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Quincy University men's Soccer

2012 Media Guide

Hawk Team Quick Facts • Nickname • Colors • National Affiliation • Conference • Home Field • Seating Capacity • Head Coach • Assistant Coaches • Sports Information Director • 2011 Overall Record • 2011 GLVC Record • 2011 GLVC Finish • Post-Season Result • Starters Returning • Returning Players

Hawks Brown, White and Gold NCAA Division II Great Lakes Valley North Campus 2,000 Mike Carpenter Jack Mackenzie & Sean Hughes Brendan Bittner 12-5-3 9-4-2 Fourth Place W 2-1 OT2 over Drury in GLVC Championship 10 19

2012 Schedule Date Opponent Sept. 1 Truman State Sept. 2 Lindenwood Sept. 7 Southern Indiana* Sept. 9 Kentucky Wesleyan* Sept. 14 Bellarmine* Sept. 16 McKendree* Sept. 21 Missouri S & T* Sept. 23 Drury* Sept. 28 Rockhurst* Sept. 30 William Jewell* Oct. 5 Indianapolis* Oct. 7 Saint Joseph's* Oct. 12 Lewis* Oct. 14 UW-Parkside* Oct. 19 Maryville* Oct. 21 Missouri-St. Louis* Oct. 24 Illinois Springfield*

Time 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Media Information 2012 Schedule.................................................1 Team Quick Facts............................................1 Quincy, Illinois..................................................2 Athletic Administration and Staff......................3 hawks COACHING staff/SUPPORT Mike Carpenter, Head Coach...........................4 Jack Mackenzie, Assistant Coach....................5 Sean Hughes, Graduate Assistant...................6 John Piontek, Team Manager..........................6 Stephanie Taylor, Athletic Trainer.....................6 Angela Barry, Athletic Trainer...........................6 the hawks 2012 Roster......................................................7 Michael Andres.................................................8 Nate Heryford...................................................8 Carl Hodges.....................................................8 D.J. Lampert.....................................................8 Ernad Muratovic...............................................9 Jeff Vaninger.....................................................9 Zach Venvertloh...............................................9 Tim Berra..........................................................9 Eddie Ragsdale..............................................10 Ryan Seifert....................................................10 Jake Bond......................................................10 Drew Duncan..................................................10 Chris Garavaglia............................................. 11 Sam Lund....................................................... 11 Steve McAnany.............................................. 11 Dylan Mook.................................................... 11 Ben Oliver.......................................................12 Jordan Roberts...............................................12 Tim Varnum....................................................12 Ethan Venvertloh............................................12 Tommy Vitale..................................................13 Carl Faron......................................................13 2012 Roster Breakdown.................................13 Matt Boettcher................................................14 Pete Condol....................................................14 Tommy Koerper..............................................14 Scott Ladi.......................................................14 Robbie Tays....................................................14 2012 Pronunciation Guide..............................14

History/Records 2011 Results...................................................14 2011 Statistics................................................15 Great Lakes Valley Conference................16-17 Hawks Record Book.......................................18 BOLD - Denotes Home game * - Denotes GLVC game Hawks All-Time Coaching Records................18 Time of events at home location Hawks All-Time Honors..................................19 Hawks Team Honors......................................20 North Campus Field.......................................20 On the Cover, Clockwise From Top Left: Carl Hodges, Michael Andres, Grant Hawks vs. the Nation.....................................21 Ellison, D.J. Lampert, Zach Venvertloh and Jeff Vaninger. The 2012 Quincy University Soccer Media Guide was written, designed and edited Year -by- Year Results...............................21-28 by Sports Information Director Brendan Bittner with help from graduate assistant The Mart Heinen Club....................................29 Torie Bunzell. Editorial assistance was provided by head coach Jack Mackenzie. The cover was designed by Bill Beard. Photography provided QU Sports Information Quincy University Hall of Fame......................30 staff.

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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S

"This is a place where e ve r yo n e wa n t s yo u t o s u c c e e d . "

Q U I N C Y U N I V E R S I T Y

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ounded in 1860 by Franciscan friars, Quincy University is a Catholic, co-educational, residential university offering an academic program that integrates liberal arts, active learning, practical experience, and Franciscan values. Location Quincy, Illinois (pop. 41,000), situated on limestone bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, is a regional hub for a variety of industries, as well as for shopping and recreation. On Campus Enrollment Approximately 1,300 students from 26 states and five other countries.

The Quincy University campus

Faculty More than 70% of full-time faculty have the highest degrees in their fields. Student/ faculty ratio is 14:1, with an average class size of 20.

Alumni Quincy University is represented by over "The Heart of Quincy University," Francis Hall 13,000 alumni in all fifty states and 12 other Technology countries. Among the Wireless Internet access available 2011 graduates, 92% were placed in a professional position or in graduate across campus. Every resident room equipped with high-speed Internet school within six months of graduation. access. Seven computer labs on campus with an average of 20 computers Activities More than 40 clubs and organiza- per lab. tions, including a student newspaper, Financial Aid student magazine, and public radio staApproximately 98% of students from tion; vocal and instrumental groups (and a marching band); theater performanc- all family income levels receive need- or es; three national Greek organizations; merit- based financial assistance. intramural athletics; and professional Distinctions organizations. Cited in U.S. News & World Report "Best Colleges 2012" as a Top 100 Athletics 15 intercollegiate sports. Member of Regional University in the Midwest. the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Valley Conference for men and women. Housing A majority of our students live on campus in residence halls, suites (including the Student Living Center which opened in 2011), apartments, Greek housing, or senior housing. All students are allowed to have cars on campus at no additional cost.

Quincy University Quick Facts • Location- Quincy, Illinois

• National Af­fil­i­a­tion- NCAA Division II

• Founded- 1860

• Conference- Great Lakes Valley Conference

• On Campus Enrollment- Approx. 1,300

• President- Dr. Robert Gervasi

• Religious Affiliation- Franciscan Cath­o­lic

• Athletic Director- Marty Bell

• Nickname- Hawks

• Associate Athletic Director- Rob Mallory

• Colors- Brown, Gold, White

• Assistant Athletic Director/SWA- Danielle Surprenant

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President Dr. Robert Gervasi

Athletic Director/Men's Basketball Marty Bell

Associate Athletic Director Rob Mallory

Assistant Athletic Director/SWA Danielle Surprenant

Baseball Josh Rabe

Women's Basketball Jeni Garber

Men's & Women's Cross Country Lee Osborn

Football Tom Pajic

Women's Golf Nick Myers

Men's Soccer Mike Carpenter

Women's Soccer Dave Musso

Softball Charlene Obert ATHLETIC CONTACT INFORMATION University Phone (217) 228-5432 Athletic Phone (217) 228-5432, Ext. 3500

Men's & Women's Tennis Bill LaTour

Men's Volleyball Hadley Foster

Women's Volleyball Jen Constantino

Sports Hotline Phone (217) 228-5432, Ext. 3525 SID Office Phone (217) 228-5432, Ext. 3518 SID Fax (217) 228-5034 SID E-Mail

Athletic Trainer Stephanie Taylor

Donna Sohn Athletic Administration Assistant

Sports Information Director Brendan Bittner

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Q U A D M I N I S T R A T I O N

HEAD COACH MIKE CARPENTER Mike Carpenter was named the fourth head coach of the men's soccer program at Quincy University on July 25, 2012.

C O A C THE CARPENTER FILE H I N G Education

Quincy - 2002 B.S. Business and Marketing

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He spent the previous nine seasons on the men's soccer coaching staff, the first eight as assistant coach. Prior to the 2011 season, Carpenter was named the program's associate head coach. Carpenter's duties on the staff included assisting in all parts of the men’s soccer program and serving as the program’s lead goalkeeper trainer and recruiter.

In his nine seasons on the QU staff, the Hawks had seven winning seasons, including five Coaching Experience 2002-10 Quincy Assistant Coach seasons with at least 10 wins. In 2011 Quincy Assoc. Head 2011, the Hawks claimed their first-ever GLVC Tournament championship. Also, in 2010, QU advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998. In those two seasons, the Hawks had a combined record of 23-12-5. Carpenter is a 2002 graduate of Quincy University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing. Carpenter was also a former

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player for the Hawks from 19972001. As the starting goalkeeper, he completed his career with a 1.13 goals against average. He recently earned a National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

ASSISTANT COACH JACK MACKENZIE Jack Mackenzie's name has become synonymous with the men's soccer program at Quincy University. His name has been attached to the program since 1969. At a press conference on July 25, 2012, Mackenzie announced that he was stepping down as the head coach of the men's soccer program. He spent 43 seasons as the head coach of the Hawks, but he will remain as an assistant coach in the 2012 season. Mackenzie served as the caretaker of the QU men's soccer program for over four decades and is one of the nation's winningest coaches. He ranks 10th all-time in NCAA history and third at the Division II level. Mackenzie took over the Quincy program in 1969 and two years later, he team won the first of nine NAIA national championships under his watch. The Hawks were also nationchampions three consecutive years from THE MACKENZIE FILE al 1973-75, and again, five straight seasons from 1977-81. Education In Mackenzie's 43 seasons as the QU head Washington, B.S. Physical Education coach, the Hawks finished with a winning Washington, M.A. Physical Education record 37 times, including 29 double-digit win seasons. Mackenzie won his 500th game on Oct. 3, 2010 at Kentucky Wesleyan. Coaching Experience Mackenzie was in charge of the program 1969-2011 Quincy Head Coach when it made the jump from NAIA to NCAA 1963-68 Augustinian HS Head Coach Division I and then to its current status at the NCAA Division II level. One of the most prominent names in collegiate soccer, Mackenzie was inducted into NCAA All-Time the St. Louis Players Hall of Fame in 1997. In Winningest Coaches 1989, he was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame, and in 1979, was named to the Quincy Coach, School Record (Yrs.) University Sports Hall of Fame. Mackenzie stepped down from the proJoe Bean, Wheaton 607-185-61 gram's top spot after two of its most successCliff McGrath, Seattle Pacific 597-233-95 ful seasons since moving to Division II. The Jay Martin, Ohio Wesleyan * 585-113-49 Hawks reached the NCAA Tournament in 2010 after finishing the regular season with Tony Tocco, Rockhurst * 583-166-54 an 11-6-2 record. It was their first appearance in the tournament since 1998. In 2011, Ron Butcher, Keene State * 567-236-70 Quincy won its first-ever Great Lakes Valley Jerry Yeagley, Indiana 544-101-45 Conference Tournament title with a 2-1, comeback victory over Drury in double overtime. Stephen Negoesco, San Francisco 540-172-66 In his career, Mackenzie coached 31 AllDan Gilmore, Rowan * 528-161-53 Americans. He is a four-time NAIA Coach of the Year, winning in 1971, 1975, 1977 and Jack Mackenzie, Quincy * 516-258-76 1981. In addition, he was named the Coach Horst Richardson, Colorado College * 512-284-62 of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association in 1974 and the Metropolitan Life Insurance’s Midwest Region Coach of the Year in 1987. * - Active Coach Mackenzie led the Hawks to the Big Central Soccer Conference regular season and tour-

nament championships in 1988. He was also named named the league's coach of the year. Not to be forgotten is his focus on being a positive student athlete. The Hawks had nine players named to the GLVC Academic All-Conference team in 2010-11 and had the GLVC Fall Scholar-Athlete of the Year in Jack Wedemeier. The team also received the inaugural Fall Sportsmanship Award in Men's Soccer in 2007 as awarded by the Great Lakes Valley Conference's Student Athlete Advisory Committee. Jack and his wife Sharon have six children; Scott, Chirs, Kevin, Beth, Brian and Megan. The Mackenzie’s also have 10 grandchildren.

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Mackenzie’s Year-by-Year Coaching Record

Year Record 1969 8-2-2 1970 15-1-2 1971 17-2-0 * 1972 16-3-0 1973 14-5-1 * 1974 17-2-1 * 1975 19-1-1 * 1976 19-3-1 1977 19-3-0 * 1978 18-3-1 * 1979 16-5-3 *

Year Record 1980 17-6-2 * 1981 21-3-1 * 1982 15-7-2 1983 4-11-2 1984 8-8-2 1985 3-14-1 1986 11-6-1 1987 13-4-2 1988 12-6-2 1989 12-8-1 1990 7-11-0

Year Record 1991 6-7-4 1992 9-7-4 1993 13-6-0 1994 8-8-4 1995 5-9-1 1996 12-9-2 1997 14-7-1 1998 14-4-2 1999 9-9-2 2000 15-6-0 2001 11-7-1

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Year Record 2002 10-6-2 2003 9-9-2 2004 10-6-4 2005 12-5-4 2006 5-9-3 2007 12-4-3 2008 9-6-2 2009 9-8-2 2010 11-7-2 2011 12-5-3 Career 516-258-76 *- National Champion

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GRADUATE ASSISTANT SEAN HUGHES Sean Hughes comes to Quincy with an accomplished and vast background in the world of soccer. Hughes ventured to the United States from Blackburn, England where he played youth soccer and represented the Blackburn Rovers, Preston North End and Bury FC. While overseas, he also played in the FA Youth Cup and represented the Great Britain Catholic U16’s. Hughes’ college career extends most recently to Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he played from 2008 to 2010. Before his stint at Cardinal Stritch, Hughes attended Northeastern State University in Oklahoma from 2006 to 2008 where he was the joint leading goal scorer for both years. After graduating, Hughes played for Whitsunday Miners FC in the second tier of Australian Soccer. The 2011 team finished the highest it ever had in franchise history. Hughes moved on from Australia to represent the Crewsadors FC in the English National Futsal league North in 2012. In the months prior to taking a position as graduate assistant men’s soccer coach at Quincy University, Hughes coached soccer at Sports Domain Academy in New Jersey from March to July 2012. As a graduate assistant, Hughes is currently pursuing a Masters of Business Administration through Quincy University.

S U TEAM MANAGER JOHN PIONTEK P P O R T S T A F F

ATHLETIC TRAINERS STEPHANIE TAYLOR

Stephanie Taylor is entering her fifth season as an athletic trainer for Quincy University. Taylor joined Quincy after spending the previous two years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Kansas State University. While at Kansas State Taylor served as the primary athletic trainer for women's rowing. Her duties included evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. She also assisted the team physician with weekly clinics for general medical conditions and served as a clinical instructor for athletic training students. Prior to joining the staff at Kansas State she served as an athletic training student at Central Methodist University. There she provided medical care and coverage for various teams which included men's soccer, women's softball, football and women's basketball. Taylor, a 2006 graduate of Central Methodist, earned her Master's degree from Kansas State in 2008. Taylor has worked various sports camps, including football and wrestling, and is a member of the NATA.

ANGELA BARRY Angela Barry is in her first season as the athletic training graduate assistant. Barry comes to Quincy after wokring as an athletic training administrative assistant at Culver-Stockton College. There, she documented athletes' clinical hours and performed and tracked the necessary paperwork for each student-athlete. Prior to her experience at Culver-Stockton, Barry interned as an Occupational Health Intern for Dot Foods, Inc. During her time at Dot Foods, Inc., she researched new techniques to prevent injuries on the job, performed consultations and administered therapeutic exercises to employees, and assisted with weight loss challenge programs. Barry is a member of the National Athletic Training Association and has logged over 1,600 hours under ATC supervision. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters of Education at Quincy University. 6 •  QU HAWKS SOCCER 2012

No. Player Pos. 2 Matt Boettcher M 3 Ethan Venvertloh MF 4 Michael Andres D 5 Ben Oliver D 6 Carl Hodges D 7 Nate Heryford MF 8 Pete Condol F 9 Jeff Vaninger F 10 Ernad Muratovic F 11 Dylan Mook D 12 Tim Berra MF 13 Zach Venvertloh D 14 Jordan Roberts F 15 Tommy Koerper MF 16 Jake Bond F 17 Ryan Seifert MF 18 Chris Garavaglia D 19 Tim Varnum MF 20 Robbie Tays MF 21 Steve McAnany MF 22 Tommy Vitale MF 23 Eddie Ragsdale D 24 D.J. Lampert GK 25 Drew Duncan GK 26 Sam Lund GK 27 Carl Faron MF 28 Scott Ladi D

Ht. 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-8 6-1

Wt. 150 155 160 170 160 155 180 145 165 165 160 165 170 155 160 170 165 160 175 170 145 170 165 190 180 155 170

Yr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. R-So. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. R-So. So. Fr. R-So. So. R-Jr. Sr. R-So. R-So. R-Fr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous school) Loveland, Colo./Mountain View HS Quincy, Ill./Quincy HS Ballwin, Mo./DeSmet Dromore, N. Ireland/Banbridge Sedgefield, England/Queen Elizabeth St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell Evansville, Ind./Mount Carmel HS St. Louis, Mo./CBC Urbandale, Iowa/Johnston Parma, Ohio/St. Ignatius St. Louis, Mo./Vianney Quincy, Ill./Quincy HS Durham, England/Gilesgate St. Louis, Mo./Trinity Catholic HS O'Fallon, Mo./CBC St. Peters, Mo./St. Dominic St. Louis, Mo./Vianney St. Louis, Mo./Vianney Edwardsville, Ill./Edwardsville HS St. Louis, Mo./Vianney St. Peters, Mo./Ft. Zumwalt East Florissant, Mo./DeSmet St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran South Florissant, Mo./CBC St. Louis, Mo./Brentwood Wentzville, Mo./Barat Academy Florissant, Mo./DeSmet

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MICHAEL ANDRES P L A Y E R P R O F I L E S

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Senior Defender Ballwin, Missouri DeSmet High School

CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2009..................... 13-0........................13.......................... 2........................... 2...........................6...........................1 2010.................... 19-19.......................17.......................... 0........................... 4...........................4...........................0 2011.................... 16-12........................7........................... 1........................... 1...........................3...........................1 Career................... 48-31.......................37.......................... 3........................... 7..........................13..........................2

NATE HERYFORD

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Senior Midfielder St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell High School

CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2008.....................................................................Was Red-Shirted......................................................................... 2009...................... 7-6..........................4........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 2010..................... 14-0.........................2........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 2011..................... 20-9........................17.......................... 1........................... 1...........................3...........................0 Career................... 41-15.......................23.......................... 1........................... 1...........................3...........................0

CARL HODGES

Senior Defender Sedgefield, England Queen Elizabeth High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2009..................... 17-0........................15.......................... 1........................... 0...........................2...........................0 2010.................... 18-18.......................15.......................... 3........................... 3...........................9...........................1 2011.................... 20-20.......................23.......................... 0........................... 2...........................2...........................0 Career................... 55-38.......................53.......................... 4........................... 5..........................13..........................1

D.J. LAMPERT

Senior Goalkeeper St. Louis, Missouri Lutheran South High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year............GP-GS................ MIN....................SV.................GA............... GAA............ W............... L................T............. SHO 2008............................................................................Was Red-Shirted................................................................................ 2009............... 1-0..................19:55.................... 0....................0..................0.00............. 0................ 0................0................ 0 2010............. 20-20..............1929:14................. 86..................20.................0.93............ 11............... 7................2................ 6 2011............. 12-12..............1063:54................. 38..................13.................1.10............. 6................ 2................3................ 3 Career............ 33-32..............3013:03................ 124.................33.................0.99............ 17............... 9................5................ 9 8 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

ERNAD MURATOVIC Senior Forward Urbandale, Iowa Johnston High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2009.....................................................................Was Red-Shirted......................................................................... 2010...................... 1-0..........................0........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 2011...................... 1-0..........................1........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 Career..................... 2-0..........................1........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0

JEFF VANINGER

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Senior Forward St. Louis, Missouri Christian Brothers College Prep

CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2008.....................................................................Was Red-Shirted......................................................................... 2009..................... 18-0........................20.......................... 1........................... 0...........................2...........................0 2010..................... 19-0........................29.......................... 3........................... 6..........................12..........................0 2011.................... 19-18.......................62.......................... 6........................... 4..........................16..........................1 Career................... 56-18......................111........................ 10......................... 10.........................30..........................1

ZACH VENVERTLOH Senior Defender Quincy, Illinois Quincy High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2009.................... 19-13.......................16.......................... 2........................... 0...........................4...........................1 2010.................... 19-19........................0........................... 0........................... 1...........................1...........................0 2011.................... 20-20........................2........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 Career................... 58-52.......................18.......................... 2........................... 1...........................5...........................1

TIM BERRA Junior Midfielder St. Louis, Missouri Vianney High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2010.................... 17-12........................7........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 2011..................... 20-9........................16.......................... 0........................... 2...........................2...........................0 Career................... 37-21.......................23.......................... 2........................... 2...........................0...........................0 QU HAWKS SOCCER 2012 •  9

P L A Y E R P R O F I L E S

EDDIE RAGSDALE P L A Y E R P R O F I L E S

Junior Defender Florissant, Missouri DeSmet High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2009.....................................................................Was Red-Shirted......................................................................... 2010..................... 19-5.........................3........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 2011..................... 19-9.........................9........................... 1........................... 0...........................2...........................0 Career................... 38-14.......................12.......................... 1........................... 0...........................2...........................0

RYAN SEIFERT

Junior Midfielder St. Peters, Mo. St. Dominic High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2010..................... 20-7........................20.......................... 2........................... 3...........................7...........................1 2011.................... 20-17.......................14.......................... 1........................... 1...........................3...........................0 Career................... 40-24.......................34.......................... 3........................... 4..........................10..........................1

JAKE BOND

Sophomore Forward O'Fallon, Mo. Christian Brothers College Prep

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011..................... 10-0.........................9........................... 0........................... 1...........................1...........................0 Career.................... 10-0.........................9........................... 0........................... 1...........................1...........................0

DREW DUNCAN Sophomore Goalkeeper Florissant, Mo. Christian Brothers College Prep

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CAREER STATISTICS Year............GP-GS................ MIN....................SV.................GA............... GAA............ W............... L................T............. SHO 2010............................................................................Was Red-Shirted................................................................................ 2011.............. 10-8................824:17.................. 53..................10.................1.09............. 6................ 3................0................ 3 Career............. 10-8................824:17.................. 53..................10.................1.09............. 6................ 3................0................ 3 10 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

CHRIS GARAVAGLIA Sophomore Defender St. Louis, Mo. Vianney HS/SIU Edwardsville

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011.................... 20-20........................0........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 Career................... 20-20........................0........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0

SAM LUND

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Sophomore Goalkeeper St. Louis, Mo. Brentwood High School

CAREER STATISTICS Year............GP-GS................ MIN....................SV.................GA............... GAA............ W............... L................T............. SHO 2010.................................................................... Did Not See Varsity Action........................................................................ 2011.................................................................... Did Not See Varsity Action........................................................................ Career...................................................................... No Statistics Recorded...........................................................................

STEVE McANANY Sophomore Midfiedler St. Louis, Mo. Vianney High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011.................... 20-20.......................19.......................... 0........................... 3...........................3...........................0 Career................... 20-20.......................19.......................... 0........................... 3...........................3...........................0

DYLAN MOOK Sophomore Defender Parma, Ohio St. Ignatius High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2010.....................................................................Was Red-Shirted......................................................................... 2011...................... 4-0..........................0........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 Career..................... 4-0..........................0........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 QU HAWKS SOCCER 2012 •  11

P L A Y E R P R O F I L E S

BEN OLIVER P L A Y E R P R O F I L E S

Sophomore Defender Dromore, N. Ireland Banbridge

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011..................... 14-6.........................6........................... 0........................... 1...........................1...........................0 Career.................... 14-6.........................6........................... 0........................... 1...........................1...........................0

JORDAN ROBERTS Sophomore Forward Durham, England Gilesgate

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011.................... 19-11.......................41.......................... 7........................... 3..........................17..........................3 Career................... 19-11.......................41.......................... 7........................... 3..........................17..........................3

TIM VARNUM Sophomore Midfiedler St. Louis, Mo. Vianney High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011............................................................. Did Not See Varsity Action.................................................................. Career...............................................................No Statistics Recorded....................................................................

ETHAN VENVERTLOH Sophomore Midfielder Quincy, Ill. Quincy High School

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011..................... 19-7........................23.......................... 7........................... 3..........................17..........................1 Career.................... 19-7........................23.......................... 7........................... 3..........................17..........................1 12 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

TOMMY VITALE Sophomore Midfielder St. Peters, Mo. Fort Zumwalt East

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CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011...................... 3-0..........................4........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0 Career..................... 3-0..........................4........................... 0........................... 0...........................0...........................0

CARL FARON

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Freshman (Red-Shirt) Midfielder Wentzville, Mo. Barat Academy

CAREER STATISTICS Year................... GP-GS..................... SH......................... G..........................A........................ PTS..................... GWG 2011............................................................. Did Not See Varsity Action.................................................................. Career...............................................................No Statistics Recorded....................................................................

Roster Breakdown by Class Senior (7) Michael Andres Nate Heryford Carl Hodges D.J. Lampert Ernad Muratovic Jeff Vaninger Zach Venvertloh

Junior (3) Tim Berra Eddie Ragsdale Ryan Seifert

Sophomore (11) Jake Bond Drew Duncan Chris Garavaglia Sam Lund Steve McAnany Dylan Mook Ben Oliver Jordan Roberts Tim Varnum Ethan Venvertloh Tommy Vitale

Freshman (6) Matt Boettcher Pete Condol Carl Faron Tommy Koerper Scott Ladi Robbie Tays

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P L A Y E R P R O F I L E S

MATT BOETTCHER

SCOTT LADI

Freshman Midfielder 5-10 • 150 Loveland, Colo. Mountain View High School

Freshman Defender 6-1 • 170 Florissant, Mo. DeSmet High School

PETE CONDOL

ROBBIE TAYS

Freshman Forward 6-1 • 180 Evansville, Ind. Mount Carmel High School

Freshman Midfielder 6-1 • 175 Edwardsville, Ill. Edwardsville High School

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TOMMY KOERPER

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Freshman Midfielder 5-11 • 155 St. Louis, Mo. Trinity Catholic High School

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE #2- Matt Boettcher #18- Chris Garavaglia #7- Nate Heryford #15- Tommy Koerper #28- Scott Ladi #11- Dylan Mook #17- Ryan Seifert #3/13- Ethan/Zach Venvertloh 14 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

BOW-cher Gar-ah-VAH-lee-ah HER-ford KER-per LADDIE MOO-k SEA-furt VIN-vurr-low

SEASON RESULTS (12-5-3 Overall / 9-4-2 GLVC / 5-4-1 Home / 6-1-2 Away / 1-0 Neutral) Date Sep. 3 Sep. 4 Sep. 9 Sep. 11 Sep. 16 Sep. 18 Sep. 23 Sep. 25 Sep. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 29 Nov. 4 Nov. 6

Result W 3-0 L 1-2 T 0-0 (OT2) W 3-1 W 1-0 W 4-1 W 1-0 L 0-2 W 3-2 L 0-5 W 2-1 W 2-0 L 0-1 L 2-3 W 7-0 T 1-1 (OT2) W 5-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 (OT2) W 2-1

Opponent LINDENWOOD #15 TRUMAN STATE MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS* at Maryville* UW-PARKSIDE* LEWIS* at Saint Joseph's* at Indianapolis* WILLIAM JEWELL* ROCKHURST* at Drury* at Missouri S&T* #7 NORTHERN KY.* BELLARMINE* at Kentucky Wesleyan* at Southern Indiana* at Illinois Springfield* LEWIS #6 Rockhurst Drury

Quincy Goals (Assists) Grant Ellison (Ethan Venvertloh) Nate Heryford (Ethan Venvertloh) Grant Ellison (Jeff Vaninger) Grant Ellison (Jeff Vaninger) -Jeff Vaninger (unassisted) Jeff Vaninger (unassisted) Grant Ellison (Carl Hodges) Grant Ellison (Ryan Seifert) Jordan Roberts (unassisted) Grant Ellison (penalty kick) Jeff Vaninger (Grant Ellison) Grant Ellison (Jordan Roberts) Michael Andres (Ethan Venvertloh) -Grant Ellison (penalty kick) Grant Ellison (Nate Heryford) Jordan Roberts (Grant Ellison) - Jeff Vaninger (unassisted) Grant Ellison (Steve McAnany) Jordan Roberts (Steve McAnany) Grant Ellison (unassisted) -Jeff Vaninger (unassisted) Jeff Vaninger (unassisted) Grant Ellison (Tim Berra) Grant Ellison (penalty kick) Ethan Venvertloh (Ben Oliver) Ethan Venvertloh (unassisted) Ryan Seifert (Jordan Roberts) Jordan Roberts (Tim Berra) Ethan Venvertloh (Jordan Roberts) Grant Ellison (Jake Bond) Eddie Ragsdale (Steve McAnany) Grant Ellison (unassisted) Grant Ellison (unassisted) Ethan Venvertloh (Jake Darnell) Ethan Venvertloh (unassisted) Jordan Roberts (Jeff Vaninger) Ethan Venvertloh (Carl Hodges) Jordan Roberts (Jeff Vaninger) Ethan Venvertloh (Grant Ellison; Steve McAnany) Jordan Robets (Michael Andres)

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2 0 1 1 S T A T I S T I C S

GP-GS Shots SOG Goals Asst. Points GWG Ellison, Grant 20-20 63 35 16 3 35 6 Vaninger, Jeff 19-18 62 27 6 4 16 1 Roberts, Jordan 19-11 41 22 7 3 17 3 Venvertloh, Ethan 19-7 23 15 7 3 17 1 Hodges, Carl 20-20 23 8 0 2 2 0 McAnany, Steve 20-20 19 6 0 3 3 0 Heryford, Nate 20-9 17 6 1 1 3 0 Berra, Tim 20-9 16 3 0 2 2 0 Seifert, Ryan 20-17 14 5 1 1 3 0 Ragsdale, Eddie 19-9 9 4 1 0 2 0 Bond, Jake 10-0 9 2 0 1 1 0 Andres, Michael 16-12 7 2 1 1 3 1 Oliver, Ben 14-6 6 1 0 1 1 0 Vitale, Tommy 3-0 4 2 0 0 0 0 Darnell, Jake 6-0 3 1 0 1 1 0 Venvertloh, Zach 20-20 2 0 0 0 0 0 Muratovic, Ernad 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Seago, Matt 2-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Lantz, Nick 2-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mook, Dylan 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Garavaglia, Chris 20-20 0 0 0 0 0 0 Duncan, Drew 10-8 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lampert, D.J. 12-12 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 20 320 140 40 26 106 12 Opponents 20 270 118 23 20 66 5 GOALKEEPING STATISTICS GP-GS Min SV GA GAA W L T ShO Ducan, Drew 10-8 824:17 53 10 1.09 6 3 0 3 Lampert, D.J. 12-12 1063:54 38 13 1.10 6 2 3 3 TEAM 0-0 0:00 4 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 Total 20 1888:11 95 23 1.10 12 5 3 6 Opponents 20 1888:11 100 40 1.91 5 12 3 4 Quincy Opponents

MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS Corners Cards Scoring 1 2 1OT 2OT Total 94 20-Y; 2-R Quincy 19 18 2 1 40 94 27-Y; 1-R Opponents 17 6 0 0 23

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2011 GLVC Final Standings

School Rockhurst Northern Kentucky Indianapolis Quincy Bellarmine Lewis Drury Missouri S&T Missouri-St. Louis William Jewell Wisconsin-Parkside Saint Joseph's Southern Indiana Maryville Kentucky Wesleyan Illinois Springfield

GLVC Record 12-2-1 11-3-0 11-4-0 9-4-2 9-5-1 9-5-1 9-6-0 8-5-2 7-5-3 8-7-0 5-8-2 4-9-2 3-9-2 3-10-0 1-14-0 0-13-2

Pct. .833 .786 .733 .667 .633 .633 .600 .600 .567 .533 .400 .333 .286 .231 .067 .067

Overall Record 17-2-3 14-5-0 15-5-1 12-5-3 10-7-2 9-8-1 13-8-0 10-6-2 8-5-4 10-8-0 7-8-2 4-12-2 5-11-2 4-12-1 3-15-0 0-14-2

Pct. .841 .737 .694 .675 .579 .528 .619 .611 .588 .556 .471 .278 .333 .265 .167 .062

2011 GLVC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS

T H E G L V C

FIRST TEAM Bobby Adkins, Indianapolis Grant Ellison, Quincy Mark Magee, Rockhurst Nick McDonald, Rockhurst Lucas De Rossi, Rockhurst Almin Sabotic, Missouri-St. Louis Paolo Scoppola, Rockhurst Tommy Barrick, Northern Kentucky Spencer Brinkmeyer, Missouri S&T Kyle Miller, Rockhurst Ryan Bass, Rockhurst

SECOND TEAM Aloisio Barros, Lewis Troy Green, William Jewell Cristhian Ramirez, Lewis Michael Bartlett, Northern Kentucky George Thomson, Lewis Jeff Vaninger, Quincy Jack Binns, Bellarmine Kevin Donnelly, Northern Kentucky Anthony Meyer, Northern Kentucky Jon Schreiber, Rockhurst Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T

2011 GLVC AWARD WINNERS Offensive Player of the Year: Grant Ellison, Quincy Defensive Player of the Year: Ryan Bass, Rockhurst

THIRD TEAM Casey Castle, Indianapolis Forrest McCurren, William Jewell Mohammad Salhieh, Northern Kentucky Matt Franco, Indianapolis Lazaro Gil, Lewis Jack Mathis, Drury Ruben Perez, Rockhurst Robert McGowan, Lewis Ian O'Reilly, Northern Kentucky Zach Venvertloh, Quincy Stephen Conner, Drury

2011 GLVC TOURNAMENT RESULTS Quarterfinals - October 29 and 30 #7 Drury def. #2 Northern Kentucky, 2-1 #6 Bellarmine def. #3 Indianapolis , 2-2 (4-2 PKs) #4 Quincy def. #5 Lewis, 2-1 #1 Rockhurst def. #1 Missouri S&T, 3-0

Freshman of the Year: Lucas De Rossi, Rockhurst

Semifinals - November 4 - at Kansas City, Mo. #7 Drury def. #6 Bellarmine, 2-1 #4 Quincy ties #1 Rockhurst, 1-1 (2OT) QU advances 3-2 on PKs

Coach of the Year: Tony Tocco, Rockhurst

Championship - November 6 - at Kansas City, Mo. #4 Quincy def. #7 Drury, 2-1

2011 QUINCY GLVC ALL-ACADEMIC MEMBERS Michael Andres, Dylan Mook, Chris Garavaglia, Carl Hodges, Ben Oliver, Eddie Ragsdale, Ethan Venvertloh, Zach Venvertloh, and Tom Vitale. 18 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

Individual Records Category.........................................................................Record Most Goals (Game) ................... 10, Mike Villa vs. Notre Dame, 1967 Most Goals (Season) ............................... 44, Mike Vil­la, 1967 Most Assists (Season) ............................. 17, Mike Vil­la, 1967 Most Saves (Season) .................. 150, Jason O'Donnell, 1997 Most Shutouts (Season) ...................... 12, Eric Delabar, 1977 Most Goals (Career) ............................ 94, Mike Villa, 1964-67 Most Assists (Career) ........................ 40, Steve Lux, 1979-82 Most Saves (Career) .............. 409, Jason O'Donnell, 1994-97 Most Shutouts (Career) ..................38, Eric Delabar, 1975-78 Consecutive Games Started .......................88, Dan McDonnell, 1975-78

Career Goal Leaders

Player Goals 1. Mike Villa (1964-67) 94 2. Edmundo Camacho (1966, 69-71) 82 3. Emilio John (1974-77) 56 4. Jim Pollihan (1972-75) 53 5. Rich Manna (1967-69) 52 6. Bill Fann (1971-74) 48 7. Grant Ellison (2007-11) 45 Mark Thomas (1986-89) 45 9. Jim Eagan (1971-74) 41 10. Jack Horas (1979-82) 39 10. Tor Duner (1980-81) 38 Season 1966 1967 1970 1974 1974 1975 1981 2000

20-Goal Seasons Player Edmundo Camacho Mike Villa Edmundo Camacho Jim Pollihan Bill Fann Emilio John Tor Duner Matt Vollink

Goals 29 44 26 22 21 20 21 20

Hawks' Coaching Records Coach Frank Longo Total Roger Francour Total Jack Mackenzie National Champion National Champion National Champion National Champion National Champion National Champion National Champion National Champion National Champion Total All-Time

Year(s) Record Pct. 1964 8-0-1 .944 1 Year 8-0-1 .944 1965 9-2-1 .792 1966 13-0-0 1.000 1967 13-2-0 .867 1968 11-4-0 .733 4 Years 46-8-1 .845 1969 8-2-2 .750 1970 15-1-2 .888 1971 17-2-0 .895 1972 16-3-0 .842 1973 14-5-1 .725 1974 17-2-1 .875 1975 19-1-1 .929 1976 19-3-1 .848 1977 19-3-0 .864 1978 18-3-1 .841 1979 16-5-3 .729 1980 17-6-2 .720 1981 21-3-1 .860 1982 15-7-2 .667 1983 4-11-2 .294 1984 8-8-2 .500 1985 3-14-1 .194 1986 11-6-1 .639 1987 13-4-2 .737 1988 12-6-2 .650 1989 12-8-1 .595 1990 7-11-0 .389 1991 6-7-4 .471 1992 9-7-4 .550 1993 13-6-0 .684 1994 8-8-4 .500 1995 5-9-1 .367 1996 12-9-2 .565 1997 14-7-1 .659 1998 14-4-2 .789 1999 9-9-2 .526 2000 15-6-0 .714 2001 11-7-1 .605 2002 10-6-2 .611 2003 9-9-2 .500 2004 10-6-4 .600 2005 12-5-4 .667 2006 5-9-3 .382 2007 12-4-3 .711 2008 9-6-2 588 2009 9-8-2 .526 2010 11-7-2 .600 2011 12-5-3 .675 43 Years 516-258-78 .651 48 Years 558-261-75 .666

Team and Miscellaneous Records Longest Winning Streak.................................................................................................... Longest Winning Streak in Tournament Play.................................................................. Most Shutouts in a Season............................................................................................... Most Consecutive Shutouts.............................................................................................. Most Consecutive Shutouts in Post Season Play.......................................................... Most Consecutive Games Played without Being Shutout............................................. Most Goals Scored in a Season....................................................................................... Most Goals Scored in a Game.......................................................................................... Fewest Goals Allowed in a Season.................................................................................. Most Goals Allowed in a Season...................................................................................... Most Goals Allowed in a Game......................................................................................... Most Games Played in a Season...................................................................................... Most Games Won in a Season.......................................................................................... Most Games Lost in a Season.......................................................................................... Biggest Comeback............................................................................................................. Longest Game....................................................................................................................

20 Games (1966-67) 40 Games (1976-82) 14 (1977) 7 (1998) 6 (1977, 1979, 1980) 42 Games (1976-77) 120 (1967) 16 vs. Notre Dame (1967) 10 Goals (1965 & '68) 45 Goals (1985) 7 twice; last at UIS (2000) 25 Games (1981) 21 Games (1981) 14 Games (1985) Trailed SIUE 3-0 at half, came back to win 4-3 (10-11-86) 14 OT (221:43 minutes played), L 1-2 vs. Simon Fraser (1976)

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NAIA National All-Tournament Selections

A L L T I M E H O N O R S

Year Player 1966 Jerry Murphy, Rich Wrobel, Carl Schwarzen, Mike Villa, Edmundo Camacho 1967 Mike Villa, Tom DiMaria, Rich Manna, Rich Wrobel 1968 Rich Schwarzen, Rich Wrobel, Rich Manna 1970 Edmundo Camacho (Outstanding Forward), Al Harte (Outstanding Back), Mario Camacho, Bob Pollihan 1971 Al Harte (Outstanding Back), Edmundo Camacho, Bill Fann, John Schneider 1972 Mario Camacho, Al Harte, Mark Mathis 1973 Jim Eagan, Mark Mathis, Rich Zeidler, Jim Pollihan (Outstanding Forward) 1974 Jim Pollihan (Outstanding Forward), Bill Fann, Frank Vinciguerra 1975 Jim Pollihan (Outstanding Forward), Sam Bick, Eric Delabar, Frank Vinciguerra 1976 Emilio John, Frank Vinciguerra, Tim Werner 1977 Emilio John (Outstanding Forward), Tim Werner, Mike DiRaimondo 1978 Eric Delabar, Tim Werner, Bob Radice (Out­stand­ing Forward) 1979 Brian Belobradic, Steve Lux, Mike Gallo 1980 John Gallo, Mark Roome, Mike Gallo 1981 Mark Roome, Tor Duner, Claes Sandstrom, Steve Lux 1982 Claes Sandstrom

NAIA National Tournament Most Valuable Player

Year Player 1966 Edmundo Camacho 1967 Mike Villa 1971 Al Harte 1974 Jim Pollihan 1977 Emilio John 1978 Bob Radice 1980 Mike Gallo

All-Americans

Year Player 1966 Edmundo Camacho 1966 Carl Schwarzen, Edmundo Camacho (Hon. Mention) 1967 Mike Villa (Hon. Mention) 1970 Al Harte (1st Team); Edmundo Camacho (Hon. Mention) 1971 Al Harte & John Schneider (1st Team) 1972 Al Harte (1st Team); Mario Camacho (Hon. Mention) 1973 Mark Mathis (Hon. Mention) 1974 Jim Pollihan (2nd Team) 1975 Sam Bick (1st team); Jim Pollihan (Hon. Mention) 1976 Neil Frederickson (2nd Team) 1977 Emilio John (1st Team) 1978 Eric Delabar 1979 Brian Belobradic (2nd Team) 1980 Mike Gallo & Tor Duner (1st Team) 1981 Tor Duner & Steve Lux (1st Team) . Mark Roome (3rd Team) 1982 Steve Lux (2nd Team); Claes Sandstrom (Hon. Mention) 1983 Claes Sandstrom (1st Team) 1987 Joachim Lagerstedt (2nd Team) 1998 Jay Wright (1st Team) Jonathan Douglas (2nd Team) 2000 Matt Vollink (2nd Team) 2004 Josh Worth (3rd Team) 2011 Grant Ellison (3rd Team)

All-Academic Selections

Year Player 1981 Mark Roome (1st Team All-America) 1982 Jack Horas (1st Team All-America) 1988 Will Mondi, Bernie Vahlkamp (All-Region)

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1989 Will Mondi (All-Region) 1991 Scott Gregory (All-Region) 1993 Craig Hingle (All-Region) 1998 Travis Dinkheller (All-Region) 2001 Matt Spector (All-Region) 2001 Matt Spector (2nd Team All-America) 2002 Matt Spector (All-Region) 2002 Matt Spector (1st Team All-America) 2004 Nick Frederickson (All-Region) 2005 Nick Frederickson (All-Region) 2005 Nick Frederickson (2nd Team All-America) 2008 Jack Wedemeier (All-District) 2009 Jake Pittroff (2nd Team All-District) 2009 Jack Wedemeier (2nd Team All-District) 2010 Jack Wedemeier (GLVC Scholar-Athlete) 2011 Zach Venvertloh (1st Team All-District)

All-Region Selections

Year Player 1966 Carl Schwarzen.. Edmundo Camacho 1967 Mike Villa 1968 Rich Schwarzen Rich Wrobel Tom DiMaria 1969 Rich Manna Walt Gawrych Dennis Meyer 1970 Al Harte Edmundo Camacho Tom Pollihan Tom DiMaria 1971 Al Harte John Schneider Edmundo Camacho 1972 Al Harte Mario Camacho John Schneider 1973 Mark Mathis Sam Bick 1974 Jim Pollihan Sam Bick Matt Weiss 1975 Sam Bick.. Jim Pollihan Emilio John 1976 Neil Frederickson Ed Renaud Eric Delabar Emilio John 1977 Emilio John.. Eric Delabar 1978 Eric Delabar Dan McDonnell 1979 Brian Belobradic Pat Howley 1980 Gary Hampel Pat Howell 1983 Frank Bufe Claes Sandstrom (1st Team) Dave Sandercock Gary Cook (2nd Team) 1988 Joachim Lagerstedt Jim Garland Mark Thomas 1989 Mark Thomas 1996 Jonathan Douglas Jason O'Donnell (2nd Team) 1997 Chris Atkinson Jason O'Donnell Josh Woodworth (2nd Team) 1998 Jay Wright Johnathan Douglas (1st Team) Scott Rogles Matt Mader (2nd Team) 1999 Sean Collins Scott Rogles (2nd Team).. 2000 Sean Collins Matt Vollink (1st Team) 2001 Matt Spector (2nd Team)

2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2010 2011

Senad Hot Brad King Matt Spector (1st Team) Josh Worth (1st team) Dave Musso (2nd Team) Josh Worth (1st team) Senad Hot (2nd Team) Nick Frederickson (3rd team) Nenad Savic (3rd Team) Nick Frederickson (1st team) Dan O’Leary (2nd Team) Brian Forrest (3rd Team) Brad Niemann (2nd Team) Branko Isailovic (3rd Team) Branko Isailovic (2nd Team) Grant Ellison (1st Team Daktronics) Grant Ellison (2nd Team NSCAA) D.J. Lampert (3rd Team NSCAA) Jack Wedemeier (2nd Team NSCAA) Grant Ellison (1st Team Daktronics) Grant Ellison (1st Team NSCAA) Zach Venvertloh (2nd Team NSCAA) Jeff Vaninger (3rd Team NSCAA)

All-GLVC Selections

Year Player 1996 Jonathon Douglas (1st Team) Josh Woodworth (2nd Team) 1997 Jason O'Donnell (2nd Team) Matt Vollink (2nd Team) 1998 Jay Wright (1st Team) Jonathan Douglas (1st Team) Scott Rogles (1st Team) Andy Ippensen (2nd Team) Chris Atkinson (2nd Team) Matt Mader (2nd Team) 1999 Sean Collins (2nd Team) Doug Newsom (2nd Team) Scott Rogles (2nd Team) 2000 Matt Vollink (1st Team) Sean Collins (2nd Team) Juan Tortosa (2nd Team) 2001 Matt Spector (2nd Team) 2002 Senad Hot (1st Team) Brad King (1st Team) Matt Spector (1st Team) Dave Musso (2nd Team) Wayne Wiseman (2nd Team) 2003 Dave Musso (1st Team) Josh Worth (1st Team) Kevin Vaninger (2nd Team) 2004 Josh Worth (1st Team) Senad Hot (2nd Team) Nick Frederickson (2nd Team) 2005 Nick Frederickson (2nd Team) Dan O'Leary (2nd Team) Brian Forrest (2nd Team) Mark Taylor (Hon. Mention) Brad Niemann (Hon. Mention) 2006 Nena Savic (Hon. Mention) 2007 Branko Isailovic (2nd Team) Brad Niemann (2nd Team) Jayme Groark (3rd Team) 2008 Grant Ellison (3rd Team) Branko Isailovic (1st Team) 2009 Scott Greubel (3rd Team) Jack Wedemeier (3rd Team) 2010 Abe Dirnberger (3rd Team) Grant Ellison (2nd Team) D.J. Lampert (2nd Team) Jack Wedemeier (1st Team) 2011 Grant Ellison (1st Team) Jeff Vaninger (2nd Team) Zach Venvertloh (3rd Team)

Quincy University's North Campus Field

Record at North Campus Field 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

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

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

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

2002 5-3-1 2003 6-4-0 2004 4-3-2 2005 7-3-2 2006 3-2-3 2007 8-1-2 2008 2-4-1 2009 6-2-1 2010 4-4-1 2011 5-4-1 Overall 196-95-32

The year 2009 marked the 30th anniversary of the Hawks move to North Campus Field. The Hawks wasted little time in carrying their tradition to the new field, winning four consecutive National Championships in the field's first four years. The Hawks have seen six different men's soccer squads advance to the National Tournament while calling North Campus Field home. The decision for the Hawks' move to North Campus Field was made in 1975 by Quincy University Athletic Director Sherrill Hanks and Hawks head coach Jack Mackenzie. They were joined in their efforts by the Mart Heinen Booster Club and the group eyed the current location for the move. The field's lone resident, the QU men's soccer team, was joined in 1983

when Quincy University added the women's soccer program. The field, which was orginally named the OLA Field, was re-named in 1984 following the acquisition of the Our Lady of Angels Seminary by Quincy University. The following year, with the help of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Willer and Hardee's Restaurants, Quincy University installed lighting at the field which enabled the Hawks to return to "Prime Time" with night contests. The development and improvement of North Campus field continues through today, with the additions of a scoreboard, bleachers, sprinkler system and the KPM Soccer Clubhouse which includes lockerrooms, public restrooms, a concession area and ticket office.

HAWKS TEAM HONORS

Hawk Soccer Captains

1964............................................................................................ Mike Bertani 1965........................................................................... Mike Bertani, Jim Prow 1966...................................................... Ken Husted, Rich Wrobel, Mike Villa 1967............................................... Mike Villa, Rich Schwarzen, Rich Wrobel 1968.................................................................Rich Schwarzen, Rich Wrobel 1969...................................................................... Jim Huneke, Jerry Murphy 1970........................................................................Erv Pesek, Dennis Meyer 1971........................................................... Tom Pollihan, Dennis Klosterman 1972................................................................................................... Al Harte 1973.............................................................................Bill Fann, Mark Mathis 1974.......................................................Bill Fann, Paul Geerling, Matt Weiss 1975............................................. Sam Bick, Neil Frederickson, Jim Pollihan 1976..................................Neil Frederickson, Ed Renaud, Frank Vinciguerra 1977........................................................................Emilio John, Eric Delabar 1978................................... Eric Delabar, Dan McDonnell, Mike DiRaimondo 1979...................................................................Brian Belobradic, Mike Gallo 1980....................................................Gary Hampel, Pat Howley, Mike Gallo 1981...................................................... Mark Roome, Steve Lux, John Gallo 1982............................................... Steve Lux, Claes Sandstrom, John Gallo 1983................................................................. Claes Sandstrom, Frank Bufe 1984............................................................. Mike Mitchell, Dave Sandercock 1985.................................................................................... Dave Sandercock 1986....................................................................... John Westcott, Rob Harte 1987................................................................................................. Pat Olwig 1988.............................. Dev Reeves, Mike McLaughlin, Joachim Lagerstedt 1989........................................................................Mark Thomas, Will Mondi 1990........................................................................................... Sean Bowers 1991................................................................... Scott Gregory, Billy Marshall 1992.......................................................................... Tom Bower, Bill Siebers 1993.......................................Heath Tagtmeyer, Marty Schafer, Craig Hingle 1994................................................. Craig Hingle, John Kluba, Jerrod Evans 1995..............................................................................................David Knott 1996....................................................... Jonathan Douglas, Jason O'Donnell 1997....................................................... Jonathan Douglas, Jason O'Donnell 1998............................................................................. Seniors by Committee 1999............................................................................. Seniors by Committee 2000...................................................Sean Collins, Matt Spector, Jay Wright 2001...............................................................Matt Spector, Jeremy Thornton 2002.......................................................................... Brad King, Matt Spector 2003........................................................................ Dave Musso, Josh Worth 2004........................................................................... Senad Hot, Josh Worth 2005...................................... Brian Forrest, Nick Frederickson, Dan O’Leary 2006................................................................... Mike DiSalvo, Scott Greubel 2007.......................................Mike DiSalvo, Branko Isailovic, Brad Niemann 2008...................................................................... Mike DiSalvo, Steve Miller 2009............................................................................. Seniors by Committee 2010..................................................... Abe Dirnberger and Jack Wedemeier 2011...........................................................Grant Ellison and Zach Venvertloh

Most Valuable Player 1964............................................................................................ Mike Bertani 1965........................................................................... Mike Bertani, Jim Prow 1966....................................................................................... Carl Schwarzen 1967................................................................................................. Mike Villa 1968...................................................................................... Rich Schwarzen 1969.......................................................................................... Dennis Meyer 1970............................................................................................ Tom DiMaria 1971............................................................................................Tom Pollihan 1972....................................................................................... Mario Camacho 1973.............................................................................................Mark Mathis 1974...............................................................................Bill Fann, Matt Weiss 1975................................................................................................. Sam Bick 1976.................................................................................... Neil Frederickson 1977..............................................................................................Emilio John 1978.............................................................................................Eric Delabar 1979...................................................................................... Brian Belobradic 1980............................................................................................... Mike Gallo 1981..........................................................................Mark Roome, Tor Duner 1982.....................................................................................Claes Sandstrom 1983.....................................................................................Claes Sandstrom 1984......................................................................Mike Mitchell, Tim Thomas 1985............................................................................................. John Sango 1986................................................................................................. Pat Olwig 1987............................................................................ Pat Olwig, Tim Schulte 1988...........................................................................................Mark Thomas 1989...........................................................................................Mark Thomas 1990........................................................................................... Sean Bowers 1991.......................................................................................... Scott Gregory 1992.................................................................C. Hingle, J. Kluba,M. McAvin 1993.............................................................................................Craig Hingle 1994.............................................................................................Craig Hingle 1995..............................................................................................David Knott 1996...................................................................................... Jason O'Donnell 1997.............................................................................................Mark Wilson 1998................................................................................................Jay Wright 1999.........................................................................................Doug Newsom 2000.............................................................................................. Matt Vollink 2001........................................................................................ Kevin Vaninger 2002............................................................................................... Senad Hot 2003.............................................................................................. Josh Worth 2004.............................................................................................. Josh Worth 2005........................................................................................... Dan O’Leary 2006....................................................................................... Branko Isailovic 2007......................................................................................... Brad Niemann 2008....................................................................................... Branko Isailovic 2009............................................................................................ Kyle Dillman 2010............................................................................................Grant Ellison 2011.............................................................................................Grant Ellison

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N O R T H C A M P U S F I E L D

H A W K S V S N A T I O N

Opponent Adelphi University Air Force Academy Akron, University of Alabama A&M University Alabama-Huntsville, University of Alderson-Broaddus College (W.Va.) Arkansas-Little Rock, University of Army Ashland University Augsburg College (Minn.) Aurora College (Ill.) Avila College (Mo.) Baptist College (S.C.) Belhaven College (Miss.) Bellarmine University Benedictine College (Kan.) Berea College (Ky.) Blackburn College (Ill.) Bradley University Brigham Young University California-Berkeley, University of Campbell University Central Florida, University of Chapman College (Cal.) College of Charleston (S.C.) Cincinnati, University of Clemson Cleveland State Colorado College Columbia College (Mo.) Creighton University (Neb.) Culver-Stockton College Davis & Elkins (W. Va.) DePaul Dordt College (Iowa) Drake University Drury University Earlham College (Ind.) Eastern Connecticut State College Eastern Illinois University Erskine College (S.C.) Evansville, University of Findlay, University of Florida International University Florida Southern Florida Tech Fresno-Pacific Furman University (S.C.) Fresno State Gannon George Mason University (Va.) Gordon College (Mass.) Graceland University Greenville College Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) Hannibal-LaGrange Harris-Stowe Houghton College (N.Y.) Illinois, University of Illinois State University Illinois-Chicago Illinois-Springfield, University of Incarnate Word University Indiana University Indiana Purdue University-Ft. Wayne Indianapolis, University of Iowa State Jacksonville University (Fla.) Judson College (Ill.) Keene State College (N.H.) Kentucky Wesleyan College Lake Forest College (Ill.) Lewis University Lincoln University Lindenwood Lindsey-Wilson Long Island University-Brooklyn Louisville, University of 22 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

W L T 1 0 0 2 6 1 3 2 1 2 5 0 5 1 0 5 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 11 0 0 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 12 2 1 15 4 2 1 0 0 12 1 0 6 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 0 4 3 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 6 3 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 4 0 6 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 19 9 5 3 0 0 3 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 8 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 5 5 3 8 1 0 18 6 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 13 5 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 15 0 1 1 0 0 17 14 1 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 1

Opponent Loyola University MacMurray College Marquette University Marycrest College (Iowa) Maryville University McKendree University (Ill.) Memphis, University of Mercyhurst Metropolitan State College Midwestern State University (Texas) Missouri-Kansas City, University of Missouri S&T Missouri-Southern, University of Missouri-St. Louis, University of Newark College of Engineering (N.J.) New Mexico, University of Northern Illinois Northern Kentucky University Northeastern Illinois North Texas State Northwestern University Notre Dame Oakland City Oneonta State University (N.Y.) Parsons College (Iowa) Philadelphia College of Textiles & Sciences Regis University Rockford College (Ill.) Rockhurst University Rollins College (Fla.0 Roosevelt University Rutgers University-Camden (N.J.) Saginaw Valley State University St. Andrews College, N.C. St. Edwards University (Texas) Saint Joseph’s College (Ind.) St. John’s University (Minn.) St. Louis University St. Thomas, Minn., College of St. Xavier University Shimer College (Ill.) Simon Fraser University, Canada South Florida, University of Southern Colorado Southern Indiana, University of SIU Edwardsville Southern Maine, University of Southern Methodist University (Texas) Southwest Missouri State Tampa, University of Tiffin University Trenton State University (N.J.) Trinity College (Conn.) Truman State University Tulsa, University of Upper Iowa University Valaparaiso University (Ind.) Vanderbilt Washington University (Mo.) West Virginia University West Virginia Wesleyan Western Illinois University Western New England College (Mass.) Westmond College (Cal.) Wheaton College (Ill.) William Jewell William Woods University Wisconsin-Green Bay, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, University of Wyoming, University of Totals

W L T 2 1 0 17 0 3 1 2 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 10 3 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 10 5 3 4 0 0 20 10 4 1 0 0 3 3 0 3 5 2 7 9 3 1 0 0 1 1 2 6 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 12 12 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 13 2 1 4 0 0 5 24 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 15 3 1 17 26 7 1 0 0 4 1 0 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 12 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 7 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 25 8 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 9 3 1 2 0 0 3 8 1 11 12 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 570 266 78

1964 8-0-1

MacMurray Aurora 6-1 Shimer Rockford Western Illinois Washington MacMurray 3-2 Lake Forest Total Goals

1965 9-2-1

St. Benedicts Rockford MacMurray Iowa State Blackburn Eastern Illinois St. Benedicts Rockhurst Shimer Parsons Berea Earlham Total Goals

W W

3-2

W W W W W

4-3 7-4 8-2 2-1

W

1-0 34-15

T W W W W W W L W W W L

2-2 4-1 4-0 3-1 3-0 4-1 4-0 2-3 9-0 7-0 3-0 1-2 46-10

1966 13-0-0 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS St. Louis W 2-1 Aurora W 3-1 Notre Dame W 11-3 Illinois W 3-1 Rockhurst W 1-0 Blackburn W 5-0 Iowa State W 4-0 MacMurray W 6-0 St. Benedicts W 6-0 Eastern Illinois W 3-1 Earlham W 4-3 Gordon W 2-0 Trenton State W 6-1 Total Goals 56-11 1967 13-2-0 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Blackburn W 10-1 Aurora W 6-1 Iowa State W 9-2 Western Illinois W 11-0 Wisconsin State W 11-0 Illinois W 7-0 Bradley W 15-0 St. Louis L 0-1 St. Benedicts L 2-3 Notre Dame W 16-2 Eastern Illinois W 6-0 Shimer W 14-0 Earlham W 3-2 Alderson-Broaddus W 3-1 Rockhurst W 3-1 Total Goals 120-14

1968 11-4-0 Aurora W St. Benedicts L Eastern Illinois W Western Illinois W 11-0 Wisconsin State W South Florida W St. Louis L Indiana W SIU Edwardsville L Illinois W Shimer W Wisconsin W St. Andrews W Eastern Connecticut W Davis & Elkins L Total Goals

9-0 4-1 1-2 1-0 1-2 3-0 9-0 3-0 6-1 5-0 1-2 69-9

1969 8-2-2 Wisconsin State W Harris Stowe W Illinois W Mo-St. Louis W SIU Edwardsville T St. Louis L Eastern Illinois T Western Illinois W Wisconsin W Blackburn W St. Benedicts W Eastern Illinois L Total Goals

9-0 3-2 3-0 4-0 3-3 1-2 2-2 7-0 10-1 2-0 2-0 0-1 46-11

11-0 0-1 4-0

1970 15-1-2 NATIONAL RUNNER-UP Colorado College W 4-1 Air Force W 4-2 Wisconsin State W 9-0 Harris Stowe W 2-0 Eastern Illinois W 1-0 Mo.-St. Louis W 3-2 Western Illinois W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 St. Louis T 0-0 Wis.-Green Bay W 3-1 Wyoming T 2-2 Blackburn W 5-2 St. Benedicts W 3-0 MacMurray W 3-0 Gustavus Adolphus W 5-1 Westmont W 4-0 Campbell W 4-1 Davis & Elkins L 0-2 Total Goals 54-14

1971 17-2-0 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Cleveland State W 4-2 Air Force W 3-1 Wheaton W 1-0 Mo.-St. Louis W 2-0 Wis.-Parkside W 4-2 Eastern Illinois W 2-1 St. Louis L 0-2 SIU Edwardsville L 0-1 Western Illinois W 1-0 Blackburn W 1-0 Harris Stowe W 2-1 Benedictine W 7-0 MacMurray W 4-0 Lewis W 4-1 Eastern Illinois W 1-0 Wis.-Green Bay W 5-1 Keene State W 8-1 Westmont W 1-0 Davis & Elkins W 1-0 Total Goals 51-13 1972 16-3-0 THIRD PLACE NATIONAL Cincinnati W 7-1 Rockhurst W 3-1 Benedictine W 3-0 Western Illinois W 2-0 Mo.-St. Louis L 1-3 Eastern Illinois W 2-1 Wis.-Green Bay W 2-1 St. Louis W 1-0 Blackburn W 2-1 SIU Edwardsville L 0-1 Harris Stowe W 3-0 Illinois-Chicago W 4-1 MacMurray W 1-0 Trinity W 5-0 Blackburn W 2-1 Wis.-Green Bay W 5-1 Erskine W 2-0 Westmont L 0-2 Keene State W 4-1 Total Goals 49-15

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1973 14-5-1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Lewis W 4-3 W. Virginia T 1-1 Davis & Elkins W 4-0 St. Louis L 2-5 Harris Stowe W 4-0 Eastern Illinois W 5-2 SIU Edwardsville L 0-2 Wis.-Green Bay W 2-0 Benedictine L 2-4 Blackburn L 1-2 Mo.-St. Louis L 2-3 Western Illinois W 5-1 Illinois-Chicago W 4-2 MacMurray W 4-0 Judson W 3-0 Lewis W 6-1 Wis.-Green Bay W 1-0 Newark W 7-1 Davis & Elkins W 4-1 Rockhurst W 3-0 Total Goals 64-28 1974 17-2-1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Lewis L 2-3 Benedictine W 7-1 Mo.-St. Louis W 2-0 Wis.-Parkside W 6-1 Philadelphia Tex. W 2-1 Harris Stowe W 14-0 Eastern Illinois W 5-1 MacMurray W 2-1 Wis.-Green Bay W 4-1 St. Louis T 0-0 Blackburn W 4-0 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 South Florida L 1-2 Illinois-Chicago W 4-0 Western Illinois W 3-0 Lewis W 1-0 St. John's W 7-0 George Mason W 8-1 Erskine W 6-1 Davis & Elkins W 6-0 Total Goals 85-13

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1975 19-1-1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Lewis W 8-0 Harris Stowe W 9-0 Cleveland W 1-0 MacMurray W 5-0 Mo.-St. Louis W 4-1 Aurora W 2-0 Eastern Illinois W 1-0 Benedictine W 5-0 South Florida W 3-1 Rollins W 4-0 SIU Edwardsville W 6-3 Blackburn W 3-0 St. Louis T 1-1 Western Illinois L 0-3 Illinois-Chicago W 4-2 Trinity W 4-1 Lewis W 3-1 Augsburg W 4-1 Houghton W 4-1 Western N. England W 3-0 Simon Fraser W 1-0 Total Goals 75-15 1976 19-3-1 THIRD PLACE NATIONAL Lewis W 1-0 Aurora W 4-0 Illinois-Chicago L 0-1 MacMurray W 3-0 Oneonta State W 2-0 Akron W 3-2 Eastern Illinois W 3-0 Southern Methodist W 3-2 N. Texas State T 1-1 Mo.-St. Louis W 1-0 St. Louis L 1-2 Blackburn W 2-0 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 Western Illinois W 3-2 Benedictine W 2-1 South Florida W 4-1 Southern Methodist W 4-2 Blackburn W 4-0 Lewis W 5-0 St. John's W 5-0 Houghton W 4-0 Simon Fraser L 1-2 Davis & Elkins W 2-1 Total Goals 59-17

1977 19-3-0 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Columbia W 6-0 Aurora W 4-0 Lewis W 2-1 MacMurray W 3-0 N. Texas State W 2-1 Southern Methodist W 3-1 Eastern Illinois L 2-3 Harris Stowe W 3-0 Florida Int. W 3-0 Rollins W 2-0 SIU Edwardsville L 1-2 St. Louis L 2-3 Illinois-Chicago W 6-1 Western Illinois W 3-0 Benedictine W 1-0 Mo.-St. Louis W 3-1 Aurora W 5-0 Lewis W 4-0 St. Thomas W 4-0 Rutgers-Camden W 3-0 Erskine W 4-0 Keene State W 3-0 Total Goals 69-13 1978 18-3-1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Alabama A&M L 0-2 Aurora W 7-1 Lewis W 6-0 Cleveland State W 1-0 Akron W 3-0 MacMurray W 3-0 Avila W 2-1 Eastern Illinois W 4-2 Clemson L 1-3 South Florida W 1-0 St. Louis W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville L 2-3 Western Illinois W 4-1 Evansville W 2-1 Benedictine T 0-0 Mo.-St. Louis W 3-1 Aurora W 6-0 Ill.-Springfield W 2-0 St. Thomas W 3-0 Keene State W 3-1 Davis & Elkins W 3-2 Ala.-Huntsville W 2-0 Total Goals 59-18

1979 16-5-3 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Wheaton W 9-0 Aurora W 6-0 Lewis W 3-0 Ill.-Springfield W 3-2 Akron T 1-1 Cleveland State L 1-2 MacMurray T 1-1 Benedictine W 3-1 Avila W 2-0 Ala.-Huntsville W 3-2 Alabama A&M L 1-4 St. Louis W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville L 0-2 Evansville L 1-2 Eastern Illinois T 0-0 Western Illinois L 0-1 Mo.-St. Louis W 2-1 McKendree W 6-0 Ill.-Springfield W 6-0 Dordt W 9-0 St. John's W 5-0 Alderson Broaddus W 1-0 Southern Maine W 4-1 Rockhurst W 1-0 Total Goals 69-20 1980 17-6-2 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Ill.-Springfield L 3-4 Wis.-Milwaukee T 0-0 Illinois State W 2-1 Benedictine W 10-0 MacMurray W 6-0 Cleveland State L 1-3 Akron W 4-0 Ala.-Huntsville L 1-3 Alabama A&M L 0-2 Jacksonville w 4-0 Rollins T 1-1 St. Louis L 2-4 SIU Edwardsville L 1-3 Evansville W 3-1 Avila W 1-0 Mo.-St. Louis W 3-1 Washington W 2-1 Western Illinois W 2-0 McKendree W 7-0 Rockford W 9-0 Marycrest W 14-0 St. John's W 8-1 Rockhurst W 1-0 Ala.-Huntsville W 4-0 Simon Fraser W 1-0 Total Goals 90-24

1981 21-3-1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Ill.-Springfield W 1-0 Wis.-Milwaukee W 4-0 Illinois State W 6-2 Benedictine W 5-0 Avila W 1-0 MacMurray T 1-1 Cleveland State W 5-4 Western Illinois L 0-3 Eastern Illinois W 2-1 Ala.-Huntsville W 3-0 Alabama A&M W 2-1 St. Louis L 1-3 SIU Edwardsville L 3-4 Evansville W 4-2 Mo.-St. Louis W 2-1 Washington W 4-0 Greenville W 4-0 Rockford W 2-0 Dordt W 7-1 Wis.-Parkside W 5-0 Ill.-Springfield W 4-1 Midwestern St. W 3-0 Ala.-Huntsville W 2-0 Alderson Broaddus W 4-1 Total Goals 75-25 1982 15-7-2 Ill.-Springfield W 2-0 St. Louis L 1-4 Avila L 1-2 Benedictine W 4-0 MacMurray W 2-1 Metro State W 4-0 Eastern Illinois T 3-3 Western Illinois W 1-0 Alabama A&M W 2-1 Tampa L 0-3 Rollins T 1-1 Central Fla. L 0-1 St. Louis L 1-4 SIU Edwardsville L 0-3 Alderson Broaddus W 3-1 Illinois State W 4-2 Mo.-St. Louis W 4-0 Washington W 3-0 McKendree W 2-0 Ill.-Springfield W 3-0 Marycrest W 7-0 Wis.-Parkside W 4-0 Chapman W 4-2 Belhaven L 1-2 Total Goals 57-30

1983 4-11-2 Alabama A&M L Avila W Benedictine L MacMurray T St. Louis L Eastern Illinois L Western Illinois W Ill.-Springfield l St. Louis L Illinois State W SIU Edwardsville L Davis & Elkins L Alderson Broaddus L Mo.- St. Louis L Washington T Roosevelt W Ill.-Springfield L Total Goals

2-7 2-1 0-1 2-2 1-2 0-2 3-2 0-1 1-3 5-0 2-4 1-2 1-4 0-2 3-3 3-0 0-1 26-37

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1984 8-8-2 Wisc.-Green Bay L Wisc.-Milwaukee L Missouri Rolla W Benedictine W MacMurray W Avila W Ill.-Springfield W Eastern Illinois L SIU Edwardsville L Northern Illinois L New Mexico W Evansville L Illinois State T Truman State W St. Louis L Creighton T Western Illinois L Washington W Total Goals

1-3 0-1 2-1 4-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-6 1-3 1-3 2-0 0-2 2-2 2-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 2-1 22-27

Y E A R

1985 3-14-1 Wisc.-Green Bay L Wisc.-Milwaukee L Evansville L Akron L SIU Edwardsville L Truman State W Eastern Illinois L Missouri Rolla L Marquette L Northern Illinois T Creighton W St. Louis L Western Illinois W Mo.-St. Louis L Washington L S. Methodist L N. Texas State L Illinois State L Total Goals

2-4 0-3 0-5 1-3 0-1 1-0 2-4 1-3 1-2 2-2 5-0 0-4 1-0 2-3 0-2 0-3 0-2 3-4 21-45

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Y E A R B Y Y E A R R E S U L T S

1986 11-6-1 Lindenwood W Ill.-Springfield W Air Force L Western Illinois W Truman State T Eastern Illinois W Tulsa W SW Missouri W Missouri-Rolla W SIU Edwardsville W St. Louis L Fresno State L Calif-Berkley L Fresno Pacific L Brigham Young W Washington Univ. W MacMurray W Illinois State L Total Goals

6-0 2-1 1-2 3-2 1-1 1-0 6-1 5-0 5-0 4-3 0-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 3-2 3-0 4-0 1-2 47-22

1987 13-4-2 Bradley W Mo.-St. Louis L Ill.-Springfield W Brigham Young W Marquette T St. Louis W Tulsa W Vanderbilt W Eastern Illinois L SIU Edwardsville T Wisc.-Milwaukee W Northern Illinois W Air Foce L New Mexico W Western Illinois L DePaul W Washington W Truman State W Illinois State W Total Goals

1-0 0-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 4-2 6-0 6-2 1-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 4-2 0-1 7-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 44-16

1988 12-6-2 Bradley W Wisc.-Milwaukee W N. Texas State T Northwestern W St. Louis L Drake W Air Force L Eastern Illinois L Cleveland State L Akron L SIU Edwardsville W Northern Illinois W Cincinatti W Marquette L DePaul W Furman W Northern Illinois W SIU Edwardsville W Western Illinois W Illinois State T Total Goals

3-2 1-0 0-0 3-1 0-1 2-0 3-4 0-1 1-4 0-2 1-0 3-2 3-0 1-2 3-0 1-0 3-0 3-1 2-0 2-2 35-22

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1989 12-8-1 Wisc.-Green Bay L Wisc.-Milwaukee L Bradley W Drake W Northwestern W Northern Illinois L St. Louis L Eastern Illinois T New Mexico W Air Force L SIU Edwardsville W Charleston W Baptist College W DePaul W Western Illinois W Cincinatti L Louisville W Drake W Wisc.-Milwaukee L Louisville W Illinois State L Total Goals

1-2 0-2 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 2-3 1-1 4-0 0-1 1-0 5-0 3-0 4-0 6-1 1-3 4-1 3-0 0-1 3-0 0-3 43-21

1990 7-11-0 Bradley W Northwestern W Wisc.-Green Bay W Southwest Mo. W Army L Adelphi W Air Force L New Mexico L SIU Edwardsville L Western Illinois W Northern Illinois L Charleston L Cincinatti L Louisville W Drake L Wisc.-Milwaukee L SLU L Wisc.-Milwaukee L Total Goals

4-0 1-0 4-1 1-0 1-2 3-2 0-4 2-3 1-2 2-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 3-0 2-3 1-2 0-3 0-4 26-31

1991 6-7-4 Wisc.-Milwaukee L Eastern Illinois L Illinois-Chicago W Illinois State L Bradley W New Mexico L Air Force T Indiana T St. Louis L Louisville T Cincinatti L SW Missouri W Drake L Northwestern W Northern Illinois T Western Illinois W SIU Edwardsville W Total Goals

0-3 1-3 1-0 1-3 2-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-1 0-1 4-0 1-2 5-0 2-2 2-1 2-0 23-21

1992 9-7-4

Valparaiso Wisc.-Green Bay Illinois State Loyola Drake Air Force New Mexico Army S. Methodist Bradley Louisville St. Louis SW Missouri Ark.-Little Rock Memphis State Western Illinois Illinois-Chicago Northwestern Eastern Illinois SIU Edwardsville Total Goals

W T T L W L L W W T L L W L L W W W W T

1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-5 1-4 2-1 2-0 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-0 0-1 1-2 4-2 1-0 6-1 2-1 2-2 33-29

1993 13-6-0 SW Missouri W Valpariso W Loyola-Chicago W Memphis State W Drake L St. Louis L Ark.-Little Rock W Northern Illinois L Bradley L Louisville W Southern Ind. W Mo.-Kansas City L Wisc.-Milwaukee L Marquette W Western Illinois W Illinois-Chicago W Northwestern W Eastern Illinois W SIU Edwardsville W Total Goals

1-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-3 1-0 0-2 3-4 2-1 3-1 0-2 1-3 3-0 1-0 3-1 2-1 1-0 2-1 32-21

1994 8-8-4

Drake SW Missouri Eastern Illinois Valparaiso Cincinatti SIU Edwardsville Loyola-Chicago Northern Illinois LIU-Brooklyn Army Northwestern SIU Edwardsville Western Illinois Eastern Illinois Mo.-Kansas City SLU Mo.-Kansas City Alabama A&M Western Illinois Illinois State Total Goals

1995 5-9-1

SW Missouri Tulsa Ill.-Springfield NE Illinois Northwestern SIU Edwardsville Eastern Illinois Drake Western Illinois Mo.-Kansas City St. Louis Eastern Illinois SIU Edwardsville Western Illinois Mo.-Kansas City Total Goals

W W L W T W W L T W T L L T L L W L W L L L W W L T W L W L L W L L L

4-2 4-0 0-1 3-0 1-1 4-0 4-1 0-2 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-1 0-2 3-1 0-2 4-1 1-5 34-26 2-4 1-2 3-2 2-1 0-1 0-0 2-1 1-4 2-1 1-2 1-5 3-1 0-2 0-4 1-2 19-32

1996 12-9-0, 8-3-0 GLVC Regis W 2-0 Alderson-Broaddus T 1-1 Columbia W 4-2 Truman State L 0-1 Ill.-Springfield L 1-5 Rockhurst L 0-3 IPFW* W 2-1 Northern Ky.* L 1-3 SIU Edwardsville* W 1-0 Mo.-St. Louis* L 0-1 Southern Ind.* W 4-0 Missouri-Rolla W 4-0 Bellarmine* W 3-2 Ky. Wesleyan* W 3-0 Lewis* L 0-3 Wisc.-Parkside* W 1-0 Mercyhurst L 1-4 Gannon L 0-1 Indianapolis* W 3-1 St. Joseph's* W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 Wisc.-Parkside T 2-2 Lewis L 0-2 Total Goals 35-32

1997 14-7-1; 8-3-0 GLVC Gannon L 0-2 Mercyhurst W 3-2 Truman State L 3-4 Rockhurst L 1-6 Ill.-Springfield W 3-2 McKendree W 2-1 Wisc.-Parkside* L 1-2 Lewis* L 2-3 Ky. Wesleyan* W 8-0 Bellarmine* W 3-0 Southern Ind.* W 2-0 Missouri-Rolla W 5-0 Mo.-St. Louis* W 5-4 SIU Edwardsville* L 2-3 Northern Ky.* W 2-1 IPFW* W 3-0 W. V. Wesleyan T 0-0 Alderson-Broaddus W 3-2 St. Joseph's* W 3-2 Indianapolis* W 3-2 Indianapolis W 2-1 SIU Edwardsville L 0-1 Total Goals 56-38 1998 14-4-2, 9-1-1 GLVC W. V. Wesleyan W 3-2 Truman State L 1-2 Ill.-Springfield W 1-0 McKendree W 1-0 St. Joseph's* L 0-1 Indianapolis* W 3-0 Wisc.-Parkside* W 3-1 Lewis* W 2-1 Ky. Wesleyan* W 3-1 Bellarmine* W 5-0 Southern Ind.* W 1-0 Rockhurst W 2-0 Mo.-St. Louis* W 2-0 SIU Edwardsville* W 2-0 Northern Ky.* T 0-0 IPFW* W 2-0 Missouri-Rolla W 2-1 SIU Edwardsville* T 1-1 Mo.-St. Louis L 0-2 Truman State L 2-3 Total Goals 36-15

1999 9-9-2; 7-3-1 GLVC McKendree L 1-2 S. Colorado W 4-0 Truman State L 0-3 Ill.-Springfield L 1-2 Lindsey Wilson T 1-1 IPFW* L 1-2 Northern Ky.* T 1-1 SIU Edwardsville* W 2-0 Mo.-St. Louis* W 1-0 Southern Ind.* W 2-0 Lindenwood W 4-0 Bellarmine* W 1-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 4-0 Rockhurst L 0-1 Lewis* L 0-1 Wisc.-Parkside* L 1-2 Indianapolis* W 2-0 St. Joseph's* W 2-1 Missouri-Rolla L 0-1 Wisc.-Parkside L 1-3 Total Goals 29-20 2000 15-6-0; 9-2-0 GLVC McKendree W 5-1 Truman State L 1-4 Rockhurst W 2-1 Ill.-Springfield L 1-7 Mo. Southern W 5-3 Indianapolis* W 3-1 Northern Ky.* W 4-3 IPFW* W 3-1 St. Joseph's* W 6-1 Lewis* L 1-2 Wisc.-Parkside* L 0-3 Bellarmine* W 3-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 2-0 Southern Ind.* W 2-1 Lindenwood L 1-3 SIU Edwardsville* W 2-1 Mo.-St. Louis* W 5-1 Missouri-Rolla W 2-1 Indianapolis W 3-2 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 Wisc.-Parkside L 0-2 Total Goals 52-38

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2001 11-7-1; 5-5-0 GLVC McKendree L 1-2 Truman State T 1-1 Gannon W 3-1 Lincoln W 7-0 Wisc.-Parkside* L 0-1 Lewis* L 0-2 SIU Edwardsville* L 0-1 Rockhurst W 4-3 Mo.-St. Louis* W 2-1 Ill.-Springfield W 2-0 Southern Ind.* L 3-4 Ky. Wesleyan* W 2-0 Bellarmine* W 3-1 Northern Ky.* L 1-2 Indianapolis* W 3-0 St. Joseph's* W 2-1 Mo. Southern W 2-0 Northern Ky. W 3-2 SIU Edwardsville L 0-2 Total Goals 39-24 2002 10-6-2; 6-2-2 GLVC Ashland W 2-1 Rockhurst L 0-1 McKendree W 3-0 Ill.-Springfield W 4-1 St. Joseph's* W 3-1 Indianapolis* W 3-0 Northern Ky.* W 2-1 Bellarmine* W 2-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 5-0 Southern Ind.* L 0-2 Mo.-St. Louis* T 0-0 Mo. Southern W 3-2 SIU Edwardsville* T 2-2 Lewis* L 2-4 Wisc.-Parkside* W 3-0 Truman State L 1-2 Missouri-Rolla L 0-2 Southern Ind. L 2-3 Total Goals 37-22 2003 9-9-2; 5-4-1 GLVC Rockhurst L 0-1 St. Xavier L 1-2 Western Illinois L 0-1 Missouri-Rolla T 1-1 Mo. Southern W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville* L 0-2 McKendree W 3-1 Wisc.-Parkside* L 1-2 Lewis* L 1-2 Indianapolis* W 2-1 St. Joseph's* W 4-0 Bellarmine* L 0-2 Northern Ky.* T 0-0 Mo.-St. Louis* W 2-0 Southern Ind.* W 3-1 Culver-Stockton W 4-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 5-0 Truman State L 0-1 Wisc.-Parkside W 3-0 SIU Edwardsville L 0-4 Total Goals 31-21 28 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

2004 10-6-4; 6-2-2 GLVC Florida Southern T 1-1 Florida Tech L 2-3 Missouri-Rolla L 0-1 Rockhurst W 2-1 Truman State T 0-0 Findlay W 2-1 Mercyhurst L 0-1 Southern Ind.* W 4-2 Mo.-St. Louis* T 0-0 Northern Ky.* W 1-0 Bellarmine* W 4-1 Saint Joseph's* W 1-0 Indianapolis* W 3-1 Lewis* L 1-2 Wisc.-Parkside* L 1-2 William Woods W 3-0 SIU Edwardsville* T 0-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 2-0 Northern Ky. W 2-0 SIU Edwardsville L 0-1 Total Goals 29-17 2005 12-5-4; 7-3-3 GLVC Hannibal-LaGrange T 1-1 SIU Edwardsville* L 0-4 Truman State L 1-4 William Woods W 2-1 McKendree W 4-1 Indianapolis* W 1-0 St. Joseph's* W 2-0 Culver-Stockton W 5-0 Southern Ind.* W 1-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 1-0 Rockhurst* L 0-1 Drury* T 3-3 Wisc.-Parkside* L 1-2 Lewis* W 1-0 Bellarmine* T 0-0 Northern Ky.* W 3-0 Missouri-Rolla* T 2-2 Mo.-St. Louis* W 1-0 Lewis W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville W 3-1 Rockhurst L 0-1 Total Goals 33-21

2006 5-9-3; 5-6-2 GLVC Lindenwood L 1-2 Culver-Stockton L 0-2 Mo.-St. Louis* L 0-2 Missouri-Rolla* L 0-2 Northern Ky.* L 1-2 Bellarmine* W 2-1 Lewis* L 0-2 Wisc.-Parkside* L 0-5 Drury* T 1-1 Rockhurst* W 1-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 3-2 Southern Ind.* W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville* L 0-4 St. Joseph's* T 2-2 Indianapolis* W 1-0 Truman State L 0-1 McKendree T 0-0 Total Goals 13-28 2007 12-4-3; 8-4-1 GLVC Upper Iowa W 4-0 Tiffin T 1-1 Saginaw Valley W 3-2 Culver-Stockton W 3-0 Southern Ind.* W 1-0 Ky. Wesleyan* W 5-3 Rockhurst* L 1-2 Drury* W 3-1 Lewis* L 0-1 Wisc.-Parkside* W 3-2 Bellarmine* W 2-1 Northern Ky.* L 0-1 Missouri-Rolla* W 2-1 Mo.-St. Louis* W 5-2 Truman State W 1-0 SIU Edwardsville* L 0-3 Indianapolis* T 2-2 St. Joseph's* W 2-0 Rockhurst T 0-0 Total Goals 38-22 2008 9-6-2; 4-6-2 GLVC Saginaw Valley W 4-0 Oakland City W 6-1 Graveland W 2-1 Ky. Wesleyan* W 1-0 Culver-Stockton W 5-1 Northern Ky.* L 1-2 Indianapolis* L 1-5 Saint Joseph's* L 2-3 Wis.-Parkside* L 1-3 Truman State W 3-1 Southern Ind.* W 4-3 Bellarmine* W 3-1 Lewis* L 0-2 Missouri S&T* T 0-0 Drury* W 2-0 Rockhurst* L 0-1 Mo.-St. Louis* T 3-3 Total Goals 38-27

2009 9-8-2, 7-5-1 GLVC McKendree L 0-2 Lindenwood W 2-0 Truman State L 1-2 Rockhurst* W 2-1 Drury* L 0-2 Hannibal-LaGrange T 6-6 Missouri S&T* W 2-0 Maryville* W 5-0 Mo.-St. Louis* L 1-2 Southern Indiana* W 1-0 Ky. Wesleyan* T 1-1 Bellarmine* W 3-2 Northern Ky.* L 0-2 Indianapolis* L 1-2 Saint Joseph's* W 2-1 Wis.-Parkside* L 0-2 Ill.-Springfield* W 1-0 Columbia W 2-1 Lewis L 0-1 Total Goals 30-27

2011 Lindenwood W Truman State L Mo.-St. Louis* T Maryville* W Wis.-Parkside* W Lewis* W Saint Joseph's* W Indianapolis* L William Jewell* W Rockhurst* L Drury* W Missouri S & T* W Northern Ky.* L Bellarmine* L Ky. Wesleyan* W Southern Indiana* T Ill. Springfield* W Lewis* W Rockhurst T Drury W Total Goals

2010 11-7-2; 9-4-1 GLVC McKendree W 2-0 St. Edwards L 0-1 Rockhurst* L 0-1 Maryville* W 7-2 Missouri S&T* W 3-2 Drury* W 1-0 Southern Ind.* W 3-2 Mo.-St. Louis* L 0-1 Bellarmine* W 3-1 Ky. Wesleyan* W 4-0 Indianapolis* L 0-2 Northern Ky.* L 0-2 Wis.-Parkside* W 4-1 St. Joseph's* W 1-0 Truman T 1-1 Ill.-Springfield* W 5-0 Lewis* T 0-0 Drury W 3-2 Indianapolis L 0-1 Northern Ky. L 1-2 Total Goals 38-21

*-Denotes GLVC Game

3-0 1-2 0-0 3-1 1-0 4-1 1-0 0-2 3-2 0-5 2-1 2-0 0-1 2-3 7-0 1-1 5-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 40-23

Y E A R B Y Y E A R

Notable Moments In Hawks History

500th Program Win Oct. 31, 2004 vs. Northern Kentucky 1000th Goal Nov. 21, 1979 vs. Alderson-Broaddus 2000th Goal Oct. 9, 2005 vs. Lewis

R E S U L T S

Mackenzie's 500th win Oct. 3, 2010 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan GLVC Tournament Champions Nov. 6, 2011 vs. Drury (First-ever GLVC title)

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HISTORY OF THE MART HEINEN ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB

M A R T H E I N E N C L U B

Gene Autry, Rod Laver, Andre The Giant. And, oh yes, for 34 years the most prestigious "small college" bas­ket­ball tour­na­ment in the land. A rundown of the Mart Heinen Club's pre­sen­ta­tions would fill many pages. Members of the Hawk-cra­zy booster group are a creative and en­er­get­ic cross-sec­tion of the com­mu­ni­ty. Synonymous with the steady rise of QU's athletic program to na­tion­al ac­claim has been the matchless input of The Mart Heinen Club -- men and women vol­un­teer­ing on be­half of the Hawks and Lady Hawks. Not all such support groups are held in such high regard. Too often those at both ma­jor uni­ver­si­ties and small colleges have al­lowed their spirit and financial input to run ram­pant; but words such as "pro­ba­tion" and "sus­pen­sion" have never been used in referring to sports teams at Quin­cy Col­lege or Quin­cy Uni­ver­si­ty. It's been 50 years since a corps of perhaps 25-30 men (no women al­lowed in 1947) pooled their enthusiasm for the brand new Hawks foot­ball team and formed The Quin­cy College Quar­ter­back Club. Membership grew quickly as The Brown & White grid teams of Coach­es Mac Wenskunas, Bron Bacevich and Gene McCarter thrived on their own mo­men­tum. The 1949 team under Coach Wenskunas and assistant Ray DeGreeff had the whole town hoppin' with its 8-1 record. Teams of that post-World War II pe­ri­od were load­ed with veterans of military ser­vice and it took a very gritty youngster to come out of high school and earn a place in the Hawks' lineup. That '49 team not only knocked off Western Illinois and Eastern Il­li­nois, which were much larger schools, but up­end­ed the Leathernecks and Pan­thers in their own Home­com­ing games. Quarterback Club spirit blos­somed anew with each victory and each new season. So, what a jolt it was to its mem­bers and all of Quin­cy in 1954 when the ad­min­is­tra­tion dropped foot­ball as an in­ter­col­le­giate sport. Soccer wasn't added to the pro­gram until 1964. Dropping football was not a popular decision among Quarterback Clubbers and other fans; but then the club was so solid it wasn't ready to wither away. Basketball had been gaining mo­men­tum here un­der Coaches DeGreeff, Fran Willett and Harry Forrester. Harry had just come on the scene and guys in the booster club liked his dedication to the school and to the game. But "Quarterback" was no long­er an ap­pro­pri­ate name for the Hawks' booster or­ga­ni­za­tion. The logical name -- and it didn't take 'em long to pick it -- was Mart Heinen Club.

In the summer of 1946, Mart Heinen, QC ath­let­ic director and coach of all sports, had lost his life in a fire that ravaged the LaSalle Hotel in down­town Chicago. Heinen was a member of the Quincy City Council as well and had gone to Chicago with Mayor Ed­ward Schneidman and oth­er city of­fi­cials. Ironically, meetings they were to at­tend related to QC and its plans and hopes for wel­com­ing re­turn­ing military veterans. Launch­ing the new GI Bill and bun­dles of red tape that went with it was no simple mat­ter. The number of sports offered grew sharp­ly as the numbers of par­tic­i­pants in­creased, but bas­ ket­ball led the way. Under its new name, The Mart Heinen Club was anxious to establish an iden­ti­ty, and the decision to sponsor a holiday basketball tournament seemed to be a bold move at the time. But the first one was a tre­men­dous success. Tournaments were so few at the time that a strong field was booked -- even though the first telephone calls weren't made until Oc­to­ber. Less then three months later the title game here between Christ­mas and New Year's saw Western Illinois topping St. Ambrose (Iowa). Those teams had played a six-overtime game at Macomb earlier in the month. Other "charter" teams in the event that was to last 33 more years were Eastern Il­li­nois, Northeast Missouri (now Truman State), Illinois Wesleyan, Loras (Iowa), Monmouth and the host Hawks. A steady and assured cash flow from the tour­na­ment provided a boost for QC athletics and made possible such major projects as construction of the Me­mo­ri­al Gym Annex. The Annex, now taken for granted, was built more than a decade after the open­ing of the gym­na­si­um. In addition to housing Con­ces­sions, the Annex serves as a setting for meetings, musical pre­sen­ta­tions and other ac­tiv­i­ties. The Holiday Tournament served as a magnet, attracting full-house crowds and a record mem­ ber­ship for The Heinen Club. Membership was con­sis­tent­ly over 850. The tourney soon featured teams from schools with en­roll­ments from 400 to 21,000. Future NBA stars Dick Barnett and John Barnhill from Tennessee State, Lucious (Luke) Jackson of Pan American and Jack Sikma of Illinois Wes­ley­an helped draw ca­pac­i­ty turnouts. Charley Vaughn of South­ern Il­li­nois-Carbondale, Henry Logan from Western Carolina and Archie Talley of Salem (W. Va.) are still remembered, as were many of the Hawk players coached by Forrester, Pim Goff, John Ortwerth and Sherrill Hanks.

QUINCY UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC AWARDS

MART HEINEN AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS This award is given to the best Quincy University men's and women's athlete for the year. The award is in honor of former QU Athletic Director Mart Heinen, who tragically died in a fire in the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago in the summer of 1946.

BROTHER CLETE VAN ACKEREN AWARD ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENT This award is given in honor of Brother Clete Van Ackeren, who spent years as the treasurer of the Mart Heinen Club and whose face was always very recognizable at both Hawk and Lady Hawk contests.

YEAR MEN WOMEN 1993 Burk Bruninga Amy Flesner (Baseball) (Basketball-Soccer) 1994 Reggie Bell Jennifer Drew (Basketball) (Volleyball-Softball) 1995 Heath Tagtmeyer Jenny Hackett (Soccer-Baseball-Football) (Soccer) 1996 William Wims Camie Bechtold (Football) (Soccer) 1997 Josh Breitbach Tonya Edwards (Football) (Basketball) 1998 Matt Steffe Jennifer Rouse (Basketball) (Softball) 1999 Chad Hammons Jamie Oitker (Baseball) (Basketball) 2000 Cliff Fruge Erica Tiemeyer (Football) (Volleyball) 2001 Rob Steinkuehler Colleen Sexton (Volleyball) (Basketball) 2002 James Milkert Eunique Reaves (Volleyball) (Volleyball) 2003 Shane DeSherlia Jill Unnerstall (Football) (Basketball) 2004 LeVar Ammons Tiffany Kelver (Football) (Basketball) 2005 Tim Bliefnick Jessica Stuckman (Football) (Basketball) 2006 Jordan Roth Deana McCormick (Basketball) (Basketball) 2007 Ryan Walker Laura Gentry (Basketball) (Soccer) 2008 Jeremy Saunders Mary Wiedman (Football) (Softball) 2009 Jacob Zsuppon Jessica Keller (Football) (Basketball) 2010 Billy Baptist Jenna Boyko (Basketball) (Soccer) Torie Bunzell & Becky Fleming 2011 Jack Wedemeier (Soccer) (Softball & Soccer) 2012 Justin Brock Ali Schwagmeyer (Basketball) (Basketball) 30 •  QU HAWK SOCCER 2012

YEAR MEN 1993 Scott Gregory (Soccer-Baseball-Football) 1994 Matt Lingafelter (Football) 1995 Craig Hingle (Soccer-Baseball) 1996 Andy Waggoner (Basketball) 1997 Ryan Dowd (Baseball) 1998 Jay Driscoll (Basketball-Baseball) 1999 Jamie Blaesing (Baseball) 2000 Kyle Pryor (Baseball) 2001 Matt Vollink (Soccer) 2002 Paul Johnson (Baseball) 2003 Matt Spector (Soccer) 2004 Zach Miller (Tennis) 2005 Josh Worth (Soccer) 2006 Nick Frederickson (Soccer) 2007 Doug Sheffer (Golf-Tennis) 2008 Joe Palumbo (Baseball) 2009 Branko Isailovic (Soccer) 2010 Nate Toole (Football) 2011 Tanner Wright (Volleyball) 2012 Joe Ascher (Volleyball)

WOMEN Jamie Anderson (Softball) Sarah Stevens (Soccer) Julie Stephens (Soccer) Carrie Bechtold (Soccer) Cheryl Quigley (Soccer) Ashley Kreis (Soccer) Kim Pingsterhaus (Volleyball) Sarah Neuberger (Softball) Brenda Walters (Volleyball) Chris Shimkus (Volleyball) Maggie Schuering (Tennis) Julie LeMaire (Softball) Laura Schuering (Tennis) Alicia Ordner (Basketball) Sarah LoBue (Softball) Mary Wiedman (Softball) Jessica Keller (Basketball) Jenna Boyko (Soccer) Meghan Roberts (Soccer) Megan Wingenbach (Soccer)

QUINCY UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME 1974 -Charter Members Dr. Frank T. Brenner, M.D., Meritorious Service Martin Heinen, Coach Mac Wenskunas, Coach Jim Belz, '51, Athlete, Football & Basketball Leo Binz, '64, Athlete, Basketball J. Micheal Brady, '70, Athlete Basketball Edward Crenshaw, '59 , Athlete, Basketball Dewey Kalmer, '66, Athlete, Basketball & Baseball Gene Runde, '53, Athlete, Basketball & Baseball F. Micahel Villa, '68, Athlete, Soccer 1975 John Runde, '66, Athlete, Basketball Frank Longo, '56, Meritorious Service Eugene Flaiz, '28, Athlete, Football & Baseball 1976 Dick Heitholt, '50, Athlete, Basketball & Baseball Milt Braxmeier, Meritorious Service 1977 Chuck Brady, '50, Meritorious Service El Tappe, '50, Baseball & Basketball Ray DeGreeff, Coach 1978 Edmundo Camacho, '72, Athlete, Soccer Al Harte, '73, Athlete, Soccer John Ortwerth, Coach 1979 Roger Francour, Coach Jack Mackenzie, Coach Trish Highland, '71, Athlete, Tennis, Field Hockey, Basketball 1980 Don Bickhaus, '50, Athlete, Basketball Art Stegeman, '39, Meritorious Service 1983 Lambert Redd, '29, Athlete, Football, Basketball, Track & Field 1984 Walter R. (Casey) Duncheon, '76, Athlete, Baseball and Basketball Sam Bick, '76, Athlete, Soccer Jim Pollihan, '76, Athlete, Soccer Richard Thompson, '57, Athlete, Basketball Jim Finigan, Coach 1985 Emilio John, '78, Athlete, Soccer Anita Krieger, '70, Athlete, Volleyball Hank Constantino, '50, Athlete, Football Mark Schuering, '75, Athlete, Tennis William J. (Bill) Harte, '54, Athlete, Football 1986 Sherrill Hanks, Coach Larry Moore, '77, Athlete, Basketball Dolly Albarello, '75, Athlete, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball Jim Prow, '66, Athlete, Soccer Mike Bertani, '66, Athlete, Soccer 1987 Chuck Schoendienst, '50, Athlete, Football & Basketball Carl Sinovic, '50, Athlete, Football & Baseball Bob Ott, '72, Athlete, Baseball 1988 Tom Pollihan, '72, Athlete, Soccer Dr. James Sutherland, M.D., Meritorious Service 1989 Michele Quinn, '79, Athlete, Basketball & Tennis Dr. Neil Frederickson, '77, Athlete, Soccer Eric Delabar, '79, Athlete, Soccer 1990 Cornel Benford, '78, Athlete, Basketball 1991 Felix Borkowski, '50, Athlete, Football 1992 Debbie Embree, '82, Athlete, Basketball Charlene Brinkman-Davis, '82, Athlete, Basketball & Softball John Schneider, '74, Athlete, Soccer 1993 Bob Czarniewski, '71, Manager-Meritorious Service Rick Curfman, '78, Athlete, Baseball Eric Karg, '81, Athlete, Basketball Erv Pesek, '71, Athlete, Soccer Fred Schmalz, '66, Athlete, Soccer 1994 Mike Gallo, '81, Athlete, Soccer Amy Miller-Looten, '84, Athlete, Softball Claes Sandstrom, '84, Athlete, Soccer Rich Schwarzen, '69, Athlete, Soccer Rich Wrobel, '69, Athlete, Soccer

1995 Brian Belobradic, '80, Athlete, Soccer Ralph Smith, Assistant Coach, Meritorious Service Patty Harris-Stroll, '85, Athlete, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 1996 Tom DiMaria, '71, Athlete, Soccer Laura Gabriel, '85, Athlete, Women's Tennis Parnell Kelly, '50, Athlete, Basketball & Meritorious Service 1997 Robert Brunette, '50, Athlete, Baseball & Football Virgil Niewohner, Meritorious Service Sharlene Peter, Coach, Women's Athletic Director Bernie and Isabelle Willer, Meritorious Service 1998 Mario Camacho, '73, Athlete, Men's Soccer Steve Lux, '83, Athlete, Men's Soccer Mark Roome, '82, Athlete, Men's Soccer Angie (Rogers) Wallace, '89, Athlete, Women's Basketball 1999 Sherri Matthews, ’85, Athlete, Softball Bob (’50) and Charlene Morris, Meritorious Service Bill Fann, ’75, Athlete, Men’s Soccer Diane Glaub, ’82, Athlete, Softball 2000 Mrs. Frank Brenner, '60, Meritorious Service Dev Reeves, '89, Athlete, Soccer Mark Thomas, '90, Athlete, Soccer 2001 David Costigan, Coach Richard Stephan, '61, Athlete, Baseball Dennis Trame, '66, Athlete, Baseball, Basketball Camie Bechtold, '96, Athlete, Soccer Carrie Bechtold, '96, Athlete, Soccer 2002 Larry Franzoi, '75, Athlete, Baseball, Soccer Michelle (Hackett) Bagwell, '92, Athlete, Soccer Fr. J.J. Lakers, OFM, Meritorious Service Mark Mathis, '74, Athlete, Soccer Nancy (Sipek) Harper, '80, Athlete, Basketball, Volleyball, Field Hockey, Softball 2003 James Daniels, ‘80, Meritorious Service Jerry Ellerman, ‘91, Football Laurie Massa, ‘76, Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball 2004 Katie (Ehlman) Valadares, ’92, Athlete, Soccer Scott Gregory, ’93, Athlete, Soccer, Baseball, Football Kendra Thompson, ’88, Athlete, Softball, Basketball Dan Tolbert, ’68, Athlete, Basketball 2005 Jay Driscoll, ’99, Athlete, Basketball, Baseball Amy (Flesner) Hildebrand, ’93, Athlete, Basketball, Softball, Soccer Harry Forrester, Basketball and Baseball Coach, Athletic Director Pat Howley, ’81, Athlete, Soccer Matt Weiss, ’75, Athlete, Soccer John and Vivian Funke, Meritorious Service 2006 Ann Bergman, Tennis Coach and Professor Dan McDonnell, ‘78, Athlete, Soccer Dick and Mae Shierling, Meritorious Service 1966 Men’s Soccer Team 2007 Sean Bowers, ‘90, Athlete, Soccer Ryan Dowd, ‘97, Athlete, Baseball 1985 Softball Team 2008 John Gallo, Men's Soccer Craig Hingle, Baseball and Men's Soccer Jason Raker, Baseball Jennifer Rouse, Softball Kathy Sommer (Corbett), Women's Soccer Ron Vecchi, Meritorious Service 1975 Men's Soccer Team 2009 No Inductions due to Quincy University 150th Celebration 2010 LeVar Ammons, Football Derek Harlan, Baseball Paul Kreke, Men's Basketball Josh Rabe, Baseball Jessica Stuckman, Women's Basketball Jill Vogel, Softball and Women's Volleyball 1981 Men's Soccer Team

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2012 QU Men's Soccer Media Guide