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LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY RAILSPLITTER SOCCER 2013

Mario Pinto All-SAC First Team SAC Player of the Year Daktronics Region Player of the Year Daktronics and NSCAA All-American

Callum Home All-SAC Second Team NSCAA All-Region


2013 LMU MEN’S SOCCER 2013 LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY MEN’S SOCCER

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Name Zach Jacobsen Marcel Barwanietz Callum Home Phil Roulier Yuri Passos Alex Cassells Christiano Diniz Leonardo da Silva George Burne Mario Pinto Andre de Souza Alexandre Leão Harry Solomons Nathaniel Johnson Dylan Burnett Jordan Dooley Pedro Villa Gus Rivera Isaac Cummins Keegan Sanders Bryson Lehn Nick Boegemann Johnny Bracewell

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

Ht. 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-7 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-11 5-8 6-2 5-5

Yr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr Fr. Fr. R-So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School Frederick, MD/Frederick High School Berlin, Germany/Carl Friedrich Von Siemens High School East Kilbride, Scotland/Calderglen High Knoxville, TN/Knoxville Catholic High School Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/Universidade Estácio de Sá London, England/Woking College São José dos Campos, Brazil/Colégio Objetivo Itajubá, Brazil/CESEC Padre Mario High School Carlisle, England/Queen Elizabeth Grammar School Uberlandia, Brazil/Centro do Triangulo University Sao Luis, Brazil/Barton County CC Ribeirão Preto, Brazil/COC High School Leicester, England/Beauchamp School London, England/St. Dunstan’s College Atoka, TN/Brighton High School Maryville, TN/William Blount High School New Braunfels, TX/Canyon High School Maryville, TN/Knoxville Catholic High School Knoxville, TN/South Doyle High School Kennesaw, GA/Harrison High School Hendersonville, TN/Goodpasture High School Johnson City, TN/Science Hill High School Johnson City, TN/Science Hill High School

ALPHABETICALLY 1 24 25 9 16 6 20 8 7 17 2 0 14 12 25 5 10 19 3 21 13 18

Marcel Barwanietz Nick Boegemann Johnny Bracewell George Burne Dylan Burnett Alex Cassells Isaac Cummins Leonardo da Dilva Christiano Diniz Jordan Dooley Callum Home Zach Jacobsen Nathaniel Johnson Alexandre Leão Bryson Lehn Yuri Passos Mario Pinto Gus Rivera Phil Roulier Keegan Sanders Harroy Solomons Pedro Villa

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

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Head Coach: Helio D’Anna (Eleventh season) Assistant Coach: Adriano de Moraes (Fith season) Graduate Assistant Coach: Diego Deschamp (First season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Talon Stroud (First season) Athletic Trainer: Donnie Grigsby

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School Information School Name.................................................................................................Lincoln Memorial University Location.................................................................................................................................. Harrogate, Tenn. Founded........................................................................................................................................................ 1897 Enrollment (2012-13)............................................................................................................................. 4,338 Nickname.........................................................................................................................................Railsplitters School Colors............................................................................................................................ Blue and Gray Affiliation................................................................................................................................NCAA Division II Conference.................................................................................................................................South Atlantic President........................................................................................................................ Dr. B. James Dawson Athletic Director...................................................................................................................... Roger Vannoy Faculty Athletics Representative............................................................................. Dr. Jack Mansfield Senior Woman Administrator.......................................................................................... Jenny Michael

Stadium Information Home Field (Opened)........................................................................................ LMU Soccer Field (2008) Capacity............................................................................................................................................................500 Surface.....................................................................................................................Natural grass (Bermuda) Dimensions..........................................................................................................................................120’ X 80’ All-Time Record at the LMU Soccer Field (2008-present)................................................... 23-9-4 All-Time Home Record (1987-present)...............................................................................130-70-12*

Coaching Staff Head Coach.............................................................................................Helio D’Anna (Union (Ky.), 1988) Record at LMU (yrs)...............................................................................................................120-51-16 (10) Career Record........................................................................................................................219-111-25 (18) Office Phone............................................................................................................................... 423.869.6245 Email........................................................................................................................helio.danna@lmunet.edu Assistant Coach........................................................... Adriano de Moraes (Lincoln Memorial, 2008) Office Phone............................................................................................................................... 423.869.6340 Email................................................................................................................adriano.moraes@lmunet.edu Graduate Assistant Coach..........................................Diego Deschamp (Lincoln Memorial, 2013) Athletic Trainer......................................................................................................................Donnie Grigsby

Program History First Year of Men’s Soccer.................................................................................................................................................... 1987 All-Time Overall Record.........................................................................................................................................240-207-29* All-Time TVAC Record..............................................................................................................................................................8-0* TVAC Champions......................................................................................................................................................... 1987, 1988 All-Time GSC Record.........................................................................................................................................................28-32-2 GSC Champions....................................................................................................................................................................... 2005 GSC Regular Season Champions..................................................................................................................................... 2004 GSC Tournament Appearances.................................................................................................................................................5 GSC Tournament Record......................................................................................................................................................2-4-1 All-Time SAC Record.........................................................................................................................................................34-14-2 SAC Champions........................................................................................................................................................................ 2007 SAC Tournament Champions............................................................................................................................................. 2007 SAC Tournament Appearances.................................................................................................................................................6 SAC Tournament Record......................................................................................................................................................2-4-2 Last SAC Tournament Appearance................................................................................................................................. 2011 Result............................................................................................................................................................. lost to Tusculum, 2-0 NCAA Tournament Appearances.............................................................................................................................................2 NCA Tournament Record.....................................................................................................................................................6-2-1 Last NCAA Tournament Appearance............................................................................................................................. 2007 Result................................................................................................lost to Franklin Pierce 1-0 in national championship * Records are incomplete

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GENERAL INFORMATION 2013 Railsplitter Roster/Team Photo...................................................Inside Front Cover Quick Facts/Table of Contents.................................................................................................1 Media Information/Phone Directory.................................................................................2-3 2013 Squad Breakdown.............................................................................................................4 2012 Brazil Trip..............................................................................................................................4 2013 Season Preview..................................................................................................................5 MEET THE COACHES Head Coach Helio D’Anna.........................................................................................................6 Assistant Coach Adriano de Moraes......................................................................................7 Graduate Assistant Diego Deschamp...................................................................................7 Volunteer Assistant Talon Stroud............................................................................................7 MEET THE TEAM 2013 Railsplitter Bios............................................................................................................ 8-16 Callum Home.................................................................................................................................8 Mario Pinto.....................................................................................................................................9 Marcel Barwanietz / Dylan Burnett..................................................................................... 10 Yuri Passos / Gus Rivera........................................................................................................... 11 Phil Roulier / Isaac Cummins................................................................................................. 12 Nathaniel Johnson / Pedro Villa........................................................................................... 13 da Silva / Boegemann / Bracewell / Burne....................................................................... 14 Cassells / Diniz / Dooley / Jacobsen.................................................................................... 15 Leão / Lehn / Sanders / Solomons....................................................................................... 16 2012 YEAR IN REVIEW Game-by-Game Results.......................................................................................................... 17 Final Statistics............................................................................................................................. 18 SAC-Only Statistics.................................................................................................................... 19 The South Atlantic Conference............................................................................................ 20 RAILSPLITTER HISTORY AND RECORDS Railsplitter Honor Roll.............................................................................................................. 21 Railsplitter All-Americans....................................................................................................... 21 Railsplitter Coaches.................................................................................................................. 21 Career Records........................................................................................................................... 22 Single-Season Records............................................................................................................ 23 Single-Game Records.............................................................................................................. 24 All-Time Series Records........................................................................................................... 25 LMU in the NCAA Tournament.......................................................................................26-27 LMU Soccer Complex.........................................................................................................28-29 LMU Soccer Complex Records LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY This Is LMU................................................................................................................................... 30 The Tri-State Area...................................................................................................................... 31 TV / Radio Chart........................................................................................... Inside Back Cover

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MEDIA INFORMATION BILL PORTER Director of Athletic Statistics and Publications / Soccer Contact Bill is in his 13th year in the LMU Athletic Media Relations Department and was named the Director of Athletic Statistics & Publications in January, 2012 when the Sports Information Department was re-structured. He handles all the statistics for each sport and oversees publication of media guides, the website, and other related athletic department projects. An almunus of LMU, he has been the team statistician for basketball since 1992 and all sports since 2000. His efforts in compiling the then-nonexistent year-by-year results for many LMU sports as well as other efforts inspired the creation of the LMU R. Martin Peters Young Alumnus Award, of which Porter was the first recipient. Prior to returning to LMU in 2000, he worked at WATE-TV 6 in Knoxville as a production assistant. A native of Knoxville, Porter earned a bachelor’s degree in communication arts with a broadcasting emphasis in 1994.

SCOTT ERLAND Director of Athletic Communications Scott was named the Director of Athletic Communications in January of 2012. Erland was a four-year standout on the LMU baseball team, compiling an 11-3 career record with a 4.45 ERA and 75 strikeouts, primarily as a mid-week pitcher. He also walked on to the basketball team for two seasons where he shot 41.1 percent from three point range and 78.6 from the free throw line and was a key reserve. A native of Pegram, Tennessee, Erland graduated with a degree in English from LMU in 2011

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT NUMBERS

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(Overnight Mail Address) Tex Turner Arena 6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 Office Phone: 423.869.6376 Cell: 865.300.6701 Fax 423.869.6382 Email: bill.porter@lmunet.edu or scott.erland@lmunet.edu

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MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME This guide is designed to assist the media with their coverage of Lincoln Memorial University soccer. It is published primarily as a source of information for reporters representing newspapers, television and radio stations, wire services and magazines. If you need information that you cannot find in this guide, please contact the Athletic Media Relations Office at (423) 869-6376. We are always ready to serve you. MEDIA CREDENTIALS / PARKING Requests for working media credentials should be directed to Bill Porter with the LMU Athletic Media Relations Department. Credentials can be acquired at the soccer field press area located at the top of the seating complex. Parking will be available adjacent to the Tex Turner Arena. Park close to the field at your own risk. PHOTOGRAPHER CREDENTIALS While photography is generall allowed by anyone at the field, credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers or those individuals on special assignment. Please check with Bill Porter or Scott Erland in the press area for instructions on allowed areas of access. No photographers are allowed inside the fence or in the dugout at any time during the game without credentials. STATISTICAL SERVICES Statistics are provided using the Automated Scorebook (STAT CREW) program. Monitors can be placed in the press box to provide immediate access to statistics. Hard copies of final stats will be provided following each contest. Other items, such as statistics, are available in the game programs with more detailed statistics being available upon request from accredited parties. Game-by-game statistics will be e-mailed back to the sports information office of visiting teams at the conclusion of the day, if requested. If no sports information representative is traveling with the opposing team, arrangements should be made in advance for additional services to be provided in their absence.

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Fax 865.523.5904 276.669.6396 626.6868 606.528.9850 606.573.0042 392.1385 865.342.6402 566.7060 606.248.7614 581.8863 615.259.8826 606.337.2360 N/A 276.546.5468 703.276.3721 865.523.3561 865.522.7341 276.645.1554 926.9080 423.869.6435 865.584.1978 606.439.3760

COVERING PRACTICE Members of the working media are invited to attend all practices of the LMU soccer team, which are held at main soccer field or the practice field adjacent to the Harrogate City Park. Some practices are held in the Turner Arena due to weather. For scheduled times please contact Bill Porter in the Media Relations office. Members of the working media interested in interviews with Coach Helio D’Anna, Coach Adriano de Moraes and/or any LMU soccer player must make an arrangement 24 hours prior to a requested time through Bill Porter. Post-game interviews of requested players and the coaches will be arranged immediately after a 10-minute cooling-off period through the LMU Soccer SID. SOUTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE Eric Wieberg, the South Atlantic Conference SID, will handle all information requests related to softball at the South Atlantic Conference. The SAC address is 226 North Park Drive, Gateway Plaza Suite 130, Rock Hill, SC 29730. The SAC telephone number is 803.981-5240, the fax number is 803.981.9444, and the Web site address is www.thesac.com. LMU ATHLETICS TWITTER/FACEBOOK Updated information on all LMU athletic teams can be obtained 24 hours a day by accessing the official LMU Athletics Twitter page at www. twitter.com/LMURailsplitter or the Facebook page at www.facebook. com/LMURailsplitters. The pages will be updated regularly with results, facts and schedules.

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT/UNIVERSITY (Area Code 423)

Outlet Phone Soccer Office (D’Anna)........................................................................869.6245 Soccer Office (de Moraes).................................................................869.6340 Athletic Department Office..............................................................869.6285 Athletic Director (Roger Vannoy)...................................................869.6241 Athletic Department Fax...................................................................869.6382 Compliance (Mike Smith)..................................................................869.6239 Faculty Athletics Rep. (Jack Mansfield)........................................869.6322 Senior Woman Administrator (Jenny Michael).........................869.6246 Sports Information Department (Bill Porter).............................869.6376 Sports Information Cell Phone (Porter)............................... 865.300.6701 Sports Information Department (Scott Erland)........................869.6236 Sports Information Cell Phone (Peace)............................... 615.305.1610 Athletic Training (Don Grigsby)......................................................869.6378 Athletic Training (Whitney Bailey).................................................869.6826 University Information.......................................................................869.3611 University Information (Toll-Free)......................................... 800.325.0900 University Admissions........................................................................869.6280 University Registrar.............................................................................869.6313 University Financial Aid.....................................................................869.6336 University Bookstore...........................................................................869.6306

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MEDIA (Area Code 423 unless noted) Outlet Phone Associated Press 865.522.3963 Bristol Herald-Courier 276.645.2516 Claiborne Progress 626.3222 Corbin Times-Tribune 606.528.2464 Harlan Daily Enterprise 606.573.4510 Kingsport Times-News 392.1323 Knoxville News-Sentinel 865.342.6259 LaFollette Press 562.8468 Middlesboro Daily News 606.248.1010 Morristown Citizen-Tribune 581.5630 Nashville Tennessean. 615.259.8010 Pineville Sun 606.337.2333 Pinnacle Sports View 606.246.0230 Powell Valley News 276.546.1210 USA Today 703.276.3735 WATE-TV 6 (ABC)/WBXX-TV 20 (CW) 865.637.6397 865.637.1272 WBIR-TV 10 (NBC)/WTNZ-TV 43 (FOX) WCYB-TV 5 (NBC) 276.645.1521 WJHL-TV 11 (CBS) 434.4544 WLMU FM/ WCXZ AM 423.869.6331 WVLT-TV 8 (CBS) 865.450.8880 WYMT-TV 57 (CBS) 606.436.5757

RADIO BROADCASTS The LMU soccer field is equipped with wireless internet access and future plans include dedicated internet lines. If necessary, phone lines are available with a long run from the Schenck Center. In order to access these lines, teams interested in doing a radio broadcast of a particular game need to inform the LMU Athletic Media Relations office in writing at their earliest convenience and no later than five days prior to the contest.

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2013 SQUAD BREAKDOWN RAILSPLITTERS BY CLASS

RAILSPLITTERS BY POSITION

Seniors (2): Home, Pinto Juniors (5): Barwanietz, Burnett, Passos, Rivera, Roulier Redshirt Sophomores (1): da Silva Sophomores (3): Cummins, Johnson, Villa Freshman (11): Boegemann, Bracewell, Burne, Cassells, Diniz, Dooley, Jacobsen, Leão, Lehn, Sanders, Solomons

Goalkeepers (2): Barwanietz, Jacobsen Defenders (2): Dooley, Home Defenders/Midfielders (3): Burnett, Cassells, Johnson Defenders/Forwards (1): Solomons Midfielders/Defenders (4): Cummins, Diniz, Rivera, Roulier Midfielders (4): Boegemann, Lehn, Passos, Sanders Midfielders/Forwards (3): Leão, Pinto, Villa Forwards (3): Bracewell, Burne, da Silva

RAILSPLITTERS BY HEIGHT 6-2 (2): 6-1 (3): 6-0 (5): 5-11 (4): 5-10 (1): 5-9 (3): 5-8 (3): 5-5 (1):

Boegemann, Burne Barwanietz, Jacobsen, Roulier Burnett, Cummins, Home, Johnson, Leão Cassells, Dooley, Pinto, Sanders da Silva Diniz, Passos, Villa Lehn, Rivera, Solomons Bracewell

RAILSPLITTERS BY STATE / COUNTRY Georgia (1): Kennesaw (Sanders) Maryland (1): Jacobsen Tennessee (8): Atoka (Burnett), Hendersonville (Lehn), Johnson City (Boegemann, Bracewell), Knoxville (Cummins, Roulier), Maryville (Dooley, Rivera) Texas (1): New Braunfels (Villa) Brazil (5): Itajubá (da Silva), Ribeirão Preto (Leão), Rio de Janeiro (Passos), São José dos Campos (Diniz), Uberlandia (Pinto) England (4): Carlisle (Burne), Leicester (Solomons), London (Cassells, Johnson) Germany (1): Berlin (Barwanietz) Scotland (1): East Kilbride (Home)

BRAZIL TRIP 2012 Coach Helio D’Anna uses the Brazil trip as pre-season for his teams (once every four years as allowed by the NCAA). During the trip, the LMU soccer teams have the opportunity to train at various sites with various clubs. They also have opportunities to observe professional practices and to interact with professional players and coaches. One of the highlights of these trips is the opportunity to scrimmage various youth amateur teams affiliated with the academy sustems of the professional clubs in Brazil. Without a doubt, these are extremely challenging matches that prepare the LMU teams for the tough season ahead.

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Of course during the trip the players have also opportunities to do sightseeing, shopping, and activities to experience the local culture (including the world famous Brazilian cuisine). As importantly, the trip provides a great team bounding opportunity creating the right team chemistry that is so important in athletics.

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2013 SEASON PREVIEW After a near-banner year in 2012, the Lincoln Memorial University men’s soccer team strides into the 2013 campaign with an arsenal of star power and a bevy of fresh faces, all of which the Railsplitters hope translates into a long postseason run. In 2012, the senior-laden Railsplitters churned out the fourth-best season in school history, compiling a 13-4-1 overall mark with a 6-3 record in South Atlantic Conference play, earning the No.3 seed for the Food Lion SAC Championship. Following victories over Catawba and Carson-Newman in the first two rounds of play, LMU notched a spot in the title game, where they were poised to face Anderson. Despite playing to a scoreless stalemate through the first 86 minutes of action, the Trojans stunned the Railsplitters with a goal in the 87th minute to bring LMU’s season to a screeching halt. The Railsplitters’ roster took a major hit following the 2012 campaign with the departure of 15 letter winners from that squad. Most significantly, the offense will no longer feature the likes of Diego Deschamp, Chris Nash and Leonardo Germniani, a trio of seniors who combined to tally 15 goals and 12 assists last season. Even with those key losses in the attacking third, the Railsplitters’ offense is in good hands, as forward Mario Pinto (Uberlandia, Brazil) is poised to return for his senior season at Lincoln Memorial. Pinto was named to the Preseason All-SAC First Team on the merits of his 2012 campaign, which by all accounts was one of the most prolific in the history of the LMU men’s soccer program. Pinto was named SAC Player of the Year, Daktronics Southeast Region Player of the Year and Daktronics All-America First Team after finishing second in the nation in goals per game (1.17) and third in total goals (21). In 2012, Pinto flashed onto the national scene, fronting the Railsplitters’ potent offense which ranked first in the South Atlantic Conference in goals (45), goals per game (2.5) and shot percentage (.126). In 2013, Pinto looks to provide an encore performance with the help of some familiar faces as well as some new blood on the offensive side. Among the returners to the Railsplitters’ attack, junior Yuri Passos (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is set to key the offense as the head of the midfield this upcoming season. Passos started all 18 games for LMU last year, tallying one goal and two assists in 1,456 minutes played. The Railsplitters will also look to sophomore Pedro Villa (New Braunfels, TX) for further production in the attacking third. Villa, a 5’9” forward, notched two goals and an assist in only 290 minutes of action last season. Those three signature returners on the offensive unit will be surrounded by a myriad of newcomers to the Railsplitters. Leonardo da Silva (Itajuba, Brazil), George Burne (Carlisle, England), Andre de Souza (Sao Luis, Brazil) Alexzandre Leao (Ribeirao Preto, Brazil) and Johnny Bracewell (Johnson City, TN) are expected to vie for playing time at the forward spot. The midfield, meanwhile, will be bolstered by the additions of Christiano Diniz (Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil), Keegan Sanders (Kennesaw, GA), Bryson Lehn (Hendersonville, TN) and Nick Boegemann (Johnson City, TN). While question marks still linger on the offensive side of the field, the Railsplitters will carry a formidable defense into the 2013 campaign. Last season, LMU finished atop the South Atlantic Conference ranks in total defense, as they allowed the fewest goals (15) and second-lowest goals against average (0.82). And that defensive third returns two full-time starters and two significant contributors in 2013. The defensive torch will be carried by senior Callum Home (East Kilbride, Scotland), who effectively grabbed the reins as the unquestioned leader of that group last season. Home was named to the Preseason All-SAC First Team on the wings of his Second Team performance in 2012. During that season, Home bore the brunt of the defensive responsibility, leading the Railsplitters in minutes played with 1,569. Over that span, Home tallied one goal and one assist despite playing a limited offensive role. After 13 starts and 1,141 minutes played in 2012, sophomore Nathaniel Johnson (London, England) is set to return to the field for the Railsplitters. Clocking in at 6’0” and just shy of 200 pounds, Johnson provides a physically imposing force in the defensive third. Johnson added a single assist to his stat ledger in 2012. The Railsplitters’ defense is also expected to benefit from the return of a pair of juniors, Phil Roulier (Knoxville, TN) and Gus Rivera (Maryville, TN). Roulier is the tallest player on the Railsplitters’ defense, coming in at 6’1”. He made 15 appearances and five starts total last season. Rivera, meanwhile, started 11 games and compiled 709 minutes played in 2012. After a stellar debut with the Railsplitters in 2012, junior Marcel Barwanietz (Berlin, Germany) is slated to back that defensive group once again in front of the net. Barwanietz, a Preseason All-SAC Second Team selection, compiled a 12-4-1 record in 16 starts. Barwanietz’s season stat ledger was capped with a 0.80 goals against average, 53 saves, six shutouts and a .803 save percentage. His 0.80 goals against average ranks as the best single-season mark in the history of the LMU men’s soccer program. Along with the bevy of returners to the defensive third, newcomers Harry Solomons (Leicester, England), Jordan Dooley (Maryville, TN) and Alex Cassells (London, England) are tossing their name into the competition for playing time in 2013.

The Railsplitters kickoff the season with a streak of four-straight matches on the road, beginning on September 5 with a neutral-site contest against Eckerd in Montevallo, Alabama. The South Atlantic Conference schedule begins on September 14 with a trek to Hartsville, South Carolina to take on Coker, while the home slate opens on September 18 against Montevallo.

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With a group comprised of proven veterans and talented youth, the Railsplitters head into the 2013 campaign looking to put a seal on some unfinished business from last season.

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COACHING STAFF

Helio D’Anna

HEAD COACH, ELEVENTH SEASON Coach Helio D’Anna, or Coach “L” (as he is known throughout the soccer world), begins his eleventh season as head men’s and women’s soccer coach. Under his leadership, the men have accumulated four conference titles and two trips to the NCAA national tournament. The women have also won four conference titles and made three trips to the NCAA national tournament. In 2007, the LMU men’s soccer program won the South Atlantic Conference regular season and tournament titles, and won for the second time in the row the Appalachian Region title, on the way to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Division II Final Four. The 2007 season run at the national title ended in the championship match where LMU lost 1-0 with less than two minutes on the clock. The Railsplitters also have clinched conference titles in 2004 and 2005. The LMU women’s soccer team won the South Atlantic Conference regular season and tournament titles in 2007 and advanced to the quarterfinal round match of the NCAA Southeast Regional Tournament. In 2004 and 2005, they also advanced to nationals, including a deep trip to quarter finals of the national tournament. The women also won conference titles in 2004 and 2005. D’Anna was named the 2004 NCAA South Region Coach of the Year with the women and the 2007 Appalachian Region Coach of the Year with the men. A product of São Paulo, Brazil, D’Anna served as head men’s soccer coach for nearby Union College before coming to the Lincoln Memorial University program. D’Anna guided Union to four Mid-South Conference Championships and was named Mid- South Conference Coach of the Year each of those seasons. Coach D’Anna’s 1999 and HELIO D’ANNA 2001 teams earned trips to the NAIA Region XI Championship match, and the LMU YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2001 team finished the season ranked No. 3 in the country. D’Anna majored in physical education at UniCamp-Brazil, and has a masters degree in physical education from Union College, KY. He coached and played at different soccer clubs in Brazil as well as the American High School of Campinas. He now possesses an overall winning record of 321-177-38 in his collegiate career as a head coach (219-111-25 with the men and 102-66-13 with the women). In percentage of wins, D’Anna is the 22nd winningest active coach in the NCAA II with the men and 31st with the women. He also ranks 26th in the nation in number of victories with the men.

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He and his wife Debbie reside in Morristown, TN.

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Coach D’Anna earned his 300th victory as a head coach on Oct. 27, 2011 when the LMU women won 2-1 at Mars Hill.

WOMEN Year W L T Pct. 2003 7 11 0 .389 2004 12 5 2 .684 2005 16 3 1 .825 2006 9 6 1 .594 2007 15 5 1 .738 2008 11 6 1 .639 2009 7 8 3 .472 2010 10 7 0 .588 2011 8 8 2 .500 2012 7 7 2 .500 Total 102 66 13 .605 MEN Year W L T Pct. 2003 6 10 2 .389 2004 12 3 1 .781 2005 15 3 1 .816 2006 15 2 3 .825 2007 20 4 1 .820 2008 11 7 2 .600 2009 10 5 1 .656 2010 10 6 1 .618 2011 8 7 3 .528 2012 13 4 1 .750 Total 120 51 16 .684

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Adriano de Moraes ASSISTANT COACH, FOURTH SEASON

Now entering his fourth year as the Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) soccer program’s full-time assistant coach, Adriano de Moraes is involved in all phases of the programs. During this time he has been able to bring to the table a great deal of soccer knowledge, quality leadership and a work ethic that was second to none. Before coming to LMU as a student-athlete in 2006, Adriano had the opportunity to play soccer at a high level by playing and training with outstanding players and coaches in several clubs in Brazil, including São José Esporte Clube, Associação Atlética Matonense and Associação Atlética Internacional de Limeira. He also, worked as a High School Physical Educator Teacher in Brazil and as Youth Program Director at YMCA in São José dos Campos - Brazil. Although Adriano only played one season for the Railsplitters, his contributions as a player and as a coach are evident in most of LMU soccer programs major achievements, such as: 2012 Men’s SAC Tournament Final, 2007/08 Men’s Appalachian Region titles, 2007/08 Women’s and Men’s SAC Tournament Titles, 2007/08 Men’s NCAA National Finalist (Final Four) and 2006/07 Men’s NCAA Nationals Semifinalist (Final Four). Adriano possess a Master’s degree in Education – School Counseling from Lincoln Memorial University, which has helped provide him with numerous skills to effectively manage students-athletes’ challenges during their college years. Additionally, the Bachelor’s degree in Physical Educational from University of Vale do Paraiba (Brazil) that he earned has allowed him to use the accurate knowledge when working with athletes in order to reach their best fitness performance. In addition to his regular duties at LMU he is also the men’s soccer head coach at LMU’s J. Frank White Academy and has been working with youth soccer leagues surround the community in order to promote the sport, help children’s development and increase LMU Soccer programs relationship with the community. Adriano, his wife Maria Clara and their four year old daughter Larissa live in Harrogate.

Diego Deschamp GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH After a successful career as a Railsplitter Diego will now serve as the graduate assistant coach for the men’s soccer team. In 2012, Deschamp had 8 goals and 4 assists and was honored as Second Team All-South Atlantic Conference. Prior to coming to LMU, Deschamp played one year at Wentworth Military Academy where he grabbed Second Team All-Region honors after compiling nine goals and three assists. A native of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Diego will be studying business.

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Talon joins the staff this season. He played at a high level at Furman University where he received the school’s Outstanding Athletic Leader Award in 2011. After graduating in the 2011, he begin serving as assistant boys varsity soccer coach at Wade Hampton High School in Greenville, South Carolina. In 2012, he moved across town to become the head boys varsity soccer coach at J.L. Mann High School, SC. His stint there was impressive as his team achieved a 23-2-1 record (12-0 in conference)en routw to a SCHSL 4A state championship and a #6 ranking in the ESPN Powerade national rankings. At LMU Talon will serve in several capacities including on the field coaching and in the strength training with the Railsplitters.

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2 Callum Home Defender | 6-0 | Senior East Kilbride, Scotland | Calderglen HS 2012 NSCAA All-Southeast Region Third Team 2011 All-SAC First Team 2012 All-SAC Second Team

2012 Named Second Team All-SAC and All-Southeast Region Third Team by the NSCAA.... Considered one of the top defenders in the SAC.... Had his lone goal of the season off a penalty kick vs. Anderson.... That goal was also the game-winning goal, the second of his career.... Also had an assist vs. Brevard. 2011 Named to All-SAC First Team..... Had the first game-winning goal of his career at Brevard.... Also scored at Belmont Abbey (off a penalty kick), Newberry and Carson-Newman.... Had an assist at Tusculum. 2010 Scored his first career goal at Milligan. PRIOR TO/OUTSIDE OF LMU: Played for East Kilbride Thistle FC.... During the past few summers he has played in the PDL, including a stint with the Toronto Lynx PDL team.... Compiled numerous honors at Calderglen High School. D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS: “Callum is one of the best defenders in our league and region and is poised to finish his career on a high note. His toughness, leadership, and skills are top notch. He is also very accurate with his long passes and free kicks.”

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, 5 times Goals: 1, 5 times Assists: 1, Brevard -- Oct 13, 2012 ; Tusculum -- Oct 18, 2011 ; at Milligan -- Sep 10, 2010 Shots: 3, 5 times

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CAREER STATISTICS

OFFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G 17 16 0 17 17 4 18 18 1 52 51 5

A 1 1 1 3

Pts 1 9 3 13

Shots 10 15 12 37

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .267 1 1-1 .083 1 1-2 .135 2 2-3

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10 Mario Pinto Midfielder/Forward | 5-11 | Senior Uberlândia, Brazil | Centro do Triangulo University 2012 SAC Player of the Year 2012 Daktronics First Team All-America 2012 NSCAA Second Team All-America 2012 Daktronics Southeast Region Player of the Year 2012 Daktronics All-Southeast Region First Team 2011, 2012 NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team 2011, 2012 All-SAC First Team 2011 SAC Freshman of the Year 2012 Named SAC Player of the Year, All-SAC Team, NSCAA and Daktronics All-Region and All-American.... Led the team in goals and points and tied for the lead in assists.... Statistically had the sixth-best season ever by a LMU player in goals and points.... Had a LMU-record 4 hat tricks in a season.... Led the SAC in goals (by 10) and points (by 20).... Ranked second nationally in goals and points per game and third in total goals and total points. 2011 Was named SAC Freshman of the Year, All-SAC First Team and First Team NSCAA All-Region.... Led team in goals, assists and points... Ranked second in the SAC in the same categories.... Ranked in top 30 nationally in several categories.... Had two hat-tricks. D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS: “Mario is one of the top forwards in the nation. Despite always having the bull’s eye on him, he still manages to turn goals. He is poised to break many records this year and deserves to finish his career with a bang.”

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 7, 4 times Goals: 3, 6 times Assists: 2, Carson-Newman -- Nov 01, 2011 Shots: 8, at Belmont Abbey -- Sep 14, 2011 ; Lenoir-Rhyne -- Sep 22, 2012

OFFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts 18 18 13 5 31 18 18 21 5 47 36 36 34 10 78

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Shots 71 89 160

Shot% GW PK-Att .183 3 0-0 .236 7 0-0 .213 10 0-0

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1 Marcel Barwanietz Goalkeeper | 6-1 | Junior Berlin, Germany | Carl Friedrich von Siemens HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Marcel had a great first year at LMU and should be able to build on it. He is solid all-around and is a steady presence.”

CAREER STATISTICS

DEFENSE 2012 TOTAL

GP GS Minutes GA GaAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho 17 16 1454:40 13 0.80 53 .803 12 4 1 6 17 16 1454:40 13 0.80 53 .803 12 4 1 6

16 Dylan Burnett Defender/Midfielder | 6-0 | Junior Atoka, Tennessee | Brighton HS

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D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Dylan is an excellent athlete, strong and fast. As his touch gets better so will his impact on the game. He can do a good job as a flank player.

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OFFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts 7 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0

Shots 2 1 3

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

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5 Yuri Passos Midfielder | 5-9 | Junior Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Universidade Estácio de Sá D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Yuri is strong, smart, and talented. He does the dirty work and clean up job in the middle but can also score if need be.”

CAREER STATISTICS

OFFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G 17 17 2 18 18 1 35 35 3

A 0 2 2

Pts 4 4 8

Shots 27 32 59

Shot% GW PK-Att .074 1 0-0 .031 0 0-0 .051 1 0-0

19 Gus Rivera Midfielder/Defender | 5-8 | Junior Maryville, Tennessee | Catholic HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Gus was a steady contributor this past year and should continue to do so. As he improves the little things he should be able to take his game to a new level.”

OFFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G 12 5 0 14 11 0 26 16 0

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A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots 4 2 6

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

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3 Phil Roulier Midfielder/Defender | 6-1 | Junior Knoxville, Tennessee | Catholic HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Phil has had steady improvement and is ready to produce when called upon. He is strong and smart and can defend and possess.”

CAREER STATISTICS

OFFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts 3 0 0 0 0 15 5 0 0 0 18 5 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

20 Isaac Cummins Midfielder/Defender | 5-7 | Sophomore Knoxville, Tennessee | South-Doyle HS

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D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Isaac is a hard working dependable player and willing to take his role with a great attitude. He should continue to make great improvements.”

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OFFENSE 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0

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14 Nathaniel Johnson Defender/Midfielder | 6-0 | Sophomore London, england | St. Dunstan’s College D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Nate is strong and a great defender. He can defend in the air as well as on the ground. He had a great freshman year and should be able to build on it.”

CAREER STATISTICS

OFFENSE 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 15 13 0 1 1 4 .000 0 0-0 15 13 0 1 1 4 .000 0 0-0

18 Pedro Villa Midfielder/Forward | 5-9 | Sophomore New Braunfels, Texas | Canyon HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Pedro had a strong freshman year, specially this past spring. His speed and ability to finish should take him places. He has his team mates and coaches’ confidence.”

OFFENSE 2012 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 17 0 2 1 5 9 .222 0 0-0 17 0 2 1 5 9 .222 0 0-0

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8 Leonardo da Silva Forward | 5-10 | Redshirt Sophomore Itajubá, Brazil | CESEC Padre Mario HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Leo was solely missed this past year due to having to red shirt. But he made his mark in practice and impressed all of us. He will be a tremendous addition to the team.”

24 Nick Boegemann Midfielder | 6-2 | Freshman Johnson City, Tennessee | Science Hill HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Nick is smooth and has a lot of potential. He can contribute immediately for us if he adjusts to the physicality of Division II soccer.”

25 Johnny Bracewell Forward | 5-5 | Freshman Johnson City, Tennessee | Science Hill HS

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D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Johnny is surprisingly strong for his size and has good quickness. He will show up to work every day with great attitude.”

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9 George Burne Forward | 6-2 | Freshman Carlisle, England | Queen Elizabeth Grammar School D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “George is a tremendous target forward although he can play wide as well. He will fit right in with our offensive style and should be an immediate impact.” www.Railsplitters.com


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6 Alex Cassells Defender/Midfielder | 5-11 | Freshman London, England | Woking College D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Alex is Athletic, versatile, and hard working. He should pitch in in a number of positions for us.”

7 Christiano Diniz Midfielder/Defender | 5-9 | Freshman São José dos Campos, Brazil | Colêgio Objetivo D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Cristiano is a welcome addition and will play a number of positions. He can defend and attack, and has skills and work ethic.”

17 Jordan Dooley Defender | 5-11 | Freshman Maryville, Tennessee | William Blount HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Jordan will adjust well in adjusting to college given his work ethic. He also has a great attitude and will take the daily challenges to get better.”

Goalkeeper | 6-1 | Freshman Frederick, Maryland | Frederick HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Zach has great fundamentals and is a solid keeper. He is dependable and will get the job done.” www.Railsplitters.com

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12 Alexandre Leão Midfielder/Forward | 6-0 | Freshman Ribeirão Preto, Brazil | COC HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Alexandre has all the tools to maintain our tradition of great midfielders. He is also strong and packs a punch defensively. On top of it he can also score goals.”

23 Bryson Lehn Midfielder | 5-8 | Freshman Hendersonville, Tennessee | Goodpasture HS D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Bryson is technical and smart and has a very good left foot. He should adjust well and maintain possession in our level.”

21 Keegan Sanders Midfielder | 5-11 | Freshman Kennesaw, Georgia | Harrison HS

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D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Keegan has great attitude and is eager to start his college career. He has good fundamentals and will improve daily.”

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13 Harry Solomons Defender/Forward | 5-8 | Freshman Leicester, England | Beauchamp School D’ANNA’S COMMMENTS “Harry brings a new dimension to our left flank. He is creative and smart and will rack up assists as well as some goals as needed.” www.Railsplitters.com


2012 LMU Soccer Lincoln Memorial Game Results (as of Oct 02, 2013) All games

2012 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Date

Opponent

Score

Overall

Conf

Att. Goals scored

Sep 01

ALABAMA‐HUNTSVILLE

W

2‐1

1‐0‐0

0‐0‐0

210 Chris Nash (Tony Garibaldi)

Sep 08

at Montevallo

W

1‐0

2‐0‐0

0‐0‐0

218 Mario Pinto (unassisted)

Sep 12

at King College

W

5‐0

3‐0‐0

0‐0‐0

100 Diego Deschamp (Mario Pinto)

Diego Deschamp (unassisted)

Mario Pinto (Diego Deschamp) Mario Pinto (Leonardo Germniani) Mario Pinto (unassisted) Wes Williams (unassisted) Sep 14

at Mars Hill

 L

1‐2

3‐1‐0

0‐1‐0

*

Sep 19

at Carson‐Newman

 L

1‐2

3‐2‐0

0‐2‐0

785 Chris Nash (unassisted)

*

Sep 22

LENOIR‐RHYNE

WOT

2‐1

4‐2‐0

1‐2‐0

125 Chris Nash (Mackenzie Wilde)

Sep 26

BETHEL

 T O 2

1‐1

4‐2‐1

1‐2‐0

175 Diego Deschamp (Nathaniel Johnson)

Sep 29

ANDERSON

W

7‐1

5‐2‐1

2‐2‐0

150 Diego Deschamp (Leonardo Germniani;Chris Nash)

*

165 Diego Deschamp (Fabio Fukumoto)

Mario Pinto (unassisted) *

Callum Home (penalty kick) Mario Pinto (Tony Garibaldi) Mario Pinto (unassisted) Chris Nash (unassisted) Pedro Villa (unassisted) Pedro Villa (unassisted) Oct 03

at Trevecca Nazarene

W

4‐0

6‐2‐1

2‐2‐0

227 Mackenzie Wilde (Yuri Passos) Mario Pinto (unassisted) Calum Calder (Leonardo Germniani) Chris Nash (Pedro Villa)

*

Oct 06

at #15 Wingate

 L

2‐3

6‐3‐1

2‐3‐0

205 Mario Pinto (Yuri Passos)

*

Oct 10

TUSCULUM

W

5‐0

7‐3‐1

3‐3‐0

180 Mario Pinto (Diego Deschamp)

Calum Calder (unassisted) Yuri Passos (unassisted) Mario Pinto (Fabio Fukumoto) Mackenzie Wilde (unassisted) Mario Pinto (unassisted) *

Oct 13

BREVARD

W

5‐1

8‐3‐1

4‐3‐0

270 Diego Deschamp (Mario Pinto) Mario Pinto (Callum Home) Mario Pinto (Chris Nash) Mario Pinto (Diego Deschamp) Diego Deschamp (unassisted)

*

Oct 20

at Catawba

W

2‐0

9‐3‐1

5‐3‐0

202 Mario Pinto (Diego Deschamp)

Oct 23

at Queens (N.C.)

W

4‐2

10‐3‐1

5‐3‐0

225 Chris Nash (Mario Pinto)

Mario Pinto (Leonardo Germniani) Mario Pinto (Leonardo Germniani) Mario Pinto (unassisted) Mario Pinto (unassisted) *

Oct 27

at Newberry

W

1‐0

11‐3‐1

6‐3‐0

150 Leonardo Germniani (Chris Nash;Mario Pinto)

Oct 31

CATAWBA

W

1‐0

12‐3‐1

6‐3‐0

100 Mario Pinto (Erik Bidinger)

#

Nov 02

vs Carson‐Newman

WOT

1‐0

13‐3‐1

6‐3‐0

250 Diego Deschamp (Mario Pinto)

#

Nov 04

vs Anderson

 L

0‐1

13‐4‐1

6‐3‐0

200 ‐

W‐L‐T

Attendance

Dates

Total

Avg.

Overall:

13‐4‐1

Total:

18

3937

219

Conference:

6‐3

Home:

7

1210

173

Home:

6‐0‐1

Away:

9

2277

253

Away:

6‐3

Neutral:

2

450

225

Neutral:

1‐1

Overtime:

2‐0‐1

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2012 LMU Soccer Lincoln Memorial Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 02, 2013) All games

2012 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

Overall: 13‐4‐1  Conf: 6‐3‐0  Home: 6‐0‐1  Away: 6‐3‐0  Neut: 1‐1‐0 ## 10 25 11 17 18 9 21 5 2 22 12 24 13 14 19 7 23 20 16 4 6 3 1 0 00

Player

gp‐gs

min

g

a

pts

sh

sh%

sog

sog%

yc

rc

gwg

pk‐att

fg

Mario Pinto Diego Deschamp Chris Nash Leonardo Germniani Pedro Villa Mackenzie Wilde Calum Calder Yuri Passos Callum Home Wes Williams Fabio Fukumoto Tony Garibaldi Erik Bidinger Nathaniel Johnson Gus Rivera Alex Monk Yago Salton Isaac Cummins Dylan Burnett Chris Criss Kyle Norris Phil Roulier Marcel Barwanietz Brady Seehorn Ryan Beckner Total Opponents

18‐18 17‐17 18‐17 17‐17 17‐0 12‐1 16‐11 18‐18 18‐18 8‐0 18‐17 18‐3 18‐14 15‐13 14‐11 10‐0 5‐0 4‐0 5‐0 6‐0 1‐0 15‐5 17‐17 4‐1 2‐0 18 18

1529 1258 1396 1371 290 357 1017 1456 1569 115 1355 545 1158 1141 709 328 84 29 113 111 0 634 1457 154 41 ‐ ‐

21 8 6 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 15

5 4 3 5 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 7

47 20 15 7 5 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 118 37

89 64 39 31 9 9 8 32 12 3 23 21 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 357 206

 . 2 3 6  . 1 2 5  . 1 5 4  . 0 3 2  . 2 2 2  . 2 2 2  . 2 5 0  . 0 3 1  . 0 8 3  . 3 3 3  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 1 2 6  . 0 7 3

51 25 18 11 5 5 4 8 4 1 9 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 152 78

 . 5 7 3  . 3 9 1  . 4 6 2  . 3 5 5  . 5 5 6  . 5 5 6  . 5 0 0  . 2 5 0  . 3 3 3  . 3 3 3  . 3 9 1  . 3 8 1  . 0 0 0  . 2 5 0  . 5 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0

4 2 2 4 0 1 1 0 4 1 0 2 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 30 31

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

7 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 4

0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 1‐2 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 1‐2 1‐2

5 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 6

## 0 1 00 TM

Goalie

gp‐gs

Brady Seehorn Marcel Barwanietz Ryan Beckner TEAM Total Opponents

4‐1 17‐16 2‐0 ‐ 18 18

Goal Average min ga

153:30 1454:40 41:27 0:00 1649:37 1649:37

1 13 1 0 15 45

gaavg

0.59 0.80 2.17 0.00 0.82 2.46

Saves saves

5 53 4 1 63 107

1.000

 . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 4 2 6  . 3 7 9

pct

w

 . 8 3 3  . 8 0 3  . 8 0 0 1.000  . 8 0 8  . 7 0 4

1 12 0 0 13 4

Record l

0 4 0 0 4 13

ot hat gtg

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

4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

t

sho/cbo

Shots faced

0 1 0 0 1 1

0/0 6/0 0/0 2/0 8 1

12 183 9 0 204 352

0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2

cnr

32 11 1 2 0 4 0 21 0 1 12 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 ‐ ‐

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents Shots by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

2nd

OT

OT2

19 6

24 9

2 0

0 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

166 186 88 111

5 5

0 2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

26 47

35 58

1 2

1 0

Total 45 15

Corners by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

Total 357 206

Fouls by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

Total 63 107

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

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

47 39

44 33

0 1

1 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

100 115 132 135

7 4

0 1 LMU 1210 7/173 2/225

Total 92 73 Total 222 272 Opponent 2277 9/253

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2012 LMU Soccer Lincoln Memorial Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 02, 2013) Conference games

2012 FINAL STATISTICS - CONFERENCE ONLY

Overall: 6‐3‐0  Conf: 6‐3‐0  Home: 4‐0‐0  Away: 2‐3‐0  Neut: 0‐0‐0 ## 10 25 11 18 17 5 9 2 21 12 24 22 14 7 23 20 16 13 4 19 3 1 00 0

Player

## 0 1 00 TM

Goalie

gp‐gs

min

g

a

pts

sh

sh%

sog

sog%

yc

rc

gwg

9‐9 9‐9 9‐9 9‐0 8‐8 9‐9 7‐0 9‐9 8‐4 9‐9 9‐1 4‐0 8‐7 6‐0 3‐0 3‐0 3‐0 9‐7 3‐0 9‐7 8‐2 9‐9 1‐0 2‐0 9 9

748 655 682 107 623 699 222 737 511 675 271 61 590 157 44 29 49 513 83 440 314 753 26 34 ‐ ‐

12 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 10

2 3 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 5

26 11 9 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 68 25

48 29 17 6 8 24 7 4 3 16 12 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 185 109

 . 2 5 0  . 1 3 8  . 1 7 6  . 3 3 3  . 1 2 5  . 0 4 2  . 1 4 3  . 2 5 0  . 3 3 3  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 1 4 1  . 0 9 2

25 15 7 3 3 7 3 2 2 7 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 81 46

 . 5 2 1  . 5 1 7  . 4 1 2  . 5 0 0  . 3 7 5  . 2 9 2  . 4 2 9  . 5 0 0  . 6 6 7  . 4 3 8  . 4 1 7  . 0 0 0  . 5 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 16

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3

Mario Pinto Diego Deschamp Chris Nash Pedro Villa Leonardo Germniani Yuri Passos Mackenzie Wilde Callum Home Calum Calder Fabio Fukumoto Tony Garibaldi Wes Williams Nathaniel Johnson Alex Monk Yago Salton Isaac Cummins Dylan Burnett Erik Bidinger Chris Criss Gus Rivera Phil Roulier Marcel Barwanietz Ryan Beckner Brady Seehorn Total Opponents

Goal Average min ga

gp‐gs

Brady Seehorn Marcel Barwanietz Ryan Beckner TEAM Total Opponents

2‐0 9‐8 1‐0 ‐ 9 9

33:30 750:31 26:27 0:00 810:28 810:28

0 9 1 0 10 26

gaavg

Saves saves

0.00 1.08 3.40 0.00 1.11 2.89

0 33 3 0 36 55

1.000

 . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 0 0 0  . 4 3 8  . 4 2 2

pk‐att

fg

0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 1‐1 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 1‐1 1‐2

3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4

ot hat gtg

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

pct

w

Record l

t

sho/cbo

Shots faced

 . 0 0 0  . 7 8 6  . 7 5 0  . 0 0 0  . 7 8 3  . 6 7 9

0 6 0 0 6 3

0 3 0 0 3 6

0 0 0 0 0 0

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

2 99 6 0 107 183

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

cnr

16 10 1 0 0 7 3 0 0 6 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ‐ ‐

Team saves: 0 Goals by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

10 5

15 5

1 0

Shots by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

87 52

96 57

2 0

Saves by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

19 26

17 28

0 1

Total 26 10

Corners by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

25 26

22 9

0 0

Total 185 109

Fouls by Period Lincoln Memorial Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

57 69

62 74

0 0

Total 36 55

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

Total 47 35 Total 119 143 LMU 725 4/181 0/0

Opponent 1507 5/301

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THE SOUTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE

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The South Atlantic Conference is in its 38th year of athletic tradition and excellence. The distant forerunner of the South Atlantic Conference was the North State Atlantic Conference (NSIAC). The NSIAC was formed when the “Little Six”, as it was called, broke from the North Carolina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 1930. These charter members included Lenoir-Rhyne College, Atlantic Christian, Catawba College, Guilford College, Elon College, and High Point University. The North State continued to grow over the next 30 years, adding Western Carolina (1933), East Carolina (1947) and Pfeiffer (1960). A name change became necessary when the league accepted Newberry as its first South Carolina member in 1961. The league took on the name Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC) on May 20th of that year. The CIAC saw several changes in the following years as East Carolina withdrew from the league in 1962. Appalachian State and Western Carolina followed in 1971 and 1976. All three landed in the Southern Conference. The South Atlantic Conference was founded in 1975 solely as a football conference. The league received its name from a contest in which Kurt Brenneman of Greensboro, NC became the first to submit the SAC-8 moniker. The SAC-8 consisted of Carson-Newman College, Catawba College, Elon College, Gardner-Webb University, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Mars Hill College, Newberry College, and Presbyterian College. Dr. Fred Bentley, of Mars Hill College, was named league president for its inaugural year, by a vote of the member institutions. After the first season of play in the SAC-8, the Bears of Lenoir-Rhyne College captured the first football title. In 1989, the league’s 15th year of operation, the South Atlantic Conference became a comprehensive, multisport conference. Doug Echols was named the league’s first Commissioner. That year the South Atlantic Conference sponsored 10 sports - football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis. Later the conference grew to 14 championship sports by adding women‘s soccer (1990), men’s and women’s cross country (1993) and women’s golf (1999). In 2013, the sports of men’s and women’s lacrosse and men’s and women’s track and field were added, increasing the

number of championship sports to 18. The South Atlantic Conference was composed of the same eight member institutions from 1975 until 1988, when Wingate University replaced Newberry College as the eighth member institution. Newberry later rejoined the conference in 1996. In July of 1998, Tusculum College was admitted as a member of the league, and Lincoln Memorial University began play in the conference in the 2006-07 academic year. Brevard College was admitted as a provisional member in 2007 and a full member in 2008. In 2008, Echols retired after serving as Commissioner for 19 years and Patrick Britz was hired as the new Commissioner. In July 2010, Anderson University became the league’s 10th member. Three years later in July 2013, Coker College and Queens University of Charlotte joined the conference. Today the conference is a group of 12 private, liberal and civic arts colleges and universities, similar in size and athletic philosophy. Since becoming eligible for NCAA Division II postseason play in 1993, the league has sent representatives from all of its sponsored sports to NCAA postseason play. The league membership now includes Anderson University in Anderson, S.C.; Brevard College in Brevard, N.C.; CarsonNewman in Jefferson City, Tenn.; Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C.; Coker College in Hartsville, S.C.; Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C.; Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tenn.; Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, N.C.; Newberry College in Newberry, S.C.; Queens University of Charlotte in Char-

lotte, N.C.; Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn.; and Wingate University in Wingate, N.C.

Key Dates in SAC History l 1930 – North State Atlantic Conference forms when six schools break from the North Carolina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference l 1961 – Newberry joins league. Conference changes name to Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC) l 1975 – South Atlantic Conference forms as football league with eight schools, called the SAC-8 l 1988 – Wingate replaces Newberry l 1989 – SAC becomes a multi-sport conference l 1996 – Newberry rejoins conference l 1998 – Tusculum joins conference l 2006 – Lincoln Memorial joins conference l 2008 – Brevard joins conference l 2008 – Patrick Britz named Commissioner l 2010 – Anderson joins conference l 2013 – Coker and Queens join conference

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HONOR ROLL South Atlantic All-Conference Brent Cole............................................................................................... 2 0 0 7 Leonardo de Barros............................................................................ 2 0 0 7 Leonardo Germniani...........................................................................2 0 1 1 Callum Home.............................................................................2011, 2012 Aaron McKenna........................................................... 2008, 2009, 2010 Willian Moura.............................................................................2008, 2009 Chris Nash.............................................................................................. 2 0 1 1 Felipe Nogueira........................................................................ 2007, 2008 Leandro Pereira.................................................................................... 2 0 0 7 Lucas Pereira............................................................................. 2009, 2010 Mario Pinto................................................................................ 2011, 2012 Nelson Pizarro........................................................................................2 0 0 7 Fernando Silveira...................................................................... 2009, 2010 Vitor Souza..............................................................................................2 0 0 7 Michael Watkins.............................................................. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Daktronics All-Region Aaron McKenna..........................................................................2008, 2010 Felipe Nogueira..........................................................................2007, 2008 Leandro Pereira......................................................................................2007 Lucas Pereira...........................................................................................2010 Mario Pinto.................................................................................. 2011, 2012 Nelson Pizarro.........................................................................................2007 Renato Segalla........................................................................................ 2008

LMU Athlete of the Year Leonardo de Barros....................................................................2006 Frederico Moojen........................................................................2005 Felipe Nogueira............................................................................2008 Leandro Pereira............................................................................2007 Diogo Silvy.....................................................................................2005 Justin Wilde...................................................................................2004

Daktronics Region Player of the Year Mario Pinto..............................................................................................2012

LMU Newcomer of the Year Leonardo de Barros....................................................................2006 Leandro Pereira............................................................................2007

Daktronics All-American Felipe Nogueira........................................................................ 2007, 2008* Leandro Pereira......................................................................................2007 Nelson Pizarro.........................................................................................2007 Mario Pinto..............................................................................................2012

South Atlantic Player of the Year Leandro Pereira.................................................................................... 2 0 0 7 Mario Pinto............................................................................................ 2 0 1 2

Daktronics National Player of the Year Leandro Pereira......................................................................................2007

South Atlantic Freshman of the Year Mario Pinto............................................................................................ 2 0 1 1

Italics - 2nd team * - 3rd team/Honorable mention

Gulf South All-Conference David Antonelli.....................................................................................2 0 0 3 Leonardo de Barros............................................................................ 2 0 0 5 Edmond Bogonko................................................................... 1998, 1999 John Bongers.........................................................................................2 0 0 3 Nathan Caldwell................................................................................... 1 9 9 6 Eddie Escobar................................................................1996, 1997, 1998 Sherwin Francois..................................................................................1 9 9 7 Diallo Ibrahima.......................................................................... 2003, 2004 Ben Madsen............................................................................................2 0 0 1 Frederico Moojen.................................................................... 2004, 2005 David Mwendapole.....................................................1998, 1999, 2000 Bob Senda................................................................................... 1998, 1999 Diogo Silvy......................................................................2003, 2004, 2005 Vitor Souza..................................................................................2004, 2005 David Swaney........................................................................... 1996, 1997 Alex Wendland......................................................................................2 0 0 1

ALL-AMERICANS

LMU President’s Award Marcel Simo...................................................................................2006 LMU B. Frank Turner Award Hasaan Badahman......................................................................1990 Mohammed Ali El-Zare..............................................................1992 John Payette..................................................................................1996 David Swaney...............................................................................1999 John Payette David Swaney

LMU Athletes’ Hall of Fame

COACHES Jonas Holdeman 1987-88 15-10-1 Frederico Moojen 2005 NSCAA Third Team

Spencer Smith 1989-90 15-18-4

Gulf South Player of the Year Frederico Moojen.................................................................... 2004, 2005 Gulf South Freshman of the Year Leonardo de Barros............................................................................ 2 0 0 5 Eddie Escobar....................................................................................... 1 9 9 6 David Mwendapole............................................................................ 1 9 9 8 Gulf South All-Academic Nathan Caldwell.........................................................................1997, 1999 Sherwin Francois...........................................................1997, 1998, 1999 Diego Gonzalez......................................................................................2003 Carl Guillaume........................................................................................2000 Diallo Ibrahima...........................................................................2003, 2004 Brad Loveless..............................................................................1996, 1997 Frederico Moojen..................................................................................2005 Dominic Reissner...................................................................................2002 Diogo Silvy...............................................................................................2005 Marko Skuletic............................................................................2004, 2005 Patrick Slagle...........................................................................................1999 David Swaney.................................................................1996, 1997, 1998 Brad Wigand................................................................................1996, 1998 Justin Wilde.............................................................................................2004

Leandro Pereira 2007 Daktronics First Team 2007 Daktronics Player of the Year 2007 NSCAA Third Team

Mike Varga 1994-98 50-45-4

Jeff Winterberger 1999-2002 20-51-4 Mario Pinto 2012 Daktronics First Team 2012 NSCAA Second Team

NSCAA Region Coach of the Year Helio D’Anna............................................................................................2007

Helio D’Anna 2003120-51-16

NSCAA All-American Frrederico Moojen...................................................................... 2005 (3rd) Leandro Pereira........................................................................... 2007 (3rd) Mario Pinto.................................................................................. 2012 (2nd)

Nelson Pizarro 2007 NSCAA First Team

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NSCAA All-Region Leonardo Germniani.......................................................................... 2011* Callum Home........................................................................................ 2012* Aaron McKenna.............................................................. 2008, 2009, 2010 Frederico Moojen..................................................................................2005 Felipe Noguiera...................................................................................... 2008 Leandro Pereira......................................................................................2007 Lucas Pereira............................................................................... 2009, 2010 Mario Pinto..................................................................................2011, 2012 Fernando Silveira................................................................................... 2010 Diogo Silvy...................................................................................2004, 2005 Vitor Souza............................................................................................... 2005 Michael Watkins..................................................................................... 2010

Felipe Noguiera 2007 Daktronics First Team 2008 Daktronics Honorable Mention

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CAREER RECORDS

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POINTS 1. 113 2. 111 3. 109 4. 108 108 6. 97 7. 83 8. 79 9. 78 78 10. 69

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SCORING John Payette (48g 17a) Diogo Silvy (38g 35a) Frederico Moojen (48g 13a) Dave Swaney (42g 24a) Leandro Pereira (45g 18a) David Mwendapole (39g 19a) Nathan Caldwell (32g 19a) Nelson Pizarro (28g 23a) Eddie Escobar (26g 26a) Mario Pinto (34g 10a) Leonardo de Barros (23g 23a)

1993-95 2003-06 2004-05 1995-98 2006-08 1998-00 1996-99 2004-07 1996-99 20112005-07

POINTS PER GAME (minimum 30 games) 1. 3.21 Frederico Moojen 2. 2.35 Leandro Pereira 3. 2.17 Mario Pinto 4. 2.02 John Payette 5. 1.76 David Mwendapole 6. 1.54 Diogo Silvy 7. 1.35 Dave Swaney 8. 1.10 Leonardo de Barros 9. 1.06 Nathan Caldwell 10. 1.06 Diallo Ibrahima

2004-05 2006-08 20111993-95 1998-00 2003-06 1995-98 2005-07 1996-99 2002-04

GOALS 1. 48 48 3. 45 4. 42 5. 39 6. 38 7. 34 7. 32 9. 28 10. 26

2004-05 1993-95 2006-08 1995-98 1998-00 2003-06 20111996-99 2004-07 1996-99

Frederico Moojen John Payette Leandro Pereira Dave Swaney David Mwendapole Diogo Silvy Mario Pinto Nathan Caldwell Nelson Pizarro Eddie Escobar

GOALS PER GAME (minimum 30 games) 1. 1.41 Frederico Moojen 2. 0.98 Leandro Pereira 3. 0.94 Mario Pinto 4. 0.86 John Payette 5. 0.71 David Mwendapole 6. 0.53 Diogo Silvy 7. 0.52 Dave Swaney 8. 0.43 Diallo Ibrahima 9. 0.41 Nathan Caldwell 10. 0.37 Leonardo de Barros

2004-05 2006-08 20111993-95 1998-00 2003-06 1995-98 2002-04 1996-99 2005-07

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 13 Frederico Moojen 2. 12 Diogo Silvy 3. 11 Dave Swaney 4. 10 David Mwendapole 10 Mario Pinto 5. 9 Leandro Pereira 9 Dan Heithaus 9 Nathan Caldwell

2004-05 2003-06 1995-98 1998-00 20112006-08 1996 1996-99

ASSISTS 1. 35 2. 26 3. 25 4. 24 5. 23 23 7. 20 8. 19 19 10. 18

2003-06 1996-99 1998-01 1995-98 2004-07 2005-07 2004-07 1996-99 1998-00 2006-08

Diogo Silvy Eddie Escobar Edmond Bogonko Dave Swaney Nelson Pizarro Leonardo de Barros Claudio Rico Nathan Caldwell David Mwendapole Leandro Pereira

ASSISTS PER GAME (minimum 30 games) 1. 0.49 Diogo Silvy 2. 0.39 Leandro Pereira 3. 0.38 Frederico Moojen 4. 0.37 Leonardo de Barros 5. 0.35 Eddie Escobar 6. 0.35 Edmond Bogonko 7. 0.35 David Mwendapole 8. 0.30 John Payette 9. 0.30 Dave Swaney 10. 0.29 Nelson Pizarro

2003-06 2006-08 2004-05 2005-07 1996-99 1998-01 1998-00 1993-95 1995-98 2004-07

SHOTS ATTEMPTED 1. 210 Diogo Silvy 2. 206 Frederico Moojen 3. 189 Leandro Pereira 4. 176 Dave Swaney 5. 173 John Payette 6. 163 David Mwendapole 7. 161 Nelson Pizarro 8. 160 Mario Pinto 9. 145 Edmond Bogonko 10. 142 Leonardo de Barros

2003-06 2004-05 2006-08 1995-98 1993-95 1998-00 2004-07 20111998-01 2005-07

SHOTS PER GAME (minimum 30 games) 1. 6.06 Frederico Moojen 2. 4.44 Mario Pinto 3. 4.11 Leandro Pereira 4. 3.09 John Payette 5. 3.03 Willian Moura 6. 2.96 David Mwendapole 7. 2.92 Diogo Silvy 8. 2.25 Leonardo de Barros 9. 2.20 Dave Swaney 10. 2.14 Leonardo Germniani

2004-05 20112006-08 1993-95 2008-09 1998-00 2003-06 2005-07 1995-98 2011-12

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 117 Frederico Moojen 2. 97 Diogo Silvy 3. 95 Leandro Pereira 4. 86 Mario Pinto 5. 77 Nelson Pizarro 6. 68 Leonardo de Barros 7. 57 Diallo Ibrahima 8. 53 Willian Moura 9. 51 Chris Nash 10. 50 Felipe Nogueira

2004-05 2003-06 2006-08 20112004-07 2005-07 2002-04 2008-09 2009-12 2006-08

SOG PER GAME (minimum 30 games) 1. 3.44 Frederico Moojen 2. 2.39 Mario Pinto 3. 2.07 Leandro Pereira 4. 1.56 Willian Moura 5. 1.35 Diogo Silvy 6. 1.12 Diallo Ibrahima 7. 1.08 Leonardo de Barros 8. 0.99 Nelson Pizarro 9. 0.83 Renato Segalla 10. 0.81 Felipe Nogueira

2004-05 20112006-08 2008-09 2003-06 2002-04 2005-07 2004-07 2008-09 2006-08

PENALTY KICKS MADE 1. 8 John Payette 2. 7 Dave Swaney 3. 4 Frederico Moojen 4 Felipe Nogueira 4 Ryan Vasquez 6. 3 David Mwendapole 7. 2 James Gordon 2 Callum Home

1993-95 1995-98 2004-05 2006-08 1993-94 1998-00 2000-02 2010-

SAVES PER GAME (minimum 30 games) 1. 9.03 Ben Madsen 2. 4.20 Michael Watkins 3. 4.18 Justin Wilde 4. 2.87 Brent Cole

1999-01 2008-11 2003-04 2004-07

SAVE PERCENT (minimum 20 saves) 1 .803 Marcel Barwanietz 2. .797 Michael Watkins 3. .783 Cheddi Acham 4. .770 Brent Cole 5. .752 Rob Shenise 6. .738 Justin Wilde 7. .732 Chad Newton 8. .729 Bucky Harrison 9. .725 Clint Dal Santo 10. .715 Ben Madsen

20122008-11 1995 2004-07 1995-97 2003-04 1995-96 1998 1997 1999-01

GOALS AGAINST AVG (minimum 1000 minutes) 1 0.80 Marcel Barwanietz 20122. 1.00 Brent Cole 2004-07 3. 1.05 Michael Watkins 2008-11 4. 1.62 Justin Wilde 2003-04 5. 2.04 Rob Shenise 1995-97 6. 2.33 Donald Zalewa 1996-99 7. 2.41 Ben Eckert 1993 8. 2.46 Paul Hammond 2002-03 9. 2.48 Chad Newton 1995-96 10. 2.57 Ben Madsen 1999-01 WINS 1. 2. 3. 4 5.

47 39 18 12 10

Brent Cole Michael Watkins Justin Wilde Marcel Barwanietz Thomas Hardwick

2004-07 2008-11 2003-04 20121993-95

LOSSES 1. 25 Ben Madsen 25 Michael Watkins 3. 12 Justin Wilde 4. 11 Paul Hammond 5. 9 Brent Cole 9 Thomas Hardwick

1999-01 2008-11 2003-04 2002-03 2004-07 1993-95

SHUTOUTS 1. 29.1 2. 12.1 3 6 4. 5 5. 4

2008-11 2004-07 20121999-01 2003-04

Michael Watkins Brent Cole Marcel Barwanietz Ben Madsen Justin Wilde

PENALTY KICK ATTEMPTS 1. 9 Dave Swaney 1995-98 9 John Payette 1993-95 3. 8 Frederico Moojen 2004-05 4. 6 Ryan Vasquez 1993-94 5. 5 Felipe Nogueira 2006-08 6. 3 James Gordon 2000-02 3 Callum Home 2010 3 David Mwendapole 1998-00 3 Diogo Silvy 2003-06 10. 2 Dexter Cox 1993 2 Gustave Koehn 1992,94-96

GOALKEEPING SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

334 298 202 198 169 138 118 112 109 85

Ben Madsen Michael Watkins Chad Newton Brent Cole Thomas Hardwick Justin Wilde Donald Zalewa Paul Hammond Ben Eckert Rob Shenise

1999-01 2008-11 1995-96 2004-07 1993-95 2003-04 1996-99 2002-03 1993 1995-97

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS SCORING 1992 2005 2007 2004 2006 1995 2012 2004 1996 1997

POINTS PER GAME (minimum 15 games) 1. 3.53 Frederico Moojen 2. 3.17 Brett Scaccia 3. 2.95 Frederico Moojen 4. 2.88 Diogo Silvy 5. 2.79 Leandro Pereira 6. 2.61 Mario Pinto 7. 2.35 John Payette 8. 2.20 Leandro Pereira 9. 2.00 Dave Swaney 2.00 John Payette

2004 1992 2005 2004 2006 2012 1995 2007 1997 1994

GOALS 1. 25 Frederico Moojen 2. 24 Brett Scaccia 3. 23 Frederico Moojen 23 Leandro Pereira 5. 22 Leandro Pereira 6. 21 John Payette 21 Mario Pinto 8. 17 Diogo Silvy 9. 16 David Mwendapole 16 Nathan Caldwell 16 Dave Swaney

2005 1992 2004 2007 2006 1995 2012 2004 1998 1996 1996

GOALS PER GAME (minimum 15 games) 1. 1.53 Frederico Moojen 2. 1.33 Brett Scaccia 3. 1.32 Frederico Moojen 4. 1.17 Mario Pinto 5. 1.16 Leandro Pereira 6. 1.06 Diogo Silvy 7. 1.05 John Payette 8. 0.92 Leandro Pereira 9. 0.80 Dave Swaney 0.80 Nathan Caldwell

2004 1992 2005 2012 2006 2004 1995 2007 1996 1996

GAME WINNING GOALS 1. 8 Frederico Moojen 2. 7 Mario Pinto 3. 6 Leandro Pereira 4. 5 Frederico Moojen 5 Diogo Silvy 5 David Mwendapole

2005 2012 2007 2004 2004 1998

ASSISTS 1. 13 Eddie Escobar 2. 12 Diogo Silvy 3. 10 Claudio Rico 10 Leonardo de Barros 10 Diogo Silvy 6. 9 Diogo Silvy 9 Dave Swaney 9 Marcelo Galafassi 9 Leandro Pereira 9 Leandro Pereira 9 Brett Scaccia

1996 2004 2006 2006 2005 2003 1998 2007 2007 2006 1992

ASSISTS PER GAME (minimum 15 games) 1. 0.75 Diogo Silvy 2. 0.65 Eddie Escobar 3. 0.53 Diogo Silvy 4. 0.50 Leonardo de Barros 0.50 Claudio Rico 0.50 Diogo Silvy 0.50 Edmond Bogonko 0.50 Brett Scaccia 9. 0.47 Leandro Pereira 10. 0.47 Frederico Moojen

2004 1996 2005 2006 2006 2003 2000 1992 2006 2004

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SHOTS PER GAME (minimum 15 games) 1. 6.63 Frederico Moojen 2. 5.33 Frederico Moojen 3. 4.94 Mario Pinto 4. 4.36 Leandro Pereira 5. 4.31 Diogo Silvy 6. 4.16 Leandro Pereira 7. 4.00 Dexter Cox 8. 3.94 Mario Pinto 9. 3.82 David Mwendapole 10. 3.76 Diego Deschamp

2005 2004 2012 2007 2004 2006 1993 2011 2000 2012

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 73 Frederico Moojen 2. 53 Leandro Pereira 3. 51 Mario Pinto 4. 44 Nelson Pizarro 44 Frederico Moojen 6. 42 Leandro Pereira 7. 37 Diogo Silvy 8. 35 Mario Pinto 9. 34 David Mwendapole 10. 33 Willian Moura

2005 2007 2012 2007 2004 2006 2004 2011 2000 2008

SOG PER GAME (minimum 15 games) 1. 3.84 Frederico Moojen 2. 2.93 Frederico Moojen 3. 2.83 Mario Pinto 4. 2.31 Diogo Silvy 5. 2.21 Leandro Pereira 6. 2.12 Leandro Pereira 7. 1.94 Mario Pinto 8. 1.80 David Antonelli 9. 1.76 Nelson Pizarro 10. 1.65 Willian Moura

2005 2004 2012 2004 2006 2007 2011 2003 2007 2008

PENALTY KICKS MADE 1. 8 John Payette 1995 2. 4 Dave Swaney 1997 3. 3 Frederico Moojen 2004 4. 2 Ryan Vasquez 1994 2 Dave Swaney 1996 2 Ryan Vasquez 1993 2 Felipe Nogueira 2007 2 James Gordon 2002 2 David Mwendapole 2000 10. 1 by 19, most recently by Callum Home 2012 PENALTY KICK ATTEMPTS 1. 8 John Payette 2. 5 Dave Swaney 5 Frederico Moojen 4. 3 Ryan Vasquez 3 Felipe Nogueira 3 Ryan Vasquez 3 James Gordon 3 Frederico Moojen 9. 2 Callum Home 2 David Mwendapole 2 Dave Swaney 2 Dexter Cox 2 Gustave Koehn 2 Dave Swaney

1995 1997 2004 1993 2007 1994 2002 2005 2012 2000 1996 1993 1996 1998

GOALKEEPING SAVES 1. 156 Thomas Hardwick 2. 142 Ben Madsen 3. 118 Chad Newton 4. 109 Ben Eckert 5. 105 Paul Hammond 6. 99 Ben Madsen 7. 98 Michael Watkins 8. 93 Ben Madsen 9. 88 Justin Wilde 10. 84 Brent Cole 84 Chad Newton

1994 2001 1995 1993 2002 1999 2011 2000 2003 2007 1996

SAVES PER GAME (minimum 15 games) 1. 7.10 Ben Madsen 2. 6.56 Paul Hammond 3. 5.47 Ben Madsen 4. 5.44 Michael Watkins 5. 5.18 Justin Wilde 6. 4.65 Michael Watkins 7. 3.90 Michael Watkins 8. 3.50 Brent Cole 9. 3.12 Justin Wilde 3.12 Marcel Barwanietz

2001 2002 2000 2011 2003 2010 2008 2007 2004 2012

SAVE PERCENT (minimum 10 saves) 1. .882 Rob Shenise 2. .823 Michael Watkins 3. .808 Brent Cole 4. .805 Brent Cole 5. .803 Marcel Barwanietz 6. .797 Michael Watkins 7. .788 Michael Watkins 8. .783 Cheddi Acham 9. .768 Michael Watkins 10. .762 Ben Madsen

1996 2010 2007 2006 2012 2011 2008 1995 2009 1999

GOALS AGAINST AVG. (minimum 1200 minutes) 1. 0.80 Marcel Barwanietz 2. 0.82 Michael Watkins 3. 0.88 Brent Cole 4. 0.92 Brent Cole 5. 0.98 Michael Watkins 6. 1.04 Michael Watkins 7. 1.20 Brent Cole 8. 1.34 Michael Watkins 9. 1.44 Justin Wilde 10. 1.78 Justin Wilde

2012 2009 2006 2007 2010 2008 2005 2011 2004 2003

MOST WINS 1. 19 Brent Cole 2. 15 Brent Cole 3. 13 Brent Cole 4. 12 Marcel Barwanietz 12 Justin Wilde 6. 11 Michael Watkins 7. 10 Thomas Hardwick 10 Michael Watkins 10 Michael Watkins 10. 8 Michael Watkins

2007 2005 2006 2012 2004 2008 1994 2009 2010 2011

MOST LOSSES 1. 15 Ben Madsen 2. 10 Ben Madsen 10 Paul Hammond 4. 9 Justin Wilde 9 Thomas Hardwick

2001 2000 2002 2003 1994

MOST SHUTOUTS 1. 10 Michael Watkins 2. 7 Michael Watkins 3. 6.1 Michael Watkins 6 Michael Watkins 6 Marcel Barwanietz 6. 5 Brent Cole 7. 4 Brent Cole 8. 3.1 Brent Cole 3.1 Bucky Harrison 3 Thomas Hardwick 3 Ben Madsen

2010 2009 2008 2011 2012 2006 2007 2005 1998 1994 2000

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POINTS 1. 57 Brett Scaccia 2. 56 Frederico Moojen 3. 55 Leandro Pereira 4. 53 Frederico Moojen 53 Leandro Pereira 6. 47 John Payette 47 Mario Pinto 8. 46 Diogo Silvy 9. 39 Nathan Caldwell 10. 38 Dave Swaney

SHOTS ATTEMPTED 1. 126 Frederico Moojen 2. 109 Leandro Pereira 3. 93 Nelson Pizarro 4. 89 Mario Pinto 5. 80 Frederico Moojen 6. 79 Leandro Pereira 7. 76 Dexter Cox 8. 71 Mario Pinto 9. 70 Fernando Silveira 10. 69 Diogo Silvy

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS MOST POINTS 1. 11 Diogo Silvy vs Delta State 11 John Payette vs David Lipscomb 3. 10 Larry Reeves at Carson-Newman 10 Saleh Badahman at Carson-Newman 5. 9 Eddie Escobar vs Hillsdale 9 Frederico Moojen at Harding 9 Leandro Pereira vs Charleston 9 Nathan Caldwell vs Crown 9. 8 Diogo Silvy vs Mars Hill 8 Frederico Moojen vs Delta State 8 Leandro Pereira vs Mars Hill 8 Leandro Pereira vs Alderson-Broaddus

Oct 23, 2004 Sep 21, 1995 Sep 30, 1987 Sep 30, 1987 Sep 06, 1998 Oct 14, 2005 Aug 24, 2007 Oct 24, 1996 Oct 18, 2006 Oct 23, 2004 Oct 18, 2006 Oct 20, 2007

MOST GOALS 1. 5 John Payette vs David Lipscomb 2. 4 Diogo Silvy vs Delta State 4 Eddie Escobar vs Hillsdale 4 Frederico Moojen at Harding 4 Frederico Moojen vs Delta State 4 Leandro Pereira vs Charleston 4 Leandro Pereira vs Mars Hill 4 Leandro Pereira vs Alderson-Broaddus 4 Nathan Caldwell vs Crown 4 Saleh Badahman at Carson-Newman

Sep 21, 1995 Oct 23, 2004 Sep 06, 1998 Oct 14, 2005 Oct 23, 2004 Aug 24, 2007 Oct 18, 2006 Oct 20, 2007 Oct 24, 1996 Sep 30, 1987

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MOST ASSISTS 1. 3 Edmond Bogonko vs Tennessee Wesleyan 3 Diogo Silvy vs Delta State 3 Diogo Silvy vs King 3 Eddie Escobar vs Martin Methodist 3 Gustave Koehn vs Crown College 3 John Payette vs Berea 3 David Mwendapole at Harding 3 Marcelo Galafassi vs Salem International 9. 2 by 35, most recently by Chris Nash at Lenoir-Rhyne Mario Pinto vs Carson-Newman Tom Clark vs Newberry

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TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Sep 13, 2000 Oct 23, 2004 Sep 07, 2004 Oct 22, 1997 Oct 24, 1996 Oct 23, 1993 Oct 15, 2000 Aug 31, 2007 Oct 08, 2011 Nov 01, 2011 Sep 17, 2011

MOST SHOTS 1. 14 Frederico Moojen vs Delta State 2. 12 Leandro Pereira vs Salem International 12 Leandro Pereira vs Alderson-Broaddus 4. 11 Dexter Cox vs Bluefield 11 Fernando Silveira vs Asbury 11 Fernando Silveira vs Carson-Newman 7. 10 Diogo Silvy vs Delta State 10 Fernando Silveira vs Mars Hill 10 Frederico Moojen vs Christian Brothers 10 Frederico Moojen at Harding 10 Frederico Moojen vs Ouachita Baptist

Oct 23, 2004 Aug 31, 2007 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 7, 1993 Aug 27, 2009 Sep 29, 2010 Oct 23, 2004 Oct 27, 2010 Oct 02, 2005 Oct 14, 2005 Sep 30, 2005

MOST SAVES 1. 19 Ben Eckert vs Alabama-Birmingham 2. 14 Ben Madsen at Union (KY) 3. 12 Ben Madsen vs Montevallo 12 Michael Watkins at Young Harris 5. 11 Marcel Barwanietz at Wingate 11 Justin Wilde vs King 11 Justin Wilde at Catawba 11 Michael Watkins at Wingate 11 Michael Watkins vs King 11 Michael Watkins at Carson-Newman

Sep 4, 1993 Oct 04, 2000 Sep 28, 2001 Sep 01, 2011 Oct 06, 2012 Oct 25, 2003 Oct 30, 2004 Oct 24, 2011 Sep 07, 2011 Sep 28, 2011

MOST POINTS 1. 32 Delta State 2. 31 Hillsdale 3. 28 Salem International 4. 27 Mars Hill 5. 26 at Carson-Newman 6. 24 Crown College 7. 22 Charleston 8. 21 Brevard 9. 20 at Harding 20 at Ouachita Baptist

Oct 23, 2004 Sep 06, 1998 Aug 31, 2007 Oct 18, 2006 Sep 30, 1987 Oct 24, 1996 Aug 24, 2007 Sep 26, 2006 Oct 10, 2004 Oct 13, 2000

MOST GOALS 1. 11 Salem International 11 Delta State 11 Hillsdale 4. 10 at Carson-Newman 5. 9 Mars Hill 6. 8 Charleston 8 at Ouachita Baptist 8 Crown College 9. 7 Alderson-Broaddus 7 Brevard 7 Anderson

Aug 31, 2007 Oct 23, 2004 Sep 06, 1998 Sep 30, 1987 Oct 18, 2006 Aug 24, 2007 Oct 13, 2000 Oct 24, 1996 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 26, 2006 Sep 29, 2012

MOST ASSISTS 1. 10 Delta State 2. 9 Mars Hill 3. 8 at Harding 4. 7 Brevard 5. 6 Charleston 6 Salem International 6 at Union (KY) 6 at Harding 6 Campbellsville 6 at Carson-Newman

Oct 23, 2004 Oct 18, 2006 Oct 10, 2004 Sep 26, 2006 Aug 24, 2007 Aug 31, 2007 Oct 04, 2004 Oct 15, 2000 Sep 23, 2003 Sep 30, 1987

MOST SHOTS 1. 56 Salem International 2. 46 Delta State 3. 37 Asbury 4. 36 at Harding 36 Brevard 6. 34 Limestone College 7. 33 at Harding 33 Alderson-Broaddus 9. 32 Campbellsville 10. 31 Mars Hill 31 Newberry

Aug 31, 2007 Oct 23, 2004 Aug 27, 2009 Oct 15, 2000 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 12, 2002 Oct 10, 2004 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 23, 2003 Nov 03, 2010 Sep 07, 1996

MOST SAVES 1. 19 Alabama-Birmingham 2. 14 at Union College 3. 12 at Catawba 12 at Young Harris 12 King 12 Montevallo 7. 11 at Wingate 11 at Wingate 11 King 11 at Carson-Newman

Sep 04, 1993 Oct 04, 2000 Oct 30, 2004 Sep 01, 2011 Sep 07, 2011 Sep 28, 2001 Oct 24, 2011 Oct 06, 2012 Oct 25, 2003 Sep 28, 2011

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent.......................................... W/L/T Alabama-Birmingham.................................0-4-1 Alabama-Huntsville.............................9-12 Alderson-Broaddus...........................................2-0 Anderson................................................2-4 Asbury...................................................................6-1 Baptist....................................................................0-1 Barry.......................................................................1-2 Barton....................................................................2-0 Bellarmine........................................................2-5-2 Belmont................................................................2-1 Belmont Abbey..................................................0-1 Berea......................................................................3-0 Bethel.................................................................0-0-1 Birmingham Southern.....................................0-2 Bluefield................................................................3-0 Brevard...................................................5-2 Brewton Parker...................................................1-0 Bryan......................................................................1-2 Campbellsville....................................................3-0 Carson-Newman............................ 14-10-2 Catawba..................................................8-5 Central Arkansas............................................3-5-2 Charleston............................................................2-2 Christian Brothers..............................................8-8 Cincinnati.............................................................0-1 Citadel...................................................................1-0 Clayton State.......................................................0-2 Coker......................................First meeting Concord................................................................2-0 Concordia.............................................................1-0 Covenant..........................................................1-2-1 Crown....................................................................1-0 Cumberland (Ky.)...........................................5-4-2 Cumberland (Tenn.)..........................................2-0 David Lipscomb.................................................1-0 Davis & Elkins......................................................0-2 Dayton...................................................................0-2 Delta State...........................................................3-0 Eastern Michigan...............................................0-1 Eckerd....................................First meeting

Opponent.......................................... W/L/T Findlay...................................................................1-1 Florida Southern................................................0-3 Fort Lewis.............................................................0-1 Francis Marion................................................0-1-1 Franklin Pierce....................................................0-1 Gardner-Webb....................................................2-1 Georgetown (Ky.)...............................................0-1 Georgia Southwestern.................................0-0-1 Guilford.............................................................1-0-1 Harding.................................................................5-1 Hillsdale................................................................1-0 Indianapolis.........................................................1-2 Kentucky Wesleyan...........................................0-2 King....................................................................4-4-1 Lambuth...............................................................0-1 Lee..........................................................................2-0 Lees-McRae........................................ 3-1-1 Lenoir-Rhyne...................................... 6-1-2 Lewis......................................................................0-1 Liberty...............................................................0-4-2 Life..........................................................................0-1 Limestone............................................................4-1 Longwood............................................................2-2 Lynn........................................................................0-3 Mars Hill������������������������������������������ 10-7-1 Marshall................................................................0-2 Martin Methodist..............................................1-0 Maryville...............................................................5-1 Milligan.................................................................5-3 Missouri-Rolla.....................................................1-0 Montevallo....................................... 5-12-2 Montreat...............................................................1-0 Morehead State..................................................1-1 Morehouse...........................................................0-1 Newberry................................................8-1 North Georgia........................................0-1 North Greenville................................................1-0 Northern Kentucky...........................................4-4 Nova Southeastern...........................................1-1 Oakland City........................................................2-0

Opponent.......................................... W/L/T Ouachita Baptist................................................4-2 Pfeiffer...................................................................3-1 Presbyterian....................................................2-0-1 Queens...................................................1-2 Radford..................................................................0-3 Rollins....................................................................0-4 Saint Leo...............................................................0-1 Salem International..........................................2-0 Shawnee State....................................................1-0 Shepherd..............................................................2-0 Southern Indiana...............................................0-1 Southern Polytechnic......................................0-1 Southern Wesleyan...........................................1-0 Spalding................................................................3-0 Spring Hill.............................................................1-0 St. Andrews......................................................0-0-1 Sue Bennett.........................................................1-1 Tampa....................................................................0-1 Tennessee Temple.........................................4-1-1 Tennessee Wesleyan.........................................5-4 Thomas..................................................................1-0 Trevecca Nazarene.................................1-0 Tusculum........................................ 11-10-2 UNC-Greensboro...............................................0-1 UNC-Pembroke..................................................1-1 USC Upstate........................................................0-2 USC Aiken.............................................................4-0 Union (Ky.)........................................................7-3-1 VMI..........................................................................0-1 W.V. Wesleyan.....................................................1-1 Warren Wilson.....................................................1-0 West Florida.........................................................4-7 West Virginia Tech.............................................1-0 Wheeling Jesuit..................................................1-0 Wingate..................................................2-5 Wofford.................................................................0-3 Young Harris........................................................1-1 2012 opponents in BOLD

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LMU IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT LMU IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 2006 Appalachian Regional, Hickory, N.C. 11/2 #9 Carson-Newman W, 1-0 (OT) 11/4 #5 Lenoir-Rhyne T, 1-1 (LMU advanced on PK Shootout 5-3) 2006 NCAA Quarterfinals, Wilder, Ky. 11/12 #14 Northern Kentucky W, 2-1 2006 NCAA Semifinals, Pensacola, Fla. 11/16 #2 Fort Lewis L, 2-4 2007 NCAA Appalachian Regional, Pensacola, Fla. 11/9 Wingate W, 2-1 11/11 Carson-Newman W, 2-1 2007 NCAA Quarterfinals, Wilder, Ky. 11/12 #1 Northern Kentucky W, 2-1 2007 NCAA Semifinals, Orange Beach, Ala. 11/16 # 18 Montevallo W, 1-0 (2OT) 2007 NCAA Championship, Orange Beach, Ala. 12/02 #4 Franklin Pierce L, 0-1 CAREER LEADERS -- NCAA TOURNAMENT

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## POINTS GP G A Pts Shots 20 Nelson Pizarro 9 4 2 10 23 11 Leandro Pereira 9 4 2 10 19 10 Leonardo de Barros 9 2 2 6 15 13 Guilherme Alves 8 2 1 5 8 2 Jordan Green 4 1 0 2 1 6 Marcelo Galafassi 9 0 2 2 4 3 Felipe Nogueira 9 0 1 1 8 5 Pedro Canineu 9 0 1 1 0

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## GOALS 11 Leandro Pereira 20 Nelson Pizarro 13 Guilherme Alves 10 Leonardo de Barros 2 Jordan Green

GP G A Pts Shots 9 4 2 10 19 9 4 2 10 23 8 2 1 5 8 9 2 2 6 15 4 1 0 2 1

## ASSISTS 11 Leandro Pereira 20 Nelson Pizarro 6 Marcelo Galafassi 10 Leonardo de Barros 13 Guilherme Alves 5 Pedro Canineu 3 Felipe Nogueira

GP 9 9 9 9 8 9 9

G A Pts Shots 4 2 10 19 4 2 10 23 0 2 2 4 2 2 6 15 2 1 5 8 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 8

## 20 11 10 3 13 7 6

GP 9 9 9 9 8 8 9

G 4 4 2 0 2 0 0

SHOTS Nelson Pizarro Leandro Pereira Leonardo de Barros Felipe Nogueira Guilherme Alves Claudio Rico Marcelo Galafassi

A 2 2 2 1 1 0 2

Sh Shot% 23 .174 19 .211 15 .133 8 .000 8 .250 6 .000 4 .000

TEAM GAME HIGHS -- NCAA TOURNAMENT Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on goal Saves Corner kicks Fouls

7 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 7 at Northern Kentucky (11/12/06) 2 at Northern Kentucky (11/18/07) 2 vs Carson-Newman (11/11/07) 2 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 2 vs Fort Lewis (11/16/06) 2 at Northern Kentucky (11/12/06) 3 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 3 at Northern Kentucky (11/12/06) 14 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 9 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 10 vs Carson-Newman (11/11/07) 7 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 29 vs Montevallo (11/30/07)

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS -- NCAA TOURNAMENT Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on goal Saves Corner kicks Fouls

10 vs Fort Lewis (11/16/06) 4 vs Fort Lewis (11/16/06) 2 at Northern Kentucky (11/18/07) 2 vs Fort Lewis (11/16/06) 2 at Northern Kentucky (11/12/06) 23 at Northern Kentucky (11/18/07) 11 vs Carson-Newman (11/11/07) 7 vs Montevallo (11/30/07) 7 vs Wingate (11/09/07) 11 vs Carson-Newman (11/11/07) 26 at Northern Kentucky (11/18/07) 26 at Lenoir-Rhyne (11/04/06)

Leonardo de Barros scored the game-winning-goal against topranked Northern Kentucky, sending LMU to the NCAA Semifinals for the second consecutive year.

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LMU IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Nov. 2, 2006 Bears Field (Hickory, N.C.) #16 LMU 1, #9 Carson-Newman 0 F/OT

Nov. 16, 2006 McCown Field (Pensacola, Fla.) #16 LMU 2, #2 Fort Lewis 4 F

Nov. 18, 2007 Town & Country Field (Wilder, Ky.) #16 LMU 2, #1 Northern Kentucky 1 F

TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Lincoln Memorial 0 0 1 - 1 Carson-Newman 0 0 0 - 0

TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Lincoln Memorial 0 2 - - 2 Fort Lewis 1 3 - - 4

TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Lincoln Memorial 1 1 - - 2 NKU 1 0 - - 1

GOALS

GOALS

GOALS

LMU

95:33

Jordan Green

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LMU C-N Shots 13 8 Saves 1 5 Corners 5 2 Fouls 13 22 Nov. 4, 2006 Bears Field (Hickory, N.C.) #16 LMU 1, #5 Lenoir-Rhyne 1 F/2OT LMU advanced on PKs, 5-3 TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Lincoln Memorial 1 0 0 0 1 Lenoir-Rhyne 1 0 0 0 1 GOALS LMU L-R

31:57 35:52

Leonardo de Barros John-Paul Hanger

SHOOTOUT RESULTS LMU Felipe Nogueira L-R Gary Higgins LMU Claudio Rico L-R John-Paul Hanger LMU Pedro Canineu L-R Matthew Lee LMU Leonard de Barros L-R Luis Carrisoza LMU Leandro Pereira

Gary Higgins

MADE MADE MADE MADE MADE MADE MADE SAVED MADE

Nov. 12, 2006 Town & Country Field (Wilder, Ky.) #16 LMU 2, #14 Northern Kentucky 1 F TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Lincoln Memorial 1 1 - - 2 Northern Kentucky 0 1 - - 1 LMU NKU LMU

10:47 60:17 87:10

Leandro Pereira Braden Bishop Leonardo de Barros

41:51 49:39 62:26 71:54 81:57 86:13

de Barros, Pizarro Thompson, Ray Leandro Pereira

The team poses with the Runner-up trophy following the loss to Franklin Pierce in the NCAA National Championship

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Kerr, Wilmes Felipe Nogueira PK -

Nov. 9, 2007 Pioneer Field (Greeneville, Tenn.) Wingate 1, #16 LMU 2 F TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Wingate 1 0 - - 1 Lincoln Memorial 1 1 - - 2 WU LMU LMU

28:47 36:00 54:56

Luke Mulholland Nelson Pizarro Leandro Pereira

Stephen Kehoe Leonardo de Barros Pizarro, Alves

WU LMU Shots 13 14 Saves 7 3 Corners 4 7 Fouls 13 14 Nov. 11, 2007 Pioneer Field (Greeneville, Tenn.) Carson-Newman 1, #16 LMU 2 F TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Carson-Newman 0 1 - - 0 Lincoln Memorial 2 0 - - 2 GOALS LMU LMU C-N

27:04 28:07 71:03

Guilherme Alves Nelson Pizarro Ale Oliveira

Marcelo Galafassi -

LMU NKU LMU

17:50 27:45 70:42

Nelson Pizarro Tony Capurro Nelson Pizarro

Pedro Canineu Impellizzeri, Ray Leandro Pereira

LMU NKU Shots 9 23 Saves 9 1 Corners 3 4 Fouls 17 26 Nov. 30, 2007 Orange Beach Sportsplex (Orange Beach, Ala.) #18 Montevallo 0, #16 LMU 1 F/2OT TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Montevallo 0 0 0 0 0 Lincoln Memorial 0 0 0 1 1 GOALS LMU

108:13

Guilherme Alves

Marcelo Galafassi

UM LMU Shots 15 11 Saves 7 4 Corners 6 4 Fouls 23 29 Dec. 2, 2007 Orange Beach Sportsplex (Orange Beach, Ala.) #4 Franklin Pierce, #16 LMU 0 1 F TEAM 1 2 OT OT F Franklin Pierce 0 1 - - 1 Lincoln Memorial 0 0 - - 0 GOALS FPU

88:10

David Clifton

Frantz Francois

FPU LMU Shots 7 12 Saves 1 1 Corners 1 4 Fouls 13 14

C-N LMU Shots 20 9 Saves 2 10 Corners 11 2 Fouls 14 13

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LMU NKU Shots 5 16 Saves 5 0 Corners 1 7 Fouls 16 25

Chase Mikkelson Leandro Pereira Leandro Pereira Ben Gantenbein John Cunliffe John Cunliffe

LMU FLC Shots 9 13 Saves 6 3 Corners 4 5 Fouls 8 14

GOALS

LMU L-R Shots 11 10 Saves 4 5 Corners 2 6 Fouls 27 26

GOALS

FLC LMU LMU FLC FLC FLC

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LMU SOCCER COMPLEX

LMU SOCCER COMPLEX Home of the Railsplitters

The LMU Soccer Field/Complex has been the home of the Railsplitters since the 2008 season. Construction on the new LMU soccer complex began in 2007. The complex is adjacent to the site of Gibbs Field, the home of the LMU soccer teams from 1990-2007. The settings include a 120x80 yard bermuda grass field, European style goals, and brand new score board. The large dugouts also feature storage areas and two bathrooms in addition to covered benches. In 2010, concrete stands were added that seat approximately 250 people. The hillside opposite the dugouts has proven to be popular place for fans to watch the matches as well.

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The main building houses dugouts for both teams, bathrooms, and storage for field equipment.

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LMU SOCCER COMPLEX

LMU SOCCER FIELD YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS Year W L T Pct. 2008* 4 2 0 .667 2009* 5 1 0 .833 2010 4 4 1 .500 2011 4 2 2 .625 2012 6 0 1 .929 Total 23 9 4 .694 * - Some home matches played at Union College due to field conditions. They are not listed here.

RECORDS Consecutive Wins -- 5, 11/5/2008 - 10/21/2009 Consecutive Losses -- 2, 2X, last 10/18/2011 - 10/22/2011 Margin of Victory -- 6 (7-1) vs. Anderson, 9/29/2012 Margin of Defeat -- 3 (3-0) vs. Clayton State, 9/22/2010

LMU SOCCER FIELD QUICK FACTS

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Sept. 7, 2008

Capacity

500

Surface

Bermuda

Size

120X80

First Win

Shepherd - 9/7/2008

First Loss

Georgetown (Ky.) - 9/27/2008

First Tie

Lees-McRae - 10/5/2010

First Shot

Victor Plaza (09:57 - Blocked)

First Goal

Brito Martins vs. Shepherd - 9/7/2008

First Assist

Willian Moura vs. Shepherd - 9/7/2008

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Currently the teams use the locker rooms in the Tex Turner Arena.

First Game

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LMU SOCCER COMPLEX RECORDS Team Records

LMU SOCCER FIELD RECORDS

GAME Most Goals:....................................................... 7 7-1 vs. Anderson, 9/29/12 Most Goals Allowed:...................................... 3 3-2 vs. Tusculum, 10/18/11 3-0 vs. Clayton State, 9/22/10 Largest Margin Victory:................................ 6 7-1 vs. Anderson, 9/29/12 Largest Margin Defeat:................................. 3 3-0 vs. Clayton State, 9/22/10 Most OT Goals:................................................. 1 1-0 vs. Asbury, 8/27/09; 2-1 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 9/22/12 Most Opp. OT Goals:...................................... 1 0-1 vs. Wingate, 11/1/08; 1-2 vs. Wingate, 10/30/10; 2-3 vs. Tusculum, 10/18/2011 Most Shots:..................................................... 32 vs. Brevard, 10/13/12 Fewest Shots:................................................... 6 vs. Mars Hill, 11/5/08; vs. Anderson, 10/22/11 Most Shots Allowed:.................................... 28 vs. Clayton State, 9/22/10 Fewest Shots Allowed:.................................. 3 vs. Asbury, 8/27/08; vs. Barton, 8/29/08 SEASON Most Wins:........................................... 6 (2012) Most Losses:....................................... 4 (2010) Most OT Matches................................3 (2011) Best Win Pct.:................................. .929 (2012) Worst Win Pct.:.............................. .500 (2010) Longest Win Streak:......................... 5 (2009) Longest Losing Streak:........ 2 (2009, 2010, 2011) Most Goals:........................................ 23 (2012) Most Goals Allowed:...................... 10 (2010) Fewest Goals:................................... 10 (2008) Fewest Goals Allowed:.................... 4 (2009) Most Goals Avg.:.......................... 3.29 (2012) Most Goals Allowed Avg.:......... 1.07 (2010) Fewest Goals Avg.:...................... 1.67 (2009) Fewest Goals Allowed Avg.:..... 0.49 (2009) Most Shutouts:....................... 4 (2008, 2011) Consecutive Shutouts:.................... 5 (2009) Opponent Shutouts:........................ 3 (2011) Consecutive Opp. Shutouts:.............. never

Individual Records

GAME Most Goals:....................................................... 3 Mario Pinto vs. Newberry, 9/17/11; Mario Pinto vs. Tusculum, 10/10/12; Mario Pinto vs. Brevard, 10/13/12; Most Assists:..................................................... 2 Greg Lewandowski vs. Brevard, 10/21/09; Tom Clark vs. Newberry, 9/17/11; Mario Pinto vs. Carson-Newman, 11/1/11 Most Points:...................................................... 7 Mario Pinto vs. Brevard, 10/13/12 SEASON Most Goals:.............. 10 (Mario Pinto, 2012) Most Assists:.............. 3 (Mario Pinto, 2011) Most Points:............. 21 (Mario Pinto, 2012) Most Shots:.. 48 (Fernando Silveira, 2010) CAREER Most Goals:............ 20 (Mario Pinto, 2011-) Most Assists:............. 6 (Mario Pinto, 2011-) Most Points:........... 46 (Mario Pinto, 2011-) Most Shots:.......... 106 (Mario Pinto, 2011-)

Goalkeeper Records

GAME Most Saves:..................................................... 11 Michael Watkins vs. King, 9/7/11 Most Shots Faced:........................................ 28 Michael Watkins vs. Clayton State, 9/22/10 SEASON Most Wins:......... 5 (Michael Watkins, 2009; Marcel Barwanietz. 2012) Most Losses:...... 5 (Michael Watkins 2010) Most Saves:..... 45 (Michael Watkins 2010) Most Shutouts:. 4 (Michael Watkins, 2009, 2011) Most Minutes:........... 842 (Michael Watkins, 2010) Most Goals Against: 10 (Michael Watkins, 2010) Least Goals Against:..... 2 (Michael Watkins, 2009) CAREER Most Wins:.18 (Michael Watkins, 2008-11) Most Saves:.............. 112 (Michael Watkins, 2008-11) Most Shutouts:.......... 12 (Michael Watkins, 2008-11) Most Minutes:. 2635:48 (Michael Watkins, 2008-11)

Last Time It Happened at the LMU Soccer Field

For LMU Hat Trick:............................................ 10/13/12 Mario Pinto vs. Brevard Three Consecutive Games with a Goal:...... 2012, Mario Pinto More than 20 Shots....................... 10/31/12 28 vs. Catawba More than 10 Shots on Goal:...... 10/13/12 12 vs. Brevard More than 10 Saves:............................. Never Opponent Less than 10 Shots:... 10/10/12 6 vs. Tusculum For Opponents Hat Trick:............................................... 9/22/10 3, Ryan Pugh vs. #12 Clayton State


THIS IS LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY Lincoln Memorial University was founded in 1897 as a living memorial to Abraham Lincoln and his philosophy and ideals. Its inception dates from an occasion in the fall of 1863 when the President was meeting with General Oliver Otis Howard to discuss military operations in and around the Cumberland Gap and East Tennessee area. The President expressed his appreciation for the loyalty that the people of the region had shown to the Union during this time of Civil War. Pointing to the area on the map, Mr. Lincoln said, “General Howard, if you come out of all this horror and misery alive, and I hope that you may, I want you to do something for these people who have been shut out from the world all these years. If I live, I will do all I can to aid you and between us we may do them the justice they deserve. Please remember, and if God is good to us we may be able to speak of it later!” Mr. Lincoln did not live to see his dream fulfilled, but O.O. Howard (who also was a founder of Howard University) never forgot those words. In 1895, he traveled to the Cumberland Gap area to address a small academy that was operated by a Congregational minister, the Rev. A.A. Myers, and his wife Ellen. While he was there, the General remembered Lincoln’s request and joined with the Myers and several prominent friends to lay the groundwork for a university honoring the slain President. It was to be an institution whose mission and principles would exemplify the life of Abraham Lincoln. The philosophy articulated by these founders as a guide for University programs and curriculum was based on the following principles which were exemplified in the life of Abraham Lincoln: individual liberty; the privileges and responsibilities of the American government; love and respect for the fellow people; personal initiative, individual effort; unselfish leadership; an appreciation for the common people; free enterprise; and belief in a personal God. Now in its 117th year of operation, LMU has grown into a progressive university, offering over 30 majors. LMU’s Fall 2012 enrollment was 4,338 students and there were 153 faculty members at the main campus and twelve extended learning campus sites. The main campus is also home to the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum, which houses one of the largest Lincoln collections in the country.

Location: Harrogate, TN Founded: 1897 Fall 2012 Enrollment: 4,338 Nickname: Railsplitters Colors: Blue & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: South Atlantic Conference President: Dr. B. James Dawson Athletic Director: Roger Vannoy Director of Athletic Statistics: Bill Porter Director of Athletic Communications: Scott Erland Head Athletic Trainer: Don Grigsby Main Athletics Phone Number: 423.869.6285

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THE TRI-STATE AREA

An autumn morning at the Pinnacle -- Cumberland Gap National Historical Park The LMU campus is located in Harrogate, Tennessee, two miles south of where the states of Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky come together.

Fishing on Norris Lake

The three counties that compose the tri-state region (Claiborne in Tennessee, Bell in Kentucky and Lee in Virginia) are home to approximately 86,500 residents, with 10,500 of those living a short drive from campus through the Cumberland Gap Tunnel in nearby Middlesboro, Kentucky.

Knoxville, Tennessee

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Historic Martin’s Station Wilderness Road State Park -- Ewing, Virginia

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If one wants a “big city” atmosphere several cities or large metropolitan areas are within a three hour drive including: Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Morristown and the Tri-cities (Bristol, Kingsport and Johnson City) in Tennessee, Lexington, Richmond and Somerset in Kentucky, and Asheville, North Carolina. The area is rich in scenery and history with two national parks, five national forests, over 20 state parks, 15 lakes and numerous historic sites and museums all within a two hour drive from campus.

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TV/RADIO CHART

0

Zach Jacobsen 6-1 • Fr. • GK Frederick, MD

7

1

Marcel Barwanietz 6-1 • Jr. • GK Berlin, Germany

8

Christiano Diniz

Leonardo da Silva

14

16

5-9 • Fr. • M/D São José dos Campos, Brazil

Nathaniel Johnson 6-0 • So. • D/M London, England

21

Keegan Sanders 5-11 • Fr. • M Kennsaw, GA

5-10 • R-So. • F Itajubá, Brazil

Dylan Burnett 6-0 • Jr. • D/M Atoka, TN

23

Bryson Lehn 5-8 • Fr. • M Knoxville, TN

2

Callum Home

6-0 • Sr. • D East Kilbride, Scotland

9

George Burne 6-2 • Fr. • F Carlisle, England

17

Jordan Dooley 5-11 • Fr. • D Maryville, TN

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3

Phil Roulier 6-1 • Jr. • M/D Knoxville, TN

10

Mario Pinto

5-11 • Sr. • M/F Uberlândia, Brazil

18

Pedro Villa

5-9 • So. • M/F New Braunfels, TX

Yuri Passos

5-9 • Jr. • D Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

12

Alexandre Leão

6-0 • Fr. • M/F Ribeirão Preto, Brazil

19

Gus Rivera

5-8 • Jr. • M/D Maryville, TN

6

Alex Cassells

5-11 • Fr. • D/M London, England

13

Harry Solomons 5-8 • Fr. • D/F Leicester, England

20

Isaac Cummins 6-0 • So. • M/D Knoxville, TN

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Nick Boegemann

Johnny Bracewell

Helio D’Anna

Adriano de Moraes

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

6-2 • Fr. • M Johnson City, TN

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5-5 • Fr. • F Johnson City, TN

Diego Deschamp Graduate Assistant Coach

Talon Stroud

Volunteer Assistant Coach


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AWAY

AWAY

AWAY

HOME

Sept. 5

Sept. 8

Sept. 11

Sept. 14

Sept. 18

6:00 p.m.

8:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

Eckerd

Alabama-Huntsville

North Georgia

Coker

Montevallo

Montevallo, Ala.

Huntsville, Ala.

Dahlonega, Ga.

Hartsville, S.C.

Harrogate, Tenn.

HOME

HOME

AWAY

AWAY

HOME

Sept. 21

Sept. 25

Sept. 28

Oct. 5

Oct. 9

3:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

Newberry

Mars Hill

Lenoir-Rhyne

Brevard

Carson-Newman

Harrogate, Tenn.

Harrogate, Tenn.

Hickory, N.C.

Brevard, N.C.

Harrogate, Tenn.

HOME

HOME

AWAY

AWAY

HOME

Oct. 12

Oct. 17

Oct. 19

Oct. 23

Oct. 26

3:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

Queens

Trevecca Nazarene

Anderson

Tusculum

Catawba

Harrogate, Tenn.

Harrogate, Tenn.

Anderson, S.C.

Greeneville, Tenn.

Harrogate, Tenn.

AWAY

HOME

HOME/AWAY

NEUTRAL

Oct. 30

Nov. 2

Nov. 6

7:00 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

TBA

Nov. 8 & 10

Lees-McRae

Wingate

SAC Quarterfinal

SAC Championship

Banner Elk, N.C.

Harrogate, Tenn.

Higher Seed

Rock Hill, S.C.

TBA


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