs. Warner Southern .................W ...... 13-0 ........... 10/31/89 vs. Ave Maria ............................W ...... 10-0 ........... 10/23/10 *30 - vs. Flagler .................................W ...... 13-0 ............. 9/18/73 28 - vs. Bryant ..................................W ........ 9-0 ............. 8/31/01 *-Assist total only available for one player SHOTS (since 1979): 51 - vs. Webber ................................W ........ 5-0 ........... 10/17/85 vs. Southeastern .......................W ........ 6-0 ............. 9/24/92 48 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ........ 9-2 ............. 9/15/95 47 - vs. Florida Bible ........................W ...... 16-0 ............. 9/12/87 44 - vs. Warner Southern .................W ........ 9-1 ............... 9/7/85 40 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ........ 4-0 ............. 10/3/91 vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 13-1 ............... 9/8/98

SAVES (since 1979): 26 - vs. Tampa ..................................L........ 2-11 ............. 9/17/80 at South Florida .........................L........ 0-10 ............. 9/10/83 25 - at South Florida .........................L........ 0-12 ............. 9/23/80 vs. Rollins ..................................L.......... 0-6 ............. 11/5/86 24 - vs. F.I.T.-Jensen Beach............ W ......... 5-1 ............. 9/25/80 23 - vs. Fla. International ..................L.......... 0-6 ............. 9/20/81 vs. Flagler ..................................L........ 0-10 ............. 9/14/85 22 - at Stetson ..................................L.......... 0-1 ............. 9/20/86

CORNER KICKS (since 1979): 20 - vs. Palm Beach Atlantic ............W ........ 4-0 ............... 9/2/97 19 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ........ 9-2 ............. 9/15/95 18 - vs. Southeastern .......................W ........ 8-0 ........... 10/29/87 vs. Southeastern .......................W ...... 13-1 ............... 9/8/98 16 - vs. Florida Bible ........................W ........ 4-0 ............. 11/4/86 15 - vs. Webber ................................W ........ 5-0 ........... 10/17/85 vs. Southeastern .......................W ........ 9-1 ............. 9/19/94

Jeff Janszen set a school record that still stands today by making 26 saves in a game at the University of South Florida in 1983. He’s one of three Moccasin goalkeepers to record 20 or more saves, with Bobby Kramig doing it four times, and Tim Moore doing it twice. 5

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN GAME RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Moccasin Hat Tricks

GOALS: 6 - Alan Grossman, vs. Flagler................................... 9/18/73 5 - Tex Jackson, at Emory ....................................... 10/31/59 Frank Eisenchenk, at Jacksonville ...................... 10/16/63 Alan Grossman, at Embry-Riddle ......................... 9/27/73 Sean Murphy, vs. Valdosta State.......................... 10/4/80 Barry Young, vs. Webber ........................................ 9/9/92 Brian Harper, vs. Southeastern............................. 9/15/95 4 - Frank Eisenchenk, vs. Jacksonville ...................... 11/2/63 Terry Darby, at Emory........................................... 10/2/65 Terry Darby, vs. Orange Soccer Club ................. 10/16/65 Alan Grossman, vs. Tampa .................................. 9/24/73 Alan Grossman, vs. Southeastern ........................ 9/24/74 Charlie Tauby, vs. Southeastern........................... 9/21/76 Chris Black, at Florida Bible ................................ 10/14/86 Paul Sluyter, vs. Southeastern................................ 9/8/98

Since the men’s soccer program was started in 1957, the Moccasins have had a total of 68 hat tricks (three or more goals in one game), most recently by Zach Hofstetter on October 12, 2011 at Saint Leo. Among the 68 hat tricks are a school-record 10 by Alan Grossman from 1971-74. The Mocs’ all-time scoring leader had four as a sophomore, set another school record with five as a junior and added one more as a senior. In four of his hat tricks, Grossman scored at least four goals, including three times as a junior. Several others have had multiple hat tricks in their careers, including Terry Darby (four from 1963-65); Jim Dawsey (four from 1966-69); Frank Bresk (four from 1990-93); and Chris Crawshaw (three from 1994-97).

ASSISTS: 5 - Mike Bauder, vs. Warner Southern ..................... 10/31/89 Givi Kokaia, vs. Ave Maria .................................. 10/23/10 4 - Faramarz Elghanayan, vs. Flagler ........................ 9/18/73 Nathan Garcia, vs. Southeastern ............................ 9/8/98 3 - several times, most recently by Patrik Dandanell, vs. Nova Southeastern ........... 10/14/06

Some of the other notable hat trick performances: • Frank Bresk was the last player to have two hat tricks in one year, doing so in 1993 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic and Clearwater Christian. • Alan Grossman began the 1973 season with four straight hat tricks, scoring a total of 18 goals in those games. Combined with the final game of 1972, he had five consecutive hat tricks over a two-year span.

POINTS: 12 - Alan Grossman, vs. Flagler................................... 9/18/73 11 - Sean Murphy, vs. Valdosta State.......................... 10/4/80 10 - Tex Jackson, at Emory ....................................... 10/31/59 Frank Eisenchenk, at Jacksonville ...................... 10/16/63 Alan Grossman, at Embry-Riddle ......................... 9/27/73 Barry Young, vs. Webber ........................................ 9/9/92 Brian Harper, vs. Southeastern............................. 9/15/95 9 - Chris Black, at Florida Bible ................................ 10/14/86 Paul Sluyter, vs. Southeastern................................ 9/8/98 8 - accomplished 10 times, most recently by Mike Nance, vs. Warner Southern ........................ 9/18/00

• On four occasions the Mocs have had two hat tricks in the same game, most recently in a 10-0 win over Ave Maria in 2010 when Zach Hostetter did it in the first half, and Jared Bellingar did it in the second. The first time was Sept. 18, 1973 in a 13-0 win vs. Flagler when Alan Grossman scored six goals and Andy MacKintosh scored three. The second was a 16-0 win over Florida Bible College on Sept. 12, 1987 when Bobby Pineiro and Steve Lose each scored three goals. Paul Sluyter (4) and Peter Andersen (3) then doubled up in a 13-1 win vs. Southeastern on Sept. 8, 1998. • Four freshmen have had a hat trick for the Moccasins in their debut, including Andy MacKintosh against Flagler in 1973. Pineiro and Lose each did so in the 1987 win over Florida Bible, and Asa Pepia did it against Bryant in 2002.

SHOTS (since 1979): 14 - Jim Allegro, vs. Warner Southern ........................... 9/7/85 13 - Jim Allegro, vs. Webber ...................................... 10/17/85 12 - Fred Hammond, vs. Florida Bible ......................... 11/4/86 11 - Roman Juarez, vs. Warner Southern.................. 10/31/89 Peter Andersen, vs. Southeastern .......................... 9/8/98 10 - Frank Bresk, vs. St. Francis (IL) ......................... 10/11/93 Chris Crawshaw, vs. Erskine ................................ 9/10/94 Chris Crawshaw, vs. Palm Beach Atlantic .......... 10/21/94

• Zach Hofstetter has the fastest hat trick by a Moccasin, scoring three goals in the first 11:35 of a 10-0 win over Ave Maria on October 23, 2010. He’s one of six players to record a hat trick by halftime with Alan Grossman scoring five goals during the first half of a 13-0 win over Flagler in 1973. • Terry Darby is the only Moccasin with a hat trick in a game Florida Southern lost. On October 2, 1965, he scored all four goals in a 5-4 loss at Emory.

SAVES (since 1979): 26 - Jeff Janszen, at South Florida .............................. 9/10/83 25 - Bobby Kramig, at South Florida ............................ 9/23/80 Tim Moore, vs. Rollins .......................................... 11/5/86 24 - Bobby Kramig, vs. Florida Tech-Jensen Beach .... 9/25/80 23 - Bobby Kramig, vs. Florida International ................ 9/20/81 22 - Tim Moore, at Stetson........................................... 9/20/86 21 - Bobby Kramig, at Eckerd ...................................... 9/25/81 Bobby Kramig, at Tampa ...................................... 9/30/81

• Four Moccasins have had a hat trick in a Sunshine State Conference game: Frank Bresk in a 4-3 win at Saint Leo on Oct. 23, 1991; Patrik Dandanell in a 6-1 win vs. Florida Tech on September 21, 2005; Givi Kokaia, who made Florida Tech the victim again with three goals in a 4-2 victory in 2009; and Zach Hofstetter, in a 4-0 win at Saint Leo on October 12, 2011.

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON RECORDS (TEAM) GOALS: 52 - 2000............................... 17 matches 50 - 1973............................... 14 matches 48 - 2004............................... 17 matches 46 - 1972............................... 13 matches 43 - 1989............................... 17 matches 1993............................... 17 matches 1999............................... 20 matches ASSISTS: 63 - 2000............................... 17 matches 54 - 1997............................... 17 matches 1999............................... 20 matches 50 - 2004............................... 17 matches 49 - 2001............................... 17 matches 48 - 2002............................... 19 matches POINTS: 167 - 2000............................... 17 matches 146 - 2004............................... 17 matches 140 - 1999............................... 17 matches 138 - 1997............................... 17 matches 133 - 2001............................... 17 matches SHOTS: 347 - 1992............................... 19 matches 327 - 1990............................... 19 matches 307 - 1995............................... 20 matches 312 - 1991............................... 18 matches 292 - 2002............................... 19 matches GOALS ALLOWED: 70 - 1985............................... 18 matches 63 - 1974............................... 12 matches 53 - 1992............................... 19 matches 1994............................... 19 matches 2003............................... 19 matches 52 - 1984............................... 17 matches 50 - 1993............................... 17 matches

SAVES: 205 - 1985 ............................... 18 matches 201 - 1961 ................................. 7 matches 185 - 1986 ............................... 18 matches 180 - 1980 ............................... 13 matches 161 - 1987 ............................... 17 matches SHUTOUTS: 11 - 1997 ............................... 17 matches 7 - 2002 ............................... 19 matches 5 - 1978 ............................... 13 matches 1991 ............................... 18 matches 1999 ............................... 20 matches 2000 ............................... 17 matches 2001 ............................... 17 matches 4 - several times, most recently in 2005 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS: 5 - Sept. 12, 1997 – Oct. 3, 1997 4 - Oct. 14, 1997 – Oct. 25, 1997 Sept. 14, 2002 – Sept. 28, 2002 3 - Oct. 12, 1998 – Oct. 21, 1998 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS MINUTES 523:48 - Sept. 9, 1997 – Oct. 5, 1997 428:47 - Oct. 8, 1997 – Oct. 29, 1997 398:36 - Sept. 8, 2002 – Oct. 2, 2002 302:59 - Oct. 7, 1998 – Oct. 23, 1998 285:40 - Oct. 27, 2000 – Sept. 2, 2001 MOST TIMES SHUTOUT: 10 - 1986 ............................... 18 matches 9 - 1982 ............................... 17 matches 1987 ............................... 17 matches 7 - 1974 ............................... 12 matches 6 - 1994 ............................... 19 matches 2002 ............................... 19 matches 2009 ............................... 14 matches

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: 0.62 - 1997............................... 17 matches 0.88 - 2001............................... 17 matches 0.95 - 1999............................... 20 matches 1.21 - 2000............................... 17 matches 1.35 - 1998............................... 17 matches

With Mike Nance picking up 15 goals and 36 points, Florida Southern set a school record in 2000 by scoring 52 goals as a team. However, the 1973 team holds the record for scoring average with 3.57 goals per game. 7

 

 

WINNING PERCENTAGE: .857 - 1958 ......................................... 6-1-0 .769 - 1972 ....................................... 10-3-0 .765 - 1997 ....................................... 12-3-2 .706 - 2000 ....................................... 12-5-0 2001 ....................................... 12-5-0 .700 - 1999 ....................................... 13-5-2 LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 9 - Nov. 9, 1996 - Oct. 3, 1997 8 - Oct. 8, 1971 - Nov. 5, 1971 7 - Oct. 27, 1972 - Sept. 27, 1973 LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK: 10 - 1967-68.................................... 9-0-1 1996-97.................................... 7-0-3 8 - 1971 ......................................... 8-0-0 7 - 1965-66.................................... 5-0-2 1972-73.................................... 7-0-0 1999 ......................................... 6-0-1 LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 14 - Oct. 19, 1985 - Oct. 5, 1986 11 - Sept. 26, 1974 - Nov. 11, 1974 9 - Oct. 23, 1983 - Sept. 22, 1984 Oct. 7, 2008 – Sept. 13, 2009 7 - Oct. 23, 1980 - Sept. 30, 1981 6 - Oct. 12, 1976 - Nov. 6, 1976 Oct. 7, 2008 – Oct. 29, 2008 Sept. 23, 2009 – Oct. 14, 2009 LONGEST WINLESS STREAK: 14 - 1985-86................................... (0-14) 13 - 1961-63.................................. (0-9-4) 11 - 1974 ........................................ (0-11) 10 - 2009 ....................................... (0-9-1) 9 - 1983-84..................................... (0-9) 2008-09..................................... (0-9) 8 - 1959-60.................................. (0-5-3) 1994 ....................................... (0-7-1)


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) GOALS: 22 - Alan Grossman .........................1973 18 - Alan Grossman .........................1972 17 - Asa Pepia..................................2004 Zach Hofstetter .........................2011 16 - Terry Darby ...............................1965 15 - Frank Hanraets .........................1971 Tim Cooper ...............................1997 Mike Nance ...............................2000 ASSISTS: 12 - Nathan Garcia ...........................1998 10 - Nick Bergstrom .........................2000 Zach Hofstetter .........................2010 Zach Hofstetter .........................2011 9 - Terry Darby ...............................1963 Tom Arthur ................................1977 Givi Kokaia ................................2010 8 - Nick Koumantzelis ....................1977 Mike Bauder ..............................1989 Frank Bresk...............................1990 Frank Bresk...............................1993 Marcus Skarman .......................1999 Mike Nance ...............................2001 Nick Bergstrom .........................2001 7 - several times, most recently Brad Hunt ..................................2010 POINTS: 47 - Alan Grossman .........................1973 44 - Zach Hofstetter .........................2011 39 - Asa Pepia..................................2004 36 - Alan Grossman .........................1972 Frank Bresk...............................1993 Tim Cooper ...............................1997 Mike Nance ...............................2000 34 - Terry Darby ...............................1965

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: 0.61 - Cliff Dixon .................................. 1997 0.74 - Johan Linell ............................... 1999 1.10 - Johan Linell ............................... 2001 1.20 - Brian Bain .................................. 1967 1.29 - Oscar Gullbrandsson ................. 2002 SAVES: 201 - Bill Currie ................................... 1961 179 - Tim Moore ................................. 1986 170 - Kris Pahl .................................... 1985 161 - Tim Moore ................................. 1987 156 - Bobby Kramig ............................ 1980

SHUTOUTS: 11 - Cliff Dixon .................................. 1997 5 - Don Brady ................................. 1978 Oscar Gullbrandsson ................ 2002 4 - Clint Harris ................................ 2005 3.5 - Johan Linell ............................... 1999 3 - (several, last - Marcus Larsson) 2001 MINUTES PLAYED (GK): 1760 - Cliff Dixon .................................. 1996 1663 - Shawn Corgan .......................... 1992 1583 - Clint Harris ................................ 2003 1550 - Tim Moore ................................. 1986 1548 - Phil Marks ................................. 1990

SAVE PERCENTAGE: .880 - Johan Linell ............................... 1999 .870 - Cliff Dixon .................................. 1997 .817 - Bobby Kramig ............................ 1981 .813 - Tim Moore ................................. 1987 .798 - Tim Moore ................................. 1988

Did You Know?

In 1997, Florida Southern played and won five consecutive 1-0 games, and midfielder Nathan Garcia assisted the goal in four of those wins. One of them came against Montevallo, with Tim Cooper scoring the Mocs’ first “Golden Goal” since the NCAA switched to a sudden-death overtime format that season. Overall, the Mocs played a total of seven 1-0 games that year and won all seven en route to a 12-3-2 record. 

SHOTS: 74 - Chris Crawshaw ........................1994 66 - Zach Hofstetter .........................2011 65 - John Jane .................................1983 64 - Darryl Denson ...........................1992 Frank Bresk...............................1993 63 - Frank Bresk...............................1991 GAME-WINNING GOALS 6 - Tim Cooper ............................... 1997 5 - Frank Hanraets ......................... 1971 Alan Grossman ......................... 1972 Mike Nance ............................... 2000 4 - several players, most recently Zach Hofstetter ......................... 2010

As a senior in 1997, Cliff Dixon set school records with 11 shutouts and a 0.61 goals against average. He also had an .870 save percentage that was a school record at the time. Dixon was the last Moccasin goalkeeper named All-SSC. 8

 

 

Nathan Garcia is the season record holder in assists for the Moccasins and ranks second on the career list. In 1997, a year before he set the record, the Moccasins won five straight 1-0 games, with Garcia assisting the goal in four of them.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN CAREER RECORDS GOALS: 47 - Alan Grossman ........................ 1971-74 43 - Asa Pepia ................................. 2002-05 35 - Mike Nance .............................. 1999-01 34 - Frank Bresk .............................. 1990-93 29 - Zach Hofstetter................... 2007, 09-11

SHOTS (since 1979): 196 - Frank Bresk ............................. 1990-93 184 - Asa Pepia ................................ 2002-05 182 - Chris Crawshaw....................... 1994-97 148 - Mike Nance .............................. 1999-01 142 - Zach Hofstetter .................. 2007, 09-11

ASSISTS: 24 - Nick Bergstrom......................... 1999-01 23 - Zach Hofstetter................... 2007, 09-11 21 - Nathan Garcia .......................... 1995-98 20 - Paul Sluyter .............................. 1997-00 Asa Pepia ................................. 2002-05 19 - Frank Bresk .............................. 1990-93 Brian Harper ............................. 1993-96

MATCHES: 75 - Brian Harper ............................ 1993-96 Tim Cooper .............................. 1994-97 71 - Ken Praay ................................ 1996-99 Aaron DeLoach ........................ 2002-05 70 - Barrett Schiwitz ........................ 1987-90 Phil Bethea .............................. 1989-92 Harold Betancourt .................... 1997-00 Peter Schiebel ......................... 2000-03 69 - Luke Miller ............................... 1997-00 68 - Darryl Denson .......................... 1989-92 Rick Fredrickson ...................... 1990-93 Chris Crawshaw....................... 1994-97 Alex Myers ............................... 1999-02 Asa Pepia ................................ 2002-05

POINTS: 106 - Asa Pepia ................................. 2002-05 97 - Alan Grossman ........................ 1971-74 87 - Frank Bresk .............................. 1990-93 Mike Nance .............................. 1999-01 81 - Zach Hofstetter................... 2007, 09-11 67 - Chris Crawshaw ....................... 1994-97 66 - Terry Darby .............................. 1963-65 64 - Tom Arthur ............................... 1974-77 62 - Patrik Dandanell ....................... 2005-08 62 - Tim Cooper .............................. 1994-97

MATCHES STARTED: 68 - Luke Miller ............................... 1997-00 67 - Tim Cooper .............................. 1994-97 66 - Phil Bethea .............................. 1989-92 Brian Harper ............................ 1993-96 65 - Junior Belfon ............................ 1996-99 63 - Paul Findling ............................ 1984-87 MATCHES (GK): 58 - Tim Moore................................ 1985-88 55 - Clint Harris ............................... 2002-05 51 - Cliff Dixon ................................ 1995-97 36 - Johan Jonsson ......................... 2007-10 35 - Johan Linell.............................. 1999-01 MATCHES STARTED (GK): 53 - Clint Harris ............................... 2002-05 50 - Tim Moore................................ 1985-88 45 - Cliff Dixon ................................ 1995-97 35 - Johan Jonsson ......................... 2007-10 34 - Shawn Corgan ......................... 1992-93 Johan Linell.............................. 1999-01

Asa Pepia is Florida Southern’s career scoring leader with 106 points, and ranks second with 43 goals. He’s the only Moccasin with four 20-point seasons, including 39 points in 2004, the second most in team history.

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Minimum 2,000 minutes): 1.12 - Johan Linell ........................... 1999-01 1.19 - Cliff Dixon ............................. 1995-97 1.82 - Brian Bain ............................. 1966-69 2.06 - Clint Harris ............................ 2002-05 2.11 - Phil Marks ............................. 1989-90 SAVES: 505 - Tim Moore ............................... 1985-88 308 - Bobby Kramig .......................... 1980-81 237 - Shawn Corgan ......................... 1992-93 228 - Cliff Dixon ................................ 1995-97 212 - Clint Harris ............................... 2002-05 SHUTOUTS: 17 - Cliff Dixon ................................ 1995-97 10.5 - Clint Harris ............................... 2002-05 9 - Brian Bain ................................ 1966-69 8 - Tim Moore ............................... 1985-88 7.5 - Marcus Larsson ....................... 1999-01 Johan Linell ............................. 1999-01 MINUTES (GK): 4,799 - Tim Moore............................. 1985-88 4,719 - Clint Harris ............................ 2002-05 4,520 - Cliff Dixon ............................. 1995-97 3,241 - Johan Jonsson ...................... 2007-10 3,123 - Johan Linell ........................... 1999-01

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Johan Linell holds the career record for lowest goals against average. His career save percentage of .807 is another school record.

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Fastest Goal at the Start of a Match ................................... 10/25/77    Eight players have scored goals in the first minute of a match, led  by Nick Koumantzelis who scored just 15 seconds into play vs. Eckerd  in 1977. The Mocs eventually lost though, 4‐3. Paul Finney is the only  other Moccasin to score in the first 30 seconds, notching his goal just  25 seconds into a match against Jacksonville in 1964. The Mocs also  lost that game.    Viktor  Bakkioui  was  the  last  Moccasin  with  a  goal  in  the  first  minute, needing only 43 seconds to score against Palm Beach Atlantic  last  year.  The  Moccasins  didn’t  score  again  in  that  game  until  the  second  overtime  period  for  a  2‐1  victory.  Four  of  the  eight  times  they’ve scored in the game’s opening minute, the Mocs have lost.    The  last  time  the  Mocs  allowed  a  goal  in  the  first  minute  of  a  game  was  at  Belmont  Abbey  on  October  8,  2011.  Timmi  Borges  DaSilva  gave  the  Crusaders  a  1‐0  lead  that  day,  but  the  Mocs  came  back to earn a 2‐2 tie.   

Shortest Time Between Goals .............................................. 10/9/86    Teammates  Keith  Spresser  (below  left)  and  Frank  Stork  (below  right) scored just six seconds apart early in the first half of a 7‐0 win  over  Warner  Southern.  That’s  one  second  shy  of  the  NCAA  record  held  by  Ian  Martin  and  Josh  Dukes  of  Florida  International,  set  against St. Thomas in 1979. 

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A GOAL 6 - Alan Grossman ...... Oct. 31, 1972 – Sept. 27, 1973 5 - Steve Bertrand ........ Oct. 28, 1968 – Nov. 12, 1968 *Tim Cooper ........... Sept. 3, 1997 – Sept. 14, 1997 Mike Nance ............ Sept. 8, 2000 – Sept. 18, 2000 Asa Pepia .............. Aug. 29, 2004 – Sept. 18, 2004 Asa Pepia ...................Oct. 9, 2004 – Oct. 30, 2004 Zach Hofstetter...........Oct. 1, 2011 – Oct. 15, 2011 4 - several times, most recently Zach Hofstetter....... Sept. 6, 2011 – Sept. 17, 2011 CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A POINT 10 - Zach Hofstetter...........Oct. 29, 2009 – Oct. 2, 2010 6 - Alan Grossman ...... Oct. 31, 1972 – Sept. 27, 1973 *Asa Pepia ............ Aug. 27, 2004 – Sept. 18, 2004 Asa Pepia ................. Sept. 21, 2005 – Oct. 5, 2005 Patrik Dandanell ..... Sept. 9, 2005 – Sept. 24, 2005 5 - several times, most recently Zach Hofstetter...........Oct. 1, 2011 – Oct. 15, 2011 *streak occurred at the start of the season

Did You Know?

Steve Jacobs is the only Moccasin in team history to score a goal, or record a point in the first four games of his career. A freshman from Bermuda, Jacobs scored single goals against Emory, Rollins, Stetson and Miami to start the 1962 season, and ended up as the Mocs’ leading scorer that year with seven goals in nine games. The last Moccasin to score a goal in his first three games was Mike Nance in 1999, though Nance was a sophomore who transferred from the University of South Florida. The last time a freshman did it was 1993, when Patrick Straub began his career with four goals and three assists in his first three collegiate games. 

Shortest Time Between Goals by the Same Player ................ 9/12/87    Okay, so everyone scored in a 16‐0 win vs. Florida Bible College in  1987,  but  Steve  Lose  scored  back‐to‐back  goals  just  eight  seconds  apart. He shares the NCAA all‐divisions record with George Moyssidis  of Florida International.   

Two Penalty Kicks in One Game ........................................... 9/23/89    Penalty kicks really aren’t that unusual, but only twice on record  in 55 years has a Moccasin converted two in one game. Most recently  it was accomplished by Mike Bauder on September 23, 1989, in a 2‐2  tie against Florida Atlantic. Each of those penalty kicks tied the game,  with the first coming in the 39th minute, and the second one coming  in the 66th. The only other Moccasin to make two penalty kicks in one  game was their all‐time goals leader Alan Grossman, who did it in a  6‐1 win over Tampa in 1973. 10

 

 

CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS MINUTES 521:34 - Marcus Larsson............Oct. 7, 2000 – Oct. 3, 2001 510:34 - Cliff Dixon ................... Sept. 6, 1997 – Oct. 5, 1997 428:47 - Cliff Dixon ...................Oct. 8, 1997 – Oct. 29, 1997 362:00 - Brian Bain................ Oct. 24, 1968 – Nov. 12, 1968 307:00 - Brian Bain........................................................ 1967 CONSECUTIVE STARTS *62 - Pat Hegert ............... Sept. 16, 1981 – Nov. 3, 1984 *62 - John Mines .............. Sept. 16, 1981 – Nov. 3, 1984 54 - Barrett Schiwitz .......... Nov. 8, 1987 – Nov. 3, 1990 50 - Tim Moore .............. Sept. 13, 1986 – Oct. 30, 1988 47 - Luke Miller ................ Sept. 3, 1997 – Oct. 14, 1999 46 - Paul Findling ........... Sept. 28, 1985 – Nov. 8, 1987 *started every game in their four-year careers


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN YEAR-BY-YEAR STAT LEADERS 1957  1958  1959  1960  1961  1962  1963  1964  1965  1966  1967  1968  1969  1970  1971  1972  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    2010    2011 

Goals Scored  NA  Richard Pike  Tex Jackson  Tex Jackson  Tex Jackson  Steve Jacobs*  Frank Eisenchenk  Terry Darby  Terry Darby  Jim Dawsey*  Bruce Bain  Jim Dawsey  Jim Dawsey  Grover Thompson  Frank Hanraets*  Alan Grossman  Alan Grossman  Alan Grossman  Tom Arthur  Charlie Tauby  Tom Arthur  Doug Kaufman  Nick Koumantzelis  Dave Elliot  Sean Murphy  John Lefeber  Darryl Long  Sean Murphy  Pat Hegert*  Kurt Oettl  John Jane  Neal Mazzei  Jim Allegro  Chris Black  Shane Hassett*  Bobby Pineiro*  Jimmy Weekley  Mike Bauder  Frank Bresk*  Frank Bresk  Barry Young  Frank Bresk  Chris Crawshaw*  Brian Harper  Brian Harper  Simo Arajarvi*  Tim Cooper  Tim Cooper  Dan Levie  Mike Nance  Mike Nance  Mike Nance  Peter Schiebel  Asa Pepia  Asa Pepia  Asa Pepia  Patrik Dandanell  Patrik Dandanell  Givi Kokaia  Zach Hoftstter  Jovaughn Howard*  Zach Hofstetter  Givi Kokaia  Zach Hofstetter 

10  7  4  5  7  13  7  16  4  8  9  11  10  15  18  22  6  8  8  11  7    9  12  4        6  8  7  8  8  8    4  8  10  8  10  14  13  9  6      15  9  13  15  7  10  7  17  11  7  6  7  3    9 

1957‐60  1961  1962  1963  1964 

Assists  NA  Pat Murphy  NA  Terry Darby*  Kurt Hoch 

1965‐68  1969  1970  1971‐76  1977 

NA  Grover Thompson  Jeff Hoch  NA  Tom Arthur 

1978  1979  1980    1981    1982 

Doug Kaufman  Sean Murphy*  David Loiselle*  Damon Yerkes  John Lefeber  Joie Davis  Kurt Oettl 

1983  1984  1985      1986  1987 

Frank Stork*  Hank Gibson  Jim Allegro  Neal Mazzei  Matt Iozzi*  Frank Stork  Jimmy Weekley* 

3  3  2 

1988  1989  1990  1991  1992 

Jimmy Weekley  Mike Bauder  Frank Bresk*  Roberto Rampino*  Phil Bethea 

5  8  8  5  6 

1993  1994  1995    1996  1997       

Frank Bresk  Brian Harper  Dominic Stross  Blaise Bussell*  Cesar Wilen  Tim Cooper  Chris Crawshaw  Nathan Garcia  Tony Zito 

8  6  4  4  7  6 

1998  1999  2000  2001   

Nathan Garcia  Marcus Skarman  Nick Bergstrom  Mike Nance  Nick Bergstrom 

12  8  10  8  8 

2002  2003  2004        2005   

Peter Schiebel  Clay Roberts  Asa Pepia  Jonathan Streets  Boris Juric*  Aaron DeLoach  Ola Sandquist  Jonathan Streets 

7  7  5 

2006  2007  2008  2009  2010 

Patrik Dandanell  Patrik Dandanell  Dennie Townsend  Zach Hofstetter  Zach Hofstetter 

6  5  4  2  10 

2011 

Zach Hofstetter 

10 

9  7 

17 

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5  5  9  6  4  2  3  4 

7  6 

1957‐60  1961  1962  1963  1964 

Points  NA  Pat Murphy  Steve Jacobs*  Frank Eisenchenk  Terry Darby 

1965  1966  1967  1968  1969 

Terry Darby  NA  Bruce Bain  Greg Hoch  Jim Dawsey 

34 

1970  1971  1972  1973  1974 

Grover Thompson  Frank Hanraets*  Alan Grossman  Alan Grossman  Alan Grossman 

23  30  36  47  12 

1975  1976  1977  1978  1979 

Tom Arthur  Charlie Tauby  Tom Arthur  Doug Kaufman  Dave Elliot 

16  16  31  20  20 

1980  1981  1982  1983  1984 

Sean Murphy  John Lefeber  Kurt Oettl  John Jane  Neal Mazzei 

25  11  16  17  16 

1985  1986  1987  1988  1989 

Jim Allegro  Chris Black  Shane Hassett*  Jimmy Weekley  Mike Bauder 

18  18  18  13  24 

1990  1991  1992  1993  1994 

Frank Bresk*  Frank Bresk  Barry Young  Frank Bresk  Chris Crawshaw* 

28  18  24  36  30 

1995  1996  1997  1998  1999 

Brian Harper  Brian Harper  Tim Cooper  Dan Levie  Mike Nance 

20  18  36  20  29 

2000  2001  2002  2003  2004 

Mike Nance  Mike Nance  Peter Schiebel  Asa Pepia  Asa Pepia 

36  22  27  20  39 

2005  2006  2007  2008  2009 

Asa Pepia  Patrik Dandanell  Patrik Dandanell  Givi Kokaia  Zach Hofstetter 

26  20  17  16  8 

2010  Zach Hofstetter  2011  Zach Hofstetter      *freshman 

12  14  26  16 

17  20  24 

28  44 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN YEAR-BY-YEAR YEAR 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 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 2010 2011 55 years

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GF 10 22 15 9 10 15 27 26 28 21 21 30 33 29 42 46 50 18 37 26 31 37 33 27 20 19 19 29 24 31 40 29 43 40 36 41 43 39 41 34 42 36 43 52 42 40 33 48 34 25 27 19 10 38 38 1698

GA 15 11 17 11 22 34 25 18 25 23 14 20 27 40 31 25 23 63 41 35 40 28 32 48 34 47 36 52 70 49 37 34 41 45 38 53 50 53 33 30 11 24 20 21 15 29 53 29 27 36 42 46 48 21 31 1823

SHUTOUTS FOR/AG'ST. 0/0 0/0 0/2 2/1 0/2 0/1 1/0 1/0 1/1 1/1 2/1 3/1 1/2 0/5 4/2 2/2 3/5 1/7 1/2 1/5 0/2 5/2 1/5 2/3 2/5 2/9 1/4 2/4 2/9 2/10 3/9 3/5 2/5 4/3 5/4 3/2 2/4 1/6 4/5 4/5 11/1 4/3 5/3 5/3 5/3 7/6 3/3 3/4 4/1 2/5 2/2 1/4 0/6 3/2 3/1 132/188

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN HALL OF FAMERS  

Jim Bush, Florida Southern Hall of Fame, Class of 2005 Jim  Bush  spent  30  years  at  Florida  Southern  and  served  as  head  coach  of  the  Moccasins  from  their  beginning in 1957, until his retirement following the 1980 season. He compiled a career record of 115‐ 118‐23,  won  five  Florida  Intercollegiate  Conference  titles,  and  led  the  Mocs  to  their  only  NCAA  Tournament  appearance  in  1971.  Bush  also  coached  the  Florida  Southern  men’s  tennis  team  for  27  years (1959‐85) and put together a mark of 283‐209, and the FSC women’s tennis team in 1979 and  ‘80 with a record of 33‐16.     

Alan Grossman, Florida Southern Hall of Fame, Class of 2006 In  2006,  Jim  Bush  was  joined  by  one  of  his  former  players,  Alan  Grossman,  who  played  at  FSC  from  1971‐74. He set season records that still stand with 22 goals and 47 points in 1973, and also owns the  school record for goals in a match (6), goals in a career (47), and most career hat tricks (10). His career  total of 97 points stood as a school record for 31 years before it was broken in 2005. He was the Mocs’  leading scorer three times, including his senior year when he moved to the back line in order to help the  defense.      Brian Bain, Florida Southern Hall of Fame, Class of 2010 Brian Bain was a 1967 All‐American and remains the only four‐year starting goalkeeper in team history  (1966‐69). Though complete save totals from that era are unavailable, he still ranks in the top three of  every  career  goalkeeping  category  in  the  team  record  book.  After  his  graduation,  Bain  taught  in  the  Polk County school system for 35 years and was well‐known for his involvement in high school sports,  particularly volleyball and wrestling. In 2001, he was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.      Cliff Dixon, Florida Southern Hall of Fame, Class of 2011 Cliff  Dixon  came  to  Florida  Southern  in  1995  after  one  year  at  the  University  of  Central  Florida,  and  spent most of the next three years as the Moccasins’ starting goalkeeper. He was named Second Team  All‐Sunshine State Conference as a junior, and as a senior he was both First Team All‐SSC and Second  Team  All‐South  Region.  That  year,  in  1997,  he  set  school  records  that  still  stand  for  goals  against  average (0.61) and shutouts (11), while making 67 saves. Dixon’s overall career numbers include a team  record 17 shutouts, while his 1.19 goals against average is second all‐time.  The Founding Father of Florida Southern Soccer, 2007 Hall of Fame Inductee Mohammed Sabie   Though he never served as head coach of the men’s soccer team, Mohammed Sabie  would have to be considered the patriarch of the Florida Southern soccer program.    As a student at Florida Southern in 1954, Sabie was instrumental in organizing a men’s  club  soccer  program,  which  later  reached  varsity  status  in  1957.  He  also  played  for  the  early  Moccasins  and  after  his  graduation  in  1957,  took  his  soccer  expertise  to  Kentucky  where  he  is  credited  with  being  one  of  the  founding  fathers  of  soccer  in  that  state.  He  coached  and  taught  at  Morehead  State  University  for  38  years  and  is  a  member  of  that  school’s  Hall  of  Fame  as  well.  Sabie  was  also  a  coach  for  the  Iraqi  national  team  in  the  1968 Olympics.    In March of 2007, Sabie became the third person inducted into the Florida Southern  Athletic  Hall  of  Fame  for  his  contributions  to  soccer.  He  joined  Jim  Bush,  the  Moccasin  coach from 1957‐80, and Alan Grossman, who played for the Mocs from 1971‐74, and still  holds the school’s career goals record. Shortly after his induction into the FSC Athletic Hall  Mohammed Sabie of Fame, Sabie passed away in Kentucky at the age of 77. 

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT  RECORD  LAST MEETING    Alabama A&M ......................... 0‐1 ......... Oct. 9, 1999 (H), L, 0‐1  Alabama‐Huntsville ................. 8‐2‐1 ...... Sept. 5, 2008 (H), W, 1‐0  Arkansas‐Little Rock ................ 0‐0‐1 ...... Oct. 16, 1988 (H), T, 2‐2 (ot)  Atlantic Christian ..................... 0‐1 ......... Oct. 18, 1982 (H), L, 0‐3  Auburn‐Montgomery .............. 0‐1 ......... Oct. 18, 1992 (H), L, 1‐5  Augusta State .......................... 1‐0 ......... Sept. 2, 2000 (A), W, 5‐0  Ave Maria ................................ 1‐0 ......... Oct. 23, 2010 (H), W, 10‐0    Baltimore College .................... 0‐1 ......... Sept. 16, 1972 (H), L, 0‐8  Barry ..................................... 6‐20‐1 .... Oct. 22, 2011 (H), L, 1‐3  Belmont Abbey ........................ 0‐0‐1 ...... Oct. 8, 2011 (A), T, 2‐2 (2ot)  Bentley ..................................... 1‐0 ......... Oct. 5, 2001 (N), W, 2‐1  Berry (GA) ................................ 1‐0 ......... Oct. 8, 2005 (H), W, 2‐1  Brewton‐Parker ....................... 3‐0 ......... Sept. 20, 2002 (H), W, 2‐0  Bryant ...................................... 2‐0 ......... Aug. 31, 2002 (H), W, 5‐2    Carson‐Newman ...................... 1‐1‐1 ...... Sept. 3, 1999 (N), T, 1‐1 (2ot)  Catawba ................................... 1‐0 ......... Oct. 12, 1998 (H), W, 2‐0  Central Florida ......................... 1‐8 ......... Aug. 31, 2003 (A), L, 0‐2  Citadel, The .............................. 0‐1 ......... Nov. 8, 1988 (A), L, 0‐1  Clayton State ........................... 0‐2 ......... Sept. 2, 2002 (H), L, 0‐1 (ot)  Clearwater Christian ................ 9‐0 ......... Oct. 15, 2011 (A), W, 2‐0  Colorado School of Mines ........ 0‐1 ......... Aug. 29, 2004 (H), L, 2‐3 (2ot)  Covenant ................................. 0‐3‐1 ...... Oct. 12, 2002 (H), L, 1‐3    Davis & Elkins ........................... 1‐0 ......... Oct. 27, 1995 (H), W, 1‐0  Dominican (NY) ........................ 1‐0 ......... Oct. 22, 1987 (H), W, 2‐0     

OPPONENT  RECORD  LAST MEETING    Eckerd ..................................16‐28‐2 .... Sept. 17, 2011 (A), W, 3‐2  Embry‐Riddle ......................... 12‐6‐1 ....... Sept. 1, 1999 (H), W, 4‐3  Emory ...................................... 6‐5 .......... Oct. 30, 1981 (H), W, 1‐0  Erskine ..................................... 0‐1 .......... Sept. 10, 1994 (N), L, 0‐1    Findlay ..................................... 1‐0 .......... Oct. 11, 2003 (H), W, 3‐2  Flagler ...................................... 5‐13‐1 ..... Oct. 21, 2009 (A), L, 1‐6  Florida...................................... 2‐2 .......... Oct. 23, 1980 (A), L, 2‐4  Florida Atlantic ........................ 3‐8‐1 ....... Sept. 26, 1992 (H), W, 2‐1  Florida Bible ............................. 3‐0 .......... Sept. 12, 1987 (H), W, 16‐0  Florida International ................ 0‐2 .......... Nov. 5, 1982 (A), L, 1‐5  Florida Tech‐Jensen Beach ...... 5‐1 .......... Oct. 26, 1985 (A), L, 2‐3  Florida Tech‐Melbourne .......17‐26‐3 .... Sept. 28, 2011 (H), L, 0‐1    Georgia Southern .................... 0‐2 .......... Sept. 16, 1990 (H), L, 2‐3  Georgia State ........................... 3‐0 .......... Oct. 15, 1971 (H), W, 4‐2    Haverford ................................ 1‐0 .......... Oct. 14, 2002 (H), W, 4‐0    Indiana‐Purdue‐Ft. Wayne ...... 2‐0 .......... Oct. 23, 1992 (H), W, 3‐1    Jacksonville ............................ 12‐16‐2 ..... Sept. 14, 1990 (A), L, 0‐2  James Madison ........................ 0‐1 .......... Dec. 4, 1971 (N), L, 0‐3    Kendall ..................................... 1‐0 .......... Sept. 15, 2000 (H), W, 5‐0  Kentucky Wesleyan ................. 1‐0 .......... Oct. 19, 1991 (H), W, 6‐0  Lees‐McRae ............................. 3‐0 .......... Oct. 14, 1999 (H), W, 2‐0  Lenoir‐Rhyne ........................... 1‐0 .......... Oct. 16, 1998 (H), W, 3‐0  Lincoln Memorial ..................... 3‐0 .......... Sept. 2, 2001 (H), W, 4‐1  Loyola (MD) ............................. 0‐1 .......... Dec. 3, 1971 (N), L, 0‐4  Lynchburg ................................ 1‐1 .......... Oct. 20, 1989 (H), W, 2‐0  Lynn ...................................... 1‐17 ....... Sept. 24, 2011 (H), L, 1‐3    Madonna ................................. 1‐1 .......... Sept. 15, 1996 (H), W, 4‐1  Mercer ..................................... 0‐0‐1 ....... Oct. 2, 1988 (H), T, 1‐1 (ot)  Mercy ...................................... 0‐1 .......... Oct. 23, 1981 (H), L, 1‐3  Merrimack ............................... 1‐0 .......... Sept. 8, 1996 (H), W, 2‐1  Methodist ................................ 0‐0‐1 ....... Oct. 18, 1987 (H), T, 2‐2 (ot)  Metropolitan State .................. 0‐1 .......... Sept. 13, 1996 (H), L, 0‐2  Miami (FL) ................................ 8‐20‐4 ..... Oct. 2, 1983 (H), L, 3‐4 (ot)  Miami (OH) .............................. 1‐0 .......... Oct. 14, 1988 (H), W, 1‐0  Milligan .................................... 1‐0 .......... Oct. 7, 2000 (H), W, 3‐1  Millsaps ................................... 1‐0 .......... Oct. 23, 1993 (H), W, 5‐1  Montevallo .............................. 5‐5‐2 ....... Sept. 6, 2009 (A), L, 1‐6  Montreat ................................. 0‐1 .......... Aug. 30, 2008 (H), L, 1‐4  Mount Olive ............................. 2‐1 .......... Sept. 1, 2011 (A), W, 4‐3    SUNY‐Binghampton ................. 1‐0 .......... Sept. 13, 1991 (H), W, 1‐0  North Carolina‐Asheville ......... 0‐1 .......... Oct. 22, 1984 (H), L, 1‐6  North Carolina Wesleyan......... 1‐0 .......... Oct. 19, 1990 (H), W, 1‐0 (ot)  North Florida ........................... 3‐4 .......... Oct. 25, 1998 (H), W, 3‐2  Nova Southeastern ................ 5‐14‐1 .... Oct. 1, 2011 (A), L, 2‐3 (ot)  Nyack ....................................... 1‐0 .......... Sept. 24, 2004 (H), W, 3‐2 (ot)    Orange Soccer Club ................. 1‐0 .......... 1965 (H), W, 4‐1    Palm Beach Atlantic ............... 16‐4‐2 ....... Sept. 20, 2011 (A), L, 1‐4  Presbyterian ............................ 0‐6 ........ Sept. 22, 2000 (N), L, 0‐1 

On October 10, 2000, Trevor Clark’s overtime goal at Barry gave the Moccasins a 3-2 victory and their last win against a team ranked #1 in the country.

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT  RECORD  LAST MEETING    Queens (NC)............................. 0‐0‐1 .... Oct. 5, 1997 (A), T, 1‐1 (2ot)  Quincy ...................................... 0‐0‐1 .... Aug. 27, 2004 (H), T, 1‐1 (2ot)    Randolph‐Macon ..................... 1‐0 ....... Oct. 22, 1988 (H), W, 2‐1  Richard Stockton...................... 0‐1 ....... Oct. 1, 1994 (H), L, 0‐4  Rockhurst ................................. 1‐0 ....... Oct. 4, 2003 (H), 1‐0  Rollins ..................................11‐47‐9 ...Oct. 27, 2011 (H), W, 4‐1    St. Andrews .............................. 1‐0 ....... Sept. 4, 2010 (A), 6‐1  St. Anselm ................................ 1‐0 ....... Oct. 7, 2001 (N), W, 4‐2  St. Francis, College of (IL) ......... 1‐0 ....... Oct. 11, 1993 (H), W, 3‐2  St. Joseph’s (IN) ....................... 3‐1 ....... Oct. 25, 1991 (H), L, 0‐1  Saint Leo ..............................28‐20‐5 ...Oct. 12, 2011 (A), W, 4‐0  St. Thomas (FL) ...................... 8‐9‐1 .....Sept. 9, 2011 (H), W, 6‐2  St. Thomas Aquinas (NY).......... 1‐0 ....... Sept. 10, 2004 (H), W, 6‐0  Savannah Art & Design ............ 2‐0 ....... Sept. 6, 2011 (H), W, 4‐0  South Carolina‐Aiken ............... 1‐0 ....... Sept. 11, 2004 (H), W, 2‐1  South Carolina‐Spartanburg .... 1‐0 ....... Sept. 24, 2000 (N), W, 3‐2  South Florida ........................... 0‐11 ..... Nov. 5, 1996 (A), L, 2‐9  Southeastern ......................... 24‐0 ....... Oct. 11, 2005 (A), W, 3‐0  Southern Connecticut State ..... 0‐1 ....... Nov. 8, 1982 (H), L, 0‐2  Southern Indiana ..................... 1‐0 ....... Sept. 14, 2003 (H), W, 3‐2 (ot)  Spring Hill (AL) ......................... 1‐0 ....... Oct. 10, 1999 (H), W, 3‐1  Stetson ................................... 26‐22‐8 .. Oct. 5, 1994 (A), L, 0‐2  Stony Brook ............................. 1‐0 ....... Sept. 28, 1990 (H), W, 1‐0    Tampa ................................... 7‐30‐2 ...Oct. 5, 2011 (A), L, 1‐3  Texas Wesleyan ....................... 0‐0‐1 .... Sept. 11, 1998 (N), T, 1‐1 (2ot)  Thomas (GA) ............................ 5‐3 ....... Sept. 10, 2010 (A), W, 3‐1  Toccoa Falls ............................. 1‐0 ....... Oct. 22, 1990 (H), W, 7‐1    Valdosta State .......................... 2‐0 ....... Oct. 4, 1980 (H), W, 9‐1    Warner Southern ..................... 7‐1 ....... Oct. 21, 2006 (A), L, 0‐2  Webber International ............ 11‐1‐2 .... Sept. 28, 2007 (H), W, 3‐2  West Florida .......................... 4‐10‐1 ...Sept. 11, 2011 (H), L, 3‐4  Western Carolina ..................... 1‐0 ....... Oct. 11, 1984 (H), W, 6‐3  William Carey........................... 0‐1 ....... Oct. 15, 1988 (H), L, 0‐3  Wingate ................................... 3‐1 ....... Oct. 23, 1998 (H), W, 3‐2 (ot)  Wofford ................................... 0‐1 ....... Oct. 31, 1981 (H), L, 0‐1 

RECORD NIGHT AT ROLLINS  Only  once  has  a  Florida  Southern  soccer  match  been  decided by penalty kicks, and it came in the first round of  the 2003 Sunshine State Conference Tournament at Rollins.   

Since it was the first time the SSC had staged a postseason  tournament since 1981, the Tars would actually have to be  considered the defending champions of a sort. Ranked #18  in  the  country,  Rollins  was  also  looking  to  possibly  secure  its first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 21 years.   

The  Tars  were  13‐2‐2  overall  and  seeded  third  in  the  SSC  Tournament, while the Moccasins were 8‐8‐1, seeded sixth,  and  looking  to  end  the  year  on  a  high  note.  Statistically,  Rollins  had  the  edge  for  most  of  the  night,  but  a  goal  by  th Pete Schiebel in the 26  minute had given Florida Southern  a 1‐0 lead. It stood up until Ryan Dodds tied the game for  Rollins with 11 minutes remaining.   

When  overtime  ended  with  the  game  still  tied  1‐1,  the  result  was  officially  a  tie,  but  penalty  kicks  were  used  to  determine  which  team  would  advance  to  the  SSC  semi‐ finals. With Rollins going first, each team took five penalty  kicks,  but  each  went  5‐for‐5,  sending  the  game  to  sudden  death penalty kicks. The first time one team scored and the  other didn’t, the game would be over. It took 11 rounds of  sudden  death  PKs  for  that  to  happen,  and  even  more  amazing was that neither team missed until the very end.   

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Though there are no official records, it’s believed to be the  longest  game  in  NCAA  Division  II  history,  and  matched  a  16‐round  tie‐breaker  by  Clarkson  (NY)  and  Plattsburgh  State (NY) in the first round of a 1993 Division III Regional  Tournament.  Clarkson  won  that  one,  11‐10,  and  it  will  be  nearly impossible for any two teams to equal what Florida  Southern and Rollins accomplished by each making 15 in a  row before a miss. 

THE 1971 NCAA SMALL COLLEGE TOURNAMENT Florida Southern’s only trip to the NCAA playoffs happened  in  1971,  when  the  Moccasins  earned  an  automatic  bid  to  the  NCAA  Small  College  South  Regional  by  winning  the  Florida  Intercollegiate  Conference.  They  got  that  bid  by  defeating Rollins 1‐0 in the final game of the regular season  when freshman Frank Hanraets scored with three seconds  to play in overtime, assisted by Richard Brelsford. 

 

In addition to Pepia, the Moccasins also got two PKs from  Keith Butler, Pete Schiebel, Clay Roberts, Travis Hobgood,  and Panu Purhonen. Four others made their only attempt  during the tie‐breaker, all of them during the sudden death  portion:  Jonathan  Streets,  Brian  Miller,  Adam  Lemnouni  and  Doug  Hughes.  Harris  had  11  saves  during  regulation  and overtime before making his biggest one at the end. 

 

Rollins  also  received  a  bid  and  served  as  the  tournament  host, with Loyola (MD) and James Madison completing the  field. With each team playing two games, the Mocs lost to  Loyola  4‐0  in  the  opening  round,  before  dropping  a  3‐0  decision  the  next  day  to  James  Madison.  Loyola  won  the  region title with a 7‐2 win over Rollins. 

 

Ironically, Rollins’ Chris Cerroni, who made two PKs during  the tie‐breaker, bounced one off the left post  early in the  first half that would have given the Tars a 1‐0 lead. 

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On the Tars’ 16  attempt (the 11  sudden death attempt),  Moccasin  goalkeeper  Clint  Harris  stopped  German  Vivas,  giving  Asa  Pepia  a  chance  to  decide  the  game  for  Florida  Southern.  Having  already  made  one  other  penalty  kick  in  the tie‐breaker, Pepia made it 2‐for‐2, bringing the game to  a close just over three hours after it began. 

 


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2011 FINAL STATS AND RESULTS (7-7-1, 3-5) PLAYER

MP MS MIN

C-E SH

G

Zach Hofstetter Ashley Holmes Luke Jenner Viktor Bakkioui David Fletcher

15 13 14 14 15

15 13 9 13 15

1340 1177 1067 1136 1272

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

66 17 10 44 21 6 1 13 14 4 2 10 22 2 4 8 9 2 4 8

Gustaf Ytterbom Logan Albritton Ricky Marton Mitchell Francois Adam Hansjons

14 15 15 15 14

13 901 13 1199 15 1334 14 1036 2 403

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

17 7 11 10 8

0 2 1 1 1

6 1 2 1 1

6 5 4 3 3

J.D. Ruiz Brad Hunt Jovaughn Howard Charlie Craig (GK) James May

15 14 1142 11 6 556 4 2 145 7 6 595 6 0 145

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

3 16 3 0 1

0 1 1 0 0

3 0 0 1 0

3 2 2 1 0

Ryan Arndt 13 Petter Allansson 5 Sebastian Bergh 2 Clay Clingerman 2 Sebastian Abrahamsson 2

6 0 0 0 0

681 86 22 15 13

2-0 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

Brandon Massie 2 Andres Guzman (GK) 9

0 9

6 778

0-0 0-1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

FLA. SOUTHERN OPPONENTS GOALKEEPERS Andres Guzman Charlie Craig

15 15

DATE OPPONENT 9/1 at Mount Olive

A PT

1373 18-1 208 38 36 112 1373 16-0 203 31 21 83

9 6

FLA. SOUTHERN 15 OPPONENTS 15 *includes six team saves

778 585

117 37 77 22

2 13 1.50 1 18 2.72

1373 1373

194 *65 203 68

3 31 2.03 1 38 2.49

TEAM STATS

Score by Halves 1 2 OT OT PK-A CK FLS Off.

FLA. SOUTHERN OPPONENTS

13 25 12 18

0 1

0 0

2-3 88 5-5 107

133 145

Savannah Art & Design W, 4-0

9/9

St. Thomas (FL)

W, 6-2

9/11

West Florida

L, 3-4

9/17

*at Eckerd

W, 3-2

9/20 9/24

at Palm Beach Atlantic *Lynn

L, 1-4 L, 1-3

9/28 10/1

*Florida Tech *at Nova Southeastern

L, 0-1 L, 2-3

10/5 10/8

*at Tampa at Belmont Abbey

37 65

Holmes (penalty kick) Hofstetter (Fletcher, Bakkioui) ot

* Sunshine State Conference Match

--Hofstetter (Fletcher) Albritton (Hofstetter)

#SSC Tournament

Sunshine State Conference Career Save Leaders (300+) 1. *Tim Moore ......... 505 (Fla. Southern, 1985-88) 2. Rick Bratincevic ..........444 (Central Fla., 1980-83) 3. Ken Finch.......................398 (Saint Leo, 1985-88) 4. Joe Raymond ................393 (Rollins, 1981-84) 5. Martin Peat ..................379 (Fla. Tech, 1994-97) 6. Bob Kovack ...................333 (Eckerd, 1992-95) 7. Bobby Kramig ....... 308 (Fla. Southern, 1978-81)

Did You Know? Former Moccasin goalkeeper Tim Moore is not only the career record holder in saves for Florida Southern, but the entire Sunshine State Conference as well. He also ranks sixth in NCAA Division II history for career saves and was the all-time leader at the time of his graduation in 1988.

*Set SSC season record with 179 saves in 1986 16

 

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GOALS (ASSISTS) Fletcher (unassisted) Bakkioui (Holmes) Holmes (Hofstetter) Howard (Hofstetter, Ruiz) Hofstetter (unassisted) Hofstetter (unassisted) Francois (Craig, Hofstetter) Marton (Hofstetter) Hofstetter (unassisted) Holmes (Hofstetter) Holmes (Hofstetter, Bakkioui) Hunt (unassisted) Hofstetter (Jenner, Marton) Jenner (unassisted) Bakkioui (Fletcher) Hofstetter (Bakkioui, Jenner) Hofstetter (unassisted) Holmes (Hofstetter) Holmes (penalty kick) Hofstetter (unassisted)

L, 1-3 Hofstetter (Ytterbom) T, 2-2 2ot Hofstetter (Hansjons) Hofstetter (Fletcher) 10/12 *at Saint Leo W, 4-0 Jenner (Ytterbom) Hofstetter (Ruiz) Hofstetter (Ytterbom) Hofstetter (unassisted) 10/15 at Clearwater Christian W, 2-0 Jenner (Hofstetter, Marton) Hofstetter (Ruiz) 10/17 at Ave Maria cancelled 10/22 *Barry L, 1-3 Jenner (Ytterbom) 10/27 *Rollins W, 4-1 Albritton (Hofstetter) Fletcher (Francois, Bakkioui) Hofstetter (Albritton, Ytterbom) Hansjons (Ytterbom)

MP MS Min Shots SV SH GA GAA 9 7

RESULT W, 4-3

 


2012 Florida Southern Men’s Soccer History and Record Book 

2011 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE WRAP-UP FINAL SSC STANDINGS TEAM ALL x-Lynn 14-5-3 Florida Tech 9-6-1 x-Rollins 15-4 x-Barry 12-3-6 Saint Leo 9-5-1 Eckerd 9-7-1 Tampa 3-10-2 Florida Southern 7-7-1 Nova SE 4-11-1

GF 35 19 38 40 30 28 22 38 18

GA 13 16 17 20 26 22 32 31 33

SSC GF 6-2 12 5-2-1 11 5-3 14 3-2-3 16 4-4 8 3-4-1 9 3-4-1 8 3-5 16 1-7 11

2011 SSC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS GA 3 7 12 10 17 10 10 16 20

POINTS ## Player, Team GP Goals Ast. Pts. Avg./G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Mark Anderson, BU .............. 21 ........ 21 ........ 4.........46 ...........2.19 2. Zach Hofstetter, FSC .......... 15 ........ 17 ...... 10 .........44 ...........2.93 3. Harald Gracholski, LU .......... 20 ........ 13 ........ 1.........27 ...........1.35 4. Ryan Griffin, UT .................... 14 ........ 11 ........ 3.........25 ...........1.79 5. Rafa Faria, RC...................... 18 .......... 7 ........ 9.........23 ...........1.28 6. Matt Knight, EC .................... 17 ........ 10 ........ 1.........21 ...........1.24 7. Joel Purkiss, SL .................... 15 .......... 8 ........ 4.........20 ...........1.33 8. Edgar Herrera, SL ................ 15 .......... 5 ........ 6.........16 ...........1.07 Anthony Arico, EC ................ 18 .......... 4 ........ 8.........16 ...........0.89 Nick Sowers, RC .................. 18 .......... 6 ........ 4.........16 ...........0.89

x-Earned NCAA Tournament bid

GOALS ## Player, Team GP Goals Avg./G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Mark Anderson, BU .............. 21 ........ 21 ......1.00 2. Zach Hofstetter, FSC .......... 15 ........ 17 ......1.13 3. Harald Gracholski, LU .......... 20 ........ 13 ......0.65 4. Ryan Griffin, UT .................... 14 ........ 11 ......0.79 5. Matt Knight, EC .................... 17 ........ 10 ......0.59 6. Joel Purkiss, SL .................... 15 .......... 8 ......0.53 7. Rafa Faria, RC...................... 18 .......... 7 ......0.39 Heiko Eberhardt, LU ............. 21 .......... 7 ......0.33 9. Ashley Holmes, FSC .......... 13 .......... 6 ......0.46 Nick Sowers, RC .................. 18 .......... 6 ......0.33

SSC Tournament Results First Round (#3) Rollins 2, (#6) Eckerd 1 (#4) Barry 1, (#5) Saint Leo 1 (2ot) (Barry advances on penalty kicks, 4-1)

Semifinals Rollins 3, (#2) Florida Tech 0 Barry 0, (#1) Lynn 0 (2ot) (Barry advances on penalty kicks, 7-6)

Championship Game Rollins 2, Barry 1

ASSISTS ## Player, Team GP Asts. Avg./G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Zach Hofstetter, FSC .......... 15 ........ 10 ......0.67 2. Rafa Faria, RC...................... 18 .......... 9 ......0.50 3. Anthony Arico, EC ................ 18 .......... 8 ......0.44 4. Joong Kim, BU...................... 18 .......... 7 ......0.39 5. Gustaf Ytterbom, FSC ........ 14 .......... 6 ......0.43 Edgar Herrera, SL ................ 15 .......... 6 ......0.40 Matt Duffy, EC ...................... 17 .......... 6 ......0.35 Ryan Maleknia, RC .............. 18 .......... 6 ......0.33 Guilherme Oliveira, BU......... 21 .......... 6 ......0.29 10. several players with .................. .......... 5

2011 ALL-SSC TEAM FIRST TEAM ALL-SSC F – Mark Anderson, BU ...........Sr. F – Zach Hofstetter, FSC ...... Sr. F – Ryan Griffin, UT.................Sr. M – Heiko Eberhardt, LU ........ GR M – Guilherme Oliveira, BU ..... Jr. M – Nick Sowers, RC ..............Sr. D – Justin Clark, RC ................Sr. D – Matt Duffy, EC .................. Jr. D – Ashley Holmes, FSC .......Jr. GK – Johnny Rodrigues, BU ... Jr. AL – Harald Gracholski (M), LU . GR

SECOND TEAM ALL-SSC F – Rafa Faria, RC ....................Jr. F – Matt Knight, EC ...................Jr. F – Nick Robinson, FT .............. Sr. M – Anthony Arico, EC ............. Sr. M – Dominic Cutrofello, UT ...... Sr. M – Joong Kim, BU.................. So. D – Jack Clifford, RC ................ Sr. D – Brian Fekete, UT .................Jr. D – Kalle Mansson, FT ............. Sr. D – Jason Sangha, LU ............. Fr. GK – Brentton Muhammad, FT So. AL – Matt DiCerbo (GK), LU ......Jr.

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 50% of team’s minutes) ## Player, Team GP GA Minutes Sho. GAA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Matt DiCerbo, LU ...................... 21 ......... 13 ......1888:38 ......10 ........ 0.62 2. Brentton Muhammad, FT ......... 14 ......... 12 ......1264:42 ........ 5 ........ 0.85 3. Johnny Rodrigues, BU ............. 21 ......... 20 ......1994:08 ........ 6 ........ 0.90 4. Keneil Baker, RC ...................... 18 ......... 16 ......1569:46 ........ 7 ........ 0.92 5. Andrea Giombetti, NSU ............ 14 ......... 19 ......1223:44 ........ 4 ........ 1.40 6. Toni Virtanen, EC ..................... 16 ......... 23 ......1457:46 ........ 4 ........ 1.42

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-SSC GK – Keneil Baker, RC ............ So. GK – Toni Virtanen, EC ........... So.

SAVES ## Player-Team GP SVS. Avg./G --------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Johnny Rodrigues, BU ........... 21 .........72 ..... 3.43 2. Andrea Giombetti, NSU .......... 14 .........62 ..... 4.43 3. Toni Virtanen, EC ................... 16 .........60 ..... 3.75 4. Keneil Baker, RC .................... 18 .........53 ..... 2.94 5. Brentton Muhammad, FT ....... 14 .........49 ..... 3.50 McKenzey Scott, SL ............... 15 .........49 ..... 3.27 Matt DiCerbo, LU .................... 21 .........49 ..... 2.33 8. David Niepel, UT .................... 13 .........48 ..... 3.69

PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Mark Anderson, Barry OFFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Mark Anderson, Barry DEFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Justin Clark, Rollins FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR: Jason Sangha, Lynn COACH-OF-THE-YEAR: Robin Chan, Florida Tech SSC TOURNAMENT MVP: Rafa Faria, Rollins 17

 

 


2012 Florida Southern Men’s Soccer History and Record Book 

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE POSTSEASON HISTORY YEAR‐BY‐YEAR SSC CHAMPIONS    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  2010  2011 

REGULAR SEASON  NONE  NONE  NONE  NONE  Tampa  Tampa  Tampa  St. Thomas  Tampa  Tampa  Florida Tech  Florida Tech/Tampa  Tampa  Florida Tech  Florida Tech/Tampa/Barry  Florida Tech  Tampa  Tampa  Tampa  Tampa  Lynn  Lynn  Barry  Tampa  Barry  Lynn  Rollins  Saint Leo  Rollins  Lynn  Lynn  Rollins/Tampa  Rollins/Barry  Lynn 

SSC Teams in the National Championship Game  1981  1983  1988  1991  1992  1994  1997  2000  2001  2003  2010  2011 

TOURNAMENT  Eckerd  Central Florida  Central Florida  Rollins 

defeated Cal State‐Los Angeles, 1‐0  lost to Seattle Pacific, 1‐0  defeated Cal State‐Northridge, 3‐2  defeated Sonoma State, 5‐1  lost to Southern Connecticut St., 1‐0  defeated Oakland (MI), 3‐0 (2ot)  lost to Cal State‐Bakersfield, 1‐0  lost to Cal State‐Dominguez Hills, 2‐1 (4ot)  defeated Cal State‐Dominguez Hills, 2‐1  defeated Cal State‐Chico, 2‐1  lost to Northern Kentucky, 3‐2  lost to Fort Lewis (CO), 3‐2 (ot) 

 

*SSC provisional members in 1997   

NCAA South Region Championship Game  (since regional alignment began in 1989)  Year  1989  1990  1991  1992  1993  1994  1995  1996  1997  1998  1999  2000  2001  2002  2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011 

Lynn  Lynn  (cancelled – Hurricane Wilma)  Rollins  Tampa  Lynn  Barry  Tampa  Rollins 

 

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT  (No tournament held from 1982‐2002)  YEAR  1978  1979  1980    1981   

Tampa  Tampa  Florida Tech  Florida Tech  Tampa  Tampa  *Lynn  Barry  Tampa  Lynn  Rollins  Lynn 

WINNER  RUNNER‐UP  SCORE  MVP  Eckerd  Rollins  1‐0  NONE  Central Fla.  Rollins  2‐1  NONE  Central Fla.  Rollins  2‐1  Max Rony Francois (O), UCF        Jeff Ritacco (D), Rollins  Rollins  Central Fla.  1‐0 (so)  Max Rony Francois (O), UCF        Jim Kerner (D), Rollins 

Winner  UNC‐Greensboro  Florida Tech  Florida Tech  Tampa  Florida Tech  Tampa  USC‐Spartanburg  Lynn  Lynn  USC‐Spartanburg  Barry  Barry  Tampa  Central Arkansas  Lynn  Central Arkansas  Lynn  West Florida  *Montevallo  Tampa  Tampa  Rollins  #Lynn 

Runner‐Up  Tampa  UNC‐Greensboro  Tampa  Florida Tech  USC‐Spartanburg  USC‐Spartanburg  Tampa  Tampa  USC‐Spartanburg  Lynn  Lynn  Christian Brothers  Lynn  Barry  Rollins  Rollins  Saint Leo  Lynn  Tampa  Lynn  Rollins  Barry  Barry 

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

Site  Greensboro, NC  Greensboro, NC  Melbourne  Tampa  Melbourne  Spartanburg, SC  Tampa  Boca Raton  Boca Raton  Boca Raton  Boca Raton  Miami Shores  Tampa  Miami Shores  Boca Raton  Winter Park  Saint Leo  Pensacola  Pensacola  Boca Raton  Winter Park  Winter Park  Winter Park 

 

*(Montevallo advanced on penalty kicks, 6‐5)  #(Lynn advanced on penalty kicks, 4‐2)   

 

2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011 

Lynn  Barry  2‐1  Lynn  Nova SE  2‐1  TOURNAMENT CANCELLED  Rollins  Barry  3‐0  Tampa  Lynn  4‐2  Lynn  Tampa  4‐0  Barry  Tampa  2‐0  Tampa  Florida Tech  2‐1 (2ot)  Rollins  Barry  2‐1 

Florida Southern goalkeeper Clint Harris had 11 saves in the Mocs’ 2003 SSC Tournament game at Rollins. That number still stands as the record for the conference tournament, though it’s been equaled three times. Since the tournament was resurrected in 2003, only one player has ever had a hat trick, with Rollins’ Chris Cerroni scoring three goals for the Tars in a 3-0 win over Florida Tech in the 2006 semifinals.

Andy Hirst, Lynn  Carl Wallace, Lynn  Chris Cerroni, Rollins  Pascal Milien, Tampa  Jean Alexandre, Lynn  Mark Anderson, Barry  Dominic Goncalves, Tampa  Rafa Faria, Rollins 

 

Notes:  Four  #4  seeds  have  won  the  SSC  Tournament:  Eckerd  (1978),  Lynn  (2004),  Barry  (2009),  and  Tampa  (2010).  The  2009  Barry  team  is  the only one to win three games in the tournament without allowing a  goal.  No  team  seeded  lower  than  #4  has  ever  made  it  to  the  championship game.    18

 

 


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE   

Front  Row  (L‐R):  Carlos  Rodriguez  (23),  Niklas  Davidsson  (21),  Clay  Clingerman  (2),  David  Blanco  (25),  Mario  Mustafa  (22),  Adam  Hansjons  (11).  Middle Row (L‐R): Jovaughn Howard (7), Aleks Ratkovic (10), Petter Allansson (12), Andreas Hagstrom (17), Ashley Holmes (5), Ricky Marton (20),  Matthew  Firestine,  James  Gibson,  Brad  Hunt.  Back  Row  (L‐R):  Asst.  Sports  Information  Director  Tim  Carpenter,  Alexander  Garcia,  James  May,  Mitchell  Francois,  Luke  Jenner,  Brent  Theriault,  Andres  Guzman,  Patrick  Abrahamsson,  Austin  Ruiz,  Phillip  Lassiter,  Thomas  Blumenthal,  Head  Coach Hugh Seyfarth. 

2012 Florida Southern College Moccasins Men’s Soccer Roster   No.    0    1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10    11    12    13    14    15    16    17    18    19    20    21    22    23    25 

Name  Brent Theriault  Andres Guzman  Clay Clingerman  James May  Phillip Lassiter  Ashley Holmes  Patrick Abrahamsson  Jovaughn Howard  Luke Jenner  Brad Hunt  Aleks Ratkovic  Adam Hansjons  Petter Allansson  Matthew Firestine  Mitchell Francois  Alexander Garcia  Austin Ruiz  Andreas Hagstrom  Thomas Blumenthal  James Gibson  Ricky Marton  Niklas Davidsson  Mario Mustafa  Carlos Rodriguez  David Blanco 

Pos.  GK  GK  Def.  Mid.  For.  Def.  Mid./Def.  For./Mid.  Mid.  For./Mid.  Mid./For.  Mid.  Def.  For./Def.  Mid.  Mid.  For.  Def.  Mid.  Def.  Def.  Def.  Mid.  Mid.  Mid. 

Ht.  6‐01  6‐02  5‐10  5‐10  5‐11  6‐03  6‐00  5‐10  5‐11  5‐09  6‐02  5‐09  6‐01  6‐05  5‐11  5‐07  5‐11  6‐04  6‐00  6‐00  6‐02  5‐11  5‐08  5‐09  5‐09 

Class  So.  Jr.  So.  Sr.  Fr.  Grad.  Jr.  Sr.  Jr.  Sr.  Sr.  Jr.  So.  Fr.  So.  So.  Fr.  Fr.  Fr.  So.  Jr.  Fr.  Sr.  Fr.  Sr. 

Hometown  Port Charlotte, FL  Orlando, FL  Auburndale, FL  Royal Palm Beach, FL  McKinney, TX  Gedling, England  Frolunda, Sweden  Micanopy, FL  Preston, England  Frisco, TX  New Port Richey, FL  Upplands Vasby, Sweden  Sävedalen, Sweden  Valrico, FL  Frisco, TX  Caracas, Venezuela  Winter Haven, FL  Trangsund, Sweden  Lidingo, Sweden  Cape Coral, FL  Naperville, IL  Norrkoping, Sweden  Lima, Peru  Tampa, FL  Lakeland, FL 

 

Hugh Seyfarth – Head Coach  Eoghan Conlon – Assistant Coach  Megan Fornoff – Athletic Trainer 

     

High School/Previous School  Community Christian School  Boone/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC  Auburndale  Royal Palm Beach  Boyd  Nottingham  Katrinelunds Gymnasiet  Eastside  Cardinal Newman College  Frisco  River Ridge  Vilunda Gymnasium  Hulebäcksgymnasiet  Bloomingdale  Wakeland  San Agustin‐El Paraiso  Auburndale  Ostra Gymnasium  Victor Rydberg Gymnasium  Bishop Verot  Neuqua Valley  De Geergymnasiet  Colegio Turicara  Sickles  Lakeland Christian 


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