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Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATION 1 2 3

Table of Contents / Mission Statement Quick Facts 2010 Schedule

THE RADFORD EXPERIENCE

4-5 6 7 8-9 10-11 12 13 14-15 16-17 18

This is Radford University Campus Life President Penelope Kyle The New River Valley Radford Athletics Athletics Director Robert Lineburg Student-Athlete Support Services Cupp Stadium / Soccer Facilities Strength & Conditioning The Big South Conference

2010 HIGHLANDERS 19 21-22 23 24

2010 Roster Head Coach Marc Reeves Marc Reeves Soccer Camps Assistant Coach Maciej Slwinski

2010 HIGHLANDERS

25-36 Returning Player Profiles 36-37 Newcomer Profiles

2009 REVIEW 38 39

2009 Statistics / Results Conference Standings / Notes

HISTORY 40-41 42-43 44 45

All-Time Roster NCAA Tournament Teams Honors & Awards Retired Jerseys

RECORDS 46 47 48-49 50-51 52 53-56

Season-By-Season Records Team Season Records Single-Season Records Career Records Record vs. All Opponents Season-By-Season Results

CREDITS

Mission Statement

The mission of the Radford University Intercollegiate Athletic Program is to provide an environment in which student-athletes may build character and strive for the highest ideals in life through education and participation in intercollegiate athletics. Central to this mission are the following core principles: Intercollegiate athletic participation is an integral part of the educational mission of the University and athletic competition is offered to enhance the total development of the student. Through the Intercollegiate Athletic Program, the University endeavors to provide student-athletes with proper direction and motivation to help them grow academically, athletically, morally and socially. Radford University's Intercollegiate Athletic Program supports equitable opportunities for all student-athletes and staff, including women and minorities, and is committed to establishing and maintaining an environment that values cultural diversity. The University strives for excellence in all athletic programs within the boundaries of integrity and honesty, and adheres to the principles of fair play and amateur athletic competition as defined by the NCAA. The Intercollegiate Athletic Program at Radford University endeavors to maintain a strong and competitive NCAA Division I Program in all sponsored sports. Intercollegiate athletic competition aims not only to enhance the total development of the student-athlete, but also to benefit and enhance spirit and school pride among the entire student body, the University, the surrounding community, and the Commonwealth. Radford University's Intercollegiate Athletic Program embraces the NCAA's principle of sportsmanship and ethical conduct through promoting the characteristics of courtesy, fairness, and respect.

The 2010 Radford University Men’s Soccer Guide was written and edited by Joey Beeler and designed by the Radford University Office of Athletic Communications. The Publication was designed using InDesign and Photoshop CS3. Additional editing and historical research provided to Radford Athletic Communications student assistants, Brian Cox, The Big South Conference and Gene Hyde, archivist at Radford University’s McConnell Library. PHOTOGRAPHY: Mike Anderson, Joey Beeler, Tim Cowie -- DigItUpSports, Willis Glassgow -- WG Sports Photos, Lora Gordon -- University Photographer, David Grimes -- ValleySportsNow, Daniel Kruhm, Steven May and Patrick Reed.

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Quick Facts RADFORD UNIVERSITY Name of School Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors Affiliation Conference Website President Director of Athletics Athletic Department Phone

Radford University Radford, Va. 1910 9,230 Highlanders Red and White NCAA Division I Big South www.Radford.edu Penelope W. Kyle (Guilford College) Robert Lineburg (Roanoke College ’91) (540) 831-6194

MEN’S SOCCER INFORMATION Stadium Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater Record at Radford (Years) Career Record (Years) Office Phone Email Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Email 2009 Overall Record 2009 Big South Record (Finish) Starters Returning / Lost Letterwinners Returning / Lost Newcomers

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Year All-Time Record All-Time Big South Record Conference Titles (Last) NCAA Appearances (Last) Result

Patrick D. Cupp Memorial Stadium 5,000 Marc Reeves Brunel University ’97 1st Season Same (540) 831-7821 mreeves2@radford.edu Maciej Sliwinski Iona ’07 (540) 831-7822 msliwinski@radford.edu 5-9-3 1-4-3 (8th) 8/3 19/5 6

1975 (Joined Division I in 1984) 303-283-59 100-63-14 3 (2000) 2 (2000) L at Furman, 1-2 (11/12/00)

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Assistant A.D. (Men’s Soccer Contact) Joey Beeler Office Phone (540) 831-5726 Cell Phone (704) 458-6198 Email jwbeeler@radford.edu Assistant Director Brian Stanley Email bmstanley@radford.edu Office Phone (540) 831-6884 Director of Athletic Multimedia Services Patrick Reed Email pmreed@radford.edu Office Phone (540) 831-5574 Assistant Kelly Shuman Email kshuman@radford.edu Assistant Justin Thompson Email jthompson124@radford.edu Office Fax (540) 831-6095 Website www.RadfordAthletics.com P.O. Box 6913, Radford, VA 24142 Mailing Address 101 Dedmon Center, Radford, VA 24142 Overnight Address

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2010 Schedule DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

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APPALACHIAN STATE (Exh.) James Madison (Exh.) King College (Exh.)

RADFORD Harrisonburg, Va. Bristol, Tenn.

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Mt. St. Mary’s Marshall

Emmitsburg, Md. Huntington, W.Va.

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Flash Gordon Motors Invitational

TIME

2:00 4:00 5:00 1:00 1:00

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Mercer ! Georgia Southern !

High Point, N.C. High Point, N.C.

4:30 1:00

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LIBERTY* LONGWOOD Davidson

RADFORD RADFORD Davidson, N.C.

6:00 6:00 7:00

10/

2 5 9 13 16 20 27 30

PRESBYTERIAN* North Carolina UNC Asheville* High Point* WINTHROP* VMI* Virginia Tech COASTAL CAROLINA*

RADFORD Chapel Hill, N.C. Asheville, N.C. High Point, N.C. RADFORD Lexington, Va. Blacksburg, Va. RADFORD

6:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 6:00 4:00 7:00 1:00

Elon Gardner-Webb*

Elon, N.C. Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 7:00

11/ 2 5

11 12 14

18 21 28 12/ 3-5 10 12

2010 Big South Men’s Soccer Tournament Quarterfinals ! Semifinals ! Championship !

High Point, N.C. High Point, N.C. High Point, N.C.

2010 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals # Championship #

Host Site Host Site Host Site Host Site Santa Barbara, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif.

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

ALL CAPS Denotes Home Contest ! Hosted By High Point University * Denotes Big South Conference Opponent # Hosted By UC Santa Barbara All Times Listed Eastern Standard

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THIS IS RADFORD UNIVERSITY Radford University blends the rich, diverse curriculum of a major university with a small town atmosphere conducive to learning and personal enrichment. By emphasizing student learning as the core of its mission, Radford challenges students and helps them develop academically, socially, physically, culturally and morally. The university recognizes that in our rapidly changing global society today’s technology is tomorrow’s history and what endures is the ability to learn, think logically and communicate clearly. Radford is a successful, popular university that has quickly grown in stature as an innovator in higher education. Its growth in reputation has been paralleled by a growth in numbers and diversity. The school enrolls some 9,230 students from throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, from 45 other states and from 47 foreign countries. A state-supported institution founded in 1910, Radford offers more than 140 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in seven colleges. The institution offers Bachelor of Arts, Science, Fine Arts, Business Administration, Music Therapy, Master of Science, Arts and Educational Specialists degrees. Army ROTC is available. Radford is, and will continue to be, a community in which all members participate actively and communicate openly. It is a community that values diversity and is responsive to change and new ideas. Most importantly, it is a community that is committed to the teaching and learning process and maintains service to students as its highest priority and most enduring value.

Mcconnell LIBRARY

MEMORIAL GARDENS


HURLBURT STUDENT CENTER

CAMPUS


student center

CAMPUS LIFE Want to get involved? You can start with more than 200 clubs and organizations, including academic clubs, outdoor clubs, national honor fraternities and Greek associations. Join a team -- RU has club and intramural sports and NCAA Division I athletics, which includes eight men’s and 11 women’s sports. If that’s not enough, there’s campus lectures, movies, performances, festivals (pictured below) and concerts from big names like Third Eye Blind (pictured below) Outkast, Matchbox 20 and Fuel.

third eye blind

highlander festival


President Kyle Penelope Ward Kyle became Radford University’s sixth, and first female, president when she took office on June 1, 2005. She came to RU with more than 30 years of experience in state government, the corporate and legal worlds, and higher education. Upon assuming the presidency, President Kyle immediately focused on leading the university’s initiative to become one of the top 50 masters universities in the nation. The Radford University strategic plan “7-17”, completed in 2007 at her direction, identifies four strategic directives -- the investment in people, programs, global and local society and the future of Radford University. Under President Kyle’s leadership, the university also added its first doctoral program with an emphasis in rural mental health and launched an initiative to grow graduate college student enrollment by offering additional doctoral and masters level programs. She hired the university’s first provost and created two new vice presidential areas of responsibility, Information Technology and University Relations. The Radford University Board of Visitors, at President Kyle’s request, has increased its membership by four positions to provide an opportunity for more diversity and leadership innovation within the governing body. A native of southwest Virginia, President Kyle is a product of the Galax public schools system. She graduated from Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina and did her postgraduate studies in English at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law and later earned her MBA from the College of William and Mary. President Kyle served as Executive Director of the Virginia Lottery for 11 years, under three successive First appointed by Governor George Allen in 1994, she was reappointed by Governor James Gilmore, governors. PENELOPE KYLE and then reappointed once again by Governor Mark Warner. Previously, Ms. Kyle was employed by CSX CorRadford University poration, an international transportation company, where she became the company’s first female officer. Before President joining CSX Corporation, she was an attorney with McGuire, Woods, LLP in Richmond. She also taught English for six years at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia. President Kyle serves in leadership positions on numerous educational, civic, cultural, professional, financial and volunteer organizations. She served on the Board of Visitors at James Madison University from 1984 until 1992 and on the JMU Foundation Board 1992 until 1994. She also served on the Virginia Commonwealth University Foundation Board from 1994 until 2000 and on the Board of Governors of Saint Christopher’s School from 1999 until 2005. President Kyle is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Board of Directors of PRA, Inc., a publicly traded company. Ms. Kyle is married to Charles L. Menges, an attorney and partner with McGuire, Woods, LLC. They are the parents of three children, son, Kyle Ward Menges, and two daughters, Penelope Whitley Menges, and Patricia Lee Menges.

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THE NEW RIVER VALLEY w The NRV is home to one of the oldest rivers in the world the New River. It’s also one of the few rivers in the world that flows south to north. w The NRV hosts the largest research park in the Commonwealth of Virginia. w The NRV is comprised of the following counties- Montgomery, Pulaski, Floyd, Giles and the Independent City of Radford. w The NRV is home to approximately 165,145 residents. w The NRV hosts Radford University, Virginia Tech, and New River Community College.

CASCADE FALLS

Bisset PARK


THE NEW RIVER

DOWNTOWN RADFORD


RADFORD ATHLETICS

The Radford University athletic program offers 19 varsity sports, eight for men and 11 for women: men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track, along with field hockey, swimming, softball and volleyball for women, and baseball for men. The Dedmon Center and the outdoor athletic facilities, which surround the multi-purpose building are the award-winning focal point of a program that has grown rapidly the last three decades. The athletic program has grown dramatically since 1974-75, when men’s sports were first offered on a varsity level. Growth of the program has been rapid, but not random. Each step has been carefully controlled, with new sports being added only to meet existing demands and only after assurances for a quality operation could be met. The result is a well-balanced and highly successful program. Radford currently competes in the Big South Conference. A charter member of the young league, Radford has won 39 League titles in 10 different sports and has advanced to NCAA postseason play in seven sports. Highlander athletics offers strong support for its student-athletes. From academic advising to compliance services, Radford gives its student-athletes the support needed to be successful in the classroom. Radford’s athletic training and strength and conditioning programs allow the student-athletes to compete at their best possible level. A true team atmosphere, the Highlander family consists of each and every Radford student-athlete past and present, the coaches and athletics staff. Support for each program starts from within athletics and reaches out into the general university population and the community at large. Student-athletes and staff support each other, across sports, into training and the weightroom. In addition, strong personal bonds run throughout the Highlander family binding student-athletes, coaches and staff to each other.

STUDENTS

ALL-AMERICANS


2009-10 Acc0lades 3 Conference Regular Season Titles 1 Big South Tournament Champion 2 Big South Players of the Year 3 Big South Coaches of the Year 1 Big South Athlete of the Year 1 State Coach of the Year 1 Big South Woman of the Year 7 Big South Individual Champions 2 Big South Freshman of the Year 48 All-Conference Selections 2 Big South Tournament MVP’s 2 Scholar Athletes of the Year 1 Team Sportsmanship Award 1 Track & Field All-America 1 AP Honorable Mention All-American 2 State Players of the Year 12 All-State Selections 1 Most Outstanding Student 28 Academic Selections

CHAMPIONS

LEADERS


Director of Athletics Since being introduced as Radford University’s Director of Athletics in the fall of 2007, Radford native Robert Lineburg has helped usher in a new era of Highlander athletics, marked by unprecedented on-and off-field improvements and successes. In his short time with the department, Lineburg has been the catalyst for a number of changes, particularly in areas such as facilities, personnel and strategic planning. His most visible influence to date has been on the Dedmon Center, where Lineburg has been involved with major renovations to the centerpiece of Radford athletics for more than 25 years. Beginning in the spring of 2008, the facility underwent transformations to the arena, including a new steel-supported roof, a new basketball floor, renovated athletic offices, a new-look natatorium, and improved athletic locker, training, and medical facilities. Along with the initial transformations to the Dedmon Center, an improved state-of-the-art strength and conditioning room, new ticket office and Learning Enhancement Center (LEC), which houses student-athlete academic support, were completed/ added in 2009. In 2010, facility upgrades included a new high-tech videoboard / sound system to the Dedmon Center as well as a new playing surface / irrigation system and dugouts to the Radford University Baseball Field. Lineburg has also overseen the hires of five new head coaches, as well as six new athletic administrators. His hires include women’s basketball head coach Taj Njongba, head volleyball coach Marci Jenkins, ROBERT LINEBURG women’s head golf coach Jeff Radford University Beeler, head men’s soccer coach Director of athletics Marc Reeves and the promotion of track and field interim director Brent Chumbley to head coaches’ status. Among the administrators added in Lineburg’s tenure are executive associate A.D. Randy Butt, head athletic trainer Chad Hyatt, assistant A.D. for communications Joey Beeler, director of student-athlete support services/senior women’s administrator Stephanie Ballein, and Director of Facilities Brad Epperley. As a result of the changes, Radford achieved a banner year in 200809: women’s soccer, men’s basketball, men’s tennis and softball claimed Big South conference crowns and advanced to NCAA Tournament play. Women’s soccer advanced to its fourth tournament, men’s basketball won the Big South regular-season and tournament title to advance to the NCAAs for the first time since 1998, men’s tennis made its third-straight appearance, and softball appeared for the first time and won Radford’s first-ever NCAA tournament game in any sport. Lineburg and the Highlanders backed their success in 2008-09 with a men’s tennis and softball Big South regular season title in 2009-10. Mickey Dean’s softball team went on to win their second straight conference tournament crown before advancing to the Athens, Georgia Regional final with two more NCAA Tournament victories. He and his staff have also been responsible for creating a five-year strategic plan for the Radford athletic department and building an athletics facilities master plan. Additional achievements include ushering in a new athletics Internet site (RadfordAthletics.com), and helping implement a new ticket system (Ticket Return). Lineburg and his staff have also hosted top-level competition, with five Big South championships taking place on the Radford campus from 2008-10.. In addition to making an impact on Radford athletics, Lineburg is also

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involved in a number of different organizations and committees. He is the chairman of the Big South Conference on Basketball Improvement, a member of the Big South ad-hoc Committee on Basketball Issues, and a member of the selection committee to select Radford University’s Vice President for Advancement. Prior to becoming Radford’s third Director of Athletics, Lineburg’s corporate knowledge was groomed as a marketing associate with Peloton Real Estate Partners in Dallas, Texas. Along with his business experience, Lineburg spent 15 seasons as a college basketball coach, including time as Southern Methodist’s interim head coach. Prior to serving as the Mustangs interim head coach, Lineburg spent eight years as an assistant at SMU. Following his interim tenure, he served two more seasons as an assistant coach at Southern Methodist. Lineburg’s coaching resume also includes assistant coaching positions with the men’s basketball programs at James Madison University and Emory & Henry College, as well as with the Dallas Mavericks summer league team. His coaching experience also took him through the Big South, as he spent time on the sideline at UNC Greensboro. A 1991 graduate of Roanoke College, Lineburg started his collegiate basketball career as a Highlander, where he was a two-year letterman before transferring to nearby Roanoke College to play his final two years. He earned his Bachelor’s in political science with a minor in history. In 1995, he received a Master’s Degree in education from Virginia Tech, where he was also a graduate assistant on the men’s basketball staff. Lineburg is the son of retired Radford High School football coach and athletic director Norman Lineburg and the brother of Dr. Mark Lineburg, the Superintendent of Bristol City Schools, Paul Lineburg, the Assistant Principal at William Byrd H.S. and Wayne Lineburg, who is in his first season as the offensive coordinator at the University of Richmond. He is married to the former Mary Parish, also a native of Radford.


2009-10 ACADEMIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2 Scholar-Athletes of the Year 1 Most Outstanding Student 33 All-Academic Selections 5 All-State Academic Selections 1 Big South Female of the Year 58.3% Presidential Honor Roll 2 Academic All-District Selections 10 Teams with 3.0 GPA

STUDENT-ATHLETE SUPPORT SERVICES The mission of the Student-Athlete Support Services (SASS) office for Radford University Athletics is to promote, assist, and provide counsel to all student-athletes. Its primary, constant goal is to develop graduates and outstanding citizens who have contributed in the areas of athletic competition during their tenures of education. Located in the Dedmon Athletic Center, the newly established Learning Enhancement Center is equipped with computers, tutorial rooms, and a study lounge. The Learning Enhancement Center provides direction for student-athletes via academic counseling in conjunction with advisors from the respective colleges at Radford University. Academic support services such as tutoring and supervised study hall are provided, as well as career planning, monitoring of eligibility status, and a host of other guidance and advisory services.


CUPP STADIUM Patrick D. Cupp Memorial Stadium was completed in 2003 and quickly became one of the premier soccer and track and field stadiums in the Southeast. The largest soccer facility in the Big South Conference, Cupp Stadium has seating for 5,000 spectators. Four large locker rooms, an on-site athletic training room, and a dedicated laundry room highlight the amenities for student-athletes and teams. In addition to the game-day amenities, Cupp Stadium serves the day-to-day needs of the soccer programs, which have offices inside the complex. The soccer surface is a Bermuda blend natural grass field. A state-of-the-art drainage system was recently added to assist in keeping the field in top shape year-round.


In addition to Cupp Stadium, the Radford soccer program has two practice fields nesseled on The New River.


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING A component that is vital to the Radford athletic program is the strength and conditioning program directed by Strength and Conditioning Coach Michael Shumaker.

Highlander Athletics have long been recognized as one of the leaders among Mid- Atlantic schools in its conditioning and strength training. It has been an instrumental part in the success of Radford University sports through the years. Under the direction of Shumaker and assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Kim Faulkner, the program is designed to help each student-athlete reach his or her full potential in their respective sport. Each Radford University student-athlete has strength and conditioning programs unique to their goals as a player. This program, developed by Shumaker, helps prepare RADFORD student-athletes for the long and rigorous in-season schedule. The Strength and Conditioning staff at Radford University is committed to excellence in competition and in life.


Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted fullfledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the third Commissioner, and in his 13 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new levels. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and has solidified Conference membership with the additions of High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian, and in 2011-12, the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 600 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years, the Big South has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Con-

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ference has had two individual National Champions, more than 200 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship four times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team three consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic AllAmericans in its quarter-century of existence.


2010 Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 30

Name Ryan Taylor Aldo Macias Brendan Shaffer Myles Jones Brian Gwanzura Brian Henry Carter Mills James Jordan Iyiola Awosika Camden Brown Vittorio Lauretano Joe Baxter Anthony Payne James Leith Ryan Stinnett Luis Grande John DeValdes Ian Aquino Bernardo Ulmo Thomas George Kevin Fleming Mike Handlin Phillip Hovermale Joey Dennis

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

No. 21 11 14 12 30 20 24 23 19 5 25 6 26 4 10 13 16 2 8 15 3 17 1 22

Name Ian Aquino Iyiola Awosika Joe Baxter Camden Brown Joey Dennis John DeValdes Kevin Fleming Thomas George Luis Grande Brian Gwanzura Mike Handlin Brian Henry Phillip Hovermale Myles Jones James Jordan Vittorio Lauretano James Leith Aldo Macias Carter Mills Anthony Payne Brendan Shaffer Ryan Stinnett Ryan Taylor Bernardo Ulmo

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

NUMERICAL

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

Ht. 180 160 165 190 175 170 175 160 161 136 160 174 180 175 150 170 165 150 165 155 175 150 150 180

CL. Jr. R-Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. R-So. Sr. Fr. So.

ALPHABETICAL Cl. 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-7 6-2 5-8 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-7 6-1 5-9

Ht. 150 161 174 136 180 165 175 155 170 175 150 170 150 190 160 160 175 160 175 180 165 150 180 165

CL. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. R-Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

MEN’S SOCCER Staff

Hometown / HIGH School Midlothian, Va. / Midlothian Dumfries, Va. / Edison Haymarket, Va. / Battlefield Redditch, England / Studley Harare, Zimbabwe / Harare Stafford, Va. / Colonial Forge Culpepper, Va. / Culpepper County Dartford, England / Dartford Grammar London, England / Aylesbury Grammar Knoxville, Tenn. / Karns Chester, Va. / Thomas Dale Richmond, Va. / James River Manassas, Va. / Osbourn Park Herndon, Va. / Oakton Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge Caracas, Venezuela Virginia Beach, Va. / First Colonial Burke, Va. / Lake Braddock South Kent School, CT Pearisburg, Va. / Giles County Centreville, Va. / Westfield Opal, Va. / Liberty-Bealeton Virginia Beach, Va. / Floyd E. Kellam Manassas, Va. / Osbourn Park

head coach Alma Mater Marc Reeves Brunel University, 1997

SEASON 1st Season

Assistant Maciej Sliwinski

Alma Mater Iona, 2007

SEASON 1st Season

VOLUNTEER Chris Barrett ATH. TRAINER Jamie Best

Alma Mater Radford, 1995

SEASON 6th Season

Alma Mater Penn State, 2000

SEASON 4th Season

Hometown / HIGH School Burke, Va. / Lake Braddock London, England / Aylesbury Grammar Richmond, Va. / James River Knoxville, Tenn. / Karns Manassas, Va. / Osbourn Park Virginia Beach, Va. / First Colonial Centreville, Va. / Westfield Pearisburg, Va. / Giles County Caracas, Venezuela Harare, Zimbabwe / Harare Opal, Va. / Liberty-Bealeton Stafford, Va. / Colonial Forge Virginia Beach, Va. / Floyd E. Kellam Redditch, England / Studley Dartford, England / Dartford Grammar Chester, Va. / Thomas Dale Herndon, Va. / Oakton Dumfries, Va. / Edison Culpepper, Va. / Culpepper County Manassas, Va. / Osbourn Park Haymarket, Va. / Battlefield Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge Midlothian, Va. / Midlothian South Kent School, CT

SENIORS - 5 Ian Aquino Camden Brown Ben Fuentes Mike Handlin James Leith Brendan Shaffer SOPHOMORES - 5 Joey Dennis Kevin Fleming Brian Gwanzura Myles Jones James Jordan

MANAGER Ben Fuentes

No. 2 11 13 17 21 22 20

SEASON 1st Season

PRONUNCIATIONS

Name Aldo Macias Iyiola Awosika Vittorio Lauretano Ryan Stinnett Ian Aquino Bernardo Ulmo John DeValdes

Pronunciation All-DOH Muh-SEE-us EYE-OLA Uh-woh-sicka VEE-tour-eo laur-e-tano STINN-it Ah-KEY-no uhl-mo day-VOL-dez

Highlanders By Class

JUNIORS - 8 Iyiola Awosika Joe Baxter Thomas George Aldo Macias Carter Mills Anthony Payne Ryan Stinnett Ryan Taylor

FRESHMEN - 6 Luis Grande John DeValdes Brian Henry Phillip Hovermale Vittorio Lauretano Bernardo Ulmo

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A NEW ERA IN THE STORIED RADFORD UNIVERSITY SOCCER PROGRAM’S HISTORY BEGAN ON MARCH 22, 2010, WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF MARC REEVES AS THE UNIVERSITY’S 7TH HEAD MEN’S SOCCER COACH.

HEAD COACH

Marc

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THE NEW LEADER OF THE HIGHLANDERS

REEVES


Coaching Staff

Radford University has named Marc Reeves, former associate head men’s soccer coach at St. John’s, to its head men’s soccer coaching position on Monday, March 22, 2010. Reeves comes to Radford after having spent the last 11 seasons at St. John’s and the last four as the program’s associate head coach alongside Dr. Dave Masur. “I’m unbelievably excited about the opportunity to lead the Radford University men’s soccer program,” Reeves said. “I’d like to thank President [Penelope] Kyle, Robert Lineburg and the members of the search committee. It’s a great opportunity, and I can’t wait to get to work as soon as possible.” Reeves becomes the seventh head coach in the history of Radford University men’s soccer. The Gillingham Dorset, England, native has been part of an extraordinary run of success at the Queens, N.Y. school. The Red Storm reached the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 in eight of his ten seasons, including a national championship appearance in 2003, trips to the national semifinals in 2001 and 2008, and four national quarterfinal appearances (2001, 2003, 2004, 2008). In 2009, the Red Storm finished 9-3-9 (6-1-4, Big East), winning the Big East Tournament title with a penalty kick shootout win over Notre Dame on the way to a NCAA Tournament first-round bye. St. John’s was ranked nationally as high as 14th in 2009. Following a 19-3-3 campaign and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2008, Reeves earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) East Region Assistant Coach of the Year honors. Reeves was named the National Assistant Coach of the Year by Aflac in 2002, a season after helping guide the Red Storm to a berth in a national MARC REEVES semifinal game. Head Coach “I thought that were are a lot similarities between St. John’s and Radford in terms of campus size, class size and a small family-like athletic department, all things that are important to me,” Reeves said. “I think the people are the important part. Listening to the search committee, I was very enlightened by their vision for Radford athletics and the men’s soccer program.” As a player with the Red Storm, Reeves was part of the 1998 squad that won the Big East Championship and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. St. John’s won three Big East tournament championships and racked up at least 10 wins in nine of the 11 seasons during Reeves’ tenure. The Red Storm had a No. 1 ranking for five consecutive weeks in 2002 and a No. 2 ranking during the 2005 season. In Reeves’ first season as associate head coach in 2006, he helped lead St. John’s in a ambassador tour to Vietnam that summer, becoming the first American sports team to visit the country following the Vietnam War. Reeves and the St. John’s program took part in cultural experiences and lended volunteer work to impoverished areas while playing four games in Vietnam. Before being promoted to the associate head coaches’ position, Reeves spent five seasons as Masur’s top assistant, contributing in all aspects of the Red Storm program with an emphasis on recruiting, scouting and team preparation. A midfielder for St. John’s in 1998, Reeves went on to earn a masters degree in secondary education and began his coaching career in 1999. Prior to arriving at St. John’s, Reeves graduated from Brunel University (Middlesex, England) in 1997 with an upper second degree in sports science. Reeves has a USSF A National License and a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. Reeves and his wife Susanne have two children: Robert (“Robbie”) and Olivia (“Livi”).

What They’re Saying About Reeves...

“I’ve spoken with numerous people in the soccer community and have heard nothing but good things about Marc Reeves. I’m excited about what he’ll bring to Radford. When he was at St. John’s, he was instrumental in not only the program’s success, but the success of his players beyond St. John’s. I think that will continue at RU, I’m very excited about the future.” Dante Washington Radford’s all-time leading scorer / Former MLS All-Star

“Marc has been an integral part of our success the past ten years. His professionalism, honesty, integrity and overall leadership skills will make him a major asset to Radford University.” Dr. Dave Masur Head Men’s Soccer Coach / St. John’s University

“St. John’s has been one of the top college soccer teams in the highly competitive Big East conference and, for the last decade, Marc Reeves has been a major part of this success, and it is wonderful that he now has the opportunity to show his knowledge, work ethic and personality as the new head coach at Radford University.” Bobby Clark Head Men’s Soccer Coach / University of Notre Dame

“As a player, graduate assistant, assistant coach and associate head coach, Marc has displayed a history of excellence. He is a diligent worker, and extremely committed. I know Marc will be a successful and great representative of Radford University.” John Diffley Sr. Associate Athletic Director / St. John’s University

THE MARC REEVES FILE

PERSONAL

Hometown Undergraduate Degree Master’s Degree Playing Experience

Gillingham Dorset, England Brunel University, England (‘97) St. John’s (‘98) St. John’s (1998) NY Pancyprian Freedoms (2001-2010)

BY THE NUMBERS

Big East Tournament Championships Three (last in 2009) 10 NCAA Tournament Appearances NCAA Round of 16 Appearances Five Three (2001, 2003, 2008) NCAA Final Four Appearances Aflac National Assistant Coach of the Year 2002 NSCAA East Region Assistant Coach of the Year 2008

COLLEGIATE COACHING CAREER 2010-Current 2006-08 1999-2005

Head Coach, Radford Associate Head Coach, St. John’s Assistant Coach, St. John’s

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Soccer Camps

COACH REEVES SOCCER CAMPS

Along with holding three separate one-day clinics beginningin June, firstyear head men’s soccer coach Marc Reeves will hold his second annual overnight camp in late July at Cupp Stadium. “As the new head coach of the Radford men’s soccer program, I am excited to provide an opportunity for interested players to experience Radford University and showcase their talents,” said Reeves. Designed for high school boys, the one-day clinics will replicate a high Division I training session as well as provide valuable information about what it takes to compete at the next level. The one-day clinics will be held in June and July. Coach Reeves and the men’s soccer program will conclude their 2011 summer camp schedule with an overnight camp at the end of July. The overnight session is designed to challenge players to think and play at a higher speed. While also replicating the high Division I level, coaches will create match-like practices with an emphasis on teaching by position and how to impact a match. 2011 One-Day Clinic Schedule Description: The one-day clinics will replicate a high Division I training session as well as provide valuable information about what it takes to compete at the next level. Dates: June 2011 Ages: High School Boys Location: Radford University – Cupp Stadium 2011 Overnight Camp Description: The overnight session is designed to challenge players to think and play at a higher speed. While also replicating the high Division I level, coaches will create match-like practices with an emphasis on teaching by position and how to impact a match. Dates: July 2011 Ages: High School Boys Location: Radford University For more information on 2011 Radford Men’s Soccer Summer Camps, call (540) 831-7822 or email RUSCsoccercamps@gmail.com.

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Coaching Staff Former St. John’s University and Lafayette assistant Maciej Sliwinski is in his first season on the Radford University men’s soccer coaching staff. At Radford, Sliwinski will assist with all aspects of the Highlander program, with a special emphasis on recruiting and team preparation. Sliwinski, a former two-year assistant alongside Reeves at St. John’s, spent the 2009 season as an assistant at Lafayette. “Maciej is an enthusiastic young coach who I am excited to welcome as part of our men’s soccer staff here at Radford University,” Reeves said. “Maciej brings a variety of experiences from varying levels of coaching and has a real desire to impact our program.” Sliwinski worked under Dennis Bohn at Lafayette in 2009, helping the Leopards to a 10-7-2 overall record and a trip to the Patriot League semifinals. While at Lafayette, his duties included goalkeeper training – Sliwinski guided Phillip Nelson to Patriot League Goalie of the Year honors, MACIEJ SLIWINSKI along with a spot on the All-ECAC First Assistant Coach Team and the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team. Sliwinski spent the two seasons prior to his arrival at Lafayette at St. John’s, where he assisted with multiple aspects of the program, including recruiting, team preparation, camps and alumni communications. He worked under head coach Dr. Dave Masur, the 2008 Big East Coach of the Year, and with Reeves, who was named the NSCAA East Regional College Assistant Coach of the Year. In 2008, the Red Storm earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the national semifinals, en route to an overall record of 19-3-3. A native of Poland, Sliwinski enjoyed a four-year playing career at Iona, where he was a two-year captain and was named to the MAAC All-Academic Team in all four of his seasons. He graduated in 2007 with a degree in finance. During his time at Iona, Sliwinski interned with the New York Red Bulls of MLS, with responsibilities in team operations and game preparation. In 2009, Sliwinski earned his master’s degree in sports management from St. John’s University. In January 2009, he was appointed the Director of Coaching with the Brooklyn Italians, in charge of the coaching staff and education programs. Slwinski’s younger brother is a member of the Philadelphia University men’s soccer squad, while his father served as a coach in Poland. Slwinski is single and resides in Blacksburg.

THE MACIEJ SLIWINSKI FILE

PERSONAL

Hometown Date of Birth Undergraduate Degree Graduate Degree Playing Experience

Strzyzow, Poland October 15, 1984 Iona (2007) St. John’s (2009) Iona (2003-06)

COLLEGIATE COACHING CAREER 2010-Current 2009 2007-2008

Assistant Coach, Radford Assistant Coach, Lafayette Assistant Coach, St. John’s

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Ian

AQUINO

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D • Sr • 5-9 • 150 BURKE, Va. LAKE BRADDOCK HS RESTON FC 2009 Highlights

Made eight starts, including all but two Big South regular season matches... His eight starts came in consecutive games from Oct. 3-Nov. 7.

2008 Highlights

Made his first career start for the Highlanders in a win at UNC Asheville (Oct. 11)... Came off the bench in 11 straight games for Radford between Sept. 12 and Oct. 22

2007 Highlights

Logged his first ever minutes in a Highlander uniform in a loss at Appalachian State (Sept. 22)... Saw his first Big South action in a regular season loss at Coastal Carolina (Nov. 10)

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Played for head coach Joe Soos at Lake Braddock High School.

PERSONAL

Born July 1, 1989... Son of Marilyn and Medardo Aquino and has a brother, Alexander... Majoring in physics and is a part of the pre-engineering program at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

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GP- GS 2- 0 15- 2 13- 8 30- 10

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0 0

SH 0 6 1 7

GW 0 0 0 0


Camden

BROWN

12

F • Sr • 5-7 • 136 KNOXVILLE, TENN. KARNS HS SMOKEY MOUNTAIN CLUB 2009 Highlights

Played in 14 games for the Highlanders... Started in home contests against Gardner-Webb (Sept. 26) and No. 5 North Carolina (Sept. 29).

2008 Highlights

Made starts in each of Radford’s games at the UNLV Rebel Classic, the first two of his career... Picked up his first career assist in the Highlanders’ home win over Xavier (Sept. 5).

2007 Highlights

Appeared in 18 games as a substitute... Scored his first career goal and played a season-high 73 minutes in a regular season win against VMI (Oct. 24)... Played 40 or more minutes in six games off of the bench.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Earned all-district and all-region honrs as a junior at Karns High School... Garnered team MVP and Best Offensive Player honors as a junior and senior... Named team rookie of the year as a sophomore... Played for former Radford assistant Frankie Delgado with the Smokey Mountain Soccer Club.

PERSONAL

Born September 9, 1989... Son of Cynthia Brown and Lyndon Graves... Majoring in criminal justice at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 18- 0 14- 3 14- 2 46- 5

G 1 0 0 1

A 1 1 0 1

PTS 3 1 0 4

SH 2 9 8 19

GW 0 0 0 0

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25 Mike HANDLIN

D/MF • Sr • 5-9 • 150 OPAL, Va. LIBERTY-BEALTON HS Rutgers university 2009 Highlights

Played through nagging injuries throughout the season; started in each of Radford’s first ten games... Assisted on the game-winning goal in a Big South tournament quaterfinal win over High Point.

2008 Highlights (at Rutgers)

Appeared in nine games as a substitute for the Scarlet Knights... Came off the bench in four Big East games.

2007 Highlights

Saw action in five games as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

First Team All-Cedar Run District, all-county and Washington Post Honorable Mention All-Met selection as a senior at Liberty-Bealton... Competed with Virginia’s Olympic Development Program from 2002-07, and was part of a team that played in Germany during his sophomore year.

PERSONAL

Son of Valerie Pyle and Magnum Handlin, and has two siblings: Bill and Jenny... Majoring in psychology at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

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GP- GS 5- 1 9- 0 15- 10 29- 11

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 1 1

PTS 0 0 1 1

SH 0 1 19 20

GW 0 0 0 0


James

LEITH

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MF • Sr • 5-10 • 175 HERNDON, Va. OAKTON HS RESTON FC 2009 Highlights

Scored the game-winner in the 77th minute of a 3-1 home win over Virginia Tech (Oct. 6), giving the Highlanders their first win over the Hokies since 2002... Put Radford ahead 2-0 with his first goal in the 33rd minute of a tie at Winthrop on Oct. 17... Netted the game-winner at home against VMI on Oct. 21.

2008 Highlights

Started 14 of the remaining 15 games of the season for the Highlanders... Made the start in all but one Big South game (Oct. 22 at VMI)

2007 Highlights

Named to the Big South All-Freshman team... Scored his first career goal, and assisted on another in a tournament win over Coastal Carolina (Nov. 16)... Had his first career assist in a win over North Carolina State (Oct. 6)... Assisted on the game-winner against UNC Asheville (Oct. 13)... Played 100 or more minutes four times.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Played for coach T.J. White at Oakton High School... Named All-Concorde District as a sophomore, junior and senior.

PERSONAL

Born March 28, 1989... Son of Ann and William Leith and has one sister, Maria... Majoring in business management at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 20- 20 18- 14 16- 16 54- 50

G 1 0 3 4

A 3 0 0 3

PTS 5 0 6 11

SH 9 6 5 20

GW 0 0 2 2

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Brendan

SHAFFER

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MF • Sr • 5-11 • 185 Haymarket, Va. Battlefield HS PWSI Spartans 2009 Highlights

Served as team captain... Played in every minute at the central back position... 2009 Big South All-Tournament selection... Scored in two consecutive games (at Coastal Carolina – Nov. 7; vs. High Point – Nov. 13), the first two goals of his career... Converted on a penalty kick against Coastal Carolina... Scored in the second half to give Radford a 3-1 lead on the way to a Big South quarterfinal win over High Point.

2008 Highlights

Logged every minute of every game at the central back position for the Highlanders... Helped Radford post the Big South’s best goals against average (1.02) and fewest goals allowed (19)... Played the entire season with a broken wrist suffered in the 2008 offseason.

2007 Highlights

Radford went 5-1 in a stretch of games from October 4-24 in which he started... Earned his first career assist in a win over UNC Asheville (Oct. 13)... Made his first career start in a loss at Georgia Southern (Sept. 16)... Logged 90 or more minutes in seven games.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Named Cedar Run District Player of the Year and All-Met by The Washington Post as a senior at Battlefield... Scored 12 goals and helped the Bobcats to a 13-2 record in the regular season during his final year... FirstTeam All-Northwestern Region as a junior.

PERSONAL

Born March 31, 1989... Son of Denise and Glen Shaffer and has two sisters: Kaylyn and Allie... Majoring in business management at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

28

GP- GS 18- 12 19- 19 17- 17 54- 48

G 0 0 2 2

A 1 0 0 1

PTS 1 0 4 5

SH 9 12 5 26

GW 0 0 0 0


Iyiola

AWOSIKA

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F • Jr • 5-10 • 161 London, england Aylesbury grammar 2009 Highlights

Had his first career assist on an insurance goal in the 84th minute of a 3-1 win over Virginia Tech... Finished the season strong, scoring three goals in the final six games to finish second in points on the team... Had a multigoal effort in a home win over VMI... Scored the game-winner in the Big South semifinal win over High Point.

2008 Highlights

Big South Freshman of the Year and Second Team All-Big South Selection... The only Radford freshman to start in each game... First freshman to lead the Highlanders in scoring since 1999... Scored his first career goal in a loss at UNLV... Netted the equalizer with less than four minutes remaining in regulation in Radford’s tie at Clemson... Scored the gamewinner in the 77th minute of a home win over Liberty... Buried the gamewinning goal at UNC Asheville.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Member of the English School’s’ Football Association (ESFA) U-18 National Team during his final year at Aylesbury Grammar in 2007-08... English team finished second to Republic of Ireland in the U-18 Cetenary Shield standings... Played at historic Wembley Stadium in April of 2008 against Scotland... Was a district champion in the 100-meter dash in high school.

PERSONAL

Born January 25, 1990... Son of Tola and Ayo Awosika and has four siblings: Ronke, Ifedayo, Iti and Lydin... Double-majoring in business management and finance at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 19- 18 17- 10 36- 28

G 6 3 9

A 0 1 1

PTS 12 7 19

SH 25 33 58

GW 2 1 3

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Ben

FUENTES

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MF • Jr • 6-1 • 175 FAirfax, Va. w.t. Woodson HS mclean fc 2009 Highlights

Made his collegiate debut at home against Davidson on Sept. 16... Saw time as a substitute in Big South matches at Winthrop (Oct. 17) and Coastal Carolina (Nov. 3).

2007 Highlights

Redshirted in 2007 for Radford.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Helped lead Woodson to numerous post-season successes, including a 2004 Group AAA state championship... Was also a part of a Group AAA runner-up in 2005, and a state semifinal team in 2006... Earned First Team All-Liberty District honors as a junior and senior... Northern Region Honorable Mention as a senior.

BAXTER

PERSONAL

Born November 2, 1988... Son of Carmen Rojas and Juan Carlos Fuentes... Enrolled in Radford’s sports medicine program.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 3- 0 3- 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

SH 0 0

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Joe

MF • Jr • 6-1 • 174 RICHmond, Va. JAmes river HS Richmond kickers

GW 0 0

2009 Highlights

Played in 14 games on the Radford back line, starting in nine... Started in four Big South matches.

2008 Highlights

Made his debut for the Highlanders in a tie at Clemson (Sept. 7)... Played in each of the Highlanders’ last 11 games of the season.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Earned Second Team All-Dominion District honors as a junior and senior at James River High School.

PERSONAL

Born November 15, 1988... Son of Mary and Tim Baxter and has three brothers: Jack, Harry and Tom... Majoring in sports medicine at Radford University.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

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GP- GS 14- 0 14- 9 28- 9

G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

PTS 1 0 1

SH 9 2 11

GW 0 0 0


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Aldo

MACIAS

D • R-jr • 5-10 • 160 dumfries, Va. edison HS

2009 Highlights

Started in six of Radford’s final eight games, including both Big South tournament matches... Scored his first career goal in the 84th minute of Radford’s 3-1 home win over Virginia Tech (Oct. 6)... Assisted on Brian Gwanzura’s 18th-minute goal at Winthrop (Oct. 17).

2008 Highlights

Made his first career start in a home win over Xavier (Sept. 5)... Assisted on the game winning goal in the 77th minute of Radford’s home win over Liberty (Sept. 12).

Thomas 23 GEORGE

MF • Jr • 5-9 • 155 Pearisburg, Va. giles HS concord university

2007 Highlights

Redshirted in 2007 for Radford.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Named First Team All-National District at Edison High School as a senior... Earned Second Team All-District as a sophomore and junior... Part of a National District championship team as a freshman... Played on the Edison varsity team all four years.

PERSONAL

Born March 4, 1989, in Aquascalientes, Mexico... Became a U.S. citizen on August 18, 2007... Son of Ernestina and Santiago Macias and has one brother, Omar... Majoring in finance.

2009 Highlights

Career Statistics

Saw action in six games as a substitute for the Highlanders.

2008 Highlights (at Concord university)

Started in ten games as a freshman for the Mountain Lions... Knocked through his first career goal on a penalty kick and assisted on another in a 4-0 win over Shepherd on Sept. 30... Netted the game-winner in Concord’s 2-0 win over Appalachian Bible on Oct. 14.

YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 14- 1 13- 6 27- 7

G 0 1 1

A 1 1 2

PTS 1 3 4

SH 3 8 11

GW 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Earned First Team All-Region C, First Team All-Three Rivers District, and Second Team All-Group A honors as a junior at nearby Giles High School... Played for Giles County United club team, scoring 19 goals in 12 games as a senior... Part of a district championship team his freshman year at Upper Darby High School in Drexel Hill, Pa.

PERSONAL

Born September 24, 1988, in Monrovia, Liberia... Son of Esther Morffiah and has three brothers: Gerald, Wade and Stephen... Majoring in accounting/finance.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 15- 10 6- 0 21- 10

G 2 0 2

A 1 0 1

PTS 5 0 5

SH 24 4 28

GW 1 0 1

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Carter

MILLS

F • jr • 6-1 • 175 culpeper, Va. culpeper county HS soca Lightning 2009 Highlights

Made his first career start and peppered the goal with four first half shots against Presbyterian (Oct. 3)... Started in three games, including Radford’s home win over Virginia Tech (Oct. 6).

2008 Highlights

Played his first minutes for the Highlanders in a Big South win over Presbyterian (Oct. 3)... Four of his five appearances were in Big South action.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Anthony

Named First Team All-Cedar Run District as a senior captain at Culpeper County... Earned his team’s Best Offensive Player award as a junior and senior... A second team all-district pick as a freshman, sophomore and junior... Free Lance Star All-Area as a junior and senior... Named team MVP in his junior and senior years... Was a varsity starter all four years at Culpeper County... His club team, SOCA Lightning, won a 2006 Super Clubs U-17 National Championship.

PAYNE

MF • jr • 6-0 • 180 MAnassas, Va. osbourn park HS mount olive college

PERSONAL

Born February 9, 1990... Son of Robie and Butch Mills... Majoring in sports administration.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

GP- GS 5- 0 8- 3 13- 3

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

SH 5 4 9

GW 0 0 0

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2009 Highlights

Had his first career collegiate start at Presbyterian on Oct. 3, made four starts for the season... Played in each of Radford’s nine Big South matches.

2008 Highlights

First Team All-Conference Carolinas selection; first Mount Olive freshman since 2003 to be named all-conference... Led Mount Olive in goals, assists and points as a substitute in 18 games, and finished second in Conference Carolinas in assists and fifth in points... Scored in the 55th minute of his first collegiate start, Nov. 4, in a conference tournament game at Anderson (S.C.)... Twice posted two-goal games, including a pair of goals and assists in the Trojans’ 5-1 win over St. Andrews, which clinched their spot in the Conference Carolinas Tournament Oct. 30.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

First Team All-Cedar Run District, First Team All-Northwest Region and all-area selection as a senior at Osbourn Park... high school teammate of Joey Dennis.

PERSONAL

Born June 10, 1990... Son of Antoinette and John Payne... Undecided on a major.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

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GP- GS 19- 1 13- 4 32- 5

G 7 0 7

A 8 0 8

PTS 22 0 22

SH 26 10 36

GW 1 0 1


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Ryan

STINNETT

MF • Jr • 5-7 • 150 Woodbridge, Va. woodbridge HS univ. of connecticut 2009 Highlights

Saw action in six games as a substitute for the Highlanders... Logged minutes in three Big South games, including a Big South tournament win over High Point (Nov. 13).

2008 Highlights (at uconn)

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Ryan

TAYLOR

Played as a substitute in three games for Connecticut... Made his first Big East appearance at St. John’s Sept. 26.

2007 Highlights

Redshirted as a true freshman at UConn.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Lettered three years at Woodbridge... Served as a team captain as a junior and senior... Earned second team all-district honors as a sophomore... Captured three Virginia State Championships with club team, PWSI Courage 88 Red, in 2002, 2005 and 2006.

Gk • jr • 6-1 • 180 midlothian, Va. midlothian HS fc richmond majic

PERSONAL

Born Sept. 1, 1988... Son of Donna Bond, Mike Stinnett and Beth Stinnett, and has two brothers, Paul and Zac... Undecided on a major.

Career Statistics

2009 Highlights

Year Started in all 17 games in his first season as the full-time goalkeeper; 2008 stopped five or more shots in eight games... Finished fourth in the Big 2009 South in goals-against average and saves... Made two saves in the final Totals five minutes of play to preserve Radford’s 3-2 season-opening win at Appalachian State (Sept. 4)... Made five saves in each of Radford’s first three Big South games... Stopped seven shots, including four after Radford’s equalizer, in a 3-1 win over Virginia Tech (Oct. 6).

GP- GS 3- 0 6- 0 9- 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

2008 Highlights

Started in five games for the Highlanders... Saw his first collegiate minutes in the Highlanders’ Big South win over Presbyterian (Oct. 3)... Made his first career start, replacing an injured Zach Roszel, in a 1-0 loss at Virginia Tech and held the Hokies scoreless for 89 minutes while recording six saves (Oct. 7)... Picked up his first career win and made six saves in his first Big South start at UNC Asheville (Oct. 11).

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

First Team All-Dominion District, and a Second Team All-Central Region and All-Metro pick as a senior at Midlothian... Participated in the VHSCA All-Star Game for the East Team as a senior... Earned the Midlothian High School Captain’s Award as a junior.

PERSONAL

Born June 15, 1990... Son of Cindy and Doug Taylor and has a brother, Shaun... Majoring in sports medicine.

Career Statistics

Year GP- GS 2008 6- 5 2009 17- 17 Totals 23- 22

MIN. GA 488:37 8 1545:00 24 2033:37 32

GAA 1.47 1.40 1.45

SV 20 68 88

W 1 5 6

L 4 9 13

T 0 3 3

SHO 0 3 3

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Joey

DENNIS

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gk • r-So • 6-2 • 180 manassas, Va. osbourn park HS mount olive college 2009 Highlights

Made his first collegiate appearance, playing the second half and making two saves against Davidson (Sept. 16).

2008 Highlights

Redshirted as a true freshman at Mount Olive College.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Northwest Region Player of the Year, Washington Post First Team All-Met selection, Journal Messenger Player of the Year, and first team all-state pick as a senior... Two-time first team all district selection (junior, senior seasons)... High school teammate of Anthony Payne at Osbourn Park

Kevin

PERSONAL

FLEMING

Born May 4, 1990... Son of Kathleen and Rusty Dennis... Majoring in exercise, sport and health education.

Career Statistics

Year GP- GS 2009 1- 0 Totals 1- 0

MIN. GA 45:00 1 45:00 1

GAA 2.00 2.00

SV 2 2

W 0 0

L 0 0

T 0 0

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D • r-So • 6-2 • 175 centreville, Va. westfield HS syc junior royals

SHO 0 0

2008 Highlights

Joined the Highlanders as a walk-on in spring of 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Member of a Concorde District championship team as a sophomore at Westfield... Four-year member of Westfield’s track & field team.

PERSONAL

Born Sept. 2, 1990... Son of Tracy and Dean Fleming, and has two siblings: Kayla and Korey... Majoring in business management.

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Myles

JONES

mf • So • 6-3 • 190 redditch, england studley hs kidderminster harriers 2009 Highlights

Second Team All-Big South selection and all-freshman team performer... NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region Third Team... Started in 15 games as a defender, leading all Radford true freshmen... Picked up his first multi-point game with two first half assists in a 2-2 double overtime tie at Winthrop (Oct. 17).

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

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Brian

GWANZURA mf • So • 6-3 • 175 Harare, zimbabwe harare hs maningi fc

Twice named a team captain at Studley.

PERSONAL

Born Sept. 8, 1990... Son of Cynthia and Dean Jones, and has a sister, Shannon... Majoring in marketing.

Career Statistics

Year 2009 Totals

GP- GS 15- 15 15- 15

G 0 0

A 2 2

PTS 2 2

SH 5 5

GW 0 0

2009 Highlights

Started in 16 games; finished as the team’s scoring leader (4 G, 8 PTS... Scored his first collegiate goal, giving Radford a 2-1 lead, in the 34th minute of the season-opening win over Appalachian State (Sept. 4)... Netted the first goal in Big South play for the Highlanders, an 18th minute tally at Winthrop... Had two goals against High Point in separate matches – scored the 75th minute equalizer with a man down at home (Nov. 3), and in the second half of the Big South tournament quarterfinal win (Nov. 13).

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Competed on Zimbabwe’s U17 National Team as a junior in high school... National School Select player at the U13, U15 and U17 levels.

PERSONAL

Born Oct. 24, 1987... Majoring in accounting.

Career Statistics

Year 2009 Totals

GP- GS 17- 16 17- 16

G 4 4

A 0 0

PTS 8 8

SH 20 20

GW 0 0

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James

JORDAN

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John

DEVALDES MF • FR • 5-8 • 150 Virginia beach, Va. First colonial

F • So • 6-0 • 160 dartford, england dartford grammar dartford fc 2009 Highlights

Big South all-freshman team member... Finished second on the team in scoring as a true freshman (3G, 1A)... Netted the game-winner, his first collegiate goal, in the 74th minute of Radford’s 3-2 season-opening win at Appalachian State (Sept. 4)... Snapped Radford’s record scoreless drought of 594 minutes by burying the equalizer in the 54th minute of a 3-1 win over Virginia Tech on Oct. 6... Opened the scoring for the Highlanders in a Big South tournament semifinal win over High Point (Nov. 13).

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Four-year letterwinner at First Colonial ... Third-team all-district selection as a freshman and senior.

PERSONAL

Born December 25, 1991 ... Son of Greg and Susan DeValdes and has one brother, Joey ... Major is undecided.

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Played for a Kent Youth Cup championship squad in 2008-09... West Ham United academy player as a freshman and sophomore.

Luis

GRANDE

PERSONAL

Born Jan. 6, 1991... Son of Julia and Ken Jordan, and has a brother, Nick... Majoring in business management.

Career Statistics

Year 2009 Totals

GP- GS 15- 12 15- 12

G 3 3

A 1 1

PTS 7 7

SH 28 28

12

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MF • FR • 6-0 • 170 Caracas, Venezuela U.E. Colegio Los Arcos

GW 1 1

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Named Team MVP in 2007 and 2008 ... Led team to AYSE Championship.

PERSONAL

Born July 12, 1991 ... Son of Francisco and Luisa Grande and has one brother, Javier ... Majoring in Business Management.

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6

Brian

HENRY

LAURETANO MF • FR • 5-9 • 160 Chester, Va. Thomas Dale

MF • FR • 5-10 • 170 Stafford, Va. Colonial Forge

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Named team MVP... Served as tean captain his senior season ... Earned second team all-district accolades along with being the state’s outstanding defensive player ... Selected to the SYL national camp Born November 8, 1991 ... Son of Mike and Helen Henry and has two sisters, Jamie and Katie ... Majoring in Social Studies

Phillip

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First team all-district, first team all-region and second team all-state as a senior ... Led Thomas Dale to the district title all four years and the region title his sophomore year. Born December 18, 1991 in El Paso, Texas ... Son of Daniel and Luz Lauretano and has two siblings: Daniel Lauretano II and Veronica Lauretano

Bernardo

HOVERMALE

ULMO

MF • FR • 5-11 • 150 Virginia Beach, Va. FLOYD E. KELLAM

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Four-year letterwinner at Floyd E. Kellam ... Was also a standout on the golf course, earning second-team all-district honors.

PERSONAL

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Vittorio

Born February 19, 1992 ... Son of Doug and Kim Hovermale and has one brother, Jeff ... Majoring in Computer Information Systems.

22

MF • FR • 5-9 • 165 Sao Paulo, Brazil

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB

Northwest Region Player of the Year, Washington Post First Team All-Met selection, Journal Messenger Player of the Year, and first team all-state pick as a senior... Two-time first team all district selection (junior, senior seasons)... High school teammate of Anthony Payne at Osbourn Park

PERSONAL

Born May 4, 1990... Son of Kathleen and Rusty Dennis... Majoring in exercise, sport and health education.

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2009 Statistics Overall: 5-9-3 No. 20 11 18 16 3 8 2 4 25 5 13 15 12 6 22 23 19 14 21 17 10 7

Name GWANZURA, Brian AWOSIKA, Iyiola JORDAN, James LEITH, James SHAFFER, Brendan ZIMMER, Justin MACIAS, Aldo JONES, Myles HANDLIN, Mike PATRICIO, Daryn EATON, T.J. PAYNE, Anthony BROWN, Camden THOMSEN, Robert BUZZALINO, Franco GEORGE, Thomas MILLS, Carter BAXTER, Joe AQUINO, Ian STINNETT, Ryan CHAVEZ, Manuel FUENTES, Ben Total Opponents

No. 1 30 TM

Name TAYLOR, Ryan DENNIS, Joey TEAM Total Opponents

BIG SOUTH: 1-4-3

GP- GS 17- 16 17- 10 15- 12 16- 16 17- 17 17- 17 13- 6 15- 15 15- 10 11- 7 5- 0 13- 4 14- 2 17- 17 11- 0 6- 0 8- 3 14- 9 13- 8 6- 0 5- 1 3- 0 17 17 GP- GS 17- 17 1- 0 17 17

G 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 25

A Pts 0 8 1 7 1 7 0 6 0 4 2 4 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 46 16 66

Sh 20 33 28 5 5 12 8 5 19 17 1 10 8 6 5 4 4 2 1 0 0 0 193 201

AWAY: 1-3-2 ShOT% .200 .091 .107 .600 .400 .083 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .093 .124

Min. GA Avg Saves 1545:00 24 1.40 68 45:00 1 2.00 2 0:00 0 0.00 2 1590:00 25 1.42 72 1590:00 18 1.02 51

Team Statistics RAD OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 18-193 25-201 1.06 1.47 Goals scored per game .093 .124 Shot pct 69-193 97-201 Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct .358 .483 Shots/Game 11.4 11.8 10 16 Assists 88 111 CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS 1-2 2-2 PENALTIES Yellow cards 18 21 1 0 Red cards ATTENDANCE 1423 Total 4178 Dates/Avg Per Date 9/464 6/237 Neutral Site #/Avg 2/172

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HOME: 3-5-1

NEUTRAL: 1-1-0

SOG 11 9 14 3 2 5 3 1 5 1 0 2 3 2 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 69 97

SOG% .550 .273 .500 .600 .400 .417 .375 .200 .263 .059 .000 .200 .375 .333 .200 .750 .250 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .358 .483

Pct .739 .667 1.000 .742 .739

W 5 0 0 5 9

GW 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 9

PK- ATT 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 1- 1 0- 1 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 1- 2 2- 2

L T Sho 9 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 3 3 5 3 9

GOALS BY PERIOD Radford Opponents

1st 7 14

2nd OT OT2 11 0 0 11 0 0

Total 18 25

SHOTS BY PERIOD Radford Opponents

1st 83 65

2nd OT OT2 102 4 4 124 5 7

Total 193 201

SAVES BY PERIOD Radford Opponents

2nd OT OT2 44 3 1 22 3 1

Total 72 51

2nd OT OT2 43 2 0 61 3 5

Total 88 111

2nd OT OT2 99 3 3 82 5 3

Total 197 191

1st 24 25

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1st 43 Radford Opponents 42 FOULS BY PERIOD Radford Opponents

1st 92 101


Overall: 5-9-3 Date 09/04/2009 09/08/2009 09/11/2009 09/16/2009 09/19/2009 09/26/2009 09/29/2009 10/03/2009 10/06/2009 10/10/2009 10/17/2009 10/21/2009 10/30/2009 11/02/2009 11/07/2009 11/13/2009 11/14/2009

BIG SOUTH: 1-4-3

Opponent at Appalachian State at Longwood ETSU DAVIDSON at LIBERTY* GARDNER-WEBB* #5 NORTH CAROLINA at Presbyterian* VIRGINIA TECH UNC ASHEVILLE* at WINTHROP* VMI* ELON HIGH POINT* at Coastal Carolina* vs #2 High Point ! vs #3 LIBERTY !

HOME: 3-5-1

Score W 3- 2 L 0- 1 W 1- 0 L 0- 2 T 0- 0 O2 L 0- 2 L 0- 2 L 0- 1 W 3- 1 L 0- 1 T 2- 2 O2 W 3- 0 L 0- 2 T 1- 1 O2 L 1- 3 W 4- 3 L 0- 2

AWAY: 1-3-2 Overall 1- 0- 0 1- 1- 0 2- 1- 0 2- 2- 0 2- 2- 1 2- 3- 1 2- 4- 1 2- 5- 1 3- 5- 1 3- 6- 1 3- 6- 2 4- 6- 2 4- 7- 2 4- 7- 3 4- 8- 3 5- 8- 3 4- 9- 3

NEUTRAL: 1-1-0 Big South 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 1 0- 1- 1 0- 1- 1 0- 2- 1 0- 2- 1 0- 3- 1 0- 3- 2 1- 3- 2 1- 3- 2 1- 3- 3 1- 4- 3 1- 4- 3 1- 4- 3

ATTEND. 234 179 350 250 503 100 1683 328 2000 250 238 185 217 175 175 220 125

* Denotes Big South Conference Opponent ! Denotes Big South Conference Tournament

2009 Big South Conference Men’s Soccer Final Standings Team Record Pct Coastal Carolina 5-0-3 .812 High Point 5-1-2 .750 Liberty 4-2-2 .625 Winthrop 4-2-2 .625 Gardner-Webb 4-3-1 .562 Presbyterian 2-4-2 .375 UNC Asheville 2-5-1 .312 Radford 1-4-3 .312 1-7-0 .125 VMI

Big South Home Away Neut. Streak Record Pct 3-0-1 2-0-2 0-0 W5 9-2-7 .694 3-1-1 2-0-1 0-0 W1 9-7-2 .556 3-0-1 1-2-1 0-0 W1 12-5-3 .675 2-2-2 2-1 0-0 L2 11-6-4 .619 2-1-1 2-2 0-0 W2 8-6-3 .559 2-1-1 0-3-1 0-0 W2 3-11-2 .250 0-3-1 2-2 0-0 W1 6-12-2 .350 1-2-1 0-2-2 0-0 L1 5-9-3 .382 1-3 0-4-0 0-0 L6 2-15-1 .139

Overall Home Away Neut. Streak 4-0-4 4-1-2 1-1 U14 3-2-1 5-2-1 1-3 L2 7-0-1 2-3-2 3-2 L1 5-2-1 3-4-1 3-0 L1 5-2-2 3-3-1 0-1 U2 3-2-2 0-7-0 0-1 W1 2-4-2 4-6-0 0-2 L1 3-5-1 1-3-2 1-1 L1 2-3-1 0-11 0-0 L7

2009 Big South Men’s Soccer All-Conference Teams FIRST TEAM F - Skonicki, Winthrop F - Gerard Hefferon, Gardner-Webb F- Darren Amoo, Liberty MF - Djamel Bekka, Coastal Carolina MF - Stephen Nsereko, Winthrop MF - Michael Luk, Winthrop MF - Shawn Sloan, High Point D - Alex Russell, Coastal Carolina D - Michael Ward, Liberty D - Jovan Ivanovich, Gardner-Webb D - Chris Mandell, Liberty GK - Scott Angevine, Coastal Carolina At Large - Matt Tuttle, High Point SECOND TEAM F - Tim Bullock, Liberty F - Brian Bartels, UNC Asheville F - Fejiro Okiomah, High Point MF - Romeo Kabanda, Gardner-Webb MF - Matt Schroeder, Coastal Carolina MF - James Stapleton, Coastal Carolina MF - Chris Phillips, Liberty D - Daniel DiBiagio, Winthrop D - Jon Ole Reinhardsen, Gardner-Webb D - Ayao Sossou, VMI D - Todd Ray, High Point GK - A.J. Madero, Liberty At Large - Myles Jones, Radford

All-Freshman Team Luis Faz, Coastal Carolina Sean McCormick, Coastal Carolina John Sargent, Gardner-Webb Shawn Sloan, High Point Fejiro Okiomah, High Point Myles Jones, Radford James Jordan, Radford Patrick Donahue, High Point Enrique Miranda, Winthrop Daniel DiBiagio, Winthrop (Tie) David Parra, UNC Asheville (Tie) Zachery Odum, UNC Asheville

Player of the Year Djamel Bekka, Coastal Carolina Freshman of the Year Shawn Sloan, High Point Coach of the Year Dustin Fonder, High Point Scholar-Athlete of the Year Trent Kozman, Gardner-Webb

All-Academic Team Trent Kozman, Gardner-Webb Juan Guzman, Liberty Adam Hatem, High Point Matt Horn, Winthrop Sam Eastridge, Presbyterian Justin Zimmer, Radford Sonny Landry, VMI Jake Hagedorn, UNC Asheville Robert Hunter, Coastal Carolina

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All-Time Roster AAA

ADAMS, Paul ADEYEMI, Mike ADOLPH, Rob AKERS, Neil ALLEN, Bo ANDERSON, Greg ANSON, Josh AQUINO, Ian ARBOLEDA, Fabian ARKON, Steve AVENDANO, Jose AWOSIKA, Iyiola

BBB

BACHARACH BAKER, Chris BARRETT, Chris BARRY, John BARTMAN, Adam BAXTER, Joe BENNETT, Matt BENTLEY, Wayne BERGER, Michael BERRANG, Matthias BEST, Paul BISHOP, Chris BOND, Dustin BORJESSON, Richard BOUKER, Pete BOURNE, Chris BOYD, Michael BRADY, Lee BREGSTROM, Nick BRESLUER, Rob BROADBENT, Troy BROWN, Camden BROWN, Jeff BRUCEY, Eric BRUCE, Brian BRUMBAUGH, Robert BRYANT, Justin BURKE, Joe BUTCHER, Nick BUTLER, Shane BUZZALINO, Franco

1992 1984-87 1991-94 1989-92 2005-06 2008-09 1993 1979 1976-79 1990-91 1978 2008 1999-00 1991-92 1984-86 1984-86 1993, 1995 1992-93 1998 1998-99 1990-93 2007-09 1984-85, 1988, 1991 1996 1980-81 1981 1984-86 1999 1997-98 2008 2009

CCC

CADENA, Luis CARDOZO, Angel CARUSO, Paul CARTER, Ron CASEY, Lance CASTILLEJO, Bill CATON, Ryan CAVE, Bill CAZALOT, Brian CHAVES, Phil CHAVEZ, Manuel CHOMEAU, John CLARK, Bo CLUBB, Mark COLAS, Patrick COLEMAN, Dave COLLANTES, Cesar CONLIN, Mark COOLEY, Devan COSSABOON, Dave COX, Dexter CRESPIN, Jorge .

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1988 1999-00 1987-88 1976-77 2000-01, 2003 1999 1997 2007-09 1997-98 1987-90 1994-95 2008-09

2002-05 1997-98 2005-07 1979-81 1985-86 1996-99 1998-01 1979 1995 2001 2006-09 1978-79 1992, 1996 1990-91 2003-05 1976 1977 1992 2005-06, 2008 1988-89 1994 1990

CROWDER, Mark CROWDER, Mike CUSTER, Keith

DDD

D’AMATO, Pier DALTON, Brad DARDEN, Keith DELPINO, Jeremy DeMAIO, Jason DENNIS, Joey DeSARNO, Mike DEWITT, Jason DIESEL, Bert DOPP, Mike DRAMBY, Mike DROUIN, Sacha DUPONT, Kevin DURAN, Alfredo DURAN, Edwin DYKSTRA, Chris

EEE

EAGON, Brian EATON, T.J. ECK, Keith ELIMBI, Franklin ELLIS, Mark EMBLETON ERCOLAND, Robby ESSEY, Andrew FINCK, Justin FINDLAY, Jody FISHER FOSU, Jon FRIAS, Jonathan FUENTES, Ben FUGATE, Hunter

FFF

GGG

GADELHA, Ed GEALT, Kevin . GEORGE, Thomas GERBER, Billy GERSTAIN, Ethan GILMORE, Greg GINSBURG, Mike GOYER, J.P. GRABHAM GRAY, Dax GRECO, Mike GREY, Dax GRIGGS, Bruce GRINSFELDER, Garrett GROVER, Suneel GUNSON, Dennis GVOZDAS, Jason GWANZURA, Brian HADDAD, Jamal HANCE, Scott HANDLIN, Mike HANLEY, Chris HANSON, Matt HARIG, Mike HARPULA, David HARVES, John HASAN

HHH

1999, 2001-02 2000 1981 1994 1997-98 1989-90 2006-08 1991 2009 1987-88 1988 1983, 85 1983-86 1999-00 1995-98 1979, 1981 1977-1980 1978-1981 2006 1986-89 2009 1990-91 2006-07 1990-91 1993 1978-79 2000-03 1990 1986 1989 1999-02 1999-00 2009 2008 1988 1991-95 2009 1983-85 2003 1981 1995-98 1984-85 1989 1999 1977 1997 1987-89 1997 1996 1978-1981 1995-98 2009 1978-79 1997-00 2009 1993-94 1998 1985 2002-05 1977-79 1996

HATCHER, Lucas HEISCHER, Cannon HELLING, Jason HENDERSON, Che HENRY, Fran HERNANDEZ, Andrea HERNANDEZ, Geraldo HOOKER, Jonathan HOWES, Peter HUDSON, Ryan HUGHES, Patrick HURLEY, Jon HUSADZINOVIC, Davori

III

IANDOLO, Will IHNAINEN, Harri INFANTE, Kenny

JJJ

2008 1996-97 2000 1992-95 1984-86 2002-05 1999-02 2000-02 1976 1991 1992, 1994 1981, 1983 2006-07 1978-79 1987-88 2000

JEFFERSON, Corey JELINS, Carl JENKINS, Taylor JENKS, J.P. JOHNSON, Sean JONES JONES, Myles JONES, Randy JORDAN, James JOSEPH, Emmanuel

1999- 01 2004-07 2004-07 1981 2003-04 1996 2009 1979-81 2009 2007-08

KAUFFMAN KEE, Willie KEESEE, Dustin KEILLER, Whitney KELLY, Kevin . KING, Brent KUHLA, Mike .

1992 1985-86 1998 1989-92 1996-97 1984 1987

KKK

LLL

LAKATOS, Gerald LANGER, Chris LASLIE, Charlie LAULER, Mike LEA, Greg LEE, Chris LEIGH, Nicholas LEITH, James LEVESKI, Tyler LEWIS, Andre LILLARD, Tom LILLARD, Tom LINK, Joe LISANTI, Tony LODGE, Rick LONG, Chad LONG, Scott LONGSWORTH, Ted LUKEZIC, Jim LYNCH, Brian

1992-94 1979-81 1978-79 1977-80 1995-96 2007-08 2005-06 2007-09 2004-07 1999-02 1976-77 1980-85 1976 1997-98 1994-95 1995-96 1978 1981 1996 1992-93

MACBRIEN, Trevor MACIAS, Aldo MADDOX, Jimmy MAGNUSSON, John MAHAN MAJEWSKI, Doug MAJEWSKI, Jeff MANN, Timmy

2004-07 2008-09 2006 1988-91 1989 1987-90 1988-91 1977-81

MMM


All-Time Roster MAPP, Stephen MARTENSSON, Leif MAUDIRE, Romain McCARTHY, Greg McCRARY, Josh McINTIRE, Jim McMAHON, Pat MERRILL, Mark METZGER, Randy MILLS, Carter MITCHELSON, Wister MONTAGNE, Joe MORTON, Lee

2004-05 1991 2004 1983-84 2007-08 1981-83 1987 2003 1976-77 2008-09 1990 1984-85 1993-96

NACE, Brian NEGRON, RAMON NGYEN, Thai NICHOLAS, Jeffrey

1976-77 2004-06 1984, 88 1999-03

NNN

OOO

O’HARA, Walter ODUM, Jon OGBURN, Corey OLNHAUSEN, Jeff ORGETAS, Dino OSTERBERGER, Mark OWENS, Chris OWENS, Phil

1984 1998-99 2001-04 1986 1994-95 1989, 1991-92 1996 1984

PAHL, Adam PARVIN, Eric PATRICIO, Daryn PAYNE, Anthony PEARSON, Nate PEAY, Sean PEREZ-COSTA, Alfredo PERKOVICH, Graham PERTL, Chris PETERS, Mitch PETERSON, Justin PETTIT, Chris PFEFFER, Mike PHAM, Trung PHILLIPS, Bret PHILLIPS, Greg PHIMMASONE, Anoput POIRIER, Greg PRICE, Ben PRUETT, Miles PYLE, Adrea

2001-05 1988 2006-09 2009 2000-03 1987-90 2000-02 1991-92 2004, 2006 1998 2001-03 1996 1986 1984-85 1977 1976 1984 1976-78 2002 1983-85 1990-91

PPP

RRR

RAMOS, Fernando RAMQUIST, Magnus RARUS, Eric RAVNIK, Ivo REID, Erin RICE, Jimmy RIDGELY, Reg ROBBINS, David ROBLES ROLFING, T.J. ROMERO, Armando RONDEAU, Frederick ROOF, Byran . ROSIO, Dan ROSZEL, Zach ROWE, Taylor RUANO, Eric

2002-05 1986-89 1995 1975 1991-92 1993 1981 1995 1989 1999-02 2004-05 1989-92 2000 1987 2006-08 2003-06 1994-97

RUTLEDGE, Nick RYAN, Tim

SSS

SAHAGAN, Rick SALOP, Mark SALOP, Mike SANSBURY, Joseph SAVOPOULOS, Savos SCHULTZ, Dan SCOTT, Ryan SEYLER, Dan SHAFFER, Brendan SHEALLY, Bennie SHEPHERD, Richard SHEPPARD, Willie SHERIDAN, Fiachra SHERRILL, Brian SHULTZ, Steve SIGURDSON, Eric SIMMS, Josh SISSON, Brad SLATE, Mike SMETANICK, Pete SMITH, Garney SMITH, John SMITH, Jonathan SMITH, Marc . SNELL, Adrian SOHULIE, Steve SOKOLIK, Erik . SOLDEVILLA, John SPOONER, Ian SPRINGER, Darryl STACHLER, Bill . STANNARD, David STEPHENS, William STEVENS, Dan STINNETT, Rob STINNETT, Ryan STONER, Seth

TTT

1987 1976 1976 2002 2001 2004-07 1976 1992 1994 1976 2007-09 1992 1993-96 1986-87 1992-93 1976 1976 1984-87 2005-06 1996-97 1994 2007 1978-80 1977-79 2003-06 2002-03 2001-03 1978 2000-03 1987 1991-92, 1994-95 1990-93 1984-86 2004 1998 2002-04 1993 2009 2002-03

TAMM, Andrew TAYLOR, Kevin TAYLOR, Ryan TERNE, Kevin TETTERNER, Sean THOMAS, Dan THOMSEN, Robert THOMSEN, Will THORSEN, Harper TIERNEY, John TORRES, Tommy TRIABLE, Preston TROIANA TURPIN, Shawn

2002 1985-86 2008-09 1996-97 1993-94 1978-80 2006-09 2003-07 2001-02 1992-95 1994-95 1976 1989 1989

UDY, Brian

1984-85

UUU VVV

VALENCIA, Allen VEAL, Richard VON ESSEN, Mike

1985-86 1993, 1995-96 1999-02

WALES, Patrick WALKER WALTZ, Chris WARD WASHBURN, Scott

1999-02 1990 1998-00, 2002 1989 1985

WWW

WASHINGTON, Dante . WASHINGTON, Troy WERNER, Chris WHITE, John WHITE, Stephen WILLIAMS, John WILLIAMS, Kevin WILSON, Craig WILSON, Jay WILSON, Teddy WINSTEAD, Mike WISSAR, Edward WYZKOSKI, Joe

1988-92 1996-98 2005-08 1978-81 1983-86 1996 1989-90 2007 1976 1987-90 1999-02 1994-95 1985-87

YAGER, CHRIS YOUNG, Joe YOUNG, Tommy

1994 1995-97 1994-95

YYY ZZZ

ZEBALLOS, Sammy ZIMMER, Justin ZIMMERMAN, Derek ZINOVEEV, Omar

2008 2006-09 1994-97 2003-05

Justin Zimmer was named Big South Freshman of the Year in 2006.

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1999 NCAA Team RADFORD UPSETS LIBERTY 4-3 IN SHOOTOUT FOR BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP CONWAY, S.C. -- Scott Hance scored the game-winning penalty kick and sixth-seeded Radford stunned top-seeded Liberty, 4-3 in penalty kicks, to claim the 1999 Big South Men’s Soccer Tournament crown hosted by Coastal Carolina. With the win, the Highlanders advance to their first-ever NCAA Tournament, where they will take on Southern Conference Champion Furman, in a play-in game. The match, which was played at Coastal Carolina Soccer Stadium, officially ended in a 0-0 tie after 150 minutes and four overtime periods. Radford’s Jonathan Frias opened the shootout by putting the ball into the bottom left corner. Derek Avilez tied (1-1) the shootout for Liberty with a blast that found the top left corner of the net. Following Ryan Caton’s goal into the top right corner for Radford, the Flames’ Troy McLean hit the frame giving the Highlanders a 2-1 advantage with three kicks remaining for each team. T.J. Rolfing of Radford and Liberty’s Jason Streets exchanged goals before the Highlanders’ Chris Waltz gave the regular season champs an opportunity to tie the session when his attempt sailed high. Jose Gomez took advantage of the opportunity and tied the match at 3-3 as he place the ball past a diving Dean Short. Radford’s Scott Hance gave his squad a 4-3 lead with a shot into the bottom right corner. Hance’s goal proved the be the difference maker as Liberty’s Chris Verdi hit the left post with the shootouts final try. The 150 minutes of play was just as even as the shootout as Liberty finished with a 14-13 edge in shots. Both teams had many chances to score, but the goalkeepers turned in solid performances to keep the match scoreless. Liberty’s Short posted five saves, while Radford’s Greg Anderson, who made five saves in net, was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Radford’s 1999 team was the lowest seed to win a Big South Conference Tournament of any kind.

1999

Big South Championship (11/7) at Liberty - T, 0-0 4 OT (4-3 PKs) NCAA Tournament Play-In (11/13) at Furman - L, 0-1 November 13, 1999 | Stone Stadium, Greenville, S.C. Radford (5-11-4) 0 0 0 Furman (19-1-1) 0 1 1 Scoring: Furman - Goldsmith (Hill, Nusum) 45:26 Shots: RU - 4, FU - 6; Corner Kicks: RU - 3, FU - 2; Saves: RU - 1, FU - 0; Fouls: RU 16, FU 14

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2000 NCAA Team

RADFORD WINS SECOND STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE WITH 2-0 WIN OVER ELON

LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Midnight struck on the Cinderella Run of eighth-seeded Elon as secon-seeded Radford captured its second straight Big South Men’s Soccer Championship with a 2-0 victory at the Liberty Soccer Field on November 4. With the win, the Highlanders improve to 12-9-0, while advancing to their second straight NCAA Tournament. Radford scored the game’s first goal in the ninth minute when Jonathan Hooker played a ball into the middle of the box to T.J. Rolfing, who settled the pass and blasted a shot past Elon keeper Scott Wahl from about 10 yards out. The Highlanders’ extended their advantage just prior to intermission when Jonathan Frias headed home Mike Von Essen corner kick with just over 10 minutes to play in the opening frame. Elon, which attempted six of its seven shots in the second half, failed to put an attempt on frame as Radford’s Andrew Essey recorded his second shutout of the season without having to make a save. The Highlanders finished with a 16-6 advantage in shots, including a 6-3 margin in corner kicks. Despite the setback, Wahl turned in a game-high seven saves for the Phoenix. Radford placed five on the all-tournament team, including Frias, who was named Most Valuable Player.

2000

Big South Championship (11/4) at Elon - W, 2-0 NCAA Tournament Play-In (11/12) at Furman - L, 0-2 November 12, 2000 | Stone Stadium, Greenville, S.C. Radford (12-10-0) 0 0 0 Furman (17-3-2) 1 1 2 Scoring: Furman - Tanner (Raad, Junot) 3:23 Furman - Nusum (unassisted) 77:06 Shots: RU - 7, FU - 14; Corner Kicks: RU - 1, FU - 4; Saves: RU - 6, FU - 3; Fouls: RU 18, FU 10

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Honors & Awards All-America

FIRST TEAM Dante Washington

Big South All-Freshman

1990

Big South Player of the Year Ian Spooner Dante Washington Troy Washington

1994, 1995 1991 1998

NCAA Post-Grad Scholarship

Patrick Colas

2005

Second Team Mike Adeyemi Iyiola Awosika Chris Barrett Ryan Canton Angel Cardozo Paul Caruso Patrick Colas Brian Eagon Kevin Gealt Scott Hance Davorin Husadzinovic Doug Majewski Lee Morton Joe Odum T.J. Rolfing Zach Roszel Richard Shepherd Erik Sokolik Adrian Snell Kevin Terne Michael Von Essen Troy Washington Edwardo Wissar Joe Young Justin Zimmer

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2008 2007 2006 2003 2003 2004

Freshman of the Year

Justin Zimmer Iyiola Awosika

2006 2008

Big South All-Tournament

All-Conference

First Team Chris Baker Paul Caruso Mike DeSamo Sacha Drouin Franklin Elimbi Jon Fosu Jonathan Frias Jason Gvozdas Scott Hance Che Henderson Kevin Kelly Jeff Majewski Graham Perkovich Magnus Ramquist T.J. Rolfing Frederic Rondeau Taylor Rowe Ian Spooner Dante Washington Troy Washington Stephen White Edwardo Wissar Omar Zinoveev

Iyiola Awosika James Leith Daryn Patricio Taylor Rowe Jonathan Smith David Stannard

1987 2007 1987 1998 2006, 2007 2001, 2002 2000 1998 2000 1995 1997 1988-91 1991, 1992 1987 2001 1989, 1991 2005, 2006 1994, 1995 1988-92 1998 1985, 1986 1995 2004, 2005 1999 2008 1994 2001 1998 2006 2003-05 1987 1994, 1995 1998 2007 1987 1994, 1996 1999 2000, 2002 2006 1996 2003 2003 1997 2002 1996, 1997 1994 1997 2008

Kevin Kelly Greg Anderson Ryan Canton Angel Cardazo Paul Caruso David Cossaboon Mike DeSamo Sacha Drouin Jon Fosu Jonathan Frias Billy Gerber Scott Hance Geraldo Hernandez Davorin Husadzinovic Whitney Keiller Kevin Kelly Doug Majewski Jeff Majewski Josh McCrary Lee Morton Sean Peay T.J. Rolfing Jonathan Smith Adrian Snell Ian Spooner Kevin Terne John Tierney Michael Von Essen Chris Waltz Dante Washington Troy Washington Stephen White

1995 1999 2001 1997 2007 1988 1987 1996 2001 1999, 2000 1984, 1985 1999 2000 2007 1989 1997 1988 1988, 1989, 1991 2007 1996 1988 1999, 2000, 2002 2004 2003 1991 1996 1994 2000 2002 1988 1998 1984-86

Big South Tournament MVP

Jeff Majewski Greg Anderson Jonathan Frias

1988 1999 2000

NSCAA Scholar All-America

Todd Rolfing Omar Zinoveez

2001, 2002 2005

Ian Spooner, who ranks second behind Dante Washington in just about every major statistical category in school history, was named Big South Player of the Year in 1994 and 1995.


Retired Jersey DANTE WASHINGTON w 1988-92

The most decorated player in Radford and Big South men’s soccer history, Dante Washington (1988-92) turned in a Radford career unlike any other player before or since. The Big South highlighted his achievements in its countdown of the conference’s top 25 moments, teams and people in celebration of its 25th anniversary. • As a freshman in 1988, Washington led the Highlanders to the Big South Tournament championship with a school-record 27 goals scored and 22 assists for a Big South single-season record 76 points – a Conference record that still stands today. • The all-conference selection also led the nation in scoring in 1988. • Washington missed the 1989 season due to a broken ankle, but came back in 1990 and picked up where he left off as he tallied 23 goals and 18 assists for 64 total points to again lead all of NCAA Division I in scoring. • In 1991, Washington led the Highlanders to a school-best 15-4-2 overall record and the regular season Big South championship. He was voted Big South Player of the Year after leading the league in scoring for the third time, and his 16 goals and 14 assists for 46 points made him the Big South’s all-time leading goal scorer and point scorer during that season. • He became Radford University’s first Division I consensus First-Team AllAmerican in 1991 and was also Virginia’s State Player of the Year. • Washington also participated on the U.S. U-23 team in 1991 and became the first African-American to score a goal for the U.S. National Team. • In the summer of 1992 he played for the U.S. Olympic Men’s Soccer Team at the Barcelona Olympic Games, where he led the team with six goals in qualifying action. • Washington concluded his collegiate career later that fall with 13 goals and 11 assists in his senior season to finish his brilliant career with 82 goals scored, 66 assists and 230 total points – all Radford and Big South Conference records. His 82 goals scored still rank second all-time in NCAA history. • Following his Radford career he spent eight seasons in Major League Soccer with the Columbus Crew (1996, 2000-05), FC Dallas (1996-99) and Real Salt Lake (2005) scoring 52 goals and dishing out 30 assists in 170 games. • A two-time MLS all-star (1997, 2000), Washington is fifth all-time on the Crew’s goal scoring list. (Biographical information courtesy of Mark Simpson, Big South Conference)

1988-92

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Record Books Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Coach Spencer Smith Don Staley Tom Lillard John Harves Ivo Ravnik Peter Howes Marc Reeves

Season By Season Results

Coach Ivo Ravnik Peter Howes John Harves John Harves John Harves Tom Lillard Tom Lillard Tom Lillard Tom Lillard Tom Lillard Tom Lillard Don Staley Don Staley Don Staley Don Staley Don Staley Don Staley Don Staley Don Staley Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith Spencer Smith

Overall 3-9-0 3-10-1 8-7-0 10-3-3 11-6-1 8-4-3 8-7-2 4-12-0 7-9-0 10-10-0 10-9-2 9-9-1 9-7-3 12-7-5 13-6-3 15-8-0 15-4-2 8-11-0 4-13-3 11-7-2 11-5-3 10-10-1 11-8-1 11-4-3 5-11-4 12-10-0 4-14-0 7-12-1 8-9-2 7-6-4 8-9-0 8-6-4 11-9-0 7-10-2 5-9-3 303-280-59

All-Time Coaching Records Years (Total) 1994-2009 (15) 1986-93 (8) 1980-85 (6) 1977-79 (3) 1975 (1) 1976 (1) 2010-

BIG SOUTH N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2-2-0 5-1-0 6-3-0 5-1-0 5-1-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 6-0-0 4-3-0 3-4-2 6-2-0 4-2-1 4-3-0 4-2-0 5-0-1 2-4-1 4-3-0 3-4-0 3-3-1 2-4-1 3-3-1 5-2-0 4-1-2 3-3-0 3-4-1 1-4-3 100-63-14

Record 129-129-28 85-65-17 47-51-7 29-16-4 3-9-0 3-10-1 0-0-0

Team/Individual Game Records

INDIVIDUAL Goals Scored 6 Dante Washington vs. Atlantic Christian, 10/22/88, vs. UMES, 9/9/90 Most Assists 4 Dante Washington vs. Augusta, 10/15/88 Most Points 15 Dante Washington vs. Atlantic Christian, 10/22/88, vs. UMES, 9/9/90 Most Shots 16 Magnus Ramquist vs. Atl. Christian, 10/22/88 Most Saves 21 Frederic Rondeau at Boca Raton, 10/13/89 TEAM Most Goals Scored 15 Most Assists 11 Most Shots Taken 59 Most Goals Allowed 8

Twice, last vs. UMES (9/9/90) vs. Atlantic Christian, 10/22/88 vs. Atlantic Christian, 10/22/88 Three times

Miscellaneous Records

Most Wins Most Losses Most Ties Consecutive Wins Consecutive Wins Consecutive Home Wins Most Consecutive Losses Most Goals Scored Fewest Goals Scored Most Goals Allowed Fewest Goals Allowed Fewest Goals Scored Most Assists Most Shots Most Shutouts Most Times Shutout Consecutive Shutouts Consecutive Times Shutout Consecutive Games Scoring

15 (1990, 1991) 13 (1993) 5 (1989) 8 (1991) 9 (1988-89) 11(9/2/07-10/3/08) 11 (1976) 71 (1988) 16 (1982) 49 (1992) 16 (1979) 16 (1982) 60 (1988) 518 (1989) 10 (1991) 8 (1993) 4 (1979) 3 (1993, 2008) 21 (1977-78)

The 2007 Highlanders was part of a school record 11 consecutive home victories.

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Team Season Points 1. 226 (71g 84a) 2. 189 (70g 49a) 3. 168 (60g 48a) 4. 166 (59g 48a) 5. 151 (53g 45a) 6. 147 (53g 41a) 7. 133 (48g 37a) 8. 123 (43g 37a) 9. 120 (41g 38a) 10. 116 (43g 30a)

YEAR 1988 1990 1991 1989 1995 1994 1987 2000 2002 1985

Assists Per Game 1. 3.50 (24 games) 2. 2.37 (19 games) 3. 2.29 (21 games) 4. 2.18 (22 games) 5. 2.13 (23 games) 6. 2.05 (20 games) 7. 1.95 (19 games) 8. 1.90 (20 games) 9. 1.68 (22 games) 10. 1.47 (19 games)

Year 1988 1995 1991 1989 1990 1994 1987 2002 2000 2003

PK Attempts 1. 6 2. 3 3 4. 2 2 2 2 8. 1 1 1

Points PER GAME 1. 9.42 (24 games) 2. 8.22 (23 games) 3. 8.00 (21 games) 4. 7.95 (19 games) 5. 7.55 (22 games) 6. 7.35 (20 games) 7. 7.00 (19 games) 8. 6.00 (20 games) 9. 5.74 (19 games) 10. 5.59 (22 games)

YEAR 1988 1990 1991 1995 1989 1994 1987 2002 1986 2000

Shots Attempted 1. 518 (59 goals) 2. 448 (71 goals) 3. 416 (70 goals) 4. 344 (53 goals) 5. 334 (60 goals) 6. 306 (53 goals) 7. 294 (42 goals) 8. 281 (33 goals) 9. 280 (41 goals) 10. 268 (43 goals)

Year 1989 1988 1990 1994 1991 1995 1986 2003 1984 1985

Saves 1. 151 (31 GA) 2. 138 (26 GA) 3. 128 (34 GA) 4. 125 (45 GA) 5. 115 (41 GA) 6. 104 (49 GA) 7. 103 (49 GA) 8. 98 (40 GA) 9. 97 (33 GA) 10. 94 (22 GA)

Year 1988 1989 1986 1993 1984 1992 2002 1985 1997 2004

Saves Per Game 1. 6.74 (19 games) 2. 6.29 (24 games) 3. 6.27 (22 games) 4. 6.25 (20 games) 5. 5.75 (20 games) 6. 5.53 (17 games) 7. 5.47 (19 games) 8. 5.15 (20 games) 9. 4.85 (20 games) 10. 4.83 (18 games)

Year 1986 1988 1989 1993 1984 2004 1992 2002 1997 2001

Goals 1. 71 2. 70 3. 60 4. 59 5. 53 53 7. 48 8. 43 43 10. 42

Goals Per Game 1. 3.04 (23 games) 2. 2.96 (24 games) 3. 2.86 (21 games) 4. 2.79 (19 games) 5. 2.68 (22 games) 6. 2.65 (20 games) 7. 2.53 (19 games) 8. 2.21 (19 games) 9. 2.06 (18 games) 10. 2.05 (20 games) 2.05 (20 games) Assists 1. 84 2. 49 3. 48 48 5. 45 6. 41 7. 38 8. 37 37 10. 30

Shots Per Game Year 1989 1. 23.55 (22 games) 2. 18.67 (24 games) 1988 3. 18.09 (23 games) 1990 4. 17.20 (20 games) 1994 1995 5. 16.11 (19 games) 6. 15.90 (21 games) 1991 7. 15.47 (19 games) 1986 2003 8. 14.79 (19 games) 9. 14.17 (18 games) 2006 1984 10. 14.00 (20 games)

Year 1988 1990 1991 1989 1994 1995 1987 2000 1985 1986

Year 1988 1990 1989 1991 1995 1994 2002 1987 2000 1985

Year 1990 1988 1991 1995 1989 1994 1987 1986 1998 1984 2002

Shots on Goal 1. 136 (37 goals) 2. 129 (33 goals) 3. 97 (24 goals) 4. 84 (15 goals) 5. 83 (16 goals) 6. 69 (18 goals)

Year 1998 2003 2007 2001 2008 2009

SOG 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Year 1998 2003 2007 2001 2008 2009

Per Game 7.56 (18 games) 6.79 (19 games) 4.85 (20 games) 4.67 (18 games) 4.37 (19 games) 4.06 (17 games)

PK Made 1. 4 2. 3 3 4. 2 2 6. 1 1 1

Year 2006 2003 2007 2001 1998 2009 1999 2008

Year 2006 2003 2007 2001 2009 1999 1998 2002 2004 2008

Shutouts Year 1. 8 1990 2. 7 1994 3. 6 1989 4. 5 2002 5 1996 5 1991 5 2003 5 2007 5 2006 5 1988 Games 1. 24 2. 23 3. 22 22 5. 21 21 21 8. 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Year 1988 1990 1989 2000 1985 1996 1991 2007 1999 2002 1994 1997 1993 1984

Save Percentange Year 1. .841 (26 GA, 138 saves) 1989 2. .830 (31 GA, 151 saves) 1988 3. .810 (22 GA, 94 saves) 2004 4. .790 (34 GA, 128 saves) 1986 5. .789 (20 GA, 75 saves) 2008 6. .786 (25 GA, 92 saves) 1990 7. .775 (23 GA, 79 saves) 2006 8. .761 (27 GA, 86 saves) 1996 9. .757 (26 GA, 81 saves) 1995 10. .752 (28 GA, 85 saves) 2007 Goals Against AvG. Year 1. 1.02 (20 GA, 1760 min) 2008 2. 1.08 (25 GA, 2090 min) 1990 3. 1.11 (26 GA, 2108 min) 1989 4. 1.19 (23 GA, 1740 min) 1998 5. 1.21 (23 GA, 1713 min) 2006 6. 1.22 (22 GA, 1620 min) 2004 7. 1.22 (31 GA, 2280 min) 1988 8. 1.23 (27 GA, 1980 min) 1996 9. 1.25 (28 GA, 2010 min) 1991 10. 1.35 (28 GA, 1869 min) 2007

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Individual Season Points 1. Dante Washington 2. Dante Washington 3. Ian Spooner 4. Dante Washington 5. T.J. Rolfing 6. Magnus Ramquist 7. Jeff Majewski 8. Magnus Ramquist 9. Ian Spooner 10. Dante Washington

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G 27 23 20 16 19 13 16 15 16 13

A 22 18 9 14 5 16 9 9 6 11

Pts 76 64 49 46 43 42 41 39 38 37

Year 1988 1990 1995 1991 2002 1988 1990 1987 1991 1992

Points Per Game 3.17 1. Dante Washington (24 Games) 2. Dante Washington (23 Games) 2.78 3. Ian Spooner (19 Games) 2.58 4. Dante Washington (21 Games) 2.19 5. T.J. Rolfing (20 Games) 2.15 6. Dante Washington (18 Games) 2.06 7. Magnus Ramquist (19 Games) 2.05 8. Troy Washington (18 Games) 1.94 9. Magnus Ramquist (23 Games) 1.83 10. Ian Spooner (21 Games) 1.81

Year 1988 1990 1995 1991 2002 1992 1987 1998 1988 1991

Goals 27 1. Dante Washington 2. Dante Washington 20 3. Ian Spooner 20 4. T.J. Rolfing 19 16 5. Jeff Majewski Dante Washington 16 Ian Spooner 16 16 Ian Spooner 9. Magnus Ramquist 15 15 Stephen White

YEAR 1988 1990 1995 2002 1990 1991 1994 1991 1987 1985

Goals Per Game 1. Dante Washington (24 Games) 1.12 2. Ian Spooner (19 Games) 1.05 1.00 3. Dante Washington (23 Games) 4. T.J. Rolfing (20 Games) 0.95 5. Ian Spooner (20 Games) 0.80 0.79 6. Magnus Ramquist (19 Games) 7. Troy Washington (18 Games) 0.78 0.76 8. Dante Washington (21 Games) Ian Spooner (21 Games) 0.76 10. Stephen White (20 Games) 0.75

Year 1988 1995 1990 2002 1994 1987 1998 1991 1991 1985

Game-winning goals 4 1. Davori Husadzinovic T.J. Rolfing 4 3. Patrick Colas 3 3 T.J. Rolfing Patrick Colas 3

Year 2007 2002 2003 2001 2004

Assists 1. Dante Washington 22 2. Dante Washington 18 16 3. Magnus Ramquist 4. Dante Washington 14 5. Magnus Ramquist 13 6. Dante Washington 11 Sean Peay 11 10 8. Edward Wissar 9. Ian Spooner 9 Jeff Majewski 9 Magnus Ramquist 9

Year 1988 1990 1988 1991 1989 1992 1988 1994 1995 1990 1987

Assists per game year 1. Dante Washington (24 Games) 0.92 1988 2. Dante Washington (23 Games) 0.78 1990 3. Magnus Ramquist (23 Games) 0.70 1988 4. Dante Washington (21 Games) 0.67 1991 5. Dante Washington (18 Games) 0.61 1992 6. Magnus Ramquist (22 Games) 0.59 1989 7. Chris Waltz (11 Games) 0.55 2002 8. Edward Wissar (20 Games) 0.50 1994 9. Sean Peay (23 Games) 0.48 1988 10. Ian Spooner (19 Games) 0.47 1995 Magnus Ramquist (19 Games) 0.47 1987 Shots attempted year 133 1990 1. Dante Washington (23 Goals) 2. Dante Washington (27 Goals) 120 1988 3. Dante Washington (16 Goals) 108 1991 4. Ian Spooner (16 Goals) 96 1994 5. Ian Spooner (20 Goals) 95 1995 6. Dante Washington (13 Goals) 79 1992 7. Magnus Ramquist (13 Goals) 73 1988 8. Stephen White (11 Goals) 69 1984 9. Jeff Majewski (5 Goals) 63 1989 10. T.J. Rolfing (19 Goals) 62 2002 Shots per game year 1. Dante Washington (23 Games) 5.78 1990 2. Dante Washington (21 Games) 5.14 1991 3. Dante Washington (24 Games) 5.00 1988 5.00 1995 Ian Spooner (19 Games) 5. Ian Spooner (20 Games) 4.80 1994 6. Dante Washington (18 Games) 4.39 1992 3.83 1984 7. Stephen White (18 Games) 8. Magnus Ramquist (23 Games) 3.17 1988 3.16 1987 9. Magnus Ramquist (19 Games) 10. Billy Gerber (17 Games) 3.12 1984 Shots on goal 36 1. Troy Washington (14 Goals) 28 2. Erick Sokolik (6 Goals) 3. Nick Butcher (5 Goals) 24 4. T.J. Rolfing (6 Goals) 21 20 5. Davori Husadzinovic (8 Goals) 6. Patrick Colas (10 Goals) 18 16 7. Iyiola Awosika (6 Goals) 8. Jason Gvozdas (4 Goals) 15 Franklin Elimbi (4 Goals) 15 14 10. James Jordan (3 Goals) Andrea Hernandez (3 Goals) 14

Year 1998 2003 1998 2001 2007 2003 2008 1998 2007 2009 2003

Penalty kicks made year 1. Franklin Elimbi 3 2007 3 2003 Patrick Colas 3. Troy Washington 2 1998 Davori Husadzinovic 2 2006 Penalty kick attempts 1. Franklin Elimbi 3 3 Patrick Colas Davori Husadzinovic 3 4. Troy Washington 2 Ramon Negron 2

Year 2007 2003 2006 1998 2006


Individual Season Saves year 1. Frederick Rondeau (18 GA) 118 1989 2. Justin Bryant (27 GA) 12 1986 3. Frederick Rondeau (25 GA) 91 1990 Omar Zinoveev (22 GA) 89 2004 5. Jeff Brown (11 GA) 85 1988 Sacha Drouin (25 GA) 85 1997 7. Zach Roszel (25 GA) 81 2007 8. Chris Barrett (28 GA) 75 1993 9. Mike DeSarno (32 GA) 74 1987 10. Chris Barrett (20 GA) 72 1994 Sacha Drouin (22 GA) 72 1996 Saves per game 1. Mike DeSarno (10 Games) 2. Justin Bryant (18 Games) 3. Frederick Rondeau (21 Games) 4. Omar Zinoveev (16 Games) 5. Andrew Essey (5 Games) 6. Jeff Brown (18 Games Sacha Drouin (18 Games) 8. Chris Barrett (16 Games) 9. Harper Thorsen (7 Games) 10. Rob Stinnett (6 Games)

6.20 5.67 5.62 5.56 5.20 4.72 4.72 4.69 4.57 4.33

Year 1988 1986 1989 2004 2002 1988 1997 1993 2002 1993

Save percentAGE year 1. Marc Smith (1 GA, 8 Saves) .889 2003 2. Jeff Brown (11 GA, 85 Saves) .885 1988 3. Frederick Rondeau (18 GA, 118 Saves) .868 1989 .821 1984 4. Fran Henry (10 GA, 46 Saves) Zach Roszel (12 GA, 55 Saves) .821 2008 6. Omar Zinoveev (22 GA, 89 Saves) .802 2004 .791 1986 7. Justin Bryant (27 GA, 102 Saves) 8. Fran Henry (7 GA, 26 Saves) .788 1985 .788 1986 Fran Henry (7 GA, 26 Saves) 10. Frederick Rondeau (25 GA, 91 Saves) .784 1990

Most shutouts year 1. Frederick Rondeau 8 1990 2. Chris Barrett 7 1994 3. Frederick Rondeau 6 1989 4. Jeff Brown 5 1988 Sacha Drouin 5 1996 Zach Roszel 5 2007 Frederick Rondeau 5 1991 Zach Roszel 5 2006 9. Sacha Drouin 4 1998 Sacha Drouin 4 1997 Zach Roszel 4 2008 Mike DeSarno 4 1987 Omar Zinoveev 4 2005 Games played year 1. Dante Washington 24 1988 Jeff Majewski 24 1988 Doug Majewski 24 1988 Dave Cossaboon 24 1988 Steve Arkon 24 1988 Brian Eagon 24 1988 7. Doug Majewski 23 1990 Frederick Rondeau 23 1990 Sean Peay 23 1990 John Magnusson 23 1990 Bruce Griggs 23 1988 Teddy Wilson 23 1988 Magnus Ramquist 23 1988 23 1990 Jeff Majewski Dante Washington 23 1990 Mark Ellis 23 1990 23 1988 Sean Peay

Goals against average year 0.70 1988 1. Jeff Brown (11 GA, 1410 Min) 0.79 2003 2. Marc Smith (1 GA, 114 Min) 3. Zach Roszel (12 GA, 1272 Min) 0.85 2008 4. Frederick Rondeau (18 GA, 1840 Min) 0.88 1989 1.10 1990 5. Frederick Rondeau (25 GA, 2050 Min) 6. Fran Henry (7 GA, 565 Min) 1.12 1985 1.12 1996 Sacha Drouin (22 GA, 1763 Min) David Robbins (1 GA, 80 Min) 1.12 1995 9. Fran Henry (10 GA, 790 Min) 1.14 1984 1.14 1991 Frederick Rondeau (22 GA, 1735 Min) Most wins year 11 2007 1. Zach Roszel (11-9-0) 2. Andrew Essey (9-5-0) 9 2000 8 2005 3. Omar Zinoveev (8-5-0) Zach Roszel (8-5-4) 8 2006 5. Zach Roszel (6-6-2) 6 2008 Sacha Drouin (6-2-3) 6 1998 7. Dan Stevens (5-4-2) 5 2003 Omar Zinoveev (5-5-4) 5 2004 5 2009 Ryan Taylor (5-9-3) 10. Andrew Essey (3-8-0) 3 2001 Mike Dramby (3-5-0) 3 2000

Chris Barrett ranks among single-season leaders in saves, saves per game, and shutouts.

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Points G A Pts 1. Dante Washington 82 66 230 2. Ian Spooner 58 42 140 3. Magnus Ramquist 40 41 121 4. T.J. Rolfing 45 16 106 5. Jeff Majewski 35 23 93 6. Stephen White 35 10 80 7. Whitney Keiller 28 16 72 8. Che Henderson 27 15 69 9. Patrick Colas 22 8 52 10. Troy Washington 20 11 51 Points Per Game 1. Dante Washington (88 Games) 2.61 2. Ian Spooner (74 Games) 1.89 3. Magnus Ramquist (77 Games) 1.57 4. Billy Gerber (17 Games) 1.47 5. Stephen White (55 Games) 1.45 6. T.J. Rolfing (79 Games) 1.34 7. Jeff Majewski (89 Games) 1.04 8. Kevin Kelly (38 Games) 1.00 Patrick Colas (52 Games) 1.00 Leif Martensson (20 Games) 1.00

YearS 1988-92 1991-95 1986-89 1999-2002 1988-91 1984-86 1989-92 1992-95 2003-05 1996-98

Assists per game yearS 1. Dante Washington (88 Games) 0.75 1988-92 2. Magnus Ramquist (77 Games) 0.53 1986-89 3. Edward Wissar (38 Games) 0.39 1994-95 4. Kenny Ifante (17 Games) 0.35 2000 5. Ian Spooner (74 Games) 0.32 1991-95 6. Erick Sokolik (19 Games) 0.32 2003 7. Leif Martensson (20 Games) 0.30 1991 8. Billey Gerber (17 Games) 0.29 1984 9. Bert Diesel (21 Games) 0.29 1985 10. Rick Lodge (32 Games) 0.28 1994-95

YearS 1988-92 1991-95 1986-89 1984 1984-86 1999-2002 1988-91 1996-97 2003-05 1991

Shots attempted yearS 1. Dante Washington 453 1988-92 2. Ian Spooner 286 1991-95 3. Jeff Majewski 218 1988-91 Magnus Ramquist 218 1986-89 5. T.J. Rolfing 203 1999-2002 6. Stephen White 166 1984-86 7. Che Henderson 163 1992-95 8. Whitney Keiller 158 1989-92 9. Sean Peay 134 1987-90 10. Doug Majewski 127 1987-90

Goals 82 1. Dante Washington 2. Ian Spooner 58 3. T.J. Rolfing 45 4. Magnus Ramquist 40 35 5. Jeff Majewski Stephen White 35 7. Whitney Keiller 28 27 8. Che Henderson 9. Patrick Colas 22 20 10. Troy Washington

YEARS 1988-92 1991-95 1999-2002 1986-89 1988-91 1984-86 1989-92 1992-95 2003-05 1996-98

Goals Per Game 0.93 1. Dante Washington (88 Games) 2. Ian Spooner (74 Games) 0.78 0.64 3. Stephen White (55 Games) 4. Billey Gerber (17 Games) 0.59 5. T.J. Rolfing (79 Games) 0.57 0.52 6. Magnus Ramquist (77 Games) 7. Patrick Colas (52 Games) 0.42 0.39 8. Kevin Kelly (38 Games) 9. Jeff Majewski (89 Games) 0.39 10. Whitney Keiller (74 Games) 0.38

YearS 1988-92 1991-95 1984-86 1984 1999-2002 1986-89 2003-05 1996-97 1988-91 1989-92

Shots per game yearS 1. Dante Washington (88 Games) 5.15 1988-92 2. Ian Spooner (74 Games) 3.86 1991-95 3. Billy Gerber (17 Games) 3.12 1984 4. Stephen White (55 Games) 3.02 1984-86 2.83 1986-89 5. Magnus Ramquist (77 Games) 6. Erick Sokolik (19 Games) 2.79 2003 7. T.J. Rolfing (79 Games) 2.57 1999-2002 2.45 1988-91 8. Jeff Majewski (89 Games) 9. Che Henderson (75 Games) 2.17 1992-95 2.14 1989-92 10. Whitney Keiller (74 Games) Penalty kicks made yearS 1. Patrick Colas 3 2003-05 Franklin Elimbi 3 2006-07 2 1996-98 3. Troy Washington Davori Husadzinovic 2 2006-07

Game-winning goals 9 1. T.J. Rolfing 2. Patrick Colas 8 3. Davori Husadzinovic 6 4 4. Jonathan Smith Justin Zimmer 4 Jeremy Delpino 4

YearS 1999-2002 2003-05 2006-07 2003-06 2006-09 2006-08

Assists 1. Dante Washington 66 41 2. Magnus Ramquist 3. Ian Spooner 24 4. Jeff Majewski 23 5. Whitney Keiller 16 T.J. Rolfing 16 15 7. Edward Wissar Eric Sigurdson 15 Che Henderson 15 Sean Peay 14

YearS 1988-92 1986-89 1991-95 1988-91 1989-92 1999-2002 1994-95 1984-87 1992-95 1987-90

Patrick Colas ranks among career statistical leaders in six categories, including total points.


Individual Career Saves yearS 1. Frederick Rondeau 308 1989-92 2. Sacha Drouin 246 1995-98 3. Justin Bryant 229 1984-86 4. Chris Barrett 207 1991-94 5. Zach Roszel 202 2006-08 6. Omar Zinoveev 139 2003-05 7. Andrew Essey 137 2000-03 8. Mike DeSarno 136 1987-88 9. Jeff Brown 99 1984-85,88,91 10. Fran Henry 98 1984-86

Games played yearS 1. Jeff Majewski 89 1988-91 2. Dante Washington 88 1988-92 Doug Majewski 88 1987-90 4. Sean Peay 86 1987-90 5. Steve Akron 85 1987-90 6. Teddy Wilson 82 1987-90 Brian Eagon 82 1986-89 8. Darryl Springer 79 1990-93 T.J. Rolfing 79 1999-2002 10. John Barry 78 1989-92

Saves per game YearS 1. Justin Bryant (48 Games) 4.77 1984-86 2. Mike DeSarno (29 Games) 4.69 1987-88 3. Harper Thorsen (7 Games) 4.57 2001-02 4. Rob Stinnett (6 Games) 4.33 1993 5. Omar Zinoveev (33 Games) 4.21 2003-05 6. Frederick Rondeau (76 Games) 4.05 1989-92 7. Zach Roszel (51 Games) 3.96 2006-08 8. Sacha Drouin (63 Games) 3.90 1995-98 9. Ryan Taylor (23 Games) 3.83 2008-pr. 10. Greg Lea (19 Games) 3.79 1995-96 Save percentAGE yearS 1. Jeff Brown (20 GA, 99 Saves) .832 1984-85,88,91 2. Fran Henry (24 GA, 98 Saves) .803 1984-86 3. Frederick Rondeau (84 GA, 308 Saves) .786 1989-92 4. Zach Roszel (57 GA, 202 Saves) .780 2006-08 .777 2003-05 5. Omar Zinoveev (40 GA, 139 Saves) 6. Greg Lea (21 GA, 72 Saves) .774 1995-96 7. Sacha Drouin (79 GA, 246 Saves) .757 1995-98 .739 1991-94 8. Chris Barrett (73 GA, 207 Saves) 9. Justin Bryant (82 GA, 229 Saves) .736 1984-86 .733 2008-09 10. Ryan Taylor (32 GA, 88 Saves)

Games STARTEd yearS 1. Jeff Majewski 89 1988-91 2. Dante Washington 88 1988-92 3. Doug Majewski 86 1987-90 4. Darryl Springer 78 1990-93 75 5. Steve Arkon 1987-90 6. Teddy Wilson 73 1987-90 Frederick Rondeau 73 1989-92 8. Sean Peay 72 1987-90 Brian Eagon 72 1986-89 10. Che Henderson 71 1992-95 Ian Spooner 71 1991-92,94-95 Magnus Ramquist 71 1986-89

Goals against avg yearS 0.91 1984-85,88,91 1. Jeff Brown (20 GA, 1980 Min) 2. Zach Roszel (57 GA, 4681 Min) 1.10 2006-08 1.17 1984-86 3. Fran Henry (24 GA, 1842 Min) 4. Omar Zinoveev (40 GA, 2951 Min) 1.22 2003-05 5. Frederick Rondeau (84 GA, 6187 Min) 1.22 1989-92 1.22 1995-98 6. Sacha Drouin (79 GA, 5811 Min) 7. Greg Lea (21 GA, 1447 Min) 1.31 1995-96 1.42 2008-pr. 8. Ryan Taylor (32 GA, 2034 Min) 9. Marc Smith (12 GA, 674 Min) 1.60 2002-03 Most shutouts yearS 1. Frederick Rondeau 19 1989-92 14 2006-08 2. Zach Roszel 3. Sacha Drouin 13 1995-98 4. Chris Barrett 10 1991-94 8 2003-05 5. Omar Zinoveev 6. Jeff Brown 6 1984-85,88,91 7. Andrew Essey 5 2000-03 8. Mike DeSarno 4 1987-88 9. Dan Stevens 3 2002-04 Greg Lea 3 1995-96 3 2008-pr. Ryan Taylor

Zach Roszel ranks second on Radford’s all-time list with 14 career shutouts.

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Record vs. Opponents Alabama A&M Adelphi Appalachian State Appalachian Armstrong State Atlantic Christian Augusta Averett Birmingham-Southern Binghamton Bluefield Cal State-Bakersfield Campbell Carson-Newman Central Florida Central Michigan Charleston Southern Charleston (W.Va.) Charlotte Christopher Newport The Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Davidson Delaware District of Columbia Dowling Duke Eastern Mennonite East Carolina East Tennessee State Elon Florida Atlantic Florida International Furman Georgia Southern Gardner-Webb George Mason

1-3-0 1-0-0 6-7-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 6-0-0 3-4-1 1-3-2 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 7-12-0 1-0-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 20-2-1 4-1-0 1-3-3 3-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-1 12-14-2 1-0-0 2-7-1 0-1-0 4-2-1 0-1-0 1-4-1 3-1-1 2-0-0 1-1-0 8-5-1 0-2-0 1-0-0 1-3-0 1-1-1 2-4-0 1-4-0

George Washington Georgia State Hampden-Sydney High Point Howard Iowa Jacksonville James Madison King Lenoir-Rhyne Liberty Limestone Lincoln Memorial Long Island Longwood Louisville Loyola (Md.) Lynchburg Marshall Mary Washington Maryland UMBC UMES Memphis Mercer Mount St. Mary’s Navy North Carolina State North Carolina Old Dominion Penn State Pfeiffer Pitt-Johnstown Presbyterian Randolph-Macon Richmond Roanoke Robert Morris Rutgers-Camden

The 1999 Highlanders celebrate with the New River Valley Rock, which is awarded to the winner of the annual meeting between Virginia Tech and Radford.

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0-6-1 0-1-0 1-1-0 9-4-2 5-3-1 0-0-1 1-0-0 3-5-3 1-1-0 1-0-0 11-18-7 1-0-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 5-4-1 1-0-0 0-2-0 1-3-0 4-2-2 2-0-0 1-0-0 5-4-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-0-0 2-0-1 1-1-1 3-5-0 2-5-1 0-4-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-3-0 3-4-1 1-3-2 2-3-0 1-1-0

San Diego Shenandoah Shepherd South Alabama USC Upstate South Florida St. Francis (Pa.) Saint Peter’s Stetson Tennessee Towson UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNLV Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech VCU VMI West Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington & Lee West Virginia Western Kentucky Western Illinois West Virginia Wesleyan Wilkes William & Mary Winthrop Xavier 2010 Opponents in Bold

0-1-0 1-0-0 4-0-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-2-0 21-7-1 1-7-1 0-1-0 4-0-0 0-9-0 10-17-2 3-7-1 17-2-2 1-0-0 0-4-0 5-0-1 1-4-1 0-1-1 0-1-0 1-2-1 1-0-0 0-2-1 12-12-3 1-0-0


Year-By-Year Results

1984

Head Coach: Tom Lillard | 10-10-0 (2-2-0) A Richmond W, 3-2 A James Madison L, 0-2 A Charleston (W.Va.) W, 2-0 A Baptist* W, 4-1 A Campbell* L, 1-2 A George Mason L, 0-3 A North Carolina L, 1-7 H Virginia L, 0-5 A Randolph-Macon L, 1-5 H Liberty Baptist W, 1-0 H District of Columbia W, 2-1 A Marshall W, 4-2 A Averett L, 0-1 A Virginia Tech L, 1-2 H Longwood W, 3-2 H Roanoke L, 0-1 H VMI W, 5-1 A Washington & Lee W, 3-0 W, 9-0 H UNC Asheville^ H Winthrop^ L, 1-3

1985

Head coach: Tom Lillard | 10-9-2 (5-1-0) 9/8/85 A Old Dominion L, 2-3 9/14/85 A Liberty T, 1-1 9/18/85 A UNC Asheville* W, 6-1 9/20/85 A George Mason L, 0-4 9/21/85 N West Virginia Wesleyan W, 2-1 9/25/85 H Campbell* W, 2-1 10/1/85 A Virginia L, 0-5 10/5/85 H Randolph-Macon W, 2-1 (OT) 10/8/85 H King W, 5-3 10/11/85 H James Madison W, 2-0 10/15/85 H Virginia Tech L, 1-2 10/19/85 A George Washington L, 2-3 10/23/85 A Longwood L, 0-1 (OT) 10/26/85 H VCU T, 2-2 (OT) 10/28/85 A Baptist* W, 2-0 10/30/85 A VMI W, 3-1 11/1/85 H Richmond L, 3-5 11/5/85 A North Carolina State L, 1-2 11/16/85 A Augusta^ W, 4-0 11/21/85 A Winthrop^ W, 2-1 (OT) 11/23/85 A Campbell^ L, 1-3

1986

Head coach: Don Staley | 9-9-1 (6-3-0) 9/9/86 James Madison T, 1-1 9/17/86 King L, 1-2 9/24/86 Virginia L, 0-1 9/26/86 Winthrop* L, 1-2 10/1/86 Campbell* L, 1-5 10/4/86 Armstrong State* W, 11-0 W, 5-1 10/5/86 UNC Asheville* 10/6/86 Virginia Tech L, 1-2 10/10/86 Coastal Carolina* W, 1-0 10/15/86 Richmond L, 0-2 10/19/86 George Washington L, 0-4 10/21/86 Pfeiffer W, 2-1 10/25/86 Augusta* W, 5-0 10/29/86 VMI W, 2-1 (OT) 11/1/86 VCU L, 2-3 (OT) 11/3/86 Baptist* W, 2-1 11/6/86 Liberty W, 3-2 11/10/86 Baptist^ W, 2-1 11/13/86 Coastal Carolina^ L, 5-2

1987

BIG SOUTH REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS Head coach: Don Staley | 9-7-3 (5-1-0) 9/1/87 A Old Dominion L, 0-3 9/2/87 A Loyola L, 1-3 9/10/87 H Virginia Tech T, 1-1 (OT) 9/12/87 H VCU W, 3-1 9/16/87 H Baptist* W, 4-2 9/19/87 H Winthrop* L, 1-2 (OT) 9/23/87 A Virginia L, 0-7 9/26/87 H Campbell* W, 3-0 9/30/87 H District of Columbia W, 5-2 10/6/87 A Liberty T, 1-1 (OT) 10/13/87 H Richmond L, 2-3 10/17/87 A Augusta* W, 3-2 10/21/87 A North Carolina State L, 1-4 10/24/87 H UNC Asheville* W, 7-0 10/27/87 A Coastal Carolina* W, 4-0 10/29/87 A VMI W, 7-2 10/31/87 H Howard T, 2-2 11/4/87 H James Madison W, 2-0 (OT) 11/5/87 A Coastal Carolina^ L, 1-3

1988

BIG SOUTH REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Head coach: Don Staley | 12-7-5 (5-1-0) 9/1/88 H Loyola L, 1-2 9/3/88 N Duke L, 2-3 9/4/88 A North Carolina State L, 0-3 9/13/88 A Virginia Tech L, 1-2 (OT) 9/15/88 A Richmond T, 2-2 (OT) 9/17/88 H Christopher Newport W, 3-2 9/19/88 A Baptist* W, 4-1 9/21/88 A Virginia L, 0-3 9/24/88 H Lincoln Memorial W, 5-1 9/27/88 A Winthrop* W, 4-0 10/1/88 A Howard L, 0-1 10/2/88 H District of Columbia T, 3-3 (OT) 10/5/88 A James Madison T, 0-0 10/8/88 H Coastal Carolina* W, 5-0 10/11/88 A Campbell* L, 0-1 10/15/88 H Augusta* W, 6-2 10/18/88 H Liberty T, 0-0 (OT) 10/22/88 H Atlantic Christian W, 15-1 10/26/88 A William & Mary T, 1-1 (OT) W, 4-0 10/29/88 A UNC Asheville* 10/30/88 H Lenoir-Rhyne W, 6-1 10/31/88 H VMI W, 4-1 W, 2-0 11/4/88 N UNC Asheville^ 11/5/88 N Baptist^ W, 3-1 (OT)

1989

Head coach: Don Staley | 13-6-3 (4-2-0) 9/2/89 H Limestone W, 8-0 9/3/89 H Lincoln Memorial W, 3-2 9/6/89 H Gardner-Webb W, 10-0 9/10/89 A Vanderbilt W, 6-1 9/13/89 A Liberty T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/16/89 H Campbell* L, 0-2 (2OT) 9/20/89 H Virginia Tech W, 1-0 9/23/89 N Central Michigan W, 1-0 9/24/89 A Western Kentucky T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/27/89 A East Carolina W, 7-1 9/30/89 H Pitt-Johnstown W, 2-0 10/7/89 A Coastal Carolina* L, 0-2 10/10/89 A Old Dominion L, 0-1 10/13/89 A Boca Raton T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/14/89 A Florida Atlantic L, 2-4 (2OT) 10/15/89 A Central Florida W, 3-2 10/17/89 H Winthrop* W, 1-0 10/18/89 A North Carolina State L, 0-4 10/21/89 H Baptist* W, 6-0 10/25/89 H Augusta* W, 2-1 10/28/89 H UNC Asheville* W, 2-0 11/1/89 H Campbell^ L, 2-1 (3OT)

In 1990 Radford posted its first of two consecutive 15-win seasons.

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Year-By-Year Results

Coming off his appearance on the U.S. Olympic Team at the 1992 Barcelona Games, Dante Washington capped off his brilliant career for the Highlanders with 37 points that fall.

1990

Head coach: Don Staley | 15-8-0 (4-2-0) 8/28/90 A Virginia L, 1-3 9/1/90 A Robert Morris W, 5-0 9/3/90 A Penn State L, 1-3 (OT) 9/8/90 H Shepherd W, 8-0 9/9/90 H UMES W, 15-1 9/12/90 A Campbell* W, 3-1 9/16/90 A Howard W, 1-0 9/22/90 H St. Francis (Pa.) W, 4-0 9/27/90 A Wake Forest L, 0-2 9/29/90 H Augusta* W, 4-2 9/30/90 H Vanderbilt W, 1-0 10/3/90 A North Carolina L, 1-4 10/6/90 H Coastal Carolina* L, 1-2 10/10/90 A Baptist* W, 3-0 10/13/90 H East Carolina W, 7-0 10/17/90 A Winthrop* W, 2-0 10/20/90 H Marshall W, 5-1 10/21/90 H Memphis State W, 2-0 L, 1-2 10/24/90 A UNC Asheville* 10/26/90 H Liberty L, 0-1 10/28/90 A Maryland W, 2-1 10/30/90 H Davidson^ L, 1-2 11/7/90 A Virginia Tech W, 2-0

1991

BIG SOUTH REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS Head coach: Don Staley | 15-4-2 (6-0-0) 9/7/91 H Robert Morris L, 1-2 9/8/91 H Alabama A&M W, 4-2 (OT) 9/14/91 H Campbell* W, 2-0 9/18/91 H UNC Asheville* W, 1-0 9/20/91 A UNC Greensboro W, 5-4 9/22/91 A North Carolina L, 0-3 9/26/91 A VMI W, 6-1 9/28/91 H Howard W, 1-0 10/2/91 H Davidson* W, 2-1 10/6/91 A Vanderbilt W, 4-1 10/9/91 H VCU W, 2-0 10/12/91 H Shepherd W, 9-1 10/16/91 A Coastal Carolina* W, 2-0 (OT) 10/19/91 H Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 10/22/91 A Marshall T, 3-3 (OT) 10/24/91 A Central Florida W, 4-0 10/27/91 A Boca Raton L, 0-4 10/31/91 H Winthrop* W, 3-1 11/5/91 H Liberty^ W, 5-0 11/8/91 H Campbell^ L, 0-1 11/14/91 H Virginia Tech T, 3-3 (OT)

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1992

Head coach: Don Staley | 8-11-0 (4-3-0) 9/7/92 H VMI W, 5-0 9/11/92 H West Virginia W, 3-1 9/13/92 H Appalachian State L, 0-4 9/16/92 A Campbell* L, 0-6 9/18/92 A UNC Charlotte L, 1-6 9/22/92 H UMBC* L, 0-1 9/26/92 H Towson State* W, 2-1 9/30/92 H Liberty* L, 0-1 10/3/92 H Vanderbilt W, 2-1 10/7/92 A UNC Greensboro L, 6-7 (OT) 10/10/92 A UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 10/14/92 A Winthrop* W, 1-0 10/17/92 A Howard L, 0-1 10/20/92 A VCU L, 0-1 10/22/92 A Charleston Southern* W, 2-1 10/28/92 A Alabama A&M L, 0-6 11/1/92 A Robert Morris W, 5-3 11/4/92 A Campbell^ L, 1-3 11/12/92 A Virginia Tech L, 3-5

1993

Head coach: Don Staley | 4-13-3 (3-4-2) 9/4/93 A Clemson L, 0-8 9/6/93 A Appalachian State L, 0-1 (OT) 9/8/93 A VMI L, 0-2 9/11/93 A West Virginia L, 1-2 9/12/93 A Robert Morris L, 0-4 9/15/93 H VCU L, 0-4 9/18/93 H UNC Greensboro* L, 0-1 9/22/93 H UNC Charlotte T, 1-1 (OT) 9/25/93 A Towson State* L, 0-3 9/29/93 A Liberty* L, 1-2 10/1/93 H Shepherd W, 2-0 10/9/93 A UMBC* L, 2-6 10/13/93 H Winthrop* T, 1-1 (OT) 10/16/93 H Charleston Southern* W, 1-0 10/17/93 H Howard L, 1-2 10/20/93 A Virginia L, 0-2 10/23/93 H Campbell* W, 2-1 10/27/93 H UNC Asheville* W, 1-0 10/30/93 A Coastal Carolina* T, 3-3 11/11/93 H Virginia Tech L, 1-2

1994

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 11-7-2 (6-2-0) 9/3/94 A Shepherd W, 4-0 9/5/94 H Appalachian State W, 4-3 9/8/94 H VMI W, 6-1 9/11/94 A Georgia Southern T, 0-0 (OT) 9/14/94 H West Virginia T, 2-2

9/16/94 9/19/94 9/21/94 9/24/94 9/30/94 10/2/94 10/5/94 10/8/94 10/12/94 10/15/94 10/19/94 10/22/94 10/29/94 11/3/94 11/10/94

A A A H H H H A H A A H H H A

Davidson Charleston Southern* VCU Winthrop* Lincoln Memorial Robert Morris Marshall UMBC* Liberty* UNC Asheville* UNC Greensboro* Towson State* Coastal Carolina* Liberty^ Virginia Tech

L, 3-5 W, 5-1 L, 0-6 L, 1-2 W, 8-1 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 W, 2-0 L, 1-3 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-1

1995

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 11-5-3 (4-2-0) 9/2/95 A Central Florida W, 4-1 (OT) 9/3/95 N Mercer W, 3-0 9/7/95 H Davidson T, 1-1 (OT) 9/9/95 H Georgia Southern W, 4-1 9/11/95 A Appalachian State L, 2-4 9/16/95 N Howard W, 6-2 9/23/95 A Winthrop* W, 1-0 9/27/95 A Liberty* W, 4-2 (OT) 9/30/95 H Pfeiffer W, 6-0 10/4/95 A VMI W, 3-0 10/7/95 H UNC Asheville* W, 1-0 10/10/95 H Virginia Tech W, 4-1 (OT) 10/14/95 H UMBC* L, 1-2 10/15/95 A North Carolina L, 2-3 10/18/95 H UNC Greensboro* T, 3-3 (OT) 10/21/95 H Charleston Southern* W, 6-0 10/25/95 A James Madison T, 1-1 (OT) 10/28/95 A Coastal Carolina* L, 1-2 (OT) 11/2/95 H Liberty^ L, 0-3

1996

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 10-10-1 (4-3-0) 8/30/96 A Virginia Tech L, 1-2 9/1/96 A Marshall T, 1-1 (OT) 9/7/96 A Davidson L, 0-1 9/8/96 H Appalachian State W, 3-2 9/14/96 H Saint Peter’s W, 5-1 9/15/96 H Howard W, 4-1 (OT) 9/17/96 H James Madison L, 0-3 9/21/96 A UNC Greensboro* L, 0-3 9/25/96 H Liberty* W, 1-0 9/27/96 H San Diego L, 0-3 9/29/96 H Navy W, 3-1 10/3/96 H Pfieffer L, 0-1 10/5/96 A UMBC* W, 2-0


Year-By-Year Results 10/12/96 10/18/96 10/19/96 10/26/96 10/30/96 11/2/96 11/8/96 11/9/96

A H H H A A H A

UNC Asheville* Winthrop* Campbell Coastal Carolina* North Carolina Charleston Southern* UMBC^ UNC Greensboro^

L, 0-1 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 (OT) L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-2

1997

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 11-8-1 (4-2-0) 8/30/97 A James Madison L, 0-5 9/3/97 H Appalachian State W, 2-1 (OT) 9/5/97 A Wake Forest L, 0-2 9/10/97 H VMI T, 3-3 9/12/97 H VCU L, 0-2 9/16/97 H Davidson W, 2-1 (OT) 9/19/97 A North Carolina W, 1-0 9/21/97 H UNC Greensboro L, 0-1 9/28/97 H Virginia Tech W, 3-2 10/4/97 H UMBC* W, 1-0 10/7/97 H UNC Asheville* W, 3-0 W, 2-0 10/11/97 H South Alabama* 10/15/97 A Liberty* L, 1-2 (OT) 10/18/97 A Winthrop* L, 0-5 10/21/97 A North Carolina State W, 4-1 10/25/97 A Coastal Carolina* W, 3-2 10/29/97 A Campbell W, 3-2 (OT) 11/1/97 H Charleston Southern* L, 1-2 (OT) 11/6/97 H UMBC^ W, 3-2 (OT) 11/7/97 H Charleston Southern^ L, 0-2

1998

BIG SOUTH REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS Head coach: Spencer Smith | 11-4-3 (5-0-1) 9/1/98 A Appalachian State L, 0-1 9/4/98 N South Florida T, 3-3 (2OT) 9/6/98 A Florida International W, 2-1 9/9/98 A VMI W, 3-0 9/12/98 A Virginia Tech W, 2-1 9/15/98 H Wake Forest L, 1-3 9/19/98 H Liberty* W, 4-0 9/21/98 A South Alabama* W, 1-0 (OT) 9/24/98 H Longwood W, 3-1 10/1/98 A Duke L, 1-2 (OT) 10/3/98 A UNC Asheville* W, 2-1 (OT 10/10/98 H Winthrop* W, 2-0 10/17/98 A Charleston Southern* T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/20/98 H North Carolina T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/24/98 H Coastal Carolina* W, 2-1 10/28/98 H High Point W, 3-2 (OT) 10/31/98 A Elon W, 5-3 L, 1-2 11/6/98 H South Alabama^

1999

BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT Head coach: Spencer Smith | 5-11-4 (2-4-1) 9/1/99 H Navy T, 3-3 (2OT) 9/4/99 A Liberty* L, 0-5 9/10/99 N VCU L, 1-6 9/12/99 N Iona T, 3-3 (2OT) 9/17/99 N Old Dominion L, 0-1 9/18/99 A William & Mary L, 0-1 9/21/99 A High Point* L, 1-3 9/24/99 H Virginia Tech W, 4-1 9/29/99 A Winthrop* L, 1-2 10/2/99 H Charleston Southern* W, 4-1 10/5/99 A Wake Forest L, 2-5 10/9/99 H Campbell L, 1-5 10/16/99 H Elon* W, 5-2 10/23/99 A Coastal Carolina* L, 1-2 (2OT) 10/28/99 H West Virginia L, 3-4 (OT) 10/30/99 H UNC Asheville* T, 2-2 (2OT) 11/4/99 N Charleston Southern^ W, 3-1 11/5/99 N UNC Asheville^ W, 1-0 (OT) 11/7/99 A Liberty^ T, 0-0 (4OT) 11/13/99 A Furman# L, 0-1

2000

BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT Head coach: Spencer Smith | 12-10-0 (4-3-0) 9/1/00 A UMBC L, 2-4 9/3/00 A Howard W, 5-2 9/5/00 H Virginia Tech W, 2-0 9/8/00 H Carson-Newman W, 3-2 (OT) 9/16/00 A Elon* L, 1-3 9/20/00 H High Point* L, 1-2 9/23/00 H Richmond L, 1-2 9/27/00 A Duke W, 3-2 9/30/00 A VCU L, 1-2 10/4/00 H Winthrop* W, 3-2 (OT) 10/7/00 A Charleston Southern* W, 2-1 (OT) 10/8/00 H Buffalo L, 1-2 10/10/00 H UNC Greensboro L, 0-1 10/14/00 H West Virginia L, 1-2 10/17/00 A Campbell W, 5-0 10/21/00 H Coastal Carolina* W, 4-3 (OT) 10/25/00 H Liberty* W, 2-0 10/28/00 A UNC Asheville* L, 0-1 11/1/00 A UNC Asheville^ W, 3-2 (OT) 11/2/00 A High Point^ W, 2-1 (2OT) 11/4/00 A Elon^ W, 2-0 11/12/00 A Furman# L, 0-2

2001

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 4-14-0 (3-4-0) 9/2/01 A West Virginia L, 2-3 (OT) 9/7/01 N The Citadel W, 2-0 9/8/01 H Gardner-Webb L, 1-2 (OT) 9/16/01 A Davidson L, 1-4 9/19/01 H Duke L, 0-2 9/23/01 A George Washington L, 1-3 9/29/01 H Charleston Southern* W, 2-1 10/4/01 A Virginia Tech L, 0-4 10/6/01 A High Point* W, 2-1 10/13/01 H Elon* W, 1-0 10/14/01 H Alabama A&M L, 0-3 10/20/01 A Coastal Carolina* L, 0-1 10/24/01 A Winthrop* L, 1-3 L, 0-2 10/27/01 H UNC Asheville* 10/31/01 A James Madison L, 0-6 11/4/01 H Birmingham-Southern L, 1-2 11/9/01 A Liberty* L, 1-2 11/15/01 N Coastal Carolina^ L, 0-1

2002

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 7-12-1 (3-3-1) 8/31/02 H Charlotte W, 1-0 9/6/02 A Louisville W, 2-0 9/8/02 N Western Kentucky L, 0-4 9/14/02 A Elon* T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/18/02 A Duke L, 2-3 9/22/02 H George Washington L, 1-3 9/24/02 H Virginia Tech W, 2-0 9/30/02 A Charleston Southern* W, 5-0 10/2/02 A North Carolina State L, 1-5 10/5/02 H Coastal Carolina* L, 0-4 10/12/02 H Davidson L, 1-3 10/17/02 H James Madison L, 2-3 10/22/02 H Liberty* L, 1-2 10/26/02 A Birmingham-Southern L, 3-4 10/28/02 A Alabama A&M L, 0-2 10/30/02 A Winthrop* L, 6-7 11/2/02 H High Point* W, 3-0 11/7/02 A UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 W, 4-3 11/14/02 N UNC Asheville^ 11/15/02 N Winthrop^ L, 3-4 (OT)

T.J. Rolfing led the Highlanders to their second straight NCAA appearance in 2000.

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Radford ended a five-match skid against New River Valley rival Virginia Tech with a 3-1 victory at Cupp Stadium last season.

2003

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 8-9-2 (2-4-1) 8/29/03 H Mercer W, 1-0 8/31/03 H Delaware L, 1-2 9/6/03 A George Washington L, 2-4 9/12/03 N Georgia Southern L, 0-2 9/14/03 N Appalachian State W, 2-1 9/17/03 H VMI* W, 2-1 9/20/03 H Elon W, 2-0 9/24/03 A Charlotte T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/27/03 H Longwood W, 4-0 10/4/03 A Liberty* L, 1-2 10/7/03 H UNC Asheville* L, 0-1 10/11/03 H Averett W, 5-0 10/15/03 A High Point* L, 2-3 10/22/03 A Virginia Tech L, 1-5 10/25/03 A Coastal Carolina* L, 0-2 11/1/03 H North Carolina State W, 1-0 11/4/03 H Winthrop* W, 4-2 11/9/03 H Birmingham-Southern* T, 3-3 (2OT) 11/13/03 H Birmingham-Southern^ L, 1-2

2004

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 7-6-4 (3-3-1) 9/1/04 A Elon W, 3-0 9/4/04 H Charlotte T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/11/04 H George Washington T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-3 9/15/04 A UNC Asheville* 9/22/04 A VMI* T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/25/04 H Virginia Tech L, 0-3 9/29/04 A Longwood W, 4-0 10/2/04 A Birmingham-Southern* L, 2-4 10/6/04 H Coastal Carolina* W, 2-1 10/9/04 H High Point* W, 1-0 10/13/04 H Winthrop* W, 2-1 10/17/04 A George Mason W, 2-1 10/20/04 A Appalachian State T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/26/04 H Liberty* L, 0-1 10/31/04 A Marshall L, 1-2 11/6/04 H Furman W, 1-0 11/11/04 N Liberty^ L, 1-2

2005

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 8-9-0 (5-2-0) 9/2/05 H Mount St. Mary’s W, 1-0 9/7/05 A High Point* W, 3-1 9/10/05 H Appalachian State L, 0-1 9/16/05 N Stetson W, 1-0 9/17/05 N Gardner-Webb L, 0-1 9/21/05 A Charlotte L, 2-3 9/24/05 H Elon W, 1-0 10/1/05 H VMI* W, 4-0 10/4/05 A Coastal Carolina* W, 2-1

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H H A A A A H N

UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 Birmingham-Southern* W, 2-1 Liberty* L, 0-3 Furman L, 1-2 (OT) Virginia Tech L, 0-4 Winthrop* L, 1-2 Marshall L, 0-3 VMI^ L, 1-2

2006

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 8-6-4 (4-1-2) 8/26/06 H Long Island W, 2-1 8/26/06 H Appalachian State L, 0-2 9/5/06 H Liberty* W, 3-1 9/8/06 A Charlotte L, 2-4 9/10/06 N Davidson L, 1-4 9/15/06 N Mercer W, 1-0 9/16/06 N Jacksonville W, 2-1 9/20/06 A VMI* W, 1-0 9/24/06 A Birmingham-Southern* T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/30/06 A UNC Asheville* L, 1-2 10/3/06 H Virginia Tech L, 0-1 10/7/06 H Coastal Carolina* W, 5-2 10/10/06 H Longwood T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/14/06 H Charleston (W.Va.) W, 2-0 10/18/06 H Winthrop* T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/22/06 A Elon L, 0-2 10/25/06 H High Point* W, 4-0 11/2/06 H High Point^ T, 1-1 (3OT!) ! - HPU wins shootout, 3-2

2007

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 11-9-0 (3-3-0) 9/1/07 H Binghamton L, 0-1 9/2/07 H USC Upstate W, 2-1 (2 OT) 9/7/07 A Towson L, 2-7 9/9/07 N Adelphi W, 1-0 9/14/07 N Gardner-Webb W, 1-0 9/16/07 N Georgia Southern L, 0-1 9/22/07 A Appalachian State L, 0-3 9/26/07 A Liberty * L, 0-3 10/4/07 H Cal State-Bakersfield W, 1-0 10/6/07 A North Carolina State W, 2-1 10/13/07 H UNC Asheville* W, 2-0 10/16/07 H High Point* W, 2-1 (2 OT) 10/21/07 A Winthrop* L, 0-2 10/24/07 H VMI * W, 3-2 (2 OT) 10/30/07 H Elon W, 2-1(2 OT) 11/3/07 A Longwood L, 0-1 11/9/07 A Coastal Carolina* L, 0-1 11/15/07 N VMI^ W, 2-1 11/16/07 N Coastal Carolina^ W, 3-1 11/18/07 N Liberty^ L, 1-2

2008

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 7-10-2 (3-4-1) 8/30/08 N Western Illinois L, 0-2 9/1/08 A UNLV L, 1-2 9/5/08 H Xavier W, 2-0 9/7/08 A Clemson T, 1-1 (2 OT) 9/12/08 H Liberty* W, 2-1 9/14/08 A Mount St. Mary’s W, 1-0 9/20/08 A Gardner-Webb* L, 0-1 9/27/08 H Appalachian State W, 1-0 (OT) 10/1/08 H Longwood W, 1-0 10/3/08 H Presbyterian* W, 3-1 10/7/08 A Virginia Tech L, 0-1 W, 2-1 10/11/08 A UNC Asheville* 10/15/08 A High Point* L, 1-2 10/18/08 H Winthrop* L, 0-3 10/22/08 A VMI* L, 0-1 10/26/08 H Coastal Carolina* T, 1-1 (2 OT) 11/1/08 A Elon L, 0-1 11/8/08 A East Tennessee State L, 0-1 (OT) 11/13/08 A Coastal Carolina^ L, 0-1

2009

Head coach: Spencer Smith | 5-9-3 (1-4-3) 9/04/09 A Appalachian State W, 3-2 9/08/09 A Longwood L, 0-1 9/11/09 H ETSU W, 1-0 9/16/09 H Davidson L, 0-2 9/19/09 A Liberty* T, 0-0 (2 OT) 9/26/09 H Gardner-Webb* L, 0-2 9/29/09 H #5 North Carolina L, 0-2 10/3/09 A Presbyterian* L, 0-1 10/6/09 H Virginia Tech W, 3-1 10/10/09 H UNC Asheville* L, 0-1 10/17/09 A Winthrop* T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/21/09 H VMI* W, 3-0 10/30/09 H Elon L, 0-2 11/2/09 H High Point* T, 1-1 (2 OT) 11/7/09 A Coastal Carolina* L, 1-3 11/13/09 N #2 High Point ! W, 4-3 11/14/09 N #3 Liberty ! L, 0-2 * Denotes Big South match ^ Denotes Big South tournament match


DATE

OPPONENT

8/ 22 25 28

APPALACHIAN STATE (Exh.) James Madison (Exh.) King College (Exh.)

9/

Mt. St. Mary’s Marshall

4 6

TIME 2:00 4:00 5:00

1:00 1:00

FLASH GORDON MOTORS INVITE 10 12

Mercer ! Georgia Southern !

4:30 1:00

18 25 29

LIBERTY* LONGWOOD Davidson

6:00 6:00 7:00

10/

2 5 9 13 16 20 27 30

PRESBYTERIAN* North Carolina UNC Asheville* High Point* WINTHROP* VMI* Virginia Tech COASTAL CAROLINA*

6:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 6:00 4:00 7:00 1:00

Elon Gardner-Webb*

7:00 7:00

11/ 2 5

2010 BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT 11 12 14

18 21 28 12/ 3-5 10 12

Quarterfinals ! Semifinals ! Championship !

2010 NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals # Championship #

ALL CAPS Denotes Home Contest ! Hosted By High Point University * Denotes Big South Conference Opponent # Hosted By UC Santa Barbara All Times Listed Eastern Standard

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2010 Radford Men's Soccer Media Guide  

2010 Radford Men's Soccer Media Guide

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