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Bowling Green State University

FALCON SOCCER

2013 MEDIA GUIDE


THE 2013 FALCONS

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MICHAEL WIEST

NICK LANDSBERGER

JOEY D’AGOSTINO

SEAN SIKICH

JAKE GENRICH

SENIOR • GK NAPERVILLE, ILL.

R-FRESHMAN • GK ARLINGTON HTS., ILL.

5-SENIOR • M LIVONIA, MICH.

SENIOR • D YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO

SOPHOMORE • D PLYMOUTH, MICH.

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RYAN SNASHALL

DAN LOOKER

RYAN JAMES

BRANDON SILVA

RYAN COMISKEY

SENIOR • M DUBLIN, OHIO

FRESHMAN • D WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

SOPHOMORE • M MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO

5-SENIOR • M COLUMBUS, OHIO

SENIOR • F GRANTVILLE, PA.

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DANNY BARALDI

ANTHONY GRANT

TJ ATALIG

DANNY SHEA

MATT GRIESINGER

JUNIOR • M CANTON, OHIO

SENIOR • F KINGSTON, JAMAICA

FRESHMAN • D/M YIGO, GUAM

R-FRESHMAN • D NAPERVILLE, ILL.

SENIOR • D STRONGSVILLE, OHIO

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BRENT WINKLER

MAX AUDEN

JACOB ROTH

JACOB SHELT

VLAD LEKAREV

FRESHMAN • D FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH.

R-FRESHMAN • M NAPERVILLE, ILL.

FRESHMAN • M/D CLEVELAND, OHIO

R-FRESHMAN • M/D LAKEWOOD, OHIO

JUNIOR • D STRONGSVILLE, OHIO

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JON KUMHER

JOE SULLIVAN

ZACH SCHEWEE

RYAN HEUTON

JUNIOR • D LANCASTER, PA.

FRESHMAN • M NAPERVILLE, ILL.

SENIOR • D ROCHESTER, MICH.

SOPHOMORE • GK CHICO, CALIF.

ERIC NICHOLS

CHARLIE EDWARDS

GREG HENNELLY

ZACH LEMKE

HEAD COACH FIFTH SEASON

ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON

ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON

ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON


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BGSU MEN’S SOCCER 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS The 2012 Season Rosters 3 Roster Breakdown 4 The Coaching Staff Head Coach Eric Nichols Assistant Coach Charlie Edwards Assistant Coach Greg Hennelly Volunteer Assistant Zach Lemke Support Staff

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Meet the Falcons The Returnees The Newcomers

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The MAC The Mid-American Conference Series Information

Falcon Men’s Soccer History Year-by-Year Records Year-by-Year Statistics Cochrane Stadium BGSU Hall of Fame Inductees All-Americans Falcons in the Pros NCAA Tournament Teams Letterwinners Single-Season & Career Leaders Falcon Men’s Soccer Records Honors & Awards

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GENERAL INFORMATION

School__________Bowling Green State University Location_ _______________ Bowling Green, Ohio Founded / Enrollment____________ 1910 / 17,046 Nickname / Colors_ ___Falcons / Orange & Brown Conference_ ____________ Mid-American (MAC) Home Facility_________________ Cochrane Field Press Box Phone________________ 419.372.0550 President_______________ Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey Faculty Representative_________ Dr. Lee Meserve Director of Athletics____________ Chris Kingston Senior Associate AD/SWA_________Lesley Irvine Athletics Dept. Phone____________ 419.372.2401

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach_____________________ Eric Nichols Alma Mater__________________ Ohio State, 2000 Office Phone___________________ 419.372.7072 E-Mail____________________ enichol@bgsu.edu Record at BGSU (years)_________ 24-38-12 (four) MAC Record_________________________ 9-13-3 Career Record (years)__________ 83-60-13 (eight) Assistant Coach___ Charlie Edwards (third season) Alma Mater__________________ Louisville, 2008 Office Phone___________________ 419.372.7071 E-Mail___________________ chedwar@bgsu.edu Assistant Coach___ Greg Hennelly (second season) Alma Mater______________ Bowling Green, 2009 Office Phone___________________ 419.372.7071 E-Mail____________________ ghennel@bgsu.edu Volunteer Asst. Coach__ Zach Lemke (first season) Alma Mater______________ Bowling Green, 2013 E-Mail____________________ zlemke@bgsu.edu

2013 MEDIA INFORMATION

• This 2013 Bowling Green State University Men’s Soccer Media Information is a production of the BGSU Athletic Communications Office in conjunction with the BGSU Men’s Soccer Office • Information compiled, written and edited by men’s soccer SID Mike Cihon

• Photography by BGSU Photo Services (Craig Bell & Brad Phalin), as well as Aaron Carpenter, Mike Cihon, Larry Clapper, John Enright, Kara Fallon, Bianca Garza, Jeff Hall, Jeff Harwell, Brandon Heiss, Jason Knavel, Michael Nemeth, Doug Sampson, Danny Sierra, Aaron Stevenson & members of the BGSU Athletic Communications student staff

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 Overall Record_______________8-9-3 (.475) 2012 MAC Record________________3-3-1 (.500) Conference Finish________________T-Fourth of 8 MAC Tournament____________ Lost in semifinals Letterwinners Returning / Lost____________13 / 6 Starters Returning / Lost__________________9 / 2

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Year of Men’s Soccer_______________ 1965 All-Time Varsity Record_______393-336-72 (.536) All-Time MAC Record___________52-56-9 (.483) MAC Regular-Season Titles_31 (1996, 2000, 2002) MAC Tournament Appearances_____________ 17_ (1994-95-96-97-98-99-2000-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-10-12) MAC Tourn. Championship-Match Appearances_ 8 __ (1994-1995-1996-1997-1998-2000-2002-2003) MAC Tournament Titles_____ 3 (1995-1996-1997) MAC Tournament Record_________17-14-0 (.548) NCAA Championships Appearances_ _________ 6 ____________(1972-1973-1992-1995-1996-1997) NCAA Championships Record_____ 4-6-0 (.400) * * includes wins in 1995 & 1997 NCAA ‘Play-In’ Matches

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Asst. AD/Director________________Jason Knavel Asst. Director (w.soccer)____________Mike Cihon Office Phone___________________ 419.372.0474 Office Fax_____________________ 419.372.6015 E-Mail____________________mjcihon@bgsu.edu Assistant Director______________________ TBA Intern__________________________Jacob Dorow Student Intern__________________ Scott Swegan Mailing Address_ _______ 247 Perry Stadium East _____________ Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0030 Overnight Address_ ________ 1610 Stadium Drive Athletics Website_ __________ BGSUFalcons.com

• Information up to date as of August 25, 2013

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2013 BGSU ROSTERS & PRONUNCIATIONS NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 33

NAME (PRONUNCIATION) Michael Wiest (WEEST) ***# Nick Landsberger Joey D’Agostino (day-ogg-uh-STEEN-oh) ***# Sean Sikich (SICK-itch) *** Jake Genrich (GEN-rich - hard G sound) * Ryan Snashall *** Dan Looker Ryan James * Brandon Silva ***# Ryan Comiskey *** Danny Baraldi ** Anthony Grant * TJ Atalig (AT-uh-lig) Danny Shea Matt Griesinger (GRISS-in-jurr) *** Brent Winkler Max Auden (AWE-den) Jacob Roth Jacob Shelt Vlad Lekarev (LECK-err-ev) * Jon Kumher (COME-err) ** Joe Sullivan Zach Schewee (SHEE-wee) *** Ryan Heuton (HUE-ton)

POS. GK GK M D D M D M M F M F D/M D D D M D/M M/D D D M D GK

CL./EL. Sr./Sr. So./Fr. 5/Sr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./So. 5/Sr. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. So./So.

HOMETOWN (H.S./PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Naperville, Ill. (North) Arlington Heights, Ill. (Buffalo Grove) Livonia, Mich. (Stevenson) Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney) Plymouth, Mich. (Salem) Dublin, Ohio (Coffman) Wellington, New Zealand (Tauranga Boys’ College) Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (Loyola Catholic Secondary) Columbus, Ohio (Worthington Kilbourne) (Univ. of Akron) Grantville, Pa. (Northern Lebanon) Canton, Ohio (Massillon Jackson) Kingston, Jamaica (Jamaica College) (McKendree Univ.) Yigo, Guam (Saint John’s School) Naperville, Ill. (Metea Valley) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) Farmington Hills, Mich. (Farmington) Naperville, Ill. (North) Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius) Lakewood, Ohio (Lakewood) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) (Butler Univ.) Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoga Valley) Naperville, Ill. (North) Rochester, Mich. (Stoney Creek) Chico, Calif. (Pleasant Valley) (Foothill CC)

Head Coach: Eric Nichols (Ohio State, 2000) – fifth year * letters earned Assistant Coach: Charlie Edwards (Louisville, 2008) – third year # 2013 Captains Assistant Coach: Greg Hennelly (Bowling Green, 2009) – second year Volunteer Assistant Coach: Zach Lemke (Bowling Green, 2013) – first year

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. 12 17 10 9 2 4 11 14 33 7 21 1 20 6 18 23 13 19 3 8 5 22 0 15

NAME (PRONUNCIATION) TJ Atalig (AT-uh-lig) Max Auden (AWE-den) Danny Baraldi ** Ryan Comiskey *** Joey D’Agostino (day-ogg-uh-STEEN-oh) ***# Jake Genrich (GEN-rich - hard G sound) * Anthony Grant * Matt Griesinger (GRISS-in-jurr) *** Ryan Heuton (HUE-ton) Ryan James * Jon Kumher (COME-err) ** Nick Landsberger Vlad Lekarev (LECK-err-ev) * Dan Looker Jacob Roth Zach Schewee (SHEE-wee) *** Danny Shea Jacob Shelt Sean Sikich (SICK-itch) *** Brandon Silva ***# Ryan Snashall *** Joe Sullivan Michael Wiest (WEEST) ***# Brent Winkler

POS. D/M M M F M D F D GK M D GK D D D/M D D M/D D M M M GK D

CL./EL. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. 5/Sr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Sr./Sr. So./So. So./So. Jr./Jr. So./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. So./Fr. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. 5/Sr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr.

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HOMETOWN (H.S./PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Yigo, Guam (Saint John’s School) Naperville, Ill. (North) Canton, Ohio (Massillon Jackson) Grantville, Pa. (Northern Lebanon) Livonia, Mich. (Stevenson) Plymouth, Mich. (Salem) Kingston, Jamaica (Jamaica College) (McKendree Univ.) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) Chico, Calif. (Pleasant Valley) (Foothill CC) Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (Loyola Catholic Secondary) Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoga Valley) Arlington Heights, Ill. (Buffalo Grove) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) (Butler Univ.) Wellington, New Zealand (Tauranga Boys’ College) Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius) Rochester, Mich. (Stoney Creek) Naperville, Ill. (Metea Valley) Lakewood, Ohio (Lakewood) Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney) Columbus, Ohio (Worthington Kilbourne) (Univ. of Akron) Dublin, Ohio (Coffman) Naperville, Ill. (North) Naperville, Ill. (North) Farmington Hills, Mich. (Farmington)

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (13) Name Danny Baraldi * Ryan Comiskey Jake Genrich * Anthony Grant * Matt Griesinger Ryan James * Jon Kumher Vlad Lekarev Zach Schewee * Sean Sikich * Brandon Silva * Ryan Snashall * Michael Weist *

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

Yr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. 5-Sr. Sr. Sr.

OTHERS RETURNING (5) Name Max Auden Joey D’Agostino Nick Landsberger Danny Shea Jacob Shelt

Pos. M M GK D M/D

NEWCOMERS (6) Name TJ Atalig Ryan Heuton Dan Looker Jacob Roth Joe Sullivan Brent Winkler

Pos. D/M GK D D/M M D

MP/MS 19/19 19/3 20/20 20/18 13/5 20/13 14/10 16/2 19/16 20/20 20/20 14/13 20/20

Yr. R-Fr. 5-Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr.

Notes Did not see match action in 2012 Was injured in second game of 2012 season & was redshirted Did not see match action in 2012 Did not see match action in 2012 Did not see match action in 2012

Yr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown Yigo, Guam Chico, Calif. Wellington, New Zealand Cleveland, Ohio Naperville, Ill. Farmington Hills, Mich.

LETTERWINNERS LOST (6) Name Tyler Gay Shawn Gross Sean Hastings * Marco Ilao Zach Lemke * Chris McLean

Pos. M M D D M D

G-A=Pts. 6-7=19 All-MAC First Team in 2012 2-1=5 0-0=0 8-4=20 All-MAC First Team in 2012 0-0=0 4-2=10 0-0=0 0-1=1 1-1=3 0-1=1 1-1=3 0-4=4 100 svs., 7 shutouts, 1.10 gaa

Yr.^ Fr. R-Fr. 5-Sr. Jr. 5-Sr. Sr.

MP/MS 3/0 1/0 17/15 11/2 19/19 15/3

G-A=Pts. 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-0=0 1-3=5 0-2=2

OTHERS LOST (2) Name Tanner Planck Mike Thomas

Pos. Yr.^ Notes D Fr. Did not see match action in 2012 GK Fr. Did not see match action in 2012

* 2012 starters ^ denotes eligibility in 2012-13 academic year

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FALCONS ... BY CLASS SENIORS (9)

Comiskey, D’Agostino%, Grant, Griesinger, Schewee, Sikich, Silva%, Snashall, Wiest

JUNIORS (3)

Baraldi, Kumher, Lekarev

SOPHOMORES (3) Genrich, Heuton, James

FRESHMEN (9)

Atalig, Auden#, Landsberger#, Looker, Roth, Shea#, Shelt#, Sullivan, Winkler % fifth-year senior # redshirt freshman

BY STATE ^ OHIO (8)

Baraldi, Griesinger, Lekarev, Roth, Shelt, Sikich, Silva, Snashall

ILLINOIS (5)

Auden, Landsberger, Shea, Sullivan, Wiest

MICHIGAN (4)

D’Agostino, Genrich, Schewee, Winkler

PENNSYLVANIA (2) Comiskey, Kumher

CALIFORNIA (1) Heuton

GUAM (1) Atalig

JAMAICA (1) Grant

NEW ZEALAND (1) Looker

ONTARIO (1) James

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FALCON COACHING STAFF

ERIC NICHOLS HEAD COACH • FIFTH SEASON AT BGSU CAREER RECORD: 83-60-13 (EIGHT SEASONS) OHIO STATE, 2000 Eric Nichols embarks upon his fifth season as the head men’s soccer coach at Bowling Green State University of 2013. Nichols joined the Falcon program on Feb. 17, 2009. In his first four seasons with the Falcons, Nichols has changed the culture of the program, showing steady improvement each season. “We are pleased to welcome Eric to the Falcon family,” said then-Director of Athletics Greg Christopher at the press conference announcing Nichols’ hiring. “Eric stood out among an excellent group of candidates. His experience as a head coach, coupled with his recruiting knowledge of Ohio and the Midwest, made him the ideal candidate to guide our men’s soccer program.” The Falcons had an RPI of 184 in the 2008 season, the year before Nichols arrived. In 2012, BGSU finished with an RPI of 99. Nichols and his staff have solidified the Falcons’ defensive corps, as BGSU’s defense has allowed fewer goals than the previous year in every season of his tenure. The 2012 Falcons had seven shutouts for the second-straight year. The ‘12 campaign saw the Falcons post eight wins against a tough schedule. BGSU’s 8-9-3 overall mark represented the team’s most wins and highest winning percentage since 2003. The Brown and Orange posted two wins and a tie against teams that advanced to the NCAA Championships. BGSU went 3-3-1 in Mid-American Conference play, earning the fourth seed in the eightteam conference and a bid to the league tournament. The Falcons fell on the road to the nation’s top-ranked team in the MAC Tournament’s semifinal round. The 2012 season also saw the Falcons go undefeated in overtime (2-0-3), and recapture the I-75 Cup with a victory over Wright State. BGSU had two All-MAC First-Team selections for the first time since 2002, as Danny Baraldi and Anthony Grant both were named to the all-conference first team. Baraldi earned all-region honors, and was one of three Falcons to earn MAC Player-of-theWeek accolades during the season. A pair of BGSU players also were named to the MAC’s All-Tournament Team. In the classroom, the Falcons received the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the third consecutive season. The award is given to programs that have achieved a minimum team GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Nichols has also worked tirelessly at making Cochrane Stadium an entertaining place to be for soccer fans, as well as a difficult place to play for the road team. BGSU’s attendance numbers have steadily increased during his tenure, and the Falcons twice have had crowds of over 2,000 fill the stadium over the last two seasons. Nichols also was instrumental in the Cochrane Stadium lights project, as the Falcons now play nearly all of their matches under the lights, enhancing an already-entertaining game-day atmosphere. The 2011 season saw the Falcons post a 7-8-3 overall record. The seven wins, the program’s highest total since the 2003 season, included a season-opening victory over ninth-ranked Michigan before a crowd of over 2,100 at Cochrane Field. The Brown and Orange went 6

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FALCON COACHING STAFF 4-2-1 at Cochrane, and BGSU’s defense posted a total of seven shutouts on the year, the program’s most in a decade. In 2010, his second season at the helm, Nichols guided the Brown and Orange to an overall mark of 6-9-3 and a MAC ledger of 3-3-0. BGSU, after being picked to place sixth in the league in the preseason coaches poll, tied for third in the final regular-season standings and earned the third seed for the MAC Tournament. With just four seniors on the 26-man roster in 2010, Nichols and the Falcons doubled the team’s overall win total from the previous fall. That ‘10 roster featured 12 newcomers, including 11 true freshmen. At least nine of those 12 players started two or more matches. That young team was ranked 117th of 204 schools in the final NCAA RPI, after going five years without having a ranking better than 152. That 2010 team came away with a result (a win or a tie) 50 percent of the time, after the Falcons did so in just 33.3% of the 2009 matches. Nichols guided his initial Falcon team to a 3-12-3 mark and a 2-3-1 MAC record. That 2009 club narrowly missed out on a top-four conference finish and a berth in the league tournament. Nichols came to Bowling Green after spending the 2008 season as assistant coach at Davidson College. He also served as recruiting coordinator under head coach Matt Spear. “I am excited to join the BGSU family,” said Nichols at the time of his hiring. “Having spent most of my life in Ohio, I am aware of the strong tradition at Bowling Green, and of the many great players and coaches who have performed at Cochrane Field over the years. I am looking forward to returning the program to prominence.” Prior to his stint at Davidson, Nichols was the head men’s soccer coach at Ohio Dominican University for four seasons (2004-07). Under his guidance, the Panthers recorded a 59-22-1 (.728) overall mark, including a final ranking of fourth in 2007. That team advanced all the way to the quarterfinals of the NAIA National Tournament. Nichols guided his final ODU team to a 19-3-0 overall record and was named the NSCAA/NAIA Midwest Region Coach of the Year and Ohio Coach of the Year in 2007. He was named the American Mideast Conference South Division Coach of the Year in three of his four seasons with the Panthers. Prior to heading to ODU, Nichols served as an assistant coach at Ohio Wesleyan University under Jay Martin. During Nichols’ four years there, the Battling Bishops compiled a mark of 74-14-3, won four conference championships and advanced to a pair of NCAA Regional Championships and one Final Four. Along with his collegiate coaching experience, Nichols was the head coach of the Columbus Crew’s U18 U.S. Soccer Academy team for the 2007-08 season, and also has experience coaching state and region squads in the Olympic Development Program (ODP). He also has a NSCAA Premier Diploma and a U.S. Soccer “A” License. Nichols played collegiately at Ohio State, and played five years of professional soccer for the Columbus Xoggz and Indiana Blast of the USISL and the Columbus Invaders of the NPSL. He is only the fifth head coach in the storied history of the BGSU men’s soccer program, which enters its 49th season in 2013. He joins Mickey Cochrane (1965-77), the late Gary Palmisano (1978-92, 1994), Mel Mahler (1993, 1995-2003) and Fred Thompson (2004-08) on that list. “Bowling Green has a rich tradition in men’s soccer,” Christopher said at the time of Nichols’ hiring. “Hiring the right leader to help this program compete again for championships is important for the future of BGSU Athletics.” Nichols earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from OSU in 2000. He has taken graduate courses at BGSU. Nichols and his wife, Marianne, have three children, Kalen (13), Jordan (10) and Braden (4).

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CHARLIE EDWARDS ASSISTANT COACH • THIRD SEASON LOUISVILLE, 2008 Charlie Edwards begins his third season as assistant men’s soccer coach at Bowling Green State University in the fall of 2013. Head coach Eric Nichols announced the hiring of Edwards in March of 2011. “Charlie has great energy and drive, as well as solid experiences as a player and a coach,” said Nichols at the time of the hiring. “He is sure to have an immediate and positive impact on the program, and we are thrilled to have him join us.” Nichols, Edwards and the staff have solidified the Falcons’ defensive corps, as BGSU’s defense has allowed fewer goals than the previous year in every season of the Nichols tenure. The 2012 Falcons had seven shutouts for the second-straight year. In fact, Edwards has helped the Falcons post seven shutouts in each of the last two seasons. Prior to the 2011 campaign, BGSU had not blanked as many as seven opponents since 2001. The ‘12 campaign saw the Falcons post eight wins against a tough schedule. BGSU’s 8-9-3 overall mark represented the team’s most wins and highest winning percentage since 2003. The Brown and Orange posted two wins and a tie against teams that advanced to the NCAA Championships. BG went 3-3-1 in Mid-American Conference play, earning the fourth seed in the eight-team conference and a bid to the league tournament. The Falcons fell on the road to the nation’s top-ranked team in the MAC Tournament’s semifinal round. The 2012 season also saw the Falcons go undefeated in overtime (2-0-3), and recapture the I-75 Cup with a victory over Wright State. BGSU had two All-MAC First-Team selections for the first time since 2002, as Danny Baraldi and Anthony Grant both were named to the all-conference first team. In the classroom, the Falcons received the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the third consecutive season. The award is given to programs that have achieved a minimum team GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The 2011 season saw the Falcons post a 7-8-3 overall record. The seven wins, the program’s highest total since the 2003 season, included a season-opening victory over ninth-ranked Michigan before a crowd of over 2,100 at Cochrane Field. The Brown and Orange went 4-2-1 at Cochrane, and BGSU’s defense posted a total of seven shutouts on the year, the program’s most in a decade. Edwards came to BG from the University of Dayton. He spent the 2010 season as a volunteer assistant on the Flyers’ staff. He worked primarily with the goalkeepers for head coach Dennis Currier, but also performed a myriad of duties in the office and on the pitch. Edwards helped with administrative duties and travel arrangements, and also helped to plan camps and manage the recruit database. In the fall of 2010, Dayton’s ‘keeper, Tyler Picard, was named to the All-Atlantic 10 Conference Second Team. Picard had eight complete-match shutouts and a goals-against average of just 0.79.

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FALCON COACHING STAFF “I am very excited for the opportunity that Coach Nichols has given me to be a part of the staff here at BGSU,” said Edwards at the time of his hiring. “I respect what Coach Nichols is doing here; this program is moving in a positive direction. I want to continue that success and really have an impact on the program.” Edwards worked at the University of Central Florida prior to heading to Dayton. While at UCF, he worked with the team’s five ‘keepers, helping to plan and conduct goalkeeping sessions, and performed various administrative duties for the program. A 2008 graduate of the University of Louisville, Edwards was a two-year starter for the Cardinals. He was a member of the ’07 team that advanced to the semifinal round of the Big East Tournament and the second round of the NCAA Championships. A native of Lilburn, Ga., he was a member of the conference’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll in both 2006 and ‘07. In addition to his stints with Dayton and UCF, Edwards also has coaching experience with several teams at the club level. He coached the Oldham County Thoroughbreds in 2008 and 2009, serving as head coach of the U-10 and U-12 boys’ teams while also serving as the head goalkeeping coach of the top club-level squad. He also was the had coach of the Metro FC U-15 and U-18 boys’ teams. Edwards graduated from U of L in the spring of 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in sport administration. He currently holds a USSF “D” coaching license as well as a level III NSCAA National Goalkeeper Diploma.

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GREG HENNELLY ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND SEASON BOWLING GREEN, 2009 Greg Hennelly embarks upon his second season as an assistant coach with the BGSU men’s soccer program. Head coach Eric Nichols announced the addition of Hennelly, a former Falcon men’s soccer student-athlete, to the staff in March of 2012. “Greg is energetic and enthusiastic about coaching, and is well respected in the local soccer community,” said Nichols at the time of Hennelly’s hiring. “He is going to be a fantastic addition to our staff.” A native of Akron, Ohio, Hennelly recently was named Director of Coaching for Bowling Green Soccer Club, a club consisting of roughly 100 players. Prior to joining BGSC, Hennelly served as assistant director of coaching at the Toledo Football Academy since 2008. His club experience has included coaching multiple teams with players ranging from 5-18 years old, and managing the day-to-day operation of a program which includes over 200 players/family members. “I want to thank Coach Nichols for allowing me the opportunity to join his staff,” said Hennelly at the time of his hiring. “I know the program is in great hands with Coach Nichols’ positive attitude and extremely high standards for his players. “I am very excited to return to the BGSU community and to become a contributing member of the Falcons’ continued growth and success.” The 2012 campaign saw the Falcons post eight wins against a tough schedule. BGSU’s 8-9-3 overall mark represented the team’s most wins and highest winning percentage since 2003. The Brown and Orange posted two wins and a tie against teams that advanced to the NCAA Championships. BGSU went 3-3-1 in Mid-American Conference play, earning the fourth seed in the eightteam conference and a bid to the league tournament. The Falcons fell on the road to the nation’s top-ranked team in the MAC Tournament’s semifinal round. The 2012 season also saw the Falcons go undefeated in overtime (2-0-3), and recapture the I-75 Cup with a victory over Wright State. BGSU had two All-MAC First-Team selections for the first time since 2002, as Danny Baraldi and Anthony Grant both were named to the all-conference first team. In the classroom, the Falcons received the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the third consecutive season. The award is given to programs that have achieved a minimum team GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition to his work with BGSC and TFA, Hennelly has experience working as a member of the US Soccer Region II staff. In that role, he evaluated players from 12 different states for consideration in the national pool. He also has been a member of the Ohio North Olympic Development Program (ODP), serving as head coach of the State Team. Hennelly was named the Ohio Youth Soccer Association North (OYSAN) Coach of the Year in 2011. He has his United States Soccer Federation ‘B’ License, and also has a USSF National Youth License. A graduate of Revere High School, Hennelly played two seasons (2004-05) at BGSU. He saw action in 36 matches for the Falcons, starting 21. A midfielder, he had five points on a pair of goals and an assist in his inaugural season, scoring goals against Ohio State and Western Michigan. In the 2005 campaign, Hennelly had four points, on goals against Evansville and St. Mary’s (Calif.). The latter goal was the final marker in a 3-1 BGSU win at Cochrane Field. Hennelly earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from BGSU in 2009. He currently resides in Toledo. 10 BOWLING GREEN • 2013 MEN’S SOCCER

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ZACH LEMKE VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON BOWLING GREEN, 2013 After wrapping up a successful playing career for the men’s soccer Falcons in 2012, Zach Lemke joins the coaching staff in 2013. Lemke will serve as a volunteer assistant coach for the Brown and Orange in 2013. Lemke scored a career total of 15 points for the Falcons during his career, and achieved numerous milestones both on and off the pitch. A team tri-captain on the 2012 team, Lemke was named the BGSU Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year at the Athletics Honors Night ceremony in April of 2013. That award, like the Junior Scholar-Athlete-of-the-Year honor he earned the previous April, is given to just one male and one female student-athlete at BGSU each year. Additionally, Lemke was named to the Academic All-Ohio Team by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA) in both 2011 and 2012, and also was named to the Academic All-MAC Team on two occasions. A native of Beavercreek, Ohio (Beavercreek H.S.), Lemke played in 37 of BGSU’s 38 matches over his last two years, missing one match due to injury. He had five points on a goal and three assists during his senior year, tying for fourth on the team in scoring. His goal came in the Michigan State match at Cochrane Field, and his assists included helpers on game-winning goals by Anthony Grant against both Cleveland State and Western Michigan. Lemke played 1,754 of the Falcons’ 1,874 minutes during his senior season. As a junior in 2011, Lemke had seven points on the year. One of three Falcons to start all 18 games, he was second on the team in minutes played, with 1,622. Lemke scored the gamewinning goal at Detroit, heading home a corner kick early in the match, and he also found the back of the net in a home win vs. IPFW. Lemke recorded assists vs. CSU, IUPUI and Florida Atlantic. Lemke scored three points in his sophomore season of 2010. His first collegiate goal proved to be the game-winner, as he headed home a cross less than five minutes into the Falcons’ victory over Buffalo at Cochrane Field. He picked up an assist in another MAC win, against FAU in a 2-1 win that gave the Falcons a berth in the conference tournament. After sitting out the 2008 season, Lemke played in 15 matches in the ‘09 season, making five starts. Lemke, who earned the team’s Most Improved Player award during his redshirt season, played in a total of 68 matches for the Falcons, starting 56. Prior to coming to BG, Lemke helped Beavercreek to back-to-back Greater Western Ohio Conference championships as a junior and senior, earning all-conference honors in both seasons. He earned numerous accolades, including the 2007 Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Academic Excellence award and the Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete award. Lemke, who majored in sport management at BGSU, had a stellar cumulative grade-point average of 3.707. He played club soccer for Ohio Galaxies FC.

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MAGGIE DOWE

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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

ATHLETIC TRAINING GRADUATE ASSISTANT

BEN KISTER

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MAX AUDEN MIDFIELDER • 5-11 • SO./FR. NAPERVILLE, ILL. (NORTH) 2012 Did not see match action. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Naperville North H.S. (‘12) under Jim Konrad, a BGSU men’s soccer alumnus ... helped the Huskies to DuPage Valley Conference titles in each of those three seasons ... team went 58-8-6 in that three-year span, including an undefeated regular season in 2011 ... scored the winning goal in the second overtime to send the Huskies to the state semifinals in 2010 ... a two-time all-league selection who also earned all-sectional honors ... a three-time academic all-league choice ... North won three regional titles in as many years ... captained the team as a senior ... made the honor roll in every semester. PERSONAL John Maxwell Auden was born on March 31, 1994 in Lombard, Ill. ... son of Jim and Lisa Auden ... the oldest of three children ... has a brother and a sister ... an accounting major at BGSU, with a 3.793 cumulative GPA through the Spring 2013 semester ... played club ball with the Galaxy Soccer Club for coach Brett Strang (a BGSU men’s soccer alum), serving as a three-year captain.

MAX AUDEN - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................

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DANNY BARALDI MIDFIELDER • 5-10 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ CANTON, OHIO (MASSILLON JACKSON) BARALDI AND THE FALCONS Through two years at BGSU, is on a point-per-match pace, having scored 37 career points in 37 matches. 2012 An All-MAC First-Team selection ... also was accorded all-league first-team honors by College Sports Madness ... was named to the All-Great Lakes Region Third Team by the NSCAA, becoming BGSU’s first all-region selection since 2001 ... additionally, was named to the All-Ohio Second Team by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association ... played in 19 of BGSU’s 20 matches, starting all 19 ... had 19 points on six goals and seven assists ... led the team in assists, and ranked second in both goals and points ... two of his goals were game winners ... started all seven of BGSU’s MAC matches, and had eight points on two goals and a team-leading four assists in conference play ... scored the Falcons’ first goal of the season for the second consecutive year, finding the net in the season opener vs. Saint Bonaventure (Aug. 25) for what would prove to be the game winner ... was named to the All-Tournament Team at the CCU Invitational, after scoring two goals in a 3-3 tie against the host school, nationally-ranked Coastal Carolina (Sept. 9) ... scored the first goal of that match, then recorded his second goal of the day only 25 seconds after the Chanticleers had tied the score ... on the strength of that CCU game, was named the MAC Player of the Week on Sept. 11 ... converted a penalty kick in the second overtime period to give the Falcons a 2-1 win over Milwaukee (Sept. 25) ... had a three-point game vs. UWM, having assisted on Anthony Grant’s first-half goal ... also scored three points vs. Western Michigan (Oct. 5), with the opening goal of the night, and an assist on Grant’s second-half tally in another 2-1 BG win ... both his goal and his assist vs. WMU came on free kicks ... had a pair of second-half assists in the Falcons’ 3-0 victory over Buffalo (Oct. 13) ... assisted on both BGSU goals, just 2:29 apart, in a 2-0 win at Michigan (Oct. 23) ... had a three-point night at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 26) ... assisted on Grant’s GWG in the 13th minute, then scored from roughly 60 yards out midway through the first half ... led the team with 50 shot attempts, and was second on the Falcons with 20 shots on goal ... in August, was named to the College Sports Madness Preseason All-MAC Second Team.

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2011 Was named to the OCSA All-Ohio First Team in his first season at BGSU ... one of three players to start all 18 matches ... led the team in scoring, with 18 points on the year ... paced BGSU in goals (five), assists (eight) and shots on goal (21) ... tied for 17th in the nation in assists per game (0.44), and led all freshmen in NCAA Division I in that category ... tied for 21st in the country in total assists, again leading all frosh ... also was ranked in the nation’s top 100 in points per game (1.00, T-89th) ... was directly involved in the scoring of 13 of

DANNY BARALDI - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 18-18 19-19 37-37

G 5 6 11

A 8 7 15

Pts Shots Shot% 18 45 .111 19 50 .120 37 95 .116

SOG 21 20 41

SOG% .467 .400 .432

GW 2 2 4

PK-Att 0-0 1-1 1-1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 4, at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012 Goals: 2, at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012 Assists: 2, 4 times Shots: 6, Buffalo -- Oct 13, 2012

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THE FALCON RETURNEES BGSU’s 22 goals on the season ... his assist total was the highest by a BGSU player since the 2003 season ... tied for the team lead with a pair of game-winning goals ... first collegiate goal came in his first collegiate match, as he scored in the 64th minute against then-#9 Michigan (Aug. 26) ... for his efforts against the Wolverines, was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week on Aug. 28 ... other winner came at Pittsburgh (Sept. 11), as he blasted home a shot from distance in the 83rd minute of that 1-0 victory ... named to the all-tournament team that weekend, at the Pitt/Nike Invitational ... the following weekend, earned all-tourney-team honors at the Hyatt Place Brentwood Invitational in Nashville ... had goals vs. Florida Atlantic (Oct. 2) and in back-to-back matches to end the season, at Wright State (Nov. 1) and Western Michigan (Nov. 5) ... had two-assist games vs. IPFW (Aug. 31) and Detroit (Sept. 21) ... the goal vs. FAU came just 19 seconds into the second half ... both assists in the UDM match came off of perfectly-placed corner kicks ... also had helpers against Belmont (Sept. 16), Lipscomb (Sept. 18), IUPUI (Sept. 30) and Hartwick (Oct. 22) ... had a six-game point-scoring streak from Sept. 11-Oct. 2, with two goals and five assists in that stretch ... that streak was the longest by a BGSU player since at least the 2000 season ... was involved in several other BG goals during the season, even though he was not listed in the scoring ... at Detroit, he ripped a long shot off the crossbar, and Colin Armstrong was pulled down while going for the rebound, leading to a penalty kick ... against FAU, his corner kick went off an Owls defender and into the net for the first goal of the match ... finished fourth on the team in minutes played, with 1,599 ... played all 110 minutes of double-OT contests vs. LU and Hartwick (Oct. 22), and saw 100 minutes of playing time at Michigan State (Oct. 19) ... played the entirety of two other OT games, and played all 90 minutes in eight other contests ... played every minute over the final eight matches of the year ... wore uniform number 15 as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Jackson H.S. ... an NSCAA All-American for the Polar Bears as a senior in the fall of 2010 ... also earned All-Ohio First-Team honors that year ... the Stark County Player of the Year and the district P-O-Y after setting the school single-season record with 24 goals ... also was the Federal League P-O-Y and earned all-league honors for the third-consecutive year ... helped JHS to the state finals as a freshman, and to the elite eight in each of the next three years ... had a career total of 47 goals and 36 assists. PERSONAL Daniel Joseph Baraldi was born on July 21, 1992 ... son of Michael and Regina Baraldi ... is the youngest of three boys ... liberal studies major at BGSU ... has Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience, having played with the state team and also participating in the regional pool ... played in the US Soccer Academy with the Cleveland Internationals ... brother, Tony, played collegiate soccer at Cleveland State Univ.

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RYAN COMISKEY FORWARD • 6-1 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ GRANTVILLE, PA. (NORTHERN LEBANON) 2012 Earned honorable mention on the Academic All-MAC Team ... played in 19 matches, making three starts ... tied for fourth on the team with five points ... had two goals and an assist on the year ... was fourth on the Falcons with 10 shots on goal ... scored the final goal of BGSU’s 3-0 win over Saint Bonaventure (Aug. 25) after a long individual run ... also capped the scoring in another 3-0 victory at Cochrane Field, finding the net midway through the second half of the Buffalo match (Oct. 13) ... had an assist on a Ryan James goal vs. Wright State (Oct. 30) ... saw a season-high 85 minutes of action in the Marshall match (Sept. 1) ... started that match, as well as the Wofford (Sept. 7) and Milwaukee (Sept. 25) games. 2011 Saw action in 14 matches, starting two ... finished sixth on the team in scoring, with six points ... had a pair of goals and two assists ... goals came in BG’s wins over IPFW (Aug. 31) and Detroit (Sept. 21) ... had assists against ninth-ranked Michigan (Aug. 26) and Cleveland State (Sept. 3) ... had a three-game point-scoring streak to begin the season, with four points in those three matches to equal his total for all of 2010 ... the assist vs. U-M came when he slid a pass to Ryan Snashall for the clinching goal with just two-and-a-half minutes left ... slammed home a rebound vs. IPFW, giving the Falcons a 2-0 lead with 33 minutes gone ... led the team in points per minute, playing a total of 385 minutes on the year ... played a season-high 82 minutes in the final game of the fall, at Western Michigan (Nov. 5) ... started both the Hartwick (Oct. 22) and WMU contests.

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2010 Played in 16 matches on the year, making three starts ... had four points on a pair of goals, tying for third on the team in both categories ... goals both came on the road, against Michigan (Oct. 27) and Florida Atlantic (Nov. 6) ... the goal at FAU proved to be the gamewinning goal, coming midway through the second half and helping BGSU to a 2-1 victory that clinched a berth in the MAC Tournament ... played a season-high 88 minutes against Davidson (Sept. 5) ... saw 77 minutes of action against top-ranked Akron (Sept. 11) ... had a total of five shot attempts, including three on goal, vs. the Zips ... starts came in back-toback-to-back games vs. UA, Detroit (Sept. 15) and Valparaiso (Sept. 19) ... wore uniform number 18 as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Northern Lebanon H.S. (‘10) ... an All-Pennsylvania and NSCAA/adidas All-Region selection as a senior ... a four-year starter, he had 11 goals and six assists as a junior, and exploded for a school-record 38 goals during his senior season ...

RYAN COMISKEY - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 16-3 14-2 19-3 49-8

G 2 2 2 6

A 0 2 1 3

Pts Shots Shot% 4 15 .133 6 11 .182 5 19 .105 15 45 .133

SOG 9 3 10 22

SOG% .600 .273 .526 .489

GW 1 0 0 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, 6 times Goals: 1, 6 times Assists: 1, Michigan -- Aug 26, 2011 ; Wright St -- Oct 30, 2012 ; Cleveland St -Sep 03, 2011 Shots: 5, Akron -- Sep 11, 2010

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THE FALCON RETURNEES finished his career with 56 goals and 13 assists for the Vikings, and was named the Lancaster-Lebanon League Player of the Year in 2009 ... twotime team captain ... was on Superior Honor Roll during entire high-school career. PERSONAL Ryan Michael Comiskey was born on May 27, 1992, in Hershey, Pa. ... early childhood education major at BGSU, with a cumulative GPA of 3.696 through the Spring 2013 semester ... a member of BGSU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), he was that organization’s Vice President/Academics in 2012-13 ... son of Bernie and Sharon Comiskey ... the second of three children ... has two sisters ... played club ball for the PA Classics, coached by BGSU great Steve Klein ... spent three years on the USSF Developmental Academy Team ... had two years of Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience at the state level prior to Academy.

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JOEY D’AGOSTINO MIDFIELDER • 5-10 • 5/SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ LIVONIA, MICH. (STEVENSON) 2013 TRI-CAPTAIN

2013 A team tri-captain for the second consecutive season.

2012 A 2012 team tri-captain ... played in just two matches ... started each of the first two games of the year before missing the rest of the season due to injury ... played 76 minutes of the Saint Bonaventure match (Aug. 25), and was on the pitch for 74 minutes against Michigan State (Aug. 29). 2011 Saw action in 17 of BG’s 18 games, starting six ... did not record a point on the season ... started four consecutive games, including three MAC matches, in mid-October ... those starts came vs. Buffalo (Oct. 9), Michigan State (Oct. 19), Hartwick (Oct. 22) and #7 Akron (Oct. 26) ... also made starts at Pittsburgh (Sept. 11) and Detroit (Sept. 21) ... played a total of 836 minutes ... was on the pitch for all 110 minutes vs. HC, and played all 90 minutes at UB ... in that Hartwick match, hit the crossbar with a free kick in the first half.

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2010 Played in all 18 matches, making 15 starts ... tied for third on the team in both goals and points ... had four points on the year, with goals on the road vs. IPFW (Oct. 6) and Florida Atlantic (Nov. 6) ... the Falcons won both matches by 2-1 scores, with the latter victory clinching a berth in the MAC Tournament ... goal at IPFW came midway through the first half, as his shot from approx. 22 yards out found the upper-right corner of the net ... in the FAU match, headed home a corner kick with just 3:10 elapsed in the opening half ... started each of the first four matches of the season ... came off the bench for the next three contests, then returned to the starting lineup for each of the last 11 matches ... starts included all six MAC regular-season games and the conference tournament match ... played a total of 1142 minutes on the year, ranking eighth on the team. 2009 Played in 17 of BGSU’s 18 matches, making eight starts ... started seven consecutive matches from Sept. 11 to Oct. 3, including a pair of MAC matches vs. Akron and Western Michigan ... lone point of the year came on an assist at Kentucky in his second collegiate game ... played all 110 minutes in double-overtime matches vs. Duquesne and IPFW ... played all 90 minutes vs. Richmond and Akron. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Stevenson H.S. in Livonia, Mich. PERSONAL A sport management major at BGSU ... played club ball for Derby County Wolves.

JOEY D’AGOSTINO - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2009................ 2010................ 2011................ 2012 (redshirted)... TOTAL...............

GP-GS 17-8 18-15 17-6 2-2 54-31

G 0 2 0 0 2

A 1 0 0 0 1

Pts Shots Shot% 1 10 .000 4 17 .118 0 7 .000 0 2 .000 5 36 .056

SOG 5 9 2 0 16

SOG% .500 .529 .286 .000 .444

GW 0 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, at Florida Atlantic -- Nov 06, 2010 ; at IPFW -- Oct 06, 2010 Goals: 1, at Florida Atlantic -- Nov 06, 2010 ; at IPFW -- Oct 06, 2010 Assists: 1, at Kentucky -- Sep 06, 2009 Shots: 2, 8 times

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JAKE GENRICH DEFENDER • 6-2 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ PLYMOUTH, MICH. (SALEM) 2012 One of just four Falcons to start all 20 matches ... played at a center-back position ... played a total of 1822 minutes to rank second among field players ... helped the BG defense post a total of seven shutouts on the year ... was on the pitch for every minute of the match on 15 occasions ... played the full match in six of BG’s shutout wins. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year starter at a center-back position at Salem H.S. (‘12) under coach Ed McCarthy ... a first-team all-state selection as a senior ... also earned MHSAA all-district and all-region honors that year, garnering all-district accolades for the second-straight season ... helped the Rocks to district and regional championships as a sophomore, as Salem advanced to the state semifinals ... captained the team as a senior ... also played basketball ... made the Honor Roll in all four years.

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PERSONAL Jake Thomas Genrich was born on Oct. 21, 1994, in Plymouth, Mich. ... son of Michael and Mary Genrich ... the youngest of four children ... has a brother and two sisters ... business administration major at BGSU, with a GPA of 3.607 through the Spring 2013 semster ... has played club ball with the Michigan Wolves and CSA Wolves Academy, and was a multiple-year captain ... played in the U15 US Youth National League ... also has Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience, participating on the State Team in three-straight seasons.

JAKE GENRICH - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 20-20 20-20

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 0 6 .000 0 6 .000

SOG 2 2

SOG% .333 .333

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 1, 6 times

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ANTHONY GRANT FORWARD • 5-8 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √ KINGSTON, JAMAICA (JAMAICA COLLEGE) (MCKENDREE UNIV.)

2012 Named to the All-MAC First Team, and was a co-recipient of the MAC’s Newcomer-of-theYear award ... also was accorded all-league first-team honors by College Sports Madness ... was named to the All-Ohio Second Team by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA) ... played in all 20 matches, starting 18 ... led the Falcons with eight goals and 20 points, and tied for second on the team with four assists ... led the entire MAC with five game-winning goals, the highest total by a BG player since 1997 ... had assists on two other GWGs on the year, meaning that he was involved in the scoring of seven of BGSU’s eight winners ... in conference play, started all seven matches and had team-high totals of four goals and nine points ... had the GWG in each of BGSU’s three MAC wins ... had an assist on the Falcons’ first goal of the season, Danny Baraldi’s game-winning marker vs. Saint Bonaventure (Aug. 25) ... made it two assists in as many matches to start his BG career, with a helper on Zach Lemke’s goal vs. Michigan State (Aug. 29) ... his first goal as a Falcon, scored in the 15th minute, proved to be the game winner in a 1-0 triumph at Cleveland State (Sept. 14) ... scored the first goal of the match in BG’s double-OT victory over Milwaukee (Sept. 25) ... recorded the game winner vs. Western Michigan, scoring with just over 14 minutes remaining in a 2-1 home win (Oct. 5) ... for his efforts in that match, was named the MAC’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week on Oct. 10 ... had his first two-goal game as a Falcon against Buffalo (Oct. 13), scoring the first two goals of the match in that 3-0 victory ... had a whopping eight shots, including seven on goal, vs. the Bulls ... had a goal at IPFW (Oct. 16) ... scored the GWG with under two minutes gone in the second half as BGSU won at Michigan (Oct. 23) ... had yet another winner three nights later, with a three-point game at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 26) ... scored the first goal of the match in the 13th minute, then assisted on Baraldi’s goal midway through the first half in a 2-0 BG win ... after totalling five points in the U-M and FAU matches, was named the MAC Player of the Week on Oct. 30 ... that evening (Oct. 30), had the primary assist on a Ryan James goal in overtime, giving the Brown and Orange a 3-2 win over Wright State.

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SUMMER 2012 Played for the Michigan Bucks of the Premier Development League during the summer of 2012, and played a key role as the Bucks advanced to the fourth round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup ... the team’s run included a pair of wins over professional teams, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds (4-1) and the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer (3-2 in overtime) ... scored the Bucks’ goal in a 2-1 loss in overtime against the Dayton Dutch Lions in the fourth round ... earned honorable mention on the PDL’s Team of the Week on June 7 ... in the league, the Bucks were crowned regular-season champions with a 13-1-2 record (41 points), the best of all 73 teams in the eight-division league ... led the team in goals, with seven, and was second on the Bucks in points (17).

ANTHONY GRANT - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 20-18 20-18

G 8 8

A 4 4

Pts Shots Shot% 20 47 .170 20 47 .170

SOG 22 22

SOG% .468 .468

GW 5 5

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 4, Buffalo -- Oct 13, 2012 Goals: 2, Buffalo -- Oct 13, 2012 Assists: 1, 4 times Shots: 8, Buffalo -- Oct 13, 2012

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THE FALCON RETURNEES AT BGSU Enrolled at BGSU in January of 2012, and participated in spring practices with the Falcons. PRIOR TO BGSU Attended McKendree University in Lebanon, Ill., during the fall of 2011 ... set school records for goals and points in a season ... his 53 points included a total of 23 goals ... amassed those totals in 18 games ... the Bearcats set a school record for wins, going 17-1-0 on the year ... recorded three hat tricks, and had five other games with two goals ... was held without a goal just six times, and was held without a point only twice all season ... had five game-winning goals on the season ... his season total of seven assists included a pair of two-assist matches. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Jamaica College (‘09), playing for coach Alfred Henry ... scored a team-high 17 goals there, helping lead the team to the Manning Cup and the Oliver Shields Charity Cup titles in 2007 ... attended Jamaica College from 2007-09 after attending Calabar High from 2001-07. PERSONAL Anthony Grant was born on Aug. 4, 1989, in Kingston, Jamaica ... son of Anthony Grant and Donette Shepherd ... a geography major at BGSU, with a cumulative GPA of 3.590 through the Spring 2013 semester ... played club soccer at the Univ. of the West Indies near Kingston, Jamaica ... in the summer of 2012, as mentioned above, played for the Michigan Bucks ... was a Jamaica National U-23 Team invitee for the Olympic qualifying matches for London 2012.

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MATT GRIESINGER DEFENDER • 5-9 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ STRONGSVILLE, OHIO (STRONGSVILLE) 2012 Earned honorable mention on the Academic All-MAC Team ... played in 13 matches, starting five, at an outside defender spot ... saw action in four MAC matches, with a pair of starts ... was in the starting lineup for the Saint Bonaventure (Aug. 25), Akron (Sept. 22), Milwaukee (Sept. 25), Buffalo (Oct. 13) and IPFW (Oct. 16) contests ... played a seasonhigh 72 minutes vs. SBU, and was on the field for 70 minutes at IPFW ... played 66 minutes of BG’s shutout win vs. UB ... the Falcon defense posted shutouts in six of the 13 matches in which he saw action, compared with just one of the seven contests in which he did not play. 2011 Played in six matches, making five starts ... had one assist on the year ... came off the bench to play 67 minutes in the season-opening 2-0 win over #9 Michigan (Aug. 26), then started the next two matches, vs IPFW (Aug. 31) and Cleveland State (Sept. 3) ... played all 90 minutes of the latter game ... also started the Belmont (Sept. 16), Lipscomb (Sept. 18) and Wright State (Nov. 1) games ... assist came vs. IPFW, as Zach Lemke nodded home his right-side diagonal ball late in the first half ... played 94 of the 110 minutes at LU, and played all 90 minutes at WSU ... was on the pitch for a total of 455 minutes on the year.

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2010 Played in 16 matches, starting 12 ... played a total of 1186 minutes on the year, ranking sixth on the team ... made his first collegiate start at Valparaiso (Sept. 19), beginning a stretch in which he started 10 consecutive contests ... played the entirety of eight matches, including the MAC Tournament semifinal vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 12). HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Strongsville H.S. (‘10) ... a 2009 NSCAA Scholastic AllAmerican ... helped the Mustangs to four conference titles in as many years ... holds the school’s career record for most games played (79) ... an All-Northeast Ohio Conference selection in 2009 ... helped SHS to a four-year record of 57-10-14 overall and 19-0-3 in the league ... had 10 career goals and 11 assists, including a five-goal, eight-assist campaign as a junior ... Mustangs won four sectional championships, two district titles and a pair of regional crowns during his four years ... National Honor Society ... editor of his high-school newspaper. PERSONAL Matthew Brian Griesinger was born on Nov. 13, 1991, in Parma, Ohio ... adolescent/young adult/secondary education major ... has a perfect 4.00 cumulative GPA through the Spring 2013 semester at BGSU ... son of Brian and Rosa Griesinger ... has a younger sister ... father played basketball at St. Mary’s College ... played two years of club ball for the Crew Soccer Academy, after a lengthy tenure with Cleveland United Soccer Club ... has ODP experience at the state level as well.

MATT GRIESINGER - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 16-12 6-5 13-5 35-22

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 1

Pts Shots Shot% 0 1 .000 1 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 .000

SOG SOG% 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 1 1.000

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, IPFW -- Aug 31, 2011 Assists: 1, IPFW -- Aug 31, 2011 Shots: 1, at Michigan -- Oct 27, 2010

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RYAN JAMES MIDFIELDER • 5-9 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA (LOYOLA CATHOLIC SECONDARY)

2012 Was listed as an all-conference second-team selection by the College Sports Madness web site ... played in all 20 matches, starting 13 ... made four starts in conference play ... finished third on the team in both goals and points ... scored 10 total points, with four goals and a pair of assists ... had two of BGSU’s four four-point games on the year ... exploded for four points in the Falcons’ 3-3 tie on the road against nationally-ranked Coastal Carolina (Sept. 9) ... was involved in the scoring of all three goals, with assists on a pair of Danny Baraldi markers and a goal of his own in the 70th minute ... for his efforts, was named to the AllTournament Team at the CCU Invitational ... scored the Falcons’ second goal in a 2-0 win at Michigan (Oct. 23), heading home a far-post cross ... had two goals, including the overtime winner, as BGSU downed Wright State, 3-2, at Cochrane Field (Oct. 30) ... tied the match at 1-1 in the 72nd minute, then scored a ‘Golden Goal’ at the 91:31 mark ... played a seasonhigh 105 minutes at CCU, and saw 100 minutes of action vs. Northern Illinois (Oct. 20).

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HIGH SCHOOL A four-year member of the varsity at Loyola Catholic Secondary School (‘12) ... was named the team MVP, and also was chosen his school’s Athlete of the Year ... the Warriors won a regional title in 2011 ... twice led the team in scoring ... team captain ... three-year member of the Honour Roll. PERSONAL Ryan Lee James was born on April 21, 1994 ... son of Lee and Catherine James ... the youngest of three children ... has a brother and a sister ... majoring in exercise science at BGSU ... has a cumulative GPA of 3.586 through the Spring 2013 semester ... played club ball with Dixie Lions Athletics, and helped the team to a number-one ranking in Ontario in 2011 ... the Lions won the OYSL League championship, going undefeated in league play, in ‘11 ... also was a member of Team Ontario at both the U14 and U16 levels, winning a silver medal at both national tournaments, and was a member of the Canadian National Player Pool ... brother, Evan, played collegiate men’s soccer at Charlotte, and was the first overall pick of the 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft, going to the Montreal Impact.

RYAN JAMES - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 20-13 20-13

G 4 4

A 2 2

Pts Shots Shot% 10 21 .190 10 21 .190

SOG 8 8

SOG% .381 .381

GW 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 4, Wright State -- Oct 30, 2012 ; at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012 Goals: 2, Wright State -- Oct 30, 2012 Assists: 2, at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012 Shots: 4, at IPFW -- Oct 16, 2012

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JON KUMHER DEFENDER • 5-11 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ LANCASTER, PA. (CONESTOGA VALLEY) 2012 Saw action in 14 matches, starting 10 ... after just four matches, had topped his minutesplayed total for all of the 2011 season ... played a total of 304 minutes in those first four games, and saw a total of 704 minutes of work on the year ... was on the pitch for all 90 minutes of each of BG’s first two contests, including a shutout win over Saint Bonaventure (Aug. 25) as well as the Michigan State match (Aug. 29) ... played 75 minutes in BG’s double-overtime draw at nationally-ranked Coastal Carolina (Sept. 9). 2011 Played in nine matches, making four starts ... played a total of 302 minutes on the season ... made his collegiate debut in the IPFW match (Aug. 31), playing 21 minutes ... first collegiate start came at Belmont (Sept. 16) ... also started the last three matches of the season, vs. Northern Illinois (Oct. 29), Wright State (Nov. 1) and Western Michigan (Nov. 5) ... did not play more than 30 minutes in any of his first six appearances, but played 48 minutes vs. NIU, 60 vs. WSU and a season-high 82 at WMU.

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HIGH SCHOOL Named to the all-state team as a senior at Conestoga Valley H.S. ... also earned regional AllAmerica status in his final season, after helping the team to sectional championships three times in his career ... a two-time first-team all-star. PERSONAL Jonathan Daniel Kumher was born on Jan. 2, 1993 ... a business administration major at BGSU ... the son of Kevin and Cheryl Kumher ... is the second of four children ... has three sisters ... played club ball for PA Classic, and also has Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience ... played for the Philadelphia Union team in the SUM Cup in the summer of 2010.

JON KUMHER - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 9-4 14-10 23-14

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000

SOG 0 0 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 1, Florida Atlantic -- Oct 02, 2011

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NICK LANDSBERGER GOALKEEPER • 6-2 • SO./FR. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILL. (BUFFALO GROVE) 2012 Did not see match action during the regular season ... played 30 minutes in the Falcons’ scrimmage at Oakland, making a save on the only shot on goal he faced ... wore uniform #33 in the 2012 season. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Buffalo Grove H.S. (‘12) under coaches Rick Carlson and Dan Caldera ... earned IHSA All-Area Special Mention after helping the Bison to a regional championship in 2011 ... a multi-year All-Mid-Suburban Soccer League selection ... captained the team as a senior ... was named one of Top Drawer Soccer’s ‘Top 20 Players to Watch’ in the Midwest region in 2010 ... named to the Senior (honor) Roll in each of his four years at the school. PERSONAL Nicholas Landsberger was born on April 28, 1994, in Arlington Hts., Ill. ... son of Al Landsberger and Diana Chrissis ... has a younger sister ... a visual communication technology (VCT) major at BGSU, with a cumulative GPA of 3.444 through the Spring 2013 semester ... played club ball for Sockers FC Chicago, and was a U.S. Developmental Academy player from 2009-12.

NICK LANDSBERGER - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................

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VLAD LEKAREV DEFENDER • 5-11 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √ STRONGSVILLE, OHIO (STRONGSVILLE) (BUTLER UNIV.)

2012 Played in 16 matches, making a pair of starts ... had one assist on the year ... his first start at BGSU came in the Marshall match (Sept. 1) ... first collegiate point came the following weekend, as he assisted on a Ryan James goal in BG’s 3-3 tie on the road vs. nationallyranked Coastal Carolina (Sept. 9) ... started the Cleveland State match (Sept. 14), playing a season-high 46 minutes ... saw 43 minutes of action vs. both MU and Wofford (Sept. 7). AT BGSU Attended BGSU during the Spring 2012 semester and participated in spring practices with the Falcons. PRIOR TO BGSU Attended Butler University during the fall of 2011 before transferring to BGSU ... played in nine games for the Bulldogs, starting six ... saw action in the first six matches of the season, including wins over Michigan and Western Illinois ... also played in three of the last four contests of the year ... BU went 7-8-3 on the year.

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HIGH SCHOOL A two-time all-state selection at Strongsville H.S. (‘11) ... earned a pair of letters for coach Tobey Cook ... was the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division Player of the Year ... selected to the NSCAA All-Midwest Team ... named to the Cleveland Plain Dealer 2010 All-Star Boys Soccer Team and the Post All-Star Team .. helped the Mustangs to a regional championship and a state semifinal berth in 2010, his senior season ... the team’s leading scorer and MVP that year, with 17 goals and five assists ... tied for seventh on the school career list with 32 total goals scored ... captained the team as a senior. PERSONAL Vladislav Lekarev was born on May 29, 1993, in Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine ... son of Sergey Lekarev and Irina Lekareva ... the second of three sons ... a visual communication technology (VCT) major at BGSU, with a 3.136 cumulative GPA through the Spring 2013 semester ... played club ball for the Internationals ... has Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience, having been a part of the Region II championship team ... also was a member of the U18 National Team Pool ... has trained with several European teams, including Dynamo Kiev FC (Ukraine) and Vllaznia FC (Albania).

VLAD LEKAREV - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2011 *.............. 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 9-6 16-2 25-8

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 .000 1 7 .000 1 7 .000

SOG 0 1 1

SOG% .000 .143 .143

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012 Assists: 1, at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012 Shots: 2, at Wofford -- Sep 07, 2012 ; vs Wofford -- Sep 07, 2012 * at Butler

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ZACH SCHEWEE DEFENDER • 5-9 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ ROCHESTER, MICH. (STONEY CREEK) 2012 Was named to the MAC’s All-Tournament Team ... played in 19 matches, making 16 starts at an outside-back position ... missed the first match of the year, then saw action in each of the last 19 games ... had three points on a goal and an assist ... had an assist on Anthony Grant’s game-winning goal at Michigan (Oct. 23), starting the play with a diagonal ball into the penalty area ... scored BG’s second goal in a 3-2 win over Wright State (Oct. 30), coming up with a steal deep in the WSU end and scoring an unassisted marker ... played a total of 1613 minutes on the season ... was on the pitch for all 110 minutes of each of BGSU’s three draws, and played 90 or more minutes on nine other occasions ... played every second of each of the final six matches of the year ... was in the starting lineup for five of BG’s seven shutouts, coming off of the bench in one of the other two ... fired a total of 21 shots, including three on three different occasions. 2011 One of three Falcons to start all 18 games on the season ... played a team-high 1653 minutes at the left defender spot ... had one assist on the year, coming on Ryan Snashall’s goal in the season-opening win over then-#9 Michigan (Aug. 26) ... started that play by playing a through ball to Ryan Comiskey, who slid a pass to Snashall for the clinching goal vs. the Wolverines ... after playing 87 of the 90 minutes vs. U-M and 78 vs. IPFW (Aug. 31), played every second of every match until the final contest of the season, at Western Michigan (Nov. 5) ... had eight total shots, with two on goal.

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2010 One of five Falcons to start every game ... played all 18 matches at an outside back spot ... his total of 1621 minutes played ranked fourth on the team ... had two points on the season ... scored BGSU’s first goal of the year, in the Davidson match of Sept. 5 ... in his first weekend of collegiate play, was named to the all-tournament team at the Davidson adidas Classic ... played every minute of every match, with the exception of the Lipscomb (Sept. 26) and Butler (Oct. 13) contests ... had 12 total shot attempts on the season. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Stoney Creek H.S. ... earned All-Michigan Third-Team honors as a senior ... scored 11 goals and added 10 assists as the Cougars went 14-4-4 and lost in a shootout in the division playoffs ... team co-captain as a senior ... three-year scholar-athlete. PERSONAL Zachary James Schewee was born on July 23, 1992, in Pontiac, Mich. ... supply chain management major at BGSU ... son of James and Sue Schewee ... an only child ... played club ball for Vardar Academy ... a three-year Academy player, playing up in his first year.

ZACH SCHEWEE - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 18-18 18-18 19-16 55-52

G 1 0 1 2

A 0 1 1 2

Pts Shots Shot% 2 12 .083 1 8 .000 3 21 .048 6 41 .049

SOG 4 2 6 12

SOG% .333 .250 .286 .293

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, Wright State -- Oct 30, 2012 ; at Davidson -- Sep 05, 2010 Goals: 1, Wright State -- Oct 30, 2012 ; at Davidson -- Sep 05, 2010 Assists: 1, Michigan -- Aug 26, 2011 ; at Michigan -- Oct 23, 2012 Shots: 3, Wright St -- Oct 30, ‘12 ; Marshall -- Sep 01, ‘12 ; Milw -- Sep 25, ‘12

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DANNY SHEA DEFENDER • 6-0 • SO./FR. NAPERVILLE, ILL. (METEA VALLEY) 2012 Did not see match action. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Metea Valley H.S. (‘12), earning two letters for coach Josh Robinson ... a firstteam all-area selection for the Mustangs ... also was named to the All-Upstate 8 Conference team and earned IHSSCA All-Sectional accolades ... captained the Mustangs as a senior and was named team MVP ... attended Waubonsie Valley H.S. as a freshman. PERSONAL Daniel Edward Shea was born on Aug. 26, 1994, in Naperville, Ill. ... son of Phil and Linda Shea ... has an older brother ... a sport management major at BGSU ... played club ball with the Galaxy Soccer Club for coach Brett Strang (a BGSU men’s soccer alum).

DANNY SHEA - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................

GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% Did not see match action

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JACOB SHELT MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER • 5-10 • SO./FR. LAKEWOOD, OHIO (LAKEWOOD) 2012 Did not see match action. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Lakewood H.S. (‘12) for coach Andrew Toth ... was a starter in all four seasons for the Rangers ... earned All-Northeast Ohio Conference honors and also picked up All-Greater Cleveland accolades on multiple occasions ... earned Scholar-Athlete award in both 2010 and ‘11. PERSONAL Jacob Wayne Shelt was born on Sept. 8, 1994, in Lakewood, Ohio ... son of Derek and Wendy Shelt ... the oldest of two children ... has a sister ... currently undecided upon a major, but plans to pursue a business-related major, at BGSU ... has played club ball for Internationals as well as Ohio Premier.

JACOB SHELT - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2012................

GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% Did not see match action

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SEAN SIKICH DEFENDER • 6-1 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO (CARDINAL MOONEY) 2012 One of just four Falcons to start all 20 matches ... played every match at a center-back spot, helping the Brown and Orange to seven shutouts ... nearly quintupled his minutes-played total from the 2011 season ... was on the pitch for all 1874:16 on the season, leading all field players and tying with goalkeeper Michael Wiest for team honors ... had one assist on the year ... after just four matches, had equalled his minutes-played total for all of the 2011 season ... his first collegiate point came on a ‘Golden Goal’, as his long ball down the sideline began a sequence which led to a Ryan James goal in overtime vs. Wright State (Oct. 30). 2011 Played in four matches, starting them all ... played a total of 380 minutes on the season ... after playing a total of seven minutes in his first year and two-thirds, moved into the starting lineup after an injury to Tanner Fink ... made his 2011 debut, and his first collegiate start, in the Hartwick match (Oct. 22), and played all 110 minutes at a center-back position ... also started and played all 90 minutes in MAC matches vs. Akron (Oct. 26), Northern Illinois (Oct. 29) and Western Michigan (Nov. 5).

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2010 Played in one match ... saw action off the bench in the regular-season contest vs. Western Michigan (Oct. 1). HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Cardinal Mooney H.S. (‘10) ... earned All-Ohio Second-Team honors as a senior ... helped the Cardinals to district championships in every season ... was named to the All-Mahoning County First Team in each of his last two years ... was an all-conference second-team pick as a freshman and junior ... missed three-fourths of his sophomore campaign due to injury ... team competed as an independent in his senior season ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Sean Christopher Sikich was born on April 29, 1992, in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... a computer science major at BGSU ... has a cumulative GPA of 3.045 through the Spring 2013 semester ... son of Frank and Shelly Sikich ... the youngest of three children ... has a brother and a sister ... father played soccer at Youngstown State Univ., while mother competed on the track team at the College of Wooster ... has played club ball for several teams, including the Cleveland Whitecaps, CASA, PSA and Internationals ... has Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience, having been a Region II Pool selection and an Ohio North State-Team participant in 2006-07.

SEAN SIKICH - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 1-0 4-4 20-20 25-24

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 1 1

Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 .000 1 0 .000

SOG 0 0 0 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000 .000

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, Wright State -- Oct 30, 2012 Assists: 1, Wright State -- Oct 30, 2012

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BRANDON SILVA MIDFIELDER • 5-10 • 5/SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ COLUMBUS, OHIO (WORTHINGTON KILBOURNE) (UNIV. OF AKRON) 2013 TRI-CAPTAIN 2013 A team tri-captain for the third-straight year. 2012 A team tri-captain for the second consecutive season ... was named BGSU’s Junior ScholarAthlete of the Year at the Athletics Honors Night ceremony in April of 2013 ... the award is given to just one male and one female at the University each year ... earned honorable mention on the Academic All-MAC Team ... one of four Falcons to start all 20 matches ... played a total of 1866 of the season’s 1874-plus minutes ... had three points on a goal and an assist ... converted a penalty kick in the season opener, BG’s 3-0 win vs. Saint Bonaventure at Cochrane Field (Aug. 25) ... assisted on Anthony Grant’s winning goal in another 3-0 victory at Cochrane, against Buffalo (Oct. 13) ... was on the bench for roughly nine minutes of the Wofford match (Sept. 7), and played every second of each of the other 19 matches ... helped BGSU post seven shutouts on the year ... his 11 total shot attempts included four on goal.

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2011 A team tri-captain ... named to the Academic All-MAC Team ... also selected to the Academic All-Ohio Team by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA) ... played in 17 matches on the season, starting them all ... played a total of 1,483 minutes ... tied for fourth on the team with seven points ... had three goals and an assist ... scored his first collegiate goal against Cleveland State (Sept. 3) ... that goal came in the 69th minute, and he hit the post with another shot later in the match ... also scored goals at Belmont (Sept. 16) and Detroit (Sept. 21), with both coming on penalty kicks ... picked up an assist on Colin Armstrong’s goal at Lipscomb (Sept. 18) ... played every minute of 14 matches, including the first three and the last nine of the season ... the lone match he missed was due to injury ... was injured in the second minute of the Duquesne match (Sept. 9), and missed the remainder of that game as well as the Pittsburgh contest (Sept. 11) ... played 79 minutes in wins over UDM and IUPUI (Sept. 30), and played every second of every other match ... for all intents and purposes, had a four-game point-scoring streak in September ... after scoring vs. CSU, suffered that injury just 1:45 into the DU contest ... returned to action vs. Belmont and scored another goal, then had the assist in the Lipscomb game and the PK goal at UDM ... had 18 shot attempts, including eight shots on goal, on the year. 2010 One of five Falcons to start all 18 matches ... played 1660 of a possible 1688 minutes, ranking third on the team ... had one assist on the year ... his first collegiate point came on Ryan Comiskey’s second-half goal at Michigan (Oct. 27) ... after playing 98 minutes in the season opener at Appalachian State (Sept. 3), played every second of the next nine matches

BRANDON SILVA - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2009................ 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% Attended Akron - Did not see match action 18-18 0 1 1 19 .000 5 .263 17-17 3 1 7 18 .167 8 .444 20-20 1 1 3 11 .091 4 .364 55-55 4 3 11 48 .083 17 .354

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 2-3 1-1 3-4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, 4 times Goals: 1, 4 times Assists: 1, UB -- Oct 13, ‘12 ; at U-M -- Oct 27, ‘10 ; at Lipscomb -- Sep 18, ‘11 Shots: 4, Cleveland State -- Sep 03, 2011

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THE FALCON RETURNEES ... in his first weekend of collegiate action, was named to the all-tournament team at the Davidson adidas Classic ... saw 74 minutes of action at Butler (Oct. 13), with that match marking the only time all year that he spent any time on the bench ... then played the entirety of each of the final seven contests ... had 19 shot attempts on the year ... enrolled at BGSU in time for the spring 2010 semester, and participated in spring practices with the team. 2009 AT AKRON Did not see match action for the Zips. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year varsity starter at Worthington Kilbourne H.S. ... was a team captain and helped the team to a pair of trips to the regional finals ... earned team MVP and all-district first-team honors as a senior in 2008, scoring four goals and adding three assists ... had 13 career goals, including five game winners, along with seven assists ... four-year academic honor student ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Son of Napoleon and Kathleen Silva ... has a younger brother ... a psychology major with a perfect 4.00 grade point average through the Spring 2013 semester ... member of the Academy National Finals U-18 Columbus Crew Academy team.

Brandon Silva was named BGSU’s Junior Scholar-Athlete of the Year at the Athletics Honors Night Ceremony in April of 2013.

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RYAN SNASHALL MIDFIELDER • 5-8 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ DUBLIN, OHIO (COFFMAN) 2012 Played in 14 matches, starting 13 ... had four points to place sixth on the team ... his total of four assists on the year tied him for second on the Falcons ... also deadlocked for second in that category in MAC matches, with two assists ... after missing the first six matches of the season due to injury, checked into the Detroit contest (Sept. 18) with approximately 25 minutes gone, and played the rest of the game ... then, was in the starting lineup for each of the remaining 13 matches of the year ... assisted on Anthony Grant’s first-half goal in the Falcons’ double-overtime win over Milwaukee (Sept. 25) ... assisted on two goals, including Grant’s GWG, in BGSU’s 3-0 victory over Buffalo (Oct. 13) ... had the primary assist on a Ryan James goal in the Falcons’ 2-0 win at Michigan (Oct. 23) ... played a season-high 104 minutes in the Falcons’ double-OT draw at Northern Illinois (Oct. 20) ... played all 90 minutes against IPFW (Oct. 16), U-M and West Virginia (Nov. 3), and saw at least 85 minutes of action in three other contests ... played a total of 1098 minutes on the year. 2011 Saw action in 15 matches, making 14 starts ... had four points on the year, on a goal and two assists ... his goal was the clincher in a 2-0 victory over then-#9 Michigan in the season opener at Cochrane Field (Aug. 26) ... that goal came with two-and-a-half minutes remaining in the match ... had a pair of assists vs. IPFW (Aug. 31), with helpers on goals by Ryan Comiskey and Zach Lemke ... it marked his first career two-assist game ... played a total of 1,104 minutes on the season ... missed three matches in mid-September due to injury ... played a season-high 100 minutes against Duquesne (Sept. 9) ... played all 93 minutes at Ohio State (Oct. 5), and was on the field for all 90 minutes against Cleveland State (Sept. 3), Florida Atlantic (Oct. 2) and Western Michigan (Nov. 5) ... hit the crossbar with a header try in overtime of the Hartwick match (Oct. 22).

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2010 Played in 17 of BGSU’s 18 matches, making two starts ... had one point on the season ... picked up an assist on a nifty through-ball that led to Max Weston’s goal vs. Wright State (Sept. 22) ... drew his first collegiate start in the Falcons’ home opener, against number-one Akron (Sept. 11) ... also started the Detroit contest (Sept. 15) ... played a season-high 75 minutes at Northern Illinois (Oct. 30), and played 74 minutes in the Davidson match (Sept. 5) and 66 vs. UA ... wore uniform number 20 as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Dublin Coffman H.S. (‘10) ... an All-Ohio Second-Team selection as a senior ... after earning all-conference (OCC Central) honorable mention as a junior, was a first-team choice as a senior in 2009, and also made the all-district first team ... a team captain as a senior ... helped the Shamrocks to district championships in both 2007 and ’08 and a runner-up finish in ’09 ... scored eight goals in each of his three seasons, adding 10 assists as a senior. PERSONAL Ryan Patrick Snashall was born on Feb. 10, 1992, in Columbus, Ohio ... individualized business major at BGSU ... son of Bob and Dori Snashall ... has an older sister ... has played club ball with Ambassador SC, Team Ohio FC and Crew Soccer Academy.

RYAN SNASHALL - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 17-2 15-14 14-13 46-29

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 2 4 7

Pts Shots Shot% 1 3 .000 4 18 .056 4 6 .000 9 27 .037

SOG 0 11 3 14

SOG% .000 .611 .500 .519

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, U-M -- Aug 26, 2011 ; IPFW -- Aug 31, 2011 ; Buffalo -- Oct 13, 2012 Goals: 1, Michigan -- Aug 26, 2011 Assists: 2, IPFW -- Aug 31, 2011 ; Buffalo -- Oct 13, 2012 Shots: 3, U-M -- Aug 26, 2011 ; IPFW -- Aug 31, 2011 ; at Ohio St -- Oct 05, 2011

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MICHAEL WIEST GOALKEEPER • 6-2 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ NAPERVILLE, ILL. (NORTH) 2013 TRI-CAPTAIN

2013 A team tri-captain.

2012 Was named to the MAC’s All-Tournament Team ... earned honorable mention on the Academic All-MAC Team ... and, was accorded all-conference second-team honors by the College Sports Madness web site ... one of four Falcons to start all 20 matches on the year ... played every second of every match, logging 1,874:16 between the posts, and had an even 100 saves, a goals-against average of 1.10, a saves percentage of .813 and seven completematch shutouts ... in MAC play, his GAA was just 0.83, and his saves pct. was .854, with 35 saves and six goals allowed in MAC action ... his overall saves total (100) was the highest by a BGSU goalkeeper since 2003, and his seven shutouts were the most of any Falcon ‘keeper since the ‘01 season ... he ranked eighth in the nation in total saves, and was 25th in the country in saves per game (5.0), 33rd in saves pct. and 80th in NCAA Division I in GAA ... had a career-long shutout streak of 327:48, as he posted three-straight clean sheets and did not give up a goal between Oct. 16-30 ... made seven saves in the season opener, a shutout win over Saint Bonaventure at Cochrane Field (Aug. 25) ... was named the MAC Player of the Week on Aug. 28, for his performance in that SBU contest ... the next weekend, made four stops while keeping Marshall off the scoreboard for 110 minutes in a double-overtime scoreless draw (Sept. 1) ... had five saves in a shutout win at Cleveland State (Sept. 14) ... made eight stops in the Falcons’ regular-season match vs. Akron, ranked No. 7/10 in the nation at the time (Sept. 22) ... made four saves, all in the second half, in a complete-game shutout win over Buffalo (Oct. 13) ... had eight saves in another MAC shutout, BG’s doubleOT nil-nil draw at Northern Illinois (Oct. 20) ... his five saves at Michigan (Oct. 23) included a diving stop of a penalty kick with under four minutes to go, as he posted a shutout vs. the Wolverines for the second-straight season ... three nights later, had his third consecutive shutout, with five more saves in a win at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 26) ... all of his saves against both U-M and FAU came in the second half ... the shutouts of NIU, U-M and FAU were part of that career-long shutout streak ... had six saves in the final match of the season, a 2-0 loss to No. 1 Akron in the semifinal round of the MAC Tournament (Nov. 9).

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2011 Named to the Academic All-MAC Team ... played in 13 matches, starting them all ... had a record of 6-4-1, with six complete-match shutouts, 43 saves and a goals-against average of 1.08 ... had a save percentage of .768 ... had five shutouts in his first seven starts, both of the season and of his career ... blanked then-#9 Michigan in his first collegiate start (Aug. 26), making five saves ... had a shutout in his second start as well, with three stops vs. IPFW (Aug. 31) ... other shutout victims included Duquesne (Sept. 9), IUPUI (Sept. 30), Florida Atlantic (Oct. 2) and Michigan State (Oct. 19) ... made a season-high seven

MICHAEL WIEST - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON 2010................ 2011................ 2012................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 1-0 13-13 20-20 34-33

Minutes 29:16 1080:55 1874:16 2984:27

GA 0 13 23 36

GaAvg Saves Save% 0.00 0 .000 1.08 43 .768 1.10 100 .813 1.09 143 .799

W 0 6 8 14

L 0 4 9 13

T 0 1 3 4

Sho 0 6 7 13

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Saves: 10, at Coastal Carolina -- Sep 09, 2012

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THE FALCON RETURNEES saves vs. Duquesne, including a save on a DU penalty kick in the second half ... named to the all-tournament team that weekend, at the Pitt/ Nike Invitational ... had five stops vs. MSU and Cleveland State (Sept. 3) as well as vs. U-M ... worked nearly 274 minutes (273:54, to be exact) of shutout ball to begin his collegiate career, before allowing a pair of goals just over two minutes apart vs. CSU ... played 12:30 of scoreless soccer at Ohio State (Oct. 5) before being forced to leave the match due to injury ... started the Hartwick match (Oct. 22) and worked a scoreless first half ... played a total of 1080:55 on the year ... was ranked in the nation’s top 100 in both GAA (70th) and save pct. (83rd). 2010 Played in one match in his initial season ... made his collegiate debut in the match at Michigan (Oct. 27) ... played the final 29:16 of the contest, and did not face a shot on goal. HIGH SCHOOL A two-year letterwinner at Naperville North H.S. (‘10) ... earned all-state first-team honors from multiple sources in his senior year, including Chicago Tribune, Sun Times and ESPN Rise ... helped the Huskies to DuPage Valley Conference championships and regional titles in both 2008 and 2009 ... coached by BGSU men’s soccer alumnus Jim Konrad ... Huskies had a 16-3-4 record in his senior year ... put together a streak of eight consecutive shutouts during his senior year, and had a goals-against average of just 0.52 ... finished with a total of 14 shutouts as a senior ... team went a combined 15-1 in conference play in ‘08 and ‘09 ... three-year member of the Honor Roll. PERSONAL Michael Thomas Wiest was born on March 6, 1992, in Naperville, Ill. ... physical education teacher education major at BGSU ... has a cumulative GPA of 3.500 through the Spring 2013 semester ... son of Dennis and Colleen Wiest ... the second of four children ... has an older sister and two younger brothers ... has played club ball for the Galaxy Soccer Club, with BGSU men’s soccer alum Brett Strang being one of his coaches ... helped that team to a state cup semifinal appearance in 2009 after trips to the quarterfinals in each of the prior two seasons.

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FALCON NEWCOMERS

TJ ATALIG DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-9 • FR./FR. YIGO, GUAM (SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL) HIGH SCHOOL Played four years at Saint John’s School (‘13), helping the Knights win Independent Interscholastic Athletes Association of Guam High School Boys’ Championships from 201113 ... team captain ... National Honor Society ... also earned the Academic Headmaster’s Award each year from 2009-13. PERSONAL Thaddeus Joseph Cardines Atalig was born on May 7, 1995, in Tamuning, Guam. ... son of Baltazar Atalig and Caroline Delos Reyes ... the second of five children ... has two older brothers, a younger brother and a younger sister ... plans to major in physical therapy at BGSU ... represented Guam at the U13, U15, U17, U19 and Men’s National Team levels.

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RYAN HEUTON GOALKEEPER • 6-3 • SO./SO. CHICO, CALIF. (PLEASANT VALLEY) (FOOTHILL CC) AT FOOTHILL CC Attended Foothill Community College in the 2012-13 academic year ... head coach Tom Liner’s team went 7-7-6 overall and 6-4-4 in conference play. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Pleasant Valley H.S. (‘12) under coach Mike Vought ... helped the Vikings to a combined record of 19-6-4 over his last two seasons ... earned All-Eastern Athletic League honors in each of those years ... allowed just six goals as a senior, posting nine shutouts as PVHS went 11-2-1 ... had four shutouts and a 1.03 goals-against average in his junior season, helping the Vikings to an 8-4-2 overall mark ... captained the team as a senior ... also lettered in basketball and volleyball. PERSONAL Ryan Michael Heuton was born on March 13, 1994, in Chico, Calif. ... son of Randy and Karen Heuton ... the second of three sons ... plans to major in aviation ... brother, Jeff, played collegiate soccer at Chico State in 2010-11.

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DAN LOOKER DEFENDER • 6-3 • FR./FR. WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND (TAURANGA BOYS’ COLLEGE) HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Tauranga Boys’ College (‘11) under coach James Pamment ... also lettered in volleyball. PERSONAL Daniel John Looker was born on July 23, 1993, in Papamoa, New Zealand ... son of Tony Looker and Josie Carter ... the oldest of four children ... has two brothers and a sister ... currently undecided upon a major at BGSU ... has played for the Ole’ Football Academy in Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand.

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JACOB ROTH DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 6-0 • FR./FR. CLEVELAND, OHIO (ST. IGNATIUS) HIGH SCHOOL Earned a pair of letters at St. Ignatius H.S. (‘13) under coach Mike McLaughlin ... earned All-State First-Team honors in 2012, scoring five goals and adding nine assists as the Wildcats went 15-1-3 and advanced to the district final ... was named team MVP, and was one of just 40 seniors from across the nation selected to compete in the High School Soccer All-American Game in Birmingham, Ala., in December of 2012 ... during his four years with the program, the Wildcats did not lose a single regular-season game ... St. Ignatius won the state championship in 2011, his junior season. PERSONAL Jacob Michael Roth was born on March 20, 1995, in Fairview Park, Ohio ... son of Jeff and Kim Roth ... has an older brother and a younger sister ... plans to major in engineering technology at BGSU ... has played club ball for Cleveland United SC, helping that team to State Cup runner-up finishes in 2011, ‘12 and ‘13.

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JOE SULLIVAN MIDFIELDER • 5-10 • FR./FR. NAPERVILLE, ILL. (NORTH) HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Naperville North H.S. (‘13) under coach Jim Konrad, a BGSU men’s soccer alum ... earned All-State honors as a senior in 2012, after leading the team in scoring with 16 goals and 20 assists ... a three-time All-DuPage Valley Conference selection ... finished second in school history with 36 career assists ... helped the Huskies to a combined record of 57-9-3 over his last three years, with a conference championship in all three seasons ... had 14 goals and 18 assists as a junior, when North went 21-1-1 overall ... scored five goals and added 10 assists in his sophomore campaign, as the Huskies finished fourth in the state ... team captain as a senior ... National Honor Society ... Illinois State Scholar ... named to the Honor Roll in all eight semesters of high school, and was a Distinguished Honor Roll recipient in six of those semesters. PERSONAL Joseph Patrick Sullivan was born on Sept. 2, 1994, in Naperville, Ill. ... son of Tim and Marilyn Sullivan ... the oldest of two boys ... plans to major in business at BGSU ... has played club ball for the Galaxy Soccer Club ... helped that team to a state championship as well as a national title in 2012 ... a three-year captain for the Galaxy.

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BRENT WINKLER DEFENDER • 5-5 • FR./FR. FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH. (FARMINGTON) HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Farmington H.S. (‘12) under coach Luke Juncaj ... did not play high-school soccer in 2012, instead playing for the US Soccer Development Academy Team ... was named to the all-state third team as a junior in the fall of 2011 ... earned all-league and all-district first-team accolades in each of his three years with FHS ... led the team in assists as a freshman, and paced the Falcons in goals as both a sophomore and junior ... had 36 goals and 22 assists during that three-year span ... team captain as a junior. PERSONAL Brent Alexander Winkler was born on May 5, 1995, in Stockton, Calif. ... son of James and Mary Winkler ... the youngest of two sons ... plans to major in business at BGSU ... has played club ball with Crew Wolves Academy (CSA Wolves) ... captained the Wolves for four years and helped the club to U14 and U16 State Cup championships ... also has extensive Olympic Development Program (ODP) experience, with four years on the Region II team.

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FALCON ALUMNI

A large contingent of BGSU men’s soccer alumni came back to Bowling Green for the first game under the lights in program history, as the Falcons took on Hartwick College on Oct. 22, 2011. That group of alums included Gary Kovacs (left photo, second from right), who was a major donor in the Cochrane Field lights project. Kovacs was recognized on the field at the Hartwick match, and was joined by (left to right) Mickey Cochrane, Eric Nichols and then-BGSU Director of Athletics Greg Christopher.

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MEET THE MAC

Since its inception in 1946, the Mid-American Conference has progressively grown and developed into one of the most aggressive Division I conferences in the country. One of only 11 football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences, the MAC named Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher as its eighth commissioner in the 67-year history of the league in March of 2009. Steinbrecher came to the MAC after serving six years as the commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference.

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 566-4622 www.mac-sports.com

HISTORY OF THE MAC

Based in Cleveland since July 1999 following a 15-year stay in Toledo, Ohio, the MAC has established historic measurements in both football and men’s and women’s basketball since moving to Northeast Ohio. The MAC was founded as a five-school league on February 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State and Western Reserve admitted as charter members. The Mid-American Conference has 12 full-time schools and a 13th, Massachusetts, for football only. Comprising the East Division is the University of Akron (joined in 1992), Bowling Green State University (1952), University at Buffalo (1998), Kent State University (1951), Miami University (1947), Ohio University (1946) and Temple University (2007). The West Division members are Ball State University (1973), Central Michigan University (1971), Eastern Michigan University (1971), Northern Illinois University (1975-86, 1997), University of Toledo (1950) and Western Michigan University (1947).

MAC Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher

In 1946 men’s basketball was the first competitive sport in the MAC, which now sponsors a total of 23 sports. Women’s sports were brought into the conference’s structure in 1980.

23 SPORTS

For men, championships (11) are sponsored in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, golf and tennis. For women, championships (12) are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis. (Text and information courtesy MAC office)

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SERIES INFORMATION Opponent

W

L

T

8

42

3

Ala.-Birmingham (UAB) 1

0

Adelphi Akron

Alabama A&M

0 1

American

0

Ball State

10

Appalachian State Belmont Bradley

Brooklyn Bucknell

0 0 0 0 1

Buffalo

10

Canisius

0

Butler

Cedarville Centenary

Central Arkansas

Central Connecticut St. Central Florida (UCF) Central Michigan

Coll. of Charleston Cincinnati

Cleveland State

Coastal Carolina Colgate Cornell

Creighton

Dartmouth Davidson Dayton

Denison

1 0 1 2 1 0

13 0 6

1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 3

13

14

1

0

1 0 1 0 1

16 1

1 0 1 1 0 9 1

0

Pct. GF GA 1st/Last Mtg.

Opponent

W

L

T

Pct. GF GA 1st/Last Mtg.

.179

Detroit

16

7

2

.680

1

.625

.000

0 1.000 0 1.000

4

5

1985/1985

2

0

1987/1987

1

2

41 144 1

0

.000

1

.955

41

.000

1

1 0 0 0

.500 .000 .000

0 1.000

0 2 1 5

0 0 8 3

1

.250

1

2

.500

0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0

.000

0

.000

1 1 1 1

3

1 0 5

15

14

.500

6

6

.482

0

.000

0

4

2

.650

.500

0

3

5

37

1

1

3

7

.900

0 1.000 0

5

.500 .750 .640 .500

0

46 2 3 3 0 5

63 6

1967/1981 2011/2011

1999/1999

25

2

2010/2010

1

2

26 3

2007/2007

1998/1999

.588 .000

1993/1993

5

0 0

1966/2012

7 2

54

1990/1990 1998/2012 1997/2010 2001/2007 1965/1966 2008/2008 2007/2008 1996/1996 1999/2003 1979/1994 2008/2008 1972/2007 1973/2012 1994/2011

0

1997/1997

3

1985/2000

3 1 3

30 6

1980/1980 1990/1990 1995/2010 1965/2009 1971/1972

DePaul

Duquesne

Eastern Illinois

Eastern Michigan Evansville

Fairleigh Dickinson Findlay

Florida Atlantic

Florida International Fresno State Furman

George Mason Georgetown

George Washington Hartwick

Heidelberg

4 1 2

22

0

5 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2

IPFW

6

James Madison Kent State Kentucky Kenyon

Lafayette Lehigh

Liberty

Lipscomb

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0

2

0

0

Iona

1 11

Illinois State

IUPUI

1

2

Illinois at Chicago (UIC) 1 Indiana

0

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

3

15

1

1

1 0 6

4 0 0 6

8

10

1

0

2 1 1 0

0 0 0 1

0 1.000 1

.500

0 1.000 0 1

.154 .500

0 1.000 0

.833

0

.000

1 0 0

.250 .000 .000

0 1.000 0 1.000 3

.500

0 1.000 0 1.000 0

.000

2

.583

1 1

1 8

0

1990/1999

3

2002/2011

31

1996/2006

27

1979/2006

16

1

1

11

31 13 1 2 1 1 1 4 7

11 6 0

0 4 2 4 5 5 0 2 9 1 1 2

16

46

.500

3

3

1

.500

1

.447

23 7 0

17

0 1.000

9

0

0 1.000 0 1.000 1

.250

2 1 1

1981/1982 2007/2012 1988/2007 1984/1996 1998/2008 1998/2007 1989/1989 1996/1996 1984/2012 1968/1969 1991/1991 1988/1988 1981/1997 1982/2012 2004/2011

1965/1978

0

29

2

1991/1991

1987/1987

36

0 1.000

1981/1999

0

.500

25

1987/2012

4

71

.184

0 1.000 2

6

51

27 0 0 0 3

1989/1989 1993/2009 1965/1966 1992/1992 1991/1991 1991/1991 2010/2011

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SERIES INFORMATION Opponent Louisville

Loyola (Md.) Marquette Marshall

Massachusetts

Memphis (State) Miami

• Miami (Varsity) • Miami (Club)

Michigan

W

L

T

0

3

0

2 6 7 0 2

23 20 3 4

1 6 4 1 0 8 6 2 6

Michigan State

16

18

New Hampshire

2

1

UNLV

New Mexico

North Carolina Northeastern

Northern Illinois Northwestern Notre Dame Oakland Oberlin

Ohio State Ohio

Ohio Wesleyan Oneonta State Penn State Pittsburgh

Richmond

Sacramento State

Saint Bonaventure Saint Francis (Pa.) Saint Louis

0 0 1 0

1 0 0 1

7

16

4

5

1 2 0

0 6 1

25

14

6

6

6 0 1 2 0 0 4 0 0

5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3

Pct. GF GA 1st/Last Mtg.

0

.667

2

3

1986/2009

1

.500

19

16

1984/1997

.000

2

4

2 0 1 3 3 0 0 6 0

.000 .615 .833

26 9

7

13 2

.721

91

42

.600

15

11

.741 .400 .475 .000

0 1.000 1

.500

0

.000

0 1.000 1

3

76

31

1 2 1

3 1 1 2

15

0

.000

0

6

4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 9

0

14

.634

73

48

.500

20

20

.000 .500 .667 .250 .000

24 0 1 3 3 0

.667

25

.000

1

.000

1966/1970

1985/1985

5

14

.536

1971/1998

4

.450

3

1966/1998

1

1

2

1989/1997

2000/2012

53

48

.278

1985/1985

27

49

30

1

1979/2012

12

.313

0 1.000

1984/1998

2

21 1 1 2

1970/2012 1995/2003 1990/1990 1986/1986 1997/1997 1974/2012

Opponent

1979/1994

San Diego State

1986/1986 1988/2004 1967/1967 1967/2012 1965/1980 1966/2001 1984/1984 1987/1999 2002/2011

5

1985/2009

8

1983/2012

3 6

10

2006/2006 2002/2008 1972/1992

Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Siena

South Alabama

SIU-Edwardsville

South Florida (USF) Southern Indiana

L

T

0

1

1

1 1 1 0 0 1

Southern Methodist (SMU) 0 Southwest Missouri St.

0

Syracuse

1

Stetson Toledo

• Toledo (Varsity) • Toledo (Club)

Towson (State) Tulsa

Valparaiso Vanderbilt Vermont

Western Illinois

Western Kentucky Western Michigan West Virginia + Wheaton

Wilmington Wisconsin

UW-Green Bay

UW-Milwaukee Wofford

The Falcons celebrate a goal by Danny Baraldi (10) in last season’s opener, a 3-0 win over Saint Bonaventure at Cochrane Field.

W

2 10 2 8 1 0 0 0 1 2 5

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

27

14

0

1

3 0 4 4 4 0

Wooster

11

Xavier

6

Wright State

0

6

1 0 1 3 3 1 8 6 3

1

Pct. GF GA 1st/Last Mtg.

.750

4

2

2005/2006

0 1.000

5

0

1990/1990

.250

0 1.000 0 0

.000 .000

0 1.000 0 0

.000 .000

0 1.000 0 1.000

1 2

10

3

2

0 3 1 5 2

.909

62

0

.889

44

0

.000

0

.000

0 1.000 0

.000

0 1.000 1

.625

3

.648

1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0

18 4 2 0 1 1 6

.917

17

.700

11

.000 .500 .800 .562

7

6 0 6 1 5 4 2 0 5 5

2

9 1 6

11

10

0

1

14

.579

40

26

.667

23

14

.500

21

1988/2008 1994/1994

1986/2003

0

.562 .000

1978/1988

2

2

0 8

1997/1997

1995/1999

26

1

1985/1985

6

91

+ includes forfeit victory (originally a 4-2 WVU win)

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3

0

0 1.000

3

13

18

2000/2000 1990/1990 1965/1981 1980/1981 1965/1978 1975/1975 1990/1999 2009/2010 2000/2000 1996/1996 1982/2006 1986/1999 1971/2012 1979/2012 1981/1981 1965/1965 1976/1995 1981/2003 1976/2012 2012/2012 1965/1983 1982/2012 1982/2004

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YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS ALL-TIME BGSU RECORDS

OVERALL

MID-AMERICAN

YEAR W-L-T PCT. W-L-T PCT. FINISH Head Coach Mickey Cochrane (13 seasons – 68-56-14; .543) 1965 2-4-2 .375 1966 3-6-1 .350 1967 2-7-1 .250 1968 5-4-1 .550 1969 7-3-0 .700 1970 4-5-1 .450 1971 5-4-1 .550 1972 7-2-3 .708 1973 9-2-0 .818 1974 6-3-1 .650 1975 6-3-2 .636 1976 4-7-1 .375 1977 8-6-0 .571

MAC TOURNAMENT / NATIONAL POSTSEASON

1972 NCAA Tournament Second Round 1973 NCAA Tournament Second Round

Head Coach Gary Palmisano (16 seasons – 172-97-25; .628) 1978 9-3-0 .750 1979 7-5-5 .559 1980 7-7-1 .500 1981 11-7-1 .605 1982 12-7-0 .632 1983 16-3-1 .825 1984 10-8-2 .550 1985 4-11-4 .316 1986 12-6-2 .650 2-1-1 * .625 2nd 1987 12-5-0 .706 4-0-0 * 1.000 1st 1988 9-11-0 .450 3-1-0 * .750 2nd 1989 12-3-3 .750 3-0-1 * .875 1st 1990 7-11-2 .400 2-2-0 * .500 3rd 1991 16-2-2 .850 4-0-0 * 1.000 1st 1992 15-2-1 .861 4-1-0 * .800 1st

No tourney held * No tourney held * No tourney held * No tourney held * No tourney held * Tournament Champion * No tourney held * / 1992 NCAA Tournament First Round

Head Coach Mel Mahler (10 seasons – 111-76-13; .588) ^ 1993 10-7-0 .588 4-1-0 .800 2nd of 6

No tourney held

Head Coach Gary Palmisano 1994 13-6-1 .675 3-1-1

.700

3rd of 6

Advanced to Championship

Head Coach Mel Mahler 1995 16-3-2 .810 1996 18-4-1 .804 1997 18-6-0 .750 1998 10-8-2 .550 1999 8-10-1 .447 2000 9-8-1 .528 2001 8-8-1 .500 2002 6-13-0 .316 2003 8-9-5 .477

.700 1.000 .714 .563 .643 .667 .357 .800 .417

T-2nd of 6 1st of 6 T-2nd of 8 4th of 9 3rd of 8 T-1st of 7 5th of 7 T-1st of 7 4th of 7

Tournament Champion / 1995 NCAA Tourn. First Round # Tournament Champion / 1996 NCAA Tourn. Second Round Tournament Champion / 1997 NCAA Tourn. Second Round # Advanced to Championship Advanced to Quarterfinals Advanced to Championship Advanced to Semifinals Advanced to Championship Advanced to Championship

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

Head Coach Fred Thompson (five seasons – 18-69-8; .232) 2004 0-19-0 .000 0-6-0 .000 7th of 7 2005 4-13-2 .263 1-4-0 .200 5th of 6 2006 4-14-1 .237 0-5-0 .000 6th of 6 2007 6-10-3 .395 2-2-1 .500 4th of 6 2008 4-13-2 .263 0-6-0 .000 7th of 7

Advanced to Quarterfinals Advanced to Quarterfinals Advanced to Semifinals Advanced to Quarterfinals Advanced to Quarterfinals

Head Coach Eric Nichols (four seasons – 24-38-12; .405) 2009 3-12-3 .250 2-3-1 .417 5th of 7 2010 6-9-3 .417 3-3-0 .500 T-3rd of 7 2011 7-8-3 .472 1-4-1 .250 6th of 7 2012 8-9-3 .475 3-3-1 .500 T-4th of 8

Did not qualify Advanced to Semifinals Did not qualify Advanced to Semifinals

Totals -- 393-336-72 .536

52-56-9

.483

3 MAC R-S Titles, 3 MAC Tourn. Titles

* Mid-America Soccer Conference # won NCAA Play-In Match ^ Mahler served as interim head coach in 1993, while Palmisano worked at the Detroit venue in preparation for the 1994 World Cup Photos (from top to bottom): Mickey Cochrane, Gary Palmisano, Mel Mahler, Fred Thompson and Eric Nichols. The Falcons have had just five head coaches in the history of the program, which is now entering its 49th season.

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1965 & 1966 1965

2-4-2 Overall

OCSA/NA ISFAA Midwest/NR Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Ron Carroll, Bob Hall 10-2 at Dayton 10-5 WILMINGTON (OT) 10-12 KENYON 10-15 at Toledo 10-23 at Cedarville (OT) 10-30 at Kent State 11-6 OHIO 11-13 at Wooster

L T W L T L W L

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

1966

3-6-1 Overall

OCSA/NA ISFAA Midwest/NR Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Terry Butwid, Dave Johnson 10-1 DAYTON L 4-5 10-7 at Miami L 3-4 10-12 at Akron L 1-3 10-15 at Kenyon W 3-0 10-18 at Ohio Wesleyan L 0-1 10-22 TOLEDO W 4-0 10-26 CEDARVILLE (OT) T 3-3 10-29 KENT STATE W 2-1 11-5 at Ohio L 1-3 11-12 WOOSTER L 3-4

1966 Statistics Player Guenter Herold Orest Wolynec Steve Meyer Pete Farrell Doug Lorenzen Dean Forsberg Al Fromm Terry Butwid BGSU

G 9 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 24

Mickey Cochrane (pictured above) was the first coach in BGSU soccer history. Cochrane, who also coached lacrosse at the University, guided the soccer Falcons from 1965 through the 1977 season

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1967 & 1968 1967

2-7-1 Overall

Peter Farrell (left) served as a co-captain for the Falcons in both the 1967 and ’68 seasons under head coach Mickey Cochrane (right). The Falcon futbol pitch is now named after Cochrane

OCSA/NA ISFAA Midwest/NR Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Gordon Beecher, Peter Farrell 9-30 MIAMI W 10-3 OHIO WESLEYAN L 10-7 at Dayton L 10-14 BALL STATE W 10-18 AKRON L 10-21 at Ohio State L 10-28 at Kent State L 10-31 at Wooster L 11-4 at Oberlin L 11-11 OHIO (OT) T

5-1 1-2 2-3 4-1 3-6 1-3 1-6 1-6 0-6 1-1

1967 Statistics Player Jim Brewer Fred Weismann Guenter Herold Craig Daniels Orest Wolynec Pete Farrell Dean Forsberg Dick Green Barry Marshall BGSU

G 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 19

1968

5-4-1 Overall

OCSA/9th ISFAA Midwest/NA Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Robert Bartels, Peter Farrell 9-27 at Miami (OT) W 3-2 10-2 at Heidelberg (OT) W 2-1 10-5 at Ohio Wesleyan L 0-5 10-8 at Akron L 0-7 10-12 at Ball State W 3-2 10-18 KENT STATE W 6-3 10-22 WOOSTER L 0-1 10-26 OHIO STATE L 0-3 10-30 TOLEDO W 4-3 11-9 at Ohio (OT) T 2-2

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1969 & 1970 1969

1970

OCSA/3rd ISFAA Midwest/T-9th Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Tom Asimou, Gary Kovacs 9-27 MIAMI (OT) W 4-3 10-1 AKRON L 0-3 10-4 at Kent State L 1-2 10-7 HEIDELBERG W 9-0 10-11 OHIO W 1-0 10-18 BALL STATE W 4-1 10-22 at Wooster W 1-0 10-25 DAYTON L 0-3 10-29 at Toledo W 3-0 11-1 at Ohio State W 4-2

OCSA/8th ISFAA Midwest/NA Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Wolfgang Petrasko, Jim Pschirrer, Allan Sandberg 9-26 at Dayton 10-3 KENT STATE (OT) 10-7 at Akron 10-10 at Miami 10-16 at Ball State 10-20 WOOSTER 10-28 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) 10-31 OHIO STATE 11-3 TOLEDO 11-11 at Ohio

7-3-0 Overall

1969 Scoring Player Jim Brewer Al Silva Fred Weismann Bill Minarik Don Gable Ed Marsman Rich Llewellyn Norman Dykes Joe Costa Wolfgang Petrasko Chris Bartels Tony Lupica Tom Asimou George Asimou Herb Schumm

4-5-1 Overall

W T L L W L L W W L

3-0 1-1 1-6 0-1 3-1 1-2 2-4 4-1 5-0 0-3

1970 Scoring G 7 3 3 2 2 3 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

A 5 4 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1

Pts. 12 7 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

Player Don Gable Dave Dyminski Warren Heede Mike Kamienski Eric Selden Howard Seigel Wolfgang Petrasko BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Al Sandberg John Essig BGSU Opponents

G 4 4 4 3 2 1 0 20 19 Games 8 6 10 10

A 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 8 11

Pts. 6 5 4 4 2 2 1 28 30

Svs SHO 36 1.5 26 0.5 62 2 137 2

Gary Palmisano (second from left) and Mickey Cochrane (third from left) combined for a total of 240 wins during their respective head-coaching tenures with the Brown and Orange. After serving as an assistant under Cochrane, Palmisano took over as head coach in 1977. ‘Palmo’ remains the only Falcon to advance to the NCAA Tournament as both a player and a coach.

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1971 & 1972 1971

1972

OCSA/6th ISFAA Midwest/NA Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Seniors 10-1 at Kent State 10-5 AKRON 10-8 MIAMI 10-12 WESTERN MICH. (OT) 10-16 BALL STATE 10-20 at Wooster 10-27 at Michigan State 10-30 at Ohio State (OT) 11-3 at Denison (OT) 11-6 OHIO

OCSA/T-3rd ISFAA Midwest/HM Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Chris Bartels, Dave Dyminski 9-27 DENISON W 2-1 9-30 KENT STATE (OT) L 3-4 10-7 at Miami (OT) T 2-2 10-11 at Western Michigan W 5-2 10-13 at Ball State W 4-0 10-18 WOOSTER W 3-0 10-21 CINCINNATI W 3-0 10-25 OHIO STATE W 5-0 10-31 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) T 1-1 11-4 at Ohio (OT) T 1-1 11-7 at Toledo W 3-1 11-20 at Saint Louis $ L 0-2 $ NCAA Tournament (Second Round)

5-4-1 Overall

7-2-3 Overall

W L W W W W L T L L

2-1 0-5 7-0 3-1 9-0 2-1 0-3 0-0 4-5 0-6

1971 Statistics Player Warren Heede Joe Costa Dave Dyminski Rich Cotton Chris Bartels Eric Seldin Bob Gofus Al Carroll Don Gable Jeff Aingworth Tom Bull Greg Brooks Howard Siegel BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Bill Heyne John Essig

G 8 6 3 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 27 22 Games 10 4

A 3 1 4 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pts. 11 7 7 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Svs SHO 91 2.5 14 0.5

1972 Statistics Player Warren Heede Chris Bartels Norm Dykes Dave Dyminski Rich Cotton Tim Davis Steve Cabalka Jeff Aingworth Bud Lewis Bart Hayden Eric Seldin Joe White BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Gary Palmisano Bill Heyne

G 10 4 5 5 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 32 14 Games 9 6

A 2 6 3 2 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 23

Pts. 12 10 8 7 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 55

Svs SHO 135 3 55 1

Dave Dyminski was a co-captain on both the 1972 and 1973 teams. The ’72 club was the first in Falcon soccer history to advance to the NCAA Championships, while the ’73 team made a return trip.

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1973 & 1974 1973

1974

OCSA/1st ISFAA Midwest/6th Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Greg Brooks, Dave Dyminski, Warren Heede 9-29 at Kent State W 6-2 10-3 at Ohio Wesleyan W 2-1 10-5 MIAMI W 2-0 10-10 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 4-0 10-13 at Wooster L 1-2 10-20 CLEVELAND STATE W 5-1 10-27 at Ohio State W 4-0 10-30 at Michigan State W 3-1 11-3 OHIO W 3-0 11-6 TOLEDO W 7-0 11-24 vs. Saint Louis $ L 0-6 $ NCAA Tournament (Second Round) at SIU-Edwardsville

OCSA/2nd ISFAA Midwest/NA Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Steve Cabalka, Bud Lewis 9-28 KENT STATE W 7-0 10-2 OHIO WESLEYAN W 4-0 10-5 at Miami (OT) T 2-2 10-9 at Western Michigan W 2-0 10-12 WOOSTER W 1-0 10-19 at Cleveland State W 2-1 10-26 OHIO STATE W 3-1 10-30 at Akron L 1-4 11-2 at Ohio L 0-2 11-9 at Northern Illinois L 2-4

9-2-0 Overall

1973 Statistics Player Tim Davis Dave Dyminski Rich Cotton Jan Fedorcak Jim Hodge Warren Heede Bob Boss Bart Hayden Steve Kittelberger Jeff Aingworth Steve Cabalka Dan Otten Bud Lewis Greg Brooks BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Gary Palmisano Bill Heyne

6-3-1 Overall

1974 Statistics

G 5 5 6 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 37 13 SHO 3 2

A 5 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 21 5

Pts. 10 7 7 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 58 18

Player Steve Kittelberger Bart Hayden Bud Lewis Bob Boss Jan Fedorcak Ken Hendershott Rich Cotton Steve Cabalka Bob Lewis Jim Kittelberger Dick Wendling Kevin Donovan BGSU Opponents

G 5 5 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 24 14

Goalkeeper Games Bill Heyne 8 Tom Doriety 7 BGSU 10 Opponents 10 * Doriety & Heyne shared one shutout

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A 4 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 13 4 Svs 51 44 95 154

Pts. 9 7 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 37 18 GA SHO 8 2* 6 3* 14 4 24 1

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1975 & 1976 1975

1976

OCSA/4th ISFAA Midwest/NA Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Steve Cabalka, Glenn Jost, Craig Tesler 9-23 at Ohio Wesleyan (OT) T 1-1 9-27 at Kent State (OT) T 2-2 10-1 at Wooster W 2-0 10-3 MIAMI W 3-2 10-8 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 2-1 10-11 at Towson State W 4-1 10-18 CLEVELAND STATE L 1-8 10-25 at Ohio State W 1-0 10-29 AKRON L 0-3 11-1 OHIO W 2-0 11-8 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L 0-1

OCSA/NA ISFAA Midwest/NR Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Dan Otten, Craig Tesler 9-17 Wisconsin ^ W 9-18 at UW-Milwaukee ^ L 9-24 KENT STATE L 9-29 OHIO WESLEYAN (OT) T 10-2 at Miami (OT) L 10-6 WOOSTER W 10-9 at Cleveland State L 10-13 at Western Michigan W 10-16 at Akron L 10-22 OHIO STATE W 10-30 at Ohio L 11-5 MICHIGAN STATE L ^ UWM Tournament (2nd place)

6-3-2 Overall

1975 Statistics Player Ken Hendershott Doug Olson Steve Cabalka Steve Kittelberger Dan Otten Marty Rolnick Allan Luisi Craig Tesler Bob Lewis Roy Tesler BGSU Opponents

G 7 5 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 18 19

Goalkeeper Games Tom Doriety 10 Bob Alarcon 6 BGSU 11 Opponents 11 * Doriety & Alarcon shared one shutout

4-7-1 Overall

1-0 1-5 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-1 1-2 1-0 0-7 2-0 0-1 0-3

1976 Statistics A 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 11 14 Svs 60 31 91 102

Pts. 8 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 29 33 GA SHO 17 2* 2 2* 19 3 18 2

Player Marty Rolnick Dennis Mepham Craig Tesler Bobby Lewis Doug Olson Andy Clayton Dan Otten Allan Luisi BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Tom Doriety Bob Alarcon BGSU Opponents

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G 5 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 14 26 Games 6 6 12 12

A 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 7 13 Svs 42 63 105 127

Pts. 5 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 21 39 GA SHO 8 2 18 1 26 3 14 3

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1977 & 1978

1 B B M

1977

1978

OCSA/6th ISFAA Midwest/NA Coach - Mickey Cochrane Captains - Jim Kittelberger, Bob Lewis 9-17 UW-MILWAUKEE L 0-2 9-27 at Ohio Wesleyan W 2-1 9-30 MIAMI W 2-1 10-5 at Wooster L 0-1 10-8 CLEVELAND STATE L 0-2 10-11 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 2-1 10-15 AKRON L 0-4 10-22 at Ohio State L 0-2 10-26 TOLEDO W 8-0 10-29 OHIO W 6-0 11-2 at Kent State % L 0-1 11-4 at Michigan State W 2-0 11-9 DAYTON W 2-0 11-12 at Ball State W 1-0 % originally scheduled for 9-24, but ppd.

OCSA/4th ISAA Mideast/5th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Bob Alarcon, Robert Brihn 9-22 KENT STATE W 3-0 9-26 OHIO WESLEYAN W 2-0 9-30 at Miami W 3-2 10-4 WOOSTER W 5-1 10-11 OHIO STATE W 2-1 10-14 BALL STATE W 3-1 10-18 at Cleveland State L 2-3 10-21 at Akron (OT) L 3-6 10-25 at Toledo W 10-0 11-3 MICHIGAN STATE W 2-1 11-7 OAKLAND W 4-0 11-13 at SIU-Edwardsville L 1-4

8-6-0 Overall

9-3-0 Overall

1978 Statistics

1977 Statistics Player Ken Hendershott Dieter Wimmer Jim Kittelberger Bob Lewis Steve Theophilus Andy Clayton Dennis Mepham Steve Kittelberger Bob Pike Scott Hamman Rusty Mulvihill Bob Brihn BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Bob Alarcon Doug Brewer Gerard Smith BGSU Opponents

G 9 4 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 25 15 Games 14 2 1 14 14

A 2 2 3 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 14 5 Svs 98 3 1 102 143

Pts. 11 6 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 39 20 GA SHO 14 5 1 0 0 0 15 5 25 6

Player Dennis Mepham Dieter Wimmer Eric Sorensen Steve Theophilus Frank Gustoff Andy Clayton Ken Hendershott John Bertrams Al Luisi Dave Bapst Zenon Zyga Chris Valentine Phil Stever BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Bob Alarcon Pat Jacoby BGSU Opponents

G 8 5 7 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 40 19 Games 12 3 12 12

A 5 8 0 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 25 7 Svs 83 4 87 113

Pts. 13 13 7 6 5 5 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 65 26 GA SHO 19 4 0 0 19 4 40 0

1 B B

1 B B

1 B B B

1 B B A

1 N

2 B K

2 B K

2 B A

2 B B W

2 A

2 W

2 B ( A

Gary Palmisano (left) took the head-coaching reins prior to the 1978 season.

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1979 & 1980 1979

1980

OCSA/6th ISAA Mideast/NA Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Dennis Mepham, Mike O’Rourke 9-14 vs. West Virginia (OT) # T 2-2 9-15 vs. Marshall # W 8-0 9-18 at Evansville L 1-5 9-26 at Ohio Wesleyan (OT) T 0-0 9-29 MIAMI W 4-2 10-6 vs. Western Michigan ^ W 2-1 10-7 vs. Ohio State ^ W 4-0 10-9 at Wooster L 1-2 10-12 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE L 2-4 10-13 at Northern Illinois L 0-1 10-17 CLEVELAND STATE L 1-3 10-20 AKRON (OT) W 1-0 10-27 at Ball State (OT) T 2-2 10-31 NOTRE DAME W 2-1 11-3 at Michigan State (OT) T 0-0 11-7 at Oakland (OT) T 3-3 11-10 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 3-0 # Alderson-Broaddus Tournament (Philippi, W.Va.) (2nd place) ^ Akron Tournament (1st place)

OCSA/5th ISAA Mideast/9th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Jim House, Steve Theophilus, Dieter Wimmer 9-17 at Toledo W 9-20 U. OF MEXICO (OT) # T 9-24 OHIO WESLEYAN L 9-27 at Miami L 10-1 EVANSVILLE L 10-4 vs. Cornell (OT) @ T 10-5 vs. Ohio @ W 10-8 WOOSTER W 10-11 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W 10-15 at Notre Dame L 10-18 at Akron L 10-23 OHIO STATE W 10-25 BALL STATE W 10-29 at Cleveland State L 11-1 MICHIGAN STATE W 11-5 OAKLAND L # Exhibition @ Akron Children’s Hospital Classic (2nd place)

7-5-5 Overall

7-7-1 Overall

1979 Statistics Player Dennis Mepham John Bapst Steve Theophilus Dieter Wimmer John Bertrams Bob Theophilus Eric Sorensen Jim House Dave Bapst Tom Bertrams Mike O’Rourke Kevin Cameron Chip Esckilsen Tony Corsiglia Dan Johnson BGSU Opponents

G 11 6 6 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 36 26

7-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-2 3-3 4-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 0-1 1-0 5-0 0-3 4-3 0-2

Tony Corsiglia had three goals and a pair of assists in two his seasons as a Falcon. He was tragically killed in an auto accident. To honor his memory, the Tony Corsiglia Memorial Award was established in 1981 and is given annually to the team’s top rookie.

1980 Statistics A 2 5 3 4 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 28 17

Goalkeeper Games Svs Joe Koury 16 92 Pat Jacoby 3 18 BGSU 17 110 Opponents 17 * Koury & Jacoby combined on one shutout

Pts. 13 11 9 7 5 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 64 43 GA SHO 19 6* 7 1* 26 6 40 3

Player Don Popp Dieter Wimmer Steve Theophilus Bob Theophilus Tony Corsiglia Neil Ridgway Sabastian Silva Kevin Cameron Zenon Zyga Tim O’Rourke Lenny Connors Humphrey Fradl Jim House Dave Bapst Doug Stapleton Bart Markel BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper Joe Koury BGSU Opponents

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GP 15 15 15 15 15 13 12 10 5 15 14 15 14 15 14 3 15 15 GP 15 15 15

Shots 34 45 58 37 12 11 7 6 7 7 4 12 13 5 4 1 272 182

Min. 1370 1370 1370

Svs 95 95 113

G 10 4 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 21

A 2 7 7 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 27

Pts. 12 11 10 7 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 58

GA GAA SHO Record 21 1.38 4 7-7-1 21 1.38 4 7-7-1 31 2.04 4 7-7-1

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1981 & 1982 1981

1982

OCSA/4th ISAA Mideast/7th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Jim House, Doug Stapleton 9-9 at Findlay W 10-0 9-12 at Central Michigan W 4-0 9-16 TOLEDO W 11-0 9-19 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 3-0 9-23 at Ohio Wesleyan (OT) T 2-2 9-26 MIAMI W 1-0 10-3 DAYTON W 2-0 10-7 at Wooster W 4-1 10-10 AKRON L 0-2 10-14 INDIANA L 1-7 10-17 EASTERN MICHIGAN W 3-0 10-21 at Ohio State W 1-0 10-24 at Ball State W 3-0 10-27 CLEVELAND STATE L 2-3 10-30 vs. UW-Green Bay % L 0-2 10-31 at Wheaton % L 0-2 11-5 NOTRE DAME W 2-1 11-10 at Michigan State L 0-1 11-15 at Evansville L 0-1 % Wheaton (IL) Invitational (4th place)

OCSA/5th ISAA Mideast/6th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Joe Koury, Neil Ridgway 8-26 HANYANG (S. KOREA) # L 1-3 9-4 W. ONTARIO (OT) # T 1-1 9-8 FINDLAY W 21-0 9-11 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 3-0 9-13 at IPFW W 5-0 9-18 at Western Michigan (OT) W 1-0 9-22 OHIO WESLEYAN L 1-2 9-25 WRIGHT STATE W 2-0 9-29 at Eastern Michigan W 1-0 10-5 at Dayton W 1-0 10-9 at UW-Milwaukee • L 2-3 10-10 vs. Western Illinois • W 3-0 10-13 at Indiana L 0-1 10-16 UW-GREEN BAY L 1-3 10-20 at Akron (OT) L 3-4 10-23 OHIO STATE L 1-2 10-26 at Cleveland State L 1-5 10-30 MICHIGAN STATE W 2-0 11-3 WOOSTER W 3-0 11-7 at Xavier W 2-1 11-11 EVANSVILLE (OT) W 2-1 # Exhibition • UW-Milwaukee Tournament (3rd place)

11-7-1 Overall

12-7-0 Overall

1981 Statistics Player Neil Ridgway Don Popp Bob Theophilus Tod Johnson Victor Damast Jim House Drew Dawson Bart Markel Sebastian Silva Steve Flanagan Archie Edgar Mike Miller Joe Koury Charlie Thomas Mladen Medancic Lenny Connors Doug Stapleton Pat Kenney Kurt Davis Bill Roberts Joe Barros Al Abrams Kim Bucher BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 19/19 18/17 18/18 18/8 13/8 19/19 19/4 19/19 14/1 3/0 18/12 16/9 19/19 19/19 17/3 18/18 15/11 11/0 10/0 7/0 3/0 2/0 5/0 19 19

Neil Ridgway and Archie Edgar battle an opponent for possession. Ridgway captained the team in 1982 and 1983, hitting double figures in both goals and assists each year.

1982 Statistics Shots 69 69 72 31 25 43 21 20 11 5 20 8 0 1 15 23 6 3 2 2 0 1 0 477 231

G 12 10 5 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 22

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. Svs Joe Koury (19/19) 1549:13 122 Kim Bucher (5/0) 170:47 7 Koury & Bucher combined on two shutouts

A 5 4 9 3 2 4 4 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 16

Pts. 29 24 19 13 12 8 8 7 5 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 135 60

GA GAA SHO Record 18 1.05 7 * 11-7-1 4 2.11 0 * 0-0-0

Player Neil Ridgway Bob Theophilus Mladen Medancic Mark Jackson Archie Edgar Bill Roberts Don Popp Drew Dawson Tod Johnson Steve Flanagan Mike Miller Kurt Davis Bart Markel Joe Barros Brian Yeardley Charlie Thomas Bill Baxter BGSU

MP/MS 19/19 19/19 19/18 19/6 18/14 18/3 17/6 19/19 16/4 6/0 13/6 19/9 16/16 12/7 11/10 19/19 1/0 19

Shots 90 69 61 58 28 19 40 34 16 6 4 23 15 3 3 2 1 472

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. Shots Joe Koury (19/19) 1653 215 Kim Bucher (5/0) 117 17 BGSU 1770 232 Opponents 1770 458 * Koury & Bucher combined on one shutout

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Svs 127 8 135 188

G 10 7 8 8 5 6 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 55 GA 22 0 22 55

A 10 8 3 3 4 0 3 3 1 2 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 44

Pts. 30 22 19 19 14 12 9 7 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 0 0 154

GAA SHO Record 1.20 9 * 12-7-0 0.00 0 * 0-0-0 1.12 10 12-7-0 2.80 1 7-12-0

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1983 & 1984 1983

1984

OCSA/2nd ISAA Mideast/2nd Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Pat Kenney, Neil Ridgway 9-3 vs. West Virginia @* W 2-4 9-4 vs. St. Bonaventure @ W 11-1 9-10 vs. Wisconsin ¢ W 3-2 9-11 at UW-Green Bay (OT) ¢ T 1-1 9-17 at Michigan State W 2-0 9-20 at Ohio Wesleyan W 2-1 9-23 UW-MILWAUKEE W 4-0 9-26 at Central Michigan W 1-0 9-28 EASTERN MICHIGAN W 4-0 10-2 DAYTON W 6-0 10-8 MIAMI W 7-0 10-12 INDIANA (OT) L 1-2 10-16 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 3-0 10-19 at Wright State W 3-0 10-22 at Ohio State W 4-3 10-26 CLEVELAND STATE W 2-0 10-30 AKRON L 1-2 11-6 XAVIER W 8-0 11-8 at Wooster W 6-0 11-13 at Evansville L 1-2 @ Akron Children’s Hospital Classic (2nd place) * forfeit win; WVU used ineligible players ¢ Lowenbrau Great Lakes Classic (Green Bay, Wis.) (1st place)

OCSA/3rd ISAA Mideast/6th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Kim Bucher, Pat Kenney 9-1 vs. Fresno State (OT) + L 1-2 9-2 vs. Loyola (Md.) + L 1-2 9-7 vs. Hartwick = W 1-0 9-8 at Oneonta State = L 0-1 9-12 MARQUETTE (OT) W 2-1 9-15 UW-GREEN BAY (OT) W 2-1 9-19 OHIO WESLEYAN W 1-0 9-26 at Eastern Michigan W 3-0 9-30 at Western Michigan L 1-2 10-3 at Indiana L 0-2 10-10 at Akron (OT) T 1-1 10-13 OAKLAND L 0-1 10-17 WRIGHT STATE (OT) T 2-2 10-21 OHIO STATE W 4-0 10-24 at Cleveland State L 0-1 10-28 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) W 1-0 10-31 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 2-1 11-3 EVANSVILLE (OT) L 2-4 11-7 at Miami W 6-2 11-11 at Dayton (OT) W 2-1 + Budweiser/Children’s Hospital Classic (Akron) (4th place) = Mayor’s Cup IX (Oneonta, N.Y.) (2nd place)

16-3-1 Overall

10-8-2 Overall

1983 Statistics Player Dennis Wesley Neil Ridgway Mark Jackson Gary Mexicotte Bill Roberts Mladen Medancic Drew Dawson Tom House Pat Kenney Nan Chul Shin Kurt Davis Peter Tatley Kim Bucher Tod Johnson Joe Barros Bart Markel Bill Baxter Brad Gorsha BGSU

1984 Statistics

MP/MS 20/20 20/20 19/19 19/0 20/6 15/14 20/20 16/0 20/20 11/1 20/20 17/14 20/20 20/20 18/16 15/7 10/0 2/0 20

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. Kim Bucher (20/20) 1840 BGSU 1840 Opponents 1840

Dennis Wesley (left) congratulates Mark Jackson after one of Jackson’s team-leading 10 goals in the 1983 season. Wesley scored an eye-popping total of 24 goals that season, as BG found the back of the net 72 times in 20 games.

Shots 96 69 81 29 21 42 36 8 10 5 19 3 0 14 1 5 2 2 443

Shots 220 220 443

Svs 106 106 157

G 24 12 10 7 6 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 GA 14 14 72

A 4 17 9 2 2 6 6 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 54

Pts. 52 41 29 16 14 12 12 6 5 4 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 198

GAA SHO Record 0.69 12 16-3-1 0.69 12 16-3-1 3.52 0 3-16-1

Player Mark Jackson Dennis Wesley Gary Mexicotte Larry Valbuena Steve Aleric Kurt Davis Pat Kenney Tod Johnson Nan Chul Shin Pete Tatley Bert Westin Joe Barros Dave Hemsi Dave Scharf Greg Pepe Tim Burns Jim Kinderdine BGSU

MP/MS 20/20 14/10 20/20 20/20 20/5 20/20 20/20 20/20 20/12 20/20 18/16 19/18 6/0 7/0 4/0 3/0 2/0 20

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. Kim Bucher 1718 Terry Ginley 242 BGSU 1960

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Shots 106 49 51 32 21 30 9 16 31 12 17 3 3 0 1 0 0 382

Shots 202 41 243

Svs 98 21 119

G 10 6 5 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 GA 19 5 24

A 2 4 4 3 3 2 3 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 27

Pts. 22 16 14 7 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 91

GAA SHO Record 1.00 6 8-8-2 1.86 0 2-0-0 1.10 6 10-8-2

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1985 & 1986 1985

1986

4-11-4 Overall

OCSA/NA ISAA Mideast/NR Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Drew Dawson, Mark Jackson 9-1 vs. Adelphi (OT) + L 4-5 9-2 vs. Massachusetts + L 2-4 9-7 CREIGHTON & W 2-1 9-8 RICHMOND (OT) & T 2-2 9-13 at UNLV ~ L 1-4 9-14 vs. San Diego State ~ L 0-2 9-21 at Marquette (OT) L 3-4 9-25 EASTERN MICHIGAN W 3-0 9-28 AKRON (OT) T 0-0 10-2 at Notre Dame (OT) T 1-1 10-9 INDIANA (OT) T 3-3 10-13 at Evansville L 0-4 10-20 at Ohio State L 2-3 10-23 CLEVELAND STATE L 0-2 10-26 DAYTON W 8-0 10-30 at Michigan State L 0-1 11-2 WESTERN MICHIGAN L 1-5 11-6 at Central Michigan W 2-0 11-9 MIAMI L 1-2 + Budweiser/Children’s Hospital Classic at Akron (4th place) & Toledo Trust/BGSU Soccer Cup at Perry Stadium (2nd place) ~ UNLV Red Rebel Classic (4th place)

12-6-2 Overall 2-1-1 MASC (2nd)

OCSA/2nd ISAA Great Lakes/6th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Gary Mexicotte, Larry Valbuena 8-30 vs. Wisconsin + W 8-31 vs. Western Kentucky (OT) + T 9-6 LOUISVILLE W 9-13 NORTHWESTERN & W 9-14 WEST VIRGINIA (OT) & W 9-19 at Indiana L 9-24 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 9-27 at Akron L 10-1 NOTRE DAME W 10-5 at Western Michigan (OT) T 10-9 EVANSVILLE L 10-12 at Eastern Michigan W 10-15 at Dayton W 10-19 OHIO STATE W 10-24 at Stetson (OT) ^ W 10-25 vs. North Carolina ^ W 10-30 MICHIGAN STATE W 11-2 MARQUETTE L 11-5 at Cleveland State L 11-8 at Miami L + Akron Budweiser Holiday Classic (1st place) & Toledo Trust/BGSU Soccer Cup (1st place) ^ Florida Invitational Cup (1st place)

1985 Statistics Player Mark Jackson Nan Chul Shin Steve Aleric Drew Dawson Tom Kasten Kevin McGrath Larry Valbuena Brian Zaun-Cook Jon Felton Gary Mexicotte Ron Haines Joey D’Agostino Bertil Westin Roy Sternweiler Rick Childress Dave Scharf Joe Petzker BGSU Goalkeeper Jeff Vincent Terry Ginley BGSU Opponents

Min. 1310 500 1810 1810

MP/MS 19/19 19/19 19/17 19/19 16/5 19/10 18/18 19/8 19/19 18/15 19/15 13/0 13/9 12/0 7/0 16/13 3/3 19

2-1 0-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-2 2-1 2-3 3-1 1-1 1-2 1-0 1-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 0-4 Nan Chul Shin (12) was the Mid-America Soccer Con0-2 ference’s Player of the Year in 1986, leading the team in scoring with seven goals and 16 points that fall.

1986 Statistics Shots 75 32 25 13 25 16 12 6 8 11 4 9 8 3 0 2 0 249

Shots 99 35 134 123

Svs 68 23 91 88

G 14 6 5 2 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 35

A 2 2 3 5 3 1 4 1 1 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 30

Pts. 30 14 13 9 7 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 100

GA GAA SHO Record 31 2.12 3 2-8-3 12 2.16 1 2-3-1 43 2.14 4 4-11-4 35 1.74 5 11-4-4

Player MP/MS Shots Nan Chul Shin 20/20 48 Joe D’Agostino 14/0 15 Tom Kasten 20/5 30 T.J. Casey 20/11 16 Ile Kocevski 20/19 13 Gary Mexicotte 20/20 29 Larry Valbuena 20/20 31 Kevin McGrath 14/8 16 Jon Felton 13/13 10 Ron Haines 20/20 7 Roy Sternweiler 12/0 5 Craig Notarianni 7/1 2 Mickey Loescher 19/19 0 Chris Blike 17/8 8 Joe Petzker 20/20 1 Rich Lane 19/13 0 Brian Cook 20/20 0 John Nekic 4/0 0 Pat Shea 5/0 0 Team BGSU 20 231

G 7 6 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 26

Goalkeeper Min. Mickey Loescher 1796:30 Darren Wyville 101:30 BGSU 1900:00 Opponents 1900:00

GA 21 0 21 26

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Shots 191 8 199 231

Svs 93 4 97 101

A 2 1 4 1 1 5 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26

Pts. 16 13 8 7 7 7 7 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 78

GAA SHO Record 1.05 6 11-6-2 0.00 1 1-0-0 0.99 7 12-6-2 1.23 5 6-12-2

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1987 & 1988 1987

1988

OCSA/2nd ISAA Great Lakes/2nd Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Kevin McGrath, Larry Valbuena 9-1 at Detroit 9-4 at Penn State 9-9 at Central Michigan 9-12 at Louisville 9-16 DAYTON 9-20 INDIANA 9-23 at Ohio State 9-26 EASTERN MICHIGAN 9-29 at Notre Dame (OT) 10-3 ALABAMA A&M % 10-4 IONA % 10-9 CLEVELAND ST. (OT) 10-18 at Marquette (OT) 10-24 AKRON 10-28 at Michigan State (OT) 11-1 WESTERN MICHIGAN 11-4 MIAMI % BGSU Soccer Cup (1st place)

OCSA/NA ISAA Great Lakes/NA Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Jon Felton, Ron Haines, Kevin McGrath 9-3 XAVIER ^ W 9-4 ST. BONAVENTURE ^ W 9-6 CENTRAL MICH. (OT) W 9-10 vs. SIU-Edwardsville % L 9-11 at Illinois State % L 9-16 at Indiana L 9-24 DETROIT W 9-27 NOTRE DAME L 9-30 at Florida International $ L 10-1 vs. South Florida $ L 10-5 EVANSVILLE L 10-8 OHIO STATE W 10-12 at Dayton L 10-16 at Western Michigan (OT) L 10-21 at Akron L 10-26 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) W 10-30 MARQUETTE W 11-2 at Cleveland State L 11-6 at Eastern Michigan W 11-9 at Miami W ^ Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) % ISU Soccer Classic (4th place) $ Southern Bell/FIU Soccer Classic (4th place)

12-5-0 Overall 4-0-0 MASC (1st)

9-11-0 Overall 3-1-0 MASC (2nd)

W W W W W L W W L W W W L L L W W

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

1987 Statistics Player Mike Anticoli Kyle Royer Tom Kasten Kevin McGrath Larry Valbuena Jon Felton T.J. Casey John Nekic Steve Aleric Ron Haines Dave Scharf Pat Shea Ile Kocevski Brian Cook Craig Notarianni Andrew Arthurs Richard Lane Pete Boone Dave Syzdlik Joe D’Agostino BGSU

Larry Valbuena started 75 matches from 1984-87, helping the Falcons to 12 wins in his senior season, including a 4-0-0 MASC record.

1988 Statistics

MP/MS 16/11 17/17 17/14 17/15 17/17 16/14 17/13 11/1 17/15 17/17 12/10 14/0 9/2 17/17 10/8 11/0 10/0 3/0 2/0 1/0 17

Goalkeeper Min. Mickey Loescher 1246:33 Nate Levens 357:27 Will Gordon 6:00 BGSU 1610 Opponents 1610

3-1 7-0 3-2 0-2 0-2 0-3 4-1 1-2 1-2 0-4 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-5 1-0 1-0 0-1 4-2 2-0

Shots 26 41 46 19 21 16 7 10 20 6 9 7 10 11 11 3 2 2 0 0 267

Shots 158 35 0 193 267

Svs 76 18 0 94 128

G 5 4 5 4 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 GA 13 4 0 17 30

A 2 4 1 2 4 5 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 25

Pts. MWG 12 4 12 1 11 2 10 1 8 0 7 1 5 0 5 0 4 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 85 12

GAA SHO Record 0.94 7 10-4-0 1.01 1 2-1-0 0.00 0 0-0-0 0.95 8 12-5-0 1.68 2 5-12-0

Player Mike Anticoli Kyle Royer Chris Iantoni Shaun Howe Rob Hunt Chris Blike Brian Cook John Nekic Brian Drought Jon Felton Roy Sternweiler Joe D’Agostino Ron Haines Tom Kasten Mickey Loescher Dave Scharf T.J. Casey Kevin McGrath Andrew Arthurs Rich Lane Craig Notarianni Sean O’Brien BGSU

MP/MS 20/20 20/20 20/16 14/11 20/15 20/20 20/20 16/1 15/1 13/11 8/5 12/0 20/20 12/7 20/20 17/10 14/10 9/1 19/12 4/4 7/3 1/0 20

Shots 44 51 28 14 25 28 15 7 2 9 7 4 8 16 0 2 13 0 8 1 3 0 285

Goalkeeper Min. SOG Mickey Loescher (20/20) 1860:00 122 BGSU 1860:00 122 Opponents 1860:00 129

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Svs 92 92 99

G 7 3 4 4 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 GA 30 30 30

A 3 11 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 3 3 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 39

Pts. MWG 17 3 17 0 11 1 10 1 9 1 6 1 5 1 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 9

GAA SHO Record 1.45 5 9-11-0 1.45 5 9-11-0 1.45 8 11-9-0

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1989 & 1990 1989

1990

12-3-3 Overall 3-0-1 MASC (1st)

OCSA/2nd ISAA Great Lakes/4th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Andrew Arthurs, Greg Murphy, Kyle Royer 9-2 at Central Michigan (OT) T 9-10 at Georgetown W 9-17 INDIANA L 9-20 EASTERN MICHIGAN W 9-23 vs. James Madison (OT) √ T 9-24 at Wright State (OT) √ L 9-30 at Marquette (OT) T 10-3 at Detroit W 10-7 MEMPHIS STATE ø W 10-8 UW-GREEN BAY ø W 10-11 MIAMI W 10-14 DAYTON W 10-18 at Ohio State W 10-22 AKRON L 10-25 at Michigan State W 10-29 at Notre Dame W 11-3 CLEVELAND STATE W 11-5 WESTERN MICHIGAN W √ Met Life/WSU Soccer Classic (3rd place) Andrew Arthurs was a BGSU captain in both 1989 and ø Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) 1990. The ’89 Falcons went 12-3-3 overall and won 10 of the final 11 matches.

1989 Statistics Player Rob Martella Kyle Royer Ken Sorensen Brian Ferguson Bob Boyle Chris Iantoni Steve Cain Andrew Arthurs Brian Bonham Brian Lord Brian Drought Rob Hunt Jim Konrad Chris Williams Mickey Loescher Ryan Dell Patrick Shea Aaron Melton Ronni Banks T.J. Casey Kerry Zobel Roy Sternweiler BGSU Opponents

0-0 1-0 1-2 6-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 5-1 3-1 2-1 2-0 3-0 1-0 3-4 2-1 1-0 4-2 2-0

OCSA/NA ISAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Andrew Arthurs, Mickey Loescher, Kyle Royer 9-2 vs. Syracuse ^ W 2-0 9-3 vs. Siena ^ W 5-0 9-8 OHIO STATE W 2-1 9-11 at Dayton L 0-1 9-14 at Indiana L 1-4 9-19 CENTRAL MICHIGAN L 1-2 9-22 BROOKLYN $ L 1-2 9-23 TULSA $ L 0-1 9-26 at Eastern Michigan W 3-0 9-29 MARQUETTE L 0-1 10-5 vs. Dartmouth # L 0-1 10-6 vs. New Mexico (OT) # T 1-1 10-10 at Miami L 1-2 10-13 at Akron L 1-4 10-16 DETROIT W 2-0 10-19 DePAUL (OT) W 1-0 10-24 MICHIGAN STATE L 0-1 10-27 at Western Michigan W 3-0 10-29 WRIGHT STATE (OT) T 1-1 11-4 at Cleveland State L 1-2 ^ Maine Kick Off Tournament (1st place) $ Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) # Women’s Federal Savings Bank Classic @ Cleve. St. (3rd Place)

1990 Statistics

MP/MS 18/18 18/18 16/13 18/18 16/6 18/18 18/0 18/18 16/15 18/18 9/0 17/0 12/3 18/18 17/17 18/18 12/0 4/0 3/0 3/0 1/0 1/0 18 18

Goalkeeper Min. Mickey Loescher 1486:55 Greg Murphy 253:05 BGSU 1740:00

7-11-2 Overall 2-2-0 MASC (3rd)

Shots 40 30 32 19 12 19 19 15 5 9 2 9 0 17 0 0 7 2 0 0 0 0 237 174

Shots 155 19 174

Svs 74 7 81

G 11 6 7 2 5 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 15 GA 13 2 15

A 8 6 2 10 1 6 1 1 4 3 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 51 14

Pts. MWG 30 4 18 2 16 3 14 1 11 1 8 0 5 0 5 1 4 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 125 12 44 3

GAA SHO Record 0.79 8 12-2-3 0.71 0 0-1-0 0.78 8 12-3-3

Player Rob Martella Chris Williams Brian Ferguson Bob Boyle Ken Sorensen Kyle Royer Chris Iantoni Carlos Arzabe Andrew Arthurs Steve Cain Brian Lord Brian Bonham Jim Konrad Ryan Dell Mike Kelly Tom Kinney Kerry Zobel Mark Dorenkott BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 20/20 20/20 20/19 18/15 15/12 19/14 19/18 12/1 20/20 18/3 20/19 8/7 14/11 15/15 11/0 15/7 4/0 3/0 20 20

Goalkeeper Min. Greg Murphy 1872:00 Kevin Hughes 18:00 BGSU 1890:00 Opponents 1890:00

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Shots 65 27 35 33 35 24 34 4 18 12 8 6 2 0 3 10 0 0 322 198

Shots 79 0 79 148

Svs 55 0 55 122

G 11 5 2 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 24 GA 24 0 24 26

A 3 1 6 1 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 24 20

Pts. MWG 25 2 11 1 10 2 7 1 6 1 6 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 7 68 11

GAA SHO Record 1.15 6 7-11-2 0.00 0 0-0-0 1.14 6 7-11-2 1.24 5 11-7-2

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1991 & 1992 1991

1992

OCSA/1st ISAA Great Lakes/5th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Chris Iantoni, Rob Martella, Chris Williams 9-7 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (OT) ^ T 1-1 9-8 at Lehigh ^ W 2-0 9-13 LIBERTY # W 1-0 9-14 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO # W 6-1 9-18 CINCINNATI W 2-0 9-21 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 3-1 9-25 at Ohio State W 1-0 9-28 at Marquette (OT) W 1-0 9-29 at DePaul W 1-0 10-2 MIAMI W 1-0 10-5 at Central Michigan W 3-0 10-13 INDIANA L 0-2 10-16 at Detroit W 1-0 10-19 EASTERN MICHIGAN W 3-1 10-23 at Michigan State (OT) T 0-0 10-26 DAYTON W 4-1 10-30 AKRON L 2-4 11-3 at Cleveland State W 3-0 11-9 EASTERN MICHIGAN $ W 5-1 11-10 MIAMI $ W 2-0 ^ Lehigh/Chrysler First Soccer International (1st place) # Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) $ MASC Tournament (1st place)

OCSA/1st ISAA Great Lakes/1st ISAA National/9th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Tom Kinney, Rob Martella, Chris Williams 9-5 vs. UW-Milwaukee (OT) ^ T 9-6 at Wisconsin (OT) ^ W 9-12 LAFAYETTE # W 9-13 W. KENTUCKY # W 9-16 at Cincinnati W 9-20 at Miami W 9-23 OHIO STATE W 9-26 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 9-30 at Eastern Michigan W 10-4 CLEVELAND STATE W 10-7 MARQUETTE W 10-11 at Indiana W 10-14 at Dayton W 10-18 DETROIT W 10-23 at Akron L 10-25 at Western Michigan W 11-1 MICHIGAN STATE W 11-15 at Saint Louis $ L ^ UW/Rocky Rococo Soccer Classic (1st place) # Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) $ NCAA Tournament (First Round)

16-2-2 Overall 4-0-0 MASC (1st)

15-2-1 Overall 4-1-0 MASC (2nd)

1991 Statistics Player Rob Martella Tom Kinney Ken Sorensen Chris Iantoni Ryan Dell Bob Boyle Derek Schorejs Steve Cain Chris Williams Pepe Aragon Justen Harman Mark Dorenkott Mike Kelly Tim Concannon Brian Bonham Greg Murphy Brian Lord Matt Smith Frank Frostino Mark Heckler Kevin Hughes BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 19/19 20/20 19/13 20/20 20/17 18/11 18/1 19/18 20/20 20/20 8/0 10/1 13//2 14/0 20/20 16/16 18/18 4/0 7/0 4/0 5/4 20 20

1-1 2-1 2-0 3-0 3-2 3-0 2-0 2-0 5-1 4-2 5-2 2-1 1-0 3-1 0-1 7-1 3-0 1-2

Rob Martella, shown here on the cover of the 1991 BGSU media guide, indeed became an All American. He capped off his career with 36 points in 1992, helping the Falcons to the NCAA Tournament. Martella still holds the school record for career goals, with 45.

1992 Statistics Shots 68 39 38 40 24 31 8 38 36 3 5 3 16 5 24 1 6 1 6 0 0 392 236

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Svs Greg Murphy (16/16) 1489:22 76 66 Kevin Hughes (5/4) 400:38 17 15 BGSU 1890:00 93 81 Opponents 1890:00 176 134 Murphy & Hughes combined on one shutout

G 9 6 6 3 4 4 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 12 GA 10 2 12 42

A 6 7 6 12 8 4 5 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 59 12

Pts. MWG 24 5 19 4 18 2 18 1 16 1 12 1 7 1 7 0 6 1 4 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 16 36 2

GAA SHO Record 0.60 10 13-2-1 0.45 3 3-0-1 0.57 12 16-2-2 2.00 2 2-16-2

Player Rob Martella Bob Boyle Brian Ferguson Tom Kinney Ryan McCue Ryan Dell Chris Williams Mike Kelly Frank Frostino Derek Schorejs Justen Harman John Sgro Brian Lord Brian Bonham Dan Traver Pepe Aragon Brian Hyde Quinton Martin Tim Concannon David Michels BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 18/18 18/18 18/18 17/17 17/1 18/18 18/18 18/18 18/17 9/0 13/0 5/0 18/18 13/1 18/18 18/18 2/0 1/0 2/0 4/0 18 18

Shots 68 40 35 33 19 25 28 30 21 1 9 4 12 7 0 0 0 0 0 5 337 194

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Dan Traver (18/18) 1680:00 89 BGSU 1680:00 89 Opponents 1680:00 168

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Svs 74 74 119

G 14 8 5 1 4 3 4 4 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 15 GA 15 15 49

A 8 6 12 12 3 5 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 63 20

Pts. MWG 36 5 22 2 22 3 14 0 11 1 11 0 10 1 10 0 6 1 4 0 4 1 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 161 15 50 2

GAA SHO Record 0.80 7 15-2-1 0.80 7 15-2-1 2.63 1 2-15-1

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1993 & 1994 1993

1994

OCSA/3rd ISAA Great Lakes/9th Interim Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Brian Ferguson, Mike Kelly, Tom Kinney 9-4 DEPAUL ^ W 9-5 KENTUCKY ^ W 9-12 at Central Michigan * W 9-17 at Western Kentucky # W 9-19 vs. UAB # W 9-22 at Ohio State L 9-26 CINCINNATI W 9-29 at Western Michigan (OT) * W 10-3 MARQUETTE L 10-6 at Detroit L 10-10 INDIANA L 10-13 EASTERN MICHIGAN * W 10-17 NOTRE DAME L 10-20 MIAMI * W 10-24 AKRON * L 10-27 at Cleveland State W 10-31 at Michigan State L ^ Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) # WKU-Mitre Classic (1st place) * MAC match

OCSA/2nd ISAA Great Lakes/7th Coach - Gary Palmisano Captains - Dave Michels, Dan Traver 9-3 vs. Loyola (Md.) @ L 2-3 9-5 vs. Coastal Carolina @ W 3-1 9-10 DAYTON ^ W 4-0 9-11 SOUTHERN INDIANA ^ W 3-2 9-14 OHIO STATE W 2-0 9-18 WESTERN KENTUCKY W 5-1 9-23 CENTRAL MICHIGAN * W 6-1 9-28 WESTERN MICHIGAN * W 4-0 10-2 at Marquette L 0-1 10-5 DETROIT W 2-1 10-9 at Indiana L 0-1 10-14 at Akron (OT) * L 1-2 10-16 at Notre Dame L 1-3 10-19 at Eastern Michigan * W 1-0 10-22 at Miami (OT) * T 1-1 10-26 CLEVELAND ST. (OT) W 2-1 10-30 MICHIGAN STATE W 3-0 11-4 vs. Eastern Michigan $ W 5-1 11-5 at Akron $ W 1-0 11-6 vs. Miami (OT) $ L 1-3 @ Akron Children’s Hospital Medical Center Classic (2nd place) ^ Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) * MAC match $ MAC Tournament; Akron, Ohio (2nd place)

10-7-0 Overall 4-1-0 MAC (2nd)

13-6-1 Overall 3-1-1 MAC (3rd)

2-0 5-2 4-0 3-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 3-1 1-2 0-2 2-5 3-2 1-2 3-2 1-2 2-1 1-6

1993 Statistics Player Tom Kinney Tim Concannon Steve Klein Ryan McCue Mike Kelly Brian Ferguson Tony Dore Michael James Joe Burch Frank Frostino Jamie Harmon Dave Michels Peter Kolp Dan Traver Brian Glibkowski Ben Gilchrest Brian Dorenkott Andy Penoff Ryan Williams Barry Schnell Josh Baker Dave Kindl BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 17/17 17/11 16/14 16/12 17/13 17/17 17/8 17/9 17/17 17/17 16/1 17/17 13/0 16/16 17/17 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 3/1 4/0 7/0 17 17

Tom Kinney was one of BGSU’s inaugural All-MAC selections, earning the honor in 1993. Kinney, a team tri-captain that fall, led the Falcons with 10 goals and 25 points.

1994 Statistics Shots 47 33 27 33 18 33 17 16 12 16 10 6 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 277 289

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Dan Traver (16/16) 1398:20 114 Barry Schnell (3/1) 108:14 9 Ryan Williams (1/0) 53:26 6 BGSU 1560:00 129 Opponents 1560:00 109 * one shared shutout

SOG 26 12 14 11 8 13 8 4 3 4 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 109 129 Svs 89 7 3 99 75

G 10 5 4 4 4 0 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 30 GA 25 2 3 30 34

A 5 2 4 4 3 8 1 4 1 2 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 34

Pts. 25 12 12 12 11 8 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 113 94

MWG 2 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 7

GAA SHO Record 1.61 3 10-6-0 1.66 0 0-1-0 5.05 0 0-0-0 1.73 4 * 10-7-0 1.96 1 7-10-0

Player MP/MS Joe Burch 20/19 Steve Klein 20/19 David Kindl 20/1 Frank Frostino 20/19 Jason Began 19/19 Tim Concannon 20/19 Brian Glibkowski 20/19 Jon Giganti 19/1 Jamie Harmon 20/14 Jason Follebout 9/1 Dave Michels 20/19 Peter Kolp 20/20 Chuck Ashton 4/1 Brandon Pelton 5/0 Duane Ely 15/6 Michael James 19/0 Dan Kindl 13/2 Andy Penoff 3/0 Andy Carl 4/2 Brian Hyde 4/1 Ryan Evans 14/1 Dan Traver 19/18 Tony Dore 19/19 BGSU 20 Opponents 20

Shots SOG 71 37 65 27 42 15 41 16 38 15 32 9 20 8 9 4 26 8 10 7 2 0 10 4 1 1 4 1 15 8 21 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 1 1 416 170 276 103

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Dan Traver (19/18) 1767:00 88 Andy Carl (4/2) 153:00 15 BGSU 1920:00 103 Opponents 1920:00 170

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Svs 71 10 81 123

G 13 7 8 5 2 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 22 GA 17 5 22 47

A 6 17 4 10 7 4 5 4 3 1 3 3 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 18

Pts. 32 31 20 20 11 10 9 8 7 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 166 62

MWG 2 2 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6

GAA SHO Record 0.87 6 13-4-1 2.94 0 0-2-0 1.03 6 13-6-1 2.20 1 6-13-1

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1995 & 1996 1995

1996

OCSA/1st ISAA Great Lakes/3rd ISAA National/19th Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Joe Burch, Steve Klein, Dave Michels 9-2 vs. New Hampshire @ W 2-0 9-4 vs. West Virginia (OT) @ W 6-2 9-10 XAVIER W 3-0 9-15 vs. UW-Green Bay ^ W 1-0 9-17 vs. SMU ^ L 1-2 9-20 at Ohio State W 2-0 9-24 at Western Kentucky W 5-3 9-30 DETROIT % W 1-0 10-1 MARQUETTE % W 3-0 10-6 at Kentucky * Ppd. 10-8 INDIANA W 2-1 10-11 at Michigan State (OT) T 1-1 10-15 AKRON * L 0-1 10-18 CINCINNATI W 3-1 10-22 MIAMI * W 2-0 10-25 EASTERN MICHIGAN * W 3-1 10-29 at Western Michigan * W 3-0 10-31 at Kentucky (OT) * T 0-0 11-4 vs. Kentucky (2-OT) ! W 1-0 11-5 vs. Akron ! W 2-0 11-12 DAVIDSON ## W 3-1 11-19 at Wisconsin $ L 0-2 @ Akron Acme Soccer Classic (1st place) ^ Creighton Classic (2nd place) % Kwik Goal/BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) * MAC match ! MAC Tournament at Kalamazoo, Mich. ## NCAA Play-In $ NCAA Tournament (First Round)

OCSA/1st NSCAA Great Lakes/2nd NSCAA National/17th Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Joe Burch, Tony Dore, Steve Klein 8-31 MEMPHIS (OT) T 1-1 9-7 vs. Vermont < W 1-0 9-8 at New Hampshire < W 1-0 9-14 vs. C. Connecticut State ÷ W 4-0 9-15 vs. George Washington ÷ W 4-2 9-20 at Fresno State (OT) µ L 1-2 9-22 vs. SMU µ L 1-2 9-25 at Detroit (OT) L 1-3 9-29 E. ILLINOIS (OT) W 2-1 10-2 at Xavier (OT) W 2-1 10-6 KENTUCKY * W 3-0 10-9 MICHIGAN STATE W 3-0 10-13 at Indiana W 2-0 10-18 at Akron * W 2-1 10-23 OHIO STATE W 3-0 10-27 at Miami * W 2-0 10-30 at Eastern Michigan * W 5-1 11-1 DAYTON W 8-1 11-3 WESTERN MICHIGAN * W 8-0 11-16 EASTERN MICHIGAN •• W 1-0 11-17 KENTUCKY •• W 4-0 11-23 DETROIT $ W 4-0 12-1 at Indiana $$ L 0-2 < UNH Pepsi/Nike Classic (1st place) ÷ MU Kelme Invitational; Oxford, Ohio (1st place) µ Umbro Goal Rush Classic (4th place) * MAC match •• MAC Tournament $ NCAA Tourn. (1st Round) $$ NCAA Tourn. (2nd Round)

16-3-2 Overall 3-1-1 MAC (T-2nd)

18-4-1 Overall 5-0-0 MAC (1st)

1995 Statistics Player Steve Klein Joe Burch Dave Kindl Jason Began Peter Kolp Dan Kindl Jason Follebout Darren Niles Tony Dore Jon Giganti Brandon Pelton Jamie Harmon Duane Ely Chuck Ashton Scott Vallow Dave Michels Brett Strang Andy Carl Brian Hyde Ryan Evans Mark Michalak Andy Penoff BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 20/20 21/21 21/13 21/21 20/18 20/20 16/9 15/2 21/21 21/10 18/2 21/10 10/1 13/1 20/20 21/21 21/18 3/1 4/0 5/0 7/1 7/1 21 21

Steve Klein capped an incredible career at BGSU by scoring 50 points to help the Falcons to the NCAA Tournament in 1996. Klein, a BGSU Hall of Famer, still holds the school career records for assists (45) and points (119).

1996 Statistics

Shots 59 52 34 37 26 48 28 24 2 10 7 40 7 10 0 3 9 0 1 1 0 2 400 268

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Scott Vallow (20/20) 1893:37 65 Andy Carl (3/1) 122:30 7 BGSU 2016:07 72 Opponents 2016:07 149 Vallow & Carl combined on one shutout

SOG 26 18 17 12 11 15 9 10 1 3 2 13 2 4 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 149 72 Svs 54 3 57 105

G 8 9 8 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 15 GA 11 4 15 44

A 10 6 1 9 6 4 2 3 3 3 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 58 20

Pts. 26 24 17 17 12 10 8 7 5 5 4 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 146 50

MWG 2 3 4 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3

GAA SHO Record 0.52 10 15-3-2 2.94 0 1-0-0 0.67 11 16-3-2 1.96 3 3-16-2

Player Steve Klein Dave Kindl Jason Began Joe Burch Chris Dore Dan Kindl Jason Bryant Tim Ashton Mark Michalak Bobby Biggs Tony Dore Peter Kolp Jamie Harmon Brett Strang Brian Glibkowski Jon Giganti Ryan Evans Brandon Pelton Darren Niles Kevin Jackson Ty Fowler Scott Vallow BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 23/23 22/5 20/19 23/23 23/21 22/22 19/0 20/13 23/23 16/0 23/23 20/18 23/1 22/22 20/9 20/7 6/0 11/0 15/0 14/1 3/0 23/23 23 23

Shots 89 59 65 75 49 28 10 15 7 10 5 9 14 13 11 2 1 7 10 4 0 0 494 306

SOG 44 30 23 22 20 6 3 7 5 5 3 3 5 3 4 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 194 106

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Svs Scott Vallow (23/23) 2175:20 104 87 Ty Fowler (3/0) 44:40 2 2 BGSU 2220:00 106 89 Opponents 2220:00 194 131 Vallow & Fowler combined on two shutouts

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G 18 11 7 5 8 1 2 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 63 17 GA 17 0 17 63

A 14 7 12 9 3 8 5 3 9 2 4 5 2 2 3 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 94 22

Pts. 50 29 26 19 19 10 9 9 9 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 220 56

MWG 7 3 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 4

GAA SHO Record 0.70 10 18-4-1 0.00 0 0-0-0 0.69 12 18-4-1 2.55 1 4-18-1

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1997 & 1998 1997

1998

OCSA/1st NSCAA Great Lakes/2nd NSCAA National/15th Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Jason Began, Dan Kindl, Brett Strang 8-30 vs. St. Bonaventure + W 2-0 8-31 vs. Northeastern + L 1-2 9-6 at Memphis @ W 5-0 9-7 vs. South Alabama @ W 2-1 9-13 DAYTON L 0-1 9-20 vs. Indiana # L 0-1 9-21 at Butler # W 3-2 9-25 at Detroit W 3-0 9-28 at Eastern Illinois W 4-0 10-3 at Akron * W 1-0 10-5 at Marshall * L 0-1 10-10 at Kentucky * L 1-2 10-12 MIAMI * W 7-0 10-15 XAVIER W 3-0 10-19 at Michigan State W 3-1 10-24 WESTERN MICHIGAN * W 5-0 10-26 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * W 4-3 11-2 at Eastern Michigan * W 3-2 11-6 vs. Northern Illinois •• W 4-1 11-7 vs. Kentucky •• W 1-0 11-9 vs. Akron •• W 1-0 11-15 COLGATE $ W 2-0 11-22 at Marquette $$ W 1-0 11-30 at Indiana $$$ L 0-4 + Zip Soccer Classic (1st place) @ Memphis Classic (1st place) # Nike/Snickers SoccerFest (2nd place) at Indianapolis, Ind. * MAC match •• MAC Tournament (1st place) at Oxford, Ohio $ NCAA Play-In $$ NCAA Tournament (First Round) $$$ NCAA Tournament (Second Round)

OCSA/4th NSCAA Great Lakes/8th Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Chris Doré, Darren Niles, Scott Vallow 9-1 DETROIT W 2-1 9-4 vs. Furman + L 0-1 9-6 vs. Evansville + W 1-0 9-11 at Dayton W 1-0 9-13 at Ohio State (2OT) T 1-1 9-20 BRADLEY L 0-1 9-26 vs. George Mason # L 0-2 9-27 at Loyola (Md.) # L 0-2 10-2 AKRON (2OT) * T 0-0 10-4 BUFFALO (OT) * L 1-2 10-9 at Western Michigan * W 1-0 10-11 at Northern Illinois (OT) * L 2-3 10-16 EASTERN MICHIGAN * W 3-0 10-18 MICHIGAN STATE W 3-0 10-23 at Miami * W 2-0 10-25 at Kentucky * L 0-1 10-30 MARSHALL * W 1-0 11-6 vs. Marshall •• W 2-0 11-8 at Kentucky (2OT) •• W 2-0 11-14 at Akron •• L 1-4 + Ohio State/Nike Classic (3rd place) # Loyola Fila Cl. (3rd place) * MAC match •• MAC Tournament (2nd place) Quarterfinals and semifinals in Lexington, Kentucky Championship game at top remaining seed (Akron)

18-6-0 Overall 5-2-0 MAC (T-2nd)

10-8-2 Overall 4-3-1 MAC (4th)

1997 Statistics Player Bobby Biggs Chris Dore Zac Olson Jason Began Darren Niles Brandon Pelton Ryan Schwaigert Brett Strang Nick Kolliniatis Chris Kraft Fred Degand Kevin Jackson Dan Kindl Mark Michalak Jason Bryant Vetus Syracuse Brian Glibkowski Jon Giganti Scott Vallow Ty Fowler BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 23/11 24/24 24/8 23/23 23/0 21/2 23/14 24/24 21/14 19/0 23/10 24/24 24/24 24/24 24/24 12/0 19/10 24/4 23/23 2/1 24 24

Shots 30 82 26 64 29 22 27 23 32 5 18 12 14 12 10 6 6 7 0 0 428 342

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Scott Vallow (23/23) 2013:35 119 Ty Fowler (2/1) 146:25 8 BGSU 2160:00 127 Opponents 2160:00 185

SOG 16 39 16 20 13 13 9 12 11 2 7 5 5 2 4 4 2 2 0 0 185 127 Svs 100 6 106 129

Jason Began was named to both the Academic AllMAC Team and the MAC’s All-Tournament Team in every season possible. He was a three-time academic all-conference selection (freshmen are not eligible), and was named to the league’s all-tourney squad three times as well (a team was not named in 1995). Began was part of three NCAA tournament teams.

1998 Statistics G 9 5 7 3 5 6 4 5 3 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 56 21 GA 19 2 21 56

A 4 9 5 11 5 2 6 3 6 5 2 2 6 6 2 1 1 2 1 0 79 24

Pts. 22 19 19 17 15 14 14 13 12 7 6 6 6 6 4 3 3 2 1 0 191 66

MWG 6 2 2 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 6

GAA SHO Record 0.85 12 16-6-0 1.23 0 2-0-0 0.88 12 18-6-0 2.33 4 6-18-0

Player Nick Kolliniatis Chris Dore Bobby Biggs Fred Degand Darren Niles Zac Olson Chris Kraft Matt Lyons Kevin Jackson Jason Bryant Mike Tinajero Tommy Thomas Tony Malik Kevin Wisniewski Adam Schokora Detrick Matthews Scott Vallow Adam Erhard Gene Braxton Ben Vaccaro Vetus Syracuse Matt Johnson Ty Fowler BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 20/20 20/20 20/12 20/19 19/19 19/4 19/3 19/16 20/20 20/20 17/1 17/12 20/4 18/1 15/9 15/3 20/20 18/17 11/0 8/0 2/0 1/0 1/0 20 20

Shots 22 58 27 23 13 7 9 9 10 12 5 12 20 10 5 4 0 17 5 1 0 0 0 269 232

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Scott Vallow (20/20) 1860:57 97 Ty Fowler (1/0) 43:00 1 BGSU 1903:57 98 Opponents 1903:57 103

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SOG 10 20 12 8 5 5 4 4 5 4 2 6 10 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 103 98 Svs 79 1 80 80

G 5 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 18 GA 18 0 18 23

A 3 3 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 17

Pts. 13 11 9 8 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 68 53

MWG 1 2 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 8

GAA SHO Record 0.87 10 10-8-1 0.00 0 0-0-1 0.85 10 10-8-2 1.09 6 8-10-2

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 1999 & 2000 1999

2000

OCSA/6th NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Jason Bryant, Chris Dore, Kevin Jackson 9-1 DAYTON W 3-1 9-4 W. KENTUCKY + W 1-0 9-5 DePAUL + W 2-0 9-11 at Bradley # L 1-4 9-12 vs. Tulsa # L 2-4 9-18 vs. UCF @ L 3-4 9-19 vs. Xavier @ L 2-3 9-24 vs. Penn State (2OT) & L 0-1 9-26 vs. SMU & L 1-2 10-3 KENTUCKY * L 0-1 10-8 BUCKNELL W 5-1 10-10 WESTERN MICH. (2OT) * T 1-1 10-15 at Marshall (2OT) * W 2-1 10-17 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * W 4-1 10-22 at Akron * L 0-1 10-24 at Buffalo (OT) * W 3-2 10-27 OAKLAND L 0-1 10-31 at Eastern Michigan (OT) * W 3-2 11-5 at Northern Illinois •• L 2-4 + BGSU Soccer Classic (1st place) # Holiday Inn City Centre Classic (4th place) at Peoria, Illinois @ Global Soccer Classic (4th place) at Rochester, Mich. & FIU Golden Panther Classic (3rd place) at Miami, Fla. * MAC match •• MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

OCSA/5th NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Mel Mahler 9-2 vs. SW Missouri State ! L 1-2 9-3 at Creighton ! L 1-2 9-9 vs. UW-Green Bay @ L 1-2 9-10 at UW-Milwaukee @ W 3-1 9-14 at Detroit W 2-1 9-20 at Dayton L 1-3 9-23 OHIO STATE # Ccd. 9-24 VANDERBILT # L 1-2 9-28 MICHIGAN W 2-0 10-6 at Northern Illinois * L 0-1 10-11 at Western Michigan * W 2-0 10-14 MARSHALL * W 1-0 10-17 at Oakland W 2-1 10-20 at Kentucky (OT) * L 1-2 10-27 BUFFALO * W 3-0 10-29 AKRON * W 2-1 10-31 MICHIGAN STATE (2OT) T 1-1 11-5 at Buffalo •• W 1-0 11-12 KENTUCKY •• L 0-1 ! Creighton/Diadora Challenge (3rd place) @ UW-Milwaukee Coca-Cola Classic (3rd place) # BGSU Diadora Classic (4th place) * MAC match •• MAC Tournament

8-10-1 Overall 4-2-1 MAC (3rd)

9-8-1 Overall 4-2-0 MAC (T-1st)

1999 Statistics Player Chris Dore Bobby Biggs Tony Malik Gene Braxton Matt Lyons Kevin Wisniewski Detrick Matthews Fred Degand Tommy Thomas Adam Erhard Mike Tinajero Jason Bryant Zac Olson Ben Vaccaro Kevin Jackson Chris Kraft Ty Fowler Matt Leardini Justin Follebout Matt Johnson BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 19/19 19/18 19/13 19/2 19/11 19/15 19/13 17/16 19/19 16/16 16/1 18/17 17/6 17/1 19/19 16/4 19/19 7/0 4/0 3/0 19 19

Chris Dore scored a team-high 26 points en route to All-MAC First-Team honors in 1999. Dore is one of five field players ranked among the BGSU career top10 on all three major lists (goals, assists and points).

2000 Statistics Shots 64 34 25 18 12 9 10 15 18 10 7 23 14 7 3 2 0 1 1 1 274 272

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Ty Fowler (19/19) 1812:22 139 BGSU 1812:22 139 Opponents 1812:22 138

SOG 30 19 11 13 6 4 7 8 7 3 3 11 9 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 138 139 Svs 95 95 103

G 9 6 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 34 GA 34 34 35

A 8 6 2 2 3 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 28

Pts. 26 18 8 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 102 96

MWG 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 10

GAA SHO Record 1.69 2 8-10-1 1.69 2 8-10-1 1.74 4 10-8-1

Player Matt Lyons Fred Degand Adam Erhard Detrick Matthews Gene Braxton Tommy Thomas Chris Kraft P.J. Behan Ben Vaccaro Zac Olson Kevin Wisniewski Scott Tilford Dave DeGraff Tony Malik Adam Schokora Matt Leardini Tim Butler Mike Tinajero Matt Martinka Mike Began BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 17/17 15/15 17/17 18/18 18/8 18/18 18/18 16/13 18/8 13/13 18/6 14/0 18/18 18/18 8/5 15/0 9/0 9/0 13/6 1/0 18 18

Shots 27 33 23 26 23 27 12 18 12 13 16 4 0 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 242 264

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. SOGF Dave DeGraff (18/18) 1553:08 95 Mike Began (1/0) 102:05 7 BGSU 1655:13 108 * Opponents 1655:13 100 * includes six ‘team saves’

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SOG 14 9 6 11 13 14 4 8 5 4 8 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 100 108 Svs 76 6 88 * 75

G 5 4 0 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 20 GA 19 1 20 25

A 8 4 8 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 16

Pts. 18 12 8 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 56

MWG 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 8

GAA SHO Record 1.10 5 9-8-0 0.88 0 0-0-1 1.09 5 9-8-1 1.36 2 8-9-1

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2001 & 2002 2001

2002

OCSA/5th NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Mel Mahler Captains - Tony Malik, Detrick Matthews, Ben Vaccaro, Kevin Wisnewski 9-9 at Ohio State L 0-4 9-17 at Michigan State W 3-1 9-22 CANISIUS (2OT) ! T 0-0 9-23 UW-MILWAUKEE (2OT) ! W 1-0 9-28 at Akron * L 1-2 9-30 at Buffalo (OT) * W 1-0 10-5 KENTUCKY * L 1-3 10-7 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * L 0-1 10-11 at Michigan W 1-0 10-14 at Marshall * L 0-1 10-17 at Cincinnati W 3-1 10-19 OHIO WESLEYAN (OT) L 0-1 10-26 at Cleveland State W 2-0 10-28 DETROIT L 2-3 11-4 WESTERN MICHIGAN * W 1-0 11-9 vs. Buffalo (3OT) •• W 1-0 11-11 vs. Kentucky •• L 0-1 ! BGSU/Diadora Challenge (1st) * MAC match •• MAC Tournament (Akron, Ohio)

OCSA/NR NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Mel Mahler Captain - Matt Leardini 8-31 at St. Bonaventure ! 9-1 vs. Pittsburgh ! 9-7 SAINT FRANCIS (PA) @ 9-8 DUQUESNE @ 9-11 at Detroit 9-14 at Oakland 9-20 OHIO STATE (OT) 9-22 at Xavier 9-27 at Kentucky * 9-29 BUFFALO * 10-6 at Northern Illinois * 10-9 at Michigan 10-18 at Western Michigan * 10-20 MARSHALL (OT) * 10-25 IPFW 10-27 AKRON * 11-1 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) 11-3 CLEVELAND STATE 11-15 KENTUCKY # 11-17 AKRON # ! St. Bonaventure Classic @ Diadora Classic # MAC Tournament

8-8-1 Overall 2-4-0 MAC (5th)

6-13-0 Overall 4-1-0 MAC (T-1st)

2001 Statistics Player Detrick Matthews Matt Leardini Jon Hundley Tony Malik Tim Butler Burt Weaver Ben Vaccaro P.J. Behan Damion Bennett Scott Tilford Matt Martinka Ricky Harper Richie Francis Jonathan Wells Kevin Wisniewski Joshua Racette Jordan Bell Nnamdi Ihemelu Deryck Freudeman Charlie Archibald Dave DeGraff BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 17/17 17/17 14/7 17/17 13/6 16/2 16/16 11/9 16/16 15/5 16/16 15/12 15/11 15/8 11/6 11/1 1/1 6/1 8/1 6/1 17/17 17 17

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Dave DeGraff (17/17) BGSU Opponents * includes two “team saves”

L 1-3 L 0-1 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 0-4 Ccd. W 3-0 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 3-2 W 2-1 L 1-4

The awards just kept rolling in for Tony Malik in 2001. An All-MAC First-Team selection, he also was named to the MAC’s All-Tournament Team. Off the pitch, Malik was named the Falcon Club’s Senior Student-Athlete of the Year, and was the MAC’s male recipient of the Bob James Memorial Scholarship.

2002 Statistics Shots 35 13 20 16 12 12 16 17 15 11 8 8 7 6 5 4 2 1 1 1 0 210 272

Min. 1635:01 1635:01 1635:01

SOG 16 5 4 6 6 5 7 4 6 5 3 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 74 106 Svs 86 88 * 74

G 6 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 17

A 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 18

Pts. 13 6 5 5 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 52

MWG 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8

GA GAA SHO Record 18 0.99 7 8-8-1 18 0.99 7 8-8-1 17 0.94 6 8-8-1

Player Paul Dhaliwal Paul Seip Robert Aouad Eric Duda Francisco Sanchez Matt Leardini Ben Monnette Cory Stevens Deryck Freudeman Matt Martinka Adrian Akpan Damion Bennett Dave Belfort Nnamdi Ihemelu Andres Marques Scott Tilford Ryan Baird David DeGraff BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) David DeGraff (19/19) Jim McCarthy (1/0) BGSU Opponents

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MP/MS 18/15 19/19 19/12 16/15 19/10 19/19 19/18 18/17 19/7 17/17 18/15 17/16 15/3 5/0 12/3 8/4 4/0 19/19 19 19

Shots 24 16 8 14 14 7 11 8 11 1 14 9 1 4 3 2 0 0 147 277

Min. 1731:48 13:42 1745:30 1745:30

SOG 11 6 6 11 7 2 5 4 4 1 4 4 0 4 2 0 0 0 71 131 Svs 87 1 93 * 52

G 4 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 40

A 2 6 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 21 38

Pts. 10 10 6 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 61 118

MWG 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 13

GA GAA SHO Record 39 2.03 2 6-13-0 1 6.57 0 0-0-0 40 2.06 2 6-13-0 20 1.03 7 13-6-0

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2003 & 2004 2003

2004

OCSA/NR NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Mel Mahler Captain - Matt Martinka 8-30 CINCINNATI (2OT) 9-7 UW-GREEN BAY 9-12 at UCF 9-14 at Stetson 9-19 vs. San Diego State (2OT) ! 9-21 at UNLV (2OT) ! 9-26 at Akron * 9-28 MICHIGAN 10-3 at Buffalo (2OT) * 10-5 KENTUCKY * 10-10 at IPFW (OT) 10-12 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * 10-16 at Cleveland State (2OT) 10-19 BIRMINGHAM SOUTH. 10-21 OAKLAND 10-24 at Marshall * 10-26 WESTERN MICH. (2OT) * 10-31 at Michigan State 11-2 DETROIT (2OT) 11-7 NORTHERN ILLINOIS # 11-9 KENTUCKY # 11-16 at Western Michigan # ! UNLV Classic • MAC match # MAC Tournament

OCSA/NR NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Fred Thompson 9-1 MICHIGAN STATE L 0-3 9-4 IUPUI (2OT) ! L 2-3 9-5 ST. BONAVENTURE ! L 1-4 9-8 at Detroit L 0-1 9-10 WRIGHT STATE L 0-4 9-12 XAVIER L 0-4 9-17 at Michigan L 0-4 9-19 WESTERN ILLINOIS L 0-3 9-24 at Ohio State L 4-7 9-26 MARSHALL * L 2-5 9-29 at Oakland L 0-2 10-3 AKRON * L 0-4 10-8 at Northern Illinois * L 3-6 10-10 BUFFALO (OT) * L 1-2 10-15 at Kentucky * L 1-5 10-22 at Western Michigan * L 2-5 10-24 at Cincinnati L 0-6 10-28 IPFW L 3-7 11-5 vs. Akron # L 0-1 * MAC match # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal (Kalamazoo, Mich.) ! Kelme Classic

8-9-5 Overall 2-3-1 MAC (4th)

0-19-0 Overall 0-6-0 MAC (7th)

T 0-0 W 3-0 L 1-0 W 3-1 T 1-1 L 2-3 L 1-4 L 1-6 W 1-0 L 0-3 W 2-1 W 2-1 T 2-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-1 T 2-2 L 0-2 T 1-1 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-5

2003 Statistics Player Dustin Snyder Omari Aldridge Paul Dhaliwal Eric Duda Paul Seip P.J. Behan Matt Martinka Sean McGarity Cory Stevens Daniel Bartulovic Adrian Akpan Kyle Adkins Bobby Woods Ben Monnette Andrew Knoll Dave Belfort Deryck Freudeman Andre Marques Scott Tilford Greg Gigliotti BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 22/20 22/22 18/16 19/19 21/20 21/20 18/18 19/9 22/17 17/0 20/20 13/1 22/19 20/18 9/8 6/2 10/0 9/0 2/1 1/0 22 22

Omari Aldridge led the Falcons in scoring in both 2004 and ‘05. He had 14 points in the 2004 campaign, following that up with an 11-goal, 25-point senior season the next fall.

2004 Statistics Shots 47 32 20 23 31 34 5 28 18 18 11 3 11 7 1 0 3 2 0 0 294 344

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Min. David DeGraff (21/21) 2021:24 Brandon Decker (1/1) 86:14 BGSU 2107:38 Opponents 2107:38 * includes three “team saves”

SOG 22 20 11 9 10 11 4 13 8 6 3 2 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 126 165 Svs 127 3 133 * 115

G 6 4 3 0 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 36

A 4 1 2 8 3 2 2 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 30 33

Pts. 16 9 8 8 7 6 6 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 80 105

MWG 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 9

GA GAA SHO Record 32 1.42 5 8-8-5 4 4.17 0 0-1-0 36 1.54 5 8-9-5 25 1.07 7 9-8-5

Player Omari Aldridge Jordan Koblens Gregory Hennelly Abiola Sandy Matt Yanick Paul Seip P.J. Behan Nnamdi Ihemelu Dave Belfort Ben Monnette Michael Rutkowski Adrian Akpan Alec Perea Francisco Sanchez Dirk Eckroat Ryan Perea Cory Stevens Deryck Freudeman Julian Donofrio John MacKenzie Robert Aouad Tyler Dollins Brandon Decker BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 19/18 18/12 17/15 14/11 18/15 18/17 11/8 14/4 19/17 9/4 13/2 9/3 13/3 17/2 17/15 15/0 10/6 5/1 9/0 19/16 12/11 17/14 10/5 19 19

Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Tyler Dollins (17/14) Brandon Decker (10/5) BGSU Opponents * includes six ‘team saves’

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Shots 32 17 19 17 16 17 8 6 2 2 7 5 3 1 6 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 163 328

Min. 1250:28 489:32 1740:00 1740:00

SOG 17 8 9 8 8 7 2 2 2 1 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 72 191 Svs 68 42 116 * 52

G 6 3 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 76

A 2 3 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 66

Pts. 14 9 5 5 5 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53 218

MWG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19

GA GAA SHO Record 52 3.74 0 0-14-0 24 4.41 0 0-5-0 76 3.93 0 0-19-0 19 0.98 10 19-0-0

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2005 SAINT MARY’S (CALIF.) W 3-1 at Michigan State L 1-3 4-13-2 Overall at Loyola (Ill.) (2OT) L 2-3 1-4-0 MAC (5th) NORTHERN ILLINOIS * L 0-3 OCSA/NR WESTERN MICHIGAN * L 2-3 NSCAA Great Lakes/NR at Buffalo * L 0-4 Coach - Fred Thompson at Akron * L 0-3 Captains - Dave Belfort, Omari CINCINNATI L 0-1 Aldridge, Matthew Yanick at Western Illinois (2OT) T 2-2 9-3 vs. Sacred Heart # L 0-1 CLEVELAND STATE W 3-1 9-4 vs. Eastern Illinois (2OT) # T 1-1 IPFW * W 2-1 9-9 at Wright State L 0-1 at Western Michigan •• L 0-2 9-11 at Evansville L 1-2 # UWGB Nike Tournament 2005 BGSU Men's Soccer 9-14 at Xavier L 0-5 * MAC match Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 07, 2009) 9-18 at UMBC L 1-2 •• MAC Tournament Quarterfinal 9-23 OHIO STATE (2OT) W 3-2 All games 9-25 9-29 10-2 10-7 10-9 10-14 10-16 10-19 10-23 10-26 10-30 11-8

2005

Overall: 4-13-2 Conf: 1-4-0 Home: 4-3-0 Away: 0-9-1 Neut: 0-1-1 ## 10 17 11 9 4 18 21 2 12 8 16 14 5 19 6 3 15

## 1 30 0 TM

Player

gp-gs

ALDRIDGE, Omari KIM, Justin HENNELLY, Gregory SANDY, Abiola DAVIS, George PEREA, Ryan BELFORT, Dave WILLIAMS, Kyle SANCHEZ, Francisco YANICK, Matt MACKENZIE, John PEREA, Alec LOPEZ, Jason SYNK, Andy AOUAD, Robert EPPS, Ryan MCNAYR, Kyle Total Opponents

19-18 18-17 19-6 18-11 18-17 19-15 19-17 18-6 16-0 16-0 19-19 16-4 14-12 19-19 8-2 18-8 19-19 19 19

Goalie

a

pts

sh

3 25 61 4 8 33 0 4 21 2 4 16 1 3 18 1 3 7 0 2 12 0 2 5 0 2 3 1 1 4 1 1 3 0 0 9 0 0 7 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 55 208 47 129 316 Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

SHOEMAKER,Paul PETKUS, Brent DECKER, Brandon TEAM Total Opponents

g

11 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 41

16-16 2-1 2-2 19 19

1507:04 135:00 135:00 0:00 1777:04 1777:04

32 4 5 0 41 21

sh%

sog

.180 34 .061 13 .095 5 .062 10 .056 5 .143 5 .083 1 .200 2 .333 1 .000 2 .000 0 .000 3 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .101 84 .130 131 gaavg

1.91 2.67 3.33 0.00 2.08 1.06

sog%

yc

.557 1 .394 4 .238 1 .625 1 .278 3 .714 3 .083 1 .400 3 .333 0 .500 0 .000 4 .333 1 .143 0 .167 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 2 .404 26 .415 27

Saves saves

80 11 6 2 99 67

rc gwg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

pct

.714 .733 .545 1.000 .707 .761

2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 13

w

4 0 0 0 4 13

pk-att

2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Dave Belfort, a four-year letterwinner for the Falcons, was a team tri-captain in his 0-0 senior season of 2005. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 3-3 Record l

10 1 2 0 13 4

t

sho

2 0 0 0 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 8

Team saves: 2 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 21 41

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 208 316

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 99 67

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

Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

9 13

11 27

92 104 138 166 45 31

47 34

0 0 5 7 4 1

1 1

7 5 3 1

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1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 85 79

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 307 288

34 36

48 41

150 151 136 139

1 2 2 7

2 0 4 6

BGSU 1279 7/183 2/385

Opponent 3937 10/394

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2006 9-8 at St. Mary’s (Calif.) (2OT) $ T 1-1 10-22 at IPFW * L 1-2 9-10 vs. Sacramento State $ L 0-3 10-27 at Western Michigan * L 1-2 4-14-1 Overall 9-14 at Ohio State L 0-2 10-31 at Western Michigan # W 2-1 0-5-0 MAC (6th) 9-17 WRIGHT STATE L 1-4 11-3 vs. Akron % L 2-8 OCSA/NR 9-20 MICHIGAN STATE L 0-1 ! Falcon Classic ^ Coastal Carolina Invitational NSCAA Great Lakes/NR 9-24 EVANSVILLE L 1-4 $ Saint Mary’s Classic * MAC match Coach - Fred Thompson 9-29 at Northern Illinois * L 0-2 # MAC Tournament First Round 8-25 WESTERN ILLINOIS (OT) ! W 2-1 10-3 at 2006 BGSU Men's Soccer Detroit W 3-0 % MAC Tournament Semifinal (DeKalb, Ill.) 8-27 EASTERN ILLINOIS ! L 1-2 10-6 BUFFALO * L 1-2 Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 07, 2009) 9-1 at Coastal Carolina ^ L 0-2 10-11 at Pittsburgh All games W 2-1 9-3 vs. Furman ^ L 1-2 10-20 AKRON * L 1-4

2006

Overall: 4-14-1 Conf: 0-5-0 Home: 1-6-0 Away: 3-5-1 Neut: 0-3-0 ## 17 4 11 10 20 7 23 9 27 16 18 8 24 2 6 3 19 15 13 21 00 12 5

## 00 0 1 TM

Player

KIM, Justin DAVIS, George PEREA, Alec PEREA, Ryan VAN HOUTEN, Hunter HEPPLE, Cameron SMITH, Ahmad SANDY, Abiola LAWRENCE, Jacob MACKENZIE, John EVWARAYE, Chuko DEAL, Tyler SATHYANATHAN, Arun WILLIAMS, Kyle CRONE, Tim DAVIS,Chris SYNK, Andy MCNAYR, Kyle VETH, Dana DOZIER, Gavin SCHOLZ, Mark NICHOLS, Drew TURTON, Derek Total Opponents Goalie

gp-gs

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

a

pts

sh

2 12 34 3 7 31 3 5 31 3 7 28 0 2 22 1 3 15 0 6 15 0 0 8 1 5 6 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 2 3 1 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 16 56 215 46 134 287 Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

SCHOLZ, Mark PETKUS, Brent SHOEMAKER, Paul TEAM Total Opponents

g

5 2 1 2 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 44

3-1 2-2 16-16 19 19

180:00 200:00 1361:53 0:00 1741:53 1741:53

2 4 38 0 44 20

sh%

.147 .065 .032 .071 .045 .067 .200 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .333 .500 .000 .000 .000

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .093 .153

gaavg

1.00 1.80 2.51 0.00 2.27 1.03

sog

sog%

19 14 11 11 9 10 6 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 99 131

.559 .452 .355 .393 .409 .667 .400 .375 .500 .750 .500 .667 .667 .500 .500 .000 .000

1.000 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .460 .456

Saves saves

13 14 59 1 87 79

yc

3 2 3 6 2 3 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 35

rc gwg

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

pct

.867 .778 .608 1.000 .664 .798

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 14

w

0 0 4 0 4 13

pk-att

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

Paul Shoemaker started 16 of the Falcons’ 19 matches in 2006. Shoemaker made at least 50 saves in all four of his seasons.

Record l

1 1 12 0 14 4

t

Shots faced

sho

0 1 0 0 1 0

0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 1 5

29 36 207 0 272 204

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 20 44

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 215 287

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 87 79

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

11 26

8 18

109 105 145 134 43 43

41 36

1 0

4 6

2 0

0 0 0 2 1 0

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1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 67 85

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 317 293

32 37

35 48

161 153 142 147

0 0 0 2

0 0

3 2

BGSU 1198 7/171 3/69

Opponent 1945 9/216

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2007 9-23 at Wright State W 2-0 9-28 at Buffalo (OT) * L 2-3 6-10-3 Overall 10-2 at Michigan State L 0-1 2-2-1 MAC (4th) 10-7 IPFW (2OT) T 0-0 OCSA/NR 10-10 at Cincinnati L 0-3 NSCAA Great Lakes/NR 10-14 HARTWICK (2OT) * T 2-2 Coach - Fred Thompson 10-17 at Michigan L 2-5 Captains - Thomas McLean, Abiola 10-19 at Akron * L 0-4 Sandy, Hunter Van Houten 10-24 DETROIT W 2-1 8-31 at Florida International (2OT) T 0-0 10-27 WESTERN MICHIGAN * W 4-1 9-2 at Florida Atlantic W 2-1 11-2 2007 BGSU MEN'S SOCCER NORTHERN ILLINOIS * W 3-1 9-7 at George Mason L 1-3 11-13 NORTHERN ILLINOIS # L 0-3 Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jun 07, 2010) 9-9 at American L 1-2 ! Falcon Classic All games 9-14 CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2OT) ! W 1-0 * MAC match 9-16 CANISIUS (OT) ! L 1-2 # MAC Tournament First Round 9-20 OHIO STATE L 0-1 Overall: 6-10-3 Conf: 2-2-1 Home: 4-3-2 Away: 2-7-1 Neut: 0-0-0

2007

## 7 9 20 18 6 10 14 21 16 27 11 2 1 0 3 8 15 4 22 13 12

Player

HEPPLE, Cameron SANDY, Abiola VAN HOUTEN, Hunter EVWARAYE, Chuko McLEAN, Thomas PEREA, Ryan KLANCIC, Matt DOZIER, Gavin THOMAS, Nathanyal LAWRENCE, Jacob PEREA, Alec DAVIS, Ryan SHOEMAKER, Paul PETKUS, Brent TOPOLIC, Dusko DEAL, Tyler McNAYR, Kyle BIRELINE, Garrett MISICK, Sean NETTEY, Paul PAVLIK, Patrick Total Opponents

## Goalie PETKUS, Brent 0 1 SHOEMAKER, Paul

gp-gs

15-14 18-18 19-19 19-18 16-16 12-6 18-13 19-3 5-0 19-19 15-10 14-9 13-13 6-6 17-17 15-15 17-11 7-2 5-0 8-0 3-0 19 19

g

4 5 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 33

a

6-6 13-13 19 19

559:45 1236:07 1795:52 1795:52

pts

sh

3 11 28 0 10 38 4 10 19 0 6 29 0 6 12 2 6 16 1 3 15 0 2 19 0 2 2 2 2 20 1 1 20 1 1 14 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 15 0 0 10 0 0 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 62 267 35 101 247

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

Total Opponents

min

1104 1418 1642 1371 1327 604 1008 650 65 1604 858 732 1135 560 1500 1329 1163 211 45 202 13 -

9 24 33 23

gaavg

1.45 1.75 1.65 1.15

sh%

sog

.143 13 .132 16 .158 7 .103 13 .250 6 .125 8 .067 5 .053 11 .500 2 .000 8 .000 5 .000 7 .000 0 .000 0 .000 7 .000 5 .000 5 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .086 119 .134 122 Saves saves

34 54 88 95

sog% gwg

.464 .421 .368 .448 .500 .500 .333 .579

1.000

.400 .250 .500 .000 .000 .467 .500 .625 .500 .000 .000 .000 .446 .494

pct

.791 .692 .727 .805

1 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10

pk-att

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

w

3 3 6 10

Abiola Sandy scored four of his team-high total of five goals inside the friendly confines of Cochrane Field in 2007. Sandy earned AllOhio honors as the Falcons finished in fourth place in the MAC.

Record l

2 8 10 6

t

sho

1 2 3 3

1 3 4 7

Team saves: 0 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 23 33

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 267 247

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 88 95

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

12 13

10 18

123 130 101 134 36 51

46 42

0 2 8 8 4 2

1 0 6 4 2 0

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1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 101 79

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 268 237

50 41

42 36

136 121 124 105

5 1 8 5

4 1 3 3

BGSU 2150 9/239 0/0

Opponent 3772 10/377

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2008 10-1 at Ohio State L 0-1 10-4 at Hartwick * L 0-2 4-13-2 Overall 10-11 AKRON * L 0-2 0-6-0 MAC (7th) 10-15 at Western Michigan * L 0-3 OCSA/NR 10-19 at Florida Atlantic (OT) * L 1-2 NSCAA Great Lakes/NR 10-22 WRIGHT STATE W 3-0 Coach - Fred Thompson 10-25 at Northern Illinois * L 0-1 Captains - Thomas McLean, Hunter 10-29 MICHIGAN STATE L 0-4 Van Houten 11-1 BUFFALO * L 0-2 8-30 at South Florida L 0-3 11-4 at Detroit (2OT) T 3-3 9-5 at Furman $ L 0-2 11-13 vs. Northern Illinois & L 0-2 BGSU FALCON MEN'S SOCCER 2008 9-7 vs. Coll. of Charleston $ L 0-2 $ Diadora/Spinx Furman Invitational (Greenville, S.C.) Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 07, 2009) 9-12 vs. Centenary % W 3-2 % UCA Tournament (Conway, Ark.) All games 9-13 at Central Arkansas (2OT) % W 2-1 # BGSU Invitational 9-19 IPFW # W 2-0 * MAC match 9-21 SAINT FRANCIS (PA.) # L 1-2 MAC Tournament Overall: 4-13-2 &Conf: 0-6-0 Quarterfinal Home: (Akron, 2-4-0Ohio) Away: 1-7-2 Neut: 1-2-0 9-27 at Marshall (2OT) T 3-3

2008

## 18 27 7 6 9 1 26 4 21 20 10 8 3 23 16 5 2 17 15 19 12

## 1 0 TM

Player

EVWARAYE, Chuko LAWRENCE, Jacob HEPPLE, Cameron McLEAN, Thomas EBLING, Byard SHOEMAKER, Paul JURTOVSKI, Chris BIRELINE, Garrett DOZIER, Gavin VAN HOUTEN, Hunter ARMSTRONG, Colin DEAL, Tyler TOPOLIC, Dusko SMITH, Ahmad KRKELJIC, Vuk BARKER, Robert DAVIS, Ryan FINK, Tanner McNAYR, Kyle BARR, John STEGMAIER, Brandon Total Opponents Goalie

gp-gs

19-14 16-15 15-10 18-18 9-7 15-15 13-9 5-0 19-13 17-16 14-4 17-17 19-18 12-7 15-5 8-3 9-7 12-9 18-17 3-0 2-1 19 19

a

pts

sh

0 10 20 0 8 22 4 8 29 0 4 18 0 4 12 2 4 6 0 2 13 0 2 1 2 2 13 2 2 13 2 2 5 1 1 18 0 0 31 0 0 11 0 0 7 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 49 228 34 108 283 Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

SHOEMAKER, Paul PETKUS, Brent TEAM Total Opponents

g

5 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 37

15-15 4-4 19 19

1383:37 382:07 0:00 1765:44 1765:44

28 9 0 37 18

sh%

.250 .182 .069 .111 .167 .167 .077

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .079 .131

gaavg

1.82 2.12 0.00 1.89 0.92

sog

sog% gwg

10 13 11 9 6 6 7 1 7 7 2 8 10 4 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 106 136

.500 .591 .379 .500 .500

1.000

.538

1.000

.538 .538 .400 .444 .323 .364 .286 .500 .000

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .465 .481

Saves saves

66 28 5 99 88

2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 13

pk-att

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

pct

.702 .757 1.000 .728 .830

Kyle McNayr, a four-year starter, was a mainstay on the Falcons’ back line from 2005-08.

w

3 1 0 4 12

Record l

11 2 0 13 4

t

sho

1 1 0 2 1

1 1 0 2 11

Team saves: 5 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 18 37

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 228 283

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 99 88

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

3 17

14 19

105 118 132 137 48 38

48 48

0 1 1 5

1 1

1 0 4 9 2 1

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1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 75 84

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 231 248

34 46

38 36

107 113 121 121

0 2 9 2

3 0

2 4

BGSU 1228 6/205 3/109

Opponent 3282 10/328

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2009 9-20 IPFW (2OT) T 1-1 9-23 at Michigan L 1-5 3-12-3 Overall 9-26 at Akron * L 0-6 2-3-1 MAC (5th) 10-3 WESTERN MICHIGAN * L 0-1 OCSA/NR 10-6 VALPARAISO L 0-2 NSCAA Great Lakes/NR 10-16 at Buffalo * W 4-3 Coach - Eric Nichols 10-21 at Michigan State L 1-2 Captains - Jacob Lawrence, Hunter Van 10-25 HARTWICK (2OT) * T 2-2 Houten 10-28 at Wright State L 0-2 9-1 MARSHALL W 2-0 10-31 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * L 0-3 9-4 vs. Louisville $ L 0-3 11-4 DETROIT (OT) L 2-3 BGSU FALCON MEN'S SOCCER 2009 9-6 at Kentucky $ L 1-4 11-7 FLORIDA ATLANTIC * W 3-0 Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 07, 2009) 9-11 vs. Richmond % L 1-3 $ UK Invitational (Lexington, Ky.) 9-12 at Duquesne (2OT) % T 0-0 % DuquesneAll games Invitational (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 9-18 at Dayton L 3-4 * MAC match

2009

Overall: 3-12-3 Conf: 2-3-1 Home: 2-4-2 Away: 1-6-1 Neut: 0-2-0

## 10 27 7 20 3 18 11 14 5 9 2 21 33 8 6 19 17 16 15 13 22 4

## 33 0 TM

Player

HEPPLE, Cameron LAWRENCE, Jacob EBLING, Byard VAN HOUTEN, Hunter WESTON, Max EVWARAYE, Chuko JURTOVSKI, Chris SMITH, Ahmad TOPOLIC, Dusko McLEAN, Thomas D'AGOSTINO, Joey DOZIER, Gavin SCHOETTLEY, Dylan DEAL, Tyler LEMKE, Zach BARR, John ARMSTRONG, Colin McLEAN, Chris BARKER, Robert FINK, Tanner CUSTER, Jake BIRELINE, Garrett Total Opponents Goalie

gp-gs

12-12 16-16 18-9 16-16 13-6 16-7 18-11 10-2 18-15 17-14 17-8 16-1 10-7 18-18 15-5 7-0 13-4 15-7 5-0 18-18 11-6 17-5 18 18

g

10 5 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 44

a

10-7 11-11 18 18

792:45 895:00 0:00 1687:45 1687:45

pts

sh

1 21 43 3 13 32 1 5 26 5 5 21 2 4 5 1 3 12 0 2 12 0 2 4 2 2 10 1 1 14 1 1 10 1 1 5 1 1 0 0 0 15 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 61 228 38 126 334

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

SCHOETTLEY, Dylan SMOKER, Jeff TEAM Total Opponents

min

960 1464 789 1408 559 651 872 242 1330 1167 994 480 793 1516 607 81 354 658 112 1660 510 505 -

20 24 0 44 21

gaavg

2.27 2.41 0.00 2.35 1.12

sh%

sog

.233 22 .156 19 .077 12 .000 10 .200 1 .083 7 .083 5 .250 1 .000 3 .000 3 .000 5 .000 2 .000 0 .000 7 .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .092 103 .132 146 Saves saves

44 56 2 102 82

sog% gwg

.512 .594 .462 .476 .200 .583 .417 .250 .300 .214 .500 .400 .000 .467 .333 .333 .000 .333 .500 .500 .000 .000 .452 .437

pct

.688 .700 1.000 .699 .796

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 12

pk-att

1-2 2-3 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 3-5 3-3

w

2 1 0 3 12

Cameron Hepple, despite missing all of six matches and parts of two others, led the team with 10 goals and 21 points in 2009. He had four goals and eight points in just three MAC contests.

Record l

5 7 0 12 3

t

sho

1 2 0 3 3

1 1 1 3 7

Team saves: 2 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 21 44

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 228 334

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 102 82

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

Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

71

10 17

11 26

94 123 152 165 53 29

43 49

0 1 7 8 4 3

0 0 4 9 2 1

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1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 83 107

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 237 236

26 44

53 54

124 106 111 116

2 3 3 6

2 6 4 3

BGSU 1935 8/242 2/798

Opponent 4963 8/620

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2010 9-26 LIPSCOMB L 0-2 10-1 WESTERN MICHIGAN * L 0-2 6-9-3 Overall 10-6 at IPFW (OT) W 2-1 3-3-0 MAC (T-3rd) 10-9 BUFFALO * W 2-0 OCSA/NR 10-13 at Butler L 0-5 NSCAA Great Lakes/NR 10-16 at Hartwick * W 1-0 Coach - Eric Nichols 10-20 MICHIGAN STATE L 1-2 Captains - Tanner Fink, Thomas 10-27 at Michigan L 1-5 McLean, Dusko Topolic 10-30 at Northern Illinois * L 0-1 9-3 vs. Appalachian State (2OT) % T 0-0 BOWLING GREEN MEN'S SOCCER 2010 11-3 at IUPUI (2OT) T 0-0 9-5 at Davidson (2OT) % T 2-2 11-6 at Florida Atlantic * W 2-1 Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Aug 02, 2011) 9-11 AKRON * L 0-2 11-12 vs. Western Michigan $ L 0-1 All games 9-15 at Detroit W 1-0 % Davidson adidas Classic (Davidson, N.C.) 9-19 at Valparaiso L 0-2 * MAC match 9-22 WRIGHT STATE W 3-0 $ MAC Tournament Semifinal (Akron, Ohio)

2010

Overall: 6-9-3 Conf: 3-3-0 Home: 2-4-0 Away: 4-4-2 Neut: 0-1-1

## 10 5 2 18 9 12 23 17 11 8 13 21 20 6 7 24 14 16 4 3 1 0

## 0 1 TM

Player

gp-gs

WESTON, Max TOPOLIC, Dusko D'AGOSTINO, Joey COMISKEY, Ryan LEMKE, Zach GALLOWAY, Sam SCHEWEE, Zach ARMSTRONG, Colin JURTOVSKI, Chris SILVA, Brandon FINK, Tanner EGANHOUSE, Jacob SNASHALL, Ryan McLEAN, Thomas EBLING, Byard ILAO, Marco GRIESINGER, Matt McLEAN, Chris BIRELINE, Garrett SIKICH, Sean ROSALES, Miguel WIEST, Michael Total Opponents

18-16 18-13 18-15 16-3 16-14 17-12 18-18 12-2 15-9 18-18 18-18 14-3 17-2 18-18 5-0 4-2 16-12 8-5 1-0 1-0 18-18 1-0 18 18

Goalie

g

4 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 26

a

5 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 22

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

WIEST, Michael ROSALES, Miguel TEAM Total Opponents

min

1148 1048 1142 699 991 1054 1621 259 896 1660 1675 500 646 1675 51 171 1186 446 3 7 1659 29 -

1-0 18-18 18 18

29:16 1659:07 0:00 1688:23 1688:23

0 26 0 26 15

pts

sh

13 26 6 31 4 17 4 15 3 23 3 23 2 12 2 2 2 13 1 19 1 10 1 3 1 3 0 6 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 209 74 290 gaavg

0.00 1.41 0.00 1.39 0.80

sh%

sog

.154 11 .097 11 .118 9 .133 9 .043 4 .000 8 .083 4 .500 1 .000 5 .000 5 .000 3 .000 0 .000 0 .000 3 .000 2 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .072 77 .090 104 Saves saves

0 75 3 78 62

sog% gwg

.423 .355 .529 .600 .174 .348 .333 .500 .385 .263 .300 .000 .000 .500 .500 .000

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .368 .359

pct

.000 .743 1.000 .750 .805

2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 9

pk-att

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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

w

0 6 0 6 9

The Falcons celebrate a goal by Dusko Topolic (5) in the win over Wright State. Topolic scored three goals on the season, with the game-winning marker vs. both WSU and Hartwick.

Record l

0 9 0 9 6

t

sho

0 3 0 3 3

0.0 6.0 0.0 6 9

Team saves: 3 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 15 26

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 71 101

Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 209 290

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 202 200

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 78 62

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

Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

4 11

10 15

92 103 130 144 39 25

33 34

1 0 9 9 2 1

0 0 5 7 4 2

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31 58

37 41

89 105 92 100

1 1 1 7

2 1 7 1

BGSU 1934 6/322 2/986

Opponent 3096 10/310

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2011 9-18 at Lipscomb (2OT) % T 1-1 9-21 at Detroit W 4-1 7-8-3 Overall 9-30 IUPUI W 1-0 1-4-1 MAC (6th) 10-2 FLORIDA ATLANTIC * W 3-0 OCSA/NR 10-5 at Ohio State (OT) L 0-1 NSCAA Great Lakes/NR 10-9 at Buffalo * L 0-5 Coach - Eric Nichols 10-19 at Michigan State (2OT) T 0-0 Captains - Tanner Fink, Miguel Rosales, 10-22 HARTWICK (2OT) * T 1-1 Brandon Silva 10-26 at #7 Akron * L 0-3 8-26 #9 MICHIGAN W 2-0 10-29 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * L 0-3 8-31 IPFW W 3-0 11-1 at Wright State L 1-2 9-3 CLEVELAND STATE L 1-2BOWLING GREEN MEN'S SOCCER 2011 11-5 at Western Michigan * L 1-2 9-9 vs. Duquesne (2OT) $ Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 05, 2012) W 1-0 $ Pitt/Nike Invitational (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 9-11 at Pittsburgh $ W 1-0 % Hyatt Place Brentwood Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.) All games 9-16 at Belmont % L 2-3 * MAC match

2011

Overall: 7-8-3 Conf: 1-4-1 Home: 4-2-1 Away: 2-6-2 Neut: 1-0-0 ## 15 10 17 8 6 9 5 13 12 23 14 2 20 16 7 21 24 11 4 3 1 0

## 0 1 TM

Player

gp-gs

BARALDI, Danny HALL, Rodcliff ARMSTRONG, Colin SILVA, Brandon LEMKE, Zach COMISKEY, Ryan SNASHALL, Ryan FINK, Tanner GALLOWAY, Sam SCHEWEE, Zach GRIESINGER, Matt D'AGOSTINO, Joey OLIVERIO, Nico McLEAN, Chris EBLING, Byard KUMHER, Jon ILAO, Marco JURTOVSKI, Chris BECHTOL, Alex SIKICH, Sean ROSALES, Miguel WIEST, Michael Total Opponents

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

Goalie

g

5 4 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 24

a

8 2 0 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 20

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

WIEST, Michael ROSALES, Miguel TEAM Total Opponents

min

1599 1261 511 1483 1622 385 1104 1226 831 1653 455 836 137 129 1319 302 4 12 1606 380 616 1081 -

13-13 7-5 18 18

1080:55 615:44 0:00 1696:39 1696:39

13 11 0 24 22

pts

sh

18 45 10 53 8 15 7 18 7 40 6 11 4 18 2 13 1 11 1 8 1 0 0 7 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 248 68 231 gaavg

1.08 1.61 0.00 1.27 1.17

sh%

sog

.111 21 .075 20 .267 9 .167 8 .050 14 .182 3 .056 11 .000 5 .000 3 .000 2 .000 0 .000 2 .000 3 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .089 104 .104 98 Saves saves

43 30 1 74 82

sog%

yc

rc gwg

.467 4 .377 4 .600 1 .444 0 .350 1 .273 1 .611 2 .385 0 .273 1 .250 1 .000 0 .286 0 .750 0 .500 0 .500 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .419 19 .424 26

pct

.768 .732 1.000 .755 .788

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

w

6 1 0 7 8

2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 8

pk-att

Record l

4 4 0 8 7

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

Brandon Silva (left), Miguel Rosales (center) and Tanner Fink were the captains of the 2011 Falcons

t

Shots faced

sho

1 2 0 3 3

6 1 0 7 5

138 91 0 229 245

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 22 24

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 95 80

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 248 231

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 212 210

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 74 82

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

12 5

9 18

106 120 102 121 30 34

42 39

0 1

15 4 1 7

1 0 7 4

1 2

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39 44

97 110 111 88

7 1 2 5

2 1 3 6

BGSU 4515 7/645 1/813

Opponent 4979 10/498

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR - 2012 2012

8-9-3 Overall 3-3-1 MAC (T-4th)

OCSA/NR NSCAA Great Lakes/NR Coach - Eric Nichols Captains - Joey D’Agostino, Zach Lemke, Brandon Silva 8-25 SAINT BONAVENTURE 8-29 MICHIGAN STATE 9-1 MARSHALL (2OT) 9-7 vs. Wofford ^ 9-9 at #18 Coastal Carolina (2OT) 9-14 at Cleveland State 9-18 DETROIT

W L T L T W L

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

#7 AKRON * L MILWAUKEE (2OT) W at Hartwick * L WESTERN MICHIGAN * W at Ohio State L BUFFALO * W at IPFW L at Northern Illinois (2OT) * T at Michigan W at Florida Atlantic * W WRIGHT STATE (OT) W WEST VIRGINIA * L at #1 Akron % L ^ Coastal Carolina Tournament (Conway, S.C.) * MAC match BGSU MEN'S SOCCER 2012 $ MAC Tournament Semifinal (Akron, Ohio) 9-22 9-25 9-28 10-5 10-10 10-13 10-16 10-20 10-23 10-26 10-30 11-3 11-9

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

Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Feb 06, 2013) All games Overall: 8-9-3 Conf: 3-3-1 Home: 5-4-1 Away: 3-4-2 Neut: 0-1-0

## 11 10 7 9 6 5 23 8 16 20 3 4 24 15 2 25 21 14 12

Player

gp-gs

GRANT, Anthony BARALDI, Danny JAMES, Ryan COMISKEY, Ryan LEMKE, Zach SNASHALL, Ryan SCHEWEE, Zach SILVA, Brandon McLEAN, Chris LEKAREV, Vlad SIKICH, Sean GENRICH, Jake ILAO, Marco GAY, Tyler D'AGOSTINO, Joey HASTINGS, Sean KUMHER, Jon GRIESINGER, Matt GROSS, Shawn Total Opponents

20-18 19-19 20-13 19-3 19-19 14-13 19-16 20-20 15-3 16-2 20-20 20-20 11-2 3-0 2-2 17-15 14-10 13-5 1-0 20 20

## Goalie WIEST, Michael 0 TM TEAM

g

8 6 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 23

a

4 7 2 1 3 4 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 23

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

20-20 20 20

Total Opponents

min

1478 1705 1345 620 1754 1098 1613 1866 349 368 1875 1822 259 40 150 1215 704 486 4 -

1874:16 0:00 1874:16 1874:16

23 0 23 23

pts

sh

20 47 19 50 10 21 5 19 5 42 4 6 3 21 3 11 2 4 1 7 1 0 0 6 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 242 69 373 gaavg

1.10 0.00 1.10 1.10

sh%

sog

.170 22 .120 20 .190 8 .105 10 .024 17 .000 3 .048 6 .091 4 .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 2 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .095 95 .062 127 Saves saves

100 4 104 72

sog%

yc

rc gwg

.468 0 .400 8 .381 2 .526 1 .405 3 .500 0 .286 4 .364 1 .500 2 .143 0 .000 0 .333 0 .000 3 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .393 25 .340 19

pct

.813 1.000 .819 .758

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

w

8 0 8 9

5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 9

pk-att

Record l

9 0 9 8

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

fg

ot hat gtg

6 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grant 0 1 led the Falcons with eight goals in Anthony 0 0 0 0 2012, including five game-winning tallies, the most 0 0 0 0 by a BGSU player since 1997. Grant scored the 0 0 0 0 GWG 0 0in all 0 three 0 of BG’s MAC victories. 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 9 2 0 2 9 0 0 7

t

Shots faced

sho

3 0 3 3

7.0 0.0 7 9

366 0 366 236

Team saves: 4 Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents Shots by Period Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 23 23

Corners by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 242 373

Fouls by Period Bowling Green Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 104 72

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

9 12

12 11

114 118 143 210 36 35

62 36

1 0 6 8 3 0

1 0

4 12 3 1

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OT OT2

Total 84 137

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 262 217

39 56

44 77

132 121 98 107

1 2

2 7

0 2

7 5

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st facilities in the midwest, al improVEMENTS OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS

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COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM One of the many resources available to the Falcon men’s soccer team is the ability to play on one of the Midwest’s finest fields. Mickey Cochrane Field, known nationally as one of the country’s outstanding soccer facilities, has become even better in recent years thanks in part to a multiple-phase project designed to enhance the current complex. The latest phase of the improvements is the installation of lights at the Cochrane Field complex, giving the men’s and women’s teams the opportunity for home games under the lights. The lights project will allow more flexibility in scheduling, and will also enhance the atmosphere at home matches. The money for the $400,000 project was raised through donations, with nearly all of the funds donated by men’s soccer alumni, who have a proud history of nearly five decades at the University. The lights project was completed in the fall of 2011, and both the men’s and women’s teams hosted night matches in late October. Additionally, Ohio High School Athletic Association girls soccer tournament games were held at Cochrane Field under the lights in both 2011 and 2012. In 2010, via donations raised by both the men’s and women’s programs, World Cup-style goals were added, as well as wind screens and covered benches. The athletics department also made upgrades to the scoreboard in time for the 2010 season. Just prior to the debut of the women’s team, an upgrade to the field saw the construction of 700 permanent seats on the west side of the main playing area. The stadium renovation project, financed entirely with private funds, was officially dedicated on Sept. 10, 1995, prior to the men’s soccer home opener. A spacious press box was finished a month later. With the addition of portable bleachers from the old grandstand, the complex can seat up to 1,500 spectators.

Caroline Palmisano (center), a BGSU student and the daughter of Gary Palmisano, was on hand at the final home game of the 2008 season (Nov, 1, 2008), as the Gary Palmisano Soccer Endowment was formally announced. The late Gary Palmisano was a player, an assistant coach and a head coach at BGSU, and also was a driving force behind soccer being recognized as a MAC sport. Many former Falcon players made gifts to complete the endowment, and the first scholarship in Gary’s name was awarded in the fall of 2009. (Also pictured: former head coach Fred Thompson and former SWA Janna Blais, in addition to Freddie and Frieda.)

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COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM Dave Kindl (10) scores against Kentucky in the MAC Tournament’s championship-game win in 1996. BGSU’s 4-0 win gave the Falcons the league tourney title for the second-straight year, and the Falcons would go on to win the ‘97 tournament crown as well.

The initial phase of the plan, which was finished in 1993, consisted of the main playing field being completely enclosed with fencing, landscaped with shrubbery, and decorated with signage. New flag staffs and team benches were also added over the course of the season. Phase II began in 1994 with the installation of a new scoreboard and additional signage. The field renovation project was originally conceived in 1988 by former Falcon men’s head coach Gary Palmisano who passed away in December, 1994. Under his guidance, hard work, and patience, his vision became a reality with the initiation of Phase I. “Gary wanted the Falcons to have the finest soccer facility available, one that would make each game an event to be enjoyed not only by the players, but also by all those who support BG soccer,” said Jean-Marie Wolf Palmisano, wife of the late

A crowd of over 2,100 fans turned out for the 2011 season opener, as the Falcons took on the University of Michigan at Cochrane Field (above and left). BGSU sent the fans home happy with a 2-0 win over the then-No. 9 Wolverines.

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COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM / FACILITIES Gary Palmisano. “He envisioned a stadium to enclose Cochrane Field, a stadium to celebrate the great game of soccer.” Cochrane Field, dedicated Oct. 11, 1980, in honor of BGSU’s first men’s varsity soccer coach, has been the home of the Falcon men since 1966 and has also been the site of the United States Youth Soccer Association’s Olympic Development Program Region II camps for several decades. The Falcons definitely have an ideal situation for their players to improve their skills with the use of two full-size fields and a small-sided training practice area. The soccer programs also utilize the Field House and its 90-yard indoor turf room and 200-meter track wing for winter conditioning. The Sebo Athletic Center, located in the north end zone of Doyt L. Perry Stadium, provides all BGSU student-athletes, including the soccer teams, a place to reach their potential. The building features an expanded sports medicine and rehabilitation facility as well as a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning area for student-athletes in all 18 varsity sports. Additionally, the BGSU men’s soccer team’s locker room, which was recently renovated, gives the program yet another state-of-the-art facility. The locker room is located on the East side of Perry Stadium.

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BGSU HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

Pete Farrell 1982

Dennis Mepham 1986

MICKEY COCHRANE

BGSU Hall of Fame – 1993 NSCAA Hall of Fame – 1995

Neil Ridgway 1990

Gary Palmisano 1998 Dave Dyminski 1994

Bud Lewis 2000

Rob Martella 2002

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Steve Klein 2006

Scott Vallow 2009 BGSUFALCONS.COM


ALL-AMERICANS

NEIL RIDGWAY NSCAA All-American 1982-83

JON FELTON NSCAA All-American 1987

KYLE ROYER ISAA Scholar-Athlete All-American 1988-89-90

GREG MURPHY ISAA Scholar-Athlete All-American 1991

ROB MARTELLA NSCAA All-American 1992

JOE BURCH NSCAA ScholarAthlete All-American 1995

Five different individuals have earned Academic All-America recognition on nine occasions for the Brown and Orange.

Kyle Royer was selected to the ISAA adidas Scholar-Athlete All-American squad three straight years (1988-89-90). Goalkeeper Greg Murphy was both an ISAA Adidas Scholar-Athlete All-America selection as well as a GTE/CoSIDA Fall-Winter At-Large Academic All-American for the 1991 season. Joe Burch was named to the GTE/CoSIDA Fall-Winter At-Large Academic All-America squad third team in 1995 and first team in 1996. Burch was also selected to the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete All-American Honorable Mention squad following the 1995 season.

Back Dave Dyminski was the first BG booter to receive All-America recognition for play on the field. He was named to the NSCAA All-America Honorable Mention squad in 1972 and moved up to the second team in 1973. Midfielder Bud Lewis increased the Falcons’ streak to three consecutive years with his honorable-mention All-America accolades in 1974. Forward Dennis Mepham received honorable-mention status in 1979.

Midfielder Neil Ridgway was a two-time First-Team All-America selection in 1982 and 1983. Back Jon Felton was named to the third team in 1987, while forward Rob Martella earned first-team recognition following the 1992 campaign. Midfielder Steve Klein became the third Falcon player to receive first-team accolades with his selection in 1996. Goalkeeper Scott Vallow was named to the NSCAA All-America Third Team in both 1997 and 1998.

Falcon All-American Scott Vallow visits with Pelé. Vallow was a twotime NSCAA All-American in 1997-98

Bowling Green men’s soccer’s first head coach, Mickey Cochrane, was inducted into the NSCAA Hall of Fame in 1995. Both Cochrane (1964) and his protege, Gary Palmisano (1996), received an NSCAA Letter of Commendation, with Cochrane also selected as the winner of the 1978 NSCAA Honor Award. BGSU had a pair of All-Americans in 1998, in Ty Fowler and Chris Doré. Fowler graduated with a 3.93 GPA in psychology and was selected to the 1999 GTE/CoSIDA Fall-Winter At-Large Academic All-America First Team. Doré was named to the NSCAA All-America Third Team.

In November of 2009, Jacob Lawrence became the first BGSU men’s soccer player in a decade to be named an Academic All-American. Lawrence was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team.

DAVE DYMINSKI NSCAA All-American 1972-73

DENNIS MEPHAM NSCAA All-American 1979

BUD LEWIS NSCAA All-American 1974

STEVE KLEIN NSCAA All-American 1996

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TY FOWLER CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-American 1999

JACOB LAWRENCE ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-American 2009

CHRIS DORE’ NSCAA All-American 1999

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FALCONS IN THE PROS Bob Alarcon, 1978: • Detroit Express (NASL)

Brian Ferguson, 1994-95: • Canton Invaders (NPSL)

Omari Aldridge, 2008: • Beijing Hongdeng FC

Cameron Hepple, 2010-SA: • Kitsap Pumas (USL) • KF Tirana (Albania) • Farnborough (England)

Pepe Aragon, 1994-1997: • Canton Invaders (NPSL) • Cleveland Caps (U.S. Interregional Soccer Leagues/Pro-Div.)

Jim House, 1981: • Cleveland Force (MISL)

John Bapst, 1982-85: • Atlanta Generals (ASL) • Jacksonville Tea Men (NASL) Chris Bartels (Administrator/Coach), 1972-87: • New York Cosmos, PR Director (NASL) • Memphis Americans, Assistant Coach/ Personnel Dir. • Kalamazoo Kangaroos, Head Coach/ General Manager (AISA) • Memphis Storm, Assistant Coach (AISA) • Memphis Storm, GM (AISA) Jason Began, 1998: • 1997 NPSL Amateur Draft -- Cleveland Crunch (13th/Territorial Pick) Bobby Biggs, 2000: • Houston Hotshots (WISL)

Mark Jackson, 1986-87: • Toledo Pride (AISA) Jim Kittelberger, 1982-85: • Detroit Express (NASL) • Pittsburgh Spirit (MISL) Dan Kindl, 1998: • 1997 NPSL Amateur Draft -- Cincinnati Silverbacks (5th/Territorial)

Chris Dore Joe Burch, 1998: • Cincinnati Riverhawks (A-League) Fred Degand, 2001-05: • Cleveland Crunch (NPSL) • Hershey Wildcats, Cincinnati River Hawks (A-League) • Charleston Battery, Atlanta Silverbacks (A-League) • D.C. United (MLS) • Chicago Storm (MISL)

Steve Klein, 1997-2007: • 1996 NPSL Draft -- Cleveland Crunch (14th Overall/Territorial) • 1997 MLS College Draft -- New England Revolution (3rd Round/22nd Overall) • Worcester Wildfire, Nashville Metros (A-League) • New England Revolution (MLS) • Harrisburg Heat (NPSL) -- 2000 NPSL All-Rookie Team Selection • Hershey Wildcats, Charleston Battery (A-League) • Vancouver Whitecaps (USL)

Paul Dhaliwal, 2004: • Edmonton Aviators (A-League) Chris Dore, 1999-05: • 1999 NPSL Draft -- Cleveland Crunch (13th Overall/Territorial Round) • 2000 A-League Draft -- Hampton Roads Mariners (Territorial Selection) • Cincinnati River Hawks, Charleston Battery, Syracuse Saltydogs (A-League) Tony Dore, 1997: • 1996 NPSL Amateur Draft -- Columbus Invaders (3rd Overall/Territorial Round) • Cleveland Caps (USISL/Pro-Div.) Dave Dyminski, 1973: • 1973 NASL College Draft -- Rochester Lancers (2nd Round)

Fred Degand

Jan Fedorcak, 1974: • Cincinnati Comets (ASL)

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FALCONS IN THE PROS Peter Kolp, 1996: • 1996 NPSL Amateur Draft -- Cincinnati Silverbacks (6th Overall/Territorial Pick) Bud Lewis, 1974: • Cincinnati Comets (ASL) Rob Martella, 1996-1998: • 1993 NPSL Draft -- Dayton Dynamo (1st Round/Territorial Pick) • Cincinnati Silverbacks (NPSL) Mark Michalak, 1999-2000: • Cincinnati Riverhawks (A-League) Dennis Mepham, 1979-88: • Rochester Lancers (NASL) • Rochester Flash (ASL) • Buffalo Stallions, Cleveland Force, Cleveland Crunch (MISL)

Neil Ridgway, 1983-91: • Chicago Sting (NASL) • Memphis Americans, Las Vegas Americans (MISL) • Kalamazoo Kangaroos, Toledo Pride, Ft. Wayne Flames (AISA) • Indiana Kick, Memphis Rogues, New York Kick, Dayton Dynamo (NPSL) Brett Strang, 1998-2000: • Cincinnati Riverhawks (A-League) Scott Vallow, 2000-present: • Dallas Burn, New England Revolution, Colorado Rapids (MLS) • Rochester Rhinos (A-League / USL) -2000-present Dieter Wimmer, 1980-81: • Cleveland Force (MISL) AISA - American Indoor Soccer Association MLS - Major League Soccer NASL - North American Soccer League NPSL - National Professional Soccer League

Steve Klein

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NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS

1972

Seated (left to right): Joe White, Greg Brooks, Eric Seldin, Bob Gearhart, Dave Dyminski, Chris Bartels, Warren Heede, Norm Dykes, Jim Botticelli, Glenn Jost, Tim Davis. Standing: Head coach Mickey Cochrane, assistant coach Pete Farrell, Tom O’Neal, Steve Cabalka, Paul Wayne, Bart Hayden, Gary Palmisano, Bill Heyne, Bud Lewis, Rick Jacobs, Jim Hodge, Jeff Aingworth, Steve Cutler, Rich Cotton, Bruce May, manager Mike Vincent, assistant coach Burt Severns, trainer Pete Imber.

1973

Seated (left to right): Jan Fedorcak, Steve Kittelberger, Steve Cutler, Bob Gearhart, Greg Brooks, Dave Dyminski, Warren Heede, Paul Wayne, Bart Hayden, Tim Davis, Jim Hodge, Steve Cabalka. Standing: Head coach Mickey Cochrane, asst. coach Pete Farrell, trainer Pete Imber, Dan Otten, Randy Hale, Craig Tesler, Jeff Aingworth, Rich Cotton, Gary Palmisano, Tom Doriety, Bill Heyne, Bud Lewis, Glenn Jost, Rick Jacobs, Greg Luthman, Joe White, Bob Boss, George Habicht, mgr. Mike Vinson, trainer Lee Kermode, asst. coach Chris Bartels, asst. coach Don Adams.

1992

Front Row (left to right): Ryan McCue, Brian Hyde, Brian Ferguson, Rob Martella, John Sgro, Quinton Martin, Mike Kelly. Middle Row: Asst. coach Mel Mahler, Frank Frostino, Tom Kinney, Tim Concannon, Andy Studebaker, Dan Traver, Ryan Williams, Bob Boyle, Justen Harman, Pepé Aragon, head coach Gary Palmisano. Back Row: Student mgr. Frank Yuhasz, Brian Lord, Chris Williams, David Michels, Derek Schorejs, Brian Bonham, Ryan Dell, student trainer Richelle Scali.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS

1995

Front Row (left to right): Dave Kindl, Joe Burch, Ryan Evans, Jon Giganti, Darren Niles, Jamie Harmon, Peter Kolp, Dan Kindl. Middle Row: Asst. coach Wade Jean, trainer Julie Graybiec, Chuck Ashton, Jason Follebout, Scott Vallow, Andy Carl, Brandon Pelton, Steve Klein, Andy Penoff, student asst. coach Dan Traver, head coach Mel Mahler. Back Row: Duane Ely, Jason Began, Tony Doré, Brett Strang, Dave Michels, Mark Michalak, Brian Hyde. Not pictured: Brian Glibkowski, Annette Davidson.

1996

Front Row (left to right): Trainer Annette Davidson, Dan Kindl, Tommy Thomas, Brian Glibkowski, Jason Began, Jamie Harmon, Steve Klein, Zac Olson, Darren Niles, student trainer Mike Heichel. Middle Row: Student asst. coach Dan Traver, Tim Ashton, Jon Giganti, Jason Bryant, Ty Fowler, Scott Vallow, Bobby Biggs, Brett Strang, Peter Kolp, student asst. coach Chuck Ashton. Back Row: Head coach Mel Mahler, Chris Doré, Dave Kindl, Tony Doré, Ryan Evans, Kevin Jackson, Brandon Pelton, Mark Michalak, asst. coach Wade Jean. Not pictured: Joe Burch.

1997

Front Row (left to right): Darren Niles, Tommy Thomas, Jon Giganti, Chris Doré, Nick Kolliniatis, Matt Johnson. Middle Row: Brandon Pelton, Matt Lyons, Vetus Syracuse, Brett Strang, Jason Began, Dan Kindl, Zac Olson, Jason Bryant. Back Row: Asst. coach Wade Jean, student asst. coach Tony Doré, Ty Fowler, Mark Michalak, Brian Glibkowski, Kevin Jackson, Ryan Schwaigert, Chris Kraft, Fred Degand, Scott Vallow, trainer Annette Davidson, head coach Mel Mahler. Not pictured: Bobby Biggs.

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LETTERWINNERS

Adrian Akpan

Joe Barros

** A-A-A-A ** Adkins, Kyle.............................. 2003-04 Aingworth, Jeff............... 1971-72-73-74 Akpan, Adrian.......................2002-03-04 Alarcon, Bob................... 1975-76-77-78 Aldridge, Omari....................2003-04-05 Aleric, Steve..........................1984-85-87 Anticoli, Mike............................ 1987-88 Aouad, Robert.......................2002-04-05 Aragon, Pepé.............................. 1991-92 Archibald, Charlie........................... 2001 Armstrong, Colin............ 2008-09-10-11 Arthurs, Andrew.............. 1987-88-89-90 Ashton, Chuck........................... 1994-95 Ashton, Tim.................................... 1996 Asimou, Tom.............................. 1968-69 ** B-B-B-B ** Bapst, David.................... 1977-78-79-80 Bapst, John...................................... 1979 Baraldi, Danny........................... 2011-12 Barker, Robert............................ 2008-09 Barr, John........................................ 2009 Barros, Joe.............................1982-83-84 Bartels, Chris................... 1969-70-71-72 Bartels, Robert......................1966-67-68 Baxter, Bill...................................... 1983 Beard, Morris.................................. 1965 Bechtol, Alex................................... 2011 Beecher, Gordon...................1966-67-68 Beer, Mitchel................................... 1968 Began, Jason................... 1994-95-96-97 Began, Mike.................................... 2000 Behan, P.J........................ 2000-01-03-04 Belfort, Dave................... 2002-03-04-05 Bertrams, Carl............................ 1975-76 Bertrams, John........................... 1978-79 Bertrams, Tom................. 1976-77-78-79 Biggs, Bobby.................. 1996-97-98-99 Bireline, Garrett.............. 2007-08-09-10 Blike, Chris................................ 1986-88 Blouch, Gerry.................................. 1965 Bluthardt, Rob................................. 1988 Bonham, Brian................ 1989-90-91-92 Boss, Bob................................... 1973-74 Botticelli, Jim.................................. 1972 Bové, Kevin.................... 1974-75-76-77

Tony Corsiglia

Ryan Dell

Boyle, Bob...................... 1989-90-91-92 Braxton, Gene.......................1998-99-00 Brewer, James.......................1967-68-69 Brihn, Robert.............................. 1977-78 Brooks, Greg.........................1971-72-73 Bryant, Jason................... 1996-97-98-99 Bucher, Kim..........................1982-83-84 Bull, Thomas................................... 1971 Burch, Joe....................... 1993-94-95-96 Butler, Tim................................. 2000-01 Butwid, Terry............................. 1965-66 ** C-C-C-C ** Cabalka, Steve................. 1972-73-74-75 Cain, Steve............................1989-90-91 Cameron, Kevin......................... 1979-80 Carl, Andy.................................. 1994-95 Carroll, Allan................................... 1971 Carroll, Ron..................................... 1965 Casey, T.J........................ 1986-87-88-89 Cervasio, Ron............................. 1965-66 Chesler, Larry.................................. 1965 Childress, Rich................................ 1985 Clayton, Andy.......................1976-77-78 Comiskey, Ryan....................2010-11-12 Concannon, Tim....................1991-93-94 Connors, Lenny.......................... 1980-81 Corsiglia, Tony................................ 1980 Costa, Joe................................... 1969-71 Cotton, Rich.................... 1971-72-73-74 Crandall, George............................. 1968 Crone, Tim...................................... 2006 Custer, Jake..................................... 2009 Cutler, Steve.................................... 1973 ** D-D-D-D ** D’Agostino, Joe....................1985-86-88 D’Agostino, Joey..................2009-10-11 Daniels, Craig................................. 1967 Davis, Chris.................................... 2006 Davis IV, George........................ 2005-06 Davis, Kurt...................... 1981-82-83-84 Davis, Ryan................................ 2007-08 Davis, Thomas................................ 1967 Davis, Tim.................................. 1972-73 Dawson, Drew................. 1981-82-83-85 Deal, Tyler....................... 2006-07-08-09

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Adam Erhard

Frank Frostino

Decker, Brandon...................2003-04-05 Degand, Fred................... 1997-98-99-00 DeGraff, David............... 2000-01-02-03 Dell, Ryan....................... 1989-90-91-92 Dhaliwal, Paul............................ 2002-03 Dohms, John.............................. 1967-68 Dollins, Tyler.................................. 2004 Donofrio, Julian.............................. 2004 Donovan, Kevin.............................. 1974 Doré, Chris...................... 1996-97-98-99 Doré, Tony...................... 1993-94-95-96 Dorenkott, Mark.............................. 1991 Doriety, Tom.........................1974-75-76 Dozier, Gavin.................. 2006-07-08-09 Drought, Brian........................... 1988-89 Duda, Eric.................................. 2002-03 Dykes, Norm.........................1969-70-72 Dyminski, Dave.............. 1970-71-72-73 ** E-E-E-E ** Ebling, Byard.................. 2008-09-10-11 Eckroat, Dirk................................... 2004 Edgar, Archie............................. 1981-82 Eganhouse, Jacob............................ 2010 Ely, Duane.................................. 1994-95 Epps, Ryan...................................... 2005 Erhard, Adam........................1998-99-00 Esckilsen, Chip.......................... 1978-79 Essig, John................................. 1970-71 Evans, Ryan..........................1994-95-96 Evwaraye, Chuko............ 2006-07-08-09 ** F-F-F-F ** Farrell, Pete...........................1966-67-68 Feasel, John Wesley..............1965-66-67 Fedorcak, Jan............................. 1973-74 Felton, Jon.............................1985-86-87 Ferguson, Brian............... 1989-90-92-93 Fink, Tanner.................... 2008-09-10-11 Flanagan, Steve............................... 1982 Follebout, Jason......................... 1994-95 Forrest, Nick................................... 1975 Forsberg, Dean......................1966-67-68 Fowler, Ty....................... 1996-97-98-99 Fradl, Humphrey........................ 1979-80 Francis, Richie................................ 2001 Freudeman, Deryck......... 2001-02-03-04 BGSUFALCONS.COM


LETTERWINNERS

Jim Hodge

Jim House

Fromm, William....................1966-67-68 Frostino, Frank................ 1991-92-93-94 ** G-G-G-G ** Gable, Donald.......................1969-70-71 Galloway, Sam........................... 2010-11 Gamrath, Gary................................. 1965 Gay, Tyler........................................ 2012 Gearhart, Bob.................................. 1972 Gelser, Chip.................................... 1975 Genrich, Jake................................... 2012 Giganti, Jon..................... 1994-95-96-97 Gigliotti, Greg................................. 2003 Ginley, Terry.............................. 1984-85 Glibkowski, Brian........... 1993-94-96-97 Gofus, Robert........................1969-70-71 Golden, Michael......................... 1967-68 Gorsha, Brad................................... 1983 Grant, Anthony................................ 2012 Green, Richard......................1966-67-68 Griesinger, Matt....................2010-11-12 Gross, Shawn.................................. 2012 Gustoff, Frank............................ 1977-78 ** H-H-H-H ** Habicht, George.............................. 1973 Haines, Ron..................... 1985-86-87-88 Hall, Robert................................ 1965-66 Hall, Rodcliff.................................. 2011 Harman, Justen........................... 1991-92 Harmon, Jamie................ 1993-94-95-96 Harper, Ricky.................................. 2001 Hastings, Sean................................. 2012 Hayden, Bart.........................1972-73-74 Heede, Warren................. 1970-71-72-73 Hendershott, Ken............ 1974-75-77-78 Hennelly, Gregory...................... 2004-05 Hepple, Cameron............ 2006-07-08-09 Herold, Guenter.......................... 1966-67 Heyne, Bill...................... 1971-72-73-74 Hodge, Jim...................................... 1973 House, Jim...................... 1978-79-80-81 House, Tom..................................... 1983 Hughes, Kevin............................ 1990-91 Hunt, Rob................................... 1988-89 Hyde, Brian...........................1992-94-95

Glenn Jost

Matt Leardini

** I-I-I-I ** Iantoni, Chris................... 1988-89-90-91 Ihemelu, Nnamdi........................ 2001-04 Ilao, Marco............................2010-11-12 ** J-J-J-J ** Jackson, Kevin................ 1996-97-98-99 Jackson, Mark................. 1982-83-84-85 James, Michael........................... 1993-94 James, Ryan.................................... 2012 Johnson, Dan................................... 1979 Johnson, Dave............................ 1965-66 Johnson, Matt.................................. 1998 Johnson, Tod................... 1981-82-83-84 Jordan, Stanley................................ 1970 Jost, Glenn...................... 1972-73-74-75 Jurtovski, Chris............... 2008-09-10-11 ** K-K-K-K ** Kamienski, Mike........................ 1969-70 Kasten, Tom..........................1985-86-87 Kelly, Mike..................... 1990-91-92-93 Kenney, Pat..................... 1981-82-83-84 Kim, Justin................................. 2005-06 Kindl, Dan....................... 1994-95-96-97 Kindl, Dave..................... 1993-94-95-96 Kinney, Tom.................... 1990-91-92-93 Kittelberger, Jim.............. 1974-75-76-77 Kittelberger, Steve........... 1973-74-75-77 Klancic, Matt................................... 2007 Klein, Dave..................................... 1965 Klein, Steve..................... 1993-94-95-96 Koblens, Jordan............................... 2004 Kocevski, Ile................................... 1986 Kolliniatis, Nick......................... 1997-98 Kolp, Peter...................... 1993-94-95-96 Konrad, Jim................................ 1989-90 Koury, Joe....................... 1979-80-81-82 Kovacs, Gary.........................1967-68-69 Kraft, Chris..................... 1997-98-99-00 Krkeljic, Vuk................................... 2008 Kumher, Jon............................... 2011-12 ** L-L-L-L ** Lane, Rich.................................. 1986-87 Larsen, Don..................................... 1965 Lawrence, Jacob.............. 2006-07-08-09

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Jim Pschirrer

Leardini, Matt................. 1999-00-01-02 Leiser, Doug.................................... 1974 Lekarev, Vlad.................................. 2012 Lemke, Zach................... 2009-10-11-12 Levens, Nathan............................... 1987 Lewis, Bob............................1974-75-77 Lewis, Bud...................... 1971-72-73-74 Llewellyn, Richard..................... 1968-69 Loescher, Mickey............ 1986-87-88-89 Lopez, Jason.................................... 2005 Lord, Brian...................... 1989-90-91-92 Lorenzen, Douglas..................... 1965-66 Luisi, Allan...................... 1975-76-77-78 Luthman, Greg................................ 1974 Lyons, Matt..................... 1997-98-99-00 ** M-M-M-M ** MacKenzie, John...................2004-05-06 Madar, Ivan................................ 1970-71 Malik, Tony..................... 1998-99-00-01 Maltby, Steve.................................. 1971 Markel, Bart..........................1981-82-83 Marques, Andre.......................... 2002-03 Marshall, Barry............................... 1967 Marsman, Edmond..................... 1969-70 Martella, Rob.................. 1989-90-91-92 Martin, Quinton............................... 1992 Martinka, Matt................ 2000-01-02-03 Matthews, Detrick........... 1998-99-00-01 May, Bruce...................................... 1972 McCue, Ryan............................. 1992-93 McGarity, Sean............................... 2003 McGrath, Kevin....................1985-86-87 McLean, Chris................. 2009-10-11-12 McLean, Thomas............ 2007-08-09-10 McNayr, Kyle.................. 2005-06-07-08 Medancic, Mladen.................1981-82-83 Mepham, Dennis............. 1976-77-78-79 Metzger, Paul............................. 1965-66 Mexicotte, Gary.............. 1983-84-85-86 Meyer, Steve.............................. 1965-66 Michalak, Mark.....................1995-96-97 Michels, Dave................. 1992-93-94-95 Miller, Mike............................... 1981-82 Millhouse, Rich.....................1981-82-83 Minarik, William............................. 1969 Mink, Rich................................. 1975-76 BGSUFALCONS.COM


LETTERWINNERS

Marty Rolnick

Abiola Sandy

Monnette, Ben.......................2002-03-04 Murphy, Greg........................1989-90-91 ** N-N-N-N ** Nekic, John..................................... 1988 Nettey, Paul..................................... 2007 Nichols, Drew................................. 2006 Niles, Darren................... 1995-96-97-98 Notarianni, Craig........................ 1986-87 ** O-O-O-O ** Oliverio, Nico................................. 2011 Olson, Doug............................... 1975-76 Olson, Zac....................... 1997-98-99-00 O’Rourke, Mike......................... 1978-79 O’Rourke, Tim........................... 1979-80 Otten, Dan.................................. 1975-76 ** P-P-P-P ** Palmisano, Gary......................... 1972-73 Pavlik, Patrick................................. 2007 Pelton, Brandon............... 1994-95-96-97 Penoff, Andy.............................. 1994-95 Perea, Alec...................... 2004-05-06-07 Perea, Ryan..................... 2004-05-06-07 Petercsak, Steve.............................. 1966 Petkus, Brent................... 2005-06-07-08 Petrasko, Wolfgang...............1968-69-70 Petzker, Joe..................................... 1986 Pike, Bob......................................... 1976 Popp, Don.............................1980-81-82 Pschirrer, James......................... 1969-70 ** R-R-R-R ** Racette, Josh................................... 2001 Ray, Don.................................... 1976-77 Ridgway, Neil................. 1980-81-82-83 Roberts, Bill..........................1981-82-83 Rolnick, Marty......................1974-75-76 Rosales, Miguel.......................... 2010-11 Royer, Kyle..................... 1987-88-89-90 Rutkowski, Michael........................ 2004

Paul Shoemaker

Brett Strang

** S-S-S-S ** Saams, Jeffrey................................. 1970 Sanchez, Francisco..................... 2004-05 Sandberg, Allan.......................... 1969-70 Sandy, Abiola.................. 2004-05-06-07 Sathyanathan, Arun......................... 2006 Scharf, Dave.................... 1984-85-87-88 Schewee, Zach......................2010-11-12 Schilt, Frank.................................... 1971 Schoettley, Dylan............................ 2009 Scholz, Mark................................... 2006 Schokara, Adam......................... 1998-00 Schorejs, Derek.......................... 1991-92 Schnell, Barry................................. 1993 Schumm, Herbert....................... 1968-70 Schwaigert, Ryan............................ 1997 Seip, Paul..............................2002-03-04 Seldin, Eric................................. 1970-71 Shea, Patrick.............................. 1987-89 Shin, Nan Chul................ 1983-84-85-86 Shoemaker, Paul.............. 2005-06-07-08 Siegel, Howard........................... 1970-71 Sikich, Sean...........................2010-11-12 Silva, Alvaro................................... 1969 Silva, Brandon.......................2010-11-12 Silva, Sebastian.......................... 1980-81 Smith, Ahmad............................ 2006-09 Smoker, Jeff.................................... 2009 Snashall, Ryan.......................2010-11-12 Sorensen, Eric............................ 1978-79 Sorensen, Ken.......................1989-90-91 Stapleton, Doug.......................... 1980-81 Stegmaier, Brandon......................... 2008 Sternweiler, Roy.............. 1985-86-88-89 Stevens, Cory........................2002-03-04 Stingle, Gary.............................. 1965-67 Strang, Brett..........................1995-96-97 Stroup, Michael............................... 1967 Studebaker, Andy............................ 1992 Sutherland, David...................... 1968-69 Synk, Andy...................................... 2005 Syracuse, Vetus.......................... 1997-98

Steve Theophilus

Paul Wayne

** T-T-T-T ** Tatley, Pete................................. 1983-84 Tesler, Craig..........................1974-75-76 Tesler, Roy............................1976-77-78 Theophilus, Bob.............. 1979-80-81-82 Theophilus, Steve............ 1977-78-79-80 Thomas, Charlie......................... 1981-82 Thomas, Tommy............. 1997-98-99-00 Tilford, Scott.........................2000-01-02 Tillman, Rich.................................. 1976 Tinajero, Mike.......................1998-99-00 Topolic, Dusko................ 2007-08-09-10 Topper, Steven................................ 2007 Traver, Dan...........................1992-93-94 Turton, Derek.................................. 2006 ** V-V-V-V ** Vaccaro, Ben................... 1998-99-00-01 Valbuena, Larry............... 1984-85-86-87 Vallow, Scott................... 1995-96-97-98 Van Houten, Hunter........ 2006-07-08-09 Veth, Dana....................................... 2006 Vincent, Jeff.................................... 1985 ** W-W-W-W ** Wayne, Paul..........................1971-72-73 Weaver, Burt................................... 2001 Weismann, Fred....................1967-68-69 Wesley, Dennis........................... 1983-84 Westin, Bertil............................. 1984-85 Weston, Max.............................. 2009-10 Wiest, Michael......................2010-11-12 Wolynec, Orest........................... 1966-67 Woods, Bobby................................. 2003 Williams, Chris............... 1989-90-91-92 Williams, Kyle........................... 2005-06 Wimmer, Dieter............... 1977-78-79-80 Wisniewski, Kevin.......... 1998-99-00-01 ** Y-Y-Y-Y ** Yanick, Matt............................... 2004-05 Yeardley, Brian................................ 1982 ** Z-Z-Z-Z ** Zaft, Dave....................................... 1974 Zaun-Cook, Brian........... 1985-86-87-88 Zyga, Zenon.................................... 1978

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LEADERS & RECORDS YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS

Omari Aldridge

Jason Began

YR 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

PLAYER.......................G-A-PTS Terry Butwid...................... 5-1=11 Guenter Herold.................. 9-3=21 Jim Brewer........................ 5-0=10 Tom Asimou...................... 8-0=16 Jim Brewer........................ 7-5=19 Don Gable.......................... 4-2=10 Warren Heede.................... 8-3=19 Warren Heede.................. 10-3=23 Rich Cotton........................ 6-2=14 Tim Davis.......................... 5-4=14 Steve Kittelberger.............. 5-4=14 Ken Hendershott................ 7-1=15 Marty Rolnick.................... 5-0=10 Ken Hendershott................ 9-2=20 Dennis Mepham................ 8-5=21 Dennis Mepham.............. 11-2=24 Don Popp......................... 10-2=22 Neil Ridgway................... 12-5=29 Neil Ridgway................. 10-10=30 Dennis Wesley................. 24-4=52 Mark Jackson................... 10-2=22 Mark Jackson................... 14-2=30 Nan Chul Shin................... 7-2=16 Mike Anticoli..................... 5-2=12 Kyle Royer........................ 4-4=12 Mike Anticoli..................... 7-3=17 Kyle Royer...................... 3-11=17 Rob Martella.................... 11-8=30 Rob Martella.................... 11-3=25 Rob Martella...................... 9-6=24 Rob Martella.................... 14-8=36 Tom Kinney..................... 10-5=25 Joe Burch......................... 13-6=32 Steve Klein...................... 8-10=26 Steve Klein.................... 18-14=50 Bobby Biggs...................... 9-4=22 Nick Kolliniatis................. 5-3=13 Chris Doré......................... 9-8=26

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Matt Lyons......................... 5-8=18 Detrick Matthews.............. 6-1=13 Paul Dhaliwal.................... 4-2=10 Dustin Snyder.................... 6-4=16 Omari Aldridge.................. 6-2=14 Omari Aldridge................ 11-3=25 Justin Kim.......................... 5-2=12 Cameron Hepple................ 4-3=11 Chuko Evwaraye............... 5-0=10 Cameron Hepple.............. 10-1=21 Max Weston....................... 4-5=13 Danny Baraldi.................... 5-8=18 Anthony Grant................... 8-4=20

SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS

POINTS 1. Dennis Wesley (1983)......................52 2. Steve Klein (1996)...........................50 3. Neil Ridgway (1983)........................41 4. Rob Martella (1992).........................36 5. Joe Burch (1994)..............................32 6. Steve Klein (1994)...........................31 7. Neil Ridgway (1982)........................30 Mark Jackson (1985)........................30 Rob Martella (1989).........................30 10. Neil Ridgway (1981)........................29 Mark Jackson (1983)........................29 Dave Kindl (1996)...........................29

David DeGraff

GOALS 1. Dennis Wesley (1983)......................24 2. Steve Klein (1996)...........................18 3. Mark Jackson (1985)........................14 Rob Martella (1992).........................14 5. Joe Burch (1994)..............................13 6. Neil Ridgway (1981)........................12 Neil Ridgway (1983)........................12 8. Dennis Mepham (1979)...................11 Rob Martella (1989).........................11 Rob Martella (1990).........................11 Dave Kindl (1996)...........................11 Omari Aldridge (2005).....................11

Dennis Wesley

ASSISTS 1. Neil Ridgway (1983)........................17 Steve Klein (1994)...........................17 3. Steve Klein (1996)...........................14 4. Chris Iantoni (1991).........................12 Brian Ferguson (1992).....................12 Tom Kinney (1992)..........................12 Jason Began (1996)..........................12 8. Kyle Royer (1988)...........................11 Jason Began (1997)..........................11 10. Neil Ridgway (1982)........................10 Brian Ferguson (1989).....................10 Frank Frostino (1994)......................10 Steve Klein (1995)...........................10

Mickey Loescher, a four-year starter, had a career total of 335 saves

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE * 1. Scott Vallow (1995)......................0.52 2. Greg Murphy (1991).....................0.60 3. Kim Bucher (1983).......................0.69 4. Scott Vallow (1996)......................0.70 5. Mickey Loescher (1989)...............0.79 6. Dan Traver (1992).........................0.80 7. Scott Vallow (1997)......................0.85 8. Dan Traver (1994).........................0.87 Scott Vallow (1998)......................0.87 10. Mickey Loescher (1987)...............0.94 * min. 800 minutes played - since 1980

CAREER LEADERS

POINTS 1. Steve Klein (1993-96)....................119 2. Rob Martella (1989-92).................115 3. Neil Ridgway (1980-83)................107 4. Mark Jackson (1982-85)................100 5. Joe Burch (1993-96)........................80 6. Chris Doré (1996-99).......................75 7. Jason Began (1994-97)....................71 8. Dennis Wesley (1983-84).................68 9. Dave Kindl (1993-96)......................66 10. Dennis Mepham (1976-79)...............59 GOALS 1. Rob Martella (1989-92)...................45 2. Mark Jackson (1982-85)..................42 3. Neil Ridgway (1980-83)..................37 Steve Klein (1993-96)......................37 5. Dennis Wesley (1983-84).................30 6. Joe Burch (1993-96)........................29 7. Dave Kindl (1993-96)......................27 8. Chris Doré (1996-99).......................26 9. Dennis Mepham (1976-79)..............25 10. Warren Heede (1970-73)..................24 ASSISTS 1. Steve Klein (1993-96)......................45 2. Jason Began (1994-97)....................39 3. Brian Ferguson (1989-93)................36 4. Neil Ridgway (1980-83)..................33 5. Chris Iantoni (1988-91)....................25 Rob Martella (1989-92)...................25 7. Tom Kinney (1990-93)....................24 Bob Theophilus (1979-82)...............24 9. Chris Doré (1996-99).......................23 10. Joe Burch (1993-96)........................22 Kyle Royer (1987-90)......................22 SAVES 1. Joe Koury (1979-82)......................436 2. David DeGraff (2000-03)..............376 3. Mickey Loescher (1986-89)...........335 4. Scott Vallow (1995-98)..................320 5. Bob Alarcon (1975-78)..................275 6. Paul Shoemaker (2005-08)............259 7. Dan Traver (1992-94)....................234

SAVES 1. Gary Palmisano (1972)..................135 2. Joe Koury (1982)...........................127 David DeGraff (2003)....................127 4. Joe Koury (1981)...........................122 5. Kim Bucher (1983)........................106 6. Scott Vallow (1997).......................100 Michael Wiest (2012).....................100 8. Bob Alarcon (1977)..........................98 Kim Bucher (1984)..........................98 10. Joe Koury (1980).............................95 Ty Fowler (1999).............................95

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FALCON MEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

Kim Bucher

Brian Ferguson

Joe Koury

Individual Records

Goals Match (5)................................................Don Popp vs. Toledo (Sept. 16, 1981) Season (24)........................................................................Dennis Wesley, 1983 Career (45).....................................................................Rob Martella, 1989-92 Assists Match (4)......................Brian Ferguson vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 20, 1989) Season (17)....................................... Neil Ridgway, 1983 & Steve Klein, 1994 Career (45)....................................................................... Steve Klein, 1993-96

Note: Neil Ridgway (1980-83) holds the career record in BG’s single-assist per goal era (1965-87) with 33. Ridgway also shares the match assist record of three (vs. Ohio State - Oct. 22, 1983), with Mladen Medancic (vs. St. Bonaventure - Sept. 4, 1983) and Bob Theophilus (vs. Toledo - Sept. 16, 1981) during the single-assist per goal era.

Points Match (11)..............................................Don Popp vs. Toledo (Sept. 16, 1981) Season (52)....................................... Dennis Wesley, 1983 (24 goals, 4 assists) Career (119)...................................Steve Klein, 1993-96 (37 goals, 45 assists)

Note: Neil Ridgway (1980-83) holds the all-time career points record in the single-assist per goal era (1965-87) with 107.

Goalie Saves Game (28)............................................. Gary Kovacs vs. Akron (Oct. 8, 1968) Season (149)........................................................................ Gary Kovacs, 1968 Career (441)........................................................................Joe Koury, 1979-82 Goalie Shutouts (Complete Matches Only) Season (12)........................................ Kim Bucher, 1983 & Scott Vallow, 1997 Career (42)......................................................................Scott Vallow, 1995-98 Goals-Against Average Season (0.52)....................................Scott Vallow, 1995 (11 goals/20 matches) Career (0.74).............................. Scott Vallow, 1995-98 (65 goals/85 matches)

Team Records

Goals Most Scored • Match (21)........................................vs. Findlay (Sept. 8, 1982) Most Scored • Season (72)......................................................................... 1983 Most Allowed • Match (8)........................ vs. Cleveland State (Oct. 18, 1975); ................................................................................... vs. Akron (Nov. 3, 2006) Most Allowed • Season (76)...................................................................... 2004 Fewest Scored • Season (14)...................................................................... 1976 Fewest Allowed • Season (12)................................................................... 1991 Consecutive Match Scoring (31).......................................................... 1982-84 Assists Match (13)............................................... vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 3, 1996) Season (94)................................................................................................. 1996 Note: Double assists on goals were not awarded at BGSU until the 1988 season. The previous match assist record of 12 was set against Findlay (Sept. 8, 1982).

Gary Kovacs

Don Popp

Scott Vallow

Goalie Saves Match (28)................................................................... vs. Akron (Oct. 8, 1968) Season (190)............................................................................................... 1972 Shots Most Taken • Match (67).....................................vs. Heidelberg (Oct. 7, 1969) Most Taken • Season -- 16+ matches (494)..........................1996 (23 matches) Most Taken • Season -- 15 matches or less (482).................1972 (12 matches) Most Allowed • Season -- 16+ matches (342)......................1997 (24 matches) Most Allowed • Season -- 15 matches or less (300)...............1967 (9 matches) Fewest Taken • Season (163)..................................................................... 2004 Fewest Allowed • Season (156)................................................................. 1970 Wins, Losses, Streaks, Shutouts Consecutive Wins • Season (14)................................................................ 1996 Consecutive Wins (14)............................................................................... 1996 Consecutive Losses (19)............................................................................ 2004 Consecutive One-Goal Losses (5)............................................................. 1999 Unbeaten Streak • Season (14).............................1992 (13-0-1), 1996 (14-0-0) Longest Unbeaten Streak (17)................................................1991-92 (16-0-1) Home Winning Streak • Season (9)................................................. 1994, 1996 Longest Home Winning Streak (13)..................................................... 1991-93 Road Winning Streak • Season (6)................................................. 1983#, 1992 Longest Road Winning Streak (6)................................... 1983#, 1989-90, 1992 Home Unbeaten Streak • Season (10)............................................ 1996 (9-0-1) Longest Home Unbeaten Streak (15)......................................1972-75 (14-0-1) Note: BG had a 14-match unbeaten streak (13-0-1) for 1995 and 1996, including nine straight victories

Road Unbeaten Streak • Season (10)........................................... 1983# (9-0-1) Longest Road Unbeaten Streak (16).......................................1991-92 (13-0-3) Most Wins • Season (18).................................................................. 1996, 1997 Most Home Wins • Season (9)............................................... 1991, 1994, 1996 Most Road Wins • Season (13).................................................................. 1997 Most Losses • Season (19)......................................................................... 2004 Fewest Losses • Season (2).......................................... 1972, 1973, 1991, 1992 Fewest Road Losses • Season (0).................................................... 1975, 1991 Fewest Home Losses • Season (0).................................. 7 times (Last in 1996) Fewest Home Wins • Season (0)................................................................ 2004 Fewest Road Wins • Season (0)............................................. 1965, 1967, 2004 Most Ties • Season (5)............................................................................... 1979 Fewest Ties • Season (0)............................................... 10 times (Last in 2004) Most Shutouts • Season (12).................................................. 1991, 1996, 1997 Fewest Shutouts • Season (0)................................................. 1967, 1968, 2004 Consecutive Shutouts (5).................................................. 1977-78, 1983, 1991 Consecutive Shutouts • Season (5).................................................. 1983, 1991 Consecutive Home Shutouts (5)............................ 1973-74, 1977-78, 1991-92 Consecutive Home Shutouts • Season (4).................... 1981, 1983, 1992, 1996 Consecutive Road Shutouts (8).................................................................. 1991 Most Times Shutout • Season (11)............................................................. 2008 Fewest Times Shutout • Season (0).................................................. 1978, 1983 Most Consecutive Games Allowing A Hat Trick (4)................................. 1999 # Includes forfeit victory (originally a 4-2 Falcon loss)

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HONORS & AWARDS

Chris Bartels

Jason Began

NATIONAL HONORS

NSCAA All-American 1972.........................Dave Dyminski, B (HM) 1973............................. Dave Dyminski, B (2) 1974............................. Bud Lewis, MF (HM) 1979........................Dennis Mepham, F (HM) 1982............................. Neil Ridgway, MF (1) 1983............................. Neil Ridgway, MF (1) 1987..................................... Jon Felton, B (3) 1992................................. Rob Martella, F (1) 1996................................ Steve Klein, MF (1) 1997...............................Scott Vallow, GK (3) 1998...............................Scott Vallow, GK (3) 1999................................. Chris Doré, MF (3)

Steve Cabalka

Tony Doré

ISAA Senior Bowl 1973...................................Dave Dyminski, B 1980................................Dieter Wimmer, MF 1983...................................Neil Ridgway, MF 1989............................. Mickey Loescher, GK 1992....................................... Rob Martella, F Nike College All-Star Challenge 1996...................................... Steve Klein, MF Umbro Select College All-Star Classic 1996........................... Steve Klein, MF (East) 1998........................... Scott Vallow, GK (D-I) 1999............................Chris Doré, MF (West)

ISAA Adidas Scholar-Athlete All-American 1988.................................Kyle Royer, MF (2) 1989.................................... Kyle Royer, F (3) 1990.................................... Kyle Royer, F (1) 1991............................. Greg Murphy, GK (1)

U.S. Olympic Festival 1989.......................... Rob Martella, F (North) 1990.........................Rob Martella, F (West) * 1991....................... Rob Martella, F (North) * * Gold Medal winning team

NSCAA Scholar-Athlete All-American 1995...............................Joe Burch, MF (HM)

U.S. Olympic Select Camp (U-23) 1995...........................................Tony Doré, B .............................................. Steve Klein, MF .......................... Jason Began, MF (Alternate)

GTE/CoSIDA Fall-Winter At-Large Academic All-American 1991................................... Greg Murphy, GK 1995................................... Joe Burch, MF (3) 1996.......................................Joe Burch, F (1) 1999...................................Ty Fowler, GK (1)

Soccer News All-American 1997.......................... Scott Vallow, GK (HM)

ESPN The Magazine Acad. All-American 2009.........................Jacob Lawrence, D/F (1) NSCAA Hall of Fame 1995...................... Mickey Cochrane (Coach) NSCAA Letter of Commendation 1964...................... Mickey Cochrane (Coach) 1996......................... Gary Palmisano (Coach) NSCAA Honor Award 1978...................... Mickey Cochrane (Coach) ISAA Jeffrey Award 1984...................... Mickey Cochrane (Coach) ISAA Hermann Award Finalist 1983...................................Neil Ridgway, MF Rob Martella earned a pair of Gold medals in three trips to the U.S. Olympic Festival 94 BOWLING GREEN • 2013 MEN’S SOCCER

Pat Kenney

Dieter Wimmer

Soccer America All-Freshman Team 1989....................................... Rob Martella, F

REGIONAL HONORS

NSCAA All-Region (Midwest) 1966.................................... Dean Forsberg, B .................................................. Bob Hall, GK 1968........................................Tom Asimou, F ...............................................Mike Golden, B .................................. Wolfgang Petrasko, MF 1969.......................... Wolfgang Petrasko, MF ........................................... Fred Weismann, F 1971.........................Dave Dyminski, B (HM) ................................... Warren Heede, F (HM) 1972............................. Dave Dyminski, B (2) ..................................... Chris Bartels, F (HM) ................................... Warren Heede, F (HM) 1973............................. Dave Dyminski, B (1) 1974..................................Bud Lewis, MF (2) 1975............................ Steve Cabalka, MF (2) 1978........................Dennis Mepham, F (HM) ..............................Dieter Wimmer, MF (HM) 1979..................................Dennis Mepham, F 1980................................Dieter Wimmer, MF 1981............................. Neil Ridgway, MF (2) .........................................Jim House, B (HM) 1982............................. Neil Ridgway, MF (1) 1983..........................................Pat Kenney, B ...........................................Neil Ridgway, MF .............................................Dennis Wesley, F 1984................................ Mark Jackson, F (1) ............................................Pat Kenney, B (2) ....................................... Dennis Wesley, F (2) 1985................................ Mark Jackson, F (2) 1986....................... Mickey Loescher, GK (2) ............................................ Joe Petzker, B (2) .......................................Nan Chul Shin, F (2) 1987..................................... Jon Felton, B (1) ............................... Mickey Loescher, GK (1) .........................................Kyle Royer, MF (3) 1988.................................Kyle Royer, MF (3) 1989....................... Mickey Loescher, GK (1) ......................................... Rob Martella, F (2) 1990................................. Rob Martella, F (2) 1991............................. Greg Murphy, GK (1) ...................................... Chris Iantoni, MF (2) ......................................... Rob Martella, F (2) 1992................................. Rob Martella, F (1) .................................. Brian Ferguson, MF (2) ...................................... Chris Williams, B (2) 1993.......................... Brian Ferguson, MF (3) ....................................... Tom Kinney, MF (3) BGSUFALCONS.COM


HONORS & AWARDS

Drew Dawson

Bob Gofus

NSCAA All-Region (Great Lakes) 1994................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ........................................ Steve Klein, MF (2) 1995................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ........................................ Steve Klein, MF (1) 1996................................ Steve Klein, MF (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ....................................... Jason Began, MF (2) ...............................................Joe Burch, F (2) 1997............................... Jason Began, MF (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ............................................. Dan Kindl, B (2) 1998...............................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ......................................... Chris Doré, MF (2) 1999................................. Chris Doré, MF (1) ......................................... Fred Degand, B (2) 2000.............................. Fred Degand, MF (1) 2001................................... Tony Malik, B (3) 2012............................Danny Baraldi, MF (3) Verizon/CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV 1994.......................................Joe Burch, MF* 1995................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) 1996.......................................Joe Burch, F (1) 1999...................................Ty Fowler, GK (1) 2001................................... Tony Malik, D (1) 2008..................... Jacob Lawrence, MF/D (1) 2009.........................Jacob Lawrence, D/F (1) ............................ Hunter Van Houten, MF (1) *Only one team named in 1994

Mike Kaminenski

Eric Seldin

STATE HONORS

NSCAA/OSCA All-Ohio 1963................................... Doug Lorenzen, F 1964.......................................... Bob Hall, GK .......................................................Luis Tay, F 1965.......................................Terry Butwid, F 1966.......................................Terry Butwid, F ......................................Guenter Herold, F (1) 1967................................... Fred Weismann, F 1968...................................... Pete Farrell, MF .................................. Wolfgang Petrasko, MF ........................................... Fred Weismann, F 1969.................................... Jim Brewer, F (2) ..................................Gary Kovacs, GK (HM) ........................ Wolfgang Petrasko, MF (HM) ................................. Fred Weismann, F (HM) 1970.....................Wolfgang Petrasko, MF (1) ............................Mike Kamienski, MF (HM) 1971............................. Dave Dyminski, B (1) ........................................Warren Heede, F (2) ...........................................Joe Costa, F (HM) 1972............................. Dave Dyminski, B (1) ........................................Warren Heede, F (1) ..................................... Chris Bartels, F (HM) ........................................Eric Seldin, B (HM) 1973............................. Dave Dyminski, B (1) ................................... Rich Cotton, MF (HM) ......................................... Tim Davis, F (HM) 1974..................................Bud Lewis, MF (1) ................................Steve Cabalka, MF (HM) ................................... Rich Cotton, MF (HM)

ISAA Great Lakes Region Adidas ScholarAthlete All-America 1987................................... Ron Haines, B (1) 1988.................................Kyle Royer, MF (1) ........................................... Ron Haines, B (1) 1989.................................... Kyle Royer, F (1) 1990.................................... Kyle Royer, F (1) ....................................... Jim Konrad, B (HM) 1991............................. Greg Murphy, GK (1) 1995................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ....................................... Jason Began, MF (2) ........................................Dave Michels, B (3) NSCAA Mideast “Coach of the Year” 1983.......................................Gary Palmisano 1992.......................................Gary Palmisano 1996..............................................Mel Mahler All-Star Games (Olympic Regional Team) 1978..........................Bob Alarcon, GK (East)

Ron Haines was a three-time Academic AllOhio selection from 1986-88

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Chris Williams

............................. Steve Kittelberger, F (HM) 1975............................ Steve Cabalka, MF (1) ............................................. Glenn Jost, B (2) 1976...............................Jim Kittelberger, MF ............................................... Bob Lewis, MF ............................................ Marty Rolnick, B 1977.........................................Kevin Bové, B ................................................... Bob Brihn, B 1978.......................... Bob Alarcon, GK (HM) ......................................... Bob Brihn, B (HM) .................................... Dennis Mepham, F (2) .................................. Dieter Wimmer, MF (2) 1979..................................Dennis Mepham, F ........................................Dieter Wimmer, MF 1980................................Dieter Wimmer, MF 1981............................. Neil Ridgway, MF (1) ............................................ Jim House, B (2) 1982............................. Neil Ridgway, MF (1) .................................Bob Theophilus, F (HM) 1983..........................................Pat Kenney, B ...........................................Neil Ridgway, MF .............................................Dennis Wesley, F 1984................................ Mark Jackson, F (1) ........................................Kim Bucher, GK (2) ....................................... Dennis Wesley, F (3) ....................................... Pat Kenney, B (HM) 1985................................ Mark Jackson, F (2) ................................Drew Dawson, MF (HM) 1986....................... Mickey Loescher, GK (1) ............................................ Joe Petzker, B (1) .......................................Nan Chul Shin, F (1) 1987....................... Mickey Loescher, GK (1) .............................................. Kyle Royer, MF 1988...................................... Mike Anticoli, F .............................................. Kyle Royer, MF 1989....................... Mickey Loescher, GK (1) ......................................... Rob Martella, F (1) ...................................... Chris Iantoni, MF (2) ............................................ Kyle Royer, F (2) 1990................................. Rob Martella, F (1) ...................................... Chris Iantoni, MF (2) ...................................... Chris Williams, B (2) 1991.............................. Chris Iantoni, MF (1) ......................................... Rob Martella, F (1) ..................................... Greg Murphy, GK (1) ...................................... Chris Williams, B (2) 1992................................. Rob Martella, F (1) ...................................... Chris Williams, B (1) .................................. Brian Ferguson, MF (2) 1993.......................... Brian Ferguson, MF (2) ....................................... Tom Kinney, MF (2) ......................................... Dan Traver, GK (2) BGSUFALCONS.COM


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Bob Alarcon

Chip Esckilsen

1994................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ........................................ Steve Klein, MF (1) 1995................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ........................................ Steve Klein, MF (1) ............................................ Dave Kindl, F (2) 1996............................... Jason Began, MF (1) ...............................................Joe Burch, F (1) ........................................ Steve Klein, MF (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) 1997............................... Jason Began, MF (1) ............................................. Dan Kindl, B (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ......................................... Chris Doré, MF (2) 1998................................. Chris Doré, MF (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ................................. Nick Kolliniatis, MF (2) 1999................................. Chris Doré, MF (1) ......................................... Fred Degand, B (1) .........................................Adam Erhard, B (2) 2000.............................. Fred Degand, MF (1) .........................................Adam Erhard, B (2) .........................................Matt Lyons, MF (2) ........................................ Gene Braxton, F (2) 2001................................... Tony Malik, D (1) ..................................Detrick Matthews, F (2) 2002................................Matt Leardini, D (1) ................................... David DeGraff, GK (1) 2006..................................Justin Kim, MF (2) 2007................................. Abiola Sandy, F (1) 2008......................... Jacob Lawrence, MF (1) 2009.........................Jacob Lawrence, D/F (2) ................................... Cameron Hepple, F (2) 2010........................... Dusko Topolic, D/F (2) 2011.............................Danny Baraldi, MF (1) 2012............................Danny Baraldi, MF (2) .......................................Anthony Grant, F (2) OCSA Academic All-Ohio 1982..................................Drew Dawson, MF 1986......................................... Ron Haines, B 1987................................... Ron Haines, B (2) ............................... Mickey Loescher, GK (2) 1988................................... Ron Haines, B (2) .........................................Kyle Royer, MF (2) 1989.................................... Kyle Royer, F (1) 1990................................... Jim Konrad, B (2) ..................................... Greg Murphy, GK (2) ............................................ Kyle Royer, F (1) 1991............................. Greg Murphy, GK (1) 1992.....................................Brian Lord, B (2) 1994................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) 1995................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ....................................... Jason Began, MF (3) ........................................Dave Michels, B (3)

Ron Haines

Jim Kittelberger

1999...................................Ty Fowler, GK (1) 2001................................... Tony Malik, D (1) ..................................Detrick Matthews, F (1) ..................................... Matt Leardini, MF (2) ..........................................Ben Vaccaro, D (2) ...............................Kevin Wisnewski, MF (2) 2002................................Matt Leardini, D (1) 2006................................ Kyle McNayr, D (1) 2007.................... Hunter Van Houten, MF (1) 2009.........................Jacob Lawrence, D/F (1) ............................ Hunter Van Houten, MF (2) 2011................................ Zach Lemke, MF (1) .................................... Brandon Silva, MF (1) 2012............................... Zach Lemke, MF (1) Carl W. Dale Award (Ohio “MVP”) 1973...................................Dave Dyminski, B 1975..................................Steve Cabalka, MF 1982...................................Neil Ridgway, MF 1983...................................Neil Ridgway, MF 1989...........................Mickey Loescher, GK+ .............................................Rob Martella, F+ 1991.....................................Rob Martella, F+ .........................................Greg Murphy, GK+ 1992.....................................Rob Martella, F+ ..........................................Chris Williams, B+ 1997.................................. Scott Vallow, GK+

Dave Michels

Wolfgang Petrasko

1998.................................. Scott Vallow, GK+ +Previously awarded to the top defensive player in the state. Currently given to the top vote recipient at each position. Ohio-Indiana Senior Game 1971....................................... Bob Gofus, MF .........................................Howard Siegel, MF ............................Ivan Madar, MF (Alternate) ................................Mickey Cochrane, Coach 1972....................................... Chris Bartels, F ................................................Norm Dykes, F ...............................................Eric Seldin, MF ................................Mickey Cochrane, Coach OCSA All-Ohio North-South Senior Game 1969..........................................Jim Brewer, F ................................Mickey Cochrane, Coach ............................................Gary Kovacs, GK ......................................... Dave Sutherland, B ...........................................Fred Weismann, B 1970.............................. Mike Kamienski, MF .................................. Wolfgang Petrasko, MF ...............................................Jim Pschirrer, B 1971...........................................Don Gable, F ............................................... Bob Gofus, MF .............................................. Ivan Madar, MF ............................................ Howard Siegel, B

Mark Jackson scores in a 1983 match. Jackson was a two-time All-Ohio selection

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HONORS & AWARDS

Mike Anticoli

Bob Boss

1972...................................... Jim Botticelli, B ...............................................Bob Gearhart, F ................................Mickey Cochrane, Coach OCSA Honor Award 1989........................Mickey Cochrane, Coach OCSA “Coach of the Year” 1969.................................... Mickey Cochrane 1972.................................... Mickey Cochrane 1983.......................................Gary Palmisano 1987.......................................Gary Palmisano 1992.......................................Gary Palmisano 1995..............................................Mel Mahler 1997..............................................Mel Mahler Doc Nichols Award (Ohio’s Top Division I Team) 1973........................................ Bowling Green 1991........................................ Bowling Green 1992........................................ Bowling Green 1995........................................ Bowling Green 1996........................................ Bowling Green 1997........................................ Bowling Green

CONFERENCE HONORS

OCSA All-MAC Coaches 1971............................. Dave Dyminski, B (1) ..........................................Bob Gofus, MF (1) ............................................... Joe Costa, F (1) ................................... Howard Siegel, MF (2) ........................................Warren Heede, F (2) 1972.................................... Eric Seldin, B (1) ..................................... Dave Dyminski, B (1) ..........................................Chris Bartels, F (1) ............................................. Glenn Jost, B (2) ........................................Warren Heede, F (2) 1973............................. Dave Dyminski, B (1) ............................................... Bob Boss, F (1) ..........................................Greg Brooks, B (1) ..............................................Tim Davis, F (1) ........................................... Rich Cotton, F (1) ........................................Warren Heede, F (2) 1974..................................Bud Lewis, MF (1) .................................... Steve Cabalka, MF (1) ............................................... Bob Boss, F (1) .............................. Steve Kittelberger, MF (1) ........................................... Rich Cotton, F (2) .......................................... Bart Hayden, F (2) 1975..................................... Glenn Jost, B (1) ....................................... Steve Cabalka, B (1) ..................................Steve Kittelberger, F (1)

Dan Kindl

Dave Kindl

........................................Kevin Bové, MF (1) ........................................Doug Olson, MF (1) All-MASC # 1986........................................... Jon Felton, B ................................................. Ron Haines, B ..................................................Joe Petzker, B ........................................ Larry Valbuena, MF .............................................Nan Chul Shin, F 1987........................................... Jon Felton, B .................................................Tom Kasten, F ........................................Kevin McGrath, MF ........................................ Larry Valbuena, MF .............................................. Kyle Royer, MF 1988...............................Andrew Arthurs, MF ............................................Chris Iantoni, MF .............................................. Kyle Royer, MF 1989....................................Chris Iantoni, MF ..................................... Mickey Loescher, GK ............................................... Rob Martella, F ..................................................Kyle Royer, F 1990................................ Brian Ferguson, MF ............................................Chris Iantoni, MF ............................................... Rob Martella, F ............................................Chris Williams, B

Gary Palmisano (foreground) and Mel Mahler each were named the state’s Coach of the Year by the OCSA on multiple occasions

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Tim Concannon

Bob Theophilus

1991....................................... Pepé Aragon, B ................................................... Bob Boyle, F ............................................Chris Iantoni, MF ............................................... Rob Martella, F ........................................... Greg Murphy, GK ............................................Chris Williams, B 1992....................................... Pepé Aragon, B ................................................... Bob Boyle, F ............................................... Rob Martella, F ...............................................Dan Traver, GK # Mid-America Soccer Conference - Only one all-star team named All-MAC % 1993.......................... Brian Ferguson, MF (1) ....................................... Tom Kinney, MF (1) .................................. Frank Frostino, B (HM) .....................................Dan Traver, GK (HM) ..................................Ryan McCue, MF (HM) 1994........................................Jason Began, B .................................................Joe Burch, MF ......................................... Frank Frostino, MF .............................................. Steve Klein, MF ...............................................Dan Traver, GK 1995.....................................Jason Began, MF .................................................Joe Burch, MF .............................................. Steve Klein, MF 1996.....................................Jason Began, MF .................................................... Joe Burch, F ...................................................Tony Doré, B ..................................................Dave Kindl, F .............................................. Steve Klein, MF 1997............................... Jason Began, MF (1) ............................................. Dan Kindl, B (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ...........................................Brett Strang, B (2) 1998......................... Nick Kolliniatis, MF (1) .......................................Scott Vallow, GK (1) ......................................... Chris Doré, MF (2) 1999................................. Chris Doré, MF (1) ......................................... Fred Degand, B (1) 2000...................................... Fred Degand (1) ............................................. Adam Erhard (1) .................................................Matt Lyons (2) 2001................................... Tony Malik, D (1) ..................................Detrick Matthews, F (2) 2002................................Matt Leardini, D (1) ................................... David DeGraff, GK (1) 2003............................ Paul Dhaliwal, MF (2) ..............................................Eric Duda, D (2) 2005............................. Omari Aldridge, F (1) 2006..................................Justin Kim, MF (2) 2007........................Cameron Hepple, MF (2) BGSUFALCONS.COM


HONORS & AWARDS ..................................... Matt Griesinger (HM) ....................................... Brandon Silva (HM) ....................................... Michael Wiest (HM) The MAC Academic Honor Roll took the place of the Academic All-MAC Team from 1999-2001

The Falcons celebrate their 1995 MAC Tournament title, the first in school history ...................................Thomas McLean, D (2) ......................................... Abiola Sandy, F (2) 2009........................... Cameron Hepple, F (2) 2010.......................... Miguel Rosales, GK (2) 2011...................................Rodcliff Hall, F (2) 2012............................Danny Baraldi, MF (1) .......................................Anthony Grant, F (1) % Only one all-star unit named 1994-96 (five player limit per team); honorable mention picks named in 1993 All-MASC Academic% 1986......................................... Ron Haines, B 1987......................................... Ron Haines, B 1988......................................... Ron Haines, B 1989..........................................Kyle Royer, F 1990..........................................Kyle Royer, F 1991................................... Greg Murphy, GK 1992.......................................... Brian Lord, B % Only one all-star team named Academic All-MAC 1993........................ Tim Concannon, F (HM) 1994................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) .....................................Tim Concannon, F (1) ........................................Dave Michels, B (1) .......................... Brian Glibkowski, MF (HM) ....................................Steve Klein, MF (HM) 1995............................... Jason Began, MF (1) ........................................... Joe Burch, MF (1) ................................... Dave Michels, B (HM) 1996............................... Jason Began, MF (1) ...............................................Joe Burch, F (1) .......................... Brian Glibkowski, MF (HM) 1997............................... Jason Began, MF (1) ...............................Brian Glibkowski, MF (1) ...........................................Brett Strang, B (1) 1998......................... Nick Kolliniatis, MF (1) ...................................... Ty Fowler, GK (HM) 2002.....................................Matt Leardini (1) 2003........................... David DeGraff, GK (1)

..............................................Eric Duda, D (1) 2006.....................................Kyle McNayr (1) .................................................Ryan Perea (1) 2007................................. Jacob Lawrence (1) ....................................Hunter Van Houten (1) 2008............................... Chuko Evwaraye (1) ......................................... Jacob Lawrence (1) ....................................Hunter Van Houten (1) ........................................ Kyle McNayr (HM) 2009................................. Jacob Lawrence (1) ....................................Hunter Van Houten (1) 2010................................. Zach Lemke (HM) 2011.....................................Brandon Silva (1) ............................................Michael Wiest (1) 2012.......................................Zach Lemke (1) .....................................Ryan Comiskey (HM)

MAC Academic Honor Roll (Est. 1999) 1999............................................Bobby Biggs .................................................. Gene Braxton ....................................................Jason Bryant ........................................................ Ty Fowler ......................................................Tony Malik ............................................Detrick Matthews .................................................... Ben Vaccaro ........................................... Kevin Wisniewski 2000........................................ Michael Began .................................................. Gene Braxton ............................................Matthew Leardini ......................................................Tony Malik ............................................Detrick Matthews ...............................................Adam Schokora .................................................... Ben Vaccaro ........................................... Kevin Wisniewski 2001.........................................David DeGraff .................................................. Matt Leardini ......................................................Tony Malik ............................................Detrick Matthews .................................................... Ben Vaccaro ............................................ Kevin Wisnewski .................................................... Scott Tilford MAC Player of the Week (Established 1993) 1993..................Ryan McCue, MF (Sept. 6) * 1994..................Tim Concannon, F (Sept. 13) ................................Joe Burch, MF (Sept. 20) 1995..................... Steve Klein, MF (Sept. 25) ............................... Scott Vallow, GK (Oct. 3) ............................... Dave Kindl, F (Oct. 31) * 1996..................... Steve Klein, MF (Sept. 10)

BGSU won the 1996 league tourney crown as well, this time earning the title at Cochrane Field. The Falcons would go on to win a third-straight MAC tourney crown in 1997.

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HONORS & AWARDS MAC Newcomer of the Year 1994........................................Jason Began, B 2012................................. Anthony Grant, F ^ ^ co-recipient

............................Jason Began, MF (Sept. 17) .................................Steve Klein, MF (Oct. 8) .................................. Dave Kindl, F (Oct. 22) ................................Steve Klein, MF (Nov. 5) 1997............................ Zac Olson, F (Oct. 20) ............................ Scott Vallow, GK (Nov. 10) 1999..........................Ty Fowler, GK (Sept. 7) ................................Chris Doré, MF (Oct. 18) 2000................. David DeGraff, GK (Oct. 16) 2002................. Paul Dhaliwal, MF (Sept. 30) 2003................. David DeGraff, GK (Oct. 13) 2005.................. Omari Aldridge, F (Sept. 25) 2007.............. Paul Shoemaker, GK (Sept. 24) .................. Hunter Van Houten, MF (Oct. 29) 2008.............. Jacob Lawrence, MF (Sept. 15) 2009................ Cameron Hepple, F (Sept. 21) 2010................. Miguel Rosales, GK (Nov. 9) 2012................. Michael Wiest, GK (Aug. 28) .........................Danny Baraldi, MF (Sept. 11) .............................Anthony Grant, F (Oct. 30) * co-recipient MAC Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week (Information since 1995) 1995............................Dave Michels (Nov. 6) ........................................ Joe Burch (Nov. 13) 1996.............. Jason Began (Oct. 21, Nov. 18) .......................................... Joe Burch (Nov. 4) 1999.................................Ty Fowler (Oct. 11) 2002.......................... Matt Leardini (Nov. 21) 2007.................Hunter Van Houten (Sept. 20) ........................... Hunter Van Houten (Nov. 1) 2008......................Jacob Lawrence (Sept. 25) 2009....................... Jacob Lawrence (Oct. 23) 2012......................... Anthony Grant (Oct. 10) MAC Bob James Award 1995-96........................................... Joe Burch 2001-02.........................................Tony Malik All-MASC Tournament $ 1991............................................Ryan Dell, B .................... • (Outstanding Offensive Player) ............................................Chris Williams, B ................... • (Outstanding Defensive Player) $ No all-tournament team selected in 1991 (only year the MASC held an invite) All-MAC Tournament (Established 1994) 1994........................................Jason Began, B .................................................Joe Burch, MF .............................................. Steve Klein, MF 1996.....................................Jason Began, MF ...................................................Tony Doré, B .............................................. Steve Klein, MF .............................................Scott Vallow, GK 1997.....................................Jason Began, MF ............................................... Chris Doré, MF ................................................... Dan Kindl, B .............................................Scott Vallow, GK 1998....................................... Chris Doré, MF ............................................ Darren Niles, MF .............................................Scott Vallow, GK

Falcon Club Falcon Medal of Honor 2009-10..................................Jacob Lawrence Falcon Club Senior Student-Athlete of the Year (Established 1969-70 *) 1989-90.................................... Brian Drought 1991-92......................................Greg Murphy 1996-97.....................Joe Burch (co-recipient) 2001-02.........................................Tony Malik 2008-09.........................................Ryan Davis 2012-13....................................... Zach Lemke * Award given to top male and female starting in 1990-91; previously given to male/female combined

Joe Burch earned a veritable plethora of awards, both on and off the pitch 2000........................................... P.J. Behan, D .............................................. Gene Braxton, F ...............................................Fred Degand, D 2001.........................................Tony Malik, D 2002......................................Matt Leardini, D ................................................... Eric Duda, D .........................................David DeGraff, GK 2006..........................Hunter Van Houten, MF ..............................................Kyle McNayr, D 2010................................. Sam Galloway, MF ........................................Miguel Rosales, GK 2012.................................... Zach Schewee, D ..........................................Michael Wiest, GK Note: No MVP named in 1996-97-98, no alltournament team named in 1995 MASC Player of the Year 1986.....................................Nan Chul Shin, F 1987.................... Jon Felton, B (co-recipient) 1989............................. Mickey Loescher, GK 1991....................................Chris Iantoni, MF 1992....................................... Rob Martella, F MAC Player of the Year 1996...................................... Steve Klein, MF MASC Coach of the Year 1987.......................................Gary Palmisano 1989.......................................Gary Palmisano 1991.......................................Gary Palmisano 1992.......................................Gary Palmisano MAC Coach of the Year 1996..............................................Mel Mahler 2002..............................................Mel Mahler Note: Starting with the 1995 season, this award was renamed in honor of Gary V. Palmisano

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Falcon Club Male Junior Student-Athlete of the Year (Established 1987-88) 1988-89.................................... Brian Drought 1990-91......................................Greg Murphy 1995-96........................................... Joe Burch 2000-01.........................................Tony Malik 2009-10.................................. Garrett Bireline 2012-13.....................................Brandon Silva Dr. Greg Brooks Captain’s Award 1997............................................ Jason Began ........................................................Dan Kindl ..................................................... Brett Strang 1998...............................................Chris Doré .................................................... Darren Niles .................................................... Scott Vallow 1999............................................Jason Bryant .......................................................Chris Doré ................................................. Kevin Jackson Key (1) . ................................................ First Team (2)............................................... Second Team (3)..................................................Third Team (HM)................................ Honorable Mention Conference Affiliation Names ’68-75.....OCSA Mid-American Conference * ’86-87.................. Mid-America Soccer Cup * ’88-92...... Mid-America Soccer Conference * ’93-Present........... Mid-American Conference * Prior to soccer becoming a sanctioned sport by the Mid-American Conference, the Falcons previously competed as an independent in “mythical” leagues comprised of MAC schools Please direct any award omissions or errors to the BGSU Athletic Communications Office by email at mjcihon@bgsu.edu

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HONORS & AWARDS TEAM HONORS

Gary V. Palmisano Memorial Award - MVP (By Player Vote) - Named in Palmisano’s memory at the 1994 Awards Dinner (May 1995) 1969.................................................Fred Weismann 1970.................................................... Jim Pschirrer 1971........................................................ Bob Gofus 1972................................................ Dave Dyminski 1973.................................................................Team 1974........................................................ Bud Lewis 1975.........................................................Glenn Jost 1976...................................................... Craig Tesler 1977.........................................................Bob Brihn 1978..................................................... Bob Alarcon 1979............................................... Dennis Mepham 1980.................................................Dieter Wimmer 1981................................................... Neil Ridgway 1982................................................... Neil Ridgway 1983................................................... Neil Ridgway 1984................................................... Mark Jackson 1985...................................................Drew Dawson 1986.......................................................Ron Haines 1987.............................. Larry Valbuena, Jon Felton 1988................................................... Mike Anticoli 1989..............................................Mickey Loescher 1990.......................... Rob Martella, Chris Williams 1991.................................................................Team 1992.................................................... Rob Martella 1993......................................................Tom Kinney 1994.......................................................Steve Klein 1995.......................................................Steve Klein 1996.......................................................Steve Klein 1997...................................................... Brett Strang 1998........................................................ Chris Doré 1999........................................................ Chris Doré 2000....................................................... Matt Lyons 2001....................................................... Tony Malik 2002....................................................Matt Leardini 2003..................................................David DeGraff 2004................................................ Omari Aldridge 2005................................................ Omari Aldridge 2006...............................................John MacKenzie 2007....................................................Abiola Sandy 2008................................................Jacob Lawrence Tony Corsiglia Memorial Award - Top Rookie 1981............................................... Drew Dawson + 1982................................................... Mark Jackson 1983..................................................Dennis Wesley 1984................................................. Larry Valbuena 1985.........................................................Jon Felton 1986..............................................Mickey Loescher 1987....................................................... Kyle Royer 1988.....................................................Chris Iantoni 1989.................................................... Rob Martella 1990......................................................Tom Kinney 1991..................................................... Pepé Aragon 1992.....................................................Ryan McCue 1993.......................................................Steve Klein 1994......................................................Jason Began 1995..................................................... Scott Vallow 1996........................................................ Chris Doré 1997......................................................... Zac Olson 1998.............................................Detrick Matthews 1999....................................................Matt Leardini 2000..................................................David DeGraff 2001.................................................... Ricky Harper 2002......................................................... Eric Duda 2003................................................... Bobby Woods 2004....................................................Abiola Sandy 2005....................................................Kyle McNayr 2006...........................................Hunter Van Houten 2007.................................................. Dusko Topolic 2008...................................................... Tanner Fink

Note: No team awards given from 2009-present

Mickey Cochrane Coaches’ Award - Outstanding Attitude - Named in Cochrane’s honor at the 1994 Awards Dinner (May 1995) 1969....................................................... Jim Brewer 1970...............................................Mike Kamienski 1971.................................................... Allan Carroll 1972........................................................Eric Seldin 1973........................................................ Jim Hodge 1974.................................................... Jan Fedorcak 1975......................................................... Dan Otten 1976..................................................... Bob Alarcon 1977.............................................Steve Kittelberger 1978........................................................ Roy Tesler 1979................................................ Mike O’Rourke 1980.................................................Doug Stapleton 1981.................................................Doug Stapleton 1982...................................................... Bill Roberts 1983...................................................... Bart Markel 1984..................................................... Terry Ginley 1985....................................................... Brian Cook 1986....................................................... Chris Blike 1987................................................Andrew Arthurs 1988.................................................. Brian Drought 1989......................................................... T.J. Casey 1990....................................................... Kyle Royer 1991........................................................ Steve Cain 1992.................................................. Brian Bonham 1993..................................................... Andy Penoff 1994.........................................................Andy Carl 1995................................................... Dave Michels 1996.........................................................Tony Doré 1997....................................................... Jon Giganti 1998......................................................... Ty Fowler 1999.................................................. Kevin Jackson 2000......................................................... Zac Olson 2001....................................................Matt Leardini 2002................................... P.J. Behan, Kyle Adkins 2003...............................Dave Belfort, Scott Tilford 2004................................................... Robert Aouad 2005.....................................................Dave Belfort 2006...............................................John MacKenzie 2007.........................................................Tyler Deal 2008.........................................................Tyler Deal Janet & James Hodge Family Scholarship # Awarded for outstanding academic & athletic achievement the first two years 1979...........................................Steve Theophilus # 1980...................................................... Joe Koury # 1981................................................... Neil Ridgway 1982...................................................Drew Dawson 1983....................................................... Pat Kenney 1984...................................................Drew Dawson 1985-86..........................................No Award Given 1987.........................................................Jon Felton 1988....................................................... Kyle Royer 1989.....................................................Chris Iantoni 1990..................................................Chris Williams 1991........................................................ Brian Lord 1992....................................................... Mike Kelly 1993..........................................................Joe Burch 1994..........................................................Joe Burch 1995.........................................................Dan Kindl 1996....................................................... Jon Giganti 1997....................................................... Jon Giganti 1998......................................................... Ty Fowler 1999................................................Adam Schokora 2000................................................Adam Schokora 2001....................................................... Tony Malik 2002.................................................. Matt Martinka 2003..................................................... Scott Tilford 2004.....................................................Dave Belfort 2005....................................................Kyle McNayr Most Improved Award (By Player Vote) 1969.................................................. Herb Schumm 1970....................................................... Ivan Madar 1971..................................................Howard Siegel 1972................................................ Gary Palmisano

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1973..................................................... Bart Hayden 1974...................................................... Craig Tesler 1975........................................................Allan Luisi 1976.................................................. Marty Rolnick 1977...................................................Tom Bertrams 1978................................................ Mike O’Rourke 1979......................................................... Joe Koury 1980.................................................Doug Stapleton 1981...................................................... Bart Markel 1982.............................................Mladen Medancic 1983.........................................................Joe Barros 1984........................................................Pete Tatley 1985...................................................... Tom Kasten 1986................................................ Joe D’Agostino 1987...............................................Craig Notarianni 1988................................................Mark Dorenkott 1989.......................................................Jim Konrad 1990......................................................Tom Kinney 1991................................. Ryan Dell, Ken Sorenson 1992.................................................. Frank Frostino 1993................................................... Dave Michels 1994......................................Dan Kindl, Peter Kolp 1995..................................................... Darren Niles 1996............................................. Brian Glibkowski 1997.................................................. Kevin Jackson 1998............................................... Tommy Thomas 1999................................................... Gene Braxton 2000.................................................. Matt Martinka 2001.................................................. Matt Martinka 2002...................................Paul Seip/Adrian Akpan 2003................................................. Sean McGarity 2004.................................................. Greg Hennelly 2005.....................................................Dave Belfort 2006........................................................ Alec Perea 2007..................................................... Brent Petkus 2008......................................................Zach Lemke Dr. Lee & Marge Meserve Academic Award 2006................................................Jacob Lawrence 2007...........................................Hunter Van Houten 2008............................................... Garrett Bireline, .......................Jacob Lawrence, Hunter Van Houten Pat & Mickey Cochrane Scholarship 1989....................................................... Kyle Royer 1990....................................................Greg Murphy 1991..................................................Chris Williams 1992........................................................Dan Traver 1993................................................Tim Concannon 1994................................................... Dave Michels 1995...................................... Joe Burch, Peter Kolp 1996......................................................Jason Began 1997......................................................Jason Began 1998......................................................... Ty Fowler 1999................................................Adam Schokora 2000................................................Adam Schokora 2001............................................. Kevin Wisnewski 2002....................................................Matt Leardini 2003..................................................... Scott Tilford 2004.....................................................Dave Belfort 2005....................................................Kyle McNayr Dr. Greg Brooks Family Scholarship 2002..................................................... Scott Tilford 2003..................................................... Scott Tilford 2004.....................................................Dave Belfort 2005....................................................Kyle McNayr Offensive MVP 1986..................................................Nan Chul Shin Defensive MVP 1986....................................................... Joe Petzker Honor Award 1990.....................................................Chuck Nagle 1992..................................................... Ken Schoeni 1993.................................................... Jack Gregory BGSUFALCONS.COM


THE 2013 FALCONS

UPPER LEFT PHOTO: The BGSU senior class consists of (left to right): Anthony Grant, Ryan Snashall, Matt Griesinger, Sean Sikich, Michael Wiest, Brandon Silva, Ryan Comiskey, Zach Schewee and Joey D’Agostino. UPPER RIGHT PHOTO: Silva (left), Wiest (center) and D’Agostino are the tri-captains of the 2013 Falcons.

The 2013 BGSU men’s soccer team. Front row (left to right): Director of operations Maggie Dowe, student athletic trainer Allie Pichert, Jacob Shelt, Joey D’Agostino, Ryan Snashall, Brandon Silva, Jon Kumher, Anthony Grant, graduate assistant athletic trainer Randi Small, manager Ben Kister. Middle row (left to right): Head coach Eric Nichols, assistant coach Greg Hennelly, Sean Sikich, Dan Looker, Nick Landsberger, Michael Wiest, Ryan Heuton, Jake Genrich, Ryan Comiskey, Ryan James, volunteer assistant coach Zach Lemke, assistant coach Charlie Edwards. Back row (left to right): Matt Griesinger, Danny Baraldi, Jacob Roth, Max Auden, Danny Shea, Vlad Lekarev, Joe Sullivan, Zach Schewee, TJ Atalig, Brent Winkler.


2013 SCHEDULE

AUGUST Sat. 24 Fri. 30

CINCINNATI (scrimmage)_ ___________________7:00 MALONE___________________________________7:00

SEPTEMBER Mon. 2 MICHIGAN_________________________________7:00 Fri. 6 vs. Marquette ^__________________________________5:00 Sun. 8 at Milwaukee ^_________________________________12:00 Fri. 13 OHIO STATE_______________________________7:00 Wed. 18 at Michigan State________________________________5:00 Sat. 21 at Akron *______________________________________7:00 Fri. 27 at Marshall_____________________________________5:00 Sun. 29 at Northern Kentucky_____________________________1:00 OCTOBER Fri. 4 at Buffalo *_____________________________________7:00 Tue. 8 DETROIT___________________________________7:00 Sat. 12 NORTHERN ILLINOIS *_ _________________7:00 Wed. 16 CLEVELAND STATE______________________7:00 Sat. 19 at Davidson_____________________________________7:00 Tue. 22 at Wright State_ _________________________________7:00 Sat. 26 HARTWICK *_ _____________________________7:00 NOVEMBER Sat. 2 at Western Michigan *____________________________1:00 Tue. 5 IPFW________________________________________7:00 Fri. 8 at West Virginia *________________________________7:00 Fri. 15 MAC Tournament Semifinals (at site of regular-season champion) Sun. 17 MAC Tournament Championship (at semifinal site) * MAC match ^ Panther Invitational (Milwaukee, Wis.) HOME contests played at Cochrane Field All times p.m. and local to site â&#x20AC;&#x201C; schedule subject to change


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