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Date

Opponent Location

Time

Fri. Aug. 24

Villanova

Riverdale, N.Y.

7:30 p.m

Fri. Aug. 31

Gonzaga#

at Spokane, Wash.

7:00 p.m.

Sun. Sep. 2

Oregon State#

at Spokane, Wash.

2:00 p.m.

Wed. Sep. 5

Columbia

at New York, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Sat. Sep. 8

Alumni Game

Riverdale, N.Y.

3:00 p.m.

Tue. Sep. 11

Temple

at Philadelphia, Pa.

3:00 p.m.

Fri. Sep. 21

St. Francis (NY)

at Brooklyn Heights, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Sun. Sep. 23

Bryant

at Smithfield, R.I.

1:00 p.m.

Fri. Sep. 28

Fordham

at Bronx, N.Y.

7:30 p.m.

Fri. Oct. 5

Marist*

at Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Sun. Oct. 7

Siena*

at Loudonville, N.Y.

1:00 p.m.

Fri. Oct. 12

Iona*

Riverdale, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Sun. Oct, 14

Fairfield*

Riverdale, N.Y.

11:00 a.m.

Sat. Oct. 20

Saint Peter’s*

at Jersey City, N.J.

1:00 p.m.

Tue. Oct. 23

Army

Riverdale, N.Y.

3:30 p.m.

Fri. Oct. 26

Rider*

at Lawrenceville, N.J.

4:00 p.m.

Sun. Oct. 28

Loyola*

at Baltimore, Md.

1:00 p.m.

Fri. Nov. 2

Niagara*

Riverdale, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Sun. Nov. 4

Canisius*

Riverdale, N.Y.

11:00 a.m.

Home game in Bold

*MAAC game

#-Gonzaga Nike Classic


this is manhattan college Directions to Gaelic Park

Quick Facts Location......................................................................................... Riverdale, N.Y. Enrollment....................................................................................................3,200 Founded.......................................................................................................... 1853 Nickname................................................................................................... Jaspers Colors...................................................................... Green (PMS # 349) & White Conference......................................................... Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) President....................................................................Brennan O’Donnell, Ph. D. Executive Vice President/Provost...................................... William Clyde, Ph. D. Vice President of Student Life.......................................Richard Satterlee, Ph. D. Director of Athletics.............................................................Robert J. Byrnes, ‘68 Associate Athletic Director............................................................. Noah LeFevre Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator......Deborah Gregory Assistant Athletic Director for Communications & Marketing............Stephen Dombroski Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine......Doug Straley MS,ATC,CSCS Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management...........Amanda McEntire Compliance Coordinator................................................................. Ariel Pesante Athletics Travel Coordinator...................................................................Jim Duffy Academic Advisors.........................................Br. David Trichtinger, Alyssa Koob Athletics Team Physicians............................................. Anthony Maddalo, M.D. . .......................................................Greg Cavaliere, M.D., Nicole Solomos, D.O. Team Chiropractor............................................................ Theresa Pirraglia, D.C. Secretary.............................................................................................Susan Pape Athletic Department Phone.............................................................718-862-7227 Athletic Department Fax..................................................................718-862-8020 Website................................................................................ www.GoJaspers.com

Home of Jasper Men's Soccer

From the South:

Driving Directions: Take Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) North, and proceed to the Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Stay straight and go under elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right (W. 240th St.). By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

From the North:

Driving Directions: Take New York State Thruway South (I-87) into the Bronx and exit at Van Cortlandt Park South. Turn right at traffic light and go straight until you pass under the elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right. By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

From the East:

Driving Directions: Bronx Whitestone or Throgs Neck Bridge to Cross Bronx Expressway South (I-95). Take Major Deegan Expressway North (I-87) to Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Stay straight and go under elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right (W. 240th St.).

men's soccer quick facts Head Coach ....................... Ashley Hammond (Third Season, Montclair State ‘94) Record at Manhattan/Years ............................................................................. 5-31-1/2 Assistant Coaches…............................................ Jorden Scott (Glamorgan ‘02), ............................................................Steve Jones (Liverpool John Moores ’00) Home Field ................................................................................................. Gaelic Park All-Time Record/Years ................................................................ 225-461-47 [.307]/45 2011 Overall Record .............................................................................................. 5-15-1 2011 Conference Record/Finish...................................................................... 3-5-1/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................................................................... 15/9 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................................................................... 6/5 Men’s Soccer Office Phone......................................................................718-862-7843

By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

From the West:

Driving Directions: Take George Washington Bridge to Major Deegan Expwy. North (Route 87). Proceed to Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Stay straight and go under elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right (W. 240th St.). By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

athletic communications Stephen Dombroski Assistant Athletic Director for Communication and Marketing Office Phone: 718-862-7228 Stephen.Dombroski@manhattan.edu

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Joe Clifford Assistant Sports Information Director Office Phone 718-862-7709 Joseph.Clifford@manhattan.edu

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Christian Heimall Sports Information Graduate Assistant Men’s Soccer Contact Office Phone 718-862-7728 Christian.Heimall@manhattan.edu


season outlook some help this year with some upgrades to our striking core that will add in some striking power and ability.” Those additions include returning players Tommy Amos who notched four points in his freshman campaign, including a goal. Naru Park and Isa Konneh look to increase the size in the forward group this year. Park, a 6’4” transfer, is originally from Japan and will have three years of eligibility in Riverdale while the 6’1” Konneh comes to Manhattan after an impressive career at Bloomfield High School in New Jersey.

MIDFIELD

One of the more veteran groups this fall will be the midfield unit. Juniors Daniel Festa, Carlo Giachino will be joined by second year players Reese Akers, Jake Scavetta, Rob Tedesco, and Andrew Santos. “Daniel and Carlo played very well for us in the latter parts of the season last year,” said Hammond. “Akers has been probably our best player this preseason and we’ve added some support for them.” Transfer Kevan Lewis joins the Jaspers after two successful years at Monroe Community College. While there, Lewis helped take the team to the NJCAA National Tournament in both years, including a championship game appearance in 2011. Joining Lewis is a bevy of freshman including Alex Shackley, a Las Vegas native, who owns the Palo Verde High School record for career goals, wins and playoff victories. Josh Binfield, Alex Recinos, and Stefhan O’Connor will also compete for playing time in their rookie seasons.

DEFENSE Christopher Lands

Coming off a magical late-season run, the 2012 Manhattan men’s soccer team will look to challenge once again for the MAAC Championship. “Obviously we were very excited with the way the season finished last year,” said Head Coach Ashley Hammond, who guided his squad to the MAAC Championship game in 2011. “We plan to win and the fact that we didn’t win many games prior to last fall was disappointing. That being said I think last year will help us this year.” Fifteen players return from the squad that reached the conference title game for just the second time in program history. That veteran core will look to mold with nine new faces as the Jaspers look to prove 2011 was just the start of the team’s new success. M a n h a t t a n

“Each year we have upgraded our team on the field,” noted Hammond. “The guys we have brought in this year give us another upgrade and there isn’t one that I wouldn’t put on the field for a game at this point.”

FORWARDS

The majority of scoring is back for the Jaspers this season despite losing Deia Nassar and Trevor Chiduku to graduation. All-MAAC Tournament team member Eugene Heerschap returns for his second year in Riverdale and will be expected to pick up where he left off as a catalyst for the offense. “Eugene came back in great shape this year and is already banging in the goals in practice,” Hammond said. “We’ve given him C o l l e g e

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Although the back line returns a strong number of players, the leadership of graduating senior Christopher Holihan will be the biggest hole at the start of the 2012 season. “I don’t think you can ever replace a guy like Chris, because he was a leader in so many ways,” Hammond admitted. “That being said we are delighted with the way our returning players have come in this preseason.” Senior co-captain CJ Dragovich will be at the helm of that returning group along with juniors Erik Montinard, Sam Howard, Sean Towey and Stefano Carlacci. “CJ has come back in great shape and looks fantastic, as does Montinard and Howard,” notes Hammond. “We’re excited about them and we’ve brought in some talented players that we believe can really help us.” Eric Mavakala is a transfer from

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season outlook Marshalltown Community College who will help with the back line. The 6’2” junior is originally from France and will battle for a starting role immediately along with freshman Brandon Alvarado.

GOALKEEPERS

Another All-MAAC Tournament player returns in goal for the Jaspers as co-captain George Ellis begins his senior year with Manhattan. The Quinnipiac transfer was instrumental in the teams stretch run posting four shutouts, including two in the conference tournament. Despite his late season success, Ellis will still battle for playing time with junior Christopher Lands. Lands missed the majority of 2011 with a hand injury after just six games. However, the former MAAC All-Rookie is back healthy and will be a factor in 2012. “We have historically played two or three keepers in non-conference games in the three years that I’ve been here,” Hammond said. “As the non-conference contests unfold we will make a decision as to who will be the number one. The great thing is that the two returners and our incoming keeper have struck a great chord with one another.” Robert Maffei enters his freshman year in Riverdale after a successful high school career at McLean High School in Virginia and also spent some time in the DC United Academy.

head across town for the annual “Battle of the Bronx” against rival Fordham on Sept. 28. The following weekend, Manhattan opens Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) play with games at Marist (Oct. 5) and Siena (Oct. 7). On Oct. 12, the Jaspers play their first home game in seven weeks when Iona comes to Gaelic Park. Manhattan posted a memorable 1-0 double-overtime victory over the Gaels in the semifinals of last season’s MAAC Tournament in Orlando, Fla. The Jaspers then host Fairfield, the team they lost to in the 2011 MAAC Championship Game, on Oct. 14. The Jaspers head back on the road for three of their next four, starting with a visit to Saint Peter’s on Oct. 20. After concluding

non-conference play with a home game against Army on Oct. 23, Manhattan makes its final road trip of the season for matchups with MAAC rivals Rider (Oct. 26) and Loyola (Oct. 28). The Jaspers then wrap up the regular season with a pair of games at Gaelic Park. Manhattan hosts Niagara on Nov. 2 and ends the season against Canisius on Nov. 4. Last season, the Jaspers defeated both the Purple Eagles and Golden Griffs in Buffalo for the first time since 2001. The MAAC Tournament will be held at Loyola’s Ridley Athletic Complex on Nov. 8-10. The tournament reverts to a fourteam format this season after all 10 schools participated in 2011.

SCHEDULE

Non-conference matchups against foes from the Big East, Pac-12 and Atlantic 10 highlight the 2012 Manhattan College men’s soccer schedule, which was announced today. The 18-game slate features six home contests at Gaelic Park, starting with the season opener against Villanova on Aug. 24. This marks the second straight season Manhattan is opening against Villanova. The Wildcats reached the semifinals of the Big East Tournament last season. After the season opener, the Jaspers are away from Gaelic Park until Oct. 12. Manhattan plays its next nine contests on the road, starting with the Gonzaga Nike Classic on Aug. 31-Sept. 2. In addition to a matchup with Gonzaga (Aug. 31), the Jaspers take on Pac-12 member Oregon State (Sept. 2) during their trip to the West Coast. Upon returning to New York, the Jaspers visit local rival Columbia on Sept. 5. Manhattan makes a brief return home for its annual Alumni Game on Sept. 8 before resuming the regular season at Temple three days later. The Jaspers visit St. Francis (NY) on Sept. 21 and Bryant on Sept. 23, then M a n h a t t a n

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Ashley Hammond Head Coach • Third Year • Montclair State ‘94

Ashley Hammond enters his third year as head men’s soccer coach at Manhattan College. The long-time New Jersey club coach was named the program’s seventh head coach in its 42 year history on December 17, 2009. After sufferring through two rough seasons, Hammond helped lead the Jaspers to one of the more impressive late season runs in 2011. After snapping a 43-match winless streak with a 1-0 victory at Niagara on Oct. 16, Manhattan went on a four match unbeaten streak including wins over Canisius and Marist. The Jaspers would finish the 2011 regular season as the six seed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) and advance to just their second championship game in program appearance. Thrilling victories over Loyola and Iona, in double overtime, propelled them into the title match where they ultimately fell 3-1 to top-seeded Fairfield. Hammond also has over 20-years of coaching experience prior to Riverdale. He has worked with the Montclair (NJ) United Soccer Club since 1987 and is in his 19th year serving as the Director of Coaching. In his time with Montclair United, Hammond has guided several teams renowned for their high level of technical skills and stylish passing to state and national prominence. Hammond coaches the Montclair Aristocats (U18 girls) and Montclair Thunderbolts (U16 girls). Under his direction for the last 11 years, the Aristocats advanced to the State Cup Finals seven of the last eight years, and won four New Jersey titles (2002, 2005, 2007, 2009). In 2005, he led the Aristocats to the National Y League championship. The Aristocats are currently ranked the #1 Under-18 team in New Jersey, #2 in Region I amongst teams in the Northeast USA and #5 nationally. Hammond achieved similar success with M a n h a t t a n

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the Thunderbolts since he stepped to the helm in 2004. The Thunderbolts advanced to back-to-back State Cup Finals (2007 & 2008), and then won the State Cup Championship in 2009. The Thunderbolts are currently ranked #14 in the United States, #3 in Region I and are the top team in New Jersey. At the high school level, Hammond served as the Montclair Kimberley Academy boys coach from 1996-2000. He was named New Jersey Star Ledger Coach of the Year in 2000 after guiding the team to its second straight Colonial Hills Conference title and the County Championship. In 1999 Montclair Kimberley Academy won the 1999 Prep School State Cup. Hammond is the co-owner and director of Sports Domain Academy which trains boys and girls, men and women under 18 in Montclair, N.J. Hammond has training experience and has conducted clinics on the international level with clubs such as with Norwich City FC (England), Colchester United FC (England), Queensland State Team (Australia), Olympiakos FC (Greece), Shorobe FC (Africa) and Sagamihara School (Japan). He has donated an annual soccer-training program in Maun & Kasane, Botswana (Africa) for the last eight years. In the United States, Hammond has previously worked with the New Jersey State Olympic Development Program (ODP) and the National Y League Training Camp in Florida. Hammond graduated from Montclair State University in 1994 earning a bachelors degree in physical education and coaching. He co-authored Goal!: The Ultimate Guide for Soccer Parents (1999) with Gloria Averbuch whose daughter, Yael, is a player on the United States Women’s national soccer team.

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Jorden Scott Assistant Coach • 3rd Year • Glamorgan ‘02

Jorden Scott enters his third year as an assistant coach on the Manhattan men’s soccer staff. Scott brings over 10 years of coaching and playing experience to Riverdale. He recently received his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. Scott has served as the Academy Director at Sports Domain Academy in Montclair, N.J. for the past four years, and he has coached within the organization since 2003. In this role, he trains players 18 years and under across the tri-state region. During his tenure at Sports Domain Academy, several of Scott’s teams have earned state and national recognition. He coaches the Montclair Gauchos (U16 boys) who last season reached the U.S. Youth National Championships in Phoenix, after winning the New Jersey State Cup and capturing the Region 1 title with a dramatic 4-3 overtime win against Olney Maryland.

From 2004-2008, Scott worked as the Football for Life Program Director in Maun & Kasane, Botswana (Africa) training over 300 children ages 7 to 15 living in poverty. In the United Kingdom, Scott was the head coach of the University of Glamorgan (1st Team) from 2001-03 which competed at an elite level within British University Sport. He also spent two years as the head coach of the men’s and women’s national teams at the University of Wales Athletic Union. Scott played five years (1993-97) as a youth professional with Ayr United FC in Scotland. At the collegiate level, he was the team captain of the first team at University of Glamorgan and for Wales Universities. Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in sports psychology from the University of Glamorgan in 2002. He is working toward a master’s degree in physical and special education at Montclair State University. Scott holds a UEFA B coaching license.

Steve Jones Assistant Coach • 1st Year • Liverpool John Moores ‘00

Steve Jones enters his first season as part of the Jaspers coaching staff. He will work mainly with the Manhattan goalkeepers. Jones graduated for Liverpool John Moors University in 2000 and was the coach of the schools women’s soccer team. During his time there he helped to elevate the program to one of the highest levels of British University sport.

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After coming to America in 2003, he spent two years as a youth soccer coach in New Jersey before taking over at the Director of Coaching for a travel soccer organization in San Francisco. In this role he was responsible for managing the trainers and setting up coaching and training cirriculums. In 2006 he returned to the East Coast, accepting a position with the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer (MLS). In that span he has elevated himself into a managerial role with the organization’s Training Programs department. For the 2010 season he was named the goalkeeper coach for the Red Bulls Academy, even working with the franchise’s First Team keepers in Arizona last year.

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2012 roster Numerical Roster

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. 1 Christopher Lands Jr. GK 6-2 2 Erik Montinard Jr. D/M 6-1 3 Jake Scavetta So. M 5-9 4 Eric Mavakala Jr. D/M 6-2 5 Isa Konneh Fr. F 6-1 6 Carlo Giachino Jr. M 6-1 7 Daniel Festa Jr. M 5-11 9 Tommy Amos So. F 5-7 10 Eugene Heerschap So. F 5-9 11 Sam Howard Jr. D 6-1 12 Kevan Lewis Jr. D/M 5-10 13 Andrew Santos So. M 5-10 14 Reese Akers So. M 5-8 15 Stefano Carlacci Jr. D 5-9 17 Naru Park Jr. F 6-4 18 CJ Dragovich Sr. D 6-0 20 Sean Towey Jr. D 6-1 21 Stefhan O’Connor Fr. D/M 6-0 22 Rob Tedesco So. M 5-10 23 Brandon Alvarado Fr. M 5-8 24 Alex Recinos Fr. M 5-11 25 Josh Binfield Fr. M/F 5-7 26 Alex Shackley Fr. M 5-10 28 George Ellis Sr. GK 6-4 29 Robby Maffei Fr. GK 6-2

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 180 Montclair, N.J./St. Benedict’s Prep 170 Hainesport, N.J./Bishop Eustace 150 Miller Place, N.Y./Miller Place 177 Paris, France/Lycee Pierre de Coubertin/Marshalltown CC 170 Bloomfield, N.J./Bloomfield 175 Key Biscayne, Fla./Gulliver Prep 155 Woodbridge, Ontario/Father Bressano Catholic 145 Liverpool, England/St. Francis Xavier 172 Tauranga, New Zealand/Tauranga Boy’s 165 Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch 152 Brooklyn, N.Y./William E. Grady/Monroe CC 152 Iselin, N.J./JFK Memorial 140 Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch 150 Hawthorne, N.Y./Westlake 193 Fujieda, Japan/Fujiedahigashi/Arkansas State 170 Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side 180 Belle Harbor, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy 150 New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle 150 Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley 152 Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo 169 Norwalk, Conn./Brien McMahon 135 Williamsville, N.Y./Williamsville East 150 Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley 188 Guilford, England/Charterhouse School/Quinnipiac 200 McLean, Va./McLean

Alphabetical Roster

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. 14 Reese Akers Fr. M 5-8 23 Brandon Alvarado Fr. M 5-8 9 Tommy Amos Fr. F 5-7 25 Josh Binfield Fr. M/F 5-7 15 Stefano Carlacci Jr. D 5-9 18 CJ Dragovich Jr. D/M 6-0 28 George Ellis Jr. GK 6-4 7 Daniel Festa So. M 5-11 6 Carlo Giachino So. M 6-1 10 Eugene Heerschap So. M/F 5-9 11 Sam Howard So. D 6-1 5 Isa Konneh Fr. D 6-1 1 Christopher Lands So. GK 6-2 12 Kevan Lewis Jr. D/M 5-10 29 Robby Maffei Fr. GK 6-2 4 Eric Mavakala Jr. D/M 6-2 2 Erik Montinard So. D/M 6-1 21 Stefhan O’Connor Fr. D/M 6-0 17 Naru Park Jr. F 6-4 24 Alex Recinos Fr. M 5-11 13 Andrew Santos Fr. M 5-10 3 Jake Scavetta Fr. M 5-9 26 Alex Shackley Fr. M 5-10 22 Rob Tedesco Fr. M 5-10 20 Sean Towey So. D 6-1

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 140 Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch 152 Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo 145 Liverpool, England/St. Francis Xavier 135 Williamsville, N.Y./Williamsville East 150 Hawthorne, N.Y./Westlake 170 Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side 188 Guilford, England/Charterhouse School/Quinnipiac 155 Woodbridge, Ontario/Father Bressano Catholic 175 Key Biscayne, Fla./Gulliver Prep 172 Tauranga, New Zealand/Tauranga Boy’s 165 Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch 170 Bloomfield, N.J./Bloomfield 180 Montclair, N.J./St. Benedict’s Prep 152 Brooklyn, N.Y./William E. Grady/Monroe 200 McLean, Va./McLean 177 Paris, France/Lycee Pierre de Coubertin/Marshalltown CC 170 Hainesport, N.J./Bishop Eustace 150 New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle 193 Fujieda, Japan/Fujiedahigashi/Arkansas State 169 Norwalk, Conn./Brien McMahon 152 Iselin, N.J./JFK Memorial 150 Miller Place, N.Y./Miller Place 150 Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley 150 Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley 180 Belle Harbor, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy

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Pronunciation Guide Carlo Giachino – Gia-a-kee-no Konneh – Co-nay Towey – Too-ey


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CJ Dragovich Senior • 6-0 • 170 • Defender • Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side

2011: Started 14 games as a sophomore while seeing time in five others off the bench...took a total of six shots with a season high of two against Iona (11/6) in the MAAC Semifinals...started the last eight games in a row.

BEF0RE MANHATTAN: A four-year letter winner at South Side High School... named All-Conference as a senior... served as South Side team captain.

PERSONAL: Born March 8, 1991... son of James and Mindy

2010: Played in all 16 games, including 11 starts...attempted his first

Dragovich... has a brother, Will, and a sister, Jane... majoring in civil engineering.

shot on goal against Jacksonville (9/19)...had a season high two shots on goal versus both Jacksonville and at Loyola (10/8)...was sixth on the team in shots on goal.

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George Ellis Senior • 6-4 • 188 • Goalkeeper • Guilford, England/Quinnipiac/Charterhouse School

2011: Played in all 21 games in goal, making 17 starts...named to

Before Manhattan: Played two years for the Bobcats as a keeper...had a 2-3-1 record in 2010 including a shutout over Sacred Heart...Played all four years at the Charterhouse School for coach Malcolm Bailey.

MAAC All-Tournament Team...first start game in 1-0 loss at Army (9/29)...made a total of 110 saves on the year, posting a save percentage of .815...had a 1.39 Goals Against Average (GAA) finishing with a 5-9-1 record...posted four shutouts on the year including two in the MAAC Tournament over Loyola (11/4) and Iona (11/7)...made a career high 13 saves in 1-1 draw against Siena (10/21)...during teams four match unbeaten streak, he made 33 total saves.

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Personal: Born November 9th, 1989...son of Keith and Elizabeth Ellis...has an older brother Freedie (23) and sister Gemma (29)... majoring in Sociology.

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Christopher Lands Junior • 6-2 • 180 • Goalkeeper • Montclair, N.J./St. Benedict’s Prep

2011: Appeared in six games in net for the Jaspers making three starts...posted a 2.94 Goals Against Average (GAA) making 18 saves before missing the rest of the season with an injury...made season high four saves at Army (8/29) and against Bryan (9/25)...named to MAAC All-Academic Team

2010: MAAC All-Rookie Team Selection...led MAAC in saves (80) and saves per game (5.33)...posted a Goals Against Average of 3.88 in his first season...started 14 of the 15 games he played as a rookie...made a season high 12 saves in his collegiate debut versus Fairleigh Dickinson (9/1)...did not allow a goal in 45 minutes at Army (11/2).

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Played under head coach Rick Jacobs at national power St. Benedict’s Prep (NJ).... as senior, posted 11 shutouts to help lead St. Benedict’s to a 17-2 record and its 21st successive New Jersey Prep A Championship... was named to 2009 New Jersey All-Prep Second Team... played club soccer with the New Jersey Blaze (U20).

PERSONAL: Born November 17, 1992... son of Michael and Nancy Lands... has two brothers, James and Travis, and two sisters, Kelly and January... majoring in exercise science.

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Erick Montinard Junior • 6-1 • 170 Defender Hainesport, N.J./Bishop Eustace

2011: Made appearances in 16 games, making 12 starts on the back

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered four years at Bishop Eustace High School... was a three time All-Olympic Conference selection... named All-State Non-Public in his last two seasons... selected Third Team All-New Jersey at the conclusion of his senior campaign... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the South Jersey All-Star game after posting the game winning goal... a two-sport athlete, he lettered in track & field his senior year and was named First Team All-State NonPublic for multi-events.

line...tallied his only point of the season on an assist in the MAAC Championship game against Fairfield (11/7)...also registered three shots on the year.

2010: Played in 15 games as a true freshman, all of them starts... scored his first goal in his collegiate debut against Fairleigh Dickinson (9/1) at Gaelic Park...had a season high four shots on goal versus Niagara (10/17)...was fourth on the team in shots on goal.

PERSONAL: Born May 12, 1992... son of Richard and Claudette Montinard... has brother Marc-Danel and sister Brianna... majoring in chemical engineering... chose Manhattan for its academic reputation. M a n h a t t a n

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Eric Mavakala Junior • 6-2 • 177 • Midfielder Paris, France/Marshalltown CC/Lycee Pierre de Coubertin

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Played two years at Marshalltown Community College...was a three year varsity player in high school... was All-Region Honorable Mention...also played on the CS Bretigny club team.

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PERSONAL: Parents are Pascaline and Diki..has three brothers and one sister...younger brother Edwige played on the U-16 National Academy team...hopes to have a career in International Business.

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Carlo Giachino Junior • 6-2 • 180 • Midfielder • Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prep

2011: Saw time in 19 games, making 12 starts in his second year in Riverdale...finished third on the team in shots with 22 with 11 on net (.500)...had a season high four shots against Saint Peter’s (10/2)... tallied assists against St. Francis (NY) on Sept. 16 and again on gamewinning goal in double overtime against Iona (11/6).

BEFORE MANHATTAN: A four-year letterwinner at Gulliver Prep School...named All-Dade County as a senior... a six year starter within the Kendall Soccer Club and he played two years within the U.S. Soccer Development Academy for Miami FC Kendall (U17/18). PERSONAL: Born May 5, 1992... son of Piero and Monica

2010: Played 10 games as a freshman, all starts...had a season high

Giachino... has a sister, Marta... chose Manhattan for its business program.

three shots on goal in his collegiate debut versus Fairleigh Dickinson (9/1) at Gaelic Park...scored his first goal in Jasper uniform at Jacksonville (9/19)...was fifth on the team in total shots on goal.

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Daniel Festa Junior • 5-11 • 175 • Midfielder Toronto, Ontario/Father Bressani Catholic

2011: An intricate part of the midfield, Festa played in all 21 games as a sophomore with 18 starts...finished the season with three points and led the team in shots (29)...scored his only goal of the year against Siena (10/21) in a draw...tallied an assist in the team’s 1-0 home win over Marist (10/23)...named to MAAC All-Academic Team

2010: Starter all 16 games played as a true freshman...notched his first collegiate point with an assist vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (9/1)... one of the most aggressive players for the Jaspers...took 25 shots last season, the most of any returning player...only had two games where he was held without a shot.

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Samuel Howard Junior • 6-1 • 165 • Defender Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch

2011: Played in 19 games as a sophomore with 16 starts...became a

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Letterwinner at Cinco Ranch High School... as senior, was named to All-District Second Team after guiding Cinco Ranch to the 2010 Regional Semifinals.. helped Cinco Ranch earn three consecutive District Championships (2008, 2009, 2010) and advance to the state semifinals (2008) during his tenure... played club soccer for the USSF Texas Rush Academy.

key member of the defense, starting the last 11 games of the season... fired two shots on net.

2010: Started all 15 games he played in as a rookie...was a key contributor on the back line...had one shot on goal in his collegiate debut.

PERSONAL: Born January 16, 1992... son of Tom and Carol Howard...has two brothers, Stuart, who plays soccer at University of Central Arkansas, and, Reid, and a sister Alex.

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Kevan Lewis Junior • 5-10 • 152 • Midfielder • Brooklyn, N.Y./Monroe College/William E. Grady

MONROE COLLEGE: Played two years at Monroe Junior College helping lead team to consecutive NJCAA Tournament appearances... helped squad to a fourth place national finish as a freshman...led team to a championship game appearance in 2011.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Was a four year letterwinner for Guido Caligara at William E. Grady High...was named captain as a senior... played on the Westerchester Flames club team that won the USL U-20 National Championship in 2011. PERSONAL: Mother is Natalie Lewis...plans to be a CIS major... recruited by FIU and Central Connecticut State.

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Stefano Carlacci Junior • 5-9 • 150 • Defender Hawthorne, N.Y./Westlake

2011: Returned to the pitch to play in six games, battling injuries all year long...made 2011 debut at top-ranked UCONN (10/4). 2010: Played in all 16 games a true freshman, starting 11...took four shots, three on goal.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: A four year letterwinner and All-Section I selection at Westlake High School... scored eight goals and had five assists in 18 appearances for the Wildcats as a senior... played four years of basketball at Westlake and was an All-League honoree.

PERSONAL: Born September 1, 1992... son of Sandro and Maria Carlacci... has a brother, Marco, and a sister, Daniela... majoring in business.

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Jake Scavetta Sophomore • 5-9 • 150 • Midfielder • Miller Place, N.Y./Miller Place

2011: Played in 21 games as a freshman making 18 starts...scored his first collegiate point at Canisius (10/16) assisting on a goal in a 2-1 win...finished the year with 10 shots, firing three on goal.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered all four years at Miller Place... was named All-Conference in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons...was also named All-County in 2010...played on the Hicksville Strikers U-16 Team that was a national finalist in 2009...won a regional

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PERSONAL: Born August 20, 1992... son of Daniel and Barbara Scavette... has an older brother Matt...recruited by Adelphi, Holy Cross, Duquesne, and Southern Connecticut...undecided major.

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Tommy Amos Sophomore • 5-7 • 145 •Forward Liverpool, England/St. Francis Xavier

2011: A fiery competitor, Amos saw action in 18 games making 10 starts as a true freshman...registered his first collegiate point on an assist at Fairleigh Dickinson (9/23)...scored his only goal of the year at Canisius (10/14) in a 2-1 victory...added another helper in the MAAC Tournament against Loyola (11/4).

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Played for Wigan Athletic Reserves in England in 2009...was a member of the Ireland National U-17 team.

PERSONAL: Born January 2, 1992... son of Tommy Amos and Maxine Kelly... has a brother Kyle (23), and two sisters, Nadine (25) and Tayluer (10)...cousin in Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney... chose Manhattan because of the coaching staff.

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Eugene Heerschap Sophomore • 5-9 • 172 • Forward • Tauranga, New Zealand/Tauranga Boy’s

2011: Was named to MAAC All-Tournament team as a freshman after propelling the Jaspers to their second ever conference title game... tied for the team lead in goals with three...scored the game-winner in double overtime against Iona in the MAAC Semifinals.

PERSONAL: Born March 16, 1993... son of Tommie and Naydeen Heerschap... has a younger brother, Edwin (13) and younger sister, Nikki (16)...enjoys motorbikes...engineering major.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Played for Waikato FC in the ASB Premiership in New Zealand...was in the New Zealand U-17 training program before ACL tear sidelined him for all of 2009.

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Andrew Santos Sophomore • 5-10 • 152 • Midfielder • Iselin, N.J./JFK Memorial

2011: Played in 18 of 21 games as a freshman, making four spot starts...registered five total shots on the year...made his first collegiate start at San Diego State (9/9).

PERSONAL: Born March 11, 1993... son of Paulo and Vera Santos... has a younger sister, Melanie...great-uncle Henrique Ben-David played for Portugal in the World Cup...Majoring in Communications.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Played four years on varsity at JFK for coach Ed Bobal...was an All-County Honorable Mention as a junior... named team captain in 2009 and 2010...also wrestled one year in high school.

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Reese Akers Sophomore • 5-8 • 140 • Midfielder • Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch

2011: Appeared in 14 games as a true freshman with two starts... made his college debut at Villanova (8/26)...first collegiate start came at home against Bryant (9/25)...took five shots on the year with two being on goal. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Received three letters at Cinco Ranch... won district championship as both a sophomore and junior...joined the team in the State 5A tournament as a freshman...2nd Team All-

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Naru Park Junior • 6-4 • 193 • Forward Fujieda, Japan/Arkansas State/Fujiedahijashi

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Was a top scoring threat in high school leading his team to a second place finish in the All-Japan High School Tournament in 2008...was named to the “Best 16” Team in 2009 AllJapan High School Tournament.

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Sean Towey Sophomore • 6-1 • 180 • Defender Belle Harbor, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy

2011: Played in 12 games as a freshman with two starts...made his college debut at San Diego (9/11) before earning his first career start at home against Bryan (9/25)...finished the year taking two shots.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Letterwinner at Molloy for head coach Andy Kostel...helped team to a city championship and state finals appearance as a junior and senior...was captain of both soccer and

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PERSONAL: Born April 22, 1992... son of John and Maryellen Towey...has one sister, Lauren...chose Manhattan for its engineering program and location to the city...recruited by such schools as Fordham, Lafayette, Bucknell, Gettysburg...majoring in Civil Engineering.

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Rob Tedesco Sophomore • 5-10 • 150 • Midfielder • Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four time letterman at Wayne Valley... was named to the All-League team his senior season.

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Isa Konneh Freshman • 6-1 • 170 • Forward

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William Mills at Bloomfield high...was named second team All-Section as a sophomore...first team All-Section as a junior...earned first All-State honors as a senior while being named Most Valuable Player...was the leading scorer for Ironbound soccer club in Newark, N.J...also wrestled for two years.

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Stefhan O’Connor Freshman • 6-0 • 150 • Defender • New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Three year letterwinner in high school...named captain and MVP of the team as a senior...earned Most Improved Player honors as a junior... led JV team to undefeated season as a freshman.

PERSONAL: Son of Gary and Elaine...has one sister, Samantha...Engineering major.

Brandon Alvarado Freshman • 5-8 • 152 • Midfielder • Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year starter in high school...was named captain as a senior...took home first All-County and All-State honors...played in the NY Red Bull Academy.

PERSONAL: Son of Eddin and Rosalie...has one brother and two sisters...brother EJ played soccer at Delaware as did his father...recruited by St. John’s and Montclair State.

Alex Recinos Freshman • 5-11 • 169 • Midfielder • Norwalk, Conn./Brien McMahon

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Josh Binfield Freshman • 5-7 • 135 • Midfield/Forward • Williamsville, N.Y./IMG Academy/Williamsville East

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Spent a year at the IMG Academy after graduating from Williamsville East in Buffalo, N.Y...played three years at Williamsville East earning All-ECIC first team honors...was named captain as a junior and senior, leading his team to consecutive sectional semi-final apperances...played his first two years of high school soccer at West Vancouver Secondary School in Canada.

PERSONAL: Son of Andrew and Christina...Oldest of four children, has one brother and two sisters...also ran track in high school...originally born in England... Communications major.

Alex Shackley Freshman • 5-10 • 150 • Midfielder • Las Vegas, Nev./Palo Verde

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PERSONAL: Son of Garry and Jacqueline...has an older brother, Matthew...uncle Tommy Caton played for Manchester City, Arsenal, Oxford and Charlton in England...originally born in Northampton, England... recruited by Niagara University and Evansville... Engineering major.

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2011 statistics RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 5-15-1 1-6-1 2-8 2-1 CONFERENCE 3-5-1 1-3-1 2-2 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 2-10 0-3 0-6 2-1

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gp 10 Trevor Chiduku 18 4 EUGENE HEERSCHAP 10 9 Tommy Amos 18 8 Daniel Festa 21 15 Deia Nassar 14 7 Lucas Pilar da Silva 5 6 Carlo Giachino 19 3 Jake Scavetta 21 17 Jake Donowick 21 12 Jason Iannone 19 2 Erik Montinard 16 5 Christopher Holihan 19 4 Eugene Heerschap 5 18 CJ Dragovich 19 14 Reese Akers 14 13 Andrew Santos 18 21 Jose Armas 8 20 Sean Towey 12 11 Sam Howard 19 28 George Ellis 21 26 Carmine Ingenito 2 25 John Paul Veliz 6 24 Jonathan Segarra 4 23 Stefano Carlacci 6 1 Christopher Lands 6 Total 21 Opponents 21

g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 3 1 7 21 .143 7 .333 3 1-1 3 0 6 18 .167 11 .611 1 0-0 1 2 4 14 .071 5 .357 0 0-0 1 1 3 29 .034 7 .241 0 0-0 1 0 2 20 .050 9 .450 1 0-0 1 0 2 12 .083 5 .417 0 0-0 0 2 2 22 .000 11 .500 0 0-0 0 1 1 10 .000 3 .300 0 0-0 0 1 1 8 .000 1 .125 0 0-0 0 1 1 8 .000 3 .375 0 0-0 0 1 1 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 0 0 0 13 .000 3 .231 0 0-0 0 0 0 8 .000 4 .500 0 0-0 0 0 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 0-0 0 0 0 5 .000 2 .400 0 0-0 0 0 0 5 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 4 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 10 10 30 210 .048 76 .362 5 1-1 35 35 105 414 .085 164 .396 15 0-2

Overall Individual Statistics ## Goalie GP 28 George Ellis 21 1 Christopher Lands 6 Total 21 Opponents 21

Min. GA GAAvg Saves 1624:10 25 1.39 110 306:10 10 2.94 18 1930:20 35 1.63 129 1930:20 10 0.47 66

Goals by Period Manhattan Jaspers Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 5 4 0 1 10 15 19 1 0 35

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game results RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 5-15-1 1-6-1 2-8 2-1 CONFERENCE 3-5-1 1-3-1 2-2 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 2-10 0-3 0-6 2-1 Date Opponent Score Overall Conf Attend Goals scored Aug 26 at Villanova Wildcats L 0-2 0-1-0 0-0-0 678 Aug 29 at Army LOT 0-1 0-2-0 0-0-0 217 Sep 9 at San Diego State L 0-4 0-3-0 0-0-0 237 Sep 11 at San Diego L 0-4 0-4-0 0-0-0 175 Sep 16 ST. FRANCIS (NY) L 1-2 0-5-0 0-0-0 234 Lucas Pilar da Silva (Carlo Giachino) Sep 23 at Fairleigh Dickinson L 1-2 0-6-0 0-0-0 100 EUGENE HEERSCHAPP (TOMMY AMOS) Sep 25 BRYANT L 0-1 0-7-0 0-0-0 306 Sep 30 FORDHAM L 0-2 0-8-0 0-0-0 318 * Oct 2 SAINT PETER’S L 0-1 0-9-0 0-1-0 107 Oct 04 at #1 Connecticut L 0-3 0-10-0 0-1-0 1625 * Oct 07 LOYOLA L 0-3 0-11-0 0-2-0 104 * Oct 09 RIDER UNIVERSITY L 0-1 0-12-0 0-3-0 104 * Oct 16 at Niagara University W 1-0 1-12-0 1-3-0 220 DEIA NASSAR (TREVOR CHIDUKU) * Oct 14 at Canisius W 2-1 2-12-0 2-3-0 231 TOMMY AMOS (JAKE SCAVETTA) TREVOR CHIDUKU (penalty kick) * Oct 21 SIENA TO2 1-1 2-12-1 2-3-1 214 Festa,Daniel (Iannone,Jason) * Oct 23 MARIST W 1-0 3-12-1 3-3-1 317 Chiduku,Trevor (Festa,Daniel) * Oct 28 at Fairfield University L 0-2 3-13-1 3-4-1 176 * Oct 30 at Iona College L 0-2 3-14-1 3-5-1 230 Nov 4 vs #3 Loyola W 1-0 4-14-1 3-5-1 TREVOR CHIDUKU (JAKE DONOWICK;TOMMY AMOS) Nov 6 vs #2 Iona College WO2 1-0 5-14-1 3-5-1 EUGENE HEERSCHAPP (CARLO GIACHINO) Nov 7 vs #1 Fairfield University L 1-3 5-15-1 3-5-1 EUGENE HEERSCHAPP (ERIK MONTINARD)

Category Leaders ## Points GP G A 10 Trevor Chiduku 18 3 1 4 EUGENE HEERSCHAPP 10 3 0 9 Tommy Amos 18 1 2 8 Daniel Festa 21 1 1 15 Deia Nassar 14 1 0 7 Lucas Pilar da Silva 5 1 0 6 Carlo Giachino 19 0 2 3 Jake Scavetta 21 0 1 17 Jake Donowick 21 0 1 12 Jason Iannone 19 0 1

Pts Shots 7 21 6 18 4 14 3 29 2 20 2 12 2 22 1 10 1 8 1 8

## Goals GP G A 10 Trevor Chiduku 18 3 1 4 EUGENE HEERSCHAPP 10 3 0 8 Daniel Festa 21 1 1 15 Deia Nassar 14 1 0 7 Lucas Pilar da Silva 5 1 0 9 Tommy Amos 18 1 2

Pts Shots 7 21 6 18 3 29 2 20 2 12 4 14

## Assists GP G A 6 Carlo Giachino 19 0 2 9 Tommy Amos 18 1 2 3 Jake Scavetta 21 0 1 12 Jason Iannone 19 0 1 2 Erik Montinard 16 0 1 8 Daniel Festa 21 1 1 10 Trevor Chiduku 18 3 1 17 Jake Donowick 21 0 1

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With 10 institutions strongly bound by the sound principles of quality and integrity in academics and excellence in athletics, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is in its 31st year of competition during the 2011-2012 academic year. The MAAC was founded in 1980 by six charter members: the U.S. Military Academy, Fairfield University, Fordham University, Iona College, Manhattan College and Saint Peter’s College. Competition followed one year later in the fall of 1981 with members competing in the sports of men’s cross country and men’s soccer. On January 2, 1982, Army traveled to Iona for the first MAAC men’s basketball game and the MAAC story had begun. Today, Conference members include: Canisius College, Fairfield University, Iona College, Loyola University Maryland, Manhattan College, Marist College, Niagara University, Rider University, Saint Peter’s College, and Siena College. In addition, associate members include the University of Detroit Mercy, Jacksonville University and Virginia Military Institute in men’s lacrosse. St. Francis (N.Y.) College, Villanova University, VMI and Wagner College are all associate members of the MAAC Women’s Water Polo League. Drake University, Robert Morris University and Sacred Heart University compete in women’s rowing, while the University at Albany, Boston University and the University of Hartford began competition in women’s golf in the spring of 2010. The MAAC will support 24 sports and championships during the 2011-2012 academic year. The MAAC Basketball Championships move to Springfield’s MassMutual Center to host the 2012-2014 championships. By having an excellent working relationship with various facilities, the MAAC has been able to attract a number of NCAA Championship events. Most recently, the MAAC and Rider co-hosted the 2011 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The MAAC, Canisius College and Niagara University successfully hosted the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York. All three parties hosted the event in 2004 and 2007. The MAAC and Rider University co-hosted the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Regional at the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, N.J., after recording the third highest attendance figure for the women’s championship with the First and Second Rounds in 2006. The MAAC and Rider will work together to co-host the 2012 NCAA Rowing Championships at Mercer Lake in West Windsor, New Jersey.

The MAAC prides itself on the accomplishments of its studentathletes in the classroom, as well as on the field. Mary Beth Riley, a 1991 graduate of Canisius, was the first recipient of the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. In the fall of 1998, Erin Whalen, a member of the Iona women’s rowing team, was awarded one of the nation’s 32 Rhodes Scholarships for academic achievement and civic leadership. Jose Vargas, a Loyola student, was also awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1999. First-class facilities are the rule with MAAC schools, as teams regularly play in top-notch arenas, such as Madison Square Garden, the IZOD Center, HSBC Arena, Times Union Center, the Arena at Harbor Yard and the Sun National Bank Center. The other MAAC championships boast their share of outstanding locales as well, such as the Reverend Harold Ridley, S.J., Athletic Complex at Loyola, where the women’s soccer championship will be contested in the fall of 2011, and Joe Bruno Stadium in Troy, New York, home of the 2012 MAAC Baseball Championship. This year, the MAAC will take its men’s championship to Orlando, Florida, where it will conduct its post-season event at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The MAAC Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships will be held at Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course. In the past several years, a number of the MAAC schools have also enjoyed success in NCAA Championships. MAAC schools have made a total of 77 NIT appearances and 47 NCAA appearances. In addition, Iona and Rider participated in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, with the Gaels advancing to the championship game. The Manhattan women participated in the Women’s Basketball Invitational, reaching the semifinal round of the tournament. The MAAC currently possesses 13 automatic bids to NCAA Championships in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and women’s water polo. In 2007, the Marist women’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 before falling to the eventual National Champion, the University of Tennessee. In the fall of 2009, the No. 11 Iona men’s cross country team finished tied for eighth place at the NCAA Championship race, extended the Gaels’ streak to eight straight Top 10 national finishes. Iona softball, Manhattan track, Manhattan baseball and Loyola lacrosse have also flourished on the national stage. The MAAC has also been a leader in the forefront of technology, expanding the notoriety of the league into cyberspace. In 2007, the league reached an agreement with JumpTV, Inc., now NeuLion, Inc., to design the MAAC web page. MAACSports.com has been a great success, providing fans with up-todate contest results, live and on-demand video and an online merchandise store. The MAAC, in conjunction with NeuLion, launched an iPhone app in February 2011. The league is looking to expand its offerings with Android and iPod apps, scheduled for release during the 2011-12 academic year. The MAAC President for the 2011-2012 academic year is Rev. Jeffrey von Arx, S.J., the President of Fairfield University. The Vice-President is Dr. Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., the President of Saint Peter’s College. Jim Paquette, Director of Athletics at Loyola University Maryland, will chair the Committee on Athletic Administration, and Theresa Berg, Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator at Niagara University will serve as Vice Chair.

MAAC Associate Sports In June of 1995, the MAAC continued to develop opportunities for studentathletes as the conference announced the formation of the MAAC Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Leagues. The men’s league began competition in the spring of 1996, while the women’s league commenced in the spring of 1997. The men’s league consists of four MAAC schools -- Canisius, Manhattan, Marist, and Siena – and three associate members – Detroit, Jacksonville and Virginia Military Institute. The women’s league consists of MAAC institutions Canisius, Fairfield, Iona, Manhattan, Marist, Niagara and Siena. In 2002, the MAAC added the MAAC Women’s Water Polo League. The league is currently made up of three MAAC schools – Iona, Marist and Siena – as well as four associate members, St. Francis (N.Y.), Villanova, VMI and Wagner. Sacred Heart started participating in MAAC Women’s Rowing in the spring of 2008. Drake University joined the league for the 2010 MAAC Championship, while Robert Morris began competition in the spring of 2011. In the summer of 2009, the MAAC added three associate members – Albany, Boston University and Hartford – to women’s golf, with the programs starting competition against MAAC members Fairfield, Niagara and Siena in 2009-2010.

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2011 maac standings Offensive Player of the Year

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Carl Haworth, Niagara

Player School Position Jack Binks Siena Goalkeeeper Jack Cleverley Fairfield Back Alex Abdalla Iona Back Jamie Libby Loyola Back Jannis Opalka Siena Back Dan Shaw Fairfield Midfielder Alvaro Torrecilla Iona Midfielder Geaton Caltabiano Loyola Midfielder Harry Newman Saint Peter’s Midfielder Sindre Ek Siena Midfielder Jack Burridge Fairfield Forward Ignacio Maganto Iona Forward Noah Sadaoui Saint Peter’s Forward

Defensive Player of the Year Michael O’Keeffe, Fairfield

Rookie of the Year Jordan Ayris, Fairfield

Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year Carl Rees, Fairfield

FIRST TEAM Player School Position Michael O’Keeffe Fairfield Goalkeeeper Jonny Raj Fairfield Back Robbie Krohmer Iona Back Gerwyn Jones Loyola Back Franklin Castellanos Iona Midfielder Krystian Witkowski Marist Midfielder Carl Haworth Niagara Midfielder Jordan Ayris Fairfield Forward Jon Clements Fairfield Forward Samuel Adjei Iona Forward Angser Otto Iona Forward Stephen Dooley Loyola Forward Stephan Brossard Marist Forward

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Player School Position Borja Barbero Iona Goalkeeper Jack Binks Siena Goalkeeper Dylan Lee Marist Back Matt Wendelken Marist Back Jens Warncke Rider Back Falko Friedrichs Siena Back Hrvoje Glavan Fairfield Midfielder Connor Thompson Loyola Midfielder Nathan Olukanmi Siena Midfielder Jordan Ayris Fairfield Forward Ignacio Maganto Iona Forward Noah Sadaoui Saint Peter’s Forward

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|----------------------------------------MAAC -------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------Overall----------------------------------------| Team Record Pct Home Away Neutral Streak Pts Record Pct Home Away Neutral Streak Fairfield 8-0-1 .944 4-0-1 4-0 0-0 W5 25 12-5-1 .694 4-1-1 5-4 3-0 L1 Iona 7-2 .778 4-0 3-2 0-0 W2 21 15-4-1 .775 7-0 5-3 3-1 L1 Loyola 5-3-1 .611 2-2-1 3-1 0-0 L1 16 10-6-2 .611 6-2-1 4-3-1 0-1 L2 Niagara 4-2-3 .611 3-1-1 1-1-2 0-0 W1 15 9-4-5 .639 5-1-1 3-3-3 1-0 Marist 4-4-1 .500 3-2 1-2-1 0-0 W2 13 8-7-5 .525 5-2 3-4-3 0-1 L1 Manhattan 3-5-1 .389 1-3-1 2-2 0-0 L2 10 5-15-1 .262 1-6-1 2-7 2-2 L1 Saint Peter’s 3-6 .333 1-3 2-3 0-0 L2 9 4-14 .222 2-4 2-9 0-1 L3 Rider 2-6-1 .278 0-4 2-2-1 0-0 - 7 4-13-2 .263 0-5-1 3-6-1 1-2 L1 Canisius 2-6-1 .278 1-2-1 1-4 0-0 L1 7 4-14-1 .237 1-4-1 3-9 0-1 L3 Siena 1-5-3 .278 1-2-1 0-3-2 0-0 - 6 5-9-4 .389 3-3-1 0-6-2 2-0 -

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Dr. Brennan O’Donnell is the 19th president of Manhattan College, having assumed the responsibilities of the position July 1, 2009. Dr. O’Donnell comes to Manhattan from Fordham College at Rose Hill, Fordham University’s oldest and largest school. As dean of Fordham College, he was the chief academic officer of a College of Arts and Sciences enrolling about 3,200 students under a faculty of more than 200. Before coming to New York, Dr. O’Donnell spent 17 years at Loyola College in Maryland (now Loyola University Maryland), where he served as a professor of English and, from 1999-2004, as director of the university-wide Honors Program. An active scholar, his teaching and research interests focus mainly upon poetry, especially of the British Romantic period, and on religion and literature, particularly contemporary American Catholic writers. He has authored two books on the poetry of William Wordsworth and co-edited The Work of Andre Dubus, a collection of essays published as a double issue of Religion and the Arts. In addition, Dr. O’Donnell has published articles, essays and reviews in some of the leading journals in his field. At Manhattan, he will continue to hold a faculty appointment, as he had at Fordham and Loyola, as professor of English. As the first president of the College not to be a member of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Dr. O’Donnell is treading new ground at Manhattan College. He has experience in such transitions, however, as he was also the first layperson to serve as dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill.

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His publications and lectures demonstrate a keen engagement in issues of faith and education, specifically Catholic higher education. From 1994–2000, he served as editor of the national magazine Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, and he was a member of the National Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education from 1993–2000. In addition, he has served as a board member for the Lilly Fellows Program and for Collegium, a consortium of Catholic universities that strives to strengthen faculty understanding of and participation in the mission of Catholic higher education. A native of Pennsylvania’s Wyoming Valley, Dr. O’Donnell earned his B.A. with highest distinction and Honors in English at The Pennsylvania State University in 1981, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in English and American Literature and Language. He is the recipient of numerous fellowships, grants, awards and honors. Dr. O’Donnell is married to Angela O’Donnell (formerly Alaimo), a poet and writer who teaches at Fordham, where she serves as associate director of the Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies. The couple has three sons: Charles (a graduate of Saint John’s University, Minnesota, and a teacher in the St. Paul, Minnesota, public schools), Patrick (a 2009 graduate of Columbia University, currently pursuing graduate studies in philosophy in Leuven, Belgium), and Will (a senior English major at Fordham).

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A 1968 graduate of Manhattan College, Byrnes enters his 25th year as director of athletics. Since his arrival back to Riverdale in May of 1988, Byrnes has presided over a renaissance period in Manhattan College athletics. During his tenure, the men’s and women’s basketball programs have earned eight NCAA Tournament bids (four women, four men). Additionally, the Jaspers have appeared in five postseason and preseason National Invitational Tournaments (NIT). Women’s soccer and men’s and women’s lacrosse began competition at the Division I level under Byrnes, and 14 different teams have won conference championships-men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor track, men’s and women’s outdoor track, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, volleyball, men’s tennis, softball and baseball. In addition, to date, 27 student-athletes have received All-America honors for both athletic and academic achievements. Before returning to Manhattan, Byrnes spent 13 years with the Morrison-Knudsen Company, one of the largest engineering and construction firms in the nation. A native of Garrison, New York, Byrnes earned his undergraduate degree in physical education with a minor in biology. He also holds an M.B.A. from City University in Seattle, Washington. As an undergraduate, Byrnes was a member of the Jaspers’ club football team. Byrnes served as team captain and played both defensive tackle and offensive

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end. He spent one season as an assistant coach and helped guide Manhattan to a 6-2 overall record in 1969. Upon graduation, Byrnes began a teaching and coaching career at Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington, New Jersey. He also served as the school’s director of athletics from 1970-73. Under his leadership, Queen of Peace registered state tournament appearances in baseball and basketball, while also capturing the Parochial “B” State Championship in football (1972). In addition to his responsibilities at Manhattan, Byrnes served two stints (1997-99, 2004-06) as president of the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Association, at one time the sponsoring body of the NIT. He also served on the NCAA Championship Committee in 1999-2000. He is currently the chair of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Men’s Basketball Committee and the Committee on Athletic Administration, as well as a member of the ECAC Officials Negotiating Committee. In recognition of his years of outstanding contributions to Jasper athletics, Byrnes was inducted into the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. Byrnes resides in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, along with his wife, Rosemary. He is the father of five children: Bob, Carolyn (Manhattan ’97), Brian (Manhattan ’99), Darren and Brigid.

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Ezron Bryson

joe clifford

charlie cipriano

STEPHEN DOMBROSKI

Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant

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Assistant Sports Information Director

Facilities & Events Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Director for Communication and Marketing

jim Duffy

Deborah gregory

chrissy gutenberger

christian heimall

alyssa koob

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Business & Administration Graduate Assistant

Sports Information Graduate Assistant

Academic Advisor

dr. shawn ladda

Noah LeFevre

amanda mcentire

Susan pape

Ariel Pesante

NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management

Athletics Secretary

Compliance Coordinator

Elvys Quezada

Michelle Rava

jennifer rivera

deena sena

doug straley

Brother David Trichtinger, F.S.C.

Operations Manager/ Assistant Baseball Coach

Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Facilities & Events Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine

Academic Advisor

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Doug Straley was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in August 2009, after serving as Manhattan’s Director of Sports Medicine for the previous six years. Straley supervises the athletic training of the 300+ student-athletes who compete for Manhattan’s 19 Division I athletic teams. Prior to his arrival in Riverdale, Straley served as the director of sports medicine at Manhattanville College in nearby Purchase, NY. At Manhattanville, he coordinated the rehabilitation, prevention, and management of athletic injuries for over 250 intercollegiate NCAA Division III studentathletes. Before his tenure at Manhattanville, Straley worked for three years as the assistant director of sports medicine at Assumption College. He assisted with the medical care of the athletic program’s 19 Division II varsity sport teams. Straley, a 1998 graduate of Northeastern University, worked as a student athletic trainer during his undergraduate years. In 1999, he received a master of science degree in athletic training from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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Additionally, Straley served as the head athletic trainer for the Westchester Wildfire, a United States Basketball League (USBL) team coached by former New York Knick John Starks. Straley had been published on numerous occasions, and has made several presentations based upon his research in the field of Athletic Training. Straley holds Athletic Training licenses in New York, Massachusetts, and Georgia, and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, as an Athletic Trainer, and in CPR and First Aid. A decorated Eagle Scout, Straley won the Koko Kassabian award while at Northeastern for outstanding achievement in leadership, scholarship, and professional development. A native of Newton, Mass., Straley currently resides in Dobbs Ferry, NY with his wife Jennifer and their daughter Annabelle.

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GOALKEEPER SAVES

CAREER

Robert Schimpf Lou Demello Luis Custodio Dave Stewart DeSales Kayondo William Ishoo

CAREER (1969-71) (1980-83) (1979-80) (1998-2000) (1974-75) (1976-79)

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(1980) (1970) (1983) (1974) (1988)

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377 341 292 245 233

Tom Umstatter John Crecco T. Jay Krzanowski Tim Denman Tim Hurley

(1974) (1983) (1993) (1999) (1995)

254 187 155 143 131

(1974) (1975) (1975) (1974) (1975)

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GAME Luis Custodio Robert Schimpf

(1974-75) (1980-82) (1997-99) (1994-97) (2003-05)

SEASON

SEASON Luis Custodio Robert Schimpf Lou Demello DeSales Kayundo Joe Colatrgulio

Tom Umstatter Andy Hlushko Tim Denman Tim Hurley Collin Leaver

5 on 10/16/79 vs. NYU 4 on 10/26/70 vs. Marist

ASSISTS

Tom Umstatter Tom Umstatter Tom Umstatter Tom Umstatter Tom Umstatter

CAREER

Bo Kucyna Tony Azevedo Ben Harm Brian Kenny Dave Stewart

(1977-80) (1978-80) (1997-99) (1986-88) (1998-2000)

34 13 10 9 8

(1977) (1979) (1978) (1980) (2008) (1976) (1982)

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SEASON Bo Kucyna Bo Kucyna Bo Kucyna Bo Kucyna Nicholas Patrikis William Ishoo Lou Demello

GAME Bo Kucyna Several players

5 on 10/16/79 vs. NYU with 3

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Kerrill Hynes Tim Denman Colin Leaver Andy Hlushko Andy Hlushko

(1988) (1999) (2004) (1980) (1981)

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CAREER Andy Hlushko Tim Denman Kerrill Hynes Tim Hurley Collin Leaver

(1980-82) (1997-99) (1988) (1994-97) (2003-05)

MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS Andy Hlushko

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year Record Coach 1967 2-4-2 Manfred R. Wagner 1968 2-7-1 Dolph Rotter 1969 8-8-0 “” 1970 9-5-1 “” 1971 7-8-1 “” 1972 1-13-0 “” 1973 8-5-0 “” 1974 6-9-0 “” 1975 7-3-3 “” 1976 8-4-1 “” 1977 10-3-3 “” 1978 9-6-1 “” 1979 3-11-1 “” 1980 10-5-2 Bo Shashkewych 1981 6-9-1 “” 1982 5-11-0 “” 1983 6-12-0 “” 1984 5-11-1 “” 1985 2-17-0 “” 1986 5-12-0 “” 1987 4-12-1 “” 1988 8-7-2 “” 1989 1-11-2 “” 1990 10-11-0 “” 1991 10-8-0 “” 1992 4-11-3 “” 1993 7-8-1 “” 1994 5-13-1 “” 1995 2-15-0 “” 1996 5-12-0 Danny Lazo 1997 1-14-1 “” 1998 6-10-1 “” 1999 7-9-3 “” 2000 3-13-1 “” 2001 7-10-1 Billy Walsh 2002 3-12-3 “” 2003 4-11-3 “” 2004 3-14-0 “” 2005 1-15-3 Michael Swanwick 2006 3-16-0 “” 2007 2-14-3 “” 2008 4-13-2 “” 2009 1-8-1 “” 2010 0-16-0 Ashley Hammond 2011 5-15-1 “” Total: 225-461-47 (.307) M a n h a t t a n

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TEAM RECORDS MOST GOALS Game: 12, vs. New York University (10/16/1979) Season: 54 (1971)

ASSISTS Season: 33 (1991)

MOST WINS Season: 10 (1977, 1980, 1990, 1991) Longest Unbeaten Streak: 11 in 1977 (8-0-3) Most Consecutive Wins: 7 (1976)

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED Season: 24 (1975, 1976)

MOST SHUTOUTS Season: 8 (1988)

ALL-TIME COACHES’ RECORDS Coach (Years) Record Manfred R. Wagner (1967) 2-4-2 Dolph Rotter (1968-79) 78-82-12 Bo Shashkewych (1980-95) 90-173-14 Danny Lazo (1996-2000) 22-58-2 Billy Walsh (2001-04) 17-47-7 Michael Swanwick (2005-09) 11-64-9 Ashley Hammond (2010-present) 5-31-1

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