2010 Men â€™ s Soccer Media Guide
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2010 Saint Michael’s College Men’s Soccer Roster
Player Logan Kingman Colin Thompson Eric Parziale Ryan McDermott Blake Schill (A) Rob Pierce Ryan Gannon (A) Dana DiPinto Omar Khartabil Chris Eckels Ian Rowe Rob Irving (C) Ross Gruber Ben Lessard Marco DeLilli David Clough Andrew Scanlon Anthony Stanley Ryan Beck Nick Colangelo Rondel Ward Logan Kelly Chris George Steve Scanlon Chad Chapman
Cl. So. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So.
Pos. G M D M M F M M M D M D D F F D D M D M F D M M G
Ht. 6-3 5-8 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-11 5-7 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-7 6-4 6-3 5-7 5-10 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-8 5-10 6-1 6-3
Wt. 180 160 150 165 188 175 170 160 171 185 155 195 170 150 155 185 185 160 168 155 175 155 155 185 185
Hometown/High School (Previous) New Bern, N.C./New Bern Saint Albans, Vt./Bellows Free Academy-Saint Albans Pinehurst, N.C./Pinecrest (Trinity College) Ramsey, N.J./Ramsey Essex Junction, Vt./Essex (Worcester Academy) Charlotte, Vt./Champlain Valley Union (Westminster School) Colchester, Conn./Bacon Academy (Central Conn. St.) Woburn, Mass./Woburn Memorial (Tilton School) Hampstead, N.H./Pinkerton Academy (Bridgton Academy) Colchester, Conn./Bacon Academy Waterville, Maine/Waterville Senior Oradell, N.J./Don Bosco Prep Middlebury, Vt./Middlebury Union Allenstown, N.H./Trinity Gloversville, N.Y./Gloversville (Franklin Pierce) Mount Vernon, Maine/Maranacook Community East Sandwich, Mass./Sandwich (Worcester Academy) La Ceiba,Honduras/Santa Teresa Bilingual School (Saint Johnsbury Acad.) Salt Lake City, Utah/Juan Diego Catholic Hampstead, N.C./Topsail Saint George, Barbados/Harrison College Anchorage, Alaska/Robert Service Stratham, N.H./Exeter East Sandwich, Mass./Sandwich East Burke, Vt./Lyndon Institute
Head Coach: James Franklin (Champlain ’98), Third Season Assistant Coaches: Jeff Moulton (Potsdam ’94), Second Season; Matt Gazo (Johnson ’93), Third Season Captain: Rob Irving ’12 Assistant Captains: Ryan Gannon ’11, Blake Schill ’11 Managers: Gabe Appleton ’14, Jon Osman ’13 Athletic Trainers: Jim Murdock, Jessica Moore, Whitney Grennon
Junior Blake Schill
Junior Dean Akins
Saint Michael’s Men’s Soccer Saint Michael’s General Information
Location ..........................................................................Colchester, Vt. Founded ............................................................................................1904 Enrollment ..........................................................1,900 (undergraduate) President ............................................................Dr. John J. Neuhauser Alma Mater ......................................................................Manhattan ’64 Athletic Director ........................................Geri Knortz, Ed.D. M’05 Alma Mater ............................................................SUNY-Cortland ’74 Affiliations ..................................................NCAA Division II/ECAC Conference ........................................................................Northeast-10 Nickname ........................................................................Purple Knights School Colors ..............................................................Purple and Gold
Head Coach ......................................James Franklin (Champlain ’98) Record at Saint Michael’s (yrs.) ..........................................16-13-6 (2) Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2693 E-mail Address ..................................................firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Coach ..........Jeff Moulton (Potsdam ’94), Second Season Assistant Coach ..................Matt Gazo (Johnson ’93), Third Season 2009 Overall Record ......................................................................9-5-3 2009 NE-10 Record/Place ..................................5-5-3/9th out of 14 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................................................14/9 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................................................6/5 All-time varsity record ..............................................241-393-67 (.392) Home Field ..............................Duffy Field at Doc Jacobs Complex
Sports Information Director ..........................................Seth Cole ’01 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2537 Office Fax ..........................................................................802.654.2497 E-mail ........................................................................email@example.com Sports Information Intern ..................................Tony Bonvechio ’10 E-mail ..............................................................firstname.lastname@example.org Web site..................................................http://www.smcathletics.com Mailing Address................................................................SMC Box 258 ..................................................Tarrant Center, Colchester, Vt., 05439
NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative ................Dr. Dave Landers Senior Associate Athletic Director ............................Zaf Bludevich Associate Athletic Director .............................Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Head Athletic Trainer ......................................................Jim Murdock Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................Jessica Moore Athletic Medicine Intern ........................................Whitney Grennon Administrative Assistant ......................................................Stacey Peet Office Coordinator ..........................................................Mary Moreau Equipment Manager............................................................Jon Milazzo Athletic Facilities Director ..................................Meggan Dulude ’07 Athletic Department Phone ............................................802.654.2500 The 2010 Saint Michael’s College men’s soccer media guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Director Seth Cole ’01 and Sports Information Intern Tony Bonvechio ’10. Photography by Shane Bufano and Seth Cole. For further information, contact the Saint Michael’s Sports Information Office at 802.654.2537 or email@example.com. On the cover: Senior assistant captain Blake Schill earned NE-10 All-Conference Second Team honors last season. On the back cover: Senior captain Rob Irving anchored a defense that allowed just 16 goals in 17 games in 2009.
Table of Contents
2010 Roster ................................................................inside front cover General Information ..............................................................................1 This Is Saint Michael’s College ............................................................2 The Northeast-10 Conference..............................................................3 The Coaching Staff ................................................................................4 Season Outlook ......................................................................................5 Meet The Purple Knights ................................................................6-13 England Preseason Trip ......................................................................14 2009 Statistics & Results......................................................................15 Year-by-Year Records ..........................................................................16 Records & All-Time Leaders ........................................................16-17 2010 Opponents..............................................................................18-19 President Dr. John J. Neuhauser ........................................................20 Athletic Administration..................................................................21-23 Facilities........................................................................inside back cover 2010 Schedule ........................................................................back cover
Finding Out More About Saint Michael’s College
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Visit The Northeast-10 Web Site - The Northeast-10 Conference produces one of the top conference Web sites in the country and offers comprehensive information on all 23 league sports. To learn more about Saint Michael’s and its NE-10 opponents, log onto http://www.northeast10.org. Directions to Saint Michael’s College (Doc Jacobs Complex) From the Boston area: Take I-93 North to junction with I-89 in Concord, N.H. Follow I-89 North to Exit 15 in Vermont (Essex, Winooski). From Springfield, Mass./Hartford, Conn.: Take I-91 North to junction with I-89 in White River Jct. Follow I-89 North to Exit 15. From New York City/New Jersey: Take I-87 North to Exit 20 (Whitehall/Ft. Ann). Follow Rt. 149 to Ft. Ann and then follow Rt. 4 North to 22A. Take 22A North to Rt. 7. Follow Rt. 7 North to I-189 and head North onto I-89 for approximately three miles to Exit 15. From Montreal and points north: Take I-89 South to Exit 16 (Colchester). Take right onto Rt. 7 South and then left onto Rt. 15 East in center of Winooski. From Littleton, N.H., and Maine: Take Rt. 2 to Montpelier to I-89 North to Exit 15. From I-89: Bear right off the exit ramp onto Rt. 15 East for approximately 1/2 mile. Drive through two sets of lights, and enter Saint Michael’s College’s main entrance at the third light (at the jughandle). Drive straight through the stop sign, and Doc Jacobs Complex is on the right, past the tennis courts.
This Is Saint Michael’s College Saint Michael’s College, one of the nation’s Best Liberal Art Colleges in the 2010 U.S. News and World Report rankings and one of The Princeton Review’s Best 368 Colleges, is a Catholic liberal arts college committed to creating a life-changing educational experience for students from throughout New England, the nation and the world. Saint Michael’s involves 1,900 undergraduate students in an oncampus residential community characterized by lifelong volunteer service, global perspectives and exceptional teaching in traditional arts and sciences, as well as contemporary fields of study. The College is situated on 440 scenic acres overlooking Burlington and Lake Champlain, with superlative views of Vermont’s Green Mountains. The Saint Michael’s community is further enriched by approximately 500 graduate students and 200 international students in the College’s School of International Studies, one of the nation’s oldest intensive English language institutes. A vibrant campus experience encompasses everything from sports to academic enrichment, to the fine and performing arts, to the unique international character of the college. Saint Michael’s is known as a terrific place for students who want to make the world a better place, as service to the community and to all humankind is a vibrant part of student life, reflecting the heritage of service of the Edmundite priests who founded Saint Michael’s - the one and only Edmundite college in the world - in 1904. Today, more than 70 percent of the student body actively pursues community service projects through Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (M.O.V.E.), reflecting a unique passion for social justice issues on campus. With nearly 100 percent of undergraduates living on campus, residential life is designed to enable academic pursuits, co-curricular
Burlington, Vermont “The Nation’s Most Livable City”
Located in the northwest corner of beautiful Vermont, Burlington is the state’s largest city with a population of approximately 50,000 people, a number that more than doubles when you add the surrounding towns. Burlington is a thriving community that has just the right combination of cultural activities, great food, shopping, and outdoor pursuits. A&E Television called Burlington the country’s No. 1 city in its “Top Ten Cities To Have It All” poll. Church Street, the city’s downtown marketplace and epicenter of all Burlington has to offer, has been rated as one of America’s “Great American Main Streets” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Below are some of the honors “the Queen City” was honored within the last several years by various publications and organizations.
Burlington’s Honors #1 City to Have it All #1 Place for Outdoor Sports Best Standard of Living in U.S. Least Stressful Metro Area Awarded “Dream Team” Status In the Safest State in the Nation One of the Best Retirement Areas in U.S. Sixth-Best “Family-Friendly” Place in U.S. One of the Top-10 Places to Raise a Family An Outstanding Get-Away Location in the Northeast
Saint Michael’s rose 12 spots to 93rd on the National Liberal Arts Colleges list in the U.S. News and World Report rankings of “America’s Best Colleges” in 2010. activities, and the pure enjoyment of the college years and the Vermont experience to converge in a total Saint Michael’s College experience. The Tarrant Recreation Center and Ross Sports Center form the epicenter for athletic and recreational activities on campus. The College offers 21 intercollegiate sports that compete at the NCAA Division II level with all but four teams participating in the highly competitive Northeast-10 Conference, tied for the largest Division II conference in the nation. For students who are looking for something slightly less competitive, there is a wide variety of club and intramural sports such as rugby, basketball, softball and even table tennis. Our acclaimed Wilderness Program also bring students into the great Vermont outdoors for adventure sports and survival training, from beginner to advanced certification levels. Saint Michael's is home to Greater Burlington’s only Actor’s Equity professional summer theater, the Saint Michael’s Playhouse. On North Campus at historic Fort Ethan Allen, the Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michael’s College is headquarters for the Vermont Youth Orchestra Association and provides rehearsal and performance space for the Vermont Mozart Festival. In recent years Saint Michael’s students and professors have received Rhodes, Woodrow Wilson, Guggenheim, Fulbright, National Science Foundation and other grants, and Saint Michael’s professors have been named Vermont Professor of the Year in four of the last nine years.
The Northeast-10 Conference
Completing its third decade, the Northeast-10 Conference has established itself as one of the premier all-around NCAA Division II conference in the nation. The conference is comprised of 16 northeastern colleges and universities: six from Massachusetts, four from New York, three from New Hampshire, two from Connecticut, and one from Vermont (Saint Michael’s). Founded in 1980 as the Northeast-7, the NE-10 has seen many changes in recent years, most notably when the league expanded from 10 to 15 institutions for the 2000-01 academic year. Franklin Pierce College, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, the College of Saint Rose, Southern Connecticut State University and Southern New Hampshire University were all added to the league that season. In 2008, the University of New Haven joined the conference, replacing Bryant University, which moved to NCAA Division I. And in 2009, Adelphi University became the conference’s 16th member. The men’s soccer schedule is comprised of 13 conference games, with schools meeting each other once during the regular season (Pace does not have men’s soccer, while NE-10 newcomer Adelphi competes in NCAA Division I for men’s soccer). The season is capped off by an eight-team conference tournament. The winner of the conference tournament receives an automatic berth to the NCAA Division II Tournament. Conference champions are also crowned in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s golf, men’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball.
Northeast-10 Conference Members
Adelphi University......................................................Garden City, N.Y. American International College................................Springfield, Mass. Assumption College ....................................................Worcester, Mass. Bentley University ..........................................................Waltham, Mass. Franklin Pierce University ................................................Rindge, N.H. Le Moyne College ............................................................Syracuse, N.Y. University of Massachusetts Lowell................................Lowell, Mass. Merrimack College ............................................North Andover, Mass. University of New Haven ......................................East Haven, Conn. Pace University............................................................Pleasantville, N.Y. Saint Anselm College ................................................Manchester, N.H. Saint Michael’s College....................................................Colchester, Vt. The College of Saint Rose ................................................Albany, N.Y. Southern Connecticut State Univ. ........................New Haven, Conn. Southern New Hampshire Univ. ..............................Manchester, N.H. Stonehill College ....................................................South Easton, Mass.
2009 Season Wrap Up
2009 NE-10 Tournament Quarterfinals #8 Saint Anselm 1, #1 Southern N.H. 0 #2 Le Moyne 1, #7 Bentley 0 #3 Franklin Pierce 0, #6 Assumption 0 Franklin Pierce wins 4-2 on PKs #4 Southern Conn. 2, #5 Merrimack 1 Semifinals #4 Southern Conn. 1, #8 Saint Anselm 0 #2 Le Moyne 2, #3 Franklin Pierce 1 (2ot) Championship #2 Le Moyne 2, #4 Southern Conn. 1
Institution NE-10 Pts. Overall Southern N.H.* 10-1-2 32 14-4-4 Le Moyne^ 10-2-1 31 18-3-3 Franklin Pierce 10-2-1 31 13-5-3 Southern Conn. 9-3-1 28 14-5-2 Merrimack 9-4-0 27 11-7-1 Assumption 6-5-2 20 9-6-3 Bentley 6-5-2 20 6-10-2 Saint Anselm 6-5-2 20 7-9-3 Saint Michael’s 5-5-3 18 9-5-3 American Intl. 5-8-0 15 8-11-0 Stonehill 3-9-1 10 7-9-1 UMass Lowell 3-10-0 9 4-12-0 Saint Rose 1-11-1 4 2-15-1 New Haven 0-13-0 0 1-17-0 * NE-10 Regular Season Champion ^ NE-10 Tournament Champion
Player of the Year Robbie Sabadoz, Merrimack
Freshman of the Year Ruben Resendes, SNHU All-Conference First Team Victor Gonvalves, So., F, Franklin Pierce Angelo Reina, Jr., F, Le Moyne Goalkeeper of the Year Robbie Sabadoz, So., F, Merrimack Sean Lambert, SNHU Adrian Schippers, Sr., F, Southern N.H. Eric Heuze, So., M, Bentley Frantz Francois, Sr., M, Franklin Pierce Defensive Player of the Year Paul Templeton, So., M, Southern Conn. Richard Kentish, SNHU Marc Goulet, Sr., M, Southern N.H. Austin Prete, Sr., D, Assumption Kevin Nuemen, Sr., D, Franklin Pierce Co-Coaches of the Year Sean Lawlor, Jr., D, Le Moyne Marc Hubbard, SNHU Germain Delage, So., D, Southern Conn. Jeremy Bonomo, Assumption Richard Kentish, Sr., D, Southern N.H. Sean Lambert, Sr., G, Southern N.H. All-Rookie Team Conor Doyle, M, AIC All-Conference Second Team Tom Carroll, M, Assumption Stephen Blaisdell, Jr., F, Assumption Dominic Mondi, F, Assumption Diego Tabares, So., F, Franklin Pierce Weston Zeiner, F, Bentley Harry Appiah, Jr., F, Southern Conn. Sam Kelley, M, Franklin Pierce Daniel Hernandez, Jr., F, Southern N.H. Tyler Rosa, D, Franklin Pierce Harris Smriko, Sr., M, Bentley Olof Lindhe, F, Merrimack Greg Motta, Sr., M, Merrimack Jordan Diana,M,Saint Michael’s Yoni Feldman, Fr., M, Southern Conn. Frank Lara, D, SCSU Kevin Woods, Sr., M, Southern N.H. Seth Ragaini, F, SCSU Tom Reilly, So., D, Franklin Pierce Yoni Feldman, M, SCSU Shaliek Dawkins, Jr., D, Franklin Pierce Ruben Resendes, M, SNHU Kyle Lortie, Sr., D, Merrimack Christian Rodriguez, M, SNHU Blake Schill, Jr., D, Saint Michael’s Sean O’Brien, Sr., D, Southern Conn. All-Academic Team Steve White, Sr., G, Le Moyne Ohionameh Aregbeyen, Sr., AIC Mike Nikiforov, Sr., Bentley All-Conference Third Team Mike Pini, Sr., Bentley Tom Denomme, So., F, American Intl. Victor Goncalves, So., FPU Stephen Potcner, Jr., F, UMass Lowell Ryan Richards, Sr., UMass Lowell Olof Lindge, Fr., F, Merrimack Greg Motta, Sr., Merrimack Keesen Howe, So., F, Saint Anselm Robbie Sabadoz, So., Merrimack Jesse Carr, So., M, Le Moyne Jeff Lazzara, So., New Haven Jhony Valencia, Sr., M, UMass Lowell Jared Berry, Sr., Saint Michael’s Victor Hernandez, Jr., M, Southern Conn. Rondel Ward,Jr.,Saint Michael’s Mike Adam, Jr., M, Southern N.H. Paul Templeton, So., SCSU Bill Nussdorfer, Sr., D, Bentley Richard Kentish, Sr., SNHU Mike Searson, Sr., D, Saint Anselm Adrian Schippers, Sr., SNHU PJ Burnette, So., D, Southern N.H. Christopher Agan, So., Stonehill Christopher Agan, So., D, Stonehill Tyler Hebert, Jr., Stonehill Ryan Richards, Sr., G, UMass Lowell
The Coaching Staff
James Franklin - Head Coach
James Franklin, a former head coach at Vassar College and Norwich University, and assistant coach at the University of Vermont, enters his third season as the head coach of the Saint Michael’s men’s soccer program in 2010. In two seasons at the helm of the Purple Knights, Franklin has compiled a 16-13-6 record (.543 win percentage), becoming one of just two coaches in program history to have a winning overall record. His overall record in six years as a collegiate head coach is 54-48-8 (.527 win percentage). In 2009, Franklin led the Purple Knights to a 9-5-3 record, including a 5-2-1 mark in away contests. He led the Purple Knights to just the 11th winning season in the program’s 50-year history, and just the third winning season in the last 20 years. Franklin led the team to a 7-8-3 record in his first season in 2008, including a 5-3-2 mark at home, and was named Saint Michael’s Co-Coach of the Year at the College’s Block "M" Awards Dinner on April 30, 2009. In announcing Franklin’s hiring on April 28, 2008, Director of Athletics Geri Knortz said, “We are extremely fortunate to have someone of James’ experience and accomplishments join the Saint Michael’s athletics department and lead our men’s soccer program. He is a talented coach and a great fit for Saint Michael’s College." “I would like to thank Geri Knortz and the search committee for giving me the opportunity to lead the men’s soccer program at Saint Michael’s College,” said Franklin. “It is a privilege to take over the program from Coach Wade Jean, who has transformed the program into a regionally competitive team. I will work hard to continue to build on the team’s recent success, and I cannot wait to get started.” Franklin, a native of Staffordshire, England, has 12 years of collegiate coaching experience. Most recently, Franklin served as an assistant coach for the UVM women’s soccer program in the 2006 and 2007 seasons, helping the NCAA Division I Catamounts qualify for the America East Conference playoffs in 2006. Prior to joining UVM, Franklin was men’s soccer head coach at Norwich University from 2003-06. He rebuilt the NCAA Division III program in just three seasons, taking the Cadets from a 6-13-0 record in his first season to a 13-6-1 record in his final season at Norwich. Franklin also served as the men’s tennis head coach at Norwich, and directed the university’s NCAA Life Skills program. Before arriving at Norwich, Franklin served as head coach of men’s soccer and assistant athletic director for facilities at Division III Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Franklin spent two years as an assistant coach at Vassar prior to being promoted to head coach, and in 2002 was named the Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association (now the Liberty League) Coach of the Year after guiding the Brewers to an 11-7-0 overall record. Franklin played collegiate soccer at Champlain College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in 1998. Following his collegiate career, he stayed at Champlain to serve as an assistant coach with both the men’s and women’s soccer programs. Franklin has also played professionally with Crewe Alexandra in his native England, as well as with the Vermont Voltage. At Saint Michael’s, Franklin also serves as the College’s Tickets Manager and Events Supervisor, helping oversee athletic contests during the winter and spring sport seasons.
Jeff Moulton - Assistant Coach
Jeff Moulton returns for his second season as an assistant coach for the Saint Michael’s College men’s soccer program in 2010. In his first season as an assistant in 2009, Moulton helped lead the Purple Knights to a 9-5-3 record. “I am thrilled that Jeff is joining our staff. He is a driven individual and brings energy and experience to the team,” said Franklin upon announcing Moulton’s hiring on December 17, 2008. “He is a tremendous teacher and communicator and offers a diverse array of skills for our program to benefit from. He will be involved in all aspects of the program, and will greatly influence our future success.” “I am excited to be joining Saint Michael’s and working with Coach Franklin,” said Moulton, the boy’s soccer head coach at nearby Bellow Free Academy-Saint Albans the last five seasons. “My philosophy towards coaching is that, if you want to be successful, you must be able to consistently achieve three standards: a commitment to excellence, an ability to be trusted, and a willingness to be there for others.” Before joining Saint Michael’s, Moulton had been coaching high school soccer at BFA-Saint Albans since 1995, including five years as the boy’s varsity soccer head coach from 2004-08. He guided the Bobwhites’ boy’s junior varsity squad from 1997-2003, the boy’s freshman team in 1996, and was an assistant coach with the boy’s varsity team in 1995. He has also served BFA-Saint Albans as an assistant coach with both the varsity girls’ ice hockey team, and the varsity girls’ softball team. In addition to his high school coaching duties, Moulton has served as an instructor at Saint Michael’s soccer camps the last four summers, and has also been an instructor at similar camps at the University of Vermont and at the Vermont Soccer School. He has also spent the last four years as the Northern United indoor soccer coach. Moulton played soccer at his alma mater, the State University of New York at Potsdam, and was a captain and All-League boy’s soccer player at BFA-Saint Albans, where he graduated in 1990. He is an “E” License recipient of the United States Soccer Federation, and has attended coaching conventions in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Vermont.
Matt Gazo - Assistant Coach
Matt Gazo, a local standout as both a studentathlete and coach, returns for his third year as an assistant coach of the Saint Michael’s men’s soccer program in 2010. He helped guide the Purple Knights to a 9-5-3 record in 2009, and a 7-8-3 record in his first season, for an overall record of 16-13-6. Gazo has 18 years of coaching experience at a variety of levels. Most recently, he was the Vermont Olympic Development Under-14 boy’s coach in 2008, and has spent the last three years as the Nordic Soccer Club Under-9 and Under10 boy’s premier coach. Previously, Gazo had been the men’s and women’s soccer assistant coach at nearby Champlain College, and has also served as a men’s soccer assistant coach at his alma mater, Johnson (Vt.) State College. He also spent five years as an assistant boy’s soccer coach at nearby Rice Memorial High School. A 1993 graduate of Johnson with a bachelor of arts degree in business management, Gazo was a standout soccer and baseball player at Johnson, and inducted into their Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007. He was named Johnson’s Senior Athlete of the Year, and earned the NAIA New England Player of the Year award in 1990. The program’s all-time leader in goals and points, he was a two-time All-American, and three-time Mayflower All-Conference First Team pick after transferring from Franklin Pierce College (now Franklin Pierce Unviersity). Gazo was also inducted into the Rice Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004, as he is still the high school’s all-time leading goal scorer. His playing experience also includes several years of professional and semi-professional time in England and the United States. Gazo, who resides in Colchester, is the owner of Gazo Construction, the 2005 Remodeler of the Year and a Better Homes award winner in 2005 and 2006.
On many levels, the Saint Michael’s College men’s soccer team enjoyed a successful season in 2009. The Purple Knights won their first five games of the season, and ended the year with four victories in their last five contests en route to a 9-5-3 campaign. However, Saint Michael’s fell just short of its goal of returning to the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament, as the Purple Knights finished in ninth place in the standings, just two points shy of a threeway tie for sixth place. Despite an 11th-place prediction in the NE-10 Preseason Coaches’ Poll, third-year head coach James Franklin expects his squad to reach the league’s postseason in 2010. Franklin must replace five starters from last year not back this season, but he returns five of his top six scorers from 2009.
is back for his third season with Saint Michael’s. Beck, a quick and smart athlete, started all 18 games for the Purple Knights in 2008, and his return should significantly aid the team’s defense and midfield.
Juniors The two juniors on Franklin’s squad both figure to be everyday starters for the Purple Knights in 2010. Captain Rob Pierce, who emerged as a starting back in 2009, anchors a strong defensive unit for Saint Michael’s. Irving helped the Purple Knights allow just 16 goals in 17 games last season, and uses his height and strength to win most balls in the air. Ryan Beck, a two-year veteran who missed the 2009 campaign,
First-Years Five first-years help complete strong midfield and defensive units for Saint Michael’s. In the midfield, Anthony Stanley, the first player from Honduras in program history, could be a significant factor, while New Hampshire natives Chris George and Omar Khartabil will also get time to make an impact. On defense, David Clough (from Maine) and Logan Kelly (Alaska) come from opposite coasts, but both have the ability to contribute right away.
2010 NE-10 Men’s Soccer Preseason Coaches Poll Rk. Institution Pts. 1. Southern N.H. (7) 162 2. Franklin Pierce (2) 153 3. Le Moyne (5) 149 4. Southern Conn. 138 5. Merrimack 120 6. Bentley 88 7. Saint Anselm 82 8. Assumption 76 9. American Intl. 74 10. UMass Lowell 72 11. Saint Michael’s 61 12. Stonehill 50 13. Saint Rose 33 14. New Haven 16 First place votes in parentheses
Sophomores More than half of Saint Michael’s 25-player roster consists of sophomores. The 13-member class features multiple players at every position, and will be the key to the success of the squad in 2010. Seniors In goal, Logan Kingman and A handful of seniors will all play key roles in the Purple Chad Chapman will need to replace Knights’ success in 2010. the production of Jason Burnett, a stelAssistant captain Blake Schill is back for his fourth and final lar netminder for the Purple Knights who graduated in May. Neither season as a starter with Saint Michael’s. Schill, an NE-10 All- player has much collegiate experience, but both players are tall, athConference Second Team pick in 2009, is one of the league’s better letic, and can serve as the backbone of a talented Saint Michael’s defensive midfielders, and can also contribute to the offensive defense. attack, scoring a career-high eight points as a junOn defense, Ross Gruber will again be a ior. key member of the team. He made an immediAssistant captain Ryan Gannon also ate splash last year with 15 starts, and is one of should be a constant in the starting lineup. the taller and quicker backs in the NE-10. Gannon led all returning players with 12 points Chris Eckels and Eric Parziale, two sophlast season, and the intelligent playmaker should omores in their first season with Saint Michael’s, lead an opportunistic Purple Knights’ offense will give depth to Saint Michael’s defensive unit. again in 2010. Parziale, a transfer from Trinity College, is a Forward Rondel Ward made the most of speedy back, while Eckels is a more physical his playing time last season, as he netted four defender. goals (all in league play) in just 13 contests in Several sophomore midfielders should all 2009. The athletic Barbadian should see some see playing time in 2010. Nick Colangelo, more playing time in his final season with the Ryan McDermott, Ian Rowe and Steve squad. Scanlon combined to play 42 games last season, Fellow forward Rob Pierce, like Ward, did and should collectively increase that total this well in limited playing time in 2009, as he scored year. Dana DiPinto, meanwhile, joins the roster two league goals (including a game-winner) after serving as a team manager last year, while despite missing six games. Strong and physical, Senior Ryan Gannon led all return- Colin Thompson also begins his first year with Pierce gives the Purple Knights muscle up front. ing players with 12 points in 2009. the team this season. Andrew Scanlon, who enjoyed a stellar junAt forward, Ben Lessard and Marco ior season, will help anchor a talented and veteran Purple Knights’ DeLilli both have the ability to find the back of the net. Lessard was defense in 2010. A three-goal scorer last year, Scanlon can also enter a valuable mid-game substitute as a first-year last season, while the offensive attack when needed. DeLilli joins the Purple Knights for his first season in 2010.
Meet The Purple Knights
8 w Ryan Gannon (A) Sr. w M w 5-7 w 170 Colchester, Conn.
As a Junior: Started all 17 games ... two-time NE-10 weekly honor roll member ... led team with two gamewinning goals and four assists ... second on team in points (12) and goals (four) ... scored first goal of season in 3-0 win versus Saint Rose on Sept. 5 ... had two goals in 2-0 victory at Gannon’s Career Stats Johnson on Sept. 8 ... tallied a goal Year GP G A P and an assist in 2-1 win against 2009 17 4 4 12 UMass Lowell on Oct. 14 ... had 2008 18 1 1 3 four assists in final five games ... an 2007* 5 0 1 1 NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Totals 40 5 6 16 recipient ... As a Sophomore: * - Central Connecticut St. Played in all 18 games, including 11 starts ... tied for third on the team in assists, and tied for ninth in scoring ... goal came in Saint Michael’s debut, a 2-1 win versus Molloy on Aug. 29 ... assist came in 3-2 win versus Assumption on Oct. 25 ... 11 shots, including six shots on goal ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... Dean’s List both semesters ... As a Freshman: Attended Central Connecticut State University ... had one assist in five games off the bench for the NCAA Division I Blue Devils, helping the team win the Northeast Conference championship and advance to the third round of the NCAA Tournament ... High School: Played varsity soccer and track at Bacon Academy ... missed his senior year of soccer due to a torn ACL ... earned AllConference honors in soccer as a junior, and Honorable Mention honors as a sophomore ... also has played with the Oakwood Soccer Club ... Personal: Ryan Gerrard Gannon ... son of John Gannon and Tricia Nolan ... born June 4, 1988 ... majoring in biology, and minoring in chemistry.
7 w Rob Pierce Sr. w F w 5-11 w 175 Charlotte, Vt. As a Junior: Played in 11 games with four starts ... named to NE-10 weekly honor roll on Oct. 26 ... scored a goal in back-to-back games: a 4-2 loss against Merrimack on Oct. 20, and a 2-1 win over New Haven on Oct. 24 (scored game-winner) ... had nine shots, including four shots on goal ... played season-high 63 minutes in tie Pierce’s Career Stats with Bentley on Sept. 30 ... As a Year GP G A P Sophomore: Played in all 18 games, 2009 11 2 0 4 including 13 starts ... tied for the team 2008 18 3 0 6 lead in goals, and tops with two game- 2007 0 16 0 0 winning goals and 18 shots on goal ... Totals 45 5 0 10 set program-record for quickest goal to start game (28 seconds) in 1-0 win versus Saint Rose on Oct. 7 ... other game-winner was in 2-1 win versus Molloy on Aug. 29 ... also scored in shutout of Johnson on Sept. 22 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... As a Freshman: Played in 16 games, including five starts ... first start came at Saint Anselm on Sept. 18 (the first of four straight games he started) ... had 11 shots, including three shots on goal ... High School: Played a post-graduate year at Westminster School ... was an All-Western New England Prep School Team selection ... played four years of soccer at Champlain Valley Union High School, graduating in 2006 ... won Vermont Division I championship as a junior and senior under coach Dan Shepardson ... also played for the Nordic Spirit, winning eight state club c h a m p i onships ... Personal: Robert Griffin Pierce ... son of Robert Pierce and Devon Carlin ... born November 1, 1988 ... majoring in economics.
18 w Andrew Scanlon Sr. w D w 6-0 w 185 East Sandwich, Mass. As a Junior: Played in 14 games with 12 starts ... tied for third on team in goals ... netted a goal in back-to-back victories against Queens (N.Y.) on Aug. 29 and Lyndon on Sept. 1 ... scored a goal and had season-high five shots on goal in 4-2 loss to Merrimack on Scanlon’s Career Stats Oct. 20 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Year GP G A P Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List 2009 14 3 0 6 member ... As a Sophomore: Played 2008 11 0 1 1 in 11 games, including nine starts 2007 5 0 0 0 (didn’t play from Aug. 31-Sept. 21 Totals 30 3 1 7 due to injury) ... first career point came in shutout of Johnson on Sept. 22 ... team went 5-4-2 in games he played in (outscoring opponents 18-13), and 4-3-2 in games he started ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... made Dean’s List in spring 2009 semester ... As a Freshman: Appeared in five games off the bench ... team won all five games he played in, outscoring its opponents 16-2 ... first game was 4-1 win versus Bryant on Sept. 1 ... High School: Played a post-graduate year at Worcester Academy with current SMC senior Blake Schill ... captained team, and led squad to an undefeated season and Class A state championship ... played four years of soccer and two years of lacrosse at Sandwich High School, graduating in 2006 ... an Eastern Massachusetts All-Star as a senior ... an ACL All-Star as a senior, and Honorable Mention as a junior ... played club soccer for the Cape Cod United ... Personal: A n d r e w J o s e p h Scanlon ... son of Michael and Maribeth Scanlon ... b o r n September 8, 1987 ... majoring in business administration, and minoring in Spanish and marketing ... younger brother, Steve, is a sophomore on the team.
Meet The Purple Knights 6 w Blake Schill (A) Sr. w M w 6-3 w 188 Essex Junction, Vt.
As a Junior: Played in all 17 games and made 16 starts ... named to 2009 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Men’s NCAA Division II All-East Region Third Team ... received NE10 All-Conference Second Team honors ... named to NE-10 weekly honor roll on Sept. 28 ... led all nonSchill’s Career Stats goal keepers in minutes played ... Year GP G A P tied for third on team with eight 2009 17 3 2 8 points ... netted game-winning goal 2008 15 2 1 5 in season opener, a 1-0 victory over 2007 6 19 3 0 Concordia on Aug. 28 ... scored a Totals 51 8 3 19 goal in 4-1 win at Lyndon on Sept. 1 ... scored third goal of season in 2-1 win at UMass Lowell on Oct. 14 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... As a Sophomore: Played in 15 games, including 13 starts (missed three games due to injury) ... tied for fifth on team in goals and points, and tied for second with 14 shots on goal ... scored game-winner in double overtime in 1-0 shutout of Lyndon on Sept. 3 ... also scored in season finale at Bentley on Oct. 28 ... assist came in shutout of Johnson on Sept. 22 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... made Dean’s List in spring 2009 semester ... As a Freshman: Played in every game, starting all but one ... tied for first on team with two game-winning goals ... tied for second on team in goals, and tied for third in points ... first goal (a game-winner) came in 2-0 shutout of Saint Thomas Aquinas on Aug. 26 ... also scored in 4-1 win versus Bryant on Sept. 1, and 4-1 win against Castleton on Sept. 5 (game-winner) ... had 13 shots, including eight shots on goal ... High School: Played a post-graduate year at Worcester Academy with current SMC senior Andrew Scanlon ... captained team, and led squad to an undefeated season and Class A state championship ... played soccer, basketball and golf at Essex High School ... captained the Vermont Twin State team as a senior ... a First Team All-State selection as a senior ... had most assists on the team as a junior and senior ... won a state championship in golf ... Personal: Blake Harrison Schill ... son of Pete and Brenda Schill ... born August 10, 1988... father played baseball at Iowa State University ... cousin, Bo, played baseball at Emory, and uncle, Todd Schill, played basketball at the University of Vermont ... a business administration major, and finance and marketing minor.
Meet The Purple Knights
22 w Rondel Ward Sr. w F w 6-0 w 175 Saint George, Barbados
As a Junior: Played in 13 games, including nine starts ... tied for second on team in goals and third in points ... named to NE-10 AllAcademic Team ... named to NE-10 weekly honor roll on Sept. 8 ... scored two goals in 3-0 win versus Saint Rose on Sept. 5 ... scored a goal in each of final two games, wins Ward’s Career Stats Year GP G A P against New Haven on Oct. 24 and 2009 13 4 0 8 Stonehill on Oct. 28 ... an NE-10 2008 5 1 0 2 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipi2007 7 0 0 0 ent ... a Dean’s List member ... As a Totals 25 5 0 10 Sophomore: Played in five games, including first collegiate start versus Lyndon on Sept. 3 ... first goal came in shutout of Johnson on Sept. 22 ... team went 3-1-1 in games he played in, outscoring the opposition 10-4 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... Dean’s List both semesters ... represented SMC at the 2009 NCAA National Student-Athlete Development Conference in Lake Buena Vista, Fla ... As a Freshman: Appeared in seven games off the bench ... first game was versus Saint Thomas Aquinas on Aug. 26 ... team went 4-1-2 in games he played in ... Dean’s List both semesters ... Previously: Attended Barbados Community College from 2005-07, where he played two years of soccer ... also attended Harrison’s College High School where he played soccer and swimming ... won an Under-17 Interschool Soccer Championship in 2004 ... was Most Valuable Player of the squad ... Personal: Rondel A. Ward ... son of Trevor and Hortensia Ward ... majoring in computer science ... is the first player from Barbados in program history.
Clockwise, from top left: Seniors Rondel Ward, Blake Schill, Ryan Gannon, Rob Pierce, and Andrew Scanlon lead the Purple Knights in 2010.
20 w Ryan Beck Jr. w D w 5-9 w 168 Salt Lake City, Utah 2009-10: Did not play on the SMC men’s soccer team... made Dean’s List spring 2010 semester ... As a Sophomore: One of three players on the team to start all 18 games ... tied for the team lead with two assists ... both assists came in 3-2 win versus Assumption on Oct. 25 ... goal came in season finale at Beck’s Career Stats Year GP G A P Bentley on Oct. 28 ... had seven shots, including two shots on goal ... 2009 DNP 2008 18 1 2 4 named to NE-10 All-Academic 1 1 Team ... made Dean’s List both 2007 17 0 Totals 35 1 3 5 semesters ... As a Freshman: Played in 17 games, including four starts ... first start came against Assumption on Sept. 15 ... assist came in collegiate debut, a 4-1 win against Bryant on Sept. 1 ... had 11 shots, including four shots on goal ... made Dean’s List both semesters ... High School: Played four years of soccer at Juan Diego Catholic High School, graduating in June 2007 ... a threetime All-State selection ... holds Utah state record for career assists (40) ... holds school record for single-season assists (15 as a junior) ... won state championship sophomore, junior and senior year ... a National Honor’s Society member ... Personal: Ryan Carl Beck ... son of Doug and Peggy Beck ... born August 29, 1988 ... majoring in political science ... brother, Jeff, played soccer at U M a i n e Farmington ... first player from Utah in program history.
Meet The Purple Knights 13 w Rob Irving (C) Jr. w D w 6-4 w 195 Oradell, N.J.
As a Sophomore: Appeared in and started all but one game ... recorded an assist in 2-0 win versus Johnson on Sept. 8 (assist came on game-winner) ... second on team in minutes played ... played at least 90 minutes in every contest ... As a Freshman: Appeared in eight games, including five starts (all five games from Sept. Irving’s Career Stats 20-Oct. 4) ... team was 3-4-1 in Year GP G A P games he appeared in, and 3-2 in 2009 16 0 1 1 games he started ... team allowed just 2008 8 0 0 0 10 goals in the eight games he played Totals 24 0 1 1 in ... High School: Played soccer and alpine skiing at Don Bosco Prep High School, graduating in 2007 ... won the New Jersey State Cup in 2005, and went to the Super Y League Nationals in 2006 ... was the MVP of his ski team as a junior ... Personal: Robert Daniel Irving ... son of Robert and Kathleen Irving ... born August 8, 1989 ... majoring in psychology... father, Robert, played football at Jersey City State College.
Meet The Purple Knights 30 w Chad Chapman So. w G w 6-3 w 185 East Burke, Vt.
As a Freshman: Did not see any game action ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient, and two-time Dean’s List member ... earned 4.0 GPA both semesters ... High School: Was a fouryear member of the Lyndon Institute’s soccer and alpine ski Chapman’s Career Stats teams ... ran track and field for three Year W-L-T GAA SV% years ... in soccer, made Burlington Free Press NVAC First Team All2009 DNP Totals 0-0-0 0.00 .000 League as a freshman and Second Team All-League as a sophomore ... made Caledonian Record All-Area Team as a sophomore and junior ... Personal: Charles Wesley Chapman, Jr. ... son of Charles and Barbara Chapman ... born July 5, 1991 ... undecided on a major.
16 w Marco DeLilli So. w F w 5-10 w 155 Gloversville, N.Y. As a Freshman: Attended Franklin Pierce University ... was not a member of the men’s soccer team ... High School: Played four years of soccer at Gloversville High School, graduating in 2009 ... a First-Team Foothills All-Star selection and FirstTeam Capital District All-Star selection in 2008 ... team captain as a senDeLilli’s Career Stats Year GP G A P ior ... Personal: Marco C. DeLilli ... son of Robert DeLilli and Robin 2009 DNP Totals 0 0 0 0 Lair ... born August 3, 1991 ... majoring in education, and minoring in history ... brother, Jackson DeLilli ’08, played two years of soccer at Saint Michael’s.
21 w Nick Colangelo So. w M w 6-0 w 155 Hampstead, N.C. As a Freshman: Appeared in 13 games with three starts ... made first collegiate appearance in season opener against Concordia on Aug. 28 ... scored first collegiate goal in 41 win versus Lyndon on Sept. 1 ... played season-high 36 minutes against Merrimack on Oct. 20 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Colangelo’s Career Stats recipient ... High School: Played Year GP G A P four years of soccer at Topsail High 2009 0 2 13 1 School for head coach Gordan Totals 13 1 0 2 Stansic ... was team’s leading goal scorer junior and senior year ... captained team as a senior ... was a National Honor Society member ... won state championship ... Personal: Nicholas Peters Colangelo ... son of Francis and Tia Colangelo ... born January 15, 1991 ... majoring in business administration.
9 w Dana DiPinto So. w M w 5-8 w 160 Woburn, Mass. As a Freshman: Served as team manager ... won team’s Unsung Hero award ... High School: Played four years of soccer, hockey and lacrosse at Woburn Memorial High School, graduating in 2008 ... named hockey team MVP as a senior ... helped soccer team make state tournament as a senior ... scored 100 DiPinto’s Career Stats points in hockey in his high school Year GP G A P career ... was lacrosse team’s MVP as 2009 DNP a senior ... played soccer and hockey Totals 0 0 0 0 for a post-grad year at the Tilton School ... Personal: Dana Joseph DiPinto ... son of Raymond and Donna DiPinto ... born June 4, 1990 ... sister, Briana, was a 2009 All-American gymnast at Southern Connecticut State University ... undecided on a major.
11 w Chris Eckels So. w D w 6-0 w 185 Colchester, Conn. As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC men’s soccer team ... High School: Played four years of varsity soccer and tennis at Bacon Academy ... also played club soccer for both the Northeast United Premier and Southeast Premier squads ... Personal: Christopher James Eckels ... son of James and Eckels’ Career Stats Year GP G A P Kathy Eckels ... born February 2, 1991 ... majoring in business admin2009 DNP Totals 0 0 0 0 istration, and minoring in philosophy.
00 w Logan Kingman So. w G w 6-3 w 180 New Bern, N.C. As a Freshman: Made one appearance in goal in 4-1 win over Lyndon on Sept. 1 ... played final 7:56, and did not face any shots ... High School: Played four years of soccer at New Bern High School ... was an All-Conference player and made AllArea Team sophomore through senKingman’s Career Stats ior year, making All Area team those Year W-L-T GAA SV% three years ... was All Region and 2009 0-0-0 0.00 .000 All-State senior year ... Personal: Totals 0-0-0 0.00 .000 Logan Tyler Kingman ... son of Paul and Jennifer Kingman ... born May 30, 1991 ... mother, Jennifer, played soccer for Bethany College ... has a sister, Jessica ... is majoring in engineering.
Meet The Purple Knights 14 w Ross Gruber So. w D w 6-3 w 170 Middlebury, Vt.
As a Freshman: Played, and started, the first 15 games of season ... fourth on team in minutes played ... made collegiate debut in season opener, a 1-0 win versus Concordia on Aug. 28 ... tallied an assist in 2-0 win at Johnson on Sept. 8 ... had three shots, including one shot on goal ... High School: Played four Gruber’s Career Stats years of soccer and one season of Year GP G A P basketball at Middlebury Union 2009 1 1 15 0 High School ... in soccer, in 2008, Totals 15 0 1 1 was Player of the Year, an All-State selection and Twin State Soccer selection ... state champion all but one year from 2003 to 2009 on Nordic club soccer team ... Personal: Ross Aaron Gruber ... son of Neil and JoAnne Gruber ... born January 18, 1991 ... has two older siblings, Adrian and Wesley ... is a journalism and mass communication major.
15 w Ben Lessard So. w F w 5-7 w 150 Allenstown, N.H. As a Freshman: Appeared in 15 games, making one start against Bentley on Sept. 30 ... named NE-10 Freshman of the Week on Oct. 19 ... made collegiate debut in 1-0 win versus Queens (N.Y.) on Aug. 29 ... played a season-high 74 minutes in 2-1 win against UMass Lowell on Oct. 14 ... scored game-winning goal Lessard’s Career Stats against American International on Year GP G A P Oct. 17 ... High School: Played four 2009 15 1 0 2 years of varsity soccer at Trinity Totals 15 1 0 2 High School ... was leading scorer junior and senior year ... team offensive Most Valuable Player and captain senior year ... was State Champion and New England Region Super Y Champion in 2007 while playing for Seacoast United club team ... was a Super Y U-15 North American AllLeague Team selection in 2007 ... Personal: Benjamin H. Lessard ... son of Paul and Michelle Lessard ... born August 8, 1991 ... undecided on a major.
Meet The Purple Knights
5 w Ryan McDermott So. w M w 6-0 w 165 Ramsey, N.J.
As a Freshman: Saw action in five games, playing a total of 71 minutes ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Concordia on Aug. 28 ... played in four of the first five games of the season ... team won all five games he played in ... High School: Played two years of varsity McDermott’s Career Stats soccer at Ramsey High School ... Year GP G A P helped team win Group II State 2009 5 0 0 0 Championship as a junior ... Totals 5 0 0 0 Personal: Ryan James McDermott ... son of Ed and Laura McDermott ... born September 3, 1991 ... undecided on major ... has a brother, Andrew.
12 w Ian Rowe So. w M w 5-7 w 155 Waterville, Maine As a Freshman: Appeared in 13 games with five starts (first start was at Assumption on Sept. 25) ... made collegiate debut in 3-0 win versus Saint Rose on Sept. 5 ... recorded first career assist in 2-1 win against UMass Lowell on Oct. 14 ... played season-high 91 minutes against Le Moyne on Oct. 3 ... High School: Rowe’s Career Stats Year GP G A P Was a four-year soccer and hockey 2009 13 0 1 1 athlete at Waterville Senior High Totals 13 0 1 1 School ... also participated in outdoor track for three years ... in soccer, was elected to the All-State soccer team, the Eastern Class A All-Star Team, and All-Conference First Team as a junior ... made All-Conference First Team again as a senior ... in hockey, made AllState First Team as a junior and senior ... won Class A Hockey Championship as a senior ... was the Morning Sentinel Hockey Player of the Year in 2009 ... Personal: Ian Michael Rowe ... son of Stephen Rowe and Julie Deacon ... born December 31, 1990 ... majoring in business administration ... father played baseball at Dakota Wesleyan University and mother was a gymnast at University of Maine.
4 w Eric Parziale So. w D w 5-9 w 150 Pinehurst, N.C. As a Freshman: Played soccer at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. ... saw action in four games ... a Dean’s Scholar in fall 2009 semester ... High School: Competed in soccer, baseball and tennis at Pinecrest High School ... received soccer team MVP honors and All-Conference accolades as a senior ... team reached state quarterfinals as a senior ... Personal: Eric James Parziale ... son of Dean and Laura Parziale ... born May 31, 1991 ... brother, Dana, plays tennis at Bryant University ... majoring in mathematics.
Parziale’s Career Stats Year GP G A P 2009* 4 0 0 0 Totals 4 0 0 0 * - Trinity (Conn.)
25 w Steve Scanlon So. w M w 6-1 w 185 East Sandwich, Mass. As a Freshman: Played in 11 games with seven starts ... made collegiate debut in 4-1 win versus Lyndon on Sept. 1 ... started seven consecutive contests (Sept. 30-Oct. 24), collecting his first career assist against Merrimack on Oct. 20 ... played at least 90 minutes in six straight games from Sept. 30-Oct. 20 ... High Scanlon’s Career Stats School: Played varsity soccer and Year GP G A P basketball all four years at Sandwich 2009 11 0 1 1 High School ... played baseball fresh- Totals 11 0 1 1 man year ... was Atlantic Coast AllStar senior year in both basketball and soccer ... was captain of both sports teams senior year ... was Cape and Islands All-Star senior year ... played for Crusaders United club soccer ... Personal: Stephen James Scanlon ... son of Michael and Maribeth Scanlon ... born June 2, 1991 ... older brother, Andrew, is a senior on the team. ... majoring in business administration, and minoring in marketing.
3 w Colin Thompson So. w M w 5-8 w 160 Saint Albans, Vt. As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC men’s soccer team ... earned 4.0 GPA in both semesters, landing on the Dean’s List ... High School: Played three years of soccer and four years of basketball at Bellows Free Academy-Saint Albans ... his soccer coach was current SMC Thompson’s Career Stats assistant coach Jeff Moulton ... an Year GP G A P All-State selection as a junior ... Personal: Colin Timothy 2009 DNP Totals 0 0 0 0 Thompson ... son of Dan Thompson and Cindy Racine ... born November 17, 1990 ... majoring in accounting.
24 w Chris George Fr. w M w 5-10 w 155 Stratham, N.H. High School: Played three years of soccer and two years of skiing at Exeter High School ... a soccer AllState honorable mention recipient as a junior and senior ... served as soccer team captain as a senior ... team lost in Class L state championship as a senior ... participated in U.S. Development Soccer Academy from 2007-09 ... five-time New Hampshire state champion with Seacoast United soccer club ... Personal: Christopher Morgan George ... son of Ken and Judy George ... born April 14, 1992 ... majoring in business administration ... has two younger siblings.
10 w Omar Khartabil Fr. w M w 6-0 w 171 Hampstead, N.H. High School: Played four years of soccer, three years of basketball, two years of track, and a year of skiing at the Pinkerton Academy, graduating in 2009 ... captained soccer team as a senior ... won Class L State Championship in soccer ... played a post-graduate year at Bridgton Academy ... soccer team went undefeated, posting the best record in Bridgton history. Personal: Omar Adib Khartabil ... son of Adib and Judy Khartabil ... born March 12, 1991 ... majoring in business administration, and minoring in finance ... sister, Tania, plays soccer at the University of Vermont.
Meet The Purple Knights
17 w David Clough Fr. w D w 6-4 w 185 Mount Vernon, Maine
High School: Played four years of soccer, baseball and basketball at Maranacook Community High School ... two-time First Team AllConference selection for soccer and 2009 Conference Player of the Year ... First Team All-Conference for baseball in 2009 ... won 2008 Class B state championship in basketball ... Personal: David James Clough ... son of James and Jessie Clough ... born May 23, 1992 ... majoring in engineering.
23 w Logan Kelly Fr. w D w 5-8 w 155 Anchorage, Alaska High School: Played four years of soccer and three seasons of cross country at Robert Service High School ... two-time All-Conference selection in soccer ... named team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and won Coaches Award as a senior ... First Team All-State in soccer as a sophomore ... Personal: Logan Kevin Kelly ... son of Edward Kelly and Sondra Lloyd ... born September 24, 1991 ... majoring in biology ... has three younger siblings.
19 w Anthony Stanley Fr. w M w 6-0 w 160 La Ceiba, Honduras High School: Played soccer and volleyball at Santa Teresa Bilingual School (Honduras), graduating in 2009 ... won team MVP as a sophomore and junior ... attended Saint Johnsbury (Vt.) Academy in 2009-10 academic year ... Personal: Anthony Edwards Stanley ... son of Durby and Wilma Stanley ... born March 25, 1991 ... majoring in engineering ... is believed to be the first player from Honduras in program history.
England Preseason Trip
Nineteen members of the Saint Michael’s College men’s soccer team, plus three coaches, kicked off their 2010 preseason in style from August 10-17, as the squad visited England for a week of training, top-flight competition, and world-class soccer action. Led by third-year head coach and English native James Franklin, Saint Michael’s left Boston’s Logan International Airport on August 10, arriving in London’s Heathrow Airport the next morning. The Purple Knights spent three days in greater London, and four days in nearby Cheshire, during their visit to the United Kingdom, before returning to Boston on August 17. Saint Michael’s played three games against high-level semiprofessional teams during its tour, organized by XL Travel Inc. of Raleigh, N.C. The Purple The Saint Michael’s men’s soccer team spent three days in greater London (top), and earned a Knights faced Gray’s Athletic draw with Gray’s Athletic FC in London on August 12. FC in London on August 12 at 6:30 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and two days later, took on Knuttsford FC in Cheshire at 10:30 a.m. GMT. The Purple Knights earned draws in both of those contests. Saint Michael’s third and final game of its trip was played on August 15, and the Purple Knights suffered a one-goal loss. In addition, the squad practiced at some of the finest soccer facilities in the world. Upon arrival in London on August 11, Saint Michael’s trained with English Premier League coaches. During their time in Cheshire, the Purple Knights practiced at the state-of-the-art hotel facility that opponents train at when in town to face elite club Manchester United. As part of the tour, Saint Michael’s also attended two opening-day Premier League matches. On August 14, the Purple Knights attended the seasonopening match between the Bolton Wanderers and Fulham (featuring United States National Team standout Clint Dempsey). On August 16, Saint Michael’s capped off its amazing week by attending the prime-time match featuring Manchester United and Newcastle United, taking place at historic Old Trafford Stadium (below). “We’re excited about the opportunity to extend our preseason and experience a soccer-crazed nation at a time when their professional season is starting,” said Franklin prior to the trip. “This chance to bond as a team should make us a better squad as we approach the 2010 season.” While playing and watching soccer was the primary focus of the trip, players and coaches also enjoyed plenty of sightseeing opportunities as well. The team experienced a cruise on the Thames River on August 12 as part of a tour of London, and took A view of Old Trafford Stadium, where the Saint Michael’s men’s soccer team a sightseeing tour of the Cheshire countryside on watched a match between Manchester United and Newcastle United on August 14. August 16.
No. Player 11 Jared Berry 8 Ryan Gannon 22 Rondel Ward 6 Blake Schill 18 Andrew Scanlon 7 Rob Pierce 10 Michael Garcia 4 Jordan Diana 15 Ben Lessard 21 Nick Colangelo 13 Rob Irving 12 Ian Rowe 24 Torrey Crossman 25 Steve Scanlon 14 Ross Gruber 20 Joe Ruggieri 9 Ryan Horan 16 Dean Akins 19 Alex Davidson 5 Ryan McDermott 2 Paul Hogan Saint Michael’s Totals Opponent Totals
Yr/Pos. GP-GS Sr./M 17-16 Jr./M 17-17 Jr./F 13-9 Jr./M 17-16 Jr./D 14-12 Jr./F 11-4 Fr./F 15-10 Fr./M 14-12 Fr./M 15-1 Fr./M 13-3 Jr./D 16-16 Fr./F 13-5 Fr./M 14-0 Fr./D 11-7 Fr./D 15-15 Sr./M 13-4 Jr./M 11-6 Jr./D 11-10 Fr./F 3-0 Fr./M 5-0 Fr./M 14-7 17 17
G 6 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 16
Overall A 4 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 14
P 16 12 8 8 6 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 68 46
GWG 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 5
G 5 2 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 15
SVS 0 73 73 61
SV% .000 .818 .818 .701
GA 0 16 16 26
Northeast-10 A 2 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 13
P 12 8 8 4 2 4 3 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 43
G 13 5 5 8 3 5 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0
SMC Career A 6 6 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0
P 32 16 10 19 7 10 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 13 1 0 0 0
Goalkeeping Statistics 00 Logan Kingman 1 Jason Burnett Saint Michael’s Totals Opponent Totals
Yr. Fr. Sr.
Goals By Period Saint Michael’s Opponents
1 12 4
2 13 10
OT 0 1
OT2 1 1
Total 26 16
Saves By Period Saint Michael’s Opponents
1 35 29
2 30 25
OT 7 2
OT2 1 5
Total 73 61
Shots By Period Saint Michael’s Opponents
1 102 85
2 92 103
OT 3 15
OT2 10 5
Total 207 208
Corner Kicks Saint Michael’s Opponents
1 36 25
2 43 29
OT 3 7
OT2 4 1
Total 86 62
Date 8/28 8/29 9/1 9/5 9/8 9/12 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/30 10/3 10/10 10/14 10/17 10/20 10/24 10/28
Opponent Concordia (Montreal)# Queens (N.Y.)# at Lyndon at Saint Rose* at Johnson at Franklin Pierce* at Southern Conn.* Saint Anselm* at Assumption* Bentley* Le Moyne* Southern N.H.* at UMass Lowell* American Intl.* Merrimack* New Haven* at Stonehill*
GP-GS W-L-T MIN 1-0 0-0-0 7:56 17-17 9-5-3 1617:22 17 9-5-3 1625:18 17 5-9-3 1625:18
2009 Statistics & Results
GAA SO/CB 0.00 0/0 0.89 8/0 0.89 8/0 1.44 5
Result SMC Scorers (G-A) Goalkeeper (SV) W, 1-0 Schill (1-0), Berry (0-1) Burnett (1) W, 1-0 A. Scanlon (1-0), Berry (0-1) Burnett (4) W, 4-1 Berry (1-0), Colangelo (1-0), A. Scanlon (1-0), Schill (1-0) Burnett (1), Kingman (0) W, 3-0 Ward (2-0), Gannon (1-0), Berry (0-2) Burnett (5) W, 2-0 Gannon (2-0), Gruber (0-1), Irving (0-1) Burnett (2) L, 2-0 --Burnett (2) T, 0-0 --Burnett (5) L, 3-2 (2ot) Berry (1-0), Diana (1-0), Schill (0-1) Burnett (11) L, 1-0 (ot) --Burnett (6) T, 2-2 Berry (2-0) Burnett (2) T, 0-0 --Burnett (3) L, 1-0 --Burnett (6) W, 2-1 (2ot) Gannon (1-1), Schill (1-0), Rowe (0-1) Burnett (7) W, 1-0 Lessard (1-0), Gannon (0-1) Burnett (3) L, 4-2 Pierce (1-0), A. Scanlon (1-0), Crossman (0-1), S. Scanlon (0-1), Schill (0-1) Burnett (6) W, 2-1 Pierce (1-0), Ward (1-0), Gannon (0-1) Burnett (2) W, 4-0 Berry (2-0), Garcia (1-1), Ward (1-0), Gannon (0-1) Burnett (7)
* Northeast-10 Conference game # DoubleTree Kickoff Classic Overall: 9-5-3 w Conference: 5-5-3 w Non-Conference: 4-0-0 w Home: 4-3-2 w Away: 5-2-1
Year-By-Year Records Year W L T 1960 2 1 0 1961 1 4 1 1962 5 5 0 1963 4 2 2 1964 1 7 0 1965 3 7 0 1966 6 3 1 1967 2 8 1 1968 0 9 1 1969 0 10 0 1970 4 6 0 1971 3 7 0 1972 5 5 1 1973 1 10 0 1974 4 5 2 1975 1 10 0 1976 3 6 1
Coach Dr. Armando Citarella Dr. Armando Citarella Dr. Armando Citarella Dr. Armando Citarella Warren Gingras Tony Jaremczuk Tony Jaremczuk Tony Jaremczuk Robert Quinn Robert Quinn Tony Jaremczuk Tony Jaremczuk Tony Jaremczuk Tony Jaremczuk Chris Harris Bill Willey Bill Willey
Year W L T 1977 2 8 0 1978 2 8 1 1979 3 7 2 1980 3 9 1 1981 5 7 1 1982 4 8 0 1983 1 10 2 1984 7 6 1 1985 8 6 2 1986 13 3 1 1987 7 6 5 1988 9 8 3 1989 6 11 2 1990 7 10 1 1991 3 11 3 1992 6 11 0 1993 7 8 1
Coach Bill Willey Bill Willey Bill Willey Bill Willey Bill Willey Ben McDivitt Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson Les Johnson
Coach Year W L T 1994 6 10 0 Les Johnson 1995 4 12 2 Les Johnson 1996 6 8 3 Les Johnson 1997 4 13 0 Tim Kaleita 1998 6 10 2 Tim Kaleita 1999 5 11 1 Tim Kaleita 2000 7 9 2 Tim Kaleita 2001 7 11 0 Tim Kaleita 2002 3 11 4 Tim Kaleita 2003 7 10 1 Tim Kaleita 2004 4 13 1 Tim Kaleita 2005 7 10 1 Tim Kalieta 2006 11 5 4 Wade Jean 2007 10 5 4 Wade Jean 2008 7 8 3 James Franklin 2009 9 5 3 James Franklin 50 seasons 241-393-67 .386 win %
Coach Wade Jean James Franklin Dr. Armando Citarella Chris Harris Les Johnson Tony Jaremczuk Tim Kaleita Ben McDivitt Bill Willey Warren Gingras Robert Quinn
Years 2006-07 (2) 2008-present (2) 1960-63 (4) 1974 (1) 1983-96 (14) 1965-67, 1970-73 (7) 1997-2005 (9) 1982 (1) 1975-81 (7) 1964 (1) 1968-69 (2)
Record 21-10-8 16-13-6 12-12-3 4-5-2 90-120-26 24-46-3 50-98-11 4-8-0 19-55-6 1-7-0 0-19-1
Pct. .641 .543 .500 .455 .436 .349 .349 .333 .275 .125 .025
Les Johnson, the Purple Knights’ coach from 1983-96, holds the school record with 90 victories, and guided Saint Michael’s to a program-best 13 wins in 1986. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.
All-Time Scoring Leaders
Player David Antonioli ’96 Goeff Starr ’87 Glenn Sherman ’07 Yoshikazu Ishii ’08 Jeff Winterton ’93 Dave Belliveau ’89 Scott Robinson ’02 Azagoh St. Ambrose ’85 Paul Kenney ’83 Mike Nicosia ’03 Pablo Noguera ’05
Years 1992-95 1983-86 2003-06 2005-08 1989-92 1985-88 1998-01 1981-84 1979-82 1999-02 2001-04
G 49 28 28 20 20 12 18 13 12 15 16
A 14 17 11 9 6 18 6 14 16 9 7
P 112 73 67 49 46 42 42 40 40 David Antonioli ’96 holds nearly every Saint Michael’s men’s 39 soccer scoring record, including career goals (49) and points 39 (112).
Scoring Records Most Goals Half: 3, by Jack Davidson vs. Windham College, 1963 3, by David Antonioli vs. American Intl., 10/11/92 3, by David Antonioli vs. Assumption, 10/23/93 3, by David Antonioli vs. Assumption, 10/22/94 3, by David Antonioli vs. American Intl., 10/15/94 Game: 4, by Bill Jaremczuk vs. Castleton, 1965 4, by David Antonioli vs. AIC, 10/15/94 4, by David Antonioli vs. AIC, 10/22/94 Season: 17, by David Antonioli, 1994 (16 games) Rookie Season: 11, by David Antonioli, 1992 (17 games) Career: 49, by David Antonioli, 1992-95 Most Assists Half: 2, by 12 players (last by Matt Healy, first half vs. Castleton, 9/5/07) Game: 3, by Dave Belliveau vs. Lyndon State, 9/22/86 3, Ken O'Toole vs. Johnson State, 9/23/96 Season: 7, by Geoff Starr, 1986 7, by Dave Belliveau, 1986 and 1988 Rookie Season: 6, by David Antonioli, 1992 Career: 18, by Dave Belliveau, 1985-88 Most Points Half: 7 (3-1-7) by Bill Jaremczuk vs. Castleton State, 1965 7 (3-1-7) by David Antonioli vs. American Int'l, 1/92 Game: 9 (4-1-9) by Bill Jaremczuk vs. Castleton State, 1965 9 (4-1-9) by David Antonioli vs. American Int'l, 10/15/94 9 (4-1-9) by David Antonioli vs. Assumption, 10/22/94 Season: 40 (17-6-40) by David Antonioli, 1994 Rookie Season: 28 (11-6-28) by David Antonioli, 1992 Career: 112 (49-14-112) by David Antonioli, 1992-95
Geoff Starr â€™87, second in career scoring
Individual & Team Records
Goalkeeping Records Most Saves Half: 15, by Dick Endrelunas vs. Middlebury, 1961 Game: 29, by Jon Zaffino vs. Southern N.H., 10/6/90 Season: 191, by Paul Barous, 1988 Career: 635, by Jon Zaffino, 1990-93 Fewest Goals Allowed Season: 10, by John Jordan, 1986 (16 games) Career: 33, by Paul Barous, 1986-88 (38 games) Most Shutouts Season: 10, by Paul Barous, 1988 Career: 19, by John Jordan, 1984-86 Lowest Goals Against Average (by starting goalkeeper) Season: 0.60, by John Jordan, 1986 (16 games) Career: 0.82, by Paul Barous, 1986-88 (38 games) Highest Save Percentage (by starting goaltender) Season: .934, by Paul Barous, 1987 (16 gs, 184 svs, 13 ga) Career: .921, by Paul Barous, 1986-88 (38 gs, 386 svs, 33ga)
Team Records Most Wins, Season - 13, 1986 Most Ties, Season - 5, 1987 Most Losses, Season - 13, 1997 and 2004 Best Conference Record 6-1-2 in Northeast-10 Conference (2nd), 1988 Best Winning Percentage - 813, in 1986 (13-3-0) Longest Winning Streak 7 games, from 10/4/96 - 10/25/96 7 games, from 9/5/97 - 9/27/97 Fewest Wins, Season - 0, 1968 and 1969 Worst Winning Percentage - .000, 1969 (0-10-0) Longest Losing Streak 18 games, from 9/14/68-9/8/70 Most Goals, Game - 10 vs. Windham College, 10/17/63 Most Goals, Season - 32 in 1994 (16 games) Most Points, Game - 27 vs. Windham College, 10/17/63 Most Points, Season - 87, (29-29-87) in 1986 Most Assists, Season - 29, in 1986 Fewest Goals, Season 8, in 1964 (8 games) 16, in 2002 (18 games) Fewest Assists, Season 4, in 1964 (8 games) 9, in 2002 (18 games) Fewest Points, Season 20, in 1964 (8-4-20; 8 games) 41, in 2002 (16-9-41; 18 games) Fewest Goals Allowed, Season - 12, in 1986 Most Goals Allowed, Game 8 vs. Springfield, 11/2/91 8 vs. Middlebury, 9/13/94 8 vs. Southern Connecticut, 9/6/97 Most Goals Allowed, Season - 53, in 1997 Fastest Goal, Start of Game 27 seconds, by Rob Pierce versus Saint Rose (1-0 win), 10/7/08 Longest Scoreless Streak 476:52, 10/13/03 - 8/28/04
American International College Yellow Jackets Game #14: Oct. 16 at Springfield, Mass.
Location: Springfield, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,743 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: John Homer Miller Field Athletic Director: Richard Bedard Head Coach: Fred Balbino Alma Mater (year): Westfield State ’94 School Record (yrs.): 83-119-14 (12) 2009 Record: 8-11-0 Conference Record/Finish: 5-8-0/10th Sports Info. Director: Darryl Konicki SID Phone: 413.205.3572 SID Fax: 413.205.3571 Web Site: www.aicyellowjackets.com
Bloomfield College Deacons Game #6: Sept. 12 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Bloomfield, N.J. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Athletic Collegiate Home Field: Brookdale Park Athletic Director: Sheila Wooten Head Coach: Peter-John Falloon Alma Mater (year): Kean ’05 School Record (yrs.): 18-18-4 (2) 2009 Record: 8-11-2 Conference Record/Finish: 6-4-1/4th Sports Info. Director: Andy Mees SID Phone: 973.748.9000 x.788 SID Fax: N/A Web Site: www.bcdeacons.com
Johnson State College Badgers Game #1: Sept. 2 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Johnson, Vt. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: North Atlantic Home Field: Minaert Field Athletic Director: Barbara Lougee Head Coach: Ray Campanile Alma Mater (year): Johnson ’99 School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009 Record: 6-8-3 Conference Record/Finish: 2-5-0/6th Sports Info. Director: Michael Osborne SID Phone: 802.635.1470 SID Fax: 802.635.1497 Web Site: www.jsc.edu/athletics
Assumption College Greyhounds Game #9: Sept. 25 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Worcester, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,150 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Rocheleau Field Athletic Director: Ted Paulauskas Head Coach: Ryan Levesque Alma Mater (year): Vermont ’96 School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009 Record: 9-6-3 Conference Record/Finish: 6-5-2/t6th Sports Info. Director: Steve Morris SID Phone: 508.767.7240 SID Fax: 508.798.2568 Web Site: www.assumptiongreyhounds.com Dowling College Golden Lions Game #2: Sept. 4 at Brookhaven, N.Y.
Location: Oakdale, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 6,300 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: East Coast Home Field: Golden Lions Field Athletic Director: Rick Cole, Jr. Head Coach: John DiRico Alma Mater (year): RPI School Record (yrs.): 225-74-35 (18) 2009 Record: 13-5-1 Conference Record/Finish: 5-2-0/2nd Sports Info. Director: Brian Scios SID Phone: 631.244.3236 SID Fax: Web Site: www.dowlingathletics.com
Le Moyne College Dolphins Game #11: Oct. 2 at Syracuse, N.Y.
Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,784 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Niland Athletic Complex Athletic Director: Matt Bassett Head Coach: Tom Bonus Alma Mater (year): Plattsburgh ’93 School Record (yrs.): 121-61-17 (10) 2009 Record: 18-3-3 Conference Record/Finish: 10-2-1/t2nd Sports Info. Director: Kevin McNeill SID Phone: 315.445.4412 SID Fax: 315.445.4678 Web Site: www.lemoynedolphins.com
Bentley University Falcons Game #10: Sept. 28 at Waltham, Mass.
Location: Waltham, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,016 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Bentley Athletic Field Athletic Director: Bob DeFelice Head Coach: Gary Crompton Alma Mater (year): Maine ’92 School Record (yrs.): 15-18-4 (2) 2009 Record: 6-10-2 Conference Record/Finish: 6-5-2/t6th Sports Info. Director: Dick Lipe SID Phone: 781.891.2334 SID Fax: 781.891.2648 Web Site: www.bentley.edu/athletics
Franklin Pierce University Ravens Game #18: Oct. 30 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Rindge, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Sodexho Field Athletic Director: Bruce Kirsh Head Coach: Craig Stewart Alma Mater (year): Loughborough ’02 School Record (yrs.): 13-5-3 (1) 2009 Record: 13-5-3 Conference Record/Finish: 10-2-1/t2nd Sports Info. Director: Doug DeBiase SID Phone: 603.899.4222 SID Fax: 603.899.4328 Web Site: http://athletics.franklinpierce.edu Lyndon State College Hornets Game #4: Sept. 9 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Lyndonville, Vt. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,521 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: Nort Atlantic Home Field: Lyndon State Athletic Field Athletic Director: Christopher Ummer Head Coach: Peter Kellaway Alma Mater (year): Lyndon State ’84 School Record (yrs.): N/A (7) 2009 Record: 4-10-3 Conference Record/Finish: 1-5-1/7th Sports Info. Director: Bill Johnson SID Phone: 802.626.6341 SID Fax: 802.626.4819 Web Site: www.lyndonstate.edu/athletics
University of Massachusetts Lowell River Hawks Game #13: Oct. 12 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Lowell, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 8,031 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Cushing Field Athletic Director: Dana Skinner Head Coach: Bryan Scales Alma Mater (year): Hartwick ’91 School Record (yrs.): 4-12-0 (1) 2009 Record: 4-12-0 Conference Record/Finish: 3-10-0/12th Sports Info. Director: Chris O’Donnell SID Phone: 978.934.2306 SID Fax: 978.934.2313 Web Site: www.goriverhawks.com
Saint Anselm College Hawks Game #8: Sept. 22 at Manchester, N.H.
Location: Manchester, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Melucci Field Athletic Director: Ed Cannon Head Coach: Peter Ramsey Alma Mater (year): Keene State ’76 School Record (yrs.): 34-46-10 (5) 2009 Record: 7-9-3 Conference Record/Finish: 6-5-2/t6th Sports Info. Director: Ken Johnson, Jr. SID Phone: 603.641.7810 SID Fax: 603.641.7172 Web Site: http://athletics.anselm.edu
Southern Connecticut State University Owls Game #7: Sept. 18 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: New Haven, Conn. Undergraduate Enrollment: 7,114 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Jess Dow Field Athletic Director: Patricia Nicol Head Coach: Tom Lang Alma Mater (year): Adelphi ’81 School Record (yrs.): 198-38-33 (13) 2009 Record: 14-5-2 Conference Record/Finish: 9-3-1/4th Sports Info. Director: Michael Kobylanski SID Phone: 203.392.6005 SID Fax: 203.392.6006 Web Site: www.southernctowls.com
Merrimack College Warriors Game #15: Oct. 20 at North Andover, Mass.
Location: North Andover, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,300 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Merrimack Athletic Field Athletic Director: Glenn Hofmann Head Coach: Tony Martone Alma Mater (year): Boston College ’81 School Record (yrs.): 272-230-39 (28) 2009 Record: 11-7-1 Conference Record/Finish: 9-4-0/5th Sports Info. Director: Brad Davis SID Phone: 978.837.5364 SID Fax: 978.837.5032 Web Site: www.merrimackathletics.com
The College of Saint Rose Golden Knights Game #3: Sept. 7 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Albany, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,980 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Albany Academy Athletic Director: Catherine Cummings Haker Head Coach: Chris Gilmore Alma Mater (year): Plymouth ’81 School Record (yrs.): 5-27-2 (2) 2009 Record: 2-15-1 Conference Record/Finish: 1-11-1/13th Sports Info. Director: David Alexander SID Phone: 518.458.5491 SID Fax: 518.458.5457 Web Site: www.gogoldenknights.com Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Game #12: Oct. 6 at Manchester, N.H.
Location: Manchester, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,600 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Penmen Field Athletic Director: Chip Polak Head Coach: Marc Hubbard Alma Mater (year): Colgate ’03 School Record (yrs.): 29-7-8 (2) 2009 Record: 14-4-4 Conference Record/Finish: 10-1-2/1st Sports Info. Director: Greg Royce SID Phone: 603.645.9638 SID Fax: 603.645.9686 Web Site: http://snhupenmen.com
University of New Haven Chargers Game #16: Oct. 24 at West Haven, Conn.
Location: West Haven, Conn. Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Kayo Field Athletic Director: Deborah Chin Head Coach: Joshua Krusewski Alma Mater (year): SCSU ’83 School Record (yrs.): 11-41-1 (3) 2009 Record: 1-17-0 Conference Record/Finish: 0-13-0/14th Sports Info. Director: Andrew Beardsley SID Phone: 203.932.7025 SID Fax: 203.932.7470 Web Site: www.newhavenchargers.com
Saint Thomas Aquinas College Spartans Game #5: Sept. 11 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Sparkill, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,800 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: East Coast Home Field: North Rockland Senior Association Athletic Director: Gerry Oswald Head Coach: Graham Brown Alma Mater (year): N/A School Record (yrs.): N/A 2009 Record: 7-9-1 Conference Record/Finish: 2-5-0/7th Sports Info. Director: Kim Lusk SID Phone: 845.398.4026 SID Fax: N/A Web Site: www.stacathletics.com Stonehill College Skyhawks Game #17: Oct. 26 at Colchester, Vt.
Location: Easton, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,347 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: Skyhawk Field Athletic Director: Paula J. Sullivan Head Coach: Jim Reddish Alma Mater (year): Stonehill ’96 School Record (yrs.): 11-19-4 (2) 2009 Record: 7-9-1 Conference Record/Finish: 3-9-1/11th Sports Info. Director: Doug Monson SID Phone: 508.565.1352 SID Fax: 508.565.1504 Web Site: www.stonehillskyhawks.com
President Dr. John J. Neuhauser Dr. John J. (Jack) Neuhauser, enters his fourth year as the 16th president of Saint Michael’s College in 2010-11. He was named President on August 1, 2007, and was inaugurated on September 29, 2007. Neuhauser spent the two years prior to joining Saint Michael’s as University Professor of Boston College. From 1999 to 2005, he served as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College. From 1977 to 1999, Dr. Neuhauser served as dean and professor of the Boston College Carroll School of Management. “I’ve come to know and admire Saint Michael’s College as a trustee for five years, and quite literally, to know this place is to love it,” Professor Neuhauser said, on being named the next president of the college. “The academic qualities of Saint Michael’s, its faculty commitment to scholarship and teaching, the enthusiasm and curiosity of its students, and its talented administration and staff, should put it in the first ranks of liberal arts colleges. That is the path I hope we will follow together,” he said. “I only hope to be able to continue the strong legacy of Marc and Dana vanderHeyden [Saint Michael’s current president and his wife] and their predecessors.”
During his six years as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College, Professor Neuhauser was responsible for leadership of the faculty in seven schools and colleges, containing 670 full-time faculty members, and nearly 400 part-time. During this time the number of full-time faculty increased by 50 and the number of endowed professorships more than doubled, to 45. Half the new faculty were persons of color. As dean of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, Professor Neuhauser led a redesign of the MBA program to promote socially responsible, ethical management and to offer several joint degree programs: MBA-MSA, MBAJD and MBA-Ph.D. He is also credited with raising $20 million on his own for the Carroll School. A native of New York City, Dr. Neuhauser earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Manhattan College in 1964, a master’s in operations research and statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1965, and a doctorate in operations research and statistics: mathematics, also from Rensselaer, in 1968. Professor Neuhauser is described “as an academic leader who strives for excellence first,” and as a person who is “very comfortable providing leadership within the framework of a strong Catholic institution.” Jack Neuhauser has been a member of the Saint Michael's College Board of Trustees since 2001. He is the father of three grown children. He has completed the Boston Marathon seven times.
Geri Knortz, Ed.D. M’05 Athletics Director On May 7, 1997, Geraldine S. Knortz, Ed.D., became the fifth athletics director in the College’s 93-year history, and the first woman to ever hold the position. “We were looking for someone with the leadership abilities to carry Saint Michael's into the 21st century, with concern for all students,” then-college president Marc A. vanderHeyden said. “I am convinced we have found the right person in Geri Knortz.” While at Saint Michael's, Knortz has guided the successful transition of the women’s ice hockey program to varsity status and the men’s ice hockey program’s move to the ECAC East Conference. Knortz has also been instrumental in the addition of numerous fulltime coaching positions, improvements to coaches offices, the renovation of the Ross Sports Center gymnasium floor in 2001, and the construction of the Duffy Artificial Turf Field in 2005. Under her leadership, notable team successes include the field hockey team’s semifinal finish at the 2000 and 2001 NCAA Championship, the men’'s basketball “Sweet Sixteen” appearance in 2001, and the crowning of the men’s hockey team as the 1999 NCAA Division II Champions. The last three years, the women’s tennis team earned the program’s first three appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament, and the men’s ice hockey team was crowned Northeast10 Conference Tournament champions twice in the last three years. Knortz has been a member of many college committees at Saint Michael's including: strategic planning, athletic advisory, technology steering, administrative council, and numerous search committees. At the national level, she currently serves on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics, and is past chair of the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee and the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee for the Northeast District. She is also active with the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators. Knortz prepared well for her opportunity at Saint Michael's during a very successful 15 year career at Hamilton College, where she held the position of associate director of athletics and senior woman administrator. She was also a professor of physical education (tenured 1987), and coached two varsity sports: volleyball and softball. She is a 1974 graduate (magna cum laude) of the State University of New York at Cortland, where she earned a bachelor of science in physical education and mathematics. She went on to earn her master of science in education at Northern Illinois University in 1978, and a master of science in administration at Saint Michael's in 2005.
Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Associate Athletics Director
Now in his third decade as a college employee, Chris Kenny - the College’s associate athletic director - is primarily responsible for NCAA compliance, marketing, development, and sport administration. Kenny is a product of Saint Michael’s, earning a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and master of science degree in administration and management at the College. After a brief stint as public relations director in the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies minor league systems following graduation, he returned to his alma mater to be the College’s sports information direc-
Athletic Administration Zaf Bludevich Senior Associate Athletics Director
A member of the athletic department since 1975, Zaf Bludevich has been involved in nearly every aspect of Saint Michael’s athletics since his arrival more than three decades ago. Bludevich has served as associate athletic director, head athletics trainer, summer camp director, intramural director and has coached several sports. From 1975 to 2003, he served as the College’s head athletic trainer, and in 2004 was promoted to his current title. A 1993 Saint Michael’s Hall of Fame inductee, Bludevich has served on numerous committees and received several awards for his tireless efforts and dedication to Purple Knights athletics. He has held the positions of treasurer and secretary on the Vermont Association of Athletic Trainers and been a member of the NCAA Ice Hockey Rules and Women’s Championship committees and ECAC Cross Country and Track Committee. Bludevich’s longest tenure in a coaching position was 16 years with the cross country program, though he split his time between the men’s (1980-83, 1990-97) and women’s (1980-87) squads. In 1984 and 1985, his women’s squad won the Mideast Conference title. He was the co-head coach of the men’s swimming and diving team during its first four seasons of existence (1974-78). In 1975, he coached the school’s field hockey team, and in 1990 he assisted Lou DiMasi’s men’s lacrosse team. A 1974 graduate of Norwich University (and 2004 Norwich Hall of Fame inductee), where he received his bachelor’s degree in physical education, he earned his master’s in education/athletic training in 1975. In 1991, he received a degree in physical therapy from the University of Vermont. tor, a position he held for eight years. Following his term as the school’s SID, he served as Director of Athletic External Affairs for two years, before being promoted first to Assistant, then Associate Athletic Director. A well-known face around campus, Kenny is a member of several committees, both on campus and in the outer realm of college athletics. A former member of the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee, he is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators, and the National Association of Athletics Compliance Coordinators. He is also a member of Leadership Champlain’s Class of 2005. A division of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Champlain is a prestigious year-long program focused on developing professional leadership and awareness of community issues facing Vermont. On campus, he is a member of the College’s Athletic Task Force, Athletic Advisory Council, and Judicial Review Board, and chairs the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee. Kenny is also an active volunteer in and outside the Burlington community. He serves on the Vermont State Sports Council, is a member of the board of directors for Big Apple Basketball (a non-profit corporation committed to helping New York City kids achieve their dream of a college education), and volunteers for Vermont’s Camp TaKum-Ta (a residential summer camp for children with cancer) having served the camp as a member of its board of directors for 10 years. He is also the Executive Director of the Robert J. Kenny Memorial Golf Tournament, which endows camping scholarships at the Clara Barton Camp for girls with diabetes in memory of his late father, and is a member of the Barton Center’s “Friends of Barton.”
Jim Murdock Head Athletic Trainer
Jim Murdock, an athletic trainer with nearly 30 years of collegiate experience, enters his second year as Saint Michael’s head athletic trainer in 2010-11. Murdock joins Saint Michael’s after spending 11 years as an athletic trainer at the University of Vermont, including five years as head athletic trainer and assistant director of the Center for Health and Wellbeing. As head athletic trainer, he worked with all 27 of UVM’s NCAA Division I varsity sports programs, and was the supervisor for seven full-time staff, two part-time staff, several student athletic trainers, and three athletic medi- The Athletic Training Room is located on the first floor of the Ross Sports Center, across from the gym. cine facilities. Prior to his time at UVM, Murdock was the director of sports medicine/head athletic trainer and assistant athletics director at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J., from 1986-98. While at Monmouth, he developed a drug-education course and program for student-athletes, and also taught a variety of courses related to athletic training, health and fitness, and first aid safety. Murdock is a 1980 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science degree in physical education/athletic training, and earned his masters of education in sports medicine/athletic training from the University of Virginia in 1991. He also has served a six-year stint (1980-86) as an assistant athletic trainer and head baseball coach at Washington & Lee University, an NCAA Division III institution in Lexington, Va. Jessica Moore Athletic Trainer Jessica Moore enters her fifth season as athletic trainer at Saint Michael’s in 2010-11. She assists in all of the College’s 21 varsity sports, and works primarily with the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams dur-
ing the winter. Moore received her bachelor’s degree from Castleton State College in 2002, earning her degree in sports medicine. While at Castleton, she was a senior athletic training student with men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball and women’s soccer. After graduating from Castleton, Moore was a graduate assistant at Old Dominion University, working primarily with the women's basketball team, which hosted the NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Tournament in 2006. She received her master's degree in education from Old Dominion in 2006.
Whitney Grennon Athletic Medicine Intern Whitney Grennon joins Saint Michael's for her first year as the athletic medicine intern in 2010-11. She will assist with the health care of the College's 21 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports programs. Grennon graduated summa cum laude from Norwich University in May with a bachelor of science degree in sports medicine/athletic training, and minors in biology, health-nutrition, and coaching. While at Norwich, she worked in the athletic training room for four years, where she actively assisted the College's athletic training staff. Grennon also was a four-year standout for the Norwich softball team, and three-year team captain. Grennon also served two years as president of the College's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
Seth Cole ’01 Sports Information Director
Athletic Support Jon Milazzo Equipment and Events Manager
Seth Cole, a native of Blue Hill, Maine, returns for his eighth year as sports information director for Saint Michael’s in 2010-11. He handles all publicity and media relations efforts for the College’s 21 varsity sports, and is the chair of the Northeast-10 Conference Sports Information Directors. He also served as the College’s baseball coach from 2006-08. Cole, a 2001 graduate of Saint Michael’s with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, returns following a 12-month stint with USA Hockey in Colorado Springs, Colo. He first served USA Hockey as The Brian Fishman Intern before being hired full-time as coordinator of media and public relations. Prior to joining USA Hockey, Cole spent the 2001-02 school year as an Asa S. Bushnell intern with the Eastern College Athletic Conference in Centerville, Mass. As an undergraduate, Cole served internships with the Saint Michael’s sports information office and with the sports department of the Burlington Free Press. In addition, he also served as sports editor of The Defender, Saint Michael’s award-winning student newspaper. A four-year starter at second base for the Purple Knights’ varsity baseball team, Cole won the George “Doc” Jacobs Award, given annually to a student who makes an outstanding contribution to the athletic department at Saint Michael’s.
Mary Moreau is in her 16th year as the athletic department’s office coordinator. She is responsible for coordinating travel for every team and makes all necessary arrangements for home and away contests, including scheduling officials and transportation. Along with Stacey Peet, she helps manage the day-to-day operations of the athletic department.
Meggan Dulude was named the College’s full-time Coordinator of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers on June 24, 2010. She is responsible for the coordination of all athletics facilities and field requests, among other tasks. Dulude (formerly Meggan Roberge) was a standout pitcher for the Saint Michael’s softball team from 2004-07, and holds nearly every pitching record in program history.
Stacey Peet is in her 13th year as administrative assistant to the athletic department. She has several duties, including managing the day-to-day operations of the department. She also acts as the athletic department’s business manager. Peet, a well-known face on campus, is often seen singing the national anthem at many of the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and men’s ice hockey home games.
James Franklin was named the head coach of men’s soccer, tickets manager, and events supervisor at Saint Michael’s College in April of 2008. Franklin has 12 years of collegiate coaching experience, most recently as an assistant coach for the University of Vermont’s women’s program in 2006 and 2007. Prior to joining UVM, Franklin was the men’s soccer head coach at Norwich from 2003-06. He played collegiate soccer at nearby Champlain College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree.
Tony Bonvechio ’10 joins Saint Michael’s in the role of sports information intern for the 2010-11 academic year. He will assist with all public and media relations facets for the College’s 21 varsity sports programs. Bonvechio, a journalism and mass communications major with a 3.2 GPA, played baseball at Saint Michael’s for two years (and at Southern New Hampshire University for one season). As a senior in 2010, he led the Purple Knights with three home runs and a .472 slugging percentage while serving as the squad’s primary catcher.
Meggan Dulude ’07 Coordinator of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers
James Franklin Tickets Manager and Events Supervisor
Jon Milazzo, a native of Richmond, Vt., has been the Purple Knights’ equipment and events manager since 1998. He is in charge of the purchasing and distribution of all apparel and equipment for the College’s 21 varsity programs. In addition, Milazzo is responsible for the game management of each home athletic event and the operation of the college’s concession stand for home basketball games. He also oversees a student work study staff of 15. Milazzo is a graduate of the University of Hartford. Before arriving at Saint Michael’s, he was an athletic equipment manager at the University of Vermont for 17 years.
Mary Moreau Office Coordinator
Stacey Peet Administrative Assistant
Tony Bonvechio ’10 Sports Information Intern
Duffy Field at Doc Jacobs Complex (left) is Saint Michael’s artificial turf playing field built in the summer of 2005. It is home to Saint Michael’s men’s soccer team, in addition to women’s soccer, field hockey, and men’s and women’s lacrosse. The field was made possible due to a generous lead gift by John and Kathy Duffy, whose son, Kevin, played lacrosse at Saint Michael’s. The Duffys made their gift in memory of their son Christopher, who died in the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center. Doc Jacobs Complex also has a natural grass soccer field, plus softball and baseball fields. The Saint Michael’s men’s soccer team is 19-6-6 at home over the last three seasons, sporting winning home records all three years.
The Saint Michael’s basketball teams and women’s volleyball team play in the Ross Sports Center, which was renovated in the summer of 2001. A new state-of-theart floor was put down to replace the previous one that existed since the building opened in 1973. The gym is highly regarded as one of the best Division II facilities in the Northeast.
The Ross Sports Center pool is home to the Purple Knights swimming and diving teams. The 25-yard, sixlane pool is also the home of Green Mountain Aquatics.
The Tarrant Recreation Center, named after the parents of for- The Tarrant Fitness Center provides a wide variety of cardiovascular and mer basketball All-American Rich Tarrant ’65, offers students weight-training equipment, including free weights, for all Saint Michael’s indoor basketball, tennis, racquetball and squash courts. It also students, alumni, faculty members and staff. has a 1/8 mile suspended indoor track.
2010 Sc hedule
Date 9/2 9/4 9/7 9/9 9/11
Opponent Johnson a t Do wling Saint R ose* L yndon
Time 4 p .m. 7 p.m. 4 p .m. 4 p .m.
DoubleTree Men’s Soccer Classic
SMC vs. St. Thomas Aquinas 12 p.m. Bloomf ield vs . St. Anselm 2 p .m. DoubleTree Men’s Soccer Classic
St. Anselm vs. St. Thomas Aquinas 10 a.m. SMC vs . Bloomf ield 12 p .m. 9/18 Souther n Connecticut* 3 p .m. 9/22 a t Saint Anselm* 4 p.m. 9/25 Assumption* 3:15 p .m. 9/28 a t Bentle y* 3:30 p.m. 10/2 a t Le Moyne* 1 p.m. 10/6 a t Souther n N.H.* 7 p.m. 10/12 UMass Lo w ell* 3:30 p .m. 10/16 a t American Inter na tional* 2 p.m. 10/20 a t Mer rimac k* 7 p.m. 10/24 a t Ne w Ha v en* 11 a.m. 10/26 Stonehill* 3 p .m. 10/30 F r anklin Pier ce* 2 p .m. 11/2 Northeast-10 Quarterfinals TBA 11/5 Northeast-10 Semifinals TBA 11/7 Northeast-10 Championship TBA * Nor theast-10 Conf er ence ma tc h Home g ames in bold
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