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2009 ROSTER Alphabetical Roster NO. 16 18 2 8 20 4 14 0 3 11 15 12 13 17 5 19 22 6 23 7 00 24 10 9 21

NAME ROBERTO CADIHLE ROBERT CARRICK LEWIS CLACK KYLE CONRAD SAM CRAVEN JOE CUNDALL ANTHONY DESPERITO MATT DICERBO CHRISTIAN DONERT TOM GOLDIE SCOTT GORDON TOMMY GUERRA ROBBIE HANNON JAVIER JIMENEZ JOEL JULIO DAVID KUNIN BRENT LAWLER SCOTT MCCUBBIN LUKE MAGILL MATTHEW PRICKETT ALESSANDRO SALVATORE JON SCHATZ GABE TABOADA PAULO VAZ STEFAN WOLF

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

HT. 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-4 5-7 6-4 5-8 6-2 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-3 5-9 5-6 6-2 6-2

WT. 140 155 180 165 180 170 170 205 180 145 190 150 165 135 175 130 185 150 170 155 185 170 160 180 170

CL. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL FR. JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA / GLENVISTA HS GR. BERKSHIRE, ENGLAND / OXFORD BROOKES JR. FARNBOROUGH, ENGLAND / NORTH IOWA AREA CC JR. JENSEN BEACH, FLORIDA / JENSEN BEACH HS JR. NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND / BECKETT SCHOOL JR. DEWSBURY,ENGLAND / HECKMONWIKE GRAMMER FR. BAYPORT, N.Y. / ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DHS SO. BOCA RATON, FLA. / LENOIR RHYNE SO. PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL / UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE DU SOL SR. HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, ENGLAND / UNIVERSITY OF MAINE JR. BOCA RATON, FLA. / MERCER UNIVERITY FR. DOMAGNANO, ITALY / GEORGES LEMAITRE HS FR. KENT, ENGLAND / OAKWOOD PARK GRAMMAR SO. GENEVA, SWITZERLAND / INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF GENEVA FR. QUARTEIRA, PORTUGAL / ESCOLA SECUNDARIA DR. AYRES FR. ROME, ITALY / AMERICAN OVERSEAS SCHOOL FR. JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA / TUKS COMBINE SCHOOL GR.BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, ENGLAND / NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY SO. NEWPORT, CONN. / UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA GR. HULL, ENGLAND / UNIVERSITY OF HULL JR. AUSTIN, TEXAS / CEDAR PARK HS FR. HAWORTH, N.J. / NORTHERN VALLEY REGIONAL HS SR. BOCA RATON, FLA. / AMERICAN HERITAGE SO. SANTA CATARINA, BRAZIL / CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY SO. ROSTOCK, GERMANY / BERRY COLLEGE

By Class GRADUATE - 3 SENIORS – 2 JUNIORS – 6 SOPHOMORES – 6 FRESHMEN - 8

HEAD COACH: JOHN ROOTES ASSISTANT COACHES: ERIC ABREU, STUART HAYERS & MICHAEL ARAUJO

Numerical Roster NO. 0 00 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

NAME MATT DICERBO ALESSANDRO SALVATORE LEWIS CLACK CHRISTIAN DONERT JOE CUNDALL JOEL JULIO SCOTT MCCUBBIN MATTHEW PRICKETT KYLE CONRAD PAULO VAZ GABE TABOADA TOM GOLDIE TOMMY GUERRA ROBBIE HANNON ANTHONY DESPERITO SCOTT GORDON ROBERTO CADIHLE JAVIER JIMENEZ ROBERT CARRICK DAVID KUNIN SAM CRAVEN STEFAN WOLF BRENT LAWLER LUKE MAGILL JON SCHATZ

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

HT. 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-7 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-6 5-7 5-8 6-2 6-2 6-4 5-10 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-9

WT. 205 185 180 180 170 175 150 155 165 180 160 145 150 165 170 190 140 135 155 130 180 170 185 170 170

CL. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL SO. BOCA RATON, FLA. / LENOIR RHYNE JR. AUSTIN, TEXAS / CEDAR PARK HS JR. FARNBOROUGH, ENGLAND / NORTH IOWA AREA CC SO. PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL / UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE DU SOL JR. DEWSBURY,ENGLAND / HECKMONWIKE GRAMMER FR. QUARTEIRA, PORTUGAL / ESCOLA SECUNDARIA DR. AYRES GR.BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, ENGLAND / NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY GR. HULL, ENGLAND / UNIVERSITY OF HULL JR. JENSEN BEACH, FLORIDA / JENSEN BEACH HS SO. SANTA CATARINA, BRAZIL / CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY SR. BOCA RATON, FLA. / AMERICAN HERITAGE SR. HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, ENGLAND / UNIVERSITY OF MAINE FR. DOMAGNANO, ITALY / GEORGES LEMAITRE HS FR. KENT, ENGLAND / OAKWOOD PARK GRAMMAR FR. BAYPORT, N.Y. / ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DHS JR. BOCA RATON, FLA. / MERCER UNIVERITY FR. JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA / GLENVISTA HS SO. GENEVA, SWITZERLAND/INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF GENEVA GR. BERKSHIRE, ENGLAND / OXFORD BROOKES FR. ROME, ITALY / AMERICAN OVERSEAS SCHOOL JR. NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND / BECKETT SCHOOL SO. ROSTOCK, GERMANY / BERRY COLLEGE FR. JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA / TUKS COMBINE SCHOOL SO. NEWPORT, CONN. / UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FR. HAWORTH, N.J. / NORTHERN VALLEY REGIONAL HS

HEAD COACH: JOHN ROOTES ASSISTANT COACHES: ERIC ABREU, STUART HAYERS & MICHAEL ARAJOU

By Location ENGLAND - 8 FLORIDA - 4 BRAZIL - 2 ITALY - 2 SOUTH AFRICA - 2 CONNECTICUT - 1 GERMANY - 1 NEW JERSEY - 1 NEW YORK - 1 PORTUGAL - 1 SWITZERLAND -1 TEXAS - 1


INFORMATION QUICK FACTS Location......................Boca Raton, Fla., 33431 Founded .....................................................1962 Enrollment .................................................2,410 Nickname .................................Fighting Knights Colors ...............................Royal Blue and White Affiliation...................................NCAA Division II Conference ....................Sunshine State (1997) President................................Dr. Kevin M. Ross Senior Vice President....... Gregory J. Malfitano Athletics Director .........................Kristen Moraz

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ....................................John Rootes Record at Lynn.........................18-2 (Two years) Career Record ........................298-97-22 (.741) National Championships/Last..............1/1989 Trainer...........................................Lance Neinas Assistant Coaches .............................Eric Abreu ......................................................Stuart Hayers ....................................................Michael Araujo

PROGRAM HISTORY First Season ...............................................1986 All-Time Record ......................407-55-21 (.864) All-Time SSC Record ..................62-11-1 (.845) SSC Regular Season Titles/Last ..........5/2008 SSC TournamentTitles/Last..................3/2008 National Championships/Last..............3/2003 NCAA Appearances/Last ....................10/2008 All-Time Post-Season Appearances...............19 All-Time Post-Season Record .....60-17-3 (.769)

SPORTS INFORMATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Office of Sports Information at Lynn University, under the direction of Chad Beattie, is responsible for the day-to-day publicity efforts of its 11 NCAA Division II sports for men and women. The primary functions of the Lynn University Sports Information Office are to service and accommodate the media in its coverage of the entire intercollegiate athletics department.

2009 ROSTER ..............INSIDE FRONT COVER INFORMATION, QUICK FACTS, TOC ................1 MEDIA POLICIES ..............................................2 SEASON OUTLOOK ..........................................3 LYNN ATHLETICS POINTS OF PRIDE ..............4 COACHING STAFF ............................................5 MEN’S SOCCER POINTS OF PRIDE ................9 PLAYER PROFILES ........................................10 NEWCOMER PROFILES ................................19 2009 OPPONENTS........................................21 2008 SEASON STATISTICS ..........................25 2008 SEASON RESULTS ..............................28 ALL-TIME RECORDS ......................................29 ALL-TIME ROSTER..........................................35 ALL-TIME OPPONENTS ..................................37 ALL-TIME SEASON RESULTS ........................38 ALL-TIME POSTSEASON HONORS ................41 UNIVERSITY FACTS........................................43 SENIOR ADMINISTRATION ............................45 ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT ............................46 COACHING STAFF ..........................................48 ATHLETICS ....................................................49 FACILITIES......................................................50 SSC INFORMATION........................................51 2009 SCHEDULE .........................BACK COVER

The Sports Information Office, located in the de Hoernle Center, handles a myriad of press services, including, but not limited to, the issuance of credentials, the publication of media guides, game programs and press notes as well as maintaining statistics and upkeep of the website. Members of the Sports Information Office will assist you with any day-of-game needs, including player and coach information, in-game statistics and post-game notes and quotes. Journalists and media covering Lynn University Athletics benefit from working in a professional and comfortable environment. Members of the Sports Information staff are on call virtually every day of the year, ‘round the clock in an effort to enhance the coverage of Lynn University athletics. Please kindly adhere to the following guidelines when covering Lynn University athletics during the 2009-010 academic year.

ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT EXCERPT FROM

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 record ................................................18-2 SSC record ....................................................7-1 Final National/Regional Ranking.........8th/2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...................8/11 Starters Returning/Lost ...............................5/6

SPORTS INFORMATION CONTACTS SID/Soccer Contact ......................Chad Beattie Beattie’s Office Phone.............(561) 237-7341 Beattie’s Cell Phone ................(561) 414-9660 Beattie’s email address.......cbeattie@lynn.edu Assistant SID ...............................Jeff Messman Messman’s Office....................(561) 237-7279 Messman’s Cell .......................(561) 755-3433 Messman’s Email.............jmessman@lynn.edu Sports Information Fax ............(561) 237-7409

Overnight Address: Sports Information 3601 North Military Trail Boca Raton, FL 33431-5598

The role of the athletic program is to support the overall University mission. Intercollegiate competition has been an integral part of higher education in America for more than a century. The University endorses the concept of “Athletics as Education” described in the policy statement adopted by the American Council on Education in 1984, which cites key contributions of athletics to the individual, the institution, and society as a whole, as follows: “Among these contribtuions are the development of discipline, teamwork and self-confidence of individuals who particpate, the improvment and substance of institutional reputations and morale, and the heightening of visibility that aids in recruitment of students and financial contributions.” The basic premise underlying these very positive contributions is that athletics is, and must continue to be, an important part of the educational process.

CREDITS The 2009 Lynn University Men’s Soccer Media Guide is a product of the Lynn University Sports Information Office. The Guide was written and produced by Chad Beattie. All Studio photography by Brad Broome and action shots by JC Ridley, Teisha Huggins and Stephen Spartana. Layout and design by Rob Gertzman & Chad Beattie.

2009 LYNN MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


MEDIA POLICIES GAMEDAY SERVICES Prior to all home contests, members of the media will be supplied with the latest information including up-to-date statistics, current rosters, media guides and game notes when applicable. At halftime and following each contest, statistics will be furnished as well. Media members needing space to file post-game stories will be provided a desk and phone lines somewhere in close proximity to the site of the event. A fax machine will also be provided to members of the media as well.

GAMEDAY INTERVIEW PROCEDURES Following the NCAA-mandated 10-minute cooling-off period Lynn University coaches and student-athletes will be made available to address the media post-game. Members of the media should inform a Lynn University Sports Information representative as to whom they wish to speak with following the game to make the process flow smoothly. As a general rule all Lynn coaches and student-athletes will be unavailable for comment on gamedays prior to the start of competition. The interviews will generally take place in a pre-determined area adjacent to or in the immediate proximity of the particular team’s locker room or bench area. Every effort will be made to make visiting coaches and studentathletes available to the media as well. All locker room facilities and the training room are off limits to the media at all times.

NON-GAMEDAY INTERVIEWS All interviews with Lynn University coaches and student-athletes will be arranged through the Sports Information Office with at least 24 hours notice given. Coaches can normally be contacted in their offices during the mornings while interviews with student-athletes are encouraged to be conducted either prior to or following practice. Media wishing to attend practice must make arrangements at least 24 hours in advance but are subject to closure at the discretion of the head coach or athletics administration.

CREDENTIALS Credentials for all Lynn University home contests are available to members of the working print and electronic media. Simply contact the Sports Information Office to be credentialed. For members of the local media, all-sport credentials will be issued.

2008 SSC All-Tournament Team

MEDIA FOLLOWING THE FIGHTING KNIGHTS Media Associated Press-Miami Boca Raton News Miami Herald Palm Beach Post Sun-Sentinel WPTV-Channel 5 WPBF-Channel 25 WPEC--Channel 12 ESPN Radio Collegiate Sports SSC Office

Phone (800) 824-5498 (561) 893-6625 (800) 866-3375 (800) 432-7595 (800) 776-6979 (561) 653-5730 (561) 694-2525 (561) 882-0818 (561) 697-8353 (561) 570-5726 (407) 248-8460

IN CYBERSPACE Lynn University athletic information including, but not limited to rosters, schedules, statistics, releases and game notes can be accessed through the University’s official website at www.lynn.edu/athletics. Information of Lynn University’s Sunshine State Conference opponents can be accessed through the SSC’s official website at www.sunshinestateconference.com.

NCAA GUIDELINES AND THE MEDIA Media members should be aware of several NCAA Rules that apply to student-athletes. If there is ever a question if any mediarelated activity or event involving a Lynn University student-athlete could evolve into a possible NCAA violation, contact the Office of Sports Information for an interpretation. Areas of concern include: Coaches and University Officials cannot make comments on prospective student-

Fax (305) 594-9265 (561) 893-6677 (305) 376-2295 (561) 820-4481 (954) 356-4676 (561) 653-5719 (561) 624-1089 (561) 881-0731 (561) 697-8525 (561) 393-6376 (407)248-8325

Contact Person N/A Mario Sarmento Sports Desk Marcus Nelson Craig Barnes Ryan Lieber Jim Abath Pat Murphy Lance Davis Dan Dzurnak Kelly Harrison

athletes until they sign a National Letter of Intent. A coach cannot comment on a prospective student-athlete who verbally commits to an institution. Moreover, the Office of Sports Information cannot release any information of prospective studentathletes until a signed National Letter of Intent is received. Coaches and athletic staff are not permitted to write guest columns for publications. Do not ask student-athletes to endorse products. Commercial photographers cannot provide student-athletes or their families with images free of charge. Student-athletes may not be used in advertisements or endorsements of products, including media-related publications or on radio. Student-athletes are not permitted to conduct interviews for 1-900 services.


SEASON OUTLOOK L

ynn University’s men’s soccer team took a big hit with the graduation of five All-Americans but just as it has always done, it reloaded. The Fighting Knights brought in 17 new players to go along with eight returning letterwinners in hopes for a run at the 2009 NCAA Division II National Championship. “We had a great run last year [going 18-2] and that was due in large part to the experience and leadership of five AllAmericans,” said head coach John Rootes. “Are we going to replace them all at once? No, no one can do that. You have to plug your holes and develop young players and I think we’ve done a very good job of that with our incoming class.” Of the 17 new student-athletes, 12 are underclassmen and the five remaining are transfers with two years of eligibility left. With a lot of new faces, team cohesion could be a problem but Coach Rootes isn’t worried too much. The Knights’ schedule is forgiving early on before getting into the always difficult Sunshine State Conference. Lynn takes on two teams in the NSCAA preseason top-25 in Tampa and West Florida but also plays the likes of previouslyranked schools such as Clayton State and Christian Brothers. “We have a favorable schedule to start off the season where I hope, combined with our preseason, the guys learn to play together. The team can’t overlook our first road trip because it’s difficult to travel to Arkansas but if we can win there it would go a long way in helping our cause on our next trip to Georgia and South Carolina. “Those early trips will really prepare us for our grueling conference season and give us a leg up when it comes to the NCAA Tournament selection process.” The Blue & White boast a big strong team with lots of depth, something that was lacking last season. Paired with the fact the returning players have come back extremely fit, LU hopes its lack of experience won’t be a weakness.

FORWARD

and Jon Schatz also will fight for playing time.

Sophomore Paulo Vaz has big shoes to fill up top as the primary goal scorer after replacing All-American and MLS first round draft pick Jean Alexandre and his 20 goals. Vaz, though, is up to the challenge. No slacker himself, he tallied 12 goals and was ranked 34th in the nation for goals per game as a freshman at Central Methodist. Junior Robert Carrick has also shown promise up top, displaying a solid shot away from the net. The Knights also have the luxury of moving Taboada, Conrad and Wolf to forward as each has a knack for finding the back of the net.

DEFENSE

MIDFIELD Midfield is the area with the most depth for the Fighting Knights as 13 players have experience there. Christian Donert will continue his role in the middle where he excelled last year as a freshman. A great defensive player, he will look get more involved offensively. Sophomore Luke Magill and junior Scott McCubbin will join Donert in the middle with Magill taking on an offensive role to McCubbin’s defensive presence. All three players have a tireless work ethic and endless amount of endurance. Seniors Tom Goldie and Matt Prickett have showed tremendous gains from last season with Goldie figuring in as a defensive substitution and Prickett seeing field time as a finisher. The outside wings will have a three-man rotation with junior Kyle Conrad and senior Gabe Taboada leading the charge. That duo combined for nearly a quarter of the team’s offensive output last year. Opposing teams won’t receive much of a breather when either hits the bench and new addition Stefan Wolf enters the field. The sophomore transfer was named the Southern States Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year last season and should be able to use his speed outside. Sophomore Javier Jiminez gained valuable experience the previous year and figures into the Knights plans’ while freshmen Roberto Cadihle, Tommy Guerra, Joel Julio

One of the more intact units remaining, two starters return to a defense with height and the ability to possess the ball. All-SSC Second Team honoree Sam Craven (6-foot2) and Joe Cundall, both juniors, are back but competition is fierce with the additions of junior Scott Gordon (6-foot-4) as well as freshmen Brent Lawler (6-foot-2) and David Kunin (5-foot-10). A spring enrollee who has gained familiarity with the team, Gordon has the speed, size and strength to anchor the middle and could be a nice pairing with Craven. The four remaining players, though, could be interchangeable in myriad of ways with Lawler seeing time in the middle and right, Craven in the middle and left, and Cundall and Kunin both on the outside. Vying for competition with the quintet is freshmen Lewis Clack and Anthony Desperito. Both Clack and Desperito have size (6-foot-2) and skill to compete and could crack the lineup after more practice time.

GOALKEEPER Lynn has put a goalie on the All-SSC team in each of the last six seasons and will be looking to extend that streak among a trio of players. The battle rages between sophomore Matt DiCerbo, junior Alessandro Salvatore and freshman Robbie Hannon. DiCerbo has the most experience of the group, having started for much of last season at Lenoir-Rhyne. His unflappable and solid all-around play will make it hard to keep him off the pitch. No stranger to LU, Salvatore returns to the Knights after a two-year hiatus. He exhibits great athletic ability as well as a propensity to make the acrobatic save. Hannon will push for playing time as well as learn what it takes to compete at the Division II level.

2009 LYNN MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


ATHLETICS POINTS OF PRIDE Lynn University has won three men’s soccer national championships (1987, 1991 & 2003) The Fighting Knights have reached the post-season in 20 of the program’s 23 years Lynn has earned 77 All-SSC selections in 11 years, an average of seven honorees a season The men’s soccer program has the second most All-Americans amongst all intercollegiate athletics at Lynn with 80 selections Lynn has had at least one All-American the last six seasons and in 22 of 23 years overall. The Fighting Knights have claimed eight Sunshine State Conference regular season and tournament titles since joining the league in 1998 In the three seasons LU won a national championship, the men’s soccer program boasts a 67-1-4 (.958) record Lynn has two unbeaten seasons in its 22-year history The Fighting Knights have averaged just over 17 wins a season since 1986 while recording five seasons of at least 20 victories Lynn has garnered 25 Academic All-American awards, most among the 11 athletic programs The Men’s Soccer program has been recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for the Team Academic Award every year since its inception in 1998. Jean Alexandre became the first men’s soccer player at Lynn to garner Sunshine State Conference Player and Offensive Player of the Year honors Alexandre is the highest drafted student-athlete in school history after being the 12th overall selection by Real Salt Lake in the Major League Soccer Superdraft

Back Row (L-R): Asst. Coach Michael Araujo, Head Coach John Rootes, Luke Magill, Brent Lawler, Christian Donert, Robbie Hannon, Alessandro Salvatore, Matt DiCerbo, Scott Gordon, Sam Craven, Lewis Clack, Asst. Coach Stuart Hayers, Asst. Athletic Trainer Lance Neinas Middle Row (L-R): Scott McCubbin, David Kunin, Joel Julio, Kyle Conrad, Robert Carrick, Stefan Wolf, Joe Cundall, Jon Schatz, Paulo Vaz Front Row (L-R): Matt Prickett, Anthony Desperito, Javier Jimenez, Tom Goldie, Gabe Taboada, Tommy Guerra, Roberto Cadihle


COACHING STAFF J

ohn Rootes begins his second season as head coach of the Lynn University men’s soccer team. Not daunted by inheriting one of the top NCAA Division II programs in the country, he led the Fighting Knights to the best record in the nation (18-2) while winning Sunshine State Conference regular season and tournament titles. Through 21 years of coaching, Rootes has posted a 298-97-22 (.741) career mark and brought four schools, Lynn, Savannah College of Art and Design, Clayton State and Southern New Hampshire, to the postseason.

2ND SEASON

Head Coach JOHN ROOTES

On top of helping the Blue & White reach the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive year and 10th overall, he oversaw a five-man senior class that earned All-America accolades and successfully converted defensive midfielder Jean Alexandre into one of the top forwards in the nation. Alexandre later became the highest drafted student-athlete in Lynn history when he was the 12th overall pick by Real Salt Lake in the Major League Soccer Superdraft. Formerly the head coach at Savannah College of Art and Design, Rootes became the fourth coach in program history on March 31, 2008. He brought with him a proven track record, one in which he averaged just over 14 wins a season and reached the postseason 11 times, winning the 1989 NCAA Division II National Championship at SNHU. Amassing a 47-26-2 (.627) record in four years at SCAD, Rootes led the Bees to the NAIA Region XIV Tournament finals in three consecutive seasons. In just his second year at Savannah, he established the program record for wins (13-4-1) while earning the program’s first national ranking (as high as no. 18) and postseason appearance. A new challenge awaited Rootes at Clayton State as he took over a program that had only two winning seasons prior to his arrival. Three years into his tenure, the Lakers posted an 18-3-1 record and earned their first Peach Belt Championship and NCAA Regional bid. CSU would go on to record a 69-38-9 (.634) mark during his six-year stay, winning two conference championships and securing a pair of NCAA bids. During his time at SNHU, Rootes compiled a 169-30-11 (.831) record and elevated the program to national prominence. In 10 seasons, the Penmen were consistently ranked in the Intercollegiate Soccer Association of America National Top 10 and earned three 20-win seasons, six NCAA Division II Tournament bids, four appearances in the Elite Eight and an NCAA National Championship in 1989. Nine of his players were named NSCAA All-Americans and 15 have gone on to professional soccer careers. Prior to becoming a head coach in New Hampshire, Rootes worked as the senior assistant coach under I.M. Ibrahim at NCAA Division I powerhouse Clemson University. While with the Tigers, he helped the school to the 1987 National Championship and the 1988 World Collegiate Championship. As a player, Rootes was a four-year starter for legendary coach Barry Barto at Philadelphia College of Textiles & Sciences (now Philadelphia University) and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Rootes led Textile to an undefeated season and a No. 1ranking in the final coaches' poll in 1980, and guided UNLV to its first NCAA Tournament bid in 1983. Rootes was honored twice as an NSCAA All-West striker and was a member of the 1984 United States Amateur team. He also played two years of professional soccer for the Boston Storm in 1994 and 1995. Rootes holds a U.S. Soccer Federation "A" license, an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and a master's degree in sport science. Rootes and his wife, Alicia, have two children, Savannah (9) and Thomas (6).

Career STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 TOTALS

INSTITUTION Lynn SCAD SCAD SCAD SCAD Clayton State Clayton State Clayton State Clayton State Clayton State Clayton State S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire S. New Hampshire 20 YEARS

OVERAL CONFERENCE RECORD RECORD POST SEASON 18-2 7-1 NCAA Division II Regional 13-5-0 7-3-0 NAIA Region XIV Finalist 13-6-1 6-3-1 NAIA Region XIV Finalist 13-4-1 7-3-1 NAIA Region XIV Finalist 7-12-0 4-8-0 11-6-1 6-3-0 12-4-2 2-2-2 11-4-5 5-0-1 NCAA Division II Regional 18-3-1 4-3-0 NCAA Division II Regional 7-12-0 2-5-0 7-13-0 1-6-0 17-2-2 NCAA Division II Regional 13-2-2 16-4-0 NCAA Division II Regional 14-2-2 15-2-2 20-3-1 NCAA Division II Regional 15-5-0 15-7-0 NCAA Division II Regional 21-2-2 NCAA Division II National Championship 22-2-0 NCAA Division II Regional; #1 in final poll 298-97-22 (.741) 12 POST-SEASON APPEARANCES 1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP


COACHING STAFF E

ric Abreu enters his 19th season as an assistant men’s soccer coach at Lynn University. A native of Madeira, Portugal, Abreu served as LU’s head men’s golf coach for 11 years. Over the last several years he has been an integral part of helping the men’s soccer program to a national championship and the men’s golf team to two Sunshine State Conference titles and a pair of NCAA Championship appearances.

19TH SEASON

Assistant Coach ERIC ABREU

A former professional soccer player, Abreu spent 21 years honing his skills in South Africa, Hong Kong, the Phillipines, New Zealand, Japan and Australia. He was chosen to represent both Japan and Hong Kong in league elect matches. Following the completion of his playing career, Abreu came to Lynn, arriving in 1985 as an assistant to then-coach Roy Wiggemansen. Instrumental in recruiting a number of key players which helped to begin the storied history of Fighting Knight soccer, Abreu was a member of the coaching staff in 1987 as the Knights captured the first-ever national title in school history. Abreu left Boca Raton in 1989 to spend four years in Europe, returning in 1993 as the head women’s golf coach, a position he held for one year before assuming control of the men’s golf program in 1994. Under his direction, the men’s golf team claimed the 1996 NAIA National Title. In the fall of 1996, he rejoined the men’s soccer staff under former coach Shaun Pendleton and has been on the LU bench ever since. Born Eric Agostinho Abreu on Feb. 28, 1945, he is currently single and resides in Boca Raton.

Head Coaching RECORDS YEAR 2008 TOTALS

RECORD 18-2 18-2

.PCT .900 .900

GF 74 74

GA 18 18

SHF/A 8/0 8/0

YEAR 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003* 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991* TOTALS

RECORD 15-3-1 15-2 16-3 12-5 22-0-1 16-1 17-2 17-2 15-3-1 18-1 19-2 12-4-4 16-4-1 18-6-1 23-1 20-3-1 22-0-2 293-42-12

.PCT .816 .882 .842 .706 .978 .941 .895 .895 .816 .947 .905 .700 .786 .740 .958 .854 .958 .862

GF 57 46 88 45 86 67 58 63 47 62 58 44 77 65 131 65 82 1141

GA 17 10 22 19 21 9 13 17 12 7 11 17 21 24 11 19 17 267

SHF/A 9/1 10/0 7/0 5/2 6/0 10/0 13/0 8/2 12/2 13/0 13/1 10/6 10/0 12/1 16/0 13/2 10/0 177/17

YEAR 1990 TOTALS

RECORD 17-4-2 17-4-2

.PCT .783 .783

GF 68 68

GA 29 29

SHF/A 7/1 7/1

YEAR 1989 1988 1987* 1986 TOTALS

RECORD 18-5-4 19-0-1 23-1-1 19-1-1 79-7-7

.PCT .741 .975 .940 .929 .887

GF 67 63 73 65 268

GA 25 13 11 11 60

SHF/A 12/4 12/0 15/1 15/0 54/5

COACH JOHN ROOTES 1 YEAR

SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN SHAUN

COACH PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON PENDLETON 16 YEARS

COACH ROBBIE CHURCH 1 YEAR

ROY ROY ROY ROY

COACH WIGGEMANSEN WIGGEMANSEN WIGGEMANSEN WIGGEMANSEN 4 YEARS

* NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

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ichael Araujo begins his second season as an assistant men’s soccer coach at Lynn University. A former player at Lynn, he starred on the inaugural men’s soccer team and helped the Fighting Knights claim the first ever national championship for the school.

2ND SEASON

Assistant Coach MICHAEL ARAUJO

In his two-years in Blue & White, Arajou recorded 18 goals, 19 assists and 55 points, leading the team in assists his first year and topping all players in goals (14) and points (37) during the national championship season. Following his collegiate career, he went on to play professional soccer for 12 years in the U.S., Africa, Europe, Canada and Northern Ireland, including three seasons with the Cincinnati Silverbacks and Sacramento Kicks indoor professional soccer teams. He was selected to the CSL All-Star team and was chosen as the MVP of the South African Super bowl in 1998. In addition to working with Lynn, Arajou is the boys director of coaching for the Team Boca Club Soccer team. In 2008, he led the boys U18 team to the Florida State Championship and continued on further than any Florida team into the semifinals of the Southern Club Soccer Regionals. He has been a staff coach and trainer with Team Boca since 1992. Born in South Africa, Arajou was a member of the South African Youth National Team where he was their captain at age 16. He holds a USSF National Youth and National B License, as well as a NSCAA Advanced National License.

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tuart Hayers begins his first season as an assistant coach for the Lynn University men’s soccer team following a stellar three-year playing career with the Fighting Knights. Hayers will be responsible for in-game strategies, recruiting, strength and conditioning and travel arrangements. A three-year starter for the Blue & White, Hayers left as one of the premiere left backs in the country. Joining the team in 2006 as a midfielder, the Cardiff, Wales native was shifted to defense late in the season, excelling in the move. Over the next two seasons, Lynn’s defense recorded 17 shutouts and held opponents to a 0.88 goals-against average, due in large part to his contributions. Hayers closed out his career with two goals, 12 assists and 18 points while being honored as a Daktronics All-American as a senior and twice being named CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine First Team Academic AllAmerica. Born January 20, 1982, Hayers earned a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration from Lynn in May of 2008 and is currently pursuing a Masters in Business Administration.

1ST SEASON

Assistant Coach STUART HAYERS


POINTS OF PRIDE Lynn University has won three men’s soccer national championships (1987, 1991 & 2003) The Fighting Knights have reached the post-season in 20 of the program’s 23 years Lynn has earned 77 All-SSC selections in 11 years, an average of seven honorees a season The men’s soccer program has the second most All-Americans amongst all intercollegiate athletics at Lynn with 80 selections Lynn has had at least one All-American the last six seasons and in 22 of 23 years overall. The Fighting Knights have claimed eight Sunshine State Conference regular season and tournament titles since joining the league in 1998 In the three seasons LU won a national championship, the men’s soccer program boasts a 67-1-4 (.958) record Lynn has two unbeaten seasons in its 22-year history The Fighting Knights have averaged just over 17 wins a season since 1986 while recording five seasons of at least 20 victories Lynn has garnered 25 Academic All-American awards, most among the 11 athletic programs The Men’s Soccer program has been recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for the Team Academic Award every year since its inception in 1998. Jean Alexandre became the first men’s soccer player at Lynn to garner Sunshine State Conference Player and Offensive Player of the Year honors Alexandre is the highest drafted student-athlete in school history after being the 12th overall selection by Real Salt Lake in the Major League Soccer Superdraft

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PLAYER PROFILES Junior (2008): Appeared in six games…made his first appearance in Lynn’s 3-0 victory over Embry-Riddle (9/6).

5-7, 145 LBS

Senior Midfielder

TOM GOLDIE

Sophomore (2006): Appeared in five games making one start…earned his first start and appearance of the season on the road against Harding (9/10)…attempted his only shot of the year in a 5-2 victory over Palm Beach Atlantic (10/7).

HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, ENGLAND UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

Freshman (2005): Played for Travers Evans at the University of Maine...saw action in 15 games, starting one on a squad that went 2-11-2...one of eight players to participate in every game. High School: Played for coach Graham Brown at St. Clement Danes School just outside of London. Represented both District and County schoolboy teams the past four years. Four-year starter for St. Clement Dane Schools and led team to two District titles as leading scorer. Played for Beaconsfield F.C. U18 team. Personal: Born Thomas William Goldie in Watford, England...son of Tom and Amanda Goldie... communications major...lists traveling, playing golf and listening to music as his hobbies...describes himself as positive, dedicated, easy-going and fun.

Career STATISTICS YEAR *2005 2006 2008 TOTALS

GP-GS 15-1 5-1 6-0 26-2

GOALS 0 0 0 0

ASSISTS 0 0 0 0

* STATISTICS FROM UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

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POINTS 0 0 0 0

SHOTS N/A 1 0 1

SHOT % GW N/A 0 .000 0 .N/A 0 .000 0


PLAYER PROFILES Graduate (2008): Appeared in six games…attacking midfielder who recorded one goal, two assists and four points on three shots…had one multi-point game…made his first appearance on the road against AlabamaHuntsville (8/28)…notched his first goal and assist, tallying three points in total, in an 8-0 victory at Harding (8/31)…picked up his second assist in Lynn’s 10-0 win over Florida Southern (10/29).

5-9, 155 LBS

Graduate Midfielder

MATTHEW PRICKETT HULL, ENGLAND UNIVERSITY OF HULL

Career STATISTICS YEAR 2008 TOTALS

Personal: Born Matthew James Prickett on May 29, 1985 in Nottinghamshire, England…son of Adam and Claire Prickett…has two brothers, Andrew and Mark (22)…studying for his MS in Mass Communication and Media…enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time…lists “Anchorman” as his favorite movie and “The Strokes/Albert Hammond” as his favorite musicians…describes himself as modest, ambitious and creative.

GP-GS 6-0 6-0

GOALS 1 1

ASSISTS 2 2

POINTS 4 4

SHOTS 3 3

SHOT % .333 .333

GW 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES Junior (2008): Appeared in 19 games, starting 15 matches…Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference selection…broke previous career-highs in nearly every category, tallying eight goals, 10 assists and 26 points on 39 shots…notched notched two multi-assist and one multi-goal game…recorded three game-winning assists…tied for the team lead in assists and was fifth in goals and points…tied for fourth in the SSC for assists and tied for fifth in assists per game (0.53)…ranked 24th in the nation in assists per game…turned in a career-high three assists as the Fighting Knights won 4-0 on the road against Alabama-Huntsville (8/28) in their seasonopener…notched a career-best seven points in an 8-0 victory at Harding (8/31), recording his first hat trick and logging an assist…had a pair of assists in a 5-0 win over defending NCAA Division II national champions Franklin Pierce (9/11)…assisted on the game-winning goal in a 5-1 victory at rival Barry (9/20)…assisted on the gamewinning goal and later put the finishing touches on with a score in the Knights’ 4-1 win at Florida Tech (10/11)…helped Lynn reach the NCAA South Region finals with the game-winning assist in a 5-2 victory over West Florida (11/14). Sophomore (2007): Appeared in 18 games, starting 16 matches…returned from a devastating knee injury to record six goals, nine assists and 21 points on 32 shots, all career-highs…added a game-winning goal and two gamewinning assists…was second on the team in assists, third in points and tied for fourth in goals…recorded points in 10 games with one multi-goal and two multi-assist matches…assisted on the game-winning goal in a 4-1 win at Alabama-Huntsville (8/26), marking the first of four consecutive games with at least a point…recorded his second career multi-goal game while adding an assist in a 7-0 thumping of Harding (8/28)…assisted on the final goal in a 3-0 win at Delta State (8/30)…recorded the gamewinning assist in a 1-0 win against Christian Brothers (9/7)…scored a goal and assisted on two others in a 9-0 blowout at Florida Southern (9/15), the first of four consecutive games with a point…recorded an assist in LU’s 4-0 win against Florida Tech (9/19)…added a goal at Embry-Riddle (9/22) and two assists in a loss at Tampa (9/29)…scored the game-winning goal in the closing minutes in a 2-1 victory against Palm Beach Atlantic (10/6).

5-6, 160 LBS

Senior Forward

GABE TABOADA BOCA RATON, FLA. AMERICAN HERITAGE (DELRAY)

Career STATISTICS YEAR 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

GP-GS 7-3 18-16 19-15 44-34

GOALS 4 6 8 18

ASSISTS 2 9 10 21

Freshman (2006): Appeared in seven games, making three starts, before a knee injury prematurely ended his season…scored four goals, including one game-winner, and tallied eight points…fourth on team in goals and seventh in points…had one multi-goal game…made first career appearance in the Knights’ 4-1 victory at Montevallo (8/24)…scored his first career goal in a 4-0 win at Harding (9/10)…in his first career start, tallied two goals against Saint Leo (9/17)…earned Sunshine State Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors for his effort against the Lions…scored his final goal of the year in the team’s 3-1 victory at Barry (9/23). High School: Played for Alvin James and Fernando Yanez at American Heritage High School…three year letterwinner…recorded 27 goals and 17 assists as a senior, helping the Stallions to the 2A state title…named the 2005 Sun-Sentinel small school player of the year as well as earning Palm Beach Post All-Area honors…as a junior named Palm Beach Post and Sun-Sentinel small school player of the year while guiding his team to a runner-up finish at the state tournament…named all-state as a sophomore, junior and senior. Personal: Born Gabriel Mauro Taboada on October 21, 1987 in Caracas, Venezuela…son of Ramon and Alejandra Taboada…sports and recreation major…describes himself as funny, outgoing, spontaneous and caring.

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POINTS 10 21 26 57

SHOTS 16 32 39 87

SHOT % GW .286 1 .188 1 .205 0 .207 2


PLAYER PROFILES Sophomore (2008): Appeared in 20 games, making 13 starts…set career-highs in every category…named to the NCAA South Region All-Tournament team…recorded 10 goals, seven assists and 27 points on 51 shots…tied for third in goals, tied for fourth in assists and was fourth in points on the Fighting Knights…tied for 10th in the Sunshine State Conference in points…ranked within the top-100 of the nation in goals (91st), assists (92nd) and points (77th) per game…notched two multi-goal and one multi-assist game…had a three-point effort in a 2-1 victory at Christian Brothers (8/30) scoring once and assisting on the game-winning goal…notched the game-winning assist in Lynn’s 5-0 victory over defending NCAA Division II national champions Franklin Pierce (9/11)…recorded his first career multi-goal game in a 5-1 victory at rival Barry (9/20)…had a three-game point streak in which he tallied six points…scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win against Saint Leo (10/25)…notched his first career multiassist game with two assists in a 10-0 victory versus Florida Southern (10/29)…tallied four points in the NCAA South Region Tournament, netting a goal in a 5-2 win against West Florida (11/14) and logging two assists in the Knights’ 3-2 loss to Tampa (11/16). Freshman (2007): Appeared in 18 games, starting two matches …recorded four goals, four assists and 12 points on 23 shots…was second among freshman on the team in goals, assists and points…made first career appearance in a 2-0 victory over Montevallo (8/23)…scored his first goal and notched his first assist in a 4-1 victory at AlabamaHuntsville (8/26)…assisted on a goal in a 7-0 victory over Harding (8/28) in his first career start…tallied an assist for his third consecutive game at Delta State (8/30)…scored goals in back-to-back games at Florida Southern (9/15) and against Florida Tech (9/19)…assisted on the final goal in a come-from-behind 3-1 win against Nova Southeastern (10/3)…found the back of the net in 5-1 victory at Saint Leo (10/13). High School: Played for Charles Rosseau at Jensen Beach High School…four-year letterwinner who led the Falcons to a 2006 FHSAA State Title and 2007 regional qualifier…tallied 143 goals and 43 assists in his career, capped off by a 50 goal, 14 assist season as a senior…three-time all-state selection…2007 FACA AllStar team MVP…three-time Scripps Player of the Year…two-time Palm Beach Post Player of the Year…WPEC Chanel 12 News Athlete of the Week in 2006…honor roll student…also a four-year letterwinner in cross-country and track and field…three time state qualifier (2004, 2006-07) for track and cross-country. Personal: Born Kyle Allen Conrad on March 28, 1989 in Stuart, Fla…son of Sherman and Mary Ann Conrad…sports and recreation major…career ambition is to get into physical therapy…describes himself as athletic, strong, responsible and dependable.

5-10, 165 LBS

Junior Midfielder

KYLE CONRAD JENSEN BEACH, FLA. JENSEN BEACH HS

Career STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 TOTALS

GP-GS 18-2 20-13 38-15

GOALS 4 10 14

ASSISTS 4 7 11

POINTS 12 27 39

SHOTS 23 51 74

SHOT % GW .174 0 .196 2 .189 2


PLAYER PROFILES Sophomore (2008): Started all 20 games…honored as a Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference selection…one of six players to start every game…tallied a career-high five assists and five points with only one shot attempted…central defender on a squad which recorded eight shutouts and held opponents to a 0.89 goals against average and just over three shots on goal per game…tied for seventh on the team in assists…had two gamewinning assists…had assists in back-to-back games in wins over Flagler (9/27) and Tampa (10/1), with his assist against the Spartans being the gamewinner…picked up the game-winning assist in Lynn’s 4-1 win over Eckerd (11/7) in the SSC Tournament.

6-2, 180 LBS

Junior Defender

SAM CRAVEN NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND THE BECKETT SCHOOL

Freshman (2007): Started all 19 games…named Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference…one of five players to start every game and only freshman to accomplish this feat…scored one goal, one assist and three points on three shots…one of only two freshman in the SSC to earn Defensive Player of the Week honors…central defender on a team which carried a 0.88 goals-against average and allowed 3.83 shots on goal per game…in his first career start, helped the Fighting Knights post a shutout over Montevallo (8/23)…assisted on the first goal of a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Palm Beach Atlantic (10/6) for his first career assist…scored his first career goal in the championship game of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament, a 4-2 loss to Tampa (11/4). High School: Played for coach Mike Kelly at the Becket School…helped his squad to a city championship as a junior. Personal: Born Samuel John Betts Craven on September 27, 1988 in Sheffield, England…son of John and Karen Craven…sports and recreation major…career ambition is to own his own business…enjoys listening to music and playing basketball in his free time…describes himself as committed, competitive and reliable…had the opportunity to play soccer at the famed Wembley Stadium.

Career STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 TOTALS

GP-GS 19-19 20-20 39-39

GOALS 1 0 1

ASSISTS 1 5 6

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POINTS 3 5 8

SHOTS 3 1 4

SHOT % GW .333 0 .000 0 .250 0


PLAYER PROFILES Sophomore (2008): Appeared in all 20 games, starting 19 matches…right defender on a squad which notched eight shutouts and held opponents to a 0.89 goals-against average and 3.05 shots on goal per game…recorded one goal, two assists and four points on four shots…logged one game-winning goal…earned his first career assist in the Fighting Knights’ 8-0 win at Harding (8/31)…his first ever goal came as the game-winner in a 5-2 victory over West Florida (11/14) in the first round of the NCAA South Region Tournament.

6-0, 170 LBS

Junior Defender

JOE CUNDALL DEWSBURY, ENGLAND HECKMONWIKE GRAMMER

Freshman (2007): Appeared in nine games, starting one match…made his first career appearance in a 4-1 victory at Alabama-Huntsville (8/26)…started his first career match in the championship game of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament (11/4).

Career STATISTICS YEAR 2007 2008 TOTALS

High School: Played for Coach Walker at Heckmonwike Grammer School…helped lead team to the Spen Valley Cup title twice and West Yorkshire Cup once. Club Team: Played for West Riding…helped lead team to FA Youth County Cup Title over Suffolk in 2007. Personal: Born Joseph Terry Cundall on January 29, 1989 in Dewsbury, England…son of Kevin and Tracy Cundall…business administration major…describes himself as easy-going, hard working, enthusiastic and trustworthy.

GP-GS 9-1 20-19 29-20

GOALS 0 1 1

ASSISTS 0 2 2

POINTS 0 4 4

SHOTS 0 4 4

SHOT % GW N/A 0 .250 1 .250 0


PLAYER PROFILES Freshman (2008): Appeared in 20 games, making 18 starts…solid defender and excellent in attacking transition…tallied two assists and two points on 19 shots…made his first career start in a season-opening 4-0 victory on the road against Alabama-Huntsville (8/28)…attempted his first shots as a Knight in the team’s 8-0 win at Harding (8/31)…notched his first career assist in a 3-1 win against Palm Beach Atlantic (9/24)…logged his second assist in 4-1 victory over Tampa (11/9) in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament finals.

6-4, 180 LBS

Sophomore Midfielder

CHRISTIAN DONERT PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE DU SOL

Career STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS 2008 20-18 TOTALS 20-18

GOALS 0 0

ASSISTS POINTS 2 2 2 2

High School: Attended the University of Rio Grand Du Sol. Personal: Born Christian Donert in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

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SHOTS 19 19

SHOT % GW .000 0 .000 0


PLAYER PROFILES Freshman (2008): Appeared in six games…played in his first career game in a 4-1 win against Tampa (10/1). High School: Attended the International School of Geneva.

5-9, 135 LBS

Sophomore Midfielder

JAVIER JIMENEZ GENEVA, SWITZERLAND INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF GENEVA

Career STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS 2007 19-19 TOTALS 19-19

Personal: Born Javier Ignacio Jimenez on June 21, 1989 in Miami, Fla…son of Juan and Barbara Jimenez…has two brothers, Joaquin (27) and Jorge (19)…Jorge plays soccer for the University of Tampa…communications major…enjoys listening to music in his spare time…describes himself as patient, trustworthy and honest.

GOALS 1 1

ASSISTS POINTS 1 3 1 3

SHOTS 3 3

SHOT % GW .333 0 .333 0


NEWCOMERS

Freshman Midfielder

Graduate Forward

Junior Defender

ROBERTO CADIHLE

ROBERT CARRICK

LEWIS CLACK

Freshman Defender

Sophomore Goalkeeper

Junior Defender

ANTHONY DESPERITO

MATT DICERBO

SCOTT GORDON

Freshman Midfielder

Freshman Goalkeeper

Freshman Midfielder

TOMMY GUERRA

ROBBIE HANNON

JOEL JULIO

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NEWCOMERS

Freshman Defender

Freshman Defender

Graduate Midfielder

DAVID KUNIN

BRENT LAWLER

SCOTT MCCUBBIN

Sophomore Midfielder

Junior Goalkeeper

LUKE MAGILL

ALESSANDRO SALVATORE

Freshman Midfielder

Sophomore Forward

Sophomore Midfielder

JON SCHATZ

PAULO VAZ

STEFAN WOLF


2009 OPPONENTS Harding

Clayton State

LOCATION: ............................................................................SEARCY, ARK. ENROLLMENT: ....................................................................................6,510 NICKNAME: ....................................................................................BISONS COLORS: ........................................................................BLACK AND GOLD CONFERENCE: ..............................................GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ....................................................FIRST SECURITY STADIUM PRESIDENT: ..............................................................DR. DAVID B, BURKS ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ....................................................GREG HARNDEN MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..........................................................SCOTT GOODE OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(501) 279-4760 EMAIL: ................................................................ SGOODE@HARDING.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(501) 279-4020 MAILING ADDRESS: ................................................HARDING UNIVERSITY ......................................................BOX 12281, SEARCY, AR. 72149-0001 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ................................WWW.HARDINGSPORTS.COM HEAD COACH: ................................................................DR. GREG HARRIS RECORD AT SCHOOL: ..........................................40-88-7 (EIGHT YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ......................................................................0-5 2008 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..............................6-10-2 (3-3) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................13/7 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................6/5

LOCATION: ............................................................................MORROW GA. ENROLLMENT: ....................................................................................6,100 NICKNAME: ....................................................................................LAKERS COLORS: ..........................................................................BLUE & ORANGE CONFERENCE: ................................................PEACH BELT CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ..........................................................................LAKER FIELD PRESIDENT: ......................................................DR. THOMAS K . HARDEN ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ..................................................MASON BARFIELD MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..............................................................LEE WRIGHT EMAIL: ............................................................LEEWRIGHT@CLAYTON.EDU OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(678) 466-4681 SID FAX: ............................................................................(678) 466-4699 MAILING ADDRESS: ......................................2000 CLAYTON STATE BLVD. ..................................................................................MORROW, GA. 30260 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ............................WWW.ATHLETICS.CLAYTON.EDU HEAD COACH: ..................................................................PETE PETERSEN RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................58-26-14 (FIVE YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ............................................................FIRST MEETING 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ............................9-5-4 (3-0-3) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................17/6 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................8/3

Delta State

Webber International

LOCATION: ....................................................................CLEVELAND, MISS. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................4,392 NICKNAME: ....................................................................LADY STATESMEN COLORS: ............................................................FOREST GREEN & WHITE CONFERENCE: ..............................................GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ..........................................................................DELTA FIELD PRESIDENT: ............................................................ DR. JOHN M. HILPERT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ..................................................JEREMY MCCLAIN MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..................................................ALAN WIEDERHOLD OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(662) 846-4285 EMAIL: ....................................................WIEDERHOLD@DELTASTATE.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(662) 846-4297 MAILING ADDRESS: ..................................................1417 MAPLE STREET ............................................................CHADWICK-DICKSON FIELD HOUSE ..............................................................................CLEVELAND, MS 38733 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ......................................WWW.GOSTATESMEN.COM HEAD COACH: ............................................................................JIM ALLEN RECORD AT SCHOOL: ....................................................................20-68-4 CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ................................................................................0-2 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ................................8-9-1 (1-5) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................6/15 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................4/7

LOCATION: ..................................................................BABSON PARK, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ......................................................................................625 NICKNAME: ................................................................................WARRIORS COLORS: ............................................................................GREEN & GOLD CONFERENCE: ..........................................................................SUN (NAIA) HOME FIELD:......................................................................WARRIOR FIELD PRESIDENT: ......................................................................DR. KEITH WADE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ............................................................BILL HEATH MEN’S SOCCER SID: ....................................................MONICA SPRATLEY EMAIL: ..........................................................................SID@WEBBER.EDU OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(863) 638-2980 SID FAX: ............................................................................(863) 638-2915 MAILING ADDRESS: ..................................................................PO BOX 96 ..........................................................................BABSON PARK, FL. 33827 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..............................WWW.WEBBERATHLETICS.COM HEAD COACH: ..................................................................NEIL COCKBURN RECORD AT SCHOOL: ..................................................4-10-1 (ONE YEAR) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ................................................................................0-4 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ............................4-10-1/0-9-1 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................10-8 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ............................................................7-10

South Carolina-Aiken

Christian Brothers

LOCATION: ................................................................................AIKEN, S.C. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................3,250 NICKNAME: ....................................................................................PACERS COLORS: ..........................................................CARDINAL, NAVY & WHITE CONFERENCE: ........................................................................PEACH BELT HOME FIELD:................................................................................PACER PIT PRESIDENT: ..........................................................DR. THOMAS HALLMAN ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ....................................................RANDY WARRICK MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..............................................................BRIAN HAND OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(803) 641-3252 EMAIL: ..........................................................................BHAND@USCA.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(803) 641-3759 MAILING ADDRESS: ..................................................................USC-AIKEN, ............................................DEPT. OF ATHLETICS, 471 UNIVERSITY PKWY ......................................................................................AIKEN, S.C. 29801 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ......................................WWW.PACERSPORTS.COM HEAD COACH: ............................................................................IKE OFOJE RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................73-14716 (13 YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ............................................................FIRST MEETING 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..............................5-11-1 (1-5) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................14/12 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................6/6

LOCATION: ......................................................................MEMPHIS, TENN. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................1,900 NICKNAME: ..........................................................................BUCCANEERS COLORS: ....................................................................SCARLET AND GRAY CONFERENCE: ..............................................GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ....................................................................SIGNAIGO FIELD PRESIDENT: ....................................................................JOHN SMARRELLI ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ......................................JOSEPH NADICKSBERND MEN’S SOCCER SID: ......................................................ERIC OPPERMAN OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(901) 321-3378 EMAIL: ....................................................................EOPPERMA@CBU.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(901) 321-3570 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ....................................650 E. PARKWAY SOUTH ..................................................................................MEMPHIS, TN. 38104 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..........................................WWW.GOBUCSGO.COM HEAD COACH: ....................................................................CLINT BROWNE RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................49-34-10 (FIVE YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................71-47-14 (SEVEN YEARS) ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ................................................................................1-9 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..........................10-7-2 (4-1-1) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: .............................................. 11/9 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................5/7


2009 OPPONENTS Palm Beach Atlantic

Nova Southeastern

LOCATION: ..........................................................WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ....................................................................................3,171 NICKNAME: ..................................................................................SAILFISH COLORS: ....................................................................NAVY BLUE & WHITE CONFERENCE: ....................................................................INDEPENDENT HOME FIELD: ................................................................MAGIC JACK FIELD PRESIDENT: ........................................................................DR. LU HARDIN ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ............................................................BOB WHITE MEN’S SOCCER SID: ......................................................MICHAEL BROWN OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(561) 803-2529 EMAIL: ..........................................................MICHAEL_BROWN@PBA.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(561) 835-4329 MAILING ADDRESS: ..............................................901 S. FLAGLER DRIVE ..................................................................WEST PALM BEACH, FL. 33416 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ........................................WWW.PBASAILFISH.COM HEAD COACH: ........................................................................JOSE GOMEZ RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................39-37-7 (FOUR YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..............................................................................0-12 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ......................................13-7-1 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................15/4 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................8/3

LOCATION: ..........................................................FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ................................................................................28,378 NICKNAME: ....................................................................................SHARKS COLORS: ..................................................................NAVY BLUE AND GRAY CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ........................................................NSU SOCCER COMPLEX PRESIDENT: ..................................................................RAY FERRERO, JR. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ..............................................MICHAEL MOMINEY MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..............................................COLLEEN O’CONNELL OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(954) 262-8235 EMAIL: ..........................................................................CO207@NOVA.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(954) 262-3926 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ......................................3301 COLLEGE AVENUE ..................................................................FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33314 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ............................WWW.NSUATHLETICS.NOVA.EDU HEAD COACH: ..............................................................GIUSEPPE DEPALO RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................115-64-17 (11 YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..........................................................................2-24-2 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..............................10-9-1 (3-5) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................16/4 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................9/2

West Florida

Florida Tech

LOCATION: ......................................................................PENSACOLA, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ................................................................................10,000 NICKNAME: ............................................................................ARGONAUTS COLORS: ............................................................................BLUE & GREEN CONFERENCE: ..............................................GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ................................................................................................ PRESIDENT: ......................................................................DR. JUDY BENSE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ............................................................DAVE SCOTT MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..........................................................MATT ROWLEY EMAIL: ......................................................................MROWLEY@UWF.EDU OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(850) 474-2140 SID FAX: ............................................................................(850) 474-3342 MAILING ADDRESS: ........................................11000 UNIVERSITY PKWY ..............................................................................PENSACOLA, FL. 32514 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..............................................WWW.GOARGOS.COM HEAD COACH: ........................................................................BILL ELLIOTT RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................165-71-22 (14 YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ................................................182-85-23 (16 YEARS) ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ................................................................................1-8 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..........................15-4-2 (3-2-1) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................9/12 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................5/7

LOCATION: ....................................................................MELBOURNE, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................5,000 NICKNAME: ................................................................................PANTHERS COLORS: ....................................................................CRIMSON AND GRAY CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ..........................................................RICK STOTTLER FIELD PRESIDENT: ....................................................DR. ANTHONY J. CATANESE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ........................................................BILL JURGENS MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..........................................................REBECCA VICK OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(321) 674-7484 EMAIL: .............................................................................. RVICK@FIT.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(321) 674-7502 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ..................................150 W. UNIVERSITY BLVD ............................................................................MELBOURNE, FL. 32901 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..........................WWW.FLORIDATECHSPORTS.COM HEAD COACH: ........................................................................ROBIN CHAN RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................18-37-8 (FOUR YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ....................................................................4-17 2008 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..........................5-10-1 (2-5-1) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................12/11 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................5/6

Johnson & Wales

Tampa

LOCATION: ..................................................................NORTH MIAMI, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................2,200 NICKNAME: ................................................................................WILDCATS COLORS: ....................................................................ROYAL BLUE & GOLD CONFERENCE: ..................................................................THE SUN (NAIA) HOME FIELD: ........................................................NORTH MIAMI STADIUM PRESIDENT: ......................................................................LOREEN CHANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ......................................................DAVID GRAHAM MEN’S SOCCER SID: ........................................................LUCIA SANCHEZ EMAIL: ............................................................LUCIA.SANCHEZ@JWU.EDU OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(305) 892-7607 SID FAX: ............................................................................(305) 892-5392 MAILING ADDRESS: ....................................................1701 NE 207TH ST. ............................................................................NORTH MIAMI, FL. 33181 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ....................................WWW.JWU.EDU/ATHLETICS HEAD COACH: ........................................................................BOB LENNON RECORD AT SCHOOL: .................................................. 1-12-1 (ONE YEAR) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ............................................................FIRST MEETING 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ......................................1-12-1 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ..................................................N/A STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................N/A

LOCATION: ................................................................................TAMPA, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................5,300 NICKNAME: ................................................................................SPARTANS COLORS: ................................................................RED, BLACK AND GOLD CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ....................................................................PEPIN STADIUM PRESIDENT: ........................................................DR. RONALD L. VAUGHN ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ....................................................LARRY MARFISE MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..............................................................CARLI TODD OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(813) 253-6241 EMAIL: ..............................................................................CTODD@UT.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(813) 253-6288 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ..................................401 WEST KENNEDY BLVD ..........................................................................BOX I, TAMPA, FLA. 33606 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..................................WWW.TAMPASPARTANS.COM HEAD COACH: ......................................................................ADRIAN BUSH RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................46-25-6 (FOUR YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..........................................................................9-16-1 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..............................18-4-1 (6-2) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................21/5 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................9/2

2009 LYNN MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


2009 OPPONENTS Saint Leo

Florida Southern

LOCATION: ..........................................................................SAINT LEO, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................14,171 NICKNAME: ........................................................................................LIONS COLORS: ........................................................................GREEN AND GOLD CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ................................................................UNIVERSITY FIELD PRESIDENT: ..........................................................DR. ARTHUR F. KIRK JR. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ....................................................FRANCIS X REIDY MEN’S SOCCER SID: ................................................................EVAN ORTIZ OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(352) 588-8506 EMAIL: ..........................................................EVAN.ORTIZ@SAINTLEO.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(352) 588-8290 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ........................SPORTS INFORMATION-MC2038 ..........................................P.O. BOX 6665, SAINT LEO, FLA. 33574-6665 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ....................................WWW.SAINTLEOLIONS.COM HEAD COACH: ....................................................................JOEL HARRISON RECORD AT SCHOOL: ..............................................54-25-6 (FIVE YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..................................................112-53-14 (10 YEARS) ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..............................................................................3-14 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..............................10-7-1 (5-3) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................21/8 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................7/4

LOCATION: ........................................................................LAKELAND, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ....................................................................................1,946 NICKNAME: ..............................................................................MOCCASINS COLORS: ..................................................................SCARLET AND WHITE CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ....................................................................BARNETT FIELD PRESIDENT: ......................................................................DR. ANNE KERR ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ..........................................................PETE MEYER MEN’S SOCCER SID: ........................................................TIM CARPENTER OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(863) 680-3955 EMAIL: ............................................................................FFLTIM@AOL.COM SID FAX: ............................................................................(863) 680-3953 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ........................111 LAKE HOLLINGSWORTH DR ................................................................................LAKELAND, FL 33801 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..............................................WWW.FSCMOCS.COM HEAD COACH: ..................................................................HUGH SEYFARTH RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................23-38-4 (FOUR YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..................................................................0-12 2008 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..................................3-12 (2-6) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................12/8 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................4/7

Rollins

Barry

LOCATION: ....................................................................WINTER PARK, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................1,759 NICKNAME: ..........................................................................................TARS COLORS: ..........................................................................BLUE AND GOLD CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ....................................................CAHALL-SANDSPUR FIELD PRESIDENT: ................................................................DR. LEWIS DUNCAN ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ......................................................PENNY PARKER MEN’S SOCCER SID: ........................................................BRAD PLAJSTEK OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(407) 646-2661 EMAIL: ..............................................................BPLAJSTEK@ROLLINS.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(407) 646-1555 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ......................................1000 HOLT AVE. - 2730 ............................................................................WINTER PARK, FL. 32789 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..................................WWW.ROLLINSSPORTS.COM HEAD COACH: ....................................................................KEITH BUCKLEY RECORD AT SCHOOL: ..........................................197-112-17 (18 YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..........................................................................2-17-1 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ..................................7-10 (3-5) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................13/3 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................8/3

LOCATION: ................................................................MIAMI SHORES, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ..................................................................................8,242 NICKNAME: ..........................................................................BUCCANEERS COLORS: ..............................................................RED, BLACK AND SILVER CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ..................................................HEALTH & SPORTS CENTER PRESIDENT: ..................................SISTER LINDA BEVILACQUA, O.P., PH.D ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ........................................................MIKE COVONE MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..........................................................DENNIS JEZEK OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(305) 899-3897 EMAIL: ..............................................................DJEZEK@MAIL.BARRY.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(305) 899-3556 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ............................................11300 NE 2ND AVE. ..........................................................................MIAMI SHORES, FL 33161 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ....................................WWW.GOBARRYBUCS.COM HEAD COACH: ..................................................................STEVE MCCRATH RECORD AT SCHOOL: ............................................132-54-15 (11 YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ..........................................................................7-19-1 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ............................5-9-2 (0-6-2) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: .............................................. 14/7 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................7/4

Eckerd LOCATION: ..............................................................ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. ENROLLMENT: ....................................................................................1,749 NICKNAME: ....................................................................................TRITONS COLORS: ..................................................TEAL, NAVY, BLACK AND WHITE CONFERENCE: ........................................SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HOME FIELD: ..............................................................MCARTHUR CENTER PRESIDENT: ..................................................DR. RONALD R. EASTMAN III ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: ................................................DR. BOB FORTOSIS MEN’S SOCCER SID: ..........................................................GUY HARRISON OFFICE PHONE: ................................................................(727) 864-8242 EMAIL: ..................................................................HARRISG@ECKERD.EDU SID FAX: ............................................................................(727) 864-8968 SID MAILING ADDRESS: ......................................4200 54TH AVE SOUTH ....................................................................ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 33711 ATHLETICS WEBSITE: ..................................WWW.ECKERDTRITONS.COM HEAD COACH: ....................................................................JEREMY WISDO RECORD AT SCHOOL: ..........................................28-24-1 (THREE YEARS) CAREER RECORD: ..............................................................................SAME ALL-TIME VS. LYNN: ....................................................................2-17 2008 OVERALL/CONFERENCE RECORD: ............................................11-8 (4-4) LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ................................................9/11 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..............................................................3/8


2008 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 2008 All-SSC Team CONFERENCE OVERALL STANDINGS W L T PTS GF GA W L T PCT GF GA LYNN 7 1 0 21 31 9 18 2 0 .900 74 18 TAMPA 6 2 0 18 20 13 18 4 1 .804 71 26 ST. LEO 5 3 0 15 19 14 10 7 1 .583 43 29 ECKERD 4 4 0 12 19 19 11 8 0 .579 48 43 BARRY 3 4 1 10 21 21 11 6 1 .639 45 30 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN 3 5 0 9 16 20 10 9 1 .525 48 39 ROLLINS 3 5 0 9 10 15 7 10 0 .412 26 30 FLORIDA TECH 2 5 1 7 16 24 5 10 1 .344 41 39 FLA. SOUTHERN 2 6 0 6 13 30 3 12 0 .200 19 46 * LYNN WINS SSC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP

2008 Sunshine State Conference Tournament TUESDAY, NOVMEBER 4 • QUARTERFINALS #4 ECKERD 2, #5 BARRY 0 • #3 SAINT LEO 3, #6 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN 1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 • SEMIFINALS HOSTED BY LYNN #2 TAMPA 4, #3 SAINT LEO 1 • #1 LYNN 4, #4 ECKERD 1 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 • FINALS #1 LYNN 4, #2 TAMPA 0, LYNN WINS SSC TOURNAMENT

2008 NCAA Division II Championships SOUTH REGION TOURNAMENT HOSTED BY LYNN (BOCA RATON, FLA.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 • SEMFINALS #2 TAMPA 1, #3 MONTEVALLO 0 • #1 LYNN 5, #4 WEST FLORIDA 2 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 • FINALS #2 TAMPA 3, #1 LYNN 2

2008 SSC Statistical Leaders POINTS # PLAYER-TEAM 1. JEAN ALEXANDRE-LUW 2. LUKE SHEEKEY-ECM 3. PASCAL MILIEN-UTM 4. DAVID WAHLBERG-NSM 5. STANLEY ABADA-FTM

GP GOALS 19 23 19 17 23 11 20 13 16 15

AST 7 10 17 9 4

PTS 53 44 39 35 34

AVG/G 2.79 2.32 1.70 1.75 2.12

GOALS PLAYER-TEAM 1. JEAN ALEXANDRE-LUM 2. LUKE SHEEKEY-ECM 3. STANLEY ABADA-FTM 4. EUSEBIO MONTOYA-SLM 5. DAVID WAHLBERG-NSM

GP 19 19 16 16 20

G 23 17 15 14 13

AVG/G 1.21 0.89 0.94 0.88 0.65

ASSISTS PLAYER-TEAM 1. PASCAL MILIEN-UTM 2. MARK ANDERSON-BUM ROMAIN ONTENIENTE-NSM 4. GABE TABOADA-LUM LUKE SHEEKEY-ECM NANO SHORT-LUM TYRELL BURGESS-LUM

GP 23 14 18 19 19 20 20

A 17 11 11 10 10 10 10

AVG/G 0.74 0.79 0.61 0.53 0.53 0.50 0.50

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE PLAYER-TEAM 1. ADAM ALCOCK-LUM 2. RYAN THOMPSON-UTM 3. TRAVIS FRAZIER-NSM 4. GRIFFIN PHARR-SLM 5. DEVALA GORRICK-BUM

GP 20 23 10 18 18

GA 18 25 12 29 30

MINUTES 1818:35 2018:25 732:28 1631:40 1646:04

GAA 0.89 1.11 1.47 1.60 1.64

2008 All-SSC Team FIRST-TEAM F – JEAN ALEXANDRE, LYNN, SENIOR F – PASCAL MILIEN, TAMPA, JUNIOR F – LUKE SHEEKEY, ECKERD, JUNIOR M – RYAN MAXWELL, TAMPA, SENIOR M – ROMAIN ONTENIENTE, NOVA SOUTHEASTERN, JUNIOR M – NANO SHORT, LYNN, SENIOR D – JAMES HAYERS, LYNN, SENIOR D – DAN INGVARSSON, TAMPA, SOPHOMORE D – LEE PORTER, LYNN, SENIOR GK – RYAN THOMPSON, TAMPA, JUNIOR AT-LARGE – EUSEBIO MONTOYA, SAINT LEO, SENIOR SECOND TEAM F – STANLEY ABADA, FLORIDA TECH, SOPHOMORE F – MARK ANDERSON, BARRY, FRESHMAN F – JONATHAN GLENN, SAINT LEO, SOPHOMORE M – TYRELL BURGESS, LYNN, SENIOR M – JOE ILETT, ECKERD, SENIOR M – NARU WILD-PUTSORN, FLORIDA TECH, FRESHMAN D – SAM CRAVEN, LYNN, SOPHOMORE D – JACOB DELOACH, ROLLINS, SENIOR D – JOHN FLETCHER, ECKERD, SENIOR GK – ADAM ALCOCK, LYNN, SOPHOMORE AT-LARGE – GABE TABOADA, LYNN, JUNIOR PLAYER OF THE YEAR JEAN ALEXANDRE, LYNN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR JEAN ALEXANDRE, LYNN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR RYAN THOMPSON, TAMPA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR MARK ANDERSON, BARRY COACH OF THE YEAR ADRIAN BUSH, TAMPA


2008 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS OVERALL: 18-2-0 CONF: 7-1-0 HOME: 12-1-0 AWAY: 5-1-0 NEUT: 1-0-0 NAME JEAN ALEXANDRE TYRELL BURGESS LEE PORTER KYLE CONRAD GABE TABOADA NANO SHORT JAMES HAYERS SAM CRAVEN JOE CUNDALL MATT PRICKETT JOE BUPPERT BRENDAN HOWARD CHRISTIAN DONERT TOM HOPE ROBERT WINSTANLEY TOM GOLDIE MATT SHEARMAN JAVIER JIMENEZ ADAM ALCOCK CRAIG SHEETS DEREK ARFMAN TOTAL............... OPPONENTS...........

GP-GS 19-19 20-16 20-20 20-13 19-15 20-20 20-20 20-20 20-19 6-0 20-20 10-0 20-18 11-0 13-0 6-0 2-0 6-0 20-20 1-0 0-0 20 20

G 23 10 11 10 8 6 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 18

A 7 10 5 7 10 10 7 5 2 2 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 12

PTS 53 30 27 27 26 22 9 5 4 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 221 48

SH 92 60 48 51 39 53 14 1 4 3 7 6 19 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 403 132

SHOT% .250 .167 .229 .196 .205 .113 .071 .000 .250 .333 .000 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .184 .136

SOG 52 28 29 30 21 19 5 0 1 2 1 3 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 202 61

SOG% .565 .467 .604 .588 .538 .358 .357 .000 .250 .667 .143 .500 .316 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .501 .462

GW 6 2 6 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 2

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 3-3 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 4-4 2-2

NAME CRAIG SHEETS ADAM ALCOCK TEAM TOTAL............... OPPONENTS...........

GP-GS 1-0 20-20

MINUTES GA 4:54 0 1818:35 18 0:00 0 1823:29 18 1823:29 74

AVG 0.00 0.89 0.00 0.89 3.65

SAVES 0 43 0 43 128

PCT .000 .705 .000 .705 .634

W 0 18 0 18 2

L 0 2 0 2 18

T 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 7 1 8 0

20 20

FACED 0 130 0 130 400

TEAM SAVES: 0

Statistics by the Half GOALS BY PERIOD

1ST

2ND OT

OT2 TOTAL

LYNN

26

47

0

1

74

OPPONENTS

8

9

1

0

18

SHOTS BY PERIOD

1ST

2ND OT

OT2 TOTAL

LYNN

174

223 5

1

403

OPPONENTS

66

65

0

132

SAVES BY PERIOD

1ST

2ND OT

OT2 TOTAL

LYNN

21

22

0

0

43

OPPONENTS

58

68

2

0

128

1

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1ST

2ND OT

OT2 TOTAL

LYNN

66

55

3

0

124

OPPONENTS

23

32

1

0

56

FOULS BY PERIOD

1ST

2ND OT

OT2 TOTAL

LYNN

168

146 2

0

316

OPPONENTS

128

140 2

0

270

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY LUM

OPP

TOTAL

3180

2547

DATES/AVG PER DATE

13/245

6/424

NEUTRAL SITE #/AVG

1/105

2009 Seniors (L-R): Gabe Taboada, Matt Prickett, Tom Goldie

2009 LYNN MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


2008 GAME RESULTS DATE 08/28/08

OPPONENT VS ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE

WL W

08/30/08

AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS

08/31/08

SCORE 4-0

OVERALL CONF 1-0-0 0-0-0

ATTEND 105

W O2 2-1

2-0-0

0-0-0

101

AT HARDING

W

8-0

3-0-0

0-0-0

125

09/06/08

EMBRY-RIDDLE

W

3-0

4-0-0

0-0-0

133

09/11/08

FRANKLIN PIERCE

W

5-0

5-0-0

0-0-0

113

09/13/08 09/20/08

TRUMAN STATE AT #7 BARRY *

W W

1-0 5-1

6-0-0 7-0-0

0-0-0 1-0-0

193 923

09/24/08

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

W

3-1

8-0-0

1-0-0

121

09/27/08

FLAGLER

W

2-1

9-0-0

1-0-0

150

10/01/08

#9 TAMPA *

W

4-1

10-0-0

2-0-0

463

10/11/08

AT FLORIDA TECH *

W

4-1

11-0-0

3-0-0

110

10/15/08 10/18/08 10/25/08

ROLLINS * AT ECKERD * SAINT LEO *

W L OT W

1-0 1-2 3-2

12-0-0 12-1-0 13-1-0

4-0-0 4-1-0 5-1-0

163 712 373

10/29/08

FLORIDA SOUTHERN *

W

10-0

14-1-0

6-1-0

131

11/01/08

AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN *

W

3-2

15-1-0

7-1-0

576

11/07/08

#4 ECKERD !

W

4-1

16-1-0

7-1-0

187

11/09/08

#2 TAMPA !

W

4-0

17-1-0

7-1-0

203

11/14/08

#17 WEST FLORIDA #

W

5-2

18-1-0

7-1-0

523

11/16/08

#11 TAMPA #

L

2-3

18-2-0

7-1-0

427

* SSC MATCH

! SSC TOURNAMENT MATCH

# NCAA TOURNAMENT

GOALS SCORED LEE PORTER (PENALTY KICK) JEAN ALEXANDRE (GABE TABOADA) KYLE CONRAD (GABE TABOADA;JEAN ALEXANDRE) TYRELL BURGESS (GABE TABOADA) KYLE CONRAD (JAMES HAYERS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (NANO SHORT;KYLE CONRAD) JEAN ALEXANDRE (NANO SHORT) GABE TABOADA (SAM CRAVEN) GABE TABOADA (LEE PORTER) GABE TABOADA (JAMES HAYERS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (JOE CUNDALL) MATT PRICKETT (UNASSISTED) NANO SHORT (GABE TABOADA) NANO SHORT (BRENDAN HOWARD;MATT PRICKETT) TYRELL BURGESS (JEAN ALEXANDRE) GABE TABOADA (JEAN ALEXANDRE;NANO SHORT) TYRELL BURGESS (LEE PORTER) TYRELL BURGESS (NANO SHORT;KYLE CONRAD) JEAN ALEXANDRE (GABE TABOADA;TYRELL BURGESS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (GABE TABOADA;TYRELL BURGESS) NANO SHORT (UNASSISTED) LEE PORTER (JEAN ALEXANDRE) JEAN ALEXANDRE (TYRELL BURGESS;JAMES HAYERS) KYLE CONRAD (UNASSISTED) JEAN ALEXANDRE (GABE TABOADA) KYLE CONRAD (TYRELL BURGESS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (TYRELL BURGESS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (JAMES HAYERS;TOM HOPE) KYLE CONRAD (UNASSISTED) LEE PORTER (NANO SHORT;TYRELL BURGESS) GABE TABOADA (JOE BUPPERT;CHRISTIAN DONERT) JEAN ALEXANDRE (JOE BUPPERT) JEAN ALEXANDRE (SAM CRAVEN) TYRELL BURGESS (KYLE CONRAD;LEE PORTER) LEE PORTER (SAM CRAVEN;JOE BUPPERT) JEAN ALEXANDRE (UNASSISTED) TYRELL BURGESS (JAMES HAYERS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (TYRELL BURGESS;LEE PORTER) LEE PORTER (GABE TABOADA) KYLE CONRAD (UNASSISTED) GABE TABOADA (NANO SHORT) LEE PORTER (TYRELL BURGESS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (SAM CRAVEN) LEE PORTER (PENALTY KICK) GABE TABOADA (JEAN ALEXANDRE) KYLE CONRAD (UNASSISTED) NANO SHORT (JAMES HAYERS;JOE BUPPERT) JEAN ALEXANDRE (KYLE CONRAD) JEAN ALEXANDRE (TYRELL BURGESS) JEAN ALEXANDRE (UNASSISTED) TYRELL BURGESS (KYLE CONRAD) TYRELL BURGESS (JEAN ALEXANDRE) BRENDAN HOWARD (MATT PRICKETT) JAMES HAYERS (PENALTY KICK) JEAN ALEXANDRE (NANO SHORT) LEE PORTER (NANO SHORT) TEAM (UNASSISTED) NANO SHORT (LEE PORTER) KYLE CONRAD (UNASSISTED) TEAM (UNASSISTED) [#1] JEAN ALEXANDRE (SAM CRAVEN) JEAN ALEXANDRE (JOE CUNDALL;GABE TABOADA) JEAN ALEXANDRE (NANO SHORT) LEE PORTER (TYRELL BURGESS) [#1] JEAN ALEXANDRE (UNASSISTED) GABE TABOADA (CHRISTIAN DONERT) KYLE CONRAD (UNASSISTED) TYRELL BURGESS (UNASSISTED) KYLE CONRAD (NANO SHORT) JOE CUNDALL (JEAN ALEXANDRE;GABE TABOADA) NANO SHORT (JAMES HAYERS) LEE PORTER (PENALTY KICK) TYRELL BURGESS (KYLE CONRAD) [#1] LEE PORTER (KYLE CONRAD)


ALL-TIME RECORDS GOALS PER GAME

Single Game Team Records GOALS SCORED GREATEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

15 VS. HOLY FAMILY 1995 15 VS. HOLY FAMILY 1995

Coaches Records HEAD COACH JOHN ROOTES SHAUN PENDLETON ROBBIE CHURCH ROY WIGGEMANSEN TOTALS

YEARS 2008-PRES. 1991-07 1990 1986-89 23 YEARS

RECORD 18-2 293-42-12 17-4-2 79-7-7 407-55-21

PCT. .900 .862 .783 .887 .864

Single Game Individual Records GOALS NAME FERNANDO VILLALOBOS DEAN WILSON JAKOB LORENTZON NEATHAN GIBSON LENIN STEENKAMP

GOALS 4 4 4 4 4

OPPONENT FLORIDA SOUTHERN TRINITY INTERNATIONAL NORTH FLORIDA HIGH POINT PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

DATE 2002 1999 1993 1993 1990

MATCHES PLAYED -- FIELD PLAYER MP 27

DATE

MATCHES STARTED-- FIELD PLAYER NAME 1. MANY PLAYERS

MP 27

DATE

POINTS NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. LENIN STEENKAMP 3. JAKOB LORENTZON 5. JAKOB LORENTZON

POINTS 83 69 63 63 57

DATE 1993 1993 1991 1994 1995

POINTS/GAME 3.77 3.00 2.86 2.79 2.71

DATE 1993 1993 1991 2008 1995

GOALS 34 27 25 23 23 23

DATE 1993 1993 1991 2008 1994 1993

POINTS PER GAME NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. LENIN STEENKAMP 4. JEAN ALEXANDRE 5. JAKOB LORENTZON

GOALS SCORED NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. LENIN STEENKAMP 4. JEAN ALEXANDRE 4. JAKOB LORENTZON 4. RICHIE HASSE

GOALS/GAME 1.55 1.21 1.17 1.14 1.11

DATE 1993 2008 1993 1991 2005

ASSISTS 19 17 16 15 15 15

DATE 1995 1994 2005 1993 1993 1993

ASSISTS/GAME 0.90 0.84 0.71 0.68 0.67

DATE 1995 2005 1994 1993 1998

SHOTS 124 108 101 92 84

DATE 1993 1993 1994 2008 1993

GWG 9 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

DATE 1993 2003 2002 1995 2008 2008 2004 1997

ASSISTS NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. JAKOB LORENTZON 3. CHRIS KNOX 4. JAKOB LORENTZON 4. NEATHAN GIBSON 4. STEPHEN LOCKER

ASSISTS PER GAME NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. CHRIS KNOX 3. JAKOB LORENTZON 4. JAKOB LORENTZON 5. ROB STRICKLAND

SHOTS

Individual Season Records NAME 1. MANY PLAYERS

NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. JEAN ALEXANDRE 3. NEATHAN GIBSON 4. LENIN STEENKAMP 5. LEE PAUL SCROGGINS

NAME 1. NEATHAN GIBSON 2. JAKOB LORENTZON 3. JAKOB LORENTZON 4. JEAN ALEXANDRE 5. RICHIE HASSE

GAME WINNING GOALS NAME 1. NEATHAN GIBSON 2. ANDREW HIRST 2. CHRIS KARAGIARIS 2. JAKOB LORENTZON 5. JEAN ALEXANDRE 5. LEE PORTER 5. CARL WALLACE 5. JOSH KRISTOWSKI

MATCHES PLAYED -- GOALKEEPER NAME 1. TONY DIFILIPPIS 2. DARRIN KELLY 2. JOE SCHAFER 2. JOE SCHAFER 5. ANDY ALFONSO

MP 26 24 24 24 23

DATE 1989 1987 1993 1994 1992

MATCHES STARTED -- GOALKEEPER NAME 1. TONY DIFILIPPIS 2. DARRIN KELLY 2. JOE SCHAFER 2. JOE SCHAFER 5. ANDY ALFONSO

MS 26 24 24 24 23

DATE 1989 1987 1993 1994 1992


ALL-TIME RECORDS MINUTES PLAYED NAME 1. TONY DIFILIPPIS 2. JOE SCHAFER 3. DARRIN KELLY 4. JOE SCHAFER 5. TONY DIFILIPPIS

MINUTES 2460 2250 2220 2172 2110

DATE 1989 1994 1987 1993 1990

WINS 23 22 22 19 18 18 18 18

DATE 1993 1987 1991 1992 2008 1997 1988 1986

SHUTOUTS 16 14 14 14 12 12

DATE 1985 1993 1987 1986 2001 1992

GA 6 8 8 10 11 11 11 11

DATE 1998 2006 1986 2003 2003 1997 1993 1987

WINS NAME 1. JOE SCHAFER 2. DARRIN KELLEY 2. ANDY ALFONSO 4. ANDY ALFONSO 5. ADAM ALCOCK 5. MATT NELSON 5. DARRIN KELLEY 5. DARRIN KELLEY

Individual Career Records MATCHES PLAYED -- FIELD PLAYER NAME 1. RICHARD CARDOSA 2. LENIN STEENKAMP 3. IAN HINDMARSH 4. JOHAN LUNDGREN 5. IVAN MCKINLEY

MP 95 89 88 87 85

YEAR 1987-90 1989-92 1992-95 1991-94 1987-90

MATCHES STARTED -- FIELD PLAYER NAME 1. DARREN WARHAM 2. LEE PORTER 2. BYRON WARNER 3. CHRIS HANNAKA 4. DYLAN KENDRICK

MS 80 74 74 73 70

YEARS 1995-98 2005-08 1995-98 1994-97 1995-98

POINTS 210 175 149 99 96 94

YEARS 1992-95 1990-93 1989-92 2003-06 1988-90 1997-00

SHUTOUTS NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY 2. JOE SCHAFER 2. DARRIN KELLY 2. DARRIN KELLY 5. JULIEN FRUITIER 5. ANDY ALFONSO

POINTS (90 OR ABOVE) NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. LENIN STEENKAMP 4. CARL WALLACE 5. COLIN STEENKAMP 6. JOSH KRISTOWSKI

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED NAME 1. MATT NELSON 2. TIM MELIA 2. DARRIN KELLY 4. KEVIN STREET 5. LIAM BULL 5. MATT NELSON 5. JOE SCHAFER 5. DARRIN KELLY

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE NAME 1. MATT NELSON 2. DARRIN KELLY 3. DARRIN KELLY 4. JOE SCHAFER 5. TIM MELIA

GAA 0.37 0.39 0.45 0.46 0.49

DATE 1998 1986 1987 1993 2006

SAVES NAME 1. JOE SCHAFER 2. JOE SCHAFER 3. JULIE FRUITIER 4. JOHN MURRAY 5. JOHN MURRAY

SAVES 100 96 62 59 58

DATE 1994 1993 2001 1995 1996

SAVE PERCENTAGE (FROM 1993) NAME 1. JOE SCHAFER 2. MATT NELSON 3. JULIEN FRUITIER 4. TIM MELIA 5. MATT NELSON

SAVE % .897 .838 .827 .826 .815

DATE 1993 1998 2001 2006 1999

POINTS PER GAME (MIN. 25 GAMES) NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. MICHAEL ARAJOU 3. NEATHAN GIBSON 4. DWIGHT BARNETT 5. MARK MELLING

POINTS/GAME 2.73 2.20 2.06 1.89 1.67

YEARS 1992-95 1986-87 1990-93 2006-07 2002-03

GOALS 79 71 60 39 39

YEARS 1992-95 1990-93 1989-92 2003-06 1988-90

GOALS SCORED NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. LENIN STEENKAMP 4. CARL WALLACE 4. COLIN STEENKAMP

GOALS PER GAME (MIN. 25 GAMES) NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. DWIGHT BARNETT 3. MICHAEL ARAJOU 5. DEAN WILSON

GOALS/GAME 1.03 0.84 0.72 0.72 0.70

YEARS 1992-95 1990-93 2006-07 1986-87 1999-00

ASSISTS 52 33 31 29 26

YEARS 1992-95 1990-93 2002-05 1989-92 1991-94

ASSISTS NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. NEATHAN GIBSON 3. CHRIS KNOX 4. LENIN STEENKAMP 5. JOHAN LUNDGREN

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ALL-TIME RECORDS ASSISTS PER GAME (MIN. 25 GAMES) NAME 1. MICHAEL ARAJOU 2. JAKOB LORENTZON 3. MARK MELLING 4. JAN KOKKIM 5. DWIGHT BARNETT

ASSISTS 0.76 0.68 0.52 0.48 0.44

YEARS 1986-87 1992-95 2002-03 1998, 01 2006-07

SHOTS 284 194 158 149 143

YEARS 1992-95 2005-08 1997-00 2003-06 2000-03

GWG 15 14 13 13 10

YEARS 1992-95 2005-08 2003-06 1997-00 2005-08

SHOTS ON GOAL NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. JEAN ALEXANDRE 3. JOSH KRISTOWSKI 4. CARL WALLACE 5. FERNANDO VILLALOBOS

GAME WINNING GOALS NAME 1. JAKOB LORENTZON 2. LEE PORTER 3. CARL WALLACE 3. JOSH KRISTOWSKI 5. JEAN ALEXANDRE

MATCHES STARTED -- GOALKEEPER NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY 2. MATT NELSON 3. TONY DIFILIPPIS 3. JOE SCHAFER 5. ANDY ALFONSO

MS 62 57 48 48 45

YEARS 1986-88 1996-99 1988-90 1993-94 1991-92

MATCHES PLAYED -- GOALKEEPER NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY 2. MATT NELSON 3. TONY DIFILIPPIS 3. JOE SCHAFER 5. ANDY ALFONSO

MP 62 59 48 48 45

YEARS 1986-88 1996-99 1998-90 1993-94 1991-92

MINUTES PLAYED NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY 2. MATT NELSON 3. TONY DIFILIPPIS 4. JOE SCHAFER 5. ANDY ALFONSO

MINUTES 5910 5023 4660 4422 3977

YEARS 1986-88 1996-99 1988-90 1993-94 1991-92

SHUTOUTS NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY 2. MATT NELSON 3. JOE SCHAFER 4. ANDY ALFONSO 5. TIM MELIA 5. TONY DIFILIPPIS

SHUTOUTS 55 31 25 22 18 18

YEARS 1986-88 1996-99 1993-94 1991-92 2006-07 1988-90

WINS 58

YEARS 1986-88

WINS NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY

2. MATT NELSON 3. ANDY ALFONSO 4. JOE SCHAFER 5. TONY DIFILIPPIS

49 41 40 34

1996-99 1991-92 1993-94 1988-90

GA 22 30 30 31 32

YEARS 2006-07 1996-99 1995-96 1991-92 1986-88

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED NAME 1. TIM MELIA 2. MATT NELSON 2. JOHN MURRAY 4. ANDY ALFONSO 5. DARRIN KELLY

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE NAME 1. DARRIN KELLY 2. MATT NELSON 3. TIM MELIA 4. ANDY ALFONSO 5. JOE SCHAFER

GAA 0.49 0.54 0.65 0.70 0.71

YEARS 1986-88 1996-99 2006-07 1991-92 1993-94

SAVES 196 134 117 115 85

YEARS 1993-94 1996-99 1995-96 2003-05 2006-07

SAVES NAME 1. JOE SCHAFER 2. MATT NELSON 3. JOHN MURRAY 4. LIAM BULL 5. TIM MELIA

SAVE PERCENTAGE (SINCE 1993) NAME 1. JOE SCHAFER 2. MATT NELSON 3. JOHN MURRAY 4. TIM MELIA 5. KEVIN STREET

SAVE % .848 .817 .796 .794 .745

YEARS 1993-94 1996-99 1995-96 2006-07 2002-05

Single Season Team Records FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED BEST RECORD WINNING STREAK (SINGLE SEASON) WINNING STREAK (MULTIPLE SEASONS) UNBEATEN STREAK (SINGLE SEASON) UNBEATEN STREAK (MULTIPLE SEASONS)

7 22-0-1 (.978) 23 27 24 43

1998 2003 1993 1987-88 1991 1987-89

POINTS YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2003 3. 1995 4. 1991 5. 2005

TOTAL 383 253 234 233 231

POINTS PER GAME YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2005 3. 2002 4. 1995 5. 2008

TOTAL 15.96 12.16 11.29 11.14 11.05


ALL-TIME RECORDS GOALS YEAR 1. 193 2. 2003 3. 1991 4. 2005 5. 1995

TOTAL 131 86 83 80 77

GOALS PER GAME YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2005 3. 2002 4. 2003 5. 2008

TOTAL 5.46 4.21 3.94 3.74 3.70

ASSISTS TOTAL 121 81 80 73 71

YEAR 1. 1993 2. 1995 3. 2005 4. 2008 5. 2003

TOTAL 5.04 3.81 3.74 3.65 3.52

SAVE PERCENT (SINCE 1993) YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2002 3. 1998 4. 2001 5. 1999

TOTAL .901 .845 .837 .831 .815

YEAR 1. 1998 2. 1987 3. 1993 4. 1997 5. 1986

TOTAL 0.36 0.43 0.44 0.51 0.52

YEAR 1. 1993 1. 1987 3. 1991 4. 2003 5. 1992

TOTAL 23 23 22 21 20

MOST LOSSES

SHOTS ATTEMPTED (SINCE 1993) TOTAL 664 422 403 397 383

SHOTS PER GAME (SINCE 1993)

YEAR 1. 1994 2. 1989 2. 2004 4. 1990 4. 1995 4. 1996

TOTAL 6 5 5 4 4 4

MOST TIES TOTAL 27.67 20.16 20.15 19.65 18.53

YEAR 1. 1996 1. 1989 3. 1992 3. 1991 3. 1990

TOTAL 4 4 2 2 2

MOST SHUTOUTS

SAVES (SINCE 1993) YEAR 1. 1994 2. 1993 3. 1995 4. 2004 5. 2001

TOTAL 4.29 4.17 3.71 3.37 3.10

MOST WINS

ASSISTS PER GAME

YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2005 3. 2008 4. 2002 5. 2007

YEAR 1. 2004 2. 1993 3. 1995 4. 2001 5. 1996

GOALS AGAINST AVG

YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2003 3. 1995 4. 2008 5. 2005

YEAR 1. 1993 2. 2003 3. 2008 4. 1994 5. 2005

SAVES PER GAME (SINCE 1993)

TOTAL 103 100 78 73 64

YEAR 1. 1993 2. 1987 2. 1986 4. 1997 4. 2001 4. 1998 4. 1992

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TOTAL 16 15 15 13 13 13 13


ALL-TIME ROSTER A MARK ADAMSON . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003 ADAM ALCOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007-08 JEAN ALEXANDRE . . . . . . . . . .2005-08 ANDY ALFONSO . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-92 FRANK ALIAGA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 HIROSHI ANDO . . . . . . . . . . . .2004-07 MICHAEL ARAJOU . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 B DEREK BACKMAN . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 JAKE BANAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000 DWIGHT BARNETT . . . . . . . . . .2006-07 KEISHEN BEAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007 CASEY BEATTY . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000-01 T.J. BENEDICT . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 DAVID BENN . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-05 GLEN BERTRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998 KRISTIAN BILLING . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993 OIVIND BJORNSTAD . . . . . . . . . . .1998 GARY BLACKFORD . . . . . . . . . . . .1988 NEAL BLAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991 TIM BOGAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-96 STEFFAN BOHMAN . . . . . . . . . . . .1992 JESPER BORUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 JASON BRETH . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-92 JOE BUPPERT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008 LIAM BULL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-05 NEIL BURDEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 TYRELL BURGESS . . . . . . . . . .2006-08 JAMIE BYERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000 C JUAN CAMANDONA . . . . . . . . .1994-96 KIEL CANNON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 RICHARD CARDOSA . . . . . . . . .1987-90 MICHAEL CARTWRIGHT . . . . . .1997-99 NEIL CHAPMAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988 RUSSELL CHURCH . . . . . . . . . . . .1991 JOHN CLARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-88 KYLE CONRAD . . . . . . . . .2007-PRES. AREN COOK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995 JONATHAN COURTOIS . . . . . . . . . .2007 JOHN COX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1987-88 SAM CRAVEN . . . . . . . . . .2007-PRES. MICHAEL CULLEN . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992 JOE CUNDALL . . . . . . . . . .2007-PRES. D ANDERS DAHL . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998-99 NICKY DARKER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 TOM DAVIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000-03 EUCLIDES DE GOUVIA . . . . . . .1986-88 GABRIEL DE JESUS . . . . . . . . .1986-87 KEVIN DENEREAZ . . . . . . . . . .1991-93 TREVOR DENEREAZ . . . . . . . . . . .1992 DARRIN DE WET . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988 ANDREW DICKSON . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 TONY DI FILIPPIS . . . . . . . . . . .1988-90 SHANE DIETZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2006

JOHN D’LEON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994 CHRISTIAN DONERT . . . .2008-PRES. MIKE DOW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-95 LEE DUKES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-02 MICHAEL DUNCAN . . . . . . . . .1989-92 MARK DUNKERLY . . . . . . . . . .2001-04 GARETH DUNN . . . . . . . . . . . .1996-00 WARREN DUPONT . . . . . . . . . .1988-89

Gareth Dunn

E-F-G KEVIN EDGECOX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 PIERRE EDSTROM . . . . . . . . . .1997-99 GJERT ENDESTAD . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 SHAUN EXSTEEN . . . . . . . . . . .1989-92 ANDY FERN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988-90 CAMERON GORDON-FORBES . . . .2006 GARETH FOWLES . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 JULIEN FRUITIER . . . . . . . . . . .2000-01 NEATHAN GIBSON . . . . . . . . . .1990-93 OSCAR GIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 TIERRY GOETHALS . . . . . . . . . . . .1986 TOM GOLDIE . . . . .2006, 2008-PRES. CHASE GREENE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995 AUSTIN GREENHAW . . . . . . . .2000-01 H-I-J CHRIS HANNAKA . . . . . . . . . . .1994-97 RICHIE HASSE . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-93 JAMES HAYERS . . . . . . . . . . . .2006-08 NICK HINDHAUGH . . . . . . . . . . . . .2006 IAN HINDMARSH . . . . . . . . . . .1992-95 ANDREW HIRST . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-05 CHRIS HODGSON . . . . . . . . . .1994-96 TOM HOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007-08 BRENDAN HOWARD . . . . . . . . . . .2008 JAMIE HOWE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 JONNY HUGHES . . . . . . . . . . . .2000-01 SHANE HUMBLE . . . . . . . . . . .1993-94

JAMIE HUSBAND . . . . . . . . . . .1990-92 BOBBY IOVENE . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 IAN IRVING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 LEON JACKSON . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-06 MIKAEL JENSEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 JAVIER JIMENEZ . . . . . . . .2008-PRES. HILTON JORDAAN . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993 JUDNER JOSEPH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007 K ERIC KAPLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 CHRIS KARAGIANIS . . . . . . . . . . . .2002 STEVE KARAKOSTA . . . . . . . . . . . .1995 DARRIN KARUZAS . . . . . . . . . .1988-90 GREG KEDIKINETSOE . . . . . . . . . .1986 JESSE KEHOE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 MOHAMED KEITA . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 DARRIN KELLEY . . . . . . . . . . .1986-88 DYLAN KENDRICK . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 NASSER KHALIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998 CHRISTOPHER KNOX . . . . . . .2002-05 JAN KOKKIM . . . . . . . . . . . .1998, 2001 STUART KOZLOWSKI . . . . . . . .1997-00 MORTEN KRISTENSEN . . . . . .1996-99 JOSH KRISTOWSKI . . . . . . . . .1997-00 ASHLEY LANDER . . . . . . . . . . .1993-94 L TONY LAWYUE . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-95 KEVIN LEARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988 MARK LEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000-02 RICHARD LEGG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 ALBERTO LEON-PONTE . . . . . . . . .1996 BRENT LEZAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990 ANDREAS LINDH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 ROBERT LINDSTROM . . . . . . . . . .1995 STEVE LOCKER . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-94 JAKOB LORENTZON . . . . . . . . .1992-95 JAMEY LOUCKS . . . . . . . . . . . .2006-07 ROSS LUMSDEN . . . . . . . . . . .2000-03 JOHAN LUNDGREN . . . . . . . . .1991-94 ANTON LUNDSTEDT . . . . . . . . . . .2002 M SCOTT MACDONALD . . . . . . . . . . .2004 NORMAN MCCLAREN . . . . . . .1986-87 MARK MCGHEE . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-02 RYAN MCKAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996 IVAN MCKINLEY . . . . . . . . . . . .1987-90 JOSE MARTINEZ . . . . . . . . . . .1989-90 CHRIS MEEHAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 TIM MELIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2006-07 MARK MELLING . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-03 DEREK MILLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1987 ANDREW MILLWARD . . . . . . . . . . .1994 JARED MONTZ . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-04 RICKY MORALES . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 SCOTT MORGAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991 LONNIE MOWERY . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 PAUL MUIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98

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ALL-TIME ROSTER M-CONT. JOHN MURRAY . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-96 NATHAN MURRAY . . . . . . . . . .1996-99 N-O-P-Q MATT NELSON . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996-99 PAUL NEWMAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986 LEON NOEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002 LEA OXLEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-93 ADAM PAYNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-01 GEOFF PEATTIE . . . . . . . . . . . .1998-01 XAVI PECORA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2006 MARTIN PETERSEN . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 OMAR POPOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 LEE PORTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005-08 CLINTON PRICE . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93 MATTHEW PRICKETT . . . .2008-PRES. R NUNDI RAMOS . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 DARREN READ . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-93 JOEY REGO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998-01 HENRY RIGGS-MILLER . . . . . . . . .1986 COURTNEY RIMMER . . . . . . . .2005-06 DONALD ROLLINS . . . . . . . . . .1986-88 ANDREW ROSE . . . . . . . . . . . .2000-01 ANDREW ROSS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 MARKUS RUDIN . . . . . . . . . .2002-004 LUIS RUIZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996 KIRK RUSSELL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000 S PHIL SALVAGIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 ALESSANDRO SALVATORE . . .2005-06 TULASHI SAWYERR . . . . . . . . .1997-98 JOE SCHAFER . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-94 ADAM SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 CRAIG SHEETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008 NANO SHORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005-08 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS . . . . . .2003-05 MATTHEW SHEARMAN . . . . . . . . .2008 CHRISTOFFER SORENSEN . . . . . .2004 GEOFF SPILLIAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 JEFF STARKEY . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93 COLIN STEENKAMP . . . . . . . . .1988-90 LENIN STEENKAMP . . . . . . . . .1989-92 ROGER STIGHALL . . . . . . . . . .1994-97 KEVIN STREET . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-05 ROB STRICKLAND . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998 PAUL STURT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 PER SWARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 T-U-V GABE TABOADA . . . . . . . .2006-PRES. JONATHAN TAYLOR . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 JOHN THOMSON . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 TOOMAS TIUHKORPI . . . . . . . . . . .1990 MARK TRYON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994 FINN TOMULEVSKI . . . . . . . . .1999-01 JARIO VELANDIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1987 MARK VERMEULEN . . . . . . . . .1986-88

FERNANDO VILLALOBOS . . . .2000-03 KENNETH VIQUEZ . . . . . . . . . .2005-06 W-X-Y-Z BRANDON WALKER . . . . . . . . . . .1994 CARL WALLACE . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-06

Carl Wallace DARREN WARHAM . . . . . . . . .1995-98 PHILLIP WARING . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994 BYRON WARNER . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 STIG WASSBAKK . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 JEREMY WATSON . . . . . . . . . . .2001-02 MATT WATTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2006 RICHIE WHITE . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990-93 NATHAN WHITMAN . . . . . . . . .1993-94 GARTHFIELD WHYTE . . . . . . . .2002-03 JACK WILLIAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007 DEAN WILSON . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-00 ROBERT WINSTANLEY . . . . . . .2007-08 MARK WRIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 DUSTIN WOODS . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 WILLIAM YOUNG . . . . . . . . . . .2005-06 CAMERON ZARBAUGH . . . . . . . . .1996 RONNY ZAVLODAVER . . . . . . .2003-04 CURRENT PLAYERS IN BOLD


ALL-TIME AGAINST OPPONENTS SCHOOL ADELPHI ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE ALDERSON-BROADDUS ASHLAND AUBURN-MONTGOMERY AUGUSTA STATE AZUSA PACIFIC BAKER BALDWIN-WALLACE BARRY BELHAVEN BELMONT ABBEY BENTLEY BERRY BLOOMFIELD BROOKLYN C.W. POST CAL. STATE BAKERSFIELD CAL. STATE CHICO CAMPBELL CARSON-NEWMAN CATAWBA CENTRAL ARKANSAS CENTRAL FLORIDA CHARLESTON CHRISTIAN BROTHERS COASTAL CAROLINA COVENANT DAVIS & ELKINS DELTA STATE DOWLING EAST STROUDSBURG ECKERD EMBRY-RIDDLE EMORY ERSKINE FLAGLER FLORIDA ATLANTIC FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL FLORIDA SOUTHERN FLORIDA TECH FORT LEWIS FRANCIS MARION FRANKLIN PIERCE FRESNO PACIFIC GENEVA GEORGE FOX GEORGIA STATE GRAND CANYON GRANDVIEW GREEN MOUNTAIN HARDING HIGH POINT HOLY FAMILY HOUGHTON HUNTINGDON ILL-SPRINGFIELD INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA-PURDUE-FW JOHNSON STATE KENDALL KING LAGRANGE LANDER LIFE LINCOLN MEMORIAL LINDENWOOD

FIRST MEETING 2000 1990 1996 1987 2000 1994 1998 1992 1993 1999 1986 1992 1990 1997 1988 1993 1990 1988 1997 2003 1996 2002 1991 2003 1986 1986 1991 1987 1994 1987 2006 1995 1995 1986 1989 1986 1986 1986 1987 1986 1997 1986 2005 1997 2003 1996 1993 1993 1986 1996 1992 1991 2001 1993 1995 1995 1991 1989 2001 2005 1989 1998 1987 1989 1987 1995 1999 1993

WON 1 1 5 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 17 1 4 2 7 1 0 2 0 1 1 2 4 3 3 2 9 2 1 1 2 2 1 17 6 1 2 16 10 7 12 17 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 5 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 8 0 3 1

LOST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

LAST TIE MEETING 0 2000 0 1990 0 2008 2 1990 0 2000 1 1994 0 1998 0 1992 0 2000 0 1999 1 2008 0 1993 0 1999 0 2005 0 1993 0 1993 1 1990 0 1996 0 1997 0 2003 0 1998 0 2003 0 2002 0 2005 0 1991 0 1997 0 2008 0 1991 0 1994 0 1987 0 2007 0 2003 0 1995 0 2008 0 2008 0 1986 0 1989 1 2008 0 1998 3 1999 0 2008 0 2008 0 2005 0 1998 0 2008 0 1996 0 1993 0 1993 0 1986 0 1996 0 1992 0 1991 0 2008 0 1994 0 1995 0 1995 0 1994 2 1995 0 2001 0 2005 0 1993 0 1998 0 1987 0 1989 0 2005 0 1995 0 2003 0 1993

SCHOOL LINDSEY WILSON LOCK HAVEN LONG ISLAND MALONE MARIAN MARS HILL MARYCREST MEMPHIS MIDWESTERN STATE MOBILE MONTEVALLO MOREHOUSE MT. VERNON NAZARENE NATIONAL LOUIS NAVY NEW YORK TECH NORTHEASTERN STATE NORTHERN ILLINOIS NORTH FLORIDA NORTHWOOD (FLA.) NORTH TEXAS NOVA SOUTHEASTERN OAKLAND OHIO WESLEYAN OUCHITA BAPTIST PALM BEACH ATLANTIC POST PRESBYTERIAN QUEENS RADFORD REGIS ROCKHURST ROLLINS ROWAN SAINT LEO ST. THOMAS SEATTLE SEATTLE PACIFIC SIMON FRASER SOUTH ALABAMA SC-UPSTATE SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT SOUTHERN NAZARENE SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA TEXAS CHRISTIAN TRANSYLVANIA TRINTY INTERNATIONAL TRUMAN STATE UNC-GREENSBORO UNC-PEMBROKE UNC-WILMINGTON VITERBO WALSH WARNER PACIFIC WEBBER INTERNATIONAL WEST FLORIDA WESTMONT WEST TEXAS A&M WEST VIRGINIA W.VA. WESLEYAN WILLIAM CAREY WINGATE

FIRST MEETING 1992 1995 1988 1994 1992 2000 1991 1991 1988 1993 2004 2001 1996 1991 1987 2005 1999 1986 1991 1997 1988 1986 1989 1997 2001 1986 1988 1996 1993 1989 1995 1990 1986 2001 1994 1986 1994 1986 1987 1987 1986 1997 1987 1986 1986 1988 1994 1999 1996 1986 2000 1989 1990 1992 1990 1997 1988 1989 2001 1987 1987 1989 1995

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WON 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 5 8 1 23 0 1 3 12 2 1 1 1 1 2 17 2 15 5 1 1 2 1 5 1 1 2 16 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 8 1 1 1 2 2 4

LOST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0

LAST TIE MEETING 0 1993 0 1995 0 1988 0 1994 0 1992 0 2000 0 1992 0 1991 1 1992 0 1998 0 2007 0 2001 0 1996 0 1991 0 1990 0 2005 0 2000 0 1986 0 1996 0 2004 0 1988 3 2008 1 1989 0 1997 0 2003 0 2008 0 1995 0 1996 0 1993 1 1991 0 1995 0 1994 1 2008 0 2005 0 2008 0 2002 0 1994 0 1986 1 1991 0 1989 1 1998 0 1999 0 1987 1 1990 1 2008 0 1988 0 1994 0 1999 0 2008 0 1986 0 2000 0 1989 0 1990 0 1992 0 1990 0 2003 0 2008 0 1989 0 2001 0 1987 0 1994 0 1992 0 2000


ALL-TIME SEASON RESULTS 2008 OVERALL RECORD: 18-2-0 SSC RECORD: 7-1-0 SSC REGULAR SEASON & TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL APPEARANCE HEAD COACH: JOHN ROOTES DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/28 ..VS ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE..........W 4-0 08/30 ..AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS (2OT) W 2-1 09/01 ..AT HARDING ................................W 8-0 09/06 ..EMBRY-RIDDLE............................W 3-0 09/11 ..FRANKLIN PIERCE ......................W 5-0 09/13 ..TRUMAN STATE............................W 1-0 09/20 ..AT BARRY *..................................W 5-1 09/24 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 3-1 09/27 ..FLAGLER ......................................W 2-1 10/01 ..TAMPA * ......................................W 4-1 10/11 ..AT FLORIDA TECH * ....................W 4-1 10/15 ..ROLLINS * ..................................W 1-0 10/18 ..AT ECKERD * ................................L 1-2 10/25 ..SAINT LEO * ................................W 3-2 10/29 ..FLORIDA SOUTHERN * ............W 10-0 11/01 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN *........W 3-2 11/07 ..ECKERD ! ....................................W 4-1 11/09 ..TAMPA ! ........................................W 4-0 11/14 ..WEST FLORIDA # ........................W 5-2 11/16 ..TAMPA # ........................................L 2-3 2007 OVERALL RECORD: 15-3-0 SSC RECORD: 7-1-0 SSC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL APPEARANCE HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/23 ..MONTEVALLO ..............................W 2-0 08/26 ..AT ALABAMA-HUTSVILLE ............W 4-1 08/28 ..VS HARDING ................................W 7-0 08/30 ..VS DELTA STATE ..........................W 3-0 09/07 ..VS CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ..........W 1-0 09/09 ..VS FLAGLER ................................W 2-0 09/15 ..AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN * ..........W 9-0 09/19 ..FLORIDA TECH *..........................W 4-0 09/22 ..AT EMBRY-RIDDLE ......................W 3-1 09/29 ..AT TAMPA * ..................................L 2-4 10/03 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN * ............W 3-1 10/06 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 2-1 10/10 ..BARRY * ......................................W 2-1 10/13 ..AT SAINT LEO *............................W 5-1 10/20 ..ECKERD *....................................W 3-0 10/27 ..AT ROLLINS * ..............................W 2-1 11/02 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ! (2OT) ....T 0-0 11/04 ..TAMPA ! ........................................L 2-4 11/09 ..VS TAMPA # ..................................L 1-2 2006 OVERALL RECORD: 15-2-0 SSC RECORD: 0-4-4 NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL RUNNER-UP HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/24 ..AT MONTEVALLO..........................W 4-1 08/27 ..AT ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE ..........W 1-0 09/08 ..AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ..........W 2-0 09/10 ..VS HARDING ................................W 4-0 09/11 ..AT DELTA STATE. ..........................W 2-0 09/17 ..SAINT LEO ^ ................................W 2-0 09/23 ..AT BARRY ^ ..................................W 3-1 09/27 ..FLORIDA SOUTHERN ^ ................W 3-1

09/30 10/04 10/07 10/11 10/14 10/18 10/21 11/02 11/05

..AT FLORIDA TECH ^ ....................W 3-0 ..AT ECKERD ^ ................................L 1-2 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 5-2 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ^ ........W 3-0 ..TAMPA ^ ......................................W 5-0 ..EMBRY-RIDDLE............................W 2-0 ..ROLLINS COLLEGE ^ ..................W 2-1 ..VS ROLLINS # ..............................W 3-0 ..AT WEST FLORIDA # ....................L 1-2

2005 OVERALL RECORD: 16-3-0 SSC RECORD: 6-2-0 NCAA SEMIFINALIS HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 09/02 ..IPFW ............................................W 5-0 09/09 ..CENTRAL ARKANSAS ..................W 2-1 09/11 ..CHRISTIAN BROTHERS................W 3-1 09/14 ..FLORIDA TECH *..........................W 8-0 09/18 ..NEW YORK TECH ........................W 3-0 09/24 ..AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN * ..........W 4-2 09/28 ..AT ROLLINS..................................W 4-2 10/01 ..ECKERD (2OT) *..........................W 1-0 10/06 ..ROWAN ........................................W 2-1 10/09 ..BENTLEY....................................W 11-1 10/12 ..AT TAMPA * ..................................W 2-0 10/15 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 7-0 10/18 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN * ............W 3-1 10/22 ..AT SAINT LEO (2OT) * ..................L 1-2 11/05 ..BARRY * ........................................L 2-3 11/11 ..VS CENTRAL ARKANSAS # ........W 7-1 11/13 ..AT SAINT LEO #............................W 3-1 11/19 ..LANDER UNIVERSITY # ..............W 8-0 12/02 ..VS FORT LEWIS # ........................L 4-6 2004 OVERALL RECORD: 12-5-0 SSC RECORD: 5-3-0 SSC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/27 ..AT MONTEVALLO (2OT)................W 1-0 08/29 ..AT ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE ..........W 4-0 09/10 ..AT CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2OT) L 1-2 09/12 ..AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ............L 0-1 09/18 ..AT ECKERD* ................................W 6-1 09/29 ..FLORIDA SOUTHERN ..................W 4-0 10/02 ..SAINT LEO* ................................W 5-1 10/08 ..AT BARRY* ....................................L 2-3 10/13 ..NORTHWOOD (FLA.) ....................W 3-0 10/16 ..TAMPA*........................................W 3-1 10/21 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN*..........L 2-3 10/23 ..AT PALM BEACH ATLANTIC..........W 3-2 10/27 ..ROLLINS*......................................L 0-1 10/29 ..AT FLORIDA TECH*......................W 6-2 11/02 ..SAINT LEO! ..................................W 2-1 11/05 ..AT ROLLINS! ................................W 1-0 11/07 ..VS NOVA SOUTHEASTERN! ........W 2-1 2003 OVERALL RECORD: 22-0-1 SSC RECORD: 7-0-0 SSC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/29 ..AT WEST FLORIDA ......................W 3-2 08/31 ..AT OUACHITA BAPTIST ................W 7-1

* SSC Match ! SSC Tournament # NCAA Tournament %NAIA Tournament

09/02 09/06 09/12 09/14 09/18 09/21 09/27 09/30 10/04 10/08 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/01 11/04 11/07 11/09 11/15 11/22 12/05 12/07

..AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL..............W 3-1 ..WEBBER INTERNATIONAL ..........W 3-1 ..VS CENTRAL ARKANSAS ............W 4-0 ..VS FRANKLIN PIERCE ................W 5-1 ..CHRISTIAN BROTHERS................W 3-0 ..AT SAINT LEO* ............................W 5-0 ..AT TAMPA* ..................................W 2-1 ..AT NORTHWOOD (FLA.) ..............W 1-0 ..AT ROLLINS*................................W 4-2 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN (2OT)* T 2-2 ..FLORIDA TECH* ..........................W 7-1 ..BARRY (OT)* ................................W 2-1 ..AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN*............W 7-1 ..ECKERED* ..................................W 6-1 ..ECKERED! ....................................W 6-1 ..SAINT LEO! ..................................W 4-0 ..BARRY! ........................................W 2-1 ..ROLLINS# ....................................W 2-1 ..CARSON-NEWMAN# ....................W3-0 ..VS DOWLING# ............................W 3-2 ..VS CAL STATE-CHICO# ................W 2-1

2002 OVERALL RECORD: 16-1-0 SSC RECORD: 6-1-0 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/30 ..WEST FLORIDA ............................W 4-0 09/01 ..CARSON-NEWMAN ......................W 5-1 09/03 ..AT HARDING ................................W 3-1 09/04 ..ATOUACHITA BAPTIST ..................W 4-0 09/07 ..NORTHWOOD ..............................W 1-0 09/13 ..VS ST. THOMAS (FLA.) ................W 4-1 09/15 ..VS CATAWBA ................................W 5-0 09/22 ..AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ..........W 4-1 09/28 ..TAMPA*........................................W 4-1 10/05 ..ROLLINS* ....................................W 2-0 10/11 ..AT FLORIDA TECH*......................W 6-0 10/15 ..AT BARRY* ....................................L 2-3 10/21 ..AT WEBBER..................................W 7-0 10/26 ..FLORIDA SOUTHERN* ................W 7-0 10/30 ..AT NOVA SOUTHESTERN ............W 2-0 11/02 ..AT ECKERD* ................................W 4-1 11/09 ..SAINT LEO* ................................W 5-0 2001 OVERALL RECORD: 17-2-0 SSC RECORD: 6-1-0 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/25 ..AT HARDING ................................W 5-2 08/27 ..AT OUCHITA BAPTIST ..................W 4-0 08/31 ..INDIANAPOLIS ............................W 3-2 09/08 ..VS WEBBER INTERNATIONAL ....W 5-0 09/09 ..VS MOREHOUSE..........................W 4-3 09/13 ..AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL..............W 5-0 09/20 ..AT ROLLINS*................................W 2-0 09/23 ..CHRISTIAN BROTHERS................W 4-2 09/26 ..FLORIDA TECH* ..........................W 6-0 10/02 ..BARRY*........................................W 1-0 10/05 ..ROWAN ........................................W 1-0 10/07 ..WEST TEXAS A&M ......................W 2-0 10/14 ..AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN*............W 1-0 10/20 ..ECKERD* ....................................W 6-0 10/24 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN................W 3-0 10/27 ..AT SAINT LEO* ............................W 3-0 10/31 ..AT NORTHWOOD..........................W 1-0 11/03 ..AT TAMPA* ....................................L 1-2 11/09 ..AT TAMPA# ....................................L 1-2


ALL-TIME SEASON RESULTS 2000 OVERALL RECORD: 17-2-0 SSC RECORD: 5-2-0 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON

10/28 10/31 11/07 11/15 11/22

DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/25 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 5-0 08/29 ..NORTHWOOD ..............................W-2 0 09/01 ..WINGATE ......................................W 4-2 09/03 ..UNC-PEMBROKE ........................W 6-0 09/09 ..NORTHEASTERN STATE ..............W 3-0 09/10 ..CATAWBA......................................W 5-1 09/14 ..ECKERD* ....................................W 7-0 09/17 ..ROLLINS*......................................L 0-1 09/23 ..FLORIDA TECH* ..........................W 2-1 09/29 ..BARRY* ........................................L 0-2 10/06 ..MARS HILL ..................................W 7-1 10/08 ..ASHLAND ....................................W 4-3 10/12 ..BAKER..........................................W 1-0 10/14 ..FLORIDA SOUTHERN* ................W 1-0 10/16 ..TRUMAN STATE............................W 2-1 10/21 ..SAINT LEO* ................................W 3-2 10/28 ..TAMPA*........................................W 3-2 11/01 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN................W 6-1 11/05 ..ADELPHI ......................................W 2-0 1999 OVERALL RECORD: 15-3-1 SSC RECORD: 6-0-1 SSC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE......OPPONENT ..............................RESULT 08/28 ..TRINITY INTERNATIONAL ............W 3-0 08/31 ..AT NORTHWOOD..........................W 3-0 09/04 ..VS BALDWIN-WALLACE ..............W 5-0 09/05 ..VS BELMONT ABBEY ..................W 3-0 09/10 ..VS LANDER ..................................W 4-1 09/11 ..SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT ST. . L 1-4 09/17 ..LINCOLN MEMORIAL ..................W 1-0 09/25 ..BARRY* ........................................T 1-1 09/28 ..AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN*............W 1-0 10/01 ..NORTHEASTERN STATE ..............W 2-1 10/03 ..WINGATE ......................................W 2-0 10/10 ..ECKERD* ....................................W 5-0 10/16 ..AT SAINT LEO* ............................W 3-0 10/22 ..AT TAMPA* ..................................W 2-0 10/27 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..........W 3-0 10/30 ..AT ROLLINS*................................W 2-1 11/03 ..FLORIDA TECH* ..........................W 1-0 11/07 ..AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ......L 1-3 11/13 ..BARRY# ........................................L 0-1 1998 OVERALL RECORD: 18-1-0 SSC RECORD: 7-0-0 SSC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 09/01 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN................W 3-1 09/05 ..VS KENDALL ................................W 4-0 09/06 ..VS WINGATE ................................W 4-0 09/12 ..MOBILE ........................................W 2-1 09/20 ..WEST FLORIDA ............................W 5-1 09/23 ..AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC ................W 1-0 09/29 ..FLORIDA SOUTHERN* ................W 2-0 10/02 ..FRANCIS MARION........................W 3-0 10/04 ..AUGUSTA STATE ..........................W 5-0 10/07 ..AT ECKERD* ................................W 9-0 10/10 ..SAINT LEO* ................................W 7-0 10/17 ..TAMPA*........................................W 2-0 10/71 ..ROLLINS* ....................................W 3-0 10/24 ..NORTHWOOD ..............................W 3-1

..AT FLORIDA TECH*......................W 2-0 ..AT CAMPBELL ..............................W 2-1 ..AT BARRY* ..................................W 1-0 ..BARRY#........................................W 3-0 ..USC-SPARTANBURG# ..................L 1-2

1997 OVERALL RECORD: 19-2-0 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NCAA NATIONAL RUNNER-UP DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 08/30 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..........W 3-0 09/03 ..FLORIDA ATLANTIC ......................W 2-1 09/06 ..VS FRANCIS MARION ..................W 1-0 09/07 ..VS WEBBER ................................W 2-0 09/17 ..ECKERD ......................................W 6-0 09/20 ..AT ROLLINS..................................W 2-0 09/24 ..AT MOBILE ..................................W 2-1 09/28 ..OHIO WESLEYAN ........................W 1-0 10/01 ..AT SAINT LEO ................................L 1-3 10/10 ..CHARLESTON (W. VA.) ................W 5-0 10/12 ..USC-SPARTANBURG ....................W 1-0 10/15 ..AT NORTHWOOD (FLA.) ..............W 6-0 10/19 ..BENTLEY ......................................W 7-0 10/25 ..FLORIDA TECH ............................W 6-0 10/29 ..BARRY ..........................................W 3-2 11/01 ..AT TAMPA ....................................W 3-1 11/05 ..AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN ..............W 2-1 11/16 ..VS TAMPA (3OT)# ........................W 1-0 11/26 ..VS USC-SPARTANBURG# ............W 3-1 12/05 ..SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT ST#. .W 1-0 12/07 ..VS CAL ST-BAKERSFIELD# ..........L 0-1 1996 OVERALL RECORD: 12-4-4 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NCAA SEMIFINALST DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 09/07 ..FRESNO PACIFIC..........................W 5-0 09/08 ..NORTH FLORIDA..........................W 4-1 09/14 ..AT BARRY ......................................L 0-4 09/18 ..AT ECKERD ..................................W 5-1 09/21 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN................W 3-0 09/23 ..AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL........T 2-2 09/28 ..AT SAINT LEO ..............................W 4-0 10/04 ..PRESBYTERIAN ..........................W 2-0 10/06 ..C.W. POST ....................................W 2-0 10/11 ..AT USC-SPARTANBURG ................T 0-0 10/12 ..AT CATAWBA ................................W 3-1 10/17 ..VS MT. VERNON NAZARENE ......W 4-0 10/20 ..AT TAMPA ......................................T 0-0 10/26 ..AT CAMPBELL ..............................L 0-2 10/30 ..AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC ..................L 0-1 11/04 ..ROLLINS ........................................T 1-1 11/08 ..ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE ..............W 1-0 11/10 ..TRUMAN STATE............................W 3-0 11/12 ..VS TAMPA# ..................................W 5-3 12/06 ..VS GRAND CANYON# ..................L 0-1 1995 OVERALL RECORD: 16-4-1 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 09/02 ..MOBILE ........................................L 1-2 09/03 ..WINGATE ......................................W 5-0 09/08 ..TEIKYO POST ..............................W 4-0 09/10 ..LOCK HAVEN................................W 3-1 09/13 ..AT BARRY (OT) ............................W 4-3 09/16 ..ECKERD (OT) ..............................W 2-1 09/21 ..FLORIDA ATLANTIC ......................W 1-0 09/23 ..SAINT LEO (OT) ............................W 3-1

09/26 10/02 10/08 10/10 10/13 10/15 10/24 10/27 10/29 11/02 11/04 11/20 11/22

..TAMPA ..........................................L 1-5 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..........W 3-2 ..DOWLING ....................................W 4-0 ..AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL........T 2-2 ..EAST STROUDSBURG..................W 4-1 ..C.W. POST ....................................W 4-0 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 7-0 ..REGIS ..........................................W 2-0 ..LANDER ......................................W 6-0 ..HOLY FAMILY ............................W 15-0 ..LIFE................................................L 1-2 ..VS HOUGHTON% ........................W 5-0 ..VS ILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD% ........L 0-1

1994 OVERALL RECORD: 18-6-1 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NAIA SEMIFINALIST DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 09/03 ..AT HIGH POINT ............................W 2-0 09/5 ....AT BELMONT ABBEY ..................W 4-1 09/10 ..MALONE ......................................W 2-0 09/14 ..AUBURN-MONTGOMERY ..............T 2-2 09/16 ..FLORIDA TECH (OT) ......................L 1-2 09/20 ..PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..............W 2-0 09/24 ..AT ROLLINS..................................W 2-0 09/27 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN................W 4-1 10/01 ..AT FLORIDA TECH ........................L 3-4 10/07 ..AT TAMPA ......................................L 2-3 10/09 ..AT ECKERD ..................................W 5-1 10/13 ..AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC ................W 7-0 10/16 ..AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ......L 0-2 10/18 ..COVENANT (OT) ..........................W 2-1 10/21 ..TRANSYLVANIA ............................W 2-0 10/23 ..SEATTLE PACIFIC ........................W 4-0 10/26 ..BARRY ..........................................W 3-0 10/28 ..AT SAINT LEO (OT) ........................L 1-2 11/03 ..HUNTINGDON% ..........................W 4-0 11/05 ..AUBURN-MONTGOMERY% ..........W 3-1 11/09 ..FLAGLER% ..................................W 1-0 11/11 ..AUBURN-MONTGOMERY% ..........W 1-0 11/22 ..SANGAMON STATE% ..................W 4-0 11/23 ..ROCKHURST% ............................W 3-2 11/25 ..W.VA. WESLEYAN% ......................L 1-2 1993 OVERALL RECORD: 23-1-0 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NAIA NATIONAL RUNNER-UP DATE ....OPPONENT..............................RESULT 09/01 ..AT BELHAVEN ..............................W 2-0 09/03 ..VS BAKER ....................................W 2-0 09/07 ..GENEVA........................................W 6-0 09/10 ..AT BARRY ....................................W 3-1 09/12 ..JOHNSON STATE..........................W 5-0 09/14 ..AT PALM BEACH ATLANTIC........W 14-0 09/22 ..FLAGLER ......................................W 6-0 09/25 ..HUNTINGDON..............................W 4-0 09/28 ..AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..........W 4-0 10/02 ..HIGH POINT ................................W 9-0 10/03 ..LINDENWOOD..............................W 4-0 10/09 ..VS QUEENS..................................W 8-0 10/10 ..VS NORTH FLORIDA ....................W 9-0 10/13 ..AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ......W 4-1 10/16 ..BELMONT ABBEY ........................W 8-0 10/21 ..LINDSEY WILSON ........................W 7-0 10/27 ..FLORIDA ATLANTIC ......................W 3-1 11/03 ..NOVA SOUTHEASTERN% (OT) ....W 2-1 11/06 ..FLAGLER% ..................................W 5-1 11/13 ..BARRY% ....................................W 10-0 11/22 ..GEORGE FOX% ............................W 8-1 11/24 ..BLOOMFIELD% ............................W 2-0

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ALL-TIME SEASON RESULTS 11/26 ..MOBILE% ....................................W 3-1 11/27 ..SANGAMON STATE% (OT) ............L 3-4 1992 OVERALL RECORD: 20-3-1 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NAIA NATIONAL RUNNER-UPS OPPONENT............................................RESULT AT GRANDVIEW ..........................................W 7-0 AT MARYCREST ..........................................W 5-1 AT FLORIDA TECH ........................................L 1-4 ST. THOMAS (FLA.) ....................................W 5-0 WALSH ........................................................W 4-0 AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC................................W 3-2 AZUSA PACIFIC ..........................................W 3-1 AT WEST FLORIDA ......................................W 6-0 AT WILLIAM CAREY ..................................W 1-3^ NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..............................W 2-1 BARRY ........................................................W 1-0 AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ........................W 6-1 AT BELHAVEN (OT) ......................................L 0-1 LANDER ......................................................W 1-0 AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ....................W 1-0 AT FLAGLER ................................................W 3-1 MARIAN ....................................................W 14-0 NORTH FLORIDA ........................................W 3-0 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN% ..........................W 2-0 ST. THOMAS (FLA.)% ..................................W 2-0 BARRY%......................................................W 3-1 VS MIDWESTERN STATE% ..........................T 1-1 VS LINDSEY WILSON% ..............................W 3-0 VS SANGAMON STATE% ......................W 0-0 PK VS BELHAVEN% ..........................................L 1-2 1991 OVERALL RECORD: 22-0-2 HEAD COACH: SHAUN PENDLETON NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS OPPONENT............................................RESULT AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ........................W 6-1 AT MEMPHIS STATE (OT)............................W 3-1 AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..........................T 2-2 AT FLORIDA TECH ......................................W 2-1 NATIONAL LOUIS ........................................W 5-1 AT LANDER ................................................W 4-2 AT COASTAL CAROLINA ..............................W 2-0 FLORIDA ATLANTIC ....................................W 3-1 HUNTINGDON ............................................W 2-1 WEST FLORIDA (OT) ..................................W 2-1 FLAGLER ....................................................W 3-1 AT CENTRAL FLORIDA ................................W 6-0 AT EMBRY-RIDDLE ..................................W 14-0 MARYCREST ..............................................W 1-0 RADFORD ..................................................W 4-0 AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ......................T 2-2 AT NORTH FLORIDA....................................W 6-0 NORTH FLORIDA%......................................W 2-1 FLAGLER% ..................................................W 2-0 LANDER% ..................................................W 2-0 GREEN MOUNTAIN%..................................W 2-0 CATAWBA% ................................................W 1-0 SIMON FRASER% ......................................W 4-1 MIDWESTERN STATE% (OT) ......................W 2-1 1990 OVERALL RECORD: 17-4-2 HEAD COACH: ROBBIE CHURCH NAIA NATIONAL RUNNER-UP OPPONENT............................................RESULT AT NAVY ......................................................W 2-1 AT ALDERSON-BROADDUS ........................W 3-0

AT W.VA. WESLEYAN ..................................W 1-0 AT ROLLINS ................................................W 2-0 FLORIDA TECH ..........................................W 4-3 PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ............................W 9-0 AT SOUTH FLORIDA ....................................T 1-1 AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ....................W 2-1 AT BROOKLYN..............................................T 2-2 AT ALABAMA A&M ......................................W 3-1 BARRY..........................................................L 2-4 AT EMBRY-RIDDLE ....................................W 3-0 AT FLAGLER ................................................W 3-1 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..............................W 3-1 COASTAL CAROLINA ....................................L 1-4 AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC................................W 3-1 FLAGLER % (OT) ........................................W 3-2 BARRY % ....................................................W 1-0 LANDER % ..................................................L 0-2 VITERBO % ................................................W 6-0 WARNER PACIFIC % ..................................W 2-1 ROCKHURST % ..........................................W 2-1 W.VA. WESLEYAN % ....................................L 1-3 1989 OVERALL RECORD: 18-5-4 HEAD COACH: ROBBIE CHURCH NAIA NATIONAL RUNNER-UP OPPONENT............................................RESULT ALDERSON-BROADDUS ..............................T 2-2 BELMONT ABBEY ......................................W 2-1 AT PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ........................W 8-0 BARRY ........................................................W 1-0 AT LAGRANGE ............................................W 1-0 AT FLORIDA TECH ........................................L 0-2 AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN..........................W 6-2 MIDWESTERN STATE ................................W 2-1 FLORIDA ATLANTIC ......................................L 0-2 WILLIAM CAREY ........................................W 6-0 EMBRY-RIDDLE ..........................................W 8-0 AT BARRY....................................................W 4-1 RADFORD ....................................................T 2-2 AT UNC-WILMINGTON ................................W 2-0 AT OAKLAND ................................................T 1-1 AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ....................W 2-1 AT FLAGLER ................................................W 4-0 AT SOUTH ALABAMA....................................L 2-6 AT WEST FLORIDA ......................................W 3-0 AT TAMPA ....................................................L 0-1 FLAGLER % ................................................W 3-0 BARRY % ....................................................W 1-0 ERSKINE % ................................................W 2-1 VS JOHNSON STATE % ..............................W 4-0 VS SANGAMON STATE % ............................T 1-1 VS WESTMONT % ......................................W 1-0 VS W.VA. WESLEYAN % ..............................L 0-1 1988 OVERALL RECORD: 19-0-1 HEAD COACH: ROY WIGGEMANSEN NAIA NATIONAL QUARTERFINALS OPPONENT............................................RESULT BERRY ........................................................W 2-0 WEST FLORIDA ..........................................W 4-0 LONG ISLAND ............................................W 4-1 AT ROLLINS ................................................W 4-0 TAMPA ........................................................W 5-3 AT NORTH TEXAS STATE ............................W 3-1 AT TEXAS CHRISTIAN ................................W 1-0 AT MIDWESTERN STATE ............................W 1-0 COASTAL CAROLINA ..................................W 6-0 LANDER ......................................................W 2-0 AT FLAGLER ..............................................W 2- 1 AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC................................W 5-0

* SSC Match ! SSC Tournament # NCAA Tournament %NAIA Tournament

BARRY ........................................................W 3-0 AT FLORIDA TECH ......................................W 3-2 AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (OT) ............W 4-2 FLAGLER% ..................................................W 3-0 BERRY%......................................................W 3-0 USC-SPARTANBURG% ................................W 2-1 VS C.W. POST% ..........................................W 5-0 VS SIMON FRASER% ..................................T 2-2 1987 OVERALL RECORD: 23-1-1 HEAD COACH: ROY WIGGEMANSEN NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS OPPONENT............................................RESULT SOUTH ALABAMA ......................................W 2-0 USC-SPARTANBURG ..................................W 3-1 AT SOUTH FLORIDA ....................................W 2-0 CENTRAL FLORIDA ....................................W 4-0 FLAGLER ....................................................W 3-0 AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN..........................W 5-0 AT COASTAL CAROLINA ..............................L 0-1 ECKERD......................................................W 4-0 ST. THOMAS ............................................W 12-0 AT BARRY....................................................W 4-1 AT FLORIDA TECH ......................................W 2-1 ATFLORIDA INTERNATIONAL......................W 2-1 FLORIDA ATLANTIC ....................................W 4-0 AT TAMPA ....................................................W 3-0 AT NAVY ......................................................W 2-1 AT DAVIS & ELKINS ....................................W 3-1 AT ALDERSON-BROADDUS ........................T 1-1 W.VA. WESLEYAN ......................................W 3-0 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN% ..........................W 1-0 FLAGLER % ................................................W 2-1 LANDER % ..................................................W 2-0 VS KING% ..................................................W 5-0 VS SOUTHERN NAZARENE% ....................W 2-1 VS W.VA. WESLEYAN% ..............................W 3-1 VS SIMON FRASER% (OT)..........................W 1-0 1986 OVERALL RECORD: 19-1-1 HEAD COACH: ROY WIGGEMANSEN OPPONENT............................................RESULT TAMPA ........................................................W 1-0 SEATTLE PACIFIC........................................W 2-0 FLORIDA TECH ..........................................W 3-0 AT ST. THOMAS ..........................................W 3-2 AT GEORGIA STATE ....................................W 2-0 AT EMORY ..................................................W 5-0 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL..........................W 4-1 AT NORTHERN ILLINOIS ............................W 1-0 AT SOUTH FLORIDA ....................................W 3-0 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN ..............................W 3-0 AT ROLLINS ................................................W 2-0 AT ECKERD ................................................W 5-1 PALM BEACH ATLANTIC ..........................W 11-0 AT CHARLESTON ........................................W 5-0 AT ERSKINE ................................................W 1-0 AT USC-SPARTANBURG ..............................W 2-0 AT UNC-GREENSBORO ..............................W 5-2 AT FLAGLER ................................................T 2-2 AT CENTRAL FLORIDA ................................W 1-0 BARRY ........................................................W 3-0 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN% ............................L 2-3


POSTSEASON HONORS All-Sunshine State Conf. 2008 JEAN ALEXANDRE......................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST ADAM ALCOCK..........................2ND TYRELL BURGESS ....................2ND SAM CRAVEN ............................2ND GABE TABOADA ........................2ND 2007 DWIGHT BARNETT ....................1ST TIM MELIA..................................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST JEAN ALEXANDRE......................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST JAMES HAYERS ........................2ND TYRELL BURGESS ....................2ND SAM CRAVEN ............................2ND 2006 CARL WALLACE..........................1ST LEON JACKSON ........................1ST TIM MELIA..................................1ST DWIGHT BARNETT....................2ND LEE PORTER ............................2ND COURTNEY RIMMER ................2ND NANO SHORT ............................HM 2005 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..............1ST CHRIS KNOX ..............................1ST CARL WALLACE..........................1ST DAVID BENN ..............................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST LEON JACKSON ........................2ND LIAM BULL ..................................HM 2004 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..............1ST ANDY HIRST ..............................1ST LIAM BULL ................................1ST CARL WALLACE ........................2ND DAVID BENN ............................2ND 2003 ROSS LUMSDEN........................1ST MARK MELLING ........................1ST GARTHFIELD WHYTE ................1ST DAVID BENN ............................2ND LIAM BULL ................................2ND FERNANDO VILLALOBOS ........2ND ANDY HIRST................................HM JARED MONTZ............................HM

2000 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST JOSH KRISTOWSKI ....................1ST FUNN TOMULEVSKI ..................1ST DEAN WILSON ..........................2ND 1999 LEE DUKES ................................1ST GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST MATT NELSON ..........................1ST FINN TOMULEVSKI ....................1ST DEAN WILSON ..........................1ST JAMIE HOWE ............................2ND MORTEN KRISTENSEN ............2ND 1998 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST MORTEN KRISTENSEN ............1ST JOSH KRISTOWSKI ....................1ST DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST ANDERS DAHL..........................2ND DYLAN KENDRICK ....................2ND JAN KOKKIM ............................2ND ROB STRICKLAND ....................2ND BYRON WARNER ......................2ND MATT NELSON............................HM

CARL WALLACE - MVP

NEATHAN GIBSON ....................3RD

2003 LIAM BULL ANDY HIRST - MVP ROSS LUMSDEN MARK MELLING RONNY ZAVLODAVER

1990 RICHARD CARDOSA ..................1ST TONY DEFILIPPIS ......................1ST IVAN MCKINLEY ........................1ST

NSCAA/Umbro/Adidas All-American 2008 LEE PORTER ............................2ND JEAN ALEXANDRE ....................3RD 2007 DWIGHT BARNETT....................3RD LEE PORTER ............................3RD 2006 LEON JACKSON ........................1ST CARL WALLACE ........................3RD 2005 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..............1ST 2004 ANDY HIRST ..............................3RD

SSC Player of the Year JEAN ALEXANDRE ..................2008 MARK MELLING......................2003 DARREN WARHAM ................1998

SSC Offensive Player of the Year

2003 ROSS LUMSDEN........................1ST MARK MELLING ......................2ND GARTHFIELD WHYTE................3RD

1989 COLIN STEENKAMP ..................1ST WARREN DUPONT ....................3RD 1988 DARRIN KELLY ..........................1ST MARK VERMEULEN ..................1ST COLIN STEENKAMP..................3RD 1987 DARREN KELLY..........................1ST MARK VERMUELEN ..................1ST DEREK BACKMAN ....................3RD 1986 PAUL NEWMAN..........................1ST

Daktronics All-American 2008 JEAN ALENDRE..........................1ST TYRELL BURGESS ....................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST JAMES HAYERS ........................3RD NANO SHORT............................3RD 2007 DWIGHT BARNETT ....................HM LEE PORTTER ............................HM NANO SHORT ............................HM

JEAN ALEXANDRE ..................2008 DWIGHT BARNETT ..................2007

2002 ROSS LUMSDEN........................1ST LEE DUKES ..............................3RD

SSC Defensive Player of the Year

2000 GARETH DUNN ........................3RD

TIM MELIA ..............................2007 LEON JACKSON ......................2006 ROSS LUMSDEN ....................2003 JULIEN FRUITIER ....................2001

1999 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST

SSC Freshman of the Year

1998 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST

1995 IAN HINDMARSH ......................1ST JAKOB LORENTZON ..................1ST

1997 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST GARETH DUNN ........................2ND

1994 IAN HINDMARSH ......................1ST JAKOB LORENTZON ..................1ST JOE SCHAFER ..........................2ND

CHRIS KARAGIANIS ................2002 FINN TOMULEVSKI ................1999 ROB STRICKLAND ..................1998

SHAUN PENDLETON..............1999, ..................................2003 & 2007

1996 DARREN WARHAM ..................2ND

SSC All-Tournament

1995 IAN HINDMARSH ......................1ST JAKOB LORENTZON ..................1ST

2008 JEAN ALEXANDRE - MVP JOE BUPPERT TYRELL BURGESS LEE PORTER NANO SHORT

2001 LEE DUKES ................................1ST JULIEN FRUITIER ......................1ST JAN KOKKIM ..............................1ST ROSS LUMSDEN........................1ST FINN TOMULEVSKI ....................1ST FERNANDO VILLALOBOS ..........1ST STOG WASSBAKK......................1ST MARTIN HALLE PETERSEN ......2ND

2007 SAM CRAVEN LEE PORTER NANO SHORT 2004 HIROSHI ANDO JARED MONTZ LEE PAUL SCROGGINS

2003 ANDY HIRST ............................3RD 1996 DARREN WARHAM ..................2ND

NAIA All-American

SSC Coach of the Year

2002 LEE DUKES ................................1ST CHRIS KARAGIANIS ..................1ST ROSS LUMSDEN........................1ST MARK MELLING ........................1ST MARK DUNKERLEY ..................2ND FERNANDO VILLALOBOS ........2ND

CoSIDA All-American

1993 NEATHAN GIBSON ....................1ST RICHARD HASSE ......................1ST DARREN READ ..........................1ST

1994 IAN HINDMARSH ......................1ST JAKOB LORENTZON..................2ND

1992 LENIN STEENKAMP ..................1ST SHAWN EXSTEEN ....................2ND NEATHAN GIBSON ....................2ND

1993 NEATHAN GIBSON ....................1ST DARREN READ ..........................1ST

1991 LENIN STEENKAMP ..................1ST DARREN READ..........................2ND

1992 LENIN STEENKAMP ..................1ST NEATHAN GIBSON ....................3RD

1990 IVAN MCKINLEY ........................1ST RICHARD CARDOSO ................2ND COLIN STEENKAMP..................2ND LENIN STEENKAMP..................3RD

1991 LENIN STEENKAMP ..................1ST

2009 LYNN MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


POSTSEASON HONORS 1989 RICHARD CARDOSA ..................1ST IVAN MCKINLEY ........................1ST WARREN DUPONT ....................2ND 1987 MARK VERMEULEN ..................1ST MICHAEL ARAUJO ....................2ND EUCLIDES DE GOUVIA ..............3RD 1986 PAUL NEWMAN..........................1ST MARK VERMULEN ....................1ST 1985 MARK WRIGHT ........................2ND EUCLIDES DE GOUVIA ..............3RD 1984 GUS PARDO ..............................2ND

NSCAA/Adidas National Player of the Year

LEON JACKSON ........................1ST 2004 ANDY HIRST ..............................1ST CARL WALLACE..........................1ST LIAM BULL ................................2ND DAVID BENN ............................2ND 2003 MARK MELLING ........................1ST ROSS LUMSDEN........................1ST GARTHFIELD WHYTE ................1ST 2002 LEE DUKES ..............................1ST ROSS LUMSDEN ......................1ST MARK MELLING ......................1ST 2001 JULIEN FRUITIER ......................1ST JAN KOKKIM ..............................1ST FINN TOMULEVSKI ....................1ST LEE DUKES ..............................2ND

2003 ....................ROSS LUMSDEN

NAIA National Coach of the Year ROY WIGGEMANSEN ..............1987 SHAUN PENDLETON ..............1991

NSCAA/Umbro South Region Coach of the Year SHAUN PENDLETON ..............1996

2000 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST FINN TOMULEVSKI ....................1ST JAMIE BYERS ............................2ND JOSH KRISTOWSKI ..................2ND 1999 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST MORETN KRISTENSEN ............1ST MATT NELSON ..........................1ST FINN TOMULEVSKI ..................2ND

NAIA Tournament MVP MARK VERMUELEN ................1987 LENIN STEENKAMP ................1991

NCAA Championships All-Tournament Team

1998 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST MORTEN KRISTENSEN ............2ND JOSH KRISTOWSKI ..................3RD

ANDY HIRST! ..........................2003 ROSS LUMSDEN@..................2003 MARK MELLING......................2003 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..........2003 GARTHFIELD WHYTE..............2003

1997 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST JOSH KRISTOWSKI ..................3RD

!--OFFENSIVE MVP @--DEFENSIVE MVP

1996 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST

NSCAA/Umbro/Adidas All-South Region

Daktronics All-South Region

2008 JEAN ALEXANDRE......................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST

2008 JEAN ALEXANDRE......................1ST TYRELL BURGESS ....................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST ADAM ALCOCK..........................2ND SAM CRAVEN ............................2ND

2007 LEE PORTER ..............................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST DWIGHT BARNETT ....................1ST 2006 LEON JACKSON ........................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST CARL WALLACE..........................1ST TIM MELIA ................................2ND DWIGHT BARNETT....................2ND 2005 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..............1ST DAVID BENN ..............................1ST

2007 LEE PORTER ..............................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST DWIGHT BARNETT ....................1ST TIM MELIA ................................2ND 2006 TIM MELIA..................................1ST NANO SHORT ............................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST COURTNEY RIMMER ................2ND

CARL WALLACE ........................2ND DWIGHT BARNETT....................2ND KENNETH VIQUEZ ....................2ND

CoSIDA All-South Region 1996 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST JOHN MURRAY..........................2ND

CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America 2008 JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST 2007 JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST DWIGHT BARNETT....................3RD 2003 ANDY HIRST ..............................3RD 1995 JACOB LORENTZON ..................1ST

NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-America 2007 TIM MELIA..................................1ST LEE PORTER ............................2ND 2006 CARL WALLACE..........................1ST 2005 LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..............1ST 2004 ANDY HIRST ..............................2ND 2000 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST 1999 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST MATT NELSON ..........................3RD 1998 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST 1997 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST

NAIA Scholar Athlete All-America IAN HINDMARSH ....................1995 JAKOB LORENTZON................1995 IAN HINDMARSH ....................1994 JOHAN LUNDGREN ................1994 JAKOB LORENTZON................1994 JOHAN LUNDGREN ................1993 LEA OXLEY ..............................1993 RICHARD WHITE ....................1993 RICHARD WHITE ....................1992

CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District 2008 KYLE CONRAD ..........................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST

2007 DWIGHT BARNETT ....................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST TIM MELIA..................................1ST LEE PORTER ............................2ND 2006 CARL WALLACE..........................1ST COURTNEY RIMMER ................2ND 2004 RONY ZAVLODAVER ..................1ST MARK DUNKERLY ....................2ND ANDY HIRST ..............................2ND 2003 ANDY HIRST ..............................1ST

NSCAA/Adidas AcademicAll-South Reg. 2007 TIM MELIA..................................1ST LEE PORTER ..............................1ST JAMES HAYERS..........................1ST 2006 CARL WALLACE ........................2ND WILLIAM YOUNG ......................2ND 2005 LIAM BULL ................................1ST LEE PAUL SCROGGINS ..............1ST CARL WALLACE ........................2ND 2004 ANDY HIRST ..............................1ST JARED MONTZ ..........................2ND MARK DUNKERLEY ..................3RD 2003 MARK DUNKERLEY ..................2ND JARED MONTZ ..........................3RD MARKUS RUDIN ........................HM 2001 GEOFF PEATTIE..........................1ST JULIEN FRUITIER ......................2ND 2000 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST 1999 GARETH DUNN ..........................1ST MATT NELSON ..........................2ND 1998 DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST MATT NELSON ..........................2ND BYRON WARNER ......................2ND 1997 ROGER STIGHALL ......................1ST DARREN WARHAM ....................1ST BYRON WARNER ......................2ND


UNIVERSITY FACTS About the University... Lynn University is an independent, nonprofit, higher education institution, located in Boca Raton, Fla., which stresses individualized learning, innovative approaches and an international focus among its students and faculty. Founded in 1962, the university originally received accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1967 and has upheld the high standards of the committee ever since. Today, more than 2,400 students from more than 80 nations and nearly every state come to receive Lynn’s unique learning experience and educational value. With one-quarter of its population made up of international students, Lynn has been at the top of the list of “highest number of international students” in U.S. News and World Report’s Guide to Colleges for the last three consecutive years. Lynn offers a nationally recognized undergraduate program that combines innovative approaches to liberal education with professional, career-focused degree programs. In addition to its colleges of business, international communication, arts and sciences, hospitality management and education, the university houses specialty programs including the Conservatory of Music, School of Aeronautics, a Flight Academy that offers flying lessons and pilot licenses to the general public and the Institute for Achievement and Learning, which is an international pioneer in developing successful teaching strategies for students with learning differences. Through the Dialogues of Learning, Lynn’s university-wide core curriculum, students develop the essential skills, knowledge and habits of heart and mind that prepare them for a successful career, personal fulfillment and engaged citizenship in a global society. In Lynn’s professional degree programs, students have the opportunity to integrate specialized knowledge and skills with hands-on, experiential education, a hallmark of the Lynn undergraduate experience. Lynn’s faculty are gifted educators dedicated to teaching and fostering a passion for learning in every student. With a faculty-student ratio of 16 to 1 and an average class size of between 15 and 20 students, the classroom is a learning environment in which students are an active participant. Focusing on individual needs and aspirations, Lynn University also offers students the chance to self-design their own major as well as accelerate their degree program and graduate within three years. Lynn’s mission is to inspire students to fulfill their individual potential and achieve success in their chosen profession and the community. As an intentionally small, learning-centered community, the Lynn educational experience is designed to focus exclusively on students’ unique needs,

aspirations and goals while also celebrating the richness that a diverse, international community offers for personal, intellectual and professional development. The university’s academic programs also include specific, specialized offerings that can further enhance the educational experience, such as the Honor’s Program for academically talented students, and the Institute for Achievement and Learning, a nationally recognized program that provides a vast array of individualized services for students with specific learning disabilities.

About the Campus... Lynn University is situated on a picturesque 123acre campus, landscaped with indigenous flowers and tropical trees among seven freshwater lakes. Students thrive in the university’s state-of-the-art contemporary facilities, which include: classroom buildings, men’s and women’s residence halls, a library, sports and recreation center, student center, international academic center, University Club gourmet dining facility, fitness center,

auditorium, chapel and dining hall, all of which are air conditioned. In addition, Lynn University’s campus also features tennis, basketball and sand volleyball courts, an outdoor swimming pool and soccer and baseball fields. All of this is located only three miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Lynn University is also proud of its reputation as one of the safest university campuses in the country.

About Boca Raton... Located on Florida’s exclusive “gold coast,” Lynn University is situated between Palm Beach and Fort L a u d e r d a l e , i n t h e h e a r t of Boc a Raton, w h i c h o f f e r s a c o s m o p o l i t an atm osphe re with hometown appeal. The fast-growing city attracts Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, Motorola, Sensormatic and Siemens, providing excellent internship and employment opportunities. Transportation is also easily accessible with Boca Raton centrally located in close proximity to t h r e e i n t e r n a t i o n a l a i r p o r ts.


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Lynn University President

Lynn University Sr. Vice President

DR. KEVIN M. ROSS

GREGORY J. MALFITANO

r. Kevin Ross was named the fifth president of Lynn University, succeeding his father, Dr. Donald E. Ross, who was Lynn’s president for the past 35 years. He took office July 1, 2006.

Kevin Ross has held numerous administrative positions in educational institutions, including Lynn. In his most recent role preceding his presidency as chief operating officer (COO), Kevin initiated and oversaw completion of Lynn’s long-range strategic plan with the aid of Dr. George Keller, noted higher education strategic planning expert and author of Academic Strategy: The Management Revolution in American Higher Education. The long-range plan titled, “Lynn 2020,” provides a blueprint for developing Lynn University over the next 15 years (www.lynn.edu/2020). Kevin came to Lynn in 1999 as associate dean of the Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn College of International Communication, where he facilitated installation of its stateof-the-art broadcast journalism curriculum, studios and equipment. Kevin also served as director of special projects, director of development, and vice president of institutional advancement before assuming the COO position in 2004. Under his guidance, the institutional advancement division has increased in size, scope and achievements. It has embarked on ambitious plans to raise funds to support several new campus expansion projects and academic program enhancements.

regory J. Malfitano has been associated with Lynn University for over a quarter of a century – 37 years to be precise – and has been a part of its growth from Marymount College to the College of Boca Raton to Lynn University. Presently, Malfitano serves as Senior Vice President for Administration. His administrative duties cover a wide span of responsibilities including oversight of the intercollegiate athletic program.

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Malfitano was instrumental in the Fighting Knights’ move from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II and the Sunshine State Conference. Under his leadership, Lynn University has won 19 national titles and 25 conference championships. Malfitano is presently a m e m b e r o f t h e S u n s h i n e S t a t e C o n f e r e n c e Sportsmanship Committee. Born to Beatrice Bradshaw Malfitano and the late Dr. Anthony Malfitano on June 20, 1953 in Syracuse, New York, Malfitano is one of seven siblings. Raised in Syracuse, he attended Bishop Ludden High School, which a short time ago honored him as an “Outstanding Alumni of the Class of 1971.” Malfitano went on to earn an Associate Degree from Marymount College, a Bachelor’s Degree from Wilmington College, and a Master’s Degree from Central Michigan University. A recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Award from Lynn University in 1991 and the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998, Malfitano currently serves as Vice President of the One Hundred Club of Palm Beach County and was honored with the 1998 University of Notre Dame Exemplar Award for

Kevin earned his A.B. degree in English in 1994 from Colgate University and his Master of Arts in Liberal Arts in 1997 at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Md. He recently received his doctorate in higher education leadership and policy from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. His dissertation topic was “Bridging the Gap: A Multi-Case Study of the Adoption and Implementation of Instructional Technology in Higher Education.” In addition to receiving in-depth leadership education from his father, Kevin Ross has served as admissions officer and associate director of admissions at two independent schools, The Hill School (Pottstown, Pa.), and Avon Old Farms School (Avon, Conn.). His first higher education post was assistant to the president of Wilmington College (Wilmington, Del.). He has served on the Palm Beach Literacy Coalition board of directors, the President’s advisory board of Pope John Paul II High School, and the founding board of directors of Boca Raton Educational Television. He also is currently serving on the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is a member of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County. God, Country, and Notre Dame. He and his wife, Kristen Carr Ross, are the parents of a daughter, Ainsley, and a son, Graham. Kristen is the President of the Junior League of Boca Raton, as well as the owner of a clothing business.

Married to wife Barbara, the couple has two sons.

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Moraz is well aware of what Lynn studentathletes go through on a daily basis as she competed on the hardwood for the Knights from 1993-97. She was a four-year letterwinner for the women’s basketball team and served as team captain during her senior year. Moraz was part of the Knights’ 24-5 squad that advanced to the NAIA National Tournament its inaugural season.

risten Moraz begins her fourth year as Lynn University’s Director of Athletics. She is the sixth AD in school history and second female to hold the position. She previously served as Associate Athletics Director and the Senior Woman Administrator with the Blue & White. Under the leadership of Moraz, Lynn has reestablished itself as one of the premiere NCAA Division II programs in the nation. During her time on the job, the Fighting Knights have made 18 NCAA tournament appearances, won seven Sunshine State Conference titles and claimed the 2007 Men’s Tennis and 2009 Baseball national championships. In addition, LU jumped 54 spots in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics All-Sports Directors’ Cup Her commitment goes further than the field of play as the Blue & White have been champions in the classroom as well. An average of 114 student-athletes per semester have earned grade point averages of 3.0 or better under her guidance while over 250 student-athletes have received SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll recognition.

She also found time to be a campus leader, serving as Student Government Association president during her senior year, a member of the Knights of the Roundtable honorary society and recipient of the Trustee’s Medal, the university’s highest honor for a graduating senior. Moraz earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Lynn in 1997 and a Master of Business Administration from Lynn in 2000. She is currently an ABD doctoral candidate at Capella University’s School of Business.

DIRCTOR OF ATHLETICS

Following her playing days, Moraz spent time in the private sector and as Lynn’s student activities coordinator from 1998-2000 before returning as Assistant Athletic Director in the summer of 2002. She has also served as a mentor for Lynn’s freshman transition program, First-Year Experience.

KRISTEN MORAZ

Moraz currently sits on the NCAA Men's Soccer South Region Advisory Committee. She previously served as a member of the NCAA men’s Tennis South Regional Advisory Committee, SSC Basketball Championships Committee and chaired the 2007 SSC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships, hosted by Lynn University for the first time in school history. During her time as Associate AD, the Columbia, Md. native handled a myriad of duties for the 11-sport Fighting Knight program, including overseeing budgets, supervising coaches and teams and serving as co-advisor to Lynn’s very active Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). She was as also a representative on the NCAA Division II Softball South Region Advisory Committee (2004-06).

A 1993 graduate of Hammond High School in Columbia, she played on the Maryland Class 2A State Champion Golden Bears girl’s basketball team. Her high school accomplishments led Lynn University to recruit Moraz for its first women’s basketball team in 1993. Moraz is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Division II Athletics Directors Association (DII ADA) and volunteers with the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce.

ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

JEFF SCHALY

JON LOBBE

SWA/DIRECTOR STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

SARA QUATROCKY


ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT r. Ralph Norcio enters his 19th year at Lynn University and seventh year as the Faculty Athletics Representative. Presently a professor in the College of Business and Management, he has held the positions of MBA Coordinator, Associate Dean and Dean of the business school while at Lynn.

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Previously, he had held educational positions at Northern Virginia Community College, the University of Maryland, George Mason University, American University, Trinity College, Montgomery Community College and New York Tech.

In his position as the Faculty Athletics Representative, Dr. Norcio verifies academic eligibility for all student-athletes, administers the recruitment certification test to all coaches, chairs the Athletic Council, serves on the Sunshine State Conference Budget Committee and meets with student-athletes regarding their specific athletic programs.

Norcio holds a Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science in Biology, which he received from Georgetown University, and a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University. He earned his Doctorate of Philosophy in Business Administration from the Union Institute after presenting his dissertation “A Study of a Non-Traditional Population as They Participated in an Entrepreneurial Skills Program.”

During his time at Lynn, he has been named Outstanding Professor three times by voting of students, Outstanding Teacher by a vote of faculty and was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, where he lectured in Finance at the Academy of Economic Science in Bucharest, Romania. A certified public accountant, management accountant and financial manager, Dr. Norcio was a partner at Walden and Norcio and was coowner and vice-president of P. S. & B Enterprises, LTD prior to returning to the academic field.

Dr. Norcio also serves on the Board of Directors for the International Assembly for College Business Education and the Executive Board for the South Florida Chapter of Fulbright Association.

FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE

DR. RALPH NORCIO

The father of Jessica Norcio, 24, Dr. Norcio can be seen regularly in the stands of Lynn University athletic events during his spare time.

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COACHING STAFF

WOMEN’S GOLF

WOMEN’S SOCCER

BASEBALL

MEN’S GOLF

Courtney Bibby

Chip Dutchik

Rudy Garbalosa

Chris Greenwood

7TH SEASON

1ST SEASON

10TH SEASON

5TH SEASON

SOFTBALL

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Mandy Harris

Scott McMillin

2ND SEASON

7TH SEASON

MEN’S/WOMEN’S TENNIS

VOLLEYBALL

MEN’S SOCCER

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Mike Perez

Lynze Roos

John Rootes

Niki Washington

21ST SEASON

4TH SEASON

2ND SEASON

1ST SEASON


SUPPORT STAFF

ASSISTANT MEN’S SOCCER/GOLF COACH

Eric Abreu

ASSISTANT WOMEN’S GOLF COACH

ATHLETICS SECRETARY

Rose Addotta

ASSISTANT MEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT SOFTBALL COACH

Sean Alarcon

Chad Beattie

Brittany Bennett

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

ASSISTANT MEN’S SOCER COACH

DEVELOPMENT OFFICER HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

Jay Brandt

Michael Duck

ASSISTANT MEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

HEAD GROUNDSKEEPER

ASSISTANT WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

Marcus Hayes

Bob Kaputa

Peggy Keiper

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH

ASSTISTANT WOMEN’S SOCCER COACH

ASSTISTANT VOLLEYBALL COACH

ASSTISTANT MEN’S/ WOMEN’S TENNIS COACH

Grier Bibby

ASSISTANT SID

Jeffrey Messman

Lance Neinas

TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR

MARKETING COORDINATOR

Paul Rinschler

Jon Roos

Christine Favata

ASSISTANT VOLLEYBALL COACH

ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH

Camila Lins

Beau McMillan

Donovan O’Dowd Alyssa Ramsey

Jessy Roy

Stuart Hayers

ASSISTANT WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

Adrienne Rieley

ASSISTANT WOMEN’S SOCCER COACH

Alexandra Schunk Erin Switalski

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FACILITIES he epicenter of the Fighting Knights Athletics Department, the Count & Countess de Hoernle Sports and Cultural Center sits in the heart of the Lynn University campus. Completed in 1993, the center is the home court for the Lynn University volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball programs. Lynn’s 19 National Championship banners hang proudly from its rafters.

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Housing four team locker rooms and one officials locker room, two athletic training rooms and laundry facilities, the de Hoernle Center also contains offices for all of Lynn’s coaches and administrators. During volleyball and basketball games fans can relax in the retractable chairback seating on one side or sit close to the teams on the retractable bleachers. The combined seating capacity is 1,000. The front lobby is home to the Michael & Julie Chadwick Wall of National Champions, a space that has plaques recognizing the Fighting Knights National Championship teams, and six trophy cases which hold the many NAIA and NCAA individual and team honors of Lynn’s 11 programs. The de Hoernle Center is not just used for athletics; the gym floor is converted at the start of each academic year for Orientation and at each year's conclusion for Commencement. A new addition was welcomed into lobby of the de Hoernle Center in 2008, the Athletic Hall of Fame. Twenty-eight former student-athletes and administrators are honored on the wall for their accomplishments while with the Blue and White. The first basketball game held on the floor came on Dec. 28, 1993, as the LU women downed Michigan-Dearborn 99-72. The Knights men’s team played its first game on the floor two days later, besting Findlay 103-93 on Dec. 30, 1993. The first-ever Lynn volleyball game at de Hoernle was on Sept. 12, 1996. Home to the Fighting Knights’ outdoor sports, the McCusker Sports Complex is the site of the baseball, softball, soccer and tennis teams at Lynn University and has been the host of Sunshine State Conference and NCAA National and Regional Tournaments. The only home Lynn soccer has ever known, the McCusker Sports Complex Field has seen its share of shining moments in Fighting Knights soccer history. With its plush Bermuda grass playing surface, the field is nestled on the southwest corner of Lynn’s campus. Six national championship teams have played on the soccer field formerly known as “the graveyard.” Team benches and accommodations for the media, game staging personnel and administrators are located on one side of the field with two sets of covered bleachers and a concession stand on the other side. From 1996 to 1998, the field was the place to be to witness NCAA Division II National Finals. The Lynn women took part in the 1996 NCAA championship game while the Fighting Knights men took on Cal State-Bakersfield in the 1997 title tilt. The Lynn women captured the 1998 final on the field, downing Sonoma State 3-1 on Dec. 6, 1998. Recently the men’s soccer team defeated Lander 8-0 on Nov. 10, 2005 in the NCAA Division II Quarterfinals, the second largest margin of victory in the program’s illustrious post-season history. Lynn’s baseball field is located on the southeast corner of campus, sharing a border with Military Trail and Potomac Road. Long home runs can be seen crossing mid-day traffic as the Blue and White play all of their games during the day. Recent facelifts to the field include a new scoreboard in right field, new Bermuda grass infield and outfield and a crushed brick warning track. Dimensions are 315-right field, 355-right center, 405-center field, 365-left center and 325-left field. The baseball program claimed its first national championship in 2009. The softball field is located adjacent to the baseball field and share outfield bleachers. This field saw a program record 88 home runs sail over its fences in 2005, which are 190 down the lines and 220 to straightaway center field. The softball field received a face lift in 2006 with new outfield turf and a crushed brick warning track installed. Both men’s and women’s tennis teams host their events on the McCusker Complex’s six tennis courts. The men’s and women’s tennis teams have hosted the NCAA South Regional tournament the last four consecutive years, the first time in program history that occurred. The women’s tennis team has won six national championships while the men’s program celebrated its first national crown in 2007. These two programs have combined for 12 Sunshine State Conference Championships as Lynn also became the first school in conference history to hold back-to-back titles on both the men’s and women’s side simultaneously from 2006 to 2007. Although not on situated on campus, the Lynn men’s and women’s golf team take advantage of some of the best courses that Boca Raton has to offer . The women’s program practices at three local golf clubs, Boca Lago Country Club (www.bocalago.com), Boca Woods Country Club (www.southfloridacountryclub.com) and Boca Delray Country Club (www.bocadelray.net) while the men’s squad calls both Ocean Breeze Golf & Country Club (www.oceanbreezegolf.com) and Boca Country Club (www.bocaresort.com/golf) home.


SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 2008-09 Sunshine State Conference Champions BASEBALL: BARRY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: TAMPA WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY: TAMPA WOMEN’S GOLF: ROLLINS MEN’S SOCCER: LYNN SOFTBALL: ROLLINS & FLORIDA SOUTHERN WOMEN’S TENNIS: LYNN

MEN’S BASKETBALL: FLORIDA SOUTHERN MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY: FLORIDA SOUTHERN MEN’S GOLF: NOVA SOUTHEASTERN WOMEN’S ROWING: NOVA SOUTHEASTERN WOMEN’S SOCCER: ROLLINS MEN’S TENNIS: BARRY VOLLEYBALL: TAMPA

Sunshine State Conference Members BARRY UNIVERSITY (SINCE 1988) ECKERD COLLEGE (CHARTER MEMBER 1975) FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE (CHARTER MEMBER 1975) FLORIDA TECH (SINCE 1981) LYNN UNIVERSITY (SINCE 1997) NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY (SINCE 2002) ROLLINS COLLEGE (CHARTER MEMBER 1975) SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY (CHARTER MEMBER 1975) UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA (SINCE 1981) Commissioner: Jay Jones Assistant Commissioner Internal Operations: Kelly Harrison 407.248.8460 (T), 407.248.8325 (f)

Sunshine State Conference ounded in March of 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single-sport organization to become the NCAA Division II “Conference of Champions.” Started as a basketball conference, The SSC has since grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. A weekly check of national rankings in nearly any Division II sport proves the point, as SSC member institutions consistently find themselves ranked amongst the nation’s elite.

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Now with nine full members, the SSC is the proud owner of some 71 NCAA Division II National Championships in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball. The Orlando-based league recently added to its already full trophy case with Rollins College capturing their fifth women’s golf title and the University of Tampa claiming their first women’s soccer national championship. The SSC currently crowns regular-season champions in volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball. The league also administers season-ending tournaments in men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s rowing.

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DAY FRIDAY SUNDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY

DATE AUGUST 28 AUGUST 30 SEPTEMBER 4 SEPTEMBER 6

OPPONENT HARDING DELTA STATE SOUTH CAROLINA-AIKEN CLAYTON STATE

FRI-SUN FRIDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY

SEPT 11-13

LYNN/EMBASSY SUITES CLASSIC

SEPTEMBER 11 SEPTEMBER 11 SEPTEMBER 13 SEPTEMBER 13

BARRY VS. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS WEBBER INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BARRY VS. WEBBER INTERNATIONAL

FRIDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY TUESDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY FRI-SUN THU-SAT SAT FRI-SAT

SEPTEMBER 18 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN * SEPTEMBER 22 PALM BEACH ATLANTIC SEPTEMBER 25 FLORIDA TECH * SEPTEMBER 27 WEST FLORIDA OCTOBER 3 TAMPA * OCTOBER 7 JOHNSON & WALES OCTOBER 10 SAINT LEO * OCTOBER 13 ROLLINS * OCTOBER 18 ECKERD * OCTOBER 24 FLORIDA SOUTHERN * OCTOBER 29 BARRY * NOVEMBER 3 SSC QUARTERFINALS NOVEMBER 6-8 SSC SEMIFINALS/FINALS NOVEMBER 12-14 NCAA SOUTH REGION TOURNAMENT NOVEMBER 21 NCAA QUARTERFINALS DECEMBER 4-6 NCAA SEMIFINALS/FINALS

HOME GAMES IN BOLD * SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE GAME ALL GAMES EST

SITE SEARCY, ARK. CLEVELAND, MISS. AIKEN, S.C. MORROW, GA.

TIME 5:30 P.M. 1 P.M. 5 P.M. 7:30 P.M.

BOCA RATON, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA.

1 P.M. 3 P.M. 1 P.M. 3 P.M.

BOCA RATON, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. TAMPA, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. SAINT LEO, FLA. WINTER PARK, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. LAKELAND, FLA. BOCA RATON, FLA. TBA TBA TBA TBA TAMPA, FLA.

3 P.M. 3 P.M. 3 P.M. 12 P.M. 7 P.M. 3 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 3 P.M. 7 P.M. 3 P.M. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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