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Host of the 2011 Big South Men’s Soccer Championships

November 10-11, 13


2011 GARDNER-WEBB MEN’S SOCCER TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents/Credits .....................................................1 2011 GWU Men’s Soccer Schedule ......................................2 Gardner-Webb University ................................................. 3-8 About Gardner-Webb University...................................4 Gardner-Webb Academics .............................................5 GWU Athletic Training ..................................................6 GWU Strength & Conditioning.....................................7 Greene-Harbison Stadium ..............................................8 Big South Conference ...................................................... 9-10 2011 Runnin’ Bulldogs................................................... 11-30 GWU Men’s Soccer Roster ..................................................12 GWU Men’s Soccer Roster Breakdown .............................13 GWU Student-Athlete Profiles ..................................... 14-30 GWU Men’s Soccer Coaching Staff.............................. 31-34 Head Coach Tony Setzer ............................................... 32-33 Associate Head Coach Tyler Kettering..............................34 Graduate Assistant Coach Bradley Morrison ...................34 Graduate Assistant Coach Dave Robb...............................34 Student-Assistant Coach Jesse Rodriguez.........................34 Volunteer Assistant Coach Dennis Puckerin ...................34 2010 Season in Review .................................................. 35-38 2010 Season Statistics ....................................................36 2010 Season Results .......................................................37 2010 Big South Review ..................................................38 Gardner-Webb Men’s Soccer Record Book .................. 39-46 Gardner-Webb Yearly Leaders .....................................40 Gardner-Webb All-Time Records ...............................41 Gardner-Webb Awards & Honors ......................... 42-43 Gardner-Webb Men’s Soccer History ..........................44 GWU Men’s Soccer All-Time Roster ..........................45 GWU All-Time Series Records ....................................46 Gardner-Webb Administration ..................................... 47-49 Gardner-Webb President Dr. A. Frank Bonner.................48 Gardner-Webb V.P. for Athletics Chuck Burch .................49 Gardner-Webb Associate A.D./SWA Pam Scruggs ...........49 GWUSports.com ...................................................................50

ERIC ASANIN-MIROUX CREDITS Editor: ....................................................................Kevin Davis Editoral Assistance: ............................................. Bailey Davis Layout and Design:...............................................Kevin Davis Cover Artwork: .....................................................Kevin Davis Cover Concept: .............................. Kevin Davis, Tony Setzer Photos provided by: ............. Big South Photos, Gerry Wall, GWU Phototeam, Mike Ward, GWU File Photos, Atlantic Sun Photos

Special thanks to head coach Tony Setzer and the GWU men’s soccer team for their assistance in producing the 2011 Gardner-Webb University Men’s Soccer Media Guide.

Gardner-Webb admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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2011 MEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE DATE Aug. 20 Aug. 23 Aug. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 2 Nov. 10-13

OPPONENT TIME at Georgia State (Exhib.) 6 p.m. at USC Upstate (Exhib.) 7 p.m. BREVARD 7 p.m. vs. Wofford ^ 4:30 p.m. vs. Georgia Southern ^ 1 p.m. vs. Appalachian State # 4 p.m. at Davidson # 7 p.m. vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee $ 5 p.m. (CT) vs. VCU $ 12 p.m. (CT) at Coastal Carolina * 7 p.m. at UNC Greensboro 7 p.m. at Clemson 7 p.m. at Campbell * 7 p.m. at Presbyterian College * 7 p.m. LIBERTY * 2 p.m. at VMI * 1 p.m. UNC ASHEVILLE * 7 p.m. HIGH POINT * 7 p.m. at Radford * 7 p.m. WINTHROP * 7 p.m. 2011 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship TBD

^ = Big South/SoCon Challenge at Rock Hill, S.C. # = Davidson/adidas Tournament at Davidson, N.C. $ = UAB - Soccer For a Cure Classic at Birmingham, Ala. * = Big South Conference Matches RED & ALL CAPS = HOME MATCHES

Big South Championship will be held in Boiling Springs, N.C. (Times subject to change)

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ABOUT GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY

GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY Gardner-Webb University (GWU), located on 250 acres in Boiling Springs, N.C., is a private, four-year, NCAA Division I institution affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. GWU has been recognized as one of only 134 institutions in America on the John Templeton Foundation’s Honor Roll for Character-Building Colleges. GWU enrolls over 4,000 students from 33 states and 34 foreign countries in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs. Small classes in a personal learning environment allow the university to feature a 15-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. With increased national exposure and attention given to the institution’s academic programs and character building opportunities, the enrollment has grown over 60 percent in the last 10 years. There are 45 major fields of study on the undergraduate level. Graduate programs such as the School of Divinity, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, and the Graduate School are gaining regional acclaim for numbers of students served and quality of programs exhibited. Gardner-Webb’s GOAL Program (Greater Opportunities for Adult Learners) operates on 17 satellite campuses around North Carolina for working adults who are seeking to complete their four-year degree at night. Recent expansion efforts also have created two new modern facilities for off-campus students - GWU at Statesville and GWU at Charlotte.

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ACADEMICS AT GARDNER-WEBB ACADEMICS AT GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY Perhaps there is no greater time to observe the academic quality of Gardner-Webb University than right now. All of the necessary factors for academic excellence – faculty, students, resources, curriculum – are working in conjunction with one another to gain widespread acclaim from alumni, friends, trustees, the media and the community. Over 130 full-time faculty members comprise a group of educators at GWU being heralded as the "premiere class of instructors ever assembled at the University." Over 80 percent of the faculty hold a Ph.D. or equivalent, and many boast of well-documented activities in the business and professional worlds. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1, Gardner-Webb is able to provide personal instruction to its students, who now number over 4,000, making Gardner-Webb the fifth-largest private institution in North Carolina. New technological features in our library enhance the learning experience for a higher quality student. The incoming freshman class this year averaged over 1020 on the SAT and a 3.5 GPA. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Accounting American Sign Language Art Athletic Training Biology Business Administration Chemistry Communications Computer Science Elementary Education (K-6)

English Finance French Health & Wellness History International Business Journalism Management Information Systems Mathematics

Medical Technology Middle School Education (6-9) Music Business Music Composition Music Education Music Performance Nursing Physical Education Physician Assistant Political Science

Psychology Religious Studies Sacred Music Social Science Sociology Spanish Sports Management Theater Arts

GRADUATE SCHOOL

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

M.A. in Mental Health Counselling M.A. in Elementary Education (K-6) M.A. in English M.A. in English Education (K-6) M.A. in Middle Grades Education (9-12) M.A. in Nursing M.A. in School Administration (K-12) M.A. in School Counseling M.A. in Sport Science & Pedagogy

MBA in Business Administration M.Acc. in Accounting I.MBA in International Business GOAL PROGRAMS Bachelor of Science in: Accounting Business Administration Criminal Justice Health Management Human Services Management Information Systems Nursing Religious Studies SCHOOL OF DIVINITY Master of Divinity (M.Div.) M.D M.Div. in Christian Education M.Div. in Church Music M.Div/MBA M.Div. in Missiology M.Div. in Pastoral Care and Counseling DOCTORAL DEGREES OFFERED Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)

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GWU ATHLETIC TRAINING An integral part of the entire Gardner-Webb University athletics program, the Athletic Training Program emphasizes the importance of wellness in the teams’ pursuit of success. Under the supervision of Kevin Jones, ATC, and the rest of the Athletic Training faculty and staff, athletic training students complete part of their clinical education with the University’s 21 varsity sports. Jones and his staff work toward the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The athletic training students at GWU are fortunate to have a faculty and staff of nine certified athletic trainers and a cooperative intercollegiate athletics staff to enhance their learning experience. The clinical education that is conducted while serving the student-athletes at Gardner-Webb University allows for comprehensive medical care in a learning environment. The athletic training educational program recently completed its full accreditation by CAAHEP, marking an exciting moment in the program’s history. Athletic training students are able to pursue a B.S. in Athletic Training through the Department of Physical Education, Wellness and Sport Studies. Upon graduation, athletic training students must complete a three-part examination conducted by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association’s Board of Certification to become Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC). One of the most respected academic majors on campus, the GardnerWebb Athletic Training educational program boasts a growing enrollment and provides students with firstclass instruction and practical experience in their chosen field of study. Currently, Gardner-Webb graduates are working with NFL teams, colleges and universities, high schools and physical therapy clinics. After their academic careers at Gardner-Webb, many students also choose to seek graduate assistant positions at colleges and universities around the nation.

ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF DIRECTORY Kevin Jones, MA, ATC Jon T. Mitchell, MA, ATC Heather Hartsell, MA, ATC Kat Ayotte, MA, ATC Stephenie Stark, MS, ATC Bill Harvard, MA, ATC, CSCS Mathea Hungerford, MS, ATC Daniele Albert, MS, ATC Justin Walker, MS, ATC Marcia Kennedy, ATC

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Director of Athletic Training kjones@gardner-webb.edu Service Program Director jmitchell@gardner-webb.edu Educational Program Director hhartsell@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer kayotte@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer sstark@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer wharvard@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer mhungerford@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer dalbert@gardner-webb.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer jwalker15@gardner-webb.edu Graduate Assistant mkennedy3@gardner-webb.edu

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GWU STRENGTH & CONDITIONING GWU STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PHILOSOPHY In today’s world of collegiate athletics, the strength and conditioning program has become one of the most vital aspects in the development of the complete student-athlete. The mission and philosophy of the Gardner-Webb University Strength and Conditioning Program is based on several key elements of development. We are committed to: * Furthering the commitment to excellence * Enhancing athleticism * Development of: Strength, Power, SAQ (speed/agility/quickness), Mobility/Flexibility, Energy System Training, Mental Toughness * Building team unity and self discipline * Injury prevention training * Promoting proper nutrition along with rest and recovery * Developing a strong work ethic that the student-athlete takes with them in life after graduation When designing the Gardner-Webb Strength and Conditioning Program, the strength staff incorporates training the total body utilizing various proven training techniques. These techniques range from traditional lifting to training “outside the box”. In order to keep the athlete from adapting to the same training stimulus, causing a plateau effect, the program is changed every 4-6 weeks. The strength staff stays current in their profession in order to provide the best program for the student-athlete to improve their performance and each team receives a program that is designed to strengthen the movements involved in their particular sport. The strength staff works closely with the athletic training staff in the injury rehab process with the joint goal of getting the student-athlete back into competition. At the foundation of the Gardner-Webb University Strength Staff philosophy lays the desire to constantly improve the program for our student-athletes and athletic teams.

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GREENE-HARBISON FIELD

The soccer field, formerly known as Varsity Field, was renamed Greene-Harbison Field in 2007, as it has received many upgrades since the field’s inception in 1990. During the summer of 2011, the field itself received a face-lift, as brand new retaining walls were built along the corners of the field, while new fencing surrounds the game action, giving a stadium-like feel to Greene-Harbison Field. Prior to the 2007 season, a permanent press box was built with a video purch on top for both the home and visiting teams to film the games. Also prior to the 2007 season, permanent seating was placed at midfield to allow the spectators to be right in the action of the games. Before the start of the 2005 season, Gardner-Webb erected a brand new scoreboard adding to the game experience for all. In 2004, four light standards were installed, allowing the Runnin’ Bulldogs to play home night games for the first time in school history. In 2002, the mobile bench covers were added, offering players from both teams protection from the elements.

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BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 15 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and oversaw the additions of men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997. The Conference’s 19th championship sport -- women’s lacrosse, will begin play in 2012-13 with seven members. At the same time, Kallander has solidified Conference membership, as an all-time high 11 member institutions comprise the 28-year League in 2011-12. Recent additions include High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian College, plus the return of charter member Campbell University this year. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 700 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, more than 240 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship six times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, has had four NFL Draft picks, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four out of the last seven years – including a national seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s Sam Chelanga win two NCAA National Championships (cross country, 10,000-meter run), Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reach the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. Last season, Chelanga won two more NCAA National Championships (cross country, outdoor 5,000-meter run), the Big South had its first automatic bid recipient in football (Coastal Carolina), UNC Asheville reached the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Coastal Carolina’s women’s golf team was the first in Conference history to advance to the NCAA Championship out of Regional play, and a League-record 18 baseball players were drafted in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Several former Big South student-athletes have also reached national prominence in recent years. Coastal Carolina’s Amber Campbell made the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team – one of five former Big South athletes to compete in the Games; VMI’s Reggie Williams reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors in 2010, UNC Asheville’s Ty Wigginton was named an American League All-Star in 2010, and Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson has won four PGA Tour events since departing the Big South Conference in 2007 and tied for runner-up at the 2011 Open Championship. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic All-Americans in its 27 years of existence. Furthermore, the Big South has a record number of NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last two years.

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2011 RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS JON OLE REINHARDSEN

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Name Scott Krotee Jaap Elekan Julian Morris Matt Bogart Jon Ole Reinhardsen Richie Wall Ernesto Gaita Eric Bowen Marius Hammersmark Jordan Day Chris Davis Eric Asanin-Miroux Kevin Nolan Andrew Robinson Chijioke Akujuobi Jovan Ivanovich Taylor Jordan Chad Castainca Brice Nardozzi John Sargent Eric Yeager Jonathan Arango Kevin Comvalius Denzel Clarke Jonas Nader Riley Shelton Trey Lewis Matthew Tremblay Satoshi Tatsumi Colin Ashley Jalen Gathers Ian Hartfield Ethan Senger Gerardo Martinez

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

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

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

Wt. 175 190 190 200 175 135 175 155 165 185 190 175 165 170 145 190 175 165 160 160 195 150 160 180 175 165 160 200 150 170 150 165 175 195

Hometown/Previous School West Lawn, Pa./Wilson H.S. Hilversum, The Netherlands/Comenius College Ocoee, Fla./Ocoee H.S. London, Ontario, Canada/A.B. Lucas Secondary School Kristiansand, Norway/Gimle Vidergaende Skole Charlotte, N.C./Wingate University Toronto, Ontario, Canada/Chaminade College Brentwood, Tenn./Belmont University Kristiansand, Norway Marvin, N.C./Marvin Ridge H.S. Surrey, London/Whitgift School Thornill, Canada/Langstaff Secondary School Simpsonville, S.C./Hillcrest H.S. Kernersville, N.C./Bishop McGuinness Catholic H.S. Houston, Texas/Langham Creek H.S. London, Ontario, Canada/A.B. Lucas Secondary School Athens, Ga./Cedar Shoals H.S. Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville H.S. Belleair Bluffs, Fla./Indian Rocks Christian School Essex, England/Clacton County H.S. Noblesville, Ind./Cathedral H.S. Fountain Inn, S.C./Hillcrest H.S. Greensboro, N.C./Southern Guilford H.S. Montego Bay, Jamaica/Greater Atlanta Christian School Monroe, N.C./Catawba College/Piedmont H.S. Madison, N.C./Dalton L. McMichael H.S. Hickory, N.C./Saint Stephens H.S. Jacksonville, Fla./Creekside H.S. Plano, Texas/Plano West Senior H.S. Chapel Hill, N.C./Carolina Friends School Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell H.S. Spokane, Wash./Gonzaga University Vancouver, B.C., Canada/Kitsilano Secondary Forest City, N.C./Chase H.S.

Head Coach: Tony Setzer Associate Head Coach: Tyler Kettering Graduate Assistant Coach: Bradley Morrison Graduate Assistant Coach: Dave Robb Student Assistant Coach: Jesse Rodriguez Volunteer Assistant Coach: Dennis Puckerin

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2011 GWU ROSTER BREAKDOWN CLASS

POSITION

STATE/COUNTRY

SENIORS (4) Eric Asanin-Miroux Julian Morris Kevin Nolan Richie Wall

FORWARDS (6) Denzel Clarke Chris Davis Ernesto Gaita Taylor Jordan Trey Lewis Satoshi Tatsumi

GEORGIA (1) Taylor Jordan FLORDIA (3) Julian Morris Brice Nardozzi Matthew Tremblay INDIANA (1) Eric Yeager NORTH CAROLINA (10) Colin Ashley Kevin Comvalius Jordan Day Jalen Gathers Trey Lewis Gerardo Martinez Jonas Nader Andrew Robinson Riley Shelton Richie Wall PENNSYLVANIA (1) Scott Krotee SOUTH CAROLINA (2) Jonathan Arango Kevin Nolan TENNEESSE (2) Eric Bowen Chad Castainca TEXAS (2) Chijioke Akujuobi Satoshi Tatsumi WASHINGTON (1) Ian Hartfield INTERNATIONAL (11) Eric Asanin-Miroux (Canada) Matt Bogart (Canada) Chris Davis (England) Denzel Clarke (Jamaica) Jaap Elekan (The Netherlands) Ernesto Gaita (Canada)

JUNIORS (11) Eric Bowen Chad Castainca Jordan Day Jaap Elekan Ian Hartfield Jovan Ivanovich Taylor Jordan Scott Krotee Jon Ole Reinhardsen Andrew Robinson John Sargent SOPHOMORES (9) Chijioke Akujuobi Jonathan Arango Colin Ashley Chris Davis Marius Hammersmark Gerardo Martinez Jonas Nader Brice Nardozzi Satoshi Tatsumi FRESHMAN (10) Matt Bogart Denzel Clarke Kevin Comvalius Ernesto Gaita Jalen Gathers Trey Lewis Ethan Senger Riley Shelton Matthew Tremblay Eric Yeager

MIDFIELDERS (11) Chijioke Akujuobi Chad Castainca Kevin Comvalius Jalen Gathers Marius Hammersmark Gerardo Martinez Brice Nardozzi John Sargent Ethan Senger Riley Shelton Richie Wall DEFENDERS (13) Eric Asanin-Miroux Jonathan Arango Matt Bogart Eric Bowen Jordan Day Ian Hartfield Jovan Ivanovich Julian Morris Jonas Nader Kevin Nolan Jon Ole Reinhardsen Matthew Tremblay Eric Yeager GOALKEEPERS (4) Colin Ashley Jaap Elekan Scott Krotee Andrew Robinson

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Jovan Ivanovich (Canada) Jon Ole Reinhardsen (Norway) John Sargent (England) Ethan Senger (Canada)

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES JULIAN MORRIS R-Sr. * 6-0 * 190 lbs * Defender * Ocoee, Fla.

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2010: Did not play due to an injury ... Took a medical reshirt. 2009: Played in three matches on the season in the defensive backfield for Gardner-Webb ... Totaled 63 minutes on the year ... Played a seasonhigh 31 minutes in the loss at VMI ... Saw 21 minutes of action in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 5-2 home win over Georgia Southern. 2008: Played in four games, picking up two starts as a sophomore ... Recorded 139 minutes on the season in the crowded defensive backfield for GWU. 2007: Saw action in 18 matches for the Runnin’ Bulldogs as a true freshman ... Recorded one assist from his defensive position ... Was a key contributor in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ two shutouts. High School/Club: Three-year letterwinner at Ocoee H.S. ... Earned first-team all-Met honors his senior season ... Received the Coaches Award as a senior ... Tallied an assist in the all-county match ... Helped his FC America club team advance to the quarterfinals in the State Cup in 2007. Personal: Born Julian Morris on September 17, 1988 in Alexandria, Va. ... Son of Brett and Ardelia Morris ... Sister Ardelia plays volleyball at the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore ... Graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology ... Working towards his MBA.

ERIC ASANIN-MIROUX R-Sr. * 6-0 * 175 lbs * Defender * Thornhill, Canada

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2010: Took a medical redshirt. 2009: Played in 16 games, starting 14 of them as a junior ... Totaled 1245 minutes on the season ... Recorded five points on the year ... Picked up two goals and one assist ... Posted a .625 shots on goal percentage, putting 10 of his 16 shots on frame for the season ... Scored a goal and dished out one assist in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 5-1 home win over Covenant College ... Also had a goal in GWU’s 3-2 win over Jacksonville. 2008: Named to the Big South All-Conference Second Team ... Played in 15 contests, starting 14 of them ... Tallied 1226 minutes in the midfield for GWU on the season ... Recorded four shots on the year, putting all on goal. 2007: Saw action in all 20 matches for the Runnin’ Bulldogs as a true freshman ... Was a shutdown defenseman at the outside back position ... Recorded nine shots on the year ... Was a key contributor in both of the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ shutouts. High School/Club: Played soccer at Langstaff Secondary School ... Was a two-time MVP for the Canadian Lions Football Club team. Personal: Born Eric Asanin-Miroux on January 12, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... Son of Zora Asanin & Jean-Pierre Miroux ... Has two younger siblings ... Graduated with a B.S. Degree in Health & Wellness ... Working toward his graduate degree in Sports Science & Pedagogy.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES RICHIE WALL Sr. * 5-6 * 135 lbs * Midfielder * Charlotte, N.C.

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2010: Played in 18 matches on the season, starting 17 for GWU ... Logged 677 minutes on the year ... Saw time in the midfield and in the defensive backfield ... Had one goal and two assists on the season ... Was tied for fifth on the team with four points ... Totaled nine shots on the season, putting four on goal ... Posted a .444 shots on goal percentage ... Scored a goal in the 3-0 win over Presbyterian College ... Also had an assist in the home win over PC ... Recorded an assist in the 2-0 win over No. 6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament. 2009: Saw action in all 17 games for GWU this season, picking up three starts ... Totaled 578 minutes in the midfield for Coach Setzer’s squad ... Totaled six points on two goals and two assists on the year ... Picked up an assist on the game winning goal in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 1-0 win over Clemson ... Scored a goal in the home victory over Georgia Southern ... Tallied an assist in the loss to Appalachian State ... Picked up a goal in the 2-2 draw against Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2009 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament ... Recorded nine shots on the year, putting three of them on goal. Prior to Gardner-Webb: Played at Wingate University ... Saw action in 15 games, starting in one as a true freshman ... Had one assist on the year. High School/Club: Played at nearby Ardrey Kell High School his junior and senior years ... Was the captain of the team both seasons ... Was twice named All-Conference and was an All-Region selection as a senior ... Was named All-Observer by the Charlotte Observer ... Scored 15 goals and dished out 23 assists in his two seasons at Ardery Kell H.S. ... Played at Providence High School as a freshman and sophomore, scoring 12 goals and 10 assists as a sophomore ... Was named the Team Offensive MVP ... Helped lead the Charlotte Soccer Club Blue ‘89 team to the 2008 U-18 State Championship and the U-19 State Championship. Personal: Born Richard Wall on December 19, 1989 in Long Branch, New Jersey ... Son of Rich and Gerry Wall ... Has two older siblings ... Majoring in Sports Management.

KEVIN NOLAN Sr. * 5-9 * 165 lbs * Defender * Simpsonville, S.C.

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2010: Played in 12 matches, starting six for GWU in the midfield ... Logged 491 minutes on the season ... Posted two shots on the year, putting one on frame ... Recorded a .500 shots on goal percentage ... Posted a shot in the 1-0 win over USC Upstate ... Put a shot on goal in the loss at High Point ... Logged a season-high 90 minutes in the shutout win at UNC Asheville ... Totaled 75 minutes in the home loss to UNC Greensboro ... Started and played significant minutes in the win at UNC Asheville and in the win at Liberty. 2009: Saw action in five games for GWU ... Totaled 90 minutes on the season ... Played a season-high 48 minutes in the 2-2 tie at USC Upstate ... Also played a total of 20 minutes in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 5-1 win at home versus Covenant College at the Soccer For a Cure Classic. 2008: Saw action in five games ... Playing 70 minutes as a true freshman in the GWU midfield. High School/Club: Four-year starter at Hillcrest H.S. ... Earned Offensive MVP honors after posting 22 goals and 14 assists in his freshman season ... Named co-captain in his second year ... Named Offensive MVP by posting 23 goals and 15 assists as a sophomore ... Named to the All-Region Team as a sophomore ... Named the Coach’s MVP and to the All-Region Team, recording 16 goals and eight assists for his team ... Was sidelined with an injury during his senior season, yet still received the Ram’s Legacy Award for Leadership ... Also won the ScholarAthlete Award ... Club team won the South Carolina State Cup in 2005 and in 2008 ... His club team was also a Disney Finalist in 2005. Personal: Born Kevin Leslie Nolan on April 10, 1990 in Red Bank, New Jersey ... Grandson of Linda Rosario ... Has three siblings, Derik, Kyle and Connor ... Majoring in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES SCOTT KROTEE R-Jr. * 6-0 * 175 * Goalkeeper * West Lawn, Pa.

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2010: Did not play due to injury. 2009: Suffered a season-ending injury and took a medical redshirt ... Saw action in one match, playing 27:53 minutes versus IPFW ... Surrendered one goal on the season. 2008: Saw action in two matches in goal for the Runnin’ Bulldogs, starting one of them ... Recorded 173:06 minutes in the net for GWU ... Picked up six saves on the season ... Surrendered four goals on the year ... Named to the Soccer For A Cure Classic All-Tournament Team. High School/Club: Four-year varsity starter at Wilson H.S. ... Tallied 26 shutouts for his high school career ... Named to the All-Berks County First-Team in 2006 after leading his team to the PIAA District III Finals and state qualifiers ... Named co-captain of his team his senior season ... Made the All-Berks County Second-Team in 2007, recording a 0.75 GAA and 14 shutouts on the year ... Led Wilson H.S. to BCIAA RunnerUp in 2007 and was also named to the Central PA Senior All-Star Team ... Led his club team to the DE State Cup ... Also won the COPA BLUE Flight at the 2007 Disney Showcase, where he did not allow a goal in over 200 minutes of action. Personal: Born Scott Krotee on February 20, 1990 in Reading, Pennsylvania ... Son of Bob and Jan Krotee ... Has a twin brother named Mike ... Also has two older brothers, Bret and Eric ... Majoring in Health & Wellness.

JON OLE REINHARDSEN R-Jr. * 6-0 * 170 lbs * Defender * Kristiansand, Norway

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2010: Played in and started all 19 matches in the defensive backline for GWU ... Named to the 2010 Big South All-Conference First-Team ... Logged 1704 minutes on the year ... Posted two goals and four points for the season ... Had one game-winning goal on the year ... Fired off 23 shots on the year, putting 11 shots on goal ... Recorded a .478 shots on goal percentage ... The defensive leader for GWU that helped the Runnin’ Bulldogs post seven shutouts and eight wins on the year ...Played 90 minutes or more in 17 matches ... Was vital in GWU’s shutouts over Mercer, USC Upstate, UNC Asheville, VMI, Liberty, Presbyterian College and No. 6 Winthrop ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-0 win at Liberty ... Also had a goal in the loss to Lipscomb ... Posted a season-high five shots in the win over VMI ... Played all 90 minutes in the 2-0 win over No. 6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship tournament ... Also totaled 90 minutes in the loss to No. 2 Coastal Carolina in the postseason conference tournament semi-finals. 2009: Named to the Second-Team All-Big South ... Started and saw minutes in 14 matches for GWU ... Totaled 1312 minutes on the season ... Was a staple in the defensive backline for the Runnin’ Bulldogs all season long ... Had one goal and two assists on the year ... Totaled four points on the season ... Put eight shots on goal for a shots on goal percentage of 53.3 percent ... Fired off 15 shots on the year ... Played every minute of 13 matches this season for Coach Setzer’s squad ... A physical defender that helped lead GWU to three shutouts on the season and a 1.75 goals against average ... Scored a goal in the 2-2 regular season tie with Winthrop ... Picked up an assist in the 5-2 home win over Georgia Southern ... Also recorded an assist in the 2-1 conference home win versus Liberty. High School/Club: Played for IK Start in the second division, the third highest level in Norway ... Was the player of the year in 2006 ... Was on the team that won the Norwegian Cub for U-19 ... Also on the team that won the Ruban Cup ... Helped guide his team to the quarterfinals of the Norway Cup, one of the biggest cups in the world ... Attended Gimle Vidergaende Skole for high school. Personal: Born Jon Ole Reinhardsen on November 7, 1988 in Aalesund, Norway ... Son of Suen Jale and Ingridd Hogetreit Reinhardsen ... Has two younger siblings ... Majoring in Business Administration.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES ANDREW ROBINSON R-Jr. * 6-1 * 175 lbs * Goalkeeper * Kernersville, N.C.

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2010: Played in one match for GWU ... Totaled 45 minutes in goal on the season ... Surrendered one goal on the year ... Manned the goal for GWU in the loss at Clemson. 2009: Saw action in two matches on the season, picking up one start ... Totaled 155 minutes in goal for GWU ... Started and played all 110 minutes in GWU’s quarterfinal game of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament ... Picked up the win in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 5-2 home victory of Georgia Southern ... Recorded a tie in the 2-2 draw with Winthrop in the first round of the conference championship tournament ... Posted six saves on the year ... Allowed three goals on the season ... Posted a 66.7 saves percentage for the year ... Recorded a 1.74 goals against average. 2008: Redshirted. High School/Club: Three-year starter at Bishop McGuinness Catholic H.S. ... Posted a 1.1 GAA in his freshman year and was named the Team MVP ... Bettered that average in his sophomore season by allowing just one goal per game on his way to picking up seven shutouts ... Went 18-3-2 in his senior season, posting a 0.550 GAA and 10 shutouts ... Named All-Conference, All-District First Team, All-State First Team and Goalkeeper of the Year for North Carolina 1A public schools his senior season ... Posted an average under 1.00 GAA in all four years for his premier team. Personal: Born Andrew Stanley Robinson on September 25, 1989 in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of John and Katherine Robinson ... Has a younger brother named Adam ... Majoring in Biology.

JOVAN IVANOVICH R-Jr. * 6-2 * 190 lbs * Defender * Ontario, Canada

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2010: Did not play. 2009: Named to the Second-Team All-Big South ... Also named to the NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region Team ... Was named to the Big South All-Tournament Team ... Earned a spot on the Soccer For a Cure Classic All-Tournament Team ... Named the Big South Conference Co-Player of the Week on September 29th ... Started and played in all 17 matches for GWU ... Totaled 1533 minutes on the year, a team-high ... Recorded four points on the season by way of one goal and two assists ... Was a huge factor on the defensive backline that helped GWU pick up three shutouts ... Led a defensive unit that posted a 1.75 goals against average and held its opponents to a .148 shot percentage on the season ... Picked up an assist in the 3-2 win versus Jacksonville ... Also tallied an assist in the 2-2 draw with Winthrop ... Picked up his first career goal in the 4-2 loss to Appalachian State ... Posted a 42.9 percent shots on goal percentage on the year. High School/Club: Transfer from Fanshawe College ... Played at A.B. Lucas Secondary School where he was a four-year starter ... Was a threetime team captain, leading his team to three consecutive City Championships and Provincial Championships ... Was First-Team All-State for three years ... Also named the Team MVP for three straight seasons ... Played club soccer with the AEK London and F.C. London ... A threetime captain for his club teams. Personal: Born Jovan Ivanovich on May 2, 1989 in London, Ontario, Canada ... Son of Nick and Marion Ivanovich ... Majoring in Physical Education.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES TAYLOR JORDAN R-Jr. * 5-10 * 175 lbs * Forward * Athens, Ga.

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2010: Played in four matches, starting three before suffering a season-ending injury ... Totaled 202 minutes on the year ... Posted five shots on the season ... Put one shot on frame ... Recorded a .200 shots on goal percentage ... Had a season-high two shots in the 3-0 win over Mercer and in the loss to Lipscomb ... Played a season-high 63 minutes in the 3-1 loss to Lipscomb. 2009: Played in 16 games, starting six up front for GWU ... Totaled 661 minutes on the season ... Picked up two goals and four points on the year ... Scored both of his goals in the 2-2 tie at USC Upstate ... Fired off 16 shots, putting nine on goal for a .562 shots on goal percentage ... Played a season-high 110 minutes in the draw at USC Upstate. 2008: Played in 13 contests, starting four of them as a true freshman ... Tallied 455 minutes on the season ... Scored one goal and tallied two assists ... First career goal came in the 3-2 double-overtime loss at North Florida ... Posted eight shots on the season, putting six of them on goal. High School/Club: Four-year starter at Cedar Shoals H.S. ... Scored 17 goals and dished out five assists to earn Offensive MVP and FirstTeam All-Northeast Georgia honors as a freshman ... Repeated as a First-Team All-Northeast Georgia selection and as the Offensive MVP as a sophomore, scoring 20 goals and tallying six assists ... Was also named to the Second-Team All-Region team as a sophomore ... Recorded nine assists to along with 16 goals in his junior season ... Named the ABH All-Northeast Georgia Soccer Player of the Year as a senior ... Set the school’s record in goals in a single season with 30, all-time career goals with 83 and all-time career points record with 194 ... Set the city-wide single season goals record with his 30 goals as a senior ... Also set the city-wide career scoring record with 83 career goals ... Club team won the Germantown Invitational twice ... Helped guide his club team to the Georgia State Cup Finals in 2007. Personal: Born Taylor Christian Jordan on July 2, 1990 in Asheville, N.C. ... Son of Laffette and Eliana Jordan ... Has two siblings, Cameron and Courtney ... Majoring in Sports Management.

JAAP ELEKAN Jr. * 6-0 * 190 lbs * Goalkeeper * Hilversum, The Netherlands

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2010: Played in two matches on the season ... Logged 31 minutes on the year ... Played in goal in one match, playing 26:56 minutes ... Posted one save ... Allowed one goal ... Played in the field at Appalachian State ... Saw action in goal versus UNC Greensboro. 2009: Saw action in goal for the Runnin’ Bulldogs in one match ... Totaled 25:01 minutes on the season ... Allowed one goal on the year ... Was in goal for the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 5-1 win over Covenant College in the Soccer For a Cure Classic Tournament. High School/Club: Played for the Royal Dutch Soccer Association U-13 Regional Team ... Also played on the Royal Dutch Soccer Association U-14 Interregional Team ... Helped his team to win the Regional GK Tournament seven times ... Guided his team to a ninth-place finish at the National GK Tournament ... Was named the MVP of the Year in 2006 ... Winner of the Fair Play Cup and won the International “tamboer” Trophy ... Played for the FC Hilversum club team ... Led his team to the Interregional Championship in 2008-09 ... Was the runnerup at the Dutch National Beach Soccer Cup ... Led his team to the semi-finals at the National Cup for Amateurs ... Won all 12 of his team’s championship games as the starter. Personal: Born Jaap Elekan on December 14, 1988 in Hilversum, the Netherlands ... Son of Hans Elekan and Mariette Bleyendaal ... Has two siblings ... Transferred to GWU from Comenius College ... Majoring in Marketing.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES ERIC BOWEN Jr. * 5-8 * 155 lbs * Defender * Brentwood, Tenn.

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2010: Played in three matches on the year ... Totaled 12 minutes for the season ... Played a season-high seven minutes in the loss to UNC Greensboro ... Also played at Clemson and in the 4-1 home win over Radford. Prior to Gardner-Webb: Played his freshman year at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. High School/Club: Starred in the midfield at Brentwood High School in Brentwood, Tenn. ... Helped lead his team to a 24-0 record as a junior, becoming State and National Champions ... Was the team captain his senior season, leading his team to the state finals ... Named to both the All-District and All-State Team as a senior ... Was the team MVP his senior season ... Was tabbed the Williamson County Athlete of the Month ... Also ran cross country in high school ... Was also a member of the BWSC 91 Premiere Club Team, where he was a four-year captain. Personal: Born Eric Hampton Bowen on October 16, 1990 in Brentwood, Tenn. ... Son of Sam and Brenda Bowen ... Father, Sam, played professional baseball for the Boston Red Sox ... Has two sisters, Maggie and Emily ... Twin sister Emily plays soccer at North Georgia State College and University ... Majoring in Psychology.

JORDAN DAY Jr. * 5-10 * 185 lbs * Defender * Marvin, N.C.

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2010: Played in 13 matches, starting eight before suffering a season ending injury ... Totaled 895 minutes in the defensive backfield for GWU ... Was second on the team with three assists ... Also posted three points on the year ... Recorded three shots on the season ... Was key in GWU’s 1-0 shutout win over USC Upstate, playing all 90 minutes in the defensive backline ... Also an important cog in the shutout win at UNC Asheville, against VMI and in the 2-0 win at Liberty ... Had an assist in the 3-0 win at home against Mercer ... Also recorded an assist in the loss to Lipscomb and at Appalachian State ... Played all 90 minutes in six matches ... Posted two shots in the loss at Belmont and one in the loss versus Lipscomb. 2009: Saw action in three matches as a true freshman ... Totaled 159 minutes on the year ... Took two shots on the season ... Fired off a shot in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 5-1 win over Covenant College in the Soccer For a Cure Classic ... Also took a shot in the 3-1 loss at Coastal Carolina ... Played a season-high 84 minutes in the 2-2 draw at USC Upstate. High School/Club: Two-year starter at Marvin Ridge H.S. ... Earned captain honors his junior season ... Posted 25 assists and two goals as a junior ... Earned All-Conference and All-Region honors as a junior ... Tallied 28 assists and 10 goals en route to leading his team to an undefeated season as a senior ... Named All-Conference and All-Region as a senior ... Played club ball with the Charlotte Soccer Club as a freshman and sophomore ... Moved to the premier Charlotte United Futbol Club as a junior ... Led the SCSA academy team in assists as a senior. Personal: Born James Jordan Day on April 12, 1990 in Charlotte, N.C. ... Son of Ed and Luanne Day ... Has three siblings, an older brother Chip and two younger sisters, twins Maddy and Ginny ... Majoring in Health & Wellness.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES CHAD CASTAINCA Jr. * 6-0 * 165 lbs * Midfielder/Defender * Greeneville, Tenn.

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2010: Did not play due to an injury. High School/Club: A four-year letterwinner at Greeneville High School in Greeneville, Tenn. ... A two-time First-Team All-Region selection ... Also a two-time All-Conference selection ... Was named the All-State Team MVP as a senior ... Tabbed the Team MVP his junior season and the Team Offensive MVP as a sophomore ... Selected to the First-Team All-District as a sophomore and was a Second-Team All-Region selection as a freshman ... Posted 11 goals and 14 assists, leading his team to the region semifinals his senior year ... Tallied nine goals and 13 assists as a junior ... Had 15 goals and 14 assists as a sophomore where he helped lead his team to district and region runner up finishes ... Was a key part of the district championship team as a freshman with seven goals and eight assists ... Also a member of the Lakeway Select Club Team that was State Finalists and Richmond Cup winners. Personal: Born Chad Ryan Castainca on August 19, 1989 in Greeneville, Tenn. ... Son of Tony and Judy Castainca ... Has an older sister named Caitlin ... Majoring in Sociology.

JOHN SARGENT Jr. * 5-10 * 160 lbs * Midfielder * Essex, England

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2010: Played in all 18 matches, starting all 18 in the midfield ... Totaled 1560 minutes on the year ... Had one goal and two points for the season ... Posted 35 shots on the year, putting 11 on goal ... Recorded a .314 shots on goal percentage ... Totaled 90 minutes or more in 10 different matches on the season ... Scored his lone goal of the season in the 3-0 win at UNC Asheville ... Posted a season-high five shots in the loss to No. 2 Coastal Carolina in the semi-finals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament. 2009: Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team ... Played in 16 matches, starting 15 ... Totaled 1370 minutes on the season ... Was third on the team with 13 points ... Also third on the team with four goals and five assists ... Had two game-winning goals on the year ... Recorded a .477 shots on goal percentage, putting 18 shots on goal for the season ... His first career goal was the game-winning goal in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 1-0 win at Clemson ... Scored the game-winning goal in GWU’s 1-0 win over Presbyterian College ... Had a goal in the 5-2 win over Georgia Southern and another goal in the loss to Appalachian State ... Tallied an assist in the 5-1 win over Covenant College in the Soccer For a Cure Classic ... Recorded two assists in the 2-2 regular season draw at home versus Winthrop ... Picked up an assist in the loss at UNC Greensboro and in the win at home against Liberty. High School/Club: Attended Clacton County H.S. ... Won the FA County Youth Cup with Suffolk FA in 2007 ... Named the club captain for Bury Town FC, Team Bury FC and West Suffolk College in 2007 ... Played for England Colleges at Lilleshawl Training Ground in 2006 ... Won the England Colleges Cup with West Suffolk College in 2006 ... Gained 15 appearances, scoring five goals for Suffolk FA and was awarded captain from 2005-07. Personal: Born John Sargent on May 20, 1990 in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, England ... Son of Lloyd and Carrole Sargent ... Has an older sister named Amy ... Majoring in French.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES IAN HARTFIELD Jr. * 6-0 * 165 lbs * Defender * Spokane, Wash.

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2010: Played in 16 matches on the season, starting 12 in the defensive backfield for GWU ... Totaled 1215 minutes on the year ... Posted one shot on the season ... Was a key cog in the defensive third for GWU in the 3-0 shutout of Mercer ... Also played all 90 minutes for GWU in the 1-0 win over USC Upstate ... Played a vital part in GWU’s defense in the 2-0 win at Liberty, in the 3-0 win at home versus Presbyterian College and in the 4-1 home win against Radford ... Logged 79 minutes in the defensive backline in the 2-0 win over No. 6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship tournament. Prior to Gardner-Webb: Redshirted one season at Gonzaga University. High School/Club: Attended Spokane’s Ferris High where he lettered four years for Coach Robin Crain... All-Greater Spokane League Honorable Mention as senior... Ferris finished in four-way tie for first in GSL as junior... Member of the National Honor Society... Played for River City Soccer Club, beginning in U14 program in 2004 and playing U19 from 2007-08 ... Also played for Spokane Shadow U15/U16 from 2005-07... 2008 River City team finished second in US Club Soccer national finals in Virginia Beach, Va., after taking third in 2007 in North Carolina, River City winning Regional crown both years. Personal: Born Ian Hartfield on December 30, 1990 in Seattle, Washington ... Son of John and Valerie Hartfield ... Has one younger sister ... Majoring in Business.

SATOSHI TATSUMI R-So. * 5-9 * 150 lbs * Forward * Plano, Texas

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2010: Played in 14 matches on the year ... Totaled 168 minutes for the season ... Recorded one shot on the year ... Posted a shot in the 2-0 win at Liberty ... Played a season-high 27 minutes in the loss at Clemson ... Totaled 19 minutes in the win at Liberty and in the loss at home to UNC Greensboro ... Played four minutes in the 2-0 win over No. 6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship tournament. High School/Club: Was a two-year letterwinner at Plano West Senior High School in Plano, Texas and a one-year letterwinner at Hidden Valley High School in Roanoke, Va. ... Was named to the Second-Team All-District for Texas District 9-5A ... Led the team in goals as a senior ... Was tabbed the Team MVP his sophomore season on the junior varsity at Plano West Senior H.S. ... Was a member of the UNCC Club Soccer Team in 2009, where he was the leading goal scorer ... Played for the ASG Soccer Club in 2008, where his team was the 2008 Score at the Shore Showcase Champions and the 2008-09 Classic League Division I Champions ... Was a member of the Comets Soccer Club Team in 2007-08 which were the 2008 Shawnee Trail Shootout Finalist, the 2007 Plano Labor Day Runner-Up and the 2007 Dr. Pepper Fair Play SemiFinalist ... Also played club soccer for the Dallas Texans White and the Roanoke Star Soccer Club ... While on the Roanoke Star Soccer Club Team, he helped guide them to become six tournament finalist and to five championships ... Was a member of the Kawanishi FC in Japan that were Semi-Finalist in the 1999 Katsuragi Cup. Personal: Born Satoshi Tatsumi on May 25, 1990 in Toyohashi, Aichi, Japan ... Son of Yoshinori and Yasuko Tatsumi ... Has an older sibling, Yuko ... Transfer from UNC Charlotte ... Majoring in Sports Management.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES COLIN ASHLEY R-So. * 5-9 * 170 lbs * Goalkeeper * Chapel Hill, N.C.

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2010: Did not play. 2009: Redshirted. High School/Club: Played five years for Carolina Friends H.S. ... Was a member of the team as an eighth-grader ... Named the captain by coaches and teammates his senior season ... Also excelled in club ball for four years of high school, playing for four different teams throughout that span. Personal: Born Colin Ian Ashley on October 26, 1990 in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Richard and Madelyn Ashley ... Has one sister ... Majoring in Psychology.

MARIUS HAMMERSMARK So. * 5-10 * 165 lbs * Midfielder * Kristiansand, Norway

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2010: Played in and started 18 matches for GWU on the year as a true freshman ... Totaled 1436 minutes for the season ... Saw time at both the midfield and in the defensive backfield for GWU ... Had one goal and two points on the year ... Fired off 24 shots on the year, putting eight shots on goal ... Posted a .333 shots on goal percentage ... Scored a goal in the 3-0 shutout at home over Mercer ... Recorded a season-high three shots in three different matches ... Played every minute of nine matches on the year. High School/Club: Played for the Donn Club Team. Personal: Born Marius Hammersmark on December 4, 1988 in Kristiansand, Norway ... Son of Kjetil and Nina Hammersmark ... Majoring in Marketing.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES CHRIS DAVIS So. * 6-1 * 190 lbs * Forward * Wimbledon, England

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2010: Played in and started 16 matches as a true freshman ... Earned a spot on the 2010 Big South All-Freshman Team ... Totaled 1156 minutes on the year ... Was second on the team and ninth in the Big South Conference with five goals on the year ... Finished third on the team with 12 points ... Also posted two assists on the year ... Had two game-winning goals on the season ... Fired off 44 shots, putting 23 shots on frame ... Posted a .523 shots on goal percentage for the season ... Scored the game-winning goal in GWU’s 4-1 home win over Radford ... Also posted the game-winning goal in the 2-0 win over No. 6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship tournament ... Scored his first career goal in a loss at Belmont ... Also had a goal in the loss at Appalachian State and in the 3-0 home win versus Presbyterian College ... Posted an assist in the 2-0 win over VMI and in the 2-0 win versus No. 6 Winthrop in the conference postseason tournament. High School/Club: Played at Whitgift School in South Crodyon ... Helped lead his team to become Surrey Cup winners as a senior and National Champions as a junior ... Won the Corydon League and Cup and the London Cup ... Scored 29 goals in 15 games one season. Personal: Born Christopher Davis on September 9, 1989 in Kinston, London, England ... Son of Graham and Carol Davis ... Transfer from the University of Nottingham in England ... Has two younger siblings, Robert and Katie ... Intends to major in Psychology.

CHIJIOKE AKUJUOBI So. * 5-9 * 145 lbs * Midfielder * Houston, Texas

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2010: Played in 17 matches, starting two as a true freshman ... Totaled 543 minutes upfront for GWU on the year ... Had one assist and one point for the season ... Posted four shots, putting two on goal ... Recorded a .500 shots on goal percentage ... Posted his first career assist in the loss to UNC Greensboro ... Made his first career start in the season opener at home versus Georgia State ... Tallied a shot in the loss against Lipscomb ... Put two shots on goal in the loss at High Point ... Also recorded a shot in the loss at Winthrop ... Played a season-high 71 minutes in the home match versus Georgia State. High School/Club: Lettered at Langham Creek High School in Houston, Texas ... Was named to the 2010 CFISD Second-Team All-District as a senior ... Was a 2010 Lobo Award Winner ... Was also a 2010 TASCO All-Region nominee ... Was a member of the Texas Rush USSF Academy Club Team ... Helped his team to defeat the No. 2 team in the nation, Dallas Texans, at the 2010 USSF Development Academy ... Was part of the team that was the 2008 President’s Cup Regional Champions and 2008 Directors Cup Nationals Finalist ... Also helped his team to become 2007 Rush Cup Champions and the 2007 President’s Cup Regional Champions. Personal: Born Chijioke Akujuobi on February 4, 1992 in Washington, D.C. ... Son of Cajetan and Caroline Akujuobi ... Has a brother, Obinna, who plays football at the University of Houston ... Majoring in International Business.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES BRICE NARDOZZI So. * 5-10 * 160 lbs * Midfielder * Belleair Bluffs, Fla.

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2010: Saw time in five matches on the season as a true freshman ... Logged 37 minutes on the year ... Saw time in the midfield for GWU ... Recorded one shot on the year, putting it on goal ... Posted a 1.000 shots on goal percentage for the season ... Put a shot on goal in the 3-0 win over Presbyterian College ... Logged a season-high 15 minutes in the loss at home to UNC Greensboro. High School/Club: Lettered at Indian Rocks Christian High School in Florida ... Totaled 46 career goals and 71 career assists ... Was named to the All-District Team and the Bay Conference All-Conference Team all four years ... Tabbed the Team MVP his senior season ... Was twice named to the Lancer Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Helped lead his team to District Runner-Ups in both his junior and sophomore campaigns ... Was part of the District Championship team as a freshman ... Also a member of the Danedin Stirling Academy Club Team, where he led his team in assists with 32 as a freshman ... Tallied 58 goals and 62 assists over three years with the club team ... Was part of the club squad that was Disney Qualifier Champions, U.S. Club State Champions and CDL Champions in 2008. Personal: Born Brice D. Nardozzi on November 25, 1991 in Larso, Florida ... Son of William and Teresa Nardozzi ... Has two older brothers, Brock and Bryant ... Father, William Nardozzi, and Uncle, Greg Handsel, both played football at Gardner-Webb ... Intends to major in Sports Management.

JONATHAN ARANGO So. * 5-10 * 150 lbs * Defender * Fountain Inn, S.C.

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2010: Played in seven matches on the year, starting two as a true freshman ... Logged 225 minutes on the year ... Saw time in the defensive backfield for GWU ... Made first career start in the loss at Winthrop ... Saw time in the shutout wins at UNC Asheville and against Presbyterian College ... Also logged minutes in the win over No.6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the Big South Conference tournament ... Played a seasonhigh 81 minutes in the loss to No. 2 Coastal Carolina in the semi-finals of the 2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship tournament. High School/Club: Three-year letterwinner at Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville, S.C. ... Was selected as the head captain his senior season ... Helped his team earn its best season record since 2007 as a senior ... Made the 2010 Region 2-AAAA All-Region team as a senior and was also awarded the Hillcrest High School Varsity Boys Coaches Award ... Led the team to the first round of the state playoffs for the first time in over two years in 2010 ... Led the team to a 2-0 win over then No. 7 ranked Mauldin his senior year ... Started every single game in the defensive backfield as a junior and was named Defensive MVP ... Was also a member of CESA 91 Boys Challenge Club Team ... Played in 34 games over a two-year period ... Scored a goal in the team’s 3-2 finals win in the St. Francis Sports Medicine Soccer Classic ... Helped his team to finish runner-up in the SCYSA Fall 2008 U17 Boys State Cup Finals ... Helped his team qualify and represent the state of South Carolina at the Region 3 2009 Presidents Cup Regional Tournament ... Was a SCYSA Publix Fall 2008 U17 Boys Presidents Medal Cup Runner-Up. Personal: Born Jonathan Alexander Arango on July 11, 1992 in Greenville, South Carolina ... Son of Luis and Silvia Arango ... Has three siblings ... Majoring in Environmental Science.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES JONAS NADER So. * 6-1 * 175 lbs * Defender * Monroe, N.C.

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2010 (at Catawba): Started and played in 17 matches as a true freshman at Catawba ... Posted three shots, putting all three on goal for the year ... Helped lead the Indians to a 10-8-1 overall record ... Part of a defensive unit that had four shutouts on the year. High School/Club: Attended and lettered at Piedmont High School for head coach Bryan Patrick ... Was a three-time All-Conference selection ... Named the Conference Player of the Year his senior season ... A two-time All-County selection and a two-time All-Region Team pick ... Named the Team MVP three times ... Totaled 35 goals and 51 assists during his four-year career at Piedmont ... Scored 22 goals during his senior year ... Was also a member of the FCCA Red and the Greensboro Academy club teams ... Totaled 27 goals and 33 assists over four years in club team play ... Made it to the National Academy Showcase Finals Week when playing for the Greensboro Academy ... A North Carolina Scholar-Athlete award winner. Personal: Born Jonas Christian Nader on March 22, 1992 in Monroe, N.C. ... Son of Fred and Lynn Nader ... Has thee older brothers and one younger sister ... Older brother Oatie is a member of the men’s soccer team at Catawba College ... Has not yet declared a major.

GERARDO MARTINEZ So. * 5-7 * 195 lbs * Midfielder * Forest City, N.C.

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High School/Club: Lettered at nearby Chase High School ... Won the Coaches’ Award as a senior ... Also a member of the Rutherford Rumble coached by Richie Barckley ... Scored 21 goals in his first year with the Rumble ... Helped to lead his time to become the Nike Cup Runner-Up in Augusta, Georgia. Personal: Born Gerardo Bertino Martinez on January 30, 1992 in Forest City, N.C. ... Son of Jose Martinez ... Has three sisters ... Intends to major in Political Science.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES MATT BOGART Fr. * 6-2 * 200 lbs * Defender * London, Ontario, Canada

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High School/Club: Was a multi-sport letterwinner at A.B. Lucas Secondary School ... Lettered for head coach Mike Woodruff ... Was named the Team MVP twice ... Was a SPECTRA Award winner ... Tabbed the Junior Athlete of the Year his junior season ... Helped lead his team to the Ontario Provincial as a junior ... A member of the Ontario Provincial Champions as a freshman ... Was the Football Team’s MVP as a senior ... Named the Jr. Boys Basketball MVP as a sophomore ... Was on the Honor Roll all four years ... Also a member of the FC London club team under head coaches Rob Perreira and Les Johns ... Helped to guide his club team to a 2011 League Championship. Personal: Born Matthew Bogart on May 30, 1993 in London, Ontario, Canada ... Son of David and Julie Bogart ... Has one younger brother named Eric ... Intends to major in Athletic Training.

ERNESTO GAITA Fr. * 6-0 * 175 lbs * Forward * Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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High School/Club: Was a four-year letterwinner at Chaminade College under head coach Richard Surbek ... Was a four-time Team MVP ... Was also a four-time Team Captain ... Also a member of the Dixie Supernova club team coached by Tony Ronca ... Helped to guide his team to become Disney Cup Finalists, Group Winners in the CASL and OYSL Champions in 2010-11. Personal: Born Ernesto Antonio Gaita on June 6, 1993 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... Son of Francesco and Diana Gaita ... Has one older sister named Anna Maria ... Has not yet declared a major.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES ERIC YEAGER Fr. * 6-1 * 195 lbs * Defender * Noblesville, Ind.

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High School/Club: A four-year letterwinner at Cathedral High School under head coach Paul Schroeder ... A three-year starter on the defensive side of the field ... Named to the All-City First-Team and the All-Academic Team as a senior ... Helped to guide his team to the IHSAA State Championship game his senior season, finishing runner-up ... Also played for the IPSC club team and head coach Geoff Rainbolt ... Helped to lead his team to become 2010 State Semi-Finalist - Carmel United ... Was also on and played for the 2009 USSF Developmental Academy Team ... Was on the High Honor/Honor Roll for all four years. Personal: Born Eric Yeager on October 6, 1992 in Winfield, Illinois ... Son of Scott and Lisa Yeager ... Has one older sister named Michelle ... Has not yet declared a major.

KEVIN COMVALIUS Fr. * 5-10 * 160 lbs * Midfielder * Greensboro, N.C.

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High School/Club: Lettered at Southern Guilford High School in Greensboro, N.C. under head coach Jodi Deaton ... A four-time AllConference selection ... A two-time Team MVP ... Was the Runner-Up Player of the Year and the Attacking Player of the Year as a junior ... Was also named as an All-Area Team Honorable Mention his junior season ... Totaled 50 goals and 14 assists in his final three years ... Posted 19 goals as a senior and 21 goals as a junior ... Also a member of the PTFC 92 Black club team for head coach Scott Reitnour. Personal: Born Kevin Denzel Comvalius on June 19, 1993 in Syracuse, New York ... Son of Imro Comvalius and Darlene Knight ... Intends to major in International Business.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES DENZEL CLARKE Fr. * 6-2 * 180 lbs * Forward * Montego Bay, Jamaica

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High School/Club: Was a four-year letterwinner at Greater Atlanta Christian School under head coach Thom Jacquet ... Was named the I-4A Georgia Player of the Year ... Was a two-time All-County Player ... Helped lead his team to two Regional Championships, one as a senior and one as a sophomore ... Was a vital component in helping his team finish as the State Final Runner-Up in his senior year ... Helped his team to a State Finals Championship as a sophomore ... Recorded a total of 72 career goals and 19 assists over his four-year high school career ... Posted 43 goals his senior season ...Was also a member of the Alpharetta Ambush club team for head coach Kerem Daser ... Tallied 20 goals for the Ambush his senior year. Personal: Born Denzel Clarke on May 7, 1993 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Son of Rupert and Rosemarie Clarke ... Has two older siblings ... Intends to major in International Business.

RILEY SHELTON Fr. * 6-0 * 165 lbs * Midfielder * Madison, N.C.

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High School/Club: Lettered at Dalton L. McMichael High School in Madison, N.C. ... Played for head coach Mary Shelton ... Was a two-time All-Conference selection, earning a spot on the all-conference team as both a junior and senior ... Also lettered in baseball for four-years ... Also a member of the MYSA Inferno club team and head coach Chauncey Brummel ... Was selected for the Triangle Untied Friendlies All-Star Game ... A Scholar-Athlete Award winner for both soccer and baseball. Personal: Born Riley Alexander Shelton on April 27, 1993 in Greensboro, N.C. ... Son of Dempsey and Mary Shelton ... Has five siblings ... Intends to major in Athletic Training.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES TREY LEWIS Fr. * 6-2 * 160 lbs * Forward * Hickory, N.C.

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High School/Club: Was a four-year letterwinner at St. Stephens High School in Hickory, N.C. under head coach Chuck Davis and head coach Chris Nelson ... Was named the Most Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Tabbed the Team MVP as a freshman ...Was also a member of the CVYSA Blast Blue Premier club team under head coach Gary Higgins ... Received Academic-Excellence award recognition as both a junior and sophomore. Personal: Born David Sheridan Lewis III on March 31, 1993 in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of David and Stephanie Lewis ... Has one younger brother ... Intends to major in Biology.

MATTHEW TREMBLAY Fr. * 6-0 * 200 lbs * Defender * Jacksonville, Fla.

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High School/Club: Was a four-year letterwinner at Creekside High School under head coach David Gully ... Named to the Northeast Florida All-Star Team as a senior ... A three-time All-County Team selection and a three-time Team MVP ... Also a three-time Team Captain ... Led his team to its first-ever State Playoffs his senior year ... Totaled 36 goals in his final three years at Creekside H.S. ... Posted 15 goals as a junior and 14 goals his sophomore season ... Also a member of the Jacksonville United club team for head coach Pat Cannon ... Helped lead his team to become 2008 JYS Soccer Club U-16 State Finalist and 2010 U-18 Disney Qualifier Champions. Personal: Born Matthew Andrew Tremblay on August 23, 1992 in Memphis, Tenn. ... Son of Paul and Patricia Tremblay ... Older sister Megan is on the Gardner-Webb women’s soccer team ... Intends to major in Chemistry.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES JALEN GATHERS Fr. * 5-9 * 150 lbs * Midfielder * Charlotte, N.C.

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High School/Club: Was a letterwinner at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte, N.C. under head coach Jeff Mercado ... Named to the AllRegion Team as a senior ... Recorded 19 goals and 17 assists over his junior and senior years ... Also played for the Charlotte Soccer Academy club team and head coach Jim Finnerty ... Helped his team to the Final Four four-years in a row ... Also part of the club teams that were 2008 adidas Cup Champions, 2009 Disney Showcase Champions, 2009 Julian Brown Cup Finalist and four-time State Cup Finalist from 2006-10. Personal: Born Jalen Gathers on August 24, 1993 in Mount Pleasant, S.C. ... Son of Sheldon and Regina Gathers ... Has one younger sister named Jazmin ... Intends to major in Finance and minor in Music Production.

ETHAN SENGER Fr. * 5-8 * 175 lbs * Midfielder * Vancouver, B.C., Canada

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High School/Club: Lettered at Kitsilano Secondary in Vancouver, British Columbia under head coach Andrew Dunn ... Was a two-time Team Captain ... Was a two-time winner of the Outstanding Student-Athlete Recognition Award ... Won First-Team Athletic Honors as a sophomore ... Totaled 30 goals and 24 assists over four-years at Kitsilano Secondary ... Also a member of the Surrey Lobbans club team for head coach Randy Samuels ... Named the Patrice Sarrazin Award winner for the Most Outstanding Athlete in the District his junior year ... A two-time Club Team Captain ... Was tabbed the U-16 Metro League Most Valuable Player as a sophomore ... Recorded 15 goals in three-plus years in club team play ... A key player on the U-15 Coastal Cup Championship Team and the U-16 Coastal Cup Second-Place Team ... Helped to lead his Provincial Team to a third-place finish at the U-14 Nationals and to a fourth-place finish at the U-16 Nationals ... A four-year member of the Honor Roll ... Awarded the Ronale Naidu Soccer Scholarship his senior year. Personal: Born Ethan Senger on January 17, 1993 in Chicago, Illinois ... Son of Christof and Tina Senger ... Has two siblings, Ian and Hans ... Intends to major in Business Administration.

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2011 COACHING STAFF TONY SETZER

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HEAD COACH TONY SETZER TONY SETZER HEAD COACH * 24TH SEASON Head Men’s Soccer Coach Tony Setzer, one of the pillars of Gardner-Webb’s men’s soccer program during his career in Boiling Springs, is entering his 24th season as the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ head coach. The Runnin’ Bulldogs’ career victories leader with 164, Setzer, the face of GWU Men’s Soccer, has spent his entire 23-year collegiate career as a head coach in Boiling Springs, N.C. and has spearheaded the growth of soccer at Gardner-Webb University and throughout Cleveland County. Setzer has been vital in the Runnin’ Bulldogs success over three transitions, as GWU transitioned to the NCAA Division I in 200001, moved into the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2002-03 and then most recently moved into the Big South Conference in 2008-09. In 2010, the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs posted eight wins, five of which came in conference play, and advanced to the semifinals of the Big South Conference Championship tournament. The Runnin’ Bulldogs’ posted seven shutouts on the year en route to winning eight matches, tying 2009’s win total as the most wins since winning nine in 2006 when the Runnin’ Bulldogs won the Atlantic Sun Championship. GWU had four players earn all-conference recognition in 2010, as redshirt-sophomore defender Jon Ole Reinhardsen was named to the all-conference first-team, while senior Romeo Kabanda and freshman Nicolas Wrobel were both named to the second-team. Wrobel was also joined by fellow freshman Chris Davis on the Big South All-Freshman Team, while Kabanda was awarded for his work in the classroom with a spot on the Big South All-Academic Team. The 2009 men’s soccer season was one of both highs and lows and up and downs for Setzer and his squad en route to the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 8-6-3 overall record and 4-3-1 Big South Conference record. Gardner-Webb’s highs included the retiring of the No. 16 of Jordan Traylor and its first ever win over an ACC school in 17 tries, a 1-0 win over Clemson to kick off the 2009 season. The Runnin’ Bulldogs also had wins over Jacksonville and Liberty, both of which were only the second ever wins over those two teams in the program’s history. The Runnin’ Bulldogs tallied nine more goals in 2009 than the season before and tallied 17 more assists in the process to finishing the year with its first winning season since 2006. Coach Setzer had a total of six players earn Big South All-Conference honors, as redshirt-senior Gerard Hefferon and redshirtfreshman Jovan Ivanovich were both named First-Team All-Conference. Junior Romeo Kabanda and redshirt-freshman Jon Ole Reinhardsen were both named to the Second-Team, while freshman John Sargent was named to the All-Freshman Team. Junior goalkeeper Trent Kozman was not only named to the All-Academic Team, but he was also named the 2009 Big South Men’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In the Runnin’ Bulldogs first year in the Big South Conference in 2008, GWU finished third overall with a 5-3-0-conference record. Overall the Runnin’ Bulldogs finished the season at 6-12-0, as again Setzer put together a tough slate, which included 11 road games, two of which came against ACC powerhouses Clemson and N.C. State. In 2007, the Runnin’ Bulldogs suffered a down year picking up only three wins on the season. However, Coach Setzer’s squad, which consisted of only three seniors and was comprised of mostly newcomers, was coming of a championship season in 2006 and found themselves the hunted rather than the hunters. Adding to the pressure for the Runnin’ Bulldogs was the fact that it was its last season in the Atlantic Sun, which put an even larger target on the back of GWU in conference play. Setzer’s team had a superb season in 2006, reeling off a 5-1-1 A-Sun record and earning the No. 2 spot at the conference championship tournament. Playing at Stetson University, his squad downed the host squad by a 2-1 score in the championship game, earning the school’s first-ever bid to the NCAA Championship Tournament. Playing at UAB in the opening round, the Runnin’ Bulldogs scored a 1-1 tie and moved on to the second round due to a 3-1 margin in penalty kicks after the two teams’ played two scoreless overtime periods. GWU fell by a 3-1 count to No. 9 Clemson in the second round, spoiling the team’s hope for a third-round match, and ending the Runnin’ Bulldogs stellar season. A total of six Runnin’ Bulldogs were honored by receiving A-Sun post-season awards and all-conference recognition at the conclusion of the season, including Setzer, who is not one for personal goals, being named the A-Sun Coach of the Year prior to the conference championship. Under his direction, Tyler Kettering garnered more saves than anyone to ever play at GWU and in A-Sun history. After his collegiate days came to an end after the 2006 season, Kettering signed a professional contract to man the net for the Wilmington Hammerheads. Setzer’s 2005 Runnin’ Bulldogs’ squad put together a solid season as they finished 9-7-2 overall and improved their record by five games from the previous season. GWU started out the 2005 season 4-0-2 before suffering a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to the nationally ranked No. 17 Clemson Tigers. However, GWU would score their first ever victories over East Carolina, Appalachian State, Winthrop, and Florida Atlantic. The Runnin’ Bulldogs jumped into the top-10 regionally for the first time since moving to the Division I level, as

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HEAD COACH TONY SETZER Setzer’s 2005 squad was once ranked as high as eighth in the NSCAA/adidas South Region poll. Under Setzer in 2005, the Runnin’ Bulldogs had two individuals receive All-Conference honors, as senior Loren McLean was named Second Team All-Atlantic Sun Conference and rookie Dirk Dittrich earned a spot on the All-Freshmen Team. Setzer’s 2004 team had several solid outings during a 4-15-0 campaign, seeing several near misses go in favor of the opposition. A total of seven matches were lost by just one goal, and three more close calls were lost, 2-0, by the Runnin’ Bulldogs. Perhaps the team’s most impressive effort came at No. 15 South Carolina as GWU got goals from Brian Wentzel and Darnell Caroll to lead the Gamecocks, only to see a late rally result in a 3-2 comeback win for the nationally-ranked foe. With Setzer’s guidance in 2004, keeper Tyler Kettering earned second-team All-Atlantic Sun Conference honors while recording a career-best 134 saves and a solid 1.93 goals against average. In 2003, Setzer’s bunch forged a 10-9 record and just missed qualifying for the A-Sun Championship by just one game in the A-Sun League standings. Setzer guided GWU to an incredible recovery from a winless 2002 season, and with an 8.5-game improvement in 2003, notched the nation’s largest turnaround for wins. Setzer also directed the Runnin’ Bulldogs to the fifth 10-win season in school history, and the first at the NCAA Division I level. GWU was a serious contender every time it took the field in 2003, knocking off Georgia State, then the No. 7 team in the region, at home, and playing eventual A-Sun champion UCF to a 2-1 loss in overtime. The Runnin’ Bulldogs also put a scare into national No. 5 Wake Forest in October, 2003, forging a 1-1 tie for most of the first half before eventually falling 6-1. The 2003 season marked the first time that Gardner-Webb placed players on the A-Sun All-Conference Team, with Sergio Lozano and Carlitos Ramirez both earning second-team honors. Rookie Tyler Kettering also took home postseason league honors, landing a spot on the All-Freshmen Team. Senior Todd Ulrich was GWU’s President’s Senior Athletic Program Achievement Award winner, and was a first-team Academic All-District III and third-team Academic All-American performer in the classroom. Gardner-Webb also put seven players on the A-Sun All-Academic Team. Tough schedules are nothing new to Setzer or his team, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs are noted for refusing to shy away from challenges. Over the past nine seasons, Gardner-Webb has played seven games against opponents ranked in the top-15 nationally, including topranked Wake Forest in 2002. Success is no stranger to Setzer either. In 1998, at the Division II level, Setzer directed the Runnin’ Bulldogs to their first national top-25 ranking, as GWU reached as high as No. 21 in the Division II poll behind a balanced attack and strong defense. He has coached the top goalkeeper and three scorers in Gardner-Webb history, both single-season and career, and has tutored an impressive 16 AllAmericans during his tenure - including 11 Academic All-Americans. Former Gardner-Webb star forward Jerome Lee Yaw, the school’s career leader in goals and total points, became the first studentathlete in Gardner-Webb University’s history to be named First-Team All-American and Academic All-American in the same season (1996). During Gardner-Webb’s time in the South Atlantic Conference, Setzer developed 28 All-Conference performers and five All-South Region choices. GWU Hall of Fame member Dennis Puckerin was honored as SAC Player of the Year in 1990, while Lee Yaw earned that honor in 1995. Two players, Vince Bueno (1996) and Jurgen Wagner (1998) were named SAC Freshman of the Year under Setzer. Edwin Odugba (1994 and 1995) and Lee Yaw were both named South Atlantic Conference First Union Scholar Athlete of the Year during their careers, also earning All-Conference honors during those seasons. Odugba also earned the SAC President’s Award in 1994 and 1995 as the league’s top male student-athlete, making him the only Gardner-Webb performer, in any sport, to earn the honor twice. Prior to joining the Gardner-Webb family, Setzer served as an assistant coach at The Citadel under Bill Barfield. Setzer earned his Master’s degree from The Citadel in 1988. A 1986 graduate of Lander (S.C.) University, Setzer was a standout goalkeeper for the annually powerful Senators and enjoyed a brief professional playing career with the Columbus Capitals of the APISL before heading to The Citadel. Setzer, who holds a USSF “A” License, is also the founder of the Runnin’ Bulldog Soccer Academy, and has been a driving force in the youth soccer movement in Cleveland County and, specifically, in Boiling Springs with the Greater Cleveland County Soccer Association. On most Saturdays, thousands of youth soccer players descend on Gardner-Webb University’s campus to compete in league and tournament matches. Setzer is married to the former Kristen Lott, a four-time AllConference selection for the Gardner-Webb women’s program in the mid-1990s, and the program’s leader in goals with 49 and second leading career scorer with 113 points. The couple resides in Boiling Springs and has four daughters. Madison Faye will be eight years old on Nov. 20. On March 20, 2007, the couple gave birth to triplets - Sydney Dianne, Morgan Jeanette and Cadence McRee.

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COACHING STAFF TYLER KETTERING ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH * 3RD SEASON

Former GWU standout and career saves leader Tyler Kettering is entering his third year as the Associate Head Coach for the GardnerWebb men’s soccer program. Kettering, who served as an assistant coach in 2007, serves as the recruiting coordinator and contact for the Runnin’ Bulldogs men’s soccer program, as well as running day-to-day team operations along with developing and implementing practice sessions and overseeing the goalkeeper training throughout the season. In only his second season in charge of the goalkeepers in 2010, Kettering helped tutor first-year GWU player and junior transfer Adam Garcia to eight wins overall in the net for the Runnin’ Bulldogs. Garcia posted seven shutouts, which ranks second for shutouts in a singleseason and fourth all-time in career shutouts at GWU. Garcia, who recorded 72 saves on the season, posted a 1.54 goals against average, which also ranks fourth for keepers’ in GWU’s single-season history. Garcia’s 72 saves is the most by a Runnin’ Bulldog goalkeeper since Kettering himself tallied 116 saves in 2006. Overall, GWU’s goalkeepers allowed only 30 goals in 2010, posted a 1.58 goals against average and a saves percentage of .722 en route to eight wins and a run to the semi-finals of the Big South Conference Championship tournament. In 2009, the Runnin’ Bulldogs posted an 8-6-3 overall record and a 4-3-1. GWU posted three shutouts, including a 1-0 win over Clemson in the season opener. GWU’s goalkeepers allowed only 31 goals on the season, posted a 1.75 goals against average and a 66.3 saves percentage. Starting keeper Trent Kozman led the Runnin’ Bulldogs with 53 saves on the season. Kettering, who manned the goal for the Runnin’ Bulldogs from 2003-06, was a two-time Atlantic Sun All-Conference selection and earned a spot on the 2003 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshmen Team. Kettering, who hails from Xenia, Ohio, was a three-time Atlantic Sun Conference Defensive Player of the Week recipient and led the Runnin’ Bulldogs in saves all four seasons he played at GWU. Kettering, who holds both the Atlantic Sun Conference and the GWU records in career saves with 446, led the nation in saves in both 2004 and 2006. Kettering is also second in the GWU career record books with 15 career shutouts, second in single-season shutouts with six in 2006, third in single-season goals against average with an average of 1.25 in 2005 and fourth in single season saves with 134. After his playing days at Gardner-Webb, Kettering went on to play professionally with both the Wilmington Hammerheads (2006-07) and the Chicago Fire of the MLS (2008-09). Kettering was married to the former Ali Labig on December 29, 2007. The couple resides in Boiling Springs with their son Logan, who is two-years old, and daughter Karis, who was born on July 28th.

BRADLEY MORRISON GRAD. ASSISTANT COACH * 3RD SEASON

DAVE ROBB GRAD. ASSISTANT COACH * 1ST SEASON

JESSE RODRIGUEZ STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH

DENNIS PUCKERIN VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

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2010 SEASON IN REVIEW

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2010 SEASON STATISTICS Overall: 8-11

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Conference: 5-3 G 10 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 30

Home: 5-4

## Name 21 Nicolas Wrobel 10 Chris Davis 7 Romeo Kabanda 27 Stephen Maxwell 4 Jon Ole Reinhardsen 5 Richard Wall 20 John Sargent 6 Marius Hammersmark 23 Jonathan Arango 9 Guy Mbanyamsig 26 Matthew Cardin 25 Jordan Day 3 Ian Hartfield 19 Brice Nardozzi 17 Taylor Jordan 14 Chijioke Akujuobi 0 Adam Garcia 32 Jaap Elekan 2 Austin O’Connor 12 Kevin Nolan 11 Eric Asanin-Miroux 35 Patrick Colgan 24 Eliel Delphonse 35 Eric Bowen 30 Satoshi Tatsumi 8 Adam Augruso GARDNER-WEBB OPPONENTS

GP-GS 19-18 16-16 19-19 19-12 19-19 18-7 18-18 18-18 7-2 17-10 2-0 13-8 16-12 5-0 4-3 17-2 19-19 2-0 3-0 12-6 1-0 3-0 13-1 3-0 14-0 19-19 19 19

A 3 2 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 26

Pts 23 12 13 5 4 4 2 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 86

## Name 0 Adam Garcia 13 Andrew Robinson 32 Jaap Elekan TEAM GARDNER-WEBB OPPONENTS

GP-GS 19-18 1-0 1-0 19 19

GOALS BY PERIOD Gardner-Webb Opponents

1st 11 14

2nd 16 14

OT 0 2

OT2 0 0

Total 27 30

SHOTS BY PERIOD Gardner-Webb Opponents

1st 119 127

2nd 155 124

OT 0 4

OT2 0 0

Total 274 255

SAVES BY PERIOD Gardner-Webb Opponents

1st 39 41

2nd 38 48

OT 1 0

OT2 0 0

Total 78 89

FOULS BY PERIOD Gardner-Webb Opponents

1st 115 107

2nd 138 104

OT 0 1

OT2 0 0

Total 253 212

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Gardner-Webb Opponents

1st 62 58

2nd 61 40

OT 0 0

OT2 0 0

Total 123 98

Minutes 1640:40 45:00 26:56 1712:36 1712:36

Sh 30 44 54 23 23 9 35 24 0 8 0 3 1 1 5 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 5 274 255 GA 28 1 1 30 27

Away: 2-5 Shot% .333 .114 .074 .087 .087 .111 .029 .042 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .099 .118 Avg 1.54 2.00 3.34 1.58 1.42

SOG 19 23 21 7 11 4 11 8 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 116 108 Saves 72 0 1 5 78 89

Neutral: 0-2

SOG% .633 .523 .389 .304 .478 .444 .314 .333 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .200 .500 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .600 .423 .424

YC-RC 1-0 4-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 7-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 25-2 26-1

Pct .720 .000 .500 1.000 .722 .767

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GW 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 11

PK-ATT 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 1-1 T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sho 7 0 0 0 7 4


2010 SEASON RESULTS OVERALL: 8-11

CONFERENCE: 5-3

Score

Overall

NEUTRAL: 1-2

GEORGIA STATE MERCER

L (OT) W

1-2 3-0

0-1 1-1

0-0 0-0

135 205

10 12 15 18 21 25 29

vs. Lipscomb at Belmont USC UPSTATE DAVIDSON at Appalachian State at High Point * at UNC Asheville *

L L W L (OT) L L W

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

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1

112 156 198 198 257 627 241

at Clemson VMI *

L W

0-5 2-0

3-7 4-7

1-1 2-1

871 204

16 19

COASTAL CAROLINA * at Liberty *

L W

1-2 2-0

4-8 5-8

2-2 3-2

135 322

22 28

UNC GREENSBORO at Winthrop *

L L

1-4 1-2

5-9 5-10

3-2 3-3

257 205

PRESBYTERIAN *

W

3-0

6-10

4-3

91

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RADFORD *

W

4-1

7-10

5-3

175

11

vs. Winthrop ^

W

2-0

8-10

5-3

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12

vs. Coastal Carolina ^

L

0-1

8-11

5-3

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W/L/T

AWAY: 2-5

Date SEPT. 1 3

OCT. 5 9

Opponent

HOME: 5-4

Conference

OVERTIME: 0-2

Attend Goals scored (assists) Wrobel (Kabanda) Wrobel (penalty kick) Wrobel Hammersmark (Day) Reinhardsen (Day) Davis (Garcia) Kabanda (Mbanyamsig) --Davis (Day) --Kabanda (Wrobel) Wrobel (Kabanda) Sargent (Mbanyamsig)

--Wrobel (Kabanda, Davis) Kabanda (Wrobel) Wrobel (Kabanda) Reinhardsen Kabanda Maxwell (Akujuobi) TEAM

Wrobel (Wall) Wall Davis (Maxwell) Maxwell Davis (Wrobel) Wrobel (penalty kick) Wrobel (Kabanda) Davis (Wall) Wrobel (Davis)

HOME GAMES IN ALL BOLD/CAPS * Big South Conference matches ^ Big South Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament matches

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2010 BIG SOUTH REVIEW FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS Team High Point * Coastal Carolina ^ Gardner-Webb Liberty Radford Winthrop VMI UNC Asheville Presbyterian

W 8 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 0

* - Regular Season Champion

L 0 2 3 3 3 5 5 6 8

Big South T PTS 0 24 1 16 0 15 0 15 1 13 0 9 0 9 0 6 0 0

PCT 1.000 .688 .625 .625 .562 .375 .375 .250 .000

W 16 12 8 10 7 5 3 4 2

TEAM STATISTICS Overall L T PCT 4 1 .786 8 2 .619 11 0 .421 7 1 .583 9 3 .447 12 1 .306 12 2 .235 13 1 .250 13 1 .156

^ - Tournament Champion

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS LEADERS Goals ## Player-Team 1. Amoo, Darren - LIB Okiomah, Karo - HPU Okiomah, Fejiro - HPU 4. Wrobel, Nicolas - GWU Awosika, Iyiola - RAD 6. Sloan, Shawn - HPU 7. Malcolm, Shane - HPU 8. Ribeiro, Pedro - CCU 9. Shihata, Amir - VMI Davis, Chris - GWU Harding, Brian - VMI Anderson, Joe - CCU Assists ## Player-Team 1. Rojo, Scott - HPU 2. Sloan, Shawn - HPU 3. Aseweh, Phillip - LIB Sandtroen, K. - CCU 5. Harding, Brian - VMI Malcolm, Shane - HPU Portillo, Justin - CCU Faz, Luis - CCU 9. Holzinger, Connor - ASHE Payne, Anthony - RAD Kabanda, Romeo - GWU Points ## Player-Team 1. Amoo, Darren - LIB Okiomah, Fejiro - HPU 3. Okiomah, Karo - HPU 4. Rojo, Scott - HPU 5. Sloan, Shawn - HPU 6. Wrobel, Nicolas - GWU Awosika, Iyiola - RAD 8. Malcolm, Shane - HPU 9. Harding, Brian - VMI 10. Aseweh, Phillip - LIB

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GP 16 16 21 19 19 21 21 20 15 16 16 21 GP 20 21 18 21 16 21 21 22 18 19 19 GP 16 21 16 20 21 19 19 21 16 18

No. Avg/G 12 0.75 12 0.75 12 0.57 10 0.53 10 0.53 8 0.38 7 0.33 6 0.30 5 0.33 5 0.31 5 0.31 5 0.24 No. Avg/G 17 0.85 8 0.38 7 0.39 7 0.33 6 0.38 6 0.29 6 0.29 6 0.27 5 0.28 5 0.26 5 0.26 Pts. Avg/G 27 1.69 27 1.29 26 1.62 25 1.25 24 1.14 23 1.21 23 1.21 20 0.95 16 1.00 15 0.83

Saves ## Player-Team 1. Hurskainen, Lassi - ASHE 2. Sowell, Brian - VMI Angevine, Scott - CCU 4. Garcia, Adam - GWU 5. Chesler, Michael - HPU 6. Gilbert, Paul - LIB 7. Neal, James - PC 8. Dennis, Joey - RAD 9. Redmond, Williams - PC 10. Flato, Michael - WU

GP 18 16 22 19 21 17 9 13 8 7

No. Avg/G 96 5.33 76 4.75 76 3.45 72 3.79 61 2.90 49 2.88 46 5.11 43 3.31 38 4.75 37 5.29

Shutouts ## Player-Team 1. Chesler, Michael - HPU 2. Garcia, Adam - GWU Angevine, Scott - CCU 4. Gilbert, Paul - LIB 5. Sowell, Brian - VMI Hurskainen, Lassi - ASHE 7. Miranda, Enrique - WU Banfield, Tom - WU Dennis, Joey - RAD Taylor, Ryan - RAD Nhekairo, Panashe - LIB Neal, James - PC

GP 21 19 22 17 16 18 7 4 13 6 2 9

No. Sho/G 9 0.43 7 0.37 7 0.32 5 0.29 3 0.19 3 0.17 1 0.14 1 0.25 1 0.08 1 0.17 1 0.50 1 0.11

Goals Against Average ## Player-Team 1. Chesler, Michael - HPU 2. Gilbert, Paul - LIB 3. Angevine, Scott - CCU 4. Garcia, Adam - GWU 5. Hurskainen, Lassi - ASHE 6. Flato, Michael - WU 7. Miranda, Enrique - WU 8. Dennis, Joey - RAD 9. Sowell, Brian - VMI 10. Redmond, William - PC

GA Mins. 19 1923:24 17 1539:02 25 2078.37 28 1641:18 31 1669:24 12 585.45 13 614:56 27 1165:00 38 1488:00 14 526:31

GAA 0.89 0.99 1.08 1.54 1.67 1.84 1.90 2.09 2.30 2.39

Points ## Team 1. High Point 2. Liberty 3. Coastal Carolina 4. Radford 5. Gardner-Webb 6. Winthrop 7. VMI 8. Presbyterian 9. Asheville

GP 21 18 22 19 19 18 17 16 18

No. Avg/G 141 6.71 105 5.83 85 3.86 82 4.32 74 3.89 55 3.06 51 3.00 43 2.69 39 2.17

Goals Per Game ## Team 1. High Point 2. Liberty 3. Radford 4. Gardner-Webb 5. Coastal Carolina 6. Winthrop 7. VMI 8. Presbyterian 9. Asheville

GP 21 18 19 19 22 18 17 16 18

No. Avg/G 49 2.33 35 1.94 29 1.53 27 1.42 29 1.32 20 1.11 17 1.00 15 0.94 15 0.83

Assists Per Game ## Team 1. High Point 2. Liberty 3. Radford 4. Coastal Carolina 5. Gardner-Webb 6. VMI 7. Winthrop 8. Presbyterian 9. Asheville

GP 21 18 19 22 19 17 18 16 18

Pts. Avg/G 43 2.05 35 1.94 24 1.26 27 1.23 20 1.05 17 1.00 15 0.83 13 0.81 9 0.50

Saves ## Team 1. Presbyterian 2. Asheville 3. Winthrop 4. VMI 5. Gardner-Webb 6. Coastal Carolina 7. Radford 8. High Point 9. Liberty

GP 16 18 18 17 19 22 19 21 18

No. Avg/G 110 6.88 97 5.39 86 4.78 83 4.88 78 4.11 77 3.50 68 3.58 67 3.19 52 2.89

Goals Against Average ## Team 1. High Point 2. Liberty 3. Coastal Carolina 4. Gardner-Webb 5. Asheville 6. Radford 7. Winthrop 8. VMI 9. Presbyterian

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Mins. GAA 19:34.28 0.88 1648:00 0.93 2084:27 1.08 1713:14 1.58 1669:24 1.67 1688:24 1.92 1580:41 2.05 1578:00 2.28 1487:55 2.66


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GARDNER-WEBB YEARLY LEADERS POINTS SCORED Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name G A Points Per Albertsson .............................8 ...........1 .................17 Steve Petrenick ............................5 ...........1 .................11 Steve Petrenick ..........................12 ...........3 .................27 Dennis Puckerin .......................25 ...........5 .................55 Dennis Puckerin .......................15 ...........4 .................34 Brian Espinoza ............................8 ...........7 .................23 Lovett Quartey ..........................10 ...........3 .................23 Brian Espinoza ............................5 ...........5 .................15 Jerome Lee Yaw ...........................6 ...........3 .................15 Jerome Lee Yaw .........................17 .........10 .................44 Jerome Lee Yaw .........................20 ...........6 .................46 Jerome Lee Yaw .........................18 .........13 .................49 Vince Bueno ..............................10 ...........4 .................24 Jurgen Wagner...........................11 ...........4 .................26 Vince Bueno ..............................17 .........15 .................49 Darnell Carroll ............................7 ...........5 .................19 Brian Wentzel ............................11 ...........7 .................29 Carlos Ramirez............................6 ...........3 .................15 Sergio Lozano..............................4 .........14 .................22 Carlos Ramirez............................8 ...........6 .................22 Darnell Carroll ............................7 ...........3 .................17 Giampi Lapeschi .......................11 ...........4 .................26 Richard Godfrey .........................7 ...........6 .................20 Richard Godfrey .......................11 ...........1 .................23 Bradley Morrison........................8 ...........1 .................17 Gerard Hefferon ........................10 ...........8 .................28 Nicolas Wrobel ..........................10 ...........3 .................23

ASSISTS Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

2010

Name Assists unavailable ................................................................. N/A Jason Barnes ....................................................................4 Richard Jones ..................................................................9 Richard Jones ................................................................14 Richard Jones ..................................................................7 Richard Jones ................................................................10 Brian Espinoza ................................................................5 Edwin Odugba ..............................................................11 Edwin Odugba ..............................................................11 Jerome Lee Yaw .............................................................13 Jed Green .........................................................................5 Mark Austin ..................................................................12 Vince Bueno ..................................................................15 Justin Huitt ....................................................................15 Darnell Carroll ................................................................5 Darnell Carroll ................................................................9 Carlos Ramirez................................................................3 Sergio Lozano................................................................14 Darnell Carroll ................................................................3 Brian Wentzel ..................................................................3 Brian Young .....................................................................3 Giampi Lapeschi .............................................................4 Carlos Ramirez................................................................4 Boris Gatzky ....................................................................8 Zach Burkett ....................................................................5 Matt Niescierowicz .........................................................3 Gerard Hefferon ..............................................................8 Romeo Kabanda..............................................................8 Romeo Kabanda..............................................................5

Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name Saves Dusty Hoyle .................................................................242 Jess Roberts..................................................................189 John Todaro ............................................................... N/A Greg Clark ................................................................. N/A Bobby Schlegel .......................................................... N/A John Todaro ...................................................................73 Brooks Derrick ..............................................................65 Brooks Derrick ..............................................................98 Brooks Derrick ..............................................................76 Brooks Derrick ............................................................123 Ryan Wallace .................................................................82 Ryan Wallace ...............................................................103 Ryan Wallace .................................................................95 Rio Oros .........................................................................72 Troy Steffen ....................................................................96 Rio Oros .......................................................................136 Tyler Kettering ............................................................114 Tyler Kettering ............................................................134 Tyler Kettering ..............................................................82 Tyler Kettering ............................................................116 Dane Geraci ...................................................................43 Dane Geraci ...................................................................67 Trent Kozman ...............................................................53 Adam Garcia .................................................................72

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

GOALS SCORED Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Name Goals Per Albertsson .................................................................8 Steve Petrenick ................................................................5 Steve Petrenick ..............................................................12 Dennis Puckerin ...........................................................25 Dennis Puckerin ...........................................................15 Lovett Quartey ..............................................................10 Jerome Lee Yaw ...............................................................6 Jerome Lee Yaw .............................................................17 Jerome Lee Yaw .............................................................20 Jerome Lee Yaw .............................................................18 Vince Bueno ..................................................................10 Jurgen Wagner...............................................................11 Vince Bueno ..................................................................17 Darnell Carroll ................................................................7 Brian Wentzel ................................................................11 Carlos Ramirez................................................................6 Darnell Carroll ................................................................8 Carlos Ramirez................................................................8 Darnell Carroll ................................................................7 Giampi Lapeschi ...........................................................11 Richard Godfrey .............................................................7 Richard Godfrey ...........................................................11 Bradley Morrison............................................................8 Gerard Hefferon ............................................................10 Nicolas Wrobel ..............................................................10

GOALKEEPER SAVES

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SEASON RECORDS

Single-Match Points 1. Jerome Lee Yaw (Johnson & Wales Oct. 26, 1996)...............12 (4g, 4a) 2. Dennis Puckerin (@ Montreat Anderson, 1990) .................11 (4g, 3a) 3. Juan Martinez (Newberry, Oct. 28, 1999) ...............................9 (4g, 1a) 4. Jerome Lee Yaw (North Georgia, Oct. 15, 1995) ....................8 (4g, 0a) Jurgen Wagner (Morehouse, Aug. 25, 1998) ..........................8 (4g, 0a) Jed Green (Johnson & Wales, Oct. 26, 1996) .........................8 (3g, 2a)

Single-Season Points 1. Dennis Puckerin (1990) ........................................................................ 55 2. Vince Bueno (1999) ............................................................................... 49 Jerome Lee Yaw (1996).......................................................................... 49 4. Jerome Lee Yaw (1995) .......................................................................... 46 5. Jerome Lee Yaw (1994) .......................................................................... 44

Single-Match Goals 1. Jerome Lee Yaw (North Georgia, Oct. 15, 1995) ................................... 4 Jerome Lee Yaw (Johnson & Wales, Oct. 26, 1996) .............................. 4 Juan Martinez (Newberry, Oct. 28, 1999) ............................................. 4 Dennis Puckerin (@ Montreat Anderson, Oct. 3, 1990) ..................... 4 Jurgen Wagner (Morehouse, Aug. 25, 1998) ......................................... 4 Single-Match Assists 1. Jerome Lee Yaw (Johnson & Wales Oct. 26, 1996)............................... 4 2. Mark Austin (@ Anderson, Sept. 10, 1999).......................................... 3 Vince Bueno (@ Carson-Newman, Sept. 29, 1999) ............................ 3 Vince Bueno (Lenoir-Rhyne, Nov. 4, 1999) ......................................... 3 Richard Jones (North Georgia, Sept. 22, 1999) ................................... 3 Jerome Lee Yaw (@ Elon, Sept. 9, 1996) ............................................... 3 Dennis Puckerin (@ Montreat Anderson, Oct. 3, 1990) .................... 3 Carlos Ramirez (@ Campbell, Oct. 25, 2003) ...................................... 3

CAREER RECORDS Career Points 1. Jerome Lee Yaw (1993-96)................................................................... 154 2. Vince Bueno (1996-99) ........................................................................ 145 3. Richard Jones (1989-92) ...................................................................... 108 4. Dennis Puckerin (1990-91) ................................................................... 89 Career Goals 1. Jerome Lee Yaw (1993-96)..................................................................... 61 2. Vince Bueno (1996-99) .......................................................................... 52 3. Dennis Puckerin (1990-91) ................................................................... 40 4. Darnell Carroll (2000-04) ..................................................................... 30 Richard Jones (1989-92) ........................................................................ 30 Career Assists 1. Richard Jones (1989-92) ........................................................................ 48 2. Vince Bueno (1996-99) .......................................................................... 41 3. Jerome Lee Yaw (1993-96)..................................................................... 32 4. Mark Austin (1997-99) .......................................................................... 26 Career Goals Against Average (Min. 1,000 minutes) 1. Brooks Derrick (1993-96) .................................................................. 1.43 2. Adam Garcia (2010) ............................................................................ 1.54 3. Ryan Wallace (1997-99) ...................................................................... 1.64 4. Greg Clark (1990) ................................................................................ 1.71 5. Tyler Kettering (2003-06) ................................................................... 1.73

Single-Season Goals 1. Dennis Puckerin (1990) ........................................................................ 25 2. Jerome Lee Yaw (1995) .......................................................................... 20 3. Jerome Lee Yaw (1996) .......................................................................... 18 4. Vince Bueno (1999) ............................................................................... 17 Jerome Lee Yaw (1994).......................................................................... 17 Single-Season Assists 1. Vince Bueno (1999) ............................................................................... 15 Justin Huitt (1999) ................................................................................. 15 3. Richard Jones (1990) .............................................................................. 14 Sergio Lozano (2003) ............................................................................ 14 5. Jerome Lee Yaw (1996) .......................................................................... 13 Single-Season Goals Against (Min. 800 minutes) 1. Brooks Derrick (1995) ........................................................................ 0.59 2. Ryan Wallace (1998) ........................................................................... 1.15 3. Tyler Kettering (2005)......................................................................... 1.25 4. Tyler Kettering (2006)......................................................................... 1.37 5. Adam Garcia (2010) ............................................................................ 1.54 Single-Season Saves 1. Dusty Hoyle (1987) .............................................................................. 242 2. Jess Roberts (1988) ............................................................................... 189 3. Rio Oros (2002) .................................................................................... 136 4. Tyler Kettering (2004).......................................................................... 134 5. Brooks Derrick (1996) ......................................................................... 123 Single-Season Shutouts 1. Brooks Derrick (1995) ........................................................................ 10.0 2. Adam Garcia (2010) .............................................................................. 7.0 3. Greg Clark (1990) .................................................................................. 6.0 Tyler Kettering (2006) .......................................................................... 6.0 5. Ryan Wallace (1998)............................................................................. 4.5

TYLER KETTERING

Career Saves 1. Tyler Kettering (2003-06) .................................................................... 446 2. Brooks Derrick (1993-96) ................................................................... 362 3. Ryan Wallace (1997-99) ....................................................................... 280 4. Dusty Hoyle (1987) .............................................................................. 242 Career Shutouts 1. Brooks Derrick (1993-96) .................................................................. 18.0 2. Tyler Kettering (2003-06) ................................................................... 15.0 3. Ryan Wallace (1997-99) ........................................................................ 8.5 4. Adam Garcia (2010) .............................................................................. 7.0 5. Greg Clark (1990) .................................................................................. 6.0

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GARDNER-WEBB AWARDS & HONORS ALL-AMERICAN National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) All-America: 2001 Tommy Boynton - 2000 Juan Martinez NCAA Division II: 1996 First Team Jerome Lee Yaw - 1995 Second Team Jerome Lee Yaw NAIA All-America: 1990 Third Team Dennis Puckerin

ALL-REGION All-South Atlantic Region (NSCAA): 2009 Second Team Jovan Ivanovich, Third Team Gerard Hefferon All-South Region: 2007 Third Team Richard Godfrey All-South Region (NCCAA): 2001 Tommy Boynton, Troy Steffen All-South Region: 1996 First Team Jerome Lee Yaw, 1995 First Team Jerome Lee Yaw, 1990 First Team Dennis Puckerin, Second Team Lennox Charles

ALL-STATE & ALL-DISTRICT North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA) All-State: 2003 Sergio Lozano, Carlos Ramirez NAIA All-District 26 (DII): 1990 Dennis Puckerin, Lennox Charles

CONFERENCE AWARDS Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year: 2006 Boris Gatzky Atlantic Sun Conference Coach of the Year: 2006 Tony Setzer South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year (DII): 1995 Jerome Lee Yaw - 1990 Dennis Puckerin South Atlantic Conference Freshman of the Year (DII): 1998 Jurgen Wagner - 1996 Vince Bueno South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year (DII): 1990 Tony Setzer South Atlantic Conference President’s Award (Best Male Athlete): 1995 Edwin Odugba - 1994 Edwin Odugba

JEROME LEE YAW

DENNIS PUCKERIN ALL-CONFERENCE All-Big South Conference: 2010 First Team Jon Ole Reinhardsen, Second Team Nicolas Wrobel, Romeo Kabanda - 2009 First Team Gerard Hefferon, Jovan Ivanovich, Second Team Romeo Kabanda, Jon Ole Reinhardsen - 2008 First Team Miguel Pinzon, Second Team Bradley Morrison, Eric Asanin-Miroux All-Atlantic Sun Conference: 2007 First Team Richard Godfrey - 2006 First Team Dirk Dittrich, Boris Gatzky, Ricahrd Godfrey, Second Team Tyler Kettering - 2005 Second Team Loren McLean - 2004 Second Team Tyler Kettering - 2003 Second Team Sergio Lozano, Carlos Ramirez All-South Atlantic Conference (DII): 1999 First Team Mark Austin, Vince Bueno, Colin Cox, Ryan Hayes - 1998 First Team Vince Bueno, Ryan Hayes, Second Team Jurgen Wagner - 1997 First Team Rodney Keith, Second Team Vince Bueno - 1996 First Team Jerome Lee Yaw, Vince Bueno - 1995 First Team Jerome Lee Yaw, Second Team Edwin Odugba - 1994 First Team Jerome Lee Yaw, Second Team Joe Gray 1993 First Team Brian Espinoza, Second Team Jerome Lee Yaw - 1992 Second Team Brian Espinoza, Richard Jones, Lovett Quartery - 1991 First Team Lennox Charles, Second Team Kat Richard Jones, Jorge Lopez, Dennis Puckerin - 1990 First Team Lennox Charles, Jorge Lopez, Dennis Puckerin, Second Team Richard Jones - 1989 Second Team Steve Petrenick, Efrain Tirado

ALL-FRESHMEN Big South Conference All-Freshmen Team: 2010 Nicolas Wrobel, Chris Davis - 2009 John Sargent Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshmen Team: 2006 Boris Gatzky 2005 Dirk Dittrich - 2004 Arik Lemmon - 2003 Tyler Kettering

CHAMPIONSHIPS ALL-TOURNAMENT Big South Men’s Soccer Championship All-Tournament Team: 2010 Romeo Kabanda, Jon Ole Reinhardsen - 2008 Bradley Morrison Atlantic Sun Conference Championship Tournament MVP: 2006 Dirk Dittrich Atlantic Sun Conference Championship All-Tournament Team: 2006 Dirk Dittrich, Carlton Hughes, Tyler Kettering, Jamie Miller, Chris Salvaggione South Atlantic Conference Championship All-Tournament Team (DII): 1995 Jerome Lee Yaw

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GARDNER-WEBB AWARDS & HONORS ALL-ACADEMIC AWARDS ESPN The Magazine (CoSIDA) Academic All-District III: 2003 First Team Todd Ulrich Academic All-America: 2003 CoSIDA Third Team Todd Ulrich - 1997 GTE CoSIDA Robert Daniel - 1996 Jerome Lee Yaw - 1995 Jerome Lee Yaw, Edwin Odugba - 1994 Edwin Odugba - 1993 Edwin Odugba, John Todaro, Mike Walker - 1992 John Todaro, Mike Walker NSCAA/adidas Scholar Athlete All-South: 2006 Third Team Dirk Dittrich - 2004 Honorable Mention Brian Young - 2003 Honorable Mention Todd Ulrich - 2002 Honorable Mention Todd Ulrich, Manny Trujillo Big South Scholar-Athete of the Year: 2009 Trent Kozman Big South All-Academic Team: 2010 Romeo Kabanda - 2009 Trent Kozman - 2008 Logan Swaim Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team: 2007 Eric Asanin-Miroux, Adam Augruso, Zach Burkett, Sam Dowell, Dane Geraci, Richard Godfrey, Jarrett Jackson, Trent Kozman, Matt Mollozzi, Miguel Pinzon, Ryan Snodgrass, Ben Stoddard, Logan Swaim, Jordan Traylor - 2006 J.J. Castillo, Dirk Dittrich, Cory Foster, Boris Gatzky, Dane Geraci, Richard Godfrey, Matt Mollozzi, Bradley Morrison, Ford Quarterman, Logan Swaim, Jordan Traylor - 2005 Jonathan Black, Dirk Dittrich, Tyler Kettering, Giampi Lapeschi, Chris Leible, Loren McLean, Matt Mollozzi, Bradley Morrison, Ford Quarterman, Drew Schaefering, Jordan Traylor, Brian Young - 2004 Matt Clement, Matt Mollozzi, Carlos Ramirez, Drew Schaefering, Brian Wentzel, Brian Young - 2003 Matt Bledsoe, Daniel Padgett, Eli Strait, Jordan Traylor, Manny Trujillo, Todd Ulrich, Brian Young - 2002 Matt Bledsoe, Adam Cullison, Rio Oros, Manny Trujillo, Brian Young South Atlantic Conference First Union Scholar Athlete Award: 1996 Jerome Lee Yaw - 1995 Edwin Odugba - 1994 Edwin Odugba

DANE GERACI

BRYAN YOUNG PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS College Soccer News National Team of the Week selection: Gerard Hefferon (Sept. 8, 2009) Big South Conference Player of the Week: Offensive - Nicolas Wrobel (Nov. 9, 2010), Gerard Hefferon (Sept. 9, 2009), Bradley Morrison (Oct. 14, 2008) Defensive - Jovan Ivonovich (Sept. 29, 2009) Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week: Offensive - Richard Godfrey (Oct. 9, 2006), Carlos Ramirez (Sept. 22, 2003), Brian Harris (Nov. 4, 2002) Defensive - Tyler Kettering (Sept. 11, 2006), Tyler Kettering (Sept. 12, 2005), Brian Young (Sept. 13, 2004), Todd Ulrich (Nov. 10, 2003), Eli Straight (Oct. 6, 2003), Tyler Kettering (Sept. 29, 2003) South Altantic Conference Player of the Week (DII): Jerome Lee Yaw (Oct. 16, 1995), Jerome Lee Yaw (Sept. 11, 1995), Dennis Puckerin (Sept. 10, 1990), Dennis Puckerin (Sept. 3, 1990)

GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY AWARDS President’s Senior Athletic Program Achievement Award: 2003-04 Todd Ulrich - 1999-2000 Vince Bueno - 1997-98 Robert Daniel - 199697 Jerome Lee Yaw - 1995-96 - Edwin Odugba

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GARDNER-WEBB MEN’S SOCCER HISTORY Most Consecutive ... Wins .....................................................................8 (Sept. 8, 1999-Oct. 2, 1999) Unbeaten.................................................. 8 (8-0-0, Sept. 8, 1999-Oct. 2, 1999) Losses .................................................................13 (Sept. 4, 1987-Oct. 8, 1987) Winless............................................. 22 (0-17-5, Nov. 17, 2001-Nov. 11, 2002) Home Wins ......................................................7 (Sept. 24, 1994-Sept. 3, 1995) Home unbeaten .................................... 7 (7-0-0, Sept. 24,1994-Sept. 3, 1995) ...................................................................................... 7 (5-0-2, Oct. 11, 1995-Sept. 25,1996) Home losses ...........................................................................9 (Sept. 2, 1988-Sept. 1, 1989) Home winless ..................................................10 (0-7-3, Oct. 12, 2001-Oct. 31, 2002) Road wins ...............................................................................6 (Sept. 8, 1999-Oct. 13, 1999) Road unbeaten ....................................................6 (6-0-0, Sept. 8, 1999-Oct. 13, 1999) Road losses ..........................................................................16 (Oct. 23, 1999-Nov. 2, 2000) Road winless................................................... 21 (0-20-1, Oct. 23, 1999-Sept. 7, 2001) Wins to open season............................................................................................4 (4-0-0, 1998) Losses to open season.....................................................................................................13 (1987) Winning Seasons.......................................................................................................... 2 (2009-10) ....................................................................................................................................................2 (2005-06) ................................................................................................................................................... 2 (1994-95) ................................................................................................................................................... 2 (1998-99) Losing Seasons................................................................................................................7 (1987-93) Games scoring at least one goal ..............................18 (Oct. 1, 1994-Sept. 30, 1995) Games without scoring .....................................4 (Oct. 3, 2002-Oct. 14, 2002) ........................................................................... 4 (Oct. 15, 2001-Oct. 31,2001) Games Shutting out opponent .......................4 (Oct. 15, 1995-Oct. 25, 1995)

Per Albertsson (far right) scores on a penalty kick to give Gardner-Webb its first ever win, 2-1 over Ferum, on Oct. 11, 1987.

RECORD BREAKDOWN Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Home 5-4-0 5-2-1 4-2-0 2-5-0 5-2-2 5-2-2 2-5-0 4-4-0 0-5-3 3-4-0 1-3-0 6-3-0 6-4-0 3-7-1 4-3-2 8-2-0 8-2-0 6-4-0 4-5-0 2-6-1 4-9-0 4-3-1 1-8-0 1-8-0

Totals

93-102-13 59-150-10 12-24-4

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

Neutral 1-2-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-3-0 0-0-2 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 3-1-1 0-4-1 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0

Overall 8-11-0 8-6-3 6-12-0 3-16-1 9-8-4 9-7-2 4-15-0 10-9-0 0-16-4 8-15-1 1-17-1 12-7-1 13-7-0 5-12-2 8-9-2 13-5-1 11-9-0 8-10-0 7-13-0 3-11-4 8-12-0 6-12-1 3-19-0 1-18-0 164-276-27

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GWU MEN’S SOCCER ALL-TIME ROSTER A Abraham, Roney 1987 Abrams, Billy 1993-96 Aidoo, Jonni 2000-01 Akujuobi, Chijioke 2010Albertsson, Per 1987-88 Alenky, Bryan 2004 Alexander, Philip 2005 Ambler, Robbie 1995 Ammons, Michael 1999 Anderson, Trevor 1999 Andes, Wade 2002 Arango, Jonathan 2010Archer, Phil 1987 Asanin-Miroux, Eric 2007Ashley, Colin 2009Augruso, Adam 2007-10 Austin, Mark 1997-99 B Barclay, Richard 1991, 1994-95 Barnes, Jason 1987-90 Barrett, Joshua 1998 Battle, James 2000 Benton, Stephen 1998-2000 Black, Jonathan 2003-06 Blake, Philip 2005 Bledsoe, Matt 2000-03 Bogart, Matt 2011Bomfim, Marcos 1991 Bopp, Marcus 1992 Bowen, Eric 2010Bowling, Jamie 1996-97 Boynton, Tommy 2000-02 Bradley, Jim 1987 Bresnahand, Glen 1991-92 Bristol, Justin 1993 Brittingham, Tom 1988 Brock, Travis 1987 Brugner, Adam 1994-97 Bueno, Vince 1996-99 Burgess, Adam 1999 Burkett, Zach 2005-08 Burns, Jay 1998 C Cantillina, Pablo 1988 Cardin, Matthew 2010 Carlson, Ryan 2002 Carrinick, Todd 1994 Carroll, Darnell 2000-04 Castillo, J.J. 2006 Castainca, Chad 2010Charles, Lennox 1990-91 Christie, John 2009 Cieutat, Matt 1994 Clark, Greg 1990 Clarke, Denzel 2011Clarke, Patrick 2000-02 Clement, Matt 2001-04 Colgan, Patrick 2009-10 Comvalius, Kevin 2011Corbin, James 1995 Corcoran, Scott 2005 Coulson, Elliot 2001 Cox, Clay 1992, 1994 Cox, Colin 1998-99 Cullison, Adam 2002 D Dadah, Jeremy 1997-98 Daniel, Robert 1995-97 Daugherty, Ryan 2003 Davidson, Charles 1991 Davis, Christopher 2010Davis, Joe 1998 Day, Jordan 2009Delphonse, Eliel 2009-10 Demba, Ousainou 1993 Derrick, Brooks 1993-96 Dittrich, Dirk 2005-07

Dollar, Joshua 1998 Donaldson, Andy 2004 Dowell, Sam 2007-09 Dowling, Matthew 2005 Dove, Maxwell 2009 Drain, Mike 1996, 1998 Dress, Jimmy 1991 Dudko, Mike 1987-89 E Edwards, Chris 1992-93 Eichten, Anthony 2004 Elekan, Jaap 2009Eller, Robbie 1991 Espinoza, Brian 1992-93 Evans, Nick 1999 F Faile, Ed 1989 Farrell, Larry 1989 Fenner, Rich 1988 Ferrell, Tom 1987 Ferris, John 1989 Ferro, Chris 1987 Flippin, Shane 2003-05 Flowers, Joseph 1992 Folk, Chad 1993-94, 1996 Forest, John 1991 Fossung, Henry 2001-03 Foster, Cory 2006 Foster, Richard 1994 Fox, T.J. 2007 Frewen, Sydney 2000 G Gaddy, Whit 1999 Gaines, Jordan 2005-09 Gaita, Ernesto 2011Gallego, Christian 2002 Garcia, Adam 2010 Gardella, Morgan 2002 Gardner, Brandon 1999 Garver, Ryan 2008 Gathers, Jalen 2011Gatzky, Boris 2006-07 Gay, Bernard 1987 Geraci, Dane 2004-08 Giles, Greg 1998-99 Gill, Roger 1995, 1998 Glasscock, Justin 1999 Godfrey, Richard 2006-07 Goforth, Scott 1999-2002 Gonzalez, Charlie 2002-03 Gonzalez, Dimas 1999-2000 Gordon, Sheldon 2007 Gottschalk, Eric 1988 Graham, Brent 2005 Gratop, Chris 1998 Gray, Joe 1992, 1994 Gray, Richard 2008 Green, Chad 2002 Green, Jed 1996-98 Gunn, Shane 1991 H Hames, Christopher 2007-08 Hammersmark, Marius 2010Hampton, Cliff 1992 Harper, Dump 1987 Harris, Brian 2002 Hartfield, Ian 2010Hartman, David 1989 Haupner, Greg 1993 Hayes, Ryan 1998-99 Heatherly, Josh 1996 Hedrick, Nathan 1998 Hefferon, Gerard 2007-09 Hemphill, Taf 1991 Hemphill, J 1993-96 Hercules, Kerry 1997-99 Hilderbrant, Adam 1998-2000

Hoffman, Jason 1999-2001 Holder, Garth 1996-98 Holland, Doug 1989 Hood, Brian 1998-99 Hostetter, Nathan 1999-2000 Hough, Joseph 1987-88 Houston, Daniel 2008-09 Hoyle, Dusty 1987 Hubbard, Sean 2003-04 Hucks, Tommy 1988 Hughes, Carlton 2005-06 Huitt, Justin 1999 Hull, Tony 2001 Hunter, Steven 2006 Hurdle, Douglas 2009 I Irwin, Brian 1991-94 Ivanovich, Jovan 2009Ivey, Scott 1987 J Jackson, Jarrett 2005-08 Johnson, Anuluwala 1996-97 Johnson, Evan 2010 Johnson, Joe 2003 Jolley, David 1990 Jones, Richard 1989-92 Jordan, Taylor 2008K Kabanda, Romeo 2009-10 Kahill, Kerry 1991 Kahn, Tyler 2006 Kegley, Jay 1990 Keith, Rodney 1994-97 Kelly, Brian 2001 Kelly, Sean 1991-94 Kennettz, Jr. Dennis 2009 Kershaw, J.D. 2009 Kettering, Tyler 2003-06 Khoury, Nick 2000 Knell, Cameron 2006 Kozman, Trent 2007-10 Krivoski, Dusan 1995 Krotee, Scott 2008Kwasnick, Andrea 1990-91, 1994 Kwasnick, Eddie 1991 L Lamb, Andy 1988-89 Lara, Joey 1993 Lee Yaw, Jerome 1993-96 Leible, Chris 2005 Lemmon, Arik 2004-05 Lepschi, Gampi 2005 Lewis, Charles 2000-01 Lewis, Trey 2011Lopez, Jorge 1990-91 Lovette, Shay 2006 Lozano, Sergio 2001-04 M Martin, Doug 1989 Martinez, Gerardo 2011Martinez, Juan 1999-2000 Mashiku, Dunstan 1998-2000 Maxwell, Stephen 2010 Mbanyamsig, Guy 2007-10 McCallum, Paul 2000-01 McDonald, Jeffery 1996 McDonald, Matt 2000-01 McGee, Matt 1991 McGillvery, Paul 2004 McLean, Loren 2003-05 Meglii, Craig 1987-88 Miller, Jamie 2005-06 Mitchell, Jimmy 1987-89 Mollozzi, Matthew 2004-07 Moreno, Alfredo 1997-98

Morgan, Greg 1990 Morris, Julian 2007Morrison, Bradley 2005-08 Myers, Rob 1994 N Nader, Jonas 2011Nardozzi, Brice 2010Narvez, Eric 1993-96 Neil, Charles 1988 Niescierowicz, Matt 2008 Nolan, Kevin 2008O O’Connor, Austin 2010 Odembo, George 1995-96 Odugba, Colin 1998 Odugba, Edwin 1992-95 Opuku Toffour, Kwasi 2005 Oros, Rio 2000-02 Oswalt, Timothy 2006-08 P Padgett, Daniel 2003 Palouykov, Ilia 1997 Panigua, Paul 1997 Parker, Matt 1992-93 Pearson, Chris 1992-93 Pelusi, Joe 1997-98 Pelz, Mark 1999 Petrenick, Steve 1988-90 Pettigrew, Barrington 2004 Phillips, Donald 1999 Phillips, Jordan 2005 Pietras, Peter 1988 Pinzon, Miguel 2006-08 Price, Ken 2005 Puckerin, Dennis 1990-91 Putnam, Paul 2004 Q Quarterman, Ford 2005-06 Quashie, Rommethy 1997-98 Quintero, Jason 1992-93 Quartey, Lovett 1992 R Rackley, James 2006 Ramirez, Carlos 2002-05 Ranucci, Alex 1991-94 Reiman, Stephen 2002 Reinhardsen, Jon Ole 2009Richards, Ty 1993-95 Riley, Kylen 1997-98 Roberto, Michael 1996-97 Roberts, Jess 1988 Robinson, Andrew 2008Rodriguez, Jesse 2008Rosser, Joshua 1999 S Salvaggione, Chris 2005-06 Sams, Matthew 1998 Sargent, John 2009Sawyer, Darrell 2006-07 Schaefer, John 1988-89 Schaefering, Drew 2004-05 Schlegel, Bobby 1991 Schmittle, Eric 2006 Schultz, Josh 2009 Seager, Jason 2000 Senger, Ethan 2011Shelton, Riley 2011Shockley, Jon 1989-91 Simmonet, Brad 1992 Simmons, David 1999 Simpson, Josh 2002 Slattery, Derek 1996 Smith, Geof 1988 Smith, Mark 1987-90 Smith, Matthew 2004

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Smith, Scott 1990 Snodgrass, Ryan 2005-08 Solomon, Anthony 1995-96 Sorrells, Matt 1995-98 Spillers, Clay 1987 Steelman, Drew 1998-99 Steeves, David 1989-92 Steffen, Troy 2001 Sterling, Derek 1999 Sterling, Jeremy 1997-2000 Stewart, Jared 2005 Stoddard, Ben 2007-08 Strait, Eli 2003 Stuerstedt, Timo 2005 Swaim, Logan 2006-08 T Tasedan, George 2006-07, 2009 Tatsumi, Satoshi 2010Thackston, Scott 1996-97 Thomas, George 1989 Thompson, Chad 1996-99 Tigner, Zac 2009 Timmons, Scott 1993-94 Tirado, Efrain 1987-90 Todaro, John 1989-92 Traylor, Jordan 2003-07 Tremblay, Matt 2011Trujillo, Manny 2000-03 Tubbs, Jordan 2006 Turner, Tyler 2009 U Ulrich, Todd 2000-03 V Vang, Tu Wang 1994-95 Vialpando, Michael 1998 W Wadsworth, Matthew 1999 Wagner, Jurgen 1998 Walker, Michael 1991-93 Wall, Richard 2009Wallace, Jay 2006 Wallace, Ryan 1996-99 Walsh, Chapman 2004 Ward, Aaron 1996-97 Way, Mike 1994-95, 1997-98 Webb, Brian 1987 Webster, Mark 2008-09 Welsh, David 1993-96 Wentzel, Brian 2000-01, 2003-04 White, Todd 1987 Whitehead, Jonathan 1993-94 Willas, Troy 1990 Williams, Chris 2001-04 Williams, Errol 1993-96 Wilson, Herman 1995 Wilson, Jon 1987-88 Wise, C.J. 2008-09 Wolf, Eric 1996 Wood, Clint 1995 Worsham, Michael 1987 Wrobel, Nicolas 2010 Y Yeager, Eric 2011Young, Brian 2002-05 Z Zeray, Yafet 1987 Zeider, Chip 2006

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GWU ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS GWU VS. 2011 FOES Opponent Brevard Wofford Georgia Southern Appalachian State Davidson Wisconson-Milwaukee VCU Coastal Carolina UNC Greensboro Clemson Campbell Presbyterian Liberty VMI UNC Asheville High Point Radford Winthrop

Date 8/28 9/1 9/3 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/22 9/24 9/27 10/1 10/5 10/8 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/29 11/2

H/A/N Home Neutral Neutral Neutral Away Neutral Neutral Away Away Away Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Home

Record 0-0-0 4-10-0 3-2-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-3-1 0-2-0 1-8-0 2-6-1 7-11-1 3-8-1 3-2-0 6-7-1 0-5-2 5-2-0 2-11-2

First Meeting N/A L, 0-6 (2001) W, 2-1 OT (2004) L, 3-5 (2003) L, 0-1 OT (2010) N/A N/A T 1-1 (2006) L, 1-3 (2009) L, 0-6 (2001) L, 1-2 (2001) L, 1-12 (1987) L, 1-5 (1992) W, 4-0 (2006) L, 1-9 (1988) L, 1-8 (1987) L, 0-10 (1989) L, 1-2 (1990)

Last Result N/A W, 2-0 (2005) W, 5-2 (2009) L, 1-3 (2010) L, 0-1 OT (2010) N/A N/A L, 0-1 (2010) L, 1-4 (2010) L, 0-5 (2010) L, 1-6 (2007) W, 3-0 (2010) W, 2-0 (2010) W, 2-0 (2010) W, 3-0 (2010) L, 0-4 (2010) W, 4-1 (2010) W, 2-0 (2010)

Streak W3 W1 L4 L1 L3 L2 L1 L2 W3 W2 W1 W2 L3 W3 W1

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Alabama A&M ................................... 0-1-0 Alabama-Huntsville ........................... 0-4-0 Alderson-Broaddus............................. 0-1-0 Anderson ........................................... 2-0-0 Appalachian State .............................. 1-5-0 Atlantic Christian ............................... 0-2-0 Augusta .............................................. 1-3-1 Belmont ............................................. 4-4-1 Belmont Abbey .................................. 2-3-0 Birmingham Southern ........................ 0-1-0 Bluefield ............................................ 1-0-0 Campbell ........................................... 2-6-1 Carson-Newman ................................ 8-8-0 Catawba........................................... 3-11-0 Cedarville .......................................... 0-0-1 Charleston Southern/Baptist ............... 1-1-0 Charlotte ............................................ 0-2-0 Chowan ............................................. 1-0-0 Clemson............................................. 1-8-0 Coastal Carolina................................. 1-3-1 Coker ................................................. 1-1-0 Concord ............................................. 0-1-0 Covenant ........................................... 1-0-0 Davidson ........................................... 0-1-0 East Carolina ...................................... 1-0-0 Eckerd ................................................ 0-1-0 Elon ................................................... 6-5-1 Emmanuel .......................................... 1-0-0 Erskine ............................................... 1-2-0 Ferrum ............................................... 4-0-0 Florida Atlantic .................................. 1-4-0 Florida Gulf Coast .............................. 1-0-0 Florida Tech ....................................... 0-1-0

Francis Marion ................................... 2-3-0 Furman .............................................. 0-2-1 Georgia Southern ............................... 3-2-0 Georgia State ..................................... 1-5-0 Guilford ............................................. 0-4-0 High Point .......................................... 0-5-2 IUPUI................................................. 0-0-1 IPFW .................................................. 1-2-0 Jacksonville ........................................ 2-6-0 Johnson & Wales ................................ 1-0-0 King ................................................... 0-2-0 Lander................................................ 5-4-0 Lee ..................................................... 0-1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne .................................... 6-11-0 Liberty................................................ 3-8-1 Limestone .......................................... 4-5-0 Lincoln Memorial............................... 1-2-0 Lipscomb ........................................... 4-4-0 Longwood .......................................... 3-3-0 Marshall ............................................. 0-0-1 Mars Hill ............................................ 6-7-2 Mercer ............................................... 3-6-0 Milligan ............................................. 2-0-0 Montevello......................................... 1-0-0 Montreat Anderson ............................ 2-0-0 Morehouse ......................................... 1-1-0 Mt. Olive ........................................... 0-2-0 Mt. St. Mary’s ..................................... 0-1-0 NC State............................................. 0-5-0 Newberry ........................................... 5-0-0 North Florida ..................................... 1-3-0 North Georgia .................................... 5-0-0 Pfeiffer ............................................... 3-2-1

Piedmont ........................................... 3-2-0 Piedmont Bible .................................. 1-0-0 Presbyterian College ........................ 7-11-1 Queens .............................................. 0-1-0 Radford .............................................. 5-2-0 Reinhardt ........................................... 0-0-1 Rollins................................................ 0-2-0 St. Andrews ........................................ 0-2-0 St. Leo ................................................ 0-2-0 Stetson ............................................... 3-6-0 The Citadel......................................... 1-3-0 The Masters ........................................ 0-1-0 Toccoa Falls ....................................... 1-0-0 Trinity Christian.................................. 1-0-0 Tusculum ........................................... 1-4-1 UAB ................................................... 0-0-1 UCF ................................................... 0-3-1 UMBC................................................ 0-1-0 University of DC ................................ 2-1-0 UNC Asheville ................................... 6-7-1 UNC Greensboro .............................. 0-2-0 UNC Pembroke/Pembroke St. ............ 2-3-0 UNC Wilmington ............................... 0-1-0 University of South Carolina .............. 0-2-0 USC Aiken ......................................... 5-1-0 USC Upstate ...................................... 2-4-2 Virgina Military Institute ..................... 3-2-0 Virgina Tech ....................................... 0-2-1 Wake Forest ....................................... 0-3-0 Warren Wilson ................................... 1-0-0 Wingate ........................................... 4-12-0 Winthrop ......................................... 2-11-2 Wofford ........................................... 4-10-0 ALL-TIME ................................. 164-276-27

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GWU PRESIDENT DR. A. FRANK BONNER DR. A. FRANK BONNER GARDNER-WEBB PRESIDENT * 7TH YEAR Dr. A. Frank Bonner, in his seventh year as the president of Gardner-Webb University, took office on May 2, 2005, and was inaugurated on April 6, 2006. Bonner is no stranger to Gardner-Webb, having been a part of the University family since 1987. A native of Greenville, S.C., Bonner graduated from Furman University in 1969, has a M.A. degree from the University of Georgia and earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a faculty member and Associate Dean at Anderson College in Anderson, S.C., prior to beginning his career in Boiling Springs as Vice President for Academic Affairs. In 1992, Bonner was promoted to provost and senior vice president at Gardner-Webb, a post he held until assuming his current role in 2005. After a comprehensive, national search for the university’s new president, chairman of the presidential search committee and the board of trustees, Frank Beam, said, “We came to the conclusion that we had the most qualified candidate right here at the university.” Bonner succeeded Dr. Frank Campbell, who served Gardner-Webb University as president from October, 2002 until June, 2005. Active in civic life and in the community, Bonner has served on the boards of the United Way, the YMCA, and Communities in Schools, and he serves on the Cleveland County Sports Commission. He is a past chairman of the Cleveland County Chamber, a past president of the Shelby Rotary Club, and a Sunday School teacher and deacon at First Baptist Church in Shelby. Bonner is also a retired Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. During Bonner’s time as provost, Gardner-Webb emerged as a vibrant institution for higher learning, officially moving from college to university in 1993. The institution’s academic reputation has steadily improved during Bonner’s time in Boiling Springs, with an outstanding faculty and consistently evolving curriculum. Bonner is married to the former Florence “Flossie” Black of Chester, S.C., also a graduate of Furman University. They are parents of two adult daughters and five grandchildren.

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GWU ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION CHUCK BURCH GARDNER-WEBB PRESIDENT * 7TH YEAR Gardner-Webb alumnus Chuck Burch is in his 15th year as Vice President for Athletics and his 30th year overall in athletics administration. The Charlotte, N.C., native spearheaded the Bulldogs move into Division I athletics, which resulted in Gardner-Webb’s addition to the Big South Conference as an associate member for football in 2001, and GWU’s move to the Big South as a full member – which became official on July 1, 2008. Burch oversees all athletic operations at Gardner-Webb, including management and supervision of athletic programs, facilities and budgets. During his career at GWU, Burch has overseen across-the-board improvements in facilities and the addition of five new sports since arriving in 1997. A sixth sport, men’s swimming was added in 2007-08. Burch is also responsible for continued improvements in the quality and quantity of Gardner-Webb’s athletics staff – with a number of fulltime positions created to assist and enhance the entire department. GWU athletics has seen a steady increase in academic performance since Burch’s arrival, and the department has posted a combined GPA above 3.0 in each of the last two academic years. Gardner-Webb’s final year in the Atlantic Sun Conference was fruitful, with several notable wins and the usual high number of strong academic performances by the Bulldogs’ student-athletes. GWU enjoyed its most successful athletics year as a Division I member in 2006-07. Gardner-Webb won its first Atlantic Sun Conference Academic Championship, unseating Belmont University for the title. The Bulldogs also finished third in the men’s and women’s combined sports standings – a very impressive effort in the race for the inaugural Bill Bibb Trophy. Gardner-Webb’s men’s soccer team captured the imagination of faces across Cleveland County during its run to the 2006 A-Sun Championship and the NCAA Tournament second round. National qualifiers in Track & Field, swimming and wrestling highlighted competitive success for the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ in 2006-2007. Burch, a graduate of Independence (N.C.) High in Charlotte, and former member of Gardner-Webb’s football team, spent 1991-1997 as Director of Athletics at Liberty (Va.) University, and was instrumental in a successful and well run department in Lynchburg as well. He also served Liberty as Associate Director of Athletics (1988-1990), Assistant Director of Athletics (19841988), Sports Information Director (1986-1988) and Assistant Director of Sports Information (1982-1984). After graduating from Gardner-Webb in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Burch, 52, earned his master’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1982. His wife, Franki, holds a Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Virginia, and currently serves as the Dean of the Graduate School as well as a professer in the Physical Education Wellness and Sports Studies Department. The couple has three children, Travis, a recent graduate of Furman University, Danielle, a senior at Brevard (N.C.) College and Amy (17).

PAM SCRUGGS ASSOCIATE A.D./SWA * 32ND SEASON Senior Woman Administrator Pam Scruggs is in her 32nd year of service with Gardner-Webb University athletics, and remains one of the most vital components of the program’s success. Scruggs has served as Associate Athletics Director and SWA since 2000. Scurggs provides the athletics department with consistent and dependable performance in a number of crucial administrative areas. Her primary responsibilities include monitoring the athletics department budgets, monitoring the operation of the department’s women’s varsity programs, overseeing game-day operations and assisting in the administration of the University’s entire athletics program. Scruggs plays an invaluable role in the success of Runnin’ Bulldog athletics. Pam and her husband, John, have one daughter, Bonnie, who is a sophomore at Gardner-Webb University.

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GWUSPORTS.COM

THE OFFICIAL SITE OF GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS Gardner-Webb University and NeuLion ® began a partnership in 2006 that has already provided a tremendous boost – and one of the most advanced websites available within intercollegiate athletics. GWUSports.com ® is the official site of Gardner-Webb University athletics, and is in the process of a major redesign set for a September, 2010, launch date. NeuLion, one of the most respected names in the business, provides the same service for major universities, including the University of Nebraska, Duke University, Louisiana State University, University of Arkansas and University of Oregon.

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DATE OPPONENT

TIME at Georgia State (Exhib.) 6 p.m. at USC Upstate (Exhib.) 7 p.m. BREVARD 7 p.m. vs. Wofford ^ 4:30 p.m. vs. Georgia Southern ^ 1 p.m. vs. Appalachian State # 4 p.m. at Davidson # 7 p.m. vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee $ 5 p.m. (CT) vs. VCU $ 12 p.m. (CT) at Coastal Carolina * 7 p.m. at UNC Greensboro 7 p.m. at Clemson 7 p.m. at Campbell * 7 p.m. at Presbyterian College * 7 p.m. LIBERTY * 2 p.m. at VMI * 1 p.m. UNC ASHEVILLE * 7 p.m. HIGH POINT * 7 p.m. at Radford * 7 p.m. WINTHROP * 7 p.m. 2011 Big South Men’s Soccer Championship TBD

Aug. 20 Aug. 23 Aug. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 2 Nov. 10-13

^ = Big South/SoCon Challenge at Rock Hill, S.C. # = Davidson/adidas Tournament at Davidson, N.C. $ = UAB - Soccer For a Cure Classic at Birmingham, Ala. * = Big South Conference Matches RED & ALL CAPS = HOME MATCHES

Big South Championship will be held in Boiling Springs, N.C. (Times subject to change)


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