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ADRIAN COLLEGE SOCCER General Information

Coaching Staff

Administration President: ........................ Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking (Michigan State) Executive V.P.: ............... Rick Creehan (California University Pa.) Director of Athletics: ........................................ Mike Duffy (Adrian) Senior Women’s Admin.: .........Kristen Herrington (Western Mich.) Athletic Department Phone: .................. (517) 265-5161 ext. 4210 Athletic Department Fax: ....................................... (517) 264-3802 Home Stadium: ...........................Multisport Performance Stadium Surface: ......................................................... Pro-Grass Field Turf Capacity: ............................................................................... 1,000

Sports Information Sports Information Director:..........Ryan Thompson (Grand Valley) SID Office Phone: ................................................. (517) 264-3280 SID E-mail: ............................................... rthompson@adrian.edu Asst. SID/M-SO Contact: ............ Brian Alden (Northern Kentucky) Asst. SID E-mail: ............................................ balden@adrian.edu Asst. SID Office Phone: ......................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 5471 SID fax number: .................................................... (517) 264-3810 Website: ................................................. www.adrianbulldogs.com

CREDITS The 2010 Adrian College Men’s Soccer Media Guide was designed, written and produced by Brian Alden, assistant sports information director with editorial assistance from the Adrian College Office of Public Relations. Photography by Dave Pearcy. Front and Back Cover Design by Brian Alden, Mellissa Boyd and Ryan Thompson. Information included in this publication is current through Sept. 21, 2010.

Head Coach: ............................................ Chris LeFevre (Adelphi) Record at Adrian: .................................7-10-3 (2nd season at AC) Career Record: ................................. 48-26-4 (5th season overall) Office Number: ................................................... (517) 264-3990 Best time to reach LeFevre: ............................................ mornings Assistant Coach: ......................................... Kirk Brazeau (Toledo) Office Phone: ........................................ (517) 265-5161 ext. 5010 Athletic Trainer: ............... Phil Dennie (Minnesota State-Mankato)

Team Information First year of soccer: ...............................................................1981 All-time record: .................................131 wins, 382 losses, 27 ties 2010 Overall Record: ............................... 7 wins, 10 losses, 3 ties 2010 MIAA Record/Finish: .................... 4 wins, 7 losses, 3 ties/7th All-MIAA 1st Team Players: ..........................................................4 Years in DIII Post-season play: ................................................N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ................................................. 10/7 Starters Returning/Lost: ............................................................ 7/5 Newcomers: ............................................................................... 13

CONTENTS/QUICK FACTS

Name of School: ..................................................... Adrian College Location: .................................................................... Adrian, Mich. Population: .......................................................................... 22,000 Founded: ................................................................................ 1859 Enrollment: ............................................................................ 1,650 Nickname: ........................................................................ Bulldogs School Colors: ........................................................... Black & Gold Affiliation: .............................................................NCAA Division III Conference: .. Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) MIAA Soccer: ......................ADRIAN, Albion, Alma, Calvin, Hope, Kalamazoo, Olivet and Trine

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Table of Contents Quick Facts ................................................................... 3 Roster ............................................................................ 4 2010 Season Outlook .................................................... 5 Coaching Staff ............................................................... 6 Players Bios ............................................................. 7-10 All-Time Records ......................................................... 10 2009 Stats and Results ............................................... 11 MIAA Conference ........................................................ 14 2010 Schedule ............................................. Back Cover

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2010 ROSTER

BY CLASS 2010 Alphabetical Roster No. 19 6 14 3 2 13 5 8 12 11 16 23 9 10 4 1 18 20 17 21 15 24 7

Name Pos. Ht. Mitch Aguilera MF 6-2 Aaron Armstrong MF 5-10 Vince Behnke D 6-1 Jamie Brower D 5-10 Brian Bush D 6-0 Morgan Copeland F 6-0 Billy Cremeans F 6-1 Marcus Derrick-Huie MF 5-7 Ben Enser MF 5-7 Jerelle Gosling D 6-2 Wyatt Johnson D 5-7 Anthony Koterba F 5-11 Ryan McCarthy D 5-10 Justin McCurbin MF 5-11 Akintunde Oluwadare MF 6-0 Alex Pavlika GK 6-2 Korey Pavlika GK/D 6-0 Matt Plawecki MF 6-0 Travis Smith MF 6-0 Keegan Standring F 5-10 Max Von Hatten D 6-0 Quinton Wallace MF 5-11 Cazz Warren F 5-11

Yr. FR SO FR SO JR FR SO FR SR FR FR FR FR SO FR SR FR FR SO FR SO FR SO

Hometown Crown Point, Ind. Waterville, Ohio Augusta, Mich. Maumee, Ohio Ypsilanti, Mich. Mississauga, Ontario Portage, Mich. Mississauga, Ontario Dunkirk, N.Y. Mississauga, Ontario Elizabethtown, Ky. Plymouth, Mich. Brook Park, Ohio Toronto, Ontario Ypsilanti, Mich. Temperance, Mich. Temperance, Mich. Griffith, Ind. Ypsilanti, Mich. Guelph, Ontario St. Clair Shores, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. Toronto, Ontario

Head Coach: Chris LeFevre (Adelphi ‘04) AC Record: 7-10-3, 2nd Season Assistant Coach: Kirk Brazeau (Toledo) 2nd Season Athletic Trainer: Phil Dennie (Minnesota State-Mankato ‘10) Communications: Brian Alden (Northern Kentucky ‘06)

Seniors (2) Ben Enser Alex Pavlika Juniors (1) Brian Bush Sophomores (8) Aaron Armstrong Jamie Brower Billy Cremeans Justin McCurbin Travis Smith Max Von Hatten Cazz Warren Freshman (13) Mitch Aguilera Vince Behnke Morgan Copeland Marcus Derrick-Huie Jerelle Gosling Wyatt Johnson Anthony Koterba Ryan McCarthy Akintunde Oluwadare Korey Pavlika Matt Plawecki Keegan Standring Quinton Wallace

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Defensemen (8) Vince Behnke Jamie Brower Brian Bush Jerelle Gosling Wyatt Johnson Ryan McCarthy Korey Pavlika Max Von Hatten Goalkeepers (2) Alex Pavlika Korey Pavlika Midfielders (9) Mitch Aguilera Aaron Armstrong Marcus Derrick-Huie Ben Enser Justin McCurbin Akintunde Oluwadare Matt Plawecki Travis Smith Quinton Wallace Forwards (5) Morgan Copeland Billy Cremeans Anthony Koterba Keegan Standring Cazz Warren

Justin Mccurbin

Brian Bush

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2010 OUTLOOK

SEASON OUTLOOK

The 2010 edition of the Adrian College Men’s Soccer program, comprised of what could be one of the youngest rosters in the country, will look to flip their 7-10-3 record of ’09 into a winning one. The team’s roster under second year head coach Chris LeFevre graduated only two players that started multiple games and returns only three upperclassmen, compared to 21 underclassmen. The upperclassmen are led by senior goalkeeper and captain Alex Pavlika (Temperance, Mich.). Pavlika, a team Co-MVP, started all 20 games last season which included six shutouts and led the MIAA in total saves and saves per game. “He is a guy that leads by having outstanding personal habits,” coach LeFevre said. “He’s a 3.0 student and does a very good job of balancing academics and athletics. He’s one of the top goalkeepers in the conference and it’s because of his lifestyle. Hopefully our young players look at him and see that’s where hard work and discipline can get you.” The underclassmen are led by the other Co-MVP from last year, sophomore Cazz Warren (Toronto, Ont.). Warren will look to capitalize on an outstanding freshman season where he was named All-MIAA Second Team. Warren ended his freshman campaign tied for the conference lead with eight goals scored, three of which were game winners. “Cazz was fantastic for us last year,” Cazz Warren LeFevre said. “He really opens the game up for his teammates with his awareness, speed and work ethic. He is driven to exceed expectations, not meet them. We expect Cazz to be a leader this year and continue the growth of the Adrian Men’s Soccer Program.” Also returning after a fantastic first year is Jamie Brower (Maumee, Ohio). Brower started and played every minute of the season last year as a freshman at the center back position. Brower scored two goals while adding an assist. Brower stepped up to the challenge as a young player coming into a new team and leading from day one. “He is definitely someone that this team needs and is building around,” LeFevre said. “He grew as the year went on and we were pleased with what we saw out of him at the end of the year. With a year of experience under him, we expect him to be recognized as one of the better center backs in the MIAA this year.” The two other upperclassmen, senior Ben Enser (Dunkirk, N.Y.) and junior Brian Bush (Ypsilanti, Mich.) played pivotal roles during the 2009 season Enser, the Coaches Award winner, scored two big goals for

the black and gold. Both goals by Enser were scored within 20 seconds of coming on as a substitute. The first against Hope College in their 1-1 tie and the other was a gamewinner against Trine University. Bush, awarded the Most Improved Player, played left back for the first time in his career playing in all 20 games, while starting in 17. Sophomore Aaron Armstrong (Waterville, Ohio) will look to continue his success from his first season with the Bulldogs. Armstrong was second on the team in points with eight, while leading the team with four assists. The team will also welcome in 13 freshmen to the squad this season. Coach LeFevre believes Aaron Armstrong this was a big year for the Bulldogs in recruiting. He expects this year’s class to help solidify the foundation for the program to build on. Marcus DerrickHuie (Mississauga, Ont.), Jerelle Gosling (Mississauga, Ont.), Ryan McCarthy (Brook Park, Ohio) and Quinton Wallace (Fort Wayne, Ind.) are just a few of the newcomers that could make an impact this season for the black and gold. “We are expecting our entire freshmen class to come in and make a huge impact right away,” LeFevre said. “The biggest thing for them will be their fitness levels. That is one thing the freshmen class did well last season. The most important thing for our team is for every player to be consistent. If they can do that during the position battles in the pre-season, they will earn a spot on the field.” The Bulldogs will face a tough schedule this season with matches against three schools that are ranked in the top 15 pre-season national poll, including the season opener against Rochester (#6). The team then travels to the Adidas Invitational to take on Ohio Wesleyan (#13) and Capital, who received votes in this year’s poll. The squad will round out their first seven games with back-toback matches against Elmhurst who received top 25 votes last season and MIAA champion Calvin (#2) who finished runner-up in the DIII tournament. “Those games early in the season are preparing us for the best tea teams ms in the MIAA,” LeFevre explained. “We have the expectation of being a top 25 team and this is showing the guys that this is what we need to do to be a top 25 team. We could have made an easier schedule, but the point of a tougher schedule is the experience of playing those types of teams. If we can be a competitive team in those first six games, we will have prepared ourselves to be a very tough team to beat in the MIAA.”

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Head Coach Chris LeFevre 2nd Season - clefevre@adrian.edu Adelphi (2004) 517-264-3990 Chris LeFevre enters his second season as the leader of the Men’s Soccer program. LeFevre has five years of experience at the collegiate level with his most recent stop coming at Division I Binghamton University in New York. The Bearcats posted a 12-6-3 record in his one year with the team and advanced to the America East Conference Finals before losing 1-0 to Boston University. One of his main duties included recruitment for which the team was scheduled to bring in 14 new student-athletes for the 2009 season. LeFevre spent three seasons at Genesee (N.Y.) Community College, where he went 41-16-1 as

the head coach from 2005-07. He led his squad to two Western New York Athletic Conference titles in 2006 and 2007 and reached the NJCAA Regional Semifinals. Prior to his time at Genesee, LeFevre was a graduate assistant coach at Division I Canisius College during the 2004 season. After earning his bachelor’s degree in sports management from Division I Adelphi University in 2004, LeFevre earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Canisius in 2006. Also in 2006, he earned his NSCAA National Diploma. One year later, he received the NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. LeFevre played collegiately at Adelphi and later transferred to Division II East Stroudsburg University.

Assistant Coach Kirk Brazeau 2nd Season - kbrazeau@adrian.edu University of Toledo (2008) 517-265-5161 Ext. 5161 Kirk Brazeau begins his second season as assistant men’s soccer coach at Adrian College. Brazeau has served as the boys soccer head coach at Temperance Bedford High School for the past two years. During this time, he was named MHSAA District Coach of the Year in 2008. He also has coaching experince at the club level. He has coached for six years at the Toledo Celtics Soccer Club. He has instructed boys aged 8-18 with

primary focus being the under-15 through under-18 teams leading them to numerous regional and tournament titles. His playing career spans 25 years including time with the Toledo Celtics where his teams finished fifth at the 1996 Dana Cup in Denmark and ninth at the 1996 Gothia Cup in Sweden. On the collegiate level, Brazeau played at Ohio Wesleyan before continuing his education at the University of Toledo. He has a bachelor’s degree from UT in Interdisciplinary Studies and is currently working towards a master’s degree.

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Senior Goalie 6-2 / 195 Temperance, Mich.

Junior Defense 6-0 / 150 Ypsilanti, Mich.

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2009 (Junior): Started all 20 games in goal for the Bulldogs…awarded team Co-MVP…had six shutouts and led the MIAA in total saves with 106 and saves per game…recorded a season-high 10 saves against Calvin on September 25…had a career best 1.26 goals-against average and a .794 save percentage...logged a career-high 1,931 minutes in net. 2008 (Sophomore): Made 18 starts at goalie for the Bulldogs...ended the season with a 5-13 record in goal...held a 2.13 goals-against average and a .699 save percentage...logged 1,563 minutes in net...made 86 saves... recorded a season-high 10 saves against Trine on November 1. 2007 (Freshman): Played in five games and made four starts in goal... posted a 1-3 record and made 18 saves...registered a .621 save percentage and a 2.89 goals-against average...logged a total of 342 minutes in net... picked up his lone win versus Bluffton on September 1...had a season-high six saves in 90 minutes against Kalamazoo on October 27. Personal: Majoring in business management...born in Sylvania, Ohio on February 13, 1989...son of Wayne and Lori Pavlika...attended Bedford High School...named All-District, All-Region, All-County and All-Conference as a senior...named team MVP and set a record for shutouts (9) as a senior.

2009 (Sophomore): Played in all 20 games, including 17 starts during his second season with Adrian…awarded the Most Improved Player…took six shots…had three shots on goal. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 15 games...scored two goals to earn four points...took nine shots on the season...four shots on goal...scored a goal against Defiance on September 14...recorded a goal against Kalamazoo on October 22. Personal: Majoring in business marketing...born in Ypsilanti, Michigan on October 25, 1990...son of Brian and Julie Bush...attended Lincoln High School...earned three varsity letters in soccer...All-District honorable mention in 2006-07...named Second Team All-Conference.

Jamie Brower Sophomore Defense 5-10 / 170 Maumee, Ohio

Ben Enser Senior Midfield 5-7 / 150 Dunkirk, N.Y.

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2009 (Junior): Played in 13 games including two starts during his third season with the Bulldogs…won the Coaches Award…scored two goals for the black and gold…goal against Hope on October 7 led team to a 1-1 tie… his other goal was a game-winner against Trine on October 27...took nine shots, with three on goal. 2008 (Sophomore): Played in 13 games with six starts...made one assist to earn one point...took four shots on the season...two shots on goal... recorded an assist against Defiance on September 14. 2007 (Freshman): Played in 19 games and made 16 starts...ranked fourth on the team with five points...scored two goals...had the game-winning goal at Anderson on September 15...scored a goal at Alma on September 19... tallied a total of 12 shots and six shots on goal. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Dunkirk, New York on November 29, 1988...son of James and Diane Enser...attended Dunkirk High School...earned four letters in soccer and track...named First Team All Conference his junior and senior season...member of the National Honor Society.

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Alex Pavlika

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2009 (Freshman): Started all 20 games as a freshman for the black and gold…tallied two goals and two assists, including an assist on the gamewinner on November 7 against Albion…scored his first career goal in the first game of the year against Baldwin-Wallace. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Toledo, Ohio on May 3, 1991... son of Pam Brower...attended Maumee High School...named 2nd team AllDistrict.

Billy Cremeans Sophomore Forward 6-1 / 165 Portage, Mich.

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2009 (Freshman): Played in 17 games including 16 starts during his freshman season with the black and gold…scored one goal while assisting on three…took the second-most shots on the team with 53, including a team high 23 shots on goal…scored his first career goal on October 3 against Trine…assisted on the double-overtime winning goal on September 29 against Kalamazoo. Personal: Son of Tim Cremeans and Patti Elliott...attended Portage Northern High School.

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Max Von Hatten

Sophomore Midfield 5-10 / 145 Ridge Point, Ohio

Sophomore Defense 6-0 / 175 St. Clair Shores, Mich.

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2009 (Freshman): Started in 19 games in his first season will the Bulldogs… scored two goals, including an overtime winner in the last game of the season against Albion…took 25 shots on the season...13 shots on goal... scored his first career goal on September 4 against Earlham College…was second on the team in points with eight, while leading the team with four assists, each to a different player. Personal: Majoring in business administration...born in Toledo, Ohio on October 4, 1990...son of Ken Armstrong and Elizabeth Hughes...attended Anthony Wayne High School.

Sophomore Forward 5-11 / 145 Toronto, Ont.

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2009 (Freshman): Started all 20 games as a freshman…led the team and tied for the regular season conference lead with eight goals scored, including three game-winners...took 59 shots on the season...22 shots on goal...scored the winning goal in double-overtime on September 29 against Kalamazoo…awarded Team Co-MVP…named All-MIAA Second Team… won MIAA Offensive Player of the Week during week #2 after scoring two goals against Goshen College and again in week #6 when he had a hat trick against Alma. Personal: Majoring in international business with a minor in marketing... born in Toronto, Ontario on August 22, 1991...son of Marsha Thompson... attended Archbishop Romero...played for the Toronto Lynx Jr. Academy.

Justin McCurbin Sophomore Midfield 5-11 / 165 Toronto, Ont.

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2009 (Freshman): Started all 20 games as a freshman…tallied two goals, including one on the teams only penalty kick on October 1 against Baldwin-Wallace…scored a goal on October 21 against Calvin…had 38 shot attempts, with 11 shots on goal. Personal: Majoring in physical education...born in Toronto, Ontario on December 14, 1991...son of Andrew and Heather McCurbin...attended Northview Heights...helped his soccer club post an 18-2 overall record.

Travis Smith Sophomore Midfield 6-0 / 170 Ypsilanti, Mich.

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2009 (Freshman): played in 14 games, including nine starts in his first season at Adrian…took six shots, with three on goal. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Ypsilanti on August 24, 1991... son of Michael and Suzanne Smith...attended Lincoln High School...named All-Conference in 2008...helped his team reach the district finals in 2009.

Akintunde Oluwadare Freshman Midfield 6-0 / 160 Ypsilanti, Mich.

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Personal: Plans to major in education...born in Ypsilanti, Michigan on August 17, 1991...son of Akinbambo Oluwadare and Nancy Fredrick... attended Ann Arbor Huron High School...was named Most Improved Player in 2009...volunteered at a local women’s shelter.

Marcus Derrick-Huie Freshman Midfield 5- 7/ 155 Mississauga, Ont.

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Personal: Plans to major in broadcasting…was born in Mississauga, Ontario on May 21, 1991…son of Anthony Huie and Angela Derrick-Huie… attended Clarkson High School…named Athlete of the Year all four years.

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2009 (Freshman): Participated in six games, getting the start in two for the black and gold…took one shot on goal for the season...took his only shot of the season on October 27 against Trine. Personal: Undecided on a major...born in Detroit, Michigan on January 10, 1991...son of Dennis and Carol Von Hatten...attended Lakeview High School...named All-District in 2007 and 2008...All-League selection in 2008...helped his team win two district championships.

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SOCCER Vince Behnke

Freshman Defense 5-10 / 170 Brook Park, Ohio

Freshman Defense 6-1 / 160 Augusta, Mich.

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Personal: Plans to major in biology (pre-pharmacy)...born in Brook Park, Ohio on April 8, 1991...son of Brian and Nancy McCarthy...was a four-year letterwinner in soccer at Midpark High school...named All-Southwestern Conference, All-Greater Cleveland and to the All-Greater Cleveland All Star Team in 2009...set a school record for goals in a career...in 2008 was named All-Sun News - Southwest, All-Conference Honorable mention, AllGreater Cleveland honorable mention...also lettered four years in track and swimming...was a member of the Conference winning 4x800 relay team in 2008...awarded OHSAA Scholar Athlete Award, Academic All-Ohio for Soccer, State Board of Education Award of Merit, and Southwestern Conference Athlete Scholar...spends time volunteering with the Red Cross and coaching youth soccer.

Personal: Plans to major in accounting...born in Battle Creek, Michigan on June 4, 1992...son of Mac and Susan Behnke...attended Gull Lake High School...named First Team All-Conference and First team All-District...also participated in track.

Wyatt Johnson Freshman Defense 5- 7/ 145 Elizabethtown, Ky

Jerelle Gosling Freshman Defense 6-2 / 170 Mississauga, Ont.

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Personal: Plans to major in pre-health…was born in Oceanside, California on September 23, 1992…son of Bob Johnson and Debbie Johnson… attended Elizabethtown Senior High School…volunteered with TOPS Soccer.

Mitch Aguilera Freshman Midfield 6-2 / 150 Crown Point, Ind.

Personal: Plans to major in physics/chemistry…born in Mississauga, Ontario on May 12, 1990…son of Sophia Gosling…attended John Cabot High School.

Morgan Copeland Freshman Forward 6-0 / 190 Mississauga, Ont.

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Personal: Majoring in sociology…was born in Mississauga, Ontario on July 1, 1990…son of Morgan and Danelle Copeland…attended St. Josephs High School… volunteered for a youth soccer upward camp.

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Personal: Majoring in graphic design with a minor in business...born in Hammond, Indiana on May 24, 1992...son of Greg and Debbie Aguilera... attended Boone Grove High School...helped his team to conference titles from ’07-’09, an undefeated season in ’08 and an NISC title in ’09…member of the 2009 2A All-Star team…named First Team All Conference ‘07-’09… named PCC MVP in ’08 and ’09…named Team MVP in 2009…awarded 2009 F.S.C.A. Top Team Player...has spent time volunteering with Project Care.

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Korey Pavlika

Quinton Wallace

Freshman Defense/Goalie 6-0 / 170 Temperance, Mich.

Freshman Midfield 5-11 / 145 Fort Wayne, Ind.

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Personal: Plans to major in pre-physical therapy...born in Bedford, Michigan on March 6, 1992...son of Wayne and Lori Pavlika...attended Bedford High School...was also on the wrestling team that finished state runner-up in 2008.

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Personal: Plans to major in elementary education...born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on November 7, 1991...son of Mark and Cassy Wallace...played at Carroll High School.

Matt Plawecki Freshman Midfield 6-0 / 165 Griffith, Ind.

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Personal: Plans to major in pre-physical therapy...born in Griffith, Indiana on January 7, 1992...son of Ron and Melinda Plawecki...attended Griffith High School...named Second Team All-District…helped his team to the 2008 Sectional title and 2009 team to the Sectional finals...named All-NCC Conference in ’07-’09, All-District Indiana in ’08 and ’09 and named AllState Indiana honorable mention in 2009.

Keegan Standring Freshman Forward 5-10 / 160 Guelph, Ont.

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Personal: Plans to major in criminology…born in Guelph, Ontario on November 8, 1991…son of Ken and Cathy Standring…attended Our Lady of Lourdes High School.

Anthony Koterba Freshman Forward 5- 11/ 155 Plymouth, Mich.

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ALL-TIME RECORDS Year 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 29 Years

W 3 4 6 4 4 4 3 6 4 2 1 1 0 1 2 3 2 3 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 2 3 3 4

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Personal: Plans to major in business…born in Detroit, Michigan on August 16, 1992…son of Tony and Cathy Koterba...attended Orchard Lake St. Mary’s High School…named to All-League, All-Catholic, All-District teams as a junior and senior…named Offensive Player of the Year senior year.

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League L T Finish 9 0 6th 8 0 t-5th 4 1 4th 8 0 5th 8 0 6th 8 0 5th 7 2 5th 6 0 4th 5 3 4th 9 1 6th 10 1 t-6th 11 0 t-6th 12 0 7th 10 1 6th 10 0 7th 9 0 t-5th 10 0 7th 11 0 7th 11 0 7th 11 0 7th 12 0 7th 12 0 7th 11 0 7th 12 0 7th 12 0 t-7th 8 4 7th 10 1 7th 11 0 t-6th 7 3 7th 17

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W 3 4 8 8 7 5 3 8 8 6 3 2 1 4 6 7 6 4 5 3 0 1 2 4 4 2 5 5 7

Overall L T 14 0 13 0 9 1 9 1 9 3 13 0 10 2 12 0 8 3 11 2 14 2 18 0 15 0 15 1 12 0 13 0 13 0 14 0 14 0 14 0 17 1 18 0 17 0 14 2 15 1 14 4 13 1 14 0 10 3

131 382

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Coach Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Phil Hughes Hans Berkhof Hans Berkhof Hans Berkhof Hans Berkhof Hans Berkhof Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Dennis Marks Dennis Marks Dennis Marks Dennis Marks Dennis Marks Dennis Marks Dennis Marks Jeff Rosenbrook Jeff Rosenbrook Jeff Rosenbrook Sam Skeels Evan Himes Evan Himes Evan Himes Evan Himes Chris LeFevre .268


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SOCCER 2009 Adrian College Men's Soccer Adrian College Combined Team Statistics (End of Season) All games

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Date Sep 1 Sep 4 Sep 5 Sep 11 Sep 12 Sep 16 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 29 Oct 3 Oct 7 Oct 10 Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 21 Oct 24 Oct 27 Oct 31 Nov 4 Nov 7

Opponent at Baldwin-Wallace at Earlham College at Anderson vs Goshen College vs Manchester College SIENA HEIGHTS UNIV. OLIVET COLLEGE CALVIN at Kalamazoo College at Trine University HOPE COLLEGE ALMA COLLEGE at Albion College at Olivet College at Calvin KALAMAZOO COLLEGE TRINE UNIVERSITY at Hope College at Alma College ALBION COLLEGE

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 7-10-3 4-7-3 3-3-0

W L L W W L L W L W L L L W L L W

Score 3-1 1-2 0-1 2-0 2-1 1-2 0-2 0-0 1-0 1-2 1-1 4-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 1-2 1-0 0-6 0-1 1-0

Att. 345 140 350 30 50 157 134 203 75 207 198 91 77 85 75 73 53 402 65 109

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OPP

20-284 1.00 .070 110-284 .387 14.2 111 1-1

27-308 1.35 .088 136-308 .442 15.4 102 3-3

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1018 8/127 2/40

1821 10/182

HOME 3-3-2 3-2-2 0-1-0 ##

Player

7 6 4 9 10 12 8 13 11 5 17 14 2 15 19 3 1

Cazz Warren Aaron Armstrong Jamie Brower Billy Cremeans Justin McCurbin Ben Enser LaTwayne Anderson Brad Stempky Nate Bauer Dillon Wilde Travis Smith Brian Bush Joey Flater Max Von Hatten Mitch Harris Sean Dillon Alex Pavlika Total Opponents

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AWAY 2-7-1 1-5-1 1-2-0

Goals by Period Adrian College Opponents Shots by Period Adrian College Opponents

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

16 59 .136 22 .373 3 8 25 .080 13 .520 1 6 18 .111 6 .333 0 5 53 .019 23 .434 0 4 38 .053 11 .289 1 4 9 .222 3 .333 1 4 25 .040 8 .320 0 3 19 .053 6 .316 0 2 6 .167 3 .500 1 2 16 .000 7 .438 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 54 284 .070 110 .387 7 76 308 .088 136 .442 10

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8 17

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GAAvg Saves

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Saves by Period Adrian College Opponents

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2nd

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1st

2nd

OT

OT2

126 120 138 133

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Fouls by Period Adrian College Opponents

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2009 STATISTICS

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

Pct

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Sho

106 .797 7-10-3 109 .801 7-10-3 90 .818 10-7-3

5 5 6

Total 20 27 Total 284 308 Total 109 90 Total 111 102 Total 260 294

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ADRIAN COLLEGE Adrian College evolved from a theological institute founded by the Wesleyan Methodist denomination at Leoni, Michigan, a small town east of Jackson, in 1845. In 1855 this institute united with the Leoni Seminary, a Methodist Protestant institution, to establish Michigan Union College.

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Legend states that members of the College became concerned about the environment at Leoni, which was nicknamed “Whiskey Town.” In 1859, this concern and other circumstances made it advisable to relocate or close. In the same year, Dr. Asa Mahan, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Adrian and a well-known educator, was encouraged by citizens of the community to establish a college. Mahan had served as the first president of Oberlin College and, before that, as an officer of Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Mahan and his colleagues invited the officials and supporters of the closing Michigan Union College to join in establishing the new college at Adrian. After the invitation was accepted, the story says, the library holdings were loaded on an ox-cart in March 1859, and transported 60 miles to the new campus site on the west side of Adrian. On March 28, 1859, Adrian College was chartered by the Michigan legislature as a degreegranting institution with Dr. Mahan as its first president. Through a series of consolidations and denomination unifications, the College has maintained its relationship with The United Methodist Church. For almost 100 years, the campus consisted of several brick buildings stretching along Madison Street. Most of today’s campus was woods and fields. In the mid-1950s, the College, encouraged by the generosity of Ray W. Herrick, embarked in a building program that established the basis for the current campus. Today, when students walk in the area bounded on the east by Madison Street and edged by Downs Hall, Valade Hall, Cornelius House and Herrick Tower, they tread on the same ground that students hurried across in 1859 as they rushed to classes, meals and social events. Now, however, the campus consists of 100 acres, over 20 academic and service buildings and 10 residence halls, plus apartments and themed housing.

ADRIAN COLLEGE NAMED MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOL Adrian College is pleased to announce that it is included in today’s release of G.I. Jobs 2011 list of Military Friendly Schools. The list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools which are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. “Adrian College is honored to be selected as a Military Friendly School,” said Dr. Jeffrey Docking, president of Adrian College. “While our efforts to assist veterans are small compared to their efforts to defend our country, we appreciate being recognized as a college that believes in patriotism and service to our country.” Schools on the list range from state universities and private colleges to community colleges and trade schools. The common bond is their shared priority of recruiting students with military experience.

QUICK FACTS Facilities: Twenty-one buildings including residence halls that feature voice mail, internet and cable TV access in all student rooms; a 24-hour student center; a planetarium; an observatory; the Merillat Sport & Fitness Center; multi-sport performance stadium; Arrington Ice Arena, and Shipman Library. Student/faculty ratio: 13:1 Faculty: The faculty is dedicated to teaching excellence, and 88 percent hold the highest degree in their field.

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JEFFREY R. DOCKING PRESIDENT OF ADRIAN COLLEGE

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“Great things are happening here, and I would love for you to become a part of it. I am a firm believer that small liberal arts colleges like this one offer the best undergraduate education available and we at Adrian are determined to achieve excellence in this endeavor.

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I invite you to discover more about what can happen for you here. Learn about our small classes, about our devoted faculty who put students first, and about our dedication to helping you prepare for success.

QUICK FACTS Financial aid: More than 85 percent of students receive some form of financial aid of scholarships, loans, grants, and work study programs, or a combination of these. Extracurricular: Over 60 clubs and organizations and activities, including: theatre, music, performance groups, intramural athletics, student government, publications, sororities and fraternities, religious groups and honorary societies.

This is a place where you will discover your potential, and where you will leave your personal mark. If you become involved in all that Adrian has to offer, I am convinced that you will not only acquire the knowledge and skills for success well beyond college, but you will also find these next four years to be the most enjoyable and gratifying in your life.” Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking, 17th president of Adrian College, earned a doctorate in social ethics from Boston University, a Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. He became president July 2005. Before coming to Adrian, he held positions at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Penn., most recently as vice president and special assistant to the president, and as vice president of student affairs and dean of student affairs. He also has experience teaching and working in residence life. He and his wife Elizabeth have four children.

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ADRIAN COLLEGE SOCCER Sept. 28 Oct. 23

Albion

Alma

Calvin

Britons

Scots

Knights

7:00 pm 2:30 pm

Home Away

Oct. 12 Nov. 6

MIAA CONFERENCE

Home Away

Sept. 22 Oct. 16

Location .....................Alma, Mich. Head Coach .............Josh Oakley 2009 Record ......................2-15-3 2009 MIAA Record ........... 1-12-1 MIAA Finish .............................8th SID ..........................Mike Hanson Phone ....................989-463-7114 Email ..............hanson@alma.edu Website ...........alma.edu/athletics

Location ...................Albion, Mich. Head Coach .............. Jerry Block 2009 Record ......................8-11-1 2009 MIAA Record ..............6-7-1 MIAA Finish .............................5th SID ..............................Bobby Lee Phone ....................517-629-0434 Email .................blee@albion.edu Website .............albion.edu/sports

Oct. 1 Oct. 26

6:00 pm 2:30 pm

Away Home

Location .......Grand Rapids, Mich. Head Coach ...........Chris Hughes 2009 Record ......................18-5-3 2009 MIAA Record ............10-3-1 MIAA Finish .............................1st SID ..............................Jeff Febus Phone ....................616-526-6169 Email ..............jfebus@calvin.edu Website .............calvin.edu/sports

Hope

Kalamazoo

Olivet

Trine

Flying Dutchmen

Hornets

Comets

Thunder

7:00 pm 7:00 pm

Home Away

Location .................Holland, Mich. Head Coach ..............Steve Smith 2009 Record ......................13-4-3 2009 MIAA Record ..............9-2-3 MIAA Finish ............................2nd SID ...........................Tom Renner Phone ....................616-395-7860 Email ...............renner@hope.edu Website ...........hope.edu/athletics

Oct. 6 Oct. 30

4:00 pm 2:30 pm

Away Home

Location ...........Kalamazoo, Mich. Head Coach .............Chris Adrian 2009 Record ........................7-9-2 2009 MIAA Record ..............7-6-1 MIAA Finish .............................4th SID .........................Steve Wideen Phone ....................269-337-7287 Email ............swideen@kzoo.edu Website ...............kzoo.edu/sports

2009 MIAA Final Standings League Overall Team W L T W L Calvin* 10 3 1 18 5 Hope 9 2 3 13 4 Olivet 7 4 3 11 6 Kalamazoo 7 6 1 7 9 Albion 6 7 1 8 11 Trine 5 8 1 8 11 Adrian 4 7 3 7 10 Alma 1 12 1 2 15 * MIAA Champion - Calvin

Oct. 9 Nov. 3

2:30 pm 7:00 pm

Location ......................Olivet, Mich. Head Coach ...........Chad Wiseman 2009 Record .........................11-6-3 2009 MIAA Record .................7-4-3 MIAA Finish ...............................3rd SID ............................Geoff Henson Phone .......................269-749-7602 Email ..ghenson@olivetcollege.edu Website ..olivetcollege.edu/athletics

T 3 3 3 2 1 1 3 3

Sept. 25 Oct. 20

2:30 pm 4:00 pm

Away Home

Location ....................Angola, Ind. Head Coach ..............Mike Ferrell 2009 Record ......................8-11-1 2009 MIAA Record ..............5-8-1 MIAA Finish .............................6th SID ........................Dean Jackson Phone ....................260-665-4446 Email ........... jacksond@trine.edu Website .....trine.edu/trineathletics

All-MIAA First Team Ethan Felsing, Olivet, Dane Carey, Kalamazoo, Mike May, Olivet, Alex McKenzie, Calvin, Matt Garza, Olivet, Luke Holtrop, Calvin, Dan Kmetz, Calvin, Saab Schwiebert, Hope, Shaun Groetsema, Hope, John Herbert, Hope, Greg Snapper, Calvin, Kyle Wulf, Albion All-MIAA Second Team Logan Neil, Hope, Jeff Ekdom, Hope, Scott Hooker, Calvin, CAZZ WARREN, ADRIAN, Femi Adediji, Trine, Justin Bailey, Hope, Chris Harrison, Hope,Garrett Kuhlman, Albion, Ben Darling, Kalamazoo, Matt Manning, Olivet, Dan Nederhoed, Calvin, Lucas Wilgenburg, Calvin Defensive Player of the Week Week #1 - John Herbert, Hope Week #2 - Greg Snapper, Calvin Week #3 - Jimmy Nieman, Albion Week #4 - Shaun Groetsema, Hope Week #5 - Lucas Wilgenburg, Calvin Week #6 - Kyle Wulf, Albion Week #7 - Ben Darling, Kalamazoo Week #8 - Greg Snapper, Calvin, and Justin Bailey, Hope Week #9 - Shaun Groetsema, Hope Week #10 - Ethan Felsing, Olivet

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Most Valuable Player - Greg Snapper, Calvin Dr. Marvin Zuidema Award - Michael Holwerda, Calvin

Offensive Player of the Week Week #1 - James Heuker, Olivet Week #2 - Cazz Warren, Adrian Week #3 - Kurt Van Sickel, Calvin and Mike May, Olivet Week #4 - Mike May, Olivet Week #5 - Femi Adediji, Trine Week #6 - Alex McKenzie, Calvin, and Cazz Warren, Adrian Week #7 - Rudy Cantrell, Trine Week #8 - Dane Carey, Kalamazoo Week #9 - Jon Cannell, Albion and Matt Manning, Olivet Week #10 - Brad Heethuis, Calvin

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