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Front Row (L-R): Preston Shahdad, Jeff Hochuli, TC Stephens, Ryan Gillespie, Gary Bajkowsky, Luke Duffy, David Palmer, James Smith, Andrew Shoemaker, Chris DeSanto, Steven Pulcifer, Trey Cox. Back Row: Kevin Osorio, Nick Welsh, Scott Hudgins, John Williams, Tyler Gibson, Luis Rendon, Thomas Rusling, Scott Alford, James Galvani, Luke Staats, Tyler Nowin.

The 2011 Lees-McRae Bobcats

General Information

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

Staff Directory

Quick Facts

Position Director of Athletics Assistant Athletic Director Assistant Athletic Director Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance Sports Information Director Community Relations Manager Faculty Athletic Representative Athletic Operations

Phone 828-898-2483 828-898-8897 828-260-6698 828-898-8783 828-898-3510 828-898-8725 828-898-8870 828-898-8725

Athletic Training Rita Smith Joe Hawkins Bradley Huff Michael Nyquist Jill Sparrow

Position Director of Athletic Training/SWA Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer

Phone 828-898-8768 828-898-8892 828-898-3193 828-898-8892 828-898-8892

M. Basketball Scott Polsgrove Steve Hardin Gordon Polsgrove

Position Head Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Phone 828-898-8897 828-898-8855 828-898-8897

W. Basketball Sebastian Wild Tasha Taylor Nicole Jackson

Position Head Women’s Basketball Coach Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Student Assistant Coach

Phone 828-898-2482 828-898-3431

M/W Cross Country Thomas Cason

Position Head Cross Country Coach

Phone 828-898-8967

Cycling Luke Winger

Position Head Cycling Coach

Phone 828-898-3432

M. Lacrosse Brendan Arthur

Position Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Phone 828-898-2480

W. Lacrosse Nick Wagner

Position Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Phone 828-898-2538

M. Soccer Lee Squires Jim Hart Adam Burden

Position Head Men’s Soccer Coach Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Student Assistant Coach

Phone 828-898-8801 828-898-8801

W. Soccer Cally Morrill Nick Whiting

Position Head Women’s Soccer Coach Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

Phone 828-898-8771 828-898-8927

Softball Merritt Yackey

Position Head Softball Coach

Phone 828-260-6698

M/W Tennis Keith Turner

Position Head Men’s Tennis Coach

Phone 828-898-2547

M/W Track and Field Ley Fletcher Jeff Watson Thomas Cason

Position Head Men’s Track and Field Coach Assistant Coach/Throws Assistant Coach/Distance

Phone 828-898-2562 828-898-8783 828-898-8967

M. Volleyball James Goodridge

Position Head Men’s Volleyball Coach

Phone 828-898-8891

W. Volleyball Wes Schneider

Position Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Phone 828-898-8714

Credits The 2011 Lees-McRae College Men’s Soccer Media Guide is published by the LMC Sports Information Office, Whitney Noble, Director. Written, compiled, and edited by: Whitney Noble, Phillip Greene, Craig McPhail, Cally Morrill, and Nick Whiting. Principle photography by: Phillip Greene, Jeff Watson, Jonathan Griffiths. About the Cover: This year’s cover features senior midfielder David Palmer. Cover Design by: Whitney Noble using Adobe Photoshop. Photography by Phillip Greene and Jonathan Griffiths. Printing: Pulp Printing, Bristol, Tenn.

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School...................................... Lees-McRae College Location.................................Banner Elk, NC 28604 Founded........................................................... 1900 Enrollment......................................................... 700 President........................................ Dr. Barry Buxton Director of Athletics........................... Craig McPhail Senior Woman Administrator..................Rita Smith Faculty Athletic Representative.... Dr. James Carson Nickname.....................................................Bobcats School Colors..........................Green (Pantone 626) & Gold (Pantone 123) Stadium..................................................... Tate Field Capacity............................................................. 700 Religious Affiliation..................... Presbyterian, USA National Affiliation......................... NCAA Division II Conference............................. Conference Carolinas Head Athletic Trainer........................... Joe Hawkins Coaching Staff Head Coach............................................ Lee Squires Alma Mater................................. Lees-McRae, 2011 Record at Lees-McRae (Yrs.)................. First Season Career Record (Yrs.).............................. First Season Men’s Soccer Office Phone..............(828) 898-8801 Email........................................... squiresl@lmc.edu Assistant Coach........................................... Jim Hart 2010 Overall Record.......................................13-5-3 2010 Conference Record.................................7-1-1 Starters Returning/Lost......................................5/6 Lettermen Returning/Lost................................7/14 Sports Information Director............................................ Whitney Noble Alma Mater..........................................Tampa, 2008 Office Phone....................................(828) 898-3510 Cell Phone........................................(813) 957-7546 Fax....................................................(828) 898-8742 Email............................................ noblew@lmc.edu

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2011 Team Photo....................... Front Inside Cover Quick Facts............................................................ 1 Table of Contents.................................................. 1 About the Cover.................................................... 1 Credits................................................................... 1 College Administration......................................... 2 LMC Staff............................................................... 3 Head Coach Lee Squires........................................ 4 Assistant Coach Jim Hart....................................... 4 Assistant AD Merritt Yackey.................................. 5 Assistant AD Jeff Watson...................................... 5 Sports Information Dir. Whitney Noble................ 5 Community Relations Mgr. Phillip Greene............ 5 2011 Roster........................................................... 6 Pronunciation Guide............................................. 6 Roster Breakdown................................................. 6 2011 Preview........................................................ 7 Player Profiles.................................................. 8-13 2010 Review....................................................... 14 2010 Statistics..................................................... 15 2010 Results....................................................... 16 Conference Carolinas.......................................... 17 2010 Conference Review.................................... 18 Bobcat Honor Roll............................................... 19 Record Book................................................... 20-21 Year-By-Year Results....................................... 22-23 The College......................................................... 24 Athletic Facilities......................... Back Inside Cover 2011 Schedule.......................................Back Cover

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Administration Craig McPhail Scott Polsgrove Merritt Yackey Jeff Watson Whitney Noble Phillip Greene Dr. James Carson David Shervington

Lees-McRae Athletics: Success Elevated

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer Barry M. Buxton

Craig McPhail

President

Director

The Board of Trustees of Lees-McRae College announced the appointment, effective June 1, 2010, of Barry M. Buxton as president of Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, North Carolina. Dr. Buxton officially became the fifteenth president in the 110-year history of the four-year liberal arts college during the inauguration ceremony on October 2, 2010. Before coming to Lees-McRae College, Buxton most recently served as Vice President for Special Projects at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he was responsible for major gift solicitation, leadership development, and foundation relations. He also served as executive liaison to the Savannah, Atlanta, and European Boards of Visitors. A native of Blowing Rock, North Carolina, Dr. Buxton has a long history of involvement with non-profit organizations in Appalachia. During the decade of the 1980s, he served as Executive Director of the sixteen-member Appalachian Consortium. In this capacity, he worked with faculty on research projects, scholarly conferences, and publications related to Appalachia. In 1987, he received a distinguished service award from the Blue Ridge Parkway in recognition of the historic studies he conducted of Mabry Mill, Moses H. Cone Estate, Davey Farm, and Brinegar Cabin. Dr. Buxton has served as president of science and history museums in North Carolina, Texas, and Georgia. In Houston, he worked with former President and First Lady George and Barbara Bush and the Harris County Medical Society to establish the Museum of Health and Medical Science. He was vice president of the North Carolina Grass Roots Science Museums and a co-founder of the Houston Museum District Association. An award-winning author who has written and edited over a dozen books, his centennial history of Blowing Rock, A Village Tapestry, was recognized as the best local history book in North Carolina in 1989. In a diverse career spanning 35 years, he has been a teacher, researcher, publisher, editor, and community leader with extensive international experience. He has served as a consultant to such diverse organizations as the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Tennessee State Board of Regents, National Endowment for the Humanities, and Texas A&M University. Dr. Buxton is a past member of the North Carolina Humanities Council and the Nebraska Humanities Council. Buxton holds two degrees from Appalachian State University, where he received his teacher certification and was an E.F. Lovill Fellow. His Ph.D. is from the University of Nebraska, and his dissertation was titled “Job Satisfaction of College and University Presidents.” Throughout his career, Dr. Buxton has received high marks for rolling up his sleeves and getting involved in community projects. He was the first non-hospitality professional to be chosen to serve as Chairman of Savannah’s powerful Convention and Visitors Bureau. He was also a member of the Chamber of Commerce executive committee and served on the boards of Bethesda Home for Boys, YMCA, the Lucas Theatre, Historic Savannah Foundation, and the Savannah Economic Development Authority. In North Carolina, he was statewide Chairman of Project Assist (a smoking cessation initiative), and a board member of United Way and the Asheville Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Buxton is married to artist Deborah Keyes Buxton and they have two sons: Loren, a technology executive in Nebraska, and Peter, who lives in New York City and works in television and commercial production. Dr. Buxton’s avocational interests include tennis, bicycling, and landscape architecture.

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College Administration of

Athletics

Craig McPhail is in his third year as Director of Athletics at Lees-McRae College. McPhail oversees all day-to-day operations of the Lees-McRae athletic department and the 18 sports the college sponsors. In his first year the athletic teams had great success, with the men’s soccer program competing for the national championship, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s tennis and men’s track and field reaching the NCAA Division II tournaments. The Bobcats’ success on the field rivaled what they did in the classroom as 159 student-athletes made the Presidential Honor Roll for athletics, the second-most in Conference Carolinas. Several key areas were improved in his first year as the department received a full-time NCAA Director of Compliance, added banners to the gym documenting the department’s NCAA success, upholstery of weight room equipment complete with signage and banners, window decals, painting of the front entryway and asphalt seal coating. Renovated softball facilities, outdoor tennis complex, press box, reintroduction of the Hall of Fame and a Bobcat Club have also each been a part of his short time at the helm. McPhail previously served as the assistant athletic director at Lees-McRae, working with community service projects, managing the awards banquets, handling the publicity and marketing of the athletic department and monitoring the overall experience of the studentathletes at Lees-McRae. He has served on several committees within the College for retention, judicial review, graduation and community service. He has also represented the College as a member of CoSIDA, United States Cross Country/Track Coaches Association, USA Track and Field, Conference Carolinas chair for both cross country and track and field and recently finished his appointment as chair of the NCAA Division II Cross Country/Track and Field committee. As the head men’s and women’s cross country coach for 11 years, his teams had great success in and out of the classroom with 13 conference championships in men’s and women’s cross country, as well as track and field, a program whose re-instatement he was an integral part of. He has coached 73 all-Conference student-athletes, 31 of those gaining all-Region honors, while watching them regularly receive Academic AllAmerica honors over the past decade. McPhail’s peers have voted him Conference Coach of the Year 11 times, and he has also garnered Regional Coach of the Year three times. Additionally, he has guided 38 Lees-McRae student-athletes to NCAA Division II National Championships. McPhail’s time in the community has been well served with numerous organizations, including the local Young Life organization, the Special Olympics torch run, the Banner Elk Christian Fellowship Church, as well as a Lees-McRae Mountain Day athletic coordinator, Wooly Worm Road Race organizer, Turkey Trot organizer, and as a caddy at Diamond Creek Golf Club. He graduated from Winthrop University with a degree in mass communications (journalism) and a minor in interpersonal speech. McPhail also has a Master’s degree in sport management from Georgia Southern University. McPhail is married to the former Jill Clawson. They are the proud parents of 10-month old son Elijah Boggs McPhail.

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2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

Athletics Staff

Dr. James Carson Faculty Athletic Representative

Thomas Cason M/W Cross Country Head Coach M/W Track & Field Asst. Coach/Distance

Ley Fletcher M/W Track & Field Head Coach

James Goodridge Men’s Volleyball Head Coach

Phillip Greene Community Relations Manager

Steve Hardin Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Jim Hart Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Joe Hawkins Head Athletic Trainer

Bradley Huff Assistant Athletic Trainer

Craig McPhail Director of Athletics

Cally Morrill Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Whitney Noble Sports Information Director

Michael Nyquist Assistant Athletic Trainer

Gordon Polsgrove Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Scott Polsgrove Assistant Athletic Dir. Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Wes Schneider Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

David Shervington Athletic Operations Director of Camps

Rita Smith Director of Athletic Training SWA

Jill Sparrow Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lee Squires Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Tash Taylor Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Keith Turner M/W Tennis Head Coach

Nick Wagner Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Jeff Watson Compliance Director M/W Track & Field Asst. Coach/Throws

Nick Whiting Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Sebastian Wild Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Merritt Yackey Softball Head Coach Assistant Athletic Dir.

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Brendan Arthur Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach

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Coaching Staff

Lee Squires Head Men’s Soccer Coach Lees-McRae College, 2011 Lee Squires is in his first season as the head men’s soccer coach at Lees-McRae College. Squires, a May 2011 graduate of Lees-McRae, led the Bobcats to the program’s fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearance last season, garnering Conference Carolinas Player of the Year honors for the second time in his career. A native of Sheffield, England, Squires enjoyed a tremendous career at Lees-McRae, concluding his tenure as the program’s all-time leader in points (149) and goals (67). In his career with the Bobcats, Squires posted a pair of 20-goal seasons while garnering All-America honors on three occasions. The two-time conference player of the year tallied at least 10 goals in three of his four seasons with the Bobcats, netting 22 matchwinners and recording 15 assists, concluding his playing career as one of the top players in program history.

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Jim Hart Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach

old McRae Hart.

Jim Hart is in his first season as the assistant men’s soccer coach at Lees-McRae. Hart served on the Lees-McRae coaching staff this past fall, helping the Bobcats capture the program’s fourth straight Conference Carolinas regular season championship, and third consecutive conference tournament title. The Bobcats posted a 13-5-3 record, including a 7-1-1 mark in league play, while making the program’s fourth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. “Jim brings a skill set to our team and campus to where he is invaluable to us,” Director of Athletics Craig McPhail said. “His experience and knowledge will help guide our young men through this journey of intercollegiate athletics and I am thrilled to have him be a part of our athletic department.” Hart is married to Caroline Hart, Vice-President of Institutional Advancement for Lees-McRae. He is the father of seven-year

Adam Burden Student Assistant Coach Adam Burden is in his second year as a student assistant coach with the Lees-McRae men’s soccer program. Burden assists with all aspects of the program, while also serving as the goalkeeper coach. Burden appeared in three matches for the Bobcats during the 2009 season, recording one goal on one shot. The Norwich, England native was then forced to the sidelines by persistent injury problems, and has served on the coaching staff in various capacities for the last two seasons. Burden is currently in his senior year at LMC, majoring in sports science with an anticipated graduation date of December 2011.

Year-by-Year/Coaching Records Overall Year Record 1986 9-7-1 1987 10-5-2 1988 12-3 1989 19-2 1990 22-2 1991 13-5 1992 3-12-2 1993 4-14-1 1994 4-12-1 1995 2-16 1996 7-12 1997 5-15 1998 15-6 1999 13-10 2000 13-6-1 2001 18-3 2002 17-4 2003 15-6 2004 11-7-1 2005 8-7-2 2006 8-7-3 2007 21-2-1 2008 17-3-3 2009 18-3-2 2010 13-5-3 Totals 297-174-23

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Winning Percentage 0.559 0.647 0.800 0.905 0.917 0.722 0.235 0.237 0.265 0.111 0.368 0.250 0.714 0.565 0.675 0.857 0.810 0.714 0.605 0.529 0.528 0.896 0.804 0.826 0.690 0.624

Conference Record 4-5-1 5-4-1 8-2 7-1 5-0 --- --- 1-6 2-5 0-10 3-7 3-6 9-2 8-3 9-2 10-1 9-2 8-2 7-3 4-4-2 5-3-2 9-1 9-0-1 8-1-1 7-1-1 140-71-9

Winning Percentage 0.450 0.550 0.800 0.875 1.000 --- --- 0.143 0.286 0.000 0.300 0.333 0.818 0.727 0.818 0.909 0.818 0.800 0.700 0.500 0.600 0.900 0.950 0.850 0.833 0.657

Conference Finish n/a 2nd 1st 1st 1st n/a n/a n/a 7th 11th 10th 6th 3rd T-3rd T-1st 1st T-3rd 2nd T-3rd 7th 6th 1st 1st 1st 1st 9 titles

Conference National Head Coach’s Coach’s Tournament Tournament Coach Overall Record Conf. Record n/a n/a Greg Hooks 19-12-3 9-9-2 n/a Region Runner-Up n/a n/a Dave Munson 53-7 20-3 n/a Region Champions n/a National Quarterfinals n/a n/a Fred LaRoche 24-43-4 3-11 n/a n/a Quarterfinals n/a Quarterfinals n/a n/a n/a Jeremy Tittle 73-68-1 42-31 n/a n/a Quarterfinals n/a Champions n/a Semifinals n/a Semifinals n/a Runner-up n/a Champions n/a Adrian Blewitt 43-17-1 24-7 Champions n/a Semifinals n/a Quarterfinals n/a Chris Whalley 72-22-11 35-9-6 Quarterfinals n/a Champions Elite Eight Champions Region Runner-Up Runner-up National Runner-Up Champions First Round Matt Thompson 13-5-3 7-1-1 6 titles 7 appearances 7 coaches

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Support Staff

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

Merritt Yackey Assistant Athletic Director External Operations Merritt Yackey is in his second season as the assistant athletic director for external operations at Lees-McRae. Yackey assists with fundraising efforts and special projects within the Bobcat athletic department and its 17 intercollegiate sports. Yackey is also in his second year as the Bobcats’ head softball coach, taking the reins of a program that finished the 2009 season with a 23-19 overall record, which marked the school’s first winning campaign in 10 years. In his first season with the Bobcats, Yackey led the program to a 12-32 record and a 5-13 mark in Conference Carolinas play. He took the Bobcats to new heights in 2010, leading Lees-McRae to a 26-27 overall record and the program’s first-ever winning season in conference play with a 10-8 mark against league opponents. For his efforts, Yackey was named the Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year, as the Bobcats placed four on the all-conference teams. Yackey brings over 25 years of experience in higher education. He was Director of Development/Special Giving at Albion College from 1988-1993, Director of Development at Converse College from 1995-1996, Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving at Catawba College from 1997-2000, Special Assistant to the President/Campaign Director at Limestone College from 2000-2002, Vice President for Development at Mansfield University from 2002-2004 and Vice President for Advancement at Lees-McRae College from 2004-2007. Yackey also served as the head softball coach at local Avery High School from 2007-2009.

Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance Anderson University (S.C.), 2006 Jeff Watson is in his third year as the Director of Compliance, and first as an assistant athletic director for the Lees-McRae athletic department. During the 2009-2010 school year, Watson represented Lees-McRae and Conference Carolinas in Anaheim, Calif. as the recipient of the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association/NCAA Division II Grant. Watson, a graduate of Anderson University, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and a minor in public relations. At Anderson, Watson was a member of the men’s track and field team and named the team’s MVP in 2003. During his career, he finished in the top ten of every meet in which he competed. He also set school records in the shot-put and discus.

Whitney Noble Sports Information Director University of Tampa, 2008 Whitney Noble is in his second year as the Sports Information Director in the Lees-McRae athletic department. Noble is responsible for all sports information needs of Lees-McRae’s 18 intercollegiate sports. Noble joins the Bobcats from nearby Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn., where he served as the Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations for two years. While at Tusculum, Noble served as the primary contact for the Pioneer men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball, cross country, and men’s and women’s tennis programs. A native of Boxborough, Mass., Noble completed his Bachelor’s of Science degree in sport management from the University of Tampa in May 2008. Noble worked in the Spartans’ sports information office as a student assistant from 2004-07, before being named to the assistant director post prior to the 2007-08 academic year. During his undergraduate years at Tampa, Noble covered 13 of UT’s 16 athletic teams in various capacities, serving as the primary contact for men’s soccer in 2006 and 2007, as well as baseball in 2008. While at Tampa, he helped write and design several media guides for soccer, baseball, basketball, and volleyball, as well as being the primary designer of the 2008 baseball media guide. The 2006 Tampa Men’s Soccer media guide, which he helped produce, was selected third in the nation (Division B) by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Noble brings a tremendous amount of championship experience with him, having been an integral part of the sports information staff at a number of NCAA Tournament events throughout his career, including serving as the primary statistician and media contact for the 2008 NCAA Division II Southeast Region Men’s Soccer Tournament, which was hosted by Tusculum. In 2007-08, he also served on the statistics staff for the NCAA Division III Soccer National Championship in Orlando, Fla. and the NCAA II South Regional Baseball Tournament, hosted by Tampa. In 2007, he also worked with ESPN with the Arena Football Playoffs in Tampa.

Phillip Greene Community Relations Manager Milligan College, 2002 Phillip Greene is in his second season as the Community Relations Manager for the Lees-McRae Athletic Department. Greene spent the previous year as the sports editor and photographer for The Avery Post, a local newspaper in Newland, N.C., and as a youth minister at Elk Park Christain Church in Elk Park, N.C. Greene wears multiple hats for the Lees-McRae Athletic department including: managing the department’s travel schedule, game day set up, community events during athletic contests and assisting the sports information director with feature stories, photos, public relations and Lees-McRae Honors Night. Greene is a graduate of Milligan College where he majored in communications with a minor in youth ministry.

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The Roster

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2011 Lees-McRae Bobcats No. 0 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 22 23 25

Name Tyler Gibson Luis Rendon Thomas Rusling Steven Pulcifer Luke Staats Jeff Hochuli John Williams Scott Hudgins Kevin Osorio James Smith James Galvani David Palmer Preston Shahdad Andrew Shoemaker Tyler Nowin Gary Bajkowsky TC Stephens Trey Cox Scott Alford Chris DeSanto Ryan Gillespie Nick Welsh Luke Duffy

Pos. GK GK GK MF/F D D/MF D D MF MF F MF/F MF MF D D D MF F MF MF F D

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

Wt. 175 170 175 160 160 155 165 170 180 140 175 150 165 135 165 150 150 160 175 140 140 150 155

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

Hometown/Previous School Gastonia, N.C./Spartanburg Methodist College Miami, Fla./Miami Coral Park HS Sheffield, England/Sheffield College Lawrenceburg, Ky./Anderson County HS Almere, Netherlands/FC Omniworld Wilmington, N.C./New Hanover HS Rutherfordton, N.C./Mars Hill College Fort Myers, Fla./Fort Myers HS Marietta, Ga./Wheeler HS Eastbourne, England/Cavendish College High Wycombe, England/Amersham & Wycombe South Shields, England/St Wilfrid’s Catholic HS Charlotte, N.C./South Meck HS Cary, N.C./Athens Drive HS Fayetteville, Tenn./Westminster Christian Acad. Dunedin, Fla./Mars Hill College Fuquay-Varina, N.C./Fuquay-Varina HS Simpsonville, S.C./Greenville Senior High Acad. Hillsborough, N.C./Northern Durham HS Greensboro, N.C./Western Guilford HS Holly Springs, N.C./Holly Springs HS Boone, N.C./Watauga HS Wakefield, England/Doncaster College

Pronunciation

Huh-ACH-u-LI

GAL-vuh-ON-ee SHUH-dad NO-inn BAH-juh-OWW-ski

Head Coach: Lee Squires Assistant Coach: Jim Hart Student Assistant Coach: Adam Burden

Alphabetical

Front Row (L-R): Student Assistant Coach Adam Burden, Preston Shahdad, Jeff Hochuli, TC Stephens, Ryan Gillespie, Gary Gajkowsky, Luke Duffy, David Palmer, James Smith, Andrew Shoemaker, Chris DeSanto, Steven Pulcifer, Trey Cox, Team Manager Brandon Meade. Back Row: Head Coach Lee Squires, Kevin Osorio, Nick Welsh, Scott Hudgins, John Williams, Tyler Gibson, Luis Rendon, Thomas Rusling, Scott Alford, James Galvani, Luke Staats, Tyler Nowin, Assistant Coach Jim Hart, Head Athletic Trainer Joe Hawkins.

Roster Breakdown By Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

13 4 2 4

By State/Country England Florida Georgia Kentucky Netherlands North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee

5 3 1 1 1 10 1 1

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By Position Goalkeeper Defender Midfielder Forward *Three players listed at Multiple positions By Height 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-3

3 8 10 5

1 2 1 3 7 2 3 2 2

By Major Athletic Training Art & Design Business Administration Communication Arts Criminal Justice Physcial Education Sport Management Sports Science Undeclared

1 1 5 1 3 1 2 5 4

Birthdays by Month January February March April May June July August September October November December

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

No. 18 15 17 20 25 9 0 22 4 6 14 7 10 2 0 1 11 13 8 3 16 23 5

Name Scott Alford Gary Bajkowsky Trey Cox Chris DeSanto Luke Duffy James Galvani Tyler Gibson Ryan Gillespie Jeff Hochuli Scott Hudgins Tyler Nowin Kevin Osorio David Palmer Steven Pulcifer Luis Rendon Thomas Rusling Preston Shahdad Andrew Shoemaker James Smith Luke Staats TC Stephens Nick Welsh John Williams

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18 Scott Alford

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David Palmer

Sr. • MF/F • 5-10 •150 South Shields, Eng. St. Wilfrid’s Catholic HS

Trey Cox

Fr. • MF • 5-10 •160 Simpsonville, S.C. Greenville Sr Academy

Ryan Gillespie

Jeff Hochuli

Steven Pulcifer

Luis Rendon

Fr. • GK • 6-0 •170 Miami, Fla. Miami Coral Park HS

8 James Smith

TC Stephens

Tyler Nowin

Preston Shahdad

23 Nick Welsh

Fr. • F • 5-11 •150 Boone, N.C. Watauga HS

HC

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13

Fr. • MF • 5-10 •165 Charlotte, N.C. South Meck HS

Fr. • D • 5-9 •150 Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Fuquay-Varina HS

Head Coach First Season

Kevin Osorio

Fr. • MF • 5-10 •180 Marietta, Ga. Wheeler HS

11

Sr. • D • 6-0 •160 Almere, Netherlands FC Omniworld

Lee Squires

7

Fr. • D • 5-11 •165 Fayetteville, Tenn. Westminster Academy

So. • GK • 6-0 •175 Sheffield, England Sheffield College

16

James Galvani

So. • F • 6-3 •175 High Wycombe, Eng. Amersham & Wycombe

14

1

3 Luke Staats

Luke Duffy

Scott Hudgins

Thomas Rusling

9

Sr. • D • 5-10 •155 Wakefield, England Doncaster College

So. • D • 6-2 •170 Fort Myers, Fla. Cypress Lake HS

00

Fr. • MF/F • 5-9 •160 Lawrenceburg, Ky. Anderson County HS

Fr. • MF • 5-6 •140 Eastbourne, England Cavendish College

Chris DeSanto

6

Fr. • D/MF • 5-10 •155 Wilmington, N.C. New Hanover HS

2

25

Fr. • MF • 5-8 •140 Greensboro, N.C. Western Guilford HS

4

Fr. • MF • 5-9 •140 Holly Springs, N.C. Holly Springs HS

10

20

Andrew Shoemaker Fr. • MF • 5-7 •135 Cary, N.C. Athens Drive HS

5 John Williams

Jr. • D • 6-2 •165 Rutherfordton, N.C. Mars Hill College

Adam Burden

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Jr. • D • 5-7 •150 Dunedin, Fla. Mars Hill College

Tyler Gibson

17

Gary Bajkowsky

Fr. • F • 6-3 •175 Hillsborough, N.C. Northern Durham HS

Sr. • GK • 5-10 •175 Gastonia, N.C. Spartanburg Methodist

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

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2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer The Lees-McRae men’s soccer program opens a new era under first-year head coach Lee Squires, entering the 2011 campaign tabbed second in the Conference Carolinas preseason poll after capturing the school’s fourth consecutive league crown a season ago. With seven returners and a talented recruiting class at his disposal, Squires takes the reins of a program that advanced to the national championship match just two seasons ago. Lees-McRae put together a solid campaign in 2010, posting a 13-53 overall record while capturing the program’s fourth straight conference title with a 7-1-1 mark against league opponents. The Bobcats went on to win the conference tournament with three Senior Luke Duffy consecutive shutouts 2010 Daktronics all-Southeast Region against Queens, Pfeiffer and Coker before punching the program’s fourth straight ticket to the NCAA Tournament. Several Bobcats garnered individual recognition last season, including Squires, who became the program’s first-ever three-time All-American in his senior campaign. Squires and Luke Duffy (Wakefield, England) were named to the Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region First team, while David Palmer (South Shields, England), Justin Jones (Jamestown, N.C.), and Thomas Rusling (Sheffield, England) each earned a spot on the second unit. The Bobcats placed seven on the all-conference team, including Squires, who was named the Conference Carolinas Player of the Year for the second time in his career. FORWARDS James Galvani (High Wycombe, England) returns for his sophomore season to anchor the Bobcat attack, coming off an impressive rookie campaign, when he posted 11 goals, six assists, and 28 points, all of which ranked him among the top five on the team. The 6-3, 175-pound forward will be joined in the attacking third by a trio of promising newcomers, as well as one of last season’s seven allconference selections. Scott Alford (Hillsborough, N.C.), Nick Welsh (Boone, N.C.), and Steven Pulcifer (Lawrenceburg, Ky.) round out the attacking options for the Bobcats this season, as each bring a unique style of play to give Squires plenty of alternatives in the offensive third. Alford comes to Lees-McRae from Northern Durham High School in Durham, N.C., where he was a two-time all-conference selection and a three-time scholar athlete honoree in both soccer and tennis. Welsh joins the Bobcat family from nearby Watauga High Sophomore James Galvani School in Boone, N.C., 2010 all-Conference Carolinas where he recorded 10 goals and 15 assists in his career. The 5-11, 150-pound forward was also a member of the Patton Invitational championship team this past fall at Watauga. Pulcifer comes to LMC from Anderson County High School in Lawrenceburg, Ky., where he was a fourtime academic all-state selection and the conference MVP as a senior. The 5-9, 160-pound forward tallied 18 goals and 16 assists during his senior campaign, and will likely also feature in the midfield corps for the Bobcats. MIDFIELDERS Palmer returns to anchor the Bobcat midfield, coming off perhaps the best season of his career, in which he tallied a personal-best nine goals and 22 points to rank third on the team in both categories. The South Shields, England native will be joined in the middle of the park by a one returner and a solid group of gifted newcomers, including a former reserve star in England. Chris DeSanto (Greensboro, N.C.) returns for his sophomore season after seeing limited action in his rookie campaign with the Bobcats, appearing in two matches last fall. The 5-7, 140-pound midfielder will be joined by freshmen Kevin Osorio (Marietta, Ga.), James Smith (Eastbourne, England), Preston Shahdad (Charlotte, N.C.), Andrew Shoemaker (Cary, N.C.), Trey Cox (Simpsonville, S.C.), Ryan Gillespie (Holly Springs, N.C.) as the Bobcats work to rebuild an area of strength from the last four seasons. Osorio joins the Bobcats from Wheeler High School in Marietta, Ga., where he was a three-time offensive player of the year and played club soccer for NASA 11 Elite. Smith comes to LMC after appearing in 30 reserve matches for English League Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion last season. Shahdad enters his freshman season with the Bobcats after a successful prep career at South Meck High School in Charlotte, N.C., where he recorded 13 goals

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Season Preview and 11 assists. Shoemaker joins the Bobcat family from Athens Drive High School in Raleigh, N.C., where he helped his team win the state championship and advance to the quarterfinals of the regional tournament last season. Cox comes to LMC from Greenville Senior High Academy in Greenville, S.C., where he garnered all-region recognition as Senior David Palmer a senior and played club 2010 all-Conference Carolinas First team soccer for Carolina Elite Soccer Academy. Gillespie rounds out the midfield corps for the Bobcats, entering his freshman season at LMC following a successful prep career at Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, N.C., where he was a two-time recipient of the Golden Hawk Award and led the team with 11 goals as a senior. DEFENDERS Seniors Luke Duffy (Wakefield, England) and Luke Staats (Almere, Netherlands) return to lead the Bobcat backline, which has proved to be perhaps the program’s biggest strength over the past several seasons. Duffy takes the pitch for his final campaign with the Bobcats after leading the program to its fourth consecutive Conference Carolinas Tournament title last season, playing an integral role on a backline which posted six shutouts and held opponents to 21 goals in 21 matches. Staats enjoyed perhaps the best season of his career in 2010, earning allconference honors for the first time while appearing in 15 matches and recording one assist. Sophomore Scott Hudgins (Fort Myers, Fla.) rounds out the returning defensive core for the Bobcats after making one appearance in his rookie campaign. The Bobcats welcome a pair of seasoned transfers and two incoming freshmen into the fold this fall, as juniors John Williams (Rutherfordton, N.C.) and Gary Bajkowsky (Dunedin, Fla.) join LMC from nearby Mars Hill College. Williams appeared in 34 matches over his two-year tenure at Mars Hill, making 16 starts and recording 19 shots. Bajkowsky appeared in 38 matches for the Lions in Senior Luke Staats his two seasons at MHC, 2010 all-Conference Carolinas featuring among the starting 11 in each of those contests while making 11 attempts at goal. Freshmen Tyler Nowin (Fayetteville, Tenn.) and TC Stephens (Fuquay-Varina, N.C.) round out the defensive corps for the Bobcats, and are expected to compete for playing time as well as a possible spot in the starting 11. Nowin joins the Bobcats from Westminster Christian Academy in Huntsville, Ala., where he played club soccer for Huntsville Futbol Club and was an integral part of two Region III Premier League championship teams. Stephens comes to LMC from FuquayVarina High School, where he garnered all-conference and all-region recognition, and finished last season ranked second on the team in goals (16). GOALKEEPERS Senior Tyler Gibson (Gastonia, N.C.) and sophomore Thomas Rusling (Sheffield, England) return to anchor the Bobcats between the pipes, and are expected to engage in a tense competition for the starting nod. Gibson has seen limited action in his career with the Bobcats, appearing in six matches last season after transferring from Spartanburg Methodist College in Spartanburg, S.C. Rusling put together a solid rookie season with the Bobcats last fall, posting a goals against average of 0.93 and keeping four clean sheets to earn a spot on the Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region Second team. Freshman Luis Rendon (Miami, Fla.) rounds out the goalkeeping options for Coach Squires, joining the Bobcats from Miami Coral Park High School where he was a two-time all-county selection. OUTLOOK With one of the conference’s most seasoned corps of veterans and an influx of gifted newcomers, the Bobcats hope to continue the program’s championship tradition of the last four years. Coach Squires’ side faces a demanding schedule, opening the season against nationally-ranked foes Montevallo and Flagler in an immediate test of the reloading process. The Bobcats are expected to contend for their fifth consecutive conference title, ranking second in the league’s preseason poll.

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Player Profiles

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

Luke Duffy

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Senior ∙ Defender ∙ 5-10 ∙ 155 Wakefield, England Doncaster College

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Luke Duffy’s Career Statistics MS 22 23 21 66

Min. 1218 2055 1931 5204

G 0 0 1 1

A 1 0 1 2

Pts. 1 0 3 4

Shots 2 2 2 6

Shot % .000 .000 .500 .167

Tyler Gibson

MWG 0 0 0 0

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Senior ∙ Goalkeeper ∙ 5-10 ∙ 175 Gastonia, N.C. Spartanburg Methodist College

As a junior (2010): Appeared in six matches, areer ighs logging 155 minutes…Season-high three saves in 31 minutes of action at King (Sep. 29)…Played a season-high 45 minutes at St. Cat. No. Date Opponent Minutes 45 10.23.10 St. Andrews Andrews (Oct. 23)…Made three saves in 33 Saves 3 Two times minutes of play against Queens (Nov. 2) in the quarterfinal round of the Conference Carolinas Tournament...Previous School: Attended Spartanburg Methodist College in Spartanburg, S.C...High School: Graduated from Hunter Huss High School in Gastonia, N.C…Coached by Mike Pond…Three-time all-conference selection…2006 Co-Underclassman of the Year…Hunter Huss Athlete of the Year in 2007... Personal: Full name is Tyler James Gibson…Born on June 16, 1989 in Gastonia, N.C… Son of Mike and Terri Gibson…Has one brother, Jeremy, and one sister, Tracy…Brother Jeremy played soccer for two years (2002-2003) at Spartanburg Methodist…Majoring in physical education…Plans to attend graduate school…2011 Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Honor Roll…All-Conference Carolinas Academic team...More about Tyler: Favorite midnight snack: Doritos…Favorite movie: “Dumb & Dumber”…Favorite musical artist: Wiz Khalifa…Favorite song: “Juicy” by Biggie Smalls…Favorite sports teams: Carolina Panthers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Atlanta Braves, DC United…Favorite athletes: Michael Jordan, Tim Howard of Everton FC…Tyler can’t imagine a week without: “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”…Tyler’s advice to kids: “Work hard, play harder”….Favorite food: Mexican… Favorite sports other than soccer: Football, basketball…Best advice Tyler has ever been given: “Quick feet, steady hands”.

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Tyler Gibson’s Career Statistics Year MP 2010 6 TOTAL 6

MS Min. GA 0 155 2 0 155 2

GAA 1.17 1.17

Saves 8 8

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L 0 0

T 0 0

Sho 0 0

Senior ∙ Midfield/Forward ∙ 5-10 ∙ 150 South Shields, England St. Wilfrid’s Catholic HS

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In the Record Book: Fourth in career shots areer ighs (182)…Tied for eighth in career goals (24)… Tenth in career points (60)...As a junior Cat. No. Date Opponent (2010): Daktronics NCAA Division II allGoals 2 Four times Southeast Region Second team…NSCAA Assists 2 Three times all-Southeast Region Second team…AllPoints 5 9.12.09 Erskine Conference Carolinas First team…Conference Shots 8 10.3.09 St. Andrews Carolinas all-Tournament team…Appeared and started in 20 matches…Tied for fifth in the conference in goals (nine)…Sixth in points (22)…Third on the team in goals and points… Tied for fourth in assists (four)… Posted at least one point in three straight matches (Sep. 5-14)…Scored the match-winner in back-toback matches against Mount Olive (Sep. 18) and Carson-Newman (Sep. 22)…Netted the equalizer against Pfeiffer (Oct. 2)…Season-high two assists and four points at St. Andrews (Oct. 23)…Scored a season-high two goals against Queens (Nov. 2) in the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament...As a sophomore (2009): Daktronics NCAA Division II allSoutheast Region Second team…NSCAA allSoutheast Region Third team…All-Conference Carolinas Second team…Appeared and started in 22 matches…Tied for ninth in the conference in points (22) and assists (six)…Tied for third on the team in points and goals (eight)…Tied for fifth in assists…Season-high two assists against King (Aug. 27)...Scored the match-winner in back-to-back matches against Erskine (Sep. 12) and Limestone (Sep. 19)…Posted a season-high two goals and five points against Erskine…Tallied two assists at UNC Pembroke (Sep. 23)…Scored two goals against St. Andrews (Oct. 3)…Recorded a goal against Wingate (Nov. 13) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament…Scored against Anderson (Nov. 15) in the southeast region championship...As a freshman (2008): All-Conference Carolinas Second team… Appeared and started in 22 matches…Second on the team in goals (seven) and points (16)…Tallied a point in three straight matches (Sep. 13-20)…Scored his first collegiate goal at St. Andrews (Sep. 13)…First career assist at North Georgia (Sep. 17)…Season-high two goals and four points, including the match-winner, against Limestone (Oct. 7)…Scored the equalizer against Anderson (Nov. 7) in the conference tournament final...High School: Graduated from St. Wilfrids Catholic High School in South Shields, England…Coached by Barry and Paul Chuckle…Played club soccer for Chester-le Street FC…Coached by Andrew Muxworthy...Personal: Born on July 28, 1989 in South Shields, England…Son of Darren Palmer and Joanne Barry…Has four brothers, Ryan Palmer, Darren Palmer, Jack Barry, and Richard Barry…Has two sisters, Laura Jagota and Hannah Jagota…Majoring in sports science…Plans to pursue a professional playing career...More about David: Favorite book: “Gazza” by Paul Gascoigne…Favorite midnight snack: Ramen noodles…Favorite movie: “The Hangover”…Favorite song: “Hound Dog” by Elvis Presley…Favorite sports team: Newcastle United FC…Favorite athlete: Former Argentinean national player Diego Maradona…David can’t imagine a week without: LMC assistant coach Jim Hart…David is as good as anyone at: Ping pong…David’s advice to kids: “Work hard, play hard”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Fresh chicken kebab…Favorite sports other than soccer: Ping pong, swimming…People David most admires: His parents…Best advice David has ever been given: “Keep it simple”…What people don’t know about David: He finished fourth on “Football Icon 2”.

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David Palmer’s Career Statistics Year MP 2008 22 2009 22 2010 20 TOTAL 64

MS 22 22 20 64

Min. 1180 1647 1800 4627

G 7 8 9 24

A 2 6 4 12

Pts. 16 22 22 60

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Shots 53 62 67 182

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Shot % .132 .129 .134 .132

MWG 1 2 2 5

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September 10........................................................................................... Ryan Gillespie 17............................................................................................... Scott Alford October 3.................................................................................... Andrew Shoemaker November 6................................................................................................ TC Stephens 14.........................................................................................Thomas Rusling 16........................................................................................... Chris DeSanto 17............................................................................................John Williams 19................................................................................................ Luke Staats

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As a junior (2010): Daktronics NCAA areer ighs Division II all-Southeast Region First team… NSCAA all-Southeast Region Third team…AllCat. No. Date Opponent Conference Carolinas First team…Conference Goals 1 10.23.10 St. Andrews Carolinas all-Tournament team…Appeared Assists 1 Two times and started in 21 matches…Led the team in Points 2 10.23.10 St. Andrews minutes played (1931)…Played at least 75 Shots 2 10.23.10 St. Andrews minutes in all but one match…Scored his first career goal at St. Andrews (Oct. 23)…Assisted on the match-winner against Queens (Nov. 2) in the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament...As a sophomore (2009): Daktronics NCAA Division II All-America Third team…NSCAA NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region First team…Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region First team…NCCSIA all-State team…All-Conference Carolinas First team…Conference Carolinas all-Tournament team…Appeared and started in 23 matches… Third on the team in minutes played (2055)... As a freshman (2008): All-Conference Carolinas Third team…Conference Carolinas all-Tournament team and MVP…Appeared in 23 matches, including 22 starts…Tallied an assist against St. Andrews (Sep. 13)...High School: Graduated from Crofton High School in Wakefield, England…Played club soccer for Doncaster Rovers FC...Personal: Born on Dec. 25, 1989…Son of Shaun and Kath Duffy…Has two brothers, Jason and Liam…Majoring in sports science…Plans to pursue a professional playing career after graduation…2011 Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Honor Roll…2010 all-Conference Carolinas Academic team...More about Luke: More about Luke: Favorite class at LMC: Theories of Coaching…Favorite movie: “Adjustment Bureau”… Favorite sports team: Doncaster Rovers FC…Favorite athlete: Former Leeds United player Lucas Radebe…Luke’s advice to kids: “Never give up”… Best advice Luke has ever been given: “Don’t let anyone grind you down”.

Year MP 2008 23 2009 23 2010 21 TOTAL 67

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John Williams

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Senior ∙ Defender ∙ 6-0 ∙ 160 Almere, Netherlands FC Omniworld

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Previous School: Attended Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, N.C… Appeared in 34 matches over the last two seasons for the Lions, including 16 starts...Recorded 19 shots…Two-time member of the South Atlantic Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll...High School: Graduated from R-S Central High School in Rutherfordton, N.C…Coached by Rich Dominguez…Four-time Southwestern 3A all-Conference selection…Four-year starter…Team MVP in 2009...Personal: Full name is John Richard Williams III…Born on Nov. 17, 1990 in Atlanta, Ga…Son of Jack and Terri Williams…Majoring in business administration…Plans to pursue a professional playing career or attend graduate school...More about John: Favorite midnight snack: Peanut butter and jelly sandwich…Favorite movie: “Out Cold”…Favorite musical artists: Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, Mac Miller…Favorite song: “The Thrill” by Wiz Khalifa…Favorite sports teams: Manchester United, Bayern Munich…Favorite athletes: Franck Ribery of Bayern Munich, Ashley Young of Manchester United, Clint Dempsey of Fulham FC…John can’t imagine a week without: Internet or his cell phone…John is as good as anyone at: Golf…John’s advice to kids: “Follow your dreams and never give up”…Favorite color: Red…Favorite foods: Mexican and Japanese…Favorite sports other than soccer: Golf, basketball…People John most admires: Former US long-distance runner Steve Prefontaine, Professional cyclist Lance Armstrong, Clint Dempsey of Fulham FC…Best advice John has ever been given: “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift”…What people don’t know about John: He’s an only child, and his parents are both only children…When John was a kid, he tried to be like: Landon Donovan of Los Angeles Galaxy or professional golfer Tiger Woods.

John Williams’ Career Statistics Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

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MS Min.

19 15 34

11 ------ 5 ------ 16 ------

MS 23 23 12 58

Min. 1397 1910 1056 4363

G 1 0 0 1

A 9 5 1 15

Pts. 11 5 1 17

Shots 25 13 5 43

Gary Bajkowsky Junior ∙ Defender ∙ 5-7 ∙ 150 Dunedin, Fla. Mars Hill College

Shot % .040 .000 .000 .023

MWG 1 0 0 1

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Gary Bajkowsky’s Career Statistics 2009 2010 TOTAL

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MS Min.

19 19 38

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G A Pts. Shots Mars Hill College 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 11

Shot %

MWG

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

Sophomore ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-7 ∙ 140 Greensboro, N.C. Western Guilford HS

Previous school: Attended Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, N.C… Appeared and started in 38 matches over two seasons…Recorded 11 shots...High School: Graduated from Dunedin High School in Dunedin, Fla…Four-time alldistrict performer…Two-year captain…Played club soccer for Dunedin Academy…Coached by Gerry Lucey and Don Tobin…Team ranked third in the state of Florida...Personal: Full name is Gary Andrew Bajkowsky…Born on Dec. 24, 1990 in Secaucus, N.J…Son of Gary and Eunice Bajkowsky…Majoring in business administration with a concentration in accounting…Plans to pursue a professional soccer career or become a certified public accountant...More about Gary: Favorite books: “Harry Potter” series…Favorite midnight snack: Pizza rolls…Favorite movie: “Never Back Down”…Favorite musical artist: Drake… Favorite song: “Thank Me Now” by Drake…Favorite sports team: New York Giants… Favorite athlete: John Terry of Chelsea FC…Gary is as good as anyone at: Recalling sports statistics…Gary’s advice to kids: “Never back down from your fears”…Favorite color: Green…Favorite foods: Pierogi and kielbasa…Favorite sport other than soccer: Football… People Gary most admires: His parents…Best advice Gary has ever been given: “Do what you want, not what other people want you to do”…What people don’t know about Gary: He likes country music…When Gary was a kid, he tried to be like: His father…When people first meet Gary, they think: He bleached his hair.

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G A Pts. Shots Mars Hill College 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 19

Chris DeSanto

Luke Staats’ Career Statistics Year MP 2008 23 2009 23 2010 15 TOTAL 61

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Junior ∙ Defender ∙ 6-2 ∙ 165 Rutherfordton, N.C. Mars Hill College

As a junior (2010): AllConference Carolinas areer ighs Second team…Appeared in 15 matches, including 12 starts…Played at least 85 minutes Cat. No. Date Opponent in 10 matches…Recorded a season-high two Goals 1 9.13.08 St. Andrews shots against Tusculum (Sep. 5)…Tallied an Assists 3 10.7.08 Limestone assist against Mount Olive (Sep. 18)...As a Points 3 10.7.08 Limestone sophomore (2009): Appeared and started in Shots 6 10.11.08 Mount Olive 23 matches… Fifth on the team in minutes played (1910)…Seventh in assists (five)… Logged at least 75 minutes in all but five matches…Tallied an assist in back-to-back matches against Lincoln Memorial (Sep. 4) and Erskine (Sep. 12)…Notched an assist against Barton (Sep. 30)…Season-high two assists against St. Andrews (Nov. 3) in the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament...As a freshman (2008): Appeared and started in 23 matches…Led the team and finished second in the conference in assists (nine)…Scored his first collegiate goal at St. Andrews (Sep. 13)…Season-high three assists in a 3-1 win against Limestone (Oct. 7)…Tallied two assists, including a helper on the match-winner, against Coker (Nov. 4) in the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament… Notched an assist against Anderson (Nov. 9) in the conference final…Tallied a helper against Limestone in the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 14)...Personal: Born on Nov. 19, 1988 in Almere, Netherlands…Son of Gerard and Adry Staats…Has one brother, Roy…Father Gerard played soccer for SC Stormvogels Telstar…Brother Roy plays soccer for FC Muidenberg…Majoring in criminal justice...More about Luke: Favorite book: “Voetbal International”…Favorite movie: “Gladiator”…Favorite sports team: AFC Ajax…Favorite athlete: Gareth Bale of Tottenham Hotspur…Luke’s advice to kids: “Never give up”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Italian…Favorite sport other than soccer: Cycling.

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Player Profiles

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As a freshman (2010): Appeared in two matches...High School: Graduated from Western Guilford High School in Greensboro, N.C…Coached by George Kennedy…Four-year letter-winner…Two-time all-conference selection…Tallied 21 goals and 15 assists …Played club soccer for Piedmont Triad FC… Coached by Josh Windley...Personal: Full name is Christopher Andrew DeSanto…Born on Nov. 16, 1991 in Durham, N.C…Son of Don and Ellen DeSanto…Majoring in sport science... More about Chris: Favorite book: “Magic Tree House”…Favorite class at LMC: Biology… Favorite midnight snack: Anything in the fridge…Favorite movie: “The Hangover”… Favorite musical artists: Mac Miller, Wiz Khalifa, Kid Cudi…Favorite song: “The Furry Wall” by Infant Sorrow…Favorite sports teams: North Carolina State University, Carolina Panthers…Favorite athlete: Phillip Rivers of the San Diego Chargers…Favorite saying by Coach Hart: We’ve got to put the goals in the net”…Chris can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone…Chris’ advice to kids: “Always stay determined”…Favorite colors: Black, yellow…Favorite food: Pasta…Favorite sport other than soccer: Football…People Chris most admires: His parents…When Chris was a kid, he tried to be like: Spiderman…When people first meet Chris, they think: He has ADHD.

Chris DeSanto’s Career Statistics Year MP 2010 2 TOTAL 2

MS Min. 0 17 0 17

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Shots 0 0

Shot % .000 .000

MWG 0 0

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Player Profiles

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

James Galvani

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Sophomore ∙ Forward ∙ 6-3 ∙ 175 High Wycombe, England Amersham & Wycombe College

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James Galvani’s Career Statistics MS Min. 18 1632 18 1632

G 11 11

A 6 6

Pts. 28 28

Shots 74 74

Shot % .149 .149

Scott Hudgins Sophomore ∙ Defender ∙ 6-2 ∙ 170 Fort Myers, Fla. Cypress Lake HS

MWG 4 4

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As a freshman (2010): Appeared in one match...High school: Graduated from Cypress Lake High School in Fort Myers, Fla… Coached by Andrew Sicnolf…Team MVP in 2010…Played club soccer for Alliance Island Coast…Coached by Brian Roberts…Tallied 11 goals with Alliance Island...Personal: Full name is Scott David Hudgins…Born on June 25, 1992 in Dundee, Scotland…Son of David and Donna Hudgins…Has four brothers, Kade, Tyler, David, and Leyton…Majoring in criminal justice with a minor in history…Plans to enter the United States Coast Guard after graduation…Community service while at LMC includes volunteering at the Linville Fire Department...More about Scott: Favorite book: “Goosebumps”…Favorite class at LMC: Global Connections…Favorite midnight snack: Cheetos…Favorite movie: “Braveheart”… Favorite musical artist: Eminem…Favorite song: “The Thrill” by Wiz Khalifa…Favorite sports team: Rangers FC…Favorite athlete: Charlie Adam of Liverpool FC…Favorite saying by Coach Squires: “Practice doesn’t make perfect, it makes permanent”…Scott can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone…Scott is as good as anyone at: Juggling… Scott’s advice to kids: “Don’t give up”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Alfredo pasta… Favorite sport other than soccer: Football…People Scott most admires: His parents…What people don’t know about Scott: He loves to play golf…When Scott was a kid, he tried to be like: Barry Ferguson of Blackpool FC.

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Sophomore ∙ Goalkeeper ∙ 6-0 ∙ 175 Sheffield, England Sheffield College

In the Record Book: Second in career goals areer ighs against average (0.93)…Seventh in wins (12)…Tied for eighth in shutouts (four)...As a freshman (2010): Daktronics NCAA Division Cat. No. Date Opponent Minutes 110 Five times II all-Southeast Region Second team… Saves 6 Two times Conference Carolinas all-Tournament team and MVP…Led the conference in goals against average (0.93)…Tied for fifth in shutouts (four)…Appeared and started in 21 matches… Allowed one goal and made four saves against Limestone (Sep. 11)…First career shutout against Carson-Newman (Sep. 22)…Kept a clean sheet at Barton (Sep. 25)…Season-high six saves at North Georgia (Oct. 14)…Posted three straight shutouts in the conference tournament, including a clean sheet against Coker (Nov. 7) in the final with a season-high six saves...High School: Graduated from Sheffield College in Sheffield, England…Played club soccer for Barnsley FC in Barnsley, England… Coached by Coached by Ronnie Branson. Personal: Born on Nov. 14, 1991…Son of Fraser and Bev Rusling…Has one brother, Danny… Majoring in sport science...More about Thomas: Favorite class at LMC: Pyschology… Favorite musical artist: Coldplay…Favorite song: “The Scientist” by Coldplay…Favorite sports team: Leeds United…Favorite athletes: Joe Hart of Manchester City, Joey Barton of Newcastle United…Thomas’ advice to kids: “Do it all today, worry about it all tomorrow”…Favorite color: Orange…Favorite food: Cheese…Favorite sport other than soccer: Golf…Best advice Thomas has ever been given: “Into the breeze, swing with ease”…Toughest player Thomas has ever played against: Former LMC midfielder Jamie Bladen…When Thomas was a kid, he tried to be like: His father…When people first meet Thomas, they think: “He’s crazy!”.

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Thomas Rusling’s Career Statistics Year MP 2010 21 TOTAL 21

MS Min. GA 21 1834 19 21 1834 19

GAA 0.93 0.93

Saves 51 51

W 12 12

Scott Alford Freshman ∙ Forward ∙ 6-3 ∙ 175 Hillsborough, N.C. Northern Durham HS

L 5 5

T 3 3

Sho 4 4

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High School: Graduated from Northern Durham High School in Durham, N.C…Coached by Mike Teruantt…Two-time all-conference selection and National Honor Society honoree in soccer…Team captain…Three-time scholar athlete for both soccer and tennis…Played club soccer for Triangle United Soccer Academy…Coached by Jeff Neghalia…Team finished 2010 ranked second in the state... Personal: Full name is Scott Alexander Alford…Born on Sep. 17, 1993 in Durham, N.C…Son of Jerry and Kim Alford…Has two sisters, Ashley and Alana…Father Jerry played four years of football at Elon University…Sister Ashley played tennis at UNC-Wilmington in 2006… Majoring in business administration…Plans to pursue a professional playing career...More about Scott: Favorite book: “The Mazerunner”…Favorite midnight snack: Chips and salsa… Favorite movie: “Horrible Bosses”…Favorite musical artist: Dave Matthews Band…Favorite song: “Tomorrow” by Chris Young…Favorite sports team: Chelsea FC…Favorite athlete: Clint Dempsey of Fulham FC…Scott can’t imagine a week without: Food…Scott is as good as anyone at: Ping pong…Scott’s advice to kids: “Study hard in school, and don’t give up on your dreams”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Chicken Alfredo…Favorite sport other than soccer: Basketball…People Scott most admires: His parents…Best advice Scott has ever been given: “Don’t worry about other people’s opinions, believe in yourself”…When people first meet Scott, they think: He’s a basketball player because he’s tall.

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As a freshman (2010): NSCAA all-Southeast areer ighs Region Third team…All-Conference Carolinas Second team…Conference Carolinas Player of Cat. No. Date Opponent the Week (Oct. 5)…Appeared in 20 matches, Goals 2 Two times including 18 starts…Ranked 37th in the nation Assists 2 9.14.10 Belmont Abbey in total points (28) and 38th in total goals Points 5 9.29.10 King (Tenn.) (11)…Tied for the conference lead in matchShots 7 Three times winners (four)…Second in the conference and on the team in points (28) and goals (11)… Fourth on the team and in the conference in assists (six)…Tallied at least one point in three straight matches (Sep. 5-14)…First collegiate assist against Tusculum (Sep. 5)…Scored his first career goal against Limestone (Sep. 11)… Posted one goal and a season-high two assists at Belmont Abbey (Sep. 14)…Recorded a seasonhigh two goals and five points at King (Sep. 29), including his first career match-winner… Scored two goals, including the match-winner, at Queens (Oct. 9)…Tallied the match-winning goal and an assist against No. 17 Mars Hill (Oct. 20)…Scored the match-winner against Queens (Nov. 2) in the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament…Posted a goal in the conference tournament final against Coker (Nov. 7)…Scored LMC’s lone goal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Clayton State (Nov. 10)...High School: Graduated from Amersham & Wycombe College in High Wycombe, England…Coached by Peter Scott…Scored 34 goals for the Wycombe Wanderers U19 team in 2009...Personal: Born on May 25, 1991 in Cannes, France…Son of John and Kim Galvani…Has one sister, Lauren…Majoring in sport management…Plans to pursue a professional playing or coaching career in the United States after graduation... More about James: Favorite class at LMC: Math…Favorite midnight snack: Hot Pockets… Favorite movies: Anything with Jason Statham and “Get Him to the Greek”…Favorite musical artist: Cher…Favorite song: “You’re My Mate” by Right Said Fred…Favorite sports teams: Manchester United, Philadelphia Eagles, Boston Celtics…Favorite athletes: Jimmy Bullard of Hull City, Mike Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles…James can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone…James’ advice to kids: “Don’t be a fool, stay in school”..Favorite colors: Green and gold…Favorite food: Curry…Favorite sport other than soccer: Football… Best advice James has ever been given: “Don’t get married” – his father...When people first meet James, they think: “What a strange accent!”.

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2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer Trey Cox Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-10 ∙ 160 Simpsonville, N.C. Greenville Senior High Academy

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High School: Graduated from Greenville Senior High Academy in Greenville, S.C…Coached by Terrance Shearn…All-Region selection in 2011…Played club soccer for Carolina Elite Soccer Academy...Personal: Full name is Ronald Carl Cox III…Born on Mar. 17, 1992 in Greenville, S.C…Son of Ron and Joan Cox… Has one brother, Grant…Father Ron played baseball at the College of Charleston… Majoring in business administration...More about Trey: Favorite book: “Born to Run”… Favorite midnight snack: Nachos and cheese dip…Favorite movie: “Tron”…Favorite musical artist: Eminem…Favorite song: “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey…Favorite sports team: Chelsea FC…Favorite athlete: Fernandos Torres of Chelsea FC…Trey can’t imagine a week without: Water…Trey is as good as anyone at: Fifa 2011…Trey’s advice to kids: “Work hard at everything you do”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite foods: Tacos and cheeseburgers…Favorite sport other than soccer: Football…People Trey most admires: His parents…Best advice Trey has ever been given: “Never give up…Never!”…What people don’t know about Trey: He loves animals…When Trey was a kid, he tried to be like: David Beckham of Los Angeles Galaxy.

Ryan Gillespie Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-9 ∙ 140 Holly Springs, N.C. Holly Springs HS

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High School: Graduated from Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, N.C…Coached by Dave Lanuti…Two-time Golden Hawk Award…Offensive Player Award…Team MVP…Led the team with 11 goals as a senior... Played club soccer for FVAA Flash Red 92…Coached by Erik Stueck and Dave Sexton... Personal: Full name is Ryan Michael Gillespie…Born on Sep. 10, 1993 in Athens, Ga…Son of Greg and Rachel Gillespie…Has an older brother, Scott (21), and an older sister, Erin (19)…Majoring in criminal justice with a minor in business administration…Plans to pursue a career with the FBI...More about Ryan: Favorite books: “Tom Clancy: Splinter Cell” series…Favorite midnight snack: Ice cream…Favorite movie: “Green Street Hooligans”… Favorite musical artist: Big Sean…Favorite song: “I’m a G” by Young Joc…Favorite sports teams: Chelsea FC, Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Penguins…Favorite athletes: Frank Lampard of Chelsea FC and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers… Ryan can’t imagine a week without: His friends…Ryan’s advice to kids: “Don’t settle for anything, select the very best”…Favorite color: Orange…Favorite food: Italian…Favorite sports other than soccer: Football and baseball…Best advice Ryan has ever been given: “Look into your heart and do whatever makes you happy”…When Ryan was a kid, he tried to be like: His brother, Scott.

Jeff Hochuli Freshman ∙ Defender/Midfield ∙ 5-10 ∙ 155 Wilmington, N.C. New Hanover HS

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High School: Graduated from New Hanover High School in Wilmington, N.C…Coached by Al Pastore…Four-time all-conference and all-area selection…Team Captain and Defender of the Year in 2010…Played club soccer for 91 Cape Fear Breakers White (2003-2010) and 92 Cape Fear Breakers White (2011)…Coached by Steve Magee and Aiden Heaney…Member of state finalist team in 2009, and state semifinalist squad in 2008 and 2010...Personal: Full name is Jeffrey Robert Hochuli…Born on Apr. 9, 1992 in Wilmington, N.C…Son of Rob and Peggy Hochuli…Has one brother, Matt…Cousin, Scott Deal, played soccer at Southern Methodist University (20012003) and Drury University (2004-2005)...More about Jeff: Favorite books: “Lee Child” novels…Favorite midnight snack: Oreo cookies…Favorite movie: “The Professional”… Favorite musical artist: Biggie Smalls…Favorite sports team: Carolina Panthers…Favorite athlete: Chris Paul of the New Orleans Hornets…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Cheeseburgers…Favorite sport other than soccer: Basketball…Person Jeff most admires: Abraham Lincoln.

Tyler Nowin Freshman ∙ Defender ∙ 5-11 ∙ 165 Fayetteville, Tenn. Westminster Christian Academy

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High School: Graduated from Westminster Christian Academy in Huntsville, Ala…Coached by Ken Perkins…Played club soccer for Huntsville Futbol Club…Coached by Henry Mpagi…Member of two-time Region III Premier League championship team...Personal: Born on May 24, 1993 in Huntsville, Ala…Son of Kevin and Terri Nowin…Has one sister, McKenzie…Father played baseball for Middle Tennessee State…Majoring in communication arts...More about Tyler: Favorite book: “Crime and Punishment”…Favorite midnight snack: Cookies…Favorite movie: “Taken”… Favorite musical artists: John Mayer, Maroon 5…Tyler’s advice to kids: “You won’t ever regret putting forth your best effort”…Favorite color: Black…Favorite food: Chicken.

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Kevin Osorio Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-10 ∙ 180 Marietta, Ga. Wheeler HS

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High School: Graduated from Wheeler High School in Marietta, Ga… Coached by Micky McNeill…Three-time Offensive Player of the Year… Played club soccer for NASA 11 Elite…Coached by Ray Tomlin...Personal: Born on May 18, 1993 in Queens, N.Y…Son of Beatriz Osorio…Has two sisters, Xiomara McClenton and Lina Quintero…Majoring in art and design...More about Kevin: Favorite book: “Monster”… Favorite midnight snack: Goldfish…Favorite musical artist: J. Cole…Favorite song: “Villematic” by J. Cole…Favorite sports team: Arsenal FC…Favorite athlete: Andres Iniesta of FC Barcelona…Favorite color: Black…Favorite sport other than soccer: Basketball…Best advice Kevin has ever been given: “Continue to improve and never give up”…When Kevin was a kid, he tried to be like: Kobe Bryant.

Steven Pulcifer Freshman ∙ Midfield/Forward ∙ 5-9 ∙ 160 Lawrenceburg, Ky. Anderson Countt HS

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High School: Graduated from Anderson County High School in Lawrenceburg, Ky…Coached by Brett Morris…Four-time academic all-state performer…2009 Coaches’ Award…2010 Best Passer Award…2011 Most Creative Award and conference MVP…Posted 18 goals and 16 assists as a senior…Played club soccer for Blue Grass Soccer Club…Coached by Trip Rogers…Recorded 10 goals and six assists...Personal: Born on May 18, 1993…Son of Patrick and Missy Pulcifer…Has one brother, Nathan, and one sister, Andrea...More about Steven: Favorite midnight snack: Pizza…Favorite musical artist: Lil’ Wayne…Favorite sports teams: Manchester United and Kentucky Wildcats…Favorite athlete: Wayne Rooney of Manchester United…Steven can’t imagine a week without: His dog…Steven’s advice to kids: “Work hard and never quit”… Favorite food: Pizza…Favorite sport other than soccer: Golf…People Steven most admires: His father and grandfather.

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Freshman ∙ Goalkeeper ∙ 6-0 ∙ 170 Miami, Fla. Miami Coral Park HS

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High School: Graduated from Miami Coral Park High School in Miami, Fla…Coached by Michael Fotso…Two-time all-county selection…Team captain, all-region performer, and all-star game MVP as a senior…Played club soccer for Kendall Soccer Coalition…Coached by Luis Calix...Personal: Full name is Luis E. Rendon…Born on Aug. 10, 1993…Son of Maria Rosario Arce...More about Luis: Favorite book: “The Hiding Place”…Favorite midnight snack: Strawberry ice cream… Favorite movie: “Black Hawk Down”…Favorite musical artists: Lil’ Wayne, Drake…Favorite sports teams: Manchester United, Miami Heat, Atlanta Braves…Favorite athletes: David Ospina of OGC Nice, Wayne Rooney of Manchester United…Most memorable moment in sports: Blocking three penalties in conference finals…Luis’ advice to kids: “Follow your dreams”…Favorite colors: Lime green, blue…Favorite foods: Ribs, patawn, arepas, sushi… Favorite sport other than soccer: Lacrosse…Person Luis most admires: His mother…When Luis was a kid, he tried to be like: A ninja turtle.

Preston Shahdad Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-10 ∙ 165 Charlotte, N.C. South Meck HS

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High School: Graduated from South Meck High School in Charlotte, N.C…Coached by Jim Lynch…Coaches’ Award recipient in 2008… Recorded 13 goals and 11 assists…Played club soccer for Charlotte Soccer Academy… Coached by Richard Butler…Tallied five goals and 10 assists...Personal: Full name is Preston Harry Shahdad…Born on Dec. 6, 1992…Son of Anita Shahdad…Has an older brother, Payton, who plays soccer at Chowan University…Majoring in business administration... More about Preston: Favorite midnight snack: Gordettos…Favorite movie: “Goodburger”… Favorite musical artist: Sublime…Favorite sports team: Manchester United…Favorite athlete: Former Manchester United player Roy Keane…Preston can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone…Preston is as good as anyone at: Ping pong…Preston’s advice to kids: “Shoot for the stars”…Favorite colors: Grey and white…Favorite food: French fries… Favorite sport other than soccer: Paintball…Person Preston most admires: His mother… Best advice Preston has ever been given: “Don’t quit”…When Preston was a kid, he tried to be like: His brother, Payton…When people first meet Preston, they think: He’s shy.

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James Smith Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-6 ∙ 140 Eastbourne, England Cavendish College

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High School: Graduated from Cavendish College in Eastbourne, England…Played professional club soccer for Brighton & Hove Aibion in Brighton, England…Coached by Martin Hinslewood…Made 70 appearances for the youth team and 30 appearances for the reserve team…Scored 10 goals with the youth team and two with the reserves...Personal: Full name is James Alan Smith…Born on Dec. 18, 1991 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England…Son of Joanne and Alan Smith…Has one sister, Rebecca…Majoring in sport science…Plans to pursue a professional playing career after graduation...More about James: Favorite books: Sport autobiographies…Favorite midnight snack: Cookies…Favorite movie: “Back to the Future”…Favorite musical artist: Michael Jackson…Favorite song: “The Way You Make Me Feel” by Michael Jackson… Favorite sports team: Arsenal FC…Favorite athlete: David Beckham of Los Angeles Galaxy… James can’t imagine a week without: His Blackberry…James’ advice to kids: “Take on as much information as possible”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Steak…Favorite sports other than soccer: Golf, tennis, cricket…People James most admires: His family…Best advice James has ever been given: “Take every opportunity given to you”…When James was a kid, he tried to be like: Former Dutch soccer player Marc Overmars…When people first meet James, they think: “He’s not 19!”.

Freshman ∙ Defender ∙ 5-9 ∙ 150 Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Fuquay-Varina HS

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High School: Graduated from Fuquay-Varina High School in FuquayVarina, N.C…Coached by James Mountford…Named to the allconference second team...First-team all-region selection…Second on the team in goals (16)…Member of conference championship team…Played club soccer for 92 FVAA Flash Red…Coached by Dave Sexton and Erik Steuk...Personal: Full name is Thomas Calvin Stephens…Born on Nov. 6, 1992 in Fuquay-Varina, N.C…Son of Jeremy and Michelle Stephens…Has four brothers, Kristopher, Ty, Ethan, and Jase…Majoring in athletic training with a minor in business administration…Plans to attend chiropractic school.More about TC: Favorite book: “Series of Unfortunate Events”…Favorite midnight snack: Nachos and cheese dip…Favorite movie: “Pirates of the Caribbean”…Favorite sports team: Manchester United…Favorite athlete: Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes…TC can’t imagine a week without: A soccer ball…TC’s advice to kids: “You can do anything as long as you work hard to achieve it”…Favorite color: Orange…Favorite food: Chicken sandwich… Favorite sport other than soccer: Basketball…Best advice TC has ever been given: “Work hard and be humble through everything life throws at you”…What people don’t know about TC: He can sing…When TC was a kid, he tried to be like: His uncle…When people first meet TC, they think: He’s very easy to get along with.

Nick Welsh Freshman ∙ Forward ∙ 5-11 ∙ 150 Boone, N.C. Watauga HS

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High School: Graduated from Watauga High School in Boone, N.C… Coached by Woody McKay…Recorded 10 goals and 15 assists in his career…Member of Patton Invitational championship team in the fall of 2010…Played club soccer for FC Carolina Alliance…Coached by Liam Farrell...Personal: Full name is Nicholas Welsh…Born on Jan. 17, 1993 in Boone, N.C…Son of John and Janice Welsh…Has one brother, Michael, and one sister, Katherine…Majoring in sport management...More about Nick: Favorite midnight snack: Cheez-Its…Favorite athlete: Florent Malouda of Chelsea FC.

The Bobcats’ 2011 Senior Class Back Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Jim Hart, Student Assistant Coach Adam Burden, Luke Staats, Tyler Gibson, Head Coach Lee Squires. Front Row: Luke Duffy, David Palmer.

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High School: Graduated from Athens Drive High School in Raleigh, N.C…Coached by Travis Seese…Played club soccer for Triangle Futbol Club 92 Navy…Coached by Michael Brady…Member of 2011 state championship team… Regional quarterfinalists in 2011...Personal: Full name is Andrew M. Shoemaker…Born on Oct. 3, 1992 in Raleigh, N.C…Son of Don and Deb Shoemaker…Has two sisters, Ashley and Abie…Sister Ashley played soccer at North Carolina State University for two seasons... More about Andrew: Favorite book: “The Count of Monte Cristo”…Favorite midnight snack: Pizza…Favorite movie: “Superbad”…Favorite musical artists: J. Cole, Sublime… Favorite song: “Family Business” by Kanye West…Favorite sports team: Arsenal FC… Favorite athletes: Alex Song and Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal FC, Dwayne Wade of the Miami Heat, Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder…Andrew can’t imagine a week without: Sportscenter…Andrew is as good as anyone at: Tiger Woods Golf on the Wii and Fifa… Andrew’s advice to kids: “Have fun whenever possible”…Favorite color: Green…Favorite food: Pizza…Favorite sport other than soccer: Basketball…Person Andrew most admires: Thierry Henry of the New York Red Bulls…Best advice Andrew has ever been given: “Try to excel in order to impress yourself rather than everyone else”…What people don’t know about Andrew: He enjoys playing racquetball…When Andrew was a kid, he tried to be like: Former US soccer player Cobi Jones.

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2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

2010 Season Review

The Lees-McRae men’s soccer program entered the 2010 under new leadership after putting together perhaps the best season in school history in 2009, advancing to the NCAA Division II national championship match before falling at the hands of Fort Lewis by a score of 1-0. Undaunted, the Bobcats opened the season in much the same fashion as they had become accustomed to, rebounding from a pair of early defeats to post an 8-2-2 record through their first 12 matches. After a heart-wrenching 2-1 extra-time defeat at North Georgia on Oct. 14, the Bobcats answered with an impressive 2-1 victory over then-17th-ranked Mars Hill before registering a resounding 7-1 victory over St. Andrews in Conference Carolinas play. The Bobcats then traveled to Erskine, walking out onto the Due West, S.C. pitch with a chance to clinch their fourth straight conference crown. Their celebration would have to wait, as the Flying Fleet announced their arrival among the league’s elite with a 2-0 victory to remain just one point behind the conference-leading Bobcats. Lees-McRae fulfilled its destiny four days later, edging Coker by a 2-1 margin on senior day to capture the program’s sixth league title and clinch the top seed in the conference tournament. Three days later, the Bobcats welcomed Queens to Tate Field in the quarterfinal round and left little doubt to the result early on, scoring twice in the opening 15 minutes en route to a comfortable 3-0 victory. The Bobcats and Pfeiffer were forced to contend with Mother Nature in the Lee Squires semifinal round, as the teams were greeted at Tate Field by a driving snow storm 2010 Daktronics All-America Honorable Mention that pushed the match to the following afternoon at Avery High School in Newland, N.C. Despite the setback and thanks to a heroic effort by the team and various members of the athletic staff to make the field playable, the teams took the pitch and battled to a scoreless draw through 90 minutes, forcing extra time. When extra time could not produce a result, it was time for five men from each side to walk to the spot with a chance at history. The Bobcats proved to be the favored team on the day, as freshman goalkeeper Thomas Rusling (Sheffield, England) denied the Falcons’ final two attempts to send LMC into the final against Coker. The Bobcats carried the momentum into the final, shutting out Coker by a score of 2-0 to capture the program’s sixth conference tournament title, including the third in the last four years. Lees-McRae was then forced to wait until later that night to learn if its season would continue into the NCAA tournament. The Bobcats received the news they were hoping for, drawing perennial regional contender and 19th-ranked Clayton State in the opening round. Lees-McRae and Clayton would do battle three days later in Morrow, Ga., with the Lakers gaining the upper hand less than seven minutes into the match before doubling the advantage just before the interval. Refusing to back down, the Bobcats answered early in the second half when James Galvani (High Wycombe, England) took a cross from Justin Jones (Jamestown, N.C.), and buried it in the back of the net in the 50th minute to pull LMC within one. The Bobcats battled until the end, nearly converting numerous chances down the stretch but were unable to find an equalizer, as their season came to a heartbreaking close with a narrow 2-1 defeat. The Bobcats once again enjoyed a tremendous award season in 2010, placing seven on the all-Conference Carolinas team, including senior Lee Squires (Sheffield, England), who was named the Conference Carolinas Player of the Year for the second time in his career. Juniors Luke Duffy (Wakefield, England) and David Palmer Luke Duffy (Gateshead, England), as well as sophomore Luke Perry (Cheshire, England), joined 2010 all-Conference Carolinas First Team Squires on the first team, while Galvani, Luke Staats (Almere, Holland), and Sam Kennedy (The East End, London, England) each earned a spot on the second team. Squires and Duffy also each earned a spot on the Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region First Team, pacing five all-region selections for the Bobcats, as Squires also earned NSCAA/Performance Subaru all-Southeast Region First Team and Daktronics All-America honors. Palmer, Duffy, and Galvani were all received all-region honors from the NSCAA, while Palmer, Jones, and Rusling joined Duffy and Squires on the Daktronics all-Southeast Region teams.

The 2010 Lees-McRae Bobcats Front Row (L-R): Lee Squires, Justin Jones, David Palmer, Luke Duffy, Christopher De Santo, Sam Kennedy, Michael O’Brien, Matt Smyth, Blake Pitz, Sebastian Matta, Jarrett Fleharty, Reiko Trott. Back Row: Head Coach Matt Thompson, Volunteer Assistant Jim Hart, Kyle Luterbach, Luke Staats, Addison Day, Jamie Bladen, Tyler Gibson, Thomas Rusling, Clayton Adams, James Galvani, Scott Hudgins, Logan Linton, Luke Perry, Student Assistant Adam Burden, Assistant Coach Patrick Cormac.

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2010 Statistics

Overall: 13-5-3 Conference Carolinas: 7-1-1 Home: 8-2-2 Away: 5-3-1 Neutral: 0-0-0 Name Lee Squires James Galvani David Palmer Luke Perry Justin Jones Jamie Bladen Sam Kennedy Kyle Luterbach Luke Duffy Sebastian Matta Jarret Fleharty Luke Staats Addison Day Michael O’Brien Matt Smyth Reiko Trott Blake Pitz Chris DeSanto Logan Linton Scott Hudgins Thomas Rusling Tyler Gibson Total Opponents

MP-MS 21-21 20-18 20-20 21-21 21-21 20-18 21-21 17-8 21-21 14-0 20-19 15-12 15-6 11-1 2-0 8-2 2-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 21-21 6-0 21 21

Min 1896 1632 1800 1920 1850 1664 1919 958 1931 318 1515 1046 675 188 8 352 17 17 30 13 1833 155 21737 -

G 14 11 9 2 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 21

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Name GP-GS Min GA Thomas Rusling 21-21 1833:34 19 Tyler Gibson 6-0 154:28 2 TEAM 0:00 0 Total 21 1988:02 21 Opponents 21 1988:02 42

A Pts Sh Shot% SOG 7 35 88 .159 39 6 28 74 .149 34 4 22 67 .134 33 10 14 21 .095 10 8 8 14 .000 4 4 6 44 .023 18 1 5 23 .087 6 1 3 25 .040 7 1 3 2 .500 1 0 2 2 .500 1 1 1 5 .000 1 1 1 5 .000 4 1 1 1 .000 1 0 0 3 .000 3 0 0 1 .000 1 0 0 1 .000 1 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 45 129 376 .112 164 13 55 205 .102 83 Avg Saves 0.93 51 1.17 8 0.00 3 0.95 62 1.90 122

Pct .729 .800 1.000 .747 .744

SOG% MWG PK-ATT .443 4 2-3 .459 4 0-0 .493 2 0-0 .476 2 0-0 .286 0 0-0 .409 0 0-0 .261 1 0-0 .280 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .800 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .436 13 2-3 .405 5 2-2

W L 12 5 1 0 0 0 13 5 5 13

T Sho Faced 3 4.0 183 0 0.0 17 0 2.0 0 3 6 200 3 4 368

Team saves: 3 GOALS BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 16 10

2nd 25 10

OT 0 0

OT2 OT3 Total 1 0 42 1 0 21

SHOTS BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 158 104

2nd 192 93

OT 10 4

OT2 OT3 Total 16 0 376 4 0 205

SAVES BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 30 52

2nd 28 61

OT 3 4

OT2 OT3 Total 1 0 62 5 0 122

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CORNER KICKS BY PRD Lees-McRae Opponents FOULS BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 64 39 1st 114 117

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

2nd 76 42 2nd 115 130

OT 7 2 OT 3 6

LMCM 3047 12/254 0/0

OT2 OT3 Total 4 0 151 0 0 83 OT2 OT3 Total 7 0 239 7 0 260 OPP 969 9/108

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2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

2010 Match Results

Date Opponent W-L-T Score Overall Conf Attend Goals scored Sep 03, 2010 FLAGLER L 0-3 0-1-0 0-0-0 246 Sep 05, 2010 TUSCULUM W 3-1 1-1-0 0-0-0 205 Lee Squires (David Palmer) Luke Perry (Lee Squires;Justin Jones) Lee Squires (Justin Jones;James Galvani) Sep 11, 2010 LIMESTONE W 2-1 2-1-0 1-0-0 97 James Galvani (Justin Jones) Luke Perry (David Palmer) Sep 14, 2010 at Belmont Abbey W 5-1 3-1-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 David Palmer (unassisted) Sam Kennedy (James Galvani) Sebastian Matta (Justin Jones;James Galvani) James Galvani (Justin Jones) Lee Squires (penalty kick) Sep 16, 2010 LENOIR-RHYNE L 0-1 3-2-0 2-0-0 183 Sep 18, 2010 MOUNT OLIVE W O2 3-2 4-2-0 3-0-0 243 Lee Squires (Luke Perry;Sam Kennedy) Lee Squires (Luke Staats;Jamie Bladen) David Palmer (Lee Squires) Sep 22, 2010 CARSON-NEWMAN W 2-0 5-2-0 3-0-0 217 David Palmer (Jamie Bladen) James Galvani (Luke Perry) Sep 25, 2010 at Barton W 1-0 6-2-0 4-0-0 202 Lee Squires (Jamie Bladen) Sep 29, 2010 at King W 3-1 7-2-0 4-0-0 106 Kyle Luterbach (James Galvani) James Galvani (Lee Squires) James Galvani (unassisted) Oct 02, 2010 PFEIFFER T O2 1-1 7-2-1 4-0-1 313 David Palmer (unassisted) Oct 05, 2010 at Lincoln Memorial T O2 1-1 7-2-2 4-0-1 75 Lee Squires (penalty kick) Oct 09, 2010 at Queens W 3-0 8-2-2 5-0-1 160 James Galvani (Lee Squires;Justin Jones) James Galvani (Lee Squires) David Palmer (Justin Jones;Luke Perry) Oct 14, 2010 at North Georgia L O2 1-2 8-3-2 5-0-1 119 Lee Squires (Jarret Fleharty) Oct 20, 2010 #17 MARS HILL W 2-1 9-3-2 5-0-1 232 Lee Squires (Luke Perry;James Galvani) James Galvani (unassisted) Oct 23, 2010 at St. Andrews W 7-1 10-3-2 6-0-1 225 Lee Squires (Luke Perry;David Palmer) Lee Squires (Kyle Luterbach) Sam Kennedy (Jamie Bladen) Jamie Bladen (Luke Perry) David Palmer (Luke Perry) Lee Squires (Luke Perry) Luke Duffy (David Palmer) Oct 26, 2010 at Erskine L 0-2 10-4-2 6-1-1 6-1-1 Oct 30, 2010 COKER W 2-1 11-4-2 7-1-1 271 David Palmer (Luke Perry) Lee Squires (Addison Day) Nov 02, 2010 QUEENS $ W 3-0 12-4-2 7-1-1 365 James Galvani (Luke Duffy) David Palmer (Luke Perry;James Galvani) David Palmer (Lee Squires) Nov 06, 2010 PFEIFFER ! T O3 0-0 12-4-3 7-1-1 203 Nov 07, 2010 COKER $ W 2-0 13-4-3 7-1-1 472 Lee Squires (unassisted) James Galvani (Lee Squires) Nov 10, 2010 at Clayton State # L 1-2 13-5-3 7-1-1 82 James Galvani (Justin Jones) * Conference Carolinas Match ! Conference Carolinas Tournament, Newland, N.C. (LMC advances on PK’s, 3-2) $ Conference Carolinas Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. # NCAA Southeast Regional, Morrow, Ga.

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Conference Carolinas

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer

Conference Carolinas is a NCAA Division II athletic conference made up of 11 teams from North Carolina and South Carolina. These institutions consist of: Barton College, Belmont Abbey College, Coker College, Converse College, Erskine College, Lees-McRae College, Limestone College, Mount Olive College, Pfeiffer University, Queens University of Charlotte, and St. Andrews Presbyterian College. For the upcoming 2011-12 academic year King College (Bristol, TN) and North Greenville University (Tigerville, SC) will join as full Conference Carolinas league members. The league supports eighteen season-ending conference championship tournaments with nine women's and nine men's sports. Sports that are sponsored with NCAA automatic qualifications include: Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Women's Tennis, Men's Tennis, Men's Golf, Women's Soccer, Women's Cross Country, Men's Cross Country, and Women's Volleyball. NCAA regional and national selection opportunities in Men's Soccer, Men's Lacrosse, Women's Lacrosse, Men's Outdoor Track & Field, Women's Outdoor Track & Field, Women's Golf and Men's Volleyball are also available based on end of year regional rankings and/or season results.

History Conference Carolinas has a rich tradition in roots that date back to its early initial inception on December 6th, 1930. The conference was formed then as an athletic association "for the greater advantage of the small colleges in North Carolina". The official name given back then was the North State Intercollegiate Conference but known informally as the Old North State Conference. The birthplace was the Washington Duke Hotel in Durham, NC and the seven charter members were Appalachian, Atlantic Christian (now Barton College), Catawba, Guilford, Elon, High Point, and Lenoir-Rhyne. The conference followed a policy of expansion for a period of time. Western Carolina became a member in 1933, East Carolina in 1947, Pfeiffer in 1960, Newberry in 1961, and Presbyterian in 1964, followed closely by Mars Hill. With the acceptance of the first member from South Carolina in Newberry College, a name change became necessary. Thus on May 20, 1961 the official name of the conference was changed to the Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC) but commonly known less formerly as the Carolinas Conference. East Carolina resigned in 1962 to join the Southern Conference and Appalachian and Western Carolina followed. Football sponsorship in the Carolinas Conference was dropped in 1973 when Lenoir-Rhyne, Newberry, Presbyterian, and Mars Hill joined the South Atlantic Conference. Pembroke State University became a first-time member in 1976 followed by Wingate College in 1979, and Lenoir-Rhyne rejoined in 1984. While Guilford College withdrew in 1988, St. Andrews and Mount Olive were added that same year. The 1989-90 academic year started a new era as Catawba, Elon, Lenoir-Rhyne and Wingate all withdrew to compete in the first year that the South Atlantic Conference would provide championships in all sports, not just football. The Carolinas Conference then added Belmont Abbey in 1989, Coker College in 1991, and Lees-McRae in 1993. The 1993-94 academic year brought a change to the conference national affiliation. The conference entered dual membership into both the NAIA DI and NCAA DII affiliation. The 1995-96 year brought dramatic change to the conference. First, full membership into NCAA Division II was acquired and NAIA affiliation dropped. Thus, this was the first official year of full competition and championship play for the conference in NCAA DII status. Secondly, this was also the same year that Erskine, Longwood, & Queens were accepted as full members of the conference. With Longwood becoming the first Virginia member, another name change occurred and the Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference (known more universally as the ‘CVAC') was born. Following the 1997 academic year High Point resigned to join the NCAA DI ranks while in 1998 Limestone soon joined and were quickly followed by Anderson in 1999. In 2003, Longwood University left the conference to explore possibilities in NCAA Division I. Then in 2005 the CVAC added Converse College as an affiliate member before becoming a full member the following year. With the lone Virginia school in Longwood leaving, the league decided to go back to their roots and change their name to Conference Carolinas in 2007 and currently still remain one of the elite NCAA DII conferences in the nation. Many institutions have been members of the league during its rich history including Anderson, Appalachian, Atlantic Christian (now Barton College), Belmont Abbey, Catawba, Coker, Converse, East Carolina, Erskine, Guilford, Elon, High Point, Lees-McRae, Lenoir-Rhyne, Limestone, Longwood, Mars Hill, Mount Olive, Newberry, Pembroke State, Pfeiffer, Presbyterian, Queens, St. Andrews, Western Carolina and Wingate. Barton is the only remaining charter member followed in longevity by Pfeiffer's membership in 1960 and then Mount Olive's and St. Andrews both joining in 1988.

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Conference Commissioner, Dr. Alan Patterson about the conference says, "Conference Carolinas is recognized regionally and nationally as a premier NCAA Division II conference which champions scholarship athletics working in concert with student athlete's committed to academic success."

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2010 Conference Year in Review

2010 Conference Carolinas Standings School Lees-McRae Limestone Erskine Belmont Abbey Pfeiffer Coker Barton Queens (N.C.) Mount Olive St. Andrews

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

Overall 13-5-3 11-6-1 11-8 10-6-3 4-7-6 7-7-5 6-11-1 4-12-1 3-13-1 1-15-1

2010 Conference Carolinas Awards

Points 22 21 21 19 14 11 10 9 3 1

Freshman of the Year: Erik Pajunk, Barton Player of the Year: Lee Squires, Lees-McRae Coach of the Year: Warren Turner, Erskine Men’s Soccer Scholar Athlete: Keegan Ziada, Limestone Regular Season Champions: Lees-McRae

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2010 All-Conference Carolinas First Team

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Second Team

Lee Squires, Lees-McRae - Forward David Palmer, Lees-McRae - Forward Matt Sluga, Erskine - Forward Jack Bailey, Limestone - Forward Keegan Ziada, Limestone - Midfielder Luke Perry, Lees-McRae - Midfielder Erik Pajunk, Barton - Midfielder Alex Connally, Erskine - Defender Luke Duffy, Lees-McRae - Defender Aaron Weldon, Belmont Abbey - Defender Roberto De La Vina, Erskine - Goalkeeper

Junior Ellis, Limestone - Forward Matt Dolan, Belmont Abbey - Forward James Galvani, Lees-McRae - Forward Jack Kimber, Erskine - Midfielder Lee Smyth, Limestone - Midfielder Rommel Fondin, Coker - Midfielder Luke Staats, Lees-McRae - Defender Marc Mergena, Coker - Defender Sam Kennedy, Lees-McRae - Defender Mike Stephenson, Limestone - Defender Alex Moreno, Pfeiffer - Goalkeeper

Third Team Daniel Shirzad, Coker - Forward Jeremy Chambers, Queens - Forward Jose Penaloza, Belmont Abbey - Forward Stuart Kirk, Belmont Abbey - Midfielder Gersi Cilingiri, Queens - Midfielder Gianluca D’Agata, Belmont Abbey - Midfielder Tom Morris, Limestone - Midfielder Luke Vernon, Pfeiffer - Defender Justin Ferguson, Queens - Defender Jonathan Rutter, Erskine - Defender Louis Liberatore, Belmont Abbey - Goalkeeper

2010 Conference Carolinas Statistical Leaders SHOTS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Lee Squires-LMCM 21 88 4.19 2. James Galvani-LMCM 20 74 3.70 3. David Palmer-LMCM 20 67 3.35 4. Jack Bailey-LCM 17 56 3.29 5. Lee Smyth-LCM 16 54 3.38 6. Keegan Ziada-LCM 16 46 2.88 7. Gersi Clingiri-QUM 17 44 2.59 Jamie Bladen-LMCM 20 44 2.20 9. Junior Ellis-LCM 18 43 2.39 10. Vieux Sarr-MOCM 17 38 2.24 Alex Landim-PUM 17 38 2.24 POINTS ## Player-Team MP G A Pts. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Lee Squires-LMCM 21 14 7 35 1.67 2. James Galvani-LMCM 20 11 6 28 1.40 3. Erik Pajunk-BCM 17 11 5 27 1.59 4. Keegan Ziada-LCM 16 9 6 24 1.50 5. Matt Sluga-ECM 18 10 3 23 1.28 6. David Palmer-LMCM 20 9 4 22 1.10 7. Jack Bailey-LCM 17 8 3 19 1.12 8. Matt Dolan-BACM 15 6 5 17 1.13 9. Lee Smyth-LCM 16 5 6 16 1.00 10. Justin Ferguson-QUM 17 6 2 14 0.82 GOALS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Lee Squires-LMCM 21 14 0.67 2. Erik Pajunk-BCM 17 11 0.65 James Galvani-LMCM 20 11 0.55 4. Matt Sluga-ECM 18 10 0.56 5. Keegan Ziada-LCM 16 9 0.56 David Palmer-LMCM 20 9 0.45 7. Jack Bailey-LCM 17 8 0.47 8. Matt Dolan-BACM 15 6 0.40 Justin Ferguson-QUM 17 6 0.35 Jose Penaloza-BACM 18 6 0.33 Junior Ellis-LCM 18 6 0.33

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ASSISTS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Luke Perry-LMCM 21 10 0.48 2. Justin Jones-LMCM 21 8 0.38 3. Lee Squires-LMCM 21 7 0.33 4. Keegan Ziada-LCM 16 6 0.38 Lee Smyth-LCM 16 6 0.38 Gianluca D’Agata-BACM 19 6 0.32 James Galvani-LMCM 20 6 0.30 8. Matt Dolan-BACM 15 5 0.33 Erik Pajunk-BCM 17 5 0.29 Timmi Borges DaSilva-BACM 19 5 0.26

SAVE PERCENTAGE ## Player-Team MP Saves GA Pct ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Alex Moreno-PUM 17 104 19 .846 2. Roberto de la Vina-ECM 18 76 21 .784 3. H.B. Lockwood-LCMS 18 86 26 .768 4. James Sweeney-COKER 18 69 22 .758 5. Louis Liberatore-BACM 12 38 14 .731 6. Thomas Rusling-LMCM 21 51 19 .729 7. Brad Newman-MOCM 11 29 12 .707 8. William Williams-SAPC 13 76 36 .679 9. Shane Parman-MOCM 12 30 16 .652 10. Brian Riesenberg-BCM 17 70 38 .648

MATCH-WINNING GOALS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Matt Sluga-ECM 18 4 0.22 James Galvani-LMCM 20 4 0.20 Lee Squires-LMCM 21 4 0.19 4. Keegan Ziada-LCM 16 3 0.19 Jack Bailey-LCM 17 3 0.18

SAVES ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Alex Moreno-PUM 17 104 6.12 2. H.B. Lockwood-LCM 18 86 4.78 3. William Williams-SAPC 13 76 5.85 Roberto de la Vina-ECM 18 76 4.22 5. Brian Riesenberg-BCM 17 70 4.12 6. James Sweeney-COKER 18 69 3.83 7. Thomas Rusling-LMCM 21 51 2.43 8. Louis Liberatore-BACM 12 38 3.17 9. John Max Bolling-BACM 6 32 5.33 Giancarlo Aristondo-QUM 11 32 2.91

GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team MP GA Min GAA ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Thomas Rusling-LMCM 21 19 1833:34 0.93 2. Alex Moreno-PUM 17 19 1630:43 1.05 3. James Sweeney-COKER 18 22 1688:32 1.17 4. Roberto de la Vina-ECM 18 21 1491:08 1.27 5. Louis Liberatore-BACM 12 14 990:47 1.27 6. H.B. Lockwood-LCM 18 26 1594:31 1.47 7. Brad Newman-MOCM 11 12 675:02 1.60 8. Shane Parman-MOCM 12 16 756:37 1.90 9. Giancarlo Aristondo-QUM 11 20 915:39 1.97 10. Brian Riesenberg-BCM 17 38 1408:55 2.43

SHUTOUTS ## Player-Team MP SO Sho/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Roberto de la Vina-ECM 18 7 0.39 2. James Sweeney-COKER 18 6 0.33 3. Alex Moreno-PUM 17 5 0.29 H.B. Lockwood-LCM 18 5 0.28 5. Louis Liberatore-BACM 12 4 0.33 Thomas Rusling-LMCM 21 4 0.19 7. Giancarlo Aristondo-QUM 11 2 0.18 8. Brian Riesenberg-BCM 17 1 0.06 Shane Parman-MOCM 12 1 0.08 John Max Bolling-BACM 6 1 0.17 Sergio Ramirez-BACM 4 1 0.25

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Honor Roll Daktronics NCAA Division II All-America 2007 Tom Brailsford (1st team) 2007 Lee Squires (2nd team) 2007 Berin Boracic (3rd team) 2007 Dale Parker (Honorable Mention) 2008 Lee Squires (2nd team) 2009 Berin Boracic (3rd team) 2009 Luke Duffy (3rd team) 2009 Dale Parker (3rd team) 2009 Sean Paradise (Honorable Mention) 2010 Lee Squires (Honorable Mention) NJCAA All-America 1988 Guy Farrell 1988 Roy Lassiter 1989 John Clark (Honorable Mention) 1990 Jason Maricle (Honorable Mention)

NCCSIA All-State Team 2007 Berin Boracic 2007 Tom Brailsford 2007 Dale Parker 2007 Matt Lacey 2007 Lee Squires 2007 Sean Paradise 2009 Luke Duffy 2009 Sean Paradise 2009 Dale Parker 2009 Jamie Bladen 2009 Berin Boracic Daktronics NCAA II All-Southeast Region 2007 Berin Boracic (1st team) 2007 Tom Brailsford (1st team) 2007 Dale Parker (1st team) 2007 Lee Squires (1st team) 2007 Matt Lacey (2nd team) 2007 Sean Paradise (2nd team) 2008 Lee Squires (1st team) 2009 Berin Boracic (1st team) 2009 Dale Parker (1st team) 2009 Luke Duffy (1st team) 2009 Sean Paradise (1st team) 2009 Richard Guffins (2nd team) 2010 Lee Squires (1st team) 2010 Luke Duffy (1st team) 2010 David Palmer (2nd team) 2010 Justin Jones (2nd team) 2010 Thomas Rusling (2nd team) NSCAA All-Region 2001 Khano Smith (1st team) 2001 Calvin Dixon 2002 Khano Smith (1st team) 2003 Mark Sommerville (2nd team) 2003 Calvin Dixon (3rd team) 2004 Calvin Dixon (2nd team) 2004 Gerald Ngwang (2nd team) 2004 Lee Rogers (2nd team) 2006 Matt Lacey (2nd team) 2006 Berin Boracic (2nd team) 2007 Matt Lacey (1st team) 2007 Berin Boracic (1st team) 2007 Lee Squires (1st team) 2007 Sean Paradise (2nd team) 2008 Lee Squires (1st team) 2008 Dale Parker (1st team) 2008 Sean Paradise (3rd team) 2009 Berin Boracic (1st team) 2009 Dale Parker (1st team) 2009 Luke Duffy (1st team) 2009 Sean Paradise (1st team) 2009 David Palmer (3rd team) 2010 Lee Squires (1st team) 2010 David Palmer (2nd team) 2010 James Galvani (3rd team) 2010 Luke Duffy (3rd team) NJCAA All-Region X 1988 Guy Farrell (1st team) 1988 Frank Scorfina (1st team) 1988 Jason Barger (1st team) 1988 Otis Fawaz (2nd team) 1988 Allen Vital (2nd team) 1988 Kenny Galindo (2nd team) 1988 Greg Bailey (3rd team) 1988 Richard Robinson (3rd team) 1989 Roy Lassiter (1st team) 1989 Kentoine Jennings (1st team)

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John Clark (1st team) Jonathan Clarke (1st team) Andy Restreppo (1st team) Eric Lassiter (2nd team) Otis Fawaz (2nd team) Richard Robinson (Honorable Mention) Jomar Wilkinson (Honorable Mention) Jason Maricle (1st team) John Clark (1st team) Andy Restreppo (1st team) Jonathan Clarke (1st team) Frank Appiah (1st team) Tom Oxenreider (1st team) Joey DeSandre (1st team) Darren Shunkwiler (2nd team) Eric Lassiter (2nd team) Shawn Simons (2nd team) Jermaine Postlewaite (HM)

NJCAA Region X Player of the Year 1988 Guy Farrell Conference Carolinas All-Tournament Team 1998 Jeremy Reese 1998 Nick Young 1998 Gervasio Santos 1998 Juan Ortega 1998 Mark McShea (MVP) 1999 Mark McShea 1999 Dale Kukucka 1999 Levi Ernest 2000 Mario Lopez 2000 Levi Ernest 2001 Chris McIntosh 2001 Justin Mitnick 2001 Kevin Proctor 2002 Daniel Mathes 2002 Nick Young 2002 Calvin Dixon 2002 Khano Smith 2002 Chris McIntosh (MVP) 2003 Calvin Dixon 2003 Gerald Ngwang 2003 Luke Patterson 2003 Mark Sommerville 2003 Chris McIntosh (MVP) 2004 Calvin Dixon 2007 Lee Squires (MVP) 2007 Jonny Bownes 2007 Matt Lacey 2007 Sean Paradise 2007 Nathan Wall 2008 Sean Paradise 2008 Lee Squires 2008 David Palmer 2008 Dale Parker 2008 Luke Duffy (MVP) 2009 Luke Duffy 2010 Lee Squires 2010 Luke Duffy 2010 David Palmer 2010 Justin Jones 2010 Thomas Rusling All-Conference Carolinas 1995 J.J. Smith (2nd team) 1996 Scott Huntley (2nd team) 1997 Mark McShea (2nd team) 1998 Mark McShea (1st team) 1998 Juan Ortega (1st team) 1998 Kethel Haynes (2nd team) 1998 Nick Young (2nd team) 1998 Dale Kukucka (Honorable Mention) 1999 Mark McShea (1st team) 1999 Juan Ortega (1st team) 2000 Khano Smith (1st team) 2000 Levi Ernest (1st team) 2000 Darius Neerings (Honorable Mention) 2000 Juan Ortega (Honorable Mention) 2001 Kevin Proctor (1st team) 2001 Khano Smith (1st team) 2001 Chris McIntosh (1st team) 2001 Calvin Dixon (1st team) 2001 Mark Hallum (2nd team) 2001 Mario Lopez (2nd team) 2002 Khano Smith (1st team) 2002 Nick Young (2nd team) 2002 Calvin Dixon (2nd team) 2003 Mark Sommerville (1st team) 2003 Tim Bender (1st team) 2003 Paul Sandeford (1st team) 2003 Nick Velasquez (2nd team) 2003 Calvin Dixon (2nd team) 2004 Shawn Betring (1st team) 2004 Gerald Ngwang (1st team) 2004 Lee Rogers (1st team) 2004 Tim Bender (2nd team) 2004 Ian Batson (2nd team) 2004 Calvin Dixon (2nd team) 2005 Rocky Bravo (2nd team) 2005 Diego Cordiero (2nd team) 2006 Berin Boracic (1st team) 2006 Matt Lacey (2nd team) 2006 Jonny Bownes (Honorable Mention)

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Dale Parker (1st team) Berin Boracic (1st team) Lee Squires (1st team) Matt Lacey (1st team) Sean Paradise (1st team) Kyle McGimsey (2nd team) Tom Brailsford (3rd team) Dale Parker (1st team) Lee Squires (1st team) David Palmer (2nd team) Kyle McGimsey (2nd team) Sean Paradise (2nd team) Luke Duffy (3rd team) Nick Robinson (3rd team) Berin Boracic (1st team) Dale Parker (1st team) Luke Duffy (1st team) Sean Paradise (1st team) Richard Guffins (2nd team) David Palmer (2nd team) Luke Perry (3rd team) Jamie Bladen (3rd team) Lee Squires (1st team) David Palmer (1st team) Luke Perry (1st team) Luke Duffy (1st team) James Galvani (2nd team) Luke Staats (2nd team) Sam Kennedy (2nd team)

Conference Carolinas Player of the Year 1998 Mark McShea 2001 Khano Smith 2002 Khano Smith 2007 Berin Boracic 2008 Lee Squires 2009 Berin Boracic 2010 Lee Squires Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year 2003 Mark Sommerville 2009 Luke Perry Conference Carolinas Player of the Week 1997 Mark McShea 1998 Dale Kukucka 1998 Keith Sutton 1999 Mark McShea 2001 Mark Hallum 2002 Mihail Guscin 2003 Calvin Dixon 2003 Mark Sommerville (Twice) 2005 Bradley Rose 2006 Berin Boracic 2007 Berin Boracic (Three times) 2007 Lee Squires 2008 Lee Squires 2009 Berin Boracic 2010 Luke Perry 2010 James Galvani Conference Carolinas Championships 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Conference Carolinas Tournament Champions 1998, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010 Carolinas Junior College Conference Champions 1988, 1989, 1990 Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year 1998 Jeremy Tittle 2007 Chris Whalley 2009 Chris Whalley NJCAA Region X Coach of the Year 1988 Dave Munson 1990 Dave Munson NJCAA District 26 Coach of the Year 1990 Dave Munson NJCAA Region X Champions 1989, 1990 NJCAA District 26 Champions 1990 NJCAA National Quarterfinalist 1990 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2007, 2008 NCAA II Southeast Region Champions 2007, 2009 NCAA II Final Four 2009 NCAA II National Runner-up 2009

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NSCAA All-America 1990 John Clark 1990 Jason Maricle 1990 Andy Restreppo 1990 Jonathan Clarke 1990 Frank Appiah 2001 Khano Smith (2nd team) 2001 Khano Smith (1st team) 2007 Matt Lacey (1st team) 2007 Lee Squires (1st team) 2007 Berin Boracic (2nd team) 2008 Lee Squires (2nd team) 2009 Berin Boracic (2nd team) 2009 Sean Paradise (2nd team)

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Individual Career Records Goals: 67, Lee Squires, 2007-2010 Assists: 25, Mark McShea, 1998-1999 Points: 149, Lee Squires, 2007-2010 Match-Winning Goals: 22, Lee Squires, 2007-2010 Matches Played: 83, Nick Young, 1998-2000, 2002 Goals Against Avg. (min. 1500 minutes): 0.81, Sean Paradise, 2006-2009 Saves: 365, John Clark, 1989-1992 Wins: 51, Sean Paradise, 2006-2009 Shutouts: 24, Sean Paradise, 2006-2009 Individual Single-Season Records Goals: 27, Tom Oxenreider, 1990 Assists: 22, Jason Maricle, 1990 Points: 62, Tom Oxenreider, 1990 Match-Winning Goals: 9, Lee Squires, 2007 Goals Against Avg. (min. 750 minutes): 0.60, Sean Paradise, 2009 Wins: 20, Sean Paradise, 2007 Saves: 180, John Clark, 1991 Shutouts: 11, John Clark, 1989

Individual Match Records Goals: 5; Kentoine Jennings, 10/11/89 Assists: 4; several times, last by Luke Perry, 10/23/10 Points: 10; Kentoine Jennings, 10/11/89 Team Season Records Wins: 22, 1990 Losses: 14, 1991 & 1993 Ties: 3; 2006 & 2010 Won-Lost-Tie Percentage: .958 (22-2), 1990 Conference Wins: 10, 2001 Conference Losses: 10; 1995 Conference Ties: 2, 2005 & 2006 Goals: 122, 1989 Assists: 103, 1989 Points: 347, 1989 Saves: 197, 1991 Goals Against Average: 0.65, 2007 Shutouts: 13, 1989 & 2007

Individual Career Records Points Rank Name Pts. Years 1 Lee Squires 149 2007-2010 2 Berin Boracic 126 2005-09 3 Khano Smith 113 2000-02 4 Mark McShea 101 1996-99 5 Eric Lassiter 73 1989-1990 6 Otis Fawaz 70 1988-89 Keathel Haynes 70 1998-2000 8 Tom Oxenreider 62 1990 8 Nick Young 61 1998-2000, 2002 10 David Palmer 60 2008-present Points Per Match (min. 25 matches) Rank Name Pts./M Years 1 Otis Fawaz 2.12 1988-1989 2 Lee Squires 1.99 2007-2010 3 Khano Smith 1.95 2000-2002 4 Berin Boracic 1.75 2005-2009 5 Eric Lassiter 1.74 1989-1990 6 Thomas Horton 1.27 1986-1987 7 Mark McShea 1.23 1996-1999 8 Keathel Haynes 1.17 1998-2000 9 Marshall Morgan 1.14 1999-2000 10 Matt Lacey 1.1 2006-2007 Goals Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Goals 67 51 47 31 30 28 27 24 24 24

Years 2007-2010 2005-2009 2000-2002 1996-1999 1988-1989 1998-2000 1990 1989-1990 1994-1996 2008-present

Goals Per Match (min. 25 matches) Rank Name Goals/M 1 Otis Fawaz 0.91 2 Lee Squires 0.89 3 Khano Smith 0.81 4 Berin Boracic 0.71 5 Eric Lassiter 0.57 6 Thomas Horton 0.55 7 Keathel Haynes 0.47 8 Matt Lacey 0.44 9 Mihail Guscin 0.43 10 Mark McShea 0.38 David Palmer 0.38

Years 1988-1989 2007-2010 2000-2002 2005-2009 1989-1990 1986-1987 1998-2000 2006-2007 2001-2002 1996-1999 2008-present

Assists Rank 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9

Name Lee Squires Berin Boracic Khano Smith Mark McShea Otis Fawaz Keathel Haynes Tom Oxenreider Eric Lassiter JJ Smith David Palmer

Name Mark McShea Eric Lassiter Berin Boracic Kyle McGimsey Nick Young Jason Maricle Luke Perry Khano Smith Andy Restrepo Joey DeSandre

Asst. Years 39 1996-1999 25 1989-1990 24 2005-2009 24 2005-2008 23 1998-2000, 2002 22 1990 21 2009-2010 19 2000-2002 17 1989-1990 17 1989-1990

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Assists Per Match (min. 25 matches) Rank Name Asst/M 1 Eric Lassiter 0.60 2 Mark McShea 0.48 Luke Perry 0.48 4 Andy Restrepo 0.41 5 Marshall Morgan 0.35 6 Mark Hallam 0.34 7 Jamie Price 0.33 Berin Boracic 0.33 Khano Smith 0.33 10 Kyle McGimsey 0.31

Years 1989-1990 1996-1999 2009-2010 1989-1990 1999-2000 2000-2001 2008-2009 2005-2009 2000-2002 2005-2008

Match-Winning Goals Rank Name MWG Years 1 Lee Squires 22 2007-2010 2 Berin Boracic 14 2005-2009 3 Khano Smith 12 2000-2002 4 Keathel Haynes 8 1998-2000 5 Tom Oxenreinder 6 1990 Nick Young 6 1998-2000, 2002 6 Les Broussard 5 1986-1987 Eric Lassiter 5 1989-1990 Jason Maricle 5 1990 Marshall Morgan 5 1999-2000 Matt Lacey 5 2006-2007 Nick Robinson 5 2007-2008 David Palmer 5 2008-present Shots Attempted (Incomplete) Rank Name Shots Years 1 Lee Squires 275 2007-2010 2 Berin Boracic 239 2005-2009 3 Mark McShea 203 1996-1999 4 David Palmer 182 2008-present 5 Nick Young 159 1998-2000, 2002 6 Khano Smith 154 2000-2002 7 Keathel Haynes 142 1998-2000 8 Kyle McGimsey 110 2005-2008 9 Jeremy Reese 101 1998-2001 10 Roy Lassiter 100 1989 Shots per Match (min. 25 matches since 1996) Rank Name Shots/M Years 1 Lee Squires 3.67 2007-2010 2 Berin Boracic 3.32 2005-2009 3 David Palmer 2.84 2008-present 4 Khano Smith 2.66 2000-2002 5 Mark McShea 2.47 1996-1999 6 Keathel Haynes 2.37 1998-2000 7 Matt Lacey 2.28 2006-2007 8 Marshall Morgan 2.05 1999-2000 9 Jamie Bladen 1.93 2009-2010 10 Nick Young 1.92 1998-2000, 2002 Goals against average (min. 1500 minutes) Rank Name GAA Years 1 Sean Paradise 0.81 2006-2009 2 Thomas Rusling 0.93 2010 3 Calvin Dixon 1.03 2001-2004 4 Ron Messick 1.27 1988 5 Dylan Lawrence 1.36 2005-2009 6 Dale Kukucka 1.45 1998-1999 7 Darius Neerings 1.73 1998-2001 8 John Clark 1.90 1989-1992 9 Brian Diamond 2.21 1997 10 Paul Symington 2.47 1996

Saves Rank Name Saves 1 John Clark 365 2 Paul Lucas 356 3 Calvin Dixon 296 4 Sean Paradise 264 5 Paul Lucas 214 6 Dale Kukucka 127 7 Darius Neerings 119 8 Dylan Lawrence 116 9 Brendan O’Donnell 91 10 Paul Symington 82 Save Percentage Rank Name Save Pct. 1 Sean Paradise .825 2 Calvin Dixon .813 3 Dylan Lawrence .763 4 Paul Lucas .756 5 John Clark .742 6 Dale Kukucka .730 7 Thomas Rusling .729 8 Darius Neerings .676

Years 2006-2009 2001-2004 2005-2009 1993-1994 1989-1992 1998-1999 2010-present 1998-2001

Wins Rank 1 2 3 4 5 7

Wins 51 49 38 25 17 17 12

Years 2006-2009 2001-2004 1989-1992 1998-1999 2005-2009 1998-2001 2010-present

Shutouts Rank Name Shutouts 1 Sean Paradise 24 2 Calvin Dixon 22 3 John Clark 21 4 Darius Neerings 7 5 Dale Kukucka 6 6 Dylan Lawrence 5 John Reinoehl 5 8 Gerry Nielsen 4 Thomas Rusling 4

Years 2006-2009 2001-2004 1989-1992 1998-2001 1998-1999 2005-2009 1988 2005 2010-present

Name Sean Paradise Calvin Dixon John Clark Dale Kukucka Dylan Lawrence Darius Neerings Thomas Rusling

Years 1989-1992 1993-1996 2001-2004 2006-2009 1993-1994 1998-1999 1998-2001 2005-2009 1993 1996

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Individual Single-Season Records Year 1990 2007 2008 1989 1989 1990 1989 1988 2007 1990 Year 1989 1989 1989 1990 2008 2002 2007 1989 1990 2006 Year 1990 2008 2007 1989 1988 1989 2002 1989 2007 1989 1990

Goals Per Match (min. 15 matches) Rank Name Goals/M 1 Kentoine Jennings 1.22 2 Lee Squires 1.19 3 Roy Lassiter 1.18 4 Tom Oxenreider 1.12 5 Eric Lassiter 1.00 Khano Smith 1.00 Lee Squires 1.00 8 Otis Fawaz 0.94 9 Berin Boracic 0.88 10 Otis Fawaz 0.87

Year 1989 2008 1989 1990 1989 2002 2007 1989 2006 1988

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6

Year 1990 1990 1989 1999 2009 1988 1989 2007 2009 2009

Name Jason Maricle Andy Restrepo Erin Lassiter Mark McShea Richard Guffens Greg Bailey Andy Restrepo Berin Boracic Jamie Price Luke Perry

Asst. 22 17 16 15 13 11 11 11 11 11

Assists Per Match (min. 15 matches) Rank Name Asst/M 1 Jason Maricle 0.92 2 Eric Lassiter 0.89 3 Greg Bailey 0.73 4 Joey DeSandre 0.71 5 Mark McShea 0.68 6 Andy Restrepo 0.65 7 Roy Lassiter 0.59 8 Richard Guffens 0.57 9 Mark McShea 0.53 10 Luke Perry 0.48 Jamie Price 0.48 Luke Perry 0.48 Mark McShea 0.48

Year 1990 1898 1988 1990 1999 1989 1989 2009 1996 2009 2009 2010 1998

Match-Winning Goals Rank Name 1 Lee Squires 2 Lee Squires 3 Khano Smith 4 Tom Oxenreider 5 Jason Maricle Keathel Haynes Khano Smith Nick Robinson Berin Boracic 10 Guy Farrell Joey DeSandre Berin Boracic Richard Guffens Lee Squires James Galvani

MWG 9 8 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Year 2007 2008 2002 1990 1990 1998 2000 2008 2009 1988 1990 2007 2009 2010 2010

Shots Attempted (Incomplete) Rank Name Shots 1 Roy Lassiter 100 2 Lee Squires 88 3 Lee Squires 86 4 Khano Smith 82 5 Berin Boracic 81 6 Berin Boracic 79 7 Guy Farrell 76 Lee Squires 76 9 Eric Lassiter 74 James Galvani 74

Year 1989 2010 2007 2002 2007 2009 1988 2008 1989 2010

Shots per Match (min. 15 matches - Incomplete) Rank Name Shots/M Year 1 Roy Lassiter 5.88 1989 2 Khano Smith 4.32 2002 3 Lee Squires 4.19 2010 4 Eric Lassiter 4.11 1989 5 Kentoine Jennings 3.94 1989 6 James Galvani 3.70 2010 7 Berin Boracic 3.65 2006 8 Lee Squires 3.62 2008 9 Khano Smith 3.60 2000 10 Lee Squires 3.58 2007

Goals against average (min. 750 minutes) Rank Name GAA 1 Sean Paradise 0.60 2 Sean Paradise 0.73 3 John Clark 0.86 4 Calvin Dixon 0.89 5 Thomas Rusling 0.93 6 John Clark 0.97 7 Sean Paradise 0.98 8 Ron Messick 1.27 9 Dale Kukucka 1.37 10 Gerry Nielsen 1.48

Year 2007 2009 1990 2001 2010 1989 2008 1988 1999 2005

Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Name Saves John Clark 180 Paul Lucas 143 Paul Lucas 142 Sean Paradise 97 Brendan O’Donnell 91 Calvin Dixon 89 Calvin Dixon 88 Paul Symington 82 Dale Kukucka 78 Paul Lucas 71 Sean Paradise 71

Year 1991 1994 1993 2009 1993 2003 2001 1996 1998 1993 2007

Save Percentage Rank Name Save Pct. 1 Sean Paradise .858 2 Calvin Dixon .846 3 Sean Paradise .845 4 John Clark .816 5 John Clark .783 6 John Clark .757 Sean Paradise .757 8 Gerry Nielsen .750 9 Dale Kukucka .736 10 Thomas Rusling .729

Year 2009 2001 2007 1989 1991 1990 2008 2005 1998 2010

Wins Rank 1 2 3 4 6 7 9

Name Sean Paradise John Clark Sean Paradise John Clark Calvin Dixon Dale Kukucka Calvin Dixon Thomas Rusling Dale Kukucka Darius Neerings Calvin Dixon Calvin Dixon Sean Paradise

Wins 20 19 17 15 15 14 12 12 11 11 11 11 11

Year 2007 1990 2009 1989 2001 1998 2002 2010 1998 2000 2003 2004 2008

Shutouts Rank 1 2 4 5 8 10

Name Shutouts John Clark 11 John Clark 10 Sean Paradise 10 Calvin Dixon 8 Calvin Dixon 6 Sean Paradise 6 Sean Paradise 6 John Reinoehl 5 Calvin Dixon 5 Gerry Nielsen 4 Dylan Lawrence 4 Thomas Rusling 4

Year 1990 1989 2007 2001 2003 2008 2009 1988 2004 2005 2008 2010

Team Season Records Points Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Points 347 292 221 195 178

Year 1989 1990 2007 2009 2000

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Goals Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Goals 122 108 80 66 63

Year 1989 1990 2007 2002 2009

Match-Winning Goals Rank MWG 1 22 2 21 3 19 19 5 18

Assists 103 76 69 61 52

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Goals Against Average Rank GAA 1 0.65 2 0.72 3 0.78 4 0.90 5 0.93

Year 2007 2009 1989 2001 2008

Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Saves 197 173 161 106 104

Year 1991 1993 1994 2006 2009

Year 1990 2007 1989 2008 2009

Fewest Goals Conceded Rank GC 1 15 2 16 3 17 4 18 5 19

Year 1989 2007 2009 1988 2001

Wins Rank 1 2 3 5

Wins 22 21 19 19 18

Year 1990 2007 1989 1994 2001

Shutouts Rank 1 3 4

Sho 13 13 11 10 10 10

Year 1989 2007 1990 2001 2008 2009

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Lees-McRae Athletics: Success Elevated

Points Rank Name Pts. 1 Tom Oxenreider 62 2 Lee Squires 54 3 Lee Squires 52 4 Kentoine Jennings 51 Eric Lassiter 51 Joey DeSandre 51 7 Roy Lassiter 50 8 Guy Farrell 47 9 Berin Boracic 47 10 Jason Maricle 46 Points Per Match (min. 15 matches) Rank Name Pts./M 1 Roy Lassiter 2.94 2 Eric Lassiter 2.83 Kentoine Jennings 2.83 4 Tom Oxenreider 2.58 5 Lee Squires 2.48 6 Khano Smith 2.37 7 Lee Squires 2.25 8 Otis Fawaz 2.17 9 Joey DeSandre 2.12 10 Berin Boracic 2.00 Goals Rank Name Goals 1 Tom Oxenreider 27 2 Lee Squires 25 3 Lee Squires 24 4 Kentoine Jennings 22 5 Guy Farrell 21 6 Roy Lassiter 20 7 Khano Smith 19 8 Eric Lassiter 18 Berin Boracic 18 10 Otis Fawaz 17 Joey DeSandre 17

2011 Bobcat Men’s Soccer 1986 (9-7-1, 4-5-1 WCJCC) Date 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/25 9/27 9/30 10/3 10/6 10/8 10/10 10/14 10/23 10/25 10/26 10/30 11/1 11/7

Coach: Greg Hooks Opponent W-L-T Score at Montreat-Anderson* W 2-0 Spartanburg Methodist T 2OT 1-1 at Anderson* L 0-2 at North Greenville* L 1-2 Barber-Scotia W Forfeit Brevard* L 0-3 Anderson* L OT 1-2 Mount Olive W 3-0 at Columbia Bible W 3-2 North Greenville* W 5-1 Montreat-Anderson* W 2-0 at Brevard* L OT 1-3 at Spartanburg Methodst* W 1-0 at Limestone W OT 4-2 at Catawba L 0-4 at Oxford W 2-1 at Brevard % L 0-2

* WCJCC Match % Region X Championships, Brevard, N.C.

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1987 (10-5-2, 5-4-1 WCJCC)

NJCAA Region X Runner-Ups Coach: Greg Hooks Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/11 Carson-Newman W 6-1 9/14 Spartanburg-Methodist* T 3-3 9/18 at North Greenville* W 4-2 9/20 Anderson* L 2-3 9/23 at Brevard* L 2-3 9/28 at Montreat-Anderson* W 5-1 9/30 Limestone W 8-0 9/30 Young Harris W Forfeit 10/2 at Spartanburg Meth.* W 3-1 10/6 North Greenville* L 1-2 10/8 at Anderson* L 0-4 10/17 at Miami-Dade W 1-0 10/18 at Broward CC T 1-1 10/26 Montreat-Anderson* W 12-0 10/31 Brevard* W 1-0 11/6 vs. North Greenville % W 3-2 11/7 vs. Anderson % L 0-3 * WCJCC Match % Region X Championships, Spartanburg, S.C.

1988 (12-3, 8-2 WCJCC)

WCJCC Champions Coach: Dave Munson Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/13 Piedmont Bible W 7-0 9/15 North Greenville* W 5-1 9/17 at Montreat-Anderson* W 6-0 9/21 Spartanburg-Methodist* W 5-1 9/25 at Brevard* W 2-0 9/29 Carson-Newman W 2-0 10/2 Brevard* L 1-2 10/5 at Anderson* W 4-3 10/9 Truett-McConnell W 4-1 10/12 Montreat-Anderson* W 7-2 10/15 at Spartanburg-Meth.* L 0-2 10/17 Lee W 2-0 10/26 Anderson* W 3-0 10/29 at North Greenville* W 12-3 11/4 vs. Anderson % L 1-3 * WCJCC Match % Region X Championships, Due West, S.C.

1989 (19-2, 7-1 CJCC)

CJCC Champions NJCAA Region X Champions Coach: Dave Munson Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/5 at Hiwassee W 8-0 9/9 Anderson* W 1-0 9/13 Tusculum W 9-0 9/16 at Spartanburg Meth.* W 4-1 9/20 at Milligan W 12-0 9/23 at Brevard* W 4-3 9/27 at Montreat-Anderson* W 5-2 9/30 at Young Harris W 3-0 10/1 at North Georgia W 10-1 10/4 Spartanburg Methodist W 7-0 10/6 Hiwassee W 10-0 10/8 East Tennessee State W 11-0 10/11 Young Harris W 15-0 10/13 at Catawba W 3-0 10/16 Brevard* w 3-1 10/25 Montreat-Anderson* W 6-0 10/28 at Anderson* L 1-3 10/29 at Truett-McConnell W 3-0 11/3 Spartanburg Meth. % W 2-0 11/5 Brevard % W 5-3 11/11 at Miami Dade North $ L 0-1 * CJCC Match % Region X Championships, Banner Elk, N.C. $ District Tournament, Deland, Fla.

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Year-By-Year Results

1990 (22-2, 5-0 CJCC)

Final NJCAA Rank: 4 CJCC Champions NJCAA Region X Champions NJCAA District Champions NJCAA National Tournament Coach: Dave Munson Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/4 Bryan W 5-0 9/7 Anderson @ W 6-1 9/8 Martin Methodist @ W 3-0 9/9 Burlington @ W 7-1 9/15 at Spartanburg Meth.* W 4-2 9/20 at Tusculum W 4-3 9/22 Brevard* W 7-1 9/29 at Andrew W 6-0 10/3 at Maryville W 4-1 10/6 Spartanburg Meth.* W 2-0 10/11 at Brevard* W 3-1 10/14 Davidson W 4-1 10/18 at Delhi Tech W 7-1 10/19 at Herkimer L 1-2 10/20 at Hartwick W 8-4 10/24 Truett-McConnell W 4-0 10/27 at Anderson* W 5-1 11/2 Spartanburg Meth. % W 5-0 11/3 Brevard % W 3-0 11/8 vs. Tyler (Texas) ^ W 9-0 11/10 vs. Miami-Dade North ^ W 5-4 11/15 vs. Massasoit (Mass.) # L 0-1 11/16 vs. Schoolcraft (Mich.) # W 3-0 11/17 vs. Montgomery (Md.) # W 2-0 * CJCC Match % Region X Championships, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ District Championships, Cuthbert, Ga. # NJCAA Championships, Trenton, N.J.

1992 (3-12-2)

Coach: Fred LaRoche Opponent W-L-T Score Bluefield W Forfeit Catawba L 0-5 Coker T 2OT 2-2 at King (Tenn.) L 2-3 at Belmont Abbey L 0-3 High Point L 2-4 at Mars Hill W 2-1 at Charleston (W.Va.) L 0-1 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-3 Erskine L 1-2 at Tusculum L 1-6 Georgia Southern L 0-3 Berry L 0-1 at St. Thomas L 0-5 at Nova Southeastern L 0-3 at Palm Beach Atlantic T 2OT 1-1 at St. Andrews W 4-2

1993 (4-14-1, 1-6 CIAC)

Coach: Fred LaRoche Date Opponent W-L-T 9/4 at Central Wesleyan W 9/8 at Catawba L 9/10 at Erskine L 9/11 at Lander L 9/15 at High Point* L 9/18 at Mount Olive* L 9/19 at Barton* L 9/22 King (Tenn.) T 2OT 9/25 St. Andrews L 9/26 Piedmont W 9/28 Lincoln Memorial L 10/2 at Coker* L 10/6 Lenoir-Rhyne L 10/9 Pfeiffer* W 10/21 Tusculum L 10/23 Milligan W 10/24 Wingate L 10/27 Belmont Abbey* L 11/3 at Belmont Abbey % L * CIAC Match % CIAC Tournament

Coach: Fred LaRoche Date Opponent W-L-T 9/3 Lander L 9/7 at King (Tenn.) L 9/10 Mount Olive* L 9/11 Charleston (W.Va.) L 9/17 Erskine L 9/20 High Point* L 9/24 Barton* W 9/28 Limestone W 10/1 at St. Andrews* W 10/6 at Milligan W 10/8 at Lenoir-Rhyne T 2OT 10/9 at Wingate L 10/12 at Pfeiffer* L 10/15 Coker* L 10/18 at Tusculum L 10/26 at Belmont Abbey* L 10/29 at Pfeiffer % L * CIAC Match % CIAC Tournament

Score 0-8 0-6 2-4 0-8 1-2 1-3 3-2 4-2 2-1 4-0 1-1 1-5 0-4 2-3 1-7 0-5 2-6

1995 (2-16, 0-10 CVAC) Coach: Jeremy Tittle Results not avalible

1996 (7-12, 3-7 CVAC) Coach: Jeremy Tittle Results not available

1997 (5-15, 3-6 CVAC) Coach: Jeremy Tittle Results not avaliable

1998 (15-6, 9-2 CVAC)

1991 (13-5)

First Season as Four-Year School Coach: Fred LaRoche Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/31 at High Point L 0-5 9/4 King (Tenn.) L Forfeit 9/7 vs. Bellarmine @ L Forfeit 9/8 vs. Morehead State @ L Forfeit 9/12 at Catawba L 0-6 9/18 at USC-Spartanburg L 0-5 9/21 Tennessee Wesleyan L 1-4 9/24 Tusculum L 0-4 9/28 Central Wesleyan W 2-1 10/3 at Erskine L 0-8 10/5 at Berry L 0-7 10/9 Mars Hill T 2OT 1-1 10/16 Auburn-Montgomery L 0-8 10/18 vs. Lander % L 0-5 10/19 vs. Belhaven % L 0-7 10/27 St. Andrews L 1-2 @ Lincoln Memorial Tourn., Harrogate, Tenn. % West Florida Tournament, Pensacola, Fla.

Date 9/2 9/9 9/13 9/15 9/17 9/19 9/22 9/26 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/10 10/11 10/15 10/16 10/18 10/24

1994 (4-12-1, 2-5 CIAC)

Score 4-1 0-11 1-2 0-9 0-2 0-4 1-3 1-1 0-1 4-3 2-4 1-4 0-4 2-1 0-2 2-0 0-2 2-5 0-6

CVAC Tournament Champions Coach: Jeremy Tittle Date Opponent W-L-T Score Morehouse W OT 4-3 King (Tenn.) W 3-0 at USC Aiken L 0-3 Milligan L OT 2-3 Pfeiffer* W 3-1 Barton* W 1-0 Limestone* W 5-1 at St. Andrews* W 6-0 Erskine* W 8-3 at Mount Olive* W 3-0 Carson-Newman W 3-1 Coker* W 5-2 at Belmont Abbey* L 1-3 at Clayton State L 1-3 at Queens* W OT 3-2 Longwood* L 1-2 at Anderson* W 3-0 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-4 Pfeiffer % W 2-1 vs. Belmont Abbey # W 2-1 at Barton # W OT 2-1 * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. # CVAC Tournament, Wilson, N.C.

1999 (13-10, 8-3 CVAC)

Coach: Jeremy Tittle Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/28 vs. Tusculum @ L 2-4 8/29 at Mars Hill @ W 4-3 9/4 at Augusta State ! L 0-2 9/5 vs. Newberry ! W 1-0 9/8 at King (Tenn.) L 0-1 9/11 Clayton State L 0-1 9/14 Belmont Abbey* L 2-3 9/19 at Barton* L 2-4 9/22 at Limestone* W 4-0 9/25 Mount Olive* W 3-1 9/29 at Erskine* W 1-0 10/2 at Longwood* W 4-1 10/7 at Pfeiffer* W 3-1 10/9 St. Andrews* W 5-1 10/14 at Florida Southern L 0-2 10/16 at Eckerd L 0-5 10/21 Queens* L 0-3 10/23 at Coker* W 7-3 10/26 Anderson* W 7-1 10/30 Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-0 11/3 Longwood % W 4-2 11/6 at Belmont Abbey ^ W 1-0 11/7 vs. Queens ^ L 0-1 * CVAC Match @ Mars Hill Tournament, Mars Hill, N.C. ! Augusta State Tournament, Augusta, Ga. % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

2000 (13-6-1, 9-2 CVAC)

CVAC Co-Champions Coach: Jeremy Tittle Date Opponent W-L-T 9/1 at Lenoir-Rhyne T 2OT 9/5 Mars Hill W OT 9/9 at Clayton State L 9/10 vs. Tusculum @ W 9/13 Limestone* W 9/16 at Barton* W 9/20 King (Tenn.) L 9/23 at St. Andrews* W 9/27 at Erskine* W 9/30 at Longwood* L 10/4 Pfeiffer* W 10/7 Mount Olive* W 10/13 Coker* W 10/14 Eckerd W 10/18 at Queens* L OT 10/21 Morehouse L 10/25 at Belmont Abbey* W 10/28 Anderson* W 11/1 Belmont Abbey % W OT 11/4 vs. Pfeiffer # L * CVAC Match @ Morrow, Ga. % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ CVAC Tournament, Wilson, N.C.

Score 2-2 2-1 2-6 3-1 5-0 2-1 1-3 6-0 3-1 0-3 2-1 3-0 4-0 4-1 3-4 2-3 4-1 14-0 2-1 0-3

2001 (18-3, 10-1 CVAC)

CVAC Champions Coach: Jeremy Tittle Date Opponent W-L-T at USC-Spartanburg L Tusculum W Catawba W at King (Tenn.) W at Limestone* W Barton* W St. Andrews* W Erskine* W Longwood* W at Pfeiffer* W at Mount Olive* W at Coker* W Lenoir-Rhyne W Queens* L Presbyterian W Belmont Abbey* W 10/31 Mount Olive % W 11/3 vs. Pfeiffer ^ W 11/4 vs. Queens ^ L * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

Score 1-4 2-1 3-2 4-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 8-1 2-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 4-0 4-0 4-0 3-1 0-4

2002 (17-4, 9-2 CVAC)

CVAC Tournament Champions Coach: Adrian Blewitt Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/7 Carson-Newman W 1-0 9/11 at Mars Hill W OT 3-2 9/14 at Tusculum L 0-4 9/15 vs. Morehouse @ W 1-0 9/18 Limestone* W 8-2 9/21 at Clayton State L OT 2-3 9/25 Mount Olive* W 5-1 9/28 at Belmont Abbey* L 1-2 10/2 Pfeiffer* W 6-1 10/5 Anderson* W 4-1 10/9 at Barton* W 2-1 10/12 at Longwood* W 3-2 10/16 at Queens* L 2OT 0-1 10/19 Coker* W 6-0 10/22 at Erskine* W 4-0 10/26 at St. Andrews* W 4-1 10/28 at USC Aiken W 4-0 11/2 Lander W 5-2 11/6 Limestone % W 4-1 11/9 Belmont Abbey % W 1-0 11/10 Queens % W 2-1 * CVAC Match @ Greeneville, Tenn. % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C.

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Year-By-Year Results 2003 (15-6, 8-2 CVAC)

2004 (11-7-1, 7-3 CVAC)

Coach: Adrian Blewitt Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/27 Brevard T 2OT 2-2 8/28 Francis Marion W 1-0 9/1 at USC Aiken L 2OT 1-2 9/11 at Queens* L 1-2 9/14 at Belmont Abbey* L 0-1 9/22 at Mars Hill W 5-1 9/25 Coker* W 2-1 9/29 Lander L 1-2 10/2 Anderson* W 2-1 10/4 Pfeiffer* W 2-1 10/6 at Montreat W 2OT 4-3 10/9 at Erskine* W 1-0 10/13 Limestone* W 4-0 10/16 at Barton* L 1-3 10/20 at Clayton State L 1-2 10/23 at St. Andrews* W 6-0 10/30 Mount Olive* W 2-1 11/3 Pfeiffer % W 7-0 11/6 at Belmont Abbey ^ L 1-2 * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

2005 (8-7-2, 4-4-2 CVAC)

Coach: Chris Whalley Date Opponent W-L-T 8/26 Francis Marion L 8/27 UNC Pembroke W 9/5 Charleston (W.Va.) W 9/7 King (Tenn.) L 9/10 at Coker* W OT 9/17 at Pfeiffer* L 9/24 Barton* W 9/28 at Lander W 10/1 Erskine* W OT 10/5 Clayton State W 10/12 Queens* L 10/15 at Anderson* L 10/20 at Limestone* W 10/21 at Mount Olive* T 2OT 10/26 Belmont Abbey* L 10/29 St. Andrews* T 2OT 11/2 at Belmont Abbey % L * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

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

2006 (8-7-3, 5-3-2 CVAC)

Coach: Chris Whalley Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/25 Francis Marion W 4-1 8/27 UNC Pembroke T 2OT 1-1 9/1 at Clayton State W 3-2 9/2 vs. North Georgia @ W 4-1 9/7 Lander L 1-5 9/9 Anderson* W 2OT 3-2 9/16 at Queens* L 2OT 1-2 9/18 at King (Tenn.) L 2-3 9/21 USC Upstate L 0-1 9/23 Coker* W 4-1 9/26 Pfeiffer* L 1-2 9/30 at St. Andrews* W 3-0 10/3 Limestone* T 2OT 2-2 10/7 Mount Olive* W 2-0 10/14 at Erskine* T 2OT 1-1 10/18 at Belmont Abbey* L 1-3 10/21 at Barton* W 6-1 10/25 at Limestone % L 0-4 * CVAC Match @ Morrow, Ga. % CVAC Tournament, Gaffney, S.C.

2007 (21-2-1, 9-1 CC)

Final NSCAA Rank: 7 Conference Carolinas Champions Conference Carolinas Tournament Champions NCAA II Southeast Region Champions NCAA II Elite Eight Coach: Chris Whalley Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/24 at Francis Marion W 8-0 8/26 at UNC Pembroke W 6-1 8/29 King (Tenn.) W 2-0 9/2 at Charleston (W.Va.) W 9-2 9/6 Clayton State T 2OT 2-2 9/8 Erskine* W 2-0 9/15 at Anderson* L OT 0-1 9/19 at Limestone* W 1-0 9/22 Barton* W 5-0 9/24 Queens* W 1-0 9/29 at Coker* W 3-2 10/3 North Georiga W 2-0 10/6 St. Andrews* W 3-1 10/10 at Lander W 3-1 10/13 at Pfeiffer* W 3-2 10/20 at Mount Olive* W 5-1 10/24 Belmont Abbey* W 2-0 10/27 at Chowan W 11-0 10/30 Erskine % W 4-0 11/2 vs. Belmont Abbey ^ W 3-1 11/4 vs. Queens ^ W 2OT 1-0 11/8 Queens # W 3-0 11/10 Lander # W 1-0 11/17 Montevallo @ L 0-2 * Conference Carolinas Match % Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C. ^ Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Mount Olive, N.C. # NCAA II Southeast Regional, Banner Elk, N.C. @ NCAA II Quarterfinal, Banner Elk, N.C.

2008 (17-3-3, 9-0-1 CC)

Final NSCAA Rank: 13 Conference Carolinas Champions Conference Carolinas Tournament Champions NCAA II Southeast Region Runner-up Coach: Chris Whalley Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/29 Francis Marion W 4-2 8/31 UNC Pembroke L 1-2 9/5 Mars Hill W 4-0 9/6 Chowan W 5-0 9/10 Carson-Newman W 1-0 9/13 at St. Andrews* W 2OT 5-4 9/17 at North Georgia W 2-0 9/20 Coker* W 3-0 9/23 Pikeville W 3-0 9/27 at Barton* W 2OT 2-1 10/1 at Tusculum L 1-3 10/4 Pfeiffer* W 2-0 10/7 Limestone* W 3-1 10/11 Mount Olive* T 2OT 1-1 10/15 at Queens* W 1-0 10/18 at Erskine* W OT 3-2 10/25 Anderson* W 3-2 11/1 at Belmont Abbey* W 1-0 11/4 Coker % W 4-1 11/7 Pfeiffer ^ T 2OT 0-0 11/9 Anderson $ T 2OT 1-1 11/14 vs. Limestone @ W 2-1 11/16 at Tusculum @ L 0-2 * Conference Carolinas Match % Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C. ^ Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C. (LMC advances on PK’s, 4-3) $ Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C.) (LMC advances on PK’s, 3-2) @ NCAA II Southeast Regional, Greeneville, Tenn.

2010 (13-5-3, 7-1-1 CC)

Conference Carolinas Champions Conference Carolinas Tournament Champions NCAA II Southeast Regional Coach: Matt Thompson Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/3 Flagler L 0-3 9/5 Tusculum W 3-1 9/11 Limestone* W 2-1 9/14 at Belmont Abbey* W 5-1 9/16 Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-1 9/18 Mount Olive* W 2OT 3-2 9/22 Carson-Newman W 2-0 9/25 at Barton* W 1-0 9/29 at King (Tenn.) W 3-1 10/2 Pfeiffer* T 2OT 1-1 10/5 at Lincoln Memorial T 2OT 1-1 10/9 at Queens* W 3-0 10/14 at North Georgia L 2OT 1-2 10/20 Mars Hill W 2-1 10/23 at St. Andrews* W 7-1 10/26 at Erskine* L 0-2 10/30 Coker* W 2-1 11/2 Queens % W 3-0 11/6 Pfeiffer # T 2OT 0-0 11/7 Coker % W 2-0 11/10 at Clayton State ^ L 1-2 * Conference Carolinas Match % Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C. # Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C. (LMC advances on PK’s, 3-2) ^ NCAA II Southeast Regional, Morrow, Ga.

2009 (18-3-2, 8-1-1 CC)

Final NSCAA Rank: 2 Conference Carolinas Champions Conference Carolinas Tournament Runner-Up NCAA II Southeast Region Champions NCAA II National Runner-Up Coach: Chris Whalley Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/27 King (Tenn.) W 4-0 9/1 at Mars Hill W 1-0 9/4 Lincoln Memorial W 2-1 9/12 Erskine* W 8-1 9/19 at Limestone* W 2-1 9/23 at UNC Pembroke W 2OT 2-1 9/26 at Coker* W 3-1 9/30 Barton* W 2-0 10/3 St. Andrews* W 4-0 10/6 Belmont Abbey* W 3-0 10/13 Queens* W 3-0 10/17 at Mount Olive* W 3-0 10/20 at Anderson* T 2OT 1-1 10/24 Tusculum W 4-1 10/27 North Georgia W 1-0 10/31 at Pfeiffer* L 0-1 11/3 St. Andrews % W 8-0 11/6 Coker % L 0-1 11/13 Wingate ^ W 6-3 11/15 Anderson ^ W OT 3-2 11/21 Tampa $ W 1-0 12/3 vs. Lewis @ T 2OT 2-2 12/5 vs. Fort Lewis # L 0-1 * Conference Carolinas Match % Conf. Carolinas Tourn., Banner Elk, N.C. ^ NCAA II Southeast Regional, Banner Elk, N.C. $ NCAA II Nat’l Quarterfinal, Banner Elk, N.C. @ NCAA II Final Four, Tampa, Fla. (LMC advances on PK’s, 5-3) # NCAA II Final Four, Tampa, Fla.

All-Time Series Records Opponent W-L Anderson (S.C.)............. 15-10-1 Andrew.................................. 1-0 Auburn-Montgomery............ 0-1 Augusta State......................... 0-1 Barber-Scotia......................... 1-0 Barton............................... 14-3 Belhaven................................ 0-1 Bellarmine............................. 0-1 Belmont Abbey.................12-12 Berry...................................... 0-2 Bluefield................................. 1-0 Brevard...............................8-5-1 Broward..............................0-0-1 Bryan..................................... 1-0 Burlington.............................. 1-0 Carson-Newman.................... 7-0 Catawba................................. 2-4 Central Wesleyan................... 2-0 Charleston (W.Va.)................. 2-2 Chowan.................................. 2-0 Clayton State......................2-7-1 Coker.............................. 15-3-1

First Met 1986 1990 1991 1999 1986 1993 1991 1991 1992 1991 1992 1986 1987 1990 1990 1987 1986 1991 1992 2007 1998 1992

Last Met 2009 1990 1991 1999 1986 2010 1991 1991 2010 1992 1992 2004 1987 1990 1990 2010 2001 1993 2007 2008 2010 2010

Opponent W-L Columbia Bible....................... 1-0 Davidson................................ 1-0 Delhi Tech.............................. 1-0 East Tennessee State. ........... 1-0 Eckerd.................................... 1-1 Erskine............................ 12-5-1 Flagler.................................... 0-1 Florida Southern.................... 0-1 Fort Lewis.............................. 0-1 Francis Marion....................... 4-1 Georgia Southern.................. 0-1 Hartwick................................ 1-0 Herkimer................................ 0-1 High Point.............................. 0-4 Hiwassee................................ 2-0 King (Tenn.)...................... 5-7-1 Lander.................................... 4-6 Lee......................................... 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne......................2-4-2 Lewis...................................0-0-1 Limestone....................... 17-1-1 Lincoln Memorial................1-1-1

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First Met 1986 1990 1990 1989 1999 1992 2010 1999 2009 2004 1992 1990 1990 1991 1989 1991 1991 1988 1992 2009 1987 1993

Last Met 1986 1990 1990 1989 2000 2010 2010 1999 2009 2008 1992 1990 1990 1994 1989 2010 2007 1988 2010 2009 2010 2010

Opponent W-L Longwood.............................. 4-3 Mars Hill.............................9-0-1 Martin Methodist.................. 1-0 Maryville (Tenn.).................... 1-0 Massasoit (Mass.).................. 0-1 Miami-Dade North................ 2-1 Milligan.................................. 3-1 Montevallo............................ 0-1 Montgomery (Md.)................ 1-0 Montreat............................. 10-0 Morehead State..................... 0-1 Morehouse............................ 2-1 Mount Olive................... 13-2-2 Newberry............................... 1-0 North Georgia........................ 5-1 North Greenville.................... 5-2 Nova Southeastern................ 0-1 Oxford.................................... 1-0 Palm Beach Atlantic............0-0-1 Pfeiffer........................... 14-6-2 Piedmont............................... 1-0 Piedmont Bible...................... 1-0

First Met 1998 1991 1990 1990 1990 1987 1989 2007 1990 1986 1991 1998 1986 1999 1989 1986 1992 1986 1992 1993 1993 1988

Last Met 2003 2010 1990 1990 1990 1990 1998 2007 1990 2004 1991 2002 2010 1999 2010 1988 1992 1986 1992 2010 1993 1988

Opponent W-L Pikeville.................................. 1-0 Presbyterian.......................... 1-0 Queens (N.C.)...................10-10 Schoolcraft (Mich.)................ 1-0 Spartanburg Methodist......9-1-2 St. Andrews.......................15-2-1 St. Thomas (Fla.).................... 0-1 Tampa.................................... 1-0 Tennessee Wesleyan.............. 0-1 Truet McConnell.................... 3-0 Tusculum............................. 6-9 Tyler (Texas)........................... 1-0 UNC Pembroke...................3-1-1 USC Aiken.............................. 2-2 USC Upstate........................... 0-3 Wingate................................. 1-2 Young Harris.......................... 3-0

First Met 2008 2001 1998 1990 1986 1993 1992 2009 1991 1988 1989 1990 2005 1998 1991 1993 1987

Last Met 2008 2001 2010 1990 1990 2010 1992 2009 1991 1990 2010 1990 2009 2004 2006 2009 1989

* - Montreat formerly known as MontreatAnderson; USC Upstate formerly known as USC Spartanburg.

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Lees-McRae Athletics: Success Elevated

CVAC Tourmament Champions Coach: Adrian Blewitt Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/1 Clayton State L OT 1-2 9/6 Tusculum L 0-1 9/10 Mars Hill W 3-0 9/13 Belmont Abbey* W 1-0 9/16 at Carson-Newman W 4-3 9/20 Erskine* W 2-0 9/24 at Limestone* W 2-0 9/27 Queens* L 1-2 10/1 at Lander L 0-2 10/4 St. Andrews* W 2-1 10/8 Montreat W 3-1 10/11 at Mount Olive* W 2-1 10/18 at Coker* W 4-1 10/22 USC Aiken W 4-0 10/25 at Anderson* L 0-2 10/26 Longwood L 2-3 10/28 at Pfeiffer* W 5-0 11/1 Barton* W 3-2 11/5 Anderson % W 2-0 11/8 vs. Barton ^ W 1-0 11/9 vs. Queens ^ W 1-0 * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

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Mission A Presbyterian-affiliated institution founded in 1900 to serve the educational needs of the Southern Appalachian region, LeesMcRae College continues to provide a quality, values-based education in an ecumenical environment, inspiring and enabling individuals to contribute to a changing society with integrity and civic responsibility. Through a curriculum rooted in a liberal arts core and emphasizing leadership and service, graduates obtain knowledge, skills, and a holistic understanding of themselves and the world.

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College History “Banner’s Elk,” as the village was once called, is said to have been settled around 1850. By the end of the century, the Presbyterian Church was becoming established in the area and in the summer of 1895 Concord Presbytery sent a young student from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia to organize a church at Banner Elk. In 1897, newly ordained, the Reverend Edgar Tufts returned as pastor of the church and remained to serve the community until his death in 1923. In the winter of 1899, concerned with the limited offering of the district school which was supplemented only by summer school work conducted by the church, Mr. Tufts took some of the young people of the neighborhood into his study for further instruction. This small group, called the Class of 1900, marks the beginning of Lees-McRae College. Mr. Tufts saw, however, that this effort was not enough and that there was a need for a boarding school, especially for the girls of the mountain region. A small amount of money was raised at a prayer meeting and the promise of lumber and labor made possible the opening in 1900 of a frame dormitory for fourteen girls and one teacher. One of the summer school teachers was Elizabeth A. McRae, originally of South Carolina, who had been sent to Banner Elk by Fayetteville Presbytery. Knowing the devoted character of her work, Mr. Tufts, named the institute for her. A few years later, after a boys' department had been opened at Plumtree, he added the name of Mrs. McRae’s friend, Mrs. S.P. Lees of Kentucky and New York, who had been a generous benefactor. The schools were chartered by the state in 1907 as the Lees-McRae Institute. In 1927 Lees-McRae became coeducational when the boys unit was moved to Banner Elk after the buildings at Plumtree had been destroyed by fire. Lees-McRae Institute became Lees-McRae College in 1931, gradually eliminating the high school department to form an accredited, coeducational junior college. In 1987 the Board of Trustees of Lees-McRae College voted to seek senior college status. In June of 1990 the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools granted Lees-McRae status as a senior (four-year) college. Over a hundred years after its founding, Lees-McRae College continues in the vision of the Rev. Tufts meeting the educational needs of the Southern Appalachian region and beyond. The college continues to fulfill its motto, in the mountains, of the mountains, and for the mountains while extending its ministry of education and service to diverse populations. Today, Lees-McRae is a small, private, four-year, coeducational liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. with over 900 students from more than 20 states and countries. Lees-McRae offers 22 outcomesbased, learner-focused major programs of study and several minor programs of study, providing a quality, valuesbased education in an ecumenical environment, inspiring and enabling individuals to contribute to a changing society with integrity and civic responsibility. Through a curriculum rooted in a liberal arts core to educate the mind, body and spirit, combined with an emphasis on leadership and service, graduates obtain knowledge, skills, and a holistic understanding of themselves and the world.

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Fred I. Dickerson Complex

C.D. Chesley Indoor Tennis Courts

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Outdoor Tennis Courts

Tate Field

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