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Hannah Groff Rachel Lanctot Alyssa Dewing Chelsea Wampler Stephanie Wyse Summer Hasan Laura Krabill Lindsay Goodman Marissa Kauffman Marcella Az-Zoughbi Kayla Hooley Lauren Stoltzfus

Joel King Michael Steury Aaron Sutter Chanuk Algama Jordan Kauffman Joe King Benjamin Basnet Alejandro Davalos Daniel Buschert Jackson Beck Matthew Amstutz




Blue Ball, PA / Garden Spot HS Bristol, IN / Bethany Christian HS Indianapolis, IN / Warren Central HS Bourbon, IN / Triton HS Mt. Pleasant, IA / Hesston College Newton, KS / Newton HS Tiskilla, IL / Princeton HS Nappanee, IN / Northwood HS Harleysville, PA / Messiah College South Bend, IN / Hillsdale HS Peoria, AZ / Centennial HS Lancaster, PA / Lancaster Mennonite HS

Goshen, IN / Bethany Christian HS Goshen, IN / Hesston College Urbana, IL / Urbana HS Kelaniya, Sri Lanka / St. Thomas Prep Goshen, IN / Bethany Christian HS Goshen, IN / Goshen HS Thimphu, Bhutan / Woodstock School Lima, Peru / Markham College Goshen, IN / Bethany Christian HS Archbold, OH / Archibold HS Goshen, IN / Bethany Christian HS


Address: City, State, Zip: Affiliation: Founded: President: Enrollment: Website:

1700 South Main Street Goshen, Indiana, 46526 Mennonite Church USA 1894 James E. Brenneman 1,017

Athletic Facts

Director of Athletics: Tim Demant Phone: (574) 535-7491 Faculty Athletic Rep: Michelle Horning Sports Information Director: Josh Gleason Phone: (574) 535-7497 Head Trainer: Linda Kaminskis Affiliation: NAIA Conference: Mid-Central College Conference Mascot: Maple Leafs Colors: Purple, White Website:

TABLE OF CONTENTS Roster Quick Facts Table of Contents 2009 Schedules GC Tennis Complex 2009 Season Previews 2009 Senior Class Coaching Staff 2008 Headline Recap History Record Book Photos

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Women’s Team Facts

Head Coach (Yr. @ Goshen): Career Record (@ Goshen): Phone: Email: 2008 Record: 2008 MCC Postseason: Letterwinners Ret/ Lost:

Doug Gossman (1st) 0-0 (0-0) (574) 535-7743 3-9 (0-8 MCC) Tied 8th 8/1

Head Coach (Yr. @ Goshen): Career Record (@ Goshen): Phone: Email: 2008 Record: 2008 MCC Postseason: Letterwinners Ret/ Lost:

Stan King (10th) 54-54 (54-54) (574) 535-7743 7-5 (3-4 MCC) Tied 3rd 5/4

Men’s Team Facts #3 Ranked Website In The NAIA

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2009 SCHEDULES Men’s Schedule

Day Date Opponent/ Event Wed. Sept. 2 Huntington University* Thurs. Sept. 3 Indiana Tech. Sat. Sept. 5 Spring Arbor University* Tues. Sept. 8 Taylor University* Thurs. Sept. 10 Manchester College Sat. Sept. 12 Goshen Invitational Tues. Sept. 15 Grace College* Sat. Sept. 19 Bethel College* Tues. Sept. 22 IN Wesleyan University* Sat. Sept. 26 Marian University* Thurs. Oct 1 Defiance College Sun. Oct 4 Franklin College Sun. Oct 4 Earlham College Tues. Oct. 6 Davenport University T-S Oct. 8-10 MCC Tournament * Mid-Central College Conference Match

Women’s Schedule

Day Date Opponent/ Event Sat. Aug. 29 Doubles Invite Wed. Sept. 2 Huntington University* Thur. Sept. 3 Indiana Tech Sat. Sept. 5 Spring Arbor University* Tues. Sept. 8 Taylor University* Tues. Sept. 15 Grace College* Sat. Sept. 19 Bethel College* Tues. Sept. 22 Indiana Wesleyan University* Sat. Sept. 26 Marian University* Tues. Sept. 29 University of St. Francis* Fri. Oct. 2 Anderson University Tues. Oct. 6 Davenport University T-S Oct. 8-10 MCC Tourney * Mid-Central College Conference Match 3 – MAPLE LEAFS TENNIS

Location GOSHEN Fort Wayne, IN Spring Arbor, MI Upland, IN GOSHEN GOSHEN GOSHEN Mishawaka, IN GOSHEN GOSHEN Defiance, OH Richmond, IN Richmond, IN GOSHEN Marion, IN

Time 4:00 pm 4:00 pm TBA TBA 4:00 pm 12:00 pm 4:00 pm 11:00 am 3:30 pm 3:00 pm 3:30 pm 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm TBA

Location GOSHEN GOSHEN Fort Wayne, IN GOSHEN GOSHEN Winona Lake, IN Mishawaka, IN Marion, IN Indianapolis, IN Fort Wayne, IN Anderson, IN GOSHEN Marion, IN

Time 10:00 am 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 10:00 am 4:00 pm 3:00 pm 11:00 am 4:00 pm 11:00 am 4:00 pm TBA 3:00 pm TBA

GC TENNIS COMPLEX Location: Far east side of GC Athletic Complex at the southern end of 12th Street Built: 1950’s Kept in immaculate condition, the Goshen College Tennis Complex is home to the men’s and women’s Maple Leaf tennis squads. The facility features 10 regulation courts, including six with lighting, allowing for later practice, workout, or even contest times. The 10 courts also allow for the men’s and women’s teams to practice or compete simultaneously.

Other Goshen College Athletic Facilities Goshen College student-athletes train and compete in some of the best small college athletic facilities in the nation. The Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center, which opened in 1995, is home to the Maple Leafs’ 14 intercollegiate athletic teams and is one of the newest additions to an ever-growing college campus. The $7.3 million facility houses a variety of athletic and fitness-related activities. Whether you are a member of the golf team hitting balls on the indoor range or a basketball player running on the 200-meter indoor track, the Gingerich Center offers athletes every chance to train and compete successfully.

In addition to these indoor facilities, Goshen College also boasts some of the finest outdoor playing fields in the nation. The baseball, softball and soccer stadiums all are equipped with automatic, in-ground irrigation systems while the 1,500-seat soccer complex is one of the few lighted soccer stadiums at the NAIA level. 

 Indoor Facilities 
• 3 full-size basketball courts with 10 baskets 
• 200-meter Mondo-surface running track 
• 25-yard indoor swimming pool
 • Exercise machines (Steppers, exercise bikes, rowers and elliptical machines) 
• 2,800-square foot weight room 
• 4 racquetball courts 
• Large training room 
• Indoor soccer goals 
• State-of-the-art exercise science lab 
• Indoor golf hitting range 
• Track and field: jumping pit, throwing cage, high jump pit and high jump mats


Veteran Goshen Squad Ready For 2009 Season

GOSHEN, Ind. – In collegiate athletic programs, transition usually comes with student-athletes graduating and freshman coming in for their first season of competition. For the 2009 Goshen College women’s tennis team, that transition looked a little different. The Maple Leafs did not graduate a single player from their 2008 roster. While the did add a new crop of first-year players to the roster, the most significant

change was a coaching change. Local instructor Doug Gossman takes the reigns from four-year head coach Sarah Yoder, who resigned to continue her teaching career. Gossman has plenty of experience returning with five of his six everyday singles players back to the lineup, including No. 1 singles player Rachel Lanctot. Lanctot started slow in 2008 as she moved from No. 3 singles, but won her final six singles matches heading into the MCC Tournament. Doubles partner and No. 2 singles player Summer Hasan, senior Hannah Groff, and junior Alyssa Dewing also return as Goshen’s two through four. “They are a great group of girls and have really been working hard,” Gossman said. “I have enjoyed working with them and they will continue to get better.”

Deeper Maple Leafs Team Ready For Next Step

GOSHEN, Ind. – A season ago, the Goshen College men’s tennis team got on a roll at the right time. Six-consecutive victories late in the year propelled the Maple Leafs into the MCC Tournament, where the team placed third. This year’s version of Goshen tennis will have a different look, but 11th-year head coach Stan King is still confident his team has what it takes to compete. “The spirit of the team is very good, 5 – MAPLE LEAFS TENNIS

they are a fairly close-knit group, and they are working very hard to improve,” King explained. “I am optimistic that we have the horses to be even better than last year.” They will have to do so without the services of their No. 1, 4, and 6 singles players from a year ago, but will boast much more depth and consistency, particularly at the bottom of the lineup. “We were a little weak 4-6 last season as far as wins,” King added. “While it might be a bit tougher at the top of the lineup, I am confident we can play better at the bottom.” “Joel King (senior captain and No. 2 singles) is doing a great job leading the guys in conditioning and it is nice to have a guy that is willing to take charge wherever is needed,” added King.

2009 SENIORS Hannah Groff

Aaron Sutter

Joel King

Michael Steury



Men’s Head Coach – 10th Season (574) 535-7498 Stan King enters his eleventh season as the head coach for men’s tennis at Goshen College in 2009. King led a rebuilding team to an impressive 7-5 overall record last season and boasts a career 5454 team record in nine seasons as head coach of the Leafs. King is a 1961 Goshen College graduate and played number one singles and doubles in each of his four years at the institution. For the past eight spring seasons King has also coached the Goshen High School girls’ tennis squad, where his teams have won two sectional titles and one regional championship. His team has also QUICK HITS • 67-42-5 career record at shared the Northern Lakes Conference title in 1999. Northridge High School In 1997 King retired from a 30-year career as a research plant • Teams have received award pathologist, most of which was spent living and working in for academic excellence in each developing countries in the semi-arid tropics. During most of of the last six seasons from NSCAA these years King was able to remain active in competitive tennis, • Has coached 15 NAIA All participating in tournaments in India, Kenya and Nigeria. American Scholar Athletes in King and his wife, Bonnie, now reside in Goshen. Both past three seasons their sons attended Goshen College. Their younger son, David, graduated in 2000 after a successful year as a member of the men’s tennis team during his dad’s first year at the helm.

Doug Gossman

Women’s Head Coach – 1st Season (574) 535-7743 Veteran club and high school tennis coach Doug Gossman will begin his first season at the helm of the Maple Leafs in the fall of 2009. Gossman, who has a track record of success at both the club and high school level, will become the ninth head coach in the 37-year history of the Maple Leaf program. He takes over for Sarah Yoder, who resigned in January after four years at the helm. At the high school level, Gossman coached a total of 12 seasons and has landed his teams in at least the state semi-finals in QUICK HITS 10 of those seasons. Most recently, Gossman took the Northridge • 9th Head Coach in 37 year High School boys team to semi-state in 2008. Included in his 12 history. seasons, Gossman’s teams have run through the regular season • Head of Tennis at Maplecrest undefeated on nine different occasions. Country Club since 1999 • Has coached 10 semi-state Gossman’s experience beyond the high school level attests finalist high school teams. to his teaching ability. Since 1999 he has been the head of the tennis program at Maplecrest Country Club in Goshen. Gossman’s commitment to the game of tennis have allowed him to coach many of the top players in Northern Indiana, numerous who have received scholarships at all collegiate levels, and several players who have gone on to play professionally. 7 – MAPLE LEAFS TENNIS

2008 NOTES/ STATS 2008 MEN’S HEADLINES/ HIGHLIGHTS Leafs Place Third At Mid-Central College Conference Tournament Goshen finished the tournament with seven points and finished tied for third place. On opening day Goshen won 6-of-9 matches on the day. Joel King and Sashi Sabanathan were named to the All Conference Team. Leafs Overcome Obstacles For Win Over Defiance Goshen defeated visiting NCAA Division III Defiance College, 5-3. With the win, Goshen finished the regular season with a 7-5 record. Sashi Sabanathan lead the team with a convincing 6-1, 6-2 win at #1 singles. Maple Leafs Continue To Roll With 5-4 Win Over Huntington Goshen rolled on to their 5th straight win with gutsy play by Sashi Sabanathan and Bruck Shibru. With the win over the Foresters, Goshen ended their conference regular season ranked 5th. Algama’s Win At No. 5 Singles Seals Goshen Win Goshen traveled to Indianapolis to take on conference foe Marian, and came away with their first conference win of the season. Goshen defeated the Knights 5-4, with Algama’s 6-2,1-6,6-4 win clinching the win for the team.

2008 WOMEN’S HEADLINES/ HIGHLIGHTS Yoder Resigns Maple Leafs Head Coaching Post After eight years, four as a player and four as a coach, the lady Leafs will be without one of its most honored and influential individuals, Sarah Yoder. Yoder resigns so she can focus soley on getting her teaching certification. Season Wraps Up In MCC Tournament Quarterfinals After finishing the Mid-Central College Conference round robin season without a team win and drawing two No. 1 seeds as opponents in the conference tournament, the lady Leafs knew it faced an extremely tough task. Second-Consecutive Singles Sweep For Goshen The Maple Leafs repeated their victory over Anderson last Wednesday by dominated Defiance on the court, sweeping away the competition with a final score of 8-1. This win brings their record for the season to 3-9. Leafs Sweep Singles Matches In 8-1 Win Over Anderson Cold, windy weather – a day after a long night on the road following a rough match – could not slow down the Goshen College women’s tennis team as they breezed past visiting Anderson University 8-1 Wednesday afternoon. WWW.GOLEAFS.NET – 8



Career Wins: Overall

Career Wins: Overall

Player/ Grad Year/ Wins

Player/ Grad Year/ Wins

1. Frank Hess/ 88/ 100

1. Sarah Yoder / 05/ 80

2. Jeff Stoltzfus/ 84/ 97

2. Hannah Gingerich/ 07/ 68

3. Steve Yoder/ 82/ 95

3. Katie Beck/ 05/ 65

4. Charles Colbourn/ 80/ 82

4. Dianna Diaz/ 08/ 65

5. Paul Algate/ 84/ 79

5. Ann Conrad/ 87/ 70

6. Dave Smucker/ 85/ 77

6. Susan Yoder/ 85/ 64

Rob Adams (‘90)

7. Rechad Cassim/ 79/ 75

7. Beth Conrad/ 95/ 63


8. Mike Stoltzfus/ 88/ 73

8. Sally Hunsberger/ 85/ 62

9. Gareth Nissley/ 83/ 67

9. Sue Conrad/ 91/ 61

10. Jay Ingold/ 83/ 66

10. Bonnie Raber/ 85/ 52

MEN’S CAREER OVERALL 306-201 .604 Roman Gingerich 103-44 Harold Yoder 82-45 John Ingold 65-51 Stan King 54-54 Rex Lehman 2-7 WOMEN’S CAREER OVERALL 198-168 .541 Ruth Gunden 51-45 Joy Hess 28-27 Pert Shetler 28-38 Leon Brenneman 25-6 Leonard Beechy 24-7 Sarah Yoder 20-35 Sue Conrad 18-4 Shelly Kindig 4-6

Sarah Yoder (‘05)


Career Wins: Singles

Career Wins: Singles

Player/ Grad Year/ Wins

Player/ Grad Year/ Wins

1. Frank Hess/ 88/ 55

1. Ann Conrad/ 87/ 38

2. Steve Yoder/ 82/ 52

2. Beth Conrad/ 95/ 38

3. Jeff Stoltzfus/ 84/ 45

3. Sarah Yoder/ 05/ 36

4. Jay Ingold/ 83/ 44

4. Sue Conrad/ 91/ 35

5. Paul Algate/ 84/ 40

5. Hannah Gingerich/ 07/ 33

6. Charles Colbourn/ 80/ 42

6. Katie Beck / 05/ 32

7. Rechad Cassim/ 79/ 39

7. Ingrid Hess/ 89/ 31

8. Dave Conrad/ 85/ 36

8. Sally Hunsberger/ 85/ 31

9. Steve Swartzendruber/ 83/ 36

9. Dianna Diaz/ 08/ 30

10. Jon Short/ 97/ 35

10. Erin Gotwals / 07/ 27

Career Wins: Doubles

Career Wins: Doubles

Player/ Grad Year/ Wins

Player/ Grad Year/ Wins

1. Dave Smucker/ 85/ 53

1. Sarah Yoder/ 05/ 44

2. Jeff Stoltzfus/ 84/ 52

2. Susan Yoder/ 85/ 37

3. Frank Hess/ 88/ 45

3. Dianna Diaz/ 08/ 35

4. Gareth Nissley/ 83/ 45

4. Hannah Gingerich/ 07/ 35

5. Steve Yoder/ 82/ 43

5. Katie Beck/ 05/ 33

6. Mike Stoltzfus/ 88/ 41

6. Ann Conrad/ 87/ 32

7. Charles Colbourn/ 80/ 40

7. Sally Hunsberger/ 85/ 31

8. Paul Algate/ 84/ 39

8. Bonnie Raber/ 85/ 29

9. Rechad Cassim/ 79/ 36

9. Sue Conrad/ 91/ 26

10. Chris Gotwals/ 88/ 30

10. Beth Conrad/ 95/ 25

The Leafs have a .541 winning percentage as a program

Sophomore Benjamin Basnet

Junior Rachel Lanctot

The men’s program has a .604 winning percentage in its 51 year history

Goshen College Athletics 1700 South Main St, Goshen, IN 46526 Phone - (574) 535-7496 Fax - (574) 535-7531


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