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RUTGERS PLAYS TOP LEVEL COMPETITION YEAR IN AND YEAR OUT In addition to the highly-competitive BIG EAST Conference schedule, Rutgers takes on some of the best opponents the nation has to offer each season. Head Coach Dan Donigan has pledged to continue this trend as the Scarlet Knights scrimmaged against the New York Red Bulls of the MLS. He will continue to make upgrades to the schedule, hosting and traveling to face college soccer’s top squads.

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taBLE OF CONtENtS Table of Contents ...................................................................................................15 Media Information ..................................................................................................16 Coaching Staff ..........................................................................................................21 Head Coach Dan Donigan ..................................................................................22 Assistant Coaches .................................................................................................25 Assistant Coaches/Support Staff..................................................................26 Scarlet Knights ........................................................................................................27 2012 Roster ............................................................................................................44 Season Review .........................................................................................................45 Game-by-Game Recaps .......................................................................................46 2011 Season Statistics ......................................................................................48 Records & Results.................................................................................................49 Career Records ......................................................................................................50 Single-Season Records ........................................................................................51 Year-by-Year Leaders ...........................................................................................52 Year-by-Year Results ............................................................................................54 Series vs. Opponents ............................................................................................58 NCAA Tournament Matches ............................................................................62 BIG EAST Tournament Matches .....................................................................65 History & Tradition.................................................................................................68 Retired Jerseys .......................................................................................................70 Olympic Sports Hall of Fame Inductees .......................................................71 All-Americans ...........................................................................................................72 Annual Award Winners .......................................................................................74 All-Region Selections .............................................................................................75 Rutgers and the U.S. National Team ............................................................76 All-Time Letterwinners .........................................................................................77 Yurcak Field Records............................................................................................80 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey ............................................81 President Richard L. McCormick ....................................................................82 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Tim Pernetti ..................................83 A Brief History..........................................................................................................84 Rutgers at a Glance ..............................................................................................85 Athletic Department Staff ..................................................................................86

The 2012 Rutgers Soccer Media Guide was published by the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics, Tim Pernetti. Credits Editor: Hasim Phillips Design and Layout: Kevin Revoir Editorial Assistance: Chris Oliver, Ryan Miller, Jared Miller Photo Credits Patti Banks, Tom Ciszek, Jim O’Connor, Larry Levanti, Joe Campbell, Rutgers Athletics, Rutgers University Archives. Special thanks to the PR offices of the Columbus Crew, LA Galaxy, Kansas City Wizards, Garrett Elwood/Colorado Rapids, Chicago Fire, Juan Miranda/Chivas USA for assistance. Special thanks to the members of the BIG EAST Communications Office for their assistance.

2012 RUTGERS SOCCER SCHEDULE AUGUST Tues. 14 Sat. 18 Fri. 24 Fri. 31

COLGATE (Exhibition) Northwestern (Exhibition) FORDHAM vs. Southern Illinois – Edwardsville@

SEpTEMbER Sun. 2 Sat. 8 Fri. 14 Sat. 22 Wed. 26 Sat. 29

at Creighton@ at Princeton COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON at Georgetown* CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE LOUISVILLE*

3:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

OCTObER Wed. 3 Sat. 6 Tues. 9 Fri. 12 Wed. 17 Sat. 20 Wed. 24

at Syracuse* at USF* at Maryland DEpAUL* ST. JOHN’S* at Cincinnati* VILLANOVA*

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

7 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m.

Home games in bOLD CApS *denotes BIG EAST match All times Eastern and subject to change Location: ......................................................................................Piscataway, N.J. Enrollment: .................................................................................................43, 386 Founded: ........................................................................................................... 1766 president: ............................................................................Dr. Robert L. Barchi Athletic Director: ............................................................................Tim Pernetti Conference: .............................................................................................. BIG EAST Nickname: ..................................................................................... Scarlet Knights Color: ................................................................................................................Scarlet Stadium: ............................................................................. Yurcak Field (5,000) Surface: ......................................................................................... Grass (Lighted) press box phone: ................................................................. (732) 445-6290 Head Coach: ................................................ Dan Donigan (Connecticut, 93) Overall Record: ...................................................... 132-60-28 (11 seasons) Record at Rutgers: ....................................................................... Third season Assistant Coach: ................................................................................. Dave Beck Assistant Coach: ............................................................................Brian Grazier 2011 Overall Record: .............................................................................. 10-7-4 2011 bIG EAST Record/Finish: .....................6-1-2/2nd Red Division Starters Ret./Lost: ........................................................................................ 6/5 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: ........................................................................ 9/10 Newcomers: .......................................................................................................... 13 Soccer SID: ..................................................................................... Hasim Phillips SID phone: ............................................................................... (732) 445-7882 SID Cell: ...................................................................................... (732) 470-9457 SID Fax: ...................................................................................... (732) 445-3063 SID Email: ..........................................................hphillips@scarletknights.com Website: ..................................................................... www.scarletknights.com

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ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Hasim Phillips Assistant Director, Athletic Communications Office: 732-445-4200 Cell: 732-470-9457 Office Fax: 732-445-3063 E-mail: hphillips@scarletknights.com

pRESS SERVICES The Athletic Communications Office will provide NCAA box scores and scoring summaries approximately 15 minutes after the game. Up-to-date statistics as well as post-game notes will be available approximately 30 minutes after the game. All information will also be posted on the Rutgers web site at www.scarletknights.com following the match. GAME COVERAGE We ask that you call in advance if you plan to cover the game in person. Seating within the press box is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. Postgame filing can be done from the Yurcak Field press box, which is well-equipped with phone lines. INTERVIEW REqUESTS Player interviews are to be arranged through Hasim Phillips. Please try to give as much advance notice so that a convenient time can be arranged for both the student-athlete and the member of the media. Coach Reasso is normally available in his office after morning practice. The team traditionally practices every morning from 8:30-10:30 and players are available following practice. bIG EAST NOTES, STATS, pLAyERS OF THE WEEk:

The BIG EAST Conference will announce its player, goalkeeper and rookie of the week on Monday afternoons during the season. At that time, up-to-date notes, statistics and standings will be available on the BIG EAST web site at www.bigeast.org As always, fans can catch several Rutgers soccer games on television this fall. Log on to the Scarlet Knights’ official athletic website for air dates of select Rutgers contests. The Rutgers soccer team receives some of the top media coverage in the country. The Scarlet Knights are consistently featured in many of the state’s newspapers and on a number of regional television broadcast during the season. In addition, WRSU, Rutgers’ student radio station, broadcasts numerous regular-season games and covers all of Rutgers’ postseason contests. Fans can also tune into WRSU games through the Rutgers Athletic Web Site on a game-by-game basis at:

www.scarletknights.com

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pRINT MEDIA Asbury park press Kevin Steimle, Sports Editor 3601 Highway 66 Neptune, N.J. 07754 (732) 643-4077 FAX#: (732) 643-4012 Atlantic City press Mark Melhorn, Sports Editor 22 Devins Lane Pleasantville, N.J. 08232 (609) 272-7180 FAX#: (609) 272-7191 burlington County Times Wayne Richardson, Sports Editor US Route 130 Willingboro, N.J. 08046 (609) 871-8060 FAX#: (609) 871-0490 Courier News Jack Genung, Sports Editor 1201 Route 22 Bridgewater, N.J. 08807 (908) 707-3157 FAX: (908) 707-3273 Gloucester County Times Shawn Leary, Sports Editor 309 South Broad Street Woodbury, N.J. 08096 (856) 686-3633 FAX#: (856) 853-4812 Herald & News Jeff Roberts, Sports Editor One Garret Mountain Plaza; CN 473 West Paterson, NJ 07424-0473 (973) 569-7070 FAX#: (973) 569-7114 Home News & Tribune Jack Genung, Sports Editor 35 Kennedy Blvd. East Brunswick, N.J. 08816 (732) 246-5500 X7231 FAX#: (732) 565-7209 Jersey Journal Angela Daidone, Sports Editor 30 Journal Square Jersey City, N.J. 07306 (201) 217-2592 FAX#: (201) 653-2243 Morristown Daily Record Frank DiLeo, Sports Editor 629 Parsippany Road PO Box 217 Parsippany, N.J. 07054 (973) 428-6670 FAX#: (973) 428-6680 The Star-Ledger Tom Bergeron, Sports Editor Star-Ledger Plaza Newark, N.J. 07101 (973) 392-4231 FAX#: (973) 932-5845

Soccer America 1144 65th Street, Suite F Oakland, Calif. 94608 (510) 420-3640 FAX# (510) 420-3655

TELEVISION Comcast SportsNet 3601 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa. 19148 (215) 336-3500 FAX #: (215) 952-5953

New york Daily News Leon Carter, Sports Editor 450 West 33rd Street New York, N.Y. 10001 (212) 210-2100 FAX#: (212) 643-7845

CN8 Jon Gurevich, Sports Director 1357 S. Columbus Blvd. Philadelphia, Pa. 19147 (215) 285-6717 FAX #: (215) 468-7940

New york post Greg Gallo, Sports Editor 1211 Avenue of the Americas 10th Floor New York, N.Y. 10036 (212) 930-8700 FAX#: (212) 930-8727 New york Times Tom Jolly, Sports Editor 229 W. 43rd Street New York, N.Y. 10036 (212) 556-7371 FAX#: (212) 556-5848 philadelphia Inquirer John Quinn Sports Editor 400 N. Broad Street P.O. Box 8263 Philadelphia, Pa. 19101 (215) 854-4550 FAX#: (215) 854-4564 philadelphia Daily News Josh Barnett, Sports Editor 400 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. 19101 (215) 854-5524 FAX#: (215) 854-5700 The Record John Balkum, Sports Editor 150 River Street Hackensack, N.J. 07602 (201) 646-4433 FAX#: (201) 646-4428 Trenton Times Jim Gauger, Sports Editor 500 Perry Street Trenton, N.J. 08605 (609) 989-5744 FAX#: (609) 396-6563 Trentonian Matthew Osbourne, Asst. Sports Editor 600 Perry St. Trenton, N.J. 08618 (609) 989-7800 x164 FAX#: (609) 393-6072 RADIO WCTC Bruce Johnson, Sports Director PO Box 100 New Brunswick, N.J. 08903 (732) 249-2600 FAX#: (732) 249-9414

CbS College Sports Network Chelsea Piers, Pier 62 New York, N.Y. 10011 (212) 342-8700 Fax#: (212) 342-8899 ESpNU 11001Rushmore Dr. Charlotte, N.C. 28277 Phone: (704) 973-5000 Fax#: (704) 973-5090 News 12 New Jersey Kurt Siegelin, Sports Director George Falkowski, Brian DeNovellis 450 Raritan Center Parkway Edison, N.J. 08837 (732) 417-9412 FAX#: (732) 417-1484 WIRE SERVICES Associated press Tom Canavan, Dave Porter 50 Park Place, Suite 800 Newark, N.J. 07102 (973) 642-0151 (800) 645-0036 FAX#: (973) 643-2526 ESpN/Sports Ticker 55 Realty Dr. Suite 200 Cheshire, Conn. 06410 (800) 367-8935 FAX#: (800) 336-0383 CAMpUS MEDIA The Daily Targum (print) Rutgers Student Center New Brunswick, N.J. 08903 (732) 932-7051 FAX#: (732) 246-7299 WRSU-FM (Radio) Rutgers Student Center New Brunswick, N.J. 08903 (732) 932-7800 FAX#: (732) 932-1768 RUTV Network Department of University Relations 96 Davidson Road Piscataway, N.J. 08854-8062 (732) 445-3710 FAX#: (732) 445-5925 INTERNET SITES College Soccer News www.collegesoccernews.com 2136 Armistead Road Tallahassee, Fla. 32308 big Apple Soccer www.bigapplesoccer.com Dylan Butler editorial@bigapplesoccer.com


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2012 OutLOOk Head coach Dan Donigan embarks on his third season at the helm of a program that showed marked improvement in his second year in charge of the Scarlet Knights. The 11-year college coaching veteran led the squad to a Sweet 16 appearance in 2011, its first trip back to the NCAA Tournament since 2006 and best performance since 2001.

Donigan and his coaching staff were recognized with the NSCAA/ Mondo Northeast Region Coach of the Year honors after helping turn in one of the most successful campaigns in recent history. In addition, assistant coach Dave Beck was awarded the NSCAA Assistant Coach of the Year (Northeast Region). The Rutgers coaching staff will be up for the challenge of duplicating its success from a year ago, this time with a far younger squad in tow. This year’s team welcomes 13 newcomers and features 21 players with two years of playing experience or less. Eight veterans dot the Scarlet Knight roster and their leadership will be integral as Donigan continues to establish the tradition of Rutgers soccer. The Scarlet Knights returns their top two scorers in Juan Pablo Correa and Kene Eze. The pair each posted a team-high six goals, while Correa added five assists and Eze CORREA

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chipped in three. Correa concluded his stellar freshman season with a selection to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team and NSCAA Second Team All-Northeast Region honors. Among the group of returns who are poised to contribute are midfielders Robin Brown, Nathan Bruccoleri, Max Moller and Todd Webb as well as defenders Dragan Naumoski and Joe Setchell. Brown, Bruccoleri, Naumoski and Setchell each tallied points last season with Brown recording one assist, while Bruccoleir scored two goals and one assist. Naumoski was third on the squad with three assists and Setchell posted his first career goal in 2011. Anchoring the Scarlet Knight defense will be EZE fifth-year senior goalkeeper Kevin McMullen who had a breakout junior season. McMullen became RU’s regular starter after game two and went on to post a 9-6-4 record, including a career-best three shutouts while also helping Rutgers to a seven-game unbeaten streak to close out the regular season.


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HEAD COACH

DAN DONIGAN In his third season at the helm of the Rutgers men’s soccer program, Dan Donigan is poised to take the Scarlet Knights to new heights and establish a tradition as perennial contenders for NCAA College Cup.

conference and two-time NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year while at Saint Louis, guiding the Billikens to a pair of trips to the quarterfinals in seven NCAA Tournament appearances.

Donigan arrived ‘On the Banks’ after nine successful seasons at Saint Louis University, where he led the Billikens to seven NCAA appearances, including a second round showing at the 2009 tournament.

Donigan began his coaching career as an assistant coach with the University of Connecticut, his alma mater, in 1994. He spent three seasons with the Huskies before joining the Saint Louis staff as an assistant from 1997-2000.

In just his second season at RU, Donigan helped erase a four-year drought as Rutgers earned an at-large bid to the 2001 NCAA Tournament, its first since 2006. The Scarlet Knights did not stop at just qualifying for postseason play, instead the squad made a splash getting past first round opponent Colgate and upsetting No. 4 seed and eighth-ranked Boston College en route to the Sweet 16. The third round matchup with UCLA marked the first Sweet 16 appearance for RU since 2001. After going 1-8-0 in conference action in 2010, the Scarlet Knights responded with the best turnaround in BIG EAST history since the league moved to a 16-member, two-division format in 2005, amassing a 6-2-1 conference record to finish second in the Red Division. In addition to a stellar postseason run, Donigan and his coaching staff also collected some hardware as the group was recognized as the NSCAA Coach of the Year (Northeast region), his third such award. Proving its success was not limited to just play on the field, Rutgers also received the NSCAA College Team Academic Award. Donigan and his staff took over an inexperienced squad in his first season in 2010 and despite the ups and downs of the season, the Scarlet Knights finished one win shy of earning a berth the BIG EAST Tournament. A Hamilton, N.J. native, Donigan posted a 118-42-23 (.708) overall record in nine seasons at Saint Louis. Donigan was a three-time

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While at Saint Louis, Donigan coached seven NSCAA All-Americans, 36 NSCAA All-Region selections and 65 student-athletes who received all-conference (C-USA, A-10) honors. In addition, Donigan has mentored 11 players that garnered conference Player of the Year accolades. Always placing an emphasis on academic excellence, Donigan had a total of four NSCAA Scholar All-Americans, four CoSIDA Academic All-Americans and 14 student-athletes named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team. Donigan also enjoyed great success in helping his former players advance their careers to the professional ranks. During his time, 12 student-athletes have been drafted by Major League Soccer (MLS), five total by the USL and MISL, as well as a number who have played overseas. With over a decade of coaching experience on various levels, Donigan possesses a vast array of knowledge for the game. He holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” coaching license as well as an NSCAA Advanced National Coaching Diploma. In addition to collegiate coaching, Donigan has held posts on the staff of camps and Olympic Development Programs for several years. A member of the USSF national staff of coaches, Donigan is certified to assist with coaching courses. He joined the national staff in 2002, and in 2008, he hosted the Coach It Right Soccer Clinic, a free semi-


COaChiNg StaFF DONIGAN by THE NUMbERS Overall Record: 132-60-28 (.663) in 11 seasons Eight NCAA Tournament appearances At Rutgers: Overall Record: 14-18-5 (.446) in two seasons Conference Record: 7-9-2 (.783) (C-USA 2001-04, A-10 2005-09) At Saint Louis: Overall Record: 118-42-23 (.673) in nine seasons Conference Record: 62-15-6 (.783) (C-USA 2001-04, A-10 2005-09)

nar offered to youth coaches and parents emphasizing the positives of the sport. Donigan carved out quite an illustrious playing career as one of the most heralded collegiate soccer players at the University of Connecticut from 1985-88. He was a three-time All-American and First Team All-New England forward. He also was selected as the BIG EAST Conference Northern Division Player of the Year in his final two seasons. As part of the BIG EAST’s 10-year anniversary in 1991, Donigan was further honored by his selection as the BIG EAST Player of the Decade. Donigan received the adidas Adi Dassler Award as the nation’s “Most Outstanding Senior Soccer Player” in 1988. He also was one of 11 players selected as a 1988 Soccer America MVP, registering team highs of 11 goals and 11 assists while leading UConn to its third NCAA Tournament berth in four seasons. An All-America pick his final three seasons, Donigan was a finalist for Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year honors as a junior and senior. Donigan finished his career at Connecticut with 35 goals and 40 assists for 110 points. In the UConn record book, he ranks sixth in alltime scoring, third in career assists and tied for ninth in career goals. Donigan began playing professionally in 1990. His longest tenure was with the Milwaukee Wave of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL), where he appeared in 92 matches over two stints from 199294, then again from 1996-97. He registered 100 goals with the Wave. Donigan got his start on the professional circuit playing for the Boston Bolts and Penn-Jersey Spirit. He also played outdoor soccer for the Tampa Rowdies, Washington Warthogs and Rockford Raptors. Donigan’s indoor teams included the Wichita Wings, St. Louis Storm, St. Louis Ambush and St. Louis Steamers.

year 2011 2010 2009

School Rutgers Rutgers Saint Louis

Record 10-7-4 4-11-1 15-7-0

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis

12-5-5 12-2-5 13-5-2 9-5-5 9-8-1 15-4-3 15-4-2 18-2-0

postseason BIG EAST Tournament, NCAA Sweet 16 A-10 regular-season/ A-10 tournament champions, NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round A-10 regular-season co-champions C-USA semifinals C-USA champions, NCAA quarterfinalist C-USA champions, NCAA third round C-USA champions, NCAA quarterfinalist

Coach of the year: NSCAA Northeast Region - 2011 NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region – 2007 Atlantic-10 – 2007 Atlantic-10 – 2006 NSCAA Midwest Region - 2003 Conference-USA – 2001 Conference Tournament Championships: Atlantic-10 – 2009 Conference-USA – 2001, 02, 03 player Under Donigan: NSCAA All-Americans (7) NSCAA All-Region Selections (37) All-Conference Selections (68) Conference Player of the Year Honorees (11) NSCAA Scholar All-Americans (4) CoSIDA Academic All-District Team members (14) CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (4) MLS Draft Picks (12) MLS Combine Invitees (14)

Donigan earned a degree in business administration from the University of Connecticut and later completed his master’s degree in higher education at Saint Louis University. Donigan married the former Corey Stephens in 2008 and the couple have two sons, Kaden and Brody.

Scholastically, Donigan attended Steinert High School in Hamilton Township. He scored 34 goals in his senior year, leading Steinert to the Group III State Championship. In 1999, he was named by the Newark Star-Ledger as one of the top 10 New Jersey high school soccer players of the 1980s.

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COaChiNg StaFF aSSiStaNt COaCh daVE BECk

Dave Beck enters his third season as an assistant coach on the Rutgers men’s soccer staff.

aSSiStaNt COaCh BriaN graZiEr

Brian Grazier begins his third season as an assistant coach with the Rutgers men’s soccer coaching staff. Grazier is involved in all facets of the Scarlet Knight program, including recruiting, scheduling, planning and coordinating travel. He also assists with training sessions, leading both the warm up and cool down components during practice and on gameday.

Following one of the most successful campaigns in recent Rutgers history that saw the squad advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, Beck was named the 2011 NSCAA Assistant Coach of the Year for the Northeast Region. Prior to arriving at Rutgers, Beck spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Saint Louis. While with the Billikens his responsibilities included recruiting, on-field training and day-to-day operations of the men’s soccer program.

A former soccer standout for Saint Louis from 2004-07 under head coach Dan Donigan’s tutelage, Grazier spent the 2009 season as a senior graduate manager for the SLU men’s soccer program while pursuing a master’s degree in higher education.

During his tenure with Saint Louis, the Billikens amassed 52 wins and enjoyed four-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. He has coached three All-Americans and six players who went on to be drafted by Major League Soccer.

Following his Billiken playing career, Grazier played professionally for one season with the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer. He was selected in the fourth round (47th overall) of the MLS SuperDraft in 2008.

In 2007, Beck helped construct a recruiting class that was ranked 21st in the nation by CollegeSoccerNews. com. He also played a major role in the recruiting a class ranked 24th in 2008. The Billikens’ 12-member class in 2009 was ranked among the top 10 in the nation by Soccer America. Beck came to Saint Louis after spending six seasons on the coaching staff at NAIA power Lindenwood University in nearby St. Charles, Mo. He was involved in all facets of the Lions’ program including scouting, recruiting and training. The Lions won the 2004 NAIA National Championship and qualified for the NAIA Tournament in 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2005. Beck played two years at Florissant Valley Community College before transferring to Lindenwood to complete his collegiate career. He played professionally in 1999 for the St. Louis Ambush of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL). Beck earned a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Lindenwood.

As a player for SLU, Grazier was a staple in the midfield his junior and senior seasons, appearing in 39 matches while helping the Billikens to a pair of NCAA Tournaments. Grazier, a native of Edwardsville, Ill., was a member of the U.S. Under-17 National Team that participated in the U-17 World Cup qualifier in Guatemala in March 2003. A 2003 Parade Magazine All-America, he also competed in the 2003 McDonald’s All-American game. He earned his high school diploma at the Edison Academic Center while training in Bradenton, Fla.

Beck and his wife, Laura, who played soccer at Saint Louis in 1998 and 1999, have a daughter, Gabriella.

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COaChiNg StaFF aSSiStaNt COaCh mikE rOmEO

SuPPOrt StaFF

Mike Romeo returns for his second season as an assistant on the Rutgers men’s soccer staff. Romeo boasts more than 25 years of coaching experience and will help mentor the Scarlet Knight goalkeepers. Romeo most recently served as the head soccer coach at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison for the past 11 seasons. He was named the 2010 Home News Tribune Area Boy’s High School Soccer Coach of the Year and in 2007, he was awarded the Prep Soccer Boy’s Coach of the Year by the Star-Ledger.

Romeo has developed a unique and insightful approach to training and teaching goalkeepers of all ages and abilities, helping many of his former pupils reach the Division I and professional levels.

kATE HICkEy

CHRIS D’ANDREA

Senior Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Romeo has coached professionally with the Penn-Jersey Spirit of the A-League in 1990 and the United Soccer League’s Central Jersey Riptide in 1998, where he also served as the team’s General Manager. He was appointed head coach of the USL’s New Brunswick Brigade in 2000. On the youth level, he was the head coach of the New Jersey Rovers from 1992 to 1998. The Rovers were winners of four NJYS State Cups, a USYSA Region I Championship and an appearance in the 1997 National Semifinals.

RANDI LARSON

ULy MOLINA

Senior Academic Advisor

Equipment Manager

In addition to coaching on the high school level, Romeo has also served as the boy’s goalkeeper coach for the Players Development Academy (PDA). PDA was ranked as the nation’s fifth-best boy’s youth soccer program in Soccer America magazine’s “Best Boys Clubs of 2010”. Co-director of ExtremeKeepers, Inc., Romeo founded the goalkeeper training academy in 1999 which provides year-round training programs for many of New Jersey’s top youth goalkeepers. He also owned and directed Romeo GK, Inc. from 1990-1999. A native of Metuchen, N.J., Romeo was an All-State and All-County goalkeeper. He was named Most Valuable Player at the 1980 Middlesex County Tournament, helping lead Metuchen High School to the school’s only county championships in 1979 and 1980. He went on to play at Kean University and later spent 12 seasons as a goalkeeper in the Garden State Soccer League (semi-pro) from 1984 to 1995. Romeo currently resides in Westfield, N.J. with his wife Dee Dee and their son Luke.

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ADAM kLINk

Strength & Conditioning

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SCarLEt kNightS

ROBIN BROWN

NATHAN BRUCCOLERI

M • SR. • 6-3 • 185 EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND TYLER JC (TEXAS)

M • SO. • 5-7 • 155 BORDENTOWN, N.J. PENNINGTON SCHOOL

3 2011: Appeared in 15 games in his first season at Rutgers ... earned lone start in season opener against La Salle on Aug. 26 ... recorded first assist as a Scarlet Knight in 3-1 victory over Pittsburgh on Sept. 23 ... connected on a pass to Juan Pablo Correa who scored the opening goal against the Panthers ... converted a penalty kick as RU advanced past Boston College (Nov. 20) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, winning the shootout 4-3.

8 2011: Played in all 21 games, earning starts in 18 ... tallied two goals and one assists (five points) as a center midfielder ... scored first collegiate goal in Scarlet Knight debut, tying the game at 1-1 against La Salle on Aug. 26 ... posted first assist in 3-1 win over Pittsburgh on Sept. 23 ... tallied second goal of the season, adding the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Syracuse on Oct. 20.

prior to Rutgers: Played two seasons at Tyler Junior College in Texas, under head coach Steve Clements ... the Apaches won backto-back National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Championship titles ... compiled a 41-0-1 record while at Tyler Junior College ... two-time Academic All-Region Award recipient ... competed for Berwickshire High School, captaining his squad to the Scottish Cup ... played club ball with Coldstream FC ... served as top goal scorer for his club team in 2007 and 2008 ... parents Stuart and Lesley Brown ... born 11/21/1989.

bROWN CAREER STATS year 2011

Gp-GS 15-1

Goals 0

Assists 1

points 1

GWG 0

prior to Rutgers: Played at the Pennington School for head coach Chad Bridges ... three-time First Team All-Prep selection ... also a three-time First Team All-Area selection ... competed at the U15 National Team camp ... member of ODP State and Regional teams ... captained both his U16 and U18 PDA Academy squads ... parents David and Sarah Bruccoleri ... siblings Evan, Hannah, Marcus and Issac ... born 1/5/1993.

bRUCCOLERI CAREER STATS year 2011

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Gp-GS 21-18

Goals 2

Assists 1

points 5

GWG 1


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JUAN PABLO CORREA

KENE EZE

F • SO. • 6-1 • 175 MONTVILLE, N.J. MONTVILLE

F • JR. • 6-1 • 175 SAYREVILLE, N.J. SAYREVILLE WAR MEMORIAL WILLIAM PATERSON

43 2011: Appeared in and started 20 games ... tied for the team high with six goals and tallied a team-best five assists ... was second on the squad with two game-winning goals ... named to the All-BIG EAST Rookie Team and was a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Second Team All-Northeast Region selection ... RU went 7-1-2 in games in which he scored a point ... tallied at least one point in four-straight games to start the season ... scored a goal in his Scarlet Knights debut, helping RU to a 3-1 win over La Salle on Aug. 26 ... recorded back-to-back assists against Furman on Sept. 2 and in a win at the College of Charleston on Sept. 4 ... helped propel Rutgers to a 3-1 win over Drexel on Sept. 10, scoring the game’s opening goal ... registered his first career two-goal game, including the game-winner as he scored twice in a 3-1 victory over Pittsburgh in the BIG EAST opener on Sept. 23 ... assisted on a goal in the 3-3 draw against Adelphi on Sept. 27 ... recorded assists in back-to-back wins over Cincinnati on Oct. 9 and Villanova on Oct. 12 ... connected on a pass to Nate Bourdeau for the gamewinning goal against the Bearcats ... scored the second-half equalizer against No. 10 Louisville on Oct. 22, resulting in a 1-1 draw ... buried the game-winner as RU defeated Colgate in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 17. prior to Rutgers: Four-year starter at Montville High School for head coach Jonathan Lopuski ... Three-time First Team All-Conference ... NSCAA All-American and Player of the Year New Jersey as a senior ... named ESPN First Team All-State as a senior ... two-time First Team All-County ... two-time Morris County Finals MVP ... two-time Morris County Star Ledger Player of the Year ... MCBSCA Morris County Player of the Year as a senior ... SCANJ All-State North Section II First Team and SCANJ All-State First Team as a senior ... SCANJ Player of the Year North II as a senior ... Daily Record First Team All-Area as a junior and Daily Record Player of the Year as a senior ... First Team All-State Star Ledger as a senior ... Match Fit Academy FC member under head coach John Calcaterra ... named to 2008-09 East Conference U15/16 Starting XI as well as 2009-10 East Conference U17/18 Starting XI ... parents Cesar and Cecilia Correa ... siblings Cesar and Rafael ... born 2/14/1992.

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2011: Appeared in 20 games, earning starts in nine contests ... tied for the team lead with six goals ... added three assists for 15 points (second on the team) ... scored one game-winner... played a cross to Nathan Bruccoleri for the Scarlet Knights’ first goal of the season in the opener against La Salle on Aug. 26 ... scored goals in back-to-back games against College of Charleston on Sept. 4 and Drexel on Sept. 10 ... tallied the game-winner in the 57th minute against the Cougars ... recorded an assist in win over Pittsburgh on Sept. 23 in BIG EAST opener ... single-handedly led Rutgers to a 3-3 draw against Adelphi on Sept. 27, scoring a career-high three goals ... scored game-tying goal in the 65th minute against the Panthers ... tallied an assist on the game-winning goal against Syracuse on Oct. 20 ... scored a goal in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament against Connecticut on Nov. 6. prior to Rutgers: Sophomore transfer who spent freshman season at William Paterson University ... saw action in 20 games, earning seven starts for the Pioneers ... tallied seven goals in his rookie season ... played scholastically at Sayreville War Memorial for head coach Nick Cifelli ... was an ESPN All-American and First Team All-State selection as a senior at Sayreville, posting 34 goals and seven assists … named the Middlesex County Player of the Year as a senior ... was a finalist for New Jersey Gatorade Player of the Year ... his school’s all-time leading scorer, he also was an all-county and all-division pick in 2008 and 2009 … also a Second Team All-State honoree as a junior, he scored 106 career goals … was a member of Match Fit Academy/Chelsea FC ... parents Emmanuel and Edith Eze ... older brother of current Scarlet Knight Olisa Eze ... two other siblings Emeka and Ike ... born 1/21/1992.

CORREA CAREER STATS year 2011

Gp-GS 20-20

Goals 6

Assists 5

points 117

EZE CAREER STATS GWG 2

year 2011

Gp-GS 20-9

Goals 6

Assists 3

points 15

GWG 1

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CONNOR HURFF

KEVIN McMULLEN

M • SO. • 5-8 • 160 SEWELL, N.J. ST. AUGUSTINE PREP

GK • R-SR. • 6-1 • 180 BLACKWOOD, N.J. WASHINGTON TWP. SOUTHERN METHODIST

14 2011: Missed rookie season while recovering from knee surgery ... earned medical redshirt. prior to Rutgers: Played at St. Augustine Prep under head coach Les Heggan ... led the Hermits to a Non-Public A state title ... named NSCAA Regional All-American ... scored three goals, leading his squad to its first-ever South Jersey Coaches Tournament championship ... earned First Team All-State and First Team All-South Jersey as a senior ... received 2010 Press of Atlantic City and Daily Journal Player of the Year awards as a senior ... scored 25 goals during his senior season ... 2008 NJ State and NJ US Club State Champions ... two-time Futsal State Cup Champions ... won Cape-Atlantic Leauge American Conference and South Jersey championships in 2010 ... NJ ODP player ... parents Susan and Scott Hurff ... born 11/22/1992.

1 2011: Played in 20 games, making 19 starts ... entered the second game of the season as a second-half substitute and went on to start the remaining 19 contests ... posted a career best three shutouts with a 9-6-4 record ... recorded a 1.36 goals against average and .711 saves percentage, in addition to ranking sixth in the BIG EAST with 69 saves ... helped RU close out the regular season on a seven-game unbeaten streak going 5-0-2, including contests against three ranked opponents ... picked up his first career shutout in a 1-0 win at DePaul ... registered back-to-back shutouts against No. 11 St. John’s on Oct. 26 and No. 5 USF on Oct. 31 ... stopped a careerhigh 10 shots against the Red Storm ... made four saves against the Bulls ... for his efforts, he was named the BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week and selected to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week ... made two saves in overtime (five total) against No. 8 Boston College as RU went on to win a penalty shootout 4-3. 2010: Played in three games, making starts in two ... made his season debut against Lehigh on Sept. 1 ... recorded 11 saves on the season, including a careerhigh six saves against Delaware on Sept. 10. prior to Rutgers: Transferred to Rutgers in the spring of 2010 after spending first two seasons at Southern Methodist ... redshirted as a freshman in 2008 ... made his collegiate debut for SMU in 2009, playing in three games and making two starts ... made nine saves in a 3-2 win over Tulsa on Oct. 21 ... posted a record of 1-1-1 in 2009 ... three-year letterwinner at Washington Township High School ... helped lead team to school’s first South Jersey Group IV championship ... earned All-State, All-Conference and All-South Jersey honors ... posted 15 shutouts in his senior season, allowing just 0.33 goals per game ... played for FC Delco club team ... captain of first Delco Development Academy U18 team ... club team advanced to state regionals in 2005-06 and 2006-07, and to the State Cup in 2004-05 ... parents Michael and Joan McMullen ... brother Matt ... born 12/10/1989.

year 2008* 2009* 2010 2011 CAREER

MCMULLEN CAREER STATS

Gp-GS Min GA Redshirted 3-2 245:00 6 3-2 221:57 5 20-19 1856:40 28 26-23 2323:37 39

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SVS SVS% W-L-T SHO

2.20 2.03 1.36 1.51

12 .667 1-1-1 1 1.000 0-1-1 69 .711 9-6-4 82 .678 10-8-6

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MAX MOLLER

DRAGAN NAUMOSKI

M • SO. • 5-11 • 160 TULSA, OKLA. BISHOP KELLY

M • SR. • 6-0 • 170 FAIR LAWN, N.J. FAIR LAWN FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON

23 2011: Appeared in seven games as a reserve.

25 2011: Played and started in all 21 games as a defender ... one of only three players to start all 21 games last season (lone returning player to do so) ... tied for third on the squad with three assists ... tallied an assist in the 3-1 win over Drexel on Sept. 10 ... connected on a pass to JP Correa in the 63rd minute leading to the game-winner in the BIG EAST opener against Pittsburgh on Sept. 23 ... helped Rutgers to a 1-1 tie against No. 10 Louisville on Oct. 22 as he assist the equalizer in the 52nd minute. 2010: Appeared in 14 games, making 11 starts ... tallied one assist on the season ... helped lead Rutgers to a 2-1 victory over the Hartford Hawks on Sept. 19, assisting on the game-winner.

prior to Rutgers: Played for head coach Donivan Bradshaw ... scored 75 goals and tallied 50 assists in four seasons ... helped guide team to three State Championships in 2009-11 ... named to the All-Tournament team three times at the BK Invitational ... also received the MVP award at the invitational ... two-time All-District 5A East Region selection ... was named the BK MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... earned the BK Golden Boot Award in 2010 and 2011 ... 2011 Oklahoma finalist for Gatorade Player of the Year ... selected ESPN Rise top player in 2010 for Oklahoma ... three-time First Team Tulsa World All Metro selection ... named All Metro Player of the Year in 2011 ... played club ball for Tulsa Soccer Club (TSC) 93 Red ... five-time State Champions, three-time Premier League west Regional League Champions ... parents David and Krisann Moller ... sister Aubrey ... born 8/26/1992.

MOLLER CAREER STATS year 2011

Gp-GS 7-0

Goals 0

Assists 0

points 0

GWG 0

prior to Rutgers: Transferred to Rutgers in 2010 after playing freshman season at Fairleigh Dickinson ... appeared in 15 games for the Knights, making seven starts ... scored a goal in a 5-1 win over Central Connecticut State ... played scholastically at Fair Lawn, where he was a four-year varsity member ... named to All-Bergen County team senior year, after recording 25 goals and five assists ... two-time All-League honoree ... earned All-State honors as a senior ... also played club ball with New York Red Bull from U14 to U18, serving as team captain on the U16 squad which competed at the U17 Copa Quixote in Spain ... was a 2006 All-Super Y League North American Team selection ... was a New Jersey ODP member and in the Region I ODP Pool ... parents Ljube and Snezana Naumoski ... sister Aleksandra ... born 9/5/1990.

NAUMOSkI CAREER STATS year 2009* 2010 2011 Career

Gp-GS 15-7 14-11 21-21 50-39

Goals 1 0 0 1

Assists 0 1 3 4

points 2 1 3 6

GWG 0 0 0 0

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THOMAS O’ROURKE

JOE SETCHELL

D • SO. • 5-10 • 165 LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. LAWRENCE

D • SR. • 6-2 • 190 KINGS LYNN, ENGLAND TYLER JC (TEXAS)

27 2011: Did not see action in rookie season. prior to Rutgers: Played three varsity seasons at Lawrence High School for head coach PJ Barrett ... served as team captain for two years ... named team MVP as a senior and Lawrence HS Athlete of the Year... tallied five game-winning goals during his senior year ... First Team All-Colonial Valley Conference and two-time All-State selection ... multi-sport athlete, also competing on the track and wrestling teams ... county Champion in the 800-meter ... two-time state place winner in the 800 ... school record holder in the event ... 93 career wins on the mat ... District Champion ... parents Thomas and Mercy O’Rourke ... 8/24/1993.

2 2011: Appeared and started in 18 games at center back ... served as team captain in first season at RU ... scored one goal on the season ... tallied the game’s first goal against College of Charleston on Sept. 4 as Rutgers went on to seal the 2-1 victory ... converted a penalty kick as RU advanced past Boston College (Nov. 20) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, winning the shootout 4-3.

prior to Rutgers: Played two seasons at Tyler Junior College in Texas, under head coach Steve Clements ... the Apaches won back-to-back National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Championship titles ... played in 40 career games at Tyler Junior College ... parents Beverly and Paul Setchell ... born 2/24/1990.

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Gp-GS 18-18

Goals 1

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MIKE SOBOFF

BOBBY SPRACKLIN

M • JR. • 6-1 • 175 BOSTON, MASS. FRAMINGTON SOUTH FLORIDA

M • SO. • 6-1 • 160 EASTHAMPTON, N.J. RANCOCAS VALLEY

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10 2011: Sat out season due to BIG EAST transfer rules.

2011: Did not see action in rookie season.

prior to Rutgers: Transferred to Rutgers after spending his rookie season at USF in 2008 ... redshirted his first year with the Bulls ... competed for the Armenian U21 National Team ... led Framingham HS in points during his freshman year ... led South Newton HS in points and goals in ‘06 and ‘07 ... played for the Red Star Football Club 93 and the SaintGermain Football Club in Paris, France ... named East Coast MVP for Copa Coca Cola in ‘04 ... Massachusetts Men’s U-23 National Finalist ... four-year varsity starter ... parent Sonya Merian ... born 12/9/1989.

prior to Rutgers: Four-year starter at Rancocas Valley Regional High School ... helped guide his team to a Group IV State Championship in 2008 ... named team MVP in 2010 ... First Team All-South Jersey ... earned MVP honors at the South Jersey All-Star game ... Second Team All-State ... played club ball for Pittsgrove Premier 92, winning the NJ State Championships in 2009 ... Robert and Diane Spracklin ... born 9/1/1992.

Yurcak Field, the home of Rutgers men’s soccer, received a facelift during the offseason with the addition of a new Kentucky Bluegrass playing surface.

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TODD WEBB

AMINE ZAOUIA

M • JR. • 6-0 • 165 TOMS RIVER, N.J. TOMS RIVER NORTH

M • SO. • 5-7 • 160 KEARNY, N.J. KEARNY

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20 2011: Appeared in 16 games, earning two starts.

2011: Did not see action in rookie season.

2010: Played in 13 games ... made his collegiate debut against Lehigh on Sept. 1 in relief.

prior to Rutgers: Played at Kearny High School for head coach Bill Galka ... SCANJ Second Team All-State and First Team All-North ... Star Ledger Group IV Third Team All-State ... Star Ledger First Team Hudson County ... named Player of the Year at Kearny ... helped guide his team to a Hudson County Championship as a senior and a finalist appearance as a junior ... two-time quarterfinalist for the State Tournament ... parent Hassane Zaouia ... siblings Francina, Steven, Rayan and Sara ... born 10/16/1992.

prior to Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter at Toms River North High School ... two-time captain as a junior and senior ... scored 13 goals and recorded 11 assists during his senior season ... First Team AllCounty, All-Shore and All-Central Jersey selection ... earned Second Team All-State honors ... won the Central Jersey Group IV title on a squad that went 18-2-2 ... member of U18 Match Fit Academy Team for 2009-10 season ... parents Lee and Nancy Webb ... sister Taryn ... born 7/13/1991.

WEbb CAREER STATS year 2010 2011 CAREER

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Gp-GS 13-0 16-2 29-2

Goals 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0

points 0 0 0

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RYAN BAIRD

MAEL CORBOZ

GK • FR. • 6-1 • 170 PLAINFIELD, N.J. ST. PETER’S PREP

M • FR. • 5-10 • 155 GREEN BROOK, N.J. PINGRY

28 prior to Rutgers: Prior to Rutgers: Starting goalkeeper for St. Peter’s Prep, posting a 21-2 record ... served as team captain ... First Team All-HCIAL and All-Hudson County ... earned Third Team All-State honors and was selected as a Hudson County Senior All-Star ... also a New Jersey Senior All-Star ... played club ball for the Ironbound Predators ... two-time USL Super-Y North American Champions in 2010 and 2011 ... captured MVP honors at the 2010 USL Super-Y North American Championships ... advanced to the Super-Y North American Finals U15, U16 and U17 ... National ODP Player 1992/1993 ... 2011 USclubsoccer National Champions ... parent Renee Baird ... sister Alexa ... born 11/3/1993.

BRIAN BENNETT

6 prior to Rutgers: Prior to Rutgers: Guided Pingry to the NJISAA NonPublic A Championship game as a junior, collecting four goals and 14 assists ... Second Team All-State, First Team All-Non-Public, First Team All-Area and First Team All-Somerset County in 2011 ... named to ESPN HS Starting XI in 2011 ... 2010-2011 USSDA East Conference Starting XI (U15/16) ... played club ball with New Jersey Soccer Academy (NJSA) 04 ... attended U17 men’s National Team camp in 2009 ... member of 2009 U15 boy’s National Team and 2007 U14 boy’s National Team Pool ... competed at the 2008 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship, earning MVP/Golden Boot honors ... 2009 Phoenix Showcase Select Team ... 2007 and 2008 Regional Team ... N.J. ODP Team member in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... parents Michel and Christine Corboz ... siblings Daphne and Rachel ... born 9/6/1994.

OLISA EZE

D • FR. • 5-10 • 150 ALLENTOWN, N.J. ALLENTOWN

22 prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity defender at Allentown High School ... helped guide the squad to its winningest season with a 15-5-1 mark ... led a Redbirds defense that allowed 17 goals in 21 games, including posting 10 shutouts ... named Honorable Mention All-State ... selected First Team All-CVC (Colonial Valley Conference) by the Trenton Times ... played club ball for the Ironbound Predators ... squad captured the U16 Super-Y North American Championship in 2010 ... in 2011, the Ironbound SC Predators won the U17 State, Regional, Nation and Super-Y North American Championships ... parents Kevin and Felicia Bennett ... siblings Nick and Arianna ... born 3/3/1994.

F/M • FR. • 6-0 • 170 SAYREVILLE, N.J. SAYREVILLE

16 prior to Rutgers: Played for Sayreville War Memorial, appearing in 58 games, earning 50 starts ... finished second all-time in school history with 74 goals ... also tallied 14 career assists ... two-time All-White Division and All-Conference selection in 2010 and 2011 ... selected a two-time Home News Tribune All-Area pick (2010, 2011) and two-time SCANJ All-State (2010, 2011) honoree ... served as team captain as a senior in 2011 ... participated in the N.J. State All-Star Game in 2011 ... currently holds the school record for most goals in a single season with 36 ... parents Emmanuel and Edith Eze ... younger brother of current Scarlet Knight Kene Eze ... two other siblings Emeka and Ike ... born 3/11/1994.

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ZAC GOMEZ

KEVIN MAYAKA

M • JR. • 5-11 • 160 FLEMINGTON, N.J. HUNTERDON CENTRAL/URI

M • JR. • 5-11 • 170 JERSEY CITY, N.J. HIGH TECH/KEAN

19 prior to Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter at Montgomery High School ... earned All-County and All-Conference honors ... served as team captain as a junior and senior ... Named to ESPN HS Starting XI for N.J. in 2011 ... member of 1994 NJ ODP ... played club ball for PDA Ronaldo-2008-09 State Cup Champions, Region I semi-finalists ... captain of PDA 1994 team- 2009-10 Pre-Academy League winners ... member of PDA U16 and U18 Academy teams ... parents Carl and Alexandra Mendel ... siblings Conlan, Rory and Caden ... born 3/9/1994.

KIERAN KEMMERER D • FR. • 6-0 • 175 BELLE MEAD, N.J. MONTGOMERY

18 prior to Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter at Montgomery High School ... earned All-County and All-Conference honors ... served as team captain as a junior and senior ... Named to ESPN HS Starting XI for N.J. in 2011 ... member of 1994 NJ ODP ... played club ball for PDA Ronaldo-2008-09 State Cup Champions, Region I semi-finalists ... captain of PDA 1994 team- 2009-10 Pre-Academy League winners ... member of PDA U16 and U18 Academy teams ... parents Carl and Alexandra Mendel ... siblings Conlan, Rory and Caden ... born 3/9/1994.

SEAN MATTEO

prior to Rutgers: Transfer from Kean, appearing in 13 games as a freshman ... scored two goals and tallied two assists for the Cougars ... competed scholastically at High Tech High School as a four-year starter ... scored 112 career goals and tallied 89 assists ... named Hudson County Player of the Year ... selected all-country, all-area and all-state ... played club ball from Liberty FC from 2007-10 ... mother Josephine Ogoro ... siblings Derrick, Brenda and Lilian ... born 4/14/92 in Nairobi, Kenya.

DREW MORGAN

D//M • FR. • 5-10 • 170 ATLANTA, GA. ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC

15 prior to Rutgers: Three-year starter at St. Pius X Catholic High School ... two-year captain ... Georgia All-State selection in 2011 ... helped guide high school squad to Georgia AAA High School State Championship in 2011 ... 2011 ESPN Fab 50 High School National Champion ... played club soccer with Concorde Fire 94 Academy ... served as team captain for five years ... two-time Georgia club state champion (2008 and 2009) ... two-time Region III Finalist ... 2008 Super Y National Team Selection ... parents Bernie and Lark Morgan ... siblings Jonathan and Allen ... born 3/5/1994.

EXAU PAZ

F • FR. • 6-1 • 175 CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. CLIFFSIDE PARK SOUTH KENT

GK • SR. • 5-11 • 165 PITMAN, PA. PITMAN

30 prior to Rutgers: Two-year starter at Pitman High School ... saw action in net during Pitman’s playoff run his freshman year ... played forward during junior and senior seasons ... scored 13 career goals, including 10 as a senior season ... tallied both goals against Glassboro in a Group I playoff win ... named First Team Tri-County Conference and Second Team South Jersey Group 1 as a senior ... also competed on the track team ... earned honorable mention in Tri-County Conference for the 110m hurdles ... qualified for South Jersey Group I Sectionals in 110m hurdles ... parent Elizabeth Matteo ... two siblings, Lauren and Johnny ... born 11/9/1990.

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12 prior to Rutgers: Played four years at Cliffside Park High School, beginning his scholastic career as an eighth grader ... earned second team all-league in the eighth grade ... was named first team all-league, all-county and all-state following his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons ... a two-time Bergen Record player of the week, he is the all-time leading scorer in Cliffside Park history with 97 goals ... completed senior year at South Kent School in Connecticut ... led team to New England Prep School Soccer Association Championship and the first-ever undefeated season in school history, 19-0-1 ... scored game-winner in 3-2 New England Quarterfinal win ... won Golden Boot with 15 goals and one assist ... named to the All-State team by the Connecticut Soccer Coaches Association ... selected an All-Western New England All-Star, All-New England Senior All-Star and to the ESPN All-Prep School Team ... parents Osman and Dora Paz ... born 5/30/1992.


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IAN ROBINSON

ROSS TETRO

D • FR. • 5-10 • 160 RYE, N.Y. RYE

D/M • FR. • 5-8 • 145 FREEHOLD, N.J. COLTS NECK

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21 prior to Rutgers: Four-year starter at Rye High School ... served as team captain as a senior ... three-time All-League and All-Section honoree ... three-year member of the the ENYYSA ODP state team ... played club ball for F.C. Westchester U16 Academy team for two seasons, winning the Liberty division ... also competed on the U18 team ... parent Brian and Barbara Robinson ... sibling Max ... born 1/20/1994.

RYAN SZEMPLE

prior to Rutgers: Member of the New York Red Bulls Academy ... U.S. National Team pool (1994) ... trained with the U14 and U15 Boy’s U. S. National Team ... member on N.J. State ODP and Region I teams ... played club ball with New Jersey Soccer Academy (NJSA) 04 ... won the 2008 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship ... two-time Region I Champions in 2007 and 2008 ... parent Joe Tetro ... 2/26/1994.

DAVID UDIJOHN

GK • FR. • 6-0 • 160 EDISON, N.J. JP STEVENS

M/D • FR. • 5-10 • 160 HAMILTON, N.J. NOTRE DAME PREP

29 prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity starter at JP Stevens ... served as team captain as a senior ... totaled over 500 career saves in goal ... earned All-Red Division Greater Middlesex County (GMC) accolades as a junior and senior ... two-time second team all-area selection ... received all-conference honors as a senior ... also earned NJSCA All-State ... played club ball with the Jersey Knights Falcons ... parents Mark and Julie ... brother Steven ... born 4/6/94.

26 prior to Rutgers: Played soccer at Notre Dame High School ... earned first team All-CVC honors as a junior and senior ... was a first team All-Central II selection as a junior and received second team accolades as a senior ... named two-time all-area, taking home first team honors as a senior ... parent Dave Udijohn ... siblings Alyssa and Jenna ... born 1/8/1994.

DIMITRI VASSILIADIS M • FR. • 5-9 • 150 FRANKLIN, N.J. ST. JOSEPH’S

MITCHELL TAINTOR D • FR. • 6-2 • 175 STORRS, CONN. E.O. SMITH

5 prior to Rutgers: Member of New England Revolution youth development programs, playing for the U16 and U18 squads (2009-2011) ... made 58 career appearances with the club, including six games with the MLS Reserve Division ... selected to Region I team from 2008-09 … named to 2008 adidas Interregional All-Star Select Team ... parents Rob and Missy Taintor ... siblings Amy and Jared ... grandson of former Connecticut head coach Joseph Morrone who was the collegiate coach of Dan Donigan ... born 9/11/1994.

11 prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity starter at St. Joseph’s High School in Metuchen, N.J. ... served as team captain as a senior ... team assist leader in back-to-back seasons with 19 in 2010 and 11 in 2011 ... led the Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC) in assists as a junior ... helped guide his team to the GMC Championships in 2010 ... two-time State Non-Public A finalist in 2010 and 2011 ... a two-time First Team AllDivision, All-Conference and All-County selection ... named Third Team All-State Non-Public as a senior ... played club ball for the Ironbound Predators ... squad captured the U16 Super-Y North American Championship in 2010 ... in 2011, the Ironbound SC Predators won the U17 State, Regional, Nation and Super-Y North American Championships ... parents Clairie and Vas Vassiliadis ... sister Alexia ... born 6/27/1994.

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2012 SCarLEt kNightS rOStEr ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 28 22 3 8 6 43 9 16 19 14 18 30 32 1 23 15 25 27 12 21 2 10 24 29 5 4 26 11 20 13

Name Ryan Baird Brian Bennett Robin Brown Nathan Bruccoleri Mael Corboz Juan Pablo Correa Kene Eze Olisa Eze Zac Gomez Connor Hurff Kieran Kemmerer Sean Matteo Kevin Mayaka Kevin McMullen Max Moller Drew Morgan Dragan Naumoski Thomas O’Rourke Exau Paz Ian Robinson Joe Setchell Mike Soboff Bobby Spracklin Ryan Szemple Mitchell Taintor Ross Tetro David Udijohn Dimitri Vassiliadis Todd Webb Amine Zaouia

pos. GK D M M M F F F/M M M D GK M GK M D/M M D F D D M M GK D D/M M/D M M M

yr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. R-Sr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So.

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

Wt. 170 150 185 155 155 175 175 170 160 160 175 165 170 180 160 170 170 165 175 160 190 175 160 160 175 145 160 150 165 160

ROSTER BREAKDOWN by CLASS:

Hometown/High School/previous School Plainfield, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Allentown, N.J./Allentown Edinburgh, Scotland/Tyler Junior College (Texas) Bordentown, N.J./Pennington School Green Brook, N.J./Pingry Montville, N.J./Montville Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville/William Paterson Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central/Rhode Island Sewell, N.J./St. Augustine Prep Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery Pitman, N.J./Pitman Jersey City, N.J./High Tech/Kean Blackwood, N.J./Washington Twp./SMU Tulsa, Okla./Bishop Kelly Atlanta, Ga./St. Pius X Catholic Fair Lawn, N.J./Fair Lawn/Fairleigh Dickinson Lawrenceville, N.J./Lawrence Cliffside Park, N.J./Cliffside/South Kent Rye, N.Y./Rye Kings Lynn, England/Tyler Junior College (Texas) Boston, Mass./Framington/South Florida Easthampton, N.J./Rancocas Valley Edison, N.J./JP Stevens Storrs, Conn./E.O. Smith Freehold, N.J./Colts Neck Hamilton, N.J./Notre Dame Franklin, N.J./St. Joseph’s Toms River, N.J./Toms River North Kearny, N.J./Kearny

FRESHMEN (13): Baird, Bennett, Corboz, O. Eze, Kemmerer, Morgan, Paz, Robinson, Szemple, Taintor, Tetro, Udijohn, Vassiliadis SOPHOMORES (8): Bruccoleri, Correa, Hurff, Moller, O’Rourke, Spracklin, Woods, Zaouia JUNIORS (3): K. Eze, Gomez, Mayaka, Soboff, Webb SENIORS (5): Brown, Matteo, McMullen, Naumoski, Setchell by pOSITION: FORWARDS (5): Correa, K. Eze, O. Eze, Paz, Woods MIDFIELDERS (12): Brown, Bruccoleri, Corboz, Gomez, Hurff, Mayaka, Moller, Naumoski, Soboff, Spracklin, Udijohn, Vassiliadis, Webb, Zaouia DEFENDERS (8): Bennett, Kemmerer, Morgan, O’Rourke, Robinson, Setchell, Taintor, Tetro GOALKEEPERS (3): Baird, McMullen, Matteo

Head Coach: Dan Donigan (Connecticut ‘93) - Third season Assistant Coaches: Dave Beck, Brian Grazier, Mike Romeo

pRONOUNCIATION GUIDE:

NUMERICAL ROSTER 1

Kevin McMullen

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Joe Setchell

D

3

Robin Brown

4

Nathan bRUCCOLERI .........................

18 Kieran Kemmerer

D

Fr.

..................................brook - uh - le - ree

Sr.

19 Zac Gomez

M

Jr.

MAEL CORbOZ ......................................

M

Sr.

20 Todd Webb

M

Jr.

.................................... my - el, cor - boze

Ross Tetro

D/M

Fr.

21 Ian Robinson

D

Fr.

5

Mitchell Taintor

D

Fr.

22 Brian Bennett

D

Fr.

kENE EZE .............keh - neh, eh - zey

6

Mael Corboz

M

Fr.

23 Max Moller

M

So.

OLISA EZE ....... oh - lee - sa, eh - zey

8

Nathan Bruccoleri

M

So.

24 Bobby Spracklin

M

So.

DRAGAN NAUMOSkI ........................

9

Kene Eze

F

Jr.

25 Dragan Naumoski

M

Sr.

10 Mike Soboff

M

Jr.

26 David Udijohn

M/D

Fr.

11 Dimitri Vassiliadis

M

Fr.

27 Thomas O’Rourke

D

So.

.................................vas - si - lee - a - dis

12 Exau Paz

F

Fr.

28 Ryan Baird

GK

Fr.

AMINE ZAOUIA .....................................

13 Amine Zaouia

M

So.

29 Ryan Szemple

GK

Fr.

.....................uh - meen, zuh - wee - uh

14 Connor Hurff

M

So.

30 Sean Matteo

GK

Sr.

15 Drew Morgan

D/M

Fr.

32 Kevin Mayaka

M

Jr.

16 Olisa Eze

F/M

Fr.

43 Juan Pablo “JP” Correa

F

So.

36

R-Sr.

Juan Pablo CORREA............................ ................................................ co - ray - uh

........................dra - gon, nuh - mos - ki EXAU Paz .....................................X - ow, Dimitri VASSILIADIS ...........................


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2011 SEaSON rEViEw The Rutgers men’s soccer program made strides in 2011, under head coach Dan Donigan in his second year on the banks. The team earned its first NCAA tournament appearance since 2006, advancing to the Sweet Sixteen before their post season run ended. There were also a number of impressive individual performances throughout the year as the Scarlet Knights finished 11-7-3 overall and 6-1-2 in BIG EAST Conference play.

suffered an early setback, dropping its second game of the year at Furman 3-1. The Scarlet Knights’ performance in their next game served as a harbinger of things to come as RU defeated the College of Charleston which was just outside of the top-25 rankings at the time. The early, hard-fought win gave the squad confidence in facing the tough competition it would see throughout the year.

Several members of the 2011 team earned BIG EAST honors. Seniors Ibrahim Kamara and Nate Bourdeau were named Third Team All-BIG EAST selection, while freshman Juan Pablo Correa was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. Additionally, Correa was selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Second Team All-Northeast Region. The Scarlet Knights finished the season ranked in the final NSCAA poll at No. 23.

The Scarlet Knights second-straight win came in a 3-1 defeat of Drexel, however, RU endured a slight skid with back-to-back shutout losses against a pair of ranked opponents in No. 25 Iona (1-0) and No. 9 Indiana (2-0).

Donigan and his staff were recognized for a successful year as he received the NSCAA/Mondo Coach of the Year award for the Northeast Region. Assistant coach Dave Beck was also named the NSCAA Northeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year. The Scarlet Knights showed a complete turnaround throughout the season, beginning with a much improved performance during the conference slate. After going 1-8-0 in conference action in 2010, the Scarlet Knights responded with the best turnaround in BIG EAST history since the league moved to a 16-member, two-division format in 2005, amassing a 6-2-1 conference record to finish second in the Red Division. The differences were also seen on the offensive end as Rutgers more than doubled its goal-scoring and assist production from 2010 to 2011. Recording 13 goals and eight assists in 2010, the Scarlet Knights topped that mark with 32 goals and 27 assists in 2011. Rutgers opened the season defeating La Salle at home 3-1, but

RU opened the BIG EAST schedule with a commanding 3-1 win over Pittsburgh, tied Adelphi 3-3, fell at Marquette 2-0 and dropped another hard-fought contest against a ranked opponent with a 2-1 overtime loss at No. 2 Maryland. The loss against the Terrapins was the final defeat for the Scarlet Knights until the final game of the tournament as Rutgers closed out the regular season on a seven-game unbeaten streak. Rutgers won four-straight, defeating Cincinnati (2-1), Villanova (3-2), DePaul (1-0) and Syracuse (2-1). The Scarlet Knights took on its fourth ranked foe of the season, earning a 1-1 draw at No. 10 Louisville, followed by its only win over a ranked opponent, defeating No. 11 St. John’s 1-0 on the road. RU closed out the regular season with a scoreless draw against No. 5 USF. Despite suffering a loss in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship against No. 7 Connecticut (3-1), the Scarlet Knights returned to their winning ways after earning an at-large bid to the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Hosting a first-round opponent in Colgate at Yurcak Field, Rutgers defeated the Raiders 4-2 en route to a second round matchup on the road at No. 8 Boston College. After going down 1-0 in the 52nd minute, the Scarlet Knights battled back to find the equalizer in the 86th minute. Holding the score at 1-1 through both overtimes, RU eventually advanced on penalty kicks to make it to its first Sweet 16 appearance since 2001. A thrilling season came to a close on in the third round as the Scarlet Knights fell at the hands of No. 4 UCLA 3-0 on the road.

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2011 BOx SCOrES

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Furman vs Rutgers (Sep 02, 2011 at Mt. Pleasant, S.C.)

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook La Salle vs Rutgers (Aug 26, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.) Goals by period La Salle Rutgers

La Salle (0-1) vs. Rutgers (1-0) Date: Aug 26, 2011 • Attendance: 485 Weather:

La Salle Pos# gk 1 3 4 6 7 10 15 17 18 22 25 12 13 14 20 23

# 1

Player McCARTHY, John DUNDON, Nick SEPE, Ryan STANTON, Mike ROACH, Jidell PLUMHOFF, Jason SULLIVAN, Pat PIO, Jeff KORENYI, Dan PINK, Kevin FRISKEY, Rob -- Substitutes -WORKMAN, Alex LILL, Andrew BAKER, Tom TORRES, Jordan TEEL, Kameron Totals

Sh G - - - - - 2 - - - - 1 1 1 2 7

Goalkeepers McCARTHY, John

1 1

2 0 3

Player Sh G KLINK, Adam - SETCHELL, Joe - BROWN, Robin - BOURDEAU, Nate 3 McLARNEY, Robbie - CALAFIORE, Paulie 1 KNIBBS, Bryant - WEBB, Todd - BERMAN, Matt 1 NAMOUSKI, Dragan 3 CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 1 -- Substitutes -8 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 1 9 KAMARA, Ibrahim 4 1 11 ARCHER, Sam 1 12 EZE, Kene 2 23 MOLLER, Max - Totals 17 3

Saves 5

# 1

Goalkeepers KLINK, Adam

Shots by period La Salle Rutgers

1 3 7

2 4 10

Total 7 17

Saves by period La Salle Rutgers

1 4 1

2 1 1

Total 5 2

Corner kicks La Salle Rutgers

1 4 2

2 0 3

Total 4 5

Fouls La Salle Rutgers

1 3 3

2 1 1

Total 4 4

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 39:09 LAS 75:50 RU 80:15 RU

4.

80:58

RU

Goal scorer TEEL, Kameron BRUCCOLERI, Nathan (1) KAMARA, Ibrahim (1)

Assist (unassisted) EZE, Kene ARCHER, Sam

CORREA, Juan Pablo (1)

BOURDEAU, Nate

Player Alec Kann Jacob Brown Clint Ritter Daniel Hojaij Michael Gandier Coleton Henning Martin Ontiveros Walker Zimmerman Nicky MacKain Nikolai Hammer Walker Jernigan -- Substitutes -2 George Fradenburg 4 Amadu Ndiaye 9 Mark Gabriel 12 Alex Crooks 15 Tyler Peoples Totals

1 1 3

Min GA 90:00 1

Saves 2

Description

free ball in the box, scored on empty net cross in the box from Eze to Bruccoleri misplayed ball collected by Archer played to Kamara for goal through ball in midfield, played ahead by Bourde for Correa

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #2 (31:27)

# Goalkeepers 1 Alec Kann TM TEAM

Player Sh G SETCHELL, Joe 1 1 BOURDEAU, Nate 1 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim - ARCHER, Sam - CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 2 BERMAN, Matt - NAMOUSKI, Dragan - McMULLEN, Kevin - CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 -- Substitutes -12 EZE, Kene 3 1 20 WEBB, Todd - 23 MOLLER, Max - Totals 9 2

Pos# 2 4 8 9 11 16 18 22 25 28 43

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Min GA 90:00 1

1 1 1

Coll. of Charleston Pos# gk 1 d 2 d 4 d 6 f 7 m 9 m 10 f 11 m 13 m 19 d 20

2

3 8 12 14 16 17

Saves 3

# 1

Player Kees Heemskerk Will Moore Shawn Ferguson Daan Brinkman Andy Craven Joey De Mare Sean de Silva Tony Kattreh Francis Twohig Ralphie Lundy Tyler Vukoder -- Substitutes -Robbie Benson Troy Peterson Tanner Clay George Khoury Eric Fornell Connor Coons Totals

Goalkeepers Kees Heemskerk

2 1 0

Total 2 1

Sh G - - 1 - 1 - 5 1 2 1 - 1 -

A 1 -

1 12

1

1

Min GA 90:00 2

Shots by period Rutgers Coll. of Charleston

1 5 5

2 4 7

Total 9 12

Saves by period Rutgers Coll. of Charleston

1 1 4

2 2 1

Total 3 5

Corner kicks Rutgers Coll. of Charleston

1 2 3

2 0 2

Total 2 5

Fouls Rutgers Coll. of Charleston

1 3 3

2 7 10

Total 10 13

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 27:52 RU

2.

29:33

3.

57:02

1 10

1 1 3

1 3

Pos# gk 1 d 2 m 4 f 9 m 11 f 12 d 16 m 18 m 22 m 25 f 43

3 8 10 20 23 28 TM

Saves 7 1

# 1 28

Player Sh G KLINK, Adam - SETCHELL, Joe 2 BOURDEAU, Nate - KAMARA, Ibrahim 4 ARCHER, Sam 2 EZE, Kene - CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant - BERMAN, Matt - NAMOUSKI, Dragan 2 CORREA, Juan Pablo 2 -- Substitutes -BROWN, Robin 1 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 2 McLARNEY, Robbie - WEBB, Todd - MOLLER, Max - McMULLEN, Kevin - TEAM - 1 Totals 15 1

Goalkeepers KLINK, Adam McMULLEN, Kevin

Shots by period Furman Rutgers

1 5 6

2 5 9

Total 10 15

Saves by period Furman Rutgers

Corner kicks Furman Rutgers

1 1 4

2 2 4

Total 3 8

Fouls Furman Rutgers

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 28:26 FUR

2. 3. 4.

42:43 70:54 85:47

FUR RU FUR

2 1 1

Rutgers

Goal scorer Clint Ritter (1)

Assist Michael Gandier

Mark Gabriel (1) OWN GOAL Coleton Henning (1)

George Fradenburg (unassisted) Alex Crooks

Win-Alec Kann (1-1-1). Loss-KLINK, Adam (1-1-0). Stadium: Patriots Point Officials: Referee: Howard Ash; Asst. Referee: James Boswell; Brian Bozard; Timekeeper: Brandi McCrae; Scorer: Nick Vlattas; Offsides: Furman 1, Rutgers 4.

Official's signature

Goals by period Rutgers Coll. of Charleston

A 1 1

A 1 -

Min GA 90:00 1 0:00 0

Total 3 1

A 0

Min GA 45:00 2 45:00 1 1 4 1

2 4 3

Total 8 4

1 4 13

2 11 5

Total 15 18

Saves 1 3

Description

series of clever passes into box, beats keeper t far side left one touch on ball played along endline from left own goal pass sprun 19 one on one with keeper

Pos# gk 22 2 5 6 10 13 16 17 20 21 26 7 12 15 19 25

# 22

Player Pentti Pussinen Ben Miller Tal Bublil Robert Liberatore Manuel Cazares Brandon Zeller Ken Tribbett Malcolm LeBourne Mark Donohue Matthew DiDomenico Michele Pataia -- Substitutes -Matheus Goncalves Josh Grosh Eric Lynch John Carroll Jonathan Volpatti Totals

Assist CORREA, Juan Pablo

COFC

Francis Twohig (2)

Sean de Silva

RU

EZE, Kene

BOURDEAU, Nate

Description

one touch on ball played to top of six from right corner ball played into box from left, 13 makes a turn and scores nearside open net after rebound

Sh G - - - - 2 1 3 - 1 - - 1 8

Goalkeepers Pentti Pussinen

1 1

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 1 1 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim - ARCHER, Sam 1 KNIBBS, Bryant - WEBB, Todd 1 BERMAN, Matt - NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 3 1 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene 1 1 23 MOLLER, Max - 29 WOODS, Ryan - Totals 8 3

Pos# gk 28 2 4 8 9 11 18 20 22 25 43

1 1 Saves 1

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Total 1 3

A 2 1 3

Min GA 90:00 1

1 4 3

2 4 5

Total 8 8

Saves by period Drexel Rutgers

1 0 1

2 1 2

Total 1 3

Corner kicks Drexel Rutgers

1 3 0

2 2 1

Total 5 1

Fouls Drexel Rutgers

1 3 4

2 4 5

Total 7 9

No.

1. 2.

Time Team 11:44 RU 52:57 RU

3. 4.

76:30 87:01

Goal scorer CORREA, Juan Pablo (2) BOURDEAU, Nate (1)

DREXEL Josh Grosh (1) RU EZE, Kene (2)

Assist KAMARA, Ibrahim KAMARA, Ibrahim Eric Lynch NAMOUSKI, Dragan

Cautions and ejections: YC-COFC #13 (73:05); RC-RU #16 (82:42); YC-COFC #7 (82:51); RC-COFC #TM (90:00)

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #4 (59:13); YC-DREXEL #26 (59:13); RC-DREXEL #17 (62:27); YC-RU #43 (81:58)

Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (1-0-0). Loss-Kees Heemskerk (1-1-1). Stadium: Patriots Point Officials: Referee: Roni Canales; Asst. Referee: Brian Bozard; James Boswell; Timekeeper: Janae Tanti; Scorer: Nick Vlattas; Offsides: Rutgers 4, Coll. of Charleston 3.

Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (2-0). Loss-Pentti Pussinen (0-3). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Steve Montanino; Asst. Referee: Andy Evangelos; Kevin Barci; Alt. Official: John Heib; Offsides: Drexel 2, Rutgers 1.

Official's signature

2 1 2

Rutgers

A -

Min GA 90:00 3

1 0 1

Shots by period Drexel Rutgers

Scoring summary: Goal scorer SETCHELL, Joe

Goals by period Drexel Rutgers

Drexel (0-3) vs. Rutgers (3-1) Date: Sep 10, 2011 • Attendance: 602 Weather:

Drexel

Saves 5

Official's signature

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Drexel vs Rutgers (Sep 10, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Rutgers vs #31 Coll. of Charleston (Sep 04, 2011 at Mt. Pleasant, S.C.)

Rutgers

Sh G - - 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 - - - - -

1 2 0

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #43 (32:20); YC-FUR #2 (70:52)

Win-KLINK, Adam (1-0). Loss-McCARTHY, John (0-1). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Sin Hang Lai; Asst. Referee: Joe Rio; DeQing Song; Alt. Official: Geoff Filinuk; Offsides: La Salle 2, Rutgers 0.

Rutgers (2-1-0) vs. Coll. of Charleston (1-1-1) Date: Sep 04, 2011 • Attendance: 762 Weather: light rain

Goals by period Furman Rutgers

Furman (1-1-1) vs. Rutgers (1-1-0) Date: Sep 02, 2011 • Attendance: 88 Weather: Clear Pos# gk 1 d 3 m 8 m 10 m 18 f 19 f 21 d 23 d 25 f 26 d 39

A 1 -

Pos# gk 1 2 3 4 10 16 18 20 22 25 43

0

Total 1 3

Furman

Rutgers

A -

Min GA 90:00 3

1 1 0

Saves 3

Description

give and go at the top of the 18-yard box 9 played ball across face of goal to 4 for the goal played ahead to 12, header from 16 yards out won possession, ball played ahead to 12, one-on-one with defender

Official's signature

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2011 BOx SCOrES Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook #9 Indiana vs Rutgers (Sep 18, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook #25 Iona vs Rutgers (Sep 16, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.) Goals by period Iona Rutgers

Iona (5-0-0) vs. Rutgers (3-2-0) Date: Sep 16, 2011 • Attendance: Weather:

Iona

Player Borja Barbero Robbie Krohmer Alexander Abdalla Franklin Castellanos Samuel Adjei Alvaro Torrecilla Ignacio Maganto Michael Hodgen Brais Garcia Tommy Martin Adam Rohan -- Substitutes -3 Scott Aceto 4 Giovanni Tacconelli 5 Douglas Stephens 11 Mario Di Miceli 20 Ansger Otto 26 Ryan Del Monaco Totals

Sh G - - - - 3 1 - 1 - - 1 - -

Pos# gk 0 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 19 21 22

# 0

1 1 7

Goalkeepers Borja Barbero

Shots by period Iona Rutgers Corner kicks Iona Rutgers

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 80:01 ION

1

2 1 0

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 3 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 4 ARCHER, Sam 2 EZE, Kene 3 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant - NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 4 -- Substitutes -7 WINSLOW, Nye 1 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 18 0

Saves 3

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

1 3 10

2 4 8

Total 7 18

Saves by period Iona Rutgers

1 1 1

2 2 1

Total 3 2

1 2 4

2 2 2

Total 4 6

Fouls Iona Rutgers

1 5 7

2 4 4

Total 9 11

Saves 2

Assist Alvaro Torrecilla

Description

cross into the box, shot from far post

Goals by period Pittsburgh Rutgers

Pittsburgh

Rutgers

Player Sh G ABEREGG, Matt - ILEDARE, Robert - LUFFY, Sam 2 MORGADO, Manny 1 1 BRODE, Ryan 3 DICKENSON, Julian - HARRISON, Alex - WALKER, Eric - WROBEL, Nico 1 WALBERT, Matt - McKENZIE, Ryan - -- Substitutes -3 CLIFFORD, Andy - 9 AKPUA, Terry - 14 PRETE, Dan 1 17 FLOWERS, Shane - 30 ONYEUKWU, Chu Chu - Totals 8 1

Pos# gk 33 2 4 7 10 11 13 20 21 22 24

# Goalkeepers 33 ABEREGG, Matt TM TEAM

A -

Min GA 90:00 3 0:00 0

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Shots by period Pittsburgh Rutgers

1 5 5

2 3 7

Total 8 12

Saves by period Pittsburgh Rutgers

Corner kicks Pittsburgh Rutgers

1 2 3

2 3 6

Total 5 9

Fouls Pittsburgh Rutgers

Time Team 34:05 RU 41:49 PITT 63:16 RU 67:42 RU

1 1 1

2 0 2

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe 1 BOURDEAU, Nate 1 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 1 ARCHER, Sam 1 EZE, Kene 2 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant - NAMOUSKI, Dragan 1 CORREA, Juan Pablo 2 2 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye 1 1 20 WEBB, Todd 1 Totals 12 3

Saves 3 1

Goal scorer CORREA, Juan Pablo (3) MORGADO, Manny CORREA, Juan Pablo (4) WINSLOW, Nye (1)

Assist BROWN, Robin (unassisted) NAMOUSKI, Dragan EZE, Kene BRUCCOLERI, Nathan

40

Total 1 3

A 1 1 1 1 4

Min GA 90:00 1

2

1 1 2

Min GA 90:00 0

Rutgers

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 1 ARCHER, Sam - EZE, Kene 2 CALAFIORE, Paulie 1 KNIBBS, Bryant 1 NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 2 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 20 WEBB, Todd - 23 MOLLER, Max - Totals 8 0

A -

Pos# gk 28 d 2 m 4 m 8 f 9 m 11 f 12 d 16 d 18 d 25 f 43

Saves 2

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Total 2 0

0

Min GA 90:00 2

Shots by period Indiana Rutgers

1 2 3

2 9 5

Total 11 8

Saves by period Indiana Rutgers

1 0 0

2 2 1

Total 2 1

Corner kicks Indiana Rutgers

1 1 4

2 5 1

Total 6 5

Fouls Indiana Rutgers

1 6 4

2 2 6

Total 8 10

1.

Time Team 39:44 IND

2.

51:00

IND

Goal scorer Wise, Blake (3)

Assist Meyer, Tommy

Corrado, A.J. (1)

Meyer, Tommy

Adelphi (2-4-1) vs. Rutgers (4-3-1) Date: Sep 27, 2011 • Attendance: 159 Weather:

Adelphi

Player Ahmad Salamah Greg Mallia Mauricio Mora Steven Rivera Brandon Stoneham Omar Edwards Jordan Hibbert Dan Larenius James Diana Nicholas Costa Domenico Parrelli -- Substitutes -1 Kyle Blackmer 7 Brendan Cullinan 16 Adrian Sundquist 20 Issa Tall Totals

# 28 1

Saves 3

Saves 1

Description

played ahead by 20 to left corner, 14 struck into the top right of net failed clearance settled by 20, played to 10, scored low line drive

Official's signature

1 3

Goals by period Adelphi Rutgers

2 OT O2 2 0 0 1 0 0

Rutgers

A 1 -

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 2 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 2 KAMARA, Ibrahim 3 ARCHER, Sam 1 EZE, Kene 7 3 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 2 NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 17 MacVANE, David - 20 WEBB, Todd 2 31 CAYA, Dan 1 Totals 21 3

Pos# gk 28 2 4 8 9 11 12 16 18 25 43

1

Min GA 30:56 2 79:04 1

1 1 2

Saves 0 4

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

A 1 1

Min GA 110:00 3

Saves 2

1 2 7

2 OT O2 5 0 1 9 1 4

Total 8 21

Saves by period Adelphi Rutgers

1 0 0

2 OT O2 2 0 2 1 0 1

Total 4 2

1 2 1

2 OT O2 1 0 0 4 4 3

Total 3 12

Fouls Adelphi Rutgers

1 5 1

2 OT O2 1 0 1 2 1 2

Total 7 6

Corner kicks Adelphi Rutgers

1 10 6

2 5 3

Total 15 9

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 0:25 RU

Goal scorer EZE, Kene (3)

Assist (unassisted)

2.

27:13

RU

EZE, Kene (4)

CORREA, Juan Pablo

3. 4.

44:59

ADE

Domenico Parrelli (1)

Corner kick

47:09

ADE

Brandon Stoneham (2)

(unassisted)

5.

52:51

ADE

Adrian Sundquist (1)

Omar Edwards

6.

65:42

RU

EZE, Kene (5)

(unassisted)

Description

beat defender one-on-one, shot deflected off defender through ball played ahead to Eze, shot from left side failed clearance off corner kick, shot taken from 15 yards out strike taken from 25 yards out in the middle of the field pass played from left side, shot into the bottom right corner beat defender one-on-one shot through goalkee legs

Cautions and ejections: YC-ADE #14 (38:31); YC-ADE #5 (51:43); YC-RU #16 (72:20); YC-RU #43 (107:18)

Official's signature

Total 3 3

Shots by period Adelphi Rutgers

Total 4 3

cross from 3, shot taken from middle of the box Free kick awarded outside 18-yard box Free kick from 25 yards out on a pass from 25 cross from 12 was played by 8 and chipped ove 7 for open net goal

2 8

Goalkeepers Ahmad Salamah Kyle Blackmer

2 2 2

Description

Sh G - - 1 - 3 1 1 - - - - 1 1

Pos# gk 28 2 5 6 9 10 11 13 14 22 23

1 2 1

Cautions and ejections: YC-PITT #10 (35:28); YC-RU #43 (44:13); YC-PITT #20 (63:13) Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (3-2-0). Loss-ABEREGG, Matt (0-1-0). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Jeff David; Asst. Referee: Ted Kanarek; Ken Enriques; Alt. Official: George Euenango; Offsides: Pittsburgh 1, Rutgers 2.

2 2 2 11

2 1 0

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Adelphi vs Rutgers (Sep 27, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Pos# gk 28 2 4 8 9 11 12 16 18 25 43

0

A 2 -

Win-Soffner, Luis (5-0-2). Loss-McMULLEN, Kevin (2-2-0). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Lou Labbadia; Asst. Referee: Mike Wallace; Rob Briones; Alt. Official: Sin Hang Lai; Offsides: Indiana 2, Rutgers 2.

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Pittsburgh vs Rutgers (Sep 23, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.) Pittsburgh (2-6-1) vs. Rutgers (4-3-0) Date: Sep 23, 2011 • Attendance: 147 Weather:

Sh G - 2 2 - - - - - 1 - - -

1 1 0

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #25 (87:31)

Official's signature

1. 2. 3. 4.

Goalkeepers Soffner, Luis

No.

Goal scorer Samuel Adjei (3)

Win-Borja Barbero (4-0-0). Loss-McMULLEN, Kevin (2-1-0). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Bahij Salman; Asst. Referee: Joe Rio; Mike Solla; Alt. Official: Jack Crespo; Offsides: Iona 1, Rutgers 2. #16 Michael Hodgen wore #25 in the game.

No.

# 1

Scoring summary:

Cautions and ejections: YC-ION #16 (8:41); YC-RU #11 (45:23); YC-ION #5 (65:39); YC-ION #9 (80:01)

Scoring summary:

Player Soffner, Luis Zavaleta, Eriq Estridge, Chris Petts, Harrison Purdie, Alec Vollmer, Jamie Bushue, Jacob Meyer, Tommy Konstanski, Caleb Bradford, Kerel McKain, Matt -- Substitutes -Corrado, A.J. Wylie, Tim Wise, Blake Blevins, Nick Doody, Patrick Totals

10 13 14 18 19

0

Min GA 90:00 1

Goals by period Indiana Rutgers

Indiana (5-0-2) vs. Rutgers (3-3-0) Date: Sep 18, 2011 • Attendance: 461 Weather: Pos# gk 1 f 2 d 6 m 7 m 9 m 15 m 17 d 20 d 22 m 23 d 24

A -

Pos# gk 28 2 4 8 9 11 12 16 18 25 43

1

Total 1 0

Indiana

Rutgers

A 1 -

Min GA 90:00 0

1 0 0

Adelphi-Kyle Blackmer (0-2-1). Rutgers-McMULLEN, Kevin (3-2-1). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Bruno Mozzo; Asst. Referee: Sin Hang Lai; Alex Casella; Alt. Official: James Crespo; Offsides: Adelphi 4, Rutgers 6. Juan Pablo Correa wore 31 instead of 43

Official's signature


2011 BOx SCOrES Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Rutgers vs Marquette (Oct 01, 2011 at Milwaukee, Wis.) Rutgers (4-4-1, 1-1-0 BE) vs. Marquette (4-4-2, 2-0-0 BE) Date: Oct 01, 2011 • Attendance: 763 Weather: 50 degrees, clear skies, winds NNE 10 mph.

Goals by period Rutgers Marquette

Rutgers

Marquette

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - BOURDEAU, Nate - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 4 ARCHER, Sam - EZE, Kene 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie - MacVANE, David 1 KNIBBS, Bryant 1 NAUMOSKI, Dragan 2 CORREA, Juan Pablo 4 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 5 CUEVAS, Andrew - 20 WEBB, Todd 1 22 BERMAN, Matt - 23 MOLLER, Max - Totals 14 0

Pos# gk 28 m 4 m 8 f 9 f 11 f 12 d 16 m 17 d 18 m 25 f 43

# Goalkeepers 28 McMULLEN, Kevin TM TEAM Shots by period Rutgers Marquette Corner kicks Rutgers Marquette

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 13:16 MU

2.

31:53

MU

A -

Pos# gk 1 d 2 m 6 f 7 f 8 m 10 d 12 f 15 m 20 d 21 d 22

0

Min GA 90:00 2 0:00 0

3 9 18 23 24 TM

Saves 3 1

# 1

Soccer Box Score (OT Period [96:58]) The Automated ScoreBook Rutgers vs #2 Maryland (Oct 04, 2011 at College Park, Md.)

1 0 2

Player CHECK, David DILLON, Paul ROBB, Ryan SELVAGGI, Anthony HUFTALIN, Andy MALLACE, Calum POTHAST, Eric JANSSON, Sebastian CIESIULKA, Bryan ALFANO, Michael MAU, John -- Substitutes -HOLOWATY, Dennis HERRERA, Amilcar NORTEY, C. ISLAMI, Kelmend MADSEN, Chris TEAM Totals

Goalkeepers CHECK, David

2 0 0

Total 0 2

Sh G - - 1 - 2 2 1 2 4 1 - - -

A 1 -

1 13

1

1 2

Min GA 90:00 0

Saves 4

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Player Will Swaim Taylor Kemp Helge Leikvang Widner Saint Cyr Sunny Jane Casey Townsend Jereme Raley Patrick Mullins Alex Lee London Woodberry John Stertzer -- Substitutes -5 Alex Shinsky 7 Dan Metzger 9 Mikias Eticha 14 Jordan Cyrus 19 Matt Oduaran 23 Kaoru Forbess Totals

Pos# gk 21 d 2 m 6 d 8 m 10 f 11 m 12 f 15 d 18 d 22 m 27

0

Min GA 96:58 2

Saves 4

# 21

OT 0 1

Sh G - - 2 - - 7 1 2 1 - 4 2

A 1 1 -

1 18

2

Goalkeepers Will Swaim

2

Min GA 96:58 1

Saves by period Rutgers Marquette

1 2 2

2 2 2

Total 4 4

Shots by period Rutgers Maryland

1 4 8

2 OT 6 0 8 2

Total 10 18

Saves by period Rutgers Maryland

1 1 1

2 OT 3 0 4 0

Total 4 5

1 3 3

2 7 1

Total 10 4

Fouls Rutgers Marquette

1 6 8

2 2 4

Total 8 12

Corner kicks Rutgers Maryland

1 1 6

2 OT 3 0 0 1

Total 4 7

Fouls Rutgers Maryland

1 7 5

2 OT 6 0 3 0

Total 13 8

Goal scorer CIESIULKA, Bryan (1)

Assist SELVAGGI, Anthony

OWN GOAL

(unassisted)

Scoring summary:

Description

Crossed from right side of the box, volleyed pas GK in front of goal. Crossed into box by MU #20, deflected off foot o RU defender.

Cincinnati

Rutgers

Player BARNARD, Joey APPIAH, Emmanuel STEPHENS, Wyatt REMALEY, Matt DENORMANDIE, Cole MILLAY, Michael KLOSTERMAN, Sam SHELTON, Shamar PATTERSON, Zach HADLEY, Alex ALBERT, D.J. -- Substitutes -WALKER, Ashani POWELL, Leon BRIZZI, Mike DIEBOLD, Will Totals

Goalkeepers BARNARD, Joey

Sh G - 4 - - - - - 4 1 - 1 -

A 1 -

1 1 12

1

1 1

Min GA 90:00 2

Time Team 19:36 MD 21:32 RU 96:58 MD

1 1 0

2 0 2

Total 1 2

Pos# gk 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 26 13 21 22 23

2

Min GA 90:00 1

2 8 5

Total 12 9

Saves by period Cincinnati Rutgers

1 2 0

2 0 4

Total 2 4

Corner kicks Cincinnati Rutgers

1 0 0

2 2 3

Total 2 3

Fouls Cincinnati Rutgers

1 6 3

2 3 5

Total 9 8

Saves 4

Player Sh G FOGARTY, John - WEISS, Alec - SOROKA, Kyle 1 GARCIA, Kevin - MCCARTHY, Kyle - LAWRENCE, Emerson 2 RENNA, Dylan 1 DENNIS, Aaron 1 WHALEN, Ryan 1 UMAR, Oscar 3 2 CASON, William - -- Substitutes -MARGIOTTA, Matt - HARR, Hayden - GONZALEZ, Daniel - WILTSE, Matt - Totals 9 2

# Goalkeepers 1 FOGARTY, John TM Team

2.

52:44

RU

OWN GOAL

(unassisted)

3.

67:53

RU

BOURDEAU, Nate (2)

KAMARA, Ibrahim CORREA, Juan Pablo

Description

throw-in from 10 yards out, bounced to open player, shot upper right cross through the box, clearance was miss play resulting in own goal 9 held off defender, slipped pass to 43 who foun 4 at the top of box

Cautions and ejections: Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (4-4-1). Loss-BARNARD, Joey (4-7-1). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Lou Labbadia; Asst. Referee: Bruno Mozzo; James Crespo; Alt. Official: Jeremy Scheer; Offsides: Cincinnati 0, Rutgers 2. UC #4 struck ball resulting in own goal

Official's signature

2 1 2

Rutgers

A -

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 2 1 CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 2 ARCHER, Sam - CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 6 2 NAMOUSKI, Dragan 2 CORREA, Juan Pablo 5 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 17 3

Pos# gk 28 2 4 5 8 9 11 16 18 25 43

0

Min GA 90:00 3 0:00 0

1 1 1

Saves 4 1

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Total 2 3

A 1 1 1 3

Min GA 90:00 2

Shots by period Villanova Rutgers

1 5 7

2 4 10

Total 9 17

Saves by period Villanova Rutgers

1 3 1

2 2 0

Total 5 1

Corner kicks Villanova Rutgers

1 2 1

2 0 1

Total 2 2

Fouls Villanova Rutgers

1 5 2

2 6 3

Total 11 5

Scoring summary:

1.

off corner kick, header from 6 yards rebound off keeper, 6 yards long serve, flick from 6 yards

Goals by period Villanova Rutgers

Villanova (4-5-4, 2-3-2 BE) vs. Rutgers (6-5-1, 3-1-0 BE) Date: Oct 12, 2011 • Attendance: 302 Weather:

Villanova A 1 1

1 4 4

Assist KLOSTERMAN, Sam

Description

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Villanova vs Rutgers (Oct 12, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Shots by period Cincinnati Rutgers

Goal scorer BRIZZI, Mike (1)

Assist Jereme Raley (unassisted) Alex Lee

Official's signature

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Time Team 42:56 CIN

Goal scorer John Stertzer (8) ARCHER, Sam John Stertzer (1)

Win-Will Swaim (11-0-1). Loss-McMULLEN, Kevin (4-5-1). Stadium: Ludwig Field Officials: Referee: Shane Moody; Asst. Referee: Dean Fairweather; Corey Parker; Alt. Official: Alex Luttmann; Scorer: Jodi Fick; Offsides: Rutgers 3, Maryland 3.

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe 1 BOURDEAU, Nate 1 1 CUEVAS, Andrew 2 KAMARA, Ibrahim 2 ARCHER, Sam - EZE, Kene - CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant - NAMOUSKI, Dragan 1 CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 -- Substitutes -7 WINSLOW, Nye - 8 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - 20 WEBB, Todd - 23 MOLLER, Max 1 TM TEAM - 1 Totals 9 2

# 28

1. 2. 3.

Cautions and ejections: YC-MD #18 (24:56); YC-RU #4 (31:20); YC-RU #8 (60:58); RC-RU #3 (70:25); YC-MD #12 (73:56); YC-RU #5 (81:13); YC-RU #7 (28:00); YC-MD #9 (40:00)

Pos# gk 28 2 4 5 9 11 12 16 18 25 43

Saves 2

No.

Total 1 2

Saves 5

Total 14 13

Goals by period Cincinnati Rutgers

No.

# 28

A -

2 0 0

2 8 3

Cincinnati (4-7-1, 0-3-0 BE) vs. Rutgers (5-5-1, 2-1-0 BE) Date: Oct 09, 2011 • Attendance: 1280 Weather:

Scoring summary:

Maryland

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - BOURDEAU, Nate - CUEVAS, Andrew 1 BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 3 ARCHER, Sam 2 1 EZE, Kene 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 1 BERMAN, Matt - NAMOUSKI, Dragan - -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye 1 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 10 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Cincinnati vs Rutgers (Oct 09, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

# 1

Rutgers

1 1 1

1 6 10

Win-CHECK, David (4-3-2). Loss-McMULLEN, Kevin (3-3-1). Stadium: Valley Fields Officials: Referee: Rizal Milliken; Asst. Referee: Ray Khavanin; Luis Veloz; Alt. Official: David Harris; Timekeeper: Charlie Brault; Scorer: Luke LeNoble; Offsides: Rutgers 0, Marquette 1.

10 12 21 28

Goals by period Rutgers Maryland

Pos# gk 28 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 f 11 f 12 d 16 d 18 m 22 m 25

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #17 (29:19); YC-RU #16 (38:36); YC-MU #3 (44:32); YC-MU #7 (52:12); YC-RU #43 (81:27)

Pos# gk 1 3 4 6 7 8 13 16 18 23 24

Rutgers (4-5-1) vs. Maryland (11-0-1) Date: Oct 04, 2011 • Attendance: 2246 Weather: mild winds, chilly

No.

1. 2.

Time Team 17:45 VU 25:42 RU

Goal scorer UMAR, Oscar (1) KNIBBS, Bryant (2)

Assist (unassisted) CORREA, Juan Pablo

3.

61:30

VU

UMAR, Oscar (2)

(unassisted)

4. 5.

64:48

RU

BOURDEAU, Nate (3)

ARCHER, Sam

66:24

RU

KNIBBS, Bryant (3)

CALAFIORE, Paulie

Saves 1

Description

failed clearance, bicycle kick into goal low shot off direct free kick saved, rebound followed by Knibbs free kick lands in penalty box, loose ball shot low into goal long ball from Archer sent ahead to Bourdeau, one-on-one with keeper hard line drive saved by keeper, Knibbs scores rebound

Cautions and ejections:

Official's signature

Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (5-4-1). Loss-FOGARTY, John (4-5-4). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Ed Shea; Asst. Referee: Giany Barbat; Mike Wallace; Alt. Official: George Bakaroudis; Offsides: Villanova 0, Rutgers 2.

Official's signature

41


2011 BOx SCOrES Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Syracuse vs Rutgers (Oct 20, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Rutgers vs DePaul (Oct 15, 2011 at Chicago, Ill.) Rutgers (7-5-1, 4-1-0) vs. DePaul (4-8-2, 1-3-1) Date: Oct 15, 2011 • Attendance: 442 Weather: Mostly sunny, windy, temps mid-50s

Goals by period Rutgers DePaul

Rutgers

DePaul

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 5 CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 1 1 ARCHER, Sam 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 1 NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 2 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene 2 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 13 1

A -

Pos# gk 28 d 2 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 m 11 d 16 m 18 d 25 f 43

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

2 0 0

Player Sh G SORBY, Eric - JANDL, John 1 BLINCOW, Jared - GUSTAFSON, Kyle - LEVERENTZ, David - LEINAUER, Matt 2 GANANCIO, Thiago - SELVAGGI, David 1 TOTH, Austin - WEIR, Curtis 2 HUNTER, Anthony 2 -- Substitutes -4 LUNAR, Brian 1 6 AGUILAR, Antonio - 15 VALLENTINE, Wes 2 17 VELASCO, Mauricio - 20 STANKIEWICZ, Michae - Totals 11 0

Saves 2

# 1

Goalkeepers SORBY, Eric

Total 1 0

Min GA 90:00 1

Shots by period Rutgers DePaul

1 9 1

2 4 10

Total 13 11

Saves by period Rutgers DePaul

1 1 2

2 1 1

Total 2 3

Corner kicks Rutgers DePaul

1 2 2

2 1 6

Total 3 8

Fouls Rutgers DePaul

1 5 8

2 6 5

Total 11 13

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 9:37 RU

Player BOERGER, Phil THOMAS, Skylar CRIBLEY, Ted CLARK, Louis SUMMERS, Dan MULLER, Lars NEUMANN, David BIBBS, Nick PEREA, Nick TESSLER, Ryan MAKOWSKI, Chris -- Substitutes -10 AGREDA, Federico 14 PRINGLE, Hugh 27 CHONG, Grant Totals

Pos# gk 25 d 3 m 5 f 7 f 9 f 11 d 12 d 13 m 16 d 18 d 20

0 Saves 3

# 25

Goalkeepers BOERGER, Phil

Assist (unassisted)

2 11

0

1

Min GA 90:00 2

Rutgers

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 2 CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 6 1 ARCHER, Sam - CALAFIORE, Paulie 1 KNIBBS, Bryant - NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo - -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye 1 12 EZE, Kene 2 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 13 2

Pos# gk 28 d 2 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 f 11 d 16 d 18 m 25 f 43

Saves 2

# Goalkeepers 28 McMULLEN, Kevin TM TEAM

Total 1 2

A 1 1 2

Min GA 90:00 1 0:00 0

2 7 9

Total 11 13

Saves by period Syracuse Rutgers

1 0 1

2 2 5

Total 2 6

Corner kicks Syracuse Rutgers

1 1 1

2 6 2

Total 7 3

Fouls Syracuse Rutgers

1 3 3

2 4 3

Total 7 6

shot into open net from 17 yards

Cautions and ejections: YC-DPU #2 (29:20); YC-RU #2 (61:59); YC-RU #9 (63:38); YC-RU #18 (80:35) Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (6-4-1). Loss-SORBY, Eric (4-2-1). Stadium: Wish Field Officials: Referee: Abdu Bensalah; Asst. Referee: William Delois; Peter Alveal; Alt. Official: Karl Braun; Timekeeper: Chelsea Thurlby; Scorer: Bob Sakamoto; Offsides: Rutgers 2, DePaul 1.

A -

2 1 2

1 4 4

No.

Description

Sh G - - 1 1 4 1 - - 2 1 - - -

1 0 0

Shots by period Syracuse Rutgers

Scoring summary: Goal scorer KAMARA, Ibrahim (2)

Goals by period Syracuse Rutgers

Syracuse (2-10-1, 0-5-1) vs. Rutgers (8-5-1, 5-1-0) Date: Oct 20, 2011 • Attendance: 209 Weather: Clear skies, 65 deg

Syracuse

A -

Pos# gk 1 d 2 d 7 d 8 m 9 m 11 m 12 f 13 d 21 m 24 m 28

0

Min GA 90:00 0

1 1 0

1.

Time Team 55:57 RU

Goal scorer KAMARA, Ibrahim (3)

Assist (unassisted)

2.

80:47

SU

PEREA, Nick (1)

(unassisted)

3.

81:51

RU

BRUCCOLERI, Nathan (2)

KNIBBS, Bryant EZE, Kene

Saves 5 1

Description

bounced off defender in front of net, 9 headed in back left of net failed clear, 16 from 18 yards out to top right of net 12 on left of field, to 18 at top of box, 8 one timer from 15 yards

Cautions and ejections: Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (7-4-1). Loss-BOERGER, Phil (2-10-1). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Sean Nally; Asst. Referee: Bruno Mozzo; Joe Rio; Alt. Official: Grzegorz Slusarczyk; Timekeeper: Ryan Miller; Scorer: Alli Miller; Offsides: Syracuse 0, Rutgers 2.

Official's signature

Official's signature

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Rutgers vs #10 Louisville (Oct 22, 2011 at Louisville, Ky.) Rutgers (8-5-2, 5-1-1) vs. Louisville (8-5-2, 1-4-2) Date: Oct 22, 2011 • Attendance: 3057 Weather: Sunny and clear 62 degrees

Goals by period Rutgers Louisville

Rutgers

Louisville

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate - CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 4 ARCHER, Sam - CALAFIORE, Paulie 1 KNIBBS, Bryant - NAMOUSKI, Dragan 1 CORREA, Juan Pablo 3 1 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene 1 Totals 10 1

Pos# g 28 d 2 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 f 11 d 16 d 18 m 25 f 43

# Goalkeepers 28 McMULLEN, Kevin TM TEAM Shots by period Rutgers Louisville Corner kicks Rutgers Louisville

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 30:09 LOU

2.

52:48

RU

A 1 1 -

Pos# g 30 d 2 m 3 m 4 m 5 m 7 f 9 d 13 m 17 m 19 d 24

2

Min GA 110:00 1 0:00 0

10 15 18 20 21 22

Saves 3 2

# 30

1 0 1

Player Andre Boudreaux Greg Cochrane Paolo DelPiccolo Ryan Smith Andrew Farrell Nick DeLeon Colin Rolfe Brock Granger Michael Roman Kenney Walker Austin Berry -- Substitutes -Buck Tufty Mark Knight Shaquille Hamilton Daniel Keller Alexander Obbey Isaiah Trejo Totals

Goalkeepers Andre Boudreaux

2 OT O2 1 0 0 0 0 0

Sh G - 1 5 1 1 1 3 3 - - 2 1 -

A 1 -

1 2 20

1

1

Min GA 110:00 1

Saves by period Rutgers Louisville

1 5 1

2 OT O2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 5 1

1 2 5

2 OT O2 2 0 0 0 0 0

Total 4 5

Fouls Rutgers Louisville

1 9 9

2 OT O2 10 1 2 6 1 2

Total 22 18

CORREA, Juan Pablo (5)

NAMOUSKI, Dragan KAMARA, Ibrahim

Description

Rutgers-McMULLEN, Kevin (7-4-2). Louisville-Andre Boudreaux (8-5-2). Stadium: Cardinal Officials: Referee: Abdu Bensalah; Asst. Referee: Mike Crush; Brian DiPiro; Alt. Official: Ken Mather; Timekeeper: Ryan Jones; Scorer: Sam Hovland; Offsides: Rutgers 0, Louisville 1.

Goals by period Rutgers St. John's

Rutgers

St. John's

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - BOURDEAU, Nate - CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 6 1 ARCHER, Sam - EZE, Kene 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 2 NAMOUSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 4 -- Substitutes -WINSLOW, Nye 1 Totals 14 1

A -

Shot by 21 blocked, team save on 3's shot, 5 rebound into empty net Pass to right side, touch pass to mid, low shot into left corner

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Shots by period Rutgers St. John's Corner kicks Rutgers St. John's

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team RU

104:42

Saves 10

# 00

Goalkeepers NAPLES, Alex

Total 1 0

A 0

Min GA 104:42 1

Saves 1

1 3 10

2 OT O2 8 2 1 7 3 0

Total 14 20

Saves by period Rutgers St. John's

1 3 0

2 OT O2 5 2 0 1 0 0

Total 10 1

1 0 1

2 OT O2 3 0 0 2 0 0

Total 3 3

Fouls Rutgers St. John's

1 5 5

2 OT O2 4 2 1 6 1 0

Total 12 12

Goal scorer KAMARA, Ibrahim (4)

Assist (unassisted)

Description 10-yards out

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #28 (35:09); YC-STJ #6 (60:31) Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (8-4-2). Loss-NAPLES, Alex (0-1-1). Stadium: Belson Stadium Officials: Referee: Hilario Grajeda; Asst. Referee: Tom Supple; SinHang Lai; Alt. Official: Grzegorz Slusarczyk; Offsides: Rutgers 1, St. John's 1.

Official's signature

2 OT O2 0 0 1 0 0 0

Player Sh G NAPLES, Alex - LEBO, Chris 1 DE HOOP, Bjorn - LADE, Connor - MULLIGAN, Jimmy 2 BATTUTO PUNYED, P. 2 BENNETT, Jack 4 LIGETY, Ido - L'ESPERANCE, Adrian 1 THOMAS, Jamie 1 HINES, Walter 1 -- Substitutes -6 TRAPPE, Pascal 3 8 AGUIAR DORANTE, J. - 9 VARGAS, Andres 4 18 PARKER, Tim 1 20 HERRERA, Daniel - 28 MATTHEWS, Nick - Totals 20 0

0

Min GA 104:42 0

1 0 0

Pos# gk 00 d 3 d 4 d 5 m 7 m 10 m 11 d 14 m 16 m 17 f 19

Saves 1

Total 10 20

Assist Paolo DelPiccolo

Rutgers (9-5-2, 6-1-1) vs. St. John's (10-5-2, 4-4-0) Date: Oct 26, 2011 • Attendance: 1063 Weather:

7

2 OT O2 4 0 0 5 2 1

Goal scorer Andrew Farrell (1)

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Rutgers vs #11 St. John's (Oct 26, 2011 at Queens, N.Y.)

Pos# gk 28 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 f 11 f 12 d 16 d 18 m 25 f 43

1 6 12

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #5 (28:21); YC-LOU #13 (33:17); YC-LOU #19 (41:36); YC-LOU #10 (43:57); YC-RU #8 (51:26); YC-LOU #21 (72:18); YC-RU #12 (85:32); RC-RU #2 (89:13)

42

Total 1 1

Official's signature


2011 BOx SCOrES Soccer Box Score (Final) 2011 Rutgers Men's Soccer #7 Connecticut vs Rutgers (Nov 06, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook #5 USF vs Rutgers (Oct 31, 2011 at Newark, N.J.) USF (12-2-3, 7-0-2) vs. Rutgers (9-5-3, 6-1-2) Date: Oct 31, 2011 • Attendance: 212 Weather: Clear, 53 degrees

USF

Pos# gk 32 3 6 9 10 11 14 15 19 22 23 8 12 13 17 24 26

# 32

Player Blais, Chris Perry, Aubrey Paul, Leston Olali, Kevin Nicholls, Kyle Fairclough, Ashani Dwyer, Dom Thuriere, Sebastien Charpie, Wesley Sweat, Ben Griffiths, Brenton -- Substitutes -Webb, Ricardo Salinas, Stiven Alexis, Santi Baldin, Lucas Benestad, Morten Alterio, Roberto Totals

Sh G - - - - - - 2 2 - - - 1 4 9

Goalkeepers Blais, Chris

0

Goals by period USF Rutgers

2 OT O2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 2 CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan 1 KAMARA, Ibrahim 3 ARCHER, Sam - CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant - NAMOUSKI, Dragan 2 CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene 1 Totals 10 0

Player Sh G BLAKE, Andre - MERCADO, Michael - BLAKE,Nickardo - JEANBAPTISTE,Andre 2 1 MATHESON, Allando 1 DIOP,Stephane 3 1 ALVAREZ,Carlos 3 WEIR,Sean - BRADLEY,Colin 1 DIOUF,Mamadou 1 SANCHEZ,Jossimar 1 -- Substitutes -11 LIU, Flo - 14 CASCIO,Tony 4 1 22 WASSERMAN,Max - Totals 16 3

0 # 18

Saves 1

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Min GA 110:00 0

Saves 4

Shots by period USF Rutgers

1 3 3

2 OT O2 3 2 1 7 0 0

Total 9 10

Saves by period USF Rutgers

1 1 1

2 OT O2 0 0 0 1 1 1

Total 1 4

Corner kicks USF Rutgers

1 4 2

2 OT O2 1 0 0 1 1 0

Total 5 4

Fouls USF Rutgers

1 6 6

2 OT O2 11 1 3 5 0 0

Total 21 11

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team

Goal scorer

Assist

Goalkeepers BLAKE, Andre

Goals by period Colgate Rutgers

Colgate

Rutgers

# 00

Goalkeepers Reed, Grant

A 1 1 -

1 18

1 3

2

Min GA 90:00 4

1 1 1

2 1 3

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 1 1 CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 3 ARCHER, Sam 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 3 1 NAUMOSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 2 1 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene 1 22 BERMAN, Matt - TM TEAM - 1 Totals 11 4

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Total 2 4

Min GA 90:00 2

2 9 4

Total 18 11

Saves by period Colgate Rutgers

1 4 0

2 1 4

Total 5 4

Corner kicks Colgate Rutgers

1 2 5

2 1 0

Total 3 5

Fouls Colgate Rutgers

1 1 5

2 3 7

Total 4 12

Goal scorer KNIBBS, Bryant (4)

1.

Time Team 22:28 RU

2.

24:31

COLGAT Miller, Steven (12)

Conlin, Shane

3. 4.

63:50 81:12

RU RU

Penalty kick BOURDEAU, Nate

5. 6.

84:22 89:33

RU OWN GOAL COLGAT Letourneau, Patrick (2)

BOURDEAU, Nate (4) CORREA, Juan Pablo (6)

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Min GA 90:00 3

Total 16 7

Saves by period Connecticut Rutgers

1 2 0

2 1 3

Total 3 3

Corner kicks Connecticut Rutgers

1 4 1

2 4 0

Total 8 1

Fouls Connecticut Rutgers

1 5 7

2 3 4

Total 8 11

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team Goal scorer 51:10 RU EZE, Kene (6) 52:37 UCONN JEANBAPTISTE,Andrew (2)

3. 4.

60:34 83:22

UCONN CASCIO,Tony (6) UCONN DIOP,Stephane (4)

Assist KNIBBS, Bryant CASCIO,Tony

Saves 3

Description

cross inside the box to Eze, shot from right side header off corner, slotted pass goalkeeper by Jean-Baptiste shot from 25 yards out on the left box streak down the length of the field, beat keeper one-on-one

(unassisted) (unassisted)

Assist (unassisted)

(unassisted) Schuber, Matt Metzger, Barrett

Win-McMULLEN, Kevin (9-5-3). Loss-Reed, Grant (9-5-5). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Noel Cotterell; Asst. Referee: Carlos Fernandes; Nabil Alsaidi; Alt. Official: Hossam Saad; Timekeeper: Jimmy Gill; Scorer: Hasim Phillips; Offsides: Colgate 0, Rutgers 2.

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate - CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 2 1 ARCHER, Sam 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 3 NAUMOSKI, Dragan 3 CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 -- Substitutes -3 BROWN, Robin - 7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene - 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 10 1

Saves 4

Description

one-on-one in the center of the park, shot from yards out off turnover, through ball sent ahead to Miller, scored left corner beat defender, carried ball into box, played over to Correa cross by Calafiore deflected into net for own goa header off a corner kick

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #8 (29:38); YC-COLGATE #2 (64:12); YC-RU #25 (69:21)

Rutgers (10-6-4) vs. Boston College (14-6-1) Date: Nov 20, 2011 • Attendance: 886 Weather: Clear, 65 degrees Pos# gk 28 d 2 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 m 11 d 16 m 18 d 25 m 43

1

1 9 7

No.

# 28

2 11 4

Rutgers

A 1 -

Shots by period Colgate Rutgers

Scoring summary:

Saves 3

1

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Soccer Box Score (Final) 2011 Rutgers Men's Soccer Rutgers vs #8 Boston College (Nov 20, 2011 at Newton, Mass.)

Pos# gk 28 2 4 5 8 9 11 16 18 25 43

Saves 5

1 1

Win-BLAKE, Andre (16-2-2). Loss-McMULLEN, Kevin (8-5-3). Stadium: Yurcak Field Officials: Referee: Ed Shea; Asst. Referee: George Bakaroudis; Mark Allatin; Alt. Official: Ed Resendes; Timekeeper: Jimmy Gill; Scorer: Hasim Phillips; Offsides: Connecticut 1, Rutgers 2.

Official's signature

Colgate (11-5-6) vs. Rutgers (10-6-3) Date: Nov 17, 2011 • Attendance: 629 Weather: Mostly cloudy, 43 degrees, 10 mph winds Sh G - - 1 3 - 5 1 1 3 1 3 - 1 -

A 1 -

Pos# gk 28 d 2 m 4 d 5 m 8 f 9 f 11 d 16 m 18 d 25 f 43

1 5 3

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2011 Rutgers Men's Soccer Colgate vs Rutgers (Nov 17, 2011 at Piscataway, N.J.)

Player Reed, Grant Metzger, Barrett McLaughlin,Jimmy Conlin, Shane Arpey, Nick Miller, Steven Garzi, Mike Letourneau, Patrick Randazzo, Jack Martin, Wade Reese, Mike -- Substitutes -3 Brown, Scott 6 Schuber, Matt 11 Reidy, Mike 18 Przybysz, Eric 22 Byer, James Totals

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate 2 CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 1 ARCHER, Sam - CALAFIORE, Paulie - KNIBBS, Bryant 2 NAUMOSKI, Dragan - CORREA, Juan Pablo 1 -- Substitutes -12 EZE, Kene 1 1 Totals 7 1

Total 3 1

Cautions and ejections: YC-UCONN #44 (47:27)

USF-Blais, Chris (12-2-3). Rutgers-McMULLEN, Kevin (8-4-3). Stadium: Lubetkin Field Officials: Timekeeper: Alli Miller; Scorer: Hasim Phillips; Offsides: USF 0, Rutgers 1.

Pos# gk 00 2 5 7 10 13 14 15 20 21 26

2 3 1

Rutgers

A -

Min GA 90:00 1

1 0 0

Shots by period Connecticut Rutgers

Description

Cautions and ejections: YC-USFM #26 (68:35); YC-RU #11 (77:00); YC-USFM #23 (79:37); YC-USFM #13 (105:41)

Goals by period Connecticut Rutgers

Connecticut (16-2-2, 5-2-2 BE) vs. Rutgers (9-6-3, 6-1-2 BE) Date: Nov 06, 2011 • Attendance: 501 Weather: Clear, sunny 54 degrees Pos# gk 18 d 3 d 4 d 5 f 8 m 9 m 10 d 13 m 20 f 23 m 44

A -

Pos# gk 28 2 4 5 8 9 11 16 18 25 43

0

Total 0 0

Connecticut

Rutgers

A -

Min GA 110:00 0

1 0 0

# 28

Goalkeepers McMULLEN, Kevin

Goals by period Rutgers Boston College

Boston College

A 1 1 -

Player Justin Luthy Chris Ager Ryan Dunn Steve Rose Conor Fitzpatrick Patrick Chin Kyle Bekker Kevin Mejia Diego Medina-Mendez Charlie Rugg Colin Murphy -- Substitutes -7 Amit Aburmad 11 Isaac Taylor Totals

Pos# gk 1 d 2 d 3 m 6 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 12 m 15 f 17 m 21

2

Min GA 110:00 1

Saves 5

# 1

Goalkeepers Justin Luthy

2 OT O2 1 0 0 1 0 0

Sh G - - - - - 2 1 5 2 - 3 2 -

A -

2 1 17

0

1

Min GA 110:00 1

Total 1 1

Saves 2

Shots by period Rutgers Boston College

1 3 3

2 OT O2 5 1 1 11 3 0

Total 10 17

Saves by period Rutgers Boston College

1 2 1

2 OT O2 1 2 0 1 0 0

Total 5 2

Corner kicks Rutgers Boston College

1 3 1

2 OT O2 3 1 0 4 0 0

Total 7 5

Fouls Rutgers Boston College

1 4 5

2 OT O2 6 2 3 3 0 0

Total 15 8

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team 52:46 BC 86:30 RU

Goal scorer Patrick Chin (1) KAMARA, Ibrahim (5)

Assist (unassisted) ARCHER, Sam KNIBBS, Bryant

Description

Cross from left side into right side netting Six yards in front of goal; off corner

Cautions and ejections: Rutgers-McMULLEN, Kevin (9-5-4). Boston College-Justin Luthy (14-6-1). Stadium: Newton Campus Field SHOOTOUT RESULTS: Rutgers: 9/Y 4/Y 3/Y 5/N 2/Y Boston College: 12/Y 7/N 8/Y 21/Y 6/N Rutgers wins shootout 4-3 Officials: Referee: Lou Labbadia; Asst. Referee: Giany Barbat; Craig Roberts; Alt. Official: Alex Casella; Offsides: Rutgers 3, Boston College 0. NCAA Championship Second Round

Official's signature

1 0 0

Official's signature

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2011 BOx SCOrES Soccer Box Score (Final) 2011 Rutgers Men's Soccer Rutgers vs #4 UCLA (Nov 27, 2011 at Los Angeles, Calif.) Goals by period Rutgers UCLA

Rutgers (10-7-4) vs. UCLA (17-4-1) Date: Nov 27, 2011 • Attendance: 749 Weather: Cool, Clear

Rutgers

Player Sh G McMULLEN, Kevin - SETCHELL, Joe - BOURDEAU, Nate - CUEVAS, Andrew - BRUCCOLERI, Nathan - KAMARA, Ibrahim 1 ARCHER, Sam 1 CALAFIORE, Paulie 1 KNIBBS, Bryant 3 NAUMOSKI, Dragan 3 CORREA, Juan Pablo 2 -- Substitutes -7 WINSLOW, Nye - 12 EZE, Kene - 20 WEBB, Todd - Totals 11 0

Pos# gk 28 d 2 mf 4 d 5 mf 8 f 9 mf 11 d 16 d 18 mf 25 f 43

# Goalkeepers 28 McMULLEN, Kevin TM TEAM

UCLA

A -

Pos# gk 19 d 2 mf 5 d 6 mf 7 mf 9 mf 12 f 17 f 24 d 27 d 29

0

Min GA 90:00 3 0:00 0

4 8 10 11 14 20 23 26

Saves 4 1

# 19

1 0 2

Player Rowe, Brian Singh, Shawn Rose, Andy Wiet, Matt Arreola, Eder Monge, Fernando Hollingshead, Ryan Hoffman, Chandler Williams, Reed Sofia, Joe Matchett, Patrick -- Substitutes -Reyes, Oscar Chavez, Victor Rowe, Kelyn Munoz, Victor Cummings, Chris Tusaazemajja, Andrew Lee, Ryan Raynr, Evan Totals

Goalkeepers Rowe, Brian

2 0 1

Sh G - - - - 1 - - 3 2 1 - - -

A 2 1

2 3 1 1 12

2 5

1 3

Min GA 90:00 0

Shots by period Rutgers UCLA

1 4 6

2 7 6

Total 11 12

Saves by period Rutgers UCLA

1 3 1

2 2 2

Total 5 3

Corner kicks Rutgers UCLA

1 0 1

2 1 2

Total 1 3

Fouls Rutgers UCLA

1 8 3

2 12 4

Total 20 7

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 0:41 UCLA

Goal scorer Hoffman, Chandler (17)

2. 3.

43:14 48:18

UCLA UCLA

Chavez, Victor (4) Hoffman, Chandler (18)

Assist Hollingshead, Ryan Matchett, Patrick Rowe, Kelyn Rowe, Kelyn Hollingshead, Ryan

Win-Rowe, Brian. Loss-McMULLEN, Kevin. Stadium: Drake Stadium Officials: Referee: Alex Gorin; Asst. Referee: Frank Anderson; Reed Christie; Alt. Official: Ali Hacock; Scorer: Mike Leary; Offsides: Rutgers 1, UCLA 0. NCAA 3rd Round UCLA advances to the NCAA Quarterfinals at Louisville

Saves 3

Description

Cross from #29 to the middle, #17 scores near Shot by #10 saved, #8 scores off the rebound Cross to the far side of the box from #10, #17 one-times it in

Cautions and ejections: YC-RU #5 (5:33); YC-RU #43 (34:47); RC-RU #8 (83:05)

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Total 0 3

Official's signature


2011 StatiStiCS OVERALL: 10-7-4 OVERALL Name CORREA, JP EZE, Kene KAMARA, Ibrahim KNIBBS, Bryant BOURDEAU, Nate BRUCCOLERI, Nathan ARCHER, Sam NAUMOSKI, Dragan WINSLOW, Nye SETCHELL, Joe CALAFIORE, Paulie BROWN, Robin WEBB, Todd CUEVAS, Andrew MOLLER, Max BERMAN, Matt MacVANE, David McMULLEN, Kevin McLARNEY, Robbie Total............... Opponents...........

Goalie McMULLEN, Kevin KLINK, Adam TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

Gp-GS 20-20 20-9 21-20 21-21 21-21 21-18 21-20 21-21 16-0 18-18 20-20 15-1 16-2 13-12 7-0 7-5 2-1 20-19 2-1 21 21

CONF: 6-1-2 G 6 6 5 4 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 31

Sh% .143 .194 .091 .143 .154 .143 .071 .000 .200 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .124 .121

SOG SOG% 15 .357 14 .452 25 .455 13 .464 11 .423 3 .214 4 .286 4 .200 2 .400 3 .600 2 .400 1 .500 2 .400 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 101 .391 108 .420

HOME:7-3-1

A 5 3 4 3 3 1 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 25

pts 17 15 14 11 11 5 5 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91 87

Sh 42 31 55 28 26 14 14 20 5 5 5 2 5 3 1 1 1 0 0 258 257

GW 2 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 7

pk 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 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 1-1 0-0

Gp-GS Minutes 20-19 1856:40 2-2 135:00 0:00 21 1991:40 21 1991:40

GA 28 3 0 31 32

Avg Saves pct W-L-T Sho 1.36 69 .711 9-6-4 3 2.00 3 .500 1-1-0 0 0.00 5 1.000 0-0-0 0 1.40 77 .713 10-7-4 3 1.45 69 .683 7-10-4 5

AWAy: 3-3-2

CONFERENCE Name CORREA, JP EZE, Kene KAMARA, Ibrahim KNIBBS, Bryant

Gp-GS 20-20 20-9 21-20 21-21

BOURDEAU, Nate BRUCCOLERI, Nathan ARCHER, Sam NAUMOSKI, Dragan WINSLOW, Nye SETCHELL, Joe CALAFIORE, Paulie BROWN, Robin WEBB, Todd CUEVAS, Andrew MOLLER, Max BERMAN, Matt MacVANE, David McMULLEN, Kevin McLARNEY, Robbie Total............... Opponents...........

21-21 21-18 21-20 21-21 16-0 18-18 20-20 15-1 16-2 13-12 7-0 7-5 2-1 20-19 2-1 21 21

Goalie McMULLEN, Kevin KLINK, Adam TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

NEUTRAL: 0-1-1

G 6 6 5

A pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% 5 17 42 .143 15 .357 3 15 31 .194 14 .452 4 14 55 .091 25 .455

4 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 31

3 3 1 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 25

11 28 .143 11 26 .154 5 14 .143 5 14 .071 3 20 .000 2 5 .200 2 5 .200 1 5 .000 1 2 .000 0 5 .000 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 91 258 .124 87 257 .121

Gp-GS Minutes GA Avg 20-19 1856:40 28 1.36 2-2 135:00 3 2.00 0:00 0 0.00 21 1991:40 31 1.40 21 1991:40 32 1.45

13 11 3 4 4 2 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 101 108

GW 2 1 3

pk 0-0 0-0 0-0

.464 1 0-0 .423 2 1-1 .214 1 0-0 .286 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .400 0 0-0 .600 0 0-0 .400 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .400 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .391 10 1-1 .420 7 0-0

Saves 69 3 5 77 69

pct W-L-T .711 9-6-4 .500 1-1-0 1.000 0-0-0 .713 10-7-4 .683 7-10-4

GOALS by pERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 9 16

2nd 22 14

OT 0 1

OT2 1 0

Total 32 31

GOALS by pERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 9 16

2nd 22 14

OT 0 1

OT2 1 0

Total 32 31

SHOTS by pERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 109 109

2nd 139 133

OT 4 12

OT2 6 3

Total 258 257

SHOTS by pERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 109 109

2nd 139 133

OT 4 12

OT2 6 3

Total 258 257

SAVES by pERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 26 35

2nd 44 32

OT 5 0

OT2 2 2

Total 77 69

SAVES by pERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 26 35

2nd 44 32

OT 5 0

OT2 2 2

Total 77 69

Sho 3 0 0 3 5

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CarEEr rECOrdS JON CONWAy ALL-TIME RECORDS Games In Goal - Second (72) Shutouts - Third (24) Saves - Third (275) Two Single Season Records

LINO DiCUOLLO ALL-TIME RECORDS Games - Second (92) Points - Third (122) Goals - Fourth (48) Assists - Third (26) Game Winners - T-Second (15) Nine Single Season Records

JOE DEMORAT ALL-TIME RECORDS Games In Goal - First (73) Shutouts - First (33) Saves - First (363) Seven Single Season Records

HAMISI AMANI-DOVE ALL-TIME RECORDS Points - Fourth (108) Goals - Fifth (42) Game Winners - T-Fifth (12) Assists - Sixth (24) Seven Single Season Records

bObby JOE ESpOSITO ALL-TIME RECORDS Game Winners - First (17) Points - Second (125) Goals - Second (50) Assists -T-Fourth (25) Nine Single Season Records

STEVE WIDDOWSON ALL-TIME RECORDS Saves - Second (303) Games In Goal - Third (67) Shutouts - Fifth (19) Five Single Season Records

GAMES 1. 93 2. 92 3. 91 91 91 6. 87 87 87 9. 86 86 86

Brent Longenecker Lino DiCuollo Rocky Strazzella Alan Branigan Ian Checcio Andreas Maier Brian Piesner Dustin Sheppard Hamisi Amani-Dove Pedro Lopes Mike Shaw

‘91-’94 ‘88-’91 ‘92-’95 ‘93-’96 ‘94-’97 ‘90-’94 ‘96-’99 ‘98-’01 ‘92-’95 ‘90-’94 ‘93-’96

STARTS 1. 91 2. 89 3. 88 4. 87 5. 86 6. 84 84 8. 82 9. 81 10. 80 11. 79 79 79 14. 77 77

Brent Longenecker Lino DiCuollo Ian Checcio Alan Branigan Pedro Lopes Guy Abrahamson Rocky Strazzella Alexi Lalas Hamisi Amani-Dove Darryl Edelstein Tyler Isaacson Rob Johnson Brian Sentowski Josh Gros Jeff Zaun

‘91-’94 ‘88-’91 ‘94-’97 ‘93-’96 ‘90-’94 ‘99-’02 ‘92-’95 ‘88-’91 ‘92-’95 ‘86-’89 ‘84-’86 ‘91-’95 ‘90-’93 ‘00-’03 ‘89-’93

pOINTS 1. 188 2. 125 3. 122 4. 108 5. 102 6. 90 7. 89 89 9. 84 10. 72 72

Herb Schmidt Bobby Joe Esposito Lino DiCuollo Hamisi Amani-Dove Art Brinkmann Rob Johnson Peter Vermes Dennis Ludwig Steve Rammel Mike Shaw Richard Goodstat

‘59-’61 ‘83-’86 ‘88-’91 ‘92-’95 ‘52-’55 ‘91-’95 ‘85-’87 ‘98-’01 ‘89-’90 ‘93-’96 ‘62-’64

GOALS 1. 90 2. 50 3. 49 4. 48 5. 42 6. 39 7. 36 35 35 10. 34 11. 30

Herb Schmidt Bobby Joe Esposito Art Brinkmann Lino DiCuollo Hamisi Amani-Dove Dennis Ludwig Richard Goodstat Peter Vermes Rob Johnson Steve Rammel Mike Shaw

‘59-’61 ‘83-’86 ‘52-’55 ‘88-’91 ‘92-’95 ‘98-’01 ‘62-’64 ‘85-’87 ‘91-’95 ‘89-’90 ‘93-96

ASSISTS 1. 28 28 3. 26 4. 25 25 6. 24 7. 22 8. 20 20 10. 19

Dave Mueller Brian Sentwoski Lino DiCuollo Bobby Joe Esposito Rocky Strazzella Hamisi Amani-Dove Brian Piesner Darryl Edelstein Rob Johnson Peter Vermes

‘87-’90 ‘90-’93 ‘88-’91 ‘83-’86 ‘92-’95 ‘92-’95 ‘96-’99 ‘86-’89 ‘91-’94 ‘85-’87

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 17 Bobby Joe Esposito 2. 15 Peter Vermes 15 Lino DiCuollo 15 Dennis Ludiwg 5. 12 Hamisi Amani-Dove 12 Rob Johnson 7. 11 Steve Rammel 8. 9 Ben Letson 9 Adam Sternberger 10. 7 Mike Shaw 7 Ibrahim Kamara 12. 6 Chris Karcz 6 Josh Gros 6 Brian Sentowski 6 Jeff Zaun 16. 5 Ian Checcio 5 Pedro Lopes 5 Brian Piesner 5 Dustin Sheppard

‘83-’86 ‘85-’87 ‘88-’91 ‘98-’01 ‘92-’95 ‘91-’94 ‘86-90 ‘86-89 ‘03-’07 ‘93-’96 ‘08-11 ‘01-’04 ‘00-’03 ‘90-93 ‘90-’93 ‘94-’97 ‘90-’94 ‘96-’98 ‘98-’01

SAVES 1. 363 2. 303 3. 275 4. 214 5. 209 6. 199 7. 185 8. 178 9. 171 10. 169

Joe DeMorat Steve Widdowson Jon Conway Dave Barrueta Dave Yeager Ricky Zinter Matt VanOekel Jon Conway Bill Andracki Kori Hunter

‘84-’87 ‘94-’96 ‘96-’99 ‘88-’90 ‘82-’84 ‘99-’02 ‘05-‘07 ‘96-’98 ‘90-’91 ‘92, ‘93

SHUTOUTS 1. 33 2. 27 3. 24 4. 23 5. 19 6. 18

Joe DeMorat Dave Barrueta Jon Conway Bill Andracki Steve Widdowson Jon Conway

‘84-’87 ‘88-’90 ‘96-’99 ‘90-’91 ‘94-’95 ‘96-’98

GAMES IN GOAL 1. 73 Joe DeMorat 2. 72 Jon Conway 3. 67 Steve Widdowson 4. 50 Ricky Zinter 50 Dave Barrueta 6. 44 Bill Andracki

‘84-’87 ‘96-’98 ‘94-’95 ‘99-’02 ‘88-’90 ‘90-’91

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SiNgLE-SEaSON rECOrdS pOINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 13. 16. 17. 18. 20.

Herb Schmidt Herb Schmidt Peter Vermes Herb Schmidt Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Lino DiCuollo Hamisi Amani-Dove Dennis Ludwig Josh Gros Bobby Joe Esposito Rob Johnson Hamisi Amani-Dove Lino DiCuollo Peter Csirmaz Rob Johnson Bobby Joe Esposito Mike Shaw Lino DiCuollo Dustin Sheppard Billy Walsh

GOALS 1. 34 2. 33 3. 23 4. 21 5. 17 17 17 17 17 10. 16 11. 15 15 13. 13 13 13 13 17. 12

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year 1961 1960 1987 1959 1990 1989 1989 1993 2001 2003 1983 1991 1995 1991 1981 1994 1986 1996 1988 2000 1997

Herb Schmidt Herb Schmidt Herb Schmidt Peter Vermes Lino DiCuollo Richard Goodstat Dennis Ludwig Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Josh Gros Hamisi Amani-Dove Bobby Joe Esposito Hamisi Amani-Dove Rob Johnson Rob Johnson Bobby Joe Esposito Peter Csirmaz

G A pts. 34 2 70 33 2 68 21 10 52 23 4 50 17 9 43 17 7 41 17 6 40 15 9 39 17 5 39 16 5 37 11 15 37 13 9 35 13 9 35 12 9 33 12 9 33 13 7 33 13 4 30 12 5 29 12 4 28 12 4 28 11 5 27

1961 1960 1959 1987 1989 1964 2001 1989 1990 2003 1993 1986 1995 1994 1991 1983 1983

12 12 12 12 12

Lino DiCuollo Lino DiCuollo Bobby Joe Espostio Mike Shaw Dustin Sheppard

1991 1988 1985 1996 2000

Brian Sentowski Bobby Joe Esposito Brian Sentowski Mark Edelstein Peter Vermes Hamisi Amani-Dove Hamisi Amani-Dove Peter Csirmaz Lino DiCuollo Darryl Edelstein Rob Johnson Steve Rammel Sherif El Bialy Dave Mueller Brian Piesner Niklas Sandor Rob Johnson Rocky Strazzella Sherif El Bialy Josh Gros

1991 1983 1993 1986 1987 1995 1993 1981 1991 1987 1991 1990 2001 1989 1997 1996 1994 1994 2000 2000

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 10 Peter Vermes 2. 8 Hamisi Amani-Dove 8 Dennis Ludwig 4. 7 Lino DiCuollo 5. 6 Bobby Joe Esposito 6 Rob Johnson 6. 5 Josh Gros 5 Steve Rammel 5 Steve Rammel 5 Mike Shaw 5 Adam Sternberger 7. 4 Ian Checcio 4 Lino DiCuollo 4 Darryl Edelstein 4 Bobby Joe Esposito 4 Bobby Joe Esposito 4 Ibrahim Kamara 4 Dustin Sheppard 4 Jeff Zaun

1987 1993 2001 1989 1983 1991 2003 1990 1989 1996 2005 1997 1990 1988 1984 1985 2009 2000 1991

ASSISTS 1. 12 2. 11 11 4. 10 10 6. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 13. 8 8 8 8 17. 7 7 7 7

GAMES STARTED 1. 27 Steve Widdowson 2. 26 Pedro Lopes 3. 25 Guy Abrahamson 25 Dennis Ludwig 25 Alan Branigan 6. 24 Dustin Sheppard 24 Chris Brauchle 24 Rob Johnson 24 Steve Rammel 24 Pedro Lopes 24 Lino DiCuollo 24 Steve Rammel 13. 23 14 Tied

1994 1994 2001 2001 1994 2001 1989 1994 1990 1990 1989 1989

SAVES 1. 141 2. 127 3. 108 4. 106 5. 102 102 7. 99 8. 97 9. 93 10. 83 83

Joe DeMorat Kori Hunter Andy Kruczek Steve Widdowson Bill Andracki Steve Widdowson Dave Yeager Jon Conway Joe DeMorat Dave Barrueta Matt VanOekel

1987 1993 1981 1994 1991 1995 1983 1999 1986 1989 2007

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 0.38 Bill Andracki 2. 0.58 Dave Yeager 3. 0.60 Joe DeMorat 4. 0.69 Dave Barruetta 5. 0.70 Dave Barruetta 6. 0.73 Bill Andracki 7. 0.79 Joe DeMorat 8. 0.80 Joe DeMorat 0.80 Jon Conway 10. 0.82 Matt VanOekel

1990 1983 1987 1988 1989 1991 1985 1984 1999 2006

SHUTOUTS 1. 13 13 3. 12 4. 11 5. 10 10 10 10 9. 9 9

1988 1990 1989 1984 1991 1989 1993 1994 1986 1995

Joe DeMorat Bill Andracki Dave Barruetta Dave Yeager Bill Andracki Dave Barruetta Kori Hunter Steve Widdowson Joe DeMorat Steve Widdowson


yEar-By-yEar LEadErS GOALS 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 2010 2011 ASSISTS 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Peter Csirmaz Terry Bellinger Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Peter Vermes Lino DiCuollo Lino DiCuollo Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Rob Johnson Rob Johnson Hamisi Amani-Dove Rob Johnson Hamisi Amani-Dove Mike Shaw Billy Walsh Brian Piesner Christopher Stewart Nick Ross Dennis Ludwig Dustin Sheppard Dennis Ludwig Sammy Castellanos Chris Karcz Josh Gros Josh Gros Scott Gahagan Adam Sternberger Adam Sternberger Tomislav Barisic Dilly Duka Ibrahim Kamara Yannick Salmon Juan Pablo Correa Kene Eze

12 5 13 10 12 15 21 12 17 17 17 13 7 15 13 13 12 11 4 4 4 8 12 17 6 6 6 16 4 8 5 5 8 7 6 6 6

Peter Csirmaz Wally Bankett Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Mark Edelstein Peter Vermes Dave Mueller Dave Mueller Steve Rammel Brian Sentowski Rocky Strazzella Brian Sentowski Rob Johnson Rocky Strazzella Hamisi Amani-Dove Niklas Sandor Brian Piesner Brian Piesner John Yousssef Sherif El Bialy Josh Gros Sherif El Bialy Sammy Castellanos

9 4 11 4 6 10 10 7 8 9 12 7 11 7 7 9 8 8 5 6 7 7 8 5

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Wes Kirk Tommy Gray Chris Moore Chris Moore Chris Moore Kevin McFadden Bryant Knibbs Nate Bourdeau Brennan McNicoll Robbie McLarney Juan Pablo Correa

pOINTS 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 2010 2011

Peter Csirmaz Terry Bellinger Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Bobby Joe Esposito Peter Vermes Lino DiCuollo Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Rob Johnson Rob Johnson Hamisi Amani-Dove Rob Johnson Hamisi Amani-Dove Mike Shaw Billy Walsh Brian Piesner Dennis Ludwig Dustin Sheppard Dennis Ludwig Sammy Castellanos Josh Gros Scott Gahagan Adam Sternberger Adam Sternberger Tomislav Barisic Dilly Duka Ibrahim Kamara Yannick Salmon Juan Pablo Correa

SHUTOUTS 1981 Andy Kruczek 1982 Dave Yeager 1983 Steve Erdman 1984 Dave Yeager 1985 Joe DeMorat 1986 Joe DeMorat 1987 Joe DeMorat 1988 Dave Barrueta 1989 Dave Barrueta 1990 Bill Andracki 1991 Bill Andracki 1992 Tony Faticoni 1993 Kori Hunter 1994 Steve Widdowson 1995 Steve Widdowson 1996 Jon Conway 1997 Jon Conway 1998 Jon Conway

6 3 6 5 5 6 4 2 2 2 5 33 13 37 24 30 34 52 28 41 43 35 18 39 33 35 29 27 13 19 28 39 17 37 8 19 11 10 17 16 12 17 4 2 2 11 5 9 6 12 10 13 10 5 10 10 7 3 7 8

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jon Conway Ricky Zinter JD Martin Ricky Zinter RIcky Zinter Scott Conway Lubos Ancin Matt VanOekel Matt VanOekel Matt VanOekel Amir Haghshenas Alex Morgans Adam Klink Kevin McMullen

6 7 3 3 4 2 6 3 6 4 4 2 3 3

SAVES 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 2010 2011

Andy Kruczek Dave Yeager Dave Yeager Joe DeMorat Joe DeMorat Joe DeMorat Joe DeMorat Dave Barruetta Dave Barruetta Bill Andracki Bill Andracki Tony Faticoni Kori Hunter Steve Widdowson Steve Widdowson Steve Widdowson Jon Conway Jon Conway Jon Conway Ricky Zinter Ricky Zinter Ricky Zinter Scott Conway Lubos Ancin Lubos Ancin Matt VanOekel Matt VanOekel Amir Haghshenas Alex Morgans Adam Klink Kevin McMullen

108 67 99 61 68 93 141 109 83 69 102 76 127 106 102 73 82 59 97 66 52 81 55 33 39 65 83 61 30 57 69

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1981 Andy Kruczek 1982 Dave Yeager 1983 Dave Yeager 1984 Joe DeMorat 1985 Joe DeMorat 1986 Joe DeMorat 1987 Joe DeMorat 1988 Dave Barruetta 1989 Dave Barruetta 1990 Bill Andracki 1991 Bill Andracki 1992 Kori Hunter 1993 Kori Hunter 1994 Steve Widdowson

1.20 1.30 0.58 0.80 0.79 1.25 0.60 0.69 0.70 0.38 0.73 1.19 1.05 1.15

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yEar-By-yEar LEadErS 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Steve Widdowson Jon Conway Jon Conway Jon Conway Jon Conway Ricky Zinter JD Martin Ricky Zinter Scott Conway Lubos Ancin Matt VanOekel Matt VanOekel Matt VanOekel Amir Haghshenas Adam Klink Adam Klink Kevin McMullen

1.16 1.13 1.09 0.88 0.80 1.19 0.96 1.23 1.19 0.80 1.30 0.82 1.39 1.16 1.68 1.29 1.36

2000 2001 2002

2003

2004 2005 2006

GAMES 1982 Terry Bellinger, Walter Blanet, Phil Neary, Ed LaPerche 1983 Bobby Joe Esposito, Dave Masur, Mike Talerico, Ed LaPerche, Mario Zavala 1984 Bobby Joe Esposito, Ray Goon, Ed LaPerche, Glen Carbonera, Tyler Isaacson 1985 Bobby Joe Esposito Ed LaPerche, Peter Vermes 1986 Darryl Edelstein, Tyler Isaacson, Glen Carbonera 1987 Keith Beach, Glen Carbonera, Joe DeMorat, Tyler Isaacson, Chuck Pearson, Peter Vermes 1988 Chris Beach, Chris Brauchle, Tony DeOrio, Lino DiCuollo, Darryl Edelstein, Alexi Lalas, Dan Lidner, Dave Mueller 1989 Chris Brauchle, Lino DiCuollo, Darryl Edelstein, Alexi Lalas, Ben Letson 1990 Pedro Lopes, Steve Rammel 1991 Bill Andracki, Alexi Lalas, Dan Lidner, Brent Longenecker, Andreas Maier, Jeff Zaun 1992 Hamisi Amani-Dove, Brent Longenecker, Rocky Strazzella, Vic Tartara 1993 Brent Longenecker, Pedro Lopes, Rocky Strazzella 1994 Alan Branigan, Steve Widdowson 1995 Hamisi Amani-Dove, Ian Checcio, Kevin O’Connell, Steve Widdowson 1996 Phil Napolitano, Jim Paviolitis 1997 Ian Checcio, Jim Paviolitis, Brian Piesner, Billy Walsh 1998 Brian Piesner, Chris Stewart, Simon Forster, Dustin Sheppard, David Boutilier Christian Schwarz, John Rath, Jim Paviolitis, Jon Conway 1999 Simon Forster, David Boutilier, Christian Schwarz, Jon Conway,

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16

2007

19 2008 19

2009

19

2010

20

2011

Brian Piesner, Guy Abrahamson Dustin Sheppard, David Boutilier Dustin Sheppard, Dennis Ludwig, Chris Karcz, Guy Abrahamson Sammy Castellanos, Chris Karcz, Josh Gros, Wes Kirk, Guy Abrahamson, Anthony Schiavino, Ricky Zinter Josh Gros, Ricardo Arenas, Nick LaBrocca, Wes Kirk, Gustavo Mora, Todd Moser, Brinker Dailey Tom Gray, Nick LaBrocca, Bart Koffeman, Wes Kirk Adam Sternberger, Chris Moore, Nick LaBrocca, Kevin O’Connor, Brinker Dailey Tomislav Barisic, Bart Koffeman, Nick LaBrocca, Kevin O’Connor, Adam Sternberger Dilly Duka, Chris Edwards, Adam Lloyd, Aly Mazhar, Kevin O’Connor, Adam Sternberger Josh Carroll, Amir Haghshenas, Aly Mazhar, Yannick Salmon Nate Bourdeau, Bryant Knibbs Nye Winslow Nate Bourdeau, Ibrahim Karama Bryant Knibbs, Robbie McLarney Sam Archer, Nathan Bruccoleri Nate Bourdeau, Ibrahim Kamara Bryant Knibbs, Dragan Naumoski

21 20 25

1998 19

1999

22

2000 2001 2002

18 19

2003 2004

18

2005 2006 2007 2008

19 18 19 16 21

24

22 24 24 23 21 23 27 22 23 23

21

1996 1997

STARTS 1982 Terry Bellinger, Walter Banket, Phil Neary 16 1983 Bobby Joe Esposito, Dave Masur, Michael Talenco, Ed LaPerche 19 1984 Bobby Joe Esposito, Ray Goon, Ed LaPerche 19 1985 Bobby Joe Esposito, Ed LaPerche, Peter Vermes 19 1986 Darryl Edelstein, Tyler Isaacson 20 1987 Glen Carbonera, Joe DeMorat, Tyler Isaacson, Chuck Pearson, Peter Vermes 24 1988 Chris Beach, Chris Brauche, Tony DeOrio, Lino DiCuollo, Darryl Edelstein, Alexi Lalas, Dan Lidner, Dave Mueller 22 1989 Chris Brauchle, Lino DiCuollo, Alexi Lalas 24 1990 Pedro Lopes, Steve Rammel 24 1991 Bill Andracki, Alexi Lalas, Dan Lidner, Brent Longenecker Andreas Maier, Jeff Zaun 23 1992 Hamisi Amani-Dove, Brent Longenecker, Rocky Strazzella, Vic Tartara 21 1993 Brent Longenecker, Pedro Lopes, Rocky Strazzella 23 1994 Steve Widdowson 27 1995 Hamisi Amani-Dove,

2009 2010 2011

Ian Checcio, Steve Widdowson Jim Paviolitis Ian Checcio, Jim Paviolitis, Billy Walsh Brian Piesner, Jon Conway, Jim Paviolitis, John Rath, Jason Kenig Christian Schwarz, Guy Abrahamson, Simon Forster, David Boutilier, Jon Conway David Boutilier Dennis Ludwig, Guy Abrahamson Sammy Castellanos, Chris Karcz, Josh Gros, Wes Kirk, Guy Abrahamson, Anthony Schiavino, Ricky Zinter Todd Moser, Wes Kirk Nick LaBrocca, Bart Koffeman, Wes Kirk Chris Moore, Nick LaBrocca Bart Koffeman, Nick La Brocca Adam Lloyd Josh Carroll, Amir Haghshenas Yannick Salmon Yannick Salmon Bryant Knibbs Nate Bourdeau, Bryant Knibbs Dragan Naumoski

22 23 23 21 21 20 25

19 22 18 19 18 19 18 18 16 21


yEar-By-yEar rESuLtS 1938 (0-4-0) 10/2 H Trenton State 10/8 A Trenton State 10/15 A Panzer 10/24 H Peddie

L L L L

0-3 0-3 2-3 2-3

1939 (0-4-0) 10/7 A Princeton JV 10/13 A F&M 10/25 A Lafayette 11/10 A Panzer

L L L L

0-7 0-8 1-4 1-4

1940 (1-3-1) 10/2 H Swarthmore J.V. 10/9 A Princeton J.V. 10/13 A Lehigh 11/2 H F&M 11/9 H Lafayette

T L L W L

1-1 1-6 1-4 2-1 1-2

1941 (0-5-0) 10/15 H Princeton J.V. 10/22 H Lehigh 10/31 H Trenton State 11/5 A Stevens 11/8 A Lafayette

L L L L L

1-4 2-3 1-2 0-2 1-4

1942 (1-4-0) 10/17 A Lehigh 10/31 H Princeton 11/7 H Trenton State 11/11 H Lafayette 11/18 A Stevens

L L L W L

1-3 0-5 0-5 3-2 0-5

1946 (4-1-1) 10/19 A Gettysburg 10/25 H Ursinus 11/2 H Stevens 11/6 H Seton Hall 11/9 A Muhlenberg 11/10 A Lafayette

W W L W T W

4-3 3-1 0-1 4-1 1-1 3-1

1947 (10-2-2) 10/10 H Panzer 10/15 H Princeton J.V. 10/18 H Swarthmore 10/22 A Seton Hall 10/25 A Ursinus 10/29 A Trenton State 11/1 A Stevens 11/5 H Temple 11/8 H Muhlenberg 11/11 H Brooklyn 11/15 H Lafayette 11/19 A Lehigh 11/26 A Swarthmore 12/6 H Bucknell

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

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

1948 (1-8) 10/24 A 10/23 H 10/27 H 10/30 A 11/3 A 11/9 A 11/17 A 11/24 H 12/1 A

L L W L L L L L L

1-4 1-4 4-2 1-3 1-3 0-7 2-3 0-1 0-1

Trenton State Haverford Lehigh Seton Hall Stevens Institute Temple Muhlenberg Lafayette Panzer

1949 (3-3-3) 10/19 H Lehigh 10/22 H Swarthmore 10/26 A Trenton State 10/29 H Ursinus 11/5 H Stevens 11/9 A Temple 11/12 H Muhlenberg 11/19 A Seton Hall 11/26 H Lafayette

T L T W W L T L W

1-1 1-4 1-1 2-0 3-2 1-3 1-1 1-2 3-1

1950 (5-2-1) 10/25 H Trenton State 10/28 A Haverford 11/1 A Lehigh 11/10 A Stevens Institute 11/18 H Temple 11/25 A Muhlenberg 12/6 H Lafayette 12/10 A CCNY

W L W W L W W T

1-0 1-4 3-2 3-1 1-4 4-2 2-0 1-1

1951 (5-4) 11/3 A 11/8 H 11/14 A 11/17 H 11/20 A 11/27 H 12/4 H 12/11 A 12/17 A

Swarthmore Ursinus Stevens Institute Muhlenberg Princeton Lafayette Lehigh CCNY Lehigh

L W W W L W L W L

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

1952 (1-5-3) 10/23 H Princeton 10/29 A Trenton State 11/1 H Haverford 11/5 A Lehigh 11/8 A Temple 11/14 A Stevens Institute 11/21 H CCNY 11/28 H Muhlenberg 12/5 A Lafayette

L T L L L W T T L

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

1953 (5-3) 10/10 A 10/17 A 10/22 H 10/31 A 11/11 H 11/16 H 11/17 A 11/24 A

Princeton Swarthmore Ursinus Temple Stevens Institute Muhlenberg Lafayette Lehigh

L W W L W W L W

0-1 3-2 4-1 1-7 2-1 8-1 2-3 3-1

1954 (3-4) 10/16 A 10/23 H 10/27 A 10/30 H 11/5 A 11/13 A 11/18 A

Haverford Lehigh Temple Stevens Institute Muhlenberg Lafayette Pennsylvania

L 2-3 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 3-2 W 6-4 L 1-2 L 2-13

1955 (9-2) 10/15 H 10/18 A 10/22 A 10/26 H 10/29 A 11/2 A 11/5 H 11/9 H 11/12 H 11/22 H 11/27 A

Swarthmore Lehigh Ursinus Temple Stevens Institute Trenton State Muhlenberg Fordham Lafayette Bucknell Drexel

W W W W W L W W W W L

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

1956 (4-3) 10/10 A 10/15 H 10/19 H 10/27 H 10/31 H 11/3 A 11/10 A

Temple Haverford Lehigh Stevens Institute Trenton State Muhlenberg Lafayette

L L L W W W W

2-4 2-3 0-1 1-0 1-0 5-2 1-0

1957 (9-2) 10/5 A 10/9 H 10/16 H 10/18 H 10/19 A

Princeton Temple Columbia Ursinus Haverford

L W W W W

0-3 3-0 6-1 1-0 5-3

10/26 10/27 11/9 11/12 11/23 11/26

A A H H A A

Drew Stevens Institute Lehigh Muhlenberg Lafayette Swarthmore

W W W W W L

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

1958 (4-6-2) 10/4 H Princeton 10/11 H Haverford 10/15 A Ursinus 10/18 H Columbia 10/21 H Drew 10/25 H Stevens Institute 10/29 H Rider 11/1 H Lehigh 11/5 A Lafayette 11/7 A Muhlenberg 11/13 A Temple 11/15 H Wagner

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

1-2 0-2 4-4 1-1 3-2 2-0 1-0 2-5 1-3 1-3 1-3 2-1

1959 (7-4-1) 10/5 A Princeton 10/7 A Columbia 10/10 A Stevens Institute 10/14 H Ursinus 10/21 A Drew 10/27 A Wagner 10/29 A Rider 10/30 A Lehigh 11/4 H Lafayette 11/7 H Muhlenberg 11/12 H Temple 11/19 A Haverford

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

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

1960 (11-2) 9/29 H 10/2 H 10/15 A 10/20 H 10/25 H 10/29 H 11/2 A 11/9 A 11/12 A 11/15 A 11/16 H 11/20 H 11/27 A

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

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

1961 (12-1-1) 9/23 A FDU T 9/30 A Princeton W 10/7 A Stevens Institute W 10/14 H Rider W 10/19 A Wagner W 10/27 A Hofstra W 10/28 A Lehigh W 11/1 H Lafayette W 11/4 H Muhlenberg W 11/11 A Haverford W 11/15 A Columbia W 11/20 A FDU W 11/23 A #Brockport TeachersW 11/27 H #St. Louis L

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

1962 (8-1) 9/28 H 10/6 H 10/19 H 10/23 H 10/27 H 10/31 A 11/3 H 11/10 A 11/24 A

Princeton Stevens Institute Ursinus Wagner Hofstra Lehigh Lafayette Muhlenberg Temple Haverford Columbia Drexel #Maryland

Princeton Stevens Institute Wagner Hofstra Lehigh Lafayette Seton Hall Rider Columbia

W W W W W W L W W

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

1963 (2-6-1) 9/28 A Princeton 10/2 A Wagner 10/9 H Long Island 10/22 A Hofstra 10/28 A Lehigh 10/30 H Lafayette 11/9 A Seton Hall 11/16 A Colgate 11/23 H Rider

T W L W L L L L L

1964 (7-5) 9/30 H 10/7 A 10/10 A 10/17 H 10/21 H 10/23 A 10/27 A 10/31 H 11/4 A 11/7 H 11/11 H 11/14 A

W 10-1 L 2-4 W 4-1 L 1-4 W 7-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 3-0 L 2-11 W 3-2 W 6-0 L 0-2

Wagner Long Island Bucknell Princeton Hofstra Columbia Lafayette Lehigh Army Colgate Seton Hall Rider

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

1965 (8-2-1) 10/2 H Rider 10/9 H Bucknell 10/13 A Hofstra 10/16 A Princeton 10/19 H Long Island 10/23 H Columbia 10/27 H Lafayette 10/30 A Lehigh 11/6 A Colgate 11/10 A Seton Hall 11/13 H Army

T W W L W W W W W W L

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

1966 (9-2-1) 10/1 A Lafayette 10/5 A Rider 10/8 A Bucknell 10/15 H Lafayette 10/22 H Princeton 10/29 H Columbia 11/2 H Lehigh 11/5 H Hofstra 11/9 A Colgate 11/12 A Seton Hall 11/15 A Army 11/23 H Air Force

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

1-0 2-0 7-2 1-0 0-0 2-0 5-1 2-0 0-3 3-0 1-9 5-2

1967 (5-4-1) 9/30 H Lafayette 10/4 H Rider 10/7 H Bucknell 10/18 A Lehigh 10/20 A Princeton 10/21 H Long Island 10/28 A Columbia 11/1 A Hofstra 11/7 A Seton Hall 11/11 H Army

W W L W L L T L W W

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

1968 (4-6-1) 10/2 A Lafayette 10/5 A Bucknell 10/9 A Rider 10/16 H Lehigh 10/19 H Long Island 10/22 A Columbia 10/26 A Hofstra 10/30 H Colgate 11/2 H Seton Hall 11/5 H Army 11/8 A Princeton

W L L W T L L L W L W

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

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yEar-By-yEar rESuLtS 1969 (1-9-1) 10/1 H Lafayette 10/4 H Bucknell 10/7 H Army 10/16 A Lehigh 10/18 A Long Island 10/25 H Columbia 10/27 A Princeton 10/29 H Hofstra 11/1 A Colgate 11/4 A Seton Hall 11/8 H Rider

W L L L L L L L L L T

3-0 4-5 0-5 0-4 1-3 1-6 1-5 0-6 0-4 0-1 1-1

1970 (2-9) 9/28 A 10/2 A 10/6 H 10/13 H 10/16 H 10/20 H 10/23 A 10/28 A 10/30 H 11/3 H 11/9 A

Bucknell Army Fordham Lehigh Princeton Columbia Hofstra Colgate Seton Hall Rider Lafayette

L L W L L L W L L L L

0-3 0-4 3-1 1-2 1-2 0-7 2-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 1-2

1971 (3-9) 9/28 H 10/2 H 10/5 H 10/9 A 10/13 A 10/16 A 10/20 A 10/23 H 10/28 H 10/30 A 11/3 A 11/9 A

Pennsylvania Bucknell Army Fordham Lehigh Princeton Hofstra Columbia Rider Colgate Lafayette Seton Hall

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

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

1972 (2-9) 9/7 A 9/30 A 10/3 A 10/11 H 10/14 A 10/18 H 10/21 H 10/25 H 10/28 A 11/2 H 11/7 A

Army Pennsylvania Bucknell Lehigh Rider Hofstra Princeton Fordham Columbia Seton Hall Lafayette

L 1-12 L 0-11 L 1-2 L 0-4 L 0-6 L 2-3 L 1-4 L 0-2 L 1-4 W 3-1 W 2-1

1973 (3-6-2) 9/23 A Army 9/29 H Pennsylvania 10/2 H Bucknell 10/6 H Lehigh 10/10 A Rider 10/13 H Hofstra 10/17 A Princeton 10/20 A Fordham 10/24 A Columbia 10/27 H Seton Hall 11/1 A Lafayette

L L L L W W L L T T W

0-4 0-2 1-2 2-4 3-2 3-0 1-2 3-5 0-0 1-1 Fft.

1974 (2-8-3) 9/21 A Lafayette 9/28 A Lynchberg 10/1 A Army 10/5 A Pennsylvania 10/9 H Bucknell 10/12 A Lehigh 10/16 H Rider 10/19 H Hofstra 10/23 H Princeton 10/26 A Fordham 10/28 H Columbia 10/31 H FDU 11/3 H Seton Hall

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

2-2 1-3 1-6 0-2 0-3 1-5 0-2 5-0 2-2 2-3 2-0 1-3 1-1

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1975 (4-8) 9/20 H 9/30 H 10/1 H 10/5 H 10/8 A 10/10 H 10/15 A 10/18 A 10/22 A 10/25 H 10/28 A 10/31 H

Lafayette Army Pennsylvania Bucknell Lehigh Rider Hofstra Princeton Fordham Columbia FDU Seton Hall

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

1-0 1-4 1-4 0-3 2-5 2-4 4-1 1-4 1-2 4-3 0-4 4-0

1976 (2-8-1) 9/18 A Lafayette 9/27 A Army 9/27 H Penn 10/2 A Bucknell 10/6 H Lehigh 10/9 A Rider 10/13 H Hofstra 10/16 H Princeton 10/20 H Fordham 10/22 A Columbia 10/26 H FDU

L L L L T L W L W L L

1-4 1-4 0-8 0-6 1-1 0-2 2-0 0-2 6-0 1-2 4-5

1977 (4-8-2) 9/17 A Lafayette 9/23 H Army 10/1 H Pennsylvania 10/5 A Bucknell 10/7 H Lehigh 10/12 A Rider 10/13 H FDU 10/15 A Princeton 10/19 H Fordham 10/21 H Columbia 10/28 H Seton Hall 11/2 A Drexel 11/5 H St. Peter’s 11/9 A Temple

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

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

1978 (3-9-1) 9/22 A Army 9/27 A Pennsylvania 9/30 A Bucknell 10/4 H Lehigh 10/7 A Columbia 10/10 H Fordham 10/14 A Temple 10/18 H Princeton 10/21 H FDU 10/24 H Seton Hall 10/27 A Drexel 11/1 H Lafayette 11/4 H St. Peter’s

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

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

1979 (6-6-2) 9/21 H Army 9/26 H Penn 9/28 H Bucknell 10/3 A Columbia 10/12 H Old Dom. 10/17 A Fordham 10/20 A Temple 10/24 A Princeton 10/26 H FDU 10/31 H Seton Hall 11/2 A Lehigh 11/7 A St. Peter’s 11/13 H Lafayette 11/20 H Drexel

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

0-0 3-2 1-0 1-2 0-1 4-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 1-1 4-3 2-0 3-1 0-1

1980 (9-3-3) 9/19 A Army 9/24 H Long Island 9/27 A Loyola 10/1 H Navy

W L T W

1-0 0-2 0-0 2-1

10/4 10/8 10/11 10/14 10/18 10/22 10/31 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

A H A A H H A A H H A

FDU Bucknell Lehigh Rider Columbia Princeton Temple Seton Hall St. Peter’s Lafayette Drexel

W W W T L W W W W T L

2-0 3-1 2-0 2-2 1-2 2-1 2-1 9-0 1-0 0-0 0-2

1981 (12-2-1) 9/12 N Bowdoin 9/14 A Maine 9/18 H Army 9/23 A Long Island 9/30 A FDU 10/3 H Bucknell 10/7 A Lehigh 10/10 H Rider 10/13 H Rhode Island 10/16 A Princeton 10/21 A Temple 10/30 H Seton Hall 11/3 H St. Peter’s 11/7 A Lafayette 11/11 A Drexel

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

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

1982 (8-7-1) 9/11 H Villanova 9/17 A Army 9/22 H Long Island 9/29 H FDU 10/1 A Bucknell 10/6 H Lehigh 10/9 A Rider 10/12 A Rhode Island 10/15 H Princeton 10/17 A Connecticut 10/20 H Temple 10/29 A Seton Hall 10/29 A Penn State 11/5 H St. Peter’s 11/11 H Lafayette 11/18 A Drexel

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

4-0 1-0 0-2 4-1 0-2 0-3 0-1 0-2 1-1 0-2 2-1 4-0 0-3 1-0 3-2 2-1

1983 (17-1-2) 9/10 A Villanova 9/17 H Army 9/21 H Monmouth 9/21 H East Carolina 9/24 A FDU 9/28 H Bucknell 9/29 A Lehigh 10/3 N St. Joseph’s 10/7 A Massachusetts 10/8 H Rhode Island 10/10 A Princeton 10/14 A Temple 10/19 H Penn State 10/23 H Seton Hall 10/26 H Connecticut 10/30 H Rider 11/1 A Lafayette 11/8 H South Carolina 11/12 A Drexel 11/19 A #FDU

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

4-0 2-0 1-0 4-1 3-2 4-0 3-1 2-0 3-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 5-2 1-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 2-0 3-1 1-2

1984 (10-6-3) 9/7 A Oneonta 9/8 H Hartwick 9/15 A Army 9/19 A Monmouth 9/21 A Lafayette 9/23 H Massachusetts 9/26 H FDU 9/29 A Bucknell 10/3 H Lehigh

L L W W L T T W W

0-1 0-2 3-0 3-1 0-2 0-0 1-1 2-1 4-0

10/5 10/10 10/14 10/17 10/20 10/24 10/31 11/4 11/9 11/12

A A H H H A A A H H

Penn State Rhode Island Phil.Textile Temple St. Joseph’s Seton Hall Rider Connecticut Drexel Princeton

W W L L W W W T W L

3-2 1-0 0-3 0-1 3-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 2-1 0-1

1985 (12-3-4) 9/7 H Robert Morris 9/11 H Kean 9/14 H Army 9/18 A Monmuth 9/21 A St. Joseph’s 9/25 A FDU 10/1 A Lehigh 10/4 H Bucknell 10/4 N South Florida 10/5 A Tampa 10/8 H Rhode Island 10/12 A Phil. Texile 10/16 A Temple 10/19 H Old Dominion 10/23 H Seton Hall 10/31 H Connecticut 11/2 A Rider 11/5 A Lafayette 11/8 A Princeton

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

7-0 3-1 2-0 3-1 1-0 2-1 2-1 3-1 2-3 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-2 0-0 4-0 0-3 4-0 1-1 0-0

1986 (11-7-2) 9/6 H Maine 9/10 A Monmouth 9/13 A Army 9/16 H Penn State 9/20 A Southern Conn. 9/24 H FDU 9/29 H Bucknell 10/8 A St. Joseph’s 10/11 H Lehigh 10/14 H Rhode Island 10/17 H Phil. Texile 10/19 H Temple 10/20 A Old Dominion 10/22 A Virginia 10/25 H Seton Hall 11/2 A N.C. State 11/5 H Rider 11/8 H Connecticut 11/12 H Princeton 11/17 A Massachusetts

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

3-0 3-1 2-4 0-1 1-0 2-1 8-0 2-1 3-0 1-3 2-1 3-0 0-2 1-4 1-3 1-1 2-0 0-1 3-1 2-2

1987 (18-4-2) 9/6 A Maine 9/9 H Monmouth 9/12 H Army 9/15 H St. Joseph’s 9/18 A Penn State 9/23 A FDU 9/26 H Bucknell 9/20 A Lehigh 10/2 N William & Mary 10/4 A Old Dominion 10/7 H Rhode Island 10/10 A Phil. Textile 10/13 A Temple 10/16 H Wake Forest 10/18 H Akron 10/21 H Seton Hall 10/25 H Connecticut 10/28 H Rider 10/31 A Massachusetts 11/4 A Princeton 11/7 H Temple 11/8 H Penn State 11/21 H #Seton Hall 11/29 H #Clemson

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

2-1 4-1 2-1 3-0 4-0 2-0 4-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 4-0 3-4 3-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 3-1 0-1 2-1 2-3


yEar-By-yEar rESuLtS 1988 (12-5-5) 9/7 A Monmouth 9/9 A Army 9/13 A St. Joseph’s 9/17 H Adelphi 9/21 H FDU 9/24 A Bucknell 9/28 H Lehigh 9/30 A South Florida 10/1 A FIU 10/5 A Rhode Island 10/8 A Phil Textile 10/11 H Temple 10/14 H Vermont 10/16 H St. Louis 10/19 A Seton Hall 10/22 H Notre Dame 10/26 A Rider 10/28 H Massachusetts 10/30 A Connecticut 11/2 H Princeton 11/4 H Temple 11/6 H Penn State

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

4-0 1-2 7-0 2-0 2-2 3-2 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-2 1-2 2-0 2-0 0-0 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-2

1989 (20-4) 9/6 H 9/7 A 9/9 H 9/17 A 9/20 A 9/23 H 9/27 A 9/28 N 9/30 H 10/3 A 10/4 H 10/7 A 10/10 A 10/13 H 10/15 H 10/18 H 10/20 H 10/22 A 10/25 H 10/28 A 11/3 H 11/19 H 11/25 H 12/2 H

Monmouth Army St. Joseph’s N.C. State FDU Montclair State Lehigh George Mason Rhode Island Phil. Textile Temple Boston College Boston Univ. Seton Hall San Diego State UCLA Rider Massachusetts Princeton Temple Penn State #Columbia #Vermont #Virginia

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

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

1990 (20-3-2) 9/4 H St. Bonaventure 9/7 N Old Dominion 9/8 A William & Mary 9/11 A St. Joseph’s 9/15 H Hartwick 9/18 H FDU 9/21 A Penn State 9/26 A George Mason 9/30 H West Virginia 10/3 A Rhode Island 10/6 H Phil. Textile 10/9 A Temple 10/13 H Virginia 10/14 H UCLA 10/17 A Seton Hall 10/20 H G. Washington 10/23 A Rider 10/26 H Massachusetts 10/30 H Princeton 11/2 H G. Washington 11/4 H Penn State 11/17 H #Adelphi* 11/25 H #Darthmouth 12/1 N #Evansville 12/2 N #UCLA@

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

6-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 5-1 2-2 0-3 0-0 6-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 2-1 3-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 1-0 1-0 0-1

*Rutgers advanced on penalty kicks (3-2) @ UCLA advanced on penalty kicks (4-3)

1991 (19-3-1) 9/7 N Loyola 9/8 A Virginia

W L

3-1 1-2

9/10 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/25 9/29 10/2 10/5 10/8 10/11 10/13 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/27 10/29 11/2 11/8 11/10 11/17 11/24

H A A H A H A A A H H A A A N A A N H H H

St. Joseph’s Hartwick FDU Penn State West Virginia Duke Rhode Island Phil. Textile Temple South Florida South Carolina Seton Hall G. Washington Rider Massachusetts Princeton St. Bonaventure Massachusetts Rhode Island #Old Dominion #SMU

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

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

1992 (10-8-3) 9/5 H Lafayette 9/9 A St. Joseph’s 9/11 N N.C. State 9/12 A Duke 9/16 H FDU 9/18 A Penn State 9/23 H West Virginia 9/26 H Massachusetts 9/30 A Rhode Island 10/3 H Phil. Textile 10/3 A Temple 10/7 H Akron 109 H Washington 10/11 H Seton Hall 10/14 A G. Washington 10/17 H Rider 10/21 A Brown 10/24 N South Carolina 10/25 A Princeton 10/28 H St. Bonaventure 11/6 H Massachusetts

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

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

1993 (17-5-1) 9/4 N Notre Dame 9/5 A Indiana 9/11 H St. Bonaventure 9/14 H St. Joseph’s 9/25 A Penn St. 9/22 H West Virginia 9/25 A Massachusetts 9/29 H Rhode Island 10/2 H Phil. Textile 10/4 A Temple 10/8 H Illinois St. 10/9 A SMU 10/13 H Seton Hall 10/16 H G. Washington 10/20 A Rider 10/23 H Hartwick 10/26 A Princeton 10/29 H Cal St. Fullerton 10/31 N UCLA 11/2 A Lafayette 11/5 A URI 11/7 H St. Joseph’s 11/14 H #Hartwick

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

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

1994 (14-10-3) 9/1 A West Virginia 9/4 H South Carolina 9/9 N Washington 9/17 N UNLV 9/18 A St. Joseph’s 9/26 A Penn State 9/30 H Massachusetts 10/2 H Rhode Island 10/3 H FIU 10/8 A UCLA 10/11 A Temple 10/15 H St. Bonaventure

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

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

10/19 10/22 10/27 10/30 11/2 11/4 11/9 11/19 11/27 12/3 11/12 11/19 11/27 12/3 12/9

H A N A H H H H H H H H H H N

Seton Hall G. Washington FDU Hartwick Princeton Tulsa SMU Lafayette St. Joseph’s Massachusetts #Loyola #St. John’s #Penn State #Brown #Virginia

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

1-3 7-0 2-0 1-3 2-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 4-2 4-3 3-1 1-0 3-2 3-1 1-2

1995 (10-6-6) 9/2 A FDU 9/5 H St. Joe’s 9/8 A Indiana 9/15 H Notre Dame 9/17 H Georgetown 9/20 H Villanova 9/24 H UConn 9/27 A St. John’s 9/30 A Providence 10/6 A Princeton 10/8 H Maryland 10/11 H Seton Hall 10/13 H Pittsburgh 10/15 A West Virginia 10/21 A Syracuse 10/24 H Hartwick 10/27 A FIU 10/29 N UNC-Charlotte 11/1 A Lafayette 11/4 H Boston College 11/10 H ^Georgetown* 11/11 H ^Pittsburgh

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

2-0 2-0 0-1 5-2 3-3 2-0 1-0 2-1 4-0 5-1 2-0 1-1 0-2 1-1 1-2 2-3 1-4 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-2 1-3

*Rutgers advanced on penalty kicks (6-5)

1996 (13-7-3) 9/1 H West Virginia 9/4 H FDU 9/14 A Syracuse 9/20 A Georgetown 9/22 A Providence 9/27 A Boston College 9/29 N Washington 10/4 H Portland 10/6 H Nevada-Las Vegas 10/9 A Fresno State 10/12 H Seton Hall 10/18 H Connecticut 10/20 H Notre Dame 10/24 H Pittsburgh 10/27 A Villanova 10/30 A Princeton 11/2 H St. John’s 11/5 H Lafayette 11/9 H ^Syracuse 11/16 H ^St. John’s* 11/17 H ^Notre Dame 11/23 H #Cornell 12/1 H #FIU

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

4-1 4-0 2-1 4-1 2-2 3-1 1-2 3-2 1-0 2-1 2-3 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-4 2-2 1-2 3-1 2-1 3-3 0-1 2-1 0-2

*Rutgers advanced on penalty kicks (3-2)

1997 (14-7-2) 8/30 H Seton Hall 9/5 A Indiana 9/6 N St. Louis 9/14 A UConn 9/17 H Villanova 9/21 H Georgetown 9/24 A FDU 9/27 A Pittsburgh 9/29 A Notre Dame 10/3 H Brown 10/5 H FIU 10/8 A St. John’s

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

1-0 3-4 1-2 2-0 1-1 1-3 2-0 4-2 0-1 3-1 2-4 0-0

10/11 10/18 10/21 10/27 10/26 10/29 11/1 11/8 11/14 11/16 11/23

H H A H H H A H N H H

American Syracuse Lafayette Boston College Providence Princeton West Virginia ^Villanova ^Georgetown ^St. John’s #Maryland

L W W W W W W W W W L

0-1 3-0 4-1 2-0 3-1 4-1 4-2 2-0 1-0 2-1 0-1

1998 (12-7-2) 9/2 H Villanova 9/5 A Washington 9/6 N Portland 9/12 H FDU 9/18 H Notre Dame 9/20 H Pittsburgh 9/24 A American 9/27 A Georgetown 9/30 A Seton Hall 10/2 H Richmond 10/4 H William & Mary 10/7 A Princeton 10/10 H West Virginia 10/13 H Lehigh 10/16 A Providence 10/18 A Boston College 10/25 A Syracuse 10/28 H St. John’s 10/31 H Connecticut 11/7 H ^Seton Hall 11/13 H ^St. John’s

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

1-0 2-3 0-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 2-1 1-1 2-1 1-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 3-1 1-2

1999 (12-6-3) 9/1 A FDU 9/4 A St. John’s 9/10 A Duke 9/11 N N.C. State 9/19 H Providence 9/22 H American 9/25 H Villanova 9/28 H Georgetown 10/1 H Portland 10/3 H So. Carolina 10/6 H Seton Hall 10/10 A Connecticut 10/15 A Pittsburgh 10/17 A Notre Dame 10/23 A West Virginia 10/27 H Syracuse 10/30 H Princeton 11/2 H Boston College 11/6 H ^Notre Dame 11/12 A ^Georgetown 11/20 H #Yale

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

2-1 0-0 2-2 0-1 3-1 1-0 3-0 3-0 0-3 0-1 2-1 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-2 2-1 4-2 1-0 2-0 0-2 0-1

2000 (10-9-1) 9/1 N CS-Fullerton 9/3 A San Diego 9/9 A Georgetown 9/13 A Seton Hall 9/16 H West Virginia 9/19 H FDU 9/22 A Boston College 9/24 A Providence 9/27 A Princeton 10/1 A Syracuse 10/6 H St. Louis 10/8 H American 10/11 H St. John’s 10/15 A Villanova 10/20 H Pittsburgh 10/22 H Notre Dame 10/25 H Pennsylvania 10/28 H Connecticut 11/5 A ^St. John’s 11/10 H ^Boston College

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

1-2 1-4 1-2 2-3 8-0 4-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 0-2 1-2 1-0 0-1 2-2 2-0 3-1 5-4 1-2 3-2 0-1

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yEar-By-yEar rESuLtS 2001 (15-7-3) 9/1 A Pittsburgh 9/7 A St. Louis 9/9 A Cincinnati 9/19 H Princeton 9/22 A Notre Dame 9/26 A St. John’s 9/30 H West Virginia 10/5 H Duke 10/7 H Cal-State Fullerton 10/10 H Monmouth 10/13 H Georgetown 10/17 H Syracuse 10/19 N Charleston 10/21 A South Carolina 10/23 A Pennsylvania 10/26 H Indiana 10/28 H Providence 10/31 A Seton Hall 11/3 A Connecticut 11/6 H Virginia Tech 11/10 H ^Seton Hall 11/16 A ^Connecticut 11/23 N #Harvard 11/25 A #Connecticut 12/2 A #Indiana 2002 (8-8-3) 8/30 A 8/31 N 9/7 A 9/18 H 9/21 A 9/25 A 9/29 H 10/4 H 10/6 H 10/9 H 10/12 A 10/17 H 10/19 H 10/23 H 10/26 H 10/30 A 11/2 A 11/4 H 11/9 A

Indiana Butler Providence Seton Hall Georgetown Villanova Notre Dame UCLA Old Dominion St. John’s Syracuse Monmouth South Carolina Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Princeton West Virginia Boston College ^Connecticut

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

2003 (11-7-4) 8/30 A William & Mary W 9/6 H Providence W 9/10 A St. John’s L 9/14 A Pittsburgh W 9/17 A Monmouth W 9/20 H Connecticut W 9/28 A Virginia Tech L 10/3 H San Diego State W 10/5 H St. Mary’s (CA) L 10/8 A Seton Hall T 10/11 A Notre Dame W 10/14 H Syracuse T 10/17 A Boston College T 10/22 H Villanova L 10/25 H West Virginia W 10/28 H Princeton W 10/31 A UCLA L 11/2 A Cal State Northridge L 11/8 H ^Seton Hall W 11/14 N ^St. John’s* T 11/22 H #Lafayette W 11/26 A #Akron L *St. John’s advanced on penalty kicks (4-3)

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

2004 (6-8-4) 9/3 H 9/8 H 9/10 N 9/12 A 9/15 H 9/19 H 9/22 A 9/24 H 10/1 H 10/3 H 10/6 A 10/9 H 10/13 H 10/16 A 10/20 A 10/23 H 10/27 H 10/30 A

Pittsburgh Monmouth William & Mary Old Dominion Temple Providence Villanova Michigan Col. of Charleston Hartwick St. John’s Boston College Georgetown Connecticut Syracuse Notre Dame Lehigh West Virginia

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

3-3 2-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-0 1-0 1-2 0-0 1-0 2-3 0-1 0-2 0-1 2-0 0-0

2005 (8-8-3) 9/2 H 9/3 H 9/9 A 9/11 A 9/16 H 9/18 H 9/23 A 9/25 A 9/28 A 10/1 H 10/5 H 10/8 A 10/12 H 10/15 A 10/19 H 10/22 H 10/26 H 10/29 A 11/2 A

San Diego State Holy Cross North Carolina Wake Forest West Virginia Pittsburgh Seton Hall Georgetown Princeton Cincinnati Villanova Louisville Bucknell DePaul St. Peter’s South Florida Syracuse St. John’s ^West Virginia

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

0-1 1-0 0-1 1-5 0-3 4-1 1-2 2-3 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-4 3-1 3-1 5-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 0-1

2006 (10-6-3) 8/25 A San Diego 8/27 A San Diego State 9/1 H Lehigh 9/8 A Connecticut 9/10 A Providence 9/15 H Seton Hall 9/17 H Georgetown 9/20 H Princeton 9/24 H Depaul 9/27 A Villanova 9/30 H South Florida 10/3 H Cleveland State 10/7 H St. John’s 10/14 A Cincinnati 10/18 A Syracuse 10/21 H Louisville 10/28 H ^Notre Dame 11/3 H ^West Virginia* 11/11 H #Rhode Island@

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

0-2 0-1 2-0 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 3-1 1-2 1-0 6-1 2-1 1-0 3-1 0-0 2-1 0-0 1-1

*West Virginia advanced on penalty kicks (4-2) @URI advanced on penalty kicks (4-2)

2007 (7-11-1) 8/31 A Michigan 9/2 A Oakland 9/8 H UIC 9/11 H Delaware 9/14 A Lehigh 9/21 H Notre Dame 9/23 H Marquette 9/28 A Georgetown 9/30 A Seton Hall 10/3 H Villanova 10/7 H Syracuse 10/10 H NJIT 10/13 A DePaul 10/17 H Penn

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

0-3 1-2 0-0 3-0 1--2 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-4 1-2 2-1 2-1 0-1 2-0

10/20 10/24 10/28 10/31 11/3

H A A H H

South Florida St. John’s Louisville Brown Cincinnati

W L L L L

3-1 0-1 1-3 0-2 0-1

Delaware Manhattan Towson St. Peters UC Santa Barbara Pittsburgh West Virginia Georgetown Seton Hall DePaul Villanova Syracuse Princeton Cincinnati NJIT Louisville South Florida St. Johns

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

2-1 3-0 1-2 0-0 3-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 2-1 0-0 0-2 3-2 0-3 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-1 0-1

2009 (9-10-0) 9/1 A Towson 9/4 H Stanford 9/6 H Saint Peter’s 9/11 A UC Santa Barbara 9/18 H Providence 9/20 H Connecticut 9/25 A Seton Hall 9/27 A Georgetown 10/2 H Syracuse 10/7 A St. John’s 10/10 A DePaul 10/13 A Brown 10/17 H Cincinnati 10/21 H NJIT 10/24 A Louisville 10/28 H Villanova 10/31 H USF 11/4 A ^West Virginia 11/7 A ^St. John’s

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

4-3 0-2 1-0 0-4 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-0 0-3 0-2 0-1 1-3 3-0 2-1 0-2 0-3 2-1 2-0 0-3

2010 (4-11-1) 9/1 A Lehigh 9/10 H Delaware 9/12 H St. Peter’s 9/17 H LIU 9/19 H Hartford 9/24 H Marquette 9/29 A Temple 10/2 A Cincinnati 10/5 A NJIT 10/9 H Louisville 10/13 A Villanova 10/16 A Pittsburgh 10/20 H St. John’s 10/23 A Syracuse 10/27 A USF

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

3-0 2-2 2-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 3-0 2-1

2008 (6-9-3) 8/29 H 8/31 H 9/03 H 9/7 H 9/12 H 9/19 A 9/21 A 9/26 H 9/28 H 10/4 H 10/8 A 10/11 A 10/15 A 10/18 A 10/22 A 10/25 H 11/1 A 11/3 H

2011 (10-7-4) 8/26 H La Salle W 9/2 N Furman L 9/4 A College of Charleston W 9/10 H Drexel W 9/16 H Iona L 9/18 H Indiana L 9/23 H Pittsburgh W 9/27 H Adelphi T 10/1 A Marquette L 10/4 A Maryland L 10/9 H Cincinnati W 10/12 H Villanova W 10/15 A DePaul W 10/20 H Syracuse W 10/22 A Louisville T 10/26 A St. John’s W 10/31 N USF* T 11/6 H Connecticut^ L 11/17 H Colgate# W 11/20 A Boston College#@ T 11/27 A UCLA# L *Game played at NJIT due to snowfall at RU @ Rutgers advanced on penalty kicks (4-2)

^Denotes BIG EAST Tournament Match #Denotes NCAA Tornament Match

RUTGERS pROGRAM HISTORy All-Time program Record (70 Seasons): 534-385-107 (.573) Name Seasons Won Lost George Dochat 1938-1942 1946-1970 (30 seasons) 141 116 J. William Maytas 1971-1974 (Four seasons) 10 32 Kalman Caspo 1975-1980 (Six seasons) 26 41 Geza Kiss 1980* 2 1 Bob Reasso 1981-2009 (29 seasons) 351 184 Dan Donigan 2010 - present (Two season) 14 18 *served as interim head coach for final four games of 1980 season

Tied

pct.

21 5 8 1 71 5

.545 .266 .400 .625 .638 .446

3-1 3-1 2-1 3-1 1-0 2-0 3-1 3-3 2-0 2-1 2-1 3-2 1-0 2-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 1-3 4-2 1-1 0-3


SEriES VErSuS OPPONENtS 9/17/88 11/17/90 9/27/11

Adelphi (2-0) H W H W H T

Air Force (1-0) 11/23/66 H W

2-0 3-2 3-3 5-2

10/18/87 10/7/92 11/26/03

Akron (1-1-1) H T H W A L

0-0 1-0 2-3

10/11/97 9/24/98 9/22/99 10/8/00

American (3-1) H L A W H W H W

0-1 2-1 1-0 1-0

Army (8-16-2) 11/4/64 A L 11/13/65 H L 11/15/66 A L 11/11/67 H W 11/5/68 H L 10/7/69 H L 10/2/70 A L 10/5/71 H L 9/7/72 A L 9/23/73 A L 10/1/74 A L 9/30/75 H L 9/27/76 A L 9/23/77 H L 9/22/78 A L 9/21/79 H T 9/19/80 A W 9/18/81 H T 9/17/82 A W 9/17/83 A W 9/15/84 A W 9/14/85 H W 9/13/86 A L 9/12/87 H W 9/9/88 A L 9/7/89 A W boston College (7-2-3) 10/7/89 H W 11/4/95 H T 9/27/96 A W 10/27/97 H W 10/18/98 A W 11/2/99 H W 9/22/00 A W 11/10/00 H L 11/4/02 H L 10/17/03 A T 10/9/04 H W 11/20/11 A T boston University (1-0) 10/10/89 H W 9/12/81

bowdoin (1-0) N W

brockport Teachers (1-0) 11/23/61 A W

2-11 1-6 1-9 9-0 2-8 0-5 0-4 0-6 1-12 0-4 1-6 1-4 1-4 1-4 5-8 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 3-0 2-0 2-4 2-1 1-2 1-0 6-0 1-1 3-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-3 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 4-1 3-1

11/11/47

brooklyn (1-0) H W

3-0

10/21/92 12/3/94 10/3/97 10/31/07 10/13/09

brown (2-3) A L H W H W H L A L

0-1 3-1 3-1 0-2 1-3

bucknell (14-12-2) 12/6/47 H T 11/22/55 H W

2-2 3-1

10/10/64 10/9/65 10/8/66 10/7/67 10/5/68 10/4/69 9/28/70 10/2/71 10/3/72 10/2/73 10/9/74 10/5/75 10/2/76 10/5/77 9/30/78 9/28/79 10/8/80 10/3/81 10/1/82 9/28/83 9/29/84 10/4/85 9/29/86 9/26/87 9/24/88 10/12/05 8/31/02

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

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

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

butler (0-1) N

L

0-3

Cal State Fullerton 10/29/93 A 9/1/00 A 10/7/01 H

(2-1) W L W

Cal State Northridge (0-1) 11/2/03 A L 12/10/50 12/11/51 11/21/52

CCNy (1-0-2) A T A W H T

3-0 1-4 3-0 1-2 1-1 3-1 1-1

9/9/01 10/1/05 10/14/06 11/3/07 10/18/08 10/18/09 10/2/10 10/9/11

Cinncinati (4-3-1) A W H T A W H L A L H W A L H W

2-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 3-0 2-0 2-1

11/29/87

Clemson (0-1) H L

2-3

10/3/06

Cleveland State (1-0) H W

College of Charleston (3-0) 10/19/01 N W 10/1/04 H W 9/4/11 A W 11/16/63 11/7/64 11/6/65 11/9/66 10/30/68 11/1/69 10/28/70 10/30/71 11/17/11

Colgate (3-6) A H A A H A A A H

L W W L L L L L W

Columbia (10-11-3) 10/16/57 H W 10/18/58 H T 10/7/59 A W 11/16/60 H W 11/15/61 A W 11/24/62 A W 10/23/64 A L

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

10/23/65 10/29/66 10/28/67 10/22/68 10/25/69 10/20/70 10/23/71 10/28/72 10/24/73 10/28/74 10/25/75 10/22/76 10/21/77 10/7/78 10/3/79 10/18/80 11/5/89

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

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

Connecticut (10-11-1) 10/17/82 A L 10/26/83 H W 11/4/84 A T 10/31/85 H L 11/8/86 H L 10/25/87 H W 10/30/88 A L 10/8/94 A L 9/20/95 A W 10/18/96 H W 9/14/97 A W 10/31/98 H W 10/10/99 A W 10/28/00 H L 11/3/01 A L 11/25/01 A W 11/9/02 A L 9/20/03 H W 10/16/04 A L 9/8/06 A L 9/20/09 H W 11/6/11 H L

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

11/23/96

Cornell (1-0) H W

2-1

11/25/90

Dartmouth (1-0) H W

1-0

9/11/07 8/29/08 9/10/10

Delaware(2-0-1) H W H W H T

3-0 2-1 2-2

Depaul [3-3-1] A W H W A L H T A L H L A W

3-1 3-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-0 1-0

10/15/05 9/24/06 10/13/07 10/4/08 10/10/09 10/30/10 10/15/11 10/26/57 10/21/58 10/21/59

Drew (3-0) A H A

W W W

5-0 3-2 5-2

11/27/55 11/20/60 11/2/77 10/27/78 11/20/79 11/26/80 11/11/81 11/18/82 11/12/83 11/9/84 9/10/11

Drexel (5-5-1) A H A A H A A A A H H

L L T L L L W W W W W

3-4 1-4 2-2 1-4 0-1 0-2 4-2 2-1 3-1 2-1 3-1

9/29/91 9/12/92

Duke (2-1-1) H W A L

1-0 0-1

9/10/99 10/5/01

A H

T W

2-2 3-2

9/21/83

East Carolina (1-0) H W

4-1

12/1/90

Evansville (1-0) N W

1-0

Fairleigh Dickinson (16-7-6) 9/23/61 A T 11/20/61 A W 10/31/74 H L 10/28/75 A L 10/26/76 H L 10/13/77 H L 10/21/78 H T 10/26/79 H L 10/4/80 A W 9/30/81 A W 9/29/82 H W 9/24/83 H W 11/19/83 A L 9/26/84 H T 9/25/85 A W 9/24/86 H W 9/23/87 A W 9/21/88 H T 9/20/89 A L 9/18/90 H T 9/18/91 A W 9/16/92 H W 9/8/93 A W 10/27/94 H W 9/2/95 A W 9/24/97 A W 9/12/98 H T 9/1/99 A W W 9/19/00 H

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

Florida International (2-3) 10/1/88 A W 10/3/94 H W 10/27/95 A L 12/1/96 H L 10/5/97 H L

1-0 1-0 1-4 0-2 2-4

11/9/55 10/6/70 10/9/71 10/25/72 10/20/73 10/26/74 10/22/75 10/20/76 10/19/77 10/10/78 10/17/79

Fordham (7-4) H W H W A W H L A L A L A L H W H W H W A W

Franklin & Marshall (1-1) 10/13/39 A L 11/2/40 H W 10/9/96 9/2/11

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

Fresno State (1-0) A W

2-1

Furman (0-1) N L

1-3

George Mason (1-0-1) 9/28/89 N W 9/26/90 A T

3-1 0-0

George Washington (5-0-1) 10/20/90 H W 11/2/90 H W 10/19/91 A W 10/14/92 A T 10/16/93 H W 10/22/94 A W

2-0 2-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 7-0

55


SEriES VErSuS OPPONENtS Georgetown (6-9-2) 9/15/95 H T 11/10/95 H T 9/20/96 A W 9/21/97 H L 11/14/97 N W 9/27/98 A L 9/28/99 H W 11/12/99 N L 9/9/00 A L 10/13/01 H W 9/21/02 A L 10/13/04 H L 9/25/05 A L 9/17/06 H W 8/28/07 A W 9/26/08 H L 9/27/09 A L

3-3 2-2 4-1 1-3 1-0 0-1 3-0 0-2 1-2 3-2 0-1 2-3 2-3 1-0 1-0 1-2 0-2

Gettysburgh (1-0) A W

4-3

9/19/10

Hartford (1-0) H W

2-1

9/8/84 9/15/90 9/14/91 10/23/93 11/14/93 10/30/94 10/21/95 10/3/04

Hartwick (3-5) A L H W A W H W H L A L H L H L

0-2 5-1 2-0 2-0 0-2 1-3 2-3 1-2

10/23/48 10/28/50 11/1/52 10/16/54 10/15/56 10/19/57 10/11/58 11/19/59 11/15/60 11/11/61

Haverford (2-7-1) H L A L H L A L H L A W H L A L A T A W

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

10/25/60 10/27/61 10/23/62 10/22/63 10/21/64 10/13/65 11/5/66 11/1/67 10/26/68 10/29/69 10/23/70 10/20/71 10/18/72 10/13/73 10/19/74 10/15/75 10/13/76

Hofstra (13-4) H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A L A L H L A W A W H L H W H W A W H W

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

10/19/46

9/3/05

Holy Cross [1-0] H W

1-0

Illinois State (1-0) 10/8/93 H W

2-0

Indiana (1-4-1) A W H L A L H L A L A T H L

1-0 0-1 3-4 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-2

9/5/93 9/7/95 9/5/97 10/26/01 12/2/01 8/30/02 9/18/11 9/16/11

56

Iona (0-1) H

L

0-1

9/11/85

kean (1-0) H

W

3-1

La Salle (1-0) H W

3-1

Lafayette (31-17-4) 10/25/39 A L 11/9/40 H L 11/8/41 A L 11/11/42 H W 11/10/46 A W 11/15/47 H W 11/24/48 H L 11/26/49 H W 12/6/50 H W 11/27/51 H L 12/5/52 A L 11/17/53 A L 11/13/54 A L 11/12/55 H W 11/10/56 A W 11/23/57 A W 11/5/58 A L 11/4/59 H W 11/2/60 A W 11/1/61 H W 10/31/62 A W 10/30/63 H L 10/27/64 A W 10/27/65 H W 10/1/66 A W 10/15/66 H W 9/30/67 H W 10/2/68 A W 10/1/69 H W 11/9/70 A L 11/3/71 A L 11/7/72 A W 11/1/73 A L 9/21/74 A T 9/20/75 H W 9/18/76 A L 9/17/77 A L 11/1/78 H L 11/13/79 H W 11/19/80 H T 11/7/81 A W 11/11/82 H W 11/1/83 H W 9/21/84 A L 11/5/85 A T 9/5/92 H W 11/2/93 A W H T 11/19/94 11/1/95 A W 11/5/96 H W 10/21/97 A W 11/22/03 H W

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

Lehigh (25-22-4) A L H L A L A T H W H T A W H L A L A L A W H W A W H L H W H L A W H W A W H W A L H W

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

8/26/11

10/13/40 10/22/41 10/17/42 11/19/47 10/27/48 10/19/49 11/1/50 12/4/51 12/17/51 11/5/52 11/24/53 10/23/54 10/18/55 10/19/56 11/9/57 11/1/58 10/30/59 10/29/60 10/28/61 10/27/62 10/28/63 10/31/64

10/30/65 11/2/66 10/18/67 10/16/68 10/16/69 10/13/70 10/13/71 10/11/72 10/6/73 10/12/74 10/8/75 10/6/76 10/7/77 10/4/78 11/2/79 10/11/80 10/7/81 10/6/82 9/29/83 10/3/84 10/1/85 10/11/86 9/20/87 9/28/88 9/27/89 10/13/98 10/27/04 9/1/06 9/14/07 9/1/10

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

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

2-0 5-1 3-1 5-0 0-4 1-2 0-2 0-4 2-4 1-5 2-5 1-1 1-3 1-2 4-3 2-0 1-0 0-3 3-1 4-0 2-1 3-0 0-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-2 3-0

10/31/87 10/28/88 10/22/89 10/26/90 10/27/91 11/8/91 9/26/92 11/6/92 9/25/93 9/30/94 12/3/94

W T W W W W T L W L W

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

Michigan (1-1) H W A L

3-0 0-3

Monmouth (11-0) H W A W A W A W H W H W A W H W H W A W H W

1-0 3-1 3-1 4-0 1-0 4-1 3-1 5-1 5-1 2-1 2-0

Montclair State (1-0) H W

2-0

Muhlenberg (11-2-3) 11/9/46 A T 11/8/47 H W 11/17/48 A L 11/12/49 H T 11/25/50 A W 11/17/51 H W 11/28/52 H T 11/16/53 H W 11/5/54 A W 11/5/55 H W 11/3/56 A W 11/12/57 H W 11/7/58 A L 11/7/59 H W 11/9/60 A W 11/4/61 H W

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

9/24/04 8/31/07 9/21/83 9/19/84 9/10/86 9/7/88 9/6/89 9/9/87 9/18/85 10/10/01 10/17/02 9/17/03 9/8/04 9/23/89

Long Island (2-7-1) 10/9/63 H L 10/7/64 A L 10/19/65 H W 10/21/67 H L 10/19/68 H T 10/18/69 A L 9/24/80 H L 9/23/81 A L 9/22/82 H L 9/17/10 H W

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

Loyola (Md.) (2-0-1) 9/27/80 A T 9/7/91 N W 11/12/94 H W

0-0 3-1 3-1

10/8/05 10/21/06 10/28/07 10/25/08 10/24/09 10/9/10 10/22/11

Louisville [1-4-2] A L H T A L H W A L H L A T

1-4 0-0 1-3 2-1 0-2 2-1 1-1

9/28/74

Lynchburg (0-1) A L

1-3

9/14/81 9/6/86 9/6/87

Maine (3-0) A W H W A W

4-1 3-0 2-1

8/31/08

Manhattan (1-0) H W

3-0

9/23/07 9/24/10 10/1/11

Marquette (1-2) H W H L A L

1-0 1-0 0-2

11/27/60 10/6/95 11/23/97 10/4/11

Maryland (1-3) A L H W H L A L

3-4 2-0 0-1 1-2

Massachusetts (8-2-4) 10/7/83 N W 9/23/84 H T 11/17/86 A T

3-0 0-0 2-2

10/10/07 10/22/08 10/21/09 10/5/10

A H A H N N H H A H H

NJIT (2-2) H A H A

W L W L

North Carolina State (1-2-1) 11/2/86 A T 9/17/89 A W 9/11/92 N L 9/11/99 N L 10/1/80

Navy (1-0) H

2-1 1-2 2-1 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-3 0-1

W

2-1

Notre Dame (10-5-1) 10/22/88 H W 9/4/93 N L 9/8/95 H W 10/20/96 H W 11/17/96 H L 9/29/97 A L 9/18/98 H W 10/17/99 A W 11/6/99 H W 10/22/00 H W 9/22/01 A W 9/29/02 H T 10/11/03 A W 10/23/04 H L 10/28/06 H W 9/21/07 H L

2-0 1-4 5-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 3-1 3-0 0-0 5-2 0-1 2-1 0-2


SEriES VErSuS OPPONENtS 9/2/07

Oakland (0-1) A L

Old Dominion (4-3-1) 10/12/79 H L 10/19/85 H T 10/20/86 A L 10/4/87 A W 9/7/90 N W 11/17/91 H W 10/6/02 H W 9/12/04 A L 9/7/84

Oneonta (0-1) A L

1-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-2 0-1 0-1

10/15/38 11/10/39 10/10/47 12/1/48

panzer (1-3) A A H A

L L W L

2-3 1-4 2-1 0-1

10/24/38

peddie (0-1) H L

2-3

9/25/81 10/29/82 10/19/83 10/5/84 9/6/86 9/18/87 11/8/87 11/6/88 11/3/89 9/21/90 11/4/90 9/21/91 9/18/92 9/26/94 11/27/94

penn State (7-8) A W A L A W A W H L A W H L H L H L A L H W H W A L A L H W

1-0 0-3 5-2 3-2 0-1 4-0 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 3-1 2-1 0-3 2-3 3-2

11/18/54 9/28/71 9/29/73 10/5/74 10/1/75 9/27/76 10/1/77 9/27/78 9/26/79 9/30/82 10/25/00 10/23/01 10/23/02 10/17/07

pennsylvania (5-9) A L H L H L A L H L H L H L A W H W A L H W A W H L H W

2-13 0-3 0-2 0-2 1-4 0-8 1-6 3-2 3-2 0-1 5-4 3-1 0-1 2-0

philadelphia Textile (6-2-2) 10/14/84 H L 10/12/85 A W 10/17/86 H W 10/10/87 A L 10/8/88 A T 10/3/89 A W 10/6/90 H W 10/5/91 A W 10/3/92 H W 10/2/93 H T pittsburgh (8-5-2) 10/11/95 H L H L 11/11/95 10/24/96 H L 9/27/97 A W 9/20/98 H W 10/15/99 A T 10/20/00 H W 9/1/01 A W 10/26/02 H W 9/14/03 A W 9/3/04 H T 9/18/05 H W

0-3 1-0 2-1 0-3 0-0 3-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 0-2 1-3 0-1 4-2 1-0 0-0 2-0 3-2 3-2 4-1 3-3 4-1

9/19/08 10/16/10 9/23/11

L L W

0-1 3-0 3-1

portland (1-2) H W A L L L

3-2 2-3 0-3

princeton (19-26-9) 10/31/42 H L 11/20/51 A W 10/23/52 H L 10/10/53 A L 10/5/57 A L 10/4/58 H L 10/5/59 A L 9/29/60 H W 9/30/61 A W 9/28/62 H W 9/28/63 A T 10/17/64 H L 10/16/65 A L 10/22/66 H T 10/20/67 A L 11/8/68 A W 10/27/69 A L 10/16/70 H L 10/16/71 A L 10/21/72 H L 10/17/73 A L 10/23/74 H T 10/18/75 A L 10/16/76 H L 10/15/77 A L 10/18/78 H L 10/24/79 A L 10/22/80 H W 10/16/81 A L 10/15/82 H T 10/10/83 H T 11/12/84 H L 11/8/85 A T 11/12/86 H W 11/4/87 A W 11/2/88 H W 10/25/89 H W 10/30/90 H W 10/29/91 A L 10/25/92 A L A L 10/26/93 11/2/94 H L 9/30/95 A W 10/30/96 A T 10/29/97 H W 10/7/98 A W 10/30/99 H W 9/27/00 A W 9/19/01 H T 10/30/02 A W 10/28/03 H W 9/28/05 A T 9/20/06 H W 10/15/08 A L

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

providence (10-1-1) 9/27/95 A W 9/22/96 A T 10/26/97 H W 10/16/98 A W 9/19/99 H W 9/24/00 A W 10/28/01 H W 9/7/02 A W 9/6/03 H W 9/19/04 H W 9/10/06 A L 9/18/09 H W

4-0 2-2 3-1 2-1 3-1 3-0 2-0 3-0 4-1 1-0 0-2 2-1

10/4/96 9/5/98 10/1/99

A A H

Rhode Island (11-2-4) 10/13/81 H W 10/12/82 A L 10/8/83 A T

2-0 0-2 1-1

10/10/84 10/8/85 10/14/86 10/7/87 10/5/88 9/30/89 10/3/90 10/2/91 11/10/91 9/30/92 9/29/93 11/5/93 9/24/94 11/11/06

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

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

10/2/98

Richmond (1-0) H W

1-0

10/29/58 10/29/59 10/14/61 11/10/62 11/23/63 11/14/64 10/2/65 10/5/66 10/4/67 10/9/68 11/8/69 11/3/70 10/28/71 10/14/72 10/10/73 10/16/74 10/10/75 10/9/76 10/12/77 10/14/80 10/10/81 10/9/82 10/30/83 10/31/84 11/2/85 11/5/86 10/28/87 10/26/88 10/20/89 10/23/90 10/23/91 10/17/92 10/20/93

Rider (18-12-3) H W A L H W A W H L A L H T A W H W A L H T H L H L A L A W H L H L A L A L A T H W A L H W A W A W H W H W A W H W A W A W H W A W

1-0 1-3 3-2 3-1 0-3 0-2 3-3 2-0 4-3 2-3 1-1 3-4 1-7 0-6 3-2 0-2 2-4 0-2 1-3 2-2 3-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 4-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 3-1 1-0 4-0 2-1 4-1

Robert Morris (1-0) H W

7-0

St. peter’s (8-1-1) H L H W A W H W H W H W H W H T H W H W

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

9/7/85

11/4/78 11/5/77 11/7/79 11/12/80 11/3/81 11/5/82 10/19/05 9/7/08 9/6/09 9/12/10

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

San Diego State (2-2) 10/15/89 H W 10/3/03 H W 9/25/05 H L 8/27/06 A L San Diego (0-2) A L A L Seton Hall (33-16-5) 11/6/46 H W 10/22/47 A W 10/30/48 A L 11/19/49 A L 11/3/62 H L 9/13/00 8/25/06

2-1 4-1 0-1 0-1 2-3 0-2 4-1 4-1 1-3 1-2 3-4

11/9/63 11/11/64 11/10/65 11/12/66 11/7/67 11/2/68 11/4/69 10/30/70 11/9/71 11/2/72 10/27/73 11/3/74 10/31/75 10/28/77 10/24/78 10/31/79 11/5/80 10/30/81 10/29/82 10/23/83 10/24/84 10/23/85 10/25/86 10/21/87 11/21/87 10/19/88 10/13/89 10/17/90 10/16/91 10/11/92 10/13/93 10/19/94 10/8/95 10/12/96 8/30/97 9/30/98 11/7/98 10/6/99 9/13/00 10/31/01 11/10/01 9/18/02 10/8/03 11/8/03 9/23/05 9/15/06 9/30/07 9/28/08 9/25/09

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

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

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

South Carolina (3-3-1) 10/13/91 H W 11/8/83 H W 10/24/92 N W 9/4/94 H L 10/3/99 H L 10/21/01 A T 10/19/02 H L

2-0 2-0 3-1 1-2 0-1 1-1 0-1

South Florida (5-3-2) 10/4/85 N L 9/30/88 A W 10/11/91 H T 10/22/05 H W 9/30/06 A W 10/20/07 H W 11/1/08 A L 10/31/09 H W 10/27/10 A L 10/31/11 N T

2-3 1-0 1-1 3-0 1-0 3-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 0-0

Southern Connecticut (1-0) 9/20/86 A W 1-0 Southern Methodist (1-2) 11/24/91 H L 10/9/93 A W 11/9/94 A W St. bonaventure (4-0) H W 9/4/90 10/28/92 H W 9/11/93 H W 10/15/94 H W

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

57


SEriES VErSuS OPPONENtS St. John’s (6-11-7) 11/19/94 H W 9/24/95 A W 11/2/96 H L 11/16/96 H T 10/8/97 A T 11/16/97 H W 10/28/98 H L 11/13/98 H L 9/4/99 A T 10/11/00 H L 11/5/00 A W 9/26/01 A T 10/9/02 H L 9/10/03 A L 11/14/03 N T 10/6/04 A T 10/29/05 A T 10/7/06 H W 10/24/07 A L 11/3/08 H L 10/7/09 A L 11/7/09 A L 10/20/10 H L 10/26/11 A W

1-0 2-1 1-2 3-3 0-0 2-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 3-2 1-1 1-3 1-3 1-1 0-0 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-0 1-0

10/17/53 10/15/55 11/26/57 10/15/95 9/14/96 11/9/96 10/18/97 10/25/98 10/27/99 10/1/00 10/17/01 10/12/02 10/14/03 10/20/04 10/26/05 10/18/06 10/7/07 10/11/08 10/2/09 10/23/10 10/20/11 10/5/85

St. Joseph’s (14-1-1) 9/14/83 H W 11/7/83 H W 9/18/84 A T 11/27/84 H W 9/15/87 H W 9/9/92 A W 10/3/83 H W 10/20/84 H W 9/21/85 A W 10/8/86 A W 9/13/88 A W 9/9/89 H W 9/11/90 A W 9/10/91 H W 9/17/94 N L 9/5/95 H W St. Louis (0-5) 11/27/61 H 10/16/88 H 9/6/97 N 10/16/00 H 9/7/01 A 10/5/03

L L L L L

St. Mary’s (Calif.) (0-1) H L

9/4/09 11/2/46 11/5/49 11/5/41 11/18/42 11/1/47 11/3/48 11/10/50 11/14/51 11/14/52 11/11/53 10/30/54 10/29/55 10/27/56 10/27/57 10/25/58 10/10/59 10/2/60 10/7/61 10/6/62

58

W W L

Syracuse (10-7-1) A L A W H W H W A L H W A L H L A L H T A L H W A W H W A W H L A W H W Tampa (1-0) A W

3-2 2-1 0-4 1-2 2-1 2-1 3-0 0-2 2-1 0-2 2-3 1-2 1-1 0-2 3-0 3-1 2-1 3-2 0-3 3-0 2-1

Tulsa (0-0-1) A

11/4/94

1-0 3-0 0-0 4-2 3-0 4-1 2-0 3-1 1-0 2-1 7-0 4-0 1-0 4-1 1-2 2-0 1-6 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-1 1-2 0-2

Stevens Tech (14-5) H L H W A L A L A W A L A W A W A W H W H W A W H W A W H W A L H W A W H W

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

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

Towson (0-1) H L A W

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NCaa tOurNamENt matChES 2011 THIRD ROUND (SWEET 16) NOVEMbER 27, 2011 LOS ANGELES, CALIF. UCLA 3, RUTGERS 0

2001 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 25, 2001 STORRS, CONN. RUTGERS 2, CONNECTICUT 1 (3 OT)

Scoring Summary: Rutgers 0 00 UCLA 2 13 Goals: UCLA - Chandler Hoffman 0:41 (Ryan Hollingshead, Patrick Matchett), Victor Chavez 43:14 (Kelyn Rowe), Hoffman 48:18 (Rowe, Hollingshead); Shots: UCLA - 12, RU - 11; Saves: UCLA - 3 (Brian Rowe), RU - 5 (Kevin McMullen 4, Team 1); Corner Kicks: UCLA 3, RU - 1. Attendance 749.

Scoring Summary: Rutgers 0 1 0 0 12 Connecticut 0 1 0 0 01 Goals: RU - Dennis Ludwig 71:21 (unassisted), Ludwig 127:16 (Karcz, El Bialy); UConn Catellanos 80:36 (Mordocco, Ndiaye). Shots: RU - 8; UConn - 22. Saves: RU - 5 (Zinter 5); UConn - 2 (Hancock 2). Corner Kicks: RU 4; UConn - 8. Attendance: 1,403.

2011 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 20, 2011 NEWTON, MASS. bOSTON COLLEGE 1, RUTGERS 1 (4-3, pk) Scoring Summary: pk Rutgers 0 1 0 01 (4) Boston College 0 1 0 01 (3) Goals: BC - Patrick Chin 52:46 (unassisted), RU - Ibrahim Kamara 86:30 (Sam Archer, Bryant Knibbs); Shots: BC - 17, RU - 10; Saves: BC - 2 (Justin Luthy), RU - 5 (Kevin McMullen 5); Corner Kicks: BC - 5, RU - 7; Attendance 886. Rutgers advanced on penalty kicks 4-3. 2011 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 17, 2011 pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 4, COLGATE 2 Scoring Summary: Colgate 1 12 Rutgers 1 34 Goals: RU - Bryant Knibbs 22:28 (unassisted), Nate Bourdeau 63:50 (penalty kick), Juan Pablo Correa 81:12 (Bourdeau), Own Goal 84:22 (unassisted); Colgate - Steven Miller 24:31 (Shane Conlin), Patrick Letourneau 89:33 (Matt Schuber, Barrett Metzger). Shots: RU - 11; Colgate - 18. Saves: RU - 4 (Kevin McMullen 4); Colgate - 5 (Grant Reed 5). Corner Kicks: RU - 5; Colgate - 3. Attendance 629. 2006 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 11, 2006 pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 1, RHODE ISLAND 2 (4-2, pk) Scoring Summary: pk Rhode Island 1 0 0 01 (4) Rutgers 1 0 0 01 (2) Goals: URI - Jeffery Gonsalves 5:41 (Geoff Cameron; Lukasz Tumicz); RU - Nick LaBrocca 37:30 (unassisted). Shots: RU - 21; URI - 15. Saves: RU - 5 (VanOekel 5); URI - 4 (Pennock 4). Corner Kicks: RU - 7; URI - 1. Attendance 1,230. Rhode Island advanced on penalty kicks 4-2. 2003 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 26, 2003 AkRON, OHIO AkRON 3, RUTGERS 2 Scoring Summary: Rutgers 0 22 Akron 2 13 Goals: RU - Josh Gros 52:15 (Schiavino), Josh Gros 54:59 (Arenas, LaBrocca); UA - Ross McKenzie16:45 (Odwell), Cameron Knowles 20:51 (McKenzie), Kirk Harwat 69:50 (Kletzien). Shots: RU - 11; UA - 15. Saves: RU - 3 (Ancin 3); UA - 2 (Christafaris 2). Corner Kicks: RU - 1; UA - 5. Attendance 1,467. 2003 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 22, 2003 pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 3, LAFAyETTE 1

2001 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 23, 2001 STORRS, CONN. RUTGERS 1, HARVARD 0 Scoring Summary: Harvard 0 00 Rutgers 0 11 Goals: RU - Dennis Ludwig 80:08 (El Bialy). Shots: HU - 5; RU - 8. Saves: HU - 5 (Mejias 4, team); RU - 1 (Zinter). Corner Kicks: HU - 1; RU - 4. Attendance: 250. 1999 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 20, 1999 pISCATAWAy, NJ. .yALE 1, RUTGERS 0 (2 OT) Scoring Summary: 0 0 11 Yale 0 Rutgers 0 0 0 00 Goals: Yale - Gould (pen. kick). Shots: RU - 7; Yale - 16. Saves: RU - 7 (Conway 7); Yale - 2 (Moss 2). Corner kicks: Yale, 7-5. Attendance: 1,419. 1997 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 23, 1997 pISCATAWAy, N.J. MARyLAND 1, RUTGERS 0 Scoring Summary Maryland 1 01 Rutgers 0 00 First Half: UM: Jaime Eichmann (Randy Merckel) 32:50; Shots: UM 1, RU 16; Saves: UM 4 (Andy Kirk); RU 4 (Jon Conway). Corners: UM - 6, RU - 4. Fouls: UM 9, RU 13. Offside: UM - 4, RU - 4. Attendance: 2,295. 1996 SECOND ROUND DECEMbER 1, 1996, pISCATAWAy, N.J. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 2, RUTGERS 0 Scoring Summary Florida International 0 22 Rutgers 0 00 Goals: FIU - Danny Vargas (unassisted), 67th, Allen Kozic (unassisted), 73rd. Saves: FIU - 1 (Sal Fontana); RU - 4 (Jon Conway). Corners: FIU - 3; RU - 2. Fouls: FIU - 17; RU 22. Offside: FIU - 1; RU 1. Atttendance: 534. 1996 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 23, 1996 pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 2, CORNELL 1 (3OT) Scoring Summary: Cornell 1 0 0 0 01 Rutgers 0 1 0 0 12 Goals: Cornell - Bernard 16:55 (Megliola); RU - Rath 71:33 [Shaw, Checcio). RU -Checcio 134:46 (Sandor, Paviolitis). Saves: Cornell 7 (Hemant Sharma); Rutgers 8 (Jon Conway]. Corners: Cornell - 14; RU - 7. Fouls: Cornell 25; RU 13. Offside: Cornell - 2; RU - 3. Attendance: 2,549.

Scoring Summary: Lafayette 0 11 Rutgers 3 03 Goals: RU - Josh Gros 6:33 (Karcz, Kirk), Nick LaBrocca 43:37(unassisted), Ricardo Arenas 44:17 (Kirk); LC - Victor Krasij 68:50 (McCaughey). Shots: RU - 21; LC - 11. Saves: RU - 3 (Ancin 3); LC - 8 (Freedman 8). Corner Kicks: RU - 4; LC - 3. Attendance 1,709. 2001 THIRD ROUND DECEMbER 2, 2001 bLOOMINGTON, IND. INDIANA 3, RUTGERS 0 Scoring Summary: Rutgers 0 00 Indiana 1 23 Goals: IU - Phil Presser 32:02 (Grabavoy, Noonan), Pat Noonan 46:38 (Hammer), Dias 56:50 (Grabavoy). Shots: RU - 7; IU - 15. Saves: RU - 3 (Zinter 3); IU - 5 (Rogers 5). Corner Kicks: RU 5; IU 6. Attendance 3,854.

Rocky Strazella and Kevin O’Connell celebrate 1994 NCAA Quarterfinal win

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NCaa tOurNamENt matChES 1994 NATIONAL SEMIFINALS DECEMbER 9, 1994 , DAVIDSON, N.C. VIRGINIA 2, RUTGERS 1

Rutgers has advanced to three Final Fouirs, including the 1990 National Championship match

Scoring Summary Rutgers 1 01 Virginia 1 12 First Half: RU - Kevin O’Connell 9:06 (Andreas Maier); UVa. - Damian Silvera 22:04 (Tain Nix). Second Half: UVa. - Billy Walsh 53:42 (Brandon Pollard). Shots: UVa. - 14; RU 12. Saves - UVa. 9 (Mark Peters); RU 4 (Steve Widdowson). Corners: UVa. - 6; RU - 7. Fouls: UVa. - 15; RU 17. Attendance: 12,000. 1994 qUARTERFINALS DECEMbER 3, 1994, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 3, bROWN 1 Scoring Summary Brown 0 11 Rutgers 1 23 First Half: RU - Rob Johnson 21:17 (Phil Napolitano/Rocky Strazzella). Second Half: BU Shaun Harkin 50:54 (Gary Hughes); RU - Napolitano 71:19 (Strazzella), Napolitano 75:37 (Johnson/Strazzella). Shots: RU - 11; BU - 8. Saves: RU - 3 (Steve Widdowson); BU - 1 (Tim Webb). Corners RU - 3, BU - 4. Fouls: RU - 19; BU - 15. Attendance: 7,026. 1994 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 27, 1994 pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 3, pENN STATE 2 (@OT) Scoring Summary Penn State 1 1 0 0-2 Rutgers 1 1 0 1-3 First Half: RU - Hamisi Amani-Dove 2:31 (Rob Johnson, Brent Longenecker); PSU -Stuart Reid 7:38 (unassisted). Second Half: PSU - Rich Wilmot 46:39 (Sebastin Gourverneur); RU - Phil Napolitano 85:19 (Amani-Dove). OT 2: RU - Rocky Strazzella 114:08 (Johnson). Shots: RU - 14; PSU - 15. Saves: RU - 4 (Steve Widdowson); PSU - 4 (Steve Sanders). Corners: RU - 2; PSU - 4. Fouls: RU - 19; PSU - 14. Attendance: 4, 115. 1994 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 19, 1994 pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 1, ST. JOHN’S 0 Scoring Summary St. John’s 0 00 Rutgers 0 11 Second Half: RU - Hamisi Amani-Dove 82:53 (unass.). Shots: St. John’s - 17; RU - 15. Saves: St. John’s - 2 (Kris DaCosta); RU - 7 (Steve Widdowson). Corners: St. John’s - 3; RU 7. Fouls: St. John’s - 6; RU - 10. Attendance: 3,697. 1994 NCAA pLAy-IN NOVEMbER 12, 1994, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 3, LOyOLA (MD) 1 Scoring Summary Loyola, (Md.) 0 11 Rutgers 2 13 First Half: RU - Hamisi Amani-Dove 25:45 (Rob Johnson), Pedro Lopes 27:50 (AmaniDove). Second Half: RU - Mike Shaw 65:34 (Amani-Dove); LC - Bill Wnek 87:21 (PK). Shots: LC - 11, RU - 9. Saves: LC - 4 (Zach Thornton); RU - 6 (Steve Widdowson). Corners: LC - 5; RU - 2. Fouls: LC - 19; RU - 12. Attendance: 1,378. 1993 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 14, 1993, ONEONTA, N.y. HARTWICk 2, RUTGERS 0 Scoring Summary Rutgers 0 0-0 Hartwick 1 1-2 First Half: HC - Ian McIntyre 25:46 (George Neofotistos). Second Half: HC - Liam Heffernan 84:26 (Matt Lawrence). Shots: RU - 11; Hartwick - 13. Saves: RU - 4 (Kori Hunter]; Hartwick - 5 (Scott Vanderwall). Corner Kicks: RU - 7; Hartwick - 6. Fouls: RU - 17; Hartwick - 16. Attendance: 1,609. 1991 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 24, 1991, pISCATAWAy, N.J. SOUTHERN METHODIST 3, RUTGERS 2 Scoring Summary SMU 2 13 Rutgers 0 22 First Half: SMU - Gianpauolo Pedroso 4:55 (Johnny Reynolds), Alan Prampin 15:05 (Andy Strause). Second Half: RU - Lou Holder 59:11 (Lino DiCuollo), Steve Cicali 69:50 (unassisted); SMU - Reynolds 68:16 (Scott Blankenship). Shots: SMU - 8; RU -12. Saves: SMU - 3 (John Howard). RU - 5 (Bill Andracki). Corner Kicks: SMU - 6; RU - 7. Fouls: SMU - 18; RU - 10. Attendance: 6,868.

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1991 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 17, 1991, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 2, OLD DOMINION 0 Scoring Summary Old Dominion 0 00 Rutgers 1 12 First Half: RU - Rob Johnson 32:56 (Jeff Zaun). Second Half: RU - Lino DiCuollo 68:13 (Pedro Lopes). Shots: ODU - 6; RU - 12. Saves: ODU - 6 (Brett Phillips); RU - 3 (Bill Andracki). Corners: ODU - 4; Rutgers - 8. Fouls: ODU - 17; Rutgers - 18. Attendance: 3,922. 1990 NATIONAL CHAMpIONSHIp MATCH DECEMbER 2, 1990, TAMpA, FLA. UCLA 1, RUTGERS 0 (pk) Scoring Summary UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 (4) -1 Rutgers 0 0 0 0 0 0 (3) -0 Overtime: UCLA wins 1-0 on penalty kicks. Shots: UCLA - 22; RU - 22. Saves: UCLA - 7 (Brad Friedel); RU - 8 (Bill Andracki). Corners: UCLA - 4; RU - 8. Fouls: UCLA - 24; RU - 30. Attendance: 4,613. 1990 NATIONAL SEMIFINALS DECEMbER 1, 1990, TAMpA, FLA. RUTGERS 1, EVANSVILLE 0 Scoring Summary Evansville 0 0-0 0-1 Rutgers 1 First Half: RU - Mike Miller 43:33 (Lino DiCuollo). Shots: E - 8; RU - 4. Saves: E - 0 (Troy Harrington); RU - 4(Bill Andracki). Corners: E - 2, RU - 5. Fouls: E - 14; RU - 14. Attendance: 3,772. 1990 qUARTERFINALS NOVEMbER 25, 1990, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 1, DARTMOUTH 0 Scoring Summary Dartmouth 0 0-0 Rutgers 1 0-1 First Half: Jeff Carstens (unassisted), 7:34. Shots; DC 8, RU 9. Saves; DC (Greg Leminkey) 2, RU (Bill Andracki) 2. Corners; D 5, RU 5. Fouls; DC 28, RU 23.Attendance: 4,300. 1990 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 17, 1990, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 3, ADELpHI 2 (pk) Scoring Summary Adelphi 2 0 0 0 (2)2 Rutgers 2 0 0 0 (3)3 First Half: RU - Jeff Carstens 14:22 (unassisted), Dave Mueller 25:08 (Alexi Lalas); A Peter Thompson 26:03 (Yossi Cohen), Doug Olcott 42:09 (unassisted). Overtime: RU wins 3-2 on penalty kicks. Shots: Adelphi - 14; RU - 14. Saves: Adelphi - 3 [Chris Lowe); RU - 3 (Bill Andracki). Corners: Adelphi - 1; RU - 7. Fouls: Adelphi - 22; RU - 25. Attendance: 1,737. 1989 NATIONAL SEMIFINALS DECEMbER 2, 1989, pISCATAWAy, N.J. VIRGINIA 3, RUTGERS 0 Scoring Summary Virginia 1 23 Rutgers 0 00 First Half: UV - John Maessner 32:36 (unassisted). Second Half: UV - Maessner 67:44 (Brad Agoos, Drew Fallon), Tim Kunihiro 89:34 (Agoos). Shots: UV - 15; RU - 11. Saves: UV - 5 (Tony Meola); RU - 4 (Dave Barrueta). Corners: UV - 6; RU - 9. Fouls: UV - 11; RU - 5. Attendance: 7,836.


NCaa tOurNamENt matChES 1989 qUARTERFINALS NOVEMbER 25, 1989, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 2, VERMONT 1 Scoring Summary Vermont 0 1 0 01 Rutgers 1 0 0 12 First Half: RU - 5:52Jeff Zaun (Mike Miller). Second Half: UV - Robert Beall 54:02 (unassisted). Overtime: RU - Chris Brauchle 108:11 (Ben Letson). Shots: UV - 9, RU - 11. Saves: UV - 5 (Jim St. Andre); RU - 6 (Dave Barrueta). Corners: UV - 5, RU - 6. Fouls: UV - 19; RU - 20. Attendance: 5,050. 1989 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 19, 1989, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 3, COLUMbIA 1 Scoring Summary Columbia 0 11 Rutgers 2 13 First Half: RU - Steve Rammel 27:27 (Darryl Edelstein), Rammel 42:37 (Lino DiCuollo). Second Half: RU - Rammel 61:37 (unassisted); CU - Peter DiMaggio 75:40 (unassisted). Shots: CU - 16; RU - 17. Saves: CU - 5 (James Feuerborn); RU - 8 (Dave Barrueta). Corners: CU - 3; RU - 3. Fouls: CU - 17; RU - 10. Attendance: 3,390. 1987 SECOND ROUND NOVEMbER 29, 1987, pISCATAWAy, N.J. CLEMSON 3, RUTGERS 2 Scoring Summary Clemson 1 23 Rutgers 1 12 First Half: C - Edo Boonstoppel 27:43 (Bruce Murray); RU - Peter Vermes 29:23 (unassisted). Second Half: RU - Bob Cooke 54:34 (Vermes); C - B. Murray 57:27 (Dave Veghte), B. Murray 65:00 (James Rootes). Shots: C - 16; RU - 14. Saves: C - 2 [Tim Genovese]; RU - 9 (Joe DeMorat). Corners: C - 8; RU - 4.

RUTGERS NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS

Rutgers Individual: Most Goals: Most Assists: Most Points: Most Saves: Opponent Individual: Most Goals: Most Assists: Most Points: Most Saves Rutgers Team: Most Goals: Most Assists: Most Points: Most Shots: Most Saves: Most Corners: Opponent Team: Most Goals: Most Assists: Most Points: Most Shots: Most Saves: Most Corners:

1983 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 12, 1983, TEANECk, N.J. FAIRLEIGH DICkINSON 2, RUTGERS 0 Scoring Summary FDU 0 22 Rutgers 1 01 First Half: RU - Ray Goon 19:55 (unassisted). Second Half: FDU - Brian Ainscough 70:22 (Mike King), King 72:35 (Ainscough). Shots: FDU - 20; RU - 9. Saves: FDU - 1 (Andrew Grett); RU - 7 (Dave Yeager). Cornerkicks: FDU - 7; RU - 4. Fouls: FDU - 13, RU - 7. 1961 NATIONAL SEMIFINALS NOVEMbER 23, 1961, ST. LOUIS, MO. ST. LOUIS 6, RUTGERS 1 Scoring Summary Rutgers 0 11 St. Louis 1 56 First Half: SL - Tom Klein 1:30 (Gerry Balassi). Second Half: SL - Bob Trigg 30:00 (Bob Malone), Klein 36:00 [Bob Trigg), Steve Barry 47:00 (Trigg), Tony Teiber 55:00 (Barry), Klein 70:00 (Teiber); RU - Herb Weise 65:00 (Joe Letters). Shots: SL - 26; RU - 12. Saves: SL - 4 (Dave Robben); RU - 6 (Rich Congdon). Corners: SL - 4; RU 3. 1961 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 20, 1961, bROCkpORT, N.y. RUTGERS 3, bROCkpORT STATE 1 Scoring Summary Rutgers 1 23 Brockport 1 01 First Half: Brock - Rich Brauss 8:25 (PK); RU - Herb Schmidt 10:40. Second Half: RU - Herb Weise 4:10, Weise, 21:55. Shots: Brock - 4; RU - 24. Saves: Brock - 14; RU - 6 Rock Congeon). Corners: Brock - 5; RU - 4. 1960 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 19, 1960, COLLEGE pARk, MD. MARyLAND 4, RUTGERS 3 (OT) *No Box Score Available* The game marked Rutgers’ first bid to the NCAA Tournament. Rutgers jumped out to a 3-0 lead after three periods. But Carlos Martin scored two goals and Cliff Krug tied the game with just 29 seconds left to send it into sudden-death overtime. In overtime, Maryland’s Bob Cummings scored the game-winning goal.

3 Tom Klein, St. Louis 11/21/61 2 Ned Grabavoy, Indiana 12/2/01 2 Jeff Agoos, Virginia 12/2/89 2 Bob Trigg, St. Louis 11/21/61 6 Tom Klein, St. Louis 11/21/61 14 (unavailable), Brockport 11/20/61 4 vs. Colgate 11/17/11 5 vs. Brown 12/3/94 11 vs. Brown 12/3/94 24 vs. Brockport 11/20/61 18 vs. Seton Hall 11/21/87 9 vs. Virginia 12/8/89 6 St. Louis 11/21/61 6 St. Louis 11/21/61 18 St. Louis 11/21/61 26 St. Louis 11/21/61 14 Brockport 11/20/61 14 Cornell 11/23/96

RUTGERS SCORING IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

1987 FIRST ROUND NOVEMbER 21, 1987, pISCATAWAy, N.J. RUTGERS 2, SETON HALL 1 Scoring Summary Seton Hall 0 11 Rutgers 2 02 First Half: RU - 1:49 Bob Cooke (unassisted), Peter Vermes 29:23 (unassisted). Second Half: SHU - Ian Hennessey 88:46 (unassisted). Shots: SHU - 24; RU - 18. Saves: SHU - 6 (David Nolan); RU - 18 (Joe DeMorat). Corners: SHU - 9, RU - 5.

3 Steve Rammel vs. Columbia 11/19/89 3 Rocky Strazzella vs. Brown 12/3/94 6 Steve Rammel vs. Columbia 11/19/89 18 Joe DeMorat vs. Seton Hall 11/21/87

Rob Johnson Phil Napolitano Josh Gros Dennis Ludiwg Steve Rammel Herb Weise Hamisi Amani-Dove Lino DiCuollo Nick LaBrocca Peter Vermes Rocky Strazzella Bob Cooke Jeff Carstens Ricardo Arenas Ian Checcio Mike Miller Jeff Zaun Nate Bourdeau Bryant Knibbs Wes Kirk Ray Goon Chris Brauchle

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Steve Cicalli Sherif El Bialy Lou Holder Dave Mueller John Rath Herb Schmidt Chris Karcz Kevin O’Connell Juan Pablo Correa Ibrahim Kamara Pedro Lopes Darryl Edelstein Alexi Lalas Ben Letson Joe Letters Brent Longenecker Jim Paviolitis Andreas Maier Niklas Sandor Mike Shaw Dustin Sheppard Anthony Schiavino Sam Archer

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TOp 10 CROWDS AT RUTGERS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Date 12/2/89 12/3/94 11/24/91 11/25/89 11/25/90 11/27/94 11/17/91 11/19/94 11/19/89 11/23/96 Rutgers=Rutgers

Opponent Round Virginia Semifinal Brown Quarterfinal SMU Second Vermont Quarterfinal Dartmouth Quarterfinal Penn State Second ODU First St. John’s First Columbia Second Cornell First Stadium; Yurcak=Yurcak Field

Stadium Rutgers Yurcak Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Yurcak Rutgers Yurcak Rutgers Yurcak

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Big EaSt tOurNamENt matChES NOVEMbER 6, 2011 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Connecticut 0 32 Rutgers 0 11 Goals: UCONN - Jean Baptiste (Cascio) 52:37, Cascio (Diop) 60:34, Diop (unassisted) 83:22; RU - Eze (Knibbs) 51:10. Shots: UCONN - 16, RU - 7. Saves: UCONN - 3 (Blake), RU - 3 (McMullen). Corners: UCONN - 8, RU - 1. Att: 501. NOVEMbER 7, 2009 bELSON STADIUM - qUEENS, N.y. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Rutgers 0 00 St. John’s 0 33 Goals: STJ - Hoffer (Tardy, Wegge Gundhus) 68:24, Tardy (Wegge Gundhus), Becerra (unassisted). Shots: RU - 10, STJ - 14. Saves: RU - 1 (Morgans), STJ - 1 (Carrillo). Corners: RU - 3, STJ - 4. Att: 745. NOVEMbER 5, 2009 DICk DLESk SOCCER STADIUM - MORGANTOWN, W.VA. bIG EAST FIRST ROUND Rutgers 2 02 West Virginia 0 00 Goals: RU - Kamara (unassisted) 5:03, Parr (McLarney) 31:54. Shots: RU - 12; WVU - 18. Saves: RU - 4 (Morgans); WVU - 5 (Johnson). Corners: RU - 5; WVU - 9. Att: 581. NOVEMbER 3, 2006 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 0 0 0 00 West Virginia 0 0 0 00 *West Virginia won on penalty kicks, 4-2 Shots: RU - 15; WVU - 10. Saves: RU - 5 (VanOekel, 5); WVU - 2 (Noble, 2). Corners: RU - 4; WVU - 5. Att: 1,400. OCTObER 28, 2006 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Notre Dame 1 0 0 01 Rutgers 0 1 0 12 Goals: ND - Rellas - 34:55; RU - Sternberger (Grato) 79:32, Sternberger (Simi) - 105:00. Shots: ND - 13; RU - 12. Saves: ND - 5 (Cahill, 5); RU - 3 (VanOekel). Corners: ND - 3; RU - 5. Att: 1,702. NOVEMbER 2, 2005 DICk DLESk SOCCER STADIUM - MORGANTOWN, W.VA. bIG EAST FIRST ROUND Rutgers 0 0 0 00 West Virginia 0 0 0 11 Goals: WVU - Wright 101:02. Shots: RU - 1; WVU - 7. Saves: RU - 6 (VanOekel); WVU - 1 (Noble). Corners: RU - 8; WVU - 6. Att: 224. NOVEMbER 14, 2003 MORRONE STADIUM - STORRS, CONN. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 0 1 0 01 St. John’s 0 1 0 01 *St. John’s won on penalty kicks, 4-3. Goals: RU - Moser 65:58 (Kirk, Mark); STJ - Kelly 84:13 (Damiani, Ralph). Shots: RU - 6; STJ - 28. Saves: RU - 8 (Ancin); STJ - 2 (Gaudette). Corners: RU - 1; STJ - 10. Att: 407. NOVEMbER 8, 2003 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Seton Hall 0 0 00 Rutgers 0 0 11 Goals: RU - Bart Koffeman 94:00 (Arenas). Shots: SHU - 7; RU - 17. Saves: SHU - 6 (Pardo 6); RU - 4 (Ancin). Corners: SHU - 3; RU - 5. Att: 1,086. NOVEMbER 9, 2002 MORRONE STADIUM - STORRS, CONN. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Rutgers 0 00 Connecticut 1 01 Goals: UConn - Ralph (Thomas). Shots: RU - 14; UConn - 17. Saves: RU -7 (Zinter); UConn - 5 (Schuerman). Corners: RU - 5; UConn - 2. Att: 1,056. NOVEMbER 16, 2001 MORRONE STADIUM - STORRS, CONN. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 0 00 Connecticut 1 01 Goals: UConn - Soares (Curtis). Shots: RU - 8; UConn - 13. Saves: RU - 4 (Zinter 4); UConn - 2 (Hancock 2). Corners: RU - 5; UConn - 2. Att: 2,431.

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NOVEMbER 10, 2001 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Seton Hall 1 01 Rutgers 1 12 Goals: SHU - McGowan (Serafin); RU - El Bialy (unassisted), Karcz (Moser). Shots: SHU - 10; RU - 14. Saves: SHU - 4 (McDonald 4); RU - 4 (Zinter 4). Corners: SHU 4; RU - 6. Att: 250. NOVEMbER 10, 2000 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 0 00 Boston College 1 01 Goals: BC - Schmidt (Thompson, Boyd). Shots: RU - 15; BC - 7. Saves: RU 2 (Zinter 2); BC 5 (Hamblin 5). Corners: RU 10, BC - 6. Att: 1,593. NOVEMbER 5, 2000 MITCHEL FIELD - UNIONDALE, N.y. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Rutgers 2 0 0 13 St. John’s 1 1 0 02 Goals: RU - El Bialy (PK), El Bialy (unassisted), Ludwig (El Bialy). STJ - Joseph (Szewczwyk, Rojas), Joseph (Rojas, Bradley). Shots: RU - 15; STJ - 9. Saves: RU - 4 (Zinter); STJ - 5 (Stoklosa). Corners: RU - 2, STJ - 4. Att: 567. NOVEMbER 6, 1999 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Notre Dame 0 00 Rutgers 2 02 Goals: RU - Moser (Abrahamson), Ludwig (Youssef). Shots: RU - 17; ND - 2. Saves: RU - 0; ND- 5 (Short). Corners: RU - 6-2. Att: 781. NOVEMbER 12, 1999 MORRONE STADIUM - STORRS, CONN. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Georgetown 1 12 Rutgers 0 00 Goals: GU- Incekara (unassisted), Owens (Incekara). Shots: RU - 9; GU - 8. Saves: RU - 2 (Conway); GU - 5 (Purtill) Corners: RU - 7, GU - 3. Att: 283. NOVEMbER 13. 1998 yURCACk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 1 01 St. John’s 0 22 Goals: RU - Ludwig (Piesner); STJ - Taylor (Wile), Theorides (Miiglioranzi). Shots: RU - 8, STJ - 15. Saves: RU - 3 (Jon Conway), STJ - 3 (Dan Popik). Corners: RU - 5, STJ - 4. Att: 3,334. NOVEMbER 7, 1998 yURCACk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Seton Hall 0 1 0 01 Rutgers 1 0 1 13 Goals: RU - Stewart (Sheppard, Piesner), Stewart (Boutilier), Piesner (Unassisted); SHU -Klinger (Unassisted). Shots: RU - 28, SHU - 12. Saves: RU - 5 (Jon Conway); SHU - 13 (Martin). Corners: RU -8; SHU - 3. Att: 1,862. NOVEMbER 16. 1997 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST CHAMpIONSHIp MATCH bIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMpIONS St. John’s 0 1 0 01 Rutgers 1 0 0 12 Goals: RU - Walsh (Piesner, Kenig), Davidson (Sandor, Walsh); STJ - Van Saun (Mullholland). Saves: RU - 10 (Jon Conway); STJ - 5 (Kris DaCosta). Corners: RU - 2; STJ -15. Att: 779.

NOVEMbER 14, 1997 MORRONE STADIUM - STORRS, CONN. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 0 11 Georgetown 0 00 Goals: RU - Checcio (unassisted). Saves: RU - 4 (Conway); GT - 4 (Purtill). Corners: RU - 3; GT - 3. Att: 90. NOVEMbER 8, 1997 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Villanova: 0 00 12 Rutgers: 1 Goals: RU - Lasby (Simpson), Simpson (Rath). Saves: RU - 6(Conway), VU - 9(Westfall). Shots: RU - 23; VU - 7. Corners: RU - 7; VU:1; Att: 1,023 NOVEMbER 17, 1996 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST CHAMpIONSHIp MATCH Notre Dame 1 01 Rutgers 0 00 Goals: ND - Koloskov (Aris), 39:45; Shots: ND - 8, RU - 4; Saves: ND - 3 (Velho), RU - 3 (Conway); Corners: ND - 2, RU - 4; Att: 1,323. NOVEMbER 16, 1996 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS St. John’s 0 2 1 03 Rutgers 1 1 0 13 *Rutgers won on penalty kicks, 3-2 Goals: RU - Napolitano (Forster) 31:19, STJ - Hickey (Miglioranzi) 70:00, RU - Paviolitis (Forster) 73:01, STJ Hickey (Champagnie) 89:33, STJ Champagnie (Buscemi) 93:45, RU Kenig (Checcio) 111:54. Shots: STJ - 31; RU - 6; Saves: STJ - 1 (Braga); RU - 1 (Widdowson).; Corners: STJ - 13, RU - 1, Att: 2,533. NOVEMbER 9, 1996 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Syracuse 0 1 0 01 Rutgers 1 0 0 12 Goals: RU - Shaw (Forster),1:29; SYR - Jacobson,75:46; RU - Forster,119:58. Shots: RU - 26, SYR - 9. Saves: RU - 4 (Widdowson), SYR - 6 (Freeman). Corners: RU - 4, SYR - 2. Att: 810. NOVEMbER 11, 1995 yURCAk FIELD - pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST SEMIFINALS Rutgers 0 11 Pittsburgh 0 33 Goals: Pitt - Kopp, 63:04; Pitt - Graf (Hopper, Kruse), 78:06; Pitt - Kruse (Hopper), 86:44; RU - Strazzella (Sandor), 89:19; Shots: Pitt - 10, RU - 30; Saves: Pitt - 11 (Spitzer), RU - 3 (Widdowson). Corners: RU - 14, Pitt - 4. Att: 640. NOVEMbER 10, 1995 yURCAk FIELD -- pISCATAWAy, N.J. bIG EAST qUARTERFINALS Georgetown 0 2 0 02 Rutgers 2 0 0 02 *Rutgers won on penalty kicks, 6-5 Goals: RU Napolitano (Amani-Dove), 33:13; RU AmaniDove (Checcio, Shaw), 41:00; GU McKnight (Kelly, Van der Waag), 70:00; McKnight (Ascunce), 74:38; Shots: RU 25, GU 25; Saves: RU (Widdowson) 10; GU (Stapleton) 8; Corners: RU 4, GU 9; Fouls: RU 22, GU 16; Att: 1279.

RUTGERS bIG EAST TOURNAMENT RECORDS GOALS Game: .........................2 ............................ Sherif El Bialy, 11/5/2000 ........................................................Christopher Stewart, 11/7/1998 Tournament: ..........2 ................................ Adam Sternberger, 2006 ....................................................................................... Sherif El Bialy, 2000 ........................................................................Christopher Stewart, 1998 Career:.......................3 ....................................Sherif El Bialy, 2000, 01 ............................................................. Dennis Ludwig, 1998, 99, 2000 ASSISTS Game: .........................2 .............................Simon Forster, 11/16/96 Tournament: ...........3 ..........................................Simon Forster, 1996 Career:.......................3 ..........................................Simon Forster, 1996 pOINTS Game: .........................5 ............................ Sherif El Bialy, 11/5/2000 Tournament: ...........5 ............................................ Sherif El Bialy, 2000 .....................................................................................Simon Forster, 1996 Career:.......................7 ....................................Sherif El Bialy, 2000, 01

SAVES Game: .........................10 ........... Steve Widdowson, 11/11/1995; ................................................ Jon Conway vs. St. John’s, 11/16/97 Career:.......................33 .........................Jon Conway, ‘96-’98, 6 gms TEAM RECORDS Shots RU ................................28 ............................... vs. Seton Hall, 11/7/98 Opp. .............................31 ....................................St. John’s, 11/16/96 CORNERS RU ................................14 .......................................... vs. Pitt, 11/11/96 Opp. .............................15 ....................................St. John’s, 11/16/97 SAVES RU ................................10 .................................. vs. G’Town, 11/11/95 ...........................................................................vs. St. John’s, 11/16/97 Opp ..............................13 ......................................Seton Hall, 11/7/98


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rEtirEd jErSEyS ART bRINkMANN (1952-55) The first Scarlet Knight booter to have his jersey retired, Art Brinkmann was one of the founders of Rutgers Soccer. He was the program’s first All-American, claiming the honor in 1954 and holds the school record with six goals in a match. A three-time All-East selection, he scored 49 career goals. He was team captain his junior and senior season, was named the Alfred Sasser Award Winner in 1954 and appeared in Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities in 1954 and 1955. Brinkmann was an alternate member of the United States Olympic Team that competed in the Summer Games in Helsinki, Finland. In 1956 he was a member of the National Champion Eintracht FC. The College Soccer Coaches Association of New Jersey elected him to its Hall of Fame in 1995. LINO DICUOLLO (1988-91) Recognized as one of the nation’s premier forwards during his career, DiCuollo was a 1989 All-America choice following a year in which he was also named Atlantic 10 East Division Player of the Year. In his four years, he led Rutgers to a 71-15-8 record and three NCAA Tournament appearances. He stands third on the Rutgers career points list with 122, third on the goals scored list with 48 and fourth on the assist list with 26. bObby JOE ESpOSITO (1983-86) Bobby Joe Esposito was one of the most prolific scorers in Rutgers history. In all four years of his career, he led Rutgers in goals, points, gamewinning goals and multiple-goal games. He finished his career with 50 goals which ranks second all-time, 25 career assists (t-fourth) and 125 points (second). He started every game of his career (76) and recorded 16 multiplegoal games. Following his freshman season he was named one of Soccer America’s Top 10 freshmen. In 1986, he led the team with 15 goals and four assists and was named an All-American. A stellar student, he was an Academic All-America in 1986 as well, and played in the 1986 Senior Bowl. Following his career, Esposito spent six years playing professionally in the MISL and NPSL. DAVID GRIMALDI (‘73-’77) David Grimaldi was a member of the soccer team from 1973-1977. He was described by his coaches as one of the best soccer players in the nation. A sweeper and midfielder during his time “On The Banks,” Grimaldi was the 1977 Alfred B. Sasser Award winner for his leadership, spirit, and loyalty to the Scarlet Knights. In 1977, he became the first in Rutgers history to be drafted by a team in the NASL. Grimaldi was selected in the first round of the 1977 draft by the Dallas Tornadoes. The fourth overall pick that year, he played one season for the Tornado and another for the Memphis Rogues. He also played three years in the Major Indoor Soccer League for the Cleveland Force where he was elected player-representative and team captain. A member of the 1976 United States Olympic Team, Grimaldi was an all-state performer for Willingboro High School.

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DAVE MASUR (‘82-’84) Dave Masur was a two-time All-American and a three-year captain (1982-84). During those three seasons, Masur keyed the Scarlet to a combined 35-14-6 record. A perfect 17-0-2 mark in 1983 garnered Rutgers its first NCAA Tournament berth in 22 years. That season, he was the third-leading scorer on the team (from the back) with four goals and six assists. Masur won the Bob McNulty MVP Award in 1982 and 1983. He was a participant in the 1984 Senior Bowl and graduated Rutgers as the then-eighth all-time assist leader (14) and 13th in all-time points (30). DAVE MUELLER (‘87-’90) Mueller played for Rutgers from 1987-90 and made three NCAA appearances, including two Final Fours. He is tops on the RU all-time assist charts with Brian Sentowski, recording 28 for his career. A ball-handling wizard, Mueller was a teammate of Rammel’s and current RU associate head coach Jeff Zaun on the 1990 national runner-up team that lost to UCLA on penalty kicks in the National Championship game. STEVE RAMMEL (‘89-’90) A 1990 Rutgers graduate, Steve Rammel led his team to back-to-back Final Fours in 1989 and 1990, earning All-American honors in 1990. He led RU to the National Championship game his senior season. A runner-up for the Hermann Trophy, which goes to the top college soccer player in America, in 1990, Rammel recorded 17 goals in each of his two years at Rutgers after transferring from Connecticut. He is currently the Scarlet Knights’ ninth ranked all-time scorer with 84 career points. Following his Scarlet Knight career, Rammel was an All-Star with the DC United of the MLS, becoming the first player ever in MLS history to record a hat trick. In 2001, Rammel was named head coach of St. Mary’s (CA) men’s soccer team. Rammel left St. Mary’s in January, 2005, to join the LA Galaxy as an assistant coach. He served as an assistant on the UCLA staff prior to his head coaching post at St. Mary’s. HERb SCHMIDT (‘59-’61) Herb Schmidt is the first two-time soccer All-American in Rutgers history. A stalwart scorer from 1959-1961, he also served as the team’s captain in his senior year and was an All-Mid Atlantic selection. The Sasser Award winner, he was also a two-time All-American in Lacrosse. Considered the premier midfielder of his time, he tallied 90 goals, 23 his sophomore year, 33 as a junior, and 34 as a senior. In 1960, Rutgers finished the regular season with a perfect 11-0 record but lost a 4-3 overtime decision to Maryland in the NCAA tournament. As a student, Schmidt was a member of the Crown and Scroll honor society.


rutgErS OLymPiC SPOrtS haLL OF FamE ART bRINkMANN (1952-55) CLASS OF 1996 The first Scarlet Knight booter to have his jersey retired, Art Brinkmann is one of the founders of Rutgers Soccer. He was the program’s first All-American, claiming the honor in 1954 and he holds the school record with six goals in a match. A three-time All-East selection, he scored 49 career goals. He was team captain his junior and senior season, was named the Alfred Sasser Award Winner in 1954 and appeared in Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities in 1954 and 1955. Brinkmann was an alternate member of the United States’ Olympic Soccer team that competed in the Summer Games in Helsinki, Finland. In 1956 he was a member of the national champion Eintracht FC. The College Soccer Coaches Association of New Jersey elected him to its Hall of Fame in 1995. bObby JOE ESpOSITO (1983-86) CLASS OF 1999 Bobby Joe Esposito was one of the most prolific scorers in Rutgers history. In all four years of his career, he led Rutgers in goals, points, game-winning goals and multiple-goal games. He finished his career with 50 goals which ranks second all-time, 25 career assists (t-fourth) and 125 points (second). He started every game of his career (76) and recorded 16 multiple-goal games. Following his freshman season he was named one of Soccer America’s Top 10 freshmen. In 1986, he led the team with 15 goals and four assists and was named an All-American. A stellar student, he was an Academic All-America in 1986 as well, and played in the 1986 Senior Bowl. Following his career, Esposito spent six years playing professionally in the MISL and NPSL. pEDRO LOpES (1990-94) CLASS OF 2004 Lopes, a two-time All-American and two-time recipient of the Bob McNulty Award as the team’s Most Vaulable Player, played in four NCAA Tournaments, including two Final Fours during his storied collegiate career. He was named the Atlantic-10 Player of the Year in 1994 when Rutgers advanced to the Final Four for the third time in five seasons. He spearheaded a defense that allowed just 10 goals in 1990, 93 and 94. He scored the game-winning goal in the 1993 Atlantic 10 Championship game and started all 86 games in his collegiate career. Upon graduation, he played professionally with the NJ Imperials and served as an assistant coach at Rutgers for eight seasons before taking over as the head men’s soccer coach at NJIT in 2003. ALEXI LALAS (1988-91) CLASS OF 1998 Three-time All-American and 1991 consensus National Player of the Year, Alexi Lalas became one of the most recognizable American athletes in the world. In his four years as a Scarlet Knight, he led RU to three NCAA tournaments, including a National Semifinal in 1989 and National Championship game in 1990. In his four seasons, Rutgers compiled a record of 71-15-8. In 1989 and 1990, he was named Third-Team All-American and in 1991, he was recognized as the nation’s finest college soccer player winning the Hermann Award and the Missouri Athletic Club Trophy. That year, he was also named First-Team All-American. He was also a four-time Mid-Atlantic Region choice as well as three-time Atlantic 10 selection. A three-time captain and the only Rutgers soccer player to receive three All-America honors, Lalas was the guiding force to a 15-match unbeaten streak and Rutgers’ first No. 1 ranking in the history of the program during his senior year. In August 2006, he was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

DAVE MASUR (1982-84) CLASS OF1996 Dave Masur was a two-time All-American and a three-year captain (1982-84). During those three seasons, Masur keyed the Scarlet to a combined 35-14-6 record. A perfect 17-0-2 mark in 1983 garnered Rutgers its first NCAA Tournament berth in 22 years. That season, he was the thirdleading scorer on the team (from the back) with four goals and six assists Masur won the Bob McNulty MVP Award in 1982 & 1983 and was a participant in the 1984 Senior Bowl. He graduated as Rutgers 8th all-time assist leader and 13th in all-time points. HERb SCHMIDT (1959-61) CLASS OF 1994 Herb Schmidt is the first two-time soccer All-American in Rutgers history. A stalwart scorer from 1959-1961, he also served as the team’s captain in his senior year and was an All-Mid Atlantic selection. The Sasser Award winner, he was also a two-time All-American in Lacrosse. Considered the premier midfielder of his time, he tallied 90 goals, 23 his sophomore year, 33 as a junior, and 34 as a senior. In 1960, Rutgers finished the regular season with a perfect 11-0 record but lost a 4-3 overtime decision to Maryland in the NCAA tournament. As a student, Schmidt was a member of the Crown and Scroll honor society. pETER VERMES (1985-87) CLASS OF 1998 A 1987 First-Team All-American and runner-up for National Player of the Year, Vermes put together one of the finest careers in Rutgers sports history. He currently ranks seventh in all-time points (89), goals scored (35), 10th in assists (19) and second in game-winning goals (15). In 1987, he earned FirstTeam All-America honors after scoring 21 goals, 15 assists for 52 points and leading Rutgers to the Region Finals of the NCAA Tournament. He went on to star for the U.S. National team as a member of the 1988 Olympic team and the 1990 World Cup team. He was also named 1988 U.S. Male Soccer Player of the Year. As a professional soccer player, Vermes was the first American to play in both Holland’s and Hungary’s First Division. The 29th overall pick in the 1996 Inaugural Major League Soccer Draft by the MetroStars, Vermes spent seven seasons in the MLS. JEFF ZAUN (1989-93) CLASS OF 1998 An All-American and National Player of the Year candidate during his time “On the Banks,” Zaun truly made his mark on the Rutgers soccer program. He starred at Rutgers from 1989-1993, leading the Scarlet Knights to a pair of Final Fours, including the NCAA Championship match in 1990. In 1991, Zaun recorded four game-winning goals, guiding the Scarlet Knights to a 19-3-1 record and a No. 4 ranking in the final national poll. A threetime captain, Zaun earned a pair of NSCAA All-Region selections as both a back and a midfielder in 1990 and 1991. He was a four-year letterwinner for the Scarlet Knights, starting 77 games during his career. In his rookie campaign, the former New Jersey High School Player of the Year was named the Atlantic-10 Freshman of the Year in 1989. He went on to earn several All-Atlantic 10 laurels the following years. Rutgers enjoyed a 76-15-4 record during his four seasons with the Scarlet Knights. Upon graduation, Zaun continued his soccer career at the professional level, playing a total of four seasons in the MLS as a member of the New York/New Jersey MetroStars and the Chicago Fire.

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aLL-amEriCaNS GUy AbRAHAMSON (19992002) Abrahamson earned Second Team NSCAA All-America honors in 2001 and 2002. He guided the Scarlet Knights to a 15-7-3 record and a final ranking of No. 9 in the NSCAA poll in 2001 and an 8-8-3 mark in 2002. Moving to back from the midfielder position he occupied the previous three seasons, Abrahamson was the catalyst for an offense that registered 44 goals and allowed just 28 in 2001. Abrahamson netted two goals and five assists his junior season with one goal and two assists his senior year.

JON CONWAy (1996-98) One of the nation’s best and most intimidating goalkeepers, Jon Conway earned several AllAmerica awards following the 1999 season, a season in which Rutgers finished 12-6-3, won the BIG EAST Regular Season title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Conway turned in one of the best single-season efforts in RU history, recording a 0.88 GAA, including a league-best 0.48 mark in BIG EAST play, posting an 8-1-2 record in those contests. He turned away 11 shots in a 0-0, double-overtime tie with then No. 8 St. John’s, on his way to six shutouts on the season. Conway earned Second Team NCSAA honors, as well as Second Team honors from Soccer Times and Soccer America. He was also chosen to participate in the Umbro Select All-Star Classic following the season. Conway went on to be a third-round selection of the San Jose Earthquakes in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft.

bILL ANDRACkI (199091) The Scarlet Knight netminder for two seasons, Andracki was named an All-American following a trip to the National Championship match in 1990. In 1990, he kept both Evansville and UCLA from scoring ultimately falling to the Bruins in a penalty kick shootout. In two seasons, Andracki recorded 23 shutouts which is fourth on the Rutgers all-time list and 171 saves which ranks seventh in RU history.

LINO DICUOLLO (1988-91) Recognized as one of the nation’s premier forwards during his career, DiCuollo was a 1989 All-America choice following a year in which he was also named Atlantic 10 East Division Player of the Year. In his four years, he led Rutgers to a 71-15-8 record and three NCAA Tournament appearances. He stands third on the Rutgers career points list with 122, third on the goals scored list with 48 and fourth on the assist list with 26.

ALAN bRANIGAN (1993-96) Branigan’s effectiveness cannot merely be measured in goals or assists. A 1993 third-team All-America choice, his feared presence in the lineup kept the nation’s top scorers away from the Scarlet Knight goal. Time after time, he shut down All-Americans and top scorers with his tenacious marking ability. He was a member of three NCAA Tournament teams and played a key role in leading RU to the 1994 Final Four. ART bRINkMANN (1952-55) The first Scarlet Knight booter to have his jersey retired, Art Brinkmann was one of the founders of Rutgers Soccer. He was the program’s first All-American, claiming the honor in 1954 and holds the school record with six goals in a match. A three-time All-East selection, he scored 49 career goals. He was team captain his junior and senior season, was named the Alfred Sasser Award Winner in 1954 and appeared in Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities in 1954 and 1955. Brinkmann was an alternate member of the United States Olympic Team that competed in the Summer Games in Helsinki, Finland. In 1956 he was a member of the National Champion Eintracht FC. The College Soccer Coaches Association of New Jersey elected him to its Hall of Fame in 1995.

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bObby JOE ESpOSITO (1983-86) Bobby Joe Esposito was one of the most prolific scorers in Rutgers history. In all four years of his career, he led Rutgers in goals, points, game-winning goals and multiple-goal games. He finished his career with 50 goals which ranks second all-time, 25 career assists (t-fourth) and 125 points (second). He started every game of his career (76) and recorded 16 multiple-goal games. Following his freshman season he was named one of Soccer America’s Top 10 freshmen. In 1986, he led the team with 15 goals and four assists and was named an All-American. A stellar student, he was an Academic All-America in 1986 as well, and played in the 1986 Senior Bowl. Following his career, Esposito spent six years playing professionally in the MISL and NPSL. STEVE FULLER (1959-61) Fuller, another Rutgers All-American, played during the team’s first successful era in the early 1960’s. Fuller earned three letters from 1959-61 and, during that time, helped Rutgers to a 30-7-1 mark, one of the best three-year marks in program history. JOSH GROS (2000-2003) Gros exploded his final season, etching his name into the single-season record books in points (10th), goals (10th) and game-winning goals (sixth) en route to NSCAA Third Team and College Soccer News Second Team All-American acollades. He was also named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year after collecting 37 points on 16 goals and five assists. He tallied five game-winning goals in 2003, giving him six for his career. Gros found his scoring touch later in his career after not registering a goal in his first two seasons while serving as a defensive-minded midfielder. Midway through Gros’ junior season he moved to an attacking midfield


aLL-amEriCaNS spot and scored six goals in 2002. Gros ended his career at Rutgers with 60 points on 22 goals and 16 assists. Selected 34th overall in the 2004 MLS SuperDraft by D.C. United, Gros became a regular starter and in August 2006 he appeared in his first MLS All-Star Game. Gros also earned his first cap with the U.S. National Team in a 2-0 victory over Mexico on February 7, 2007. ALEXI LALAS (1988-91) Three-time All-American and 1991 consensus National Player of the Year, Alexi Lalas became one of the most recognizable American athletes in the world. In his four years as a Scarlet Knight, he led RU to three NCAA tournaments, including a National Semifinal in 1989 and National Championship game in 1990. In his four seasons, Rutgers compiled a record of 71-15-8. In 1989 and 1990, he was named Third-Team All-American and in 1991, he was recognized as the nation’s finest college soccer player winning the Hermann Award and the Missouri Athletic Club Trophy. That year, he was also named First-Team All-American. He was also a four-time Mid-Atlantic Region choice as well as three-time Atlantic 10 selection. A three-time captain and the only Rutgers soccer player to receive three All-America honors, Lalas was the guiding force to a 15-match unbeaten streak and Rutgers’ first No. 1 ranking in the history of the program during his senior year. In August 2006, he was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame. pEDRO LOpES (1990-94) Lopes, a two-time All-American and two-time recipient of the Bob McNulty Award as the team’s Most Vaulable Player, played in four NCAA Tournaments, including two Final Fours during his storied collegiate career. He was named the Atlantic-10 Player of the Year in 1994 when Rutgers advanced to the Final Four for the third time in five seasons. He spearheaded a defense that allowed just 10 goals in 1990, 93 and 94. He scored the game-winning goal in the 1993 Atlantic 10 Championship game and started all 86 games in his collegiate career. Upon graduation, he played professionally with the NJ Imperials and served as an assistant coach at Rutgers for eight seasons before taking over as the head men’s soccer coach at NJIT in 2003. DAVE MASUR (1982-84) Dave Masur was a two-time All-American and a three-year captain (198284). During those three seasons, Masur keyed the Scarlet to a combined 35-14-6 record. A perfect 17-0-2 mark in 1983 garnered Rutgers its first NCAA Tournament berth in 22 years. That season, he was the thirdleading scorer on the team (from the back) with four goals and six assists Masur won the Bob McNulty MVP Award in 1982 & 1983 and was a participant in the 1984 Senior Bowl. He graduated as Rutgers 8th all-time assist leader and 13th in all-time points. STEVE RAMMEL (1989-90) A 1990 Rutgers graduate, Steve Rammel led his team to back-to-back Final Fours in 1989 and 1990, earning All-American honors in 1990. He

led RU to the National Championship game his senior season. A runner-up for the Hermann Trophy, which goes to the top college soccer player in America, in 1990, Rammel recorded 17 goals in each of his two years at Rutgers after transferring from Connecticut. He is currently the Scarlet Knights’ ninth ranked all-time scorer with 84 career points. Following his Scarlet Knight career, Rammel was an All-Star with the DC United of the MLS, becoming the first player ever in MLS history to record a hat trick. RICHARD SCHIESSWOHL (1665-66) The fourth RU player to earn All-America honors, Richard Schiesswohl earned his national award following a tremendous senior season in 1966. He was the team captain in 1966 and earned the Sasser Award as well, leading the team to a 9-2-1 record. HERb SCHMIDT (1959-61) Herb Schmidt is the first two-time soccer All-American in Rutgers history. A stalwart scorer from 1959-1961, he also served as the team’s captain in his senior year and was an All-Mid Atlantic selection. The Sasser Award winner, he was also a two-time All-American in Lacrosse. Considered the premier midfielder of his time, he tallied 90 goals, 23 his sophomore year, 33 as a junior, and 34 as a senior. In 1960, Rutgers finished the regular season with a perfect 11-0 record but lost a 4-3 overtime decision to Maryland in the NCAA tournament. As a student, Schmidt was a member of the Crown and Scroll honor society. MIkE SHAW (1993-96) This 1996 third-team All-American was a tremendous scorer for Rutgers. He did not boast the physical stature of some, but his presence in the box was just as feared. He led the Scarlet Knights with 12 goals and five assists in 1996. Five of those 12 goals were game-winners. He played a key part in Rutgers’ three NCAA Tournament appearances in his four years and ranks tied for 10th on the all-time list with 72 career points, and 11th with 30 career goals. pETER VERMES (1985-87) A 1987 First-Team All-American and runner-up for National Player of the Year, Vermes put together one of the finest careers in Rutgers sports history. He currently ranks seventh in all-time points (89), goals scored (35), 10th in assists (19) and second in game-winning goals (15). In 1987, he earned First-Team All-America honors after scoring 21 goals, 15 assists for 52 points and leading Rutgers to the Region Finals of the NCAA Tournament. He went on to star for the U.S. National team as a member of the 1988 Olympic team and the 1990 World Cup team. He was also named 1988 U.S. Male Soccer Player of the Year. As a professional soccer player, Vermes was the first American to play in both Holland’s and Hungary’s First Division. The 29th overall pick in the 1996 Inaugural Major League Soccer Draft by the MetroStars, Vermes spent seven seasons in the MLS. bILL WALSH (1997) Walsh spent just one year as a Scarlet Knight, leading Rutgers to the 1997 BIG EAST Championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Walsh, a finalist for National Player of the Year honors, led RU with 27 points (11 G, 5 A), including game-winners in a season-opening victory over Seton Hall and West Virginia. Walsh picked up the pace in the postseason, scoring the first goal and assisting on the second to give Rutgers its first-ever BIG EAST Championship.

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aNNuaL award wiNNErS THE GEORGE DOCHAT SpORTSMANSHIp AWARD George Dochat is credited with being the “Father of Rutgers Soccer.” An outstanding educator and coach, Dochat was a former Physical Education Department Head. He originated the soccer program in 1938 and remained head coach for 30 years. Over that span, he amassed an excellent 141-116-21 record. It is in the memory of this great man that the Rutgers Soccer Sportsmanship Award is given. This annual award is bestowed upon the player whose character, both on and off the field, best exemplifies the virtues of courage, honor and fair play. 1984 Dave Yeager ‘85 1985 Steve Dombrowski ‘86 1986 Greg Michael ‘87 1987 Tyler Isaacson ‘88 1988 Tony DeOrio ‘90 1989 Ben Letson ‘90 1990 Chris Beach ‘90 1991 Bill Andracki ‘92 1992 Franz Warren ‘94 1993 Brian Sentowski ‘94 1994 Brian Carolan ‘96 1995 Dan Martin ‘96 1996 Jeremy Buttson ‘97 1997 John Rath ‘99 1998 Mike Gould ‘99 1999 Vincent Almeida ‘00 Christian Schwarz ‘00 2000 John Youssef ‘01 2001 Josh Gros ‘04 2002 Sherif El Bialy ‘04 Ricky Zinter ‘03 2003 Wes Kirk ‘05 2004 Gustavo Mora ‘05 2005 Adam Sternberger ‘08 2006 Kevin O’Connor ‘08 2007 Adam Sternberger ‘08 2008 Ryan Breznitsky ‘09 209 Guilherme Dantas ‘10

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 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

Herb Schmidt ‘62 Steven Holsten ‘63 William Habig ‘64 Jay T. Miller ‘65 John M. Hoppe ‘66 Rich Schiesswohl ‘67 William Foreman ‘68 Ronald Stricklin ‘69 James Brudnick ‘70 Joseph Campesi `72 Paul F. Levinsky ‘72 Michael Miller ‘72 Mike Martynenko ‘73 Robert Kortmann ‘74 Robert E. Sievert ‘75 Kenneth Cherry ‘76 Anthony Halfhide ‘76 David Grimaldi ‘77 William S. Denton ‘78 Jose G. Aitken ‘79 Mark Starrett ‘80 Richard R. Wolf ‘80 Richard Wiener ‘81 Andrew Kruczek ‘82 Harry Dietrich ‘83 Peter Csirmaz ‘84 Dave Masur ‘85 Ed LaPerche ‘86 John Mitchell ‘87 Chuck Pearson ‘88 Bob Cooke ‘89 Tony DeOrio ‘90 Dave Mueller ‘91 Lino DiCuollo ‘92 John Rogers ‘93 Jeff Zaun ‘94 Brent Longenecker’95 Kevin O’Connell ‘96 Alan Branigan ‘97 Ian Checcio ‘98 Jason Kenig ‘99 Simon Forster ‘00 Nick Ross ‘01 Mike Reid ‘02 David Boutilier ‘03 Todd Moser ‘04 Chris Karcz ‘05 Wes Kirk ‘05 Abdul Kargbo ‘06 Brinker Dailey ‘07 Kevin O’Connor ‘08 Amir Haghshenas ‘09 Josh Carroll ‘10

2005 2006 THE ALFRED b. SASSER 2007 AWARD 2008 Alfred Sasser Jr., was a soccer 2009 and lacrosse player at Rutgers from 1945-49. His father felt bOb MCNULTy MVp AWARD that his son gained so much A loyal servant to the game of from participating in these two soccer, Bob McNulty was one sports that he wished to estab- of the sports’ pioneers in the lish trophies in his son’s name to United States. He touched and encourage others’ involvement. inspired thousands of players, The Alfred Sasser Soccer Trophy coaches, referees and fans duris awarded annually to that mem- ing his 25 year involvement in the ber of the senior class who has game. His eight year association demonstrated the highest quali- with Rutgers coincided with the ties of leadership, initiative, team program’s greatest successes. spirit, and loyalty, and who participated as a member of the Rut- 1979 Andrew Kruczek ‘82 gers Soccer team for three years. 1980 Roland Mitchell ‘81 1981 J. Michael Winner ‘82 1950 Donald Vose, Jr. ‘51 1982 Dave Masur ‘85 1951 Martin D. Sutphin ‘52 1983 Dave Masur ‘85 1952 Chris Frederick ‘53 1984 BJ Esposito ‘87 1953 Paul Baba ‘54 1985 BJ Esposito ‘87 Phil Harding ‘54 1986 BJ Esposito ‘87 Rodger A. Zelles ‘54 1987 Joe Demorat ‘88 1954 Dan Toleno ‘55 Peter Vermes ‘88 1955 Art Brinkmann ‘57 1988 Dave Barrueta ‘90 1956 Ken Eiker ‘57 1989 Alexi Lalas ‘91 1957 George Bedrosian ‘59 Lino DiCuollo ‘92 1958 Ernest Unger ‘59 1990 Steve Rammel ‘91 Andrejs Krimins ‘60 1991 Alexi Lalas ‘91 1960 George Hartman ‘61 1992 Rocky Strazzella ‘96

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1993 Pedro Lopes ‘95 1994 Pedro Lopes ‘95 1995 Hamisi Amani-Dove ‘96 1996 Mike Shaw ‘97 1997 Billy Walsh ‘98 1998 John Rath ‘99 1999 Jon Conway ‘00 David Boutilier ‘02 2000 David Boutilier ‘02 2001 Dennis Ludwig ‘02 Guy Abrahamson ‘03 2002 Josh Gros ‘04 Guy Abrahamson ‘03 2003 Josh Gros ‘04 2004 Nick LaBrocca ‘06 2005 Adam Sternberger ‘08 2006 Nick LaBrocca ‘07 Bart Koffeman ’07 2007 Kevin O’Connor ‘08 2008 Yannick Salmon ‘11 2009 Yannick Salmon ‘11 Ibrahim Kamara ‘12 2011 Nate Bourdeau ‘12 ART bRINkMANN AWARD Created in 1999, the Art Brinkmann Award is given annually to the team’s top goal scorer. It was named in honor of Art Brinkmann, the school’s first soccer All-American and top goal scorer during the 1950’s. Brinkmann, a past President of the booster club, has been a life-long supporter of the Scarlet Knights. 1999 Dennis Ludwig ‘02 2000 Dustin Sheppard ‘02 2001 Dennis Ludiwg ‘02 2002 Sam Castellanos ‘06 2003 Josh Gros ‘04 2004 Scott Gahagan ‘06 2005 Adam Sternberger ‘08 2006 Adam Sternberger ‘08 2007 Tomislav Barisic ‘09 2008 Dilly Duka ‘11 2009 Ibrahim Kamara ‘12 SCARLET kNIGHT CApTAINS A captain exemplifies the best characteristics of a Rutgers student-athlete. The captain serves as a pillar in the community, as the foremost representative of the Scarlet Knights to the University and his fellow students. Finally, the armband means taking on the responsibility of upholding the tradition of Rutgers Soccer. 1940 1941 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1958 1959 1960 1961

William Llewellyn John Ervin James Hill Palmer Schroeder ‘48 David Turp ‘49 Sven Peterson ‘50 Edward Nicolian ‘51 Donald Vose, Jr. ‘51 Martin Sutphin ‘52 Christian Frederick ‘53 John Mahoney ‘54 Phil Harding ‘54 Daniel Toleno ‘55 Arthur Brinkman ‘56 Kenneth E. Eiker ‘57 George Bedrosian ‘58 Theodore Sheffert ‘60 Ernest Unger ‘60 Robert Badgley ‘60 George Hartmann ‘61 Herb Schmidt ‘62 Stephen Fuller ‘62

1962 Steven Holsten ‘63 1964 Richard Goodstadt ‘65 1966 Richard Schiesswohl ‘67 Kenneth Winkler ‘67 1967 Jules Schwartz ‘68 1968 (rotating) 1969 James Brudnick ‘70 1970 William Mansmann ‘71 1971 Michael Miller ‘72 Paul F. Levinsky ‘72 1972 Mike Martynenko ‘73 Chester Proschan ‘73 1973 Robert Kortmann ‘74 Robert Sievert ‘75 1974 Robert Sievert ‘75 George Hill ‘75 1975 Gianni Grimaldi ‘76 Kenneth Cherry ‘76 1976 David Grimaldi ‘77 1977 David Grimaldi ‘77 1978 Sam Maira ‘80 1979 Mark Starrett ‘80 Rich Wolf ‘80 1980 Roland Mitchell ‘81 1981 Andrew Kruczek ‘82 Harry Dietrich ‘83 Peter Csirmaz ‘84 J. Michael Winner ‘82 1982 Harry Dietrich ‘83 Terry Bellinger ‘83 Peter Csirmaz ‘84 David Masur ‘85 1983 Peter Csirmaz ‘84 David Masur ‘85 Phil Neary ‘85 1984 Ray Goon ‘85 Mike Talerico ‘85 Dave Masur ‘85 Dave Yeager ‘85 1985 Ed LaPerche ‘86 Bobby Joe Esposito ‘87 Chuck Pearson ‘88 1986 Bobby Joe Esposito ‘87 Greg Michael ‘87 Chuck Pearson ‘88 1987 Tyler Isaacson ‘88 Chuck Pearson ‘88 1988 Bob Cooke ‘89 Tony DeOrio ‘90 Darryl Edelstein ‘90 1989 Tony DeOrio ‘90 Darryl Edelstein ‘90 Alexi Lalas ‘92 1990 Chris Beach ‘91 Alexi Lalas ‘92 Dave Mueller ‘91 1991 Bill Andracki ‘92 Alexi Lalas ‘92 Jeff Zaun ‘93 1992 John Rogers ‘93 Jeff Zaun ‘94 1993 Jeff Zaun ‘94 1994 Brent Longenecker ‘95 Pedro Lopes ‘95 Rocky Strazzella ‘96 1995 Alan Branigan ‘97 Ian Checcio ‘98 Steve Widdowson ‘98 1996 Alan Branigan ‘97 Jeremy Buttson ‘97 Ian Checcio ‘98 1997 Ian Checcio ‘98 John Rath ‘99 1998 John Rath ‘99 1999 Simon Forster ‘00 2000 David Boutilier ‘02 Guy Abrahamson ‘03 J.D. Martin ‘02 2001 Guy Abrahamson ‘03 David Boutilier ‘02 J.D. Martin ‘03 Todd Moser ‘03

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011

Guy Abrahamson ‘03 David Boutilier ‘03 Todd Moser ‘04 Josh Gros ‘04 Todd Moser ‘04 Scott Conway ‘04 Chris Karcz ‘05 Wes Kirk ‘05 Abdul Kargbo ‘06 Nick LaBrocca ‘07 Bart Koffeman ‘07 Brinker Dailey ‘07 Nick LaBrocca ‘07 Bart Koffeman ‘07 Brinker Dailey ‘07 Chris Moore’08 Kevin O’Connor’08 Adam Sternberger ‘08 Ryan Breznitsky ‘09 Josh Carroll ‘10 Amir Haghshenas ‘09 Josh Carroll ‘10 Yannick Salmon ‘11 Paulie Calafiore ‘11 Joe Setchell ‘13

RICHARD FERRARO AWARD This award was established as a memorial to Richard Ferraro who exemplified the prototypical Rutgers soccer player on and off the field. It is given to the player who was most inspirational to the team’s success and demonstrated the dedication, spirit and values of the Rutgers soccer program. 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

John Rath ‘98 Scott McGinn ‘00 Mike Reid ‘01 Dustin Sheppard ‘02 Mark Telesz ‘03 Scott Gahagan ‘06 Chris Wilson ‘06 Anthony Schiavino ‘04 Kevin O’Connor ‘08 Sean Cameron ‘07 Chris Moore ‘08 Kevin McFadden ‘09 Bryant Knibbs ‘12


aLL-rEgiON/aLL-CONFErENCE SELECtiONS NSCAA ALL-REGION SELECTIONS 1982 Second Team Terry Bellinger, B 1983 First Team Dave Masur, B Second Team Dave Yeager, GK Peter Csirmaz, M 1984 First Team Dave Masur, B Second Team Bobby Joe Esposito, F 1985 Second Team Peter Vermes, F Honorable Mention Joe DeMorat, GK Ed LaPerche, B Greg Michael, B 1986 First Team Bobby Joe Esposito, F Second Team Mark Edelstein, M Peter Vermes, F 1987 First Team Joe DeMorat, GK Tyler Isaacson, M Peter Vermes, F Second Team Chuck Pearson, B

1992 First Team Rob Johnson, F Honorable Mention Hamisi Amani-Dove, F 1993 First Team Kori Hunter, GK Pedro Lopes, B Hamisi Amani-Dove, F Second Team Brian Sentowski, M 1994 First Team Pedro Lopes, B Second Team Rob Johnson, F 1995 First Team Hamisi Amani-Dove, F Second Team Steve Widdowson, GK 1996 First Team Alan Branigan, B Michael Shaw, F Second Team Ian Checcio, M 1997 First Team Ian Checcio, B Jon Conway, GK Billy Walsh, M Second Team Brian Piesner, M

1988 First Team Dave Barruetta, GK David Mueller, M Honorable Mention Alexi Lalas, B

1998 First Team Brian Piesner, M John Rath, B Jon Conway, GK

1989 First Team Alexi Lalas, B Lino DiCuollo, F Steve Rammel, F Second Team David Barruetta, GK

1999 First Team Jon Conway, GK David Boutilier,B Second Team Dennis Ludwig, F Guy Abrahamson, M/B

1990 First Team Alexi Lalas, B David Mueller, M Steve Rammel, F Second Team Jeff Zaun, B

2000 First Team David Boutilier, B Second Team Guy Abrahamson, M

1991 First Team Bill Andracki, GK Alexi Lalas, B Jeff Zaun, M Lino DiCuollo, F

2001 First Team Guy Abrahamson, M Sherif El Bialy, F Dennis Ludiwg, F Second Team Todd Moser, B

2002 Secon Team Guy Abrahamson, B Sherif El-Bialy, F Third Team Chris Karcz, F 2003 First Team Josh Gros, M Second Team Chris Karcz, F Third Team Ricardo Arenas, F 2004 Second Team Nick LaBrocca, M Third Team Chris Karcz, F 2006 Second Team Nick LaBrocca, M Bart Koffeman, B 2011 Second Team Juan Pablo Correa, F

bIG EAST ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 1995 First Team ...............................................Hamisi Amani-Dove Second Team .......................................................... Alan Branigan 1996 First Team ................................................................. Mike Shaw Second Team .......................................................... Alan Branigan 1997 First Team ................................................................Ian Checcio ...............................................................Jon Conway ........................................................... Brian Piesner ................................................................. Billy Walsh Second Team .................................................................. John Rath All-Rookie Team ......................................................... Mark Simpson 1998 GOALkEEpER OF THE yEAR ...............................................................Jon Conway First Team ...............................................................Jon Conway ........................................................... Brian Piesner .................................................................. John Rath All-Rookie ..........................................................David Boutilier 1999 GOALkEEpER OF THE yEAR ...............................................................Jon Conway First Team ...............................................................Jon Conway ........................................................... Brian Piesner Second Team ..........................................................David Boutilier All-Rookie ....................................................Guy Abrahamson ............................................................John Youssef 2000 FirstTeam ...........................................................David Boutiler ...................................................... Guy Abrhamson Second Team .....................................................Dustin Sheppard ..........................................................Dennis Ludwig All-Rookie ............................................................Sherif El Bialy 2001 OFFENSIVE pLAyER OF THE yEAR ..........................................................Dennis Ludwig

First Team ....................................................Guy Abrahamson ............................................................Sherif El Bialy ..........................................................Dennis Ludiwg Third Team .............................................................. Todd Moser 2002 Second Team ....................................................Guy Abrahamson ............................................................ Sherif El-Bialy Third Team ............................................................... Chris Karcz 2003 OFFENSIVE pLAyER OF THE yEAR .................................................................. Josh Gros First Team .................................................................. Josh Gros Second TEam ............................................................... Chris Karcz Third Team .......................................................Ricardo Arenas 2004 First Team ......................................................... Nick LaBrocca Second Team ............................................................... Chris Karcz 2005 Third Team ......................................................... Nick LaBrocca ................................................Adam Sternberger 2006 Second Team ......................................................... Nick LaBrocca .........................................................Bart Koffeman 2008 Second Team ....................................................................Dilly Duka 2009 Second Team ...................................................... Yannick Salmon Third Team ..................................................... Ibrahim Kamara 2010 Third Team ...................................................... Yannick Salmon 2011 Third Team ........................................................Nate Bourdeau ..................................................... Ibrahim Kamara All-Rookie ................................................ Juan Pablo Correa

A-10 ALL-CONFERENCE pICkS 1990 First Team .....................................................Bill Andracki .........................................................Alexi Lalas ................................................Steve Rammel Second Team ....................................................Lino DiCuollo 1991 First Team .....................................................Bill Andracki .........................................................Alexi Lalas ....................................................Lino DiCuollo ...................................................Rob Johnson Second Team ...........................................................Jeff Zaun 1992 First Team ...................................................Rob Johnson .............................................Rocky Strazzella Second Team ......................................Hamisi Amani-Dove ......................................Brent Longenecker

1993 First Team ......................................Hamisi Amani-Dove .............................................Brian Sentowski ......................................................Kori Hunter Second Team .................................................Alan Branigan ................................................ Todd Deneault ......................................Brent Longenecker ....................................................Pedro Lopes 1994 pLAyER OF THE yEAR ....................................................Pedro Lopes First Team ......................................Hamisi Amani-Dove ...................................................Rob Johnson Honorable Mention ...................................................... Ian Checcio ........................................................Mike Shaw

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rutgErS aNd thE u.S. NatiONaL tEam The tradition of excellence by the Scarlet Knights on the soccer field, while impressive on the collegiate level, does not end there. Numerous Scarlet Knights have made appearances with the U.S. National Team - both in World Cup and Olympic competition - but none are more noteworthy than Alexi Lalas and Peter Vermes. Vermes made his first appearance with the U.S. National Team in 1988, in a match vs. Guatamala, a match which jumpstarted a career of international competition that spanned 10 years and 72 matches as both a forward and a defender. After being named Male Athlete of the Year by U.S. Soccer in 1988 and Olympic Player of the Year for the 1988 Summer Games, Vermes helped the U.S. to a bronze medal in the Five-a-Side Tournament, held in 1989. In 1990, Vermes was bestowed the honor of captain of the U.S. team and enjoyed his finest tour of duty statistically, tallying six goals for 12 points in 14 matches. Vermes continued to play with the team through 1993 and returned to national competition in 1997.

NATIONAL TEAM pLAyERS GUy AbRAHAMSON ...............................U.S. U20 and U21 National Team HAMISI AMANI-DOVE ......................... 1996 U.S. Olympic Team (alternate) .............................................. 1993 U23 National Team bILL ANDRACkI ..............1992 U.S. World University Games Team ART bRINkMANN .................................................1952 U.S. Olympic Team ALAN bRANIGAN .............................................. 1993 U21 National Team LINO DICUOLLO ..............1992 U.S. World University Games Team DILLy DUkA .....................................2009 U.S. U20 National Team ......................................... 2009 U20 World Cup Team DAVID GRIMALDI .................................................1976 U.S. Olympic Team JOSH GROS ................................................2007 U.S. National Team CHRIS kARCZ ...................................................U.S. U20 National Team WES kIRk ...............................U.S. U16 and U18 National Team ALEXI LALAS .........................................1994, 1998 U.S. World Cup .................................. 1992, 1996 U.S. Olympic Team STEVE RAMMEL ................................................1990 U.S. National Team MICHAEL SHAW .....................................1992 U.S. U20 National Team pETER VERMES ................................................1988 U.S. Olympic Team, .......................................... 1990 U.S. World Cup Team

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Lalas developed into one of the most recognizable soccer stars in the world, thanks in large part to his participation in the U.S.-hosted 1994 World Cup. Lalas first joined the National Team in 1990 and played just two games during the 1990 and 1991 seasons. In 1993, Lalas burst onto the scene by scoring the clinching goal in the nation’s 2-0 upset win over England, which carried over into his 1994 season, in which he started all 22 games as one of only five players to play every minute of every match during the World Cup. He continued to play with the U.S. National Team and was with the team in 1998 for his second-consecutive World Cup appearance, establishing himself as one of the world’s best marking backs and one of its most marketable stars, culminating in his selection to U.S. Soccer’s All-Century Team. Vermes and Lalas are just two of the many former RU greats - Bill Andracki, Hamisi Amani-Dove, Steve Rammel - that have begun a reputation for excellence on the global scene. It is a reputation that continues today with current players who will carry the national torch through the next generation. Most recently, Dilly Duka, a 2008 All-BIG EAST selection and member of the Rutgers soccer program (2007-08), earned five caps with the U.S. U20 World Cup Team in 2009. His talent was realized immediately as he tallied a goal and two assists in his first international match, a 3-0 win over Jamaica. In five matches during the qualifying tournament, Duka earned four starts and also helped the United States clinch its berth to the World Cup by converting on his penalty kick in the victory against host nation Trinidad and Tobago. During the World Cup in Cairo, Egypt, Duka earned a start in the 3-0 U.S. win over Cameroon. He assisted on the game’s second goal and added the third score of the match.


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-bBaay, Roelof, 1975 Baba, Paul D., 1952, 53, 54 Bacchaus, Ralph, 1971 Badgley, Bob, 1957, 58, 59 Ballentine, 1943 Ballentine, J., 1947, 48 Banket, Walter J., 1981, 82, 83 Barber, R., 1959 Barbour, A., 1955, 57 Barbour, David Barisic, Tomislav, 2006, 07 Barone, D., 1968 Barrueta, David, 1988, 89, 90 Barton, Stanley, 1949 Beach, Chris, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Bedrosian, George, 1956, 57, 58 Behn, Vaughn, 1941 Bell, R., 1968, 69 Bellinger, Terence L., 1979, 80, 81, 82 Beneville, Wallace, 1950, 51, 52 Benjamin, R., (Mgr), 1950 Berg, J., 1963, 64 Bergen, Boyd, 1940, 41 Bergold, Eric, 1980, 81 Bergstrom, Harry, 1956, 58 Berkowitz, K., 1968, 69 Berman, Matthew, 2011 Berry, P., 1965 Bieker, Stephen, 1985 Bigelow, 1943 Bingham, B., 1966, 68 Birch, Thomas, 2003 Bisgeier, William, 1939 Bishop, Richard (Mgr), 1949 Bliss, Keith, 1982 Blum, 1953 Bock, M., 1968 Bodolosky, Scott, 1977, 78, 79 Bofill, James A., 1975 Bohus, William, 1956, 57, 58 Bonura, Ryan, 2001 Borja, Ramiro, A., 1979, 80 Bourdeau, Nate, 2009, 10, 11 Boutilier, David, 1998, 99, 2000, 02 Bracuhle, Chris, 1985, 86, 88, 89 Braddock, L., 1956 Bradley, R., 1947, 48 Branigan, Alan, 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Braverman, Beatrice (Mgr), 1977 Brewster, Hugh, 1982 Breznitsky, Ryan, 2005, 06, 08

-CCakuza, Phil, 1971 Calafiore, Paul, 2007, 08, 10, 11 Calamia, Beth (Mgr), 1986 Cameron, Sean, 2005, 06 Campbell, P., 1968 Campesi, Joseph, 1969, 71 Carbonara, Glenn, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Carolan, Brian, 1993, 94 Carroll, Josh, 2008, 09 Carstens, Jeffrey, 1989, 90, 91 Carvalho, Alfred, 1981 Casero, J., 1957 Caserta, J., 1954, 55 Castellanos, Sam, 2002-03 Castle, B., 1965, 66 Castle, W., 1963 Cavalier, Michele (Mgr), 1988 Chaberski, G., 1963 Chapin, P., 1968, 69 Chasan, Mark, 1974 Checcio, Ian, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Chelland, Mike, 1998, 99 Cherry, Kenneth, 1974, 75 Chipungu, Stafford, 2007 Chorba, Glenn A., 1976, 77 Chrucky, A., 1964 Cicali, Steven, 1989, 91, 92 Cillo, Anthony, 1951, 52 Clark, W., 1969 Clemeson, John, 1965, 66 Coburn, George, 1939 Coddington, Lyman, 1955, 57 Cohn, 1953 Collum, Peter, 1991, 92 Colt, George Columpar, Charlie, 1960, 61, 62 Commandatore, Angelo, 1986 Compise, Joe, 1970 Congdon, Rich, 1962 Conover, John A., 1952 Conway, Jon 1996, 97, 98, 99 Conway, Scott, 2001, 2003 Cook, A., 1966, 68 Cook, B., 1968 Cooke, Bob, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Corbran, Kenneth J., 1974, 75, 76 Correa, Juan Pablo, 2011 Couzens, M., 1968 Cowell Bob, 1968, 69 Cox, Charlie, 2006, 07, 08, 10 Craig, Everett, 1947, 48, 49

Craig, Robert, 1998 Crane, Peter, 1942 Craney, Russ, 1987 Craven, Benson, 1949, 50 Crowley, Michael, 2006 Cruez, R., 1968, 69 Csirmaz, Peter, 1980, 81, 83 Cuevas, Andrew, 2009, 10, 11 Cugliari, F., 1962, 63, 64 Cushner, H., 1969 Cusick, Robert, 1941 -DD’Ambrose, Emily (mgr.), 2002, 03 Dadetto, J., 1968 Dailey, Brinker, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Dantas, Guilherme, 2008, 09 Darey, P., 1958 Darwin, A., 1968, 69 Davidson, Tim 1997 Day, Osborne, 1940, 41 Deak, Steve, 1979 D’Angelo, Eugene, 1960, 61 DeBoer, Paul,, 1955 deGomar, Ted, 1939, 40, 41 DeHaas, Jan, 1971 DeLangen, Frank, 1955, 56 Deneault, Todd, 1993, ‘94 DelOtero, Edward, 1990, 92 DeMarco, James, 1984, 85, 86, 87 DeMeritt, S., 1956 DeMorat, Joseph, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Denton, James T., 1977 Denton, William S., 1975, 76, 77 DeOrio, Tony, 1986, 87, 88, 89 DeRochi, J., 1955, 58 DiCuollo, Lino, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Diegro, R., 1968 Dierauf, Thomas, 1951, 52 Dietel, 1953 Dietrich, Harry, 1980, 81, 82 Dixon, Blama, 2007 Dmitzah, L., 1965 Dombrowski, Steve, 1984, 85 Donnely, Peggy (Mgr), 1976, 77 Donoho, Joe, 2003 Duka, Dilly, 2007, 08 Dull, R., 1956 Dunmeyer, Herbert W., 1952 Dutkewych, O., 1961, 62 -EEberhardt, R., 1950 Edelstein, Darryl, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Edelstein, Mark, 1986 Edwards, Chris, 2007-10 Edwards, Michael, 1988 Eiker, Ken, 1955, 56, 57 El Bialy, Sherif, 2000, 01, 02 Engle, Ernest, 1939 Erbe, Warren, 1939, 40 Erdman, Steve, 1982 Ermeling, Warren, 1939, 40 Ervin, John, 1940, 41, 42 Espenship, Clark, 1939, 40 Esposito, Robert, 1983, 84, 85, 86 Eze, Kene, 2011 -FFarquharson, R., 1956, 57, 58 Faticoni, Tony, 1992 Fedorschak, Michael L., 1974 Feibush, 1954 Feinstein, Jack, 1971

Feldman, M., 1956, 57 Fenning, M., 1950 Ferrante, Joe, 1991 Ferraro, Rich 1993, ‘94, ‘95 Ferro, Frank, 1960, 61 Fichera, Alex, 2002 Ficken, Charles, 1939, 40 Finn, Jim, 1966 Fischer, Denise (Mgr), 1988 Fishman, Bill, 1971 Fitzgerald, Rory, 2000, 02 Fleckenstein, Robert, 1954, 55 Fleischer, Jeffrey B., 1974 Foreman, J., 1966 Forster, Simon 1996, 97, 98, 99 Fotinopoulos, Peter, 1980 Fowler, P., 1966, 68 Frederick, Christian, 1951, 52, 53 Freisenbruch, Roger, 1958, 59, 60 Freuenzimmer, Robert, 1959, 60 Friel, Matt 1996, 97, 98, 99 Fuller, Steve, 1960, 61, 62 Fusari, Sal, 2008, 09 -GGahagan, Scott, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Gall, Walter, 1942 Gardner, J., 1966, 68 Gateman, Gretchen, 1985 Gauntt, R., 1947, 50 Gauntt, William, 1950, 51 Gaven, Edward G., 1977, 78, 79, 80 Gawron, Jill (Mgr.), 1996, 97, 98 Geis, Jack, 1951 Gernand, F., 1964 Ghosh, Trish (Mgr), 1988 Giannella, Stefania, 1998 Gill, Ravi, 2007 Gillingham, Steve, 1958, 59 Glaser, Gretchen (Mgr), 1984, 85 Glieberman, Paul, 1971 Gold, Hal, 1959 Gold, Stephen, 1993 Goldstein, M., 1964 Gooch, 1953 Goodkind, M., 1963 Goodstadt, Rich, 1963, 64, 65 Goodwin, Rich, 1962, 65 Goon, Raymond, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Gooverts, Edwin, 1969, 71 Gould, Michael 1995, 97, 98 Grande, Vince, 1982, 83 Grannis, P., 1963, 64 Grato, Kyle, 2004-07 Gray, Don, 2001, 02, 03 Gray, T., 1966 Gray, Tom, 2004 Green, D., 1963, 1965 Greenleaf, 1954 Grey, Donald, 2000, 01 Grey, T. 1964 Griessel, R., 1956, 57 Griffith, Richard (Mgr), 1949 Grigorian, Raffi (Mgr), 1984, 88 Grimaldi, John, 1974, 75, 76 Groetz, K., 1959 Gros, Josh, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Gross, 1953 Gross, Anton, 1959 Grubel, Herb, 1957, 58 Gruenwald, Ruben, 1952, 53, 54 Gsell, 1948 Gutierrez, Ginelle (mgr.), 2005

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Vermes, Peter, 1985, 86, 87 Vitetta, Brandee, 1994 VanOekel, Matt, 2005-07 Volk, Mike, 2007 Volz, E., 1955 Volz, J., 1956 Vose, Donald T., Jr., 1949, 50, 51 -W/XWaked, Tino, 2007, 08 Walsh, Billy 1997 Walsh, Mike 1999, 2000 Walker, Charley, 1964, 65, 66 Warren, Franz, 1989, 90, 91, 93 Wasowski, R., 1961, 62 Wayman, C., 1950 Webb, Todd, 2010, 11 Weber, Jacob F., 1979, 80, 82, 83 Weber, Mike, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Weegan, Jim, 1971 Weidling, Brian, 1991 Weilerhand, J., 1965 Weiner, 1943 Weinstein, 1943 Weledniger, D., 1963 Werner, Robert, 1950, 51, 52 Wetter, Harold R., 1952, 54, 55 Weyer, Jacy 1997 Whelan, Tim, 1982 Whitehead, Sid, 1941, 42, 43 Widdowson, Steve, 1994, 95, ‘96, ‘97 Wiener, Richard P., 1977, 78, 79, 80 Wiess, Herb, 1961, 62, 63 Wilcox, 1943 Williams, Rodney, 1976, 78, 79 Wilson, Chris, 2002, 03 Winkler, K., 1965, 66 Winner, J. Michael, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Winner, Robert Winslow, Nye, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Winter, R., 1958 Witt, Janine (Mgr), 1988 Wittcoff, H., 1963 Witzig, Richard S., 1977 Wolf, M., 1950 Wolf, Martin, 1994 Wolf, Richard R., 1977, 78, 79 Wolson, Helene (Mgr), 1982-85 Woodcock, D., 1948, 50 Wooden, Ken, 1956, 57 Wright, J., 1963, 65 Wulf, Henry, 1959 -y/ZYacona, A., 1968 Yeager, David, 1982, 83, 84 Yoon, Kyung (mgr.), 2003 Young, B., 1968, 69 Young, Harold, 1939 Young, Richard A., 1975, 76, 77 Young, Thomas E., 1981, 82 Youssef, John, 1999, 2000 Zacher, Christine, 1995 Zanoni, Gregory, 1980 Zaun, Jeffrey, 1989, 90, 91, 93 Zavala, Mario, 1982, 83 Zea, Tony, 1990, 91, 92 Zelles, G., 1955 Zelles, Rodger A., 1952, 53, 54 Zinderdine, J., 1963, 64 Zinter, Ricky, 2000, 01, 02

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GOALS Individual 3, Kene Eze, Rutgers vs. Adelphi (9/27/11) 3, Josh Gros, Rutgers vs. Providence (9/6/03) 3, Dustin Sheppard, Rutgers vs. FDU (9/19/00) 3, Dennis Ludwig, Rutgers vs. WVU (9/16/00) 3, Jesse Van Saun, St. John’s vs. UNLV (10/6/96) Team Combined

8, Rutgers vs. WVU (9/16/00) 9, Rutgers (5) vs. Penn(4) (10/25/00)

ASSISTS Individual 3, Rocky Strazella (twice), vs. Brown (12/3/93) vs. Notre Dame (9/15/95) 3, Sherif El Bialy, vs. WVU (9/16/00) Team 7, RU vs. West Virginia, (9/16/00) Combined 7 (twice) RU (5) v. ND (2) (9/15/95)

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18, Sean Vliet (St. Joe’s) vs. RU (11/4/94) 22, RU (14) v. Indiana (8) (9/8/95)

SHOTS Individual Team Combined

13, Hamisi Amani-Dove vs. Pitt (11/11/95) 39, RU vs. Monmouth (10/10/01) 46, RU (23), Indiana (23) (11/11/95)


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dr. rOBErt L. BarChi PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY Robert L. Barchi is the 20th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, a position he assumed on September 1, 2012. From 2004 to 2012, Dr. Barchi served as president of Thomas Jefferson University, nationally regarded as a top university dedicated to health sciences education and research. Previously, he was provost and chief academic officer of the University of Pennsylvania, where he had responsibility for Penn’s 12 schools, their academic programs, athletics, students, and faculty. Dr. Barchi began his academic career in 1972 on the Penn faculty. He founded the university’s Department of Neuroscience, was chair of Penn’s Department of Neurology, and for more than a decade was director of its Mahoney Institute of Neurological Sciences. Appointed provost and chief academic officer in 1999, he recruited new leadership for nine of the twelve schools at Penn and established a number of university-wide interdisciplinary educational and research institutes. Dr. Barchi assumed the presidency of Thomas Jefferson University in 2004. Under his leadership, the university grew from three to six schools, including the establishment of the Jefferson School of Pharmacy. During his eight-year presidency, enrollment across Jefferson increased more than 50%, fundraising doubled in spite of the economic downturn, and 22 new endowed professorships and 50 endowed scholarships were established. He also oversaw the transformation of the institution’s urban environment into a vibrant university campus. Throughout his career, Dr. Barchi has been active as a clinical neurologist and as researcher in the fields of neuroscience and neurology. In 1993, he was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences for his work on the structure and function of voltage-gated ion channels. He is also a member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the Association of American Physicians, and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Barchi received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Georgetown University, and Ph.D. and M.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.


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tim PErNEtti DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS A New Jersey native with a strong passion for his alma mater, Tim Pernetti has come full-circle in becoming one of the nation’s youngest leaders in college athletics. A former student-athlete “On the Banks”, Pernetti was named Rutgers’ sixth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on February 26, 2009. He oversees 24 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in New Brunswick, a larger number than fielded at most of the university’s peer institutions. Pernetti has been influential in the world of college athletics since he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass media from Rutgers in 1993, and a master’s degree in communication in 1995. Pernetti’s influence on Rutgers Athletics has been immediate – from the key coaching hires of Mike Rice (men’s basketball), Dan Donigan (men’s soccer) and Brian Brecht (men’s lacrosse) – to securing the first two naming rights partnerships in Rutgers Athletics history. Under his leadership, Rutgers inked a 10-year naming rights deal with High Point Solutions to acquire the naming rights for Rutgers Stadium, along with a 10-year contract with Audi for the Audi Rutgers Club at High Point Solutions Stadium. Both deals have netted the Department of Athletics nearly one million dollars in new revenue to the annual budget. Two other key objectives on Pernetti’s watch were to secure a new food vendor for Rutgers Athletics and secure an all-sports shoe and apparel deal for the department. Pernetti led the charge to bring Sodexo to Rutgers as the exclusive concessionaire and caterer for the Athletics Department. The 10-year agreement will enhance the gameday experience, significantly increase revenues to Athletics, and fund future capital improvements at High Point Solutions Stadium and the RAC. He further directed negotiations with Nike to execute the first-ever all-sports shoe and apparel deal for all 24 sports at Rutgers. The five-year agreement worth approximately $5.2M in equipment and apparel will provide state-ofthe-art apparel for all Rutgers student-athletes. During his introductory press conference, Pernetti spoke about his vision to build a broadband network to deliver hundreds of live events. That promise has blossomed into RVision, powered by ScarletKnights.com, as RVision has streamed hundreds of live events per year, including unprecedented live game coverage for

many of the Scarlet Knights Olympic Sports. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Pernetti was the Executive Vice President, Content, for CBS College Sports Network. In that role, he oversaw the rights and relationship business, on-air talent, and all network programming and content on air, online and across all distribution platforms for the nation’s first company dedicated to college sports. Pernetti helped to build the CBS College Sports Network, previously CSTV, prior to its launch in 2003, and has played a critical role in establishing it as the multi-media leader in college sports programming, content, news and information. He was a recipient of the prestigious Sports Business Journal Forty under Forty Award, and the Multichannel News 40 under 40 Award both in 2008. Charged with developing relationships, acquiring rights and creating multi-platform original programming for the first ever 24-hour sports college sports network, Pernetti successfully navigatedthrough a complicated web of media rights deals to come up with new ways toserve college sports fans. Pernetti worked closely with the NCAA and hundreds of schools in every major conference, securing over 2,500 hours ofevent pro


80 gramming each year and multiple NCAA Championships across 35 men’s and women’s sports. Pernetti was in charge of the CBS College Sports Network exclusive long-term agreements with the US Naval Academy, Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, and the Atlantic 10. Further, he managed company relationships with more than 30 conferences and thousands of institutions. Pernetti remains most proud of establishing a strong relationship in women’s collegiate sports including the establishment of a women’s basketball game of the week package in 2004 with the Big East Conference. In 2006, Pernetti spearheaded a landmark multi-media partnership with the NCAA to make CBS College Sports Network the home of Division II Sports. The innovative deal effectively increased the scope and reach of NCAA Division II sports with hundreds of games now available nationally via the broadcast network and online. Pernetti’s commitment to providing greater exposure to women’s and under-served sports is evidenced by the network’s unprecedented coverage of lacrosse and volleyball, among others. He has also been at the forefront of the development and creation of the Collegiate Nationals, which crowns champions in dozens of high endurance sports, and innovative original production including CBS College Sports Network’s groundbreaking NCAA March Madness Central, NCAA March Madness Highlights on CBS College Sports, and the WIRED franchise which gives viewers an inside look at

games and events through wireless microphones on coaches during game action. Prior to joining CBS College Sports Network, Pernetti served eight years at ABC-TV and ABC Sports most recently as Director of Programming, where he was integral in acquiring, managing and developing several ABC Sports properties including college football, the Bowl Championship Series, and college basketball. For five years, Pernetti handled relationships and negotiated television rights with all of the major collegiate conferences. As a student at Rutgers, Pernetti was a four-year letterwinner at tight end on the Rutgers football squad. He was also the color commentator for Rutgers Football on the Rutgers Football Radio Network and announced weekly NFL games nationally on Sports USA Radio. A resident of Oakland, N.J., Pernetti is married to the former Danielle Bahto. His wife also graduated from Rutgers and was a letterwinner on the women’s lacrosse team. Danielle and Tim are the proud parents of their three children – Max, Conor and Natalie. In his spare time Pernetti is the Commissioner of Oakland (N.J.) Recreation Youth football program, serves on the Board of Directors of the Reed Academy (a school in Oakland serving children with autistic spectrum disorder), and has been named a member of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee for Community Engagement.

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

Jason baum Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/ Communications

brian Colvin Associate Director of Athletics/ Finance & Administration

Doug Fillis Associate Director of Athletics/ Development

kathleen Hickey Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Douglas kokoskie Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/ Operations

Jason kroll Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/ External Affairs

Dr. Robert Monaco Associate Director of Athletics/ Sports Medicine

Nick Ojea Associate Director of Athletics/ Compliance

Janine purcaro Chief Financial Officer for Intercollegiate Athletics

kathleen Shank Director of Academic Support Services for Student Services

John Ternyila Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/Finance

Shawn Tucker Assistant Director of Athletics/ Student-Athlete Development


81 A BRIEF HISTORY Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is one of the leading universities in the nation. The university is comprised of 28 degree-granting divisions; 10 undergraduate colleges, 10 graduate schools, and eight schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Six are located in Camden, eight in Newark, and 13 in New Brunswick and one in Newark and New Brunswick. Rutgers has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies, the school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 with a handful of first-year students. During its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey in 1864, resulting in the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School, featuring departments of agriculture, engineering, and chemistry. Further expansion in the sciences came with the founding of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in 1880, the College of Engineering (now the School of Engineering) in 1914, and the College of Agriculture (now the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) in 1921. The precursors to several other Rutgers divisions were also established during this period: the College of Pharmacy (now the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy) in 1892, the New Jersey College for Women (now Douglass Residential College, part of the School of Arts and Sciences) in 1918, and the School of Education (now Graduate School of Education) in 1924. In 1924, Rutgers College officially became Rutgers University; a reflection of the institution’s rapidly expanding number of schools and academic programs. Early in the century, Rutgers had begun offering educational opportunities to women when the New Jersey College for Women was founded in 1918, and to adult learners when University College, an evening division, was established in 1934. After World War II, enrollment exploded as Rutgers admitted all qualified candidates under the GI Bill. Rutgers was becoming an institution for all people, and in 1945 and 1956, state legislative acts formally designated Rutgers as The State University of New Jersey. A flurry of expansion ensued. The University of Newark (now Rutgers–Newark) joined Rutgers in 1946, followed by the College of South Jersey (now Rutgers–Camden) in 1950. An ambitious building program added libraries, classrooms, and student housing across the three regional campuses. In 1969, Livingston College opened, providing a co-educational residential experience with a special commitment to diversity. Graduate education in the arts and sciences grew through the establishment of the Graduate School–New Brunswick, the Graduate School–Newark, and the Graduate School–Camden. Professional schools were formed to serve students in the fields of business; communication, information, and library studies; criminal justice; education; fine arts; law; management and labor relations; nursing; planning and public policy; psychology; public affairs and administration; and social work. Meanwhile, as industry and government sought partners in solving problems and advancing knowledge, the concept of the research university emerged. In 1981, Rutgers adopted a blueprint for its transformation into a major public research university. With increased support from state, federal, and corporate partners, Rutgers’ strength in research grew dramatically. In 1989, in recognition of its enhanced stature, Rutgers was invited to join the prestigious Association of American Universities, an organization comprising the top 61 research universities in North America. Today, professors and students work in more than 200 specialized research centers, unraveling mysteries in marine sciences, early childhood education, neuroscience, advanced materials, climate change, nutrition, homeland security, transportation, stem cells, and many other areas that can improve life both in New Jersey and around the world. A 2007 major reorganization of undergraduate education in New Brunswick reinvigorated the undergraduate experience for both students and faculty by combining the traditions and strengths of four undergraduate liberal arts colleges—Douglass, Livingston, Rutgers, and University—into a single School of Arts and Sciences. With 28 schools and colleges, Rutgers offers more than 100 undergraduate majors and more than 180 graduate and professional degree programs. The university graduated more than 13,000 students last year, and has more than 400,000 living alumni residing in all 50 states and on six continents. Rutgers also sponsors community initiatives in all 21 New Jersey counties. Universitywide, new degree programs, research endeavors, and community outreach are in development to meet the demands of the 21st century. Today, Rutgers continues to grow, both in its facilities and in the variety and depth of its educational and research programs. The university’s goals for the future include the continued provision of the highest quality education, along with the increased support of research and commitment to public service to meet the needs of society.

RUTGERS AT A GLANCE • Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest college in the nation. • Rutgers was designated The State University of New Jersey by legislative acts in 1945 and 1956. • Rutgers is New Jersey’s largest public research university and is located on three regional campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/ Piscataway. • Rutgers was named New Jersey’s land-grant university in 1864 and has a special responsibility for serving the needs of the state. • Rutgers is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), a highly selective organization comprised of the 61 leading research universities in North America.


82 • There are 28 degree-granting schools and colleges, offering more than 270 total bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral and professional degree programs. • Rutgers is one of New Jersey’s major employers with more than 13,000 full-time faculty and staff (full- and part-time). • For every dollar New Jersey invests in Rutgers, the university channels $6 into the state’s economy. The University’s 2009 economic impact report showed that Rutgers and its faculty, staff, students and visitors channel $3.8 billion in direct and indirect spending into the state economy – more than six times the state’s $595.3 million investment in the university. • With holdings of more than 3.6 million volumes, the Rutgers library system ranks among the nation’s largest. • Rutgers enrolls more than 58,000 students, including more than 43,000 undergraduates and 14,000 graduate students. • More than 13,000 students earned a degree from Rutgers in the 2011-2012 academic year. • The university has more than 400,000 living alumni; 200,000 alumni reside in New Jersey. • In 2008, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education reaccredited Rutgers for the next 10 years.

TEACHING AND LEARNING • Rutgers faculty include an Abel Prize winner, Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, members of the American Academy of Arts and Science, fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a National Endowment for the Arts “Jazz Master” and winners of many other prestigious awards and grants. • Rutgers History Professor Annette Gordon-Reed was awarded the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in history for her landmark work, The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W. W. Norton, 2008). • The graduate philosophy department is ranked third in the English-speaking world by the Philosophical Gourmet Report. • Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick (RBS) is uniquely positioned at the epicenter of global business – just under 20 minutes from New York City – giving students easy access to leading global corporations to build lasting relationships. RBS delivers cutting-edge curricula that combine the mix of business and science required by today’s employers. • RBS is consistently ranked as the top business school in New Jersey and among the top three in the Greater New York Metropolitan area. The Executive MBA is ranked 24th in the U.S. by The Financial Times and the Master of Quantitative Finance is among the top 10 programs nationally, as ranked by Wall Street executives. The MBA program was ranked 30th in the country for the employment rate of its graduates three months after graduation by U.S. News & World Report. To meet rising demand, a new on-year MBA track was created for students with advanced standing. • In Newark, the business school resides in a new state-of-the-art building which opened in 2009. In New Brunswick, a new building will open in 2013 as the center of a new Livingston Professional Campus, accommodating the massive growth in the new four-year undergraduate program. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is ranked third among the nation’s top graduate programs in urban planning according to a survey by Planetizen, a Los Angeles-based planning and development network.

RESEARCH • Streptomycin, the first effective cure for tuberculosis, and other potent antibiotics were discovered at Rutgers by Professor Selman Waksman and his students in the 1940s. Waksman received the Nobel Prize for his important contributions to medicine. • The Rutgers Stem Cell Research Center, part of the Division of Life Sciences of the School of Arts and Sciences, is located in Nelson Laboratories on the New Brunswick campus where its mission is to support research with human embryonic stem cells for Rutgers University researchers and collaborators. • The Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository is a valuable resource for researchers around the world studying the role heredity plays in such complex genetic diseases as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, diabetes, and Tourette’s syndrome. • The Protein Data Bank, based at Rutgers, is the international repository of three-dimensional protein structures. With $30 million in federal funding, the data bank provides vital information on more than 82,500 proteins and other macromolecules for scientists working to design more effective treatments for disease. • Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences ranks fourth among the top oceanographic research institutions in the world, according to a recent poll conducted by Thomson Reuters. • The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the only public pharmacy school in New Jersey and one of the top institutions of its kind in the nation, ranks in the top 15 percent among pharmacy schools nationwide in research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health with $7.6 million of funding awarded to the school in 2009. • Rutgers holds more than 600 United States patents, half of which have been issued in the last decade. To date over 80 start-up companies have been created based on Rutgers technologies; three-quarters of these are New Jersey - based. • Rutgers is a partner in the Southern African Large Telescope, one of the world’s largest optical telescopes and the southern hemisphere’s newest eyeon-the-sky.

SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY • Rutgers’ Center for Government Services trains New Jersey’s municipal employees to better serve their constituents and trains approximately 20,000 annually through 16 separate programs and 600 courses. • Rutgers Continuing Education offers more than 4,000 course sections with 120,000 annual enrollments. Courses are offered in every county in New Jersey. • The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers is the state’s official weather resource. • Each year on a single Saturday in the spring, Rutgers opens its doors to the world for “Rutgers Day.” More than 250,000 people have visited the five New Brunswick campuses during the event the last four years to celebrate the institution’s three-part mission of teaching, research and service. “Rutgers Day,” which made its debut in 2009, is an expansion of the successful annual New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day programs.


83 SERVICE TO THE NATION • Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station has offices in all 21 New Jersey counties and serves the residents of the state through research, education and service programs that run the gamut from 4-H Youth Development to family and community health. Research from the Experiment Station has led to renowned Jersey tomatoes, disease-resistant dogwoods, improved coastline management, new forms of mosquito control and world-famous turfgrass varieties that have been used everywhere from the new Yankee Stadium to the Augusta National Golf Club. • Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences builds on a tradition of hands-on learning and research excellence in areas that cover the biological spectrum from organisms to ecosystems. Students and researchers alike are dedicated to finding solutions to the problems that most concern our state’s residents, particularly in the areas of environmental sustainability, alternative energy, food, health and nutrition. • Such nationally respected institutes at Rutgers, including the National Transit Institute, the National Institute for Early Education Research and the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, are helping to shape national and state policy in critical areas. • Rutgers is the nation’s primary source for anti-terror security training for public transit workers. • In April of 2009, Rutgers was selected by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to co-lead a new DHS Center of Excellence in Command, Control, and Interoperability (CCI) to conduct research into the technological issues involved with maintaining homeland security. It is one of 12 DHS Centers of Excellence in the nation. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy’s National Transit Institute is one of seven academic institutions around the nation that comprise a National Transportation Security Center of Excellence. • Most meals ready to eat (MREs) manufactured for our nation’s troops are produced using Rutgers-developed technology. • The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center is a pioneer in developing effective methods to help autistic children.

RUTGERS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Robert L. Barchi, Ph.D., President Richard Edwards, Ph.D., Interim Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Jonathan R. Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel Bruce C. Fehn, B.S., C.P.A., Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration David L. Finegold, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Lifelong Learning and Strategic Growth Initiatives Gregory S. Blimling, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs Leslie A. Fehrenbach, B.S., Secretary of the University Carol P. Herring, B.A., President for Rutgers University Foundation; Executive Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Peter J. McDonough Jr., B.A., Vice President for Public Affairs Kim Manning, M.B.A., Vice President for University Relations Courtney O. McAnuff, M.P.A., Vice President for Enrollment Management Michael J. Pazzani, Ph.D., Vice President for Research and Economic Development Tim Pernetti, M.C.I.S., Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wendell E. Pritchett, Ph.D., J.D., Chancellor, Rutgers–Camden Barry V. Qualls, Ph.D., Vice President for Undergraduate Education Donna Thornton, M.P.A., Vice President for Alumni Relations Nancy S. Winterbauer, Ed.D., Vice President for University Budgeting Philip L. Yeagle, Ph.D., Interim Chancellor, Rutgers–Newark

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2012-13 Ralph Izzo, Chair Gerald C. Harvey, Vice Chair Robert L. Barchi, ex officio Anthony J. DePetris Mark P. Hershhorn M. William Howard, Jr. Gordon A. MacInnes Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. John F. Russo, Sr. Kenneth M. Schmidt Daniel H. Schulman Candace L. Straight

Paul Panayotatos, Faculty Representative Samuel Rabinowitz, Faculty Representative Joseph T. Cashin, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Mary Claire Brennan, Assistant Secretary

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2012-13 Dudley H. Rivers, Jr., Chair Margaret T. Derrick, Vice Chair Dorothy W. Cantor, Vice Chair Robert L. Barchi, ex officio Sol J. Barer Felix M. Beck, Emeritus Gregory Bender Andrew S. Berns William E. Best Joan L. Bildner, Emerita Michael A. Bogdonoff Floyd H. Bragg, Emeritus Gregory Q. Brown Dominick J. Burzichelli John Herbert Carman, Emeritus Peter Cartmell, Emeritus Kevin J. Collins, Emeritus Hollis A. Copeland Steven M. Darien Marisa A. Dietrich Carleton C. Dilatush, Emeritus James F. Dougherty Robert P. Eichert, Emeritus Evelyn S. Field, Emerita Lora L. Fong Jeanne M. Fox, Emerita John R. Futey Albert R. Gamper, Jr. Ronald J. Garutti Ronald W. Giaconia, Emeritus Rochelle Gizinski, Emerita Evangeline Gomez

Leslie E. Goodman, Emeritus Joyce W. Harley M. Wilma Harris John A. Hendricks Robert A. Hering Mark P. Hershhorn Carleton A. Holstrom, Emeritus M. William Howard, Jr. John D. Hugelmeyer Frank B. Hundley Ralph Izzo Paul B. Jennings, Emeritus Nimesh S. Jhaveri Roberta Kanarick Tilak Lal Walter L. Leib, Emeritus Richard A. Levao, Emeritus Jennifer Lewis-Hall Christine M. Lomiguen Debra Ann Lynch Gordon A. MacInnes Duncan L. MacMillan Rashida Y. V. MacMurray Iris Martinez-Campbell Carol Ann Monroe Robert E. Mortensen Patricia Nachtigal, Emerita Gene O’Hara, Emeritus John A. O’Malley Dean J. Paranicas, Emeritus Jose A. Piazza Sidney Rabinowitz

George A. Rears Norman Reitman, Emeritus Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. Alejandro Roman John F. Russo, Sr. Louis A. Sapirman Kenneth M. Schmidt Richard H. Shindell Susan Stabile Dorothy M. Stanaitis, Emerita Robert L. Stevenson Sandy J. Stewart Candace L. Straight Heather C. Taylor Anne M. Thomas, Emerita Michael R. Tuosto, Emeritus Laurel A. Van Leer Lucas J. Visconti Martha A. Cotter, Faculty Representative Menahem Spiegel, Faculty Representative Katherine Rose E. Yabut, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Mary Claire Brennan, Assistant Secretary


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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has produced numerous alumni who have achieved high levels of success in their chosen fields. All told, Rutgers has over 400,000 living alumni around the world, more than 200,000 of whom presently live in New Jersey. 2012 INDUCTEES

Dennis M. bone, RbS’84, President of the newly organized Verizon New Jersey in 2000. Guided Verizon through a decade of progressive change, including the launch of an advanced fiberoptic network (FiOS) that revolutionized telecommunications in New Jersey and nationwide. brigadier General Flora D. Darpino, CLAW’86, In 2003,lead the rebuilding of Iraq’s legal system from the ground up during her first of two tours of duty. Darpino’s brave leadership and legal prowess helped to lay the foundation for the people of Iraq to begin transforming their nation. George C. Hill, CCAS’61, A renowned researcher in the field of molecular biology and biochemistry of African trypanosomiasis, or “African sleeping sickness,” Hill and his laboratory colleagues were the first to grow in culture the disease’s causative agent. This opened the door for expanded research that led to life-saving drug discoveries. kathryn L. Holloway, CCAS’80, neurosurgery pioneer broke ground in medicine by developing a new approach to deep brain stimulation (DBS), which treats Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. David E. Schuller RC’66, Oncologist who is internationally renowned for his lifesaving developments in treating cancers of the head and neck. He chaired the research leadership team that changed the standard of care for the second most common malignancy in the world, nearly doubling survival rates.

PREVIOUS INDUCTEES

Judge Abraham Abuchowski, CCAS ’70, GSNb ’75, Created drugs to treat childhood diseases and later founded Enzon, Inc. (2002) Roger G. Ackerman, Eng ’60, GSNb ’62, Corning visionary who specialized fiberoptics for internet systems. (2001) Martin Agronsky, RC ’36, Distinguished Journalist; Emmy Winner. He died in 1999 at age 84. (1995) phillip Alampi, Ag ’34,GSE ’45, NJ Secretary of Agriculture. He earned 146 awards, including an honorary doctorate from Rutgers in 1969. He died in 1992 at age 79. (1994) Walter G. Alexander II, COE ‘43, The first black man to graduate from the College of Engineering in 1943 and the first black man to be appointed to New Jersey’s State Board of Dentistry in 1972. (2009) Adrienne Scotchbrook Anderson, DC ’45, LHD ’91, Engineer; Chair, Board of Governors (1993) Richard L. Aregood, CCAS ’65, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist (1993) Jerome Aresty, RC ‘51, Developed Alfred Dunner Inc, a major sportswear firm in 1964. The company rose to the top of the fashion industry and currently has annual sales of nearly $100 million. Aresty has since retired from the business and concentrates his efforts on supporting several philanthropic organizations; chief among them is Rutgers. The state-of-the-art Aresty Amphitheater at Rutgers Stadium a prime example of his generosity. He passed away on June 5, 2009. (2007) Richard H. Askin Jr., RC ‘69, Askin served as chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, also served as president and CEO of Tribune Entertainment Company. (2008) Alice Aycock, DC ’68, Fine Arts Professor, Sculptor, Awarded National Endowment for the Arts (1993) Margaret C. Ayers, DC ’63, Philanthropist, activist, Executive Director of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. (1998) Mary L. baglivo, RC ‘79, CEO and chair of the Americas at Saatchi & Saatchi, she has a seat on the Worldwide Executive Board and is responsible for the largest agency within the global network as well as Saatchi’s Latin American and Canadian regions. member of the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement and the 2007 Woman of the Year title by Advertising Women of New York. She sits on the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, serving as chair of The Rutgers Fund. She also supports the Mary L. Baglivo Scholarship in the School of Communications, Information and Library Studies. (2008) Charles bailey, RC ’30, Heart Surgeon who developed new instruments for heart surgery. Passed away in 1993. (1991) Sol J. barer, Graduate School-Nb ‘74, Served as Celgene Corporation’s chairman and CEO. (2008) Harland Bartholomew, Eng ’1911, City planner. President of Harland Bartholomew & Associates. He died in December 1989, a few months after his 100th birthday. (1998) Mario F. batali, RC ’82, Highly-regarded chef with 14 restaurants, eight cookbooks, popular television programs, and

MARIO BATALI CELEBRITY CHEF philanthropy. (2004) Julia baxter-bates, DC ’38, Civil rights activist, the first AfricanAmerican student admitted to Douglass College and was a Research Director for New York NAACP (1996). Died in 2003. Fannie bear besser, NLaw ’20, Lawyer. Earned the governor’s Alice Paul Humanitarian Award for professional performance that in 1989, She died in 1992. (1992) Felix M. beck, Sb ’49, GSM ’53, President of the Mortgage Bankers of America in 1983 and 1984. He also served as chair and CEO of Margaretten Financial Corporation and Margretten & Company, Inc. (1998) Elise biorn-Hansen boulding, DC ’40, Sociologist, peace scholar, and activist, Nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. (1994) Samuel G. Blackman, RC ’27, GSNB ’30, AP Journalist who broke Lindbergh kidnapping story. Retired in 1969 to direct the American Press Institute. He passed away in 1995. (1997) Elizabeth blume-Silverstein, NLaw, 1911, Member of the first graduating class of Rutgers School of Law-Newark. She Died in 1991. (2001) F. Herbert bormann, Ag ’48, Renowned Ecologist and past president of the Ecological Society of America and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Science. (1988) Douglas p. boyd GSNb ’68, CEO of TeleSecurity Sciences Inc. and the holder of 13 U.S. patents. (2010) Joseph p. bradley, RC 1836, President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1870, where he served until his death in 1892. (1991) Floyd H. bragg, RC ’36, Chairman, He served as chair of Rutgers’ Board of Governors and of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, as well as president of the Rutgers Alumni Association. (1991) philip Milledoler brett, RC 1892, New York City Lawyer and former Rutgers President from 1930-1932. Died in 1960 at the age of 89. (1998) Leonie Milhomme brinkema, DC ‘66, SCILS ’70, Legal professional who led the conviction of three men who were directly involved in the attacks on Sept. 11. (2004) Avery F. brooks, LC ’73, MGSA ’75, Actor, Director, Teacher. starred as Captain Sisko, the main character in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Awarded William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theater in 2007. (1993) Charles H. brower, RC ’25, CEO, BBD&O; Chair, Board of Governors. He was inducted into the American Advertising Federation’s Hall of Fame in 1981. Passed away in 1984. (1993) Arthur R. brown, Jr. GSNb ’77, Gov. Tom Kean named him New Jersey’s Secretary of Agriculture in 1982. (2002) Greg brown LC’82, Co-CEO of Motorola Inc. and chief executive officer of Motorola’s Broadband Mobility Solutions business. (2010) Lester R. brown, Ag ’55, Global Environmentalist and joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1959. Founder and president of Earth Policy Institute. Former President World Watch. (1995) Wayne R. bryant, CLAW ‘72, Former New Jersey state senator (1995-2008) and Attorney (2005) Frank R. burns, Ed ’49, GSE ’64, Former Head Football Coach. Inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame in 1989. (1993) Ruth Ann burns, DC ’67, GSNb ’75, Former vice president and director of Educational Resource Center for Thirteen/ WNET. (1989) John J. byrne, Jr., RC ’54, Chairman & CEO of Fund American Enterprises, Inc.; Former Chairman & CEO of GEICO Corporation. (1996)

William T. Cahill, CLaw ’37, New Jersey Governor. He died in 1996. (1990) patricia Smith Campbell,DC ’63, Research scientist with ALZA, pioneered the development of the technologies that allow treatments by using adhesive patches to deliver a controlled dose of medicine through the skin. (2004) Dorothy W. Cantor, Graduate School of App ‘76, Became the first person with a Psy.D. degree and the first woman clinician to lead the American Psychological Association. Served as president of the American Psychological Foundation since 2001. (2009) James Dickson Carr, RC 1892, Lawyer; First African-American Graduate. Died in 1920. (1991) Clifford p. Case, RC ’25, Former Congressmen and U.S. Senator. Passed away in 1982 (1988) Ida L. Castro, GSNb ’78, NLaw ’82, Chairwoman of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, She became the first Latina commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Personnel in 2002, a position she held until 2007. (1999). Stanley F. Cherrie, RC ‘64, A member of the Rutgers baseball and football teams who went on to become an officer in the U.S. Army where he rose to brigadier general and had two assignments in Vietnam. Earned the Distinguished Superior Service Medal before he retired from the U.S. Army in April 1998. (2007) Deron L. Cherry, Cook ’81, Former football great, business entrepreneur, Co-owner NFL football team. Inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame in 1993. (2000) Jay Chiat, Educ ’53, Influential advertising giant, a trailblazer whose creative genius revolutionized his industry. (2000) Carol Teda Christ, DC ‘66, Tenth president of Smith College, one of the largest women’s colleges in the nation. She was inducted into the Douglass Society in 2001. Died in April 2002. (2003) John p. Clum, RC 1874, American frontiersman, was acting governor of New Mexico territory. Died in 1932. (1996) Stanley N. Cohen, RC ’56, Geneticist and author, He was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his DNA research and received National Medal of Science in 1986 from President Reagan. (1994) barbara bell Coleman, Newark College of Arts and Sciences ’74, Former President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark. (2004) kevin J. Collins, NLaw ’64, Attorney, investment banking authority. He has served as chair of the Rutgers Board of Governors and Board of Trustees, and the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (1998) David L. Cowen, RC ’30, GSNb ’31, Pharmaceutical Historian and former chairmen at the Council of the Institute of Pharmacy. Passed away in 2006. (1992) Spencer R. Crew, GSNb p73, ’79, Executive director and CEO of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. (2003) James Cullen, RC ’64, Business executive and former president of Bell Atlantic Enterprises, New Jersey Bell, and the Bell Atlantic Corporation. (2002) Robert Curvin, NCAS ’60, SSW ’67, Served as President of Greentree Foundation. (1995) James Cusumano RC’64, GSNb’68, Chairman of Chateau Mcely, an award-winning hotel and retreat center, as well as founder of Chateau Wally Films and Catalytica Inc. kristin Davis Mason Gross ‘87, Became a household name for her portrayal of Charlotte York in Sex and the City, the HBO series. Won or were nominated for numerous awards. (2009) William H.S. Demarest, RC 1883, Rutgers University President. Died in 1956. (1992)

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ACTRESS CALISTA FLOCKHART Simeon DeWitt, RC 1776, George Washington’s Chief Geographer. Died in 1834. (1995) Junot Díaz RC’92, Writer whose 2007 novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, won a Pulitzer Prize, National Book Critics Circle Award, and Dayton Literary Peace Prize. (2010) Robert A. Druskin, RC ’69, Former COO of Citigroup Inc. Now Chairman of E*Trade Financial Corporation. Established the Harriett and Robert Druskin Endowed Scholarship in 2001, which aids students who face financial challenges. He received the 2001-02 Rutgers University Medal for Philanthropic Excellence. Member of the Board of Trustees. (2007) Rene J. Dubos, GSNb ’27, Bacteriologist; Environmentalist. Wrote 20 books, including So Human An Animal, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction in 1969. Died in 1982. (1992) Alfred A. Edmond Jr. RC’83, Editor-in-chief of BlackEnterprise. com, senior vice president of Earl G. Graves Publishing Co. Inc., and a member of the Black Enterprise editorial board. (2010) Janet Evanovich, DC ’65, Author of the popular comedy-crime novels featuring bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, on the New York Times best-selling list. (2002) Mark Fields RC’83, Executive vice president of Ford Motor Company, Ford’s president of The Americas, and a respected visionary in the automobile industry Calista Flockhart, MGSA ’88, Became a household name, having starred for five years in the highly rated television show Ally McBeal. Won the 1998 Golden Globe award and a 1999 Emmy for outstanding comedy series. Stars on ABC drama Brothers and Sisters. (2003) Jim Florio, CLaw ’67, Former Congressmen, New Jersey Governor and chair of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. (1995) Sharon A. Fordham, DC ’75, CEO of WeightWatchers.com, Inc. (2003) Jeanne M. Fox, DC ’75, CLaw ’79, Environmentalist, Feminist, former president of the state’s Board of Public Utilities who serves as Commissioner. Former Regional Administrator for U.S. EPA. (1997) Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, RC 1836, Senator, U.S. Secretary of State. Died in 1885 (1990) Milton Friedman, RC ’32, Economist and he won the Nobel Prize for economics in 1976. Passed away in 2006. (1987) C. Reed Funk, GSNb ’62, Joined Cook College as an instructor in 1956 and led one of the world’s most productive turf grassbreeding programs for 34 years. Inducted into inventors Hall of Fame, recipient of US Department of Agriculture’s Distinguished Service Award for Agricultural Research. (2002) Albert R. Gamper, Jr., UCN ’66, President and CEO of The CIT Group until 2004, charter member of the Rutgers Board of Trustees, a member of the Board of Governors and the Board Overseers. (1999) James J. Gandolfini, RC ’83, Starred in the Emmy-award winning HBO series, the Sopranos which earned him numerous Emmy, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe awards and nominations. (2004) Ronald W. Giaconia, RC ‘58, Retired president of Giaconia Life Associates, Inc. A former baseball player who created the Ron and Toni Giaconia Endowed Scholarship for Rutgers baseball players. His various philanthropic efforts earned him the Silver Keystone Award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He was also the former chair of the university’s Board of Trustees and vice chair of the Board of Governors. He received a Meritorious Service Award in 1993 and a Loyal Sons of Rutgers Award in 1998. (2007) Louis Gluck, RC ‘48, Considered the father of Neonatology. Died in 1997. (2005) Arthur M. Goldberg, RC ’63, Former President & CEO of Park Place Entertainment Corp., Bally Total Fitness Holding Corp. and chairman of DeGiorgio Company. Goldberg died in 2000. (1999) bernard R. Goldberg, RC ‘67, Author, Television journalist, Real Sports with Bryan Gumbel. Has won a total of eight Emmy awards. (2005) Matthew Golombek, RC ’76, Geologist, senior research scientist at NASA. (1998) Michael Gottlieb, MD, RC ’69, Co-founder of the American Foun-

dation for AIDS Research. He received Lifetime Science Award from Center for Study of Immunology and Aging. (1996) William Elliot Griffis, RC 1869, Educator, Targum Founder. Died in 1928. (1990) Jean Coughlan Griswold, DC ’52, GSE ’56, Founder & CEO, Special Care, Inc. (1995) Richard M. Hale, AG ’44, GSNb ’48, Industrialist, Community Leader, Chairman & CEO of Halecrest Company. Served as president of New Jersey Aggregates Association and founded New Jersey Alliance for Action. Died in 2004. (1997) Elizabeth Cavanna Harrison, DC ’29, Author of more than 80 books. Harrison died in 2001 at age 92. (1990) Terry Hart, GSNb ’78, Astronaut, awarded National Defense medal. (1994) Douglas R. Heir, CLaw ’85, Lawyer, Writer. One of the world’s greatest wheelchair athletes, he has won more than 300 gold medals. (1987) John J. Heldrich, UCNb ’50, Former member of Executive Committee & Board of Directors, Johnson & Johnson. (1995) George William Hill, RC 1859, World-renowned astronomer in celestial mechanics. Received gold medal from the Royal Astronomical Society of London in 1887 and the Damoiscan Prize of the Paris Academy of Sciences. Died in 1914. (1996) Washington C. Hill, CCAS ‘61, One of the foremost perinatologists in the world and a leading expert on maternal-fetal medicine. Chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology and director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Florida. (2006) Garret A. Hobart, RC 1863, U.S. Vice President. Died in 1899 (1990) Arthur J. Holland, UCNb ’54, GSNb ’59, Mayor of Trenton for 26 years. Died in 1989. (1990) Richard J. Hughes, NLaw ’31, New Jersey Governor. Served as assistant U.S. attorney for the District of New Jersey, and as a judge on the Mercer County Court Bench, the state Superior Court, and later in the state Appellate Division. Died in 1992. (1987) William J. Hughes, RC ’55, CLaw ’58, Former Democratic Congressman and ambassador to Panama (1995-1998). (1997) Mir A. Imran, SOE ‘77, Renowned scientist and prolific inventor who developed the world’s first automatic implantable defibrillator, a device that has saved more than two million lives since 1981. He is also the founder and CEO of InCube Laboratories, Inc. (2009) Jerry Izenberg, NCAS ’52, Sports Writer, Newark Star-Ledger. A member of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. Emmy Award winner for producing “A Man Named Lombardi” (1991) Ralph Izzo, business School ‘02, Ralph Izzo has been chairman, president, and CEO of PSEG (Public Service Enterprise Group) since 2007. In 2007, NJBIZ named PSEG New Jersey Corporation of the Year for its financial stability, leadership on environmental issues, and commitment to the state. (2009) Jack H. Jacobs, RC ’66, GSNb ’72, Col. Jack Jacobs, who entered military service through Rutgers ROTC, earned the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1969, the nation’s highest military award, for exceptional heroism on the battlefields of Vietnam. He also holds three Bronze Stars and two Silver Stars. Herb Jaffe, NCAS ’54, Former Legal Affairs Editor, Newark StarLedger. He is a two-time winner of the American Bar Association’s Certificate of Merit in Journalism. (1991) paul “pete” Jennings, RC ’45, Cardiologist, educator, author. (1998) Edward M. Jordan, LC ’77, National Basketball Association Player, Coach. Former coach of the NBA’s Washington Wizards and Philadelphia 76ers. (2004) Samuel b. Judah, RC 1816, First Jewish graduate of Rutgers. He served as Speaker of the House from 1840–41. President Andrew Jackson appointed him U.S. District Attorney for Indiana in 1829, a position he held until 1833. Died in 1869. (199 Robert E. kelley, Ed ’56, Lieutenant General of the U.S. Air Force, Vietnam War hero, co-captained the football team, was All-American in lacrosse, and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. (1999) James p. kelly, UCN ’73, Retired Chairman and CEO for United Parcel Service. (2001) Ricardo M. khan, RC ’73, MGSA ’77, Founder/ Director of Crossroads Theatre. (1992) Alfred J. kilmer, RC ’08, Heroic World War I soldier-poet, he left a rich legacy of books and poetry, the most famous, “Trees”. On July 30, 1918 he was killed in action. (2000) William English kirwan II GSNb, ‘62, ’64, Former President of Ohio State University and the University of Maryland. (2000) David Lloyd kreeger, RC ’29, Lawyer, Art Collector. Purchased and built Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO) in 1948. Died in 1990. (1988) Alfred C. koeppe, NCAS ’69, Served as president and CEO of New Jersey Bell and retired in 2003 as president and COO of The Public Service Electric & Gas Co. President and CEO of Newark Alliance. (2003)

Frederick J. kroesen, RC ’44, CC ’80, LHD ’84, Four-Star General, Commander NATO European Forces until 1983. Currently chairman of the Board of Military Professional Resources, Inc. Vice president of the American Security Council Foundation. (1993) Alexander S. kroll, RC ’62, Retired Chairman & CEO of Young & Rubicam, Inc., Henry Rutgers scholar & All-American football player. He was inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame, the national College Football Hall of Fame, and the American Advertising Federation’s Hall of Fame. (1996) barbara J. krumsiek, DC ’74, Resident, CEO, and vice chair of the Calvert Group, Ltd. (2000) Irwin M. Lachman, School of Engineering ‘52, Member of a research team at Corning Glass Works (now Corning Inc.), Received the 2003 National Medal of Technology and was also inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2002. (2007) Clifton R. Lacy, Livingston College ’75, Former senior vice president for medical affairs and chief of staff at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. In 2004, Lacy was named president and CEO of RWJ University Hospital and in 2006, he left that position to develop and direct the new Institute for Disaster and Terror Medicine UMDNJ-RWJ Medical School and RWJ University Hospital. (2004) Louis Lasagna, RC ’43, Acknowledged as the “father of clinical pharmacology.” His 1954 paper on the placebo response was cited by The Lancet as one of the landmark papers of the twentieth century. Died in 2003. (2002) Jaynee La Vecchia, DC ’76, NLaw ’79, New Jersey Supreme Court Justice, recipient of NJ Women Achievement Award and Frannie Bear Besser Award for Public Service. (2001) Laurance Leeds, School of Eng. ‘34, Integral the introduction of television on a mass scale and the use of radar during World War II. Died in 1997. (2006) Irwin Lerner, Sb ’51, GSM ’58, Served as President and CEO of Hoffmann-LaRoche during. Oversaw passage of the landmark Prescription Drug User Fee legislation. (2000) Gerald H. Lipkin, NCAS ‘63, CEO of Valley National. Chairman and president of the bank’s board of directors. (2006) Edward V. Lipman, Ag ’33, GSNb ’39, Corporate Board of Directors, Ocean Spray. Died in 1998. (1995) Jacob G. Lipman, RC 1898, Dean, College of Agriculture, Director of N.J. Agricultural Experiment Station. Died in 1939. (1992) Robert E. Lloyd, RC ‘67, Prominent figure in Rutgers basketball history, having led the team to its first post-season appearance in 1967 while being named the school’s first All-American. A member of the Rutgers Basketball Hall of Fame and his was the first jersey retired by the university. CEO of several software companies, retiring in 1996 to devote more time to The V Foundation for Cancer Research, of which he has been chairman since its inception in 1993. The V Foundation, which has raised more than $70 million and awarded research grants in 37 states and the District of Columbia, was established by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano RC’67—Lloyd’s roommate, teammate, and friend—to support “the brilliant researchers that will eventually find cures for cancer.” Prior to his business career, Lloyd played two years for the NBA’s New Jersey Nets. He then launched a successful sales and marketing career. (2008) Virginia Long, NLaw ’66, New Jersey Supreme Court Justice. (2001) Leonor F. Loree, RC 1877, Railroad magnate, Influential Rutgers Trustee. Died in 1940. (1997) Duncan L. MacMillan, RC ‘66, Designed computer systems by which the Bloomberg Company uses to disseminate information and communicates data. Member of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (2006) beverly L. Malone, GSNb ’72, CEO of the National League for Nursing. Served as president of the American Nurses Association from 1996–2000. Named one of the “Top 100 Most Influential African-Americans” by Ebony magazine. (2000) George W. Mamo, Camden Arts and Sciences ’76, COO and vice president of International Fellowship of Christian and Jews. Former vice president for administration of Feed the Children, an international relief organization. George W. Mamo, COO and vice president of International

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2004, she became president of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. (1994) Remigio U. pane, RC ’38, Professor of Italian. Died in 2000. (1992) Herbert pardes, RC ‘56, President and CEO of New York-Presbyterian Hospital and New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System. Served as director of the National Institute of Mental Health and U.S. Assistant Surgeon General. President of the American Psychiatric Association. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, the Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health, and the U.S. Army Commendation Medal. (2008) John A. pino, AG ‘44, GSNb ‘51, Scientist, Humanitarian (2005) Robert pinsky, RC ’62, US Poet Laureate. Has received dozens of prestigious citations and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. (2002) Jules L. plangere Jr. RC’44, Former publisher and board chair of New Jersey’s Asbury Park Press, which won several top awards under his leadership Clark V. poling, RC ’33, World War II Chaplain. Passed away in 1943. (1990) Sylvia b. pressler, NLaw ’59, Presiding Judge, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. Retired in 2004. (2002) Clement A. price, GSNb ‘75, History professor at RutgersNewark for 37 years and since 2002, has served as a Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor. (2006) paris qualles, RC ’74, Screenwriter and producer-director for television, his TV movies include the “The Tuskegee Airmen,” which won an Emmy in 1995, and, “The Color of Friendship,” which won an Emmy for “Outstanding Children’s Program” in 2000. (2001) Sheryl Lee Ralph, RC ’75, Originated the role of Deena Jones in the musical Dreamgirls, which earned her a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination for best actress. Is also a mainstay on TV, most recently as a cast member of Moesha. (2002) Norman Reitman, RC ’32, Cardiologist, awarded Rutgers Medal in 1990. (1992) Thomas A. Renyi, RC ’67, GSM ’68, Chairman and CEO of The Bank of New York Company Inc, the nation’s oldest bank. Retired as the president of The Bank of New York Mellon in 2008. (2002) paul Robeson, RC ’19, Actor, Singer, Social and Political Activist. Died in 1976. (1987) Eduardo C. Robreno, Claw ’78, Lawyer with Justice Department’s Antitrust Division and practiced with two Philadelphia law firms. (2002) Alvin J. Rockoff, RC ’49, Community leader, former Chairman of Rutgers Board of Governors (1997) peter W. Rodino, Jr., NLaw ’37, LLD ’75, U.S. Congressman for four decades. Died in 2005. (1993) Joseph H. Rodriguez, CLaw ’58, First Hispanic judge of U.S. District Court for NJ, Public advocate & defender. (1996) John S. Ruggieri, CCAS ’68, Sold his interest in Comar Inc., a leading pharmaceuticals container manufacturer, and bought a 50,000-acre ranch in Kenya, thus preventing its subdivision and preserving its function as a migratory route for elephants and a shelter for zebras, gazelles, lions and giraffes. (2003) philip S. Schein, RC ‘61, Professor, Cancer researcher. Ranked as one of the 120 best doctors in America. (2005) barry Schuler, RC ‘76, Founded Medior Inc., a multimedia design firm. Became AOL’s chair and CEO until 2003. He is the chairman and CEO of Raydiance. (2006) peter Schultz, GSNb ’67, One of the key inventors of the century, propelled us all into the Information Age when he and two colleagues invented an optical fiber that has become the basis of the Information Superhighway (2000) James Schureman, qC 1775, Revolutionary War hero, served as the New Jersey delegate to the Continental Congress (1786), the first federal congress (1989-91). Former New Brunswick Mayor. Died in 1824. Gregory kellam Scott, Ag ’70, GSE ’71, Youngest and first African-American Justice on Colorado Supreme Court (1997) George Segal, GSNb ’63, Sculptor. Died in 2000. (1987) Michael Shaara, RC ’51, Pulitzer Prize winning author for The Killer Angels; also wrote For Love of the Game, which later became a movie. Died in 1988. George Henry Sharpe, RC 1847, 1850, Raised a regiment, the 120th New York, and commanded it during fighting in the Fredericksburg, Va., area during the Civil War. Served as a Rutgers College trustee until his death in 1900. (2006) Joan Snyder DC’62, MGSA’66, Groundbreaking visual artist and 2007 MacArthur Fellow, celebrated for her vibrant paintings and her leading role in feminist art Carole Frandsen St. Mark, DC ’65, President of Growth Management. Former President & CEO, Pitney Bowes Business Services (1995)

NBA COMMISHIONER DAVID STERN Raymond O. Stark, RC ’35, He is one of Hollywood’s most sucsuc cessful producers, as well as a philanthropist. His classic films include “Funny Girl,” “The Goodbye Girl,” “The Way We Were,” “The Sunshine Boys” and “Steel Magnolias.” Led Ray Stark Productions and the Fran and Ray Stark Foundation until his death in 2004. (2001) David Stern, RC ’63, Commissioner of the National Basketball Association; under Stern’s leadership, the NBA has added several franchises, enjoyed an increase in revenues, expanded its national television exposure dramatically, launched the WNBA, and created the National Basketball Development League. (1999) Terry Stewart ENG’69, ED’69, President and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the nonprofit organization promoting the preservation and the study of rock music’s impact on our world Jeffrey A. Torborg, School of Education 1963, Former Rutgers All-American, 10-year Major League veteran and Major League manager who caught three no-hitters and was named the American League Manager of the Year in 1990. (2004) Robert Torricelli, RC ’75, NLaw ’77, United States Senator from 1997-2003, founded Rosemont Assoc. in 2003. (1998) William Trager , RC ’30, His seminal research in the laboratory culture of malarial parasites will surely lead to the development of a life-saving vaccine to conquer malaria. Died in 2005 at age 94. (2000) James Valvano, RC ’67, Legendary basketball coach at North Carolina State and later a sports announcer, established The V Foundation which has awarded more than $45 million for cancer research. Died in 1993 at age 47. Luke Visconti, Cook ‘82, Co-founded Diversity Inc in 1998. Helped form the DiversityInc Foundation. (2007) Harry J. Volk, RC ’27, SL-N ’30, Executive and philanthropist, revolutionized the insurance and banking industries. Founder of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Los Angeles Music Center. (2003) Foster Voorhees, RC ‘1876, As New Jersey’s governor, implemented reforms that benefited orphans, improved conditions for prison inmates, and protected the environment. Died in 1927. (2000) Ralph W. Voorhees, Educ ’48, Retired Senior VP of Paine Webber, Inc.; Former business manager of Peddie & Lawrenceville Schools (1996) Selman A. Waksman, RC ’15, Microbiologist, Nobel Laureate. Died in 1973. (1987) Monroe E. Wall, Ag ’36, GSNb ’38 and ’39, Cancer Researcher. Died in 2002. (1994) David A. Werblin, RC ’31, Corporate Executive, Sportsman. When the American Football League’s New York Titans were up for sale in 1963, Werblin and four partners acquired the franchise for $1 million and renamed it the New York Jets. Died in 1991. (1990) Susan J. Wicks, CC ‘88, International and WNBA All-Star (2005) Melanie L. Willoughby, RC ‘76, For 17 years, Willoughby served as president of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association. Sr. VP NJ Business and Industry Assoc. (2005) Donna L. Wong, College of Nursing ‘70, Developed the Wong/ Baker FACES Pain Rating, the international standard for assessing children’s pain. First recipient of the Audrey Hepburn/Sigma Theta Tau International Award. Died in May 2008. (2007) H. boyd Woodruff; College of Agriculture ‘39, Graduate School - New brunswick ’42, Discovered actinomycin, which sparked a revolution in world medicine and agriculture. (2004) Carl R. Woodward, RC ‘14 and ’19, President of University of Rhode Island who contributed extensive writings about the College of Agriculture and NJ agriculture. Died in 1974 at age 84. (1999) Adelaide Marcus Zagoren, DC ‘40, Served for 26 years as the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College. Trustee and president of the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation. (2006) William b. Ziff Jr., RC ‘55, Developed Ziff-Davis Publishing Company into a highly successful niche media empire that included PC Magazine. Named executive of the year by Magazine Publishers of America. Died in 2006. (2008)


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