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Table of Contents and Athletic Information 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Schedule

Table of Contents Quick Facts......................................................................................................Pg 1

Aug. 19 Aug. 27 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 26

at Evansville (Exhibition) Lincoln (Exhibition) at Oakland City Maryville at Missouri-St. Louis Lewis Wisconsin-Parkside at Indianapolis at Saint Joseph’s Rockhurst William Jewell at Missouri S&T at Drury Bellarmine Northern Kentucky at Southern Indiana at Kentucky Wesleyan Quincy

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GLVC Championship Oct. 30-Nov. 6 TBA

TBA

NCAA Midwest Regional Nov. 10-20 TBA

TBA

NCAA Elite Eight Dec. 1-3 TBA

This is UIS.................................................................................................Pg 2-11 Athletic Administration/Head Coaches..................................................Pg 12 Kiwanis Stadium History...........................................................................Pg 13 Coaching Staff ....................................................................................... Pg 14-16 Meet The Prairie Stars........................................................................ Pg 17-36 2010 GLVC Review......................................................................................Pg 39 UIS Record Book.............................................................................37-38, 40-42 All-Time Roster............................................................................................43-47

Athletic Directory Director of Athletics............................................Kim Pate................ 206-7592 Associate Director of Athletics ........................Scott Reed ............ 206-6752 Assistant Director of Athletics/Compliance TBA . ..................... 206-8467 Sports Information Director .............................Tony Black .......... 206-8547 Head Athletic Trainer ........................................Deb Fitzl .............. 206-7597 Assistant Athletic Trainer .................................Stephanie Schulmeyer ......... Business Manager ................................................Allison Mosley ... 206-7017 Baseball . .................................................................TBA . ..................... 206-8517 Men’s Basketball Head Coach ...........................Ben Wierzba ....... 206-7591 Women’s Basketball Head Coach .....................Marne Fauser ..... 206-7901 Cheerleading Head Coach ..................................Lexi Kirschbaum .206-7017 Men’s Soccer Head Coach ..................................Jesse Meich .......... 206-8540 Women’s Soccer Head Coach ............................Pete Kowall . ........ 206-8454 Softball Head Coach ............................................Mat Mundell ....... 206-7900 Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach .......Manny Velasco ... 206-6238 Men’s Golf Head Coach . ...................................Frank Marsaglia .206-8402 Women’s Golf ......................................................Nichole Inkel ....... 206-8418 Volleyball ...............................................................Angie Riggle ....... 206-7903

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The Prairie Star men’s soccer media guide was designed by Sports Information Director Tony Black with editorial assistance from Associate Director of Athletics Scott Reed. Photos provided by Blue R, Jeremy Wilburn and Tony Black.

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2010 Record.....................................................................................1-14-1 2010 GLVC Record........................................................................1-12-1 Head Coach..................................................... Jesse Miech (First Year) Record at UIS.................................................................................... 0-0-0 Career Record.................................................................................... 0-0-0 Assistant Coach.............................................Cody Kother (First Year) .........................................................................Adam Lanter (First Year) .........................................................................Milt Tennant (25th Year) Chancellor...............................................................................Susan Koch Director of Athletics................................................................ Kim Pate Sports Information Director...............................................Tony Black Office Number................................................................... 217-206-8547 Cell Phone.......................................................................... 318-751-3380 Starters Returning/Loss................................................................... 7/4 Letterman Returning/Loss............................................................ 11/8 Stadium............................................................................ Kiwanis (1,500)

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Professors who know their students. Opportunities to conduct research, learn in internships and lead organizations. You can’t promise any of that when you herd 300 students into a lecture hall. So, we don’t.

Personal

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Expect to use the technology and contribute to the discussion. Plan to test your career choice in the real world. Join one of our registered student organizations or start a new one. Leave behind your comfort zone.

Opportunities

Our location and connections mean there is no better preparation anywhere for careers in government, politics, and public service.

Public Service

All of our students reach out to the community and the state through volunteerism, applied research and internships. They graduate with a keen understanding of the big picture.

Engaged

Uof I Degree

We think of diversity as more than cultural. You will live and learn with 5,000 students who may or may not think like you do. You’ll understand why we believe tolerance, ethical behavior, and grasping the great teachings of democracy are critical outcomes of a college education.

Diverse

A rigorous core curriculum, high expectations, and an experience that will prepare you for infinite possibilities. Make no mistake. A U of I degree opens doors.


All you have to do is ask. We’ll work with you on writing skills, grammar and usage, math and statistics, software applications, reading, studying and test taking. www.uis.edu/ctl

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This center is for all new first year students, sophomores, and undeclared transfer students who want assistance choosing a major. Advisors can help you think about possible careers, identify the classes you’ll need, and prepare for coursework in your major. www.uis.edu/advising

Undergraduate Academic Advising Center

Our licensed professional counselors work with each student individually. We can help you find an internship, write your resume and create a job search plan for after graduation. www.uis.edu/careerservices

The Diversity Center promotes intercultural dialogue and other initiatives to create a campus climate that welcomes diversity and eliminates divisions, intolerance, and stereotyping. We also offer a range of academic and cultural programs that will help you become part of a vital, caring community. www.uis.edu/diversitycenter

Center for Teaching and Learning

Career Development Center

Diversity Center

Take advantage of the broad range of services we offer

Academic Resources


There are 3 meal plans available‌two designed for students in our residence halls, one designed for students who have a kitchen but occasionally want a meal or snack from our modern Food Emporium.

Dining

One, two, and four-bedroom furnished apartments are available for upperclassmen and graduate students.

Apartments

Private bedrooms, cathedral ceilings, full kitchens.

Townhouses

Founders Residence Hall is brand new. Lincoln Residence Hall is just ten years old. Freshmen and sophomores live here in two bedroom-one bath suites. When we say we have the most luxurious student housing in the state, we can back that up.

Residence Halls

Approximately 1,100 students live in campus housing every year.

Residential Life

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• High speed internet and cable access in every room (UIS is a wireless campus, too) • The Grille Café in Founders Hall – open to all students • Two gourmet coffee shops on campus, including one in the Library • Plenty of washers and dryers • Plenty of parking, even freshmen can bring cars • Close – less than a five minute walk to all classrooms, labs and library • UIS Bookstore conveniently located in Founders Hall • i-Card – cashless purchasing all over campus • Security – staffed front desk, key card access, video monitoring of entrances and exits in residence halls. • Full-time resident directors

Perks of UIS Housing

International House An immersion experience for qualified students who wish to live with other students of multiple countries, cultures, and languages. Adjacent townhouses are set aside for students who choose this option.

Necessary Steps Upper class mentors are assigned to help first generation college students adapt to the university environment.

Healthy Lifestyles Community Dedicated to holistic wellness and the absence of alcohol, tobacco, and controlled substances as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Leadership for Life Service Wing Students take advantage of numerous special opportunities, including leadership training, expanded volunteer opportunities, a once-a-year wilderness retreat, and a community of service-oriented people.

Living Learning Communities


Make the most of your spare time. Think of it as another form of learning.

Campus Life

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UIS has more than 85 clubs and organizations, a highly active student government, and student programming opportunities. The best part about the clubs at UIS? If you don’t see what you like, identify a few like-minded students and start a new organization. www.uis.edu/studentlife

Student Life

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How do you cultivate the seeds of ethical and moral thought, and citizen responsibility? By providing opportunities for action. UIS students devote thousands of hours to community service and giving to the local region. www.uis.edu/volunteer

Competition in several intramural and sport clubs is open to all students. You can also take advantage of fitness and instructional classes, special events, and outings and trips. The Recreation and Athletic Center (TRAC) features a performance arena, basketball and volleyball courts, fitness and weight rooms, handball, squash and racquetball courts, and an indoor running track. www.uis.edu/recsports

The possibilities are endless whether you are performing or just enjoying. The 2,000-seat Sangamon Auditorium offers world-class entertainment and student discounts. The Visual Arts Gallery brings in internationally acclaimed artists and exhibits. UIS Theatre holds open auditions for its many productions. Student musical groups include the UIS Chorus, Band, Chamber Orchestra, World Music Percussion Ensemble, and Native American Flute Circle. www.uis.edu/about/arts

The Arts at UIS

Office of Volunteerism and Civic Engagement

Intramurals and Recreation


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Kiwanis Stadium (soccer) UIS Softball Complex UIS Tennis Courts Baseball practice field Cricket Field Disc Golf Course Student Life Building Gymnasium Rec Park South Fields Sport Club Field

Intramurals Sport Clubs: Baseball, soccer, squash Group Exercise Personal Training Wellness Instructional classes (i.e. Karate, 5K training) • Special events

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Recreational Opportunities

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Athletic / Recreational facilities

• 3,000-seat sports arena • 3 collegiate-length basketball and volleyball courts • Racquetball/squash courts • Elevated running track • Cardio/weight training and exercise facilities

The Recreation and Althletic Center (TRAC)

Women’s Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball

Men’s Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Tennis


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His presence is everywhere. It’s part of Springfield’s charm, history, and economy. Student fave: The Presidential Museum.

Get Your Picture Taken With Lincoln

Name it and Springfield has it – Thai, sushi, steakhouses, Mexican, all-you-can eat buffets, vegetarian. Student favorites include Head West Subs, El Burrito, Coldstone Creamery, B-Dubs, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and any pizza place that delivers. Student fave: Downtown sidewalk dining

Grab Some Food

All of Central Illinois comes to campus for Broadway shows and major concert, music and dance productions in the 2,000 seat Sangamon Auditorium, but Springfield’s local theater scene is equally vibrant. Student fave: Hoogland Fine Arts Center

Go to the Theatre

Screens in Springfield: 28. Student fave: the Drive-In

Catch a Movie

Everything from folk and fine art to retro clothing to used books is downtown. There’s also White Oaks Mall and a gigantic Scheels Sports. Student fave: Recycled Records

Do Some Shopping

There are several venues downtown and around Springfield for live music and clubs. Student fave: Marley’s

Listen to Live Music

If the two coffee houses on campus aren’t enough, gourmet coffee is sold all over Springfield. Student fave: Café Andiamo

Grab a Latte

Things to do


UIS is equally proud of the caring attitudes of our athletes. In 2010-2011, Prairie Stars athletes donated hundreds of hours of work to charitable projects including: Holiday Stars Canned Food Drive, Ball-Chatham Fun Fair, Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, and Make-A-Wish Foundation.

In 2010-2011, UIS athletes were named GLVC Players of the Week and several players were All-Conference selections in their respective sports. A total of 93 athletes were named to the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll for having GPAs of 3.0 or better. Of those 93, 31 had a GPA of 3.5 and six earned 4.0.

Feel the promise of UIS athletics and build on our past (we have three national championships). The Prairie Stars compete in NCAA Division II as a member of the highly competitive Great Lakes Valley Conference. Your teammates will share your passion for sport and your coaches will truly care about your success as both an athlete and a student.

Intercollegiate Athletics

Get Up and Move!

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• Nine golf courses • Lake Springfield • Miles of bike trails • 28 parks, nature centers and wildlife sanctuaries • Water park • 5K runs and outdoor festivals and theatre productions

Recreation

Springfield is a regional medical destination, with two full-service hospitals and multi-specialty health centers and clinics.

Medical

It’s easy to get around Springfield by car. Rush hour is virtually non-existent. For students who don’t plan to bring a car, the university is on the metro bus route. You can easily get to downtown or to area shopping centers, including White Oaks Mall. For students seeking a getaway, St. Louis is less than 90 minutes away and Chicago is 3 ½ hours.

Transportation

Springfield possesses the energy that comes with being the state capital of Illinois balanced by a relaxed atmosphere defined by a charming downtown and the priceless historic sites that tell the story of the nation’s greatest president.

We’ve been called the quintessential Midwestern city. Not too big, not too small. Friendly people who value their public university and genuinely welcome the students who move here every August.

Population 120,000 Located at the intersection of Interstates 55 and 72

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Administrative Staff and Coaches

Dr. Susan Koch Chancellor

Kim Pate Director of Athletics

Scott Reed Associate AD

AssistantAD/Compliance

Brian Grunzke Baseball

Ben Wierzba Men’s Basketball

Marne Fauser Women’s Basketball

Lexi Kirschbaum Cheerleading

Men’s Golf Frank Marsagila

Nichole Inkel Women’s Golf

Jesse Miech Men’s Soccer

Pete Kowall Women’s Soccer

Mat Mundell Softball 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

Manny Velasco M&W Tennis

TBA

Angie Riggle Volleyball

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Kiwanis Stadium One of the premiere soccer facilities in the Great Lakes Valley Conference is Kiwanis Stadium, home of the UIS soccer program since 1977. The only home UIS soccer has known, it has hosted three NAIA National Tournaments. Kiwanis has also hosted the last three IHSA Girls Super Sectional. UIS fielded its first men’s soccer team in 1977 and the Prairie Stars won their first match out when they defeated Bradley 4-2. Kiwanis Stadium has a brand new scoreboard, which was installed prior to the First UIS Soccer Team in 1977 2010 season. The stadium also features locker rooms for home and visiting teams, athletic training facilities, concession stand and two coaches offices. Kiwanis Stadium has been the host site of three NAIA National Tournaments (1979 - 1981) and has hosted the UMBRO Senior Bowl twice. The facility seats over 1,500 fans and is lighted for the numerous night games held on campus. In 2010 the men’s soccer team ranked 22nd in the NCAA in attendance with an average of 330 fans attended each match. UIS was just 1-of-7 GLVC schools represented in the top attendance.

1986 UIS men’s soccer team reunites in 2006 for 20 year reunion

UIS Men’s Soccer at Kiwanis Stadium

First Game.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2 Win Sept. 3, 1977 Bradley First Win............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2 Sept. 3, 1977 Bradley 10th Win.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11-2 Sept. 14, 1979 William Wilson 20th Win...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8-0 Sept. 7, 1980 Indiana State 50th Win................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-0 Sept. 9 1984 Southeast Missouri State 75th Win..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7-0 Nov. 5 1986 College of St. Francis 100th Win...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2 Sept. 3 1989 Southern Indiana 125th Win................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2 Nov. 8 1991 Judson College 150th Win............................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-0 Nov. 5 1993 National Louis University 175th Win................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-0 Oct. 19 1996 Missouri Valley College 200th Win................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-1 Nov. 7 1998 Transylvania University 225th Win.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-1 Oct. 9 2000 Columbia College 250th Win..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-0 Oct. 7 2005 Missouri Baptist All-Time Record at Kiwanis.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................265-74-26 First UIS Goal....................................................................................................................................................................................................................Aris Liapakis against Bradley Sept. 3, 1977

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Head Coach Jesse Miech

Jesse Miech begins his first year at UIS after spending the previous season as goal keeper coach at Saint Louis University. His coaching experience also includes stints at three other NCAA Division I universities. “I am excited for the opportunity to join the University of Illinois Springfield family and community. I would like to thank the search committee for their belief in me and my ability to lead the men's soccer program,” Miech said. “I feel that the University and their athletic department are committed to their student-athletes and are very passionate about what the future will bring as they are going through the transition to NCAA Division II athletics. I am eager to start working with the team as this is an amazing opportunity to impact the lives of many young adults. “ Along with his collegiate coaching duties, Miech also has been coaching for the prestigious St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro Soccer Club in Collinsville as an assistant for the Under-18 Metro USDA Academy Team and as the director of goalkeeping for the club's U13 through U18 groups. This has familiarized him with high-caliber soccer talent throughout Illinois and Missouri. Miech spent the spring of 2010 as a volunteer assistant coach at Virginia Tech. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach at Clemson from 2008-09. With the Tigers, Miech assisted in the day-to-day operations of the soccer program and was directly responsible for the implementation of a year-round goalkeeper-training program. Prior to his stint at Clemson, Miech spent two seasons at Missouri State beginning in 2006. There, he coached the Bears' keepers and was the programs' head recruiter. Miech's first coaching job came at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, where he was the goalkeeper coach for the women's team. He also spent a semester as assistant women's coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Miech played collegiately at Creighton for two years and was a member of the 2000 Bluejay squad that advanced to the College Cup final. Miech transferred to Morningside, where he earned NAIA All-America honors as a senior and set school records for saves, save percentage, shutouts and wins. Miech also played three summers in the PDL for the Sioux Falls Spitfire. Miech has worked at a variety of clubs and camps. He was the assistant director of the Clemson Soccer Academy from 2008-09, the largest all-male soccer camp in the country consisting of 2,200 players. Miech was the director of coaching for the Clemson Anderson Soccer Alliance in South Carolina. A 2005 graduate of Morningside, Miech double majored in graphic design with a joint major in philosophical and religious studies. He earned his master's degree in administrative studies with an emphasis in sports management from Missouri State, graduating magna cum laude in 2007. Miech holds a USSF "A" license and earned the USSF National Goalkeeping Diploma. He also holds the NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma and an NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping Diploma. Miech comes from a coaching family, his father John is the head football coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point while his mother, Sheila is the head women’s soccer coach for the Pointers. She ranks fifth in NCAA Division III history in victories.

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Assistant Coach Adam Lanter Cody Kother

Adam Lanter starts his first year on the sidelines for the Illinois Springfield men’s soccer team in 2011. Lanter played collegiate soccer at SIU Edwardsville and was a member of two Cougar teams that advanced to the Elite Eight. He scored eight career goals at SIUE and gave 10 assists, along with four game-winning goals. Also as a member of the men’s soccer team at SIUE, Lanter was on the GLVC All-Academic Team and a member of the Dean’s List. After his playing career was completed, Lanter also received his master’s degree from SIUE and coaches club soccer in St. Louis. Lanter has his USSF National D Coaching License. As a member of the UIS coaching staff, Lanter will assists with daily practices.

Cody Kother begins his first year as an assistant coach with the Illinois Springfield men’s and women’s soccer programs. Kother played four years at Bradley, where he was a member of the Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament Team in 2004. He also garnered the Bradley Coaches Award in 2004, while also winning two letters. He played professionally for the Des Moines Menace. He was second on the team in points and was squads leader for goals during the postseason in 2005. After his playing career ended, Kother has been a personal trainer at Fitness Together and Complete Care. As a member of the coaching staff at UIS, Kother will oversee the teams fitness and all aspects of daily training. 15

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Assistant Coach Milt Tennant

Milt Tennant begins his 25th year of coaching at Illinois Springfield, serving as assistant coach under Aydin Gonulsen, Joe Eck, Chad Jones and now Jesse Miech. Tennant began his soccer coaching career in the youth ranks and helping with the Springfield YMCA. He also coached with the Illinois Olympic Development teams as well. At UIS he has seen the program qualify for 20 out of 26 NAIA national championship tournaments. He has been a part of 3 national championships (1986, 1988, 1993) a second place finish, along with reaching the semifinals on five separate occasions. Also as an assistant coach, Tennant recruited his son Mickey, who was a member of the Prairie Star soccer team from 1992-94. Tennant will be involved in all facets of the UIS men’s soccer team. His main responsibilities will be on-field coaching and overseeing team development.

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Made five starts and saw action in eight matches between the posts ... Played a season-high 110 minutes the double overtime match against Missouri S&T (Sept. 10) ... Stopped a career-best 13 shots at Maryville (Sept. 19) ... Also had first career shutout against Missouri S&T. High School: Two-time All-State pick at Neuqua Valley ... Three-time All-Sectional pick and twice All-Area ... Posted 42 career shutouts and posted a 0.67 goals against average as a three-year starter in goal ... Team won 73 matches during his career. Personal: Son of George and Mary Turanchik... Business major.

GOALIE 2010................ TOTAL............... 17

GP-GS 8-5 8-5

Minutes 609:28 609:28

GA 11 11

GaAvg Saves 1.62 41 1.62 41

W 0 0

L 2 2

T 0 0

Sho 1 1

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Started six games as a true freshman and appeared in 11 total ... Made a career-high 13 saves at Quincy (Oct. 22) ... Had five matches of five or more saves. High School: Two-time team captain and twice named the team's Most Valuable Player at University ... Twice named to the All-Sectional and All-Area team ... Four-year member of the varsity. Personal: Son of Dr. Geore and Charla O'Neil and Jeff Wardlow ... Biology major.

GOALIE GP-GS 2010................ 12-6 TOTAL............... 12-6 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

Minutes 850:32 850:32

GA GaAvg Saves 33 3.49 58 33 3.49 58

W

0 0

L

6 6

T

0 0

Sho

0 0

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Meet The Prairie Stars

Club Team: Member of the ODP Illinois team ... Helped team to a Region 2 championship. 2010: Did not play. 2009: Played in 15 matches with 13 starts ... Scored three times .. Had 21 shots with 10 on goal. Before UIS: Attended College of DuPage ... Named all-conference, all-region and was also selected team captain. High School: Graduated from Saint Joseph’s ... Named all-conference and captain ... Helped team to a third place finish at state.

OFFENSE 2009................ TOTAL............... 19

GP 15 15

G 3 3

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 6 21 .143 6 21 .143

SOG 10 10

SOG% .476 .476

GW 0 0

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Saw action in nine matches as a true fresman. High School: Team captain as a senior at Granite City ... Won two letters in soccer and three in tennis ... Won the "Coach Harmon Sportsmanship Award" in both junior and senior seasons ... member of the National Honor Society ... Named the Elks Student of the Month. Personal: Son of Bryan and Jean Hartwick ... Computer Science major

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

GP-GS 9-0 9-0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0 20


Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Started 12 times and played in 16 matches ... Gave an assist in the contest at Lewis (Oct. 15) ... Had a season-high two shots on goal at Maryville (Sept. 19) ... Averaged a shot per match. 2009: Played in 15 matches with four starts ... Had an assist and took three shots. High School: Three-time All-Conference pick at St. Joseph's ... Named the team's Most Improved as a sophomore ... Won the team's Iron Man Award as a junoir and was the squad's Player of the Year as a senior ... Team finished third in the state as a senior ... Won four letters in soccer ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Son of Juan and Esthella Perez ... Biology major.

OFFENSE 2009................ 2010................ TOTAL............... 21

GP-GS 15-4 16-12 31-16

G 0 0 0

A 1 1 2

Pts Shots Shot% 1 3 .000 1 16 .000 2 19 .000

SOG 1 7 8

SOG% .333 .438 .421

GW 0 0 0

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Meet The Prairie Stars

Club Team: Played for Burkitu of Denver and Chicago Blue Nile ... Named All Star MVP in Seattle in 2010. Before UIS: Played for Blackburn College for two seasons 2010: Played in 15 contests with nine starts ... Scored twice with first goal coming against Kentucky Wesleyan (Sept. 24) ... Had five shots with three landing on goal. High School: Graduated from Senn High School ... Lettered in soccer rugby, track and field and volleyball. Personal: Is the son of Weyesso Kiyar.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 2011 UIS Men;s Soccer Media Guide

GP 15 15

G 2 2

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 4 5 .400 4 5 .400

SOG 3 3

SOG% .600 .600

GW 0 0 22


Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Played in 15 matches with 11 starts ... Scored first goal of the season for UIS against Rockhurst (Sept. 5) ... Goal against Kentucky Wesleyan was the game winner ... Had a season-high two shots on goal at Maryville (Sept. 19). Before UIS: Played at Lincoln Land in 2009. High School: First team All-State as a junior and senior at Spring ... Team MVP and All-District as a sophomore ... Won three letters in soccer. Personal: Son of Leroy and Josephine Belcon... Criminal Justice major.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 23

GP-GS 15-11 15-11

G 2 2

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 4 10 .200 4 10 .200

SOG 4 4

SOG% .400 .400

GW 1 1

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Scored first goal against Oakland City (Oct. 24) ... Played in 14 matches with six starts ... Had a seasonhigh three shots at Maryville (Sept. 19) and against Indianapolis (Oct. 10) ... Put a season-best two shots on goal at Maryville as well. Before UIS: An All-Region pick at Lincoln Land ... Also earned All-Conference honors ... Won two letters in soccer ... Also lettered in baseball. High School: Two-time All-Conference and All-Area selection at Lebanon ... Also earned All-Metro accolades from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ... Won two letters in soccer and golf and four each in baseball and basketball. Personal: Son of Dan and Patricia Schubert ... Business major.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

GP-GS 14-6 14-6

G 1 1

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 2 13 .077 2 13 .077

SOG 6 6

SOG% .462 .462

GW 0 0

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Saw action in all 16 matches and had 10 starts ... Fired a season-best three shots at Lewis (Oct. 15) ... Averaged .50 shots per match. High School: Won letters in soccer, football and basketball at Macomb ... Named All-Conference and the team's Most Improved. Personal: Eric and Sheila Johnson ... Undecided on major.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL...............

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GP-GS 16-10 16-10

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 0 8 .000 0 8 .000

SOG 3 3

SOG% .375 .375

GW 0 0

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Saw action in one match as a junior. Previous School: Attended Priaire State College ... Lettered in cross country and soccer ... Won the teams Most Improved Player Award twice. High School: Graduated from Bloom High School ... Won letters in track, soccer, football and cross country ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Also served as president of the National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Anthony and Janet Hernandez ... Majoring in biology.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

GP-GS 1-0 1-0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0 26


Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Started eight times and saw action in 15 matches ... Helped hold opponents to a .164 shot percent and just 2.71 goals per game. 2009: Played in 15 matches with 10 starts ... Had a goal against Maryville ... Added one assist against St. Francis ... Took eight shots. High School: Named the team's Defensive MVP at Neuqua Valley ... Helped team to second place finish at the Illinois State Tournament as a junior and fourth place as a senior ... Earned a conference sportsmanship award. Personal: Son of Louis and Rosemarie Hamer ... Criminal Justice major.

OFFENSE 2009................ 2010................ TOTAL............... 27

GP-GS 15-10 15-8 30-18

G 1 0 1

A 1 0 1

Pts Shots Shot% 3 8 .125 0 2 .000 3 10 .100

SOG 4 0 4

SOG% .500 .000 .400

GW 0 0 0

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Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Played in 13 matches ... Fired two shots on the season with the first one coming at Missouri-St. Louis (Sept. 17). High School: Scored 51 goals in four year career at Normal Community ... Also recorded 33 assists during prep career ... Offensive MVP of the Big 12 Conference as a senior ... Team MVP as a junior and four time AllIntercity honoree ... Won four letters in soccer ... Three-year member of the league's All-Academic team. Personal: Son of Neil and Sue Napolitano and Mary Garrison ... Business major.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

GP-GS 13-0 13-0

G 0 0

A 0 0

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

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0 28


Meet The Prairie Stars

2010: Played in 15 matches with 13 starts ... Fired a season-high three shots at Bellarmine (Oct. 3) ... Helped the defense hold opponents to a .164 shot percent and just a 2.7 goals against average. High School: earned All-Conference and All-Sectional honors at Sacred-Heart Griffin... helped team to a second place finish in the state as a junior... won two letters in soccer. Personal: Son of Dan and Deb Brydal... Business Administration major.

OFFENSE 2010................ TOTAL............... 29

GP-GS 15-13 15-13

G 0 0

A 0 0

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Club Team: Springfield Soccer Club High School: Graduated from Marshfield High School ... Named Citizen of the Year ... On the soccer field was a three-year captain and earned MVP honors twice ... Named first team, all-district, all-conference and all-region and selected honorable mention all-state. Personal: Son of Ken and Stacie Harden ... Majoring in psychology.

Club Team: Member of the North Atlanta Soccer Association ... Was the captain ... Also helped lead the team to a Disney Championship and Casal Championship ... Member of the regional pool. High School: Graduated from Kell High School ... Earned four varsity letters in soccer ... Named MVP and captain, while also earning the newcomer award ... Also picked up the Unsung Hero and 110 percent award. Personal: Son of Dan and Becky Isidoro ... Is an undecided major.

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Meet The Prairie Stars

Club Team: Member of the Rockford Raptors ... Named team captain. High School: Graduated from Rockford Christian ... Earned four letters in soccer ... Graduated with honors ... Three-time all-conference honoree ... Earned team MVP honors twice and was selected MVP of the conference ... Also led the Rockford Register Star area point and goal leader as a junior ... Helped team to a No.1 seed in sectional ... Was second in the Rockford Register Star area for points and goals ... Selected to the school Wall of Fame. Personal: Is the son of Kevin and Serena Obee ... Majoring in business.

Before UIS: Attended College of Lake County. High School: Graduated from Lake Zurich High School ... Lettered in soccer and volleyball. Personal: Is the son of Steve and Sandy Holtschult ... Brother Andrew also plays soccer at UIS ... Majoring in chemistry.

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Club Team: Springfield Fire. High School: Graduated from Glenwood High School ...Won four letters in soccer and one in basketball ... Named honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore ... Named all-conference as a junior and senior. Personal: Is the son of Toussaint Pettis and Mary White ...Majoring in business administration.

Club Team: Played for the Tennesse Rush Nike ‘93 squad ... Won the state championship. High School: Graduated from Desoto Central High School ... Member of the soccer, cross country and track teams ... Was named all-conference and earned the golden boot award ... Also garnered the MVP and Player of the Year award. Personal: Is the son of Tim and Aliya Ferris ... Born in Kazan, Russia ... Majoring in business.

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Meet The Prairie Stars

Club Team: Played for University Park ... Helped team to a third place finish and won the MVP award. Before UIS: Played soccer and cross country at Prairie State College. High School: Graduated from Rich East High School ... Lettered in cross country, track and field, along with soccer ... Named all-conference and all-sectional ... Also won the teams MVP award. Personal: Is the son of Kay Neal ... Majoring in criminal justice and education.

Club Team: Played for Lou Fusz and helped team to a second place finish in the state tournament. High School: Graduated from Seckman High School ... Lettered in soccer four times ... Was named second team all-conferecne. Personal: Is the son of Carlos and Margaret Cubero ... Majoring in chemistry.

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Club Team: Played for the New Lenox Legacy ... Helped team to the Nike U17 Championship. High School: Graduated from Bradley Bourbonnais Community High School ... Won four letters ... Named honorable mention all-conference ... Was also an honor student and won the Academic Achievement Award. Personal: Son of Christopher and Pamela Powell ... Majoring in Criminal Justice.

Club Team: Played for the Little Illini. Before UIS: Played two years for Parkland College. High School: Graduated from Centennial High School ... Earned four letters in soccer. Presonal: Son of Victor and Judith Martinez ... Majoring in global studies.

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Meet The Prairie Stars

Club Team: Played for Ela. Before UIS: Played for the College of Lake County. High School: Graduated from Lake Zurich High School ... Lettered in soccer and volleyball. Personal: Son of Steve and Sandy Holtschult ... Brother Tony will also play soccer ... Majoring in biology.

Club Team: Played for the Park Forest Wings. Before UIS: Attended Prairie State College ... Played soccer and ran cross country. High School: Graduated from Bloom High School ... Helped team to three conference championships and two regional championships. Personal: Is the son of Francisco and Lucila Mendez ... Majoring in sociology and anthropology. 35

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Club Team: Played for the Schaumburg Lightning. High School: Graduated from Schaumburg High School ... Helped lead team to the Super Sections for the first time in school history. Personal: Son of Elizabeth Czarny ... Majoring in commincations.

Club Team: Played for CISA. Before UIS: Played two years for Illinois Central College. High School: Graduated from Peoria Notre Dame ... Earned seven letters for basketball and soccer ... Was a two-time all-sectional selection ... Was also named to the Mid-States Tournament Team ... Also helped his team to a state championship. Personal: Is the son of Norm and Mary Ralph ... Majoring in business administration. 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

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Division II Era Season Record Book Points 1. 6 - Mauricio Ramirez (3g) 2. 5 - Anthony Longo (2g 1a) 5 - Tyler Rampey (2g 1a) 4. 4 - Frank Rodriguez (1g 2a) 4 - Ahmedtayib Haji (2g) 4 - Brandon Belcon (2g) 7. 3 - Jonathan Hamer (1g 1a) 3 - Michael Waldo (1g 1a) 9. 2 - Arturo Cruz (1g) 2 - Drew Rynders (1g)

2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2010 2009

Points per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.40 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 2. 0.33 - Tyler Rampey (15 games) 0.33 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 4. 0.27 - Ahmedtayib Haji (15 games) 0.27 - Brandon Belcon (15 games) 6. 0.25 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 0.25 - Michael Waldo (12 games) 8. 0.20 - Jonathan Hamer (15 games) 9. 0.15 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 10. 0.14 - Brett Schubert (14 games)

2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2010 2010

Goals 1. 3 - Mauricio Ramirez 2. 2 - Tyler Rampey 2 - Ahmedtayib Haji 2 - Brandon Belcon 2 - Anthony Longo 6. 1 - Frank Rodriguez 1 - Michael Waldo 1 - Jonathan Hamer 1 - Arturo Cruz 1 - Brett Schubert Goals per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.20 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 2. 0.13 - Brandon Belcon (15 games) 0.13 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 0.13 - Ahmedtayib Haji (15 games) 0.13 - Tyler Rampey (15 games) 6. 0.08 - Michael Waldo (12 games) 7. 0.08 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 8. 0.07 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 9. 0.07 - Jonathan Hamer (15 games) 0.07 - Drew Rynders (15 games)

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Game-winning goals 1. 1 - Tyler Rampey 1 - Drew Rynders 1 - Brandon Belcon

2009 2009 2010

Assists 1. 2 - Frank Rodriguez 2. 1 - Anthony Longo 1 - Juan Perez 1 - Juan Perez 1 - Michael Waldo 1 - Jonathan Hamer 1 - Tyler Rampey 1 - Tyler Rampey

2010 2009 2009 2010 2009 2009 2009 2010

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.12 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 2. 0.08 - Michael Waldo (12 games) 3. 0.07 - Tyler Rampey (14 games) 4. 0.07 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 0.07 - Juan Perez (15 games) 0.07 - Jonathan Hamer (15 games) 0.07 - Tyler Rampey (15 games) 8. 0.06 - Juan Perez (16 games)

2010 2009 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010

2009 2009 2010 2010 2009 2010 2009 2009 2010 2010

Shots attempted 1. 22 - Brian Doellman (0 goals) 2. 21 - Mauricio Ramirez (3 goals) 3. 16 - Juan Perez (0 goals) 4. 15 - Frank Rodriguez (1 goals) 5. 13 - Brett Schubert (1 goals) 13 - Dustin Curtis (0 goals) 7. 11 - Anthony Longo (2 goals) 8. 10 - Michael Waldo (1 goals) 10 - Drew Rynders (1 goals) 10 - Brandon Belcon (2 goals)

2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010

2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2009 2010 2010 2009 2009

Shots per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 1.40 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 2. 1.38 - Brian Doellman (16 games) 3. 1.00 - Juan Perez (16 games) 4. 0.94 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 5. 0.93 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 6. 0.83 - Michael Waldo (12 games) 7. 0.81 - Dustin Curtis (16 games) 8. 0.73 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 9. 0.67 - Drew Rynders (15 games) 0.67 - Brandon Belcon (15 games)

2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010

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Division II Era Season Record Book Shots on goal 1. 11 - Brian Doellman (0 goals) 2. 10 - Mauricio Ramirez (3 goals) 10 - Frank Rodriguez (1 goals) 4. 7 - Juan Perez (0 goals) 5. 6 - Brett Schubert (1 goals) 6 - Drew Rynders (1 goals) 7. 5 - Michael Waldo (1 goals) 5 - Anthony Longo (2 goals) 9. 4 - Jonathan Hamer (1 goals) 4 - Arturo Cruz (1 goals)

Most wins 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010

SOG per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.69 - Brian Doellman (16 games) 2. 0.67 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 3. 0.62 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 4. 0.44 - Juan Perez (16 games) 5. 0.43 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 6. 0.42 - Michael Waldo (12 games) 7. 0.40 - Drew Rynders (15 games) 8. 0.33 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 9. 0.31 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 10. 0.29 - Tyler Rampey (14 games)

2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010

GOALKEEPING (SEASON) Saves 1. 105 - Jeremy Carnes (43 GA, 105 saves) 2009 2. 58 - Cole Wardlow (33 GA, 58 saves) 2010 3. 41 - Jack Turanchik (11 GA, 41 saves) 2010 Saves per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 6.56 - Jeremy Carnes (16 games) 2. 5.12 - Jack Turanchik (8 games) 3. 4.83 - Cole Wardlow (12 games)

2009 2010 2010

Save percent (minimum 5 minutes) 1. .788 - Jack Turanchik (11 GA, 41 saves) 2010 2. .709 - Jeremy Carnes (43 GA, 105 saves) 2009 3. .637 - Cole Wardlow (33 GA, 58 saves) 2010 Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. 1.62 - Jack Turanchik (11 GA, 609 min) 2. 2.65 - Jeremy Carnes (43 GA, 1460 min) 3. 3.49 - Cole Wardlow (33 GA, 851 min) 4. 4.93 - Brandon Lex (1 GA, 18 min)

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Most losses 1. 6 - Cole Wardlow (0-6-0) 6 - Jeremy Carnes (0-6-1) 3. 2 - Jack Turanchik (0-2-0) Most ties 1. 1 - Jeremy Carnes (0-6-1) Most shutouts 1. 1 - Jack Turanchik 1 - Jeremy Carnes

2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

PARTICIPATION (SEASON) Games played 1. 16 - Frank Rodriguez 16 - Dustin Curtis 16 - Juan Perez 16 - Jeremy Carnes 16 - J.T. Nankervis 16 - Quinlin Johnson 16 - Brian Doellman 16 - Ryne Torricelli 9. 15 - Jonathan Hamer 15 - Jonathan Hamer

2010 2009 2010 2009 2009 2010 2009 2009 2010 2009

Games started 1. 14 - Ryne Torricelli 14 - Dustin Curtis 3. 13 - Mike Brydl 13 - Mauricio Ramirez 13 - Drew Rynders 13 - Brian Doellman 13 - Frank Rodriguez 13 - Anthony Longo 13 - Peter Ottolini 13 - Scott Blumberg

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GLVC 2010 Recap Northern Kentucky Missouri S&T Lewis Quincy Bellarmine Drury Rockhurst Missouri-St. Louis Indianapolis Saint Joseph’s Southern Indiana Wisconsin-Parkside Maryville Illinois Springfield Kentucky Wesleyan All-GLVC First Team Forwards Brad Barraclough Steven Beattle Jack Wedemeier Micah Whorton Midfielders Peter Higgins Ross Hopkins Jose Ibarra Backs Zachary Bond Spencer Brinkmeyer Ben Taylor Goalkeeper Pat McNamee All-GLVC Second Team Forwards Grant Ellison Almin Sabotic Armin Vrebac Midfielders Mardoche Beya David Kekec Sam Shaffer 39

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PCT .750 .750 .750 .679 .643 .643 .643 .571 .571 .464 .429 .357 .107 .107 .036

Overall PCT 20-2-3 .860 11-5-3 .658 10-6-1 .618 11-7-2 .600 10-5-2 .647 11-7-0 .611 9-6-2 .588 9-6-2 .588 10-8-0 .556 8-8-1 .500 9-8-0 .529 7-8-2 .471 1-14-2 .118 1-14-1 .094 2-14-2 .167

Backs Paul Andrews Kenny Gravlin Patrick White Blake Wilson Goalkeeper DJ Lampert

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All-GLVC Third Team Forwards Aloiso Barros Michael Holder Nick McDonald Midfielders Mike Barlett Nick Chiarot Max Marsh

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GLVC Championship First Round #2 Northern Kentucky 2 #7 Rockhurst 1 #3 Missouri S&T 3 #6 Bellarmine 0 #5 Drury 2 #4 Quincy 3 (2ot) #1 Lewis 0 #8 Indianapolis 3 Second Round #2 Northern Kentucky 2 (OT) #3 Missouri S&T 1 #4 Quincy 0 #8 Indianapolis 1 (OT)

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Championship #2 Northern Kentucky 3 #8 Indianapolis 0 NCAA Tournament First Round Northern Kentucky 2 (OT) Quincy 1 Ashland 1 Missouri S&T 3

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Backs Abe Dirnberger Brett Gregory Nathan Groesch Grant Wheeler

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Goalkeeper Stephen Conner

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Second Round Northern Kentucky 3 Missouri S&T 2 Charleston (WV) 1 West Virginia Wesleyan 2 (2 OT)) Quarterfinals Northern Kentucky 3 West Virginia Wesleyan 0 Southern Conn. State 1 Dowling 1 (7-6 PKs) Semifinals Dowling 1 Northern Kentucky 4 National Championship Northern Kentucky 3 Rollins 2

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Division II Era Career Record Book INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

9. 0.06 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 10. 0.04 - Michael Waldo (26 games)

2010 2009-10

Game-winning goals 1. 1 - Tyler Rampey 1 - Drew Rynders 1 - Brandon Belcon

2009-10 2009 2010

Assists 1. 2 - Frank Rodriguez 2 - Juan Perez 2 - Tyler Rampey 4. 1 - Michael Waldo 1 - Anthony Longo 1 - Jonathan Hamer

2010 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009 2009-10

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.12 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 2. 0.07 - Tyler Rampey (29 games) 3. 0.07 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 4. 0.06 - Juan Perez (31 games) 5. 0.04 - Michael Waldo (26 games) 6. 0.03 - Jonathan Hamer (30 games)

2010 2009-10 2009 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

SCORING (CAREER) Points 1. 6 - Mauricio Ramirez (3g) 6 - Tyler Rampey (2g 2a) 3. 5 - Anthony Longo (2g 1a) 4. 4 - Frank Rodriguez (1g 2a) 4 - Ahmedtayib Haji (2g) 4 - Brandon Belcon (2g) 7. 3 - Jonathan Hamer (1g 1a) 3 - Michael Waldo (1g 1a) 9. 2 - Drew Rynders (1g) 2 - Brett Schubert (1g)

2009 2009-10 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009-10 2009-10 2009 2010

Points per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.40 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 2. 0.33 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 3. 0.27 - Brandon Belcon (15 games) 0.27 - Ahmedtayib Haji (15 games) 5. 0.25 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 6. 0.21 - Tyler Rampey (29 games) 7. 0.15 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 8. 0.14 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 9. 0.13 - Drew Rynders (15 games) 10. 0.12 - Michael Waldo (26 games)

2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2009-10 2010 2010 2009 2009-10

Goals 1. 3 - Mauricio Ramirez 2. 2 - Anthony Longo 2 - Brandon Belcon 2 - Ahmedtayib Haji 2 - Tyler Rampey 6. 1 - Arturo Cruz 1 - Brett Schubert 1 - Drew Rynders 1 - Michael Waldo 1 - Frank Rodriguez

2009 2009 2010 2010 2009-10 2010 2010 2009 2009-10 2010

Goals per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.20 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 2. 0.13 - Ahmedtayib Haji (15 games) 0.13 - Brandon Belcon (15 games) 0.13 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 5. 0.08 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 6. 0.07 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 7. 0.07 - Tyler Rampey (29 games) 8. 0.07 - Drew Rynders (15 games)

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Shots attempted 1. 22 - Brian Doellman (0 goals) 2. 21 - Mauricio Ramirez (3 goals) 3. 19 - Juan Perez (0 goals) 4. 15 - Frank Rodriguez (1 goals) 5. 13 - Dustin Curtis (0 goals) 13 - Brett Schubert (1 goals) 7. 11 - Michael Waldo (1 goals) 11 - Tyler Rampey (2 goals) 11 - Anthony Longo (2 goals) 10. 10 - Drew Rynders (1 goals) - 2009 Shots per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 1.40 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 2. 1.38 - Brian Doellman (16 games) 3. 0.94 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 4. 0.93 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 5. 0.81 - Dustin Curtis (16 games) 6. 0.73 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 7. 0.67 - Brandon Belcon (15 games) 0.67 - Drew Rynders (15 games) 9. 0.62 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 10. 0.61 - Juan Perez (31 games)

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Division II Era Career Record Book 1. 11 - Brian Doellman (0 goals) 2. 10 - Frank Rodriguez (1 goals) 10 - Mauricio Ramirez (3 goals) 4. 8 - Juan Perez (0 goals) 5. 7 - Tyler Rampey (2 goals) 6. 6 - Michael Waldo (1 goals) 6 - Drew Rynders (1 goals) 6 - Brett Schubert (1 goals) 9. 5 - Anthony Longo (2 goals) 10. 4 - Brandon Belcon (2 goals)

2009 2010 2009 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009 2010 2009 2010

SOG per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.69 - Brian Doellman (16 games) 2. 0.67 - Mauricio Ramirez (15 games) 3. 0.62 - Frank Rodriguez (16 games) 4. 0.43 - Brett Schubert (14 games) 5. 0.40 - Drew Rynders (15 games) 6. 0.33 - Anthony Longo (15 games) 7. 0.31 - Arturo Cruz (13 games) 8. 0.27 - Brandon Belcon (15 games) 9. 0.26 - Juan Perez (31 games) 10. 0.25 - Dustin Curtis (16 games)

2009 2009 2010 2010 2009 2009 2010 2010 2009-10 2009

GOALKEEPING (CAREER) Saves 1. 105 - Jeremy Carnes (43 GA, 105 saves) 2. 58 - Cole Wardlow (33 GA, 58 saves) 3. 41 - Jack Turanchik (11 GA, 41 saves)

2009 2010 2010

Saves per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 6.56 - Jeremy Carnes (16 games) 2. 5.12 - Jack Turanchik (8 games) 3. 4.83 - Cole Wardlow (12 games)

2009 2010 2010

3. 2 - Jack Turanchik (0-2-0)

2010

Most ties 1. 1 - Jeremy Carnes (0-6-1)

2009

Most shutouts 1. 1 - Jeremy Carnes - 2009 1 - Jack Turanchik - 2010 PARTICIPATION (CAREER) Games played 1. 31 - Juan Perez 2. 30 - Jonathan Hamer 3. 29 - Tyler Rampey 4. 26 - Michael Waldo 5. 16 - Frank Rodriguez 16 - Ryne Torricelli 16 - Quinlin Johnson 16 - J.T. Nankervis 16 - Jeremy Carnes 16 - Brian Doellman

2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010 2009 2010 2009 2009 2009

Games started 1. 23 - Tyler Rampey 2. 18 - Jonathan Hamer 3. 16 - Juan Perez 4. 14 - Ryne Torricelli 14 - Dustin Curtis 14 - Michael Waldo 7. 13 - Mauricio Ramirez 13 - Anthony Longo 13 - Drew Rynders 13 - Peter Ottolini

2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009 2009 2009-10 2009 2009 2009 2010

Save percent (minimum 5 minutes) 1. .788 - Jack Turanchik (11 GA, 41 saves) 2010 2. .709 - Jeremy Carnes (43 GA, 105 saves) 2009 3. .637 - Cole Wardlow (33 GA, 58 saves) 2010 Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. 1.62 - Jack Turanchik (11 GA, 609 min) 2. 2.65 - Jeremy Carnes (43 GA, 1460 min) 3. 3.49 - Cole Wardlow (33 GA, 851 min) 4. 4.93 - Brandon Lex (1 GA, 18 min)

2010 2009 2010 2009

Most losses 1. 6 - Cole Wardlow (0-6-0) 6 - Jeremy Carnes (0-6-1)

2010 2009

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Division II Era Game Record Book Most points (2) 1. 4, Heissinger, Taylor; at MacMurray; Sep 4, 2009 4, Ramirez, Mauricio; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 3. 2, Belcon, Brandon; Rockhurst; Sep 05, 2010 2, Belcon, Brandon; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 2, Cruz, Arturo; at Lewis Flyers; Oct 15, 2010 2, Haji, Ahmedtayib; Indianapolis; Oct 10, 2010 2, Haji, Ahmedtayib; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 2, Hamer, Jonathan; Maryville; Sep 17,09 2, Longo, Anthony; at Indianapolis; Oct 09, 2009 2, Longo, Anthony; St. Francis; Sep 03, 2009 2, Ramirez, Mauricio; Bellarmine; Oct. 2, 2009 2, Rampey, Tyler; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 2, Rampey, Tyler; Millikin; Oct 22, 2009 2, Rodriguez, Frank; USI; Sep 26, 2010 2, Rynders, Drew; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 2, Schubert, Brett; Oakland City; Oct 24, 2010 2, Waldo, Michael; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 Most goals (3) 1. 2, Ramirez, Mauricio; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 2. 1, Belcon, Brandon; Rockhurst; Sep 05, 2010 1, Belcon, Brandon; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 1, Cruz, Arturo; at Lewis Flyers; Oct 15, 2010 1, Haji, Ahmedtayib; Indianapolis; Oct 10, 2010 1, Haji, Ahmedtayib; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 1, Hamer, Jonathan; Maryville; Sep 17-09 1, Heissinger, Taylor; at MacMurray; Sep 4, 2009 1, Longo, Anthony; at Indianapolis; Oct 09, 2009 1, Longo, Anthony; St. Francis; Sep 03, 2009 1, Ramirez, Mauricio; Bellarmine; Oct. 2, 2009 1, Rampey, Tyler; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 1, Rampey, Tyler; Millikin; Oct 22, 2009 1, Rodriguez, Frank; USI; Sep 26, 2010 1, Rynders, Drew; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 1, Schubert, Brett; Oakland City; Oct 24, 2010 1, Waldo, Michael; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 Most assists (3) 1. 2, Ebarb, Kaitlyn; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 2, Heissinger, Taylor; at MacMurray; Sep 4, 2009 3. 1, Alstott, Sydney; at MacMurray; Sep 4, 2009 1, Hamer, Jonathan; Millikin; Oct 22, 2009 1, Longo, Anthony; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 1, Perez, Juan; at Lewis Flyers; Oct 15, 2010 1, Perez, Juan; Millikin; Oct 22, 2009 1, Rampey, Tyler; Indianapolis; Oct 10, 2010 1, Rampey, Tyler; Bellarmine; Oct. 2, 2009 1, Rayman, Beth; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 1, Rodriguez, Frank; at Lewis Flyers; Oct 15, 2010 1, Rodriguez, Frank; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 1, Thorpe, Casey; at MacMurray; Sep 4, 2009 1, Waldo, Michael; St. Francis; Sep 03, 2009 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

Most shots (5) 1. 4, Belcon, Brandon; at Maryville; Sep 19, 2010 4, Cruz, Arturo; at Lewis; Oct 15, 2010 4, Doellman, Brian; Millikin; Oct 22, 2009 4, Ramirez, Mauricio; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 4, Rynders, Drew; Blackburn; Aug 28, 2009 6. 3, Brydl, Mike; at Bellarmine; Oct 03, 2010 3, Curtis, Dustin; at Southern Indiana; 09-25-09 3, Curtis, Dustin; Millikin; Oct 22, 2009 3, Curtis, Dustin; Quincy; Oct 25, 2009 3, Doellman, Brian; at Southern Indiana; Sep 25-09 3, Doellman, Brian; Bellarmine; Oct. 2, 2009 3, Doellman, Brian; UMSL; Sep 20, 2009 3, Hamer, Jonathan; Maryville; Sep 17-09 3, Johnson, Quinlin; at Lewis; Oct 15, 2010 3, Longo, Anthony; St. Francis; Sep 03, 2009 3, Ottolini, Peter; Southern Indiana; Sep 26, 2010 3, Perez, Juan; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 3, Ramirez, Mauricio; at Southern Indiana; Sep 25-09 3, Ramirez, Mauricio; at Indianapolis; Oct 09, 2009 3, Ramirez, Mauricio; Bellarmine; Oct. 2, 2009 3, Rampey, Tyler; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 3, Rodriguez, Frank; William Jewell; Sep 03, 2010 3, Rodriguez, Frank; Kentucky Wesleyan; Sep 24, 2010 3, Rodriguez, Frank; Southern Indiana; Sep 26, 2010 3, Rynders, Drew; Quincy; Oct 25, 2009 3, Schubert, Brett; Indianapolis; Oct 10, 2010 3, Schubert, Brett; at Maryville; Sep 19, 2010 Most saves (13) 1. 13, Turanchik, Jack; at Maryville; Sep 19, 2010 13, Wardlow, Cole; at Quincy; Oct 22, 2010 3. 12, Carnes, Jeremy; at Southern Indiana; Sep 25-09 12, Carnes, Jeremy; Lewis; Oct 18, 2009 12, Carnes, Jeremy; Bellarmine; Oct. 2, 2009 6. 11, Turanchik, Jack; William Jewell; Sep 03, 2010 7. 9, Wardlow, Cole; at Northern Kentucky; Oct 01, 2010 8. 8, Carnes, Jeremy; Northern Kentucky; Oct 04, 2009 8, Wardlow, Cole; at UW-Parkside; Oct 17, 2010 10.7, Carnes, Jeremy; at Rockhurst; Sep 05-09 7, Carnes, Jeremy; at Missouri S&T; Sep 13-09

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All-Time Roster Name

Years Played Bringuet, Scott 2007-08 Brink, Daniel 1982-83 A Briseno, Estaban 1978 Brown, Rob 1990-91 Aarli, Eric 1994 Bryan, Greg 1991-93 Admire, Scott 1984 Brydl, Mike 2010-present Aldrich, Chris 1978 Brzowski, Chris 1994-95 Alvarez, Eduardo 2007 Bujdei, Beny 1997 Ambrose, Jeff 1999-00 Bundy, Tom 1978 Amlong, Tim 1988-89 Burgos, Jose 2004-05 Anderson, Scott 1979-80 Buss, Brian 1996-97 Anderton, Graeme 1987-89 Butler, Andy 1995/1997-98 Ardelean, Flavious 1999-00 Arendt, Kyle 2007-09 C Arnott, Kevin 1981 Aydogdu, Hakan 1998-99 Calderon, Miguel 1995 Aylard, Rick 1979-80 Campbell, Dennis 1996-97 Aylard, Ron 1979-80 Campeau, Mike 1981 Campos, Geraldo 1997-00 B Campos, Roberto 1998-00 Carnes, Jeremy 2008-09 Baker, Korey 2004-05 Carrico, Ken 1977-78 Ballios, Nick 1978-80 Carrion, Carlos 1981 Banaz, Musfafa 2009 Carter, Jerome 1982-83 Barbosa, Jaime 1988 Cassler, Marvin 1992 Barcenas, Andrea 2004 Catinella, Tony 1982 Barcenas, Andres 2002-05 Ciaramitaro, Vince 1986-87 Barutcu, Cuneyt 1993-95 Chae, Patrick 1993-95 Bauer, Brian 1999-00 Christensen, Mark 1986 Beard, Greg 1995 Christofilakos, Peter 2003 Becher, Bill 1985-86 Clark, Leon 2001-02 Becher, Joe 1988-89 Cobiella, Mario 1980-81 Beckett, Chris 1995 Conlon, John 1994 Bedford, Sam 1991-92 Contreras, Erwin 1992 Belcon, Brandon 2010-present Corona, Jose 1992-93 Bell, Bobby 1992-93 Costello, Jimmy 1989 Belobraydic, Bob 1982-83 Cour, Ryan 2002-03 Bernadel, Mario 1980-81 Credille, Tim 1977 Bilgilisoy, Bektas 1999-2000 Cruz, Alexander 2002-03/2005 Bishop, Alex 2008-09 Cruz, Arturo 2010 Block, Mike 2891 Cumpek, Frank 1985-86 Bloom, Gary 1980-81 Curtis, Dustin 2009 Blumberg, Scott 2008-09 Curtner, Doug 1997 Bogdanovich, Russ 1990 Boisette, Guy 1980 D Bollman, Randy 1994-95 Bork, Scott 1995-96 Daily, Mike 1977 Breitung, Bryan 1998-99 Davis, Gary 1995 43

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All-Time Roster DeCol, Fulvio 2008 Deering, Mike 1982-83 DeKorsi, Rob 1988-90 DePauli, Andy 1984-85 Dergelev, Denis 1995-96 DeRousse, Mark 1978-80 Diaz, Lucas 1993 Dobson, Matt 2005 Doe, Ezekiel 1987-89 Doe, Jefferson 1991 Doellman, Brian 2006-09 Doerfler, Jamie 2002-03 Donovan, Jerry 1982-83 Donyen, Alfonso 1996 Drake, Jef 1989-90 Drew, Matt 1997 Drew, Tony 1991 Dwyer, Mike 1988-89 E Eck, Daniel 2006-07 Eck, Matt 1985-86 Eck, Steve 1977-79 Edordu, Paul 1979 Elmore, Jesse 2001-03 Eren, Sel 1993-94 Equez, Chuck 1990-91 Esenler, Bora 1991-93 F Fahnestock, Tim 1996-97 Fantham, Tony 1980-82 Ferguson, Javid 2003/2005 Fernandez, Castro 1983 Fernandez, Nelson 1980-81 Filipiak, Michial 2008 Findley, Adam 2005-08 Fletcher, Chris 1997 Flynn, Daniel 2003 Flynn, Sean 2005-06 Formea, Chad 1995-98 Formea, Corey 1995-98 Fox, Rob 1998-99 Fraase, T.J. 1996-98 Frey, Jerrod 1992-93 Fuentes, Manuel 1986 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

G Galo, Rogel 2002 Galvez, Alex 1984 Gardiner, Charles 1980-82 Garnett, Elvis 1980 Gaudreault, Dennis 1988-89 Gerding, Kasey 2002-03 Gibilterra, Tim 1985-86 Glardon, Ken 1981 Gleason, Jeff 1991 Gonulsen, Tim 1998 Grahn, Jim 1977-78 Grassi, John 1978-79 Gravatt, Tom 1990-91 Groark, Kevin 1988-89 Groth, A.J. 2006-07 Guler, Berk 2001-03 Gusloff, Chris 1990-91 Guzman, Mario 1999-2000 H Hahs, Chris 1990 Haji, Ahmedtayib 2010-present Halic, Ivek 2002-03 Hamer, Jonathan 2009-present Hammarstrom, Bertil 1983-84 Hampson, Mike 1991-92 Handy, Greg 1987-88 Handy, Jon 1985-86 Hardwick, David 2005 Hartwick, David 2002-05 Hartwick, Luke 2010-11 Hedegaard, Jens 1986 Hemingway, James 1993-95 Hempen, Adam 2010 Henneken, Greg 1977 Hennessey, Scott 1982-83 Hernandez, Jeremiah 2010-present Hernandez, Cristian 1994 Herrera, Jason 1997-98 Hicke, Bob 1980 Hoette, Zach 2003 Hotlen, Aaron 1994 Hula, Curtis 1992-93 Hutchinson, Dennis 1984 Hutchinson, Michael 2004-05 44


All-Time Roster J Jackson, Kenny 2004-05 Jacaway, George 1996-97 Jallah, Francis 1992 James, Vanburn 1998 Johnson, Armstrong 2008 Johnson, Scott 1977-78 Johnson, Quinlin 2010-present Jones, Zach 2005-07 Joost, Peter 1979-80 Juliano, Fred 1978-79 K Kaldis, Frank 1986 Kanu, Ibrahim 1977 Karlis, Scott 1983-84 Kasting, Brian 1986 Kellam, Bob 1996-97 Kilani, Hytham 2001-02 King, Jim 1985-86 Knight, Gary 1994-95 Knoepfel, John 1980 Korbajramd, Abdul 2006-07 Korbel, Dave 1980-81 Kozeny, Steve 2004 Krohe, John 1987-88/1992 Kumar, Anup 1986 Kusina, Leroy 2006 Kutlu, Yonas 2001-03 L Ladell, Ric 1983 Lakin, Jerry 1989 Lambdin, Oscar 1977-79 Langert, Ed 1988-89 Lantz, Andy 2005-06 Leach, Ryan 2002-03 Lee, Piper 1997-99 Levy, Basil 1989 Lex, Brandon 2007-09 Liapakis, Aris 1977-78 Libbra, Troy 1992 Lidster, George 1981-83 Lincoln, Isaiah 1988-90 Lindstrom, Mike 1982 45

Lipe, Greg 1993-94 Lochbaum, John 1992-95 Loftus, Jason 1995-96 Longo, Anthony 2006-09 Lopez, Eusebio 1980-81 Lora, Mauricio 2003-04 M Maher, Jerry 1977 Mann, Pat 1993-94 Mannion, John 1995 Mansholt, John 1989 Markowitz, Israel 1981 Masllorens, Josep 1993-94 Massalone, Frank 1977-78 Mastrantuono, Eric 1984-85 Mastrolonardo, G. 2006-07 Mateski, Robert 1985-86 McIntyre, Scott 1999 Milczarek, Tomasz 1997 Milicevic, Bojan 2004 Miller, Curt 2002-05 Miller, Patrick 2001-02 Miranda, Jose 1992-93 Misiaszek, Mariusz 2006-07 Mitchell, Phillip 2006-07 Mochamuk, Kevin 1985 Momoh, Tony 1977 Montero, Rene 1991-93 Moon, Brian 2001-02 Moore, B.J. 1992-95 Mork, Ian 1992 Moser, Kirk 1989-90 Moser, Mark 1986-87 Murray, Joe 1995-96 Musa, Momodou 1982-83 N Nankervis, JT 2005/2007-09 Napolitano, Sam 2010-present Nasello, Tim 1985-86 Nesch, Roger 1989-90 Nokes, Shawn 2001-02 Nyagloeh, Arthur 1997 www.UISPrairieStars.com


All-Time Roster O O’Donnell, Joseph O’Fallon, Pat O’Halloran, John Oldfield, Ken Ostrander, John Ottolini, Peter Owsley, Chad Owsley, Chris Ozer, Mustafa

1983-84 1993-94 1988-89 1985 1992-93 2010 1992/1994 1986/1988 1980

P Pagliara, Ross 2002-04 Parkins, Peter 1984 Perez, Juan 2009-present Petri, John 2004-05 Petri, Larry 1977-78 Phetthongsy, Kino 2007 Phillips, Jamie 1993-94/1997 Phillips, Pat 1988-89 Pianezza, Paul 2001-05 Pierce, Jason 1997 Pierce, Todd 2002-05 Pike, Marty 1985-86 Piotrowski, Jakub 2007-08 Pisano, Steve 1980 Pitakis, Punya 1977 Purser, Charles 1986-87 R Radil, Ray 2002 Rajcic, Chris 2008-09 Ramirez, Mauricio 2009-present Rampey, Tyler 2006/2008-10 Raschke, Ryan 2003 Rectenwal, Gregory 1982 Redlich, Mark 1984 Robson, Tony 1992 Rocco, Marty 1987 Rodriquez, Frank 2010 Rodriquez, Manny 1981 Rodriquez, Marcus 2002-03 Roegge, John 2006 Roesler, Dave 1983 Roller, Ray 1978-79 2011 UIS Men’s Soccer Media Guide

Rooney, Mike 1988-89 Rosenburg, Jeff 1992 Ross, Gary 1983-85 Rotroff, Zach 2009 Ryan, John 2004-05 Rynders, Drew 2005-06/2008-09 S Samuel, Neil 1979-81 Sanchez, Rick 1989-90 Sands, John 1983-84 Sanlin, Ron 1993-94 Sargent, Jeff 1990-91 Sarr, Essa 1982-84 Sayon, Eddie 2008 Scalise, Vic 1982-83 Scheer, Craig 1996-97 Schehr, Bob 1984-85 Schenk, Chris 1988-89 Schiller, Brad 1990 Schilling, Chris 2004-05 Schoeppel, Kevin 1977 Schrage, Ryne 2006 Schubert, Brett 2010-11 Scroggins, Joe 1988/1990 Scroggins, Tim 1986-87 Sessi, Quasivi 1979 Shanley, Brian 1982-83 Sharp, Jason 1990 Sharp, Lloyd 1984-85 Shehadi, Elias 1977-78 Shields, Scott 1978 Siegl, Scott 1985-86 Simmons, Andy 2001-04 Simmons, Ty 1977 Skender, Jeff 1986-87 Skrivan, Doug 1987-88 Skrivan, Scott 1986 Sloan, Matt 1998-99 Smith, Jeff 1982-83 Smith, Jim 1978/1981 Smith, Joe 1982 Sollie, Steve 1978-80 Sondker, Chris 1989 South, Paul 2007/2010 Sprague, Steve 1985-86 Spray, Bryan 1997-98 46


All-Time Roster Stahl, Dan 1990-91 Stark, Matt 2006-07 Steffen, Bill 1990-91 Stocker, Steve 1987 Stockman, Scott 1985-87 Stone, Justin 1997-98 Sullivan, Kevin 1983 Sullivan, Michale 2008 Sylvester, Max 2010 Sztochmal, Tom 1984-86 T Tabag, Muzaffer 1999-00 Talbert, Rod 1988 Tate, Sam 1986-87 Taylor, Kelly 1982-83 Teeter, Kane 1997-00 Tejada, Bob 1984-85 Tennant, Mickey 1992-94 Tokgoz, Gurel 1994-95 Torricelli, Ryne 2009 Touissant, Fred 1989 Troppa, Rene 1999-00 Turanchik, Jack 2010-present U Uslu, Cihan 1992-94 Uzel, Ercan 1996-99 V Valdez, Oscar 1996-99 Valenti, John 1990-91 Valenti, Nick 1991 Vasquez, Jessie 1979-80 Vasquez, Ulises 2007 Vaughn, Steve 1988 Vega, Dave 1991-92 Verdu, Toby 1977-78 Vlcek, Jason 1997 Vorreyer, Blake 2010 W Waldo, Michael 2008-10 Walker, Chance 2005-08 47

Wardlow, Cole Webb, Dean Welch, Tom Whitaker, Chris White, Chuck White, Dave Wiegand, Rick Wilcockson, Todd Wilkening, Brett

2010-11 1981-82 1979-80 1994-95 1981-82 1990-91 1978-79 1997 1995 Y

Yakici, Ismail 1998-00 Yigit, Ali 1998-99 Yonan, Danny 1990-91 Young, Kevin 1995-96 Z Zacarias, Jose 1983 Zeller, Todd 1987-88 Zettlmeier, Larry 1985-86 Zimmermann, Kevin 1995-96

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The UIS men's soccer media guide

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