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Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer 2013 Media Guide


Introduction NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 2013 MEN’S SOCCER QUICK FACTS Location: Highland Heights, Ky. Founded: 1968 Enrollment: 15,750 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Sun Home Field: NKU Soccer Stadium (1,000) School Colors: Gold, Black and White Nickname: Norse 2012 Overall Record: 7-10-1 (.416) 2012 A-Sun Record/Finish: 4-3-1 (.563) First Year of Men’s Soccer: 1980 All-Time Record: 360-257-46 (.577) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 5 (11-5-2) Last: 2011, Lost in second round to Rockhurst, 2-0 President: Geoffrey Mearns (Yale, 1981) Faculty Representative: Dr. Mary Kirk Athletic Director: Ken Bothof (Buena Vista, 1980) Head Coach: John Basalyga (Bowling Green, 1973) Record at NKU: 137-54-20 (.697) - 10 seasons Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Jeff Chaney (Second season) Graduate Assistant Coach: Stephen McGill (First season)

NKU ATHLETIC DIRECTORY AREA CODE: 859 Ken Bothof................................................................572-5193 (O) Athletic Director John Basalyga ............................................................448-8975 (O) Men’s Soccer Coach ....................................... 496-6934 (C) Kurt Moeller.............................................................572-6632 (O) Associate Athletic Director/External Operations Jeanne Papania..........................................................572-5133 (O) Athletics Financial Coordinator Molly Hutson............................................................572-1487 (O) Associate Athletic Director/Head Athletic Trainer Don Owen................................................................572-5470 (O) Sports Information Director .....................572-5427 (Fax) Mike Anderson .........................................................572-7659 (O) Assistant SID (Soccer contact) .................... 835-5540 (C) Soccer Press Box Phone ................................448-7463 (P)

TABLE OF CONTENTS NKU President Geoffrey Mearns .............................. 4 NKU Athletics Director Ken Bothof ........................ 5 NKU Coaching Staff ..................................................... 6 Are You Tough Enough? ................................................ 8 NKU Soccer Stadium .................................................10 2013 Schedule .............................................................. 12 2013 Roster.................................................................. 13 Meet the Norse ........................................................... 14 2012 Results ................................................................. 36 2010 National Championship....................................38 All-Time Results .......................................................... 42 NKU Record Book ..................................................... 48

Covering Norse Soccer NEWSPAPERS CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Angel Rodriguez, Sports Editor Richard Skinner 312 Elm Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 768-8438 RECORDER NEWSPAPERS James Weber 6948 Oakwood Drive Florence, KY 41042 THE NORTHERNER Brooke Clifford, Sports Editor Northern Kentucky University University Center Highland Heights, KY 41099

TELEVISION WCPO CH. 9 (ABC) John Popovich, Dennis Janson 1720 Gilbert Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 852-4072 WKRC CH. 12 (CBS) Brad Johansen 1906 Highland Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45219 (513) 412-5088 WLWT CH. 5 (NBC) George Vogel, Ken Broo 1700 Young Street Cincinnati, OH 45210 (513) 421-0119 WXIX CH. 19 (FOX) Brian Giesenschlag 19 Broadcast Plaza 635 W. Seventh Street Cincinnati, OH 45203 (513) 421-0119

The 2013 NKU Men’s Soccer Media Guide is a production of the NKU Office of Sports Information. This publication was written and edited by Kevin Ward and Mike Anderson. Editorial assistance by Don Owen, and Kelli Marksbury. Photography by Kody Kahle and Jeff McCurry. Layout by Mike Anderson and Kevin Ward. 2 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

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Atlantic Sun

SCHOOL

MASCOT

LOCATION

ENROLLMENT

East Tennessee State

Buccaneers

Johnson City, Tenn.

15, 536

Florida Gulf Coast

Eagles

Fort Meyers, Fla.

11,594

Jacksonville

Dolphins

Jacksonville, Fla.

3,400

Kennesaw State

Owls

Kennesaw, Ga.

24,600

Lipscomb

Bisons

Nashville, Tenn.

3,000

Mercer

Bears

Macon, Ga.

8,300

North Florida

Ospreys

Jacksonville, Fla.

16,500

Northern Kentucky

Norse

Highland Heights, Ky.

15,750

South Carolina-Upstate

Spartans

Spartanburg, S.C.

6,000

Stetson

Hatters

DeLand, Fla.

2,200

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President

Geoffrey Mearns Geoffrey S. Mearns became NKU’s fifth president on August 1, 2012. Prior to coming to NKU, he was provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Cleveland State University, a public university with more than 16,000 students. He became provost in February 2010. In this role, he oversaw eight academic deans and five vice provosts. He supervised various academic support functions such as the library; student advising and student services; and faculty recruitment, reappointment, promotion and tenure. Prior to becoming provost, he spent four and a half years as dean and professor of law at Cleveland State’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. During his tenure as dean, he was actively engaged in fundraising for the college, helping to enhance its scholarship pool and overseeing an $8.8 million renovation of the law building. Under his leadership, alumni and private giving increased substantially, and the quality and diversity of the law school’s class improved. Mearns also oversaw continual improvement in the school’s bar passage rates. At Cleveland-Marshall, Mearns taught complex federal criminal investigations and prosecutions, criminal law, and white collar crime.

He previously taught at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law and New York Law School. Prior to joining Cleveland State, Mearns was a practicing lawyer for more than 15 years, including serving as a federal prosecutor in the United States Department of Justice. His record of community service includes serving on several judicial screening committees and serving as a trustee for several Cleveland non-profit agencies. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Identifying the Needs of the Forensic Science Community. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Yale University in 1981 and a juris doctor from the University of Virginia in 1987. After graduating from law school, he clerked for the Hon. Boyce F. Martin, Jr., of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Louisville. Mearns and his wife, Jennifer, have five children.

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Ken Bothof Athletic Director On June 26, 2013, Northern Kentucky University unvieled Ken Bothof as the new Director of Athletics. Ken Bothof will take over for interim director of athletics Mike Cusack on August 19, 2013. Bothof comes to NKU from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, where he has served as athletic director since 2002. Bothof’s tenure at Green Bay has been marked by great success both on the field and in the classroom, as well as tremendous growth in support for the school’s 16 athletic programs. At Green Bay, Bothof was instrumental in raising $11 million in private funds to complete a $33 million renovation and expansion of the Phoenix Sports Center. He also developed an outdoor facilities plan that includes new soccer and softball facilities, as well as expanded recreational and intramural opportunities. Under his leadership, the Green Bay women’s basketball team has won 11 straight Horizon League titles and five NCAA Tournament first-round games; the program’s first Sweet Sixteen appearance was in 2011. Men’s basketball posted consecutive 20-win seasons and postseason appearances in 2009 and 2010, while men’s soccer, volleyball and softball each earned their first trip to the NCAA Division I Tournament. During his tenure, Phoenix student-athletes have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher in each of the last 23 semesters. Green Bay is one of only two Horizon League schools to be ranked in the top 100 in the NCSA Athletic Recruiting Collegiate Power Rankings, which recognizes academic and athletic success and student-athlete graduation rates. During Bothof’s tenure, annual contributions to the Phoenix Fund have more than tripled and membership in the fund has quadrupled. Ticket revenues and corporate sponsorships have increased dramatically, and he also negotiated a five-year contract with Nelligan Sports Marketing for the development of radio rights and corporate sponsorships. Bothof has also served as chair of the Horizon League Finance Committee and chaired the Horizon League Executive Committee. He serves as the conference’s representative to the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Executive Committee. Bothof is on the YMCA Board of Directors and is a member of the Downtown Green Bay Rotary Club. Prior to his tenure at Green Bay, he served as associate athletic director for external operations at Saint Louis University, where he oversaw marketing and promotions, fundraising, corporate sponsorships, event management and ticket sales while also supervising three sports. Bothof served as associate athletic director and then senior associate athletic director at Idaho State University from 1990-95, where he developed corporate sponsorship plans and marketing programs, served as compliance coordinator and NCAA certification coordinator, and supervised 12 sports. He began his career at San Jose State University, where he served as assistant athletic director. The NKU athletics department is set to begin its second year at the NCAA Division I level. A member of the Atlantic Sun Conference, NKU sponsors 15 intercollegiate sports – baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor/outdoor track and field and volleyball. As impressive as any of the on-field success, however, was the fact that NKU student athletes posted a grade point average of 3.05 in the fall and 3.03 in the spring. In fact, the school’s student athletes have posted a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater during six of the last seven semesters. NKU Athletics also launched a $6 million Go Gold fundraising campaign last year, and has raised nearly $3 million toward that goal. Bothof earned his bachelor of arts in education from Buena Vista University, where he competed in baseball and basketball. The Slayton, Minn., native is married to Carrie and has two children – Tyson and Kendra.

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Head Coach

John Basalyga

John Basalyga is in his eleventh season on the bench for the Northern Kentucky University men’s soccer team. He boasts a collegiate coaching record of 137-54-20, has twice been named the Regional Coach of the Year and in 2010 was named the Division II National Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Basalyga and the Norse were nationally ranked in 47 of 48 weeks from 2007-2011. In 2012, Basalyga and the Norse posted a 7-10-1 record in their first season at the Division I level. The team went 4-3-1 in the Atlantic Sun Conference, finishing 4th in the conference and unable to compete in the postseason due to reclassification. In 2011, the Norse started the season ranked No. 1 in and posted a record of 14-5-0, finishing second in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. It marked the sixth consecutive season the Norse advanced to NCAA postseason play. They defeated Northwood (Mich.) 2-0 in the first round before falling to Rockhurst 2-0 in the second round. In 2010, Basalyga led his team to a record of 20-2-3 and captured his first NCAA national championship, defeating Rollins by a score of 3-2 in the final. It marked the fifth consecutive season that the Norse have advanced to NCAA postseason play and the first national title for NKU in any men’s sport. NKU was in the national rankings all season, including holding the No. 1 ranking. Additionally, the Norse claimed their first Great Lakes Valley Conference championship in 15 seasons with a 3-0 defeat over Indianapolis. Basalyga earned national coach of the year honors during the campaign. In 2009, the Norse boss led the team to a 15-6-2 record and a fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament. Yet again, NKU was in the national spotlight, being ranked for a majority of the season, including holding the No. 1 ranking. NKU battled second-ranked Drury to a 1-0 loss in the first round. In 2008, Basalyga set a new standard for excellence in NKU soccer, taking the Norse to the Division II National Semifinal after claiming a third straight Midwest Region championship. For the second straight season, the Norse found themselves a top the Division II polls in the No. 1 spot. The Norse finished with a 16-3-4 overall record and two of the team’s three seniors graduated as AllAmericans, while sophomore Steven Beattie was named the Division II National Player of the Year. In 2007, Basalyga made Great Lakes Valley Conference history, coaching the Norse to an unprecedented 13-0 conference record, as well as the school’s second consecutive Great Lakes Region title.The Norse rattled off 20-straight wins en route to a 22-2 final record, both school records. For the first time in school history, NKU was ranked No. 1 in the nation. The dominating performance earned Basalyga his second consecutive GLVC and Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year awards. The 2007 squad boasted eight players who would go on to graduate as All-Americans. In 2006, Basalyga led the Norse to their first-ever appearance in the NCAA tournament, and won the Great Lakes Region championship as the No. 2 seed. The squad matched a school record with 16 wins, and posted a NKU-best .795 winning percentage on the year. In 2005, Basalyga’s NKU squad pulled off a first-round upset of third-seeded Wisconsin-Parkside in the opening round of the GLVC Tournament. It marked the first time since 1997 that NKU had won a game in the GLVC Tournament. The Norse, who entered the tournament as the No. 6 seed, finished with an 11-8-2 record. Basalyga led NKU to one of the nation’s top turnarounds in 2004, as the Norse posted a 12-6-2 overall record while posting a 6-3-1 in the GLVC. Basalyga’s team also featured 2004 GLVC Player of the Year Nate Madden. During his first season at the helm, Basalyga guided a youthful NKU squad to a 4-9-3 overall record, including a 2-5-3 mark in the GLVC. In his coaching debut at NKU in 2003, Basalyga led his team to a 4-2 win over NCAA Division II power University of Findlay. Prior to accepting the NKU job, Basalyga compiled a 325-93-58 record as boys’ soccer coach at Turpin High School in Cincinnati over the course of 24 years. He led Turpin to Ohio state championships in 1986, 2000 and 2001, and his teams produced 22 consecutive winning seasons. He also led the Spartans to 15 sectional championships and was named the Ohio High School State Coach of the Year in 2001. Basalyga is a 1973 graduate of Bowling Green State University. He earned four letters in baseball at Bowling Green. He also played ice hockey for three years and competed in soccer for one season at Bowling Green. Basalyga and his wife, Linda, reside in Cincinnati. They have three children. His daughter, Lindsay Basalyga, is the women’s soccer head coach at Eastern Kentucky University. 6 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

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Jeff Chaney Assistant Coach Jeff Chaney enters his second season as John Basalyga’s head assistant coach. Chaney spent 16 years as an assistant coach at the University of Kentucky before joining the Norse in their inaugural season in Divison I in 2012. Chaney served as the Wildcats goalkeeping coach since 2001, helping Wildcat netminders not only succeed at the collegiate level but at the professional level as well. Kentucky won three Conference-USA championships and made four appearances in the NCAA tournament during Chaney’s time at the school. Before joining Kentucky, Chaney was an assistant at Lexington (Ky.) Catholic High School for three seasons. Chaney is a native of Georgetown, Ky., and graduated from Scott County High School in 1984 where he was an all-state performer as a co-founder of the school’s soccer program. Chaney went on to continue his soccer career at Georgetown (Ky.) College where he earned NAIA All-District honors in 1985 and captained the Tigers for three seasons.

Stephen McGill Graduate Assistant McGill enters his first season as an assistant coach in John Basalyga’s squad. He played thee seasons under Basalyga (2009-11), making 26 appearances for the Norse and notching three career assists in the midfield. He was part of the 2010 team that won the Division II National Championship. McGill was named a high school All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America after his senior season at Turpin. He then spent two seasons at Bucknell University, redshirting his first year, before transferring to NKU after his freshman season. He graduted from NKU with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies in Spring 2012. He returned to his high school alma mater to coach the freshman soccer team, before rejoining Basalyga for the 2013 season. McGill was born in Boston but was raised in Cincinnati by his parents and NKU alumni Tom and Diana McGill. Diana is currently a chemistry professor at NKU. McGill has enrolled into the Communications programs and is looking to make a career out of coaching.

Jessica Rhodes Trainer

Jessica began at NKU in 2008 as a Graduate Assistant athletic trainer. She is currently an Assistant Athletic Trainer that works primarily with the Men’s Soccer and Women’s Basketball teams. She was part of the training staff during the 2010 National Championship season. Jessica graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2008 earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training. She completed her internship with the Lakers, working with the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams. In 2010, she completed her Master’s in Education in Sports Administration at Xavier University. She completed her Master’s in Arts in Integrated Studies at Northern Kentucky University in 2012. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the Kentucky Athletic Trainers’ Society.Jessica currently resides in Cold Spring, KY.

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Are You Tough Enough? By John Erardi, originally published in the Cincinnati Enquirer on Nov. 17, 2007. Reprinted with permission. If you think soccer is a game for wimps, you haven’t met John Basalyga. The Queens, N.Y.-born hockey defenseman and baseball catcher - who is now coach of the No.1-ranked Northern Kentucky University men’s soccer team - began his coaching career in football, at Greenhills High School. He’s never let a lack of organized playing experience in a sport keep him from coaching it, though. He played only a year of soccer, as a goalie. His organized football-playing experience? One year playing quarterback in high school. But Basalyga has been playing - and coaching - sports for as long as he can remember. In New York City, he and a fellow 13-year-old co-founded, co-financed (with fundraisers) and co-coached their neighborhood roller hockey team. “We were like the Young Rascals,” said Basalyga, a 1973 graduate of Bowling Green University. “In our neighborhood, we had teams in all sports - but hockey was the most fun. Before the season started, we walked into a group of adults holding a hockey meeting and they said, ‘Whaddaya want?’ We said, ‘We’re here to play hockey.’ They couldn’t believe it. But we ran the whole operation.” Roller hockey? “Yeah, it’s basically hockey for guys that can’t ice-skate,” he said. Basalyga’s NKU soccer team is 22-1 and hosts Lincoln Memorial (Tenn.) in the NCAA Division II National Quarterfinals at 1 p.m. today at Town & Country Sports Complex in Wilder. At stake is a berth in the NCAA Division II Final Four at Orange Beach,

Ala., Nov 30-Dec. 2. Basalyga emphasizes a defense-rich philosophy that was forged on the mean streets of New York and refined in his college-playing days in baseball and hockey at Bowling Green. “There were only two or three ice rinks in New York City when I was growing up in the early ‘60s,” he said. “So we all played roller hockey. If you couldn’t fight, you couldn’t play. That was the only difference between ice hockey and roller hockey - we fought more.” So excuse “Coach Bass” if he doesn’t buy your characterization of soccer as a game for Slush Puppie-eating wimps who are chauffeured to and from practice by suburban moms in their mini-vans. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. But it’s not what Basalyga’s players at NKU are about - not now, anyway. “I’ve got a problem with your coaching style,” an NKU player told him during Basalyga’s rookie season at NKU five years ago. Uh-oh. Not a good move. “Coach Bass” responded by telling the fellow what he thought of somebody having such a soft upbringing in the sport that it would inspire whining to the coach. Needless to say, the complainant isn’t among the seniors who have survived Basalyga’s “problematic” coaching style, which led NKU to its first-ever NCAA men’s soccer tournament last year and to the top of the rankings this year. His five-year mark is 65-27-10. At Turpin High School, Coach Bass won three state soccer championships. His teams have won three times as many games as they lost in his 24 years. But why soccer? After all, Basalyga’s career sum total of soccer-playing experience was only that one season of goalkeeping at BG, which he did just to stay in shape for baseball and hockey. Yes, why soccer, indeed? Simple: Hockey in high school wasn’t widely available in Cincinnati back in the 1970s and 1980s. “But, believe me, there are more similarities between hockey and soccer than I could have imagined,” Basalyga said. You better believe Basalyga has told his NKU soccer players that. Oh, has he told them. “And he’s right - I’d say 60 percent to 70 percent of soccer is just like hockey,” said Dan Impellizzeri, a former multi-sport star at Anderson High who typifies Basalyga’s defense-first approach.

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John Basalyga “He’s the only coach who actively recruited me (for college soccer),” Impellizzeri said. “He knew I could do it, because he had a (multisport) background.” Many of Basalyga’s players are from local high schools, so most of the upperclassmen at least knew of his hard-nosed reputation. But Steven Beattie, a freshman from Dublin, Ireland, who didn’t know a puck from a potato, had a lot of learning to do when he arrived in Highland Heights. “Coach gave me a DVD of ‘Miracle,’” the 2004 movie about the U.S Olympic hockey team’s shocking upset of the Soviets en route to the gold medal at Lake Placid in 1980,” said Beattie. “After watching the movie, I understand Coach Bass a little better,” he said. “But it’s a good thing he and Kevin McCloskey (the Belfast-born pro with the Cincinnati Kings) were straight up with me when I was being recruited. They told me about all the running we’d be doing (at NKU). If they hadn’t, I guarantee you I’d have been on the first plane back home once I saw it. “I can hardly believe he’s never played soccer. He’s one of the best coaches I’ve ever had. And in Ireland, all of our coaches have played at a very high level.” Basalyga manages to keep tensions from boiling over. He has funny quips and valuable lessons from

other sports that usually fit - but sometimes leave players scratching their heads. “He uses baseball analogies a lot,” said Impellizzeri, “but sometimes it’s a stretch. We’re pretty close to blowing it off when it comes to his baseball stories. He’s always bringing up the Yankees. That’s OK, though, because they haven’t won it all in awhile. We give him a rough time about that.” Basalyga always gets his way. Early in practice he lines up his players for sprints so they’ll be tired when scrimmaging begins - which is the way they’ll feel during games. How tough is Basalyga? To appreciate his conditioning program, one must cue up the scene in “Miracle” where the U.S. hockey team has just skated to a disappointing tie on the road in preparation for the Olympics. If you’ve seen the movie, you’ll remember one word - “Again” - because of the number of times Coach Herb Brooks uses it as a signal for his assistant to blow the whistle to begin the team’s gassers - short line-to-line sprints that build in length. Again. Again. Again. “Soon as I saw that scene,” said Beattie, “I went, aha! There it is. There’s Coach Basalyga. That’s NKU soccer.” The freshmen at Lincoln Memorial will learn about it today.

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NKU Soccer Stadium

The primary mission of NKU’s intercollegiate athletics program is to provide a natural extension of secondary school programs, offering skilled student-athletes the opportunity to continue their educational and athletic experiences beyond high school. Though NKU’s athletic teams continue to post impressive achievements in the classroom and in athletic competitions, its facilities do not match the same standards of quality. To position the university at the top of NCAA Division II, NKU has begun to implement a plan to improve and build intercollegiate athletics facilities. The first phase of the plan was completed in the Spring of 2007 when the Joyce Yeager Tennis Complex opened, bringing the NKU men’s and women’s tennis teams back on campus and providing the campus community with a first-class outdoor tennis facility. On November 8, 2008, the NKU men’s and women’s basketball teams hosted the University of Louisville to open The Bank of Kentucky Center, a $68.5 million, 9,200-seat multipurpose facility that will serve the NKU athletics teams as well as the surrounding community. The next phase of the plan is now underway, as NKU opens the $6.5 million NKU Soccer Stadium adjacent to The Bank of Kentucky

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Center, ending a 10-year period of Norse soccer playing off-campus in Wilder, Ky. The facility includes seating for 1,000 spectators and an artificial playing surface with World Cup dimensions (120 yards by 80 yards). Other amenities include concessions and restroom facilities, three team locker rooms, a press box and media work area, full athletic training facilities, laundry and equipment storage, and coaches’ offices. Also included in the stadium is the Founders’ Room, a VIP suite and meeting area directly over midfield that offers a great place for meetings and get-togethers on game days or anytime. The enclosed room includes an outdoor patio with excellent sightlines to the action on the field. Construction on the new NKU soccer stadium began in Fall 2008 and the NKU soccer programs took occupancy in the building in early July. The Norse soccer teams played the first games on the new field during the 2009 season against Missouri-St. Louis. The NKU Soccer Stadium officially opened on Sept. 3, 2010, as the Norse defeated Findlay by a 4-0 score. The Norse complied a 14-1 record in their first full season at the new facility, including hosting Great Lakes Valley Conference and NCAA postseason contests.

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The Future is Here...

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$6.5 million construction cost.

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Seating capacity for 1,000.

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Fully lighted stadium allows for both day and night contests.

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Locker room and office spaces for NKU men’s and women’s soccer teams.

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Fully equipped athletic training facility included.

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Media facilities include accommodations for television and radio broadcasts.

Benefits of the new NKU Soccer Stadium to the campus and community: • Provides a championship-caliber soccer stadium that will permit Northern Kentucky University to host sporting events, including NCAA championship tournaments, and Kentucky High School Athletic Association district, regional, and state championships. This will attract visitors who will benefit the area financially, bring prospective students to the campus. • Provides lighted facilities with adequate seating and crowd control that permits Northern Kentucky University to increase the number of games held at convenient times for spectators, and allow facility use over a greater period of time by youth, high school teams, and community teams, thus giving the intercollegiate athletics program additional exposure and financial benefits. • Provides the soccer teams the opportunity to compete on-campus in regular-season games and post-season championships in front of supportive home crowds. • Provides the opportunity to recruit top-notch studentathletes in soccer to compete at the highest level in NCAA Division II. • Provides a start University’s outdoor restrooms, ticketing, for athletics, campus programs.

to centralize Northern Kentucky sports venues to efficiently use concessions, storage and parking recreation, and physical education

• Enhances the quality of life on campus for NKU students, staff and faculty. • Provides the opportunity to engage through much needed programs with the surrounding community. http://www.nkunorse.com

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2013

Schedule

Date Opponent

Site

Time

Aug. 25

vs Kentucky (Exhibition)

Highland Heights, Ky.

Aug 30

at IPFW

Fort Wayne, Ind.

7:30 p.m.

Sept. 6

vs Dayton (1)

Dayton, Ohio

7:30 p.m.

Sept. 8

vs. Eastern Illinois (1)

Dayton, Ohio

11 a.m.

Sept. 13

vs Western Michigan (II)

Charleston, Ill.

2 p.m.

Sept. 15

vs Loyola-Chicago (II)

Charleston, Ill.

1 p.m.

Sept. 18

at Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio

7 p.m.

Sept. 20

at Wright State

Dayton, Ohio

8 p.m.

Sept. 22

at Marshall

Huntington, W.Va.

Sept. 29

vs Bowling Green

Highland Heights, Ky.

Oct. 4

at Stetson*

Deland, Fla.

7 p.m.

Oct. 6

at Florida Gulf Coast*

Fort Meyers. Fla.

1 p.m.

Oct. 11

vs North Florida*

Highland Heights, Ky.

Oct. 19

at Lipscomb*

Nashville, Tenn.

Oct. 21

vs IUPUI

Highland Heights, Ky.

7 p.m.

Oct. 23

vs East Tennessee State*

Highland Heights, Ky.

7 p.m.

Oct. 26

vs Jacksonville*

Highland Heights, Ky.

7 p.m.

Oct. 30

at UNC-Asheville

Asheville, N.C.

Nov. 2

vs Mercer*

Highland Heights, Ky.

Nov. 9

at USC-Upstate

Spartanburg, S.C.

7 p.m.

2:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

7 p.m. 7 p.m.

3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

* denotes A-Sun conference match (1) Dayton Classic, Dayton, Ohio (II) Eastern Illinois 50 Year Classic, Charleston, Ill Home games are in BOLD

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Roster 2013

No. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 31 32 33

Name A.J. Fleak Ian O’Reilly Austin Pierce Gavin Colton Nick McGregor Brendan Murphy Nathan Sexton Mohammad Salhieh Nicholas Chiarot Justin Wolstenholme Matt Dombrosky Noah Johnson Caleb Eastham Danny Laird Cian McDonald Christian Johnson Yaw Addai Craig Heard Alex Weber Ronald Moss Ben Rossoll Dalton Robinson Setho Moshoeshoe Tanner Dice Nick Merhaut Toby Frohlich Ben Dorn Cauldon Feldhaus

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

Hgt. 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-4 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-7 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-1

Wgt. 220 187 155 165 165 170 160 163 162 155 165 160 200 170 155 165 170 155 165 170 165 155 164 155 150 165 160 180

Cl. So. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.. Sr. Fr.

Hometown/High School (Previous) Sunbury, Ohio / Big Walnut Dublin, Ireland / Colaiste Choilm Loveland, Ohio / Archbishop McNicholas (Slippery Rock) Leixlip, Ireland / Confey College Versailles, Ky. / Woodford County (Kentucky) Tamworth, England / St. Francis of Assisi (Kentucky) Cincinnati, Ohio / Elder Springfield, Ohio / Kenton Ridge Brampton, Ontario / Notre Dame Sydney, Australia / The Hills (Cincinnati) Prospect, Ky. / North Oldham Kent, Ohio / Roosevelt Mason, Ohio / Mason (Cleveland State) Greenville, Ind. / Floyd Central Firhouse, Ireland / Colaiste Choilm Hamilton, Ohio / Fairfield (Cincinnati State) Calgary, Alberta / St. Mary’s Northampton, England / Northampton (Kentucky) St. Charles, Mo. / Chaminade Kent, Ohio / Rootstown (Bellarmine) Cox’s Creek, Ky. / Bethlehem Louisville, Ky. / Atherton Prospect, Ky. / St. Francis Mt. Sterling, Ky. / Montgomery Canfield, Ohio / Carroll (Cincinnati State) Parma Heights, Ohio / St. Edward (Cleveland State) Beavercreek, Ohio / Beavercreek Jeffersonville, Ind. / Jeffersonville (IUPUI)

Head Coach: John Basalyga Assistant Coache: Jeff Chaney Graduate Assistant Coach: Stephen McGill

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Meet the Norse Nick McGREGOR

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Senior • Midfielder/Forward Versailles, Ky. • Kentucky

AT NKU: Enters his second season at NKU...adds quality depth to the Norse attacking midfield...made a total of 16 appearances for the Norse in 2012, starting 10 games...played a total of 903 minutes, including putting in a 90 minute performance in NKU’s 1-0 victory over USC Upstate. BEFORE NKU: Spent two years at the University of Kentucky…did not see action. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three years for coach Willie Wilson at Woodford County High School...helped lead Woodford County to the state runner up finish as a junior...was named MVP as a junior and the most valuable offensive player as a junior and senior...also played for the Bluegrass Soccer Club White 92’s from age 11-17.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 16-10 0 16-10 0

14 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 .000 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0

MINS 903 903

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Seniors

7

Brendan MURPHY

Senior • Forward Tamworth, England • Kentucky

AT NKU: Enters his second season for the Norse...will be a key player and strong leader for the Norse attack...in 2012 he began his NKU career with 18 appearances and 13 starts...recorded over 1,000 minutes of playing time... netted two goals in for the Norse including one in the 2-0 victory over IPFW and scored an equalizer against Jacksonville, which would propel the Norse to a 2-1 victory over their A-Sun rivals...also added two assists on the year, including the set-up that resulted in a goal for Craig Heard in the 1-0 win over USC-Upstate. BEFORE NKU: Played two seasons at Kentucky…Appeared in 31 games over two seasons for the Wildcats, starting seven…Named Conference USA player of the week on November 8, 2010.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G 18-13 2 18-13 2

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 2 6 28 .071 9 2 6 28 .071 9

SOG% .321 .321

GW 1 1

MINS 1027 1027

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Meet the Norse Mohammed SALHIEH

9

Senior • Forward Springfield, Ohio • Kenton Ridge HS

AT NKU: Enters his senior season at NKU...creative striker who supplies a goal scoring threat to the Norse attack...in 2012, made 17 appearances for the Norse, including 3 starts...scored two goals this season, one against Milwaukee and the other a game winner against Western Illinois...recorded 10 shots on target with a shooting percentage of .526...in 2011, played in 18 games, starting two…Led the Norse with five assists and was tied for the lead with five goals…Scored three game winning goals, including the goal in a 1-0 win over Lewis on October 2nd....in 2010 he appeared in 14 games, starting one…scored three goals…notched his first marker in a 6-0 victory over Kentucky Wesleyan on Sept. 12…had the game-winning tally against Indianapolis on Sept. 17. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Kenton Ridge High School... scored 79 goals in 71 games with the Cougars...two-time Central Buckeye Conference Player of the Year and three-time first-team All-CBC honors... first player in Kenton Ridge history to earn three All-Ohio selections...holds school records in career goals (79) and assists (29)

SEASON 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 14-1 3 18-2 5 17-3 2 49-6 10

16 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 6 17 .176 7 5 15 26 .192 14 0 4 19 .105 10 5 25 62 .161 31

SOG% .412 .538 .526 .500

GW 1 3 1 5

MINS 424 686 514 1624

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Seniors

10

Nick CHIAROT

Senior • Forward Brampton, Ontario • Notre Dame HS

AT NKU: Enters his senior season at NKU...a creative, experienced forward who will lead the Norse attack...made 16 appearances for the Norse in 2012, starting 4 times...recorded one assist in the victory over IPFW...in 2011, played in all 19 games, starting 15 of them…scored three goals and added three assistss... scored a goal in a 2-0 win over Northwood in the first round of the NCAA Midwest Regional...in 2010 was named All-GLVC third-team honoree…started all 25 games for the Norse…totaled four goals and six assists during his freshman campaign…scored a goal in his first collegiate game, a 4-0 victory over Findlay… notched NKU’s game winner in a 2-1 win over Southern Indiana on Sept. 5… tallied three assists in a 6-0 win over Kentucky Wesleyan on Sept. 12…assisted a goal in NKU’s 3-2 win over Missouri S&T in the NCAA Midwest Regional final. BEFORE NKU: A 2010 graduate of Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School... played club soccer with Woodbridge Strikers U17, where he led the team to the championship of the Ontario Indoor Cup...scored 28 goals in 40 games over his last two seasons...also an accomplished track & field athlete and volleyball player.

SEASON 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G A 25-25 4 6 19-15 3 3 16-4 0 1 50-44 7 10

Pts Shots Shot% SOG 14 34 .118 13 9 29 .103 11 1 10 .000 4 24 73 .096 28

SOG% .382 .379 .400 .384

GW 1 0 0 1

MINS 1377 1036 712 3125 2013 Media Guide • 17


Meet the Norse

17

Christian JOHNSON

Senior • Defender Hamilton, Ohio • Cincinnati State

AT NKU: Begins his senior season with the Norse...will be a leader in the defensive backline...in 2012, he made an appearance in every game, starting 17 of them...recorded the second most minutes of playing time on the team with 1,452. BEFORE NKU: Spent two seasons at Cincinnati State…Named to the NJCAA Region XII second team and the OCCAC All-Conference first team during his sophomore season.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 18-17 0 18-17 0

18 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 20 .000 6 0 0 20 .000 6

SOG% .300 .300

GW 0 0

MINS 1452 1452

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Seniors

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Craig HEARD

Senior • Forward Northampton, England • Kentucky

AT NKU: Enters his senior season with the Norse...will be an on the field leader for the Norse attack....in 2012, made 12 appearances for the Norse, starting 10 times...scored a three goals in games against North Florida, Jacksonville, and USC Upstate...recorded one assist against Stetson...was named A-Sun Player of the Week in October. BEFORE NKU: Spent two seasons at Kentucky…appeared in 10 games over two seasons for the Wildcats....a 2010 graduate of the Northampton School for Boys…was the top goal scorer for the Northampton Senior Youth Football League in 2008-09...scored 39 goals in his final two seasons of high school play.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G 12-10 3 12-10 3

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 1 7 13 .231 9 1 7 13 .231 9

SOG% .692 .692

GW 3 3

MINS 582 582

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Meet the Norse Alex WEBER

20

Senior • Midfielder St. Charles, Mo. • Chaminade HS

AT NKU: Enters his senior season with the Norse...will play a variety of roles for NKU in the midfield and the defensive backfield...made a total of 15 appearances for the Norse in 2012, starting 11 games...recorded over 1,000 minutes of playing time, solidifying his role in the lineup as a midfielder and defender...in 2011, appeared in 15 games, starting three... added depth to the NKU back four…part of an NKU defense that allowed just 13 goals in 19 games....in 2010, came off the bench in 12 contests for the Norse…scored his only goal on Sept. 24 to give the Norse a 2-2 draw at Wisconsin-Parkside. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Chaminade College Preparatory School...scored nine goals and added eight assists in 53 games over his last two prep seasons...named an All-Metro Catholic Conference honorable mention after his senior season...helped lead the Red Devils to a district championship in 2008...played club soccer for the St. Louis Soccer Club, claiming top-two finishes in state play in five of the last seven seasons.

SEASON 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 12-0 1 15-3 0 15-11 0 42-14 1

20 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 2 1 1.000 1 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 3 .000 2 0 2 4 .250 3

SOG% 1.000 .000 .667 .750

GW 0 0 0 0

MINS 472 589 1053 2114

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Seniors

32

Ben DORN

Senior • Goalkeeper Beavercreek, Ohio • Beavercreek HS

AT NKU: Enters his senior year at NKU...provides leadership and work ethic to the squad... in 2012, made one appearance for the Norse, recording 4 saves in the 3-2 loss to Pittsburg...appeared in 16 games, starting 14 in 2011…posted a 9-4-0 record…recorded five shutouts… had a stellar goals allowed average of just 0.69...in 2010, tallied 48 minutes of playing time in four appearances off the bench…earned his first collegiate win in a 1-0 decision over Missouri S&T on Oct. 15. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Beavercreek High School...helped the Beavers to a 15-3-4 record in 2009 and a berth in the Division I state semifinals where Beavercreek fell to eventual state champion Gahanna Lincoln, 2-0...2009 All-Greater Western Ohio Conference first-team honoree, also earned All-Central Division honors in 2008...claimed 12 shutouts over the last two seasons...made 99 saves during his senior season and led the conference with a .930 save percentage

SEASON 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS 4-0 16-14 1-0 21-14

MINS 48 1236 88 1372

GA 0 11 3 14

GaAvg 0.00 0.80 3.07 0.92

SV 0 31 4 35

SV% .000 .738 .571 .714

SO 0 5 0 5

W-L-T 1-0-0 9-4-0 0-1-0 10-5-0

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Meet the Norse

2

Ian O’REILLY

Junior • Defender Dublin, Ireland • Colaiste Choilm

AT NKU: Enters his junior season at NKU...a big defender who will be an anchor in the Norse backline and a threat in set pieces...made 16 appearances with 14 starts in 2012...played the third highest number of minutes at 1,248....scored a goal off of a header in NKU’s first Atlantic Sun Conference victory over North Florida...in 2011, was named to the All-GLVC third team…Started all 18 games he appeared in…Part of an NKU defense that posted 10 shutouts and allowed just 13 goals in 19 games...scored two goals, one vs. Saint Joseph’s and the other against Kentucky Wesleyan. BEFORE NKU: A 2011 graduate of Colaste Ide College in Dublin, Ireland…played center back for Shelbourne FC’s U-17 squad.

SEASON 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 18-18 2 16-14 1 34-32 3

22 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 4 5 .400 2 0 2 12 .083 5 0 6 17 .250 7

SOG% .400 .417 .412

GW 1 0 1

MINS 1288 1248 2536

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Juniors Austin PIERCE

3

Junior • Forward Loveland, Ohio • Slippery Rock

AT NKU: Begins his second season with the Norse…Provides depth for the Norse back four....in 2012, made 6 appearances for the Norse in the back line, starting on three occasions. BEFORE NKU: Spent his freshman season at Division II Slippery Rock University...appeared in all 17 games for Slippery Rock, making four starts, and scoring three goals. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four times in soccer at Archbishop McNicholas High School…a four-year varsity starter…a four-time All-Greater Catholic League selection…received All-Southwest Ohio accolades twice…earned All-Ohio, All-City and All-Southwest Ohio honors as a senior…named the MVP of the All-Southwest Ohio All-Star Game in 2010…led McNicholas to four Greater Catholic League Central Division titles and two district championships.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G 6-3 0 6-3 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 2 .000 0 0 0 2 .000 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0

MINS 306 306

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Meet the Norse Nathan SEXTON

8

Junior • Defender Cincinnati, Ohio • Elder HS

AT NKU: Enters his third season with the Norse…provides depth for the Norse defense...in 2012, made one appearance in the Norse back line during the 3-0 loss to East Tennessee State...in 2011, appeared in one contest, a 4-0 victory vs. Findlay. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 graduate of Elder High School...collected a goal and eight assists over his last two seasons with the Panthers...named Community Press Sportsman of the Year and first-team All-Greater Catholic League during his senior season...team captain, also captained the Elder ice hockey team.

SEASON 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 1-0 0 1-0 0 2-0 0

24 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000

GW 0 0 0

MINS 6 24 30

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Juniors Cian McDONALD

16

Junior • Forward Firhouse, Ireland • Colaiste Choilm

AT NKU: Begins his junior season as a Norse...has been a bright talent in the midfield and looks to continue performing at a high level...in 2012, proved to be reliable in the midfieler by amassing 18 appearances and 17 starts...scored two goals against Belmont and Mercer...recorded two assists against Jacksonville and USC Upstate...posted a shots on goal percentage of .591...appeared in 19 games in 2011, starting 13...scored a goal vs. Kentucky Wesleyan on 9/9…totaled four assists for the season. BEFORE NKU: A 2011 graduate of Templeogue College in Dublin, Ireland…guided the attack for the Shelbourne FC U-17 team and will bring that fire across the Atlantic Ocean for the Norse.

SEASON 2011 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G 19-13 1 18-17 2 38-30 3

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 4 6 32 .031 14 2 6 22 .091 13 6 12 54 .055 27

SOG% .438 .591 .500

GW 0 0 0

MINS 893 958 1851

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Meet the Norse

31

Toby FROHLICH

Junior • Goalkeeper Parma Heights, Ohio • Cleveland State

AT NKU: Enters his second year with the Norse...will compete for playing time for NKU’s No. 1 goalkeeper spot....in 2012, made a total of six appearances for NKU, starting 4 times...recorded 17 saves and posted a save percentage of .654. BEFORE NKU: Began his collegiate career at Cleveland State…Earned one start for the Vikings in a match against St. Bonaventure. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered all four years at St. Edward High School... helped the Eagles reach the regional semifinals twice...named Team MVP... Cleveland Plain Dealer ‘Player to Watch’...Greater Cleveland honorable mention as a sophomore and second team honoree as a junior.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS 6-4 6-4

26 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

MINS 369 369

GA 9 9

GaAvg 2.20 2.20

SV 17 17

SV% .654 .654

SO 0 0

W-L-T 0-3-0 0-3-0

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Sophomores

1

A.J. FLEAK

Sophomore • Goalkeeper Sunbury, Ohio • Big Walnut HS

AT NKU: Enters his second season at NKU…looks to solidify his position as the No. 1 keeper for the Norse....in 2012, proved to be a bright spot for the Norse in their first season in Divison I, recording a team high 45 saves...made 14 starts for NKU, winning seven games...was named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman team...had the third lowest goals against average in the conference at .099...named A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week in October...ranked third in conference in save percentage at .776. BEFORE NKU: Spent one season as a member of the football team at the University of Cincinnati HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 graduate of Big Walnut High School in Sunbury, Ohio...Was named first-team All-League three times in his career...also a three-time All-Ohio goalkeeper...helped lead Big Walnut to two district championships and a regional runner-up...named to the All-Ohio football team as a kicker.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS 14-14 14-14

MINS 1183 1183

GA 13 13

GaAvg 0.99 0.99

SV 45 45

SV% .776 .776

SO 4 4

W-L-T 7-6-1 7-6-1

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Meet the Norse Gavin COLTON

4

Sophomore • Midfielder/Defender Leixlip, Ireland • Confey College

AT NKU: Enters his second season at NKU...a solid athlete who can play as a holding midfielder or defender...in 2012, challenged for playing time in his first year with the Norse...made 14 appearances, including seven starts... played in the midfield and back line, showing his versatility. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Confey Community College in Leixlip, Ireland...named 2010 player of the year for the Confey team as a midfielder and defender...played club soccer for University College Dublin AFC, scoring two goals and recording nine assists over two seasons.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 14-7 0 14-7 0

28 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 4 .000 1 0 0 4 .000 1

SOG% .250 .250

GW 0 0

MINS 850 850

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Sophomores Justin WOLSTENHOLME Sophomore • Forward Sydney, Australia • Cincinnati

11

AT NKU: Enters his second season for NKU...will add depth to the attacking force...in 2012, made six appearances for NKU, including coming on during victories against IPFW and Jacksonville. BEFORE NKU: Transferred from the University of Cincinnati. HIGH SCHOOL: Captained his high school team, The Hills, that won Super League Championship in 2007…Scored 25 goals in 22 matches in his final year…Named to the Sydney FC youth academy in 2010…Scored 82 goals in added 43 assists over four years.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G 6-0 0 6-0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0

MINS 142 142

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Meet the Norse Danny LAIRD

15

Sophomore • Defender Greenville, Ind. • Floyd Central HS

AT NKU: Begins his sophomore season for the Norse...looks to solidify his role as a starter in the back line....made appearances in 14 games in 2012, starting each one of them...recorded over 1,000 minutes of playing time, proving his value as a defender...recorded an assist in the 1-1 draw against Florida Gulf Coast. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Floyd Central High School...masterful distributor from the back row for the Highlanders...tallied 21 assists over his final two seasons to go along with eight goals...earned all-conference and allarea awards in each of his final two seasons.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

GP-GS G 14-14 0 14-14 0

30 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 1 1 15 .000 4 1 1 15 .000 4

SOG% .267 .267

GW 0 0

MINS 1080 1080

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Sophomores

18

Yaw ADDAI

Sophomore • Midfielder Calgary, Alberta • St. Mary’s HS

AT NKU: Enters his second season at NKU…will be a key part of the Norse midfield...in 2012, made an appearance in every game for the Norse last season, including being named a starter 13 times...was one of eight Norse players to record over 1,000 minutes of playing time...recorded one assist in the victory over IPFW. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Alberta, Canada.

SEASON 2012 TOTAL

http://www.nkunorse.com

GP-GS G 18-13 0 18-13 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG 1 1 7 .000 4 1 1 7 .000 4

SOG% .571 .571

GW 0 0

MINS 1125 1125

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Meet the Norse Matt DOMBROSKY

12

Freshman • Midfielder Prospect, Ky. • North Oldham HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of North Oldham High School...amassed 42 goals and 32 assists in three seasons...captained the Mustangs his senior year... played club soccer at the youth level with the River City Rovers in Louisville, winning five State Championships.

Noah JOHNSON

13

Freshman • Midfielder Kent, Ohio • Theodore Roosevelt HS HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Theodore Roosevelt High School in Kent, Ohio...played four seasons at varsity level with the Rough Riders, ending his career with 20 goals and 15 assists...played club level soccer with the Cleveland Interntaionals, adding eight goals and seven assists for the club.

Caleb EASTHAM

14

Junior • Forward Mason, Ohio • Cleveland State BEFORE NKU: Spent two seasons with Cleveland State, making 32 appearances, starting 14 times...recorded two career assists with the Vikings. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Mason High School...played on the varisty squad for three seasons, ending his career with a 45-6-6 overall record...set the school record in career goals at 30...was named the Greater Miami Conference Player of the Year after amassing a school record 18 goals his senior year, also adding six assists...led his side to two regional semi-final appearances...as a senior, was named to the All-State, All-Region, and All-Conference teams.

32 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Newcomers Ronald MOSS

21

Sophomore • Midfielder Kent, Ohio • Bellarmine

BEFORE NKU: Spent his freshman season at Bellarmine making seven appearances and getting one assists for the Knights. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Rootstown (Ohio) High School...scored 33 goals for the Rovers and added 16 assists during his career...was named AllState as a senior, as well as being named Conference Player of the Year...was named first-team All-District and All-Conference three times.

Ben ROSSOLL

22

Freshman • Defender Cox’s Creek, Ky. • Bethlehem HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Bethlehem High School...scored 87 career goals with the Eagles, while also adding 34 career assists... was named All-District and All-Region twice, as well as being named second-team All-State as a junior...was the team’s Offensive Player of the Year for three staight seasons...played club soccer with Lexington FC, netting eight career goals and five assits...was also a member of the varsity basketball team.

Dalton ROBINSON

23

Freshman • Midfielder/Forward Louisville, Ky. • Atherton HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Atherton High School in Louisville... captained his high school team his senior year, netting 14 goals and adding seven assists...scored 30 goals in his high school career...was part of the River City Rovers Youth Academy that won numerous state titles.

http://www.nkunorse.com

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Meet the Norse Setho MOSHOESHOE

24

Freshman • Midfielder Prospect, Ky. • St. Francis HS

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of St. Francis High School...also played on the varsity basketball team...was a member of the River City Rovers Youth Academy.

Tanner DICE

25

Freshman • Midfielder Mt. Sterling, Ky. • Montgomery HS HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Montgomery (Ky.) High School...scored 39 career goals for the Indians and recorded 28 career assists...was a four-year varsity player, making 88 career appearances...received All-State recognition after his junior and senior seasons...was named first-team Academic All-State all four years in high school...played club soccer with Lexington FC, adding eight goals and 22 career assists for the club.

34 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


Newcomers Nick MERHAUT

26

Junior • Midfielder Canfield, Ohio • Cincinnati State BEFORE NKU: Transferred from Cincinnati State where he scored nine career goals and added eleven assists...was named a two-time scholar athlete in 2012 and 2013...in 2013 he was honored with the President’s Award. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 graduate of ECOT.

Cauldon FELDHAUS

33

Freshman • Goalkeeper Jeffersonville, Ind. • IUPUI

BEFORE NKU: Spent one year at IUPUI, but was not a part of the Jaguars soccer team. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Jeffersonville (Ind,) High School....made 370 career saves over three seasons for the Red Devils, including a season high 161 during his senior year...was named team MVP three times...earned AllAcademic honors three times, and was twiced named to the All-Conference team.

http://www.nkunorse.com

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2012 Results Date xAug. 17 Aug. 24 Aug. 26 # Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 * Sept. 25 Sept. 30 * Oct. 2 * Oct. 7 * Oct. 9 * Oct. 14 * Oct. 16 * Oct. 21 * Oct. 26

Opponent Kentucky at Wisconsin-Green Bay at Wisconsin-Milwaukee vs Radford at High Point at IUPUI at Pittsburgh at Belmont at Western Illinois at Bradley Florida Gulf Coast IPFW at North Florida at Jacksonville at East Tennessee State Stetson at Mercer USC-Upstate Lipscomb

WLT Score T 2-2 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-6 L 0-1 L 2-3 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 T (2OT) 1-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-3 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 L (OT) 0-1

Overall A-Sun Attend Goals scored -- -- 1,206 Salhieh 36’ , McDonald 45’ 0-1-0 -- 120 0-2-0 -- 213 Salheih 14’ 0-3-0 -- 229 0-4-0 -- 662 0-5-0 -- 702 0-6-0 -- 535 Toney 15’ 54’ 1-6-0 -- 186 McDonald 71’ , Walker 89’ 2-6-0 -- 245 Salhieh 86’ 2-7-0 -- 572 2-7-1 0-0-1 730 Walker 76’ 3-7-1 0-0-1 289 Murphy 14’ ,Bartlett 49’ 4-7-1 1-0-1 501 O’Reilly 22’ , Heard 86’ 5-7-1 2-0-1 74 Murphy 56’ , Heard 81’ 5-8-1 2-1-1 477 6-8-1 3-1-1 433 Toney 34’ 6-9-1 3-2-1 413 McDonald 23’ 7-9-1 4-2-1 134 Heard 17’ 7-10-1 4-3-1 403

x Exhibition game * A-SUN match # Neutral site game Home games are in BOLD

TEAM RECORD W-L-T Overall: 7-10-1 Conference: 4-3-1 Home: 3-1-1 Away: 4-8 Neutral 0-1 Overtime: 0-1-1

ATTEND Dates Total Average Total: 18 6918 385 Home: 5 1989 398 Away: 12 4700 392 Neutral 1 229 229

36 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


2012 Final Stats ## Name GP-GS Min G A Pts 23 Toney, Nick 18-8 713 3 2 8 19 Heard, Craig 12-10 582 3 1 7 28 Walker, Kevin 18-16 952 2 3 7 4 Murphy, Brendan 18-13 1027 2 2 6 16 McDonald, Cian 18-17 958 2 2 6 9 Salhieh, Mohammed 17-3 514 2 0 4 3 Bartlett, Michael 18-18 1545 1 1 3 2 O’Reilly, Ian 16-14 1248 1 0 2 10 Chiarot, Nicholas 16-4 712 0 1 1 11 El Tawila, Mohab 7-0 112 0 1 1 15 Laird, Danny 14-14 1080 0 1 1 18 Addai,Yaw 18-13 1125 0 1 1 6 McGregor, Nick 16-10 903 0 0 0 7 Parker, Shawn 12-1 180 0 0 0 8 Sexton, Nathan 1-0 24 0 0 0 12 Wolstenholme, Justin 6-0 142 0 0 0 13 Little, Jack 8-0 268 0 0 0 14 Colton, Gavin 14-7 850 0 0 0 17 Johnson, Christian 18-17 1452 0 0 0 20 Weber, Alex 15-11 1053 0 0 0 21 Schneider, Colby 11-0 262 0 0 0 22 Juniet, Austin 2-0 78 0 0 0 24 Brent, Collin 1-1 90 0 0 0 27 Roberts, Raymond 1-0 35 0 0 0 29 Seikman, Colyn 2-0 9 0 0 0 30 Pierce, Austin 6-3 306 0 0 0 00 Frohlich, Toby 6-4 369 0 0 0 0 Dorn, Ben 1-0 88 0 0 0 1 Fleak, A.J. 14-14 1183 0 0 0 Total............... 18 - 16 15 47 Opponents........... 18 - 25 24 74

Sh Shot% SOG SOG% YC-RC GW PK-ATT 17 .176 6 .353 0-0 1 0-0 13 .231 9 .692 0-0 3 0-0 22 .091 11 .500 2-0 0 0-0 28 .071 9 .321 3-0 1 0-0 22 .091 13 .591 1-0 0 0-0 19 .105 10 .526 2-0 1 0-0 11 .091 2 .182 1-0 0 0-0 12 .083 5 .417 4-0 0 0-0 10 .000 4 .400 1-0 0 0-0 1 .000 0 .000 1-1 0 0-0 15 .000 4 .267 0-0 0 0-0 7 .000 4 .571 3-0 0 0-0 1 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 2 .000 1 .500 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 3 .000 1 .333 1-0 0 0-0 4 .000 1 .250 2-1 0 0-0 20 .000 6 .300 2-0 0 0-0 3 .000 2 .667 0-0 0 0-0 4 .000 4 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 2 .000 0 .000 1-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 216 .074 92 .426 24-2 6 0-0 222 .113 91 .410 11-3 10 1-2

## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T SO Shots Faced 00 Frohlich, Toby 6-4 368:53 9 2.20 17 .654 0 3 0 0 77 0 Dorn, Ben 1-0 87:53 3 3.07 4 .571 0 1 0 0 18 1 Fleak, A.J. 14-14 1182:57 13 0.99 45 .776 7 6 1 4 125 Total............... 18 1639:43 25 1.37 66 .725 7 10 1 4 220 Opponents........... 18 1639:43 16 0.88 76 .826 7 207 GOALS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Kentucky 7 9 0 0 16 Opponents 9 15 1 0 25 SHOTS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Kentucky 102 109 2 3 216 Opponents 94 125 2 1 222 SAVES BY PERIOD Northern Kentucky Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 30 35 0 1 66 40 35 0 1 76

CORNERS BY PRD Northern Kentucky Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 40 43 0 1 84 25 69 2 0 96

FOULS BY PERIOD Northern Kentucky Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 135 136 0 2 273 90 99 2 2 193

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NKU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 16-216 25-222 Goals scored per game 0.89 1.39 Shot pct. .074 .113 Shots on goal-Attempts 92-216 91-222 SOG pct. .426 .410 Shots/Game 12.0 12.3 Assists 15 24 CORNER KICKS

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PENALTIES Yellow cards 24 11 Red cards 2 3 ATTENDANCE Total 1989 4929 Dates/Avg Per Date 5/397 13/379

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SCORING SUMMARY: 1 1:30 NKU Andrews (3) (Meyer) 2 9:12 NKU Beattie (25) (Montgomery) 3 38:30 NKU Beattie (26) 4 39:20 DC Ali (3) 5 82:54 NKU Holder (14) Shots: Dowling 5, Northern Kentucky 11 Saves: Dowling 1 (Kucera 1), Northern Kentucky 1 (Lavric 1) LOUISVILLE, Ky. – One game farther. That has been the mission of the Northern Kentucky University men’s soccer team since reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history back in 2006. Two years ago, the dream ended at this point. A talented Dowling (N.Y.) squad took an overtime win and ended NKU’s climb just short of the summit. Not this year. On the back of a two-goal performance from senior captain Steven Beattie, the Norse earned a 4-1 victory over the Golden Lions and will play for the team’s first ever national championship this Saturday. NKU will take on Rollins in the championship final 38 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

It is a journey that began eight years ago for head coach John Basalyga, who watched that 2003 squad win just four games and miss the conference tournament. On Thursday, he watched the Norse improve to 19-2-3 on the season with one game to go. The Norse offense came out on fire in the first half, scoring two goals in the first 10 minutes. AllAmerica defender Paul Andrews got NKU on the board just 75 seconds into the game, flicking on a header shot past Dowling goalkeeper Chris Kucera for his third goal of the season. Anthony Meyer got the assist on the goal, which ignited the heavily partisan Norse crowd at Owsley B. Frazier Stadium. “I was just trying to throw it at the goalkeeper and make him have to make a decision on whether to play it or not,” said Meyer, who picked up his fifth assist of the season and his second in as many games. ”He just ended up missing it and we headed it into the goal.” “It’s always important to score first, especially against a team like Dowling,” added Beattie. “Experience is on their side. They’re a former national champion and have been to this level several times.” The Ron Lenz National Player of the Year could not be denied forever, as Beattie added a tally of his own in the 10th minute after Andrew Montgomery created a turnover and fed a long through ball to Beattie, who first beat defender Stefan Draskovic and then Kucera on the left post to extend the lead to 2-0. “We were 50-50 on the ball, and [Draskovic] was much bigger than me,” said Beattie of the eventual game winner. “I just got my body in between him 2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


2010 In-Review and the ball, got shoulder in there and got a shot off. “To be honest, I thought he had the ball and was going to hook it away, but somehow it found my feet and I put it away. It was an absolute delight.” Beattie added another goal in the 39th minute off a direct free kick from 20 yards out for his 26th goal of the year, putting him just one behind the nation’s leading scorer. It took just 50 seconds for Dowling to answer and get themselves on the board. After a strong corner kick was headed off the crossbar by an NKU defender, an all-out scramble in the penalty area put the ball at the feet of Sulemana Ali, who knocked in his third goal of the year to cut the lead to 3-1. The Norse made their adjustments in the second half, however, and shut down any hopes of a Dowling comeback. “We played better in the second half than we did in the first,” said Basalyga, who enjoyed his 115th coaching victory. “We were able to figure out what they were doing and make the adjustments.” The Norse boss gave a lot of credit for the defensive shutdown to the young Norse midfield, including Michael Bartlett, Nicholas Chiarot and Jordan Kotsopolous. “The composure that those three kids had on a stage like this was unbelievable,” said Basalyga. “They neutralized the opposing midfield for the most part and took away some of their options. “They’re not the most technical players, but they’re like puppy dogs that just bug you all day long. They’re little gnats.” With time running short, freshman Michael Holder put the icing on the cake with his 14th goal of the season on a takeaway deep in Dowling territory. Michael Lavric was hardly tested in the game, seeing just five shots and making one save in the victory. Though it may have seemed one-sided, Basalyga was quick to praise the opposition, “This is a very talented team with a great pedigree. We’re very humbled to be able to play at the level that they play. It was a great game.” Meyer was happy to have banished the ghost of 2008’s semifinal defeat, “I still remember that game two years ago, and the way the boys came out today and fought hard and the confidence we had made it that much sweeter.” So now the Tars of Rollins await, the one game farther, the chance at a national championship. Saturday’s title clash will be the seventh time a Norse team has played for a national championship. The men’s basketball team played in back-to-back national title games in 1996 and 1997. The women’s soccer team was defeated by UC-San Diego in the 2000 national championship game, while the women’s basketball team captured national titles in 2000 and 2008 while falling short in the 2003 championship game.

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NCAA National Championship (Louisville, Ky.)

Northern Kentucky 3 Rollins 2 Goals by period 1 2 Tot Northern Kentucky 2 1 3 Rollins 0 2 2

“I couldn’t seem to find my touch,” said Beattie, who was named the Ron Lenz National Player of the Year earlier this week. “As an Irishman, I’m not used to the snow, so that’s my excuse. “[Rollins] said in the paper that they’ve never seen the snow, so we tried to use that in our favor.” It appeared to be a deciding factor in NKU’s second goal, this time from sophomore Jordan Grant, who extended the Norse lead in the 33rd minute.

SCORING SUMMARY: 1 9:06 NKU Little (3) (Andrews) 2 32:59 NKU Grant (3) 3 47:54 RC New (4) (Boone) 4 51:14 RC Clifford (5) 5 64:16 NKU Holder (15) (Meyer)

Michael Bartlett came crashing into the penalty area with a chance just six yards out, but his shot was deflected wide. Grant came in with a desperation touch to sneak the ball inside the right post for his third goal of the season, but none more important.

Shots: Northern Kentucky 11, Rollins 14 Saves: Northern Kentucky 9 (Lavric 9), Rollins 6 (Baker 6)

“The first 15 minutes of the second half we knew [Rollins] was going to come out strong,” said NKU head coach John Basalyga of the tenacious opponents.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The storybook could not have had a more dramatic, or sweeter, ending.

Disaster appeared to strike for the Norse in the second half as Adam New headed down a corner kick from Kevin Boone and beat NKU goalkeeper Michael Lavric on a bounce.

In the driving snow, in front of hundreds of faithful fans, the Northern Kentucky University men’s soccer team accomplished a feat that no men’s team at NKU ever has, winning the NCAA Division II national championship with a 3-2 victory over Rollins College. NKU finishes the season with a 20-2-3 record. Jack Little got the crowd roaring a little over nine minutes into the contest, just flicking a free-kick opportunity from Paul Andrews past the outstretched hands of Tar goalkeeper Keneil Baker for his third goal of the season. NKU senior Steven Beattie was held in check for the better part of the game. One of his best chances of the game came early on a ball played back to Baker. Beattie looked to slide in and steal a goal, but the Rollins goalkeeper was able to lift the ball with his boot and prevent the Irishman from sliding in for the marker. 40 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

The Norse appeared to be in good shape, entering the halftime intermission with a 2-0 lead. But the Tars were not down yet.

Three minutes later, off another set piece opportunity for the Tars, an attempted clearance by Andrews in the box came off the head of Rollins’ Jack Clifford and into the twine for the equalizer. “You have a two-goal lead and with the snap of a finger, in two minutes, it’s all wiped away,” said the senior Lavric, who made nine saves in the victory. “It feels like the game is starting to slip away from you.” Two of those saves came just five minutes later, as Bradley Welch came in with a long shot from the right side that Lavric turned away, but sent the rebound toward the top of the 18-yard-box. Rollins midfielder Andreas Mayer came hard with a low shot back in, but Lavric also turned the rebound away and kept the Norse level.

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2010 In-Review NKU turned it around in the 65th minute, starting on an offensive flurry that saw Beattie take his only shot of the game, which was blocked eight yards out by the Rollins back line. However, NKU continued to press the attack, with Anthony Meyer picking up the loose ball and dribbling forward. Meyer sent a seeking cross into the box, and found the head of freshman Michael Holder, who gave his best effort. “I was just trying to make contact and get it on goal,” said Holder of the quick shot. The result just popped off the hands of the Rollins goalkeeper and into the back of the net to give Holder his 15th goal of the season and the Norse the lead. “It was a typical Northern Kentucky game,” said Basalyga. “Give up a couple of goals and figure out a way to score a game-winner. We’ve been doing that all year long.” Rollins continued to pour in shots in the final 25 minutes of the contest, but Lavric stood tall with four big saves late in the game. “Everything just happened so fast, it’s just reaction,” said Lavric. “[Coach] reminded me, just keep your body behind the ball and keep it out of the back of the net. It may not be pretty, but as long as it stayed out I guess I did my job.” “It was absolutely amazing coming here and having a 12th man,” added Beattie, who credited the NKU faithful in the stands for the lift the defense needed late. “The last 15 minutes, with our backs against the wall, that noise from the fans really pulled us through.” Another turning point for the Norse came in the 85th minute when Nicholas Chiarot took a hard foul from Jack Clifford while going after a ball down the sideline. Clifford, who was already shown a yellow card earlier in the half, saw his second booking and was sent off, forcing the Tars to try and catch up while playing a man down. NKU was able to control play from there, keeping the ball in the offensive half for the remainder of the contest and taking the hard-fought victory. “We’re not the prettiest team in the world,” added Basalyga. “(Rollins) were very technical, very big, in some cases more skilled than we are. But the way we train and what we do and how we do it, it’s that ‘gut’ thing we have. “I’d rather win ugly than lose good.”

national semifinals in 2008.

Basalyga was the first coach to get NKU into the NCAA Tournament, qualifying for the first time in 2006. The Norse proceeded to win the next three Midwest Regional championships, advancing to the

However, it was the following season, in which NKU was eliminated in the first round of the postseason, that Basalyga feels motivated this team above all. “How many people get upset after going 15-6? These kids were upset,” said Basalyga, “They practiced on their own for two weeks before the season started to get them ready for me. It’s a tribute to these kids and what they’ve done.” Beattie, whose storied career at NKU ended in the most magnificent way, sees this as just the beginning for a young and talented team that will return with the same fire next year. “I was the first international player brought in, and back then Coach told me that this program was on the rise,” said Beattie. “And I leave with a semifinal and a national championship. It’s a credit to everyone associated with the program. We worked hard, we’ve got our new facility, and we’re still on the rise.”

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All-time Results 1980 7-7-1

Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

Sept. 6 UNION (KY.).......................... T 5-5 OT Sept. 9 at Bellarmine.......................................... L 0-6 Sept. 16 MARSHALL..................................... L 0-1 Sept. 19 at Kentucky Christian........................W 2-1 Sept. 20 at Morehead State................................ L 0-4 Sept. 24 TRANSYLVANIA..........................W 3-1 Sept. 27 at Georgetown (Ky.)..........................W 6-2 Sept. 30 KENTUCKY..................................W 2-0 Oct. 3 at Marshall............................................ L 1-5 Oct. 14 CUMBERLAND (KY.).................W 4-2 Oct. 23 at Asbury................................................ L 0-3 Oct. 27 at Transylvania...................................... L 0-2 p Oct. 30 vs Union (Ky.)......................................W 3-2 p Oct. 31 vs Cumberland (Ky.)...........................W 2-1 p vs Eastern Kentucky............................. L 3-5

1981

KISA Champions - 9-5-1 Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

vs Oakland ............................................................ L 0-5 vs Bellarmine.........................................................W 2-1 vs Union (Ky.)........................................................W 2-1 vs Louisville ............................................................ L 0-1 vs Eastern Kentucky............................................W 2-1 vs Morehead State......................................... T 6-6 OT vs Marshall ..........................................................W 1-0 vs Transylvania......................................................W 2-1 vs Wittenberg......................................................... L 0-2 vs Centre ..........................................................W 6-1 vs Miami (Ohio)...................................................... L 1-3 vs Georgetown (Ky.)...........................................W 6-1 vs Berea ............................................................ L 0-2 p vs Centre ..........................................................W 1-0 p vs Transylvania......................................................W 3-0

1982

NAIA District 32 Champions - 11-9-2 Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

Sept. 4 vs Malone.............................................W 1-0 Sept. 5 at Wright State..................................W 3-1 Sept. 8 at Earlham..................................... T 0-0 OT Sept. 11 at Wilmington (Ohio)........................ L 1-4 Sept. 18 at Missouri-St. Louis........................... L 0-3 Sept. 19 at Missouri-Rolla................................. L 0-1 Sept. 22 at Bellarmine........................................ L 1-3 Sept. 25 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN............. L 1-2 Sept. 26 MARYVILLE (TENN.).................... L 3-5 Sept. 29 at Louisville........................................... L 1-2 Oct. 2 TRANSYLVANIA........................W 11-2 Oct. 6 WITTENBERG.............................W 1-0 Oct. 13 at Morehead State............................W 4-1 Oct. 17 at Marshall..........................................W 1-0 Oct. 20 BEREA.............................................W 4-0 Oct. 26 ASBURY..........................................W 2-1 p Oct. 29 at Georgetown (Ky.).........................W 9-0 p Oct. 30 BEREA.............................................W 1-0 Nov. 3 XAVIER............................................. L 1-5 p Nov. 5 at Louisville.........................................W 3-1 p Nov. 6 vs Asbury................................... T 1-1 OT(a) p vs Tennessee Wesleyan....................... L 1-3 (a)KISA Tournament - Asbury wins on PK, 5-4

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1983

NAIA District 32 Champions - 12-6 Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

Sept. 6 EARLHAM.....................................W 5-1 Sept. 14 LOUISVILLE...................................W 2-0 Sept. 17 BELLARMINE................................W 5-0 Sept. 21 at Bethany (W.V.)................................ L 0-4 Sept. 24 at Asbury............................................W 3-1 Oct. 1 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 3-2 Oct. 2 vs Vanderbilt.........................................W 3-1 Oct. 4 WRIGHT STATE............................ L 2-7 Oct. 6 at Wittenberg....................................W 4-2 Oct. 12 CINCINNATI................................W 1-0 Oct. 15 at Cedarville......................................... L 2-4 Oct. 16 SIENA HEIGHTS..........................W 3-0 Oct. 22 at Berea...............................................W 2-0 Oct. 29 at ISU-Evansville.................................. L 0-3 Oct. 30 vs Oakland.............................................. L 1-4 p Nov. 5 TRANSYLVANIA..........................W 5-2 p Nov. 6 ASBURY..........................................W 4-2 p Nov. 12 at Tusculum.......................................... L 0-2

1984

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12-4-3; 5-0-2 GLVC Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

Sept. 3 at Bellarmine......................................W 2-0 Sept. 6 at IPFW..................................... W 3-2 OT2 Sept. 10 CENTRE.........................................W 5-0 Sept. 13 at Indianapolis....................................W 6-0 Sept. 14 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 4-0 Sept. 20 ASBURY..........................................W 8-0 Sept. 24 CEDARVILLE.................................W 4-0 Sept. 27 at Wilmington (Ohio)........................ L 3-6 Sept. 28 vs Wisconsin-Parkside.....................W 2-1 Oct. 1 WITTENBERG....................... T 2-2 OT Oct. 11 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 2-0 Oct. 15 TRANSYLVANIA..........................W 5-1 Oct. 18 BEREA.............................................W 1-0 Oct. 22 at Louisville.........................................W 3-1 Oct. 25 vs Southern Indiana..................... T 1-1 OT Oct. 26 vs Lewis......................................... T 3-3 OT Oct. 29 at Cincinnati..................................L 0-2 OT Nov. 1 at Wright State.................................... L 0-3 Nov. 5 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN............. L 1-2

1987

NAIA District 32 Champions - 10-12 Head Coach: Paul Rockwood GLVC Champions - 11-11-1; 5-2 GLVC Sept. 8 at West Virginia Wesleyan................. L 0-7 Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

Sept. 9 vs Davis & Elkins................................... L 0-7 Sept. 13 LEWIS............................................... L 1-5 Sept 15 WHEELING..................................... L 0-1 Sept. 19 at Earlham............................................. L 1-3 Sept. 22 at Wilmington (Ohio)........................ L 1-2 Sept. 23 vs Alderson-Broaddus........................ L 1-11 Sept. 26 at Bellarmine......................................W 3-2 Sept. 29 BEREA.............................................W 6-0 Oct. 2 WITTENBERG.............................W 2-1 Oct. 4 at Wright State.................................... L 1-4 Oct. 10 ASBURY..........................................W 7-0 Oct. 13 CEDARVILLE.................................W 2-0 Oct. 14 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 1-0 Oct. 21 at Cincinnati......................................... L 0-2 Oct. 24 at Louisville.........................................W 2-1 Oct. 27 at Oakland............................................ L 0-5 Oct. 28 vs Wisconsin-Parkside......................... L 1-2 Oct. 30 TRANSYLVANIA..........................W 4-1 p ASBURY..........................................W 3-0 p BEREA.............................................W 4-0 p at King (Tenn.)..................................... L 1-2

1985

Sept. 3 LOUISVILLE...................................W 3-1 Sept. 5 at Missouri-Rolla................................. L 1-2 * Sept. 9 IPFW...............................................W 2-0 Sept. 12 at Akron................................................ L 1-5 * Sept. 13 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 2-0 * Sept. 16 BELLARMINE.................................. L 2-4 Sept. 19 at Wright State.................................. L 1-10 Sept. 22 WILMINGTON (OHIO)...... T 2-2 OT * Sept. 25 LEWIS.............................................W 2-1 Sept. 30 at Ohio State........................................ L 0-4 Oct. 7 at Dayton.............................................. L 1-3 * Oct. 10 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 1-0 Oct. 14 MIAMI (OHIO).............................W 3-2 Oct. 16 NORTHEAST MISSOURI STATE.. L 2-4 Oct 17 BEREA.............................................W 7-0 Oct. 21 CINCINNATI................................W 3-2 * Oct. 24 at Southern Indiana............................. L 1-3 * Oct. 27 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 9-0 Oct. 31 at Shippensburg................................... L 0-2 Nov. 1 at Oakland............................................ L 0-3 p Nov. 5 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 3-2 p Nov. 7 LEWIS.............................................W 1-0 p Nov. 8 BELLARMINE................................W 4-0

1988

4-12-1; 1-2-1 GLVC Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

Sept. 2 LOUISVILLE...................................W 3-2 Sept. 7 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN...W 4-0 * Sept. 11 BELLARMINE................................W 5-1 Sept. 14 at Wheeling.......................................... L 0-1 Sept. 21 at Cedarville......................................... L 0-1 Sept. 25 at Transylvania....................................W 4-0 * Sept. 29 at Lewis................................................. L 0-1 Oct. 2 at Wittenberg...................................... L 0-1 * Oct. 6 at Kentucky Wesleyan................ T 3-3 OT Oct. 9 CINCINNATI.................................. L 1-4 Oct. 13 WRIGHT STATE............................ L 0-2 Oct 16 at Asbury............................................W 3-1 Oct. 19 WILMINGTON (OHIO).............. L 1-2 Oct. 23 at Miami (Ohio)................................... L 0-2 Oct. 26 XAVIER............................................. L 0-2 * Oct. 27 SOUTHERN INDIANA................ L 0-2 p Nov. 2 at Southern Indiana............................. L 1-2

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Sept. 3 at Miami (Ohio)................................... L 0-2 Sept. 7 ALDERSON-BROADDUS........... L 1-5 Sept. 11 WRIGHT STATE............................ L 0-3 Sept. 14 at Bellarmine........................................ L 0-1 Sept. 17 at Northeast Missouri State............. L 1-7 Sept. 18 at Missouri-Rolla................................. L 2-3 Sept. 24 at McKendree....................................... L 1-4 Sept. 25 at Wilmington (Ohio)........................ L 0-6 Sept. 30 IPFW................................................. L 2-3 Oct. 1 INDIANAPOLIS................... W 2-1 OT Oct.5 at Gannon............................................. L 1-8 Oct. 8 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 2-1 Oct. 15 at Lewis................................................. L 0-1 Oct. 16 at Saint Joseph’s........................... T 2-2 OT Oct. 18 OHIO STATE.................................. L 1-3 2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


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1989

7-14-1; 4-2-1 GLVC Head Coach: Paul Rockwood

vs Marshall ............................................................ L 0-2 GANNON........................................................W 2-1 SHIPPENSBURG............................................... L 1-4 vs Alderson-Broaddus........................................... L 0-1 vs Davis & Elkins..................................................... L 0-4 vs Miami (Ohio)...................................................... L 1-2 * vs IPFW ..........................................................W 5-0 * vs Indianapolis.......................................................W 5-2 * vs Bellarmine........................................................... L 1-2 vs East Stroudsburg............................................... L 0-4 vs Wright State....................................................... L 0-3 * vs Kentucky Wesleyan................................... T 1-1 OT vs Wilmington (Ohio)........................................... L 0-1 * vs Lewis ..........................................................W 3-1 * vs Saint Joseph’s....................................................W 3-2 * vs Southern Indiana............................................... L 0-2 vs Thomas More..................................................... L 1-4 vs Butler ............................................................ L 0-2 vs Transylvania......................................................W 2-0 p vs Saint Joseph’s....................................................W 3-0 p vs Bellarmine........................................................... L 2-3 p vs Lewis ............................................................ L 1-4

1990

9-9-1; 6-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

MOREHEAD STATE................................. T 1-1 OT LINCOLN MEMORIAL.................................W 1-0 vs Thomas More..................................................... L 0-2 vs Butler ............................................................ L 0-3 * vs Southern Indiana............................................... L 1-3 OAKLAND......................................................... L 0-2 * vs Indianapolis.......................................................W 4-0 * vs IPFW ..........................................................W 3-0 * vs Bellarmine................................................. W 5-3 OT * vs Kentucky Wesleyan.........................................W 2-0 * vs Lewis ..........................................................W 4-0 * vs Saint Joseph’s....................................................W 5-1 vs Missouri-St. Louis.............................................. L 1-2 vs Northeast Missouri State................................ L 0-1 vs Transylvania........................................................ L 0-3 vs Xavier .....................................................L 1-2 OT p vs Kentucky Wesleyan................................. W 3-2 OT p vs Bellarmine.........................................................W 1-0 p vs Southern Indiana............................................... L 0-6

1991

12-8; 5-2 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

vs Thomas More...................................................W 3-1 vs Lincoln Memorial............................................W 2-1

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vs Berea ..........................................................W 6-1 * vs Kentucky Wesleyan....................................L 2-3 OT vs Xavier ............................................................ L 1-3 * vs Indianapolis.......................................................W 3-0 * vs IPFW .................................................. W 3-1 OT vs Transylvania......................................................W 2-0 * vs Bellarmine.........................................................W 3-1 vs Wilmington (Ohio)........................................... L 0-2 vs Morehead State...............................................W 6-1 vs Lindsey Wilson............................................L 3-4 OT * vs Lewis ..........................................................W 4-2 * vs Saint Joseph’s............................................ W 4-3 OT vs Miami (Ohio)...................................................... L 0-5 * vs Southern Indiana............................................... L 0-2 vs Missouri-St. Louis.............................................. L 0-6 p vs Indianapolis.......................................................W 3-1 p vs Southern Indiana............................................... L 1-3 p vs IPFW ..........................................................W 3-0

1994

15-6-1; 5-0-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

Sept. 3 at West Virginia Wesleyan...............W 2-0 Sept. 4 at Charleston (W.Va.)........................ L 2-4 Sept. 6 MARSHALL...................................W 4-0 Sept. 8 at Transylvania....................................W 3-1 Sept. 10 WHEELING JESUIT....................... L 0-4 * Sept. 14 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 8-0 Sept. 17 at Shippensburg.................................W 1-0 Sept. 18 at Shepherd........................................W 4-1 Sept. 21 at Lincoln Memorial..........................W 6-4 * Sept. 24 at Lewis...............................................W 2-1 * Sept. 25 at Saint Joseph’s........................... T 1-1 OT * Sept. 28 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 3-1 * Oct. 1 at Bellarmine......................................W 5-0 Oct. 2 at Alabama-Huntsville......................W 2-0 Oct. 8 IUPUI...............................................W 4-0 Oct. 9 MERCYHURST............................... L 2-4 Oct. 15 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE............. L 0-3 GLVC Champions - 13-7-2; 4-2 GLVC * Oct. 16 IPFW...............................................W 3-0 Head Coach: John Toebben Oct. 22 at Florida Tech...................................... L 0-4 vs Alderson-Broaddus.........................................W 3-1 Oct. 29 ST. MEINRAD..............................W 13-0 vs Transylvania......................................................W 2-0 p Nov. 2 BELLARMINE................................W 3-0 vs Thomas More...................................................W 5-1 p Nov. 5 at Lewis..........................................L 1-3 OT vs Northeast Missouri State............................. W 2-1 vs Miami (Ohio)...................................................... L 0-1 vs Ohio State.......................................................... L 1-3 * vs Indianapolis.......................................................W 6-0 GLVC Champions - 16-4-2; 6-1-1 * vs Lewis ............................................................ L 1-2 GLVC * vs Saint Joseph’s....................................................W 2-0 Head Coach: John Toebben * vs Bellarmine.........................................................W 4-0 vs Wheeling Jesuit.......................................... T 0-0 OT Sept. 2 ST. FRANCIS (IND.).....................W 3-0 vs Xavier .....................................................L 4-6 OT Sept. 3 NORTHEAST MISSOURI STATE..T 1-1 OT vs Mercyhurst..................................................L 1-2 OT Sept. 9 CHARLESTON (W.VA.).............W 3-2 vs Oakland ............................................................ L 3-5 Sept. 10 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE..........W 4-3 vs Mo.-St. Louis............................................... T 1-1 OT * Sept. 16 at IPFW...............................................W 6-2 * vs IPFW ..........................................................W 4-3 * Sept. 17 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 1-0 vs Wilmington (Ohio).........................................W 6-1 Sept. 21 at Wheeling Jesuit.............................W 2-0 * vs Kentucky Wesleyan....................................L 2-3 OT * Sept. 23 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 3-0 vs Brescia ..........................................................W 3-0 Sept. 24 SHEPHERD....................................W 2-1 p vs Indianapolis.......................................................W 4-0 Sept. 26 LINCOLN MEMORIAL..............W 5-3 p vs IPFW .................................................. W 2-1 OT * Sept. 30 LEWIS............................................... L 0-2 p vs Bellarmine.........................................................W 2-0 * Oct. 1 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 1-0 Oct. 4 at Transylvania....................................W 4-2 * Oct. 7 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 6-0 * Oct. 11 at Bellarmine......................................W 2-1 GLVC Champions - 13-4-2; 5-0-1 Oct. 14 at Mercyhurst....................................... L 0-3 Oct. 15 at Gannon............................................. L 2-4 GLVC Oct. 19 at Marshall............................................ L 1-2 Head Coach: John Toebben * Oct. 29 at Southern Indiana..................... T 1-1 OT Sept. 4 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 1-3 p Nov. 2 BELLARMINE................................W 4-1 Sept. 9 at Sue Bennett...................................W 8-1 p Nov. 4 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 4-3 Sept. 11 at Wheeling Jesuit.............................W 3-2 p Nov. 5 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 2-1 Sept. 12 at Alderson-Broaddus................ T 1-1 OT Sept. 19 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN...W 2-1 * Sept. 25 LEWIS.............................................W 3-2 * Sept. 26 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 3-2 14-5-1; 7-3-1 GLVC Oct. 2 at Mercyhurst....................................... L 0-1 Head Coach: John Toebben Oct. 3 at Lock Haven...................................... L 0-4 Aug. 31 WHEELING JESUIT. ....................W 2-0 * Oct. 6 BELLARMINE................................W 4-1 Oct. 9 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE............ L 2-3 Sept. 3 UNION (KY.)................................W 4-2 Oct. 10 THOMAS MORE........................W 10-0 Sept. 14 at Findlay.............................................W 3-1 Oct. 14 LINCOLN MEMORIAL..............W 2-0 Sept. 15 at Ashland...........................................W 3-1 * Oct. 16 at Indianapolis....................................W 3-1 * Sept. 21 at Missouri-St. Louis................... T 1-1 OT * Oct. 17 at IPFW......................................... T 1-1 OT * Sept. 22 at Quincy............................................W 3-1 * Oct. 23 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 4-0 Sept. 25 TRANSYLVANIA..........................W 2-0 Oct. 24 at Brescia.............................................W 3-1 * Sept. 28 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 6-2 p Nov. 6 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 2-1 * Sept. 29 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 9-0 at Wisconsin-Parkside................L 1-2 OT p Nov. 7 LEWIS.............................................W 2-0 * Oct. 5 * Oct. 6 at Lewis................................................. L 0-3 * Oct. 12 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 3-0

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All-time Results * Oct. 13 SIU EDWARDSVILLE.................... L 3-4 Oct. 19 at Martin Methodist..........................W 4-3 Oct. 20 at Alabama-Huntsville........................ L 1-6 * Oct. 23 BELLARMINE................................W 8-2 Oct. 26 DAVIS & ELKINS..........................W 7-0 * Nov. 2 IPFW...............................................W 4-2 * Nov. 3 at Kentucky Wesleyan.............. W 4-2 OT p Nov. 9 at Missouri-St. Louis........................... L 0-1

1997

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7-12; 6-5 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

Aug. 25 vs Truman State..................................... L 0-5 Aug. 27 vs Rockhurst.......................................... L 1-2 Sept. 2 FINDLAY.......................................... L 0-2 Sept. 3 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN.L 5-6 OT Sept. 8 WHEELING JESUIT....................... L 2-3 * Sept. 15 at Missouri-St. Louis........................... L 0-1 * Sept. 17 at Quincy.............................................. L 3-4 * Sept. 22 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 7-1 * Sept. 24 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 2-0 * Sept. 29 BELLARMINE................................W 2-0 Oct. 1 at Missouri-Rolla...............................W 3-2 * Oct. 6 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 3-2 * Oct. 8 SIU EDWARDSVILLE.............L 1-2 OT * Oct. 13 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 0-5 * Oct. 15 at Lewis................................................. L 0-1 * Oct. 20 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 4-3 * Oct. 22 IPFW...............................................W 4-1 Oct. 26 at Transylvania...................................... L 0-1 p Nov. 1 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 0-2

1998

7-10-1; 6-4-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

Sept. 1 at Georgetown (Ky.)........................... L 0-1 Sept. 12 WHEELING JESUIT................L 1-2 OT * Sept. 19 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 5-1 * Sept. 20 BELLARMINE................................W 3-2 * Sept. 23 IPFW...............................................W 1-0 Sept. 30 at IUPUI...............................................W 1-0 * Oct. 3 SIU EDWARDSVILLE..................W 3-0 * Oct. 4 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 5-1 * Oct. 10 at Lewis................................................. L 0-2 * Oct. 11 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 1-2 * Oct. 17 INDIANAPOLIS............................. L 2-3 * Oct. 18 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 5-1 Oct. 21 at Charleston (W.Va.)........................ L 1-2 * Oct. 24 at Quincy...................................... T 0-0 OT * Oct. 25 at Missouri-St. Louis....................L 2-3 OT Oct. 31 at Mercyhurst....................................... L 0-2 Nov. 1 at Gannon............................................. L 1-3 p Nov. 4 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 1-3

1999 8-10-1; 4-6-1 GLVC

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2001

10-9; 7-3 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

Aug. 25 TRUMAN STATE............................ L 1-2 Aug. 26 ROCKHURST...............................W 2-1 Sept. 1 at Findlay............................................... L 1-4 Sept. 7 at Virginia Commonwealth............. L 1-11 Sept. 8 at Southern Virginia..........................W 2-1 * Sept. 14 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 1-0 * Sept. 16 BELLARMINE................................W 1-0 Sept. 19 at Charleston (W.Va.)...............L 2-3 OT2 * Sept. 23 INDIANAPOLIS................. W 4-3 OT2 Sept. 28 HILLSDALE....................................W 2-1 * Sept. 30 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 5-0 * Oct. 5 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 1-4 * Oct. 7 at Lewis................................................. L 1-2 * Oct. 12 SIU EDWARDSVILLE.................... L 0-3 * Oct. 14 QUINCY........................................W 2-1 * Oct. 19 at Missouri-St. Louis.........................W 3-2 * Oct. 21 at Southern Indiana...........................W 3-1 Oct. 28 MISSOURI-ROLLA......................... L 0-5 p Oct. 31 QUINCY.......................................... L 2-3

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6-10-2; 3-6-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

Aug. 31 FINDLAY................................ T 1-1 OT2 Sept. 1 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE.......... L 1-2 Sept. 7 vs Missouri Southern.........................W 2-1 Sept. 8 at Missouri-Rolla...............................W 3-1 Sept. 18 at Hillsdale..........................................W 4-0 Sept. 20 SOUTHERN INDIANA................ L 1-2 Sept. 22 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS.................... L 0-5 Sept. 27 at Quincy.............................................. L 1-2 Sept. 29 at SIU Edwardsville............................. L 1-3

Oct. 4 LEWIS............................................... L 1-2 Oct. 6 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE... T 1-1 OT2 Oct. 12 SOUTHERN VIRGINIA................ L 2-3 Oct. 13 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 3-1 Oct. 18 at Indianapolis....................................W 3-1 Oct. 25 at Bellarmine........................................ L 0-1 Oct. 27 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 6-0 Nov. 2 at Truman State................................... L 2-3 Nov. 3 at Rockhurst......................................... L 0-2

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4-9-3; 2-5-3 GLVC Head Coach: John Basalyga

Aug. 30 FINDLAY........................................W 4-2 Aug 31 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE.......... L 0-2 Sept. 6 at Ashland............................................. L 0-4 Sept. 13 TRUMAN STATE............................ L 0-2 Sept. 14 ROCKHURST................................. L 1-2 Sept. 19 at Oakland City.................................W 4-1 Sept. 21 INDIANAPOLIS................... T 0-0 OT2 Sept. 26 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 4-0 Sept. 28 BELLARMINE........................ T 1-1 OT2 Oct. 3 at Missouri-St. Louis........................... L 1-2 Oct. 5 at Southern Indiana......................L 0-1 OT Oct. 10 SIU EDWARDSVILLE.................... L 0-4 Oct. 12 QUINCY................................ T 0-0 OT2 Oct. 17 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 2-1 Oct. 19 at Wisconsin-Parkside....................... L 1-2 Oct. 25 at Lewis................................................. L 0-2

2004

12-6-2; 6-3-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Basalyga

Aug. 28 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE....T 0-0 OT2 Aug. 29 FINDLAY................................ W 1-0 OT Sept. 3 ASHLAND.....................................W 1-0 Sept. 5 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS............W 1-0 Sept. 12 at Missouri-Rolla...............................W 2-1 * Sept. 17 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE... T 0-0 OT2 * Sept. 19 SAINT JOSEPH’S................ W 1-0 OT2 Sept. 21 MERCYHURST.............................W 2-0 * Sept. 24 at Quincy.......................................L 0-1 OT * Sept. 26 at SIU Edwardsville......................L 1-2 OT * Oct. 1 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 1-0 * Oct. 3 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS..................W 3-1 * Oct. 8 at Bellarmine......................................W 2-0 * Oct. 10 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 2-0 Oct. 17 at Truman State................................... L 0-2 Oct. 20 OAKLAND CITY.........................W 4-0 * Oct. 23 LEWIS.............................................W 2-0 * Oct. 27 at Indianapolis...................................... L 0-1 Oct. 29 at Gannon............................................. L 1-2 p Oct. 31 at Quincy.............................................. L 0-2

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Head Coach: John Toebben

Sept. 8 GEORGETOWN (KY.)...............W 2-1 Sept. 11 at Wheeling Jesuit.............................W 4-0 Sept. 12 at West Virginia Wesleyan..........L 2-3 OT Sept. 15 TRANSYLVANIA..........................W 3-1 Sept. 18 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS..................W 2-1 Sept. 19 QUINCY................................ T 1-1 OT2 Sept. 25 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 4-0 Sept. 26 at Indianapolis...................................... L 0-2 Oct. 2 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE............. L 1-4 Oct. 3 LEWIS............................................... L 0-1

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7-11-2; 4-6-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Toebben

Sept. 6 at Wheeling Jesuit............................... L 1-2 Sept. 7 at Davis & Elkins................................W 2-0 Sept. 10 at Transylvania.............................. T 2-2 OT * Sept. 14 at Bellarmine......................................W 3-1 Sept. 21 MERCYHURST........................L 0-1 OT * Sept. 26 at SIU Edwardsville............................. L 0-3 * Sept. 27 at Southern Indiana......................L 1-2 OT * Oct. 5 LEWIS............................................... L 2-3 * Oct. 6 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 2-1 * Oct. 11 at Indianapolis...................................... L 1-2 * Oct. 12 at Saint Joseph’s................................... L 3-4 * Oct. 18 QUINCY...................................L 1-2 OT * Oct. 19 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS.......... W 4-3 OT Oct. 22 CHARLESTON (W.V.)........ W 3-2 OT Oct. 25 vs Alderson-Broaddus.......................... L 1-2 Oct. 26 at West Va. Wesleyan.......................... L 0-4 * Nov. 1 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 9-1 * Nov. 2 at IPFW......................................... T 0-0 OT p Nov. 5 at Lewis...............................................W 1-0 p Nov. 8 vs Wisconsin-Parkside......................... L 0-1

Oct. 8 at Southern Indiana...........................W 3-2 Oct. 9 at SIU Edwardsville............................. L 1-3 Oct. 13 at Bellarmine........................................ L 0-1 Oct. 15 MISSOURI-ROLLA......................... L 0-1 Oct. 16 CHARLESTON (W.VA.)............... L 0-1 Oct. 23 at IPFW................................................. L 0-1 Oct. 24 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN... W 4-3 OT Oct. 30 at Truman State................................... L 0-7 Oct. 31 at Lincoln (Mo.).................................W 7-0

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11-8-2; 6-5-2 GLVC Head Coach: John Basalyga

Aug. 27 LINCOLN MEMORIAL.......L 2-3 OT2 Aug. 28 MERCYHURST.............................W 3-1 Sept. 3 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE........W 3-0 Sept. 9 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 3-0 Sept. 11 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 2-0 Sept. 16 at Drury..............................................W 2-0 Sept. 18 at Rockhurst......................................... L 0-5 Sept. 23 LEWIS.............................................W 1-0 Sept. 25 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE............. L 0-4 Sept. 30 TRUMAN STATE..........................W 1-0 Oct. 2 BELLARMINE................................W 3-1 2010 NCAA Division II National Champions


All-time Results Oct. 5 at Ashland............................................. L 1-2 * Oct. 7 at Missouri-St. Louis................. T 0-0 OT2 * Oct. 9 at Missouri-Rolla...............................W 1-0 * Oct. 14 SIU EDWARDSVILLE.................... L 0-1 * Oct. 16 QUINCY.......................................... L 0-3 Oct. 19 GANNON.....................................W 1-0 * Oct. 21 at Saint Joseph’s......................... T 0-0 OT2 * Oct. 23 at Indianapolis...................................... L 1-2 p Oct. 30 at Wisconsin-Parkside.....................W 2-1 p Nov. 4 vs Rockhurst ......................................... L 1-4

2006

NCAA Regional Champs - 16-3-3; 9-2-2 GLVC Head Coach: John Basalyga

Aug. 25 SALEM INTERNATIONAL........W 4-0 Aug. 27 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN...W 4-0 * Sept 1 INDIANAPOLIS......................L 0-1 OT * Sept. 3 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 2-1 * Sept. 8 at Quincy............................................W 2-1 * Sept. 10 at SIU Edwardsville................... T 1-1 OT2 * Sept. 15 MISSOURI-ROLLA......................... L 1-2 * Sept. 17 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS..................W 1-0 Sept. 24 at Mercyhurst.....................................W 1-0 * Sept. 26 BELLARMINE................................W 5-1 * Sept. 29 at Wisconsin-Parkside.....................W 1-0 * Oct. 1 at Lewis....................................... W 2-1 OT * Oct. 6 ROCKHURST....................... T 0-0 OT2 * Oct. 8 DRURY...........................................W 3-0 * Oct. 13 at Southern Indiana...........................W 1-0 * Oct. 15 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 2-0 Oct. 18 FINDLAY........................................W 2-1 p Oct. 22 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 3-0 p Oct. 27 vs Wisconsin-Parkside.......T 0-0 OT2 (a) p Nov. 2 vs Wisconsin-Parkside.......................W 4-0 p Nov. 4 at SIU Edwardsville................... W 3-2 OT p Nov. 12 LINCOLN MEMORIAL................ L 1-2 (a) Wisconsin-Parkside advances on PKs, 6-5

2007

NCAA Regional Champs - 22-2; 13-0 GLVC Head Coach: John Basalyga

Aug. 24 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN...W 4-0 Aug. 26 TRUMAN STATE..........................W 1-0 Aug. 31 at Findlay.............................................W 4-1 Sept. 2 at Tiffin................................................W 2-1 * Sept. 7 LEWIS.............................................W 1-0 * Sept. 9 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 1-0 Sept. 14 ASHLAND.....................................W 8-2 * Sept. 16 BELLARMINE................................W 1-0 * Sept. 21 at Missouri-Rolla...............................W 3-0 * Sept. 23 at Missouri-St. Louis.........................W 2-0 * Sept. 28 SIU EDWARDSVILLE........ W 1-0 OT2 * Sept. 30 QUINCY........................................W 1-0 * Oct. 5 at Indianapolis....................................W 1-0 * Oct. 7 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 3-1 * Oct. 12 SOUTHERN INDIANA.... W 1-0 OT2 * Oct. 14 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 4-0 * Oct. 19 at Rockhurst .....................................W 2-1 * Oct. 21 at Drury..............................................W 2-0 p Oct. 28 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 3-0 p Nov. 2 ROCKHURST...............................W 2-1 p Nov. 4 LEWIS............................................... L 0-1 p Nov. 9 GANNON.....................................W 5-2 p Nov. 11 SIU EDWARDSVILLE..................W 1-0 p Nov. 18 LINCOLN MEMORIAL................ L 1-2

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2008 NCAA National Semifinalist - 16-3-4; 9-1-1 GLVC Head Coach: John Basalyga

* Sept. 12 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN...........W 6-0 * Sept. 17 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 5-2 Sept. 19 ASHLAND.....................................W 3-2 * Sept. 24 at Wisconsin-Parkside............. T 2-2 OT2 * Sept. 26 at Saint Jospeh’s.................................W 3-0 * Oct. 1 ILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD............W 4-0 * Oct. 3 LEWIS............................................... L 0-2 * Oct. 8 at Rockhurst............................... T 2-2 OT2 * Oct. 10 at Quincy............................................W 2-0 * Oct. 15 MISSOURI S&T..................... W 1-0 OT * Oct. 17 DRURY...........................................W 3-0 * Oct. 22 at Missouri-St. Louis........................... L 1-2 * Oct. 24 at Maryville.........................................W 7-1 Oct. 27 at Ohio Dominican...........................W 2-1 p Oct. 31 ROCKHURST...............................W 2-1 p Nov. 5 MISSOURI S&T..................... W 2-1 OT p Nov. 7 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 3-0 p Nov. 12 QUINCY................................ W 2-1 OT p Nov. 14 MISSOURI S&T.............................W 3-2 p Nov. 21 WEST VA. WESLEYAN................W 3-0 p Dec. 2 vs Dowling..........................................W 4-1 p Dec. 4 vs Rollins.............................................W 3-2

Aug. 29 at West Va. Wesleyan.............. W 2-1 OT2 Aug. 31 CHARLESTON (W.VA.)............W 9-0 Sept. 5 CARSON-NEWMAN....... W 1-0 OT2 Sept. 7 FINDLAY........................................W 2-0 * Sept. 12 at Wisconsin-Parkside.....................W 2-0 * Sept. 19 QUINCY........................................W 2-1 * Sept. 21 MISSOURI S&T.............................W 3-1 * Sept. 26 at Drury.........................................L 2-3 OT * Sept. 28 at Rockhurst............................... T 0-0 OT2 * Oct. 5 SAINT JOSEPH’S..........................W 3-0 * Oct. 10 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS..................W 3-0 * Oct. 12 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 5-1 Oct. 14 at Ashland................................... T 1-1 OT2 * Oct. 17 at Kentucky Wesleyan......................W 6-0 * Oct. 19 at Bellarmine......................................W 3-1 * Oct. 26 INDIANAPOLIS...........................W 2-1 p Nov. 2 MISSOURI S&T.............................W 1-0 p Nov. 7 vs Bellarmine......................................W 3-2 p Nov. 9 at Rockhurst......................................... L 0-2 p Nov. 14 vs Ashland...........................................W 3-2 14-5-0; 11-3 GLVC p Nov. 16 vs Lewis.................................T 0-0 OT2 (a) Head Coach: John Basalyga p Nov. 22 at Millersville........................T 1-1 OT2 (b) p Dec. 5 vs Dowling.....................................L 1-2 OT Sept. 1 at Findlay.............................................W 4-0 Sept. 4 at Ashland...........................................W 2-1 (a) NKU advances on PKs, 4-3 * Sept. 9 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN.........W 12-0 (b) NKU advances on PKs, 5-4 * Sept. 11 at Southern Indiana...........................W 3-2 * Sept. 16 WILLIAM JEWELL.......................W 3-0 * Sept. 18 ROCKHURST...............................W 1-0 * Sept. 23 at Drury..............................................W 1-0 * Sept. 25 at Missouri S&T................................... L 1-2 15-6-2; 11-3 GLVC * Sept. 30 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 1-0 Head Coach: John Basalyga * Oct. 2 LEWIS.............................................W 1-0 Aug. 28 WEST VA. WESLEYAN................W 3-1 * Oct. 7 at Saint Joseph’s.................................W 5-1 Aug. 30 LAKE ERIE.....................................W 6-1 * Oct. 9 at Indianapolis.............................L 0-1 2OT * Sept. 3 at Southern Indiana................... W 2-1 OT * Oct. 14 at Quincy............................................W 1-0 Sept. 6 at Findlay.............................................W 1-0 * Oct. 16 at Illinois-Springfield.........................W 2-1 * Sept. 11 at Kentucky Wesleyan............ W 2-1 OT2 * Oct. 21 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS..................W 1-0 * Sept. 13 BELLARMINE................................W 4-1 * Oct. 26 at Bellarmine................................L 0-12OT Sept. 17 at Ashland................................... T 0-0 OT2 p Oct. 29 DRURY............................................. L 1-2 * Sept. 20 at Indianapolis....................................W 2-1 p Nov. 11 vs Northwood...................................W 2-0 * Sept. 25 SAINT JOSEPH’S............................ L 1-2 p Nov. 13 at Rockhurst......................................... L 0-2 * Sept. 27 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE...........W 2-1 * Oct. 2 at Lewis................................................. L 0-1 * Oct. 4 at Illinois-Springfield.........................W 6-0 * Oct. 9 QUINCY........................................W 2-0 7-10-1; 4-3-1 A-Sun * Oct. 11 ROCKHURST...............................W 4-1 Head Coach: John Basalyga * Oct. 16 at Drury..............................................W 2-1 * Oct. 18 at Missouri S&T.................................W 3-1 Aug.24 at UW-Green Bay............................... L 0-1 Oct. 21 at Carson-Newman............................ L 1-2 Aug. 26 at UW-Milwaukee............................... L 1-2 * Oct. 23 MARYVILLE...................................W 5-0 Aug. 31 at Radford............................................. L 0-1 * Oct. 25 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS.................... L 1-2 Sept. 2 at High Point........................................ L 0-6 p Nov. 1 MISSOURI S&T.............................W 3-2 Sept. 9 at IUPUI................................................. L 0-1 p Nov. 6 vs Lewis.................................T 0-0 OT2 (a) Sept. 14 at Pittsburgh......................................... L 2-3 p Nov. 8 at Drury................................................ L 0-1 Sept. 22 at Belmont..........................................W 2-1 p Nov. 13 at Drury................................................ L 0-1 Sept. 25 at Western Illinois.............................W 1-0 Sept. 29 at Bradley.............................................. L 0-1 (a) NKU advances on PKs, 4-2 * Oct. 4 FGCU..................................... T 1-1 (OT) Oct. 9 IPFW...............................................W 2-0 * Oct. 12 at North Florida................................W 2-1 * Oct. 14 at Jacksonville.....................................W 2-1 * Oct. 19 at ETSU................................................. L 0-3 NATIONAL CHAMPION * Oct. 21 STETSON......................................W 1-0 GLVC Champion - 20-2-3; 9-2-3 GLVC * Oct. 25 at Mercer.............................................. L 1-2 Head Coach: John Basalyga * Oct. 31 USC-UPSTATE..............................W 1-0 Sept. 3 FINDLAY........................................W 4-0 * Nov. 3 LIPSCOMB....................................... L 0-1 * Sept. 5 SOUTHERN INDIANA..............W 2-1 * Sept. 10 at Bellarmine.............................. T 1-1 OT2

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All-time Records All-Time Record versus opponents

(2013 opponents in bold) Akron..................................................................................0-1 Alabama-Huntsville..........................................................2-2 Alderson-Broaddus...................................................... 1-4-1 Asbury............................................................................ 7-1-1 Ashland........................................................................... 6-2-2 Bellarmine..................................................................28-10-2 Belmont..............................................................................1-0 Berea...................................................................................7-1 Bethany (W.Va.)................................................................0-1 Bradley...............................................................................0-1 Brescia................................................................................3-0 Butler..................................................................................0-2 Carson-Newman..............................................................1-1 Cedarville..........................................................................2-2 Centre................................................................................3-0 Charleston (W.Va.).........................................................3-4 Christian Brothers...........................................................1-0 Cincinnati......................................................... 2-3 Cumberland (Ky.).............................................................2-0 Davis & Elkins...................................................................2-2 Dayton.............................................................. 0-1 Dowling..............................................................................1-1 Drury..................................................................................6-4 Earlham.......................................................................... 1-1-1 East Stroudsburg..............................................................0-1 East Tennessee State....................................... 0-1 Eastern Kentucky.............................................................1-1 Findlay............................................................................. 9-2-1 Florida Gulf Coast....................................................... 0-0-1 Florida Tech.......................................................................0-1 Gannon...............................................................................3-4 Georgetown (Ky.)............................................................4-1 High Point..........................................................................0-1 Hillsdale..............................................................................2-0 Illinois-Springfield.............................................................3-0 IPFW........................................................... 14-2-2 IUPUI................................................................ 2-1

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Indianapolis.................................................................22-7-1 Jacksonville....................................................... 1-0 Kentucky............................................................................1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan....................................................26-4-3 King (Tenn.).......................................................................0-1 Kentucky Christian..........................................................1-0 Lake Erie............................................................................1-0 Lewis...........................................................................14-18-3 Lincoln (Mo.).....................................................................1-0 Lincoln Memorial.............................................................5-3 Lindsey Wilson..................................................................0-1 Lipscomb.......................................................... 0-1 Lock Haven........................................................................0-1 Louisville............................................................................6-3 Malone................................................................................1-0 Marshall............................................................ 3-4 Martin Methodist.............................................................1-0 Maryville (Tenn.)...............................................................0-1 Maryville (Mo.).................................................................2-0 McKendree........................................................................0-1 Mercer.............................................................. 0-1 Mercyhurst........................................................................3-6 Miami (Ohio)....................................................................1-6 Millersville...................................................................... 0-0-1 Missouri S&T (a)............................................................12-7 Missouri Southern...........................................................1-0 Missouri-St. Louis.......................................................8-10-3 Morehead State............................................................ 3-1-2 North Florida................................................... 1-0 Northwood.......................................................................1-0 Oakland..............................................................................0-6 Oakland City.....................................................................2-0 Ohio Dominican..............................................................1-0 Ohio State.........................................................................0-3 Quincy............................................................................ 9-7-3 Radford...............................................................................0-1 Rockhurst...................................................................... 6-7-3 Rollins.................................................................................1-0 Pittsburgh...........................................................................0-1

SIU Edwardsville........................................................... 4-9-1 Saginaw Valley State..................................................... 1-2-1 Saint Joseph’s...............................................................23-2-3 Salem International..........................................................1-0 Shepherd............................................................................2-0 Shippensburg.....................................................................1-2 Siena Heights....................................................................1-0 Southern Indiana (b)................................................14-14-2 Southern Virginia..............................................................1-1 St. Francis (Ind.)................................................................1-0 St. Meinrad.........................................................................1-0 Stetson............................................................. 1-0 Sue Bennett.......................................................................1-0 Tennessee Wesleyan.........................................................0-1 Thomas More....................................................................3-2 Tiffin....................................................................................1-0 Transylvania..................................................................15-4-1 Truman State (c)........................................................... 3-9-1 Tusculum.............................................................................0-1 Union (Ky.).................................................................... 3-0-1 USC-Upstate................................................... 1-0 Vanderbilt...........................................................................1-0 Virginia Commonwealth.................................................0-1 Western Illinois.................................................................1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan...................................................8-4 Wheeling Jesuit (d)....................................................... 4-6-1 William Jewell....................................................................1-0 Wilmington (Ohio)...................................................... 1-7-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay......................................................0-1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee......................................................0-1 Wisconsin-Parkside.................................................12-13-4 Wittenberg.................................................................... 3-2-1 Wright State.................................................... 0-8 Xavier.................................................................................0-5 (a) Formerly known as Missouri-Rolla (b) Formerly known as ISU-Evansville (c) Formerly known as Northeast Missouri State (d) Formerly known as Wheeling

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Individual Honors All-Time Individual Honors National Player of the Year Steven Beattie...................................................2008!, 2010* NSCAA selections ! - indicates Daktronics Ron Lenz National POTY * - indicates consenus selection All-Americans Dave Krebs...........................................................1982 (2nd) Kevin Cieply................................... 1983 (2nd), 1984 (3rd) Mark Fisher...........................................................1984 (HM) J.T. Roberts...........................................................1996 (HM) Tony Capurro........................ 2006 (2nd), 2007 (1st, 2nd!) Andy Bacon.................................................. 2007 (1st, 1st!) Braden Bishop............................................. 2007 (1st, 2nd!) Dan Impellizzeri................................................. 2007 (2nd!) Steven Beattie........................2008 (1st, 1st!), 2009 (1st!), ........................................................................ 2010 (1st, 1st!) Tony Ray................................................................. 2008 (1st) Eric Ashworth..................................................... 2008 (3rd!) Paul Andrews...................................................... 2010 (2nd!) Tommy Barrick.....................................................2011 (2nd) NSCAA selections ! - indicates Daktronics All-Americans All-Region Dave Krebs......................................................................1982 Kevin Cieply.........................................................1983, 1984 Mark Fisher...........................................................1983, 1984 Scott DeCuir...................................................................1987 David Volz.........................................................................1987 Tom McSwigan................................................................1988 Tom Ammann..................................................................1989 Tom Derenthal.....................................................1991, 1992 Todd Gruenwald.............................................................1992 Chad Scott.................................................1992, 1993, 1994 Tim Yacks...............................................................1992, 1993 Neil Currie......................................................................1993 J.T. Roberts................................................1993, 1994, 1996 Marty Tucker...................................................................1994 Nate Madden..................................................................2004 Chris Thompson.............................................................2004 Tony Capurro............................................2005, 2006, 2007 Andy Ortman..................................................................2006 Andy Bacon..........................................................2006, 2007 Braden Bishop...............................2006, 2007, 2009 (2nd!) Dan Impellizzeri..............................................................2007 Tony Ray....................................................... 2008 (1st, 2nd!) Eric Ashworth............................................. 2008 (2nd, 1st!) Steven Beattie.................2008 (1st, 1st!), 2009 (1st, 1st!), ........................................................................ 2010 (1st, 1st!) Michael Lavric.................................................... 2008 (2nd!) Chris Dobrowolski........................................... 2009 (2nd!) Seth Eckerlin....................................................... 2009 (2nd!) Paul Andrews............................................... 2010 (2nd, 1st!) Michael Holder.................................................. 2010 (2nd!) Anthony Meyer.................. 2010 (2nd!), 2011 (2nd, 2nd!) Tommy Barrick............................................. 2011 (1st, 1st!) Kevin Donnelly..............................................2011(1st, 1st!) Michael Bartlett.........................................2011 (2nd, 2nd!) NSCAA selections. ! - indicates Daktronics All-Region All-GLVC Scott DeCuir.............................................1985, 1986, 1987 Mark Fisher......................................................................1985 Scott Dunajcik................................................................1986 Herbie Kunz..............................................1986, 1988, 1989 Tom McSwigan.....................................................1986, 1987 Phil Wafford..........................................................1986, 1988 Mirko Rimac....................................................................1987 http://www.nkunorse.com

David Volz.........................................................................1987 Joe Buntic.........................................................................1989 Todd Gruenwald.....................................1989, 1991, 1992^ George Senfner........................................1989, 1990, 1991 Tom Ammann.......................................................1990, 1991 Ken Chard........................................................................1990 Tom Derenthal......................................1990, 1991^, 1992^ Tim Lawson..........................................................1990, 1991 Steve Giles.......................................................................1992 Jeb Snyder.............................................................1992, 1993 Kevin Wolff.......................................................................1992 Tim Yacks...............................................................1992, 1993 Neil Currie...........................................................1993, 1994 J.T. Roberts..................................... 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Chad Scott.................................................1993, 1994, 1995 Marty Tucker........................................................1994, 1996 Casey Seibert..................................................................1995 Ryan Schaeffer.................................................................1995 Steve Bornhoffer.................................................1995, 1997 Mike McDonald...................................................1996, 1997 Joe Resing.........................................................................1999 Mohamed Janah..............................................................2000 Jeff Anderson...................................................................2001 Kevin Crone....................................................................2001 Nate Madden................................................................2004^ Chris Thompson.............................................................2004 Andy Bacon............................................ 2004, 2006, 2007& Tony Capurro............................................2005, 2006, 2007 David Lies.........................................................................2005 Braden Bishop....................................2006#, 2007@, 2008 Dan Impellizzeri...................................................2006, 2007 Tony Ray...........................................................................2006 Eric Ashworth......................................................2007, 2008 Steven Beattie.................. 2007, 2008@, 2009@, 2010@ Michael Lavric.................................................................2008 Seth Eckerlin....................................................................2009 Chris Dobrowolski........................................................2009 Braden Bishop.................................................................2009 Paul Andrews...................................................................2010 Michael Holder............................................................ 2010# Michael Bartlett..............................................................2010 Nicholas Chiarot............................................................2010 Tommy Barrick................................................................2011 Michael Bartlett..............................................................2011 Kevin Donnelly...............................................................2011 Anthony Meyer...............................................................2011 Ian O’Reilly......................................................................2011 Mohammad Salhieh........................................................2011

Tim Byland.......................................................................1995 Matt Rollman...................................................................1995 Jens Schneider.................................................................1995 Eric Borg......................................... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Doug Millay...........................................................1997, 1998 Sam Renck.................................................1997, 1998, 1999 Pat Tully.......................................................1997, 1998, 1999 Greg Zaskowski...................................................1997, 1998 Kevin Crone................................... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Jimmy Dwertman...........................................................1998 Brad Trauth......................................................................1998 Kevin Morath............................................1999, 2000, 2001 Ben Otto..........................................................................1999 Stephen Spaulding..........................................................1999 Justin Kelly.......................................................................2000 Kevin Holder.................................. 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 David Lies........................................ 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Seth McGoff....................................................................2002 Randy Walters................................ 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Nathan Rudolph.............................................................2003 Jeremy Curington..........................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Kevin Donnelly.........................................2008, 2009, 2010 Michael Bartlett...................................................2009, 2010 Adam Latham.......................................................2009, 2010 Chris Dobrowolski........................................................2009 Ben Dorn.........................................................................2010 Atlantic Sun All-Academic Michael Bartlett..............................................................2012

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS SCORING (CAREER) Points 1 Steven Beattie (77g 30a) 2007-10..................... 184 2 Chad Scott (46g 29a) 1992-95..................... 121 3 Braden Bishop (46g 20a) 2006-09..................... 112 4 J.T. Roberts (38g 28a) 1993-96..................... 104 5 Todd Gruenwald (40g 21a) 1989-92..................... 101 6 Mark Fisher (35g 23a) 1982-85....................... 93 7 Jeff Anderson (37g 14a) 1999-02....................... 88 8 Steve Bornhoffer (37g 13a) 1994-97....................... 87 9 Marty Tucker (32g 17a) 1993-96....................... 81 10 Tom Derenthal (29g 16a) 1990-92....................... 74

Points per game (minimum 30 games) 1 Steven Beattie (90 games) 2007-10............. 2.04 2 Chad Scott (83 games) 1992-95............. 1.46 ^ - indicates GLVC Player of the Year 3 J.T. Roberts (78 games) 1993-96............. 1.33 & - indicates GLVC Defensive Player of the Year 4 Mark Fisher (72 games) 1982-85............. 1.29 @ - indicates GLVC Offensive Player of the Year 5 Todd Gruenwald (81 games) 1989-92............. 1.25 # - indicates GLVC Freshman of the Year 6 Braden Bishop (90 games) 2006-09............. 1.24 7 Tom Derenthal (61 games) 1990-92............. 1.21 All-Atlantic Sun 8 Jeff Anderson (75 games) 1999-02............. 1.17 A.J. Fleak.........................................................................2012# 9 Michael Holder (39 games) 2010-11............. 1.10 10 Mark Wolfson (32 games) 1983-84............. 1.09 #indicates A-Sun All-Freshman team Goals GLVC All-Academic 1 Steven Beattie 2007-10....................... 77 Steve Giles.................................................1990, 1991, 1992 2 Chad Scott 1992-95....................... 46 Todd Gruenwald..................................................1990, 1991 Braden Bishop 2006-09....................... 46 Tom Ammann..................................................................1991 4 Todd Gruenwald 1989-92....................... 40 Tom Derenthal................................................................1991 5 J.T. Roberts 1993-96....................... 38 David Stewart.................................................................1991 6 Jeff Anderson 1999-02....................... 37 Tim Yacks..........................................................................1991 Steve Bornhoffer 1994-97....................... 37 Kevin Wolff.......................................................................1992 7 Mark Fisher 1982-85....................... 35 Chris Yacks.......................................................................1992 8 Marty Tucker 1993-96....................... 32 Tim Yacks...............................................................1992, 1993 10 Tom Derenthal 1990-92....................... 29 Scott McLaughlin............................................................1993 Aaron Glass.....................................................................1993 Marty Tucker...................................................................1994 Chad Scott.......................................................................1995 2013 Media Guide • 47


Record Book Goals per game (minimum 30 games) 1 Steven Beattie (90 games) 2007-10............. 0.86 2 Chad Scott (83 games) 1992-95............. 0.55 3 Braden Bishop (90 games) 2006-09............. 0.51 4 Todd Gruenwald (81 games) 1989-92............. 0.49 4 Jeff Anderson (75 games) 1999-02............. 0.49 4 J.T. Roberts (78 games) 1993-96............. 0.49 4 Mark Fisher (72 games) 1982-85............. 0.49 4 Michael Holder (39 games) 2010-11............. 0.49 8 Tom Derenthal (61 games) 1990-92............. 0.48 9 Steve Bornhoffer (83 games) 1994-97............. 0.45 10 Mark Wolfson (32 games) 1983-84............. 0.44 Assists 1 Shawn Neace 2 Steven Beattie 3 Chad Scott 4 J.T. Roberts 5 Trevor Fugazzi 6 Mark Fisher Tony Ray 8 Todd Gruenwald 9 Braden Bishop 9 Anthony Meyer

1992-95....................... 33 2007-10....................... 30 1992-95....................... 29 1993-96....................... 28 1991-94....................... 24 1982-85....................... 23 2005-08....................... 23 1989-92....................... 21 2006-09....................... 20 2008-11....................... 20

Assists per game (minimum 30 games) 1 Shawn Neace (85 games) 1992-95............. 0.39 2 J.T. Roberts (78 games) 1993-96............. 0.36 3 Tim Anneken (37 games) 1980-82............. 0.35 4 Chad Scott (83 games) 1992-95............. 0.35 5 Steven Beattie (90 games) 2007-10............. 0.33 6 Mark Fisher (72 games) 1982-85............. 0.32 7 Paul Andrews (46 games) 2009-10............. 0.30 8 Trevor Fugazzi (81 games) 1991-94............. 0.30 9 Alan Grothaus (61 games) 1981-84............. 0.30 10 Kevin Cieply (61 games) 1981-84............. 0.28

8 Bob Pohlablen 1980........................... 136 9 Rob Campbell 1984........................... 134 10 John Benz 1986-87..................... 104 * No statistics available from the 1988 season.

4 Tony Ray 2005-08....................... 84 5 Tony Capurro 2004-07....................... 82 6 Michael Lavric 2007-10....................... 81 7 Dan Impellizzeri 2004-07....................... 80 8 Andy Bacon 2004-07....................... 77 Saves per game (minimum 30 games) 9 Alex Allison 2006-09....................... 73 1 Scott Dunajcik (52 games) 1982-83, 85-86.9.62 10 Braden Bishop 2006-09....................... 65 2 Jimmy Dwertman (63 games) 1997-00............ 5.32 * Games started tracked from 2002-present 3 Jeb Snyder (53 games) 1990-93............ 5.19 2 Nate Madden (64 games) 2001-04............ 4.62 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON 4 Michael Lavric (84 games) 2007-10............ 3.12 RECORDS 5 Andy Ortman (33 games) 2006-07............ 2.18 SCORING (SEASON) Save percent (minimum 2000 minutes) 1 Andy Ortman 2006-07.................... .828 Points 2 Jeb Snyder 1990-93.................... .819 1 Steven Beattie (26g 16a) 2010............................. 68 3 Michael Lavric 2007-10.................... .787 2 Todd Gruenwald (19g 11a) 1992............................. 49 4 Nate Madden 2001-04.................... .767 3 Steven Beattie (21g 3a) 2008............................. 45 5 Jimmy Dwertman 1997-00.................... .744 4 Steven Beattie (19g 6a) 2009............................. 44 5 Braden Bishop (16g 7a) 2007............................. 39 Goals against avg (minimum 2000 minutes) 6 Chad Scott (12g 14a) 1994............................. 38 1 Andy Ortman 2006-07.................... 0.49 7 Chad Scott (14g 6a) 1993............................. 34 2 Michael Lavric 2007-10.................... 0.86 J.T. Roberts (11g 12a) 1996............................. 34 3 Jeb Snyder 1990-93.................... 1.25 J.T. Roberts (13g 8a) 1993............................. 34 4 Nate Madden 2001-04.................... 1.44 10 Herbie Kunz (10g 13a) 1986............................. 33 5 Jimmy Dwertman 1997-00.................... 1.85 Tom Derenthal (14g 5a) 1991............................. 33

Most wins* 1 Michael Lavric (61-13-9) 2007-10....................... 61 2 Andy Ortman (24-2-3) 2006-07....................... 24 3 Nate Madden (14-11-5) 2001-04....................... 14 4 Ben Dorn (10-4-0) 2010-11....................... 10 5 Jeb Snyder (8-5-0) 1990-93..........................8 6 Jimmy Dwertman (7-11-2) 1997-00..........................7 Marshal Lonneman (7-6-1) 1990................................7 Jeremy Curington (7-6-0) 2004-07..........................7 Joe Buntic (7-13-1) 1989................................7 Shots attempted 10 Sanjit Kang (5-1-0) 2011................................5 1 Steven Beattie (77 goals) 2007-10..................... 415 * Goalkeeper decisions not tracked in all seasons. 2 Chad Scott (46 goals) 1992-95..................... 280 3 Braden Bishop (46 goals) 2006-09..................... 239 Most shutouts 4 Marty Tucker (32 goals) 1993-96..................... 230 1 Michael Lavric 2007-10....................... 26 5 Mark Fisher (35 goals) 1982-85..................... 222 2 Andy Ortman 2006-07....................... 16 6 J.T. Roberts (38 goals) 1993-96..................... 196 3 Jeb Snyder 1990-93....................... 13 7 Jeff Anderson (37 goals) 1999-02..................... 167 Nate Madden 2001-04....................... 13 8 Steve Bornhoffer (37 goals) 1994-97..................... 131 5 Scott Dunajcik 1982-83,85-86............ 10 9 Chris Thompson (23 goals) 2003-07..................... 126 6 Nathan Hobbs 1994................................9 Tony Ray (8 goals) 2005-08..................... 126 7 Jimmy Dwertman 1997-00..........................8 8 Casey Seibert 1995................................5 Marshal Lonneman 1990................................5 Shots per game (minimum 30 games) Ben Dorn 2010-11..........................5 1 Steven Beattie (90 games) 2007-10............. 4.61 2 Chad Scott (83 games) 1992-95............. 3.37 PARTICIPATION (CAREER) 3 Mark Fisher (72 games) 1982-85............. 3.08 4 Marty Tucker (80 games) 1993-96............. 2.88 Games played 5 Michael Holder (32 games) 2010-11............. 2.82 1 Seth Eckerlin 2006-09....................... 91 6 Braden Bishop (90 games) 2006-09............. 2.66 2 Eric Ashworth 2005-08....................... 90 7 J.T. Roberts (78 games) 1993-96............. 2.51 Braden Bishop 2006-09....................... 90 8 Mark Wolfson (32 games) 1983-84............... 2.5 Steven Beattie 2007-10....................... 90 9 Jeff Anderson (75 games) 1999-02............. 2.23 5 Tony Ray 2005-08....................... 89 10 Kevin Cieply (61 games) 1981-84............. 1.92 6 Kevin Donnelly 2008-11....................... 86 Anthony Meyer 2008-11....................... 86 GOALKEEPING (CAREER) 8 Shawn Neace 1992-95....................... 85 Alex Allison 2006-09....................... 85 Saves 10 Chris Thompson 2003-07....................... 84 1 Scott Dunajcik 1982-83,85-86.......... 500 Michael Lavric 2007-10....................... 84 2 Jimmy Dwertman 1997-00..................... 335 3 Nate Madden 2001-04..................... 296 Games started* 4 Jeb Snyder 1990-93..................... 275 1 Eric Ashworth 2005-08....................... 89 5 Michael Lavric 2007-10..................... 262 2 Seth Eckerlin 2006-08....................... 87 6 Pat Ruprecht 1987,89-90*.............. 169 3 Steven Beattie 2007-10....................... 86 7 Joe Buntic 1989........................... 153 48 • Northern Kentucky University Men’s Soccer

Points per game (minimum 10 games) 1 Steven Beattie (25 games) 2010................. 2.72 2 Todd Gruenwald (22 games) 1992................. 2.23 3 Steven Beattie (21 games) 2008................. 2.14 4 Steven Beattie (23 games) 2009...............1.913 5 Mark Wolfson (11 games) 1983...............1.909 6 J.T. Roberts (18 games) 1993................. 1.89 7 Chad Scott (19 games) 1993................. 1.79 8 Chad Scott (22 games) 1994................. 1.73 9 J.T. Roberts (20 games) 1996................... 1.7 10 Tom Derenthal (20 games) 1991................. 1.65 Goals 1 Steven Beattie 2 Steven Beattie 3 Steven Beattie Todd Gruenwald 5 Braden Bishop 6 Michael Holder 7 Jeff Celesti Tom Derenthal Chad Scott 10 Mark Fisher J.T. Roberts David Volz

2010............................. 26 2008............................. 21 2009............................. 19 1992............................. 19 2007............................. 16 2010............................. 15 1981............................. 14 1991............................. 14 1993............................. 14 1982............................. 13 1993............................. 13 1987............................. 13

Goals per game (minimum 10 games) 1 Steven Beattie (25 games) 2010................. 1.04 2 Steven Beattie (21 games) 2008................. 1.00 3 Todd Gruenwald (22 games) 1992................. 0.86 4 Steven Beattie (23 games) 2009................. 0.83 5 Mark Wolfson (11 games) 1983................. 0.82 6 Chad Scott (19 games) 1993................. 0.74 7 J.T. Roberts (18 games) 1993................. 0.72 8 Tom Derenthal (20 games) 1991................... 0.7 9 Braden Bishop (24 games) 2007................. 0.67 10 Michael Holder (24 games) 2010................. 0.62 Assists 1 Steven Beattie 2 Chad Scott Shawn Neace 4 Herbie Kunz 5 Shawn Neace Mark Fisher

2010............................. 16 1994............................. 14 1993............................. 14 1986............................. 13 1994............................. 12 1984............................. 12

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J.T. Roberts Todd Gruenwald George Senfner Paul Andrews

1996............................. 12 1992............................. 11 1991............................. 10 2010............................. 10

Assists per game (minimum 10 games) 1 Shawn Neace (19 games) 1993................. 0.74 2 Steven Beattie (25 games) 2010................. 0.64 3 Chad Scott (22 games) 1994................. 0.64 4 J.T. Roberts (20 games) 1996................... 0.6 5 Mark Fisher (21 games) 1984................. 0.57 6 Shawn Neace (22 games) 1994................. 0.55 7 George Senfner (19 games) 1991................. 0.53 8 Todd Gruenwald (22 games) 1992................... 0.5 Alan Grothaus (18 games) 1983................... 0.5 10 Mark Fisher (18 games) 1983................. 0.44 J.T. Roberts (18 games) 1993................. 0.44 Shots attempted 1 Steven Beattie (26 goals) 2010........................... 143 2 Steven Beattie (19 goals) 2009........................... 117 3 Steven Beattie (21 goals) 2008........................... 100 4 Todd Gruenwald (19 goals) 1992............................. 92 5 Chad Scott (14 goals) 1993............................. 88 6 Chad Scott (12 goals) 1994............................. 86 7 Mark Fisher (13 goals) 1982............................. 76 8 Mark Fisher (7 goals) 1984............................. 75 9 Michael Holder (15 goals) 2010............................. 70 10 Jeff Anderson (10 goals) 2002............................. 68 Shots per game (minimum 10 games) 1 Steven Beattie (25 games) 2010................. 5.72 2 Steven Beattie (23 games) 2009................. 5.09 3 Steven Beattie (21 games) 2008................. 4.76 4 Chad Scott (19 games) 1993................. 4.63 5 Todd Gruenwald (22 games) 1992................. 4.18 6 Mark Wolfson (11 games) 1983................. 4.09 7 Chad Scott (22 games) 1994................. 3.91 8 Jeff Anderson (18 games) 2002................. 3.78 9 Mark Fisher (21 games) 1984................. 3.57 10 Marty Tucker (19 games) 1996................. 3.53 GOALKEEPING (SEASON) Saves 1 Scott Dunajcik 2 Joe Buntic 3 Scott Dunajcik 4 Bob Pohlablen 5 Jimmy Dwertman Rob Campbell 7 Pat Ruprecht 8 Jeb Snyder 9 Nathan Hobbs 10 Scott Dunajcik

1986........................... 165 1989........................... 153 1985........................... 151 1980........................... 136 1997........................... 134 1984........................... 134 1987........................... 130 1992............................. 99 1994............................. 98 1983............................. 97

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Jeb Snyder (20 GA, 99 saves) 1992................. .832 Michael Lavric (18 GA, 82 saves) 2008................. .820 Nate Madden (20 GA, 88 saves) 2003................. .815 A.J. Fleak (13 GA, 45 saves) 2012................. .776

Goals against avg (minimum 500 minutes) 1 Andy Ortman (3 GA, 789 min) 2007................. 0.34 2 Michael Lavric (7 GA, 1323 min) 2007................. 0.48 3 Nate Madden (10 GA, 1695 min) 2004................. 0.53 4 Andy Ortman (12 GA, 1994 min) 2006................. 0.54 6 Anthony Sucietto (6 GA, 738 min) 2005................. 0.73 7 Michael Lavric (18 GA, 2054 min) 2008................. 0.79 8 Ben Dorn (11 GA, 1236 min) 2011................. 0.80 9 Michael Lavric (24 GA, 2279 min) 2010................. 0.95 10 A.J. Fleak (13GA, 1183 min) 2012................. 0.99 Most wins 1 Michael Lavric (19-2-3) 2010............................. 19 2 Michael Lavric (16-3-4) 2008............................. 16 3 Andy Ortman (15-2-3) 2006............................. 15 4 Michael Lavric (13-2-0) 2007............................. 13 Michael Lavric (13-6-2) 2009............................. 13 6 Nate Madden (11-5-2) 2004............................. 11 7 Andy Ortman (9-0-0) 2007................................9 Ben Dorn (9-4-0) 2011................................9 8 Jeb Snyder (8-5-0) 1991................................8 9 Joe Buntic (7-13-1) 1989................................7 Marshal Lonneman (7-6-1) 1990................................7 Jimmy Dwertman (7-11-2) 1997................................7 A.J. Fleak (7-6-1) 2012................................7 Most shutouts 1 Andy Ortman 2 Nate Madden 3 Nathan Hobbs Michael Lavric 5 Michael Lavric Jeb Snyder 7 Scott Dunajcik Michael Lavric 9 Marshal Lonneman Casey Seibert Ben Dorn

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Games started 1 Steven Beattie Paul Andrews Nicholas Chiarot Michael Lavric 5 Andy Bacon Eric Ashworth Alex Allison Dan Impellizzeri

2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2010............................. 25 2010............................. 25 2010............................. 25 2010............................. 25 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24 2007............................. 24

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Points..............................................202 (70g 62a).........2010 Goals...............................................70..............................2010 Assists.............................................62..............................2010 Shots attempted...........................474 (54 goals)........1993 Shots on goal.................................234 (54 goals)........1993 Saves................................................210 (51 GA)...........1987 Most wins.......................................22 (22-2-0)..............2007 Most losses....................................14 (7-14-1)..............1989 Most ties........................................4 (16-3-4)................2008 Most shutouts...............................15..............................2007 Games played................................25..............................2010 Overtime games...........................8 (2-2-4)..................2008 Most consecutive wins................20..............................2007 Most consecutive home wins....13........................2008-09 Most consecutive road wins......12........................2007-08 Consecutive road unbeaten.......20........................2006-08 Consecutive winless....................9................. 1982 & 1988 Most consecutive losses.............9................................1988

2006............................. 12 2004............................. 11 1994................................9 2007................................9 2008................................7 1992................................7 1982................................6 SINGLE-GAME RECORDS 2010................................6 1990................................5 Goals (team)..................................13.............. Oct. 29, 1994 1995................................5 vs. St. Meinrad (Ill.) (W 13-1) 2011................................5 Goals against (team)....................11................Sept. 7, 2001 at Virginia Commonwealth (L 11-1) PARTICIPATION (SEASON) Goals (individual)..........................5................ Oct. 29, 1982 Mark Fisher at Georgetown (Ky.) (W 9-0) Games played Assists (individual)........................4.............................. Twice 1 Steven Beattie 2010............................. 25 9/22/00 Jeff Anderson at Ky. Wesleyan (W 7-1) Paul Andrews 2010............................. 25 9/17/10 Steven Beattie vs Indianapolis (W 5-2) Nicholas Chiarot 2010............................. 25 Most saves.....................................15..............................1985 Jordan Kotsopoulos 2010............................. 25 Scott Dunajcik (date and opponent unknown) Michael Lavric 2010............................. 25

Saves per game (minimum 10 games) 1 Bob Pohlablen (15 games) 1980................. 9.07 2 Jimmy Dwertman (20 games) 1997................. 6.70 3 Jeb Snyder (15 games) 1993................. 6.13 4 Marshal Lonneman (15 games) 1990................. 6.00 5 Nate Madden (15 games) 2003................. 5.87 6 Jeb Snyder (15 games) 1991................. 5.33 7 Jeb Snyder (19 games) 1992................. 5.21 8 Jimmy Dwertman (11 games) 1999................. 5.18 9 Nate Madden (18 games) 2004................. 4.61 Save percent (minimum 500 minutes) 1 Nate Madden(10 GA, 83 saves) 2004................. .892 2 Jeb Snyder (15 GA, 92 saves) 1993................. .860 3 Michael Lavric (7 GA, 37 saves) 2007................. .841 4 Michael Braun (3 GA, 15 saves) 2003................. .833 Andy Ortman (12 GA, 60 saves) 2006................. .833 http://www.nkunorse.com

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Record Book All-Time NKU Coaching Records Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Totals

Coach Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood Paul Rockwood 10 Years

Record 7-7-1 9-5-1 10-10-2 12-6 10-12 4-12-1 12-4-3 11-11-1 4-17-1 7-14-1 86-98-11

GLVC -----1-2-1 5-0-2 5-2 2-4-1 4-2-1

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

John John John John John John

9-9-1 12-8 13-7-2 13-4-2 15-6-1 16-4-2

6-1 5-2 4-2 5-0-1 5-0-1 6-1-1

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

John Toebben John Toebben John Toebben John Toebben John Toebben John Toebben John Toebben 13 Years

14-5-1 7-11-2 7-10-1 8-10-1 7-12 10-9 6-10-2 137-105-15

7-3-1 4-6-1 6-4-1 4-6-1 6-5 7-3 3-6-1

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

John John John John John John John John

4-9-3 12-6-2 11-8-2 16-3-3 22-2 16-3-4 15-6-2 20-2-3

2-5-3 6-3-1 6-5-2 9-2-2 13-0 9-1-1 11-3 9-2-3

2011

John Basalyga

14-5

11-3

2012 Totals

John Basalyga 10 Years

7-10-1 137-54-20

Toebben Toebben Toebben Toebben Toebben Toebben

Basalyga Basalyga Basalyga Basalyga Basalyga Basalyga Basalyga Basalyga

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A-Sun 4-3-1

Noteworthy KISA Champions NAIA District 32 Champions NAIA District 32 Champions NAIA District 32 Champions First season in GLVC NKU wins first GLVC Championship (.469)

GLVC Champions NKU repeats as GLVC champions School-record 15 wins GLVC Champions School-record 16 wins ranked 14th nationally during season

(.562) ranked 17th nationally during season ranked 12th nationally during season NCAA D II Great Lakes Region Champs NCAA D II Great Lakes Region Champs NCAA D II national semifinalist NCAA D II Regional tournament NCAA D II National Champions GLVC Champions NCAA D II Midwest Regional First season in NCAA Divison I (.697) (.577)

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