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HIGH POINT 2013 Men’s Soccer

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2013 HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY MEN’S SOCCER Contents

Contents/Quick Facts......................................... 1 Season Preview.................................................... 2 Head Coach Dustin Fonder................................ 4 2013 Roster......................................................... 5 2013 Schedule..................................................... 6 2012 Results........................................................ 7 2012 Statistics..................................................... 8 Player Career Statistics......................................... 9 2012 Big South Review..................................... 11 Individual Records............................................ 12 Team Records/Tournament Results................... 13 Game Records/Year-by-Year Leaders.................. 14 Award Winners................................................. 15 Season Records/Coaching Records.................... 16 Mamadee Nyepon

High Point University

Location:.....................................................................High Point, N.C. Founded:........................................................................................ 1924 Enrollment:................................................................................... 4,400 Nickname:................................................................................Panthers Colors:....................................................................... Purple and White Conference:.................................................... Big South (NCAA Div. I) President:......................................... Dr. Nido Qubein (High Point ’70) Athletic Director:.......................... Craig Keilitz (Central Michigan ’91) Facility:...................................... Vert Track, Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium Capacity:........................................................................................1,100

Team Information

2012 Overall Record:.................................................................. 12-5-3 2012 Big South Record:................................................................ 5-3-2 2012 Big South Finish:................................................................... Fifth 2012 Postseason: .....................................0-1-1, Big South Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......................................................10/16 Starters Returning/Lost:....................................................................5/6 Newcomers:....................................................................................... 17

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:....................Dustin Fonder (Roanoke ’94), seventh season Record at High Point:............................................................. 60-47-13 Big South Record:..................................................................... 27-15-7 Career Record:........................................................................ 60-47-13 Office Phone:................................................................ (336) 841-4607 Asst. Coach:............ EJ O’Keeffe (UNC Greensboro ’10), fourth season Office Phone:............................................................... (336) 841-4618 Asst. Coach:................................... Brad Franks (Elon ’11), third season Office Phone:............................................................... (336) 841-4619 Athletic Trainer:...........................................Matt Schooler (Eureka ’01)

Athletic Communications Office

Associate AD/Comm.:........................ Jon Litchfield (Northeastern ’04) Office/Cell phone:............................... (336) 841-4605/(336) 848-1918 Email:................................................................. jlitchfi@highpoint.edu Assistant Dir./Men’s Soccer Contact:............Joe Arancio (American ’07) Office/Cell phone:............................... (336) 841-4638/(336) 884-2100 Email:...............................................................jarancio@highpoint.edu Assistant Director:............................ Erika Carrubba (Northeastern ’09) Office/Cell phone:............................... (336) 841-4640/(336) 848-9192 Email:............................................................. ecarrubb@highpoint.edu Multimedia Coordinator:......................Michelle Manzo (Ball State ’11) Office/Cell phone:............................... (336) 841-4540/(336) 848-0897 Email:..............................................................mmanzo@highpoint.edu SID fax:......................................................................... (336) 841-9182 Mailing Address:............................................Sports Information Office ......................................................................... 833 Montlieu Avenue .....................................................................High Point, N.C. 27262 Website:.................................................... www.highpointpanthers.com WWW.HIGHPOINTPANTHERS.COM

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Season Preview

The High Point University men’s soccer team will feature a great deal of new faces in 2013. The Panthers return just 10 letter winners and five starters from a team which won 12 games last season, but head coach Dustin Fonder still feels the team has the talent to challenge for a Big South crown. “Having so many new players this season presents us with a unique challenge because in a way we have to go back to the basic building blocks and start from scratch,” head coach Dustin Fonder said. “At the same time it is exciting because we have seen a youthful enthusiasm and an eagerness to learn and compete. I think that eagerness will really help us as this season progresses.” HPU went 12-5-3 in 2012 and earned its first-ever NSCAA National Ranking on Oct. 2nd when it debuted at No. 23. The Panthers went undefeated in their first 11 games of the season, opening the campaign with a 10-0-1 record. Forward Mamadee Nyepon finished among the top scorers in the Big South with 29 points on 13 goals and three assists and was named a first-team All-Conference member. Goalkeeper Kody Palmer was named Big South Freshman of the Year after starting every game in 2012. Palmer finished with a 0.92 goalsagainst average and tied an HPU Div. 1 singleseason record with nine shutouts. Nyepon and Palmer are two of the five returning starters for High Point along with second-team All-Conference midfielder Adam Sewell and sophomore defenders Austin Yearwood and Erien Campbell. They have been joined by a talented recruiting class that was ranked 24th in the nation by College Soccer News. Two of HPU’s incoming freshmen, Tony Murillo and Dolu Oyewole, are listed among the top 100 recruits in the country by College Soccer News. Redshirt-junior Sonny Mukungu also joined the team as a transfer from NC State where he was named a member of the ACC AllFreshman Team in 2010. “I think the team is coming together really well,” Fonder said. “The attitudes of all the players have been really good. We are still setting the bar high here at High Point. Our main goals are still to compete for a Big South Regular Season Championship and a Big South Tournament Championship so we can earn that elusive bid to the NCAA Tournament. We realize that with a difficult schedule and a young team we could face some challenges this season but with the level of talent we have here the future is bright.” High Point was selected third in the 2013 2

Back Row (Left to Right): Adam Storm, Pat Shelton, Mamadee Nyepon, Austin Yearwood Brandon Sloan, Adam Sewell, Dolu Oyewole, Cameron Foster, Yosef Teffera, LoLo Lauture. Middle Row (L to R): Chris Ramsell, Matt Donald, Kevin Fallet, Jacob Boyd, Kody Palmer, Ryan Massey, Erien Campbell, Sonny Mukungu, Joe Tingey. Front Row (L to R): Jonathan Ware, Zane Laughery, Josh de Aragao, Ben Burdon, Matt Gweh, Renato Punyed, Colscon Wiley, Collin Sweeney, Tony Murillo, Dom de Aragao.

Big South Preseason Poll. The Panthers received 87 total points to finish behind defending Big South Regular Season Champion Coastal Carolina and Campbell. Radford finished just behind HPU in fourth followed by Winthrop, Liberty, Gardner-Webb, Longwood, Presbyterian College, UNC Asheville and VMI. Goalkeepers Redshirt-sophomore Kody Palmer returns this season to spearhead a talented group of keepers for High Point. The Panther goalkeeping unit features three quality shot blockers who all stand 6-2 or taller and provide an impressive presence in the net. “Our goalkeeper unit this season is a solid group that has a load of potential,” Fonder said. “Kody Palmer is the projected number one but we feel that both Jacob Boyd and Ryan Massey are strong backups that can push Kody on a daily basis. All three are physically talented and have good starting points from which our goalkeeper coach can work with them and push them to new levels.” Palmer posted one of the top seasons in goal in HPU’s Div. I history last season, tying the record for shutouts in a season and finishing second in both wins and goals-against average. He is just the second High Point keeper to post a goals-against average below 1.00 over the course of an entire season. Palmer is an imposing figure who uses both his height and wingspan to keep shots out of the net. Redshirt-sophomore Jacob Boyd and freshman Ryan Massey will provide High Point with depth behind Palmer this season. GOALKEEPERS No. Name (Class) Record 00 Ryan Massey (Fr.) -- 0 Jacob Boyd (R-So.) -- 1 Kody Palmer (R-So.) 12-5-3

GAA Saves -- --- -0.92 62

Defenders The High Point backline will be a mixture of returners and newcomers this season. The Panthers bring back both starting outside backs in Austin Yearwood and Erien Campbell, but will have to replace 2012 starting center backs Fejiro Okiomah and Todd Ray who both graduated. HPU will look to a combination of redshirt-junior transfer Sonny Mukungu, sophomores Kevin Fallet and Adam Storm and freshman Dolu Oyewole to fill those positions. “We think that we will be able to put a strong and athletic back four together that can defend well,” Fonder said. “The exciting part is that we feel we may have six or seven players to choose from each week. That competitive environment means that whatever combination we put out there will be a strong four because they will have earned it in training. It is exciting to have so many talented players to choose from in the back.” Yearwood started every game for High Point at left back last season and was named a member of the Big South All-Freshman team. He is a skilled defender who used his speed on the flanks to contribute in the attack, finishing with two assists in his first season. Campbell played in 17 games with 10 starts and finished with four points on one goal and two assists. The 6-4 Campbell is very athletic and is able to use his speed and height to disrupt the opponents’ attack both outside and in the box. Four HPU players will compete for time at center back this season. Mukungu joined the Panthers from NC State in the spring. Mukungu started 20 games as a freshman with the Wolfpack in 2010 and was named to the ACC All-Freshman team and a Freshman All-American by College Soccer News. Fallet returns for his second season with the Panthers after sitting out in 2012. Fallet is a tall physical center WWW.HIGHPOINTPANTHERS.COM


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G A Pts. -- -- -0 2 2 -- -- --- -- -1 2 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 -- -- --

Midfielders Senior All-Conference performer Adam Sewell returns for his final season with the Panthers in 2013 and will helm a midfield group that features many new faces following the graduation of All-Conference performers Shawn Sloan and Shane Malcolm. “The midfield unit is the biggest mystery for us heading into this season,” Fonder said. “We know that Adam Sewell will do a tremendous job anchoring the midfield, but we need to figure out what other players will compliment him. It will be our youngest group on the field which means it might take it the longest to adjust. We have several good players to select from as we try to figure out the best combination.” Sewell has been a three-year starter for High Point in the defensive midfield position. He finished 2012 with seven points on three goals and an assist, giving him six goals and five assists during his first three seasons. Sewell is a hard-nosed player that is very adept at winning balls in the air or with a tackle on the ground. Redshirt-sophomore Cameron Foster is expected to see a great deal of time in the midfield after transferring to High Point from VCU over the summer. Foster appeared in two games for the Rams in 2012. He will play in central midfield and be counted on to contribute from box-to-box. Several freshmen will compete for playing time in their first seasons with the Panthers as Renato Punyed, Chris Ramsell and Brandon Sloan will all try and make an impact. Punyed WWW.HIGHPOINTPANTHERS.COM

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graduated from Reagan Doral High School in Doral Fla., where he was a four-year letter winner. He is the brother of Pablo Punyed who played at St. John’s University. Ramsell comes to HPU from Scottsdale, Ariz., where he played with the Valpo United Club Soccer Team. Sloan is the younger brother of recent HPU midfielder Shawn Sloan. The younger Sloan played club soccer with the prestigious Varder Soccer Academy in Michigan. Junior transfers Dom de Aragao and Josh de Aragao from Mount St. Mary’s, junior Colscon Wiley, sophomore Collin Sweeney and freshman LoLo Lauture will all provide added depth to the central midfield unit. One player who will not see the field for HPU this season is freshman Tony Murillo, who joins the Panthers from the Real Salt Lake Academy. Murillo will redshirt the 2013 season before stepping onto the field in 2014. MIDFIELDERS No. Name (Class) 3 Adam Sewell (Sr.) 6 Brandon Sloan (Fr.) 10 Tony Murillo (Fr.) 12 Renato Punyed (Fr.) 14 Colscon Wiley (Jr.) 16 Chris Ramsell (R-Fr.) 20 LoLo Lauture (Fr.) 23 Cameron Foster (R-So.) 25 Josh de Aragao (Jr.) 26 Collin Sweeney (So.) 27 Dom de Aragao (Jr)

G 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

A 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

Pts. 7 --------0 --

Forwards The Panthers look to be very dangerous on offense this season with the bevy of talented players they possess at the forward position. Junior Mamadee Nyepon returns at the central forward spot, where he scored 13 goals as a sophomore. He will be flanked by sophomore Ben Burdon and freshman Matt Gweh. “Our forwards are a dynamic group that will cause a lot of problems both with their athleticism and with their movement both on and off the ball,” Fonder said. “The centerpiece of that group is Mamadee Nyepon who we are expecting to be one of the better forwards not just in the conference but in the region. If he can get us goals I think our team will feed off that.” Nyepon was one of the breakout players of 2012, finishing with 29 points on 13 goals and three assists. He proved to be a clutch performer for the Panthers with six game-winning goals and is the leading returning scorer in the Big South this season. The forward possesses a special combination of size and speed that makes him a difficult matchup for any defender.

Burdon scored three goals and had one assist off the bench as a freshman last season. The speedy winger should improve on those numbers while seeing an increased role in 2013. Gweh was one of the top prep players in the state of Minnesota and was named the Gatorade State Player of the Year as a junior in 2011. Both Gweh and Burdon possess great speed that will allow them to run off Nyepon and be very dangerous in the attacking third. Redshirt-freshman Pat Shelton has looked very good in preseason and is in position to provide another dangerous attacker for High Point this season. Shelton played for the Clearwater Chargers Academy Team in Tampa, Fla., and led his team in goals scored during the 2010-11 season. He will see time as both a forward and attacking midfielder this season. Three freshmen who will provide additional depth at the forward position are Zane Laughery, Yosef Teffera and Joe Tingey. FORWARDS No. Name (Class) 7 Ben Burdon (So.) 9 Mamadee Nyepon (Jr.) 11 Matt Gweh (Fr.) 13 Joe Tingey (Fr.) 18 Pat Shelton (R-Fr.) 21 Yosef Teffera (Fr.) 28 Zane Laughery (Fr.)

G 3 13 -- -- -- -- --

A 1 3 -- -- -- -- --

Pts. 7 29 ------

2013 BIG SOUTH PRESEASON POLL Rank Team (first) Points 1. Coastal Carolina (8) 116 2. Campbell (3) 104 3. High Point 87 4. Radford 86 5. Winthrop (1) 85 6. Liberty 73 7. Gardner-Webb 50 8. Longwood 42 9. Presbyterian College 34 10. UNC Asheville 30 11. VMI 19 2013 Big South Preseason Attacking Player of the Year Pedro Ribeiro, Coastal Carolina 2013 Big South Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Uchenna Uzo, Coastal Carolina

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Dustin Fonder

Head Coach • Alma Mater: Roanoke ’94 • First season at HPU: 2007

High Point University men’s soccer coach Dustin Fonder enters his seventh season with the Panthers as the most successful coach in the team’s Div. I era. In six seasons, Fonder has amassed an overall record of 60-47-13 and a 27-15-7 mark in conference play. He was named Big South Coach of the Year in both 2009 and 2010, making him just the third coach in league history to win the award in back-to-back seasons, and guided HPU to a Big South Regular Season Championship in 2010. Fonder holds HPU Div. I records for overall wins, conference wins and wins in a season. The Panthers have won at least nine games in each of Fonder’s last five seasons including a 12-5-3 record in 2012. High Point remained undefeated through the first 11 games of 2012, starting 10-0-1, and earned its first-ever NSCAA national ranking. Five HPU players were named to the Big South All-Conference team in 2012. Shawn Sloan, Fejiro Okiomah and Mamadee Nyepon were all named to the first-team and Adam Sewell and Shane Malolm were each named to the second-team. Redshirt-Freshman Kody Palmer was named the Big South Freshman of the Year, making him the the third HPU player to earn the award in the past four seasons followingwith Sloan (2009) and Sewell (2010). HPU enjoyed its best season in program history in 2010 when the team went 16-4-1. The Panthers also won their first Big South Regular Season crown that season, going a perfect 8-0-0 and becoming the first team to go undefeated and untied in the Big South while playing at least an eight-game schedule. HPU ranked among the top scoring teams in the nation, finishing fourth in the country with 49 goals. Karo Okiomah was named Big South Player of the Year and an NSCAA third-team All-American after scoring 12 goals in just 16 games. The Panthers placed a program-high eight players on the All-Conference teams in 2010, including five who earned first-team honors. Karo Okiomah, Michael Chesler, Scott Rojo, 4

Sloan and Fejiro Okiomah were all named firstteam All-Big South while Will Stewart, Ryan Bennett and Todd Ray were all named secondteam All-Big South. Prior to 2010, Fonder guided the Panthers to back-to-back nine win seasons in 2008 and 2009, twice-tying the teams’ previous Div. I record for wins in a season. HPU lost just three games against Big South opponents in the two seasons, going 9-3-4 in conference play. HPU has had 28 players earn All-Conference honors in six seasons under Fonder. The Panthers also had their first Big South Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year and their first Div. I All-American under Fonder’s leadership. Following the 2012 season, Sloan was drafted by the Columbus Crew and became the first-ever High Point men’s soccer player to sign a professional contract with an MLS team. He was the third HPU player under Fonder to be drafted by an MLS club, joining Scott Rojo, who was selected by Toronto FC in 2010, and Karo Okiomah, who was selected by the Houston Dynamo in 2011. Fonder was named the head coach at High Point in December of 2006 after having served as the assistant coach at Elon for the previous four seasons. While with the Phoenix, Fonder helped to build Elon’s men’s soccer program from an RPI of 165 in 2004 to its first-ever top-25 national ranking in the 2006 season. Prior to his time at Elon, Fonder served as the assistant men’s and women’s soccer coach at Roanoke College. He was responsible for recruiting, scheduling, fund raising and academic advising. He coached the 1998, 2001 and 2002 Old Dominion Athletic Conference champions. While with the Maroons, Fonder coached thirty All-ODAC players, three ODAC Rookies of the Year and two ODAC Players of the Year. A 1994 graduate of Roanoke College, Fonder was a member of the Maroons’ men’s soccer team where he was named the NCAA Division III Player of the Year. Following his collegiate career, Fonder played professionally both

in the USISL and the NPSL from 1995-1999. In addition to playing for the Roanoke College soccer team, Fonder also starred for the men’s basketball team. For all of his athletic talents Fonder was inducted in to the Roanoke College Hall of Fame in 2006. Fonder is also very involved in the development of the game. He serves as the technical director for the Piedmont Triad Football club. He also is a head coach for the North Carolina Olympic Development Program (’94 boys). Fonder has been married to his wife Kim for five years. The couple resides in High Point with their daughter Dakota.

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2013 High Point University Men’s Soccer Roster No. 0 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Name Jacob Boyd Ryan Massey Kody Palmer Dolu Oyewole Adam Sewell Austin Yearwood Sonny Mukungu Brandon Sloan Ben Burdon Mamadee Nyepon Tony Murillo Matt Gweh Renato Punyed Joe Tingey Colscon Wiley Kevin Fallet Chris Ramsell Erien Campbell Pat Shelton Adam Storm LoLo Lauture Yosef Teffera Matt Donald Cameron Foster Jonathan Ware Josh de Aragao Collin Sweeney Dom de Aragao Zane Laughery

Cl. R-So. Fr. R-So. Fr. Sr. So. R-Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. R-Fr. So. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr.

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

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

Wt. 195 170 210 150 205 155 185 155 155 165 150 145 135 190 165 195 165 180 155 180 165 170 165 160 150 140 135 140 170

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Livermore, Calif./Livermore Bethesda, Md./Gonzaga College HS Centreville, Va./Westfield Waldorf, Md./North Point Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England/East Norfolk Sixth Form College Charlotte, N.C./South Mecklenburg Durham, N.C./Charles E. Jordan (NC State) Oakland, Mich./Adams Charlotte, N.C./Providence Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire/Walter Hines Page Las Vegas, Nev./Vista Grande Monrovia, Liberia/Eastview Doral, Fla./Ronald W. Reagan Doral Senior Bridgetown, Barbados/Malvern Preparatory Richmond, Va./Collegiate School Takoma Park, Md./Montgomery Scottsdale, Ariz./Pinnacle Dallas, Texas/Skyline Tampa, Fla./Paul R. Wharton Greensboro, N.C./Northern Guilford Raleigh, N.C./Wake Forest-Rolesville Durham, N.C./Jordan Middletown, Md./Middletown Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton (VCU) Upper Marlboro, Md./DeMatha Spring, Texas/Klein (Mount St. Mary’s) Southborough, Mass./Algonquin Regional Spring, Texas/Klein (Mount St. Mary’s) Raleigh, N.C./Ravenscroft School

Head Coach: Dustin Fonder (Roanoke ’94), seventh season Assistant Coach: EJ O’Keeffe (UNC Greensboro ’10), fourth season Assistant Coach: Brad Franks (Elon ’11), third season Goalkeeper Coach: Josh Gillon (Lees-McRae), first season Athletic Trainer: Matt Schooler (Eureka ’01)

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2013 Schedule Date August Fri. 30

Opponent

Location Time

vs. Old Dominion (VCU Rams Classic)

Richmond, Va.

4:30 p.m.

September Sun. 1 Fri. 6 Wed. 11 Sat. 14 Tue. 17 Sat. 21 Sat. 28

vs. UAB (VCU Rams Classic) at South Carolina at UNC Greensboro NAVY at Virginia Tech at Longwood* ELON

Richmond, Va. Columbia, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. High Point, N.C. Blacksburg, Va. Farmville, Va. High Point, N.C.

4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

October Tue. 1 Sat. 5 Sat. 12 Tue. 15 Sat. 19 Wed. 23 Wed. 30

LIBERTY* COASTAL CAROLINA* at UNC Asheville* at West Virginia WINTHROP* at Radford* CAMPBELL*

High Point, N.C. High Point, N.C. Asheville, N.C. Morgantown, W.Va. High Point, N.C. Radford, Va. High Point, N.C.

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

November Sat. 2 Wed. 6 Sat. 9 Tue. 12 Fri. 15 Sun. 17

at Gardner-Webb* PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE* at VMI* Big South Quarterfinals^ Big South Semifinals# Big South Championship#

Boiling Springs, N.C. High Point, N.C. Lexington, Va. Campus Sites Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

Home Game in CAPITALS at Vert Stadium *Big South Conference game ^held at Higher Seed # held at Bryan Park (Greensboro, N.C.)

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2012 Final Results RECORD All Games Conference Non-Conference

OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 12-5-3 8-0-2 4-4-1 0-1-0 5-3-2 3-0-2 2-3-0 0-0-0 7-2-1 5-0-0 2-1-1 0-1-0

DATE OPPONENT RESULT Aug. 25 at Elon 4-2 W Aug. 31 ADELPHI 3-1 W Sept. 2 NORTHERN KENTUCKY 6-0 W Sept. 8 at Navy 2-0 W Sept. 12 UNC GREENSBORO 2-0 W Sept. 15 LONGWOOD 5-1 W Sept. 18 JACKSONVILLE 3-0 W Sept. 22 UNC ASHEVILLE 3-0 W Sept. 25 WILLIAM & MARY 1-0 W Oct. 3 VMI* 0-0 T (2OT) Oct. 6 at Winthrop 2-1 W Oct. 9 at Virginia 1-2 L Oct. 13 GARDNER-WEBB* 2-1 W (2OT) Oct. 17 at Campbell* 1-2 L Oct. 20 RADFORD* 0-0 T (2OT) Oct. 23 at Liberty* 1-2 L Oct. 27 at Presbyterian College* 1-0 W Nov. 1 at #8 Coastal Carolina* 0-1 L Nov. 6 at No. 4 Campbell@ 4-4 T (2OT) Nov. 9 vs. No. 1 Coastal Carolina# 1-2 L * Big South Conference Game @ Big South Quarterfinals # Big South Semifinals (Greensboro, N.C.)

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GOAL SCORERS Adam Storm (Shawn Sloan) Adam Sewell (Austin Yearwood) Ben Burdon (Leon Carby) Leon Carby (Ryan Bennett) Ben Burdon (Shane Malcolm) Shane Malcolm (Leon Carby) Shawn Sloan (unassisted) Mamadee Nyepon (Shane Malcolm, Shawn Sloan) Ben Burdon (Ryan Bennett) Taurean Greenidge (unassisted) Mamadee Nyepon (Leon Carby, Shawn Sloan) Shane Malcolm (Shawn Sloan) Marty Stern (unassisted) Mamadee Nyepon (unassisted) Mamadee Nyepon (Shawn Sloan) Mamdee Nyepon (Shane Malcolm) Shawn Sloan (unassisted) Shane Malcolm (unassisted) Erien Campbell (Todd Ray) Leon Carby (Mamadee Nyepon, Todd Ray) Shawn Sloan (unassisted) Mamadee Nyepon (Shawn Sloan, Shane Malcolm) Ryan Bennett (Adam Sewell, Erien Campbell) Mamadee Nyepon (unassisted) Fejiro Okiomah (Shawn Sloan) Mamadee Nyepon (Shawn Sloan) Leon Carby (unassisted) Shane Malcolm (Leon Carby, Ryan Bennett) Shane Malcolm (Shawn Sloan) -Shawn Sloan (unassisted) Mamadee Nyepon (Leon Carby) Shawn Sloan (Mamadee Nyepon) Shane Malcolm (Mamadee Nyepon) Adam Sewell (Austin Yearwood) Fejiro Okiomah (Keith Cowdrey) -Adam Sewell (Shane Malcolm) Mamadee Nyepon (Ben Burdon) -Mamadee Nyepon (Erien Campbell) Mamadee Nyepon (Shane Malcolm, Todd Ray) Shawn Sloan (unassisted) Leon Carby (Ryan Bennett) Mamadee Nyepon (Shawn Sloan) ATTENDENCE TOTALS DATES TOTAL: 20 HOME: 10 AWAY: 9 NEUTRAL: 1

TOTAL 16267 9002 7265 0

AVERAGE 813 900 807 0

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Overall: 12-5-3 Conf: 5-3-2 Home: 8-0-2 Away: 4-4-1 Neut: 0-1-0

2012 Individual Statistics ## 11 10 23 2 3 7 8 9 17 5 6 16 28 4 20 12 19 26 14 25 24 22 21 1 00

# 00 1 TM

Player

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min

g

NYEPON, Mamadee SLOAN, Shawn MALCOLM, Shane CARBY, Leon SEWELL, Adam BURDON, Ben BENNETT, Ryan OKIOMAH, Fejiro CAMPBELL, Erien RAY, Todd GREENIDGE, Taurean STERN, Marty STORM, Adam YEARWOOD, Austin COWDREY, Keith LAWSON, Kendall DONAHUE, Patrick SWEENEY, Colin CLOWES, Stephen MACHI, Steven LENDON, Westin DONALD, Matt GROME, Luke PALMER, Kody HENKE, Ryan Total Opponents

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

1226 1219 1546 1287 1720 697 1594 1833 1116 1840 866 193 473 1803 653 294 223 63 81 25 23 101 19 1860 22 -

13 6 6 4 3 3 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 19

sh

sh% sog sog% yc

3 29 89 10 22 54 6 18 30 5 13 35 1 7 37 1 7 28 4 6 10 0 4 7 2 4 10 3 3 10 0 2 19 0 2 6 0 2 2 2 2 11 1 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 122 360 18 56 202

a

pts

.146 36 .404 5 .111 24 .444 2 .200 17 .567 1 .114 15 .429 1 .081 14 .378 2 .107 11 .393 0 .100 5 .500 2 .286 2 .286 1 .100 2 .200 0 .000 2 .200 1 .053 5 .263 1 .167 2 .333 0 .500 1 .500 0 .000 1 .091 1 .000 2 .500 2 .000 0 .000 3 .000 0 .000 2 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .117 140 .389 28 .094 87 .431 14

Goal Average min ga gaavg

Goalie

gp-gs

HENKE, Ryan PALMER, Kody TEAM Total Opponents

1-0 20-20 20 20

22:08 1859:46 0:00 1881:54 1881:54

0 19 0 19 42

0.00 0.92 0.00 0.91 2.01

Saves saves

1 62 5 68 98

pct

w

1.000 .765 1.000 .782 .700

0 12 0 12 5

rc gwg pk-att

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

6 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 5

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

Record l t

0 5 0 5 12

shutout

0 3 0 3 3

0.0 9.0 0.0 9 3

Team saves: 5 Goals by Period High Point Opponents Shots by Period High Point Opponents Saves by Period High Point Opponents

1st 2nd

23 9

1st 2nd

164 180 83 113 1st 2nd

31 44

Senior Adam Sewell 8

18 9

35 51

OT OT2 Total

0 1

1 0

42 19

OT OT2 Total

8 4

8 2

360 202

OT OT2 Total

1 0

1 3

68 98

Corners by Period High Point Opponents Fouls by Period High Point Opponents

1st 2nd

75 27

1st 2nd

136 163 94 100

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

Redshirt-sophomore Kody Palmer

57 36

OT OT2 Total

5 1

4 4

141 68

OT OT2 Total

5 5

3 8

HPU 9002 10/900 1/0

307 207

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BURDON, Ben Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2012 TOTAL

20 20

697 697

3 3

1 1

Pts Shot Shot%

7 7

28 28

SOG SOG%

.107 .107

11 11

GW PK-Att

.393 .393

1 1

0-0 0-0

CAMPBELL, Erien Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2012 TOTAL

17 1116 17 1116

1 1

2 2

Pts Shot Shot%

4 4

10 10

SOG SOG%

.100 .100

2 2

GW PK-Att

.200 .200

1 1

0-0 0-0

DONALD, Matt Season

2011 2012 TOTAL

GP

Min.

G

A

1 7 8

10 101 111

0 0 0

0 0 0

Pts Shot Shot%

0 0 0

0 0 0

SOG SOG%

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

GW PK-Att

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

NYEPON, Mamadee Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2011 2012 TOTAL

21 822 20 1226 41 2048

5 13 18

2 3 5

Pts Shot Shot%

12 29 41

35 89 124

SOG SOG%

.143 .146 .145

16 36 52

GW PK-Att

.457 .404 .419

1 6 7

0-0 0-0 0-0

PALMER, Kody Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2012 TOTAL

20 1860 20 1860

0 0

0 0

Season

GP

Minutes

GA GAAvg

2012 TOTAL

20 20

1859:46 1859:46

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0 0 0.92 0.92

0 0

.000 .000

SOG SOG%

0 0

Saves Save%

62 62

.765 .765

GW PK-Att

.000 .000

0 0

0-0 0-0

W

L

T

Sho

12 12

5 5

3 3

9 9

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SEWELL, Adam Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

19 19 20 58

1598 1564 1720 4882

1 2 3 6

1 3 1 5

Pts Shot Shot%

3 7 7 17

20 41 37 98

SOG SOG%

.050 .049 .081 .061

5 10 14 29

.250 .244 .378 .296

GW PK-Att

0 1 1 2

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

STORM, Adam Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2012 TOTAL

11 11

473 473

1 1

0 0

Pts Shot Shot%

2 2

2 2

SOG SOG%

.500 .500

1 1

.500 .500

GW PK-Att

0 0

0-0 0-0

SWEENEY, Collin Season

2012 TOTAL

GP

Min.

G

A

4 4

63 63

0 0

0 0

Pts Shot Shot%

0 0

1 1

.000 .000

SOG SOG%

0 0

.000 .000

GW PK-Att

0 0

0-0 0-0

YEARWOOD, Austin Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2012 TOTAL

20 1803 20 1803

0 0

2 2

Pts Shot Shot%

2 2

Sophomore Erien Campbell 10

11 11

.000 .000

SOG SOG%

1 1

.091 .091

GW PK-Att

0 0

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2012 Big South Conference Standings Team Coastal Carolina Radford Liberty Campbell High Point Winthrop Gardner-Webb Presbyterian College Longwood VMI UNC Asheville

--------------------Big South------------------ Record Pct. Home Road 10-0-0 1.000 5-0-0 5-0-0 7-2-1 .750 3-2-0 4-0-1 6-1-3 .750 2-1-2 4-0-1 7-3-0 .700 4-1-0 3-2-0 5-3-2 .600 3-0-2 2-3-0 5-4-1 .550 3-1-1 2-3-0 3-5-2 .400 2-3-0 1-2-2 3-7-0 .300 2-3-0 1-4-0 2-7-1 .250 1-3-1 1-4-0 1-8-1 .150 0-5-0 1-3-1 0-9-1 .050 0-5-0 0-4-1

------------------------Overall ------------------------Record Pct. Home Road Neutal 20-3-2 .840 12-0-1 6-2-1 2-1-0 10-6-4 .600 4-3-1 4-2-3 2-1-0 8-7-3 .528 3-5-2 5-0-1 0-2-0 12-5-2 .684 7-1-2 5-4-0 0-0-0 12-5-3 .675 8-0-2 4-4-1 0-1-0 12-9-2 .565 6-1-1 5-6-0 1-2-0 4-14-2 .250 2-4-0 2-9-2 0-1-0 4-16-0 .200 3-4-0 1-12-0 0-0-0 3-12-3 .250 1-5-2 2-7-1 0-0-0 2-14-1 .147 1-7-0 1-7-1 0-0-0 1-15-1 .088 1-7-0 0-6-1 0-2-0

2012 Big South Conference Statistics GOALS ## Team 1. Coastal Carolina 2. High Point 3. Campbell Winthrop 5. Radford 6. Liberty 7. VMI 8. UNC Asheville 9. Presbyterian Longwood Gardner-Webb GOALS ALLOWED ## Team 1. High Point 2. Radford 3. Coastal Carolina 4. Campbell Liberty 6. Longwood 7. Gardner-Webb 8. Winthrop 9. UNC Asheville 10. VMI 11. Presbyterian SHUTOUTS ## Team 1. Coastal Carolina 2. High Point 3. Campbell Radford 5. Liberty Gardner-Webb 7. Longwood Winthrop 9. UNC Asheville 10. VMI 11. Presbyterian

GP Goals Avg. 25 63 2.52 20 42 2.10 19 39 2.05 23 39 1.70 20 34 1.70 18 20 1.11 17 17 1.00 17 14 0.82 20 13 0.65 18 13 0.72 20 13 0.65

POINTS ## Player-Team Gls. Ast. Pts 1. Ashton Bennett-CCU 16 9 41 2. Ricky Garbanzo-CCU 13 5 31 3. Mitchell Cardenas-CU 8 14 30 4. Mamadee Nyepon-HPU 13 3 29 5. Alex Isern-WU 9 8 26 6. Bernardo Ulmo-RU 11 3 25 7. Shawn Sloan-HPU 6 10 22 8. Pedro Ribeiro-CCU 5 10 20 9. Ricki Gaez-CU 8 3 19 10. Shane Malcolm-HPU 6 6 18 Justin Portillo-CCU 4 10 18

GP GA 20 19 20 21 25 22 19 24 18 24 18 36 20 38 23 41 17 44 17 46 20 48

GOALS ## Player-Team GP No. Avg. 1. Ashton Bennett-CCU 25 16 0.64 2. Mamadee Nyepon-HPU 20 13 0.65 Ricky Garbanzo-CCU 25 13 0.52 4. Bernardo Ulmo-RU 20 11 0.55 5. Alex Isern-WU 22 9 0.41 6. Ricki Gaez-CU 19 8 0.42 Mitchell Cardenas-CU 19 8 0.42 8. Marc Segarra-WU 12 7 0.58 Kyle Breitmeyer-LU 17 7 0.41 Achille Obogou-WU 19 7 0.37 Mason LaVallet-WU 21 7 0.33

GP SO 25 12 20 9 19 7 20 7 18 5 20 5 18 3 23 3 17 2 17 1 20 0

Avg. 0.95 1.05 0.88 1.26 1.33 2.00 1.90 1.78 2.59 2.71 2.40

ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Mitchell Cardenas-CU 2. Shawn Sloan-HPU Pedro Ribeiro-CCU Justin Portillo-CCU 5. Ashton Bennett-CCU 6. Alex Isern-WU 7. Shane Malcolm-HPU 8. Leon Carby-HPU Josh Mort-WU Chel Ho Kim Park-RU Jannik Eckenrode-RU Shawn McLaws-CCU Ricky Garbanzo-CCU

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GP No. Avg. 19 14 0.74 15 10 0.67 21 10 0.48 25 10 0.40 25 9 0.36 22 8 0.36 20 6 0.30 17 5 0.29 19 5 0.26 19 5 0.26 19 5 0.26 25 5 0.20 25 5 0.20

SAVES ## Player-Team 1. Tyler Beadle-PC 2. Scott Krotee-GWU 3. Dan Jackson-ASH 4. Ethan Hall-CU 5. Daniel Kitchen-VMI Ryan Taylor-RU 7. Kody Palmer-HPU 8. Scott Sutarik-LU 9. Tom Banfield-WU 10. Enrique Miranda-WU

GP Saves Avg. 20 138 6.90 18 107 5.94 15 87 5.80 19 82 4.32 12 67 5.58 20 67 3.35 20 61 3.05 15 54 3.60 11 51 4.64 14 50 3.57

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE ## Player-Team GP 1. Federico Bertele-CCU 20 2. Kody Palmer-HPU 20 3. Ryan Taylor-RU 20 4. Scott Sutarik-LU 15 5. Ethan Hall-CU 19 6. Enrique Miranda-WU 14 7. Scott Krotee-GWU 18 8. Tyler Beadle-PC 20 9. Dan Jackson-ASHE 15 10. Daniel Kitchen-VMI 12

GA. 14 19 21 18 22 17 30 47 34 33

Avg. 0.76 0.92 0.99 1.13 1.14 1.29 1.60 2.42 2.44 3.07

SHUTOUTS ## Player-Team 1. Kody Palmer-HPU 2. Ethan Hall-CU Ryan Taylor-RU 4. Federico Bertele-CCU 5. Scott Sutarik-LU Scott Krotee-GWU 7. Enrique Miranda-WU 8. Scott Shewfelt-CCU Paul Hegedus-LW 10. Carl Carpenter-LW Mark Petrus-CCU Daniel Kitchen-VMI

SO 9 7 7 6 5 5 3 2 2 1 1 1

Avg. 0.45 0.37 0.35 0.30 0.33 0.28 0.21 0.40 0.20 0.14 0.14 0.08

GP 20 19 20 20 15 18 14 5 10 7 7 12

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Individual Season Records*

Points 1. Chris Archer 2. Shawn Sloan 3. Karo Okiomah 4. Shane Malcolm 5. Scott Rojo

80 75 68 54 47

2003-2006 2009-2012 2008-2011 2009-2012 2007-2010

Points 1. Chris Archer 2. Chris Archer 3. Mamadee Nyepon 4. Fejiro Okiomah 5. Karo Okiomah

Goals 1. Chris Archer 2. Karo Okiomah 3. Shawn Sloan 4. John Sitaridis 5. Fejiro Okiomah

33 29 24 20 19

2003-2006 2008-2011 2009-2012 1999-2001 2009-2012

Points Per Game (min. 10 games) 1. Chris Archer 1.65 2. Karo Okiomah 1.62 3. Chris Archer 1.50 4. Shawn Sloan 1.47 5. Mamadee Nyepon 1.45

Assists 1. Scott Rojo 2. Shawn Sloan 3. Shane Malcolm 4. Matt Tuttle 5. Chris Archer

29 27 18 16 14

2007-2010 2009-2012 2009-2012 2006-2009 2003-2006

Shots 1. Shawn Sloan 2. Chris Archer 3. Karo Okiomah 4. Scott Rojo 5. Chris Shrum

219 212 157 143 126

2009-2012 2003-2006 2008-2011 2007-2010 2005-2008

Goals 1. Chris Archer 15 2. Mamadee Nyepon 13 3. Chris Archer 12 Karo Okiomah 12 Fejiro Okiomah 12 Goals Per Game (min. 10 games) 1. Chris Archer .750 Karo Okiomah .750 3. Mamadee Nyepon .650 4. Chris Archer .600 5. Alex Martinez .580

Saves 1. Eric Lona 2. Michael Chesler 3. Adam Ross 4. Matt Long 5. Chris Michener

366 277 193 108 71

1999-2002 2008-2011 2005-2008 2001-2004 2001-2004

Assists 1. Scott Rojo 2. Shawn Sloan 3. Patrick Althoff Chris Shrum 5. Shawn Sloan

33 30 29 27 26

17 10 9 9 8

2004 2006 2012 2010 2010 2004 2010 2006 2012 2012 2004 2012 2006 2010 2010 2004 2010 2012 2006 2011 2010 2012 2004 2008 2010

Goals-Against Average (min. 900 minutes) 1. Kody Palmer 0.92 2012-present 2. Michael Chesler 1.19 2008-2011 3. Corey Whisenhunt 1.86 2007-2008 4. Eric Lona 1.94 1999-2002 5. Matt Long 2.00 2001, 03-04

Assists Per Game (min. 10 games) 1. Scott Rojo .850 2. Shawn Sloan .670 3. Patrick Althoff .450 Chris Shrum .450 5. Shawn Sloan .380

2010 2012 2004 2008 2010

Wins 1. Michael Chesler 2. Eric Lona 3. Kody Palmer 4. Matt Long 5. Adam Ross Shutouts 1. Michael Chesler 2. Eric Lona 3. Kody Palmer 4. Adam Ross 5. Corey Whisenhunt

2012 2008 2004 2011 2011

43 27 12 9 7

2008-2011 1999-2002 2012-present 2001-2004 2004-2008

Shots 1. Mamadee Nyepon 2. Chris Shrum 3. Chris Archer 4. Shawn Sloan 5. Karo Okiomah

20 11 9 4 2

2008-2011 1999-2002 2012-present 2004-2008 2007-2008

Shots Per Game (min. 10 games) 1. Mamadee Nyepon 4.45 2. Chris Shrum 4.35 3. Chris Archer 3.65 4. Shawn Sloan 3.60 5. Karo Okiomah 3.30

89 87 73 68 66

2012 2008 2004 2012 2011

Shots on Goal 1. Chris Archer 2. Chris Shrum Mamadee Nyepon 4. Chris Archer 5. Karo Okiomah Game Winning Goals 1. Mamadee Nyepon 1. Chris Shrum Shane Malcolm Fejiro Okiomah 4. Damon Ming Chris Archer Karo Okiomah Goals-Against Average 1. Michael Chesler 2. Kody Palmer 3. Michael Chesler 4. Michael Chesler 5. Michael Chesler Saves 1. Eric Lona 2. Eric Lona 3. Eric Lona 4. Michael Chesler 5. Michael Chesler

47 36 36 29 28

2004 2008 2012 2003 2011

6 4 4 4 3 3 3

2012 2008 2010 2010 2001 2006 2010

0.89 0.92 1.23 1.30 1.37

2010 2012 2011 2009 2008

107 105 82 79 74

2002 2000 2001 2011 2009

Saves Per Game (min. 10 games) 1. Eric Lona 5.94 2. Eric Lona 5.25 3. Eric Lona 4.82 4. Adam Ross 4.31 5. Eric Lona 4.24 Wins 1. Michael Chesler 16 2. Kody Palmer 12 3. Eric Lona 9 Michael Chesler 9 Michael Chesler 9 Michael Chesler 9 Shutouts 1. Michael Chesler 9 Kody Palmer 9 3. Eric Lona 6 4. Michael Chesler 5 5. Michael Chesler 4

2002 2000 2001 2007 1999 2010 2012 2000 2008 2009 2011 2010 2012 1999 2009 2011

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Team Single-Season Records* Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2010 2012 2004 2011 2000

Shots On Goal 1. 144 (49 goals) 2. 140 (42 goals) 3. 130 (36 goals) 4. 128 (36 goals) 5. 118 (14 goals)

2010 2012 2011 2004 2003

Goals 1. 49 2. 42 3. 36 36 5. 31

2010 2012 2011 2004 2000

Penalty Kicks 1. 7 2. 4 4 4. 2 2

2001 2010 2002 2009 1999

Assists 1. 43 2. 40 3. 38 38 5. 27

2010 2004 2011 2012 2008

Saves 1. 113 2. 106 3. 100 4. 91 5. 90

2002 2000 2006 2003 2001

Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2010 2012 2011 2008 2000

Goals-Against Averags 1. 0.88 2. 0.91 3. 1.23 4. 1.29 5. 1.33

2010 2012 2011 2009 1999

141 (49g, 43a) 122 (42g, 38a) 112 (36g, 40a) 110 (36g, 38a) 86 (31g, 24a)

361 (49 goals) 360 (42 goals) 347 (36 goals) 273 (26 goals) 245 (31 goals)

Shutouts 1. 9 9 3. 6 6 5. 5

2010 2012 2009 1999 2011

Wins 1. 16 2. 12 3. 9 9 9 9 9

2010 2012 2011 2009 2008 2000 1999

Losses 1. 14 14 14 14 5. 12

2007 2005 2003 2002 2004

Ties 1. 4 2. 3 3 3 5. 2 2

2006 2011 2008 2001 2009 2003

All-Time Big South Tournament Results (6-12-4) Year Opponent 1999 Winthrop (Quarterfinals) 2000 Liberty (Quarterfinals) Radford (Semifinals) 2001 UNC Asheville (Quarterfinals) Coastal Carolina (Semifinals) 2002 Coastal Carolina (Quarterfinals) 2003 Liberty (Quarterfinals) 2004 Birmingham-Southern (Quarterfinals) 2005 Coastal Carolina (Quarterfinals) 2006 Radford (Quarterfinals) Coastal Carolina (Semifinals) Winthrop (Finals) 2007 Winthrop (Quarterfinals 2008 Liberty (Quarterfinals) 2009 Radford (Quarterfinals) 2010 UNC Asheville (Quarterfinals) Radford (Semifinals) Coastal Carolina (Finals) 2011 Campbell (Quarterfinals) Gardner-Webb (Semifinals) 2012 at Campbell (Quarterfinals) vs. Coastal Carolina

Location Conway, S.C. Lynchburg, Va. Lynchburg, Va. Rock Hill, S.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Radford, Va. Birmingham, Ala. High Point, N.C. Radford, Va. Radford, Va. Radford, Va. Rock Hill, S.C. Conway, S.C. Boiling Springs, N.C. High Point, N.C. High Point, N.C. High Point, N.C. Boiling Springs, N.C. Boiling Springs, N.C. Buies Creek, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

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

Score 0-3 2-1 1-2 (2OT) 2-1 1-1 (4-5 PK) 0-3 1-2 3-4 0-4 0-0 (3-2 PK) 2-1 0-3 0-3 1-2 3-4 2-0 1-0 1-3 3-1 0-0 (3-4 PK) 4-4 (5-3 PK) 1-2

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3 GOALS (2 games) Barry Mitchell Charleston Southern 9/14/02 Matt Tuttle Randolph College 10/12/07

Points 7 Matt Tuttle Randolph Collge 10/12/07 6 Barry Mitchell Charleston Southern 9/14/07 5 Nine Times Last: Alex Martinez Winthrop 10/1/11

Goals 9 Randolph College 6 Winthrop 5 at East Carolina 5 at Gardner-Webb 5 vs. Rider 5 at Presbyterian 5 Presbyterian College 5 Longwood

10/12/07 10/1/11 9/8/04 9/30/09 9/6/10 10/23/10 10/19/11 9/15/12

Assists 8 Randolph College 7 Winthrop 6 Longwood 6 Northern Kentucky 5 Birmingham-Southern 5 vs. Rider 5 Presbyterian College 5 Longwood

10/12/07 10/1/11 10/6/04 9/2/12 10/31/04 9/6/10 10/19/11 9/15/12

Shots 35 VMI 32 at Presbyterian College 30 Jacksonville 29 Northern Kentucky 28 Presbyterian College

10/3/12 10/23/10 9/18/12 9/2/12 10/19/11

Saves 13 vs. Coastal Carolina 13 Elon 13 at Wake Forest 13 at North Carolina 12 at Marshall

11/15/01 10/16/02 10/7/03 10/3/06 9/5/01

2 GOALS (33 games) John Sitaridis vs. Mercer 9/3/00 John Sitaridis UNC Wilmington 9/5/00 Damon Ming at Campbell 9/30/00 Chris Young Charleston Southern 10/21/00 Damon Ming at UNC Wilmington 9/8/01 Kirk Rudder Mount Olive 10/5/02 Kenzo Tochiki Appalachian State 10/9/02 Matt Wood at Longwood 10/18/03 Chris Archer at Winthrop 9/29/04 Chris Archer Longwood 10/6/04 Chris Archer Birmingham-So. 10/31/04 Chris Archer at Birmingham-So. 11/11/04 Dan Haywood Campbell 9/17/05 Chris Archer at Longwood 9/10/06 Chris Archer at Winthrop 9/27/06 Chris Archer VMI 9/30/06 Chris Archer Pfeiffer 10/21/06 Chris Shrum vs. Western Kentucky 9/21/07 Josh Windley Randolph College 10/12/07 Chris Shrum at Winthrop 11/8/08 Shawn Sloan at VMI 10/30/09 Karo Okiomah vs. Radford 11/13/09 Shawn Sloan Gardner-Webb 9/25/10 Karo Okiomah Richmond 10/2/10 Shawn Sloan at Winthrop 10/6/10 Karo Okiomah UNC Asheville 10/16/10 Fejiro Okiomah at Presbyterian 10/23/10 Alex Martinez Winthrop 10/1/11 Karo Okiomah Winthrop 10/1/11 Alex Martinez at VMI 11/5/11 Mamadee Nyepon Northern Kentucky 9/2/12 Mamadee Nyepon at Navy 9/8/12 Mamadee Nyepon at Campbell 11/6/12

Goals 3 Barry Mitchell Charleston Southern 9/14/02 3 Matt Tuttle Randolph College 10/12/07 2 33 Times Last: M. Nyepon at Campbell 11/6/12 Assists 3 Scott Rojo 3 Scott Rojo 3 Scott Rojo 3 Shawn Sloan 2 19 Times Last: Todd Ray Shots 10 M. Nyepon 10 M. Nyepon 9 Chris Archer 9 Chris Archer 9 Leon Carby

Randolph College 10/12/07 Gardner-Webb 9/25/10 at Longwood 11/6/10 Northern Kentucky 9/2/12 Longwood Jacksonville VMI at Winthrop Longwood Gardner-Webb

9/15/12 9/18/12 10/3/12 9/29/04 10/6/04 10/13/12

Saves 13 Eric Lona vs. Coastal Carolina 11/15/01 12 Eric Lona at Marshall 9/5/01 11 Eric Lona Elon 10/16/02 10 Eric Lona at Buffalo 9/19/99 10 Eric Lona at Liberty 9/27/00 10 Eric Lona at Stetson 10/16/00 10 Michael Chesler Campbell 11/1/11

Year-By-Year Leaders (Div. I) YEAR GOALS ASSISTS 1999 Shane Curran (4) Damon Ming (4) Damon Ming (4) John Sitaridis (4) 2000 John Sitardis (8) Dan Kitching (5) 2001 John Sitardis (8) Dan Kitching (4) 2002 Kenzo Tochoki (5) Kenzo Tochiki (4) 2003 Matt Wood (4) Alex Thompson (3) Kirk Rudder (3) 2004 Chris Archer (15) Patrick Althoff (9) 2005 Dan Haywood (6) Chris Archer (4) 2006 Chris Archer (12) Chris Archer (6) 2007 Chris Shrum (6) Scott Rojo (5) 2008 Chris Shrum (8) Chris Shrum (9) 2009 Shawn Sloan (6) Matt Tuttle (6) 2010 Fejiro Okiomah (12) Scott Rojo (17) 2011 Alex Martinez (11) Shawn Sloan (7) 2012 Mamadee Nyepon (13) Shawn Sloan (10)

POINTS Damon Ming (12)

SAVES Eric Lona (72)

GAA Eric Lona (1.38)

John Sitardis (18) John Sitardis (17) Kenzo Tochiki (14) Matt Wood (10)

Eric Lona (105) Eric Lona (82) Eric Lona (107) Matt Long (63)

Eric Lona (1.74) Matt Long (1.57) Eric Lona (2.51) Matt Long (2.05)

Chris Archer (33) Dan Haywood (13) Chris Archer (30) Matt Tuttle (14) Chris Shrum (25) Karo Okiomah (14) Shawn Sloan (14) Matt Tuttle (14) Fejiro Okiomah (27) Alex Martinez (24) Mamadee Nyepon (29)

Matt Long (40) Adam Ross (65) Adam Ross (70) Adam Ross (56) Michael Chesler (63) Michael Chesler (74)

Matt Long (2.04) Adam Ross (2.68) Daniel Clark (1.09) Corey Whisenhunt (1.86) Michael Chesler (1.37) Michael Chesler (1.30)

Michael Chesler (61) Michael Chesler (79) Kody Palmer (62)

Michael Chesler (0.89) Michael Chesler (1.23) Kody Palmer (0.92)

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Award Winners Big South Player of the Year 2010 Karo Okiomah Big South Freshman of the Year 2012 Kody Palmer 2010 Adam Sewell 2009 Shawn Sloan All-Big South 2012 Mamadee Nyepon Fejiro Okiomah Shawn Sloan Shane Malcolm Adam Sewell 2011 Shawn Sloan Karo Okiomah Adam Sewell Fejiro Okiomah 2010 Karo Okiomah Fejiro Okiomah Shawn Sloan Scott Rojo Michael Chesler Ryan Bennett Todd Ray Will Stewart 2009 Shawn Sloan Matt Tuttle Fejiro Okiomah Todd Ray 2008 Chris Shrum Hilaire Babou Adam Hatem Scott Rojo 2007 Hilaire Babou Scott Rojo Adam Hatem 2006 Chris Archer Josh Windley Hilaire Babou 2004 Chris Archer Richard Hanson 2003 Kenzo Tochiki Richard Hanson 2002 Kenzo Tochiki 2001 John Sitaridis Nate LeMaire 2000 John Sitaridis Damon Ming Ben Monk 1999 Damon Ming Sean Forte

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Big South All-Freshman 2012 Kody Palmer Austin Yearwood 2010 Adam Sewell Alex Martinez 2009 Patrick Donahue Fejiro Okiomah Shawn Sloan 2008 Michael Chesler Karo Okiomah Will Stewart 2007 Scott Rojo Adam Hatem Michael Saryee 2006 Hilaire Babou Ryan Puppolo 2005 Dan Haywood Chris Shrum 2004 Josh Windley Daniel Walsh 2003 Luke Lemanski Kevin Balkanloo

Big South All-Academic 2012 Shawn Sloan 2011 Shawn Sloan 2010 Adam Hatem 2009 Adam Hatem 2008 Adam Hatem 2007 Cole Atkins 2006 Cole Atkins 2005 Cole Atkins 2004 Chris Michener 2003 Keith Wines 2002 Eric Lona 2001 Eric Lona 2000 Eric Lona 1999 Mike Wilson

Big South All-Tournament 2012 Kody Palmer Mamadee Nyepon 2011 Adam Sewell Karo Okiomah 2010 Karo Okiomah Fejiro Okiomah Shawn Sloan 2009 Karo Okiomah 2008 Karo Okiomah 2007 Michael Saryee 2006 Chris Archer Victor Harrison Adam Ross 2005 Patrick Althoff 2004 Patrick Althoff 2003 Matt Wood 2002 Eric Lona 2001 Eric Lona Barry Mitchell 2000 Nick Greico Patrick McGurk 1999 Ben Monk

NSCAA South Atlantic All-Region 2012 Fejiro Okiomah 1st Team Mamadee Nyepon 3rd Team Shawn Sloan 3rd Team 2011 Karo Okiomah 3rd Team 2010 Karo Okiomah 1st Team Scott Rojo 2nd Team Fejiro Okiomah 2nd Team Shawn Sloan 3rd Team Ryan Bennett 3rd Team 2009 Karo Okiomah 3rd Team Matt Tuttle 3rd Team 2008 Chris Shrum 3rd Team

NCCSIA All-State 2012 Mamadee Nyepon Fejiro Okiomah Shawn Sloan Kody Palmer Adam Sewell AustinYearwood 2011 Shawn Sloan 2010 Karo Okiomah Michael Chesler Fejiro Okiomah Shawn Sloan 2004 Chris Archer

Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2012 Shawn Sloan 2011 Shawn Sloan NSCAA All-American 2010 Karo Okiomah

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College Soccer News All-Freshmen Team 2012 Kody Palmer 3rd Team 2010 Adam Sewell 3rd Team 2009 Shawn Sloan 3rd Team CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-America 2012 Shawn Sloan 1st Team 2010 Shawn Sloan 3rd Team 2006 Chris Archer 2nd Team

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2012 Shawn Sloan 2010 Shawn Sloan Adam Hatem 2006 Chris Archer 2004 Kevin Balkanloo

1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team

NSCAA Team Academic Award 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012

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HIGH POINT

UNIVERSITY

2013 Men’s Soccer

Prospectus & Record Book

Year-by-Year Results

Coaching Records

Year Record Coach 1929 2-4-2 Edgar Hartley 1930 3-3-2 Unknown 1931 1-5-0 Unknown 1932 2-3-1 Unknown 1933 4-3-0 Unknown 1934 7-0-1 Unknown 1935 4-1-1 Unknown 1936 5-2-0 Unknown 1937 4-1-1 Unknown 1938 5-0-0 Unknown 1939 6-1-0 Unknown 1940 6-0-1 Unknown 1941 5-0-1 Unknown **Soccer dropped in 1942 due to World War II** 1971 0-10-0 Chuck Hatrman 1972 1-11-0 Ray Alley 1973 3-7-2 Ray Alley 1974 11-1-2 Ray Alley 1975 8-5-1 Ken Chartier 1976 12-6-0 Ken Chartier 1977 9-6-0 Ken Chartier 1978 5-11-0 Woody Gibson 1979 8-5-2 Woody Gibson 1980 13-6-0 Woody Gibson 1981 13-5-3 Woody Gibson 1982 12-6-2 Woody Gibson 1983 11-7-0 Woody Gibson 1984 13-5-1 Woody Gibson 1985 12-5-2 Woody Gibson

Year Record Coach 1986 9-7-2 Woody Gibson 1987 14-5-1 Woody Gibson 1988 13-4-2 Woody Gibson 1989 16-5-0 Woody Gibson 1990 11-7-1 Woody Gibson 1991 12-6-2 Woody Gibson 1992 13-7-1 Woody Gibson 1993 5-9-3 Woody Gibson 1994 6-11-1 Woody Gibson 1995 6-9-3 Woody Gibson 1996 7-12-0 Woody Gibson 1997 12-6-1 Woody Gibson 1998 9-10-0 Peter Broadley ** Begin NCAA Division I Play** 1999 9-9-0 (4-3-0 BSC) Peter Broadley 2000 9-10-1 (3-4-0 BSC) Peter Broadley 2001 7-10-3 (1-4-2 BSC) Peter Broadley 2002 4-14-1 (1-5-1 BSC) Peter Broadley 2003 4-14-2 (2-4-1 BSC) Peter Broadley 2004 7-12-1 (2-5-0 BSC) Peter Broadley 2005 1-14-3 (1-5-1 BSC) Peter Broadley 2006 6-11-4 (3-4-0 BSC) Peter Broadley 2007 5-14-1 (1-5-0 BSC) Dustin Fonder 2008 9-8-3 (4-2-2 BSC) Dustin Fonder 2009 9-7-2 (5-1-2 BSC) Dustin Fonder 2010 16-4-1 (8-0-0 BSC)# Dustin Fonder 2011 9-9-3 (4-4-1 BSC) Dustin Fonder 2012 12-5-3 (5-3-2 BSC) Dustin Fonder

Coach Seasons Record Edgar Hartley 1 (1929) 2-4-2 (.375) Chuck Hartman 1 (1971) 0-10-0 (.000) Ray Alley 3 (1972-74) 15-19-4 (.447) Ken Chartier 3 (1975-77) 29-17-1 (.628) Dr. Woody Gibson 20 (1978-97) 211-138-27 (.597) Peter Broadley 9 (1998-06) 47-103-15 (.330) Big South Record: 8 (1999-06) 17-34-5 (.348) Dustin Fonder 6 (2007-present) 60-47-13 (.554) Big South Record: 6 (2007-present) 27-15-7 (.623) Program Record (55 Seasons): 425-357-67 (.540) Div. I Record (14 Seasons): 107-141-28 (.438) Big South Record (14 Seasons): 44-49-12 (.476)

# Big South Regular Season Champion

Dr. Woody Gibson

All-Time vs. Opponents Opponent ........................... Record Adelphi.....................................1-0-0 Akron........................................0-1-0 Alabama A&M..........................0-0-1 Anderson-Broaddus...................0-3-0 Appalachian State....................3-13-0 Averett.......................................1-2-0 Barber-Scotia.............................3-0-0 Barton...................................16-13-2 Belmont-Abbey.....................13-18-0 Berry.........................................1-0-0 Birmingham-Southern..............3-4-0 Buffalo......................................1-0-0 Campbell................................5-9-3 Canisius....................................0-1-0 Catawba................................12-10-1 Charleston Southern.................1-4-0 Charleston (W.Va.)....................1-3-0 Charlotte...................................1-0-0 Christopher-Newport................1-0-0 Coastal Carolina...................3-16-2 Coker........................................9-3-2 College of Charleston................1-1-0 Davidson...................................2-3-2 Davis & Elkins..........................0-1-0 DePaul......................................0-1-0 Duke.........................................0-7-1 East Carolina.............................4-3-1 East Tennessee St.......................0-1-0

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Opponent ........................... Record Eastern Mennonite....................0-0-1 Elon....................................28-9-11 Erskine......................................2-1-0 Ferrum......................................1-0-0 Gardner-Webb........................6-1-3 Georgia Southern......................2-1-0 Greensboro College...................2-2-1 Guilford College.....................17-7-3 Jacksonville...............................1-0-0 Kentucky...................................0-2-0 King College.............................2-0-0 Lander University (S.C.)...........0-3-0 Lees-McRae...............................7-0-0 Lenoir-Rhyne............................7-5-1 Liberty................................11-12-4 Limestone.................................2-0-0 Lindsay Wilson College.............0-1-0 Lipscomb..................................1-0-0 Longwood...............................5-5-1 Louisville...................................0-1-0 Lynchburg College....................0-1-0 Lynn University (Fla.)...............0-2-0 Mars Hill...................................6-2-0 Marshall....................................1-3-0 Marymount...............................1-0-0 Mercer.......................................1-3-1 Montreat College......................0-1-0 Mount Olive...........................10-4-1

Opponent ........................... Record North Carolina........................0-10-1 NC State...................................3-9-2 NC Wesleyan............................2-5-1 UNC Asheville......................15-6-2 UNC Greensboro..................7-14-0 UNC Pembroke......................17-3-3 UNC Wilmington.....................5-7-0 Navy.......................................1-0-0 Niagara.....................................1-0-0 North Florida............................1-1-0 Northern Kentucky...................1-0-0 Nova University........................1-1-0 Old Dominion........................0-1-0 Oglethrope................................1-0-0 Pfeiffer....................................26-6-1 Presbyterian College...............5-3-1 Queens College (N.C.)..............2-2-0 Radford.................................6-10-3 Randolph College.....................1-0-0 Richmond.................................3-0-0 Rider.........................................2-0-0 Roanoke College.......................1-1-0 Rollins College (Fla.).................0-1-0 Rutgers-Camden.......................1-0-0 Saint Andrews.........................11-0-1 Saint Joesph’s (N.Y.)..................1-0-0 Salem-Teikyo.............................1-0-0 South Alabama..........................1-0-0

Opponent ........................... Record South Carolina........................0-1-0 St. Bonaventure.........................0-1-0 St. Francis (Pa.).........................0-1-0 Stony Brook..............................0-1-0 USC Aiken................................2-0-0 USC Upstate.............................1-5-0 South Florida............................0-1-0 Southern Virginia......................1-0-0 St. Mary’s..................................0-1-0 Stetson......................................1-5-0 Tusculum..................................1-0-0 VCU.........................................1-1-0 Virginia.....................................0-1-0 Virginia Tech...........................1-1-0 VMI........................................7-2-1 Wake Forest...............................2-6-1 Warren Wilson..........................8-0-0 Western Kentucky.....................1-0-0 West Virginia..........................0-1-0 West Virginia Tech....................1-0-0 Western Illinois.........................0-1-0 William & Mary.......................1-2-0 Wingate..................................10-0-0 Winthrop..............................5-14-1 Wheeling...................................1-0-0 Wofford.....................................4-5-0 Xavier........................................1-0-0

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