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2010 SONOMA STATE MEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010 SSU Sports Information Weekly Release Tyler Lobe, Sports Information Director lobe@sonoma.edu • (707) 664-2478 www.sonomaseawolves.com

2010 Schedule and Results (8-5-1 overall, 6-5-1 ccaa) Date 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31

Opponent Time/Result at Fresno Pacific W, 4-2 DOMINICAN W, 3-2 CAL POLY POMONA* L, 3-5 #10 CSU SAN BERNARDINO* W, 3-1 CAL STATE EAST BAY* W, 2-0 UC SAN DIEGO* W, 3-0 at Cal State Stanislaus* L, 1-2 at #20 Chico State* L, 0-2 CSU MONTEREY BAY* W, 2-0 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* L, 0-1 #14 CHICO STATE* W, 2-1 CAL STATE STANISLAUS* W, 4-3 at Cal State L.A.* T, 1-1 (2 ot) at CSU Dominguez Hills* L, 0-3 at Humboldt State* 3:00 pm HUMBOLDT STATE* 2:00 pm at San Francisco State* 12:30 pm at CSU Monterey Bay* 3:00 pm

*CCAA match; home games in CAPS

CCAA Standings NORTH #21 Chico State Cal State Stanislaus SONOMA STATE San Francisco State Humboldt State CSU Monterey Bay

W-L-T* PTS 8-4-0 24 6-4-2 20 6-5-1 19 5-6-1 16 3-7-2 11 1-8-2 5

SOUTH W-L-T* PTS #13 CSU Dominguez Hills 8-2-2 26 #6 CSU San Bernardino 8-3-1 25 UC San Diego 6-3-3 21 Cal State L.A. 6-5-1 19 Cal Poly Pomona 5-6-1 16 Cal State East Bay 1-9-2 5

ON THE PITCH THIS WEEK...

*CCAA record; ^Overall record

humboldt state LUMBERJACKS 3-8-3 overall, 3-7-2 ccaa Friday, Oct. 22 • 3:00 pm HSU Soccer Field at Arcata, Calif.

Sunday, Oct. 24 • 2:00 pm Seawolf Soccer Field at Rohnert Park, Calif.

This weekend features a home-and-home series with travel partner Humboldt State. Both matches will be tabbed as Senior Day for the two squads, as the Lumberjacks will recognize their graduating seniors on Friday at Arcata and the Seawolves will recognize their graduating seniors on Sunday at Rohnert Park. Friday will also mark the opening of the brand new Humboldt State Soccer Field and Facility, which broke ground in the fall of 2008. Humboldt State comes into this weekend with just three wins, including a 1-0 triumph over Cal State L.A. on Sunday. The Lumberjacks have been outscored 20-10 this season. Half of HSU’s goals have come off the foot of Josh Suggs, who is second in the conference in attempted shots with 62. Goalkeeper Kyle Verle has logged the majority of minutes between the posts, making 55 saves and allowing just 17 goals. The Seawolves hold a 20-3-5 record over the Lumberjacks in the Ziemer era and haven’t lost to HSU since 1996 -- a string of 16 matches. The two teams tied both matches last season.

Seawolves Fall To Third in North Division After Tough Weekend Down 1-0 with under a minute to play at Cal State L.A. on Friday, junior Cam Vickers took matters into his own hands and banged a shot off the post and into the net with 17 seconds remaining, knotting the match at one apiece and forcing overtime. Neither the Seawolves of Golden Eagles W-L-T^ could convert in the extra periods, ending the match in a tie and a point for both teams. On Sun10-4-0 day, Cal State Dominguez Hills continued their eight-match unbeaten streak over Sonoma State, 7-4-3 8-5-1 holding the high-powered SSU offense to just six shots and winning 3-0. 7-6-1 3-8-3 1-10-2

W-L-T^ 10-2-2 10-3-1 6-4-4 7-5-1 7-6-1 2-12-2

With Four Matches To Play... ...the Seawolves (19 points -- 6-5-1) sit five points behind North Division leader Chico State (24 points -- 8-4-0) and just one point behind Cal State Stanislaus (20 points -- 6-4-2). The top four teams in the conference will earn a spot to compete in the CCAA Tournament on Nov. 5-7 at Warrior Stadium in Turlock. The winners of each division will earn an automatic bid into the tournament, leaving two at-large bids for the top two remaining conference teams. Senior Sunday Four student-athletes will be recognized on Sunday for the annual Senior Day game. Juan Sosa, Brandon Dela Cruz, Ryan Hall and David Holleran will be honored in a pre-game ceremony for their efforts on and off the field in their careers at Sonoma State and will be playing in their final collegiate home game. And The Assist Goes To... Junior Cam Vickers has a conference-leading eight assists on the season. Vickers assisted on all three goals scored by the Seawolves in the 5-3 loss to Cal Poly Pomona on Sept. 10, moving him past Andrew Bailey and in to fifth place on the all-time list. Vickers has 27 career assists. The alltime record of 33 assists is held by former Seawolf Eric Lafon.

Lighting Up The Scoreboard In just the first six matches of the season, Sonoma State scored 18 goals. The Seawolves have cooled off a bit. SSU is second in the conference with 28 goals on the season, one goal behind Cal Cam Vickers scored with 17 seconds left in State Dominguez Hills. Fourteen of the Seawolves’ 28 goals have been scored by just two players regulation on Friday, giving the Seawolves -- junior Trevor Hurst with eight and freshman Taylor Varnadore with six. Eleven players have a huge point with a 1-1 tie at Cal State L.A. recorded at least one goal and the Seawolves are outscoring their opponents 28-23.

Sonoma State Men’s Soccer Weekly Release Live Stats are available for all Sonoma StateOctober men’s soccer 19, 2010 home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE MEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

2010 Sonoma State Men’s Soccer Roster

Head Coach Marcus Ziemer The 2010 season will mark Marcus Ziemer’s 20th as head coach of the men’s soccer team at Sonoma State University.

# 1 2 3 A two-time all-conference 4 performer for Sonoma State in 5 the 1980’s, Ziemer has compiled a 258-112-39 record over the past 6 19 years. Though his squads have 7 had success year in and year out 8 (just one sub .500 season since 1991), the Seawolves 9 of the last four seasons have taken winning to a whole 10 different level. Since 2006, Ziemer has led the Seawolves 11 to a 48-6-6 record in CCAA play. Overall, the Seawolves are 65-16-12 over the last four seasons, with three NCAA 12 13 Tournament appearances and a NCAA West Region 14 Championship in 2007. 15 Since coming to Sonoma State, Ziemer has been named 17 his conference’s coach of the year six times, the last 18 coming in 2007. He is also a two-time regional coach of 19 the year and in 2002, he was named national coach of the year in 2002 after leading the Seawolves to their first 20 21 national championship. 22 Ziemer began his coaching career in 1989, assisting head 23 coach Peter Reynaud with the SSU men’s squad. In 1991, 24 after Reynaud left to concentrate on the women’s team, Ziemer was promoted to head coach and results came immediately. Ziemer led his squad to the NCAA championship game and he was named Northern California Athletic Conference Coach of the Year for his efforts. Under Ziemer, the Sonoma State men’s soccer team has won six conference titles and has a record of 190-60-20 in conference play. In 1988, Ziemer spent three weeks in England earning an English Football International Preliminary Badge. He earned his USSF “A” license the following year. A fixture in local soccer circles, Ziemer and his three brothers (Andrew, Benjamin, Christopher -- all former SSU players) have run the Ziemer Brothers Soccer Camps for over 20 years, educating thousands of youth soccer players.

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 *2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Career Record

Rec 18-4-2 11-7-2 17-3-2 10-6-3 14-5-1 13-5-2 12-7-1 8-9-2 10-8-2 15-6-3 12-7-1 20-4-0 9-9-2 12-7-2 12-9-2 14-6-1 19-3-3 18-2-4 14-5-4 8-5-1

Conf 12-1-1 10-3-1 11-1-2 8-4-2 13-1-0 10-3-1 12-2-0 7-7-0 7-6-1 9-4-1 9-4-1 11-3-0 6-6-2 8-5-1 9-4-1 13-2-1 14-0-0 11-1-2 10-3-3 6-5-1

Finish 1st 2nd 1st t-2nd 1st 1st 1st t-2nd(n) 3rd(n) 1st(n) t-1st(n) 1st(n) 3rd(n) 1st(n) 1st(n) 1st(n) 1st(n) 1st(n) 1st(n) -

Career Overall: 266-117-40 Career Conference: 196-65-21 *National Championship

RS RS RS RS RS RS RS RS

Name Pos Ht Juan Sosa GK 5-9 Brandon Dela Cruz F 6-0 Nick George D 5-10 Ryan Hall D 5-11 Frank Becerril D 5-6 Trevor Tennant D 5-10 Cam Vickers F 5-7 Ebby Lombardi D 5-7 Trevor Hurst F 5-7 David Holleran MF 6-2 Ricardo Sandoval D 5-11 Kasey Addiego D 5-9 Nico Spann MF 5-9 Kyle Honaker D 6-2 Erick Delgado F 5-3 Kelly Davila MF 5-11 Brian Angel D 5-8 Jomed Tejan F/MF 5-8 Taylor Varnadore D/F 6-3 Justin Ferreira MF/D 6-1 Aaron Glover MF 6-0 Ryan Smitchger GK 6-3 Andrew Ball GK 6-4

Wt 180 160 150 145 140 160 140 155 145 185 170 150 145 170 120 175 150 150 185 173 160 195 210

Yr Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. So. So.

Hometown Santa Rosa Mission Viejo Terra Linda Trabuco Canyon Sonoma El Dorado Hills Lake Tapps, Wash. Encinitas Santa Rosa Novato Canby, Ore. San Ramon Santa Rosa Torrance Santa Rosa Long Beach San Diego

Sean Callahan Brian Clementino Ben Hubbard Taylor Jones Victor Sosa Cory Taufer Sean Taufer Thomas Yeandle

140 160 135 180 130 173 175 190

Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

San Diego Sonoma Westlake Village Novato Santa Rosa Clovis Clovis Orange

MF D F F F MF GK GK

5-8 5-11 5-6 6-0 5-7 5-9 6-2 6-5

Last School Club Team Elsie Allen HS Santa Rosa United Mission Viejo HS Mission Viejo Pateadores Terra Linda HS Sonoma Co. Alliance Mission Viejo HS Irvine Strikers Sonoma Valley HS Sonoma United Oak Ridge HS San Juan Lightning Auburn Riverside HS Crossfire Premiere San Dieguito Academy La Jolla Nomads Santa Rosa JC Santa Rosa United San Marin HS Sonoma Co. Alliance Canby HS Lake Oswego California HS Sonoma Co. Sol Montgomery HS Santa Rosa United South Torrance HS Surf Academy Roseland HS Laguna Mater Dei HS Slammers FC Point Loma HS Albion SC Rancho Santa Margarita Mission Viejo HS Pateadores Academy Sebastopol Analy HS Santa Rosa United Santa Rosa Santa Rosa JC Sonoma Co. Sol Ventura Saint Bonaventure HS FC Barcelona Boise, Idaho Timberline HS Boise Nationals Modesto Beyer HS Modesto Ajax San Diego Jewish Academy

Sonoma Valley HS Westlake HS San Marin HS Elsie Allen HS Buchanan HS Buchanan HS Lutheran HS

Albion SC Santa Rosa United Real SoCal Sonoma Co. Alliance

Sonoma Co. Sol Cal Odyssey Cal Odyssey Slammers FC

Head Coach: Marcus Ziemer (Sonoma State, 1988; 20th season) Assistant Coaches: Shawn Percell, Benjamin Ziemer, Tim Maycock, Ben Langwith, Andrew Jones, Neil Turnbull

The Last Time... ...the Seawolves lost two consecutive regular season road matches was back on Aug. 24-26, 2006 at Simon Frasier (0-1) and at Seattle University (0-3). The last time the Seawolves lost two consecutive CCAA road matches dates back to Sept. 12-15, 2000 when Sonoma State lost at Chico State (1-2) and at Grand Canyon (0-1). Hurst is Second Seawolf to be named Player of the Week - Oct. 4-10 After scoring two game-winning goals to knock off North Division leader Chico State and second place Cal State Stanislaus two weekend’s ago, Sonoma State junior forward Trevor Hurst was named the Wilson/CCAA Men’s Soccer Player of the Week. Hurst, a junior from nearby Santa Rosa and Piner High School, turned in a pair of solid performances, scoring the decisive goal in a 2-1 victory over the 14th-ranked Wildcats on Oct. 8. In the 4-3 shootout victory over the Warriors on Oct. 10, Hurst again netted the game-winner with 15 minutes remaining in regulation. It capped off a sensational Sunday for Hurst, who collected two assists as well. Freshman Phenom Earns CCAA Player of the Week Award - Sept. 6-12 Taylor Varnadore, a freshman and local product from Sebastopol and Analy HS, totaled eight points (four goals) while helping the Seawolves to a CCAA-opening split against Cal Poly Pomona and No. 10 Cal State San Bernardino. The 17-year old true freshman scored a pair of goals in a 5-3 loss to the Broncos on Friday (9/10) and followed up that performance with two scores in a 3-1 victory over the Coyotes on Sunday (9/12). He becomes the first men’s soccer player to earn the weekly award since former Seawolf Eric Lafon did so during the week of Oct. 27-Nov. 2, 2008 and is also the first freshman to grab the award since 2005.

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State men’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE MEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

CCAA Player of the Week Wk1- Obi Agwu (CSUSB) Wk2- Taylor Varnadore (SSU) Wk3- Taylor Rivas (CSULA) Wk4- Jesse Brennan (UCSD) Wk5- Obi Agwu (CSUSB) Wk6- Trevor Hurst (SSU) Wk7-Jared Kukura (UCSD)

Non-Conference Success Since the start of the 2008 season, Sonoma State has a 12-1-1 record against non-conference opponents, outscoring them 38-13 in those 14 matches. The only loss came at the mercy of Notre Dame de Namur on Sept. 12, 2008 in a 2-1 match in Belmont. The last time the Seawolves lost a non-conference match at home was back on Aug. 26, 2007 in a 2-1 loss to Seattle University. Seawolves Look to Defend North Division Title Winners of the North Division for the past six seasons, the Sonoma State men’s soccer team will look to defend its title again in 2010. Armed with seven returning starters, countless other key returners and a talented group of newcomers, the Seawolves are primed and ready for a run at the North Division and the CCAA title in November. Sonoma State Athletics on Facebook and Twitter...and blogspot! Do you have Facebook or Twitter? Follow the Seawolves on both social networking sites by searching for the official Facebook site @Sonoma State Seawolves and the official Twitter page @sonomaseawolves. The athletic department has also launched a new blog with new posts by studentathletes and department staff. Just go to http://sonomaseawolves.blogspot.com. Be sure to check it out!

This Week in the CCAA @Sonoma State Seawolves

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 Cal State Dominguez Hills at Cal State L.A., 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 Cal State East Bay at Cal State San Bernardino, 3 p.m. Sonoma State at Humboldt State, 3 p.m. Cal State Monterey Bay at Cal State Stanislaus, 4:30 p.m. UC San Diego at Cal Poly Pomona, 4:30 p.m. San Francisco State at Chico State, 7 p.m.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 Cal State L.A. at Cal State Dominguez Hills, 4:30 p.m. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24

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Cal State Monterey Bay at Chico State, 11:30 a.m. Cal State East Bay at Cal Poly Pomona, 11:30 a.m. Humboldt State at Sonoma State, 2 p.m. San Francisco State at Cal State Stanislaus, 2 p.m. UC San Diego at Cal State San Bernardino, 3 p.m.

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State men’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE MEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

QUICK KICKS

Sunday __________________3-3-0 Monday _________________0-0-0 Tuesday _________________1-0-0 Wednesday _______________0-0-0 Thursday _________________0-0-0 Friday ___________________3-2-1 Saturday _________________1-0-0 August __________________0-0-0 September _______________5-3-0 October _________________3-2-1 November _______________0-0-0 Home ___________________7-2-0 Road ____________________1-3-1 Neutral __________________0-0-0 Scoring First______________ 5-1-0 Opponent Scoring First _____3-3-1 Leading at the Half ________6-0-0 Tied at the Half ___________0-2-0 Trailing at the Half _________2-3-1 Overtime ________________0-0-0 Double Overtime __________0-0-1 Shutouts _________________3-3-0 Outshooting Opponents ____8-2-1 Opp. Outshooting SSU _____0-3-0 Shots are Even ____________0-0-0 Games decided by... One-goal ________________3-2-0 Two-goals _______________4-2-0 Three-goals ______________1-1-0 Four or higher ____________0-0-0 RECORDS vs. 2010 OPPONENTS UNDER MARCUS ZIEMER Fresno Pacific _____________2-0-0 Dominican _______________1-0-0 Cal Poly Pomona __________8-6-1 Cal State San Bernardino ___15-0-1 Cal State East Bay _________13-2-1 UC San Diego ____________11-1-1 Cal State Stanislaus _______27-5-3 Chico State _____________25-12-2 Cal State Monterey Bay _____9-3-1 San Francisco State _______27-8-4 Cal State L.A. ____________12-6-3 Cal State Dominguez Hills __6-16-2 Humboldt State __________20-3-5

GOALS

Opponent

Date

Total

ASSISTS

Opponent

Date

Total

Taylor Varnadore Taylor Varnadore Trevor Hurst

Cam Vickers Trevor Hurst

Cal State San Bernardino Cal Poly Pomona at Fresno Pacific

Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Stanislaus

9/12 9/10 9/4

9/10 10/10

2 2 2

3 2

POINTS

Opponent

Date

Total

SHOTS

Opponent

Date

Total

SAVES

Opponent

Date

Total

Trevor Hurst Taylor Varnadore Taylor Varnadore Trevor Hurst

Taylor Varnadore Trevor Hurst Taylor Varnadore Taylor Varnadore Trevor Hurst

Cal State Stanislaus Cal State San Bernardino Cal Poly Pomona at Fresno Pacific

Cal State East Bay at Cal State L.A. Cal State Monterey Bay Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona

10/10 9/12 9/10 9/4

9/17 10/15 10/1 9/10 9/12

Juan Sosa at Cal State Dominguez Hills 10/17 Juan Sosa Cal State San Bernardino 9/12 Juan Sosa at Cal State L.A. 10/15

RANKING SUMMARY

Pre-season Week one Week two Week three Week four Week five Week six Week seven Week eight Week nine Week ten Week eleven

NSCAA/Adidas National Poll 22nd 25th not ranked 23rd not ranked not ranked not ranked not ranked

NSCAA/Adidas Regional Poll - 4th 5th 4th 8th 10th 6th 6th

NCAA Regional Poll not ranked not ranked

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State men’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com

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8 6 6 5 5 5 4 4


2010 SONOMA STATE MEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

Upcoming Schedule/Match Results

NSCAA National Rankings 1. Colorado Mines 2. Midwestern State (Texas) 3. Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 4. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 5. Northern Kentucky 6. Cal State San Bernardino 7. Rollins (Fla.) 8. Clayton State (Ga.) 9. Southern New Hampshire 10. Regis (Colo.) 11. Montevallo (Ala.) 12. Gannon (Pa.) 13. Cal State Dominguez Hills 14. Truman State (Mo.) 15. Tampa (Fla.) 16. Ashland (Ohio) 17. Mars Hill (N.C.) 18. Slippery Rock (Pa.) 19. Incarnate Word (Texas) 20. Dowling (N.Y.) 21. Chico State 22. Ohio Dominican 23. Charleston (W.Va.) 24. Metro State 25. Barry (Fla.)

NSCAA West Regional Rankings 1. Cal State San Bernardino 2. Cal State Dominguez Hills 3. Chico State 4. Grand Canyon 5. Notre Dame de Namur 6. SONOMA STATE 7. UC San Diego 8. Cal State Stanislaus 9. Cal Poly Pomona 10. Seattle Pacific NCAA West Regional Rankings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Cal State San Bernardino Chico State Grand Canyon Cal State Dominguez Hills Notre Dame de Namur UC San Diego

Date Opponent 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29 10/31

W T L Score Att. SSU Goals

at Fresno Pacific W DOMINICAN W CAL POLY POMONA* L #10 CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO* W CAL STATE EAST BAY* W UC SAN DIEGO* W at Cal State Stanislaus* L at #20 Chico State* L CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* W SAN FRANCISCO STATE* L #14 CHICO STATE* W CAL STATE STANISLAUS* W at Cal State L.A.* T at Cal State Dominguez Hills* L at Humboldt State* HUMBOLDT STATE* at San Francisco State* at Cal State Monterey Bay*

4-2 150 3-2 210 3-5 187 3-1 265 2-0 312 3-0 226 1-2 823 0-2 329 2-0 432 0-1 736 2-1 664 4-3 204 1-1 (2 ot) 305 0-3 171 3:00 pm 2:00 pm 12:30 pm 3:00 pm

Hurst (2), Hall, Angel Hall, Hurst, Holleran Varnadore (2), Hurst Varnadore (2), Lombardi Varnadore, Hurst Davila, Lombardi, Spann Vickers -Varnadore, Hurst -Spann, Hurst

Lombardi, Glover, Delgado, Hurst

Vickers --

2010 Statistics Name

HURST, Trevor VARNADORE, Taylor VICKERS, Cam LOMBARDI, Ebby SPANN, Nico HALL, Ryan HOLLERAN, David DAVILA, Kelly DELGADO, Erick GLOVER, Aaron ANGEL, Brian FERREIRA, Justin TEJAN, Jomed DELA CRUZ, Brandon HONAKER, Kyle SANDOVAL, Ricardo GEORGE, Nick ADDIEGO, Kasey TENNANT, Trevor BECERRIL, Frank

GP-GS

G A Pts.

14 14

28 24 80 23 20 66

14-13 14-13 14-12 14-13 13-8 14-14 14-14 13-4 14-3 14-1 12-7 13-6 14-13 8-2 10-8 7-0 3-0 8-0 12-9 5-0

Total Opponents

Name

SOSA, Juan Total Opponents

GP-GS 14-14 14 14

8 6 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min

1280:00

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

20 15 12 9 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GA Avg. 23

1.62

1280:00 23 1280:00 28

1.62 1.97

Shots Shot%

GW

PK-Att.

.121 .172

8 5

2-2 0-0

34 43 19 12 18 8 13 16 14 13 4 11 18 4 2 1 1 0 0 0

.235 .140 .105 .250 .111 .250 .077 .062 .071 .077 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

231 134

Sv

2 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 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

33

.589

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

33 66

.589 .702

8-5-1 5-8-1

3 3

8-5-1

3

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State men’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE MEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

#1 Juan Sosa GK • Jr. Santa Rosa, CA

#7 Cam Vickers F • Jr. Lake Tapps, WA

#13 Nico Spann MF • R-Fr. Santa Rosa, CA

#2 Brandon Dela Cruz

#3 Nick George D • So. Terra Linda, CA

F • Sr. Mission Viejo, CA

#8 Ebby Lombardi D • Jr. Encinitas, CA

#14 Kyle Honaker D • R-Fr. Torrance, CA

#20 Taylor Varnadore

D/F • Fr. Sebastopol, CA

#9 Trevor Hurst F • Jr. Santa Rosa, CA

#15 Erick Delgado F • So. Santa Rosa, CA

#21 Justin Ferreira MF/D • Jr. Santa Rosa, CA

#4 Ryan Hall D • Sr. Trabuco Canyon, CA

#10 David Holleran MF • Sr. Novato, CA

#17 Kelly Davila MF • R-Fr. Long Beach, CA

#22 Aaron Glover MF • R-Fr. Ventura, CA

#5 Frank Becerril D • So. Sonoma, CA

#11 Ricardo Sandoval

D • So. Canby, OR

#18 Brian Angel D • So. San Diego, CA

#23 Ryan Smitchger GK • So. Boise, ID

STATISTICAL LEADERS (through Monday, 10/18) #6 Trevor Tennant D • R-Fr. El Dorado Hills, CA

#12 Kasey Addiego D • Fr. San Ramon, CA

#19 Jomed Tejan F/MF • So. Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

#24 Andrew Ball GK • So. Modesto, CA

SSU QUICK FACTS

DEPARTMENT STAFF DIRECTORY

School Name Sonoma State University Founded 1960 Enrollment 7,050 Colors Navy (PMS 286), Columbia Blue (PMS 278), White Nickname Seawolves Mascot Lobo the Seawolf Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference California Collegiate Athletic Association President Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics Bill Fusco Home Facility Seawolf Soccer Field Playing Surface/Capacity Natural Grass/1,200

Director of Athletics Bill Fusco Associate Athletic Director - Comm. & Mktg. Brandon Bronzan Associate Athletic Director - S-A Services/SWA Yvonne Burbank Associate Athletic Director - Business Operations Mike Ogg Assistant Athletic Director - Event Mgmt. Megan Christensen Administrative Analyst Nancy Crosat Sports Information Director Tyler Lobe Compliance Coordinator Michael Balasek Equipment Manager Willie Lee Administrative Assistant Erin Rock Head Athletic Trainer Bo Owens Assistant Athletic Trainers Julie Miller, Andrew Simpkins

GOALS Obi Agwu (CSUSB)_ _________________ 11 Ferid Celosmanovic (CSUC)___________ 11 TREVOR HURST (SSU)________________ 8 Luis Gonzalez (CPP)_ _________________ 7 Three tied with______________________ 6 ASSISTS CAM VICKERS (SSU)_ ________________ Luis Gonzalez (CPP) __________________ Andre Turoldo (CSUDH)_______________ Victor Regalado (CSUS)_ ______________ Nate Austin (CSUDH)_ ________________

8 6 6 6 6

POINTS Obi Agwu (CSUSB)_ _________________ Ferid Celosmanovic (CSUC)___________ Luis Gonzalez (CPP)_ ________________ TREVOR HURST (SSU)_______________ Andre Turaldo (CSUDH)_ _____________

25 23 20 20 18

SHOTS Ferid Celosmanovic (CSUC)___________ Jose Suggs (HSU)_ __________________ Obi Agwu (CSUSB)_ _________________ Greg Piechota (CSUDH)_ _____________ TAYLOR VARNADORE (SSU)__________

63 62 57 45 43

GW GOALS Obi Agwu (CSUSB)_ __________________ 5 Ferid Celosmanovic (CSUC) ____________ 4 Anthony Salcedo (CPP)_______________ 3 Ten tied with________________________ 2 ____________________________________ SAVE PERCENTAGE Thaddeus Caraway (CSULA)__________ .906 Tanner Olinger (CSUSB)_____________ .883 Bryce Bookhamer (CSUEB)___________ .831 Jesse Brennan (UCSD)_ _____________ 800 Markus Dickerson (CSUDH)__________ .800 SHUTOUTS Tanner Olinger (CSUSB)_______________ Jesse Brennan (UCSD)_ _______________ Markus Dickerson (CSUDH)____________ James Irwin (CSULA)__________________ Javier Rosales (CSUS)_ ________________

8 6 6 5 5

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Thaddeus Caraway (CSULA)__________ 0.57 Tanner Olinger (CSUSB)_____________ 0.62 Markus Dickerson (CSUDH)__________ 0.72 Jesse Brennan (UCSD)_ _____________ 0.79 Sam Evans (CSUC)_________________ 0.93

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State men’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com

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