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6-2 - Fr. - GK San Ramon, CA

Jared Medina 5-9 - RJr. - MF Rcho. Pensaquitos, CA

Ismail Adam

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5-7 - Fr. - MF Santa Clara, CA

Justin Howard

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5-8 - Fr. - F Livermore, CA

Augustin Cazarez

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5-7 - Jr. - MF Reseda, CA

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Cory Thomas 6-1 - Fr. - GK Pleasanton, CA

Erik Rivas

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5-8 - Sr. - MF Long Beach, CA

Tom Mohoric

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6-1 - RJr. - D Albuquerque, NM

Hammie Sessions

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5-9 - Fr. - D Aurora, CA

Braden Hoyt

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6-1 - RSo. - GK Mill Valley, CA

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Doug Herrick 6-3 - Jr. - GK Seattle, WA

Austin Bravo 5-8 - Fr. - F Sacramento, CA

Justin Grider

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6-1 - RJr. - MF Concord, CA

Patrick Watson

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5-10 - RFr. - D Livermore, CA

Adam Cooper Head Coach UCLA, 1999 5th Year

Trevor Newquist

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6-3 - So. - MF San Diego, CA

Jose Cabeza

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5-10 - So. - MF Antioch, CA

Nathan Arambula

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5-10 - So. - D Mission Viejo, CA

Duncan Capriotti

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5-8 - Fr. - MF Orange, CA

Cody Worden Assistant Coach Dallas, 2003 4th Year

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Nick Marshall 5-11 - Fr. - MF Aliso Viejo, CA

Emmanuel Sarabia

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5-10 - Jr. - F Truckee, CA

Michael King

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5-11 - Fr. - D San Diego, CA

Colin Gurley

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6-1 - Fr. - MF Carlsbad, CA

Jon Bernal Assistant Coach San Francisco, 2005 3rd Year

Dylan Leslie

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6-3 - RSr. - MF Lancaster, CA

Peter Nguyen

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5-10 - Fr. - MF Milpitas, CA

Jordan Grider

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Conroy Cunningham

5-8 - RSo. - D 5St. Catherine, Jamaica

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Joel Fumia 5-10 - RJr. - MF Los Gatos, CA

Malcolm Alugas

6-1 - Sr. - D Concord, CA

6-0 - Jr. - D 19 Sunnyvale, CA

Brandon Saunders

Michael Jachetta

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6-1 - Fr. - MF Franklin, TN

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6-0 - Fr. - D Trabuco, CA


2010 Quick Facts/Schedule Table of Contents Men's Soccer Quick Facts/Schedule .......................... 1 Saint Mary's Administration ............................... 2-3 The Campus .................................................... 4-7 Athletic Facilities ....................................... 8-9 Community Service ..................................... 10-11 Commitment to Academics ................................... 12-13 Strength and Conditioning ................................ 14 Sports Medicine ......................................... 15 2010 Season Preview ....................................... 16-17 2010 Roster .................................................... 18 Head Coach Adam Cooper ..............................19-21 Assistant Coaches .......................................... 22-23 Player Bios ........................................... 24-41 2010 Opponents ..................................... 42-43 All-Time Record vs. Opponents ............. 44-46 2009 Statistics .......................................... 47-50 2009 Box Scores ..................................... 51-57 Year-By-Year Leaders ............................. 58-59 All-Time Leaders ..................................... 60-61 All-Time Letterwinners ............................. 62-62 Year-By-Year Results ................................ 64-68 Media Information .................................... 69 2010 Radio/TV Roster .................................... 70 Men's Soccer Quick Facts Location.........................................Moraga, CA 94575 Founded...................................................................1863 Enrollment.............................................................3,916 Nickname.................................................................Gaels Colors.........................................Navy, Red, and Silver Stadium...................................Saint Mary's Stadium Capacity....................................................................5,500 Affiliation............................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................West Coast President..............Br. Ronald Gallagher, FSC, Ph.D. Director of Athletics......................................Mark Orr Faculty Athletic Representative.....Craig Johnson Associate AD/Operations........Mark Papadopolus Associate AD/Rec. Sports.....................Marty Storti Associate AD/Business Ops/SWA .......Kami Gray Assistant AD/Media Relations.................Rich Davi Assistant AD/Compliance.........Stephanie Shrieve Assistant AD/Ext. Relations.............Mike Samuels Assistant AD/Student Support...Staci Hamaguchi Director of Ticket Operations........Neal McSherry Director of Game Management..Todd Ogorzelec Athletic Department Phone..............925.631.4399 Ticket Office Phone.............................925.631.4392 Press Box Phone...................................925.376.3906

2010 Men’s Soccer Schedule Day

Date

Opponent

September 3 September 5 September 10 September 12 September 16 September 19 September 24

&CSU Fullerton &Northwestern at California at UC Davis at San Jose State CSU Bakersfield at Stanford

4:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

October 29 October 31 November 3 November 5 November 12 November 14

*Gonzaga *Portland *San Francisco *at Santa Clara *at Loyola Marymount *at San Diego

3:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM

Saturday

August 28

Friday Sunday Wednesday Sunday Friday Sunday

October 1 October 3 October 6 October 10 October 15 October 17

Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Thursday Sunday Friday

Friday Sunday Wednesday Friday Friday Sunday

#at Sonoma State

*San Diego *Loyola Marymount *at San Francisco *Santa Clara *at Portland *at Gonzaga

All Times Listed are Pacific Time Home Games Listed in BOLD # - Exhibition Game & - Saint Mary’s Tournament (Moraga, CA) * - West Coast Conference Game

Time

5:00 PM

4:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM

Men's Soccer Information Head Coach: Adam Cooper (UCLA, 1999) Career Record: 27-33-17/Fifth Year Assistant Coaches: Cody Worden (Dallas, 2003) Jon Bernal (San Francisco, 2005) 2009 Record: 10-5-5 2009 WCC Finish: 6-3-3 (2nd Place) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 15 Credits The 2010 Men's Soccer Media Guide was written by Staci Hamaguchi with editorial assistance by Rich Davi, Ashley Nied and Mark Oshidari. Photos were taken by Staci Hamaguchi, Rich Davi and Tod Fierner. Cover design by Staci Hamaguchi.

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Brother Ronald Gallagher, F.S.C., Ph.D., became the 28th

cally disadvantaged

President of Saint Mary’s College of California on Jan. 2, 2005.

Palestinian commu-

A seasoned educator, Brother Ronald is deeply devoted to the

nity.

College’s Catholic, Lasallian and liberal arts traditions and is

In his role as

committed to promoting the values of those traditions among stu-

Secretary General

dents, faculty, staff and friends of Saint Mary’s.

of the Brothers

Brother Ronald graduated from Saint Mary’s in 1969 with a

of the Christian Schools in Rome from 1997 to 2001, Brother

B.A. in English, received an M.A. in comparative literature from

Ronald organized the 43rd General Chapter, an international

San Francisco State University in 1975 and earned his doctor-

assembly that resulted in a seven-year global strategic plan for

ate in comparative literature from the University of Washington in

Lasallian educators.

1990. He is fluent in French, German, Italian and Latin with some knowledge of Arabic, Irish and Spanish. Before assuming the college presidency, Brother Ronald had

Brother Ronald’s teaching specialties include 19th and 20th Century Anglo-Irish Literature, the modern novel, and the history and culture of Ireland. His passion for Irish literature began when

been chair of the Department of English and Drama at Saint

he read James Joyce’s “Ulysses” during his senior year at Saint

Mary’s College of California since 2002 and an associate profes-

Mary’s. In recent years, he has led several groups of students

sor of English since 1993. Previously he served the College as

on tours of the historical and cultural sites of Ireland during the

an assistant professor of English and Modern Languages from

College’s January Term.

1984 to 1992, and as an assistant to the president between 1990 and 1993. From 1993 to 1997, Brother Ronald was vice chancellor of Bethlehem University, where he oversaw administration, devel-

He was born in Oakland, California, in 1946, grew up in Santa Cruz and Bakersfield, and joined the Christian Brothers after graduating from Mont La Salle High School in Napa. Brother Ronald has been a strong supporter of intercollegiate

opment, finance and academics. As the leader of a Catholic

and recreational athletics at Saint Mary’s College, serving as

university in the deeply divided Middle East, he responded to

moderator of the tennis team. He is also an avid golfer and back-

formidable challenges by forging strong regional and global sup-

packer.

port for the school. Enlisting the help of many countries, individuals, groups, international aid agencies and the Vatican, Brother

*F.S.C. denotes Fratres Scholarum Christianarum (Brothers of

Ronald was able to raise the funds necessary for Bethlehem

the Christian Schools)

University to fulfill its educational mission among the economi-


Mark Orr

Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports

Mark Orr was named the Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports on March 28, 2006. Orr oversees the Department of Athletics 14-team intercollegiate athletic program. During Orr's tenure a number of changes have been made to the existing athletic facilities, with 1.2 million dollars of renovations to McKeon Pavilion, Saint Mary’s Stadium, Madigan Gym, and the Korth Tennis Complex. McKeon Pavilion renovations include chair back seating behind the team benches, reconditioning of the VIP section, and installing a new sound system. McKeon also received new locker rooms and offices for men’s and women’s basketball along with volleyball. The stadium field was replaced with a new bermuda playing surface, the upstairs bleachers in Madigan Gym have been converted into a cardiovascular fitness area, and the Timothy Korth Tennis Complex has been altered to make watching events more spectator friendly. Also a new Student-Athlete Academic Center has been added to Madigan Gym. The Pat Vincent Rugby Field also welcomed a new surface as well. Under his leadership, Saint Mary’s athletics added five new positions in the past year to the athletic staff. Orr also hired head women’s basketball coach Paul Thomas, who was named the Division II National Coach of the Year in 2002. On top of the additions, numerous firsts have been achieved in just one year. The athletic department launched a new logo through Osaki Designs which was unveiled on July 21, 2007. Orr was instrumental in working out the largest television agreement in school history with Comcast Sports Net. Since Orr’s hiring in March, SMC has earned its highest two finishes in the West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup since the inception of the award. During the 2007-08 athletic seasons, Orr saw two Saint Mary's teams reach the NCAA Tournament, in men's basketball and golf, while both men's and women's tennis and softball experienced their most successful seasons.

Mark Papadopoulos Associate AD for Operations/Facilities

Kari Montero

Assistant AD for Student Support Services

Marty Storti

Associate AD for Recreational Sports

Kami Gray

Prior to his appointment as Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports, Orr served as the Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Finance and Internal Affairs at Saint Mary’s for the two years. Orr ran most of the day-to-day activities, which included coordinating the internal administrative affairs for the department, facilitating the Men’s and Women’s Tennis Fund Raising Association, coordinating all departmental travel, negotiating department guarantees, preparing department contracts, and assisting with the development of the Strategic Plan for the Department of Athletics and Recreational Sports. During his time at Saint Mary’s, Orr handled almost every facet to the Department of Athletics. In addition to the management of the department’s $9.1 million budget, he served as the lead sport administrator for football, women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, and men’s and women’s tennis. Additionally, he was responsible for compliance, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and ticket operations. In February of 2003, Orr assumed the position of Associate Director of Athletics for Business and Finance, before being promoted to the Senior Associate Director of Athletics in October of 2004. Orr came to Saint Mary’s College on August 4, 2000 as the Assistant Director of Athletics for Student Support Services, responsible for overseeing eligibility for student-athletes, the Champs Life Skills program, and assisting with compliance. He came to SMC from the University of California at Berkeley, where he served as the Compliance Assistant and the Interim Eligibility Assistant in 1999-2000. He also served as a peer advisor and senior tutor for two years and was a teaching assistant and graduate student instructor that same year. Orr completed his bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley in Social Welfare in 1999 and earned his master’s degree in education in 2000. Orr is a native of Sacramento, where he attended Christian Brothers schools throughout his childhood and graduated from Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento in 1994. He earned a scholarship to play football at Cal, where he played from 1994-98. A four-year letterman defensive back on the California football team, Orr was an Honorable Mention AllAcademic Pac-10 selection in 1997 and 1998. He was awarded the Pappy Waldorf Honorary Scholarship for Academic Excellence in 1998 and received the Tiny Bates Memorial Award for Leadership in 1998. Orr and his wife April currently live in Walnut Creek with their two children, Tyson Mark (4) and Jacob William (2).

Rich Davi

Assistant AD for Business Operations

Assistant AD for Media Relations

Director of Ticket Sales and Operations

Neal McSherry

Todd Ogorzelec

Assistant AD for Student Support Services

Stacey Nittler

Craig Johnson

Mark Chiarucci

Staci Hamaguchi

Administrative Assistant for Sports

Faculty Athletic Representative

Director of Event Management

Major Gifts Officer

Mike Samuels Assistant AD for External Relations

Mark Oshidari

Associate Director for Media Relations

Tom Carroll

Associate Director of Athletic Development

Stephanie Shrieve Assistant AD for Compliance

Matt Fontenot Assistant Director for Media Relations


Integrating Catholic, Lasallian, Liberal Arts A Saint Mary’s education blends the College’s Catholic, Lasallian, and liberal arts traditions. Our Catholic tradition is based on a Christian understanding of the whole person, both intellectual and spiritual, within a campus community that respects each person and values intellectual, ethnic, and cultural diversity. The Lasallian roots of Saint Mary’s are found in the De La Salle Christian Brothers, the Catholic order of Brothers who run the College. The Brothers were founded more than 300 years ago by Saint John Baptist De La Salle, a French priest, who was determined to offer a high-quality education to the poor and marginalized in French society. Since that time, the Brothers have built a reputation for innovative, personal, and effective education, and they now teach more than 900,000 students in more than 80 countries. “Lasallian” at Saint Mary’s means we emphasize a way of educating students that is focused on the needs of the individual. Undergraduates not only get to know professors but also have opportunities to work with them, through research projects or taking independent study courses. And because the Brothers’ life is based on service to others, we believe that providing opportunities for service is part of a well-rounded education. Students have plenty of chances to participate in courses with service components, volunteer at homeless shelters, and join on-campus clubs that work with national organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity. Finally, our liberal arts tradition is rooted in core seminar courses that focus on the Great Books. All undergraduate students take four core seminar courses in which they will digest the ideas of history’s great thinkers and writers and discuss them together, with the guidance of their professor. In seminar courses, students learn how to integrate ideas and think across disciplines, skills that they’ll use for the rest of their lives. Many find it one of the most memorable experiences of their Saint Mary’s experience.

We are very proud of the personal, studentcentered education that we offer, and we hope you will learn all you wish to know about us as you visit our campus.


Strong Academics Saint Mary’s is noted for a faculty made up of teacher/scholars: that is, they are both strong in research and publishing and personally interested in their students. Professors teach classes at all levels, and the college’s intimate size makes for many opportunities for personal interaction with students. One of our newest academic resources is the Filippi Academic Hall, a two-story, 37,000-square-foot building across from Louis Guisto baseball field. The 23.4 million dollar building is the first major capital project completed under Brother President Ronald Gallagher's leadership, delivering sorely needed classrooms and office space. It is also the new home for the Kalmanovitz School of Education, which supports the College's Lasallian mission by preparing more than 400 men and women each year for careers in primary, secondary and post-secondary education. "Saint Mary's is committed to meeting the significant need for qualified teachers in the Bay Area and beyond," said Saint Mary's College President Brother Ronald Gallagher. "We see this project as an investment in the region's future." Saint Mary's is especially proud of Jan Term, a four-week session held each year between the fall and spring semesters. During Jan Term, students are encouraged to plan their own independent study courses outside their major field, and professors are urged to develop new courses in subjects that personally interest them. That’s a combination that leads to faculty innovation and student initiative. Students have the oppurtunity to make an in-depth, accelerated exploration of topics like intensive Japanese, enterpreneurship, or young adult fiction. January Term classes have contributed to the rebuilding of New Orleans, explored the continuing effects of apartheid in South Africa, critiqued movies at the Sundance Film Festival, and explored biodiversity of South Africa.


Student Life: Making a Mark

Because Saint Mary’s is an intimate college, about 2,500 undergraduates, students who are ready to leave their mark have lots of options. There are 14 varsity Division I sports and a tradition of athletic success; a slew of recreational and intramural sports; social organizations; a radio station; a weekly newspaper; a literary magazine; student government; vocal and dance ensembles; ethnic heritage organizations; a campus ministry peer counseling team; a women’s resource center; and much more.

A Rich Culture

During the academic year, the College calendar is filled with readings by both nationally known and young, ground-breaking writers; a performing arts series; drama productions; lectures by scientists and social justice activists; and other activities that are open to both students and members of the nearby communities. The Hearst Art Gallery features top-notch exhibitions and an important collection of California paintings, and the College is also home to a gallery of student art.

Useful SMC web pages

SMC home page: www.stmarys-ca.edu How to arrange a visit to the College: www.stmarys-ca.edu./about/visit What does it cost and what do some typical financial aid packages look like? www.stmarys-ca.edu./prospective/undergraduate_admissions/costs Undergraduate academic programs: www.stmarys-ca.edu./academics/undergraduate/programs_by_name SMC Athletics-news, schedules, rosters, stories: www.SMCGaels.com Campus department phone numbers: www.stmarys-ca.edu./contact/phone About the De La Salle Christian Brothers: www.delasalle.org

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Starting at Saint Mary’s College ...

(or getting around the Northern California neighborhood)

To Walnut Creek. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 miles (15 minute drive) To Berkeley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 miles (20 minute drive) To Oakland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.5 miles (20 minutes) To San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 miles (35 minutes, excluding Bay Bridge traffic!) To Lake Tahoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 miles (3.5-hour drive) To Yosemite National Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 miles (4-hour drive) To Santa Cruz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 miles (1.5 hour drive) To In-n-Out Burger (San Ramon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 miles To Six Flags Marine World (Vallejo) . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 miles To Great America (Santa Clara) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 miles McAfee Coliseum (Oakland’s Athletics and Raiders) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.6 miles AT&T Park (San Francisco Giants) . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 miles

A Beautiful Campus

The Saint Mary’s campus, built in a Spanish colonial style, is considered one of the most beautiful in California. Anchoring the campus is the striking Saint Mary’s Chapel, with its glowing stained-glass windows manufactured in the late 1920s and its glorious pipe organ. Arcades-covered, shady walkways-link the college buildings and create outdoor rooms that are perfect for the California climate and symbolic of an education that connects academic disciplines. Buildings are generally two or three stories high, no higher, and they are feature tile roofs, thick, white walls, and deep-set windows. Professor Roy Schmaltz, chair of the art department, regularly brings fellow artists to campus to paint and draw. “It’s very nourishing and wonderful just a wealth of inspiration for the students,” Schmaltz says. “Every day, when I come to campus, I get this lift as I drive in and see it all.” And with hiking trails on the surrounding hillsides and nearby running paths, the outdoors is as striking as the College’s architecture.

Getting Off Campus

For off-campus recreation, Saint Mary’s is just a half-day’s drive from skiing in the Sierras, swimming at Lake Tahoe, or taking in the Monterey Bay Aquarium and strolling Steinbeck’s Cannery Row. Even closer are hikes in Marin County’s Muir Woods National Monument, getting thrills on the roller coasters at Santa Cruz’s boardwalk, treks across the Golden Gate bridge, sight-seeing tours at Alcatraz Island, drives through beautiful Sonoma and Napa counties, outings to the San Francisco and Oakland ballet, orchestra, and theater, and java-sipping and used-book shopping in Berkeley. When it comes to access to stores and shops, Saint Mary’s is close to San Francisco’s myriad of stores and is a stone’s throw from Walnut Creek, one of the fastest-growing, upscale shopping hubs in the entire state.


Saint Mary’s Stadium

Saint Mary’s Stadium is the home to the women’s and men's soccer and women’s lacrosse teams. Located in the southeast corner of campus with views of the rolling hills of Moraga, Saint Mary’s Stadium seats 5,500 spectators in one of the most picturesque settings in the country. Saint Mary’s Stadium, which has hosted a number of soccer tournaments throughout the years, was the home of the football team since 1973 and hosted more than 160 football games in 30 years. The field received a new Bermuda grass playing surface in 2006.

McKeon Pavilion

McKeon Pavilion is the home to the men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s volleyball teams. McKeon Pavilion, which was constructed in 1978, features a 3,500-seat basketball court and received a new floor during the summer of 2004 and a lighting upgrade in the summer of 2008. Large, boisterous crowds are the norm for Saint Mary’s, giving the Gaels a great haven and an exciting place to watch a sporting event. McKeon Pavilion is the largest enclosed arena in Contra Costa County and is part of the Brother Albert Rahill Activity Center.


Louis Guisto Field

Located in the front of the campus, Louis Guisto Field has been the home site for baseball since 1928. Originally named the Brother Agon Field, the facility was renamed after legendary baseball-great Louis Guisto in 1965. “The Guisto,” as nicknamed by players and coaches, is set amongst towering pine trees with views of the campus and the surrounding Moraga hills. Just a few steps away from various types of student housing, the field provides Saint Mary’s students a popular venue to enjoy the California sunshine and support the Gaels.

Cottrell Field

Completed in October of 1999, Cottrell Field has been the home for the Saint Mary’s Softball team for the past nine seasons. Constructed almost entirely by the Saint Mary’s College Buildings and Grounds staff, Cottrell Field was named a 2000 NFCA Regional Surface Field winner. In the inaugural season at Cottrell Field, the Gaels hosted 31 games and posted an 18-13 home record. The field of dreams became a reality thanks to Elizabeth Larson’s donation, and she requested the field be named after Dr. John Cottrell and Katherine Casassa Cottrell.

Timothy Korth Tennis Complex

Since the winter of 1990, the Timothy Korth Tennis Complex has housed the Saint Mary’s men’s and women’s tennis teams. The complex features 12 courts, offices for coaches, and is located steps away from Louis Guisto (baseball) and Cottrell (softball) Fields. In the summer of 2008 all 12 courts were resurfaced and painted, while permanent seating was also installed. Additionally, the Korth Tennis Complex has served as host to numerous Rolex, NorCal and North Coast Section High School tournaments, as well as multiple West Coast Conference Championships.

Garaventa Field

Garaventa Field has played host to both the men’s and women’s soccer teams for the last 20 years. The playing surface at Garaventa Field was changed from a rye grass to Bermuda grass in the summer of 2003 to create a faster playing surface. The new grass field was the first renovation to the field since its inception in 1988. Garaventa Field currently serves as the practice field for men's and women's soccer, since the teams moved their matches to Saint Mary's Stadium in 2004.


The benefits of community service for the student-athlete are many. Personal and social adjustments develop from working with others. A community service commitment allows a student-athlete to reach outside the Saint Mary’s community and realize their relation with the rest of the world. Saint Mary’s College of California is committed to service learning in a variety of ways. Student-Athletes have the opportunity to use the values, work ethic and leadership skills learned through athletics to positively influence others in the community. By volunteering at local events, Saint Mary’s student-athletes are some of the best ambassador’s for the College.

Captions Community Service Activities Saint Mary’s College has a long-standing involvement in community services. Using the example of Saint John Baptist De La Salle, Gael student-athletes uphold the Lasallian mission of the College by volunteering many hours of service to local youth, elderly, and underprivileged communities. During the 2007-08 academic year, all Gael athletic teams committed to serve one or more community organizations.

1-Saint Mary's Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports, Mark Orr, helps distrubute shoes at the Soles-4-Souls drive. 2-A number of SMC Student-Athletes participate in the Moraga-the-Beautiful clean-up. 3-Baseball player Toby DeMello reads to students at Camino Pablo Elementary. 4-Former women's soccer player Ashley Dernbach stops for a picture at St. Anthony's Food and Clothing Drive. 5-The men's soccer team stops for a photo at the Devil Mountain Run to benefit the Children's Hospital of Oakland.

SMC Student-Athletes Visited the Following Bay Area Schools:

Other community service programs completed by Gael student-athletes:

Camino Pablo Elementary School Del Rey School El Monte Elementary School Fair Oaks Elementary School Highlands Elementary School Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School Lafayette Elementary School Los Perales Elementary School Palmer Elementary School Rheem Elementary School Sequoia Elementary School Sleepy Hollow Elementary School Spring Hill Elementary School

• Hosted a Girl Scout Sleepover • Art and Wine Festival volunteer participation • NABC Reading Program, providing reading instruction to local youths • Breast Cancer Awareness Walk • Visits to the Children’s Hospital of Oakland • Visits to the Homeless Shelters in the Bay Area • Moraga the Beautiful Community Clean-Up Day • Catholic Youth Organization Skills Clinics and Autograph Sessions • Canned food drive for the Saint Anthony’s Foundation in San Francisco • I’m Going to College Day, at Saint Mary’s College • Carnival-4-Kids • Mentoring for after school program within the Oakland Unified School District • Clothing Drive


Saint Mary’s enjoys a long and rich tradition of academic achievement among its athletic programs. Following the end of the 2009-10 athletic year, 27 Gael student-athletes were named to West Coast Conference All-Academic Teams, five players from the women’s lacrosse team earned Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic recognition, and five softball players earned Pacific Coast Conference All-Academic Honors. With 242 student-athletes on campus last year, 107 student athletes (44.2 percent) earned at least a 3.0 grade point average. In at least one semester 86 student-athletes (38 percent) earned a scholar-athletes status (minimum 3.20 GPA) and 60 student-athletes (25 percent) made the Dean’s list (minimum 3.50 GPA). Additionally, 90 student-athletes from the college’s 12 WCC teams were represented on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In total, 46 percent of the players on SMC’s 2009-10 WCC rosters carry a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The 2009-10 season marked the 10th year of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, recognizing the top 10 GPA’s in the entire athletic program. Jillian Parlee from the women's rowing team garnered top honors while being a member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for in her first year.

Students who choose Saint Mary’s College for continued learning receive much more than a run-of-the-mill education. They join one of the West Coast’s premier academic institutions that is consistently recognized for its excellence by U.S. News and World Report. With a sterling reputation for both academics and athletics, Saint Mary’s College provides the rare balance of small college size with NCAA Division I competition. Gael student-athletes receive guidance and counseling to meet their needs from the first day on campus until they graduate. Taking many forms, assistance includes course and major selection, study skills workshops, opportunities for supervised study time, and the proctoring of exams while competing away from campus. Coordinating the athletic efforts for Saint Mary’s College are a team of Katie Davis, Director of Academic Services, Kari Montero, Assistant A.D. of Student-Athlete Services and Chris Harrell, Coordinator of Eligibility and Compliance. They will draw from the campus’ many other resources, including the Office of Advising Services, the Career Development Center, Academic Support and Achievement Programs, and the Library and Media Centers. Workshops throughout the year are offered in the areas of: • Selection of Classes and Majors • Academic, Athletic and Personal Goal Setting • Life Skills and Personal Development

• Collegiate Study Skills • Time Management


The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll included: Jillian Parlee (WRowing) Kevin Smith (MGolf) Bradley Alban (MCross Country) Rob VanWyck (MCross Country Maryanne Cronin (Softball) Dylan Leslie (MSoccer) Youssef El Bouzkari (MTennis) Lucas Tirelli (MTennis) Michael Cipolla (Baseball) Molly Aloia (WTennis)

Here are some other examples of the academic excellence Saint Mary’s student-athletes continue to exemplify: • 60 Dean’s List Honorees (minimum 3.50 GPA) • 107 Scholar-Athletes (Minimum 3.20 GPA) • 90 Student-Athletes on the 2007-08 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum cumulative 3.00 GPA in WCC sponsored sports) • 18 First Team WCC All-Academic Selections and 9 Honorable Mention WCC All-Academci Selections • 5 women’s lacrosse players named to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic Team • 6 members of the softball team were recognized on the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll • 3 Summa Cum Laude, 2 Magna Cum Laude, and 6 Cum Laude 2010 Graduates • 3 Student Athletes received Academic Department Commencement Honors at the 2010 graduation.


Gene Mirra

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Completed in October of 1992, the Saint Mary’s College Power Plant provides Gael student-athletes, students, faculty and staff a first-class weight room and training facility. Spearheaded by former College President Brother Mel Anderson, FSC, the facility offers Gael student-athletes state-of-the-art equipment including free weights, weight machines, stairmasters, and treadmills. With the hire of the first Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Saint Mary’s, Gene Mirra, in February of 2002, the Power Plant has seen significant changes in a short time. Much of the old equipment has been replaced by collegiate standard racking systems, including five platform squat rack stations with multi use benches in each location. Iron weight plates were replaced with safer more functional rubber covered Olympic bumper plates. With the addition of this equipment it allows for more Olympic and ground based training, and an athletically functional weight training facility for student-athletes. In the summer of 2003, the Power Plant gained an addition of 250-square feet with the removal of the Power Plant’s final boiler. With the additional floor space, six leg machines were added to aid in athletic development and rehabilitation. The 2,500 square-foot facility allows Saint Mary’s student-athletes to train in sport-specific programs year round. Workout programs are designed to increase athletic performance, prevent and rehabilitate injuries, and improve mental and physical health. These goals are achieved by utilizing Olympic lifts, strength training, flexibility, quickness, and agility drills. In addition, upper and lower body plyometrics, various types of conditioning, and nutrition education are available to Gael student-athletes. The building derived its name from its days as the Powerhouse for the Campus. Although now devoted to weights and exercise equipment, this 1928 building was named in the days when the great boilers supplied heat and water to the entire campus. A large steam whistle was mounted on the roof and coded blasts were used to summon janitors from across the campus. Students, with little else to do at night, would climb up the walls and cross the precarious ledge to tie down the whistle. The boilers were removed in 1992 and the two-story space was redesigned by the Athletic Department. As a reminder of its original purpose, the disused smokestack still remains.

Kelly Clark

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach


Athletic Training Staff The Saint Mary’s College Sports Medicine Team is a group of over 30 medical providers assembled to assist in the care, prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The team consists of Orthopedic Surgeons, General Surgeons, General Practice Physicians, Physical Therapists, Dentists, Ear/Nose and Throat Physicians, Neurologists, Neuro-Psychologists, and Podiatrists. The Athletic Training Staff operates under the direct supervision of Dr. Chad A. Roghair, and routinely collaborates with them to make all decisions regarding athletic injuries and participation. Currently Dr. Roghair operates as the Medical Director and Head Team Physician, by providing both medical and administrative oversight to the Athletic Training Staff and the SMC Sports Medicine Team. Each staff member possesses current certifications through the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) and is also AED and CPR certified. Associate Director of Athletic Training Services Laura Dixon returns to Saint Mary’s for her eighth season. NATABOC certified in 2000 after completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Sport Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training, Dixon went on to complete a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from California State University Hayward in 2003. Dixon will work primarily with the men’s soccer, baseball, women's rowing programs. Assistant Athletic Trainer Rachel Salazar joined the Saint Mary’s College Athletic Training Staff in the fall of 2007. Rachel returns to Saint Mary’s College after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology (05’), and receiving a Master’s of Science Degree (Plymouth State University ’07) in Athletic Training. Rachel will provide coverage to the women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, and golf programs. Assistant Athletic Trainer Amy Carroll joins Saint Mary’s College for her first year with the Gaels. A graduate of Washington State University (Bachelor’s in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training ’06) and San Jose State University (Master’s in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training ’06). Amy most recently worked as a graduate assistant at Stanford University. Her responsibilities at Saint Mary’s will be the women’s soccer, men's basketball, and softball programs.

Our Mission To support the student athletes at Saint Mary’s College by providing the highest standard in quality, comprehensive medical care through professionalism, experience, and integrity.

Facilities

The Athletic Training Room is located in Madigan Gymnasium, and offers the latest in equipment and state of the art technology used in the care, treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Typical office hours are 10am –6pm (fall), 10am – 6pm (spring) and 10am-4pm (summer).


2010 Season Outlook Entering his fifth season as head coach of the Gaels, Adam Cooper is looking to build on the success of last year’s record-breaking squad. The Gaels enter the 2010 season with nine starters returning from last year’s 10-5-5 team, the best record in school history. Saint Mary’s finished the season with a 6-3-3 record in West Coast Conference play, and their first ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. After the season, Cooper was named the 2009 Adam Cooper returns for his fifth year West Coast Conference after leading the Gaels to a record 10-win Coach of the Year and season in 2009. the NSCAA/MONDO West Region Coach of the Year. The Gaels had eight players named to WCC all-conference teams, including WCC Defender of the Year, Jordan Grider. With only three seniors: Jordan Grider, Dylan Leslie, and Erik Rivas, the Gaels will look to their 15 returners for leadership and guidance to a big group of newcomers, which includes 13 freshmen and two transfers. “We expect to challenge for the WCC title this year, we expect to get back to the NCAA Tournament and hopefully go further than we did last year. I think the guys are hungry; they got a good taste of the tournament last year and now they’re hungry for more,” said Cooper.

Goalkeepers Junior Doug Herrick started 19 of 20 games last season between the pipes, setting a new single-season record in shutouts with seven, which broke a 12-year-old record set in 1997. The Gaels will look to Herrick, a 2009 WCC Honorable Mention honoree, to build on his 1.03 goals against average from last season, which currently puts him second all-time for the lowest in a single season. Three new faces will challenge Herrick for playing time during the 2010 season, including redshirt sophomore transfer Braden Hoyt, and local freshmen products André Rawls (San Ramon) and Cory Thomas (Pleasanton). “We have a good battle going on for the number one spot. Doug’s returning and had a very good year for us last year and Braden has come in and done very well. I’m very confident in our goalkeepers and expect them to be leaders on the field for us,” said Cooper.

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Defenders The Gaels return a strong back line from last season, including 2009 WCC Defensive Player of the Year, Jordan Grider. The senior has started in all but one game for the Gaels in his career, and was an instrumental part of SMC's second place WCC finish last season. Grider was also named to the All-WCC First Team following the 2009 season. The Gaels will also look to the leadership of redshirt junior Tom Mohoric to solidify the last line of defense. Mohoric and Grider played a key role in a defense that set a new Saint Mary's single-season record with seven shutouts and a 0.93 goals against average, which is second best in a single season.

“We’re very solid in the back with Jordan coming back as the WCC Defender of the Year, and with Tommy coming back. We’ve also added some depth with some good young players,” said Cooper. The Gaels will look to returners junior Malcolm Alugas, junior Conroy Cunningham, sophomore Nathan Arambula, and redshirt freshman Patrick Watson to provide leadership in the outside back spots. Rounding out the defense are three newcomers, Michael King, Michael Jachetta, and Hammie Sessions.

Midfielders Dylan Leslie returns for his redshirt senior year and is poised to lead the Gaels in the midfield. In 2009, Leslie was named to the All-WCC First Team after an outstanding season, posting a careerhigh 15 points on three goals and nine assists, the second time he has earned first team honors in his career. Leslie was also named to the NSCAA All-Far West Region Second Team, only the third player in Saint Mary’s men’s soccer history to be named to the list. The Gaels will look to Leslie for his leadership and playmaking abilities to help lead the young squad. Trevor Newquist returns after a stellar freshman season, starting 18 games in the defensive midfield. Newquist led the team in goals scored (4) and was second on the team in points with 10. Following the 2009 season, he was named to the WCC All-Freshman Team and the All-WCC Honorable Mention Team as well. “I think our midfield is the strength and core of our team and I expect big things from them. With Dylan coming back in there, we expect a lot from him this season. Everybody’s returning to the midfield so we are that much more experienced,” said Cooper. The Gaels will also look to returners Jared Medina and Joel Fumia to solidify the position. The newcomers in the midfield will include freshmen Nick Marshall, Peter Nguyen, Ismail Adam, Brandon Saunders, Duncan Capriotti, Colin Gurley, and junior transfer Agustin Cazarez. Forwards Up top, the Gaels will look to an array of talented returners and newcomers to provide scoring during the 2010 season. Erik Rivas returns for his senior year and will be looked towards to provide leadership for the forwards. Rivas has started in 40 of 47 games in his career, scoring eight goals and adding three as-

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2010 Season Outlook sists, but missed most of the 2009 conference season due to injury. Along with Rivas, the Gaels will look to juniors Justin Grider and Emmanuel Sarabia, and sophomore Jose Cabeza to improve on last year’s scoring consistency. “Scoring goals was an area we struggled in last year and I think we took some big steps forward in the spring, scoring a lot of goals. The young guys that have come in have done well in preseason and I think are really going to help us. Erik Rivas missed basically the entire conference season last year so it will be nice to get him back on the field as well,” said Cooper. Newcomers to the front line include local products Austin Bravo (Sacramento) and Justin Howard (Livermore).

Schedule The Gaels will play a total of 20 games, including one exhibition, seven non-conference games, and 12 West Coast Conference matches to close out the season. The Gaels will play nine of their matches at home in Saint Mary's Stadium, while playing 11 games on the road. SMC is set to take on three teams in the NSCAA Preseason National Rankings, including No. 9 Northwestern, No. 13 Stanford, and No. 19 Portland, along with the alwaysdifficult WCC schedule. "The schedule for this upcoming season is incredibly challenging," said Cooper. "Real competitors want to play the best and we're looking forward to that challenge." After an exhibition game on the road against Sonoma State, the Gaels will open the 2010 regular season as host of the Saint Mary's Tournament, which will include matches against Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 3) and Northwestern (Sept. 5). The Gaels then hit the road, taking on California (Sept. 10), UC Davis (Sept. 12), and San Jose State (Sept. 16). After a home match against Cal State Bakersfield on September 19, the Gaels take on Stanford (Sept. 24) for their final non-conference game of 2010. The game will be a re-match of last season's 0-3 loss to the Cardinal in the first

round of the NCAA Tournament. Saint Mary's will square off against West Coast Conference opponents beginning in October, a conference that finished with the fourth highest RPI ranking in the nation behind the ACC, Big 10, and the Pac-10. The Gaels open conference play hosting San Diego and Loyola Marymount on October 1 and 3, respectively. SMC will then have a road match at San Francisco on October 6 and a home match against Bay-Area rival Santa Clara on October 10. The following weekend, the Gaels pack their bags for the Pacific Northwest, traveling to Portland and Gonzaga. On October 15, Saint Mary's will face the Pilots, a team that advanced to the third round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament before falling to No. 2 Virginia (1-0). Two days later, the Gaels will match up against Gonzaga in Spokane, WA. To finish out the month of October, the Gaels return home to open the second half of conference play, hosting the last three home matches of the year against Gonzaga (Oct. 29), Portland (Oct. 31), and San Francisco (Nov. 3). The Gaels finish the season on the road at Santa Clara (Nov. 5), LMU (Nov. 12), and USD (Nov. 14). “I think our schedule is certainly going to challenge us and prepare us to win the WCC. Our conference is obviously very tough, but I think our non-conference schedule will prepare us to battle in those conference games and hopefully win the conference this year,” said Cooper.

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2010 Roster No. 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 30

Name André Rawls Cory Thomas Doug Herrick Trevor Newquist Nick Marshall Dylan Leslie Conroy Cunningham Jared Medina Erik Rivas Austin Bravo Jose Cabeza Emmanuel Sarabia Peter Nguyen Joel Fumia Ismail Adam Tom Mohoric Justin Grider Nathan Arambula Michael King Jordan Grider Malcolm Alugas Justin Howard Hammie Sessions Patrick Watson Duncan Capriotti Colin Gurley Brandon Saunders Michael Jachetta Agustin Cazarez Braden Hoyt

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Home States

Pos. Ht. GK 6-2 GK 6-1 GK 6-3 MF 6-3 MF 5-11 MF 6-3 D 5-8 MF 5-9 MF 5-8 F 5-8 MF 5-10 F 5-7 MF 5-10 MF 5-10 MF 5-7 D 6-1 MF 6-1 D 5-10 D 5-11 D 6-1 D 6-0 F 5-8 D 5-9 D 5-10 MF 5-8 MF 6-1 MF/D 6-1 D 6-0 MF 5-7 GK 6-1

Hometown (Previous School) San Ramon, CA (California HS) Pleasanton, CA (Amador Valley HS) Seattle, WA (O’Dea HS) San Diego, CA (Torrey Pines HS) Aliso Viejo, CA (Aliso Niguel HS) Lancaster, CA (Paraclete HS) St. Catherine, Jamaica (Calabar HS) Rancho Penasquitos, CA (Mt. Carmel HS) Long Beach, CA (Woodrow Wilson HS) Sacramento, CA (Jesuit HS) Antioch, CA (Antioch HS) Truckee, CA (Truckee HS) Milpitas, CA (Milpitas HS) Los Gatos, CA (Bellarmine Prep) Santa Clara, CA (Santa Clara HS) Albuquerque, NM (Highland HS) Concord, CA (Concord HS) Mission Viejo, CA (Capistrano Valley HS) San Diego, CA (Torrey Pines HS) Concord, CA (Concord HS) Sunnyvale, CA (Kings Academy HS) Concord, CA (De La Salle HS) Aurora, CO (Cherry Creek HS) Livermore, CA (Granada HS) Orange, CA (Santa Margarita HS) Carlsbad, CA (Carlsbad HS) Brentwood, TN (Ravenwood HS) Trabuco, CA (El Toro HS) Reseda, CA (Moorpark College/Taft HS) Mill Valley, CA (Tamalpais HS)

Adam Cooper (UCLA, 1999/5th Year) Cody Worden (Dallas, 2003/4th Year) Jon Bernal (San Francisco, 2005/3rd Year)

Washington (1)

Pronunciation Chart

California (25) •

Colorado (1)

New Mexico (1)

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Yr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. RSr. RSo. RJr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. RJr. Fr. RJr. RJr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. RFr. Fr. Fr. Fr Fr. Jr. RSo.

Tennessee (1)

Jamaica (1)

Nathan Arambula Joel Fumia Malcolm Alugas Michael Jachetta

(Ah-Ram-Bu-La) (Foo-MIA) (Ah-Loo-gus) (Juh-ket-tuh)

Numbers by Class Freshmen 14 Sophomores 4 Juniors 9 Seniors 3

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Coaches & Players


Coaching Staff

Adam Cooper Head Coach UCLA, 1999 Fifth Year Adam Cooper is in his fifth season as head coach for Saint Mary's, and is the reigning 2009 West Coast Conference Coach of the Year after guiding the Gaels to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. In 2009, Cooper's Gaels posted the best record in SMC men's soccer history (10-5-5) and became the first team to post 10 wins in a season. Cooper had eight players named to the 2009 All-WCC teams including a Defensive Player of the Year award going to junior Jordan Grider. Cooper was also named the NSCAA/MONDO West Region Coach of the Year following the 2009 season. On top of the team accomplishments, Cooper guided individuals to numerous weekly honors. Alex Christlieb was named the West Coast Conference Co-Player of the Week and to the College Soccer News, Soccer America and Top Drawer Soccer Teams of the week. Christlieb became the first Gael to ever receive all four honors in the same week. Dylan Leslie was tabbed WCC Player of the Week the very next selection. Five honors were bestowed on SMC players at the end of the season. Matthew Fitzgerald was named to the first-team while Leslie garnered second-team honors and a selection to the All-Freshmen Team. Desmond Brooks and Christlieb were named honorable mention. Under the direction of Cooper, two former players were drafted and will continue their soccer careers. Brooks was selected second overall in the Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft by Chivas USA. Brooks became the first men's soccer player at SMC to be drafted by the MLS. Fitzgerald was selected by the California Victory in the 2007 USL First Division College Player Draft. The Cooper Files

Personal Hire Date: December 29, 2005 Record at SMC: 27-33-17 (5th Year) Career Record: Same Birthdate: 8/9/77

Education

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BA in Sociology

Coaching History

UCLA, 1999

Head Coach Assistant Coach

Saint Mary's College (2006-pres.) Saint Mary College (2000-05)

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Coaching Staff

Adam Cooper In addition to Cooper's influence on the Saint Mary's program, the fifth-year head coach was also bestowed another highly-touted coaching position by being named the head coach for of the U.S. Maccabi junior boy's squad. Cooper lead the United States to the World Maccabi Games in Israel in 2009 and a team of 14 and 15 year olds to the Maccabi Pan-American games in Argentina in 2007. Cooper also serves on the Region IV coaching staff. After serving as an assistant coach for the Saint Mary's men's soccer team for five seasons, Cooper was promoted to head coach as a unanimous choice by the selection committee, players and staff. Cooper officially took over the program on December 29, 2005. In his first season at the helm of the Saint Mary's men's soccer program, Adam Cooper led the Gaels to new achievements. For the first time in school history the Gaels downed ranked opponents in back-to-back games. To start the 2006 conference season, SMC defeated No. 11 USF 1-0 and No. 10 USD 4-2. As an assistant at SMC, Cooper was instrumental in the Gaels tying a school-record with nine wins in 2005. Cooper has also stamped his name on some impressive recruiting classes that included, 2003 West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year Matthew Fitzgerald, 2005 Freshman of the Year Michael Clegg and 2004 Second-Team Freshman All-American Brian Mason.

Cooper's coaching experience includes six years as a cocoach of the Los Angeles Maccabi boy's soccer team, which won six straight gold medals in the United States Maccabi Games from 1995-01. He also co-coached the varsity boys soccer team at Calabasas High School from 1999-01, guiding the team to the Frontier League Championship. Cooper served as the Technical Director for MDSL soccer club from 2003-05 and is currently the Associate Director of Coaching for Diablo Futbol Club. Cooper's playing experience includes one year of professional soccer with the Orange County Waves in the Division II A-League where he was the seventh pick in the first round of the 2000 A-League draft. Prior to playing professionally, Cooper was a four-year letter-winner at UCLA, helping the Bruins to the NCAA Championship in 1997 and a Final Four appearance in 1999. During that time he earned Academic All-Conference honors in 1996 and 1999 and completed a bachelor's degree in Sociology.

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Coaching Staff

Cody Worden Assistant Coach University of Dallas, 2003 Fourth Year The 2010 season marks the fourth year for men's soccer assistant coach, Cody Worden. He brings with him extensive college coaching and playing experience. His duties at SMC include goalkeeping instruction, recruiting and coordinating team travel. In 2009, Worden aided Gaels sophomore goalkeeper Doug Herrick to be named to the All-WCC Honorable Mention team and set a new single-season record in shutouts with seven, breaking a 12 year old record that was set in 1997. Herrick's goals against average of 1.03 in 2009 is currently second alltime for the lowest in a single season. Prior to coming to Moraga, Worden served as an assistant coach at the University of Texas at Dallas for two seasons. While at UTD, Worden served as the recruiting coordinator and performed several other pertinent tasks like travel and video editing. Worden helped UTD to back-to-back postseason appearances. Worden also served as the goalkeeper coach for the DFW Tornados of the PDL for two seasons. Prior to joining UTD and DFW, Worden was the executive director for the Smoky Mountain Soccer Club in Knoxville, TN. Worden guided the club to a Tennessee state championship at the U-16 level. During his playing career, Worden earned four letters for the University of Dallas as a goalkeeper. Worden earned USCAA All-Conference honors and was also named the team MVP while leading UD to the USCAA National Championship in 2002. Worden shattered all goalkeeping records at UD and was ranked 24th in the nation in saves per game in 2000. Worden received his degree in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Worden holds a National B License and a regional goalkeeper diploma. Worden and his wife Emily live in Walnut Creek, CA. Cody Worden Coaching File Education BA in History Coaching History Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

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University of Dallas, 2003 Saint Mary's (2007-pres.) UTexas at Dallas (2005-07)

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Jon Bernal Assistant Coach San Francisco, 2005 Third Year Jon Bernal returns for his third season as an assistant coach for the Gaels. A San Ramon, CA native, coach Bernal’s duties in Moraga include being the recruiting coordinator, scouting the competition, handling video, booking travel, and taking charge of the team’s academic

support. In 2009, Bernal helped the Gaels to their first ever NCAA appearance. In doing so, the Gaels posted the best record in SMC men's soccer history (10-5-5) and became the first team to post 10 wins in a season. Coach Bernal’s duties in Moraga will include being the recruiting coordinator, scouting the competition, handling video, booking travel, and taking charge of the team’s academic support. Bernal’s collegiate soccer career began at Saint Mary’s, where he patrolled the pitch as a midfielder in Moraga for the 2002 and 2003 seasons. Bernal recorded 10 points for the Gaels in his career, and in 2003 he was the team’s second leading scorer, posting four goals and one assist. Bernal then transferred to San Francisco where he won a WCC Championship with the Dons and earned a BA in United States History in 2005. From 2001-2007, Bernal assisted with the men’s soccer program at De La Salle High School in Concord, CA, where he helped develop the Spartans into a regional prep power. While with De La Salle, Bernal was also a regular on the club summer circuit. Bernal had the opportunity to help lead several teams, ranging in age from 10 to 18 years old, to championships. Bernal also served as Technical Director of the Mount Diablo Soccer Club in Clayton, CA from 2004-2008.

John Bernal Coaching File Education BA in United States History San Francisco, 2005

Coaching History Assistant Coach Saint Mary's (2008-pres.) VolunteerAssistant Coach Saint Mary's (2006)

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Returning Players

Malcolm Alugas

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Defender Junior- 6-0 Sunnyvale, CA Kings Academy HS

Sophomore (2009): Appeared in 18 games and started 15...was named to the WCC Honorable Mention team...had five points on the year, coming off two goals and one assist... notched his lone assist of the season in the 1-1 tie against Sacaramento State on 9/1/09...on 10/18/09, he scored his first collegiate game-winning goal in the 1-0 win over Loyola Marymount...notched his second goal in a 1-1 tie at San Francisco on 11/8/09...he recorded 14 shots with four shots on goal for a .286 shots on goal percentage...averaged 0.70 shots per game, 0.12 goals per game, 0.06 assists per game and 0.29 points per game. Freshman (2008): Played in 13 games starting six...made his Saint Mary’s debut on 8/29/08 versus UM Baltimore-County... made his first collegiate start and scored his first collegiate goal on 9/7/08 versus UC Irvine...in the 17th minute he launched a one-timer from 15 yards out to the back left of the net...for the year he notched four points off two goals...his second goal game in the 1-1 tie against Santa Clara on 10/12/09...took nine shots on the year with five on goal for a .556 shots on goal percentage.

High School: Earned one letter for soccer at Kings Academy High School in Sunnyvale, CA...named First Team All-League in the PSAL...scored 13 goals and tallied eight assists on his way to scoring 35 points...twice scored a hat-trick...helped guide his team to a 17-2 overall record under first-year head coach Steven Ting...also played forward for the Kings Academy Basketball team.

Malcolm Alugas's Career Statistics

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

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GP/GS 13/6 18/13 31/19

G 2 2 4

A 0 1 1

Pts 4 5 9

Shots 9 14 23

SOG 5 4 9

GW 0 1 1

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Returning Players

Nathan Arambula

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Defender Sophomore - 5-10 Mission Viejo, CA Capistrano Valley HS

Freshman (2009): The true freshman played in 13 games, starting nine...made his Saint Mary's debut on 9/1/09 starting in the 1-1 tie against Sacramento State...notched two shots on the year...was part of a defense that recorded a single-season Saint Mary's record with seven shutouts and second all-time with a singleseason goals against average of 1.03. High School: Came to Saint Mary’s from Capistrano High School in Mission Viejo, CA…lettered in soccer and track…was the Team MVP in soccer his sophomore year…played for the Pateadores Academy his junior and senior year…was named team captain four years in a row.

Nathan Arambula's Career Statistics

Year 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS G 13/9 0 13/9 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots SOG GW 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

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Jose Cabeza

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Midfielder Sophomore - 5-10 Antioch, CA Antioch HS

Freshman (2009): The true freshman played in 19 games starting 11... was named to All-WCC Freshman Team...made his Saint Mary's debut on 9/1/09 in the 1-1 tie against Sacramento State... notched two assists on the season for two points... recorded his first career assist on 9/25/09 in the 2-1 victory against UC Davis...made his first collegiate start on 10/2/09 against Gonzaga...his assist against San Francisco on 10/11/09 led to the game winning goal...notched 14 shots on the year with three on target for a .214 shots on goal percentage. High School: Was the points leader for the Antioch High School soccer team in Antioch, CA…was a member of the Diablo Valley Soccer Club that won three State Cup Championships and the Far West Regional Championship.

Jose Cabeza's Career Statistics

Year 2009 TOTAL

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GP/GS G 19/11 0 19/11 0

A 2 2

Pts Shots SOG GW 2 14 3 0 2 14 3 0

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Returning Players

Conroy Cunningham

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Defender Redshirt Sophomore - 5-8 St. Catherine, Jamaica Calabar HS

S ophomore (2009): Redshirted the season

Freshman (2008): Played in four games...made his Saint Mary’s debut on 8/29/08 versus UM Baltimore-County...took his first collegiate shot on 8/31/08 versus Navy...saw his most extensive action on 9/08/08 versus Houston Baptist, playing 58 minutes. High School: A four-time letterwinner in soccer and one-year in basketball for Calabar High School in St. Catherine, Jamaica... scored 15 career high school goals.... helped guide his teams to ISSA U-13, U-16, U-19 Championships...was also recruited by Florida International University.

Conroy Cunningham's Career Statistics

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 4/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Redshirted the season 4/0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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Joel Fumia

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Midfielder Redshirt Junior - 5-10 Los Gatos, CA Bellarmine Prep

Redshirt Sophomore (2009): The redshirt sophomore appeared in eight games...notched one shot on the season in the 2-1 win against Santa Clara on 10/25/09...averaged 0.14 shots per game.

Re d s h i r t Fre s h m a n (2008): Played in 18 games, starting nine...made his Saint Mary’s debut on 8/29/08 versus UM Baltimore-County...tallied his first collegiate point on an assist in the 4-2 win over Navy on 8/31/08...finished the year with three points off three assists... took 20 shots on the year with five on goal, for a .250 shots on goal percentage. Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

High School: Graduated from Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose, California where he played JV soccer for the 2003 and 2004 seasons...led the team in scoring (9) and assists (15) in 2004... did not play for the high school squad junior and senior year instead played for the Santa Clara Sporting Ruckus and USA 17 Academy and trained in England...helped his team claim the 2005 State Cup Championship...also helped his team to 2005 Regional Semi-Finals, 2005 Surf Cup Finals and 2006 Super Y League Nationals Finals in Tampa, Florida...participated in the Super Y League ODP National Camp in 2007.

Joel Fumia's Career Statistics

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL 28

GP/GS G A Pts Redshirted the season 18/9 0 2 2 8/0 0 0 0 26/9 0 2 2

Shots SOG GW 18 1 19

4 0 4

0 0 0

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Returning Players

Jordan Grider

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Defender Senior - 6-1 Concord, CA Concord HS

Junior (2009): The junior defender started 19 games for the Gaels...was named theWCCDefensivePlayerof the Year as well as All-WCC First Team accolades...has one assist on the season for one point...his assist led to the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win over UC Riverside on 10/6/09...a key part of the defense that set a new Saint Mary's single-season record with seven shutouts and second all-time for a single-season with a goal against average of 1.03. Sophomore (2008): Started 19 games, a career-high...earned West Coast Conference Honorable Mention accolades...tallied four points off two goals...scored his first collegiate goal in the 4-2 win over Navy on 8/31/08...his second goal of the season proved to be the game tying goal in the 2-2 draw at Santa Clara on 11/7/08, got a rebound and took a shot from outside the box beating the keeper in the 84th minute...for the season took 12 shots with 7 on goal for a .583 shots on goal percentage.

Freshman (2007): Played in and started 17 games for the Gaels in 2007...was an integral part of a young defense that held opponents to one goal or less 12 times out of 18 games, including six shutouts.

High School: Graduated from Concord High School in Concord, California where he lettered four years in soccer and one year in volleyball...helped his team place first in the DFAL and make it to the NCS playoffs all four years...also helped his team claim the U17 Gold title in GSL and play in the National Playoffs in Florida...garnered first team all league recognition...selected for the Contra Costa All-Times Team and the Contra Costa Top 100 Athletes...played center back for the MDSL Unity.

Jordan Grider's Career Statistics

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS 17/17 19/19 19/19 55/55

G 0 2 0 2

A 0 0 1 1

Pts 0 4 1 5

Shots 0 12 2 14

SOG 0 7 0 7

GW 0 0 0 0

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Returning Players

Justin Grider

15

Midfielder Redshirt Junior - 6-1 Concord, CA Concord HS

Redshirt Sophomore (2009): The forward started in 16 of the 19 games he appeared in... recorded three goals and one assist for seven points...the three goals were tied for second most on the team...notched first collegiate game-winner on 9/4/09 sending a shot to the back of the net against Alabama A&M...took 25 shots on the season with 12 on goal for a .480 shots on goal percentage...notched a goal in the 1-1 tie against CSU Bakersfield...scored the lone goal against CSU Fullerton on 9/20/09...his assist on 9/25/09 against UC Davis led to the gamewinner...averaged 1.25 shots per game, 0.17 goals per game, 0.06 assists per game and 0.39 points per game. Redshirt Freshman (2008): Started all 19 games in 2008 for the Gaels...made his Saint Mary’s debut on 8/29/08 versus UM Baltimore-County...scored first collegiate goal in the 4-0 win over Gonzaga on 11/16/08...finished the season with five points which was fifth on the team, with one goal and three assists... took 27 shots on the year with 12 on goal for a .444 shots on goal percentage. Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

High School: Graduated from Concord High School in Concord, California where he lettered four years in soccer and one year in volleyball...helped his team place first in the DFAL and make it to the NCS playoffs all four years...also helped his team claim the U17 Gold title in GSL and play in the National Playoffs in Florida...earned All-League DFAL honors...selected to tryout out for the Super Y National ODP team in Florida.

Justin Grider's Career Statistics

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL 30

GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW Redshirted the season 19/19 1 3 5 27 12 0 19/16 3 1 7 25 12 1 38/35 4 4 12 52 24 1

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Returning Players

Doug Herrick

1

Goalkeeper Junior - 6-3 Seattle, WA O'Dea HS

S ophomore (2009): Started 19 of the 20 games he appeared in, notching 1931:26 minutes in goal... was named to the WCC Honorable Mention team... set a Saint Mary's singleseason record for wins with 10, as well as a new single-season record in shutouts with seven, breaking a 12 year old record set in 1997... his goals against average of 1.03 is currently second all-time for the lowest in a single season...was named West Coast Conference Player of the Week on 10/4/09 following his play against Gonzaga and No. 18 Portland, notching 10 saves and a 0.45 goal against average...notched his first career shutout on 9/4/09 against Alabama A&M...earned his 10th win of the season, recording a shutout on the road at Portland on 10/30/09...notched nine games in which he had four saves or more...recorded 66 saves on the season for a .750 save percentage. Freshman (2008): Started one game between the pipes in his freshman campaign...made his Saint Mary’s debut on 9/07/08 versus UC Irvine...in that game he notched his first collegiate save...finished the year with a 0-1-0 record, playing 90 minutes, with a .250 save percentage and a 3.00 goal against average. High School: A three-time letterwinner in soccer for O’Dea High School in Seattle, WA...was named to the All-Metro 1st Team, and helped his club team win the US Club Regional...was also recruited by USF, Cal Poly SLO, and Seattle University.

Doug Herrick's Career Statistics

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS 1/1 20/19 21/20

Min. GA 90:00 3 1931:26 22 2021:26 25

GAA 3.00 1.03 1.11

Saves 1 66 67

W–L-T Sho 0-1-0 0 10-5-5 7 10-6-5 7

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Dylan Leslie

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Midfielder Redshirt Senior - 6-3 Lancaster, CA Paraclete HS

Redshirt Junior (2009): Was named to the NSCAA All-Far West Region 2nd Team...was named a 2009 CoSida First Team All-District VIII Scholar Athlete...was also named to the All-WCC First Team for the second time in his career...played in and started in all 18 games...notched three goals and nine assists on the year for a team-high15 points...finished second on the team in goals scored (3)...notched two game-winning goals on the season, the first coming against UC Irvine on 9/18/09...had a string of four-straight games in which he assisted the game winning goal from 10/18-10/30/09...scored two goals including the game winner on 10/2/09 against Gonzaga...recorded the assist that tied the game at San Francisco on 11/8/09...for the season, he recorded 33 shots, 14 on goal for a .424 shots on goal percentage.

Junior (2008): Redshirted the season while recovering from knee surgery from a left ACL tear.

Sophomore (2007): Named to the All-WCC First Team and the 2007 WCC All-Academic Team...started all 18 games for the Gaels... fifth on the team with four points stemming from one goal and two assists...all of his points came in wins for the Gaels...his goal coming in the 79th minute broke a zero-zero tie between the Gaels and USF...played and started in all 18 games for the second straight year...totaled 31 shots, with 12 on goal, giving him a .387 SOG percentage. Freshman (2006): Was named to the West Coast Conference Second Team and the WCC All-Freshman squad...earned West Coast Conference Player of the Week for his effort against No. 10-ranked San Diego...recorded a hat-trick against No. 10-ranked USD on Sept. 29...tallied first collegiate goal on Sept. 10 against UC Riverside...played and started in 18 games as a true freshman... tallied eight points on four goals...his four goals was tied for the most on the team...was 2-for-2 on penalty kicks...tallied one gamewinning goal...recorded 45 shots with 20 on goal.

High School: Comes to Saint Mary's from Paraclete High School in Lancaster, CA...was a four-year letterwinner compiling a 73-25-11 overall record...tallied 28 goals and 21 assists...led Paraclete to the 2003 CIF-SS title...was named the 2005 Olympic League MVP, to the All-CIF First-Team and Team MVP...in 2004 garnered All-CIF Second-Team accolades along with an Olympic League First-Team selection, also named 2004 Offensive Player of the Year...graduated from Paraclete HS as the Valedictorian with a 4.21 G.P.A. Dylan Leslie's Career Statistics

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL 32

GP/GS G A Pts 18/18 4 0 8 18/18 1 2 4 Redshirted the season 19/18 3 9 15 55/54 8 11 27

Shots SOG GW 45 20 1 21 12 1 33 99

14 46

2 4

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Returning Players

Jared Medina

6

Midfielder Redshirt Junior - 5-9 Rancho Penasquito, CA Mt. Carmel HS

Junior (2009): Redshirted the season.

S ophomore (2008): Played in 15 games, starting nine...notched three shots, one on goal for a .333 shots on goal percentage...in seven of the nine games he started, the Gaels held their opponents to one goal or less...notched his first collegiate shot on 10/5/08 versus Loyola Marymount. Freshman (2007): Played in 16 games as a true freshman... attempted three shots on the season...his first career shot came in a 1-0 win over Sacramento State...instrumental in the win as the defender helped prevent the Hornets from mounting any significant scoring threats. High School: Graduated from Mt. Carmel High School in San Diego, California where he lettered in soccer and was team captain during his junior and senior years...named 2006/07 Varsity Defensive Player of the Year...was in the state ODP Pool from 2003-2006...played in the 2006 Las Vegas ODP Regional games...was invited to the 2005 Premier Development Program... helped his San Diego Surf soccer team win back-to-back San Diego Surf Cup Championships for 2006 and 2007...Surf was also a finalist in the 2007 Nationals of State Cup and secured a 2007 Regional State Cup berth with a Far West Regional League Championship.

Jared Medina's Career Statistics

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS G A Pts 16/0 0 0 0 15/9 0 0 0 Redshirted the season 31/9 0 0 0

Shots SOG GW 3 0 0 3 1 0 6

1

0

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Tom Mohoric

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Defender Redshirt Junior - 6-1 Albuquerque, NM Highland HS

Redshirt Sophomore (2009): The redshirt sophomore played and started in 19 games... recorded one goal on the year for two points... scored the game-winning goal on 10/23/09 in the 1-0 win at Santa Clara... played a crucial role in a defense that recorded a single-season record seven shut outs and a 0.93 goal against average which is currently second all-time in a single season...for the year, he notched nine shots with three on goal for a .333 shooting percentage...averaged 0.53 shots per game, 0.06 goals per game and 0.12 points per game.

Redshirt Freshman (2008): Played in 12 games, starting seven...made his Saint Mary’s debut on 9/7/08 against UC Irvine... in the 3-1 win over San Francisco on 10/10/08 he notched his first collegiate goal, as well as his first game-winning goal, scoring two goals on the afternoon...finished the season fourth on the team in points with seven, off three goals and an assist... notched 12 shots on the year, with four on goal for a .333 shots on goal percentage. Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

High School: Graduated from Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he lettered three years in soccer, four years in basketball and one in football...recorded 13 goals and eight assists in his senior season...helped his club team to the New Mexico State Championship for four years... was an All-District First Team selection in 2006 and garnered honorable mention All-State recognition...in 2007 was an AllDistrict First Team selection and named District Player of the Year, was also an All-State First Team selection...was an All-State Kicker selection for football...was named Student Athlete of the Year at Highland High School in 2007.

Tom Mohoric's Career Statistics

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL 34

GP/GS G A Pts Redshirted the year 12/7 3 1 7 19/19 1 0 2 31/26 4 1 9

Shots SOG GW 12 9 21

4 3 7

1 1 2

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Returning Players

Trevor Newquist

2

Midfielder Sophomore - 6-3 San Diego, CA Torrey Pines HS

Freshman (2009): Made his Saint Mary's debut on 9/1/09 against Sacramento State...was named to the WCC AllFreshman Team and the WCC Honorable Mention Team...played in 19 games, starting 18...led the team in goals scored (4) and was second in points with 10...notched his first career goal against Sacramento State on 9/1/09...recorded his first career assist on 9/25 against UC Davis...scored two goals against Santa Clara on 10/25...has two game-winners, the first coming against Santa Clara on 10/25 and the second at Portland on 10/30...recorded 17 shots, seven on target for a .235 shots on goal percentage... the defender played a key role in a defense that helped record a new single-season record with seven shutouts. High School: Was a three-sport athlete at Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, CA‌in his senior year, he was named to the All-CIF First Team and the All-Avocado League Second Team in soccer.

Trevor Newquist's Career Statistics

Year 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS G 19/18 4 19/18 4

A 2 2

Pts Shots SOG GW 10 17 7 2 10 17 7 2

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Erik Rivas

7

Midfielder Senior - 5-8 Long Beach, CA Woodrow Wilson HS

Junior (2009): Played in 13 games starting 10... recorded three goals and one assist for seven points...the three goals is second most on the team... notched a game-winning goal on 9/25/09 against UC Davis, scoring two goals in the match...notched an assist in the tie against CSU Bakersfield...scored a goal against UC Irvine on 9/18/09...on the season, he recorded 17 shots with eight on goal for a .471 shots on goal percentage.

Sophomore (2008): Earned West Coast Conference Honorable Mention accolades...played in 18 games and started 16, both are a career-high...tallied nine points which tied for second on the team...scored four goals and one assist...scored his first collegiate game-winning goal in the 2-0 win over San Diego on 11/2/08... Saint Mary’s was 4-0 when he scored a goal last season...he was second on the team with 31 shots, 13 of them on goal for a .419 shots on goal percentage. Freshman (2007): Played in 16 games for the Gaels, and started in 14...first collegiate goal came in the 81st minute in the win over Davidson in the first game of the season...his first collegiate assist led to the game-winning goal over Wright St. in the 63rd minute...for the season totaled 22 shots, eight of which were on target for a .387 SOG percentage.

High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach, California...was a Third Team All-CIF selection in 2006...was a Second Team All-CIF selection and Moore League First Team selection in 2007...helped his team to the CIF Semi-finals...selected for the Dream Team and named Player of the Week Press Telegram in 2007.

Erik Rivas's Career Statistics

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL 36

GP/GS 16/14 18/16 13/10 47/40

G 1 4 3 8

A 1 1 1 3

Pts 3 9 7 19

Shots 22 30 17 69

SOG 8 13 8 29

GW 0 1 1 2

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Returning Players

Emmanuel Sarabia

10

Forward Junior - 5-7 Truckee, CA Truckee HS

S ophomore (2009): Played in 19 games, starting 17...notched four points off one goal and two assists...scored a goal in the 2-1 win over UC Riverside on 9/6/09...assisted the game-winning goal in the win over Alabama A&M on 9/4/09...notched his second assist in the match against CSU Fullerton on 9/20/09... took 19 shots on the year with eight on goal for a .421 shots on goal percentage...averages 1.00 shots per game, 0.06 goals per game, 0.11 assists per game and 0.22 points per game. Freshman (2008): Named to the 2008 All-West Coast Conference Freshman Team...played 16 games for the Gaels, starting six... made his Saint Mary’s debut on 9/5/08 against Houston Baptist... scored his first collegiate goal, a game winner, in the 2-1 win over Loyola Marymount on 10/5/08...for the season finished the year with two points off the lone goal....took 16 shots, with nine coming on target for a .562 shots on goal percentage.

High School: Was a three-year letterwinner in soccer...led his team to two State Championship titles his sophomore and senior year...as a sophomore, he was a First Team All-League selection, a Second Team All-State selection, and Defensive Player of the Year for his team...as a senior, he was a First Team All-League selection and a First Team All-State selection.

Emmanuel Sarabia's Career Statistics

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP/GS 16/6 19/17 35/23

G 1 1 2

A 0 2 2

Pts 2 4 6

Shots 15 19 34

SOG 8 8 16

GW 1 0 1

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Newcomers Ismail Adam

13

Midfielder Freshman - 5-7 Santa Clara, CA Santa Clara HS

8

Forward Freshman - 5-8 Sacramento, CA Jesuit HS

High School: Comes to Saint Mary’s by way of Santa Clara High School…was twice named first team all-league in 2008 and 2009…during 2010 season, was named first team all-county and El Camino League MVP…in 2005 he was a member of the ODP State Team, Regional Pool, and National Pool…2006 and 2007 ODP State Team Member…helped club team Santa Clara Sporting to 2007, 2008, and 2010 Cal North State Cup Championships and helped team win the 2010 Surf Cup.

High School: Comes to Saint Mary’s by way of Jesuit High School in Sacramento, CA, where he earned two letters in soccer… in his junior season he led the team in scoring with 28 goals…helped the team win the San Joaquin Section Championship his senior year…played for California Development Academy…the leading scorer in 2010 with 15 goals in 17 starts…in his first year with CDA, led team to playoffs

Duncan Capriotti

Agustin Cazarez

23

Midfielder Freshman - 5-8 Orange County, CA Santa Margarita Catholic HS

High School: Graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Orange County, CA, lettering two years in soccer… scored five goals and had three assists his senior season…was named captain, team MVP, and First Team All-Trinity League his senior year…as a junior, named Second Team All-Trinity League and garnered the coaches award… played club soccer for West Coast FC Gold, accumulating 28 goals and 15 assists in 2009-2010 season…helped his club team win Nomads in 2009.

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Austin Bravo

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Midfielder Junior - 5-7 Woodland Hills, CA Moorpark College

Community College: Attended Moorpark College in Moorpark, CA, lettering two years in soccer…was named 2008 and 2009 First Team Western State Conference and 2009 Moorpark College Team MVP.

High School: Graduated from Taft High School in Woodland Hills, CA, where he lettered four years in soccer…had 17 goals and 12 assists in 26 games during senior season…helped team win 2007-08 West League Valley Championship and 2008 MK Soccer Classic Division 1 Championship…senior season was named to 2007-08 All-LAUSD City Section First Team, 2007-08 All-West Valley League First Team, the 2007-08 All-West Valley League MVP, and Taft High School Varsity Soccer Team MVP

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Newcomers Colin Gurley

24

Midfielder Freshman - 6-1 Carlsbad, CA Carlsbad HS

Justin Howard

20

Forward Freshman - 5-8 Concord, CA De La Salle HS

High School: Comes to Saint Mary’s by way High School: Graduated from De La Salle High of Carlsbad High School…lettered three School in Concord, California, where he earned years in soccer…had 12 goals and 14 assists three letters for soccer…over the course of three through three years…garnered Second Team years, accumulated 30 goals and 40 assists… All-Palomar League Honors in 2009 and 2010, and was named named team captain for 2009-10 season…helped the team win Defensive Player of the Year for 2008 and 2009...won captains EBAL Championship and North Coast Section Championship award after senior year…also lettered one year in football in 2008 and 2009…named to the All-EBAL Honorable Mention Team and Second Team All-Area in 2008…First Team All-EBAL and Second Team All-Area in 2009…voted team Offensive MVP all three years…also lettered in baseball (3) and football (2)… helped football team win Open Division State Championship in 2009.

Braden Hoyt

30

Goalkeeper R. Sophomore - 6-1 Mill Valley, CA Tamalpais HS

Michael Jachetta

26

Defender Freshman - 6-0 Trabuco Canyon, CA El Toro HS

High School: Graduated from El Toro High High School: Comes to Saint Mary's from School in Trabuco Canyon, CA, lettering Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, CA... four years in soccer…helped team win lettered in soccer (4), baseball (3), and 2009 CIF Championship…was named to alltrack (1)...was named team MVP for soccer, baseball, and track after senior season...was named MCAL league team and Freshman of the Year…played club soccer for Player of the Year in 2008...helped club team win Las Vegas United FC and San Juan…helped club team win 2009 National Championship. Tournament in 2007 and Nomads Tournament in 2006.

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Newcomers Michael King

17

Defender Freshman - 5-11 San Diego, CA Torrey Pines HS

Nick Marshall

3

Midfielder Freshman - 5-11 Aliso Viejo, CA Aliso Niguel HS

High School: Earned three letters in soccer High School: Played first two years of high at Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, school soccer at Aliso Niguel High School CA…over three years of high school, scored in Aliso Viejo, CA…freshman year helped 12 goals and had 20 assists…helped his team his squad win the South Coast League win CIF Championship in 2009…named Avocado League First Championship and advance to the second round of CIF Division Team for the 2010 season and was a Union Tribune Scholar 1 Championships…sophomore season he recorded five goals Athlete in 2008, 2009, and 2010. and six assists while helping his team win the conference championship and return to second round of CIF Division 1 Championships…junior and senior year was a part of the US Soccer Development Academy…junior year was team captain for Pateadores U16 team and finished with 10 goals and five assists as a midfielder and defender…senior year, captained Pateadores U18 team and finished with four goals and six assists.

Peter Nguyen

11

Forward Freshman - 5-10 Milpitas, CA Milpitas HS

André Rawls

00

Goalkeeper Freshman - 6-2 Woodland Hills, CA Moorpark College

High School: Comes to Saint Mary’s by way High School: Graduated from Milpitas High of California High School in San Ramon, CA… School, where he lettered his first three lettered in soccer and track and field…helped years in soccer…in three years at Milpitas team to runner-up finish in NCS finals… HS, he scored 20 goals and had 36 assists… named Freshman of the Year following a four-goal and nine- was named all-league honorable mention in soccer…was also assists freshman campaign…named to first team all-league in named all-league in high-jump and triple jump…played club De Anza Division of Central Coast Section all three years and soccer for Walnut Creek Azzurri for two years. was named team-captain his junior year...senior year played in US Development Academy for De Anza Force Academy… during 2009 season he had six goals and nine assists to help De Anza lead the Northwest Division in goals scored…was on the Nor-Cal Premier Select team in 2007…part of Alameda Ruckus which won two straight district cups…helped Alameda Ruckus to be Regional Finalists in 2006 and 2007.

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Newcomers Brandon Saunders

25

Midfielder/Defender Freshman - 6-1 Brentwood, TN Ravenwood HS

High School: Comes to Saint Mary’s from Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, TN… named all-district in 2009 and captained the team for 2009 and 2010 seasons.

Cory Thomas

0

Goalkeeper Freshman - 6-1 Pleasanton, CA Amador Valley HS

High School: Graduated from Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, CA, where he lettered three years in soccer…team cocaptain his senior year…named Second Team All-North Coast Section Goalkeeper and to First Team All-East Bay Athletic League after the 2009-10 season…was named Team MVP following senior season…finished his senior year with 10 shutouts, a 1.08 goals against average, and 101 saves.

Hammie Sessions

21

Defender Freshman - 5-9 Aurora, CO Cherry Creek HS

High School: Comes to Saint Mary’s by way of Cherry Creek High School in Aurora, CO… lettered three years in soccer…played for Real Colorado in the 2007 State Cup Finals…also apart of Real Colorado Academy that finished fourth at U-16 nationals in 2008…captained the U-16 Real Colorado Academy team in 2009.

Patrick Watson

22

Defender R. Freshman - 5-10 Livermore, CA Granada HS

Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner in soccer and track at Granada High School in Livermore, CA…earned All-East Bay Athletic League (EBAL) honorable mention as a sophomore…earned Second Team All-EBAL honors his senior year while leading his team to the NCS playoffs for the first time in 15 years… in his four years of track, he earned 10 All-EBAL honors in four different events… off the field, he held a 4.13 GPA and made the Principal’s Honor Roll and was an Olympian Boosters finalist…plans to major in Engineering.

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2010 Opponents Sonoma State Seawolves | Aug. 28 - 5PM - Exhibition - Sonoma, CA Location................Rohnert Park, CA Enrollment..................................7,050 Conference..................................CCAA Colors..........Navy & Columbia Blue Nickname...........................Seawolves Facility............Seawolf Soccer Field

Head Coach..............Marcus Ziemer Alma Mater........Sonoma State, '88 Rec. at SSU....258-112-39 (20 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record.............................14-5-4 2009 Conf. Rec.............10-3-3 (1st)

MSOC SID..........................Tyler Lobe E-Mail.................lobe@sonoma.edu Office Phone........(707) 664-2478 Fax...........................(707) 664-3291 Press Box........................................N/A Website....SonomaSeawolves.com

Series............................................6-1-1 Streak..............................................W-4 At SMC..............................................4-1 At Opp..........................................1-0-1 Neutral.............................................1-0 Last Meeting........9/10/8 (W, 3-0)

Location........................Fullerton, CA Enrollment...............................36,000 Conference............................Big West Colors.....Navy, Orange, and White Nickname...................................Titans Facility.........................Titan Stadium

Head Coach...............Bob Ammann Alma Mater..........CS Fullerton, '92 Record at CSF.........27-44-7 (4 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record...............................8-9-2 2009 Conf. Rec...............4-5-1 (5th)

MSOC SID..........................Mel Franks E-Mail.......mfranks@fullerton.edu Office Phone..........(657) 278-3981 Fax.............................(657) 278-3141 Press Box................(657) 278-5882 Website.............fullertontitans.com

Series.............................................1-5-1 Streak.................................................L-3 At SMC...............................................0-2 At Opp:..........................................1-2-1 Neutral:.............................................0-1 Last Meeting........9/20/09 (L, 1-2)

Location:........................Evanston, IL Enrollment..................................8,000 Conference..............................Big Ten Colors...................Purple and White Nickname..............................Wildcats Facility.........................Lakeside Field

Head Coach.................Tim Lenahan Alma Mater...Richard Stockton, '83 Rec. at NU..............92-68-23 (9 yrs) Career Record...............218-136-41 2009 Record.............................11-5-4 2009 Conf. Rec...........3-2-1 (t-2nd)

MSOC SID..................Nick Brilowski E-Mail...brilowski@northwestern.edu Office Phone..........(847) 467-3831 Fax.............................(847) 491-8818 Press Box Phone..........................N/A Website.......................NUsports.com

Series.............................First Meeting Streak:....................................................0 At SMC:..............................................0-0 At Opp:...............................................0-0 Neutral:.............................................0-0 Last Meeting..................................N/A

Location:........................Berkeley, CA Enrollment...............................35,409 Conference...............................Pac-10 Colors...........................Blue and Gold Nickname.....................Golden Bears Facility..................Edwards Stadium

Head Coach.................Kevin Grimes Alma Mater...........................SMU, '90 Rec. at Cal........114-69-21 (10 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record...............................9-8-1 2009 Conf. Rec...............3-6-1 (6th)

MSOC SID....................Dean Caparaz E-Mail......dcaparaz@berkeley.edu Office Phone..........(510) 642-5048 Fax.............................(510) 643-7778 Press Box........................................N/A Website........................CalBears.com

Series..........................................4-18-2 Streak.................................................L-4 At SMC...........................................2-9-1 At Opp............................................2-8-1 Neutral..............................................0-1 Last Meeting........9/20/03 (L, 1-2)

Location:...............................Davis, CA Enrollment...............................32,153 Conference............................Big West Colors.................Yale Blue and Gold Nickname...................................Aggies Facility..........Aggie Soccer Stadium

Head Coach............Dwayne Shaffer Alma Mater..............Chico State, '88 Rec. at UCD........37-96-24 (13 yrs) Career Record...142-106-25 (14 yrs) 2009 Record.............................6-12-1 2009 Conf. Rec...............3-6-1 (6th)

MSOC SID.......Amanda Piechowski E-Mail...ajpiechowski@ucdavis.edu Office Phone..........(530) 752-2663 Fax.............................(530) 754-5674 Press Box........................................N/A Website..............ucdavisaggies.com

Series.............................................2-2-2 Streak...............................................W-2 At SMC...........................................2-1-1 At Opp............................................0-1-1 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting......9/25/09 (W, 2-1)

Location..........................San Jose, CA Enrollment...............................32,746 Conference..................................MPSF Colors...........Gold, White, and Blue Nickname..............................Spartans Facility....................Spartan Stadium

Head Coach.................Gary St. Clair Alma Mater.......San Jose State, '76 Rec. as SJSU...189-172-30 (20 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record.............................9-10-1 2009 Conf. Rec...............4-3-0 (3rd)

MSOC SID........................................TBD E-Mail...............................................TBD Office Phone........(408) 924-1211 Fax...........................(408) 924-1291 Press Box........................................N/A Website................sjsuspartans.com

Series..............................................9-16 Streak..............................................W-1 At SMC..............................................7-7 At Opp..............................................2-9 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting......9/23/07 (W, 2-1)

Location....................Bakersfield, CA Enrollment..................................8,000 Conference..................................MPSF Colors...........................Blue and Gold Nickname.....................Roadrunners Facility..................Main Soccer Field

Head Coach...................Simon Tobin Alma Mater...Nonington College, '83 Rec. at CSUB...264-165-39 (23 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record...............................8-7-2 2009 Conf. Rec...................3-4 (4th)

MSOC SID........................Mashall Fey E-Mail.......................mfey@csub.edu Office Phone..........(661) 654-3071 Fax.............................(661) 654-6978 Press Box........................................N/A Website.....................gorunners.com

Series.............................................0-1-1 Streak.................................................T-1 At SMC...............................................0-1 At Opp............................................0-0-1 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting......9/13/09 (T, 1-1 )

CS Fullerton Titans | Sept. 3 - 4PM - Saint Mary's Tournament- Moraga, CA

Northwestern Wildcats | Sept. 5 - 12PM - Saint Mary's Tournament - Moraga, CA

California Golden Bears | Sept. 10 - 4PM - Berkeley, CA

UC Davis Aggies | Sept. 12 - 5PM - Davis, CA

San Jose State Spartans | Sept. 16 - 7PM - San Jose, CA

CS Bakersfield Roadrunners | Sept. 19 - 2PM - Moraga, CA

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2010 Opponents Stanford Cardinal | Sept. 24 - 7PM - Laird Q. Cagan Stadium - Stanford, CA Location:....................Stanford, CA Enrollment...........................15,319 Conference............................Pac-10 Colors............Cardinal and White Nickname...........................Cardinal Facility...Laird Q. Cagan Stadium

Head Coach......................Bret Simon Alma Mater.........Masachusetts, '80 Rec. at Stan...........80-69-28 (9 yrs) Career Record...259-138-52 (20 yrs) 2009 Record.............................12-6-2 2009 Conf. Rec...............4-4-2 (3rd)

MSOC SID..................Ricky Brackett E-Mail........brackett@stanford.edu Office Phone..........(650) 736-9044 Fax.............................(650) 725-8642 Press Box........................................N/A Website....................gostanford.com

Series..........................................6-19-1 Streak.................................................L-8 At SMC.............................................3-10 At Opp............................................3-9-1 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting.....11/19/09 (L, 0-3)

Location.......................San Diego, CA Enrollment..................................7,600 Conference.......................West Coast Colors...Torero Blue, Navy and White Nickname................................Toreros Facility: Torero Stadium

Head Coach......Seamus McFadden Alma Mater.....San Diego State, '76 Rec. at USD..................None (1st yr) Career Record.............................None 2009 Record.............................12-5-2 2009 Conf. Rec................8-2-2 (1st)

MSOC SID.....................Ryan McCann E-Mail:....rmccann@sandiego.edu Office Phone..........(619) 260-2323 Fax...................................................None Press Box......................................None Website....................usdtoreros.com

Series..........................................7-23-4 Streak.................................................T-1 At SMC........................................4-10-2 At Opp.........................................3-13-2 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting....11/13/09 (T, 0-0 )

Location..................Los Angeles, CA Enrollment..................................8,300 Conference.......................West Coast Colors..........Crimson, Navy, & Gray Nickname.....................................Lions Facility...........................Sullivan Field

Head Coach..................Paul Krumpe Alma Mater.........................UCLA, '86 Rec. at LMU..107-102-27 (12 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record.............................10-9-2 2009 Conf. Rec...............5-5-2 (3rd)

MSOC SID.....................Mark Dodson E-Mail:...........mdodson2@lmu.edu Office Phone..........(310) 338-5798 Fax.............................(310) 338-2703 Press Box................(310) 258-8732 Website......................LMULions.com

Series........................................17-11-2 Streak.................................................L-1 At SMC........................................11-3-2 At Opp................................................6-8 Neutral:.............................................0-0 Last Meeting.....11/15/09 (L, 0-2)

Location...............San Francisco, CA Enrollment..................................8,000 Conference.......................West Coast Colors........................Green and Gold Nickname......................................Dons Facility................Negoesco Stadium

Head Coach......................Erik Visser Alma Mater........San Francisco, '82 Rec. at USF............86-75-11 (9 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record.............................7-10-2 2009 Conf. Rec...............4-7-1 (6th)

MSOC SID....................Ryan McCrary E-Mail...............mccrary@usfca.edu Office Phone..........(415) 422-6162 Fax.............................(415) 422-2929 Press Box........................................N/A Website..........................usfdons.com

Series..........................................9-26-3 Streak.................................................T-1 At SMC........................................6-12-1 At Opp.........................................3-14-2 Neutral.............................................N/A Last Meeting.......11/8/09 (T, 1-1 )

Location....................Santa Clara, CA Enrollment..................................8,685 Conference.......................West Coast Colors.........................Red and White Nickname...............................Broncos Facility.............Buck Shaw Stadium

Head Coach................Cameron Rast Alma Mater.............Santa Clara, '92 Rec. at SCU............93-47-29 (8 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record...............................6-9-5 2009 Conf. Rec............4-5-3 (t-5th)

MSOC SID.................Nick Mirkovich E-Mail............nmirkovich@scu.edu Office Phone..........(408) 554-4659 Fax.............................(408) 554-6942 Press Box................(408) 554-4759 Website...SantaClaraBroncos.com

Series..........................................3-30-5 Streak...............................................W-2 At SMC........................................2-15-2 At Opp.........................................1-15-3 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting...10/25/09 (W, 2-1 ot)

Location.........................Portland, OR Enrollment..................................3,600 Conference.......................West Coast Colors...................Purple and White Nickname....................................Pilots Facility...............................Merlo Field

Head Coach.........................Bill Irwin Alma Mater...................Portland, '94 Rec. at POR...........66-58-20 (7 yrs) Career Record............................Same 2009 Record.............................12-6-5 2009 Conf. Rec...............4-4-4 (4th)

MSOC SID.................Adam Linnman E-Mail....................linnman@up.edu Office Phone..........(503) 943-8439 Fax.............................(503) 943-7591 Press Box................(503) 943-7591 Website.............PortlandPilots.com

Series:.........................................6-21-4 Streak...............................................W-1 At SMC...........................................3-7-4 At Opp.............................................3-13 Neutral..............................................0-1 Last Meeting....10/30/09 (W, 1-0)

Location:.......................Spokane, WA Enrollment..................................7,319 Conference.......................West Coast Colors.............Blue, White, and Red Nickname..............................Bulldogs Facility....Gonzaga Soccer Stadium

Head Coach......Einar Thorainsson Alma Mater......................Cornell, '75 Rec. at GON....................125-119-24 Career Record............................Same 2009 Record.............................6-10-3 2009 Conf. Rec...............3-8-1 (7th)

MSOC SID......................Oliver Pierce E-Mail...pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu Office Phone..........(509) 313-6373 Fax.............................(509) 313-5730 Press Box................(509) 313-4224 Website.............................gozags.com

Series..........................................9-11-3 Streak.................................................L-1 At SMC...............................................7-5 At Opp............................................2-6-3 Neutral..............................................0-0 Last Meeting........11/1/09 (L, 0-5)

San Diego Toreros | Game 1 - Oct.1 - 4PM - Moraga, CA | Game 2 - Nov. 14 - 1PM - San Diego, CA

Loyola Marymount Lions | Game 1 - Oct. 3 - 2PM - Moraga, CA | Game 2 - Nov. 12 - 3PM - Los Angeles, CA

San Francisco Dons | Game 1 - Oct. 5 - 7PM - San Francisco, CA | Game 2 - Nov. 3 - 3PM - Moraga, CA

Santa Clara Broncos | Game 1 - Oct. 10 - 2PM - Moraga, CA | Game 2 - Nov. 5 - 7PM - Santa Clara, CA

Portland Pilots | Game 1 - Oct. 15 - 5PM - Portland, OR | Game 2 - Oct. 31 - 1PM - Moraga, CA

Gonzaga Bulldogs | Game 1 - Oct. 17 - 2PM - Spokane, WA | Game 2 - Oct. 29 - 3PM - Moraga,CA

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All-Time Record vs. Opponents Adelphi College (0-1) 9/20/91 (10) A L 2-3

Air Force (2-2) 9/18/98 H 9/12/99 A 9/10/00 H 9/27/02 N

W 2-1 L 0-6 W 2-1 L 0-4

Alabama A&M (1-1) 9/22/90 H L 0-2 9/4/09 H W 1-0

Boston College (1-0) 9/8/96 N W 5-2

Bowling Green (0-1) 9/25/05 A L 1-3 9/8/06 H T 1-1 (2ot)

Butler (0-0-1) 8/25/06 N

California (4-18-4) 1978 H 1979 A 9/16/80 H 9/22/81 A 9/24/82 H 10/4/83 (17) A 9/26/84 N 10/26/85 (20) A 11/5/86 H 11/4/87 A 9/23/88 H 9/30/89 A 10/7/90 H 11/3/91 A 9/30/92 H 9/12/93 A 9/18/94 H 9/10/95 A 9/2/96 H 9/1/97 A 9/24/99 H 10/22/00 H 9/13/02 A 9/20/03 H

T 1-1 (2ot) L 1-6 L 0-11 L 0-5 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-4 L 0-5 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-3 T 1-1 (ot) L 0-2 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 3-2 (ot) W 1-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 T 1-1 (ot) L 0-2 L 0-1 L 0-4 L 1-2

Cal Poly-Pomona (2-0) 9/13/86 N W 3-1 9/19/87 N W 4-2

Cal Poly (4-10-2) 10/18/81 A 10/26/82 H 9/16/83 A 9/12/84 H 11/5/85 H 9/24/86 A 9/8/87 H 10/19/88 A 11/5/89 H 9/14/94 H 9/29/95 A 10/27/96 H 11/2/97 A 9/11/98 H

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L 0-1 L 0-2 L 1-2 T 1-1 (ot) T 2-2 (ot) L 0-2 L 2-3 L 0-1 T 2-2 (ot) L 0-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 (ot) W 1-0 L 0-1

10/3/99 9/9/02 9/2/06

A A H

Charlotte (0-1) 9/2/07 N

Claremont (1-0) 9/11/86 N

Clemson (0-1) 10/4/91 (13) N

W 2-1 L 0-1 (ot) L 0-1 (2ot) L 1-2 W 3-1 L 1-4

Coastal Carolina (1-0) 9/17/93 N W 2-0

Colgate (1-0) 9/4/95

H

W 3-0

College of Notre Dame (2-0) 10/9/82 N W 8-1 9/30/01 H W 5-0

Columbia (1-1) 9/19/93 N 9/28/03 H

L 1-3 W 2-0

Connecticut (0-1) 9/7/96 A

L 0-3

CS Chico (0-1-1) 11/14/84 H 9/6/85 A

L 3-7 T 1-1 (ot)

CS Bakersfield (0-1-1) 9/8/07 H L 0-1 9/13/09 A T 1-1 (2ot)

CS Dominguez Hills (0-2) 10/2/82 A L 0-3 9/25/83 H L 1-3

CS Fullerton (1-5-1) 9/15/85 H L 1-3 9/30/86 A L 1-4 9/4/88 A T 0-0 (ot) 9/20/92 A W 3-1 9/26/93 (3) H L 1-3 10/28/01 N L 0-4 9/20/09 A L 1-2

CS Hayward (4-5-3) 10/15/80 A L 1-5 10/17/82 A L 1-5 10/17/83 H L 0-1 9/20/84 A T 0-0 (ot) 11/13/85 H W 3-1 10/22/86 A L 0-1 9/29/87 H L 0-1 8/26/88 H T 1-1 (ot) 11/8/89 A T 0-0 (ot) 8/27/90 H W 3-0 11/4/03 H W 4-0 10/27/04 H W 1-0

CS Northridge (2-3) 10/22/90 H W 3-2 9/27/98 H L 0-2

10/29/99 9/2/00 8/31/03

H A H

W 2-1 L 0-1 (ot) L 3-4

CS Los Angeles (2-4-2) 9/23/85 H L 0-1 9/28/86 A W 2-1 11/1/87 H L 0-1 9/14/88 H L 0-1 9/15/89 A T 1-1 (ot) 10/17/90 H W 4-1 10/11/92 A L 2-4 8/30/97 H T 2-2 (ot)

CS Monterey Bay (2-0) 9/21/02 H W 3-1 9/21/03 H W 3-1

CS San Bernardino (0-1) 9/12/86 N L 0-1 (ot)

CS Stanislaus (3-1-1) 1979 H W 2-1 11/15/80 A L 0-2 11/13/81 H W 2-1 11/6/82 A W 3-0 11/8/83 H L 1-1 (ot)

Davidson (2-2) 9/24/95 N 9/13/96 N 9/10/99 N 8/31/07 A

Deleware (0-0-1) 9/16/05 A

Denver (2-1) 9/25/98 9/29/02 9/3/03

H A H

L 1-2 L 1-2 (ot) W 1-0 W 2-0 T 2-2 (2ot) W 3-1 L 0-2 W 3-2

Dominican University (3-0) 9/18/00 H W 5-1 9/23/01 H W 3-0 10/20/02 H W 2-1

Fresno Pacific (1-0) 9/9/88 A W 4-1

Fresno State (3-13-2) 1978 A L 0-9 1979 H L 0-11 10/11/80 A L 0-7 10/28/81 H L 0-1 10/31/82 A L 1-4 10/12/83 H L 1-4 11/7/84 (18) A L 0-2 10/9/85 (14) H L 0-2 10/28/86 (16) A L 1-3 10/21/87 H L 2-3 (ot) 10/10/90 (11) A L 0-2 9/8/91 (13) H W 3-2 9/29/96 (8) A T 2-2 (ot) 9/11/97 H W 1-0 11/6/98 H L 1-2 9/17/00 N L 1-2 8/30/02 H T 2-2 (2ot)

9/26/03

H

Gonzaga (9-11-3) 10/9/93 H 10/30/94 A 10/29/95 H 11/3/96 A 10/17/97 H 10/9/98 A 10/31/99 H 10/15/00 A 11/18/01 H 10/4/02 A 11/8/03 H 10/17/04 A 11/12/04 H 10/9/05 A 11/4/05 H 10/8/06 A 11/3/06 H 10/5/07 H 11/4/07 A 10/17/08 A 11/16/08 H 10/2/09 H 11/1/09 A

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

Houston Baptist (0-1) 9/5/08 H L 0-1

Humboldt State (1-4-1) 1979 H L 0-2 10/26/80 A L 0-4 9/18/81 H L 0-1 9/18/82 A W 2-1 10/28/83 H T 1-1 (ot) 9/8/84 H L 1-2 (ot)

Illinois-Chicago (0-1) 9/12/03 N L 1-2 (ot)

Illinois State (0-1) 9/23/94 H L 0-1

Jacksonville (1-0) 9/2/89 N W 3-1

James Madison (0-1) 9/5/94 (18) N L 0-5

LaVerne (1-0) 10/9/81 H

W 3-2

Loyola Marymount (17-11-2) 11/1/84 (forfeit) H W 1-0 10/4/87 H W 4-1 10/9/88 H W 6-1 9/14/89 A W 1-0 10/19/90 H W 2-0 10/9/91 H W 5-0 10/18/92 H W 5-0 10/15/93 A W 5-1 10/7/94 H W 2-0 10/22/95 A L 1-2 (ot) 10/20/96 H W 1-0 11/9/97 A L 0-1 10/16/98 H W 1-0 11/1/98 A W 3-1

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All-Time Record vs. Opponents 11/5/99 10/8/00 11/4/01 10/27/02 (11) 10/19/03 (14) 10/10/04 11/7/04 (24) 10/23/05 11/10/05 10/1/06 10/27/06 10/21/07 11/18/07 10/5/08 10/31/08 10/18/09 11/15/09

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

L 0-5 L 1-2 L 1-2 (ot) L 1-2 W 2-1 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot) L 1-2 (2ot) L 1-2 W 2-1 T 1-1 (2ot) L 1-2 (ot) W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 L 0-2

Maryland (BC) (0-2) 9/27/92 H L 0-1 8/29/08 N L 2-4

Menlo College (3-3) 1979 H L 2-3 9/12/80 A L 2-3 10/2/81 H W 1-0 10/8/82 A L 2-3 10/25/83 H W 2-1 10/14/84 H W 4-0

Michigan State (0-1) 9/17/99 H L 1-2

Navy (1-0) 8/31/08

A

W 4-2

New Mexico (0-1) 11/1/92 (25) N

L 1-6

New Hampshire (0-1-1) 9/7/97 N L 1-2 9/3/04 A T 0-0 (2ot)

North Carolina (0-1) 8/31/90 N L 1-2

UNC Charlotte (0-2) 9/11/92 N L 0-4 9/22/95 A L 1-5

UNC Greensboro (0-1) 9/13/92 N L 0-2

Northern Illinois (1-0) 9/25/92 H W 4-1

Notre Dame (1-1) 10/11/98 H 9/26/99 H

Ohio State (0-1) 9/15/96 N

L 1-2 W 2-0 L 1-3

Old Dominion (0-1) 10/30/92 N L 1-2

Oregon State (3-3) 9/29/90 H W 4-0

10/18/91 9/2/95 10/6/02 9/14/03 9/3/05

Pacific (1-4-2) 1978 1979 11/11/80 11/11/81 11/12/82 10/26/84 10/2/85

A N A A H

W 3-0 L 0-3 L 2-4 L 0-2 W 1-0

A H A H A A H

L 1-5 L 1-2 (ot) T 0-0 (ot) L 1-4 (ot) L 1-2 T 0-0 (ot) W 2-1

Pennsylvania (0-1) 10/18/98 H L 0-1

Philadelphia (1-0) 9/18/05 A W 3-0

Portland (6-20-4) 9/2/84 N 10/17/87 A 9/29/88 (2) H 10/15/89 (15) A 10/14/90 H 10/20/91 (21) A 10/25/92 (18) H 10/24/93 A 10/21/94 H 10/15/95 (14) A 11/10/96 H 10/12/97 A 11/8/98 H 10/10/99 A 11/5/00 H 10/14/01 (16) A 11/10/02 (20) H 10/12/03 A 10/15/04 A 11/14/04 H 10/7/05 A 11/6/05 H 10/6/06 A 11/5/06 H 10/7/07 H 11/2/07 A 10/19/08 A 11/14/08 H 10/4/09 (18) H 10/30/09 A

Richmond (1-1) 9/3/94 A 10/6/95 N

Rutgers (1-0) 10/5/03 (11) A

L 0-2 L 1-5 L 0-3 L 0-7 L 0-2 L 2-3 (ot) L 2-3 L 0-3 T 1-1 (ot) L 0-1 L 1-3 L 2-4 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 0-2 L 2-3 L 1-6 L 1-2 (2ot) L 1-3 W 2-0 W 2-1 (2ot) L 1-2 T 1-1 (2ot) T 0-0 (2ot) L 0-1 (ot) L 0-3 W 3-2 T 1-1 (2ot) W 1-0 W 3-1 L 1-2 W 2-1 (2ot)

Sacramento State (13-10-4) 1979 H L 1-7 10/8/80 A T 1-1 (ot) 9/15/81 H L 0-1 9/14/82 H L 0-3 10/7/83 H L 0-1 (ot) 10/24/84 A W 2-1 9/1/86 H W 3-0

10/11/88 10/19/89 10/23/91 11/8/92 9/10/93 11/2/94 9/13/95 10/13/96 10/5/97 10/4/98 10/1/99 10/13/00 8/31/01 9/20/02 9/7/03 9/12/04 9/1/05 9/21/07 9/14/08 9/1/09

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

San Diego (7-23-4) 10/3/82 A 9/30/83 H 10/21/84 A 9/21/85 H 11/2/86 A 10/2/87 H 10/14/88 A 10/22/89 H 10/30/90 A 11/1/91 H 10/9/92 (13) A 10/17/93 A 11/13/94 H 10/20/95 (18) A 11/16/96 H 11/7/97 A 11/15/98 (24) H 11/7/99 (19) A 11/12/00 (10) H 11/2/01 (22) A 11/17/02 (23) H 10/17/03 A 10/8/04 H 11/5/04 A 10/14/05 H 10/21/05 A 9/29/06 (10) H 10/29/06 A 10/19/07 A 11/16/07 H 10/3/08 H 11/2/08 A 10/16/09 A 11/13/09 (14) H

W 4-2 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 2-3 L 1-2 W 2-1 (ot) W 5-1 W 3-2 W 3-2 (ot) W 2-0 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 (ot) T 1-1 (ot) L 0-1 T 1-1 (2ot) W 3-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-2 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-2 (ot) L 0-1 T 3-3 (ot) W 3-2 T 2-2 (ot) W 1-0 (ot) L 2-3 L 0-2 L 0-1 (ot) L 2-4 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 0-1 T 0-0 (2ot) W 2-1 L 2-4 W 2-1 W 4-2 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 1-3 L 0-1 W 2-0 L 0-2 T 0-0 (2ot)

San Diego State (6-7) 10/2/83 H L 1-2 10/19/84 A L 0-2 10/31/86 A L 0-3 10/25/87 (20) H L 1-6 10/16/88 (8) A L 0-2 9/22/89 (18) H W 2-0 10/26/90 A L 0-1 9/27/91 (19) H L 0-1 9/24/93 H W 3-2 10/2/94 N W 2-0

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A A H

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

San Francisco (7-24-3) 1978 H L 0-4 1979 (2) A L 0-22 10/5/80 H L 0-6 10/23/81 (7) A L 0-2 10/14/82 (3) H L 0-7 10/30/83 (8) A L 0-3 10/30/84 H T 0-0 (ot) 11/8/85 A L 1-2 10/24/86 (9) H L 0-3 10/20/87 (15) A L 0-3 10/2/88 A L 0-1 10/8/89 H W 1-0 (ot) 10/2/90 A W 3-1 (ot) 10/27/91 (8) H L 1-2 11/4/92 A T 1-1 (ot) 10/10/93 (20) H L 1-2 11/8/94 A L 1-4 11/12/95 H L 0-1 10/25/96 A L 0-3 10/26/97 H W 1-0 (ot) 10/23/98 A L 1-2 11/14/99 H L 0-1 10/27/00 A L 1-3 11/16/01 H W 4-1 10/18/02 A L 0-4 10/26/03 H L 0-1 10/22/04 H L 1-2 10/24/04 A L 0-2 9/30/05 H W 1-0 10/30/05 A L 1-4 9/21/06 (11) H W 1-0 10/22/06 (12) A L 0-1 10/11/09 H W 1-0 (ot) 11/8/09 A T 1-1 (2ot)

San Francisco State (4-6-1) 1979 H L 0-5 9/30/80 A L 1-4 10/30/81 H L 1-2 (ot) 10/20/82 A L 1-4 9/13/83 H W 1-0 (ot) 9/14/84 A L 1-2 10/22/85 H W 3-2 10/2/86 A L 1-3 10/14/87 H T 0-0 (ot) 9/11/88 A W 1-0 9/27/89 H W 2-0

San Jose State (9-16) 1978 H L 0-8 1979 A L 0-15 11/5/80 H L 0-4 10/7/81 (15) A L 0-5 9/29/82 H L 1-2 9/21/83 A L 0-1 11/10/84 H W 3-2 10/12/85 A L 0-1 10/11/86 H W 2-1 9/23/87 A L 1-3 11/8/88 H W 4-2 10/4/89 A W 4-2 9/26/90 H W 2-0 (ot) 10/27/92 H W 2-1 (ot)

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All-Time Record vs. Opponents 10/25/94 11/1/95 10/1/96 9/30/97 9/20/98 10/5/00 (14) 9/2/01 10/11/02 9/7/05 8/31/06 9/23/07

A H H A H A H H A A H

L 2-3 W 3-1 (ot) L 1-2 W 3-2 (ot) L 0-1 (ot) L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 2-1

Santa Clara (3-30-5) 1978 A L 0-10 1979 (18) H L 0-16 9/15/80 A L 1-5 9/30/81 H L 0-2 11/9/82 A L 1-6 11/2/83 H L 0-7 10/2/84 A L 0-4 10/30/85 H L 1-2 10/7/86 A T 3-3 (ot) 10/11/87 H L 0-3 11/6/88 A L 1-5 10/29/89 (1) H L 0-1 11/4/90 (7) A L 1-3 11/10/91 (2) H L 0-2 10/20/92 A L 0-2 11/7/93 (7) H L 0-1 10/13/94 A L 2-3 11/8/95 (10) H L 0-1 10/8/96 A L 0-2 11/16/97 H W 2-0 11/12/98 (5) A L 2-4 10/24/99 (2) H T 1-1 (ot) 11/2/00 A L 0-3 11/11/01 H L 0-1 11/2/02 A L 1-4 11/2/03 (5) H L 1-2 10/1/04 (4) H L 0-1 10/31/04 (12) A L 1-2 10/2/05 (8) A L 2-3 (ot) 10/28/05 (4) H L 0-1 10/13/06 (17) A T 0-0 (2ot) 10/15/06 (17) H L 1-2 (ot) 10/14/07 (5) H L 0-2 11/11/07 (3) A L 1-4 10/12/08 H T 1-1 (2ot) 11/7/08 A T 2-2 (2ot) 10/23/09 A W 1-0 10/25/09 H W 2-1 (2ot)

Seattle (0-1) 1978

H

L 1-4

Seattle Pacific (0-2) 9/7/85 N L 0-4 9/5/92 H L 1-4 (ot)

Seton Hall (1-0) 9/22/91 (14) A

W 2-0

Simon Fraser (1-1) 9/10/85 H L 0-5 9/7/90 H W 4-1

Sonoma State (6-1-1) 10/17/80 H L 1-3

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9/25/81 9/26/82 9/19/83 9/3/84 9/8/86 9/20/88 9/10/89

A H A N H H H

W 2-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 (ot) W 1-0 W 3-0 W 4-1 W 3-0

South Carolina-Spartanburg (0-1) 10/22/88 H L 0-1

South Florida (0-1) 9/13/91 H L 1-3

SMU (0-1) 10/3/93 (15) N

Stanford (4-21-1) 1978 A 10/22/79 H 11/1/80 A 11/3/81 H 10/23/82 A 10/19/83 H 10/10/84 A 10/19/85 H 10/15/86 A 11/11/87 H 9/1/88 A 11/2/89 H 9/19/90 A 9/29/91 H 10/14/92 A 11/2/93 H 9/25/94 H 9/17/95 A 11/7/96 H 10/23/97 (21) A 8/31/98 (2) H 9/1/99 (23) L 9/22/00 (6) L 10/7/01 (3) L 9/15/02 (1) L 11/19/09 L

L 1-2 L 0-10 L 0-8 L 3-5 (ot) L 1-2 (ot) L 1-4 L 0-5 L 0-1 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 2-1 (ot) L 1-2 W 2-0 T 2-2 (ot) L 1-4 L 0-3 L 2-3 (ot) W 3-1 W 3-1 L 1-5 L 0-4 L 0-5 A 0-3 H 0-5 A 1-4 H 0-1 A 0-3

St. John’s (0-1) 10/3/03 (14) N

L 0-3

N H H N

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

N

L 1-2

TCU (4-0) 9/3/88 9/15/91 9/22/96 9/4/98

Tulsa (0-1) 9/8/00

UC Davis (2-2-2) 9/18/85 A 9/6/86 H 9/3/87 A 9/6/89 H 9/8/04 H 9/25/09 H

T 2-2 (ot) L 1-3 L 1-3 T 1-1 (ot) W 1-0 W 2-1

UC Irvine (5-3-1) 9/14/90 A 9/10/91 H 9/19/97 H 10/8/99 H 9/4/00 A 9/18/01 H 9/10/06 N 9/7/08 H 9/18/09 (16) A

UCLA (0-7) 9/17/89 (10) 9/16/90 (2) 10/13/91 (8) 10/1/95 (2) 10/30/98 (9) 10/1/00 (24) 10/26/01 (15)

A A H A A A A

UC Riverside (2-2) 8/19/03 H 9/19/04 N 9/10/06 H 9/6/09 H

W 2-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 (2ot) L 0-2 T 0-0 (2ot) L 1-2 L 1-2 W 2-1 (2ot) L L L L L L L

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

L 0-1 L 2-4 W 4-2 W 2-1 (2ot)

UC San Diego (0-1) 9/28/85 N L 0-4

UC Santa Barbara (4-6) 9/18/86 H L 0-1 9/13/87 A L 1-3 9/17/88 H W 2-1 9/19/92 N W 3-0 9/11/94 H W 1-0 9/7/95 H L 0-2 11/1/97 A L 1-3 9/19/99 H L 1-3 9/17/01 H W 1-0 9/6/02 A L 0-6

UC Santa Cruz (3-0) 10/13/81 A W 3-0 11/4/82 H W 5-3 10/22/83 A W 4-0

UNLV (1-8-1) 10/11/82 11/5/83 (16) 10/20/86 9/1/89 10/29/93 9/30/94 9/6/98 10/13/02 9/15/06 9/21/08

H A H A H A A H A N

L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 0-6 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 (2ot) L 1-2

Vermont (2-1-1) 10/1/93 N 9/20/96 H 9/6/97 A 9/5/04 N

W 4-1 W 4-1 L 1-3 T 0-0 (2ot)

US International (2-1) 9/29/85 N L 1-3 9/20/87 N W 2-0 10/30/88 H W 3-2

Virginia (0-1) 10/8/95 (1) H

L 2-3 (ot)

Wake Forest (0-0-1) 9/2/90 (20) A T 1-1 (ot)

Washington (1-7-1) 10/18/87 A L 0-3 10/13/89 N T 1-1 (ot) 10/6/91 (16) N W 2-0 10/28/94 A L 0-2 11/1/96 (4) A L 1-2 10/3/97 (7) H L 0-3 10/12/01 (19) A L 1-4 9/17/04 (10) A L 0-1 9/11/05 H L 0-1

Western Washington (1-0) 9/5/85 N W 4-1

Westmont (0-0-1) 9/11/87 A T 2-2 (ot)

Wisconsin (1-2) 9/4/93 (10) A 9/21/97 H 9/5/99 A

L 0-5 W 3-0 L 1-5

Wisconsin-Green Bay (1-0) 9/9/01 N W 4-2

Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1-4) 9/9/90 (20) H L 3-4 9/5/93 N L 2-3 9/3/99 N L 0-1 10/21/00 H 2-1 9/8/01 A 0-3 Wright State (2-0) 8/27/06 A 2-1 9/16/07 H 2-1

All-Time Record (27 Years) Overall Record: 168-353-48 (.323) Pacific Coast Confernce (1978-1987)

PCC Record (10 Years): 5-59-4 (.078) West Coast Conference (1988-Present)

WCC Record (17 Years): 33-71-8 (.317)

( ) Indicates coaches poll national ranking at the time of the game.

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2009 Season Review


2009 Statistics 2009 Men's Soccer Statistics (10-5-5, 6-3-3 WCC) (Listed by Total Points) ## Name 4 Dylan Leslie 2 Trevor Newquist 15 Justin Grider 7 Erik Rivas 19 Malcolm Alugas 25 Jason Coehlo 24 Emmanuel Sarabia 8 Yousef Samy 14 Mark Araujo 13 Tom Mohoric 9 Jose Cabeza 17 Ben Bperber 10 Bryan VanDoorninck 18 Jordan Grider 21 Dominic Smith 16 Nathan Arambula 12 Joel Fumia 3 Scott Eberhardt 11 Boyah Kaar 0 Doug Herrick Total Opponents

GP-GS 19-19 19-18 19-16 13-10 18-15 20-20 19-17 16-14 14-7 18-18 19-11 16-0 17-1 19-19 13-6 13-9 8-0 3-0 8-0 20-20 20 20

G 3 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 22

Goalkeepers Statistics ## Name GP/GS Minutes 0 Doug Herrick 20-18 1931:26 TM TEAM 0:00 Total 20 1931:26 Opponents 20 1931:26

A 9 2 1 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 23 GA 22 0 22 20

GOALS BY PERIOD Saint Mary's (CA) Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 11 5 3 1 20 6 16 0 0 22

SAVES BY PERIOD Saint Mary's (CA) Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 26 38 2 1 67 30 28 8 2 68

SHOTS BY PERIOD Saint Mary's (CA) Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 100 91 14 7 212 85 108 8 3 204

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Saint Mary's (CA) 49 39 4 3 95 Opponents 41 59 7 1 108 FOULS BY PERIOD Saint Mary's (CA) Opponents

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1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 117 152 10 6 285 108 144 7 14 273

Pts 15 10 7 7 5 5 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 67

Sh Shot% 33 14 17 7 25 12 17 8 14 4 9 8 19 8 13 7 10 4 9 3 14 3 11 3 7 3 2 0 8 4 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 212 204

Avg 1.03 0.00 1.03 0.93

Saves Pct 66 .750 1 1.000 67 .753 68 .773

SOG SOG% 2 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 88 89 W 10 0 10 5

L 5 0 5 10

TEAM STATISTICS SMC SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 20-212 Goals scored per game 1.00 Shot pct .094 Shots on goal-Attempts 88-212 SOG pct .415 Shots/Game 10.6 Assists 24 CORNER KICKS

95

PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards

35 3

PENALTY KICKS

0-0

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GW 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 T 5 0 5 5

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 ShO 7 0 7 5 OPP

22-204 1.10 .108 89-204 .436 10.2 23 108 1-1 29 0


2009 Statistics 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer Game Results Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall/WCC

Att.

Goals scored (Assisted by)

Sep 01, 2009

SACRAMENTO STATE

TO2

1-1

0-0-1/0-0-0

288

NEWQUIST, Trevor (ALUGAS, COEHLO)

Sep 04, 2009

$ALABAMA A&M

W

1-0

1-0-1/0-0-0

160

GRIDER, Justin (SARABIA)

Sep 06, 2009

$UC RIVERSIDE

WOT

2-1

2-0-1/0-0-0

429

SARABIA, Emmanuel (GRIDER Jo.,

VANDOORNINCK)

ARAUJO, Mark (LESLIE)

Sep 13, 2009

GRIDER, Justin (RIVAS, COEHLO)

at CSU Bakersfield

TO2

1-1

2-0-2/0-0-0

115

Sep 18, 2009

at #16 UC Irvine

WO2

2-1

3-0-2/0-0-0

379

RIVAS, Erik (LESLIE)

Sep 20, 2009

Sep 25, 2009

at CSU Fullerton

UC DAVIS

L

W

1-2

2-1

3-1-2/0-0-0

4-1-2/0-0-0

240

300

GRIDER, Justin (LESLIE, SARABIA)

RIVAS, Erik (GRIDER, Ju., NEWQUIST)

Oct 02, 2009

*GONZAGA

W

2-0

5-1-2/1-0-0

276

LESLIE, Dylan (NEWQUIST, COEHLO)

LESLIE, Dylan (SPERBER)

LESLIE, Dylan (unassisted)

Oct 04, 2009

*#18 PORTLAND

TO2

1-1

5-1-3/1-0-1

215

COEHLO, Jason (unassisted)

Oct 11, 2009

*SAN FRANCISCO

WOT

1-0

6-1-3/2-0-1

275

SAMY, Yousef (CABEZA)

Oct 16, 2009

*at San Diego

L

0-2

6-2-3/2-1-1

451

None

*at Santa Clara

W

Oct 18, 2009

Oct 23, 2009

Oct 25, 2009

*at Loyola Marymount W

*SANTA CLARA

WOT

1-0

1-0

2-1

7-2-3/3-1-1

8-2-3/4-1-1

9-2-3/5-1-1

461

ALUGAS, Malcolm (LESLIE)

857

MOHORIC, Tom (LESLIE)

280

NEWQUIST, Trevor (LESLIE)

NEWQUIST, Trevor (LESLIE)

Oct 30, 2009

NEWQUIST, Trevor (LESLIE)

Nov 01, 2009

*at Portland

*at Gonzaga

Nov 08, 2009

*at San Francisco

Nov 13, 2009

*#14 SAN DIEGO

Nov 15, 2009 Nov 19, 2009

W

L

TO2

1-0

0-5

10-2-3/6-1-1

10-3-3/6-2-1

1366

374

None

1-1

0-0

10-3-4/6-2-2

10-3-5/6-2-3

431

280

None

*LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L

0-2

10-4-5/6-3-3

298

None

%at Stanford

0-3

10-5-5/6-3-3

742

None

TO2 L

ALUGAS, Malcolm (LESLIE)

$Saint Mary's Tournament (Moraga, CA) *West Coast Conference match

%NCAA Tournament (Palo Alto, CA) Home Games Listed in BOLD

TEAM RECORD: W-L-T

ATTEND

Dates

Total

Average

Overall: 10-5-5 Conference: 6-3-3 Home: 6-1-3 Away: 4-4-2 Neutral: 0-0-0 Overtime: 4-0-5

Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

20 10 10 0

8217 2801 5416 0

411 280 542 0

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2009 Statistics 2009 West Coast Conference Standings (Final) West Coast Conference Only Team W L T #26 San Diego 8 2 2 Saint Mary's 6 3 3 #35 Loyola Marymount 5 5 2 # 17 Portland 4 4 4 Santa Clara 4 5 3 San Francisco 4 7 1 Gonzaga 3 8 1

WCC Individual Awards Player of the Year Ryan Peterman (USD) Freshmen of the Year Patrick Wallen (USD) Defensive Player of the Year Jordan Grider (SMC) Coach of the Year Adam Cooper (SMC) All-Conference Teams First Team Second Team Jalil Anibaba, SCU Nick Barclay, GON Rafael Baca, LMU Kelin Briones, USD Conor Chinn, USF Bryan Burke, USF Jordan Grider, SMC Jason Coehlo, SMC Austin Guerrero, POR Andrew Feld, USD Dylan Leslie, SMC Ben Funkhouser, GON Tye Perdido, GON Ryan Kawulok, POR Ryan Peterman, USD Jonathan Levi, USF Jarad vanSchaik, POR Erik Hurtado, SCU Patrick Wallen, USD Logan McDaniel, LMU Collen Warner, POR Vincent Ocampo, LMU Sam Reeder, USD All-Freshman Team Jose Cabeza, SMC Ricardo Carrillo, POR James Cohn, USD Erik Hurtado, SCU Larry Jackson, SCU James Matern, GON Trevor Newquist, SMC James Rochlitz, LMU Brendan Roslund, USF Sean Sears, LMU Marc Tonkel, POR Patrick Wallen, USD

PTS. 26 21 17 16 15 13 10

Honorable Mention Malcolm Alugas, SMC; Scott Barnum, GON; Mitch Boland, GON; James Cohn, USD; Victor Cortez, USF; Phil Da Silva, LMU; Roger Downes, LMU; Logan Emory, POR; Tim Grey, USD; Doug Herrick, SMC; William Johnson, LMU; Tyler Krumpe, LMU; Ryan Luke, POR; Eric Masch, SCU; James Matern, GON; Tim Muravez, GON; Trevor Newquist, SMC; Michael Nielsen, POR; Yousef Samy, SMC; Patrick Sampson, LMU; Brandom Zimmerman, SCU

WCC Statistical Leaders Points Player- School 1 Collen Warner - POR 2 Conor Chinn - USF Rafael Baca - LMU 4 Jarad vanSchaik - POR 5 Patrick Wallen - USD 6 Tye Perdido - GON 7 Erik Hurtado - SCU Ryan Luke - POR 9 Dylan Leslie - SMC 10 Andrew Feld - USD

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GP 22 19 20 23 18 19 19 21 19 20

G 9 10 9 6 7 6 7 7 3 6

A 7 3 5 8 4 5 2 2 9 2

Pts. Pts./G 25 1.14 23 1.21 23 1.15 20 0.87 18 1.00 17 0.89 16 0.84 16 0.74 15 0.79 14 0.70

Team #17 Portland #26 San Diego Saint Mary's #35 Loyola Marymount Santa Clara Gonzaga San Francisco

Goals Player - School 1 Conor Chinn - USF 2 Rafael Baca - LMU Collen Warner - POR 4 Patrick Wallen - USD Erik Hurtado - SCU Ryan Luke - POR 7 Tye Perdido - GON Andrew Feld - USD 10 Eric Masch - SCU

Assists Player - School 1 Dylan Leslie - SMC 2 Jarad vanSchaik - POR 3 Collen Warner - POR 4 Bryan Burke - USF Marc Tonkel - POR 6 4 tied with five assists 10 6 tied with four assists

Saves Player-School 1 Scott Barnum - GON 2 Austin Guerrero - POR 3 Doug Herrick - SMC 4 Kelin Briones - USD 5 Brendan Roslund - USF 6 Larry Jackson - SCU 7 Patrick Sampson - LMU 8 Max Young - LMU 9 Jack McCormack - LMU 10 Naushad Godrej - SCU Shutouts Player-School 1 Kelin Briones - USD 2 Doug Herrick - SMC 3 Austin Guerrero - POR 4 Scott Barnum - GON 5 Brendan Roslund - USF Larry Jackson - SCU 7 Naushad Godrej - SCU Patrick Sampson - LMU 9 Max Young - LMU Jack McCormack - LMU Goals Against Average Player, School 1 Kelin Briones - USD 2 Austin Guerrero - POR 3 Doug Herrick - SMC 4 Scott Barnum - GON 5 Larry Jackson - SCU 6 Patrick Sampson - LMU 7 Brendan Roslund - USF

Overall W L 12 6 12 6 10 5 10 9 6 9 6 10 4 7 GP 19 20 22 18 19 21 19 20 20

G 10 9 9 7 7 7 6 6 5

Goals/G 0.53 0.45 0.41 0.39 0.37 0.33 0.32 0.30 0.25

GP 19 23 22 16 21

A 9 8 7 6 6

Assists/G 0.47 0.35 0.32 0.38 0.29

GP 19 22 20 20 15 14 11 8 6 5

S Saves/G 105 5.53 80 3.64 66 3.30 61 3.05 60 4.00 45 3.21 41 3.73 25 3.12 23 3.83 20 4.00

Gp 20 20 22 19 15 14 5 11 8 6

Sh0 Sho/g 9 0.45 7 0.35 5 0.23 4 0.21 3 0.20 3 0.21 2 0.40 2 0.18 1 0.12 1 0.17

GP 20 22 20 19 14 11 15

GA 17 22 22 23 19 12 20

Mins. 1841:26 2082:11 1931:26 1679:47 1354:18 811:40 1274:48

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T 5 2 5 2 5 3 1

GAA 0.83 0.95 1.03 1.23 1.26 1.33 1.41

PTS. 41 38 35 32 23 21 13


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he West Coast Conference is dedicated to providing opportunities for student-athletes to achieve their fullest potential, both on the playing field and in the classroom. The eight WCC member institutions span the western coast of the United States, from the pine forests of Eastern Washington, to the Columbia River Basin, to the dynamic San Francisco Bay Area and the sunny beaches of Southern California. The league is characterized by the stability of its membership – only two conferences have been together longer – and its unique emphasis on combining excellence in athletics with excellence in academics.

A nationally recognized and competitive force in intercollegiate athletics, the WCC sponsors 13 sports: men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, tennis, cross country, and golf; baseball; and women’s volleyball and rowing. The WCC has produced over 30 NCAA individual or team champions and numerous Academic All-Americans throughout the history of the league. Many outstanding WCC student-athletes have also gone on to excel in professional sports. The long and rich tradition of the WCC demonstrates that success in intercollegiate athletics can be built on the foundation of values, character, and academics.


2009 Box Scores Match 1 SacramentoSoccer State Saint Boxvs. Score (Final) Mary's 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Sept 1, 2009 at Moraga, CA) Sacramento State vs Saint Mary's (CA) (Sep 01, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Team 1 Sacramento State 1 Saint Mary's 1

Sacramento State (0-0-1) vs. Saint Mary's (CA) (0-0-1) Date: Sep 01, 2009 • Attendance: 288 Weather:

Sacramento State

Player Ryan Kenny Diego Marroquin Fernando Cabadas Scott Crandall Max Alvarez Matthew Tellez Ernesto Carranza Matt Linenberger D. von Stockhausen Adam Bettencourt Kyle Beasley -- Substitutes -4 Oscar Torrico 14 Matt Foy 15 David Norton 19 Jason Duvall Totals

Pos# gk 1 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 16 17 20

# 1

Goalkeepers Ryan Kenny

ShSOG 5 2 1 2 1 1 1

G 1 -

A Fo 1 -

2 11

1

1 17

2 6

Min GA 110:00 1

2 OT O2 Total Goals by period 0 0 0 1 11 20 Sacramento State Saint Mary's 0 0 (CA)0 1 1 0

OT 0 0

Saint Mary's (CA)

Player ShSOG HERRICK, Doug NEWQUIST, Trevor 1 1 LESLIE, Dylan 3 RIVAS, Erik 2 MOHORIC, Tom 1 GRIDER, Justin 2 1 ARAMBULA, Nathan 1 GRIDER, Jordan 1 ALUGAS, Malcolm 4 SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 COEHLO, Jason -- Substitutes -3 EBERHARDT, Scott 9 CABEZA, Jose 3 10 VANDOORNINCK, Brya 11 KAAR, Boyah 12 FUMIA, Joel Totals 19 2

Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 13 15 16 18 19 24 25

Saves 1

# Goalkeepers 0 HERRICK, Doug TM TEAM

Match 2 Soccer Box (Final) Alabama A&M vs.Score Saint Mary's 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Sept 4, 2009 at Moraga, Alabama A&M vs Saint Mary's (CA) (Sep 04, 2009CA) at Moraga, CA) O2 0 0

Total 1 1

G 1 -

A Fo 1 1 -

1

2 18

Min GA 110:00 1 0:00 0

Saves 4 1

Shots by period Sacramento State Saint Mary's (CA)

1 5 9

2 OT 4 2 10 0

O2 0 0

Total 11 19

Saves by period Sacramento State Saint Mary's (CA)

1 1 2

2 OT 0 0 3 0

O2 0 0

Total 1 5

Corner kicks Sacramento State Saint Mary's (CA)

1 0 1

2 OT 2 1 4 0

O2 0 1

Total 3 6

Fouls Sacramento State Saint Mary's (CA)

1 6 6

2 OT 8 1 11 1

O2 2 0

Total 17 18

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team 4:32 SAC 14:15 SMC

Goal scorer Max Alvarez (1) NEWQUIST, Trevor (1)

Assist Matthew Tellez ALUGAS, Malcolm COEHLO, Jason

Description

Strike from 20 yards out to far upper post Volley from 12 yards out to near post

1 2 Total Goals by period 0 Alabama0 A&M 0 Saint 1 Mary's 0 (CA)1

Alabama A&M

Player ShSOG G MUSOKE,Paul - CARLISLE,Samjulien - RAMIREZ,Cesar - KAMYA,Eric - HUNDLEY,Jamaal 1 - ATUGONZA,Rogers - YOUNG,Victor - MUTUMBA,Ssemagolu - SSEMAKULA, Moses 2 - KASSAYE,Abraham - JONES,Terrence - -- Substitutes -2 WALLACE,Marcus - 22 OLOFINSULA, Daniel - Totals 3 0 0

Pos# gk 1 4 7 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 20

# 1

Goalkeepers MUSOKE,Paul

Min GA 90:00 1

1 0 1

2 0 0

Total 0 1

Saint Mary's (CA)

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 1 - LESLIE, Dylan 1 - RIVAS, Erik 1 - MOHORIC, Tom 1 - GRIDER, Justin 4 2 1 ARAMBULA, Nathan 1 - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm 1 1 SARABIA, Emmanuel 2 2 COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -3 EBERHARDT, Scott 1 - 9 CABEZA, Jose - 10 VANDOORNINCK, Brya 1 1 11 KAAR, Boyah - Totals 14 6 1

Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 13 15 16 18 19 24 25

- - 0 16

Saves 5

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 0

Shots by period Alabama A&M Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 7

2 1 7

Total 3 14

Saves by period Alabama A&M Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 0

2 3 0

Total 5 0

Corner kicks Alabama A&M Saint Mary's (CA)

1 0 1

2 0 1

Total 0 2

Fouls Alabama A&M Saint Mary's (CA)

1 6 11

2 10 9

Total 16 20

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 12:34 SMC

Goal scorer GRIDER, Justin (1)

Assist SARABIA, Emmanuel

A Fo - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - 1 20 Saves 0

Description

One time off of rebound from keeper save

Cautions and ejections: YC-ALAM #19 (87:35)

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #2 (10:50); YC-SMC #4 (39:52); YC-SAC #16 (57:40); YC-SMC #9 (84:17); YC-SAC #10 (92:56) Sacramento State-Ryan Kenny (0-0-1). Saint Mary's (CA)-HERRICK, Doug (0-0-1). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Tony Vertongen; Asst. Referee: Francisco Avalos; Glen Leggoe; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Sacramento State 4, Saint Mary's (CA) 0.

Team Alabama A&M Saint Mary's

Alabama A&M (1-1-0) vs. Saint Mary's (CA) (1-0-1) Date: Sep 04, 2009 • Attendance: 160 Weather: 74 and sunny

Win-HERRICK, Doug (1-0-1). Loss-MUSOKE,Paul (1-1-0). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Troy Thiele; Asst. Referee: Joe Daniels; Jeramy Young; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Alabama A&M 6, Saint Mary's (CA) 1.

Official's signature

Official's signature

Match 3 UC Riverside vs. Saint Mary's Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's SoccerCA) (Sept 6, 2009 at Moraga,

UC Riverside vs Saint Mary's1 (CA) (Sep Team 2 06, 2009 OT at Moraga, TotalCA) UC Riverside 1 0 0 1 UC Riverside (0-2-0) vs. Goals by period 1 Saint Mary's (CA) (2-0-1) Saint Mary's 1 0 UC Riverside 1 1 2 Date: Sep 06, 2009 • Attendance: 429 Saint Mary's (CA)

Weather: 70 and sunny

UC Riverside Pos# gk 1 2 3 4 5 6 14 16 20 21 22 11 15 17 18 19 24 26

Player Suppe, Cody Wilson, Tyler Mariscal, Normando Atanda, Azeez Diaz, Jose Smith, Chris Lozano, David Paterson, Nathan Cate, Robert Sanchez, Arnie Perez, Xavier -- Substitutes -Mowdy, Jeff Garcia, Joel Thrasher, Doug Vega, Michael Clay, Jeremy Diaz, Cesar Valladolid, Juan Totals

ShSOG G - 1 1 1 - - - 1 - - - 1 - - 1 - 1 1 7

# Goalkeepers 1 Suppe, Cody TM TEAM

1 2

1 1

Min GA 92:37 2 0:00 0

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

2 0 1

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 2 1 LESLIE, Dylan 2 - RIVAS, Erik 1 1 MOHORIC, Tom - GRIDER, Justin 2 2 ARAMBULA, Nathan - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm 1 - SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 1 1 COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -9 CABEZA, Jose 1 - 10 VANDOORNINCK, Brya 1 - 14 ARAUJO, Mark 2 1 1 17 SPERBER, Ben 4 1 Totals 17 7 2

Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 13 15 16 18 19 24 25

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 92:37 1

Saves 1

2 OT 4 0 12 2

Total 7 17

Saves by period UC Riverside Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 1

2 OT 2 1 0 0

Total 5 1

Corner kicks UC Riverside Saint Mary's (CA)

1 1 2

2 OT 0 0 3 0

Total 1 5

Fouls UC Riverside Saint Mary's (CA)

1 10 8

2 OT 9 0 8 0

Total 19 16

1.

Time Team Goal scorer 29:58 UCRMS Clay, Jeremy (1)

2.

80:40

SMC

SARABIA, Emmanuel (1)

3.

92:37

SMC

ARAUJO, Mark (1)

Assist Garcia, Joel Thrasher, Doug GRIDER, Jordan VANDOORNINCK, Bryan LESLIE, Dylan

Description

Finish from eight yards inside right post Header from 10 yards off cross from right side Put back off rebound after save

Cautions and ejections:

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- 1 - - 3 16

1 3 3

No.

Win-HERRICK, Doug (2-0-1). Loss-Suppe, Cody (0-2-0). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Joe Pimentel; Asst. Referee: Vincent Von Kaenel; Ben Rigel; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: UC Riverside 5, Saint Mary's (CA) 0.

---2010 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer Media Guide---

Total 1 2

A Fo - - 1 - - - - 1 - - - -

Shots by period UC Riverside Saint Mary's (CA)

Scoring summary:

Justin Grider scored the games only goal in the Gaels' 1-0 win over Alabama A&M on Sept. 4, 2009.

OT 0 1

Saint Mary's (CA)

- 1 1 - - - - 2 19 Saves 4 1

0

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2009 Box Scores Match 4 Saint Mary's vs.Score CS Bakersfield Soccer Box (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Sept 13, 2009 at Bakersfield, CA) Saint Mary's (CA) vs CSU Bakersfield (Sep 13, 2009 at Bakersfield, CA)

Team Saint Mary's CSU Bakersfield

1 1 0

Saint Mary's (CA) (2-0-2) vs. CSU Bakersfield (2-2-1) Date: Sep 13, 2009 • Attendance: 115 Weather: sunny, clearn, beezy

Saint Mary's (CA) Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 13 15 16 18 19 24 25 8 10 11 14 17

# 0

Min GA 110:00 1

OT O2 Total 0 0 1 1 2 OT 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

CSU Bakersfield

Player ShSOG G A Fo HERRICK, Doug - - - NEWQUIST, Trevor - - - LESLIE, Dylan 1 1 - - RIVAS, Erik 2 1 - 1 MOHORIC, Tom 2 - - - GRIDER, Justin 1 1 1 - ARAMBULA, Nathan - - - GRIDER, Jordan - - - ALUGAS, Malcolm 3 1 - - SARABIA, Emmanuel 2 - - - COEHLO, Jason 1 1 - 1 -- Substitutes -SAMY, Yousef 1 1 - - VANDOORNINCK, Brya - - - KAAR, Boyah - - - ARAUJO, Mark 1 - - - SPERBER, Ben - - - Totals 14 6 1 2 15

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

2 0 1

Goals by period Saint Mary's (CA) CSU Bakersfield

Pos# gk 1 3 4 7 11 12 13 15 17 18 21 2 6 8 9 10 19 22 23

Saves 6

Player Eric Shannon Anthon Snygg Peter Carlson Frank Barnes Kory Kindle Ken Taylor Chico Ruesga Alberto Navarro Matt Shaxton Wayne Lampart Evan Fassler -- Substitutes -Javier Barba Joe Polifroni Oscar Coppieters Chris Widdy Jesus Sanchez Robbie Gouk Justin Finch Ernesto Hinojosa Totals

Match 5 Saint Mary's vs. UC Irvine Soccer Box Score (Final) Mary's Soccer CA) (Sept2009 18,Saint 2009 atMen's Irvine,

O2 0 0

Total 1 1

# Goalkeepers 1 Eric Shannon TM TEAM

1 1 1 1 7

1

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor - LESLIE, Dylan 2 1 1 RIVAS, Erik 1 1 1 SAMY, Yousef 2 2 MOHORIC, Tom 1 1 GRIDER, Justin - ARAMBULA, Nathan - GRIDER, Jordan 1 - SARABIA, Emmanuel - COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -9 CABEZA, Jose - 10 VANDOORNINCK, Brya - 17 SPERBER, Ben - 19 ALUGAS, Malcolm - Totals 7 5 2

Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 8 13 15 16 18 24 25

- - - - - - - - 1 18

Min GA 110:00 1 0:00 0

# 0

Saves 4 1

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) CSU Bakersfield

1 7 2

2 OT O2 5 2 0 7 1 1

Total 14 11

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) CSU Bakersfield

1 0 1

2 OT O2 5 0 1 3 1 0

Total 6 5

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) CSU Bakersfield

1 4 2

2 OT O2 0 0 0 0 1 0

Total 4 3

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) CSU Bakersfield

1 6 5

2 OT O2 7 2 0 9 1 3

Total 15 18

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 6:39 SMC

Goal scorer GRIDER, Justin (2)

2.

69:35 CSUB

Evan Fassler (2)

Assist RIVAS, Erik COEHLO, Jason Matt Shaxton

Description

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 107:09 1

thru ball misplayed by keeper, shot in open goal

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #2 (54:32); YC-CSUB #8 (69:15)

Saint Mary's (CA)

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 1 1 LESLIE, Dylan 1 - RIVAS, Erik 5 3 VANDOORNINCK, Brya 1 - MOHORIC, Tom - GRIDER, Justin 2 1 1 ARAMBULA, Nathan - GRIDER, Jordan - SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 - COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -8 SAMY, Yousef 1 - 9 CABEZA, Jose - 17 SPERBER, Ben 1 - 19 ALUGAS, Malcolm 1 - Totals 14 5 1

Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 10 13 15 16 18 24 25

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 2

2

1 1 1

Cal State Fullerton

6

7 9 13 17 28 29

Saves 2

# 00

# 18

Goalkeepers Fontein, Andrew

12

- - - 1 10

4

1

Min GA 107:09 2

Total 7 12

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) UC Irvine

1 2 1

2 OT O2 1 0 0 0 1 1

Total 3 3

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) UC Irvine

1 1 4

2 OT O2 1 0 0 3 2 0

Total 2 9

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) UC Irvine

1 5 5

2 OT O2 10 2 2 3 0 2

Total 19 10

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 61:47 UCI 71:13 SMC 107:09 SMC

Goal scorer Prieto, Jonathan (1) RIVAS, Erik (1) LESLIE, Dylan (1)

Assist Walker, Amani LESLIE, Dylan SPERBER, Ben

Description

pass from 16 to right side of box cross by 4 to left side of box breakaway by 17 down left side, pass to 4 break down middle

Win-HERRICK, Doug (3-0-2). Loss-Fontein, Andrew (4-2). Stadium: Anteater Stadium Officials: Referee: Ashbir Singh; Asst. Referee: Ali Talebi; Steve Ajamian; Timekeeper: Jonathan Kurup; Scorer: Erik Wirtanen; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 5, UC Irvine 2.

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Match 7 UC Davis vs. Saint Mary's Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Sept 2009 at(Sep Moraga, CA)CA) UC Davis 25, vs Saint Mary's (CA) 25, 2009 at Moraga,

2 0 1

Total 1 2

Team UC Davis Saint Mary's

Player Whiddon, Trevor Reiss, Bobby Denny, Michael Sanders, Matt Alvarez, Celso Spitz, Shay Venegas, Kevin Alvarez, Mario Burney, Justin

ShSOG G - - - 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 - - - - - -

Birt, Johnathan -- Substitutes -Posthuma, Nick Aguero, Oscar Escobedo, Eric Farquharson, Jamall Meza, John Escalante, Jesse Totals

2 6

Goalkeepers Whiddon, Trevor

1 4

2

Min GA 90:00 1

A Fo - - - - 1 - - - - - 1 -

Player McCowan, Ryan Barron, Jacob Leer, Chris Santos, Jason Godinez, Julian Garrick, Michael Marcoux, Paul Reese, Dan Patterson, Lance Beville, Chris Javadi, Nathan -- Substitutes -3 Chopan, Mustafa 7 Hernandez, Juan 8 Hall, Jameil 9 Joslin, John 11 Robello, Andrew 18 Newport, Riley 20 Cuellar, Rene Totals

ShSOG G - 1 - 3 2 1 - 3 2 - - - - - 1 1 -

A Fo - - - - - - - 1 - - - -

2 1 1 12

- - - - - - - 1 16

Goalkeepers McCowan, Ryan

Min GA 90:00 2

Pos# gk 1 2 5 6 10 13 15 16 17 21 24

- 1 - - - - 3 10 Saves 4

1 0 2

# 1

1 1 1 8

1

2 1 0

Total 1 2

Goals by period UC Davis Saint Mary's (CA)

UC Davis (2-6-0) vs. Saint Mary's (CA) (4-1-2) Date: Sep 25, 2009 • Attendance: 300 Weather:

1 0 2

2 1 0

Saint Mary's (CA) Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 8 13 14 15 18 24 25 9 10 12 17 19

Saves 2

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor - LESLIE, Dylan 1 1 RIVAS, Erik 3 2 2 SAMY, Yousef - MOHORIC, Tom - ARAUJO, Mark - GRIDER, Justin 2 1 GRIDER, Jordan - SARABIA, Emmanuel - COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -CABEZA, Jose 1 - VANDOORNINCK, Brya - FUMIA, Joel - SPERBER, Ben - ALUGAS, Malcolm - Totals 7 4 2

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 1

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Cal State Fullerton

1 7 5

2 7 1

Total 14 6

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Cal State Fullerton

1 2 2

2 0 2

Total 2 4

Shots by period UC Davis Saint Mary's (CA)

1 5 5

2 7 2

Total 12 7

Saves by period UC Davis Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 2

2 0 5

Total 2 7

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Cal State Fullerton

1 3 1

2 4 4

Total 7 5

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Cal State Fullerton

1 4 3

2 2 7

Total 6 10

Corner kicks UC Davis Saint Mary's (CA)

1 0 3

2 5 1

Total 5 4

Fouls UC Davis Saint Mary's (CA)

1 7 5

2 9 5

Total 16 10

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 4:20 SMC

2. 3.

39:13 64:39

CSUF CSUF

Goal scorer GRIDER, Justin (3) Spitz, Shay (2) Sanders, Matt

Assist LESLIE, Dylan SARABIA, Emmanuel Birt, Johnathan Aguero, Oscar Alvarez, Celso

Description

2 on 1 from 10 yards blast from left deflected off defender header off short cross

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 7:38 SMC

2. 3.

35:51 74:17

SMC UCD

Goal scorer RIVAS, Erik (2) RIVAS, Erik (3) Leer, Chris (1)

Assist GRIDER, Justin NEWQUIST, Trevor CABEZA, Jose Reese, Dan

Total 1 2

A Fo - 1 - - - - - 1 - - - 1 - - - - 3 10

Saves 7

Description

One touch to far corner

one touch in middle from 5 yards out

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #2 (32:32); YC-SMC #9 (55:43); YC-SMC #25 (66:36); YC-SMC #13 (69:15); YC-UCD #16 (78:23); YC-UCD #21 (89:51)

Cautions and ejections: YC-CSUF #5 (19:40); YC-SMC #2 (31:35); YC-CSUF #9 (31:35); YC-SMC #9 (33:45); YC-CSUF #6 (68:18); YC-SMC #4 (80:35) Win-Whiddon, Trevor (4-2-0). Loss-HERRICK, Doug (3-1-2). Stadium: Titan Officials: Referee: Bing Kongmebhol; Asst. Referee: Shea McNair; Charles Acocello; Timekeeper: Courtney Fortner; Scorer: Larry Rovira; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 0, Cal State Fullerton 4.

Saves 3

2 OT O2 1 1 2 4 1 0

UC Davis

Cal State Fullerton Pos# gk 00 4 5 6 10 11 12 14 19 20 26

Saves 3

A Fo - - - - - - - 1 - - - -

Official's signature

1 0 1 Goals by period Saint Mary's 1 1 (CA) 2

A Fo - - 1 - - - - - - 1 - -

- - 1 - 2 19

ShSOG G - 2 - 1 - 2 - 1 - - - 3 2 - 3 2 1 - -

1 3 7

SaintTeam Mary's (CA) vs Cal State Fullerton at Fullerton, Calif.) 1 (Sep2 20, 2009 Total

Saint Mary's CSU Fullerton

Player Fontein, Andrew Thompson, Spencer Turner, Jimmy Garcia, Irving Aguilar, Carlos Santora, Kevin Bagby, Joel Walker, Amani Attaway, Corey Prieto, Jonathan Shuffle, Eric -- Substitutes -3 Berman, Brett 12 Carveth, Stephen 28 Tom, Syd Totals

Pos# gk 18 4 6 9 10 13 15 16 17 19 20

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) UC Irvine

Match 6 Saint Mary's vs. CSU Fullerton Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer CA) (Sept 20, 2009 at Fullerton,

Saint Mary's (CA) (3-1-2) vs. Cal State Fullerton (4-2-0) Date: Sep 20, 2009 • Attendance: 240 Weather: Hot

UC Irvine

A Fo - - 1 - - - - - - - - -

Total 2 1

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #16 (18:02); YC-UCI #17 (79:44)

Header off rebound off crossbar

Saint Mary's (CA)-HERRICK, Doug. CSU Bakersfield-Eric Shannon. Stadium: Main Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Jesse Johnson; Asst. Referee: Brandon Chapman; Steve Webb; Timekeeper: Chris Davis; Scorer: Sarah Finney; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 7, CSU Bakersfield 2.

O2 1 0

Weather: 70's and overcast

Saint Mary's (CA)

ShSOG G A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4 2 - 1 - - - 1 1 1 - 2 1 2 1 11

Saint Mary's (CA) vs #16 UC Irvine (Sep 18, 2009 at Irvine, Calif.) Team 1 2 OT O2 Total Saint 0 Goals 1 by period 0 1 2 Saint Mary's (CA) (3-0-2) vs. Mary's 1 2 OT UC Irvine (4-2) Mary's (CA) 0 1 0 UC Irvine 0 Saint 1 0 0 1 Date: Sep 18, 2009 • Attendance: 379 UC Irvine 0 1 0

Win-HERRICK, Doug (4-1-2). Loss-McCowan, Ryan (2-6-0). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Colin Arblaster; Asst. Referee: Nathan Lacy; Tim Petro; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: UC Davis 2, Saint Mary's (CA) 7.

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2009 Box Scores Match 8 Gonzaga vs. Saint Mary's Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Oct 2, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Gonzaga vs Saint Mary's (CA) (Oct 02, 2009 at Moraga, CA) Team 1 2 Total Gonzaga 0 0 period0 Gonzaga (3-3-2) vs. Goals by 1 Saint Mary's (CA) (5-1-2) Gonzaga 0 Saint 2 0 2 Date: Oct 02, 2009 • Attendance: 276 Mary's Saint Mary's (CA) 2 Weather: 83 and sunny

Gonzaga Pos# gk 0 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 16 22 1 2 6 14 15 18 19

# 0 1

Player ShSOG G BARNUM, Scott - BOLAND, Mitch 1 1 MURAVEZ, Tim 1 - HARRISON, Collin 2 2 PERDIDO, Tye 1 - MATERN, James - FUNKHOUSER, Ben - GARRE, Philippe - LOVE, Nick 1 - BARCLAY, Nick - BALLANTYNE, Camero 1 1 -- Substitutes -HICKMAN, Andrew - EYSTEINSSON, Stefan 2 - PARTEE, James - SCHILPEROORT, Joel - WELLER, Mitchell 1 1 FLYNN, Colin - NIELSON, Erik - Totals 10 5 0

Goalkeepers BARNUM, Scott HICKMAN, Andrew

Saint Mary's (CA)

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pos# gk 0 2 4 8 9 13 15 16 18 24 25

- - - - - - - 0 14

Min GA 45:00 2 45:00 0

2 0 0

10 11 12 14 17 21

Saves 2 2

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 2 - LESLIE, Dylan 4 4 2 SAMY, Yousef - CABEZA, Jose 1 - MOHORIC, Tom - GRIDER, Justin 2 - ARAMBULA, Nathan - GRIDER, Jordan - SARABIA, Emmanuel 2 2 COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -VANDOORNINCK, Brya - KAAR, Boyah - FUMIA, Joel - ARAUJO, Mark - SPERBER, Ben 1 - SMITH, Dominic - Totals 12 6 2

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 0

Shots by period Gonzaga Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 8

2 8 4

Total 10 12

Saves by period Gonzaga Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 2

2 2 3

Total 4 5

Corner kicks Gonzaga Saint Mary's (CA)

1 1 2

2 3 3

Total 4 5

Fouls Gonzaga Saint Mary's (CA)

1 6 4

2 8 11

Total 14 15

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 15:17 SMC

2.

28:59

Goal scorer LESLIE, Dylan (2)

SMC

Assist NEWQUIST, Trevor COEHLO, Jason (unassisted)

LESLIE, Dylan (3)

Total 0 2

A Fo - 1 - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - 2 15 Saves 5

Description

Rebound off crossbar Free kick

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #4 (51:28); YC-GON #16 (67:43); YC-SMC #8 (70:15) Win-HERRICK, Doug (5-1-2). Loss-BARNUM, Scott (3-3-2). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Mohammed Ibrahaim; Asst. Referee: Joseph Hall; Tammi Mahon; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Gonzaga 0, Saint Mary's (CA) 2.

Team

Pos# gk 1 2 3 5 7 8 9 12 14 18 21 10 13 16 17

# 1

Player GUERRERO, Austin CHROSTEK, Drew EMORY, Logan GRUBISICH, Keith KAWULOK, Ryan LUKE, Ryan CARRILLO, Ricardo NIELSEN, Michael WARNER, Collen ROUSE, Greg vanSCHAIK, Jarad -- Substitutes -TONKEL, Marc BARICH, Colin SLEVEN, Joe KRAUS, Alex Totals

Goalkeepers GUERRERO, Austin

1 0 1

ShSOG G - 1 1 - - - 1 - - 3 1 1 - - 4 2 1

A Fo - - - - - - - - 1 - - -

2 12

1

2 6

1

Min GA 110:00 1

2 1 0

OT O2 Total 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

Goals by period Portland Saint Mary's (CA)

Saint Mary's (CA)

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 2 1 LESLIE, Dylan 4 1 SAMY, Yousef - CABEZA, Jose - MOHORIC, Tom - ARAUJO, Mark - GRIDER, Justin - GRIDER, Jordan - SARABIA, Emmanuel - COEHLO, Jason 1 1 1 -- Substitutes -10 VANDOORNINCK, Brya 1 - 17 SPERBER, Ben - 21 SMITH, Dominic 1 1 Totals 9 4 1

Pos# gk 0 2 4 8 9 13 14 15 18 24 25

9

Saves 3

2 OT O2 1 0 0 0 0 0

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 110:00 1

Match 10 Soccervs. BoxSaint Score (Final) San Francisco Mary's 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Oct 11, 2009 at Moraga, CA) San Francisco vs Saint Mary's (CA) (Oct 11, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Team Total 1 1

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saves 5

1 5 4

2 OT O2 5 2 0 3 0 2

Total 12 9

Saves by period Portland Saint Mary's (CA)

1 3 3

2 OT O2 0 0 0 2 0 0

Total 3 5

Corner kicks Portland Saint Mary's (CA)

1 5 3

2 OT O2 6 2 0 0 1 0

Total 13 4

Fouls Portland Saint Mary's (CA)

1 5 4

2 OT O2 1 2 1 7 1 1

Total 9 13

No.

1. 2.

Time Team 44:53 SMC 68:07 POR

Goal scorer COEHLO, Jason (1) vanSCHAIK, Jarad (1)

Assist (unassisted) WARNER, Collen

Description

San Francisco (4-6-1) vs.San Francisco Saint Mary's (CA) (6-1-3) Saint 275 Mary's Date: Oct 11, 2009 • Attendance: Weather: 56 and cloudy

San Francisco

shot from 15 yards out one touch goal from eight yards out

Player WENNBERG, Victor ELMASRI, Omar DAGAN, Kyle CORTEZ, Victor WILLIAMS, Leon ENGLUND, Oscar LEVI, Jonathan CHINN, Conor BURKE, Bryan EDDY, Rafai ROSLUND, Brendan -- Substitutes -2 KENDRO, Justin 9 CABRERA, Felipe 12 WARREN, Justin 16 O'DONNELL, Daniel 20 CALOIARO, Vinny Totals

ShSOG G - - - - 1 - - - 1 - 1 - - - -

Goalkeepers ROSLUND, Brendan

Min GA 91:57 1

Pos# 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 13 19 30

- - - 0 13

Shots by period Portland Saint Mary's (CA)

Scoring summary:

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Match 9 Soccer Box Score (Final) Portland vs. Saint Mary's 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Oct 4, 2009 at Moraga, CA) #18 Portland vs Saint Mary's (CA) (Oct 04, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Portland (6-1-2) vs. Portland Saint Mary's (CA) (5-1-3) Date: Oct 04, 2009 •Saint Attendance: 215 Mary's Weather: 70 and sunny

Portland

2009 points leader Dylan Leslie scored both goals in the Gael's 2-0 win against Gonzaga on Oct. 2, 2009.

# 30

1 2 6

1 1

0

1 0 0

2

OT Total

Goals 0 by0 period0 San Francisco 0 Mary's 1 (CA)1 Saint

1 0 0

Saint Mary's (CA)

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Player HERRICK, Doug LESLIE, Dylan SAMY, Yousef CABEZA, Jose MOHORIC, Tom GRIDER, Justin ARAMBULA, Nathan GRIDER, Jordan ALUGAS, Malcolm SMITH, Dominic COEHLO, Jason -- Substitutes -3 EBERHARDT, Scott 11 KAAR, Boyah Totals

Pos# gk 0 4 8 9 13 15 16 18 19 21 25

- - - - - 0 13 Saves 4

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

2 0 0

OT 0 1

ShSOG G - 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 - 1 1 - - - 1 - 1 1 -

A Fo - - - 1 - - - - - - - -

10

- - 1 13

5

1

Min GA 91:57 0

Saves 1

Shots by period San Francisco Saint Mary's (CA)

1 0 3

2 OT 6 0 4 3

Total 6 10

Saves by period San Francisco Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 0

2 OT 0 2 1 0

Total 4 1

Corner kicks San Francisco Saint Mary's (CA)

1 1 6

2 OT 1 0 1 0

Total 2 7

Fouls San Francisco Saint Mary's (CA)

1 5 6

2 OT 8 0 7 0

Total 13 13

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 91:57 SMC

Goal scorer SAMY, Yousef (1)

Assist CABEZA, Jose

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #2 (52:21)

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #21 (55:42); YC-USF #5 (67:17); YC-SMC #TM (71:54)

Portland-GUERRERO, Austin (6-1-2). Saint Mary's (CA)-HERRICK, Doug (5-1-3). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Ali Hacock; Asst. Referee: Neal Rogers; Mark Cunha-Rigby; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Portland 1, Saint Mary's (CA) 1.

Win-HERRICK, Doug (6-1-3). Loss-ROSLUND, Brendan (3-4-0). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Yader Reyes; Asst. Referee: Robert Sabella; Mike Jaeger; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: San Francisco 0, Saint Mary's (CA) 1.

Official's signature

---2010 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer Media Guide---

Total 0 1

Description

One touch off save

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2009 Box Scores Match 11 Saint Mary's vs. San Diego Soccer Box Score (Final) Saint at Mary's Men's Soccer CA) (Oct 16,2009 2009 San Diego,

Match 12 Saint Mary'sSoccer vs. Loyola Box ScoreMarymount (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer CA) (Oct 18, 2009 at Los Angeles, Saint Mary's (CA) vs Loyola Marymount (Oct 18, 2009 at Los Angeles, Calif.) Team

SaintTeam Mary's (CA) vs Univ. of San Diego 16, 2009Total at San Diego, CA) 1 (Oct2

Saint Mary's Saint Mary's (CA) (6-2-3, 2-1-1 WCC) vs. Univ. of San Diego (8-3-0, 4-0-0 WCC) San Date: Oct 16, 2009 • Attendance: 451Diego

0 by0 period0 Goals Saint 1 Mary's 1 (CA)2 Univ. of San Diego

Saint Mary's (CA)

Univ. of San Diego

Weather: Clear skies, 65 F, Wind 0 mph Pos# gk 0 d 2 m 4 m 8 m 9 d 13 m 15 d 18 f 19 f 21 d 25 7 10 11 17 24

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 1 - LESLIE, Dylan 2 1 SAMY, Yousef - CABEZA, Jose - MOHORIC, Tom - GRIDER, Justin 1 - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm - SMITH, Dominic 2 1 COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -RIVAS, Erik - VANDOORNINCK, Brya 2 2 KAAR, Boyah - SPERBER, Ben 1 - SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 - Totals 10 4 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 2

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pos# gk 1 d 2 d 3 d 4 d 5 m 6 f 10 f 14 f 15 m 16 m 24

- - - - - 0 12

7 8 9 11 19 25 26

Saves 0

# 1

1 0 1

Player BRIONES, Kelin PETERMAN, Ryan GREY, Tim REEDER, Sam NORRIS, Cory COHN, James WALLEN, Patrick POSA, Stephen FELD, Andrew DELGADO, Dan REZA, Jorge -- Substitutes -CARMINATTI, Marcelo MCFADDEN, Conor HOWLAN, JT CARRANZA, Sergio BLASE, Charles CHANDLER, Nolan MAY, Trevor Totals

Goalkeepers BRIONES, Kelin

2 0 1

Total 0 2

ShSOG G - - - - - 1 1 1 2 1 1 - 1 - - - 1 1 6

2

2

Min GA 90:00 0

A Fo - - - - - - - 1 - - - -

Saint Mary's (CA)

Player HERRICK, Doug NEWQUIST, Trevor LESLIE, Dylan SAMY, Yousef CABEZA, Jose MOHORIC, Tom GRIDER, Jordan ALUGAS, Malcolm SMITH, Dominic SARABIA, Emmanuel COEHLO, Jason -- Substitutes -14 ARAUJO, Mark 15 GRIDER, Justin 17 SPERBER, Ben Totals

Pos# gk 0 d 2 m 4 m 8 m 9 d 13 d 18 f 19 f 21 f 24 d 25

- - - - - - - 1 15 Saves 4

1

2

Total

Saint Mary's 0 Goals0 1 Saint Mary's (CA) (7-1-3, 3-1-1 WCC) vs. by period Loyola Marymount (6-6-1, 1-3-1 WCC) Marymount 0 Saint Mary's Loyola 0 (CA) 0 Date: Oct 18, 2009 • Attendance: 461 Loyola Marymount Weather: SUNNY AND BREEZY

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

ShSOG G - - - 2 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 2 2 2 - - 8

4

1

Min GA 90:00 0

1 0 0

Loyola Marymount

A Fo - - 1 - - - - - - - - -

Saves 3

Total 1 0

Player MCCORMACK, Jack SMITH, Brock KRUMPE, Tyler JOHANSON, Kyle JOZKOWICZ, Artur BACA, Rafael ROCHLITZ, James MCDANIEL, Logan REITER, Jonas JOHNSON, William LACOUTURE, John -- Substitutes -5 BARBA, Fernando 6 OCAMPO, Vincent 7 DA SILVA, Phil 8 CANTY, Steffen 12 IKARD, John 16 BERNARDI, Chris Totals

ShSOG G - 1 1 - - 1 - 2 - - 3 1 - 1 1 - -

Goalkeepers MCCORMACK, Jack

Min GA 90:00 1

Pos# gk 1 f 2 d 3 d 4 f 9 mf 10 mf 13 mf 15 mf 19 d 21 d 24

- - - 1 22

2 1 0

# 1

1 9

3

0

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Univ. of San Diego

1 6 2

2 4 4

Total 10 6

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Univ. of San Diego

1 0 2

2 0 2

Total 0 4

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Loyola Marymount

1 2 5

2 6 4

Total 8 9

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Loyola Marymount

1 2 0

2 1 3

Total 3 3

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Univ. of San Diego

1 4 1

2 0 1

Total 4 2

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Univ. of San Diego

1 5 6

2 7 9

Total 12 15

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Loyola Marymount

1 1 4

2 4 9

Total 5 13

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Loyola Marymount

1 12 6

2 10 8

Total 22 14

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 0:45 USD

2.

69:44

USD

Goal scorer WALLEN, Patrick

Assist POSA, Stephen

COHN, James

(unassisted)

Scoring summary:

Description

Chipped from 30 yard line, header by 10 in top left 90

No.

1.

Time Team 80:58 SMC

Goal scorer ALUGAS, Malcolm (1)

Assist LESLIE, Dylan

Cautions and ejections: YC-USD #1 (81:29)

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #2 (29:23); YC-LMU #15 (32:31); YC-SMC #15 (59:39); YC-LMU #4 (63:02); YC-SMC #19 (73:25)

Win-BRIONES, Kelin (8-3-0, 4-0-0 WCC). Loss-HERRICK, Doug (6-2-3, 2-1-1 WCC). Stadium: Torero Stadium Officials: Referee: Martik Mirikian; Asst. Referee: Doug Devine; Hassan Sarkarhossein; Timekeeper: Pete Vartelas; Scorer: Sarah Luster; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 1, Univ. of San Diego 0.

Win-HERRICK, Doug. Loss-MCCORMACK, Jack. Stadium: Sullivan Field Officials: Referee: Mchara heron; Asst. Referee: charles mckay; kyle kazmer; Alt. Official: Steve Manookim; Timekeeper: Jenna Arzinger; Scorer: Mark Dodson; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 1, Loyola Marymount 1.

Official's signature

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 14 Saves 3

Description

header off corner

Official's signature

Match 13 Saint Mary's vs. Santa Clara Soccer Box Score (Final) Saint at Mary's Men's Soccer (Oct 23,2009 2009 Santa Clara, CA)

Saint Mary's (CA) vs Santa Clara (Oct 23, 2009 at Santa Clara, Calif.)

Team Saint Mary's Santa Clara

1 1 0

Saint Mary's (CA) Pos# gk 0 d 2 m 4 m 8 m 9 d 13 d 18 f 19 f 21 m 24 d 25 10 14 15 17

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor - LESLIE, Dylan - SAMY, Yousef - CABEZA, Jose 2 1 MOHORIC, Tom 1 1 1 GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm - SMITH, Dominic - SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 - COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -VANDOORNINCK, Brya - ARAUJO, Mark - GRIDER, Justin - SPERBER, Ben - Totals 4 2 1

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 0

Total 1 0

1 1 0

2 0 0

Santa Clara

A Fo - - 1 - - - - - - - - 1

2 0 0

Goals by period Saint Mary's (CA) Santa Clara

Saint Mary's (CA) (8-2-3; 4-1-1 WCC) vs. Santa Clara (3-8-3; 1-4-1 WCC) Date: Oct 23, 2009 • Attendance: 857 Weather:

Pos# gk 0 d 2 d 3 m 4 m 5 d 8 m 11 f 13 m 14 m 22 d 27

3

7 9 15 17 19 21 23 25

Saves 3

# 0

Player ShSOG G JACKSON, Larry - BATES, Mykell 2 2 SMITH, Ross 1 1 ANIBABA, Jalil - CASTELLANOS, David - ROSE, Jacob - CHARACTER, Ricky - WANTULOK, Kellen - MAEDA, Danny - McKEE, Cal - MASCH, Eric 1 - -- Substitutes -BROWN, Ryan - STRONG, Jeffrey - CAMPBELL, Murphy - FITSCHEN, Alex - HURTADO, Erik - TENN-McCLELLAN, Au - CULVER, Wesley - KAMEYA, Takahide - Totals 4 3 0

Goalkeepers JACKSON, Larry

Min GA 90:00 1

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Santa Clara

1 3 3

2 1 1

Total 4 4

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Santa Clara

1 2 1

2 1 0

Total 3 1

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Santa Clara

1 3 1

2 4 2

Total 7 3

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Santa Clara

1 1 4

2 2 4

Total 3 8

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 12:13 SMC

Goal scorer MOHORIC, Tom

Assist LESLIE, Dylan

Total 1 0

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - 0

8

Saves 1

Description

Corner kick from Leslie headed-in to far side of net

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #4 (36:07); YC-SMC #19 (65:16); YC-SCU #23 (68:00); YC-SMC #15 (75:30); RC-SMC #15 (81:36); YC-SCU #19 (85:57) Win-HERRICK, Doug (8-2-3). Loss-JACKSON, Larry (3-7-3). Stadium: Buck Shaw Stadium Officials: Referee: Matthew Buckman; Asst. Referee: James Mayes; Fathi Karouia; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 2, Santa Clara 1.

Official's signature

Goalkeeper Doug Herrick and the Gaels defense posted two consequtive shutouts on the road against LMU and Santa Clara

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2009 Box Scores Match 14 Santa Clara vs. Saint Mary's Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Oct 25, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Santa Clara vs Saint Mary's1 (CA) (Oct Team 2 25, 2009 OT at Moraga, TotalCA) Santa Clara 0 Goals 1 by period 0 1 1 0 Saint Mary's 0 Santa 1 Clara1 2

Santa Clara (3-9-3) vs. Saint Mary's (CA) (9-2-3) Date: Oct 25, 2009 • Attendance: 280 Weather:

Saint Mary's (CA)

Santa Clara Pos# gk 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 13 15 21 22 9 10 14 19 20 25 27

# 1

Player ShSOG G GODREJ, Naushad - BATES, Mykell - SMITH, Ross - ANIBABA, Jalil - ZIMMERMAN, Brandon - BROWN, Ryan - ROSE, Jacob - WANTULOK, Kellen 2 2 CAMPBELL, Murphy 1 - TENN-McCLELLAN, Au - McKEE, Cal - -- Substitutes -STRONG, Jeffrey - MITCHELL, Connor - MAEDA, Danny - HURTADO, Erik 4 2 1 DA SILVA, Rodrigo 1 1 KAMEYA, Takahide 1 1 MASCH, Eric - Totals 9 6 1

Goalkeepers GODREJ, Naushad

Min GA 99:43 2

0

Match 15 Soccer Box Score (Final) Saint Mary's at Portland 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Oct 30, 2009 at Portland, Saint Mary's (CA) vs Portland (Oct 30, 2009 atOR) Portland, Ore.) Team

2 1 1

OT 0 1

Saint Mary's (CA)

A Fo - - - - - - 1 - - - - -

Pos# gk 0 2 4 8 9 13 18 19 21 24 25

- - - - - - - 1 12

10 12 14 16 17

Saves 6

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 2 2 2 LESLIE, Dylan 5 2 SAMY, Yousef 1 - CABEZA, Jose 1 1 MOHORIC, Tom 1 - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm - SMITH, Dominic - SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 - COEHLO, Jason 1 1 -- Substitutes -VANDOORNINCK, Brya - FUMIA, Joel 1 - ARAUJO, Mark 1 - ARAMBULA, Nathan - SPERBER, Ben 3 2 Totals 17 8 2

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 99:43 1

A Fo - - 2 - - - - - - - - -

Saves 5

1 3 6

2 OT 5 1 7 4

Total 9 17

Saves by period Santa Clara Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 2

2 OT 3 1 2 1

Total 6 5

Corner kicks Santa Clara Saint Mary's (CA)

1 3 0

2 OT 0 0 1 2

Total 3 3

Fouls Santa Clara Saint Mary's (CA)

1 4 4

2 OT 8 0 7 1

Total 12 12

No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 65:27 SMC 86:56 SCU 99:43 SMC

Saint Mary's (CA)

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 2 1 1 LESLIE, Dylan 2 2 SAMY, Yousef 1 - CABEZA, Jose 1 - MOHORIC, Tom - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm - SMITH, Dominic - SARABIA, Emmanuel - COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -7 RIVAS, Erik - 10 VANDOORNINCK, Brya - 14 ARAUJO, Mark 1 - 15 GRIDER, Justin - Totals 7 3 1

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Assist LESLIE, Dylan ROSE, Jacob LESLIE, Dylan

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #17 (78:14); YC-SCU #6 (78:43); YC-SMC #2 (78:43) Win-HERRICK, Doug (9-2-3). Loss-GODREJ, Naushad (0-1-0). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Colin Arblaster; Asst. Referee: James Mayes; Chris Hutchison; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Santa Clara 3, Saint Mary's (CA) 3.

Pos# gk 1 mf 2 d 3 d 5 d 7 f 8 f 10 mf 12 f 14 d 18 mf 21

- - - - 1 13

4 9

Saves 1

# 1

Player GUERRERO, Austin CHROSTEK, Drew EMORY, Logan GRUBISICH, Keith KAWULOK, Ryan LUKE, Ryan TONKEL, Marc NIELSEN, Michael WARNER, Collen ROUSE, Greg vanSCHAIK, Jarad -- Substitutes -ANDERSON, Colin CARRILLO, Ricardo Totals

Goalkeepers GUERRERO, Austin

2 1 0

Total 1 0

ShSOG G - 1 - - - - 1 - - 1 - 3 - - 4 - -

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

1 11

0

1 1

0

Min GA 90:00 1

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Portland

1 5 3

2 2 8

Total 7 11

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Portland

1 0 2

2 1 0

Total 1 2

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Portland

1 4 0

2 0 5

Total 4 5

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Portland

1 4 2

2 9 6

Total 13 8

No.

Description

Header in the box from free kick Header into near post off cross by 8 Header to near corner off corner kick

Min GA 90:00 0

1 0 0

Portland

A Fo - - 1 - - - - - - - - -

Pos# gk 0 d 2 mf 4 mf 8 mf 9 d 13 d 18 f 19 f 21 f 24 d 25

Scoring summary: Goal scorer NEWQUIST, Trevor (2) HURTADO, Erik (4) NEWQUIST, Trevor (3)

1 2 Total 0 Goals 1 by period 1 Saint Mary's (CA) 0 Portland 0 0

Saint Saint Mary's (CA)10-2-3 (6-1-1 WCC)Mary's vs. Portland8-4-3 (3-3-2 WCC) Portland Date: Oct 30, 2009 • Attendance: 1366 Weather: Chill

- - - - - 2 12

Shots by period Santa Clara Saint Mary's (CA)

Scoring summary:

Total 1 2

1.

Time Team 74:28 SMC

Goal scorer NEWQUIST, Trevor (4)

Assist LESLIE, Dylan

Saves 2

Description

off free kick, 6 yds

Cautions and ejections: YC-POR #2 (61:32); YC-SMC #0 (76:12) Win-HERRICK, Doug (10-2-3). Loss-GUERRERO, Austin (8-4-3). Stadium: Merlo Field Officials: Referee: Daniel Radford; Asst. Referee: Desi Miller; David Grbavac; Alt. Official: Robert Neeway; Timekeeper: Tina Schicchi; Scorer: Erik Oreschak; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 2, Portland 0.

Official's signature

Official's signature

Match 16 SaintSoccer Mary's at Gonzaga Box Score (Final) 20092009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer WA) (Nov 1, at Spokane,

Saint Mary's (CA) vs Gonzaga (Nov 1 01, 20092 at SPOKANE, WA) Team Total

Saint Mary's Gonzaga

Saint Mary's (CA)

Gonzaga

9 10 12 16 17 21 24

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 1 - LESLIE, Dylan 1 - RIVAS, Erik 1 - SAMY, Yousef 1 - MOHORIC, Tom - ARAUJO, Mark - GRIDER, Justin 2 - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm - COEHLO, Jason 1 1 -- Substitutes -CABEZA, Jose - VANDOORNINCK, Brya - FUMIA, Joel - ARAMBULA, Nathan - SPERBER, Ben - SMITH, Dominic - SARABIA, Emmanuel - Totals 7 1 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 5

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pos# gk 0 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 11 16 22

- - - - - - - 0 11

6 10 13 15 17 18 19 21

Saves 5

# 0

0 5

1 0 0

2 0 5

Player ShSOG G BARNUM, Scott - EYSTEINSSON, Stefan 1 1 1 BOLAND, Mitch - MURAVEZ, Tim 1 1 HARRISON, Collin - PERDIDO, Tye 8 3 1 MATERN, James 1 1 1 FUNKHOUSER, Ben 1 - LOVE, Nick 1 - BARCLAY, Nick 3 2 1 BALLANTYNE, Camero 1 - -- Substitutes -PARTEE, James - GARRE, Philippe 1 1 SEON, Christian - WELLER, Mitchell - AMES, Casey - FLYNN, Colin 2 1 1 NIELSON, Erik - SMITH, Zach 1 - Totals 21 10 5

Goalkeepers BARNUM, Scott

Min GA 90:00 0

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Gonzaga

1 7 9

2 0 12

Total 7 21

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Gonzaga

1 3 1

2 2 0

Total 5 1

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Gonzaga

1 1 5

2 2 4

Total 3 9

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Gonzaga

1 6 7

2 5 7

Total 11 14

Scoring summary: No.

56

0 5

Goals by period Saint Mary's (CA) Gonzaga

Pos# gk 0 2 4 7 8 13 14 15 18 19 25

Midfielder Trevor Newquist scored the game-winning goal in match against Santa Clara (Oct 25) and Portland (Oct. 30)

0 0

Saint Mary's (CA) (10-3-3; 6-2-1) vs. Gonzaga (6-7-3; 3-5-1) Date: Nov 01, 2009 • Attendance: 374 Weather: Sunny, blue skies 51 degrees, wind calm

1. 2.

Time Team 56:32 GON 71:46 GON

Goal scorer BARCLAY, Nick (2) EYSTEINSSON, Stefan (1)

Assist Penalty kick PERDIDO, Tye

3.

77:21

GON

MATERN, James (1)

83:04

GON

FLYNN, Colin (1)

GARRE, Philippe EYSTEINSSON, Stefan GARRE, Philippe

4. 5.

88:54

GON

PERDIDO, Tye (6)

BARNUM, Scott

Win-BARNUM, Scott (6-7-3). Loss-HERRICK, Doug (10-3-3). Stadium: GONZAGA SOCCER FIELD Officials: Referee: Mark Matthews; Asst. Referee: Garth Trimble; Tim Kennedy; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 5, Gonzaga 0.

Total 0 5

A Fo 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - - - 2 - - - - - - 5 14 Saves 1

Description Rebound goal from deep right baseline to far lef post Feed from right corner to 10, feed to 8 from 10 yards shot high right Cross from right side point blank wide open top 6 Initial shots hits left post, gets to rebound for easy goal

Cautions and ejections: YC-GON #7 (5:14); YC-GON #5 (18:40); YC-SMC #25 (35:57); YC-GON #16 (81:38); YC-SMC #17 (86:36)

Official's signature

---2010 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer Media Guide---

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2009 Box Scores Match 17 Saint Mary's at San Francisco Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary'sFrancisco, Men's Soccer (Nov 8, 2009 at San CA)

Match 18 San Diego at Saint Mary's Soccer Box Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Nov 13, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Saint Mary's (CA) vs San Francisco 2009 at O2 San Francisco, Team 1 (Nov 2 08,OT TotalCA) USF 1 0 11 2 OT O2 Goals by0 period 0 Saint Mary's Saint Mary's 1 0 0 (CA) 0 11 0 0 0

Saint Mary's (CA) (10-3-4, 6-2-2 WCC) vs. San Francisco (6-9-2, 3-6-1 WCC) Date: Nov 08, 2009 • Attendance: 431 Weather: Foggy, cool, 52 degrees

Saint Mary's (CA) Pos# g 0 m 4 m 8 m 9 d 13 f 14 m 15 d 18 f 19 f 24 d 25 2 10 12 16 17 21

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - LESLIE, Dylan - SAMY, Yousef 1 1 CABEZA, Jose 1 - MOHORIC, Tom 1 1 ARAUJO, Mark - GRIDER, Justin 3 2 GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm 1 1 1 SARABIA, Emmanuel 2 1 COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -NEWQUIST, Trevor - VANDOORNINCK, Brya 1 - FUMIA, Joel - ARAMBULA, Nathan - SPERBER, Ben - SMITH, Dominic - Totals 10 6 1

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 110:00 1

San Francisco

0

0

0

San Francisco

A Fo - 1 - - - - - - - - - 1

1

Total 1 1

Player ShSOG G CAROTENUTO, Franco - KENDRO, Justin 2 - WENNBERG, Victor - ELMASRI, Omar - DAGAN, Kyle - WILLIAMS, Leon 4 - LEVI, Jonathan 2 1 CHINN, Conor 2 1 1 WARREN, Justin - BURKE, Bryan 1 1 O'DONNELL, Daniel - -- Substitutes -8 ENGLUND, Oscar 3 1 19 EDDY, Rafai 1 1 20 CALOIARO, Vinny 1 1 28 JARRETT, Hunter - Totals 16 6 1

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pos# g 1 d 2 m 3 d 4 d 5 m 7 m 10 f 11 d 12 f 13 f 16

9

Saves 5

# 1

Goalkeepers CAROTENUTO, Franco

Min GA 110:00 1

- 1 - - 1 11

1 7 6

2 OT O2 1 0 2 8 0 2

Total 10 16

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) San Francisco

1 0 3

2 OT O2 5 0 0 1 0 1

Total 5 5

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) San Francisco

1 2 5

2 OT O2 3 0 2 2 1 1

Total 7 9

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) San Francisco

1 5 5

2 OT O2 4 0 0 4 0 2

Total 9 11

No.

1.

Time Team 32:02 USF

2.

32:50

SMC

Goal scorer CHINN, Conor (9)

Assist EDDY, Rafai

ALUGAS, Malcolm (2)

LESLIE, Dylan

Date: Nov 13, 2009 • Attendance: 280 Weather: 60, partly cloudy

Univ. of San Diego Pos# gk 1 2 4 5 6 10 12 14 15 16 24 7 8 9 11 19 25 26

Saves 5

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) San Francisco

Scoring summary:

#14 Univ. of San Diego vs Saint (Nov 13, 2009 at Moraga, CA) Team 1 Mary's 2 (CA)OT O2 Total San Diego 0 0 0 0 0 Univ. of San Diego (12-4-2) vs. Goals by period 1 2 OT O2 Saint Mary's (CA) (10-3-5) Saint Mary's 0 0 Univ. of0 0 0 0 0 0 0 San Diego

Description

Brilliant cross from right flank to shot volleyed far post from 15 Failed clearance ball punched in point blank

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #4 (27:28); YC-USF #5 (28:48); YC-USF #11 (32:49); RC-SMC #13 (76:31)

Player BRIONES, Kelin PETERMAN, Ryan REEDER, Sam NORRIS, Cory COHN, James WALLEN, Patrick ARMSTRONG, David POSA, Stephen FELD, Andrew DELGADO, Dan REZA, Jorge -- Substitutes -CARMINATTI, Marcelo MCFADDEN, Conor HOWLAN, JT CARRANZA, Sergio BLASE, Charles CHANDLER, Nolan MAY, Trevor Totals

# Goalkeepers 1 BRIONES, Kelin TM TEAM

Team 1 2 Total Loyola Marymount 0 Goals 2 2 by period Marymount Saint Mary's 0 Loyola 0 0 Saint Mary's (CA)

1 0 0

Loyola Marymount (10-8-2) vs. Saint Mary's (CA) (10-4-5) Date: Nov 15, 2009 • Attendance: 298 Weather: 59 and sunny

# 18

Goalkeepers SAMPSON, Patrick

ShSOG G - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 - -

A Fo - - - - - - - 1 1 - - -

2 1 11

2

1 4

2

Min GA 90:00 0

8

10 11 16 17 21

Saves 4

# 0

2 2 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor 1 - LESLIE, Dylan - RIVAS, Erik - CABEZA, Jose - ARAUJO, Mark 4 2 GRIDER, Justin 1 - GRIDER, Jordan - ALUGAS, Malcolm - SARABIA, Emmanuel 2 1 COEHLO, Jason 2 1 -- Substitutes -VANDOORNINCK, Brya - KAAR, Boyah - ARAMBULA, Nathan - SPERBER, Ben - SMITH, Dominic 2 - Totals 12 4 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 2

Shots by period Loyola Marymount Saint Mary's (CA)

1 3 3

2 8 9

Total 11 12

Saves by period Loyola Marymount Saint Mary's (CA)

1 1 0

2 3 2

Total 4 2

Corner kicks Loyola Marymount Saint Mary's (CA)

1 4 4

2 1 1

Total 5 5

Fouls Loyola Marymount Saint Mary's (CA)

1 4 8

2 4 8

Total 8 16

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team 48:24 LMU 80:23 LMU

Goal scorer SMITH, Brock (2) OCAMPO, Vincent

Assist MCDANIEL, Logan BACA, Rafael

Description

0

Min GA 110:00 0 0:00 0

Saves 2 1

# 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

ShSOG G - 1 - 1 - - - 1 1 - - - - 2 2 1 6

3

Total 0 0

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

0

- - - - 0 29

Min GA 110:00 0

Saves 5

1 3 2

2 OT O2 6 1 0 1 2 1

Total 10 6

Saves by period Univ. of San Diego Saint Mary's (CA)

1 0 1

2 OT O2 1 2 0 3 1 0

Total 3 5

Corner kicks Univ. of San Diego Saint Mary's (CA)

1 2 1

2 OT O2 4 0 0 1 1 0

Total 6 3

Fouls Univ. of San Diego Saint Mary's (CA)

1 7 8

2 OT O2 11 3 4 15 3 3

Total 25 29

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team

Goal scorer

Assist

Description

Match 20 Saint Mary's Stanford Soccer Boxat Score (Final) 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Nov 19, 2009 at Palo Alto, CA)Calif.) Saint Mary's (CA) vs Stanford (Nov 19, 2009 at Stanford, Total 2 0

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Team Saint Mary's Stanford

Saves 2

1 2 Total Goals by 0 0 period0 Saint Mary's (CA) 1 3 Stanford2

Saint Mary's (CA) (10-5-5) vs. Stanford (11-5-2) Date: Nov 19, 2009 • Attendance: 742 Weather: Clear, 55 degrees

Saint Mary's (CA) Pos# 0 2 4 7 8 13 14 15 19 24 25 9 10 11 12 17 21

- - - - - 0 16

Cross by 15 header goal from 7 yards out

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #9 (44:45); YC-SMC #4 (73:24); YC-SMC #25 (81:38); YC-LMU #10 (85:57) Win-SAMPSON, Patrick (3-3-1). Loss-HERRICK, Doug (10-4-5). Stadium: Saint Mary's Stadium Officials: Referee: Yader Reyes; Asst. Referee: Mike Jaeger; Joseph Hall; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Loyola Marymount 1, Saint Mary's (CA) 2.

- - - - - - - 0 25

1 5

Player HERRICK, Doug NEWQUIST, Trevor SAMY, Yousef CABEZA, Jose ARAUJO, Mark GRIDER, Justin ARAMBULA, Nathan GRIDER, Jordan ALUGAS, Malcolm SARABIA, Emmanuel COEHLO, Jason -- Substitutes -7 RIVAS, Erik 12 FUMIA, Joel 17 SPERBER, Ben 21 SMITH, Dominic Totals

Pos# gk 0 2 8 9 14 15 16 18 19 24 25

0

Official's signature

Saint Mary's (CA) Pos# 0 2 4 7 9 14 15 18 19 24 25

1 1 10

Saint Mary's (CA)

0

Shots by period Univ. of San Diego Saint Mary's (CA)

Match 19 Loyola Marymount vs. Saint Soccer Box Score (Final) Mary's 2009 Saint Mary's Men's Soccer (Nov 15, 2009 at Moraga, CA) Loyola Marymount vs Saint Mary's (CA) (Nov 15, 2009 at Moraga, CA)

Player SAMPSON, Patrick SMITH, Brock JOHANSON, Kyle OCAMPO, Vincent DA SILVA, Phil CANTY, Steffen JOZKOWICZ, Artur BACA, Rafael MCDANIEL, Logan JOHNSON, William KRISTOF, Andrew -- Substitutes -3 KRUMPE, Tyler 14 SEARS, Sean 24 LACOUTURE, John Totals

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

0

Univ. of San Diego-BRIONES, Kelin (11-4-2). Saint Mary's (CA)-HERRICK, Doug (10-3-5). Stadium: McKeon Pavilion Officials: Referee: Alex Gorin; Asst. Referee: Mark Thompson; Peter Fletcher; Timekeeper: Pio Bernales; Scorer: Staci Hamaguchi; Offsides: Univ. of San Diego 0, Saint Mary's (CA) 1.

Official's signature

Pos# gk 18 2 4 6 7 8 9 10 15 21 26

ShSOG G - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 2 2 - 1 1 2 - - - -

0

Cautions and ejections: YC-SMC #8 (59:16); YC-USD #12 (65:45); YC-USD #10 (95:48); RC-SMC #8 (108:45)

Saint Mary's (CA)-HERRICK, Doug (10-3-4). San Francisco-CAROTENUTO, Franco (1-2-2). Stadium: Negoesco Stadium Officials: Referee: Said Ravanfar; Asst. Referee: Neal Rogers; Albert Montalvo; Scorer: Ryan McCrary; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 0, San Francisco 1. USF's 2009 home finale and senior night

Loyola Marymount

Saint Mary's (CA)

# 0

Player ShSOG G HERRICK, Doug - NEWQUIST, Trevor - LESLIE, Dylan 1 - RIVAS, Erik - SAMY, Yousef 1 1 MOHORIC, Tom - ARAUJO, Mark 1 1 GRIDER, Justin 1 - ALUGAS, Malcolm 2 - SARABIA, Emmanuel 1 1 COEHLO, Jason - -- Substitutes -CABEZA, Jose - VANDOORNINCK, Brya - KAAR, Boyah - FUMIA, Joel - SPERBER, Ben 1 - SMITH, Dominic - Totals 8 3 0

Goalkeepers HERRICK, Doug

Min GA 90:00 3

1 0 1

Stanford

A Fo - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pos# gk 20 3 5 9 11 12 14 15 24 27 99

- - - - - - 0 13

6 8 17 18 21 22 26

Saves 3

# 20

Player Moore, John Gorskie, Hunter Strickland, Michael Morgan, Evan Yahyavi, Dominique Jahn, Adam Warshaw, Bobby Lamming, Cameron Culver, Shaun Gunther, Garrett Thomas, Ryan -- Substitutes -Levine, Adoni Ryan, Tommy Novak, T.J. Abolfathi, Dersu Leon, Daniel Binnie, Alexander Amman, Taylor Totals

Goalkeepers Moore, John

2 0 2

Total 0 3

ShSOG G - - - 3 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 - 1 - - 3 - - -

A Fo - - - - - 1 - - - - 1 -

1 1 1 1 17

- - - 1 - - - 3 16

1 1 6

1 3

Min GA 90:00 0

Shots by period Saint Mary's (CA) Stanford

1 3 12

2 5 5

Total 8 17

Saves by period Saint Mary's (CA) Stanford

1 2 0

2 1 3

Total 3 3

Corner kicks Saint Mary's (CA) Stanford

1 3 1

2 5 7

Total 8 8

Fouls Saint Mary's (CA) Stanford

1 5 5

2 8 11

Total 13 16

Scoring summary: No.

1.

Time Team 21:18 STAN

2. 3.

64:16 80:09

STAN STAN

Goal scorer Jahn, Adam (4)

Assist Thomas, Ryan

Yahyavi, Dominique (2) Levine, Adoni (1)

Jahn, Adam Abolfathi, Dersu

Saves 3

Description

99 carries ball into corner, cross to 12, one touch 12 steals goal kick, lays off to 11 6 and 18 give and go from top of the box

Cautions and ejections: YC-STAN #27 (28:16); YC-SMC #4 (39:59); YC-STAN #99 (40:47); YC-SMC #8 (81:50)

Official's signature

Win-Moore, John (11-5-2). Loss-HERRICK, Doug (10-5-4). Stadium: Cagan Stadium Officials: Referee: Colin Arblaster; Asst. Referee: Ali Mohebbi; Said Ravanfar; Alt. Official: Matt Buckman; Timekeeper: Brian Casho; Scorer: Ricky Brackett; Offsides: Saint Mary's (CA) 1, Stanford 1.

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History & records


Year-by-Year Leaders Year-By-Year Leaders Goals 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Trevor Newquist Yousef Samy David Blanchard Fitzgerald/Leslie Michael Clegg Derek Youpel Matt Fitzgerald Patrick Lower Juan Lopez Alex Monsalve Jon Gordon Jon Gordon Devin Ebright Devin Ebright Devin Ebright Jeffery King Juan Guarda Adam Bliss Juan Guarda Juan Guarda Mike Foscalina Mike Foscalina Scott Wilkinson Four players Joey Bilotta Joey Bilotta Joey Bilotta Jose Maravilla Three players Four players Not Available Not Available

4 6 3 4 11 7 5 5 4 5 5 5 13 8 11 5 7 11 10 16 10 10 6 3 5 5 6 4 3 2

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

Dylan Leslie Yousef Samy Justin Kim Matthew Fitzgerald Michael Clegg Derek Youpel Matt Fitzgerald Patrick Lower Two Players Alex Monsalve Jon Gordon Jon Gordon Devin Ebright Devin Ebright Devin Ebright Jeffery King Juan Guarda Adam Bliss Juan Guarda Juan Guarda Mike Foscalina Mike Foscalina Scott Wilkinson Two Players Joey Bilotta Joey Bilotta Joey Bilotta Jose Maravilla Rip Malloy Three players Not Available Not Available

15 14 8 11 23 15 15 12 11 13 14 12 27 22 24 12 20 24 27 41 23 26 12 10 11 15 13 12 8 5

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Dylan Leslie Three Players Justin Kim Carlos Diaz Carlos Diaz Three Players Fitzgerald/Rovira Matthew Walker Two Players Alex Avina

9 3 6 4 11 3 5 4 5 5

Points

Assists

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Jon Gordon Four players Ali-John Utush Devin Ebright John Hayek Three players Two players Mike Gable Juan Guarda Two players Two players Jon Hinkin David Lorenzana Two players Mario Salinas Joey Bilotta Four players John Holmes Two Players Seven Players Not Available Not Available

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

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

Doug Herrick Jason Badger Keenan Flynn Brian Mason Brian Mason Brian Mason Kellan Wilson Aaron Valdez Kellan Wilson Kellan Wilson Steve Reardon Steve Reardon Chris Beatty Chris Beatty Rob McDonald Rob McDonald Levi Martinez Rob McDonald Mike Reis Dan Dalzochio Mike Reis Mike Reis Tom Ginicchio Randell Smith Randell Smith Randell Smith Randell Smith Scott Wilharm Dave Konecny John Hennessy Not Available Not Available

66 86 48 58 94 94 110 52 85 115 91 63 84 37 82 88 59 54 33 41 38 66 106 139 199 139 111 88 104 103

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Doug Herrick Jason Badger Brian Mason Brian Mason Brian Mason Brian Mason Kellan Wilson Josh Duffy Kellan Wilson Kellan Wilson Steve Reardon Steve Reardon Chris Beatty Steve Reardon Rob McDonald Rob McDonald Levi Martinez Rob McDonald Levi Martinez Mike Reis

10 6 4 4 9 4 8 2 6 5 7 5 8 4 5 8 5 6 6 5

Saves

Wins

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Mike Reis Mike Reis Tom Ginicchio Randell Smith Randell Smith Randell Smith Randell Smith Dave Konecny Dave Konecny None John Hennessy None

5 6 4 6 4 3 3 5 5

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Doug Herrick Jason Badger Brian Mason Brian Mason Brian Mason Brian Mason Kellan Wilson Josh Duffy Kellan Wilson

1.03 1.25 0.86 1.29 1.38 1.16 1.60 2.17 1.55

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Goals Against Avg. (500 mins)

2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Kellan Wilson Steve Reardon Steve Reardon Chris Beatty Steve Reardon Rob McDonald Rob McDonald Levi Martinez Rob McDonald Levi Martinez Mike Reis Dan Dalzochio Brian Noel Tom Ginicchio Randell Smith Randell Smith Randell Smith Randell Smith Scott Wilharm Dave Konecny John Hennessy

1.84 1.75 1.55 1.25 1.74 1.89 1.11 2.10 1.75 1.15 1.27 1.32 1.43 2.05 1.72 2.05 1.45 1.72 2.78 1.61 3.98

Team Season Highs Most Wins ............................................................................................ 10 (2009) Fewest Losses ................................................................................... 5 (2009) Most Ties ......................................................................................... 6 (2006) Most Overtime Games .......................................................... 9 (2006, 2009) Best Winning Percentage ........................................................... .600 (1989) Most Points .................................................................................. 112 (1990) Most Goals .......................................................................... 38 (1988, 1990) Fewest Goals .................................................................................... 2 (1978) Most Goals Allowed .................................................................... 103 (1979) Fewest Goals Allowed .................................................................... 21 (2007) Highest Goals/Game Ave. ......................................................... 1.75 (1990) Lowest Goals/Game Ave. ........................................................... 0.38 (1978) Most Assists ................................................................................... 38 (1991) Most Goalkeeper Saves ................................................................ 199 (1985) Most Matches Played ................................................. 21 (1986, 1988, 1990) Fewest Matches Played ..................................................................... 8 (1978) Most Shutouts ........................................................................ 7 (1991, 2009) Most Times Shutout .............................................................. 9 (1985, 1998) Streaks Consecutive Wins ........................................................................... 5 (1999) Consecutive Losses ................................................................... 18 (1978-79) Consecutive Shutouts ..................................................................... 4 (2001) Consecutive Times Shutout .................................................. 6 (1978, 1979) Longest Unbeaten Streak ................................................................ 8 (1999) Team Game High Most Points .................................. 22 vs. College of Notre Dame (10/9/92) Most Goals .................................... 8 vs. College of Notre Dame (10/9/92) Most Goals Allowed .......................................... 22 at San Francisco (1979) Most Assists ................................... 6 vs. College of Notre Dame (10/9/92) Most Shots ................................... 42 vs. College of Notre Dame (10/9/92) Most Saves ........................................................ 32 vs. San Jose State (1979) Individual Game High Most Goals ........... 3 Dylan Leslie vs. #10 USD (9/29/06), Michael Clegg vs. Sacramento St. (9/1/05), Devin Ebright vs. Sacramento St. (9/13/95), Juan Guarda vs. CS Los Angeles (10/17/90), Mike Foscalina vs. San Jose St. (10/4/89) Most Assists ................. 3 Matt Pierovice vs. San Diego St. (9/24/93), Joey Bilotta vs. San Jose St. (11/10/84), John Holmes vs. College of Notre Dame (10/8/82) Most Points ......................... 7 Juan Guarda vs. CS Los Angeles (10/17/90) Most Shots ........................ 11 Juan Guarda vs. CS Los Angeles (10/17/90) Most Saves ................................... 32 John Hennessy vs. San Jose St. (1979) Individual Season Highs Most Goals ............................................................... 16 Juan Guarda Most Assists ............................................................... 11 Carlos Diaz Most Points .............................................................. 41 Juan Guarda Most Shots ............................................................... 80 Juan Guarda Most Saves ........................................................... 199 Randell Smith Most Shutouts .......................................................... 7 Doug Herrick

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Single Season Records Points 1 Juan Guarda, 1990 2 Adam Bliss, 1990 3 Devin Ebright, 1997 3 Juan Guarda, 1991 5 Mike Foscalina, 1988 6 Adam Bliss, 1992 6 Devin Ebright, 1995 8 Michael Clegg, 2005 8 Jon Hinkin, 1988 8 Mike Foscalina, 1989 Goals 1 Juan Guarda, 1990 2 Devin Ebright, 1997 3 Michael Clegg, 2005 3 Devin Ebright, 1995 3 Adam Bliss, 1992 6 Mike Foscalina, 1988 6 Juan Guarda, 1991 6 Adam Bliss, 1990 6 Mike Foscalina, 1989 10 Adam Bliss, 1989 10 Devin Ebright, 1996 Assists 1 Carlos Diaz, 2005 2 Dylan Leslie, 2009 2 Adam Bliss, 1990 2 Juan Guarda, 1990 2 Jon Hinkin, 1988 6 Mike Gable, 1992 7 Juan Guarda, 1991 7 Ali-John Utush, 1997 9 6 tied with 6

Shots Attempted 1 Juan Guarda, 1990 2 Devin Ebright, 1997 3 Carlos Diaz, 2006 4 Devin Ebright, 1996 5 Mike Foscalina, 1988 5 Michael Clegg, 2005 7 Juan Guarda, 1993 7 Adam Bliss, 1992 9 Jose Maravilla, 1982 10 John Ashworth, 1991 10 Joey Bilotta, 1984 10 Adam Bliss, 1990

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41 29 27 27 26 24 24 23 23 23 16 13 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 8 8 11 9 9 9 9 8 7 7 80 64 57 53 51 51 50 50 47 46 46 46

Game Winning Goals 1 Michael Clegg, 2005 2 Mike Foscalina, 1988 2 Mike Foscalina, 1989 2 Juan Guarda, 1990 2 Juan Guarda, 1991 2 Adam Bliss, 1992 2 Devin Ebright, 1997 8 Adam Bliss, 1989 8 Adam Bliss, 1990 8 Devin Ebright, 1995 8 Nick Marcum, 1999 8 Alex Monsalve, 2000

Matches Played 1 Adam Bliss, 1990 2 Dave Bristol, 1986 3 Greg Busch, 1988 4 Greg Busch, 1990 5 Scott Eitlegeorge, 1990 6 Mike Foscalina, 1988 7 Juan Guarda, 1990 8 Jeff Peters, 1986 9 Jeff Peters, 1988 10 Scott Wilkinson, 1986 GOALKEEPING Saves 1 Randell Smith, 1985 2 Randell Smith, 1986 3 Kellan Wilson, 2000 4 Randell Smith, 1983 5 Kellan Wilson, 2003 6 Tom Ginocchio, 1987 7 Dave Konecny, 1981 8 John Hennessy, 1980 9 Randell Smith, 1984 10 Brian Mason, 2005

5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 199 139 115 111 110 106 104 103 99 94

Goals Against Avg (500 mins.) 1 Brian Mason (630), 2007 0.86 2 Doug Herrick (1932), 2008 1.03 3 Rob McDonald (1620), 1994 1.11 4 Levi Martinez (705), 1991 1.15 5 Brian Mason (1791), 2004 1.16 6 Chris Beatty (1436), 1997 1.25 6 Jason Badger (1722), 2008 1.25 8 Mike Reis (990), 1990 1.27 9 Brian Mason (1463), 2006 1.29 10 Keenan Flynn (1036), 2007 1.30

Most Wins 1 Doug Herrick, 2009 2 Brian Mason, 2005 3 Chris Beatty, 1997 3 Kellan Wilson, 2003 3 Rob McDonald, 1994 6 Steve Reardon, 1999 7 Jason Badger, 2008 7 Kellan Wilson, 2001 7 Rob McDonald, 1992 7 Levi Martinez, 1991 7 Mike Reis, 1988 7 Randell Smith, 1986

Most Shutouts 1 Doug Herrick, 2009 2 Chris Beatty, 1997 2 Brian Mason, 2005 4 Brian Mason, 2004 5 Levi Martinez, 1991 5 Rob McDonald, 1994 7 Steve Reardon, 1999 8 Kellan Wilson, 2001 8 Keenan Flynn, 2007 10 Seven tied with 3

Matches Played 1 Doug Herrick, 2009 1 Brian Mason, 2004 1 Tom Ginicchio, 1987 1 Randell Smith, 1985 5 Brian Mason, 2005 5 Kellan Wilson, 2003 5 Steve Reardon, 1999 8 Jason Badger, 2008 8 Kellan Wilson, 2000 8 Rob McDonald, 1995 8 Randell Smith, 1986

Minutes Played 1 Doug Herrick, 2009 2 Randell Smith, 1985 3 Tom Ginicchio, 1987 4 Brian Mason, 2004 5 Brian Mason, 2005 6 Steve Reardon, 1999 7 Kellan Wilson, 2003 8 Jason Badger, 2008 9 Rob McDonald, 1995 10 Rob McDonald, 1994

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10 9 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 7.0 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.0 5.0 4.5 4.0 4.0 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 18 1,932 1,840 1,800 1,791 1,759 1,751 1,744 1,722 1,710 1,620


Career Records Points 1 Juan Guarda, 1990-93 88 2 Adam Bliss, 1989-92 86 3 Devin Ebright, 1995-97 73 4 Mike Foscalina, 1986-89 57 5 Matthew Fitzgerald, 2003-06 41 6 Joey Bilotta, 1983-85 39 7 Jon Gordon, 1996-99 38 8 Derek Youpel, 2002-05 31 9 Alex Avina, 1998-01 30 9 Jon Hinkin, 1987-88 30 9 Michael Weinstein, 1993-97 30

Goals 1 Adam Bliss, 1989-92 34 2 Juan Guarda, 1990-93 33 3 Devin Ebright, 1995-97 32 4 Mike Foscalina, 1986-89 23 5 Joey Bilotta, 1983-85 16 6 Jon Gordon, 1996-99 14 7 Derek Youpel, 2002-05 12 7 Matthew Fitzgerald, 2003-06 12 9 Michael Clegg, 2005 11 9 Scott Wilkinson, 1984-87 11 10 Jeff Canarelli, 1994-97 10 10 Michael Weinstein, 1993-97 10 10 Scott Eitlegeorge, 1987-90 10

Assists 1 Juan Guarda, 1990-93 22 2 Adam Bliss, 1989-92 18 3 Matthew Fitzgerald, 2003-06 17 4 Mike Gable, 1989-92 15 4 Carlos Diaz, 2005-06 15 6 Jon Hinkin, 1987-88 14 7 Diego Rivora, 2000-04 12 8 Dylan Leslie, 2006-09 11 8 Mike Foscalina, 1986-89 11 8 Jeff Peters, 1984-88 11 8 Niles Almarinez, 2000-03 11 8 Ali-John Utush, 1996-98 11 Shots 1 Juan Guarda, 1990-93 2 Adam Bliss, 1989-92 3 Devin Ebright, 1995-97 4 Jon Gordon, 1996-99 5 Mike Foscalina, 1986-89 6 Diego Rivora, 2000-04 7 Dylan Leslie, 2006-09 8 Dave Bristol, 1983-86 9 Nathan White, 1991-94 10 Leo Cuellar, 1996-99 10 Alex Avina, 1998-01

178 166 160 119 118 110 109 104 93 82 85

Game Winning Goals 1 Adam Bliss, 1989-92 2 Juan Guarda, 1990-93 3 Mike Foscalina, 1986-89 4 Devin Ebright, 1995-97 5 Joey Bilotta, 1983-85 6 Jon Gordon, 1996-99 7 Alex Monsalve, 2000-02 7 Dylan Leslie, 2006-09 8 Nick Marcum, 1998-01 8 Alex Avina, 1998-01 8 Leo Cuellar, 1996-99 8 Scott Eitlegeorge 8 Jose Maravilla, 1982-83 8 Adam Zielske, 2002-05

11 9 9 8 7 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Matches Played 1 Greg Busch, 1988-91 80 2 Adam Bliss, 1989-92 79 3 Diego Rivora, 2000-04 78 4 Matthew Fitzgerald, 2003-06 77 6 Alex Avina, 1998-01 76 6 Alex Christlieb 2003-06 76 8 Jeff Yoos, 1989-92 75 9 Adam Zielske, 2002-05 74 9 Jon Gordon, 1996-99 74 9 Niles Almarnez, 2000-03 74 9 Brian Rhodes, 1999-02 74 9 Michael Weinstein, 1993-97 74 GOALKEEPING Saves 1 Randell Smith, 1983-86 2 Kellan Wilson, 1999-01,03 3 Steve Reardon, 1995-99 4 Rob McDonald, 1992-95 4 Brian Mason, 2004-07 6 Mike Reis, 1988-91 7 Dave Konecny, 1981-82 8 John Hennessy, 1979-81 9 Chris Beatty, 1996-97 10 Tom Ginocchio, 1986-87

Goals Against Avg (1800 mins) 1 Doug Herrick, 2008-09 2 Brian Mason, 2004-07 3 Dan Dalzochio, 1989-90 4 Chris Beatty, 1996-97 5 Mike Reis, 1988-91 6 Rob McDonald, 1992-95 7 Kellan Wilson, 1999-03 8 Steve Reardon, 1995-99 9 Randell Smith, 1983-86 10 Tom Ginicchio , 1986-87

548 311 269 246 246 170 163 131 121 118 1.11 1.27 1.35 1.55 1.59 1.61 1.66 1.71 1.76 1.92

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Most Wins 1 Kellan Wilson, 1999-01,03 2 Rob McDonald, 1992-95 3 Mike Reis, 1988-91 4 Brian Mason, 2004-07 4 Steve Reardon, 1995-99 6 Randell Smith, 1983-86 7 Levi Martinez, 1991-94 8 Doug Herrick, 2008-09 9 Chris Beatty, 1996-97 10 Dan Dalzochio, 1989-90

Most Shutouts 1 Brian Mason, 2004-07 2 Rob McDonald, 1992-95 3 Steve Reardon, 1995-99 4 Kellan Wilson, 1999-01, 03 5 Mike Reis, 1988-91 6 Doug Herrick, 2008-09 6 Randell Smith, 1983-86 7 Chris Beatty, 1996-97 8 Dan Dalzochio, 1989-90 9 John Hennessy, 1980-81 9 Dave Konecny, 1981-82 Most Matches Played 1 Randell Smith, 1983-86 2 Rob McDonald, 1992-95 3 Kellan Wilson, 1999-01, 03 4 Brian Mason, 2004-07 5 Steve Reardon, 1995-99 6 Mike Reis, 1988-91 7 Chris Beatty, 1996-97 7 Dave Konecny, 1981-82 9 Levi Martinez, 1991-94 10 Tom Giniocchio, 1987-88 Most Minutes Played 1 Randell Smith, 1983-86 2 Rob McDonald, 1992-95 3 Brian Mason, 2004-07 4 Kellan Wilson, 1999-01, 03 5 Steve Reardon, 1995-99 6 Mike Reis, 1988-91 7 Chris Beatty, 1996-97 8 Levi Martinez, 1991-94 9 Dave Konecny, 1981-82 10 Doug Herrick, 2008-09

22 20 19 17 17 16 11 10 10 7 13.5 10.0 9.5 9.5 8.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 67 56 55 54 49 42 26 26 25 24 5,530 5,134 5,013 4,620 4,430 3,917 2,261 2,211 2,089 2,021

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All-Time Letterwinners -aaAAbbasoglu, Sevki .......................................................... 1979 Abrahamson, Daniel ................................................... 2005 Adlparvar, Kourosh .................................................... 1979 Alberico, Seth ......................................................... 1997-98 Aldaghi, Omid ........................................................ 2002-03 Alden, Jim ................................................................. 1997-00 Almarinez, Niles .................................................... 2000-03 Alugas, Malcolm ................................ 2008-present Antezana, Oscar .................................................... 1984-85 Arambula, Nathan ............................. 2009-present Araujo, Mark ........................................................... 2006-09 Ardalan, Reza ................................................................ 1979 Ashworth, John ............................................................. 1991 Ashworth, Mike ............................................................ 1992 Astroph, Joseph ............................................................ 2001 Avina, Alex ............................................................... 1998-01 Azari, Mehrdad ............................................................. 1979 Azevedo, Carlos ..................................................... 1984-85 -bbbBadger, Jason .......................................................... 2007-09 Baker, Jeff .......................................................... 1988-89,91 Balderrama, Erick ....................................................... 2002 Barajas, Matt .................................................................. 2002 Beatty, Chris ........................................................... 1996-97 Belmonte, Henry ................................................... 1983-85 Benowicz, Rob .............................................................. 1996 Bernal, Jon ............................................................... 2002-03 Bilotta, Joey ............................................................. 1983-85 Biro, Rick ...................................................................1981-82 Blanchard, David .................................................. 2004-07 Bliss, Adam .............................................................. 1989-92 Boehne, Brian ........................................................ 2002-03 Booker, Randy ....................................................... 1992-93 Bowen, Dan .................................................................... 2003 Brillembourg, Pedro ........................................... 1979-81 Brinker, Matt ................................................................. 1991 Bristol, Dave ........................................................... 1983-86 Brodan, Patrik ............................................................... 1999 Brooks, Desmond ................................................. 2003-06 Brown, Derricke .................................................... 1998-00 Brown, Greg ..................................................... 1982,84-85 Brumm, Andrew ................................................... 1986-87 Buckley, Bob .................................................................. 1979 Bueno, Oscar .......................................................... 1998-00 Burenberger, Paul ....................................................... 1979 Busch, Greg ............................................................. 1988-91 Butler, Anthony ..................................................... 2003-06 Butler, J.D ........................................................................ 2005

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-cccCabeza, Jose ........................................ 2009-present Canarelli, Jeff .......................................................... 1994-97 Cashmere, Nick.............................................................. 2007 Castillo, Felipe ....................................................... 1980-83 Champayne, George ............................................ 1984-85 Chamran, Raheem ....................................................... 1984 Chavez, Edgar ......................................................... 1984-87 Chodorow, Eric ............................................................. 1986 Chodzko, Peter ............................................................. 1997 Christlieb, Alex ...................................................... 2003-06 Ciliento, Kyle ................................................................. 2008 Clancy, John ............................................................ 1993-96 Claycomb, Joe ......................................................... 2007-08 Clegg, Michael ............................................................... 2005 Coehlo, Jason .......................................................... 2006-09 Collins, James ......................................................... 2004-06 Conti, Scott .............................................................. 1986-87 Corriveau, Ryan ........................................................... 2006 Cota, Tony ................................................................ 1998-99 Coyle, Chris ............................................................. 1984-85 Crawford, Andy ............................................................ 1979 Crockett, Mike ........................................................ 1979-80 Crowley, Bill .................................................................. 1979

Cuellar, Leo ............................................................. 1996-99 Cunningham, Conroy ....................... 2008-present Czapinski, Jeremy ................................................. 1997-98

-dddDalzochio, Dan ....................................................... 1989-90 Damgaard-Nielsen, Martin ...................................... 1980 Del Carlo, Dave ............................................................. 1989 Della Santina, Rob ................................................ 1995-98 DeLorme, Jon .......................................................... 1988-89 Deremer, Kyle ............................................................... 2007 Diaz, Carlos................................................................2005-06 Dominguez, Jason ................................................. 1987-90 Donovan, Hal .......................................................... 1979-80 Dowling, Chad ........................................................ 1990-92 Duffy, Josh ............................................................... 2000-03 Dunckel, Earl .................................................... 1980-81,83 Durenberger, Paul ................................................ 1980-81

-eeeEberhardt, Scott .................................................... 2007-09 Ebright, Devin ........................................................ 1995-97 Edelmayer, Eric ..................................................... 1982-83 Eitlegeorge, Scott .................................................. 1987-90 Ernst, Chris .............................................................. 1987-88 Estrella, Mike ................................................................ 1994 -fffFall, Chris ................................................................. 1984-85 Fazeli, Mohamad .......................................................... 1979 Fitzgerald, Matt ..................................................... 2003-06 Fitzgerald, Shawn ................................................. 1994-97 Flynn, Keenen......................................................... 2006-07 Foge, Ed .................................................................... 1983-84 Fontaine, Evan ....................................................... 1999-02 Foscalina, Mike ...................................................... 1986-89 Fournier, Damon ......................................................... 1998 Fowler, Ryan ................................................................. 1996 Foy, Mike .................................................................. 1983-86 Fritzche, Jason .............................................................. 1997 Froehlich, Ben ......................................................... 1996,98 Fumia, Joel ........................................... 2008-present -gggGable, Mike .............................................................. 1989-92 Gallinger, Brett...............................................................2006 Garcia Brasso, Alex ..................................................... 1993 Garcia, Francisco ......................................................... 1979 Garcia, Ricardo ............................................................. 1979 George, Eric ............................................................. 1995-98 Gianini, Jon ..................................................................... 2002 Giffins, John .................................................................... 1990 Ginocchio, Tom ...................................................... 1986-87 Giovanetti, Mark ....................................................1980-81 Gordon, Jon ............................................................. 1996-99 Graham, Henry...............................................................2005 Grider, Jordan .......................................... 2007-pres. Grider, Justin ............................................ 2008-pres. Grochau, Bobby ............................................................ 1984 Guarda, Juan ........................................................... 1990-93

-hhhHager, Steve ................................................................... 1981 Halverson, Brett .................................................... 1993-94 Hamdan, Jason ....................................................... 2002-03 Harrington, Chris .................................................. 1987-90 Hayden, Paul .................................................................. 1991 Hayek, Joey ...............................................................1987-90 Hayek, John ............................................................. 1994-97 Heldreth, Corey ..................................................... 2005-08 Herrick, Doug ..................................... 2008-present Hennessy, John ...................................................... 1979-81 Henry, Kevin ........................................................... 1984-86 Hill, Scott .................................................................. 1994-97 Hinkin, Jon ............................................................... 1987-88

Hippler, Jared ......................................................... 2003-05 Hoffman, Daniel ........................................................... 1985 Holmes, John .......................................................... 1982-86 Houtman, Jacobus ....................................................... 2003 -iiiIsola, John ................................................................ 1982-83

-jjjJaime, Joaquin ........................................................ 2004-05 Johns, Patrick ................................................................ 2006 Johnson, Jamin .............................................................. 1999 Johnson, Luke ................................................................ 2006 Johnson, Michael ................................................... 2002-05

-kkkKaar, Boyah .................................................................... 2009 Kealii, Kuehu .......................................................... 2002-04 Kenyon, Bryan ....................................................... 1984-85 Kim, Justin ............................................................... 2007-08 King, Jeffery ................................................................... 1994 King, Nathan ............................................................ 1993,95 Kinney, Jim .............................................................. 1989-92 Klasila, Ryan .................................................................. 2006 Konecny, Dave ....................................................... 1981-82 Kraemer, Jim .................................................................. 1981 Kreutzelman, Mike ............................................... 1984-85 Kropp, Nate ............................................... 1995-96,98-99 Kummer, Brian ...................................................... 1999-01 -lllLamers, Jeroen ....................................................... 1998-00 Lau, Ryan ........................................................................ 1992 Laurin, Mike ............................................................ 1987,89 Lechler, Erich ......................................................... 2000-01 Lee, Alvin ........................................................................ 1979 Lenser, David .................................................................2006 Leslie, Dylan ........................................2006-present Lopez, Juan .............................................................. 2001-02 Lorenzana, David .................................................. 1986-87 Lorin, Philip ................................................................... 1994 Lower, Patrick ....................................................... 2002-03 -mmmMacri, Jarn ...................................................................... 1980 Malloy, Rip ............................................................... 1981-84 Maravilla, Jose ........................................................ 1982-83 Marcum, Nick ......................................................... 1998-01 Markel, Nicholas .......................................................... 1987 Martin, Suzanne ........................................................... 1979 Martinez, Carlos ........................................................... 1981 Martinez, Levi ........................................................ 1991-94 Martinsen, Nick ..................................................... 1987-90 Mason, Brian .......................................................... 2004-07 McDonald, Rob ...................................................... 1992-95 McElhinney, Dan ............................................ 1998,00-01 Medina, Jared ..................................... 2007-present Menere, Ryan ................................................................ 1998 Mercado, Alvaro .................................................... 1995-96 Migay, Sarah .................................................................. 1990 Migay, Sash ..................................................................... 1992 Mikal, Keenan ............................................................... 1982 Miller, Dan ............................................................... 1997-00 Miller, Winston ...................................................... 1987-90 Minniti, Daniel .............................................................. 2007 Mino, Carlos ................................................................... 1998 Mohoric, Tom ..................................... 2008-present Monsalve, Alex ....................................................... 2000-02 Morin, Jeff ................................................................ 1984-85 Mosman, Scott ....................................................... 1989-92 Murphy, Brian ........................................................ 1989-91 Murphy, Kevin ....................................................... 1980-81 Murphy, Steve ........................................................ 1979-80 Mussy, Steven ................................................................ 1986

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All-Time Letterwinners -nnnNeilsen, Martin ............................................................. 1979 Nelson, Cale ................................................................... 1998 Nespeca, Ron .......................................................... 1992-95 Newquist, Trevor ............................... 2009-present Noel, Brian ............................................................... 1988-89 Norman, Greg ......................................................... 1987-88 Nunan, Jady ............................................................. 2000-02

-oooOliveira, Brian ........................................................ 2002-03 Olson, Bjorn ................................................................... 2001 Omiya, Owen ................................................................. 1996 Orum, Robert ......................................................... 2000-03 Osuna, Donald ........................................................ 1984-86 Oulevey, Jean-Philipe ................................................. 1993 Owen, Karl ......................................................... 1988,90-92 -pppPalmer, Chris .......................................................... 1982-84 Pereira, Robert ............................................................. 1982 Persson, Jonas ........................................................ 1993-94 Peters, Jeff ................................................................ 1984-88 Phipps, Scott .................................................................. 2001 Pierovich, Matt ............................................................. 1993 Piispa, Jukka ........................................................... 1985-86 Price, Sean ...................................................................... 1992

-rrrRadke, Bill ................................................................ 1981-83 Reardon, Steve ....................................................... 1995-99 Recupero, Mike ............................................................. 1987 Reed, Eric ................................................................. 1997-00 Regier, Scott ............................................................ 1989-92 Reid, Jim ................................................................... 1980-83 Reid, Landon ........................................................... 1994-97 Reis, Mike ................................................................. 1988-91 Reital, Brad .............................................................. 1993-95 Reiter, McLean .............................................................. 2004 Revelo, Jose .................................................................... 2001 Reyes, Rica ............................................................... 1999-00 Rhodes, Brian ......................................................... 1999-02 Riordan, Daniel ............................................................. 1979 Rishwain, Mark ............................................................. 1979 Rivas, Erik ............................................ 2007-present Robert, Erik ............................................................. 2004-07 Roberts, Ted ................................................................... 1990 Rovira, Diego .......................................................... 2000-04 Rowland-Smith, Ryan ................................................ 1997 Ruiz, Paul ........................................................... 1993-95,97 -sssSaab, Bruno ............................................................. 1999-01 Salinas, Mario ......................................................... 1984-85 Samy, Yousef ........................................................... 2008-09 Santos, Jim ............................................................... 1981-84 Sarabia, Emmanuel .......................... 2008-present Schlosser, Ted ................................................................ 1979 Schoebel, David ............................................................ 1979 Schoendienst, Mark ............................................. 1980-82 Schreiber, Eric ........................................................ 1992-95 Scicluna, Philip ................................................ 1992-93,95 Shad, Siamack ............................................................... 1979 Sharps, Kevin .......................................................... 1984-85 Shimizu, Shunta .................................................... 1996-97 Siu, Brian....................................................................2005-08 Sloan, Russell ..........................................................1989-91 Smith, Daniel .......................................................... 2004-05 Smith, Dominic ............................................................. 2008 Smith, Randell ........................................................ 1983-86 Sodi, Amir ....................................................................... 1979 Souter, Ryan ................................................................... 2001 Specht, George ....................................................... 1993-96 Sperber, Ben ................................................................... 2009 Stanwood, Jason......................................................2004-06

Stralen, Mark ................................................................. 1983 Sullivan, Bryan .............................................................. 1997 Swoish, Chris .......................................................... 1981-83

-tttTalan, Kevin ............................................................. 1984-87 Talan, Mark ............................................................. 1980-83 Tarsio, Chad ................................................................... 1993 Thompson, Eric ..................................................... 1993-95 Thompson, Kurt .................................................... 2007-08 Tom, Darryl .................................................................... 2007 Trigg-Smith, Callum .................................................... 2005 Trujillo, Guilermo ................................................. 2005-07 Tubbs, Jesse ............................................................ 1981-82

-uuuUricoechea, George ..................................................... 1979 Utush, Ali-John ....................................................... 1996-98 Utush, Hamit ........................................................... 1996-97

-vvvValdez, Aaron ................................................................ 2002 Valdivia, Hernan .................................................... 1993-96 Valladon, Sean ........................................................ 2003-04 VanDoorninck, Bryan .......................................... 2006-09 Vedder, David ......................................................... 2002-06 Voltattorni, Brian .................................................. 1999-02

-wwwWalker, Matthew ................................................... 2002-05 Warta, Geoff ............................................................ 1996-98 Warta, George .................................................. 1994-95,97 Warta, Greg ............................................................. 1991-92 Watts, Corey ............................................................ 2003-06 Webb, Alex ............................................................... 1980-81 Weidenkopf, Paul .................................................. 1988-89 Weinstein, Michael ............................................... 1993-97 Welsh, Bob ............................................................... 1990-91 Weyland, Ben ................................................................. 1988 White, Nathan ........................................................ 1991-94 Wilharm, Scott .............................................................. 1982 Wilkinson, Dave ........................................................... 2002 Wilkinson, Scott .................................................... 1984-87 Williams, Sean ....................................................... 1988-91 Wilson, Kellan .................................................. 1999-01,03 Woodley, Jack ......................................................... 1999-02 Woodruff, Matthew .................................................... 1993 -yyyYoos, Jeff ................................................................... 1989-92 Youpel, Derek ......................................................... 2002-05 Yu, Chris ........................................................................... 2000 -zzzZarnegar, Mani .............................................................. 1979 Zielske, Adam ......................................................... 2002-05

Year-by-Year Coaching Records

Overall

Year

W

1978

1979 1980 1981 1982

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

2006 2007 2008 2009

Coach

L

T

PCT.

Conference W

L

T

PCT

Finish

J.F. Villarroel 1-year total

0 0

8 8

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

7 7

0 0

.000 .000

Eighth

Randy Farris Randy Farris Randy Farris Randy Farris 4-year totals

1 0 5 5 11

11 12 11 15 49

0 2 0 0 2

.083 .071 .313 .250 .194

0 0 0 0 0

7 6 7 7 27

0 1 0 0 1

.000 .071 .000 .000 .018

Eighth Eighth Eighth Eighth

Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin Bob Martin 14-year totals

4 5 4 7 4 9 9 9 9 6 6 8 6 6 92

13 10 13 13 14 8 6 9 10 12 12 9 13 12 154

3 4 3 1 2 4 5 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 28

.275 .368 .275 .357 .250 .524 .575 .500 .474 .342 .333 .472 .316 .342 .387

0 1 1 2 1 1 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 20

7 4 6 3 5 3 2 2 3 3 4 3 5 5 55

0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 7

.000 .286 .143 .417 .167 .300 .600 .500 .400 .300 .333 .417 .167 .167 .271

Eighth Seventh Seventh Fifth Sixth T-Fourth Third T-Third Fourth Fifth T-Fifth T-Fourth T-Sixth Sixth

Mark Talan Mark Talan Mark Talan Mark Talan 4-year totals

8 6 8 6 28

9 14 10 13 46

2 0 1 0 3

.474 .300 .447 .316 .383

2 1 2 1 6

4 5 3 5 17

0 0 1 0 1

.333 .167 .417 .167 .271

T-Sixth Seventh Fifth T-Sixth

Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Steve Rammel Steve Rammel 5-year totals

6 4 8 5 9 32

11 13 11 10 9 54

1 3 0 5 1 10

.361 .275 .421 .375 .500 .372

1 0 2 2 6 11

5 5 4 8 6 28

0 1 0 2 0 3

.167 .083 .333 .250 .500 .298

Sixth Seventh Sixth Sixth Fourth

Adam Cooper Adam Cooper Adam Cooper Adam Cooper 4-year totals

4 7 6 10 27

10 9 9 5 33

6 2 4 5 17

.350 .444 .421 .625 .461

2 3 5 6 16

7 7 4 3 21

31 Years

190 344 60

.370

53

159 23

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.291 Seventh .333 Fifth .542 Fourth .625 Second .448 .275

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Year-by-Year Results 1978 Head Coach: J.F. Villaroel Overall Record: 0-8 PCC Record: 0-7

+California +at Santa Clara +at Fresno State +at Stanford +San Jose State +San Francisco +at Pacific Seattle +Pacific Coast Conference game 1979 Head Coach: Randy Farris Overall Record: 1-11 PCC Record: 0-7

L L L L L L L L

1-6 0-10 0-9 0-10 0-8 0-4 1-5 1-4

Humboldt State Menlo College +at San Jose State Sacramento State +at California San Francisco State +#7 at San Francisco +Fresno State +Stanford +#18 Santa Clara CS Stanislaus +Pacific (ot) +Pacific Coast Conference game

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

0-2 2-3 0-15 1-7 0-11 0-5 0-22 0-11 0-8 0-16 2-1 1-2

at Menlo College +at Santa Clara +California at San Francisco State +#1 San Francisco at Sacramento State +at Fresno State at CS Hayward Sonoma State at Humboldt State +at Stanford +San Jose State +at Pacific (ot) at CS Stanislaus +Pacific Coast Conference game

L L L L L T L L L L L L T L

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

1980 Head Coach: Randy Farris Overall Record: 0-12-2 PCC Record: 0-6-1

1981 Head Coach: Randy Farris Overall Record: 5-11 PCC Record: 0-7

Sacramento State L Humboldt State L +at California L at Sonoma State W +Santa Clara L Menlo College W +at #15 San Jose State L LaVerne W at UC Santa Cruz W at Cal Poly L +at #7 San Francisco L +Fresno State L San Francisco State (ot) L +Stanford (ot) L +Pacific (ot) L CS Stanislaus W +Pacific Coast Confernence game

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

at Sacramento State at Humboldt State +California Sonoma State +San Jose State at Dominguez Hills at San Diego at Menlo College Col. of Notre Dame UNLV +#3 San Francisco at CS Hayward at San Francisco State +at Stanford Cal Poly +at Fresno State UC Santa Cruz at CS Stanislaus +at Santa Clara +at Pacific +Pacific Coast Conference game

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

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

W L T L L

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

1982 Head Coach: Randy Farris Overall Record: 5-15 PCC Record: 0-7

1983 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 4-13-3 PCC Record: 0-7 PCC San Francisco State at Cal Poly at Sonoma State (ot) +at San Jose State CS Dominguez Hills

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San Diego San Diego State +at #17 California Sacramento State (ot) +Fresno State CS Hayward +Stanford at UC Santa Cruz Menlo College Humboldt State (ot) +at #8 San Francisco (8) +Santa Clara at #16 UNLV (12) CS Stanislaus (ot) +Pacific +Pacific Coast Conference game

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

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

Portland Sonoma State Humboldt State (ot) Cal Poly (ot) at San Francisco State at CS Hayward (ot) +California +at Santa Clara +at Stanford Menlo College at San Diego State at San Diego at Sacramento State +at Pacific (ot) +San Francisco (ot) Loyola Marymount +at #18 Fresno State +San Jose State Chico State +Pacific Coast Conference game

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

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

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

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

1984 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 5-10-4 PCC Record: 1-4-2

1985 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 4-13-3 PCC Record: 1-6 PCC #vs. Western Washington #at Chico State (ot) at Seattle Pacific Simon Fraser CS Fullerton at UC Davis (ot) San Diego CS Los Angeles @vs. UC San Diego @at US International +Pacific +#14 Fresno State +at San Jose State (ot)

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Year-by-Year Results +Stanford L 0-3 San Francisco State W 3-2 +at #20 California L 0-1 +Santa Clara L 1-2 Cal Poly (ot) T 2-2 +at San Francisco L 1-2 CS Hayward W 3-1 +Pacific Coast Conference game #Far West Classic (Chico, CA) @US International Invite (San Diego, CA) 1986 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 7-13-1 PCC Record: 2-3-1

Sacramento State W UC Davis L Sonoma State W $vs. Claremont W $vs. CS San Bernardino L $vs. Cal Poly-Pomona W UC Santa Barbara L at Cal Poly L at CS Los Angeles W at CS Fullerton L at San Francisco State L +at Santa Clara (ot) T +San Jose State W +at Stanford W UNLV L at CS Hayward L +#9 San Francisco L +at #16 Fresno State L at San Diego State L at San Diego (ot) L +California L +Pacific Coast Conference game $Fresno Pacific Invite (Fresno, CA)

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

at UC Davis Cal Poly at Westmont (ot) at UC Santa Barbara at US International Cal Poly-Pomona +at San Jose State CS Hayward San Diego at LMU +Santa Clara San Francisco State (ot) at Portland at Washington +Fresno State #20 San Diego State +at #15 San Francisco

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

1987 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 4-14-2 PCC Record: 1-5

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

CS Los Angeles L 0-3 +at California L 0-3 +Stanford (ot) W 2-1 +Pacific Coast Conference game 1988 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 9-8-4 WCC Record: 1-3-1

at Stanford %vs. Texas Christian %at CS Fullerton (ot) at Fresno Pacific at San Francisco State CS Los Angeles UC Santa Barbara at Sonoma State California (ot) *#2 Portland *at San Francisco *Loyola Marymount at Sacramento State *at San Diego (ot) at #8 San Diego State at Cal Poly So. Carolina-Spartanburg CS Hayward (ot) US International *Santa Clara San Jose State *West Coast Conference game %Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA) 1989 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 9-6-5 WCC Record: 3-2

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

^at UNLV L ^vs. Jacksonville W UC Davis (ot) T Sonoma State W *at LMU W at CS Los Angeles (ot) T at #10 UCLA (6) L #18 San Diego State W San Francisco State W at California L at San Jose State W *San Francisco (ot) W Washington (ot) T *at #15 Portland L Sacramento State L *San Diego W *#1 Santa Clara L Stanford W Cal Poly (ot) T at CS Hayward (ot) T *West Coast Conference game ^UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, NV)

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

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

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1990 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 9-9-3 WCC Record: 2-2-1

CS Hayward W 3-0 !vs. North Carolina L 1-2 !at #20 Wake Forest (ot) T 1-1 &Simon Fraser W 4-1 &#20 UW-Milwaukee L 3-4 at UC Irvine W 2-1 at #2 UCLA L 0-1 at Stanford (ot) T 2-2 Alabama A&M L 0-2 San Jose State (ot) W 2-0 Oregon State W 4-0 *at San Francisco (ot) W 3-1 California L 0-1 at #11 Fresno State L 0-2 *Portland L 0-2 CS Los Angeles W 4-1 *Loyola Marymount W 2-0 CS Northridge W 3-2 at San Diego State L 0-1 *at San Diego (ot) T 2-2 *at #7 Santa Clara L 1-3 *West Coast Conference game !WakeForestTournament(Winston-Salem, NC) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) 1991 Head Coach: Bob Martinn Overall Record: 9-10-0 WCC Record: 2-3-0

#13 Fresno State W UC Irvine W &South Florida L &Texas Christian W at #10 Adelphi L at # 14 Seton Hall W #19 San Diego State L Stanford L >vs. #13 Clemson L >vs. #16 Washington W *at Loyola Marymount W #8 UCLA (11) L at Oregon State W *at #21 Portland (ot) L at Sacramento State L *#8 San Francisco L *San Diego (ot) W at California W *at #2 Santa Clara L *West Coast Conference game &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) %Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA) >MET Life Classic (Santa Clara, CA)

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

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Year-by-Year Results 1992 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 6-12-1 WCC Record: 1-3-1

Seattle-Pacific (ot) L 1-4 "UNC-Charlotte L 0-4 "UNC-Greensboro L 0-2 %vs. UC Santa Barbara W 3-0 %at CS Fullerton W 3-1 &Northern Illinois W 4-1 &Maryland-BC L 0-1 California W 1-0 *at #13 San Diego L 2-3 at CS Los Angeles L 4-2 at Stanford L 3-0 *Loyola Marymount W 5-0 *at Santa Clara L 0-2 *#18 Portland L 2-3 San Jose State (ot) W 2-1 \vs. Old Dominion L 1-2 \vs. #25 New Mexico L 1-6 *at San Francisco (ot) T 1-1 Sacramento State L 2-3 *West Coast Conference game "Met Life Classic (San Francisco, CA) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) %Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA) \USAFA Falcon Tourney (Colorado Springs, CO) 1993 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 6-12 WCC Record: 2-4

<at #10 Wisconsin L 0-5 <vs. UW-Milwaukee L 2-3 Sacramento State L 1-2 at California (ot) W 3-2 =vs. Coastal Carolina W 2-0 =vs. Columbia L 1-3 &San Diego State W 3-2 &#3 CS Fullerton L 1-3 >vs. Vermont W 4-1 >vs. SMU L 1-2 *Gonzaga W 4-1 *#20 San Francisco L 1-2 *at LMU W 5-1 *at San Diego L 0-2 *at Portland L 0-3 UNLV L 1-2 Stanford (ot) L 2-3 *#7 Santa Clara L 0-1 *West Coast Conference game <Wisconsin Soccer Classic (Madison, WI) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) =Met Life Classic (San Diego, CA) >SCU Classic (Santa Clara, CA)

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1994 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 8-9-1 WCC Record: 2-3-1

$at Richmond W 3-1 $vs.#18 James Madison L 0-5 UC Santa Barbara W 1-0 Cal Poly L 0-1 California W 1-0 &Illinois State L 0-1 &Stanford W 3-1 ^at UNLV L 0-1 ^vs. San Diego State W 2-0 *Loyola Marymount W 2-0 *at Santa Clara L 2-3 *Portland (ot) T 1-1 at San Jose State L 2-3 at Washington L 0-2 *at Gonzaga W 1-0 at Sacramento State (ot) W 2-1 *at San Francisco L 1-4 *San Diego (ot) L 0-1 *West Coast Conference game $ Richmond Tournament (Richmond, VA) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) ^UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, NV) 1995 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 6-13 WCC Record: 1-5

Oregon State L 0-3 Colgate W 3-0 UC Santa Barbara L 0-2 at California L 1-3 Sacramento State W 5-1 at Stanford W 3-1 ?at UNC-Charlotte L 1-5 ?vs. Davidson L 1-2 at Cal Poly W 1-0 at #2 UCLA (2) L 0-4 &Richmond L 1-2 &#1 Virginia (ot) L 2-3 *at #14 Portland L 0-1 *at #18 San Diego L 2-4 *at Loyola Marymount (ot) L 1-2 *Gonzaga W 4-3 San Jose State (ot) W 3-1 *#10 Santa Clara (9) L 0-1 *San Francisco L 0-1 *West Coast Conference game ?UNC Charlotte Soccer Classic (Durham, NC) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA)

1996 Head Coach: Bob Martin Overall Record: 6-12-1 WCC Record: 1-5

California L ~at Connecticut L ~vs. Boston College W ^vs. Davidson (ot) L ^vs. Ohio State L &Vermont W &Texas Christian W at #8 Fresno State (ot) T San Jose State L *at Santa Clara L at Sacramento State W *Loyola Marymount W *at San Francisco L Cal Poly (ot) W at #4 Washington L *at Gonzaga L Stanford L *Portland L *San Diego L *West Coast Conference game ~UConn Invitational (Storrs, CT) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) ^UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, NV) 1997 Head Coach: Mark Talan Overall Record: 8-9-2 WCC Record: 2-4-0

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

CS Los Angeles (ot) T 2-2 at California (ot) T 1-1 $at Vermont L 1-3 $vs. New Hampshire L 1-2 Fresno State W 1-0 UC Irvine W 1-0 Wisconsin W 3-0 at San Jose State W 3-2 #7 Washington L 0-3 Sacramento State W 3-2 *at Portland L 2-4 *Gonzaga L 2-7 at #21 Stanford L 0-4 *San Francisco W 1-0 at UC Santa Barbara L 1-3 at Cal Poly W 1-0 *at San Diego L 0-2 *at Loyola Marymount L 0-1 *Santa Clara W 2-0 *West Coast Conference game $Vermont Invitational (Burlington, VT)

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Year-by-Year Results 1998 Head Coach: Mark Talan Overall Record: 6-14 WCC Record: 1-5

#2 Stanford L ^vs. Texas Christian W ^at UNLV L Cal Poly L Air Force W San Jose State (ot) L =vs. Denver W =vs. CS Northridge L at Sacramento State W *at Gonzaga (ot) L Notre Dame L &LMU W &Pennsylvania L *at San Francisco L #9 at UCLA (5) L *at Loyola Marymount W Fresno State L *Portland L *at #5 Santa Clara L *at #24 San Diego L *West Coast Conference game ^UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, NV) =Met Life Classic (San Diego, CA) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA) 1999 Head Coach: Mark Talan Overall Record: 8-10-1 WCC Record: 2-3-1

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

at #23 Stanford L 0-3 <vs. UW-Milwaukee L 0-1 <at Wisconsin L 1-5 \vs. Davidson W 1-0 \at Air Force L 0-6 Michigan State L 1-2 UC Santa Barbara L 1-3 &California L 0-2 &Notre Dame W 2-0 Sacramento State W 3-0 at Cal Poly W 2-1 UC Irvine (2ot) W 2-1 *at Portland (16) W 1-0 *#2 Santa Clara (19) (ot) T 1-1 CS Northridge (2ot) W 2-1 *Gonzaga W 2-0 *at Loyola Marymount L 0-5 *at #19 San Diego L 1-2 *San Francisco L 0-1 *West Coast Conference game <Wisconsin Soccer Classic (Madison, WI) \USAFA Classic (Colorado Springs, CO) &SMC Fall Soccer Classic (Moraga, CA)

2000 Head Coach: Mark Talan Overall Record: 6-13-0 WCC Record: 1-5

CS Northridge (ot) L 0-1 at UC Irvine L 0-2 ##Tulsa L 1-2 Air Force W 2-1 %at San Diego State W 1-0 %vs. Fresno State L 1-2 #6 Stanford L 0-5 Domincan College W 5-1 at #24 UCLA (14) L 2-3 at #14 San Jose State L 1-2 *Loyola Marymount L 1-2 at Sacramento State W 1-0 at Gonzaga L 1-2 UW-Milwaukee W 2-1 California L 0-1 *at San Francisco L 1-3 *at Santa Clara L 0-3 *Portland W 3-1 *#10 San Diego L 1-3 *West Coast Conference game ##UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) %USD Tournament (San Diego, CA) 2001 Head Coach: Steve Rammel Overall Record: 6-11-1 WCC Record: 1-5

Sacramento State (ot) W San Jose State L ^UW-Milwaukee L ^UW-Green Bay W UC Santa Barbara W Domincan College W UC Irvine (2ot) T Col. of Notre Dame W at #3 Stanford L at #19 Washington L *at #16 Portland L $at #15 UCLA L $vs. CS Fullerton L *at #22 San Diego L *at Loyola Marymount (ot) L *Santa Clara L *San Francisco W *Gonzaga L *West Coast Conference $UCLA Adidas Tourney(Los AngelesCA) ^UW-Milwaukee Invite (MilwaukeeWI)

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

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2002 Head Coach: Steve Rammel Overall Record: 4-13-3 WCC Record: 0-5-1

Fresno State (ot) T 2-2 at San Diego State W 4-3 at UC Santa Barbara L 0-6 at Cal Poly (ot) L 0-1 $at California L 0-4 $vs. #1 Stanford L 0-1 Sacramento State (ot) T 1-1 CS Monterey Bay W 3-1 !vs. Air Force L 0-4 !at Denver L 0-2 *at Gonzaga (ot) T 1-1 at Oregon State L 2-4 San Jose State L 1-2 UNLV W 2-1 *at San Francisco L 0-4 Dominican College W 2-1 *#11 Loyola Marymount L 1-2 *at Santa Clara L 1-4 *#20 Portland L 2-3 *#23 San Diego L 0-2 *West Coast Conference game $California Tournament (Berkeley, CA) !Denver Tournament (Denver, CO) 2003 Head Coach: Steve Rammel Overall Record: 8-11 WCC Record: 2-4

UC Riverside L 0-1 CS Northridge L 3-4 Denver W 3-2 at Sacramento State L 0-1 ^vs. Illinois-Chicago (ot) L 1-2 ^at Oregon State L 0-2 California L 1-2 &CS Monterey Bay W 3-1 &Fresno State W 2-1 Columbia W 2-0 $vs. #14 St. John's L 0-3 $at #11 Rutgers (2ot) W 2-1 *at Portland L 1-6 *at San Diego L 0-1 *at #14 Loyola Marymount (2ot) W 2-1 *San Francisco L 0-1 *#5 Santa Clara L 1-2 Hayward State W 4-0 *Gonzaga W 5-0 *West Coast Conference game ^Oregon State Tournamenet (Corvalis, OR) &Saint Mary's Tournament (Moraga, CA) $Rutgers Tournament (Piscataway, NJ)

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Year-by-Year Results 2004 Head Coach: Steve Rammel Overall Record: 5-10-5 WCC Record: 2-8-2

#at New Hampshire (2ot) T 0-0 #vs Vermont (2ot) T 0-0 UC Davis W 1-0 at Sacramento State (2ot) T 1-1 ^at #10 Washington L 0-1 ^vs UC Riverside L 2-4 San Diego St. W 2-1 *#4 Santa Clara L 0-1 *San Diego (2ot) T 0-0 *Loyola Marymount (2ot) T 0-0 *at Portland (2ot) L 1-2 *at Gonzaga L 1-2 *San Francisco L 1-2 *at San Francisco L 0-2 Hayward State W 1-0 *at #12 Santa Clara L 1-2 *at San Diego W 2-1 *at #24 Loyola Marymount (2ot) L 1-2 *Gonzaga W 2-0 *Portland L 1-3 *West Coast Conference game #New Hampshire Tournament (Durham,NH) ^Washington Tournamenet (Seattle, WA) 2005 Head Coach: Steve Rammel Overall Record: 9-9-1 WCC Record: 6-6-0

Sacramento State Oregon State at San Jose State Washington at Delaware (2ot) at Philadelphia at Bowling Green *San Francisco *at #8 Santa Clara (ot) *at Portland *at Gonzaga *San Diego *at San Diego *at Loyola Marymount *#4 Santa Clara *at San Francisco *Gonzaga (ot) *Portland (2ot) *Loyola Marymount *West Coast Conference game

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

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

2006 Head Coach: Adam Cooper Overall Record: 4-10-6 WCC Record: 2-7-3

^vs. Butler (2ot) T 1-1 ^at Wright State W 2-1 at San Jose State L 0-1 Cal Poly (ot) L 0-1 $Bowling Green (ot) T 1-1 $UC Riverside W 4-2 #at UNLV L 1-3 #vs. UC Irvine L 1-2 *#11 San Francisco W 1-0 *#10 San Diego W 4-2 *Loyola Marymount (2ot) T 1-1 *at Portland L 1-2 *at Gonzaga L 0-4 *at #17 Santa Clara (2ot) T 0-0 *#17 Santa Clara (ot) L 1-2 *at #12 San Francisco L 0-1 *at Loyola Marymount (2ot) L 1-2 *at San Diego L 0-4 *Gonzaga L 0-3 *Portland (2ot) T 1-1 ^Wright State Tournament (Dayton, OH) $Saint Mary's Tournament (Moraga, CA) #UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) *West Coast Conference game 2007 Head Coach: Adam Cooper Overall Record: 7-9-2 WCC Record: 3-7-2

$at Davidson W 2-0 $vs. Charlotte L 1-2 CSUB L 0-1 Wright State W 2-1 at Sacramento State W 1-0 San Jose State W 2-1 *Gonzaga L 0-1 *Portland (2ot) T 0-0 *#5 Santa Clara L 0-2 *at San Diego L 0-2 *at Loyola Marymount W 1-0 *at San Francisco W 1-0 *San Francisco L 1-2 *at Portland (ot) L 0-1 *at #29 Gonzaga (2ot) T 0-0 *at #3 Santa Clara L 1-4 *San Diego L 1-3 *Loyola Marymount W 2-1 $Davidson Tournament (Davidson, NC) *West Coast Conference game

2008 Head Coach: Adam Cooper Overall Record: 6-9-4 WCC Record: 5-4-3

$vs. UMBC L 2-4 $at. Navy W 4-2 #Houston Baptist L 0-1 #Irvine L 2-3 at Sacramento State L 0-1 & vs. Penn State (2ot) T 0-0 & vs. UNLV L 1-2 *San Diego L 0-1 *Loyola Marymount W 2-1 *at San Francisco W 3-1 *Santa Clara (2ot) T 1-1 *at Gonzaga (2ot) T 1-1 *at Portland L 0-3 *at Loyola Marymount L 0-1 *at San Diego W 2-0 *at Santa Clara (2ot) T 2-2 *San Francisco (2ot) L 0-1 *Portland (ot) W 3-2 *Gonzaga W 4-0 $Navy Tournament (Annapolis, MD) #Saint Mary's Tournament (Moraga, CA) &USF Tournament (San Francisco, CA) *West Coast Conference game 2009 Head Coach: Adam Cooper Overall Record: 10-5-5 WCC Record: 6-3-3

Sacramento State (2ot) T 1-1 &Alabama A&M W 1-0 &UC Riverside (ot) W 2-1 at CSU Bakersfield (2ot) T 1-1 at UC Irvine (2ot) W 2-1 at CSU Fullerton L 1-2 UCDavis W 2-1 *Gonzaga W 2-0 *Portland (2ot) T 1-1 *San Francisco (ot) W 1-0 *at San Diego L 0-2 *at Loyola Marymount W 1-0 *at Santa Clara W 1-0 *Santa Clara (ot) W 2-1 *at Portland W 1-0 *at Gonzaga L 0-5 *at San Francisco (2ot) T 1-1 *San Diego (2ot) T 0-0 *Loyola Marymount L 0-2 $ at Stanford L 0-3 &Saint Mary's Tournament (Moraga, CA) *West Coast Conferece game $NCAA Tournament (Palo Alto, CA)

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Media Information P r im ary Med i a Out­l ets Print Media Contra Costa Times Mike Lefkow, Sports Editor 2640 Shadelands Dr. Walnut Creek, CA 94598 Phone: (925) 943-8244 Fax: (925) 930-6150

Oakland Tribune Jon Becker, Editor 401 13th Street Oakland, CA 94612 Phone: (925) 416-4835 Fax: (925) 416-4874

San Francisco Chronicle Al Saracevic, Sports Editor 901 Mission Street #116 San Francisco, CA 94103 Phone: (415) 777-7201 Fax: (415) 543-3754

Electronic Media KGO-TV Larry Beil, Sports Director 900 Front Street San Francisco, CA 94111 Phone: (415) 954-7935 Fax: (415) 954-7935

KRON-TV Gary Radnich, Sports Director 1001 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco, CA 94111 Phone: (415) 561-8981 Fax: (415) 561-8136

KPIX-TV Dennis O'Donnell, Sports Director 855 Battery Street San Francisco, CA 94111 Phone: (415) 765-8682 Fax: (415) 765-8844

Associated Press (S.F.) Janie McCauley, Sports Editor 1390 Market Street/Suite 318 San Francisco, CA 94102 Phone: (415) 621-7432 Fax: (415) 552-9430

KTVU-TV Mark Ibanez, Sports Director No. 2 Jack London Square Oakland, CA 94607 Phone: (510) 874-0242 Fax: (510) 451-2610

The Collegian TBA, Sports Editor 1928 Saint Mary's Road Moraga, CA 94575 Phone: (925) 631-4279 Fax: (925) 631-4675

KNBR (680 AM) Lee Hammer, Sports Director 55 Hawthorne San Francisco, CA 94105 Phone: (415) 995-6833 Fax: (415) 995-6867

Men's Soccer Contact Mark Oshidari Associate Director for Media Re­lations Office Phone: (925) 631-8722 Cell Phone: (925) 247-4393 Fax Number: (925) 631-4405 E-mail: mko2@stmarys-ca.edu

Media Relations Staff Asst. AD/Media Relations: Rich Davi Office Phone: (925) 631-4402 E-mail: rdavi@stmarys-ca.edu Assistant Director: Matt Fontenot Office Phone: (925) 631-4950 E-mail: rmf3@stmarys-ca.edu Office Fax: (925) 631-4405 Website: www.SMCGaels.com

Credentials Season credentials will not be issued for either men's or women's soccer. Re­ quests for single game and pho­tog­ra­phy cre­den­tials can be ob­tained through the Me­dia Relations Office. Cre­den­tial re­quests must be made at least two working days before each game. Cre­ den­tials will be left at the en­trance to Saint Mary’s Sta­dium.

Media Information Interview requests All requests for interviews with head coach Adam, or any Saint Mary's players, should be directed through Mark Oshidari, 24 hours in advance. The best time for interviews with coach Cooper are best arranged through the Media Relations Office. Player interviews are best arranged early in the afternoon or after practice. Post-Game Interviews: Saint Mary's head coach Adam Cooper and players, along with the visiting head coach and players, will be available to the media following a 10-minute "cooling off" period. Saint Mary's Stadium: Saint Mary's home games are played at Saint Mary's Stadium. Saint Mary's Stadium is located on the Southeast corner of the SMC Campus.

Directions to Saint Mary's From San Francisco: Cross the Bay Bridge (Highway 80) and take Highway 580 to Highway 24 towards Walnut Creek/Concord. Once through the Caldecott Tunnel, use the Orinda/Moraga exit. From the exit, turn right onto Moraga Way and stay on that for five miles into the town of Moraga. Once in Moraga, turn left at Moraga Road and proceed to the next light, which is Saint Mary’s Road, and take a right. The campus is one mile on the right-hand side. From South Bay and San Jose: Take Highway 680 North to Highway 24 West towards Oakland. Use the Cen­tral Lafayette exit, circle under the freeway, and make a right turn on Mt. Diablo Blvd. Turn left at the first stoplight, Moraga Road, and then a left again at Saint Mary’s Road (the third stoplight). The campus is four and a half miles on the left-hand side. From Sacramento: Take Highway 80 West to 680 South to Highway 24 West towards Oakland. Use the Cen­tral Lafayette exit, circle under the freeway, and make a right turn on Mt. Diablo Blvd. Turn left at the first stoplight, Moraga Road, and then a left again at Saint Mary’s Road (the third stoplight). The campus is four and a half miles on the left-hand side.

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