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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Table of Contents General Information Table of Contents ................................1 Quick Facts ............................................1 Athletic Directory ..............................2 The Coaches Adrian Bush ..........................................3 Maurice Loregnard............................4 Eric Sims ................................................5 Steve Wolf ..............................................5 2009 Team Info Roster ......................................................6 TV/Radio Roster ................................7 Outlook....................................................8 Returning Players Daniel Bergstrand ......................9­10 Mike Bethel ................................11­12 Francisco Colon ........................13­14 Hamza El Haouati ....................15­16 Zach Fraser ................................17­18 Clete Goddard..............................19­20 Ryan Griffin ................................21­22 Andrej Gulan ..............................23­24 Dan Ingvarsson ........................25­26 Matt Karn ....................................27­28 Pascal Milien ..............................29­30 Jordan Moses..............................31­32 Chris O’Brien ..............................33­34 Greg Sasser..................................35­36 Karl Swan ....................................37­38 Ryan Thompson........................39­40 Lister Warren ............................41­42 Kyle Williams..............................43­44 Newcomers Juan Pablo Bejarano ......................45 Kim Bredde ........................................45 Miles Callahan ..................................46 Matt Davis ..........................................46 Brian Fekete ......................................47 Austin Fetzer......................................47 Dominic Goncalves ........................48 Joey Gratt ............................................48 Daniel Josepher................................49 Tim Maline..........................................49 Matt Noble ..........................................50 Diego Pestana....................................50 John Reddick ......................................51 2008 Review Schedule/Results..............................52 Individual Statistics..........................53 Team Statistics ..................................54 Honors and Awards........................54

Tampa Soccer History Yearly Results....................................55 Coaching History ............................55 NCAA Tourney History ..........56­57 SSC Tourney History ......................58 Spartans in the Rankings ............59 Remembering a Legend................60 Individual Season Records....61­63 Individual Career Records ....64­65 Individual Game Records ..............66 Hat Tricks ..........................................67 Team Game Records ......................68 Year­by­Year Leaders..............69­70 Team Season Records ............71­72 Honors and Awards ................73­74 Sunshine State Conference Conference Information ..............75 2008 SSC Awards ............................75 2008 Final SSC Standings ............75 2009 Preseason SSC Poll..............75 The Opponents Opponent Information ..........76­77 All­Time Series Records ................78 Year­by­Year Results ..............79­84 All­Time Roster Men’s Soccer Alumni ..............85­86 Historical Feats National Champions ......................87 The University of Tampa National Championships ......88­89 UT Athletic Hall of Fame ..............90 SSC Hall of Fame ..............................91 Academic All­Americans ..............92 All­Americans ............................93­94 University Overview................95­96 SAAC......................................................97 Athletic Facilities ..............................98 The Administration President Ronald Vaughn ............99 Athletic Director Larry Marfise100 History of UT Nickname & Colors ......................101 From the Beginning ....................101 The Media Newspapers ....................................102 Television ........................................102 Radio ..................................................102

UT Men’s Soccer Quick Facts Founded..............................................................................1931 Enrollment ......................................................................6,200 Address ......401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606 Nickname ..................................................................Spartans School Colors ......................................Red, Black and Gold National Affiliation ..................................................NCAA II Conference ....................................................Sunshine State Stadium............................................Pepin Stadium (1,500) 2008 Record ................................................................18­4­1 2008 SSC Record ..............................................................6­2 2008 SSC Finish ........................................................Second Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................................19/7 Starters Returning/Lost..................................................9/2

The Administration President ..........................................Dr. Ronald L. Vaughn Athletic Director............................................Larry Marfise Associate Athletic Director/Marketing ........Gil Swalls Assistant Athletic Director/SWA ..........Cher Pittenger Facility Director ..........................................Jerome Fulton Faculty Representative ............................Dr. Eric Vlahov

The Coaching Staff Head Coach ........................................................Adrian Bush Alma Mater ......................................................Tampa, 1995 Office Phone ..............................................(813) 257­3407 E­mail ..............................................................abush@ut.edu Career Record ................................46­25­6 (four years) Tampa Record ................................................................same Assistant Coaches ............................Maurice Loregnard, ..............................................................Eric Sims, Steve Wolf Assistant Coach Office Phone ............(813) 257­3184

Sports Information Director ..................................................................Tom Kolbe Alma Mater ......................................................Tampa, 2001 Office Phone ..............................................(813) 257­3473 Fax ................................................................(813) 253­6288 E­mail ..............................................................tkolbe@ut.edu Men’s Soccer SID..................................................Carli Todd Office Phone ..............................................(813) 253­6241 Sports Information Fax ........................(813) 253­6288 Web site ....................................www.tampaspartans.com

Credits The University of Tampa 2009 men’s soccer media guide was written by Tom Kolbe, Ryan Portilla and Taylor Flatt. Editorial assistance by Adrian Martinez and Carli Todd. Photography by Andy Meng (Stageshot Photography). Graphics, layout and design by Tom Kolbe, Taylor Flatt and Carli Todd. Front cover designed by Carli Todd.

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UT Athletic Department Athletic Department Phone Number: (813) 253­6240 Athletic Department Fax: (813) 253­6288 Department E­Mail: first initial last name@ut.edu Ashley Arcuri, Promotions Coordinator ......................................257­1733 Ed Brennan, Head Swimming Coach ............................................259­1328 Scott Brickett, Head Athletic Trainer ............................................257­3264 Adrian Bush, Head Men’s Soccer Coach........................................257­3407 Chris Catanach, Head Volleyball Coach ........................................257­3406 Rick Christie, Head Golf Coach..........................................................257­3498 Jaci Davis, Assistant Softball Coach ................................................257­3481 DeCarlo Deveaux, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach ..............257­3781 Hope Donnelly, Head Cheerleading Coach ..................................257­1733 Al DuFaux, Head Tennis Coach ........................................................257­3076 Bill Dunlap, Head Crew Coach ..........................................................258­4166 Taylor Flatt, Assistant Sports Information Director ................257­3444 Jerome Fulton, Facilities Director....................................................257­3482 Ryan Gober, Assistant Swimming Coach ......................................257­3419 Nikki Jessee, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ................257­3645 Tom Jessee, Head Women’s Basketball Coach ..........................257­3490 Mark Johnson, Assistant Baseball Coach/Head JV Coach ....257­3673 Leslie Kanter, Head Softball Coach..................................................257­3481 Jamie Kennedy, Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................253­6264 Phyllis Kessel, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ..............257­3645 Jim Kiner, Assistant Swimming Coach ..........................................257­3419 Tom Kolbe, Sports Information Director......................................257­3473 Jeff Lamm, Associate Head Volleyball Coach ..............................257­3190 Maurice Loregnard, Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach..................257­3184 Gerry Lucey, Head Women’s Soccer Coach ................................257­3188 Frank Maldonado, Assistant Baseball Coach ..............................257­3673 Larry Marfise, Athletic Director ......................................................257­3307 Scott McNulty, Assistant Baseball Coach ......................................257­3673 Sam Militello, Associate Head Baseball Coach............................257­3673 Erin Morse, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach ..........................257­3184 Phil Murray, Assistant Swimming Coach......................................257­3419 Cher Pittenger, Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance ........257­3000 Denise Rubio, Assistant Softball Coach ........................................257­3481 Eric Sims, Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach......................................257­3184 Jarrett Slaven, Head Cross Country Coach ..................................257­3644 Richard Schmidt, Head Men’s Basketball Coach ......................257­3440 Gil Swalls, Associate Athletic Director............................................257­1733 Don Tobin, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach ............................257­3184 Stephanie Tucker, Athletic Training Intern ..................................253­6264 Joe Urso, Head Baseball Coach ........................................................257­3488 Dror Vaknin, Assistant Cross Country Coach..............................257­3644 Heather VanOpdorp, Assistant Athletic Trainer ........................253­6264 Steve Wolf, Assisant Men’s Soccer Coach ....................................257­3184 Melissa Wright, Business Manager ................................................257­3100

The University of Tampa fields 16 men's and women's varsity sports which compete at the NCAA Division II level. UT is a member of the nine­school Sunshine State Conference, con­ sidered the "Conference of National Champions." Spartan teams are among those national champions, having won NCAA II titles in men's soccer (1981, 1994 & 2001), baseball (1992, 1993, 1998, 2006 & 2007), golf (1987 & 1988), volley­ ball (2006) and women’s soccer (2007). Student/athletes are given opportunities to excel both athletically and academical­ ly. The University of Tampa is the home of numerous All­ Americans, all­region and all­conference players each year and is among the top schools in the SSC numbering student/athletes who are named to the Commissioner's Honor Roll. Whether you are a participant or spectator, The University of Tampa Spartans offer an exciting brand of inter­ collegiate athletics.

Larry Marfise Athletic Director

Gil Swalls Associate AD/Marketing

Cher Pittenger Assistant AD/ Compliance/SWA

Tom Kolbe Sports Information

Jerome Fulton Facilities

Ed Brennan Swimming

Scott Brickett Athletic Training

Adrian Bush Men’s Soccer

Chris Catanach Volleyball

Rick Christie Golf

Hope Donnelly Cheerleading

Al DuFaux Tennis

Bill Dunlap Crew

Tom Jessee Women’s Basketball

Gerry Lucey Women’s Soccer

Leslie Kanter Softball

Jarrett Slaven Cross Country

Richard Schmidt Men’s Basketball

Joe Urso Baseball

Melissa Wright Business Manager

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Head Coach

Adrian Bush HEAD COACH Fifth season Tampa, 1995 Career Record: 46­25­6 Two NCAA Tourneys Adrian Bush is in his fifth year at the helm of The University of Tampa after starring for the Spartans as a player from 1990­94. Bush was named the program’s fifth head coach prior to the 2005 season follow­ ing the untimely death of his mentor, Tom Fitzgerald. Bush became the head coach after serving a total of eight years with Tampa as a player and assistant coach. Over the past five seasons with the Spartans, Bush has produced a 46­25­6 record with back­to­back NCAA tournament appearances. Last season, the Spartans were 18­4­1 as Bush guided his squad to the NCAA national semifinals where they lost in overtime to eventual national champion Cal State­Dominguez Hills. While being named the Sunshine State Conference and NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year, Bush coached four All­Americans as goalkeeper Ryan Thompson was named the SSC Defensive Player of the Year. In 2007, Bush led the Spartans to the program's first NCAA tourna­ ment since the national championship run of 2001. With a 13­5­1 record, the team registered three victories over national top­10 teams and lost in the NCAA Regional Final in penalty kicks. The Spartans returned to the NCAA Tournament in 2008 and advanced to the NCAA Final Four, falling 3­2 in overtime to eventual national champion Cal State Dominguez Hills. The Spartans finished 2008 ranked No. 3 in the final NSCAA/Adidas poll, marking the second straight season the Spartans have finished the season ranked in the top 15. The 2008 season saw many post season honors, including four players named to the Daktronics All­America team, one named NSCAA All America, one NSCAA Scholar All American, the SSC Defensive Player of the Year, four SSC first­team players and four named All South Region. Bush was also named SSC Coach of the Year and South Region Coach of the Year. It was also a year that marked the fourth player in four years to get drafted in a professional draft as senior Ryan Maxwell was selected in the first round of the 2009 MLS Superdraft. Bush enjoyed a stellar playing career at Tampa and has had tremen­ dous success coaching at nearly every amateur level in the sport. As a player at The University of Tampa, Bush earned Adidas National Player of the Year honors in 1994 when he captained the Spartans to the 1994 NCAA National Championship. A four­time All­south region and All­SSC performer, Bush was the 1st Spartan soccer player to be inducted into the Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame in 2002 and was named to the Sunshine State Conference Silver Anniversary (25 year) team one year later. He was also recognized as an All­American in 1991 and 1994 and played on the 1992 US National B Team along with a gold medal at the 1993 US Olympic Festival (South). He went on to play professionally for the USL Tampa Bay Cyclones, the NPSL Tampa Bay Terror, the USL A League New Orleans Gamblers and Orlando Sundogs. Bush returned to UT in 2004 for his second stint as an assistant at his alma mater. He also coached at Tampa under Keith Fulk from 1996­98 when the Spartans won two SSC Championships. Bush's coaching prowess extends well beyond his time spent on the UT campus. In 2002, he earned a USSF National "A" Coaching License

and is a staff coach for the FYSA Olympic Development Program (ODP). Prior to being the head coach at his alma mater, Bush held the position of director of coaching with HC United Soccer Club from 2001­06. During his time as DOC at HC United, Bush had a total of four players who were named to the final World Cup roster for the US U­17 Men’s National Team, 12 teams FYSA Final Four with five state champi­ onships and more than 150 players moving on to play NCAA soccer. From May 2006 to August 2008 Adrian Bush was the General Manager/DOC of RSL Florida (formerly Tampa Knights Soccer Club). During his time at RSL Florida, 18 teams made the FYSA Final Four while posting seven state championships and seven runner­ups. He is currently working at HC United as the U9­U12 girls director of coach­ ing and remains active working with youth players in the Tampa Bay area. During his career as a head coach of boys and girls youth teams from the U­13 to U­19, Bush has compiled 17 FYSA state champi­ onships as a head coach. From 1996­2001, Bush was the head boys soccer coach at Gaither High School in Tampa where his overall record was 121­25­9, winning the 4A FHSAA state championship during the 1999­2000 season and finishing as runner­up the following year. In the championship sea­ son, Gaither was ranked fifth in the country in the final NSCAA/Adidas National Poll. He was also named Coach of the Year on two occasions. His most memorable accomplishment was an induction to The University of Tampa Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006. A 1995 graduate of The University of Tampa. Bush is married and resides in Tampa with his wife Jenna.

Bush’s Career Year-by-Year Record Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

School Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa

Overall 7-7-3 8-9-1 13-5-1 18-4-1 46-25-6

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SSC 2-4-2, 6th 2-6, 8th 6-2, 2nd 6-2, 2nd 16-14-2

Postseason ----NCAA Regionals NCAA Final Four Two NCAA Tourneys

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Assistant Coaches

Maurice Loregnard ASSISTANT COACH Ninth season Tampa, 2001

Maurice Loregnard is in his ninth season as the top assistant coach for The University of Tampa men’s soccer program after serving as the graduate assistant coach on the 2001 national championship team. He currently assists with practice and gameday tactics while carrying out the duties of daily operations at UT. He also assists with scheduling, travel arrangements and summer camps with the Tampa Elite Soccer Academy. As the co­camp director, he supervises and trains 100 children per week to meet top technical standards.

Last season, the Spartans were 18­4­1 as UT advanced to the NCAA national semifinals where they lost in overtime to eventual national champion Cal State­Dominguez Hills. He coached four All­Americans as goal­ keeper Ryan Thompson was named the SSC Defensive Player of the Year. In 2007, he helped guide the Spartans to the program’s first SSC tournament championship while advancing to the NCAA South Region finals. With 13 victories, the squad also captured the most victories in six seasons. He also serves as the boys director of coaching and the U­15 head coach for Real Salt Lake FL of the Tampa Knights, F.C. In that position, he oversees and directs the operation of the competitive boys teams at the club while preparing the kids and their coaches for their season of competitive soccer. He has been with the club since 2004. An assistant coach at Gaither High School since 2005, Loregnard is responsible for aiding in practice and gameday tactics for the varsity boys team. In 2003, he served as the Interim Head Coach at UT for the team’s final four games. He was previously a gradu­ ate assistant with the 2001 NCAA II national champions and has been a member of the coaching staff since grad­ uation. In the summer of 2001, he served as director of the Reading Rage Pro soccer camps in Reading, Pa. Loregnard’s administrative experience involves being a volunteer field operations manager with the Tampa Bay Mutiny (2001), serving as a facilities intern at UT (2000­01) and working as an administrative assistant with the Trinidad & Tobago Football Association (1995­96). A native of St. James, Trinidad, Loregnard earned his degree from UT after two years at Young Harris Junior College (Ga.). He started all 34 games in his two­year career at Tampa from 1999­2000 and was also the team captain. In 2000, he was named the team’s best defensive player. Loregnard was a two­time all­region selec­ tion at Young Harris and a nine­year member of Trinidad national teams that competed at various CONCACAF tournaments in the Caribbean and Central and South America. Loregnard carries a USSF “A” Coaching License. He also earned a bachelor of science in sports management while minoring in business administration at The University of Tampa.

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Eric Sims ASSISTANT COACH/ GOALKEEPERS

Eric Sims is in his sixth season as an assistant coach at his alma mater. Following a stellar playing career at The University of Tampa, he has also proven himself as an accomplished coach while serving as the team’s goalkeeping coach. Sims also serves as the head coach for Gaither High School’s soccer team, where he has held the position since 2001. At Gaither he has led his teams to three district championships, six regional playoff appear­ ances and three Clearwater Cup titles. Gaither also won the 2005 Admiral Cup Championship and 2004 regional championship.

Fifth season Tampa, 2000

He is also the head coach for the HCUnited U15­U19 boy’s team, where he has guided the squad to four consecutive state Final Fours. The team was also the 2006 and 2008 state finalists. In 2005, the U­19 boy’s team captured the Super Y League North American Championship, which was a feat repeated in 2006 by his U­17 team. His U­16 team was also a Super Y League semifinalist in 2005. In 2008, he became an assistant coach for goalkeeping with the Tampa Bay Hellenic of the W­League. In his first season, goal­ keeper Mallori Lofton­Malachi was named the W­League Goalkeeper of the Year. Sims has also coached women’s soccer, as he served as UT’s goalkeeping coach in 2005. The Spartans finished the season with a 14­2­2 record while advancing to the NCAA tournament and winning the Sunshine State Conference. In 2003, he held the same position at the University of South Florida, where he helped the Bulls to a second­place finish in Conference USA. He began his coaching career in 1997 when he became the goalkeeping coach for his alma mater, Jesuit High School. His stint as the keeper coach lasted through the 1998 season as the team captured the state championship. He then served as an assis­ tant coach from 2000­01 while helping the team to an overall 30­2 record. While winning the Class 2A state title, Jesuit was also ranked No. 1 in the nation by foxstudentsports.com. His coaching accomplishments include being named the head coach of the Hillsborough vs. Pinellas Senior All­Star Game, which is a position he has been chosen for on four occasions (2005­08). He is also a three­time Western Conference Coach of the Year (2004­06) and the 2004 FHSAA State Coach of the Year (Class 5A). In 2003, he was also named the head coach of the West team at the FACA Senior All­Star game. A four­year starting goalkeeper at UT, Sims was also a dual­sport star in baseball. While recording a career record of 60­13­5, Sims was a two­time all­SSC selection and 1998 all­South Region choice. He led the Spartans to three SSC championships and two Elite Eight appearances. He set goalkeeping records for games played (74), saves (243), minutes (6,237) and shutouts (17). He then went on to a professional career, beginning with a one­year stint with the Hampton Roads Mainers in 2000. He helped the A League Team to a playoff appearance. In 2001, he played for the Nashville Metros of the A League before moving on to the Tampa Bay Hawks of the PDL in 2002. With his hometown team, he helped the team to a conference championship. He concluded his pro career in 2003 with the Tampa Bay Kickers, as the team captured the state and Southern regional titles. Sims holds a USSF C License and National D Coaching License. He also has a Goalkeeping Level II and Level I License. In 2008, he also received a National Goalkeeping Diploma.

Steve Wolf ASSISTANT COACH Fourth season Clemson, 1993

In his fourth season as assistant men’s soccer coach, Steve Wolf brings an impressive soccer resume. As an individual and group trainer for Steve Wolf Soccer Skills, Wolf previously served as an assistant coach for the women’s soccer team at Utica College from 2004­05. He has also worked for Individual and Group Training Service in Seminole after being the head coach of the Tampa Bay Hawks of the Premier Development League. Wolf also had coaching stints with the Palm Harbor NightHawks, Largo High School and the Clearwater Chargers.

Wolf played college soccer for Clemson and then played professionally for the Tampa Bay Cyclones for one season before playing six years in the Men’s Premier League. Wolf carries a USSF “A” Coaching License.

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2009 Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 99

Name Clete Goddard Daniel Bergstrand Kyle Williams Matt Davies Andrej Gulan Dominic Goncalves Lister Warren Mike Bethel Brian Fekete Dan Ingvarsson Joey Gratt Greg Sasser Pascal Milien Ryan Griffin Hamza El Haouati Karl Swan Jordan Moses Zach Fraser Matt Noble Greg O'Connor Chris O’Brien Miles Callahan Matt Karn Francisco Colon Austin Fetzer Daniel Josepher Kim Bredde Juan Pablo Bejarano John Reddick Diego Pestana Tim Maline Ryan Thompson

Pos. GK Def. Def. Def./Mid. Mid. Def. Mid. For. Def. Def. Mid. For. For. Mid. Mid. Mid. Mid. Def. Def. For. Def. Def./Mid. Def. Def. Def. For./Mid. Mid. Mid. Mid. GK GK GK

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

Wt. 160 205 175 155 150 160 175 145 145 195 190 170 165 185 165 155 175 155 140 175 180 165 170 165 175 170 160 160 160 150 210 200

Class Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr.

Hometown Tampa, Fla. Staffanstorp, Sweden Nassau, Bahamas Crowborough, England Pinellas Park, Fla. Egham, England Spanish Town, Jamaica Nassau, Bahamas Plant City, Fla. Malmo, Sweden Clearwater, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Auburndale, Fla. Brandon, Fla. Casablanca, Morocco Clearwater, Fla. Kingston, Jamaica Denver, Colo. Tampa, Fla.

Previous School Wharton HS Malmo Borgarskola HS Bowling Green State Univ. Tunbridge Wells School Pinellas Park HS Richmond­Upon­Thames HS Cincinnati State CC St. Andrew’s School Plant City HS Malmo Borgarskola HS Countryside HS Jesuit HS Lindsey Wilson College Tampa Prep George Washington Acad. Countryside HS Caldwell College Douglas County HS Wharton HS Wellington, New Zealand Massey University Ormond Beach, Fla. Seabreeze HS Cascais, Portugal Carlucci School Pueblo, Colo. Centennial HS Tampa, Fla. Freedom HS Hebron, Conn. Manchester CC Manorville, N.Y. Eastport HS Fjellhamar, Norway Asker VGS Bogota, Colombia Spruce Creek HS Tallahassee, Fla. Lincoln HS Spring Hill, Fla. Bishop McLaughlin HS Herndon, Va. Oakton HS Kingston, Jamaica Ardenne & Camperdown HS

Pronunciation GOD­urd berg­strand DAY­veez AHN­dray goo­LAHN DAH­mih­nik GON­calves LIST­er feck­et­ee ing­ver­son grat sass­er pass­cal mill­ee­en ham­zah el hoo­watt­ee swahn FRAY­zur

KA­lah­han KOAL­lone fet­zer joseph­er bay­her­ah­no red­ick pest­ah­nah may­leen

Alphabetical Roster

Head Coach: Adrian Bush Assistant Coach: Maurice Loregnard Assistant Coach: Eric Sims Assistant Coach: Steve Wolf

The 2009 Tampa men’s soccer team (front row, from left): Assistant Coach Jamie Kennedy, Daniel Josepher, Mike Bethel, Miles Callahan, Kim Bredde, Chris O’Brien, Dan Ingvarsson, Karl Swan, Joey Gratt, John Reddick, Kyle Williams; (middle row, from left): Student Athletic Trainer Dom Nanette, Pascal Milien, Matt Noble, Hamza El Haouati, Matt Davies, Clete Goddard, Ryan Thompson, Diego Pestana, Francisco Colon, Dominic Goncalves, Andrej Gulan, Zach Fraser, Assistant Coach Maurice Loregnard, (back row, from left): Head Coach Adrian Bush, Juan Pablo Bejarano, Ryan Griffin, Greg Sasser, Matt Karn, Daniel Bergstrand, Tim Maline, Brian Fekete, Austin Fetzer, Lister Warren, Assistant Coach Steve Wolf

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28 2 8 29 24 26 4 16 9 27 20 1 6 11 15 5 10 33 25 34 14 19 21 23 32 30 13 18 99 7 3

Juan Pablo Bejarano Daniel Bergstrand Mike Bethel Kim Bredde Miles Callahan Francisco Colon Matt Davies Hamza El Haouati Brian Fekete Def. Austin Fetzer Zach Fraser Clete Goddard Dominic Goncalves Joey Gratt Ryan Griffin Andrej GulanMid. Dan Ingvarsson Daniel Josepher Matt Karn Tim Maline Pascal Milien Jordan Moses Matt Noble Chris O'Brien Diego Pestana John Reddick Greg Sasser Karl Swan Ryan Thompson Lister Warren Kyle Williams

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TV/Radio Roster

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

Clete Goddard

Daniel Bergstrand

Kyle Williams

Matt Davies

Andrej Gulan

Dominic Goncalves

5-9 - Jr. - GK

6-3 - Jr. - Def.

6-1 - Sr. - Def.

5-9 - Fr. - Def.

5-8 - Jr. - Mid.

5-8 - Fr. - Def.

#7

#8

#9

#10

#11

#13

Lister Warren

Mike Bethel

Brian Fekete

Dan Ingvarsson

Joey Gratt

Greg Sasser

6-1 - Jr. - Mid.

5-8 - So. - For.

6-0 - Fr. - Def.

6-2 - Jr. - Def.

6-1 - Fr. - Mid.

5-11 - So. - For.

#14

#15

#16

#18

#19

#20

Pascal Milien

Ryan Griffin

Hamza El Haouati

Karl Swan

Jordan Moses

Zach Fraser

5-8 - Sr. - For.

6-3 - So. - Mid.

5-8 - So. - Mid.

5-10 - So. - Mid.

6-0 - So. - Mid.

5-8 - Sr. - Def.

#23

#24

#25

#26

Matt Noble

Chris O’Brien

Miles Callahan

Matt Karn

Francisco Colon

Austin Fetzer

5-9 - Fr. - Def.

5-10 - Jr. - Def.

6-1 - Fr. - Def.

6-2 - So. - Def.

5-9 - So. - Def.

5-11 - Jr. - Def.

#31

#32

#34

#21

#28

#29

#30

#27

Daniel Josepher

Kim Bredde

Juan Pablo Bejarano

John Reddick

Diego Pestana

Tim Maline

5-11 - Jr. - Def.

5-7 - Fr. - Mid.

5-10 - Fr. - Mid.

5-11 - Fr. - Mid.

6-1 - Fr. - GK

6-5 - So. - GK

#99 Ryan Thompson 6-1 - Sr. - GK

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2009 Outlook The University of Tampa men’s soccer team enters the 2009 sea­ son with high aspirations after returning nine starters from last season’s team that advanced to the NCAA national semifinals. The Spartans were pegged third in the nation in the preseason NSCAA poll and were also chosen as the preseason favorite in the talent­ rich Sunshine State Conference. “Our team goals are very clear and we are excited about the poten­ tial of our team in 2009,” says head coach Adrian Bush. “We will rely heavily on the experience of the upperclassmen and return­ ing players. Last year was a fantastic run but it ended without a national championship. To be a top five program there are no days off; hard word, commitment and preparation is the formula for success.” Leading scorer Pascal Milien returns for his senior season as the National Player of the Year candidate is a dynamic playmaker that has the versatility to play a number of positions up front and in the midfield. Milien connected on 11 goals and 17 assists as a junior to go with four game­winning goals. Fellow senior and reigning SSC Defensive Player of the Year Ryan Thompson is back to anchor UT on the defensive side as he ranks among the nation’s elite goalkeepers. Last season, Thompson guided Tampa to 18 wins with a 1.11 GAA and eight shutouts. He twice set the school record with 15 saves in a match, coming in consecutive performances. Juniors Lister Warren and Mike Bethel will be joined by sopho­ mores Ryan Griffin, Karl Swan, Jordan Moses and Greg Sasser as returning players who will aid the UT offensive attack. Warren tied for the team lead with 11 goals last year while Griffin and Swan became regulars in the starting lineup as freshmen. Returnees Hamza El Haouati and Andrej Gulan will also battle for playing time.

Ryan Thompson junior Chris O’Brien and sophomores Francisco Colon and Matt Karn will also vie for time on the pitch.

Freshmen Joey Gratt, Miles Callahan, John Reddick, Juan Pablo Bejarano and Daniel Josepher will also attempt to add their names to the mix up front or at a midfield spot.

“Defense wins championships, and when we talk about our team we are all one,” says Bush. “It is a commitment we make as a team to how successful offense is compared to the defense. Though we may see some individuals step up and receive recognition at times throughout the year, we share honors as a team.”

Senior Kyle Williams and junior Dan Ingvarsson led the defensive unit in 2008 and expect to play major roles again this season. After sitting out last year with an injury, junior Daniel Bergstrand looks to regain his starting position from two years ago when he was one of the squad’s top defenders. Senior Zach Fraser could also see time on defense or lend a hand in the midfield while

Junior Austin Fetzer joins the squad after two years at Manchester Community College while freshmen Matt Davies, Brian Fekete, Matt Noble and Dominic Goncalves will also have an opportunity to see time. “We are excited about the performance of all our newcomers thus far,” says Bush. “You can definitely expect to see some new faces in our starting 11.” Last year’s back goalkeeper, Clete Goddard, is back for his junior season and looks to hold off a pair of underclassmen to become Thompson’s primary back­up. Sophomore Tim Maline and fresh­ man Diego Pestana will serve as Goddard’s competition for the back­up goalkeeper spot. With a talented stable of returning players to go with talented new­ comers, Bush has his sights set on another run in the NCAA tour­ nament. After playing five nationally ranked opponents last sea­ son, the schedule in 2009 appears just as challenging for the bat­ tle­tested Spartans. “Every game is a challenge as every opponent will bring their best,” says Bush. “With success come high expectations and stan­ dards, so we must continue to not lose sight of the demands that the Sunshine State Conference brings. Every game is a battle and every team is well coached. I would have to say our SSC and regional games are our biggest obstacle as none of those games will come easy.” Tampa will hinge its hopes on a group of experienced veterans and a senior class that brings leadership and well­documented game experience. Bush, the 2008 SSC Coach of the Year, hopes to begin the run with an elusive SSC regular season title that will pave the way for homefield advantage in the NCAA South Regional.

Pascal Milien

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Daniel Bergstrand

#2

Junior Defender 6-3, 205 Staffanstorp, Sweden Malmo Borgarskola HS

As a Junior (2009): Did not play while receiving a medical redshirt. As a Sophomore: NCAA South Regional all­tourna­ ment team...SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Started 13 of 15 games played...Opened season with a shot in 73 minutes of play against #3 West Florida (8/31)...Recorded a shot in six contests, including a season­high two versus Rollins (9/25)...Played in both SSC tournament games and NCAA South Regional matchups with #10 Lynn (11/8) and #18 Montevallo (11/11)...Had a season­ high 110 minutes in Montevallo game...Played the entire game in nine contests. As a Freshman: Played in all 18 contests while starting 17...Recorded first career shot vs. Warner Southern (8/29)...Added a shot on goal to his career firsts vs. Christian Brothers (9/10)...Notched

his first career goal against Palm Beach Atlantic (9/29) in the 3­2 loss...Played all 135 minutes of the triple overtime tie with Florida Tech (10/27). High School: Played for Malmo Borgarskola High School in Sweden...Also played for the Swedish National Youth Cup, where his team was the run­ ner­up. Personal: Son of Ronny and Anette Bergstrand...Advertising/Public Relations major…Birthdate: 6/4/87.

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Bergstrand’s Career Highs Points: 2 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (9/29/06) Goals: 1 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (9/29/06) Shots: 2 vs. Rollins (9/25/07) SOG: 1 several times, last vs. Lynn (11/4/07)

Getting to Know Daniel Superstitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keep ball in air for 30 kicks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . before hitting the ground Career Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Start my own company Favorites Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spaghetti Bolognese Movie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dumb and Dumber Television Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friends Actor/Actress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scarlett Johansson Historical Person . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dag Hammarskold Professional Athlete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gaizka Mendieta Sports Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manchester United Subject in School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . History Bergstrand’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2006 18 17 2007 15 13 TOTALS 33 30

G 1 0 1

A 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 2

Shots 9 7 16

Shot% .111 .000 .062

SOG 3 5 8

SOG% .333 .714 .500

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GWG 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Mike Bethel

#8

Sophomore Forward 5-8, 145 Nassau, Bahamas St. Andrew’s School

As a Freshman: Played in 17 of the Spartans’ games while starting in 11…Recorded his first goal as a Spartan on his first shot on goal in the form of a game­winner against Rollins (10/4)…Also recorded a goal against Flagler (10/17) as well as a goal and assist against Johnson & Wales (10/20)…Played 81 minutes with a shot in national semifinal match against Cal State­Dominguez Hills (12/5). High School: Attended St. Andrews School for head coach Wilson...Named MVP and received Man of the Match Award...Member of Bahamian national team, where he competed in CONCACAF tourna­ ments...Helped team to a victory over Dominica...Also ran track, where he set record in the 800 meter and 4x400 meter relay...Member of the National Honor Society…Played club soccer for

Bears Soccer Club for Anton Sealy…Helped team to the State Cup and was also the MVP and team cap­ tain. Personal: Played for the Chicago Fire Premier in the summer of 2009…Son of Michael and Denise Bethel...Has two older sisters, Miquela and McCara…International Business and Management major...Birthdate: 4/21/90.

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Bethel’s Career Highs Points: 3 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Goals: 1 several times, last vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Assists: 1 several times, last vs. Lynn (11/16/08) Shots: 3 vs. Flagler (10/17/08) Shots on Goal: 1 several times, last vs. Saint Leo (11/7/08) Minutes: 90 vs. Lynn (11/16/08)

Getting to Know Mike Superstitions ............................................Do not talk before game Career Goals ........................................Become a real estate agent Favorites Food ....................................................Chicken and steamed veggies Movie ................................The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Television Show........Rocket Power, The Real World, The Hills Actor/Actress ......................................................................Tom Cruise Professional Athlete ....Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, DoSantos, Messi Historical Person ..........................Bob Marley, Beres Hammond Vacation Spot ....................................................The Bahamas, Abaco Sports Team ..........................................................Manchester United Subject in School ............................................................................Math Website ....................................................................www.youtube.com Thing I like most about UT............................Size of the school What I do in my spare time ................................Chill, have fun, ......................................spend time with girlfriend, get organized Bethel’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 15 9 TOTALS 15 9

G 3 3

A 3 3

Pts 9 9

Shots 7 7

Shot% .429 .429

SOG 4 4

SOG% .571 .571

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GWG 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Francisco Colon

#26

Sophomore Defender 5-9, 165 Tampa, Florida Freedom High School

As a Freshman: Played in five games…First colle­ giate appearance was against Florida College (9/8) in which he recorded a career­high 67 minutes…First collegiate shot came against Johnson & Wales (10/20)…Also played in SSC tournament championship game at Lynn (11/9). High School: Attended Tampa’s Freedom High School, playing for head coach Dennis Derflinger...Was an all­county, all­state, all­confer­ ence and District 3 championships outstanding per­ former…Helped team to districts...Selected to play in high school all­star game...Also competed in Admiral and State Cups...Named Freshman Player of the Year...Made first final four appearance as a fresh­ man…Played club soccer for RSL Florida...Helped club to CDL championship and second place finish in state cup...Member of the honor roll.

Personal: Recipient of the Hillsborough County Scholarship Essay Award…Volunteered as a youth soccer coach...Volunteered with Spartan Elite Soccer Academy…Assisted with high school teacher in preparing for new year...Originally hails from Lehigh, Pa...Son of Tom and Ada Colon…Has a younger brother, Jesse…Exercise Science Sports Studies major…Birthdate: 11/18/89.

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Colon’s Career Highs Shots: 1 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Minutes: 67 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Francisco Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Pasta Movie ..........................................................................................Superbad Television Show ..................................................................................CSI Professional Athlete................................................Fernando Torres Vacation Spot ..................................................................The Bahamas Sports Team ................................................................................Valencia Subject in School ........................................................................History Website ....................................................................www.youtube.com What I do in my spare time............Eat, sleep, play soccer, go ............................................to the pool, girls and chill with friends Colon’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 5 0 TOTALS 5 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 1 1

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

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GWG 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Hamza El Haouati

#16

Sophomore Midfielder 5-7, 160 Casablanca, Morocco George Washington Academy

As a Freshman: Made collegiate debut versus Lynn (10/1)…Appeared in six games for the Spartans including the SSC tournament championship against Lynn (11/9)…Played a season­high 58 min­ utes against Johnson & Wales (10/20) in which he scored his lone goal of the year in an 8­0 victory. High School: Played for George Washington Academy under coach Andrew Wade…Was named MVP of his high school all four years while averag­ ing 15 goals per season…Played club soccer for Wydad Athletic Club…Led his club team to the U­16 national championship in 2004 and regional per­ formances from 2003­05…Named to the all­star team…Graduated high school with high honors. Personal: Selected to play for Moroccan national team…Volunteered as a translator for foreign doc­ tors in his home country of Morocco…Son of

Mohamed El Haouati and Latifa Bendaoud…Youngest of two children (Medhi)…Chemistry (Pre­Med) major…Birthdate: 3/3/89.

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El Haouati’s Career Highs Shots: 1 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Minutes: 67 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Hamza Superstitions ........................Step on to the field with right foot Favorites Food ....................................................................................................Italian Movie ........................................................................300; The Gladiator Television Show ..........................................................................Friends Actor/Actress ................................................................Robert DeNiro Professional Athlete ................................................Zinedine Zidane Vacation Spot ................................................................................Hawaii Sports Team ..........................................................Manchester United Subject in School ........................................................................Biology Website........................................................................www.google.com Thing I like most about UT ..................Location and facilities What I do in my spare time........Sleep, read newspaper and ..........................................................................................surf the internet El Haouati’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 6 1 TOTALS 6 1

G 1 1

A 0 0

Pts 2 2

Shots 1 1

Shot% 1.000 1.000

SOG 1 1

SOG% 1.000 1.000

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GWG 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Student-Athletes

Zach Fraser

#20

Senior Midfielder 5-8, 155 Castle Rock, Colorado Douglas County HS

As a Junior: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Started in 21 of 22 games played…Recorded a season high 110 minutes against Christian Brothers (8/28)…Also recorded an assist against Tusculum (11/23) in the NCAA quarterfinals…Played 94 min­ utes with a shot on goal versus Cal State­ Dominguez (12/5) in national semifinal…Tallied a minimum of 90 minutes in all four NCAA tourna­ ment matches…Credited with a season­high two shots in SSC contest with Florida Tech (10/29). As a Sophomore: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Played in 19 games, earning four starts...Received first career start versus Flagler (9/7)...Took a shot in five games, including a sea­ son­high two against Eckerd (11/2)...Played a sea­ son­high 83 minutes in Flagler game...Had 30­plus minutes of playing time in nine contests...Also start­

ed versus Florida Tech (9/16), #1 Lynn (9/29) and St. Thomas (10/16)...Played in both SSC tourna­ ment games and pair of NCAA contests. As a Freshman: Appeared in three games...Recorded first collegiate shot vs. Thomas (10/22). High School: Four­year letterwinner was team cap­ tain at Douglas County High School under head coach Chad Allen…Second­team all­state selec­ tion...Named first­team all­conference...All­time leading scorer in DCHS history...Led the DCHS in goals...Runner­up for the Continental League Player of the Year...Team won three state titles while win­ ning the regional championship in the spring of 2005...Played in the 2005 national championship in Orlando...Huskie of the Month winner...Played club soccer for Real Colorado under Lorne Donaldson...Helped club to four state titles, one regional championship and a national finalist appearance...Also excelled in the classroom, being named to the National Honor Society...Was class valedictorian with a 4.2 GPA...Member of the athlet­ ic council committee. Personal: Volunteered with the Special Olympics...Helped the National Honor Society with charity events...Son of Brett and Eileen Fraser...Has two younger brothers, Cole and Connor...Finance major…Birthdate: 8/15/88.

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Fraser’s Career Highs Shots: 2 vs. Eckerd (11/2/07) Shots on Goal: 1 several times, last vs. Fla. Tech (9/16/07)

Getting to Know Zach Superstitions ................................Listen to music before games Career Goals ......................Go to grad school in New York City Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Pizza Movie..................................................................................Donnie Darko Television Show ....................................................................Entourage Professional Athlete................................................Fernando Torres Vacation Spot ..................................................................The Bahamas Sports Team ..........................................................Manchester United Thing I like most about UT ..............................................Location What I do in my spare time..............Play guitar and write for ..................................................................................................The Minaret Fraser’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2006 3 0 2007 19 4 2008 20 19 TOTALS 42 23

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots 1 6 6 13

Shot% .000 .000 .000 .000

SOG 0 3 0 0

SOG% .000 .500 .000 .000

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GWG 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Student-Athletes

Clete Goddard

#32

Junior Goalkeeper 5-9, 160 Tampa, Florida Wharton High School

As a Sophomore: Appeared in three games throughout the year while racking up 86 min­ utes…Made first collegiate appearance against Florida College (9/8)…Also played against Lynn (10/1) and Johnson & Wales (10/20). As a Freshman: Did not see any playing time as a rookie goalkeeper. High School: Had career record of 42­10­5 while playing for head coaches Mike Rowan and Scott Ware at Wharton High School...Won the District Title in 2006...Advanced to the Regional Tournament three of the four years in HS...Had 16 career shutouts...Member of the 2006 Super Y League National Champions with fellow Spartan Andrej Gulan...Holds the school record for most saves in a season with 139, best GAA in a season with 0.76 and best career GAA with a 1.23...Helped

HC United club team to a national championship. Personal: Volunteer coached from 2003­07 with local soccer associations...Son of Elvis and Tammy Goddard...Has two older brothers, Clay and Clif...Sport management major...Birthdate: 3/15/89.

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Goddard’s Career Highs Shots Faced: 1 vs. Lynn (10/1/08) Minutes: 49 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Clete Superstitions ............................Pray on my own before a game Career Goals ........................................................................Be a coach Favorites Food......................................................................................................Sushi Movie ....................................................................................................Rudy Television Show ..............................................................SportsCenter Actor/Actress ..................................................................Vince Vaughn Professional Athlete ............................................................Steve Nash Historical Person ....................................................Abraham Lincoln Vacation Spot ..........................................................................The beach Sports Team ................................................................Dallas Cowboys Subject in School ........................................................................Science Website ..........................................................................www.espn.com Thing I like most about UT ..............................Soccer program What I do in my spare time ......Study and have a good time Goddard’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2008 3 0 TOTALS 3 0

Minutes 85:43 85:43

GA 1 1

GaAvg 1.05 1.05

Saves 0 0

Save% .000 .000

W 0 0

L 0 0

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T 0 0

Sho 0 0

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Ryan Griffin

#15

Sophomore Midfielder 6-2, 180 Brandon, Florida Tampa Prep

As a Freshman: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Played in 21 of Tampa’s games while starting in 17 of those contests…Recorded his first collegiate point with an assist versus Florida College (9/8)…Also had an assist against defending national champions Franklin Pierce (9/13)…Scored a goal in the match against West Florida (9/19) as well as a goal in his final appearance of the season against Tusculum (11/23) in the NCAA national quarterfi­ nals…Recorded a season­high 107 minutes against Barry (10/11)…Registered his first collegiate point with an assist versus Florida College (9/8)…Also had an assist against defending national champion Franklin Pierce (9/13). High School: Attended Tampa Prep, where he played for head coach Jose Dacosta…Holds the state record for career assists with 92…Compiled 94 career goals…2007 Player of the Year by the Tampa Tribune and St. Petersburg Times as a junior…Three­time ESPN Rise all­area team from 2006­08…Florida Dairy Farmers 2A Player of the Year in 2006 and 2008…Three­time first team all­ county (2006­2008)…Helped team to state champi­ onships in 2005, 2007 and 2008…Admiral Cup all­ tournament team in 2007 and 2008…Also owns single­season school record with 39 assists as a sophomore…Competed in 2007 Super Y Nationals and Super Y National Player pool…Scored game­ winning goal in 92nd minute of Super Y nationals on national television…2008 FACA all­star selection who played in 2008 Hillsborough vs. Pinellas all­ star game…Featured in Tampa Tribune as three­ time Parade of Athletes, which honors first­team all­ county members…Named to the academic Head’s List on four occasions…Played for the three­time state champion RSL Florida club team…Led team to 2006 and 2007 FYSA state championship while fin­ ishing second in 2008…2006 Southern Regional

Semifinalist and 2005 Disney Soccer Showcase champions…Played club soccer for RSL Florida. Personal: Member of the Dean’s List…Served as a volunteer soccer coach through club team…Son of Woody and Eileen Griffin…Government and World Affairs major…Birthdate: 12/7/89.

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Griffin’s Career Highs Shots Faced: 1 vs. Lynn (10/1/08) Minutes: 49 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Ryan Career Goals ....................Go to law school and become lawyer Favorites Food......................................................................................................Steak Movie ................................................................Remember the Titans Television Show ..............................................Two and a Half Men Actor/Actress ..........................Denzel Washington, Will Ferrell Professional Athlete ..................................................LeBron James Historical Person ........................................................George Patton Vacation Spot ......................................................Anna Maria Island Sports Team ........................................................Manchester United Subject in School......................................................................History Website ..........................................................................www.espn.com Thing I like most about UT ..............................Location, people What I do in my spare time ..............Spend time with friends ......................................and family, go to beach or near the water Griffin’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 20 16 TOTALS 20 16

G 1 1

A 5 5

Pts 7 7

Shots 34 34

Shot% .029 .029

SOG 13 13

SOG% .382 .382

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GWG 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Student-Athletes

Andrej Gulan

#5

Junior Midfielder 5-8, 150 Pinellas Park, Florida Pinellas Park High School

As a Sophomore: Started nine games for the Spartans while playing in 21…Started off the season with a two goal effort including a game­winner, along with an assist against Florida College (9/8)…Also scored goals against Lynn (10/1) and Florida Southern (10/24)…Played the entire match on three occasions: Florida College, West Florida (9/19), and Palm Beach Atlantic (10/7)…Tallied an assist versus Florida College and Nova Southeastern (9/24). As a Freshman: Played in eight games, starting one in first collegiate season...Made Spartan debut ver­ sus #3 West Florida (8/31)...Earned first career start against St. Thomas (10/16)...Took first shot versus Flagler (9/7)...Had two shots in game with Palm Beach Atlantic (9/14) and one against Eckerd (11/2) in SSC tournament...Earned double figures in minutes in all eight games...Played a season­high 36 minutes against Christian Brothers (9/9). High School: Played for Pinellas Park High School and head coach Larry Farrell...Scored 10 goals his sophomore season...Scored seven goals both his junior and senior seasons from the defensive line...Named team captain his final year...Won his team’s Defensive Player of the Year award his junior year...Named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2006...Was named to the Pinellas County All­Star Team as the Senior Soccer Challenge...Was Pinellas Park HS’s Athlete of the Month in January...Won the Super Y League National Championship with his club team HC United…Team also advanced to national tournament. Personal: Recipient of Florida Bright Futures Scholarship...Son of Sanimir and Suvada Gulan...Has an older sister, Nina...Finance major...Birthdate: 2/16/89.

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Gulan’s Career Highs Shots: 2 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (9/14/07) Shots on Goal: 1 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (9/14/07)

Getting to Know Andrej Superstitions..............Wear wristband of deceased teammate ..............................................................................................during games Career Goals ........................................................Further my career Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Pasta Movie ............................................................Goal: The Dream Begins Television Show ................................................Friends, Family Guy Actor/Actress ..............................................Jessica Alba, Will Smith Professional Athlete ..............................................Cristiano Ronaldo Historical Person....................................................................Josip Tito Vacation Spot ................................................................................Croatia Sports Team ..........................................................Manchester United Subject in School ............................................................................Math Website ..................................................................www.myspace.com Thing I like most about UT ............................Athletic program What I do in my spare time ..........Hang out with friends, TV Gulan’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2007 8 1 2008 19 9 TOTALS 27 10

G 0 4 4

A 0 2 2

Pts 0 10 10

Shots 4 16 20

Shot% .000 .250 .200

SOG 1 8 9

SOG% .250 .500 .450

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GWG 0 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Student-Athletes

Dan Ingvarsson

#10

Junior Defender 6-2, 190 Malmo, Sweden Malmo Borgarskola HS

As a Sophomore: First­team All­SSC…Daktronics first­team All­South Region…NSCAA second­team All­South Region…Daktronics second­team All­ American…NCAA South Regional All­Tournament team…SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Started in all of the Spartans 23 matches while tallying seven goals throughout the year, including two goal affairs against Florida Southern (10/24) and Lynn (11/16)…Answered the two goal NCAA South Regional performance with a goal and assist in national quarterfinal victory over Tusculum (11/23)…That same game against Lynn, he regis­ tered the game­winning goal to lead the Spartans to a 3­2 victory…Was second on the team in minutes with 1,976, second only behind the goalkeeper. As a Freshman (2007): Second­team all­ SSC...First­team NSCAA all­South Region...SSC all­

tournament team...Fitz Classic all­tournament team...SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Played in 19 games, starting 17 as he established himself as a top defender in first season...Played a team­high 1,747 minutes...Tallied four shots, including two shots on goal, in first collegiate game, at Thomas (8/25)...Scored first career point with an assist versus No. 1 Lynn (9/29)...Answered with an assist against #2 Nova Southeastern (10/6) and first career goal in Saint Leo (10/10) game...Tallied a game­winning goal and assist in SSC tournament championship victory over #10 Lynn (11/4)...Played in both NCAA tourney contests, recording a shot against No. 10 Lynn (11/9) while playing 110 minutes versus No. 18 Montevallo (11/11)...Played the entire game in 18 of 19 con­ tests...Credited with a shot in 10 games. As a Freshman (2006): Sat out 2006 season as a redshirt. High School: Played for Malmo Borgarskala High School...Attended same high school as teammate Daniel Bergstrand...Won youth national champi­ onship with Malmo FF...Was also on two runner­up teams...Played for the U­17 Swedish national team. Personal: Played for the Bradenton Academics in the summer of 2009, helping team to PDL final four…Son of Bo and Ingrid Ingvarsson...One of five children...Criminology major…Birthdate: 4/18/83.

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Ingvarsson’s Career Highs Points: 3 vs. Lynn (11/4/07) Goals: 1 twice, last vs. Lynn (11/4/07) Assists: 1 several times, last vs. Lynn (11/4/2007) Shots: 4 twice, last vs. St. Thomas (10/16/07) Shots on Goal: 2 twice, last vs. Lynn (11/4/07)

Getting to Know Dan Career Goals ............................................Play professional soccer Favorites Food ....................................................................Chinese and Mexican Sports Team ..........................................................Manchester United Ingvarsson’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2007 19 17 2008 21 21 TOTALS 40 38

G 2 6 8

A 3 0 3

Pts 7 12 19

Shots 20 33 53

Shot% .100 .182 .151

SOG 8 15 23

SOG% .400 .455 .434

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GWG 1 1 2

PK-Att 1-1 3-3 4-4

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Matt Karn

#25

Sophomore Defender 6-2, 170 Pueblo, Colorado Centennial High School

As a Freshman: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Played in 13 games for the Spartans…Recorded a career­high 67 minutes against Florida College (9/8)…Also played 58 min­ utes versus Johnson & Wales (10/20)…Saw action in both the SSC tournament championship and the NCAA South Regional title games against Lynn (11/9, 11/16). High School: Played for head coach Jeff Sterling at Centennial High School…MVP and team captain in 2007…First­team all­state in 2007…First­team all­ South Central League in 2005, 2006 and 2007…Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 and 2007…Helped guide team to three consecutive undefeated regular seasons from 2005­2007…Part of a team that was 66­5­1 in four­year career…Named All­Colorado team selection…Named second­team all­state as a sophomore and

junior…Also first­team Academic all­state and Denver Post first­team all­state…As a sophomore, was named honorable mention all­state by Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News…Started on school’s first state semifinal team…Selected to play in the MLS U­17 championship and the 2008 Colorado All­Star game…Honor student graduated with a 3.7 GPA and was student body Vice President…Played for the Corinthians club team…Helped team to four State Cup quarterfinalist appearances…Team was a 2006 State Cup finalist while competing in the Far West Regionals. Personal: Member of the National Honor Society and the Italian National Honor Society…Served as the coordinator for El Pomar Youth in Community Service…Recipient of a Presidential Scholarship…Helped with the El Pomar and Tom and Louie Cupboard Food Drive service organiz­ ers…Son of James and Barbara Karn…Youngest of three boys…Entrepreneurship major…Birthdate: 03/15/90.

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Karn’s Career Highs Minutes: 67 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Matt Career Goals ..........Become entrepreneur and open business Favorites Food......................................................................................................Sushi Movie....................................................40 Year Old Virgin, Gladiator Television Show ......................................................................Top Chef Actor/Actress ..................................................................Eva Longoria Professional Atlete..................................................................Luis Figo Historical Person................................................Martin Luther King Vacation Spot ..........................................The beach, snowboarding Sports Team ........................................................................Real Madrid Subject in School ........................................................................Science Website ..........................................................................www.espn.com Thing I like most about UT................Education, soccer team, ............................................................................................................location What I do in my spare time ................coach U­6 soccer team Karn’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 13 0 TOTALS 13 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

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GWG 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Student-Athletes

Pascal Milien

#14

Senior Forward 5-8, 165 Auburndale, Florida Lindsey Wilson College

As a Junior: First­team all­SSC…Daktronics first­ team all­South Region…NSCAA first­team all­South Region…Daktronics first­team all­ American…NSCAA third­team All­American…SSC All­Tournament Team…NCAA South Regional all­ tournament team (Most Outstanding Offensive Player)…NCAA National All­Tournament Team…Started in all 23 contests. Scored 11 goals throughout the year, including a three goal effort against Florida College (9/8) and a two goal effort against Saint Leo (11/7)…He also had 17 assists including a three assist effort against Flagler (10/17). Recorded a point in 16 games…Notched an assist versus Cal State­Dominguez Hills (12/5) in national semifinal. As a Sophomore (2007): SSC all­tournament team...SSC tournament Most Outstanding Player...Started nine of 13 games played while mak­ ing immediate impact in first year as a Spartan...Team leader with six assists was fourth with 10 points and second in shots (41) and shots on goal (20)...Made UT debut at Palm Beach Atlantic (9/14)...Credited with first point with assist versus Saint Leo (10/10)...Started a string of four straight games with a point as he tallied a goal and an assist with six shots against Florida Southern (10/13)...Had a assist in games with St. Thomas (10/16) and Barry (10/20)...Also had six shots in Barry game...Recorded a goal and assist in SSC tournament semifinal against Eckerd (11/2)...Also had an assist in SSC championship victory over #10 Lynn (11/4)...Played in both NCAA tourney games, recording a shot against #10 Lynn (11/8) and six shots versus #18 Montevallo (11/11)...Finished season with a shot in final 12 contests. As a Freshman (LWC): Played in 22 matches, starting 13 in his first year at Lindsey Wilson

College...Credited with six goals and five assists...Had 25 shots, 16 on goal...Scored his lone game­winning goal against Georgetown college (10/30)...First career collegiate goal came against Martin Methodist (9/8)...Top game was a two goal, one assist effort against West Virginia Tech (10/9). High School: Attended Auburndale High School, where he finished his career with 114 goals in three seasons...Also credited with 40 assists...Two­ time Lakeland Ledger Player of the Year...Named player of the year by the News Chief...High school local all­star...Helped team to a state champi­ onship...Tabbed Florida Gatorade Player of the Year...Florida Farmers Player of the Year and Admiral Cup MVP...Played club soccer for IMG Academy PDL. Personal: Played for the Chicago Fire Premier in the summer of 2009…Son of Felo Milien...Has three sisters...Sports management major...Birthdate: 5/3/86.

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Milien’s Career Highs Points: 3 twice, last vs. Eckerd (11/2/07) Goals: 1 twice, last vs. Eckerd (11/2/07) Assists: 1 several times, last vs. Lynn (11/4/07) Shots: 6 several times, last vs. Montevallo (11/11/07) Shots on Goal: 4 vs. Barry (10/20/07)

Getting to Know Pascal Superstitions ......................................................Pray before games Favorites Food........................................................................................Haitian food Movie..........................................................................Never Back Down Television Show..........................................................House of Payne Actor/Actress ......................................................Denzel Washington Vacation Spot......................................................................................Haiti Subject in School..................................................Physical education Thing I like most about UT ........................................The people What I do in my spare time ............................Play video games Milien’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2007 13 9 2008 21 21 TOTALS 34 30

G 2 11 13

A 6 16 22

Pts 10 38 48

Shots 41 82 123

Shot% .049 .134 .106

SOG 20 28 48

SOG% .488 .341 .390

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GWG 0 4 4

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Jordan Moses

#28

Sophomore Midfielder 6-0, 175 Kingston, Jamaica Caldwell College

As a Freshman: Played in 11 games in his first year with the Spartans...His lone start came against Johnson & Wales (10/20) in which he recorded his first collegiate multi­goal game and an assist to total a season­high five points…Scored his first col­ legiate goal against Barry (10/11)…Had an assist in SSC match with Florida Southern (10/24)…Earned playing time versus Cal State­Dominguez Hills (12/5) in NCAA national semifinal. High School: Attended St. George’s College, where he played for head coach Burtis Bell...Competed for the Manning Cup...Named to the all­tournament team...Played club soccer for Real Mona FC...Led club team to 2005 U­20 championship. Personal: Son of Peter Moses...Has two older broth­ ers...Brother, Jason, is a senior at UT...Computer Graphics major...Birthdate: 2/25/89.

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Moses’ Career Highs Points: 5 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Goals: 2 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Assists: 1 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (10/24/08) Shots: 2 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Shots on Goal: 2 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Minutes: 90 vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08)

Getting to Know Jordan Favorites Food ................................................................................................Chicken Movie ..................................................................Remember the Titans Television Show ..........................................................King of Queens Professional Athlete ....................................................................Zidane Vacation Spot ................................................................Negril, Jamaica Sports Team ........................................................................Real Madrid Thing I like most about UT ..............................Soccer program What I do in my spare time ..................Play computer games Moses’ Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 10 1 TOTALS 10 1

G 3 3

A 2 2

Pts 8 8

Shots 3 3

Shot% 1.000 1.000

SOG 3 3

SOG% 1.000 1.000

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GWG 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Chris O’Brien

#23

Junior Defender 5-10, 175 Ormond Beach, Florida Seabreeze High School

As a Sophomore: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Started in four games while playing in 14…Totaled 389 minutes in his second year at UT, including an 88 minute affair against Rollins (10/4)…Took a shot in matches versus Florida College (9/8), Truman State (9/11), and Barry (10/11)…Saw action in SSC tournament champi­ onship game versus Lynn (11/16). As a Freshman: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Played in six games as a rookie defender...First collegiate appearance was against #3 West Florida (8/31). High School: Named team Most Valuable Player three years­in­a­row while competing for Seabreeze High School...Played for head coach Angelo Rossi...Was named the team captain his sophomore, junior and senior years...Named to the

all­area team three times...Scored 28 goals and had 30 assists from the defensive line...Played in the East­West All­Star Game...Graduated with a 4.0 GPA...Was selected as a National Merit Scholar…Played club soccer for RSL Florida. Personal: Recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship...Assisted senior citizens in their home environment...Son of Patrick and Gina O’Brien...Has an older brother and sister and one younger sis­ ter...Business Economics major...Birthdate: 8/3/89.

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O’Brien’s Career Highs Shots: 1 several times, last vs. Barry (10/11/08) Minutes: 88 vs. Rollins (10/4/08)

Getting to Know Chris Superstitions ................................Listen to music before games Career Goals ..........................................................Attend law school Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Steak Movie ............................................The Guardian, Love of the Game Television Show ....................................................................Entourage Actor/Actress ..................................................................Kevin Lestner Professional Athlete ..........................Eddie Johnson, Sean Taylor Historical Person................................................Martin Luther King Vacation Spot ................................................................................Hawaii Sports Team ......Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars Subject in School..................................................................Economics Website ........................................................................www.yahoo.com Thing I like most about UT ......................................The campus What I do in my spare time ......................................................Chill O’Brien’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2007 6 0 2008 14 4 TOTALS 20 4

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots 0 3 0

Shot% .000 .000 .000

SOG 0 0 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000

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GWG 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Greg Sasser

#13

Sophomore Forward 5-11, 170 Tampa, Florida Jesuit High School

As a Freshman: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Played in 16 matches in his first year with the Spartans, starting one…Registered at least one point in first four matches of career…First goal came against Florida College (9/8)…Scored five goals including a game­winner against conference rival Nova Southeastern (9/24) and another game­win­ ner against Truman State (9/11). High School: Played for head coach Bob Baumann at Jesuit High School…Tampa Tribune and St. Petersburg Times first­team all­county in 2008…Scored three goals with two assists while playing as a defender…According to the Tampa Tribune, “considered one of areas best defenders by coaches”…Helped Jesuit allow the least amount of goals in 2007­08 season…Team advanced to the 5A state Final Four…Scored the game­winning goal in

regional semifinals…Selected to play in the Disney Showcase…Played for the RSL Florida club team…Helped team to runner­up performance at 2008 Score at the Shore…Team also captured 2008 Jefferson Cup championship while finishing first in the CDL League. Personal: Recipient of Florida Medallion Scholarship…Volunteered with Faith Café, Project Outreach and Adam’s House…Son of Marc and Lauren Sasser…Has an older brother, Phillip…Finance major…Birthdate: 8/22/90.

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Sasser’s Career Highs Points: 3 twice, last vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Goals: 1 several times, last vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Assists: 1 several times, last vs. J&W (10/20/08) Shots: 8 vs. Florida College (9/8/08) Shots on Goal: 6 vs. Florida College (9/8/08) Minutes: 63 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Greg Superstitions ................Wear six shin guard sleeves, two over ..........................................each shin guard and one over each foot Career Goals ..........................Become successful entrepreneur, ..............................................................................................start business Favorites Food..................................................................................................Lobster Movie ................................................................Dude, Where’s My Car Television Show ..............................................................................ESPN Actor/Actress ......................................................Denzel Washington Professional Athlete ....................................................Deion Sanders Historical Person....................................................Pope John Paul II Vacation Spot ..............................................................................Jamaica Sports Team..................................................................................Arsenal Subject in School ....................................................................Sociology Website ....................................................................www.youtube.com Thing I like most about UT..............................................Weather What I do in my spare time........Workout, tube, wakeboard, ......................................................................................go to beach, relax Sasser’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 15 1 TOTALS 15 1

G 5 5

A 3 3

Pts 13 13

Shots 18 18

Shot% .278 .278

SOG 14 14

SOG% .778 .778

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GWG 2 2

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Karl Swan

#18

Sophomore Midfielder 5-10, 155 Clearwater, Florida Countryside High School

As a Freshman: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Started in 20 of 23 games…Played a season­high 110 minutes against Christian Brothers (8/28) to open the season…Recorded two assists against Florida College (9/8)...Logged 108 minutes of playing time against Tusculum (11/23) in the national quarterfinal match and 94 against Cal State­Dominguez Hills (12/5) in national semifinal…Played at least 90 min­ utes in 15 contests…Logged 108 minutes of playing time against Tusculum (11/23) in NCAA national quarterfinal and 94 versus Cal State­Dominguez Hills (12/5) in national semifinal…Played 90­plus minutes in 15 contests. High School: Four­year starter at Countryside High School, where he played for head coach David Sica…Helped team to regional and state semifinalist games in 2005…Honorable mention selection that helped his team capture the district, regional and state

championship in 2006…Second team all­county per­ former that helped guide his team to the 2007 district championship and class 6A state title…First team all­ conference selection, team captain and MVP in 2008…Named first­team all­county by St. Petersburg Times…Won MVP of 2008 Pinellas vs. Hillsborough all­star game…2005 and 2007 Hurricane Watch champions…2006 and 2007 Puma Challenge champi­ ons…2007 Admiral champions…Played for the RSL Florida club team…Helped team to 2004, 2006 and 2007 state championship…Team also captured two Disney championships while winning 2004 region­ als…Was 2004 national runner­up…Tagged by Real Salt Lake as a “homegrown player”. Personal: Volunteered for Relay for Life and served as a youth soccer coach…Member of the National Honor Society with a perfect 4.0 GPA…Son of Frank and Attracta Swan…Youngest of four children…Accounting major…Birthdate: 11/23/89.

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Swan’s Career Highs Points: 3 twice, last vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Goals: 1 several times, last vs. Johnson & Wales (10/20/08) Assists: 1 several times, last vs. J&W (10/20/08) Shots: 8 vs. Florida College (9/8/08) Shots on Goal: 6 vs. Florida College (9/8/08) Minutes: 63 vs. Florida College (9/8/08)

Getting to Know Karl Superstitions ............Wear Steven Gerrard shirt under jersey Career Goals ..........Own business and continue involvement ..................................................................................................with soccer Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Steak Movie ........................................................................................Old School Television Show ..................................................................Family Guy Actor/Actress ......................................................................Will Ferrell Professional Athlete ..............Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres Historical Person ......................................................John F. Kennedy Vacation Spot ................................................................................Europe Sports Team ................................................Liverpool Football Club Subject in School ........................................................................History Website ....................................................................www.liverpoolfc.tv Thing I like most about UT ................Atmosphere, proximity What I do in my spare time ......................Play golf and tennis Swan’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 20 18 TOTALS 20 18

G 0 0

A 2 2

Pts 2 2

Shots 10 10

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 4 4

SOG% .400 .400

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GWG 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Student-Athletes

Ryan Thompson

#99

Senior Goalkeeper 6-1, 200 Kingston, Jamaica Ardenne & Camperdown HS

As a Junior: First­team all­SSC…SSC Defensive Player of the Year…Daktronics first­team all­South Region…NSCAA second­team all­South Region…Daktronics third­team All­American …SSC all­tournament team…NCAA South Regional all­ tournament team (Most Outstanding Defensive Player)…SSC Defensive Player of the Week (four times)…SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Started all 23 of the Spartans’ games…Recorded eight shutouts and allowed only 25 goals on 325 shots on goal…Set school record with 15 saves in consecutive games against Barry (10/11) and Eckerd (10/14)…Opened season with consecutive shutouts versus Christian Brothers (8/28) and Alabama­ Huntsville (8/30)…Also notched notable shutouts against defending national champion Franklin Pierce (9/13), Rollins (10/4), and Montevallo (11/14) in the NCAA South Regional. As a Sophomore: SSC all­tournament team...NCAA South Regional all­tournament team...SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Played in final seven games, earning six starts...First appearance came against St. Thomas (10/16)...Team leader with a 1.01 GAA and 36 saves...Notched first of five victo­ ries versus Barry (10/20)...Registered lone shutout at Eckerd (10/26) while tallying five saves...Notched wins in both SSC tournament victo­ ries with one save against Eckerd (11/2) and three versus #10 Lynn (11/4)...Had seven saves in NCAA South Regional game with #10 Lynn (11/8)...Registered season­high 13 saves and 11 minutes in NCAA regional final meeting with #18 Montevallo (11/11). As a Freshman: Started all eight matches played...Saw his first action against Christian Brothers (9/10)...Registered his first collegiate shutout in second career game, versus Barry (9/17)...Had a season high seven saves against

Rollins (9/20)...Also had six saves versus Florida Southern (9/15) and five against Saint Leo (9/22). High School: Attended Ardenne and Camperdown High School...Also played for Jamaica U­20 national team...Competed with national team in Germany. Personal: Participated with Bradenton Academics in summer of 2009…Played PDL at IMG Academy in summer of 2008...Member of the Jamaican U­20 and U­23 national team…Volunteered with home­ less and disabled through the CSA...Son of Mary Alexander...Marketing major...Birthdate: 1/7/85.

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Thompson’s Career Highs Saves: 13 vs. Montevallo (11/11/07) Shots Faced: 26 vs. Montevallo (11/11/07) Minutes: 110 vs. Montevallo (11/11/07)

Getting to Know Ryan Superstitions ............................Pray before games and kiss my ....................................................................best friend (the goal post) Career Goals ............................................Play professional soccer Favorites Food ....................................................Baked chicken, rice and peas Movie ..................................................................Remember the Titans Actor/Actress ........................................................................Will Smith Historical Person ................................................................Bob Marley Professional Athlete ............John Lugi, Buffon and Ronaldhino Subject in School ....................................................................Sociology Thing I like most about UT ..Spartan spirit among athletes What I do in my spare time ........Talk and meet new people Thompson’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2006 8 8 2007 7 4 2008 21 21 TOTALS 36 33

Minutes 645:16 625:00 1816:31 3086:47

GA 16 7 20 43

GaAvg 2.23 1.01 0.99 1.25

Saves 25 36 105 166

Save% .610 .837 .840 .794

W 1 5 17 23

L 6 0 3 9

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T 0 1 1 2

Sho 1 1 8 10

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Lister Warren

#7

Junior Forward 6-1, 175 Spanish Town, Jamaica Cincinnati State CC

As a Sophomore: Played in all 23 of UT’s contests while starting in all but one…Tied for the team lead in goals with 11, including a two goal affair against Florida College (9/8)…Had three game­winning goals in matches against West Florida (9/19), Florida Southern (10/24), and Tusculum (11/23)…Tallied a goal and assist versus Saint Leo (11/7) in SSC tournament semifinal match. As a Freshman (CSCC, 2007): Attended Cincinnati State Technical and Community College… NSCAA All­American… First­team all­OCCAC…First­team all­ region…NSCAA/adidas all­North first­ team…Received the OCCAC Best Forward Award…Scored 14 goals and led the nation with 26 assists…Led the nation in assists. As a Freshman (CSCC, 2006): Did not play in first season while receiving a medical redshirt.

High School: Attended Spanish Town High School, where he played for Cecil Thomas and Anthony Thompson…Holds school record for most assists in a season…Scored 17 goals throughout high school career while capturing the Manning Cup…Played for the Royal Lakes F.C. club team. Personal: Volunteered at Cincinnati State’s summer soccer camps in 2007…Son of Lister and Marjorie Warren…One of seven children…Management major…Birthdate: 9/17/83.

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Warren’s Career Highs Points: 4 vs. Florida College (9/8/08) Goals: 2 vs. Florida College (9/8/08) Assists: 1 vs. Saint Leo (11/17/08) Shots: 6 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (10/7/08) Shots on Goal: 4 vs. Saint Leo (11/17/08) Minutes: 100 vs. Christian Brothers (8/28/08)

Getting to Know Lister Superstitions ............Joke around and listen to reggae music ................................................................................................before games Career Goals..............................Play soccer at professional level Favorites Food ......................................................Fried chicken, rice and peas Movie ................................The Punisher, Hit Man, Dusk Til Dawn Television Show ..................................................................Family Guy Actor/Actress ............................Denzel Washington, Will Ferrell Professional Athlete ........Ronaldinho, Robinho, Allen Iverson, ................................................................................................Asafa Powell Historical Person ................................................................Bob Marley Vacation Spot ..................................................................The Bahamas Sports Team............................................................Arsenal, Barcelona Subject in School ............................................................Social Studies Website ....................................................................www.youtube.com Thing I like most about UT ....................Environment, people What I do in my spare time ......Listen to music, play soccer, ....................................................................................................talk to girls Warren’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 21 20 TOTALS 21 20

G 9 9

A 1 1

Pts 19 19

Shots 40 40

Shot% .225 .225

SOG 20 20

SOG% .500 .500

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GWG 2 2

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer

Kyle Williams

#3

Senior Defender 6-1, 175 Nassau, Bahamas Bowling Green State Univ.

As a Junior (2008): SSC All­Tournament Team…NCAA South Regional All­Tournament Team…Martz Unsung Hero Award… Started all 23 games for the Spartans while playing 90 or more minutes in 19 of 23 contests… Scored his first goal as a Spartan against Flagler (10/17)…Recorded the game­winning goal against Montevallo (11/14) in a 1­0 victory in the opening round of the NCAA tour­ nament. As a Junior (2007): Did not play in the 2007 sea­ son while completing transfer to UT. As a Sophomore (BGSU): Attended Bowling Green State University in 2006…Played in 12 matches with seven starts...Scored one unassisted goal against IPFW on only shot on goal during 2006 season...Assisted on one goal against Pitt. As a Freshman (BGSU): In 2005, played in 18 matches while making six starts...Made collegiate debut against Sacred Heart University (9/3)...First goal as a Falcon was the game winning goal in the second overtime against then #11 Ohio State University...Game­winner gave the Falcons their first win since the 2003 season. Hgh School: Lettered four years at St. Andrew's School while playing for head coach Peter Wilson...Named 2004 League MVP...Recorded five goals in seven games to earn 2004 Most Improved Player recognition…Also played club soccer for FC...Played in CONCACAF U­23 Olympic qualifiers. Personal: Played for the Bradenton Academics team in the summer of 2009, helping team to a PDL final four performance…Member of the Bahamas senior men's national team…Volunteered to help clean the highway…Son of Kirk and Linda Williams…Has an older brother…International Business major…Birthdate: 10/4/87.

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Williams’ Career Highs Points: 2 twice, last vs. Montevallo (11/14/08) Goals: 1 twice, last vs. Montevallo (11/14/08) Shots: 1 several times, last vs. Montevallo (11/14/08) Shots on Goal: 1 several times, last vs. UM (11/14/08) Minutes: 110 vs. Christian Brothers (8/28/08)

Getting to Know Kyle Favorites Food ................................................Conch fritters, junkanoo punch Movie ........................................................................................City of God Williams’ Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 21 21 TOTALS 21 21

G 2 2

A 0 0

Pts 4 4

Shots 6 6

Shot% .333 .333

SOG 3 3

SOG% .500 .500

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GWG 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2009 University of Tampa Women’s Soccer

#30

Juan Pablo Bejano

Kim Bredde

Freshman

Freshman

Midfielder

Midfielder

5-10, 160

5-7, 160

Bogota, Colombia

Fjellhamar, Norway

Spruce Creek HS

Asker VGS

#29

High School: Attended Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange, Fla., where he played for coach Juan Arietta…Led his team to the FHSAA Final Four in 2008…Played with the Colombian Selective Team, ODP state team and the U­17 Millonarios FC…Member of the Ormand Beach club team.

High School: Attended Asker VGS & John Bauergymnaset Oslo…Played in the Norwegian Youth Championship as well as the Italy Cup, Norway Cup and Adidas Cup…Debuted with seniors at the age of 16…Played club soccer for Skarer Ball Klubb and coach Bjorn Throndsen.

Personal: Volunteered in his community by organizing cancer walks, hospital visits, and blood drives…Son of Rey and Vicky Bejarano…Has two older sisters, Tanya and Daniella…Exercise Science and Sport Studies major…Birthdate: 8/8/90.

Personal: Son of Tom and Bente Bredde…Sport Management major…Birthdate: 7/11/90.

Getting to Know Juan Superstitions................................................................Sends dad a text Career Goals ..........................................................Enter dental school Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Steak Movie ..........................................................................American Gangster Television Show....................................................................Nitro Circus Actor ..........................................................................Denzel Washington Historical Person ............................................Juan Roman Riquelme Vacation Spot ..............................................................................Colombia Professional Athlete ......................................Juan Roman Riquelme Sports Team..........................................................................Boca Juniors Website ....................................................................www.ole.clarin.com Thing I like most about UT..........................Overall atmosphere What I do in my spare time..............Extreme mountain biking

Getting to Know Kim Favorites Food......................................................................................................Fajitas Movie..............................................................................................Gladiator Television Show ..........................................................................The O.C. Actor ........................................................................................Matt Damon Vacation Spot ..............................................................................Marbella Professional Athlete ......................................Juan Roman Riquelme Sports Team ..........................................................................Real Madrid Subject in School ..................................................Sport management Thing I like most about UT ..................................................Climate What I do in my spare time ..................................Listen to music

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2009 University of Tampa Women’s Soccer

#24

Miles Callahan

Matt Davies

Freshman

Freshman

Defender/Midfielder

Defender/Midfielder

6-1, 165

5-9, 155

Cascais, Portugal

Crowborough, England

Carlucci School

Tunbridge Wells School

High School: Attended Carlucci American International School of Lisbon where he played under coach David Price…Two­time Athlete of the Year award winner…Three­time AMAC Soccer Gold Medalist and MVP who scored the winning header in the finals…Played club soccer for Primeiro Dezembro and coach Sergio Almeida…Helped team to second place finish in league. Personal: Volunteered for Habitat for Humanity…Was an IB Diploma Candidate…Son of Michael and Majken Callahan…Has two younger sisters, Nikita and Keisha…Communication major…Birthdate: 12/14/91.

#4

High School: Attended Tunbridge Wells Grammer School for Boys where he played under D. Menzies…Was team captain…Became the youngest player ever (15) to play U­19 for his school…Awarded Man of the Match for his state, despite being the youngest player by two years…Played club soccer for Tonbridge Angels and coaches Chris Hollyoak and Colin Blewden…Helped team to U­19 Ryman Youth League title from 2008­ 09…Also part of Kent Intermediate Cup and Suburban League championships…Participated in England Schools Summer Training Camp and Trials in 2008 and 2009. Played for Charlton Athletic Football Club Advance Centre and Academy for five years…Represented Brighton and Hove Albion and Gillingham FC…Carried a 4.0 GPA throughout high school.

Getting to Know Miles Superstitions..........................................Put left shin guard on first Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Sushi Movie..............................................................................................Evolution Television Show ..................................................................Fresh Prince Actor ........................................................................................Chris Tucker Vacation Spot ................................................................................Portugal Professional Athlete ........................................................................Zizou Sports Team ....................................................................................Arsenal Thing I like most about UT ................................................Location What I do in my spare time ......................................................Train

Personal: Is an FA Level 1 football coach…Volunteered to help operate local sporting events…Son of Roger and Geraldene Davies…Has one brother, Michael…International Business and Marketing major…Birthdate: 11/15/90. Getting to Know Matt Superstitions ..........................Always last out of the locker room Favorites Food......................................................................................................Indian Movie..............................................................................................Gladiator Television Show....................................................................Soccer A.M. Actor ............................................................................................Will Smith Historical Person....................................................Winston Churchill Vacation Spot............................................................................Caribbean Professional Athlete....................................................David Beckham Sports Team ............................................................Manchester United Subject in School ..................................................Sport management Thing I like most about UT ..................................................Climate What I do in my spare time ..................................Listen to music

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2009 University of Tampa Women’s Soccer

#9

Brian Fekete

Austin Fetzer

Freshman

Junior

Defender

Defender

6-0, 145

5-11, 175

Plant City, Florida

Hebron, Connecticut

Plant City HS

Manchester CC

High School: Attended Plant City High School where he played under coach Kasey Vanderluit…Won the State Cup twice...Played club soccer for Real Salt Lake…State cupchampions with Real Salt Lake...Also played beach soccer for The Wytes. Personal: Volunteered as a Big Brother and for the Special Olympics…Son of George and Patty Fekete…Has an older brother, Michael…General Studies major…Birthdate: 4/26/91. Getting to Know Brian Superstitions ........................................................................Wristbands Career Goals ......................................................................Make money Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Steak Movie ........................................................................................Tommy Boy Television Show ..............................................................................Avatar Actor ............................................................................................Will Smith Professional Athlete ................................................Cristiano Ronaldo Sports Team ................................................................Tennessee Titans Thing I like most about UT ....................................................Soccer

#27

Previous School: Played in all 18 games for Manchester Community College in his freshman season...Named team co­captain in 2008. High School: Attended Tunbridge Wells Grammer School for Boys where he played under D. Menzies…Was team captain…Became the youngest player ever (15) to play U­19 for his school…Awarded Man of the Match for his state, despite being the youngest player by two years…Played club soccer for Tonbridge Angels and coaches Chris Hollyoak and Colin Blewden…Helped team to U­19 Ryman Youth League title from 2008­ 09…Also part of Kent Intermediate Cup and Suburban League championships…Participated in England Schools Summer Training Camp and Trials in 2008 and 2009. Played for Charlton Athletic Football Club Advance Centre and Academy for five years…Represented Brighton and Hove Albion and Gillingham FC…Carried a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. Personal: Is an FA Level 1 football coach…Volunteered to help operate local sporting events…Son of Roger and Geraldene Davies…Has one brother, Michael…International Business and Marketing major…Birthdate: 11/15/90. Getting to Know Austin Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Steak Movie............................................................................................Fight Club Television Show ....................................................................Family Guy Actor ....................................................................................Christian Bale Vacation Spot ......................................................San Diego, California Professional Athlete ......................................................Thierry Henry Sports Team ............................................................Manchester United Subject in School ......................................................................Business Thing I like most about UT ......................Soccer, Weather, City What I do in my spare time......................................Soccer, guitar

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#6

Dominic Goncalves

Joey Gratt

Freshman

Freshman

Defender

Midfielder

5-8, 160

6-1, 190

Egham, England

Clearwater, Florida

Richmond-Upon-Thames HS

Countryside HS

High School: Attended Richmond­Upon­ Thames where he played under coach Asa Sanderson...Was team captain…Salesian School Player of the Year in 2005, 2006, and 2007…Played club soccer for Staines Town Juniors and coach Dave Stroud…Named Player of the Month for April of 2008 and Managers Player of the Season from 2007­08...Sports Personality of the Year runner­up 2008...Player of the Year 2009. Personal: Recipient of UT Honors Scholarship…Helped at primary school by preparing a class for leavers assembly…Volunteered at the Cancer Research 5K “Race for Life”…Son of Mark and Rosemarie Goncalves…Has one older brother Phillip…Public Health major…Birthdate: 5/27/91. Getting to Know Dominic Superstitions ......................Put left shin guard and boot on first Favorites Food................................................................................Peri­Peri Chicken Movie ............................................................................................Star Wars Television Show......................................................................South Park Actor ..............................................................................Morgan Freeman Vacation Spot..............................................................Madeira, Portugal Historical Person ....................................................Winston Churchill Professional Athlete ................................................Lance Armstrong Sports Team ............................................................................Fulham F.C. What I do in my spare time........................Train, Go to the gym

#11

High School: Attended Countryside High School where he played under coach Dave Sica…Led club team to the 2008 Raleigh Tournament Championship, 2008 Jefferson Cup Championship, 2007 Tampa Bay Sun Bowl Championship and other local tournament championships…Played in 2009 Hillsborough vs. Pinellas Senior All Star Team…2009 varsity MVP. Personal: Volunteered for the City of Clearwater as a camp counselor and for the TOPS program…Son of Joe and Barbara Gratt…Sport Management major…Birthdate: 1/21/91. Getting to Know Joey Superstitions ............................Listen to music, eat fruit roll­ups Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Steak Movie ................................................................Batman, Fast & Furious Television Show ............................Myth Busters, Horsepower TV Actor ......................................................Christian Bale, Adam Sandler Historical Person ............................................................Henry T. Ford Vacation Spot ..................................................................................Hawaii Professional Athlete ......................Derek Jeter, Cristiano Ronaldo Sports Team ............................................................Manchester United Subject in School ..............................................................................Math Thing I like most about UT ..........Great soccer team, location What I do in my spare time ........................Soccer, Work on car

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#28

Daniel Josepher

Tim Maline

Freshman

Sophomore

Forward/Midfielder

Goalkeeper

5-10, 170

6-5, 210

Manorville, New York

Herndon, Virginia

Eastport HS

Oakton HS

High School: Attended Eastport/South Manor High School where he played under coach Russell Lewis…Holds the records for total goals (54) and assists (35) for his high school…Also holds his high school Triple Jump record in track…Played club soccer for Sachem SC Arsenal and coach Mike Atkinson…Helped team to several champi­ onships, including the Long Island Shootout, Finalist LI Premier Cup, East End Tournament, BU15 Waldbaum’s Challenge Cup and the Holliston (Vt.) Memorial Day Tournament…Team also captured the ENYYSA Premier League, South Bay Sportsplex Indoor League and Long Island Futbol League titles…Selected to play in the MAPS/MSSL Winter Showcase, Potomac Memorial Day Showcase, Columbia Memorial Day Showcase and the Score at the Shore…Also chosen as a representative at all­ star events including the UCSB Elite ID Camp all­star match, Elite 300 ID all­star match and the Long Island ODP Program. Personal: Recipient of UT Presidential and a New York Regents Scholarship…Member of the National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society…Volunteered in many drives throughout his community…Member of Natural Helpers…Helped in the Ride for ALS and the NAMI Walk…Son of Bob and Kathy Josepher…Has an older brother (Billy) and younger sister (Kelli)…Cousin Zach Josepher plays hockey at Michigan State…International Business and Finance major…Birthdate: 7/1/91.

#34

As a Sophomore (2008): Did not receive any play­ ing time while serving as a reserve goalkeeper. As a Freshman (2007): Did not see any playing time while redshirting in his first collegiate season. High School: Played for Oakton High School for head coach T.J. White...Also competed for the SYA Rangers. Personal: Son of Joe and Beth Maline...Economics major...Has a brother, Matt…Birthdate: 11/24/88. Getting to Know Tim Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Oreos Movie ..........................................................................Good Will Hunting Television Show ............................................................Californication Actor ............................................................John C. Reilly, Blake Lively Historical Person ................................................................Paul Revere Vacation Spot ..................................................................................Hawaii Professional Athlete ......................................................Alex Ovechkin Sports Team..........................................................Washington Capitals Subject in School ..................................................................Economics Thing I like most about UT................................................Weather What I do in my spare time ......................................................Sleep

Getting to Know Daniel Favorites Food ................................................................................Tacos & Burritos Movie ............................................................Goal II: Living the Dream Television Show ............................................Scrubs, That 70’s Show Actor ........................................................................................Jim Sturgess Vacation Spot..............................................................................California Professional Athlete ................................................Cristiano Ronaldo Sports Team..............................................................Manchester United Thing I like most about UT..............Weather, Soccer Program What I do in my spare time ....................Hang out with friends

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#21

Matt Noble

Diego Pestana

Freshman

Freshman

Defender

Goalkeeper

5-9, 140

6-1, 150

Tampa, Florida

Spring Hill, Florida

Wharton HS

Bishop McLaughlin HS

#32

High School: Attended Wharton High School where he played under coach Scott Ware…Played in 2009 Hillsborough County All­Star Game…Played in 2009 FACA All­Star Game…Led team to a 5A cham­ pionship in his junior year…Played club soccer for Real Salt Lake.

High School: Attended Bishop McLaughlin Catholic School where he played under coach John Mayer…Two­time all­Pasco County selection… Played in every game during his four years (school record)…Posted a record 1.4 goals against average during high school…Posted 14 shutouts during his junior and senior years with 154 saves…Owns Personal: Volunteered at the FHSSA Final school records for games played, GAA, shutouts, Four…Was awarded the Jan Hetrick award for acad­ saves and record…Played club soccer for Hernando emic excellence…Son of Bruce and Lorrie Heat under coaches Kevin Bock and Sam Hill. Noble…Has two younger siblings, Alex and Natalie…Pre­Dentistry Major…Birthdate: 4/2/91. Personal: Recipient of Florida Bright Futures Medallion Scholarship…Volunteered at a local Getting to Know Matt Career Goals ............Be a professional soccer player or dentist church, Metropolitan Ministries and the 2008 pres­ Favorites idential campaign…Son of Hugo and Patricia Food ..................................................................................Pepperoni pizza Pestana…Has two older siblings, Douglas and Movie ......................................................................................Step Brother Television Show ..................................................................................Lost Nadia…Government and World Affairs Actor ..........................................................................................Will Ferrell major…Birthdate: 11/4/90. Vacation Spot ....................................................................................Beach Professional Athlete ....................................................Frank Lampard Sports Team ................................................................Machester United Thing I like most about UT..........................................Soccer team What I do in my spare time ..........................................Play sports

Getting to Know Diego Superstitions..............Listen to iPod, put gear on a certain way Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Steak Movie ............................................................................................Star Wars Television Show ................................................Fox Football Fone­In Actor ......................................................................................Liam Neeson Historical Person ................................................................John Adams Vacation Spot ......................................................Cartagena, Colombia Professional Athlete....................................................Frank Lampard Sports Team............................................................................Chelsea F.C. Subject in School ..........................................................................History Thing I like most about UT................................................Location What I do in my spare time ........Read, hang out with friends

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John Reddick Freshman Midfielder 5-11, 160 Tallahassee, Florida

#31

Lincoln HS

High School: Attended Lincoln High School where he played under coach Santiago Molina…Holds record for single­season assists with 19…Was a four year starter and three year team captain…First­ team All­Big Bend his junior year…Tallied 23 goals and 40 assists in his high school career…Played club soccer for Tallahassee United Futbol Club under coaches Alex Minton and Andy Warner…Helped team to Adidas Cup Championship. Personal: Recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship and Gold Medallion Bright Futures…Helped with coastal clean­ups…Member of the Florida Olympic Development Program (ODP)…Member of National Honor Society…President of a community service club…Volunteered as a youth soccer coach…Son of Ernest and Nancy Reddick…Has an older sister, Ashley…Environmental Science major…Birthdate: 1/14/91. Getting to Know John Superstitions ..................................................Left cleat goes on first Favorites Food............................................................................................Pulled­pork Movie....................................................................................................Snatch Television Show ......................................................The Office, Scrubs Vacation Spot ..........................................Mountains or beach house Professional Athlete ......................................................Steven Garrard Sports Team..............................................................Manchester United Thing I like most about UT ..........................................The People What I do in my spare time ................Music, play other sports

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2008 Schedule/Results Date 8/28 8/30 9/8

9/11 9/13

9/16 9/19

9/24 10/1 10/4 10/7 10/11

10/14

10/17 10/20

10/24 10/29 11/7 11/9 11/14 11/16

11/23

12/5

Opponent W/L Score Overall Conf Attend Goals scored at Christian Brothers T 0-0 (2 ot) 0-0-1 0-0 385 vs Alabama-Huntsville W 1-0 1-0-1 0-0 34 Ryan Maxwell (Greg Sasser) FLORIDA COLLEGE W 16-0 2-0-1 0-0 182 Andrej Gulan (Ryan Maxwell), Ryan Maxwell (penalty kick), Lister Warren (Ryan Maxwell), Pascal Milien (Lee Inglis), Pascal Milien (David Mitchell), Pascal Milien (unassisted), Lister Warren (Austin Alvarado), Austin Alvarado (Karl Swan), Austin Alvarado (Ryan Griffin), Greg Sasser (unassisted), Gavin Scott (Karl Swan), Austin Alvarado (unassisted), Tom Layrisse (Andrej Gulan), Andrej Gulan (Greg Sasser), Tom Layrisse (Austin Alvarado), Tom Layrisse (unassisted) vs Truman State W 2-0 3-0-1 0-0 78 Greg Sasser (Pascal Milien) Ryan Maxwell (unassisted) vs Franklin Pierce W 3-0 4-0-1 0-0 67 Jorge Jimenez (Ryan Maxwell) Lister Warren (Pascal Milien) Greg Sasser (Ryan Griffin) at Saint Leo* L 3-1 4-1-1 0-1 239 Ryan Maxwell (unassisted) #18 WEST FLORIDA W 3-1 5-1-1 0-1 472 Ryan Griffin (unassisted) Lister Warren (Pascal Milien) Dan Ingvarsson (penalty kick) NOVA SOUTHEASTERN* W 2-1 6-1-1 1-1 361 Lister Warren (Andrej Gulan) Greg Sasser (Pascal Milien) at #1 Lynn* L 4-1 6-2-1 1-2 463 Andrej Gulan (Ryan Griffin) ROLLINS* W 2-0 7-2-1 2-2 807 Mike Bethel (Pascal Milien) Pascal Milien (unassisted) PALM BEACH ATLANTIC W 1-0 8-2-1 2-2 413 Pascal Milien (Ryan Griffin) at Barry* W 3-2 (2 ot) 9-2-1 3-2 175 TEAM (unassisted) Ryan Maxwell (unassisted) Jordan-Peter Moses (Ryan Maxwell) ECKERD* W 3-1 10-2-1 4-2 265 Dan Ingvarsson (penalty kick) Pascal Milien (unassisted) Jorge Jimenez (Pascal Milien) FLAGLER W 4-0 11-2-1 4-2 1,030 Ryan Maxwell (Pascal Milien) Lister Warren (Pascal Milien), Mike Bethel (Ryan Maxwell), Kyle Williams (Pascal Milien) JOHNSON & WALES W 8-0 12-2-1 4-2 194 Pascal Milien (Jordan-Peter Moses) Jordan-Peter Moses (Pascal Milien), Lister Warren (unassisted), Jordan-Peter Moses (Mike Bethel;Greg Sasser), Greg Sasser (Tom Layrisse), Mike Bethel (Jorge Jimenez), Hamza El Haouati (unassisted), Jorge Jimenez (unassisted) at Florida Southern* W 4-1 13-2-1 5-2 183 Dan Ingvarsson (unassisted), Lister Warren (Pascal Milien;Ryan Griffin), Dan Ingvarsson (penalty kick), Andrej Gulan (Pascal Milien;Jordan-Peter Moses) FLORIDA TECH* W 4-1 14-2-1 6-2 136 Ryan Maxwell (Pascal Milien), Pascal Milien (Tom Layrisse), Ryan Maxwell (Pascal Milien), Ryan Thompson (penalty kick) vs Saint Leo# W 4-1 15-2-1 6-2 76 Pascal Milien (Mike Bethel), Ryan Maxwell (Pascal Milien), Pascal Milien (Lister Warren), Lister Warren (Ryan Thompson) at #2 Lynn# L 4-0 15-3-1 6-2 203 vs Montevallo& W 1-0 16-3-1 6-2 87 Kyle Williams (Pascal Milien) at #1 Lynn& W 3-2 17-3-1 6-2 427 Pascal Milien (Mike Bethel) Dan Ingvarsson (unassisted) Dan Ingvarsson (unassisted) at #11 Tusculum% W 3-2 (2 ot) 18-3-1 6-2 386 Ryan Griffin (Zach Fraser;Dan Ingvarsson) Dan Ingvarsson (penalty kick) Lister Warren (David Mitchell) #9 CSU-Dominguez Hills$ L 2-3 (ot) 18-4-1 6-2 1,034 Ryan Maxwell (David Mitchell) Lister Warren (Pascal Milien)

* - Sunshine State Conference game # - SSC Tournament game (at Lynn) & - NCAA South Regional (at Lynn) % - NCAA Quarterfinal (at Tusculum) $ - NCAA Semifinal (at Tampa)

ATTENDANCE Total Home Away Neutral

Total Dates 23 9 8 6

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Total 7,128 3,860 1,892 1,376

Average 310 429 236 229

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2008 Individual Statistics Overall: 18-4-1, SSC: 6-2, Home: 6-2, Away: 5-3, Neutral: 2-0-1 ## 14 8 7 10 13 5 6 15 22 19 28 12 3 99 16 4 11 18 17 20 23 26 33 32 25 21 1

Name Pascal Milien Ryan Maxwell Lister Warren Dan Ingvarsson Greg Sasser Andrej Gulan Mike Bethel Ryan Griffin Tom Layrisse Austin Alvarado Jordan-Peter Moses Jorge Jimenez Kyle Williams Ryan Thompson David Mitchell Gavin Scott Hamza El Haouati Karl Swan Lee Inglis Zach Fraser Chris O'Brien Francisco Colon Marcelo Rubio Clete Goddard Matt Karn Blake Newton Michael Torrance Totals Opponents

GP-GS 23-23 21-21 23-22 23-23 16-1 21-9 17-11 21-17 17-10 9-0 11-1 19-1 23-23 23-23 21-10 10-0 6-1 22-20 20-12 22-21 14-4 5-0 1-0 3-0 13-0 1-0 2-0 23 23

Min 1944 1590 1485 1976 425 954 791 1543 1018 156 235 382 1969 2018 973 158 108 1819 1131 1762 389 155 18 86 258 0 7 -

G 11 10 11 7 5 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71 26

A 17 5 1 1 3 3 3 5 2 2 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54 21

Pts 39 25 23 15 13 11 9 9 8 8 8 7 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 196 73

Sh 86 67 48 42 18 16 8 37 4 4 3 9 6 1 3 6 1 10 2 7 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 382 334

Shot% .128 .149 .229 .167 .278 .250 .375 .054 .750 .750 1.000 .333 .333 1.000 .000 .167 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .186 .078

SOG 30 33 25 20 14 8 4 15 3 3 3 6 3 1 0 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 177 154

SOG% .349 .493 .521 .476 .778 .500 .500 .405 .750 .750 1.000 .667 .500 1.000 .000 .333 1.000 .400 .000 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .463 .461

YC-RC 1-0 7-1 3-0 0-0 1-1 2-0 0-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 24-3 52-3

GW 4 3 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 4

## 00 1 TM

Name Ryan Thompson Kevin St. John TEAM Totals Opponents

GP-GS 7-4 13-13

Minutes 625:00 1135:42 0:00 1760:42 1760:42

GA 7 24 0 31 37

Avg 1.01 1.90 0.00 1.58 1.89

Saves 36 33 6 75 105

Pct .837 .579 1.000 .708 .739

W 5 8 0 13 5

L 0 5 0 5 13

T 1 0 0 1 1

Sho 1 1 0 2 3

Faced 91 138 0 229 296

19 19

GOALS BY PERIOD Tampa Opponents

1st 20 14

2nd 14 17

OT 1 0

OT2 2 0

Total 37 31

SHOTS BY PERIOD Tampa Opponents

1st 126 110

2nd 164 117

OT 7 4

OT2 7 8

Total 304 239

SAVES BY PERIOD Tampa Opponents

1st 35 42

2nd 34 59

OT 1 2

OT2 5 2

Total 75 105

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1st Tampa 50 Opponents 39

2nd 41 44

OT 1 3

OT2 1 1

Total 93 87

FOULS BY PERIOD Tampa Opponents

2nd 156 155

OT 3 7

OT2 1 6

Total 294 310

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Totals Dates/Avg Per Date

1st 134 142

UT 1,881 8/235

PK-ATT 0-0 1-2 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-7 1-1

OPPONENTS 1,972 8/246

Kyle Williams

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2008 Team Statistics SHOTS Goals-Shot attempts Goals per game Shot percentage Shots on goal-Attempts SOG percentage Shots/Game Assists

UT 71-382 3.09 .186 177-382 .463 16.6 52

OPPONENTS 26-334 1.13 .078 154-334 .461 14.5 21

CORNER KICKS

106

102

PENALTY KICKS

6-7

1-1

OFFSIDES

58

41

PENALTIES Fouls Yellow cards Red cards

UT 221 24 3

OPPONENTS 318 52 3

Ryan Thompson

2008 Individual Honors and Awards Daniel Bergstrand SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Zach Fraser SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Pascal Milien SSC all­tournament team SSC tourney Most Outstanding Player NSCAA All­South Region (first team) Daktronics All­South Region (first team) NSCAA All­American (third team) Daktronics All­American (first team)

Ryan Griffin SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

David Mitchell SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Dan Ingvarsson All­SSC (first team) NSCAA All­South Region (second team) Daktronics All­American (second team) Daktronics All­South Region (first team) SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Chris O’Brien SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Adrian Bush SSC Coach of the Year NSCAA Coach of the Year

Greg Sasser SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll Karl Swan SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Matt Karn SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll Tim Maline SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll Ryan Maxwell All­SSC (first team) NSCAA All­South Region (second team) Daktronics All­American (second team) Daktronics All­South Region (first team) SSC All­Tournament Team NCAA South Regional All­Tournament NCAA National All­Tournament NSCAA Scholar All­American

Ryan Thompson SSC all­tournament team NCAA South Regional all­tourney Team SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll SSC Defensive Player of the Week (9/2) SSC Defensive Player of the Week (9/29) SSC Defensive Player of the Week (10/13) SSC Defensive Player of the Week (10/20) Kyle Williams SSC all­tournament team NCAA South Regional All­tourney Team Martz Unsung Hero Award

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Yearly Results Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

Record 0­12­1 n/a 5­7­0 6­8­1 9­4­1 11­3­0 8­5­0 13­3­0 15­0­3 19­2­0 15­3­3 16­6­0 10­10­1 13­7­1 16­3­1 11­6­2 19­0­2 14­3­1 17­4­1 15­4­0 14­3­1 15­2­1 18­1­2 14­4­2 16­3­0 12­5­1 6­8­2 14­4­0 19­0­2 5­10­2 9­7­3 6­9­1 7­7­3 8­9­1 13­5­1 18­4­1 410­178­38

Head Coach Joe Wiendl Club Team Alex Pringle Alex Pringle Larry Delamarter Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Jay Miller Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Tom Fitzgerald Keith Fulk Keith Fulk Keith Fulk Keith Fulk Keith Fulk Keith Fulk Dawson Driscoll Dawson Driscoll Tom Fitzgerald Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Adrian Bush

SSC (Finish)

4­1 (1) 6­0 (1) 5­0 (1) 4­2 (3) 6­0 (1) 5­0 (1) 6­1 (2) 5­1 (1) 6­0 (1) 5­1 (2) 5­1 (1) 6­1 (2) 7­0 (1) 7­0 (1) 5­1­1 (1) 6­0 (1) 5­2 (T­2) 1­5­1 (T­7) 5­2 (T­2) 6­0­1 (1) 3­3­1 (4) 2­3­2 (5) 2­5­1 (7) 2­4­2 (6) 2­6­0 (T­8) 6­2 (2) 6­2 (2) 122­41­9

NCAA Tournament

NCAA Finish

0­1 3­0 1­1 3­1 0­1

Quarterfinalist National Champions Quarterfinalist National Runner­Up Quarterfinalist

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

Quarterfinalist National Semifinalist Regional Representative Quarterfinalist Regional Representative Quarterfinalist National Runner­Up Regional Representative National Champions Quarterfinalist Quarterfinalist Regional Representative

4­0

National Champions

1­0­1 3­1 26­16­1

Regional Representative NCAA Semifinalist 20 of 35 years

Sunshine State Conference Championships (13) 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001 Sunshine State Conference Tournament Championships (1) 2007 Regional Championships (6) 1981, 1983, 1987, 1992, 1994, 2001, 2008 National Championships (3) 1981, 1994, 2001

Tampa Coaching History Coach Joe Wiendle Alex Pringle Larry Delamarte Jay Miller Tom Fitzgerald Keith Fulk Dawson Driscoll Adrian Bush

Year(s) 1973 1975­76 1977 1978­86 1987­95, 2004 1996­2001 2002­03 2005­current

# of years one year two years one year nine years 10 years six years two years four years

Record 0­12­1 11­15­1 9­4­1 120­39­8 145­35­12 81­24­7 14­17­5 46­25­6

Jay Miller 1981 National Champions

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Tom Fitzgerald 1994 National Champions

Keith Fulk 2001 National Champions

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NCAA Tournament History National Championships 1981, 1994, 2001

-def. Cal. State-LA 1-0 (ot)

1982 - South Region

1987 - National Semifinalist

National Runners-Up 1983, 1992

NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -defeated Central Florida 5-1 -lost Florida International 4-1

NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. Florida Tech 2-1 NCAA Semifinals hosted by Tampa -lost to Cal. State-Northridge 3-0

Total NCAA Appearances: 20 NCAA Tourney Record: 26-16-1 South Regional Record: 17-12-1 Semifinals Record: 5-2 Finals Record: 3-2

1980 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -lost to Florida International 1-0

1983 - National Runner-Up NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. Davis & Elkins 2-1 (2 ot, pk) -def. Fla. International 3-2 (2 ot, pk) NCAA Semifinals hosted by Tampa -def. Southern Conn. State 2-1 NCAA Finals hosted by Tampa -lost to Seattle Pacific 1-0

-lost to Davis & Elkins 3-1

1988 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -lost to Gannon 3-1 NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida Tech -def. Florida Tech 2-0 (ot) hosted by UNC­Greensboro -lost to UNC-Greensboro 2-1

1990 - South Region 1981 - National Champions NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -defeated Rollins 1-0 NCAA Semifinals New Haven, Conn, -defeated Missouri-St. Louis 2-0 NCAA Finals New Haven, Conn.

1984 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -lost to New Haven 1-0

1986 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. East Stroudsburg State 1-0

In 1996, the Spartans advanced to the NCAA tournament for the seventh straight year.

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NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa

Record vs. NCAA Opponents Cal State-Dominguez Hills ....1-1 Cal State-Los Angeles............1-0 Cal State-Northridge ............0-1 Central Florida ......................1-0 Davis & Elkins ......................1-1 East Stroudsburg State ........1-0 Florida International ............1-2 Florida Tech ..........................4-2 Gannon ................................0-1 Lander ..................................2-0 Lynn ......................................3-2 Missouri-St. Louis ................1-0 Montevallo ........................1-0-1 New Haven ..........................0-1 UNC-Greensboro ..................0-1 Oakland (Mich.) ....................2-0 Rollins ..................................1-0 Seattle Pacific ......................0-1 South Carolina-Upstate ........1-2 Southern Connecticut State 3-1 SIU-Edwardsville ..................1-0 Tusculum ..............................1-0

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NCAA Tournament History -lost to Florida Tech 1-0

1991 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. USC-Upstate 2-1 hosted by Florida Tech -lost to Florida Tech 2-1

1992 - National Runner-Up NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. Florida Tech 2-1 (ot) NCAA Semifinals hosted by Tampa -def. Oakland 3-1 NCAA Finals hosted by Tampa -lost to So. Conn. State 1-0

hosted by USC­Upstate -def. USC-Upstate 3-0 NCAA Semifinals hosted by Tampa -def. So. Conn. St. 1-0 (4 ot, pk) NCAA Finals hosted by Tampa -def. Oakland 3-0 (2 ot)

1995 - South Region 1995 NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -lost to USC-Upstate 1-0

1996 NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. Lander 1-0 hosted by Lynn -lost to Lynn 5-3

1997 - South Region 1997 NCAA South Regional hosted by Lynn -lost to Lynn 1-0 (3 ot)

1994 - National Champions NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -def. Florida Tech 3-1 (2 ot)

2007 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by West Florida -def. Lynn 2-1 -tied Montevallo 1-1 (L, 6-5 PK’s)

1996 - South Region

1993 - South Region NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa -lost to USC-Upstate 4-0

-def. Lynn 2-1 -def. Lander 2-1 NCAA Semifinals hosted by Tampa -def. SIU-Edwardsville 2-1 NCAA Finals hosted by Tampa -def. CSU-Dom. Hills 2-1

2008 - National Semifinalist NCAA South Regional hosted by Lynn -def. Montevallo 1-0 -def. Lynn 3-2 NCAA Quarterfinal hosted by Tusculum -def. Tusculum 3-2 (2 ot) NCAA Semifinals hosted by Tampa -lost to CSU-Dom. Hills, 3-2 (2 ot)

2001 - National Champions NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa

The 2007 team advanced to the NCAA tournament after winning the program’s first SSC tournament title.

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SSC Tournament History Championships: 2007 Total Appearances: Five SSC Tournament Record: 3-3-1 SSC Quarterfinals Record: 0-2 SSC Semifinals Record: 2-0-1 SSC Finals Record: 1-1 2003 SSC Tournament Quarterfinals -lost to Saint Leo 3-2

UT All-Tournament Selections 2008 - Ryan Maxwell 2008 - Pascal Milien 2008 - Ryan Thompson 2008 - Kyle Williams 2007 - Pascal Milien (MOP) 2007 - Ricardo Cardoso 2007 - Dan Ingvarsson 2007 - Ryan Thompson 2003 - Roy Fink

Record vs. SSC Tourney Opponents Eckerd ..................................1-0 Florida Tech ......................0-0-1 Lynn ......................................1-1 Nova Southeastern ..............0-1 Saint Leo ..............................1-1

2004 SSC Tournament Quarterfinals -lost to Nova Southeastern 1-0 2005 SSC Tournament cancelled due to hurricane 2006 SSC Tournament hosted by Rollins Semifinals -tied Florida Tech 1-1 (L 8-7 PK’s) 2007 SSC Tournament hosted by Lynn Semifinals -defeated Eckerd 3-1 Finals -defeated Lynn 4-2 UT captured its first SSC tournament championship in 2007.

2008 SSC Tournament hosted by Lynn Semifinals -def. Saint Leo 4-1 Finals -lost to Lynn 4-0

Pascal Milien

Dan Ingvarsson

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Spartans in the Rankings First Final Ranking: Fifth 12/11/1996 Highest Ranking: First 11/26/2001 Highest Preseason Ranking: Second 1996 Highest Final Ranking: First 2001 Years Ranked in NSCAA Poll: Nine 1996­98, 2000­03, 2007­08 Years Ranked in NSCAA Top 20: Nine 1996­98, 2000­03, 2007­08 Years Ranked in NSCAA Top 15: Eight 1996­98, 2000­02, 2007­08 Years Ranked in NSCAA Top 10: Seven 1996­98, 2000­02, 2008

Years Ranked in NSCAA Top Five: Four 1996­97, 2001, 2008 Years Ranked in NSCAA Preseason Poll: Seven 1996­98, 2001­03, 2008 Years Ranked in NSCAA Final Poll: Six 1996­98, 2001, 2007­08 Weeks in Top 25: 64 Weeks in Top 15: 49 Weeks in Top 10: 41 Weeks in Top Five: 12 Most Consecutive Weeks Ranked in NSCAA Poll: 28 10/14/1996­12/9/1998 *-NSCAA rankings (since 1996)

Rankings History 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Pre 2 5 9 NR NR 25 9 18 NR NR NR NR 14

Poll 1 2 4 9 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

Poll 2 2 4 10 NR NR 22 NR 25 NR NR NR NR NR

Poll 3 2 4 10 NR 10 17 23 NR NR NR NR NR 25

Poll 4 NR 11 6 NR 10 10 NR 18 NR NR NR NR 12

Poll 5 NR 7 10 NR 9 9 NR 23 NR NR NR NR 9

Poll 6 17 5 9 NR 9 7 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

Poll 7 6 6 18 NR 17 6 NR NR NR NR NR NR 14

Poll 8 13 6 ­ NR 9 6 NR NR NR NR NR NR 10

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Poll 10 7 ­ ­ NR 25 ­ NR NR NR NR NR NR 10

Poll 11 Final ­ 5 ­ 10 ­ 17 ­ NR ­ 25 ­ 1 ­ NR ­ NR ­ NR ­ NR ­ NR ­ 15 11 3

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Remembering a Legend

“Fitz Lives” Thomas K. Fitzgerald Tom won his first National Championship as a head coach with UT in 1994

Fitz was an assistant on the Spartans’ 1981 National Championship team

Coach Fitz provides instruction to one of his players in his final season at UT.

Always a teacher, Fitz instructs the Spartans during a game

March 14, 1951 - December 4, 2004 Tom dedicated his life to bringing soccer to the forefront of America from the youth to the professional level. “It’s a kick in the grass.” “Love You!” Tom

Tom Fitzgerald's Collegiate Coaching Career 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Tom was named to the UT Athletics Hall of Fame in October 2004

Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa

16-3-1 11-8-2 12-6-2 14-3-1 17-4-1 15-4-0

NCAA Semifinals NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Runner-Up

1993 1994 1995 2002 2003 2004

Tampa Tampa Tampa UCLA UCLA Tampa

14-3-1 15-2-1 18-1-2 18-3-3 20-2-1 6-9-1

NCAA First Round NCAA Champions NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Champions NCAA Quarterfinals

Total: 12 Yrs. - 176-46-16 (.773) 2 NCAA Titles, 11-for-11 NCAA Tourneys

In his first of two seasons at UCLA, Fitz led the Bruins to a NCAA I title

Tom Fitzgerald Soccer Festival On February 13, 2005, the University of Tampa started the Tom Fitzgerald Soccer Festival. The annual festival includes instruction for kids, a coaching clinic, and is topped off with games featuring MLS teams that have included the Columbus Crew, Real Salt Lake, DC United and the New York Red Bull in addition to the U.S.­Under 17 National squad. All proceeds from the event go to the Tom Fitzgerald Scholarship Fund.

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Individual Season Records Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9.

66 56 55 53 48 45 41 41 38 38

Henrik Nebrelius Adrian Bush Henrik Nebrelius Per­Ake Jonsson Peter Johansson Kristjan Brooks Henrik Nebrelius Martin Nebrelius Pascal Milien Roy Fink

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.47 2.89 2.55 2.52 2.29 2.28 2.16 2.14 2.06 2.06

Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Adrian Bush Per­Ake Jonsson Peter Johansson Martin Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Peter Johansson Adrian Bush

(31g 4a) (22g 12a) (24g 7a) (23g 7a) (16g 16a) (16g 13a) (17g 7a) (15g 11a) (11g 16a) (18g 2a)

1997 1991 1995 1984 1982 1995 1996 1994 2008 2001

4. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10.

4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Dexter Rouse Ryan Maxwell Roy Fink Anders Paulsson Justin Aulls Ryan Godfrey Roy Fink Martin Nebrelius Kareem Escayg Ricardo Cardoso Kevin Simpson Kevin Sierra

1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 9. 9. 9. 9. 9.

16 16 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Pascal Milien Peter Johansson Ken James Martin Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks George Fotopoulos Anders Paulsson Adrian Bush Ulf Lilius Martin Nebrelius Ingo Fochler Martin Nebrelius Mike Heald Mike Fall

1. 1. 3. 4.

0.76 0.76 0.68 0.65

Pascal Milien Peter Johansson Ken James Mike Heald

Points Per Game (19 games) (19 games) (22 games) (21 games) (21 games) (18 games) (19 games) (21 games) (16 games) (18 games)

1997 1995 1991 1984 1982 1994 1996 1995 1981 1993

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 8. 8.

31 24 23 22 18 17 17 16 16 16 16

Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Per­Ake Jonsson Adrian Bush Roy Fink Adrian Bush Henrik Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Mark Keymont Kristjan Brooks Peter Johansson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.63 1.26 1.10 1.00 0.94 0.89 0.86 0.84 0.83 0.81

Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Per­Ake Jonsson Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Henrik Nebrelius Roy Fink Kristjan Brooks Martin Nebrelius Peter Johansson

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

10 7 5 4 4 4 4 4

Henrik Nebrelius Roy Fink Martin Nebrelius Pascal Milien Henrik Nebrelius Clevon George Adrian Bush Adrian Bush

1997 1995 1984 1991 2001 1993 1996 1995 1985 1992 1982

1996 2008 2000 1997 2004 2000 2003 1993 2001 2006 2003 2007

Assists 2008 1982 1984 1991 1995 1991 1997 1991 1994 1994 2001 1993 1993 1982

Assists Per Game (21 games) (21 games) (22 games) (17 games)

2008 1982 1984 1993

Goals Per Game (19 games) (19 games) (21 games) (22 games) (18 games) (19 games) (21 games) (19 games) (18 games) (16 games)

1997 1995 1984 1991 1993 1996 2001 1992 1994 1981

Game­Winning Goals 1997 2001 1994 2008 1996 2007 1994 1993

Henrik Nebrelius owns the top two single-season goal totals.

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Individual Season Records 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8.

0.64 0.63 0.62 0.61 0.61 0.61

Martin Nebrelius Anders Paulsson Kristjan Brooks Martin Nebrelius Martin Nebrelius Ulf Lilius

(22 games) (19 games) (21 games) (18 games) (18 games) (18 games)

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

104 101 99 97 91 87 85 83 82 82

Peter Johansson (16 goals) Adrian Bush (22 goals) Mark Keymont (16 goals) Per­Ake Jonsson (23 goals) Henrik Nebrelius (24 goals) Ricardo Cardoso (14 goals) Adrian Bush (17 goals) Henrik Nebrelius (17 goals) Pascal Milien (11 goals) Henrik Nebrelius (31 goals)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4.95 4.83 4.79 4.72 4.71 4.62 4.59 4.53 4.37 4.32

Peter Johansson Ricardo Cardoso Henrik Nebrelius Adrian Bush Mark Keymont Per­Ake Jonsson Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius

1991 1997 1995 1994 1993 1994

Shots 1982 1991 1985 1984 1995 2006 1993 1996 2008 1997

Shots Per Game (21 games) (18 games) (19 games) (18 games) (21 games) (21 games) (22 games) (17 games) (19 games) (19 games)

1982 2006 1995 1993 1985 1984 1991 1994 1996 1997

Shots On Goal 1. 49 2. 37

Ricardo Cardoso Ricardo Cardoso

(14 goals) (12 goals)

2006 2007

3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

32 30 28 28 26 23 22 21

Ryan Maxwell Robbie Folbrycht Pascal Milien Carlos Cubas Roy Fink Kareem Escayg Justin Aulls Luke Enna

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2.72 2.06 2.00 1.68 1.64 1.56 1.54 1.47 1.44 1.33

Ricardo Cardoso Ricardo Cardoso Robbie Folbrycht Ryan Maxwell Kareem Escayg Carlos Cubas Pascal Milien Justin Aulls Roy Fink Pascal Milien

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

105 95 87 83 80 68 67 66 65 64 64

Ryan Thompson Tom Graham Scott Leamey Scott Leamey Eric Sims Eric Sims Kurt Devlin Frank Arlasky Justin Throneburg Steve Smith Roy Swarts

(9 goals) (8 goals) (11 goals) (4 goals) (11 goals) (2 goals) (6 goals) (9 goals)

2008 2002 2008 1989 2003 2002 2004 2005

Shots On Goal Per Game (18 games) (18 games) (15 games) (19 games) (14 games) (18 games) (13 games) (15 games) (18 games) (21 games)

2006 2007 2002 2008 2002 1989 2007 2004 2003 2008

Saves

Saves Per Game 1. 5.28 Tom Graham 2. 5.20 Bob Luckenbaugh 3. 5.00 Ryan Thompson 4. 4.88 Scott Leamey 5. 4.58 Scott Leamey 6. 4.38 Bob Luckenbaugh 7. 4.36 Mike DeVore 8. 4.25 Eric Sims 9. 4.21 Eric Sims 10. 4.20 Justin Throneburg

(20 GA) (11 GA) (28 GA) (22 GA) (21 GA) (12 GA) (25 GA) (23 GA) (15 GA) (35 GA) (14 GA)

2008 1981 1985 1988 1997 1998 1984 1986 1991 2002 2001

(18 games) (10 games) (21 games) (17 games) (19 games) (13 games) (11 games) (16 games) (19 games) (15 games)

1981 2004 2008 1988 1985 2005 2006 1998 1997 1990

Save Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. Tom Graham’s 95 saves in 1981 still ranks as tops in program history.

.896 .887 .850 .846 .840 .840 .837 .833 .829 .829

Tom Graham Justin Throneburg Eric Sims Kelly Walden Ryan Thompson Frank Arlasky Ryan Thompson David Winner Tom Graham Justin Throneburg

(11 GA, 95 S) (8 GA, 63 S) (12 GA, 68 S) (6 GA, 33 S) (20 GA, 105 S) (12 GA, 63 S) (7 GA, 36 S) (12 GA, 60 S) (13 GA, 63 S) (12 GA, 58 S)

1981 1990 1998 1991 2008 1987 2007 1994 1982 1989

Goals Against Average

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Individual Season Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

0.27 0.59 0.61 0.67 0.72 0.74 0.74 0.75 0.75 0.77

Kelly Walden Justin Throneburg Tom Graham Tom Graham David Winner Eric Sims Kurt Devlin Eric Sims Roy Swarts Justin Throneburg

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 8. 8. 8. 8.

10 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

Tom Graham Ryan Thompson Frank Arlasky Kurt Devlin Tom Graham David Winner Scott Leamey David Winner Justin Throneburg Scott Bonavita Justin Throneburg

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

Kurt Devlin Mike Heald Peter Smith Greg Monaco Roger Ramsay Ken James Martin Nebrelius Adrian Bush Mark Keymont Sal Colino Keith Fulk George Fotopoulos

(4 GA, 1358 M) (8 GA, 1221 M) (11 GA, 1629 M) (13 GA, 1735 M) (12 GA, 1498 M) (12 GA, 1453 M) (15 GA, 1815 M) (12 GA, 1440 M) (14 GA, 1670 M) (12 GA, 1405 M)

1992 1990 1981 1982 1994 1995 1983 1998 2001 1989

Shutouts 1982 2008 1987 1983 1981 1993 1988 1994 1990 1987 1989

David Winner’s 0.72 GAA in 1994 remains atop the charts.

Games Played 1984 1991 1984 1991 1984 1984 1991 1991 1984 1991 1984 1991

Games Started 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 6.

22 22 22 22 22 21

Ken James Martin Nebrelius Kurt Devlin Keith Fulk Adrian Bush several with

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1816 1774 1767 1747 1743 1712 1617 1605 1560 1558

Ryan Thompson Dan Ingvarsson Kyle Williams Dan Ingvarsson Pascal Milien Devin Shaw Karl Swan Devin Shaw Zach Fraser Kyle Franklin

1984 1991 1984 1984 1991

Minutes Played 2008 2008 2008 2007 2008 2007 2008 2006 2008 2005

Adrian Bush scored 22 goals while starting 22 games in 1991.

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Individual Career Records Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

162 145 136 130 101 97 91 81 73 71

Henrik Nebrelius (72g 18a) Adrian Bush (61g 23a) Martin Nebrelius (46g 44a) Kristjan Brooks (53g 24a) Mark Keymont (41g 19a) Roy Fink (42g 13a) Mika Muhonen (35g 21a) Peter Johansson (29g 23a) Anders Paulsson (23g 27a) Mike Heald (22g 27a)

1995­97 1990­94 1991­94 1992­95 1982­85 2000­03 1986­89 1981­82 1994­97 1990­93

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2.84 2.19 1.96 1.84 1.76 1.64 1.55 1.47 1.41 1.37

Henrik Nebrelius Peter Johansson Adrian Bush Martin Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Ricardo Cardoso Chris Sullivan Roy Fink Pascal Milien George Fotopoulos

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

72 61 53 46 42 41 35 29 26 25

Henrik Nebrelius 1995­97 Adrian Bush 1990­94 Kristjan Brooks 1992­95 Martin Nebrelius 1991­94 Roy Fink 2000­03 Mark Keymont 1982­85 Mika Muhonen 1986­89 Peter Johansson 1981­82 Ricardo Cardoso 2006­07 Roger Ramsay 1981­84

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.26 0.82 0.78 0.72 0.72 0.64 0.63 0.62 0.52 0.49

Henrik Nebrelius Adrian Bush Peter Johansson Ricardo Cardoso Kristjan Brooks Roy Fink Chris Sullivan Martin Nebrelius Mark Keymont Mika Muhonen

1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 8.

14 14 8 8 8 6 5 4 4 4 4

Henrik Nebrelius 1995­97 Roy Fink 2000­03 Martin Nebrelius 1991­94 Adrian Bush 1990­91,93­94 Dexter Rouse 1996­98 Ryan Maxwell 2006­08 Kareem Escayg 2000­03 Pascal Milien 2007­curr. Ulf Lilius 1992­94 Ryan Godfrey 1997­00 Clevon George 2006­07

Points Per Game (57 games) (37 games) (74 games) (74 games) (74 games) (36 games) (38 games) (66 games) (34 games) (41 games)

1995­97 1981­82 1990­94 1991­94 1992­95 2006­07 1986­87 2000­03 2007­curr. 1991­92

Goals

8. 8. 8. 8.

4 4 4 4

Devin Shaw Kevin Sierra Anders Paulsson Ricardo Cardoso

2004­07 2004­07 1994­97 2006­07

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 9.

44 28 27 27 25 24 24 24 23 23

Martin Nebrelius Ulf Lilius Mike Heald Anders Paulsson Ingo Fochler Sergio Jaramillo Kristjan Brooks Ken James Peter Johansson Adrian Bush

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

0.65 0.62 0.59 0.54 0.44 0.41 0.41 0.39 0.38 0.36

Pascal Milien Peter Johansson Martin Nebrelius Ulf Lilius George Fotopoulos Mike Fall Mike Degenova Ingo Fochler Goran Swardh Mike Heald

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

323 256 243 233 225 187 184 178 176 166

Adrian Bush (61 goals) Henrik Nebrelius (72 goals) Mark Keymont (41 goals) Mika Muhonen (35 goals) Martin Nebrelius (46 goals) Mike Heald (22 goals) Keith Fulk (22 goals) Kristjan Brooks (53 goals) Roy Fink (42 goals) Anders Paulsson (23 goals)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4.49 4.47 4.36 4.32 3.62 3.24 3.17 3.08 3.04 2.87

Henrik Nebrelius Ricardo Cardoso Adrian Bush Peter Johansson Pascal Milien Mika Muhonen Keith Fulk Mark Keymont Martin Nebrelius Chris Sullivan

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5.

86 54 48 48 41 41

Ricardo Cardoso Ryan Maxwell Robbie Folbrycht Pascal Milien Roy Fink Kareem Escayg

Assists 1991­94 1992­94 1990­93 1994­97 2001­04 1992­95 1992­95 1982­85 1981­82 1990­94

Assists Per Game (34 games) (37 games) (74 games) (52 games) (41 games) (34 games) (37 games) (64 games) (56 games) (75 games)

2007­curr. 1981­82 1991­94 1992­94 1991­92 1981­82 1996­97 2001­04 1981­83 1990­93

Shots

Goals Per Game (57 games) (74 games) (37 games) (36 games) (74 games) (66 games) (38 games) (74 games) (79 games) (72 games)

Game­Winning Goals

1995­97 1990­94 1981­82 2006­07 1992­95 2000­03 1986­87 1991­94 1982­85 1986­89

1990­94 1995­97 1982­85 1986­89 1991­94 1990­93 1982­84 1992­95 2000­03 1994­97

Shots Per Game (57 games) (36 games) (74 games) (37 games) (34 games) (72 games) (58 games) (79 games) (74 games) (38 games)

1995­97 2006­07 1990­94 1981­82 2007­curr. 1986­89 1982­84 1982­85 1991­94 1986­87

Shots On Goal

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(26 goals) (15 goals) (15 goals) (13 goals) (42 goals) (18 goals)

2006­07 2006­08 2001­05 2007­curr. 2000­03 2000­03

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Individual Career Records 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 10.

38 33 31 29 29 29

Luke Enna Justin Aulls Ingo Fochler Kevin Sierra Clevon George Devin Shaw

(15 goals) (9 goals) (5 goals) (6 goals) (15 goals) (7 goals)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2.39 1.41 1.03 1.02 0.80 0.78 0.76 0.75 0.66 0.62

Ricardo Cardoso Pascal Milien Justin Aulls Ryan Maxwell Ryan Vetzel Clevon George Luke Enna Robbie Folbrycht Kareem Escayg Roy Fink

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

243 210 191 171 166 158 129 126 122 112

Eric Sims Scott Leamey Justin Throneburg Bob Luckenbaugh Ryan Thompson Tom Graham Frank Arlasky Kurt Devlin David Winner Roy Swarts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4.61 4.20 4.17 4.05 3.91 3.75 3.29 3.28 2.93 2.84

Ryan Thompson Scott Leamey Bob Luckenbaugh Tom Graham Frank Arlasky Justin Throneburg Roy Swarts Eric Sims Kurt Devlin David Winner

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.868 .830 .795 .794 .787 .784 .772 .772 .767 .766

Tom Graham Justin Throneburg Kelly Walden Ryan Thompson Frank Arlasky Bob Luckenbaugh Roy Swarts David Winner Eric Sims Scott Leamey

1. 2. 3. 4.

0.64 0.75 0.82 0.93

Tom Graham Kelly Walden Justin Throneburg David Winner

2003­05 2003­04 2001­04 2004­07 2006­07 2004­07

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

0.97 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.07 1.19

Dan Pavia Bubby Leasure Roy Swarts Kurt Devlin Eric Sims Frank Arlasky

2006­07 2007­curr. 2003­04 2006­08 2005­06 2006­07 2003­05 2001­05 2000­03 2000­03

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 10. 10.

18 17 16 14 13 11 11 10 8 6 6 6

Justin Throneburg Tom Graham Eric Sims Scott Leamey David Winner Kurt Devlin Frank Arlasky Ryan Thompson Roy Swarts Kelly Walden Bob Luckenbaugh Scott Bonavita

1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 9.

83 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 76 76

Kent Engstrom Roger Ramsay Byron Triplett Hans Olofsson Tom Reasoner Mark Keymont Roger Palm Peter Smith Anders Paulsson Ken James

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 8. 8. 8. 8.

82 78 74 74 73 73 72 71 71 71 71

Kent Engstrom Roger Palm Mike Heald Tom Reasoner Rafnar Hermannsson Anders Paulsson Nik Fredriksson Thomas Hogstedt Mika Muhonen Adrian Bush Martin Nebrelius

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5262 3521 3334 3309 3075 3011 2716 2701 2522 2478

Devin Shaw 2004­07 Dan Ingvarsson 2007­curr. Kevin Sierra 2004­07 Ryan Maxwell 2006­08 Ryan Thompson 2006­curr. Zach Barber 2004­07 Daniel Bergstrand 2006­curr. Kyle Franklin 2002­05 Pascal Milien 2007­curr. Robbie Folbrycht 2001­05

Shots On Goal Per Game (36 games) (34 games) (32 games) (53 games) (35 games) (37 games) (50 games) (64 games) (62 games) (66 games)

1995­98 1985­88 1988­91 2002­05 2006­curr. 1981­82 1986­87 1983­84 1992­94 1999­01

Saves Per Game (36 games) (50 games) (41 games) (39 games) (33 games) (51 games) (34 games) (74 games) (43 games) (43 games)

2006­curr. 1985­88 2002­05 1981­82 1986­87 1988­91 1999­01 1995­98 1983­84 1992­94

Save Percentage (24 GA, 158 S) (39 GA, 191 S) (26 GA, 101 S) (43 GA, 166 S) (35 GA, 129 S) (47 GA, 171 S) (33 GA, 112 S) (36 GA, 122 S) (74 GA, 243 S) (64 GA, 210 S)

1981­82 1988­91 1989­92 2006­curr. 1986­87 2002­05 1999­01 1992­94 1995­98 1985­88

Goals Against Average (24 GA, 3364 M) (26 GA, 3115 M) (39 GA, 4274 M) (36 GA, 3481 M)

1982­85 1995­96 1999­01 1983­84 1995­98 1986­87

Shutouts

Saves (74 GA) (64 GA) (39 GA) (47 GA) (43 GA) (24 GA) (35 GA) (40 GA) (36 GA) (33 GA)

(9 GA, 835 M) (7 GA, 643 M) (33 GA, 3005 M) (40 GA, 3592 M) (74 GA, 6237 M) (35 GA, 2636 M)

1981­82 1989­92 1988­91 1992­94

1988­91 1981­82 1995­98 1985­88 1992­94 1983­84 1986­87 2006­curr. 1999­01 1989­92 2002­05 1987

Games Played 1983­86 1981­84 1984­87 1981­84 1985­89 1982­85 1995­98 1982­85 1994­97 1982­85

Games Started 1983­86 1995­98 1990­93 1985­89 1992­95 1994­97 1990­93 1985­88 1986­89 1990­94 1991­94

Minutes Played

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Individual Game Records Points 1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Anders Paulsson Per­Ake Jonsson Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Anthony Obianagha Austin Alvarado Henrik Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Kristjan Brooks Per­Ake Jonsson Ricardo Cardoso Rick Sylvester

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Anthony Obianagha Henrik Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Per­Ake Jonsson Per­Ake Jonsson Ricardo Cardoso Rick Sylvester

Webber Florida Southern Florida Southern Saint Leo Lander Florida College Alabama­Huntsville Seattle Pacific Carson­Newman Saint Leo Clayton State Florida Southern

09/03/97 10/02/84 09/18/91 09/29/93 09/02/98 09/08/08 10/19/97 10/19/93 10/25/93 09/28/84 08/26/06 10/09/85

Goals Florida Southern Saint Leo Lander Alabama­Huntsville Seattle Pacific Saint Leo Florida Southern Clayton State Florida Southern

09/18/91 09/29/93 09/02/98 10/19/97 10/09/93 09/28/84 10/02/84 08/26/06 10/09/85

Assists 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2.

4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Adrian Bush Anders Paulsson Gib Dennis Josh Huettich Martin Nebrelius Mike DeGenova Pascal Milien

Saint Leo Webber St. Thomas Eckerd Eckerd Eckerd Flagler

10/02/91 09/03/97 09/12/98 10/03/00 09/16/92 11/08/97 10/17/08

2. 3 2. 3 2. 3

Rusty Roush Tuomas Talvitie Ulf Lilius

1. 1. 3. 3. 5. 5. 5. 8. 8. 8. 8.

13 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

Mark Keymont Per­Ake Jonsson Henrik Nebrelius Mika Muhonen Per­Ake Jonsson Ricardo Cardoso Ricardo Cardoso Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Kyle Muehlstein Mark Keymont

1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9.

15* 15* 13 13 13 12 11 11 10 10

Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson Justin Throneburg Ryan Thompson Scott Leamey Bob Luckenbaugh Bob Luckenbaugh Mike DeVore Kelly Walden Steve Smith

Assumption Madonna Florida Southern

10/22/00 08/30/96 10/13/92

Shots Saint Leo Saint Leo Lincoln Memorial Florida Tech Florida Southern Eckerd Florida Tech Southern Conn. St. Alderson­Broaddus Florida Southern Florida Southern

09/24/85 09/28/84 09/28/97 09/20/86 10/02/84 10/20/06 10/27/06 10/13/95 10/20/95 10/09/85 10/09/85

Saves Barry Eckerd Florida Tech Montevallo USC­Upstate Nova Southeastern Rollins West Florida Alabama A&M West Florida

10/11/08 10/14/08 11/11/89 11/11/07 09/24/88 10/14/05 10/12/04 09/01/06 11/02/91 09/13/02

*occurred in consecutive games

Anders Paulsson

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Hat Tricks

The University of Tampa men’s soccer program has a total of 37 hat tricks, including nine four­goal per­ formances. 19 different players have accomplishment the feat. Following is a list of players who have scored at least three goals in a single game. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Ricardo Cardoso Anthony Obianagha Henrik Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Rick Sylvester Per­Ake Jonsson Per­Ake Jonsson Austin Alvarado Tom Layrisse Pascal Milien Ricardo Cardoso Kareem Escayg Roy Fink Roy Fink Jaymi Bailey Anders Paulsson Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Sergio Jaramillo Kristjan Brooks Adrian Bush Kristjan Brooks Kristjan Brooks George Fotopolous Geroge Fotopolous Kristjan Brooks Henrik Lilius Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Mikeal Grennas John Clarke

Clayton State 08/26/06 Lander 09/02/98 Alabama­Huntsville 10/19/97 Seattle Pacific 10/09/93 Saint Leo 09/29/93 Florida Southern 09/18/91 Florida Southern 10/09/85 Florida Southern 10/02/84 Saint Leo 09/28/84 Florida College 09/08/08 Florida College 09/08/08 Florida College 09/08/08 Eckerd 10/20/06 St. Joseph’s College 10/24/03 West Florida 09/15/01 Rollins 1020/00 Florida Southern 11/7/98 Webber 09/03/97 Lincoln Memorial 09/28/97 West Florida 10/12/97 Florida Southern 10/29/97 Madonna 08/30/96 Mobile 09/20/96 San Diego State 09/17/95 Florida Tech 09/23/95 North Florida 09/14/94 Central Florida 09/11/93 Eckerd 09/22/93 Carson­Newman 10/25/93 Eckerd 09/16/92 Florida Southern 10/13/92 Florida Southern 10/13/92 NE Missouri State 10/31/92 Florida Atlantic 10/08/91 Florida International 09/07/90 Saint Leo 11/02/89 Saint Leo 10/16/86

Hat Tricks By Player Henrik Nebrelius Kristjan Brooks Adrian Bush Ricardo Cardoso Roy Fink George Fotopoulos Per­Ake Jonsson Austin Alvarado Jaymi Bailey John Clarke Kareem Escayg Mikeal Grennas Sergio Jaramillo Tom Layrisse Henrik Lilius Pascal Milien Anthony Obianagha Anders Paulsson Rick Sylvester

7 6 5 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Ricardo Cardoso connected on four goals in the 2006 season opener versus Clayton State.

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Team Game Records Points 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 7. 7. 7.

43 30 29 29 25 25 23 23 23 23

Florida College Madonna Eckerd Florida Southern North Florida Carson­Newman Webber Florida Southern Florida Southern St. Joseph's

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5.

16 11 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Florida College Florida Southern Madonna Eckerd Webber North Florida Florida Southern Florida Southern Johnson & Wales St. Joseph's Carson­Newman

1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6.

11 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8

Florida College Eckerd Madonna North Florida Carson­Newman Webber Saint Leo St. Francis Birmingham­Southern

09/08/08 08/30/96 09/16/92 10/09/85 09/14/94 10/25/93 09/03/97 09/18/91 10/13/92 10/24/03

Goals 09/08/08 10/09/85 08/30/96 09/16/92 09/03/97 09/14/94 09/18/81 10/13/92 10/20/08 10/24/03 10/25/93

Assists 09/08/08 09/16/92 08/30/96 09/14/94 10/25/93 09/05/01 10/02/91 10/13/96 10/16/94

Chris Meehan 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10.

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Webber Cal State­Los Angeles Florida Southern West Florida Barry Florida Southern UNC­Greensboro St. Joseph's Eckerd

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

52 50 42 41 41 39 38 37 36 35 35

Saint Leo Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida College at Florida Tech Saint Leo Mercer Florida Southern Shippensburg Saint Leo Saint Leo

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 8. 8.

18 16 15 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 11

Florida Tech at Barry Eckerd vs Montevallo South Carolina­Upstate at Nova Southeastern Florida Tech at West Florida Barry Alabama A&M Rollins College

09/03/97 09/13/95 09/18/91 09/22/91 09/25/93 10/13/92 10/16/84 10/24/03 11/08/97

Shots 09/28/84 10/09/85 09/15/93 09/08/08 10/27/06 10/12/88 10/06/84 09/20/86 09/04/84 09/24/85 11/06/92

Saves

Roy Fink

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11/11/89 10/11/08 10/14/08 11/11/07 09/24/88 10/14/05 10/19/91 09/01/06 09/14/90 11/02/91 10/12/04

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Individual Yearly Leaders Scoring Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Player Peter Johansson Peter Johansson Mark Keymont Per­Ake Jonsson Mark Keymont Mika Muhonen Chris Sullivan Mika Muhonen Michael Grennas Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Kristjan Brooks Adrian Bush Martin Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Anthony Obianagha Roger Kennedy Roy Fink Roy Fink Robbie Folbrycht Roy Fink Justin Aulls Luke Enna Ricardo Cardoso Ricardo Cardoso Pascal Milien

Year 1981

Player Peter Johansson

G 13 16 8 23 16 13 13 11 11 10 22 16 17 15 24 17 31 9 2 9 18 8 11 6 9 14 12 11

A 7 16 4 7 4 9 6 6 0 2 12 4 3 11 7 7 4 2 7 2 2 2 6 1 3 4 3 16

Goals G 13

Avg 0.81

Pts. 33 48 20 53 36 35 32 28 22 22 56 36 37 41 55 41 66 20 11 20 38 18 28 13 21 32 27 38

Avg. 2.06 2.29 1.00 2.52 1.71 1.67 1.78 1.56 1.16 1.29 2.55 1.89 2.06 2.28 2.89 2.16 3.47 1.11 0.73 1.67 1.81 1.20 1.56 0.87 1.31 1.78 1.50 1.81

Kristjan Brooks 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

Peter Johansson Roger Ramsay Per­Ake Jonsson Mark Keymont Mika Muhonen Chris Sullivan Mika Muhonen Michael Grennas Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Kristjan Brooks Adrian Bush Martin Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Anthony Obianagha Johan Holm Roy Fink Roy Fink Robbie Folbrycht Roy Fink Justin Aulls Luke Enna Ricardo Cardoso Ricardo Cardoso Pascal Milien

Year 1981 1981 1982 1983

Player Peter Johansson Steve Savage Peter Johansson Jim Willenborg

16 9 23 16 13 13 11 11 10 22 16 17 15 24 17 31 9 4 9 18 8 11 6 9 14 12 11

0.76 0.43 1.10 0.76 0.62 0.72 0.61 0.58 0.59 1.00 0.84 0.94 0.83 1.26 0.89 1.63 0.50 0.25 0.75 0.86 0.53 0.61 0.40 0.56 0.78 0.67 0.52

Assists

Peter Johansson

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A 7 7 16 6

Avg 0.44 0.41 0.76 0.29

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Individual Yearly Leaders

Martin Nebrelius

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

Steve Savage Goran Swardh Ken James Kevin Fall Mika Muhonen John Clarke Mika Muhonen Carlos Cubas Mike Heald Martin Nebrelius Ulf Lilius Mike Heald Martin Nebrelius Martin Nebrelius Ulf Lilius Kristjan Brooks Jeff Houser Anders Paulsson Gib Dennis Roger Kennedy Josh Huettich Ingo Fochler Ingo Fochler Roy Fink Federico Della Picca Luke Enna Bobby Durham Devin Shaw Pascal Milien Pascal Milien

Year 1981

Player Peter Johansson

6 6 15 6 9 9 6 6 6 14 9 11 11 11 11 13 10 12 7 7 5 11 7 6 3 3 3 5 6 16

0.30 0.33 0.68 0.35 0.43 0.47 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.64 0.47 0.65 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.62 0.53 0.63 0.41 0.47 0.42 0.52 0.41 0.33 0.21 0.19 0.21 0.28 0.46 0.76

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

Peter Johansson Keith Fulk Per­Ake Jonsson Mark Keymont Mika Muhonen Chris Egger Mika Muhonen Mika Muhonen Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Mike Heald Adrian Bush Adrian Bush Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Henrik Nebrelius Dexter Rouse Jeff Foxenberger Johan Holm Roy Fink Roy Fink Robbie Folbrycht Roy Fink Justin Aulls Luke Enna Ricardo Cardoso Ricardo Cardoso Pascal Milien

104 43 97 99 75 59 68 36 60 101 62 85 77 91 83 82 39 31 31 29 67 54 51 32 36 87 74 82

4.95 2.87 4.62 4.71 3.57 3.11 3.78 2.00 3.53 4.59 3.44 4.72 4.53 4.79 4.37 4.32 2.29 1.94 1.94 2.42 3.19 3.60 2.83 2.13 2.25 4.83 4.11 3.90

Mika Muhonen

Shots Sh 56

Avg 3.50

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Team Season Records Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

241 236 216 208 206 193 191 179 179 178

(79g 83a) (82g 72a) (73g 70a) (71g 66a) (69g 68a) (65g 63a) (63g 65a) (60g 59a) (66g 47a) (63g 52a)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11.56 11.48 11.24 10.84 10.16 9.82 9.61 8.95 8.68 8.52

(18 games) (21 games) (21 games) (19 games) (19 games) (22 games) (18 games) (20 games) (22 games) (21 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

82 79 73 71 69 66 65 63 63 60

1995 1982 1984 1993 1997 2008 1992 1983 1991 1996

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

3.94 3.90 3.76 3.63 3.42 3.32

1982 1995 1984 1993 1997 1992 1991 1996 2008 1983

Points Per Game 1993 1982 1995 1997 1992 1984 1994 1996 1991 2008

Goals

3.17 3.14 3.00 3.00

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

19 17 16 15 15 14 13 12 10 9

(18 games) (21 games) (20 games) (21 games)

1994 2008 1996 1983

Game­Winning Goals 2001 2008 1997 1993 1994 1996 2007 1998 2000 2003 Adrian Bush

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

83 72 70 68 66 65 63 59 59 52

1982 1995 1984 1997 1993 1991 1992 1994 1996 1983

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.95 3.67 3.58 3.43 3.32 3.28 3.18 2.95 2.95 2.48

9. 19.29 10. 18.53

1985 1992

Shots On Goal

1993 1995 1982 1997 1992 1984

(21 games) (18 games) (19 games) (21 games) (19 games) (18 games) (22 games) (22 games) (20 games) (21 games)

1982 1993 1997 1995 1992 1994 1984 1991 1996 1983

Shots Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

522 503 487 408 406 405 393 377 368 363

(73 goals) (79 goals) (63 goals) (60 goals) (82 goals) (47 goals) (49 goals) (48 goals) (71 goals) (40 goals)

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

23.95 23.73 23.19 20.44 20.40 20.17 19.65 19.33

1984 1982 1983 1996 1995 1985 1987 1986 1993 2006

Shots Per Game

Al Smith

(21 games) (19 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

161 159 142 140 132 97 92

(66 goals) (40 goals) (37 goals) (30 goals) (44 goals) (23 goals) (27 goals)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8.83 8.24 7.67 7.47 6.95 6.06 5.41

1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 6. 6. 6.

5 3 3 3 2 1 1 1

1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7.

6 6 5 4 3 3 1 1

2008 2006 2007 2001 2003 2004 2005 2002

1.

110

(21 GA, 110 SV)

2008 2006 2007 2002 2003 2004 2005

Assists Per Game

Goals Per Game (18 games) (21 games) (21 games) (19 games) (19 games) (22 games)

7. 8. 9. 9.

(21 games) (22 games) (21 games) (18 games) (20 games) (18 games) (20 games) (21 games)

1982 1984 1983 1993 1996 2006 1987 1995

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SOG Per Game (18 games) (17 games) (21 games) (19 games) (19 games) (16 games) (17 games)

2006 2002 2008 2007 2003 2004 2005

Penalty Kicks Made 2008 2006 2007 2001 2004 2005 2003 2002

Penalty Kick Attempts

Saves 2008

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Team Season Records 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

100 99 98 97 96 91 90 88 86

(34 GA, 100 SV) (31 GA, 99 SV) (21 GA, 98 SV) (25 GA, 97 SV) (12 GA, 96 SV) (28 GA, 91 SV) (21 GA, 90 SV) (26 GA, 88 SV) (15 GA, 86 SV)

1986 1985 1991 2005 1981 2004 1989 1988 1987

2. 4. 4. 4. 7. 7. 7. 7.

10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

2008 1984 1993 1981 1990 1994 1995 1991

1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 10. 10. 10.

22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 7. 7. 7. 10. 10. 10.

22 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 19 19 19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

21148 19329 18349 17497 14922

Games Played Saves Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5.71 5.69 5.33 5.24 4.76 4.72 4.71 4.63 4.50 4.45

(17 games) (16 games) (18 games) (21 games) (21 games) (18 games) (21 games) (19 games) (20 games) (22 games)

2005 2004 1981 2008 1986 1990 1985 1988 1989 1991

Save Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10.

.889 .851 .850 .840 .839 .824 .824 .815 .811 .805

(12 GA, 96 SV) (15 GA, 86 SV) (15 GA, 85 SV) (21 GA, 110 SV) (14 GA, 73 SV) (15 GA, 70 SV) (21 GA, 98 SV) (17 GA, 75 SV) (21 GA, 90 SV) (17 GA, 70 SV)

1981 1987 1990 2008 1998 1994 1991 2001 1989 1982

Goals Against Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

0.31 0.62 0.73 0.74 0.76 0.78 0.78 0.79 0.80

(6 GA, 1740 M) (12 GA, 1730 M) (14 GA, 1720 M) (15 GA, 1820 M) (15 GA, 1770 M) (17 GA, 1960 M) (17 GA, 1950 M) (17 GA, 1930 M) (15 GA, 1680 M)

1992 1981 1998 1987 1994 2001 1983 1982 1990

Tom Reasoner 10. 0.90

(21 GA, 2100 M) 1989

Most Wins 1. 1. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 7. 7. 10. 10.

19 19 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15

1. 1. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 8. 8.

10 10 9 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 6

1. 1. 1. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

1. 2.

12 10

(19­0­2) (19­2­0) (18­1­2) (18­3­0) (17­3­1) (17­4­1) (16­6­0) (16­3­1) (16­3­0) (15­2­1) (15­4­0)

2001 1982 1995 1983 2008 1991 1984 1987 1997 1994 1992

Most Losses (5­10­2) (10­10­1) (8­9­1) (6­9­1) (6­8­2) (6­7­3) (13­7­1) (16­6­0) (11­6­2) (12­6­2) (8­6­3)

2002 1985 2006 2004 1999 2005 1986 1984 1988 1989 2003

1984 1991 2008 2001 1983 1985 1995 1986 1982 1996 1989 1987

Games Started 1991 1982 1986 1983 1995 2001 1987 1989 1996 1988 1997 1992

Minutes Played 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Most Ties (6­7­3) (11­0­3) (8­6­3) (6­8­2) (14­4­2) (11­6­2) (12­6­2) (19­0­2) (18­1­2) (5­10­2)

2005 1981 2003 1999 1996 1988 1989 2001 1995 2002

Most Shutouts 1987 1983

Chris Sullivan

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Honors and Awards NCAA II PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2001 ­ Roy Fink (on­field) 1995 ­ Henrik Nebrelius (on­field) 1994 ­ Adrian Bush (on­field) 1992 ­ George Fotopoulos (on­field) 1991 ­ Justin Throneburg (goalkeeper) NCAA II COACH OF THE YEAR 2001 ­ Keith Fulk FIRST­TEAM ALL­AMERICANS 2008 ­ Pascal Milien (Daktronics) 2001 ­ Roy Fink 1997 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1997 ­ Anders Paulsson 1996 ­ Roger Palm 1995 ­ Henrik Nebrelius (also CoSIDA) 1994 ­ Ulf Lilius 1992 ­ Mikael Grennas 1991 ­ Adrian Bush 1990 ­ Justin Throneburg 1989 ­ Tom Reasoner 1987 ­ Chris Sullivan SECOND­TEAM ALL­AMERICANS 2008 ­ Dan Ingvarsson (Daktronics) 2008 ­ Ryan Maxwell (Daktronics) 1996 ­ Henrik Nebrelius (CoSIDA) 1992 ­ Ulf Lilius 1991 ­ Justin Throneburg 1990 ­ Niklas Fredriksson THIRD­TEAM ALL­AMERICANS 2008 ­ Pascal Milien 2008 ­ Ryan Thompson (Daktronics) 2000 ­ Roy Fink 1988 ­ Mika Muhonen

FIRST­TEAM ALL­SOUTH REGION 2008 ­ Dan Ingvarsson (Daktronics) 2008 ­ Ryan Maxwell (Daktronics) 2008 ­ Pascal Milien (NSCAA/Dak.) 2008 ­ Ryan Thompson (Daktronics) 2007 ­ Ricardo Cardoso 2007 ­ Dan Ingvarsson 2001 ­ Roy Fink 2000 ­ Roy Fink 1998 ­ Eric Sims 1997 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1997 ­ Anders Paulsson 1996 ­ Roger Palm 1996 ­ Anders Paulsson 1996 ­ Henrik Nebrelius (CoSIDA) 1995 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1994 ­ Ulf Lilius 1993 ­ Adrian Bush 1993 ­ Niklas Fredriksson 1992 ­ Mikael Grennas 1992 ­ Ulf Lilius 1991 ­ Adrian Bush 1991 ­ Justin Throneburg 1990 ­ Adrian Bush 1990 ­ Niklas Fredriksson 1990 ­ Justin Throneburg 1989 ­ Tom Reasoner 1988 ­ Thomas Hogstedt 1988 ­ Mika Muhonen 1988 ­ Tom Reasoner 1987 ­ Jorgen Adolfsson 1987 ­ Frank Arlasky 1987 ­ Mika Muhonen 1987 ­ Chris Sullivan 1987 ­ Brian Triplett

SOUTH REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2008 ­ Adrian Bush 2001 ­ Keith Fulk 1990 ­ Tom Fitzgerald 1988 ­ Tom Fitzgerald 1987 ­ Tom Fitzgerald

SECOND­TEAM ALL­SOUTH REGION 2008 ­ Dan Ingvarsson 2008 ­ Ryan Maxwell 2008 ­ Ryan Thompson 2007 ­ Ryan Maxwell 2007 ­ Devin Shaw 2007 ­ Kevin Sierra 2002 ­ Roy Fink 2002 ­ Ingo Fochler 2001 ­ Roy Swarts

Keith Fulk

Peter Johansson

NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL­AMERICAN 2008 ­ Ryan Maxwell

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2001 ­ Robbie Folbrycht 2001 ­ Marlon Rojas 2000 ­ Roy Swarts 1998 ­ Roger Palm 1996 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1996 ­ Rob Heald (CoSIDA) 1995 ­ Rafnar Hermannsson 1995 ­ Sergio Jaramillo 1994 ­ Adrian Bush 1994 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1993 ­ Ulf Lilius 1993 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1992 ­ George Fotopoulos 1992 ­ Kelly Walden 1992 ­ Niklas Fredriksson 1991 ­ George Fotopoulos 1991 ­ Mikael Grennas 1991 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1990 ­ Mikael Grennas 1989 ­ Carlos Cubas 1989 ­ John Timko 1988 ­ Matts Petersson 1987 ­ John Clarke 1987 ­ Jorgen Petersson THIRD­TEAM ALL­SOUTH REGION 1996 ­ Rob Heald 1994 ­ Keiran O’Neill *All-Region and All-American awards are from the NSCAA unless noted otherwise. SSC COACH OF THE YEAR 2008 ­ Adrian Bush 2001 ­ Keith Fulk 1996 ­ Keith Fulk 1995 ­ Tom Fitzgerald 1990 ­ Tom Fitzgerald 1989 ­ Tom Fitzgerald 1987 ­ Tom Fitzgerald SSC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2001 ­ Roy Fink 1997 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1995 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1994 ­ Ulf Lilius

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Honors and Awards SSC DEF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008 ­ Ryan Thompson SSC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2001 ­ Robbie Folbrycht 2000 ­ Roy Fink 1995 ­ Henrik Nebrelius FIRST­TEAM ALL­SSC 2008 ­ Pascal Milien 2008 ­ Ryan Maxwell 2008 ­ Dan Ingvarsson 2008 ­ Ryan Thompson 2006 ­ Ricardo Cardoso 2006 ­ Devin Shaw 2003 ­ Roy Fink 2003 ­ Ingo Fochler 2003 ­ Federico Della Picca 2001 ­ Roy Fink 2000 ­ Roy Fink 1998 ­ Roger Palm 1997 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1997 ­ Anders Paulsson 1997 ­ Mike DeGenova 1997 ­ Roger Palm 1996 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1996 ­ Jeff Houser 1996 ­ Roger Palm 1996 ­ Rob Heald 1995 ­ Henrik Nebrelius 1995 ­ Kristjan Brooks 1995 ­ Henrik Lilius 1995 ­ Sergio Jaramillo 1995 ­ Roger Palm 1995 ­ Rafnar Hermannsson 1994 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1994 ­ Adrian Bush 1994 ­ Ulf Lilius 1993 ­ Adrian Bush 1993 ­ Ulf Lilius 1993 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1993 ­ Henrik Lilius 1993 ­ Niklas Fredriksson 1992 ­ George Fotopoulos 1992 ­ Mike Heald 1992 ­ Mikael Grennas

Ulf Lilius

1991 ­ Adrian Bush 1991 ­ George Fotopoulos 1991 ­ Mikael Grennas 1991 ­ Justin Throneburg 1990 ­ Adrian Bush 1990 ­ Niklas Fredriksson 1990 ­ Mikael Grennas 1990 ­ Justin Throneburg 1989 ­ Mika Muhonen 1989 ­ Tom Reasoner 1989 ­ John Timko 1988 ­ Thomas Hogstedt 1988 ­ Mika Muhonen 1988 ­ Tom Reasoner 1988 ­ Matts Petersson 1988 ­ John Timko 1987 ­ Jorgen Adolfsson 1987 ­ Frank Arlasky 1987 ­ John Clarke 1987 ­ Chris Sullivan 1987 ­ Byron Triplett SECOND­TEAM ALL­SSC 2007 ­ Ricardo Cardoso 2007 ­ Ryan Maxwell 2007 ­ Devin Shaw 2007 ­ Kevin Sierra 2007 ­ Dan Ingvarsson 2006 ­ Ryan Maxwell 2005 ­ Luke Enna 2005 ­ Robbie Folbrycht 2004 ­ Robbie Folbrycht 2002 ­ Roy Fink 2002 ­ Ingo Fochler 2002 ­ Robbie Folbrycht 2001 ­ Roy Swarts 2001 ­ Robbie Folbrycht 2001 ­ Marlon Rojas 2001 ­ Ingo Fochler 2000 ­ Ryan Godfrey 2000 ­ Per Anders Eliasson 2000 ­ Roy Swarts 1998 ­ Jaymi Bailey 1998 ­ Eric Sims 1997 ­ Dexter Rouse 1997 ­ T.J. Delucia 1996 ­ Dexter Rouse

Roger Ramsey

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1996 ­ Anders Paulsson 1995 ­ Anders Paulsson 1995 ­ Mike Rode 1994 ­ Anders Paulsson 1994 ­ Keiran O’Neill 1994 ­ Rafnar Hermannsson 1993 ­ Sergio Jaramillo 1993 ­ Mike Heald 1992 ­ Kelly Walden 1992 ­ Kristjan Brooks 1992 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1992 ­ Ulf Lilius 1991 ­ Niklas Fredriksson 1991 ­ Mike Heald 1991 ­ Martin Nebrelius 1990 ­ Jorgen Adolfsson 1990 ­ Mike Heald 1990 ­ Joe Lhota 1989 ­ Carlos Cubas 1989 ­ Mikael Grennas 1988 ­ Jorgen Adolfsson 1988 ­ Nic Karlsson 1988 ­ Scott Leamey 1987 ­ Robert Bent 1987 ­ Chris Egger 1986 ­ Thomas Hogstedt 1986 ­ Kyle Muehlstein 1986 ­ Mika Muhonen 1986 ­ Jorgen Petersson HONORABLE MENTION ALL­SSC 1998 ­ Anthony Obianagha 1995 ­ Eric Sims 1994 ­ Sergio Jaramillo 1994 ­ Rob Heald 1993 ­ Rene Kronvold 1993 ­ Kristjan Brooks 1993 ­ David Winner 1992 ­ Joe Lhota 1992 ­ Rafnar Hermannsson 1992 ­ Henrik Lilius 1990 ­ Carlos Cubas 1990 ­ Mac Wilson 1989 ­ Nic Karlsson

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Sunshine State Conference

Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sport organiza­ tion to the Division II “Conference of Champions”. Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. SSC member schools won two NCAA II national championships in 2008­09 and have captured a total of 71 titles in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s golf, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, softball, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball and are nationally recognized in women’s basketball, women’s rowing and cross coun­ try as well. The Sunshine State Conference sponsors championships in men’s and women’s basket­ ball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, softball, baseball, men’s and women’s golf and women’s rowing. Member schools include Barry University (Miami Shores), Eckerd College (St. Petersburg), Florida Tech (Melbourne), Florida Southern College (Lakeland), Lynn University (Boca Raton), Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale), Rollins College (Winter Park), Saint Leo University (Saint Leo) and The University of Tampa (Tampa). Jay Jones is the commissioner and Kelly Harrison is assistant commissioner for internal operations. Dr. Anne B. Kerr (Florida Southern) is the President. Frank Jewell is the supervisor of officials for women’s soccer. The office address is 7061 Grand National Drive, Suite 140, Orlando, Fla. 32819. Phone: (407) 248­8460. The SSC website address is www.sunshinestateconfer­ ence.com.

2008 SSC Awards

2008 Final SSC Standings

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

Conference School W­L­T GF Lynn 7­1 31 Tampa 6­2 20 Saint Leo 5­3 19 Eckerd 4­4 19 Barry 3­4­1 21 Nova Southeastern 3­5 16 Rollins 3­5 10 Florida Tech 2­5­1 16 Florida Southern 2­6 13

GA 9 13 14 19 21 20 15 24 30

Overall Pts PCT W­L­T 21 .875 18­2 18 .750 18­4­1 15 .625 10­7­1 12 .500 11­8 10 .438 11­6­1 9 .375 10­9­1 9 .375 7­10 7 .313 6­10­1 6 .250 3­12

GF GA PCT 74 18 .900 71 26 .804 43 29 .583 48 43 .579 45 30 .639 48 39 .525 26 30 .412 52 39 .382 19 46 .200

2009 SSC Preseason Poll 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Team Tampa Lynn Rollins Nova Southeastern Saint Leo Barry Eckerd Florida Tech Florida Southern

Points (1st Place) 126 (14) 100 (2) 85 (1) 79 (1) 78 71 57 35 17

First Team all­SSC F – Jean Alexandre, Lynn F – Pascal Milien, Tampa F – Luke Sheekey, Eckerd M – Ryan Maxwell, Tampa M – Romain Onteniente, Nova Southeastern M – Nano Short, Lynn D – James Hayers, Lynn D – Dan Ingvarsson, Tampa D – Lee Porter, Lynn GK – Ryan Thompson, Tampa At­Large – Eusebio Montoya, Saint Leo Second Team all­SSC F – Stanley Abada, Florida Tech F – Mark Anderson, Barry F – Jonathan Glenn, Saint Leo M – Tyrell Burgess, Lynn M – Joe Ilett, Eckerd M – Naru Wild­Putsorn, Florida Tech D – Sam Craven, Lynn D – Jacob Deloach, Rollins D – John Fletcher, Eckerd GK – Adam Alcock, Lynn At­Large – Gabe Taboada, Lynn Player of the Year Jean Alexandre, Lynn Offensive Player of the Year Jean Alexandre, Lynn

2008 Tampa Player of the Week Selections Name Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson

Off./Def. Defense Defense Defense Defense

Date September 2 September 29 October 13 October 20

Defensive Player of the Year Ryan Thompson, Tampa Coach of the Year Adrian Bush, Tampa Freshman of the Year Mark Anderson, Barry

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Florida Memorial

Palm Beach Atlantic

Clayton State

Thursday, August 27, Tampa, Fla.

Saturday, August 29, West Palm Beach, Fla.

Friday, September 4, Morrow, Ga.

Location: Miami Gardens, Fla. Enrollment: 2,200 Colors: Royal Blue and Orange Nickname: Lions Conference: Florida Sun Affiliation: NAIA Home Field: President: Dr. Karl Wright Athletic Director: Robert Smith Head Coach: Fernando Valenzuela Record at FMU: Overall Record: 2008 Record: N/A Series Record: First meeting SID: Damian Alexander SID Phone: 305­626­3194 SID Fax: 305­626­3169 SID Email: Damian.Alexander@fmuniv.edu Athletic Website: athletics.fmuniv.edu

Location: West Palm Beach, Fla. Enrollment: 3,264 Colors: Navy Blue and White Nickname: Sailfish Conference: Independent Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Lantana Field President: Dr. David W. Clark Athletic Director: Bob White Head Coach: Jose Gomez Record at PBAU: 39­37­7 (four years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 13­7­1 Series Record: UT leads 8­2 Sports Information Director: Michael Brown SID Phone: 561­803­2529 SID Fax: 561­835­4329 SID Email: michael_brown@pba.edu Athletic Website: www.pbasailfish.com

Location: Morrow, Ga. Enrollment: 6,200 Colors: Navy and Orange Nickname: Lakers Conference: Peachbelt Athletic Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Laker Field President: Dr. Thomas Harden Athletic Director: Mason Barfield Head Coach: Pete Peterson Record at CSU: 58­26­14 (five years) Overall Record: 137­54­20 (ten years) 2008 Record: 14­3­2 Series Record: Tied 1­1 Sports Information Director: Lee Wright SID Phone: 678­466­4681 SID Fax: 678­466­4699 SID Email: leewright@clayton.edu Athletic Website: athletics.clayton.edu

North Georgia

Savannah College of Art and Design

West Florida

Sunday, September 6, Dahlonega, Ga. Location: Dahlonega, Ga. Enrollment: 4,855 Colors: Royal and White Nickname: Saints Conference: Peach Belt Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: NGCSU Soccer Complex President: David Potter Athletic Director: Randy Dunn Head Coach: Pat Parris Record at NG: 16­21­2 (three years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 8­11­1 Series Record: first meeting Sports Information Director: David Beall SID Phone: 706­867­3250 SID Fax: 706­867­2865 SID Email: jdbeall@ngcsu.edu Athletic Website: www.saintssports.com

Saturday, September 11, Tampa, Fla. Location: Savannah. Ga. Enrollment: 7,000 Colors: Black, White, and Gold Nickname: Bees Conference: Florida Sun Affiliation: NAIA Home Field: SCAD Athletics Complex President: Paula Wallace Athletic Director: Jud Damon Head Coach: Tom Melville Record at SCAD: 5­9­2 (one year) Overall Record: 186­192­33 (22 years) 2008 Record: 5­9­2 Series Record: First meeting SID: Michael MacEachern SID Phone: 912­525­4815 SID Fax: 912­525­4814 SID Email: mmaceach@scad.edu Athletic Website: www.scadathletics.com

Friday, September 18, Pensacola, Fla. Location: Pensacola, Fla. Enrollment: 9,700 Colors: Blue and Green Nickname: Argonauts Conference: Gulf South Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: UWF Soccer Field President: John Cavanaugh Athletic Director: Dave Scott Head Coach: Bill Elliott Record at UWF: 127­68­17 (12 years) Overall Record: 144­82­18 (14 years) 2008 Record: 15­4­2 Series Record: UT leads 9­3­1 Sports Information Director: Matt Rowley SID Phone: 850­474­2140 SID Fax: 850­474­3342 SID Email: mrowley@uwf.edu Athletic Website: www.goargos.com

Barry

lynn

florida southern

Saturday, September 26, Tampa, Fla.

Saturday, October 3, Tampa, Fla.

Friday, October 9, Tampa, Fla.

Location: Miami Shores, Fla. Enrollment: 8,242 Colors: Red, Black and Silver Nickname: Buccaneers Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Buccaneer Field President: Sr. Linda Bevilacqua, O.P., Ph.D. Athletic Director: Mike Covone Head Coach: Steve McCrath Record at BU: 132­54­15 (11 years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 11­6­1 Series Record: UT leads 14­7­2 Sports Information Director: Dennis Jezek, Jr. SID Phone: 305­899­3897 SID Fax: 305­899­3556 SID Email: djezek@barry.edu Athletic Website: www.GoBarryBucs.com

Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Enrollment: 2,700 Colors: Royal Blue and White Nickname: Fighting Knights Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: The McCusker Sports Complex President: Dr. Kevin M. Ross Athletic Director: Kristen Moraz Head Coach: John Rootes Record at LU: 18­2 Overall Record: 298­97­22 (21 years) 2008 Record: 18­2 Series Record: LU leads 16­9­1 Sports Information Director: Chad Beattie SID Phone: 561­237­7341 SID Fax: 561­237­7409 SID Email: cbeattie@lynn.edu Athletic Website: www.lynn.edu/athletics

Location: Lakeland, Fla. Enrollment: 1,946 Colors: Scarlet and White Nickname: Moccasins Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Barnett Field President: Dr. Anne Kerr Athletic Director: Pete Meyer Head Coach: Hugh Seyfarth Record at FSC: 22­38­4 (four years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 3­12 Series Record: UT leads 26­3­2 MS Sports Information Dir.: Tim Carpenter SID Phone: 863­680­3955 SID Fax: 863­680­3953 SID Email: tcarpenter@flsouthern.edu Athletic Website: www.flsouthern.edu/athletics

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eckerd

Rollins

nova southeastern

Tuesday, October 13, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Friday, October 16, Winter Park, Fla.

Wednesday, October 21, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Location: St. Petersburg, Fla. Enrollment: 1,749 Colors: Teal, Blue and White Nickname: Tritons Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Turley Athletic Complex President: Dr. Donald R. Eastman III Athletic Director: Dr. Bob Fortosis Head Coach: Jeremy Wisdo Record at EC: 28­24­1 (three years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 11­8 Series Record: UT leads 28­4 Sports Information Director: Guy Harrison SID Phone: 727­864­8242 SID Fax: 727­864­8968 SID Email: harrisong@eckerd.com Athletic Website: www.eckerd.edu/tritons

Location: Winter Park, Fla. Enrollment: 1,759 Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Tars Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Barker Family Stadium President: Dr. Lewis Duncan Athletic Director: Pennie Parker Head Coach: Keith Buckley Record at RC: 197­112­18 (18 years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 8­10 Series Record: UT leads 22­11­4 Sports Information Director: Nate Weyant SID Phone: 407­646­2661 SID Fax: 407­646­1562 SID Email: nweyant@rollins.edu Athletic Website: www.rollinssports.com

Location: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Enrollment: 5,413 Colors: Navy Blue and Gray Nickname: Sharks Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: NSU Soccer Complex President: Ray Ferrero, Jr. Athletic Director: Michael Mominey Head Coach: Giuseppe DePalo Record at NSU: 115­64­17 (ten years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 10­9­1 Series Record: Tampa leads 6­5­3 Sports Information Director: B. Keith Smith SID Phone: 954­262­8261 SID Fax: 954­262­3926 SID Email: bs746@nova.edu Athletic Website: nsuathletics.nova.edu

florida tech

johnson & Wales

saint leo

Saturday, October 24, Melbourne, Fla.

Monday, October 26, Tampa, Fla.

Thursday, October 29, Tampa, Fla.

Location: Melbourne, Fla. Enrollment: 4,200 Colors: Crimson and Gray Nickname: Panthers Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: Rick Stottler Field President: Dr. Anthony J. Catanese Athletic Director: Bill Jurgens Head Coach: Robin Chan Record at FIT: 19­37­8 (four years) Overall Record: same 2008 Record: 6­10­1 Series Record: UT leads 28­7­3 Sports Information Director: Rebecca Vick SID Phone: 321­674­7484 SID Fax: 321­674­7502 SID Email: rvick@fit.edu Athletic Website: www.floridatechsports.com

Location: North Miami, Fla. Enrollment: 2,300 Colors: Royal and Gold Nickname: Wildcats Conference: USCCA Affiliation: NAIA Home Field: JWU Soccer Field President: Dr. Donald McGregor Athletic Director: David Graham Head Coach: Bob Lennon Record at JWU: first year Overall Record: same 2007 Record: N/A (first season) Series Record: first meeting Sports Information Director: David Graham SID Phone: 305­892­7022 SID Fax: 305­892­5392 SID Email: david.graham@jwu.edu Athletic Website: www.jwu.edu/northmiami/athletics

Location: Saint Leo, Fla. Enrollment: 12,942 Colors: Green and Gold Nickname: Lions Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Field: University Field President: Dr. Arthur F. Kirk, Jr. Athletic Director: Francis X. Reidy Head Coach: Joel Harrison Record at SLU: 54­25­6 (five years) Overall Record: 112­53­14 (nine years) 2008 Record: 10­7­1 Series Record: UT leads 27­6 Sports Information Director: Evan Ortiz SID Phone: 352­588­8506 SID Fax: 352­588­8290 SID Email: evan.ortiz@saintleo.edu Athletic Website: www.saintleolions.com

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All-Time Series Records Opponent Air Force Akron Alabama A&M Alabama­Huntsville Alderson­Broaddus American American International Assumption Baker Barry Belhaven Belmont Abbey Bethel Birmingham­Southern Boston College Boston University Butler Cal­Berkeley Cal State­Chico Cal State­Dominguez Hills Cal State­Fullerton Cal State­Los Angeles Cal State­Northridge Cal State­Sacramento Carson­Newman Central Arkansas Central Florida Chapman Christian Brothers Clayton State Clemson Cleveland State Colorado College Colorado Mines Covenant C.W. Post Davis & Elkins Dowling East Stroudsburg Eckerd Embry­Riddle Flagler Florida Atlantic FIT­Jensen Beach Florida International Florida Southern Florida Tech Franklin Pierce Fresno State Gannon George Washington Harding Harvard Incarnate Word Indiana Indianapolis Jacksonville Lander Lewis

Record 1­2 1­0 3­2 3­0 1­0 2­1 0­1 1­0 1­0 13­7­2 1­0 1­0 1­0 1­0 1­0 0­1 0­1 0­2 1­0 1­0 1­0 2­0 0­1 1­0 1­0 2­3 11­3­1 1­0 3­4 1­1 0­1 0­1 1­0 0­1 1­0 1­0­1 1­1­1 1­1 1­0 27­4 2­0 10­0­1 12­0 1­0 8­6­2 25­3­2 27­7­3 2­0 1­0 1­1 0­2 1­0 0­1 2­0 1­1 2­0 5­0 4­0 1­1­1

Last Meeting 1992 1987 1991 1999 1995 1987 2002 2000 2005 2007 1980 1978 2006 1994 1983 1986 1992 1985 1988 2001 1995 1995 1987 1989 1993 2005 2002 1985 2007 2006 1984 1983 1980 2002 2004 1990 1987 1999 1986 2007 1980 2007 1993 1978 1990 2007 2007 1996 1984 1995 1986 2006 1986 1994 1986 1999 1985 2001 2002

Lincoln Memorial Lindsey Wilson Lynn Madonna Maryland Mercer Metro State Miami Missouri­St. Louis Missouri Southern State Mobile Montevallo Mount St. Mary’s New Haven North Carolina North Carolina­Greensboro North Carolina State North Florida Northeast Louisiana Northeast Misssouri State Nova Southeastern Oakland (Mich.) Palm Beach Atlantic Penn State Presbyterian Puget Sound Quincy Randolph Macon Rockhurst Rollins Rosary Rutgers Saint Leo St. Francis (Ill.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Thomas San Diego State San Francisco Seattle Pacific Shippensburg South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina­Upstate South Florida Southern Connecticut State Southern Illinois­Edwardsville Southern Indiana Spring Hill Stetson Tennessee Wesleyan Thomas (Ga.) UCLA Union College Virginia Warner Southern Webber West Florida West Virginia William Carey William & Mary

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1­0 1­2 8­14­1 1­0 0­1 1­0 0­0­1 6­0 6­1 1­0 1­0 3­0­2 1­0 0­1 1­0 2­2 1­0 4­1 1­0 2­1 5­5­3 3­0 7­2 1­0­1 2­0 1­0 1­0 1­0 0­1 21­11­4 1­0 0­1 26­5­0 1­0 1­0 15­5 1­0 1­0 4­6­1 1­0 1­1 1­0 3­5­2 7­7­2 3­5­4 1­0 2­0 1­0 9­0 1­0 3­1 0­1 1­0 0­1 4­1 5­0 8­3­1 1­1 1­0 1­0

1997 1999 2007 1996 1985 1984 2002 1983 1999 2003 1996 2007 1987 1984 1982 1989 1981 1996 1981 1992 2007 1994 2007 1986 1998 1996 1982 1981 2003 2007 1989 1985 2007 1996 2003 2007 1995 1984 2004 1984 1989 1985 1998 1997 2001 2001 2003 2004 2000 1980 2007 1985 2001 1985 2007 2004 2007 1985 1998 1982

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Year-by-Year Results 1978 (11­3) Coach: Jay Miller Miami­Dade South Flagler College @ Florida Southern South Florida Eckerd @ Stetson Florida International @ Palm Beach Atlantic Embry­Riddle @ Saint Leo Belmont Abbey @ South Florida Palm Beach Atlantic F.I.T.­Jensen Beach F.I.T.­Melbourne Miami (Fla.)

T, 2­2 W, 9­1 W, 3­2 L, 4­3 L, 3­0 W, 2­1 W, 2­1 W, 9­0 W, 4­0 W, 2­0 W, 2­0 L, 2­1 W, 9­0 W, 4­3 W, 3­0 W, 3­1

Florida Atlantic Seattle Pacific @ N.E. Louisiana @ Jacksonville Florida Southern Central Florida Saint Leo @ Rollins @ Miami @ Florida International @ Randolph­Macon @ Florida Atlantic @ F.I.T.­Melbourne South Florida @ Eckerd Rollins Missouri­St. Louis (NCAA) California State­LA (NCAA)

W, 3­1 T, 1­1 W, 4­1 W, 2­1 W, 4­1 W, 2­1 W, 8­1 W, 4­1 W, 3­1 T, 2­2 W, 7­0 W, 6­0 W, 3­1 T, 2­2 W, 1­0 W, 1­0 W, 2­0 W, 1­0

1982 (19­2) Coach: Jay Miller

1979 (8­5) Coach: Jay Miller Florida Southern Stetson South Florida Embry­Riddle Rollins West Virginia Saint Leo Alabama A&M Central Florida Eckerd Miami Florida International F.I.T.­Melbourne

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W, 7­0 W, 3­0 W, 3­2 W, 5­0 L, 3­1 L, 2­1 W, 6­1 L, 6­1 L, 2­1 W, 4­1 W, 2­1 L, 4­2 W, 4­0

9/1 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/25 9/27 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/10 10/12 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/27

10/30 11/3 11/6 11/10 11/12 11/14

South Florida Central Florida Southern Connecticut St. Eckerd Central Florida (NCAA) Fla. International (NCAA)

W, 1­0 L, 3­1 W, 4­1 W, 6­1 W, 5­1 L, 4­1

1983 (15­3­3) Coach: Jay Miller 9/9 9/21 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/8 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/25 10/28 10/31 11/4 11/7 11/12 11/19 11/27 12/2

C.W. Post W, 8­0 Biscayne W, 2­1 Florida Atlantic W, 2­1 Florida International W, 1­0 Miami W, 6­0 Florida Southern W, 7­0 Quincy W, 3­0 Jacksonville W, 7­0 Florida Tech W, 3­0 Alabama A&M W, 2­1 (ot) Saint Leo W, 7­2 William & Mary W, 2­1 North Carolina W, 1­0 Rollins W, 2­0 9/4 Stetson W, 8­1 9/11

Air Force W, 2­0 Florida Southern W, 2­0 Florida Atlantic W, 10­0 @ Florida Tech W, 1­0 Boston College W, 2­1 Saint Leo W, 9­0 Cleveland State L, 2­0 Alabama A&M W, 1­0 Jacksonville W, 4­1 @ Rollins W, 2­0 @ Eckerd W, 4­3 @ Florida International L, 3­1 Stetson University W, 6­1 South Florida W, 2­0 Biscayne W, 6­1 Central Florida W, 1­0 Miami (Fla.) W, 5­0 D and Elk. (NCAA) W, 2­1 (PK) FIU (NCAA) W, 3­2 (PK) S. Connecticut St. (NCAA) W, 2­1 Seattle Pacific (NCAA) L, 1­0

1984 (16­6) Coach: Jay Miller Shippensburg Flagler

W, 3­0 W, 4­0

1980 (13­3) Coach: Jay Miller @ Colorado College @ Air Force @ Jacksonville @ Florida Southern Tennessee Wesleyan Miami @ Saint Leo Florida International Belhaven Rollins @ Stetson F.I.T.­Melbourne @ South Florida Eckerd Central Florida Fla. International (NCAA)

1981 (15­0­3) Coach: Jay Miller

W, 2­1 L, 1­0 W, 4­2 W, 11­2 W, 5­0 W, 7­1 W, 6­0 W, 1­0 W, 3­1 W, 2­1 W, 2­0 W, 3­0 L, 3­1 W, 4­0 W, 1­0 L, 1­0

The 1981 team captured the program’s first national championship.

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Year-by-Year Results 9/14 9/15 9/18 9/22 9/25 9/28 10/2 10/5 10/6 10/11 10/16 10/19 10/21 10/27 10/30 11/2 11/4 11/9 11/11 11/25

@ San Francisco @ California @ Fresno State Florida Tech Rollins @ Saint Leo @ Florida Southern Alabama A&M Mercer Florida International UNC­Greensboro @ Clemson North Carolina State @ South Florida Eckerd @ St. Thomas Florida Atlantic Indiana Penn State New Haven (NCAA)

1985 (10­10­1) Coach: Jay Miller 9/3 9/6 9/7 9/11 9/14 9/15 9/18 9/21 9/24 10/4 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/16 10/18 10/19 10/23 10/26 11/2

L, 2­1 L, 2­0 W, 4­0 W, 6­0 W, 4­1 W, 4­0 W, 7­0 L, 5­3 W, 6­0 W, 2­1 W, 5­3 L, 3­1 W, 1­0 W, 2­1 W, 4­1 W, 7­1 W, 6­0 L, 3­1 W, 2­1 L, 1­0 Former Tampa mayor and Florida governor Bob Martinez presented the 1981 Spartans with the Mayor’s Trophy.

11/8 Jacksonville W, 5­0 11/10 George Washington L, 2­0 West Virginia W, 2­1 (ot) Flagler W, 2­1 UCLA L, 4­2 American L, 2­1 9/3 Florida Tech W, 3­0 9/9 Chapman W, 5­1 9/13 Saint Leo W, 2­1 9/16 Virginia L, 1­0 9/20 Rutgers L, 1­0 9/24 Florida Southern W, 11­0 9/27 Florida International T, 0­0 9/30 St. Thomas L, 1­0 10/3 California­Berkeley L, 4­0 10/4 Florida Atlantic W, 2­0 10/11 Eckerd W, 2­1 10/16 Rollins L, 4­3 (ot) 10/19 South Florida L, 5­2 10/24

Maryland South Carolina

1986 (12­7­1) Coach: Jay Miller Boca Raton Central Florida Eckerd Stetson Florida Tech Flagler Barry Florida Southern Penn State American University Rollins Saint Leo Florida International George Washington

L, 2­1 L, 1­0 10/26 Boston W, 5­3 W, 5­1 10/29 St. Thomas 11/2 South Florida L, 4­1 11/7 Harvard L, 4­1 11/9 Indiana W, 2­1 11/15 East Stroudsburg W, 1­0 L, 1­0 11/21 Davis & Elkins L, 3­1 L, 4­0 W, 3­0 1987 (16­3­1) W, 4­2 Coach: Tom Fitzgerald W, 3­2 W, 7­0 W, 2­1 9/10 Florida Atlantic W, 2­1 W, 2­0 9/16 @ Eckerd T, 0­0 W, 5­0 9/19 Davis & Elkins W, 4­0 T, 1­1 9/23 Stetson W, 2­1 W, 2­1 9/26 Central Florida W, 2­0 W, 2­0 9/29 @ Florida Tech W, 4­0 W, 5­1 10/1 Florida Southern W, 3­0 W, 3­0 10/3 St. Thomas W, 3­2 L, 3­4 10/7 Flagler 10/10 @ Rollins W, 2­1 10/14 Saint Leo W, 6­0 10/17 Florida International W, 1­0 10/19 Boca Raton L, 3­0 10/21 Mount St. Mary's W, 1­0 10/24 South Florida L, 3­2 10/31 Akron W, 1­0 11/1 American W, 1­0 11/7 Barry W, 6­0 11/21 Florida Tech (NCAA) W, 2­1 12/5 Cal St.­Northridge (NCAA) L, 3­0

1988 (11­6­2) Coach: Tom Fitzgerald The 1982 Spartans won a school record of 19 matches, which still stands.

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9/6 9/13

@ Florida International Chico State

L, 1­0 W, 4­1

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Year-by-Year Results 9/16 9/18 9/21 9/24 9/25 9/28 10/1 10/2 10/4 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/22 10/29 11/1 11/12

@ Barry W, 1­0 @ Boca Raton L, 5­3 Florida Atlantic W, 4­1 @ South Carolina­Upstate T, 0­0 @ UNC­Greensboro W, 3­0 @ Central Florida W, 2­0 @ Alabama­Huntsville W, 3­0 @ South Alabama W, 3­2 @ Florida Southern W, 1­0 Eckerd W, 4­0 @ Saint Leo W, 2­1 Florida Tech L, 2­0 @ Flagler T, 1­1 Rollins W, 2­1 @ South Florida L, 5­0 Nova Southeastern L, 3­0 Gannon (NCAA) L, 3­1

1989 (19­0­2) Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 9/15 9/17 9/20 9/23 9/24 9/29 10/3 10/6 10/9 10/11 10/14 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/25 10/28 10/31 11/2 11/11 11/19

Florida International L, 3­2 (ot) Barry W, 3­2 (ot) Central Florida T, 1­1 Cal State­Sacramento W, 2­0 Oakland W, 1­0 (ot) Rosary W, 5­1 Nova Southeastern T, 0­0 Eckerd W, 3­1 South Alabama L, 2­1 Florida Southern W, 2­0 Missouri­St. Louis W, 2­1 (ot) UNC­Greensboro L, 3­1 Flagler W, 2­1 (ot) Rollins W, 2­0 Florida Tech L, 1­0 South Florida L, 2­1 (ot) Boca Raton W, 1­0 (ot) Saint Leo W, 6­1 Florida Tech (NCAA) W, 2­0 (ot) UNC­Greensboro (NCAA) L, 2­1

1990 (14­3­1) Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 9/7 9/14 9/17 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/29 9/30 10/2 10/6 10/13 10/16 10/20 10/26 10/30

Florida International Barry Florida Atlantic Central Florida Missouri­St. Louis Florida Southern N.E. Missouri State C.W. Post Eckerd West Florida Seattle Pacific Flagler Rollins Florida Tech South Florida

W, 3­1 W, 2­1 W, 1­0 W, 1­0 W, 1­0 W, 4­1 L, 2­1 T, 1­1 W, 3­1 W, 1­0 L, 5­3 W, 1­0 W, 3­1 L, 1­0 W, 1­0

Tampa matched a school record with 19 wins in 1989. 11/1 Saint Leo 11/4 South Carolina­Upstate 11/10 Florida Tech (NCAA)

W, 2­0 10/3 Rollins W, 5­1 W, 3­1 10/13 Florida Southern W, 8­1 L, 1­0 10/18 Barry L, 2­1 10/20 North Florida W, 3­1 10/23 Butler L, 4­2 1991 (17­4­1) 10/28 Flagler W, 1­0 Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 10/30 Missouri­St. Louis W, 2­0 9/7 Sonoma State W, 2­1 10/31 Northeast Missouri W, 7­0 9/11 Central Florida W, 2­1 11/6 Saint Leo W, 2­1 9/14 Barry W, 3­0 11/8 Air Force L, 1­0 9/18 Florida Southern W, 8­0 11/21 Florida Tech (NCAA) W, 2­1 9/21 Huntingdon Alabama W, 2­1 12/4 Oakland, Mo. (NCAA) W, 3­1 9/22 West Florida W, 6­1 12/5 S. Conn. St. (NCAA) L, 1­0 9/25 Eckerd W, 5­1 9/27 North Florida W, 3­0 1993 (14­3­1) 10/2 Saint Leo W, 6­1 Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 10/5 Missouri­St. Louis L, 2­1 W, 3­0 10/6 Northeast Missouri W, 1­0 (ot) 9/11 Central Florida W, 6­0 10/8 Florida Atlantic W, 3­0 9/15 Florida Southern W, 6­0 10/11 Seattle Pacific L, 2­0 9/19 Nova Southeastern W, 6­0 10/12 Metro State W, 4­0 9/22 Eckerd W, 6­0 10/19 Florida Tech L, 4­1 9/25 Barry W, 5­0 10/23 South Florida T, 2­2 9/29 Saint Leo W, 5­1 10/26 Rollins W, 4­1 10/4 Stetson T, 3­3 10/30 Flagler W, 1­0 10/8 South Carolina State L, 8­4 11/2 Alabama A&M W, 2­1 10/9 Seattle Pacific L, 2­1 11/3 Franklin Pierce W, 4­0 10/16 Florida Tech W, 4­1 11/16 USC­Upstate (NCAA) W, 2­1 10/19 St. Thomas W, 2­1 11/22 Florida Tech (NCAA) L, 2­1 10/22 Florida Atlantic 10/25 Carson­Newman W, 8­0 10/27 North Florida W, 5­0 1992 (15­4) 10/29 USC­Spartanburg W, 3­2 (ot) Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 10/30 Lander W, 2­1 9/12 South Florida W, 3­0 11/6 Rollins W, 2­0 9/16 Eckerd W, 9­0 11/13 USC­Upstate (NCAA) L, 4­0 9/19 Incarnate Word W, 4­2 9/23 Florida Atlantic W, 4­2 1994 (15­2­1) 9/26 Florida Tech W, 5­3 Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 9/29 Central Florida W, 4­0

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Year-by-Year Results

9/20 9/23 9/25 9/27 9/28 10/3 10/11 10/13 10/16 10/17 10/20 10/22 10/30 11/9 11/16 11/23

Mobile @ North Florida @ Puget Sound @ Seattle Pacific Southern Connecticut St. @ Webber Florida Tech St. Francis @ Barry @ Nova Southeastern Lynn @ Florida Southern Eckerd @ Saint Leo Lander (NCAA) @ Lynn (NCAA)

W, 4­0 L, 4­2 W, 2­0 L, 5­2 L, 5­0 W, 4­1 W, 5­1 W, 7­0 W, 3­1 W, 2­1 T, 0­0 T, 2­2 W, 3­1 W, 2­0 W, 1­0 L, 5­3

1997 (16­3) Coach: Keith Fulk The 1994 team captured the program’s second national title after winning its final 14 games. 9/14 9/20 9/23 9/24 9/28 10/4 10/7 10/15 10/16 10/17 10/22 10/25 10/29 11/2 11/12 11/19 12/1 12/3

North Florida W, 8­1 Barry W, 5­0 South Carolina­Upstate L, 2­1 Southern Connecticut StateL, 3­0 Florida Southern W, 3­1 Eckerd W, 3­0 Lynn W, 3­2 Presbyterian W, 5­0 Birmingham Southern W, 6­1 Incarnate Word W, 2­0 St. Thomas W, 3­1 Rollins W, 4­2 Florida Tech W, 3­1 Saint Leo W, 2­0 Florida Tech (NCAA) W, 3­1 USC­Upstate (NCAA) W, 3­0 S. Conn. St. (NCAA) W, 1­0 (PK) Oakland (NCAA) W, 3­0

10/20 10/25 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/18

Alderson­Broaddus @ Rollins Gannon Missouri­St. Louis Saint Leo USC­Upstate (NCAA)

W, 3­0 W, 3­2 W, 5­0 W, 5­0 W, 3­1 L, 1­0

1996 (14­4­2) Coach: Keith Fulk 8/30 9/6 9/8 9/18

Madonna St. Thomas Franklin Pierce Rollins

W, 10­0 W, 3­1 W, 2­1 W, 3­2

8/31 9/3 9/19 9/21 9/28 10/3 10/4 10/11 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/25 10/29 11/1 11/3 11/5

@ St. Thomas W, 3­0 Webber W, 8­2 Nova Southeastern W, 4­3 (ot) @ Florida Tech W, 3­1 Lincoln Memorial W, 3­0 Seattle Pacific W, 5­1 @ South Carolina­Upstate L, 2­0 Saint Leo W, 2­1 West Florida W, 4­1 Dowling W, 5­0 Alabama­Huntsville W, 6­3 Barry W, 4­1 Lindsey Wilson W, 3­2 (ot) Florida Southern W, 4­2 Lynn L, 3­1 South Florida W, 4­1 @ Rollins W, 4­2

1995 (18­1­2) Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 9/2 9/8 9/9 9/13 9/15 9/17 9/23 9/26 9/30 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/13 10/15 10/18

St. Thomas W, 3­1 South Carolina­Upstate T, 2­2 Seattle Pacific W, 2­0 @ Cal State­Los Angeles W, 4­0 @ Cal State­Fullerton W, 4­3 San Diego State W, 5­2 @ Florida Tech W, 5­3 @ Lynn W, 5­1 Barry W, 7­1 Florida Southern W, 7­1 Southern Indiana W, 2­0 @ Eckerd W, 7­0 Southern Connecticut StateT, 2­2 Lewis W, 4­1 North Florida W, 4­0

UT alum Keith Fulk was chosen to head the program prior to the 1996 campaign.

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Year-by-Year Results 11/8 @ Eckerd 11/16 @ Lynn (NCAA)

9/2 9/5 9/6 9/12 9/18 9/19 9/23 9/29 10/3 10/6 10/13 10/17 10/18 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/1 11/7

8/27 8/28 9/3 9/10 9/22 9/24 9/26 9/28 10/9

W, 6­0 10/18 Lindsey Wilson L, 8­0 L, 1­0 10/22 Lynn L, 2­0 10/24 West Florida W, 2­0 10/27 @ Rollins L, 2­1 (ot) 1998 (12­5­1) 10/29 @ Florida Tech T, 1­1 Coach: Keith Fulk 11/1 Indianapolis W, 4­0 Lander W, 7­0 11/7 Barry L, 1­0 Presbyterian W, 2­0 USC­Upstate L, 1­0 (ot) 2000 (14­4) St. Thomas W, 4­0 Coach: Keith Fulk Seattle Pacific W, 2­1 (ot) W, 3­0 S. Conn. St. L, 2­1 (ot) 8/30 @ Webber @ St. Thomas L, 4­1 William Carey W, 3­0 9/1 Southern Connecticut St. W, 2­0 Eckerd W, 3­1 9/8 Seattle Pacific W, 3­0 Saint Leo W, 4­1 9/9 W, 2­1 Rollins W, 2­0 9/13 @ Florida Southern W, 4­1 Lindsey Wilson L, 1­0 9/15 Montevallo W, 4­3 Lynn L, 2­0 9/17 @ West Florida L, 1­0 Nova Southeastern W, 3­1 9/20 @ Barry W, 3­0 Florida Tech W, 3­1 9/23 @ Stetson W, 2­1 Lewis T, 1­1 9/27 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 2­1 Barry L, 1­0 9/30 @ Saint Leo W, 4­0 Indianapolis W, 1­0 10/3 Eckerd W, 1­0 Florida Southern W, 4­1 10/13 Central Arkansas 10/15 Christian Brothers L, 2­0 10/20 Rollins W, 3­2 1999 (6­8­2) 10/22 Assumption W, 5­1 Coach: Keith Fulk 10/28 @ Lynn L, 3­2 Dowling L, 3­1 11/4 Florida Tech W, 5­0 @ S. Conn. St. L, 7­0 Missouri­St. Louis W, 2­1 (ot) 2001 (19­0­2) Nova Southeastern T, 2­2 Coach: Keith Fulk Florida Southern L, 3­0 W, 3­0 Alabama­Huntsville W, 3­0 8/25 @ Warner Southern W, 3­1 Montevallo W, 2­1 8/29 Union College Eckerd L, 2­1 (ot) 8/31 Southern Connecticut St. T, 2­2 Webber W, 3­0 Saint Leo W, 2­1 9/5

9/8 9/15 9/16 9/20 9/22 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/27 11/3 11/9 11/18 11/30 12/2

St. Thomas W, 2­1 West Florida W, 3­2 Montevallo W, 4­1 @ Palm Beach Atlantic W, 3­0 @ Florida Tech W, 2­0 Barry T, 1­1 Florida Southern W, 1­0 @ Eckerd W, 2­1 @ Christian Brothers W, 4­3 @ Central Arkansas W, 2­0 Saint Leo W, 3­0 @ Rollins W, 2­0 Lynn W, 2­1 (ot) Lynn (NCAA) W, 2­1 Lander (NCAA) W, 2­1 SIU­Edwardsville (NCAA) W, 2­1 CSU­Dom. Hills (NCAA) W, 2­1

2002 (5­10­2) Coach: Dawson Driscoll 8/30 9/2 9/4 9/6 9/13 9/28 9/29 10/4 10/9 10/13 10/15 10/18 10/23 10/30 11/2 11/5 11/9

@ Colorado Mines @ Metro State Warner Southern American International @ West Florida @ Lynn @ St. Thomas Florida Tech @ Barry Central Arkansas Christian Brothers Thomas Eckerd Lewis @ Florida Southern @ Saint Leo Rollins

L, 5­2 T, 2­2 W, 4­0 L, 1­0 W, 2­1 L, 4­1 L, 4­2 W, 5­0 L, 4­0 L, 2­1 L, 3­1 L, 2­0 W, 6­0 L, 2­1 T, 1­1 W, 2­1 L, 3­0

2003 (9­7­3) Coach: Dawson Driscoll

UT registered 16 victories in 1997.

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8/22 8/29 9/6 9/10 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/27 9/30 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/30

Central Arkansas Montevallo Missouri Southern Warner Southern Southern Indiana @ Florida Tech West Florida St. Thomas Lynn @ Rollins Rockhurst Barry @ Central Arkansas @ Christian Brothers Florida Southern @ Eckerd St. Joseph's @ Nova Southeastern

L, 2­0 T, 0­0 W, 4­0 W, 4­0 W, 3­0 T, 1­1 W, 2­1 W, 3­2 L, 2­1 L, 3­2 L, 3­2 L, 5­2 L, 1­0 L, 3­1 W, 3­0 W, 6­1 W, 8­1 W, 1­0

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Year-by-Year Results 11/1 11/4

Saint Leo @ Saint Leo

L, 1­0 10/18 @ Rollins L, 3­2 10/26 Saint Leo 10/28 Palm Beach Atlantic 11/2 Florida Southern

2004 (6­9­1) Coach: Tom Fitzgerald 8/27 8/29 9/1 9/16 9/18 9/22 9/29 10/2 10/7 10/12 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/27 10/30 11/2

@ West Florida @ Spring Hill Webber @ Barry @ Seattle Pacific Eckerd Florida Tech @ Florida Southern @ St. Thomas Rollins @ Lynn Covenant Nova Southeastern @ Saint Leo Palm Beach Atlantic @ Nova Southeastern

L, 3­1 W, 4­1 W, 1­0 L, 3­2 L, 2­1 L, 2­0 W, 3­2 W, 2­1 L, 2­1 T, 1­1 L, 3­1 W, 2­1 L, 2­0 L, 2­1 W, 3­2 L, 1­0

2005 (7­7­3) Coach: Adrian Bush 8/26 9/2 9/9 9/11 9/14 9/16 9/24 9/28 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/12 10/14

West Florida T, 1­1 (2ot) Clayton State L, 2­0 Christian Brothers W, 1­0 Central Arkansas L, 5­4 St. Thomas W, 3­2 (ot) Thomas W, 3­0 @ Florida Tech W, 2­0 @ Eckerd L, 1­0 Barry T, 2­2 (2ot) @ Palm Beach Atlantic W, 3­1 Baker L, 2­0 Lynn L, 2­0 @ Nova SE T, 1­1 (2ot)

L, 4­2 L, 2­1 L, 1­0 W, 3­1

10/6 @ #2 Nova Southeastern L, 4­1 10/10 Saint Leo W, 4­2 10/13 Florida Southern W, 3­2 10/16 St. Thomas L, 2­1 10/20 Barry W, 2­1 10/26 @ Eckerd W, 1­0 2006 (8­9­1) 11/2 Eckerd W, 3­1 Coach: Adrian Bush 11/4 @ #10 Lynn W, 4­2 8/26 #8 Clayton State W, 5­2 11/8 @ #10 Lynn (NCAA) W, 2­1 8/29 Warner Southern W, 3­2 11/11 vs. #18 UM (NCAA) T, 1­1 (L,6­5 PK) 9/1 @ West Florida L, 3­1 9/3 Bethel (Tenn.) W, 2­1 2008 (18­4­1) 9/8 vs. Harding W, 3­2 Coach: Adrian Bush 9/10 @ Christian Brothers L, 2­0 9/15 @ Florida Southern L, 2­1 8/28 @Christian Brothers T, 0­0 (2ot) 9/17 @ Barry W, 4­0 8/30 vs. Alabama­Huntsville W, 1­0 Florida College W, 16­0 9/20 #17 Rollins L, 2­1 9/8 W, 2­0 9/22 @ Saint Leo L, 3­2 9/11 vs. Truman State W, 3­0 9/27 Florida Tech L, 4­3 9/13 vs. Franklin Pierce L, 3­1 9/29 Palm Beach Atlantic L, 3­2 (ot) 9/16 @ Saint Leo W, 3­1 10/7 Nova Southeastern L, 2­1 (ot) 9/19 #18 West Florida W, 2­1 10/14 @ #9 Lynn L, 5­0 9/24 Nova Southeastern L, 4­1 10/15 @ St. Thomas W, 4­1 10/1 @ #1 Lynn W, 2­0 10/20 Eckerd W, 4­2 10/4 Rollins W, 1­0 10/22 Thomas W, 3­0 10/7 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 3­2 (2ot) 10/27 vs. FIT T, 1­1 (L,8­7 PK) 10/11 @ Barry 10/14 Eckerd W, 3­1 10/17 Flagler W, 4­0 2007 (13­5­1) 10/20 Johnson & Wales W, 8­0 Coach: Adrian Bush 10/24 @ Florida Southern W, 4­1 8/25 @ Thomas W, 2­1 (ot) 10/29 Florida Tech W, 4­1 8/31 #3 West Florida L, 4­0 11/7 vs. Saint Leo W, 4­1 9/7 Flagler W, 2­0 11/9 @ #2 Lynn L, 4­0 9/9 Christian Brothers W, 2­1 (ot) 11/14 vs. Montevallo W, 1­0 9/14 @ Palm Beach Atlantic W, 2­1 11/16 @ #1 Lynn W, 3­2 9/16 @ Florida Tech W, 3­2 (ot) 11/23 @ #5 Tusculum W, 3­2 (2ot) 9/21 @ Warner Southern L, 3­0 12/5 CSU­Dominguez Hills L, 3­2 (ot) 9/25 @ Rollins L, 1­0 9/29 #1 Lynn W, 4­2

Tampa captured the program’s first SSC tournament title while earning an NCAA tournament invite in 2007.

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UT Men’s Soccer Alumni

A Adolfsson, Jorgen Akerman, Josh Alvarado, Austin Alvero, Brian Amsler, Shane Anderson, Dave Arlasky, Frank Aulls, Justin Ayure, Heyden

1987­90 2003­04 2007­08 1996 1993­94 2002 1985­86 2003­04 2006­07

B Baboun, Patrick 1984­85 Bailey, Jaymi 1995­98 Balzan, Dan 2003­2006 Barber, Zach 2004­07 Baudreau, Jim 1986­87 Bejarano, Juan Pablo 2009 Bell, Jason 2000­01 Belli, Erol 2000­01 Benito, Keeron 2006 Bennis, Darrell 1986­87 Bent, Robert 1986­87 Bergould, Rich 1980 Bergstrand, Daniel 2006­ Bethel, Mike 2007­ Biggs, Matt 1992 Bluffstone, John 1988 Borowski, Tony 1997 Bourguignon, Jeff 2002 Braga, Christian 1998 Branch, Jeff 1986­87 Bredde, Kim 2009 Bromfield, Neil 1998 Brooks, Kristjan 1992­95 Bucknor, Sean 2008 Burt, Chad 2006 Bush, Adrian 1990­94 Butehorn, Bob 1980­83

C

Callahan, Miles 2009 Camacho, Luke 2002­05 Cardoso, Ricardo 2006­07 Carlson, John 1980 Carpenter, Matt 1996 Child, Edward 1995 Christian, Ty 1999­2000 Clamp, Steve 1992­95 Clarke, John 1986­87 Colino, Sal 1988­92 Colon, Francisco 2008­ Cordone, Frank 1980 Crawford, Matthew 1993 Cubas, Carlos 1987­90

D

I Iliff, Nick 1999­2001 Inglis, Lee 2005­08 Mickael Grennas Ingvarsson, Dan 2007­ Fisher, Tom 2003­04 Isaacson, Chuck 1986­87 Fisk, David 1996 Fluharty, Brandon 1997­98 Fochler, Ingo 2001­04 Folbrycht, Robbie 2001­05 1980 Fornino, Mike 1995­96 James, Joe 1982­85 Fotopoulos, Anthony 1992­95 James, Ken 2002 Fotopoulos, George 1991­92 Jankura, Graham 2004­05 Foxenberger, Jeff 1997­2001 Jansen, Chaz 1992­95 Franklin, Kyle 2002­05 Jaramillo, Sergio 2008 Fraser, Zach 2006­ Jimenez, Jorge 1980­82 Fredrickson, Carl 1980 Johansson, Peter 1987 Fredriksson, Niklas 1990­93 Johnston, Scott 1984 Friedman, Paul 1983­84 Jonsson, Per­Ake 2009 Fuchs, Frankie 1980 Josepher, Daniel Fulk, Keith 1980­84

J

Davies, Matt 2009 Davis, Stephen 2003 Deabler, Chris 1994­95 DeGenova, Mike 1996­97 Delesie, C. 1983 Delgado, Alex 2003­05 Della Pica, Federico 2003­04 DeLucia, T.J. 1997 Demeza, Paul 1987­89 Dennis, Gib 1996­99 Devlin, Kurt 1983­84 DeVore, Mike 2005­06 Disha, Ilir 2000­02 Dougherty, Buck 1985­87 Duble, Jay 1980 Durham, Bobby 2005, 2007

E Edwards, Devon Egger, Chris El Haouati, Hamza Eliasson, Per Anders Ellie, Xavier Emmerman, Gregg Engstrom, Kent Enna, Luke Escayg, Kareem Evenson, Tyler Ewing, Chris

2006 1987­88 2008­ 1999­00 2003­04 2004­07 1983­86 2003­05 2000­03 2003­04 2003

F

Maurice Loregnard

Hitzelberger, Will 1998­2001 Hogstedt, Thomas 1985­88 Holm, Johan 1999 Houser, Jeff 1995­96 Howard, Errol 1982­84 Huettich, Josh 2000­02 Huschen, Ralf 2003­04

G Genova, Bryce 2005 George, Clevon 2006­07 Giansante, Peter 1990­92 Goddard, Clete 2007­ Godfrey, Ryan 1997­2000 Gogan, Dale 2003­04 Goncalves, Dominic 2009 Gould, Todd 1980 Graham, Steve 1998­99 Graham, Tom 1980­82 Gratt, Joey 2009 Grattan, Mark 1988­89 Grennas, Mikael 1989­92 Griffin, Ryan 2008­ Guerrero, Gregory 2004­05 Gulan, Andrej 2007­

K Karlsson, Nicholas 1985­89 Karn, Matt 2008­ Keener, Brian 1980 Kelly, Matt 2003­04 Kemp, Michael 1995­98 Kenaway, Eahab 1989 Kennedy, Roger 1999 Keymont, Mark 1982­85 King, John 1986 Kirschy, George 2004­06 Kleeman, Paul 1990 Knox, Mike 1988­91 Koppelberger, Aaron 1993­95 Kronvold, Rene 1991­94

H

Falkenstern, Britt Fall, Kevin Fall, Mike Fekete, Brian Fetzer, Austin Fink, Roy Finn, John

2006 1982­85 1982 2009 2009 2000­03 2002­03

Harmone, Rocky 1980 Hassler, Ola 1999 Heald, Mike 1990­93 Heald, Rob 1993­96 Henriquez, Chris 1987 Hermansson, Rafnar 1992­95

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Jeff Foxenberger

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UT Men’s Soccer Alumni

Philpott, Daniel Pirrone, Sal Pitchkolan, Aaron Pizano, Luis Polidore, Darnell Powers, Robert Prete, John Putnam, Mark

L Lara, Mario Lash, Ricky Laurent, Pierre Layrisse, Tom Leamey, Scott Leasure, Bobby Lee, Joey Lee, Mike Lewis, Ken Lewis, Scott Lhota, Joe Lilius, Henrik Lilius, Ulf Liljewall, Fredrik Linus, Jimmy Littman, David Loaiza, Sergio Lombardo, Matt Lopez, Jonathon Loregnard, Maurice Luckenbaugh, Bob Luker, Jack

2000­01 1988­90 2001­02 2007­08 1985­88 1995­96 1998 1980­82 1991 1984 1989­92 1992­95 1992­94 1997 2007 1987­88 2005­06 1980 1998 1999­00 2002­05 2006

1997­98 1995 2001 1991­94 2002­03 1988 1980 1980

R Fredrik Liljewall Morstam, Magnus 1998­99 Moses, Jordan 2008­ Mostafavifar, Mehran 2000­01 Muehlstein, Kyle 1984­87 Muhonen, Mika 1986­89 Muniz, Alex 2007 Myers, Jordan 2005­06

N

Nash, John Nebrelius, Henrik Nebrelius, Martin Neiswender, Daryl Newton, Blake Maline, Tim 2007­ Nietubyc, Chris Malouf, Hank 2005­2006 Noble, Matt Masachio 1980 Novitske, Zachary Mastin, Kevin 1982­83 Mathias, Kwame 2005­06 Maxwell, Ryan 2006­08 McGarrigle, Brian 2003­05 McMullen, Dave 1982­83 O’Brien, Chris Meehan, Chris 2002­04 O’Neill, Kieran Messner, Ryan 2001 Obianagha, Anthony Milien, Pascal 2007­ Olofsson, Hans Miller, Carlos 1980 Oram, Kevin Mitchell, Chris 1998­2001 Mitchell, David 2007­08 Monaco, Greg 1988­91 Mora, Carlos 2006­07 Padron, Sergio Paggio, Brian Palm, Roger Panesso, Juan Pantuosco, John Paulsson, Anders Pavia, Don Pearson, Craig Pearson, Lee Pearson, Mark Perez, Francisco Pestana, Diego Petersson, Jorgen Petersson, Matts Roy Swarts

M

1980 1995­97 1992­94 1980 2007­08 2000­03 2009 2002

O

2007­ 1994 1998­99 1981­84 1998

P

1988­91 1997­98 1995­98 1992­95 1982­83 1994­97 1982­85 1995­97 1996­97 1990­93 2002 2009 1987 1988

T Tagaropoulos, Dimitri 1998 Talvitie, Tuomas 1994­97 Thompson, Ryan 2006­ Throneburg, Justin 1988­91 Timko, John 1988­89 Torrance, Michael 2007­08 Townsend, Denny 2003­04 Triplett, Byron 1984­87

Ramsey, Roger 1981­84 Reasor, Kevin 1984­86 Reasoner, Tom 1985­89 Reddick, John 2009 Unzicker, Bill Rode, Mike 1993­95 Rodoni, Mauro 1999­2000 Rodriguez, Ricky 1988­89 Rojas, Marlon 2001­02 Rouse, Dexter 1995­98 Vega, Ben Roush, Rusty 2000­03 Versaggi, Justin Rubio, Marcelo 2008 Vetzel, Ryan Ruggiano, Mike 2002 Vigas, Lorenzo

U

1984­87

V

S St. John, Kevin 2004­07 Salvagio, Luigi 1985­86 Salvog, Robby 1996­99 Sanchez, David 1996­99 Sandoval, Andres 2000­02 Sapp, Randall 1980 Sasser, Greg 2008­ Savage, Steve 1980­83 Scarpelli, Craig 1980 Schmidt, Brad 1996 Scott, Gavin 2008 Scott, Morgan 1995­96 Semales, Mike 2002 Shaw, Devin 2004­07 Shultz, Brian 1998 Sidor, Eric 1996­98 Sierra, Kevin 2004­07 Silva, Christian 2007 Simpson, Kevin 2002­03 Sims, Eric 1996­98 Smith, Alfonso 1980­84 Smith, Peter 1982­85 Smith, Steve 2002­03 Soufl, Paul 1988­89 Sprehe, Kory 2006­07 Stricklin, Jeff 1990 Sullivan, Chris 1986­87 Swan, Karl 2008­ Swardh, Goran 1981­83 Swarts, Roy 1999­2002 Sylvester, Rick 1982­85

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1989 2005­2006 2005­2006 1992

W Walden, Kelly Walker, Brandon Walker, Kyle Walner, Adonis Walsh, Tim Warren, Lister Weintraub, Paul West, Colby Willenborg, Jim Williams, Kyle Willman, Jim Wilson, Mac Winner, David Wolinger, Filipe Worchester, John Wright, Tommy

1989­92 2000­01 2002 2001 2006­07 2008­ 1996­97 2005 1982­83 2008­ 1982­85 1988­91 1992­94 2008 1987­90 2000

Y Young, Chris Young, Micah

1991­93 1996

Z Zarate, Martin Zayas, Chris Zoumberos, Mike

2004­05 2000 1996

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Tampa 1 Cal State­Los Angeles 0 Date: November 28, 1981 Attendance: 700 Weather: Clear Goals by period Cal State­Los Angeles Tampa

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT1 0 1

Total 0 1

Scoring Summary 1. 92:29 UT Peter Johansson (unassisted) ­ 30­yard kick Shots: CSULA ­ 7, Tampa ­ 13 Saves: CSULA ­ 6, Tampa ­ 4 (Tom Graham)

1981 National Champions Tampa 3 Oakland 0 Date: December 3, 1994 Attendance: 4,336 Weather: Clear and humid Goals by period Oakland Tampa

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT1 0 1

OT2 0 2

Total 0 3

Scoring Summary 1. 98:32 UT Martin Nebrelius (unassisted) ­ rebound off goalkeeper 2. 114:38 UT Martin Nebrelius (Anders Paulsson) ­ cross from left side 3. 117:20 UT Adrian Bush (Ulf Lilius) ­ left cross

1994 National Champions

Shots: Oakland ­ 9, Tampa ­ 21 Saves: Oakland ­ 9 (Amir Tal), Tampa ­ 2 (David Winner)

Tampa 2 Cal State­Dominguez Hills 1 Date: December 2, 2001 Attendance: 1,236 Weather: Sunny and clear Goals by period Cal State­Dom. Hills Tampa

1 1 0

2 0 2

Total 1 2

Scoring Summary 1. 1:19 CSUDH Joe Cartlidge (Sean Lockhart) ­ corner; header 2. 80:02 UT Jason Bell (Josh Huettich) ­ long cross; header 3. 86:20 UT Kareem Escayg (unassisted) ­ long shot; deflection

2001 National Champions

Shots: CSUDH ­ 12, Tampa ­ 9 Saves: CSUDH ­ 4 (Luis Morales), Tampa ­ 4 (Roy Swarts)

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The University of Tampa's athletic history includes a total of 12 national championships at the NCAA II level. The Spartans have captured titles in baseball (five), golf (two), men's soccer (three), women’s soccer (one) and volleyball (one).

2007 Women’s Soccer

2007 Baseball

2006 Volleyball

2006 Baseball

2001 Men’s Soccer

1998 Baseball

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1994 Men’s Soccer

1993 Baseball

1992 Baseball

1988 Golf

1987 Golf

1981 Men’s Soccer

Tampa SSC Championships (65 total) Baseball (12) ­ 1987, 1989, 1993, 1997­98, 2000­03, 2006­08 Men’s Basketball (eight) ­ 1984­86, 1988­90, 1992­94, 1997­98, 2001­02 Women’s Basketball (three) ­ 1993­94, 2002­03, 2008­09 Women’s Cross Country (seven) ­ 1988, 2002­05, 2007­08 Men’s Soccer (13) ­ 1982­84, 1986­87, 1989­90, 1992, 1994­97, 2001 Women’s Soccer (three) ­ 2005­07 Softball (one) ­ 2001 Volleyball (18) ­ 1983, 1985, 1987­88, 1991­92, 1996­2003, 2005­08

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UT Athletic Hall of Fame

The University of Tampa Athletic Hall of Fame was established as a way to aid the athletic department, its players, and teams through sponsorship of banquets and improvement of dressing, training, practice, and playing facilities. The hopes were that the existence of the Hall would encourage and motivate exemplary contributors, players, and coaches to exceed prior accomplish­ ments. Several of the Hall members’ accomplishments since leaving the university include: four World Series rings, one World Series win­ ning manager, an Olympic Gold Medal, six Super Bowl rings by three different players, a number one NFL draft selection, 18 play­ ers drafted or started in the NFL, a three­time Wimbledon tennis player, two major college football All­Americans, one Heisman Trophy nominee, a PGA Rookie of the Year, one NBA veteran and two alumni coaches who have guided UT teams to national cham­ pionships. Four former Spartan head football coaches have been voted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame. The University of Tampa Hall of Fame, which began in 1962, now includes 156 members. ’36 ’62 ’55 ’52 ’47 ’51 ’51 ’64 ’62 ’55 ’39 ’65 ’49 ’55 ’36 ’50 ’65 ’66 ’52 ’59 ’37 ’66 ’41 ’67 ’55 ’52 ’36 ’67 ’59 ’68 ’47 ’58 ’68 ’36 ’55 ’69 ’36 ’51 ’60 ’70 ’56 ’41 ’65 ’71 ’62 ’54 ’62 ’68 ’48 ’56 ’72 ’73 ’69

(F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (F) (BK) (C) (C) (F) (F) (C) (F) (F) (F) (CR) (C) (C) (F) (F) (BK) (C) (F) (C) (F) (F) (F) (C) (BK) (C) (B) (F) (C) (F) (F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (C) (F) (T) (F) (C) (B (F) (F) (F) (B) (F) (C) (C) (F)

William Godwin Nash Higgins William Minahan George Montz Paul Straub Holland Aplin Harry Bryan Crockett Farnell George Howell Robert Lovely Al Yorkunas Miller K. Adams Jerry Jackson Tom Mahin Gus Muench Bill Stalnaker George Strauss Sam Bailey Vince Chicko Lowell Freeman Edwin Means Eddie Rouleau Joe Champ Williams Dr. James Estes Ted Green Fred Pancoast Rudy Rodriquez H. Vincent Thornton Billy Turner Sid Allen Johnny Clements Don Herdon Marcelino F. Huerta Phil Patterson Joe Zalupski George Edmonson,Sr. Ken Hance Henry MacWilliams Charlie McCullers James Gallogly Richard Harte Johnny Kaufman John Perry Bernard Epstein Ronald Perez Nick Waytovich Anthony Yelovich Ronald Brown Douglas Forster Gene King Marcelo Maseda William E. Culbreath James Del Gaizo

1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1970 1970 1971 1971 1971 1971 1972 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973

’41 ’36 ’74 ’64 ’36 ’58 ’83 ’72 ’58 ’83 ’51 ’73 ’70 ’70 ’64 ’62 ’74 ’62 ’42 ’71 ’54 ’84 ’84 ’65 ’39 ’73 ’69 ’58 ’42 ’73 ’62 ’76 ’71 ’85 ’71 ’70 ’72 ’72 ’67 ’42 ’57 ’72 ’67 ’37 ’83 ’71 ’76 ’73 ’74 ’70 ’72 ’70 ’82

(F) (F) (C) (F) (F) (B) (C) (W) (F) (C) (F) (F) (F) (F) (BK) (B) (F) (F) (B) (F) (F) (C) (C) (BK) (F) (F) (T5) (F) (F) (F) (F) (W) (F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (F) (F) (F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (S) (F) (F) (WS) (F) (F) (C) (F) (S)

Fleming Thornton James White Charlie Downie Jim Galmin Wilbur Gunnoe J.C. Miller Dr. Leonard Annis Fletcher Carr Charlie Coleman Fran Curci Jack Marley John Matuszak Leon McQuay John Mooring John Pellegrino Lou Piniella Fred Solomon Charles Bailey John Comparato Samuel Gellerstedt Charles Harris Arthur Pepin Edward B. Rood George Shary Richard Spoto Mark Wakefield Judy Alvarez Kenneth Belliveau Howard Beynon J.R. "Buddy" Carter Paul Gore David Hauser Noah Jackson Tom McEwen Ron Mikolajczak John Napier Eddie Caldwell Alex Edlin Armando Flores Dixie Howell Bob Martinez Paul Orndorff Richard Pusins John Edison Michael Fall Joe Hernandez Vin Hoover Alan Kempton Darlee Nelson Richard Nittinger Rick Thomas John Benedetto Peter Johannson

1973 1973 1974 1974 1974 1974 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988

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’80 (CR) ’88 (C) ’68 (F) ’89 (C) ’72 (F) ’84 (BK­V) ’81 (GLF) ’89 (B) ’52 (F) ’89 (C) ’83 (C) ’92 (BK­V) ’88 (BK) ’68 (F) ’88 (G) ’87 (BK) ’90 (B) ’88 (C) ’89 (B­BK) ’72 (F) ’88 (SW) ’94 (BK) ’00 (V) ’04 (C) ’78 (BK­V) ’97 (S) ’90 (B) ’04 (C) ’74 (F) ’91 (S) ’94 (S) ’74 (F) ’75 (G) ’81 (BK­V) ’72 (F) ’98 (V) ’91 (B) ’92 (B) ’99 (B) ’85 (C) ’99 (C) ’93 (SB) ’95 (BK) (SW) ’72 (C) ’94 (BB) ’83 (SW) ’94 (S) ’90 (BB) ’88 (SW) ’91 (BK)

Margaret McNiff Lester Olson Gary Rapp John Adams Bobby Brown Linda Catanach Brian Claar Tino Martinez Ernie Rubio John Tyner Chris Catanach Kim Dix Nate Johnston Pete Kuharchek Jeff Leonard Todd Linder Sam Militello Lelo Prado Terry Rupp Dave Tomeo Laura Atterberry DeCarlo DeVeaux Danielle Faggion Tom Fitzgerald Jackie Langley Henrik Nebrelius Paul Russo Richard Schmidt Ervin Smith Justin Throneburg Adrian Bush Darryl Carlton Bob Ford Jane Castor Wilbur Grooms Dawn Rawlins Ozzie Timmons Joe Urso Mike Valdes Bob Birrenkott Hindman Wall Shannon Abarbanel Crystal Ashley Ed Brennan Earle Bruce Gary Graham Pia Henrikkson Ulf Lilius Steve Mauldin Jeff Sidor Bryan Williams

1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

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SSC Hall of Fame

The Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 to honor those persons who have made outstanding contributions to the conference. Its purpose is to perpetuate the memory of those who brought distinction, honor and excellence to the Sunshine State Conference. A total of 29 individuals cur­ rently represent The University of Tampa in the league’s Hall of Fame. Tampa has had at least one inductee for 16 consecutive years, including multiple inductions in the past six. Class of 2008­09 Gary Graham Baseball April Lindsey Women’s Basketball Ginger Lynn Women’s Soccer Chuck Winship Golf Coach Class of 2007­08 Shannon Abarbanel Softball Crystal Ashley Women’s Basketball Bryan Williams Men’s Basketball Keith Fulk Men’s Soccer Coach Dawn Rawlins Jay Miller

Class of 2006­07 Volleyball Men’s Soccer Coach

Tino Martinez

Baseball

Bob Birrenkott

Class of 1996­97 Athletic Director

Lelo Prado

Class of 1995­96 Baseball Coach

Jeff Leonard

Class of 1994­95 Golf

Class of 1993­94 Chris Catanach Volleyball Coach

Class of 2005­06 Danielle Faggion Volleyball Terry Rupp Baseball Coach Ozzie Timmons Baseball Ulf Lilius Mike Valdes

Class of 2004­05 Men’s Soccer Baseball

Class of 2003­04 Henrik Nebrelius Men’s Soccer Paul Russo Baseball Class of 2002­03 Justin Throneburg Men’s Soccer Adrian Bush

Class of 2001­02 Men’s Soccer

Class of 2000­01 DeCarlo Deveaux Men’s Basketball Sam Militello Hindman Wall Kim Dix Tom Fitzgerald

Class of 1999­2000 Baseball Athletic Director Class of 1998­99 Volleyball/Basketball Men’s Soccer Coach Class of 1997­98

Current UT Head Coaches Chris Catanach and Adrian Bush are among the Spartan Hall of Famers

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UT Academic All-Americans Selected by CoSIDA

Since 1952, the College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA) have honored student/athletes for academic as well as athletic achievement with the creation of the CoSIDA Academic All­America teams. Verizon sponsors the awards in partnership with CoSIDA. To be eligible, a student/athlete must be in his/her second year of resi­ dence at the institution, must be a starter or important substitute and must maintain a 3.2 cumulative grade point average. Student/athletes meeting these critieria are then nominated by each school’s sports information director (SID). SIDs within a region vote and select a CoSIDA Academic all­Region team. Those student/athletes’ names are then placed on the All­America ballot, which is voted on by all college member SIDs across the country. Following is a complete list of Spartan Academic All­Americans: Name Michael Farrell Jeff Leonard Penny Dickos Cathy Fox Donna Schroeder Cathy Fox Penny Dickos Christian Gregory Jeff Leonard Kent Engstrom Cathy Fox Penny Dickos Steve Mauldin Susanne Wolmesjo Steve Mauldin Steve Mauldin Jorgen Adolfsson Niklas Fredriksson David Dion Brian Ussery Jeff Sargent Roger Palm Allison Macsas Chris Rosenbaum Margeaux Sinibaldi

Sport Baseball M. At­Large W. Basketball Volleyball Volleyball W. Basketball W. Basketball M. At­Large M. At­Large M. At­Large W. Basketball W. Basketball Baseball Volleyball Baseball Baseball M. At­Large M. At­Large Baseball Baseball M. At­Large M. At­Large W. At­Large Baseball Volleyball

Position Third Base Golf Guard Setter Hitter Forward Guard Swimming Golf Soccer Forward Forward Outfield Hitter Outfield Outfield Soccer Soccer Outfield Catcher Cross Country Soccer Cross Country Catcher Libero

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AA Team 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 3rd

Year 1983 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 1994 1995 1998 2005 2007 2007

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UT All-Americans Baseball

Year­Level

Claude Caruso Steve Mumaw Tino Martinez

1977­2nd 1984­2nd 1986­3rd, 1987­2nd 1988­1st Rodney Ehrhard 1986­1st Dean Kelley 1987­3rd Sam Militello 1988­3rd, 1989­1st, 1990­1st Joey Wardlow 1988­2nd Paul Russo 1989­1st, 1990­1st Ozzie Timmons 1990­2nd, 1991­1st Joe Urso 1991­2nd, 1992­2nd Gary Graham 1991­2nd Brian Zalatel 1992­2nd Matt Hudson 1992­1st Rodd Kelley 1993­1st Brian Zalatel 1993­1st Shawn Slade 1993­3rd David Dion 1993­1st, 1994­2nd Marc Rodriguez 1993­3rd, 1994­3rd, 1995­1st Ricky Burton 1996­1st Erik Mirza 1996­2nd Bo Donaldson 1996­3rd Mike Valdes 1997­1st, 1998­1st Angel Diaz 1998­1st Jim Kavourious 2000­1st Ronnie Merrill, Jr., 2000­1st Kris Sutton 2000­1st, 2001­1st Tom Carrow 2001­1st Charlie Manning 2001­2nd Adrian Goas 2002­1st Eric Beattie 2003­1st Gene Reynolds 2003­3rd Justin Boza 2004­3rd, 2005­3rd Lee Cruz 2006, 1st Sergio Perez 2006, 1st Orlando Rosales 2006­1st Jose Jimenez 2006­3rd Craig Corrado 2007­1st

Kevin Ferguson Jonathan Holt Anthony Perez

2007­2nd 2007­2nd 2008­1st

Men’s Basketball Todd Linder Nate Johnston Bryan Williams DeCarlo Deveaux Jon Brown Jeremy Black

Year­Level

1985­1st, 1986­1st 1987­1st 1988­2nd 1990­2nd 1993­2nd, 1994­1st 2001­2nd 2008­1st

Women’s Basketball Year­Level Kim Dix April Lindsey Trysta Morenz Sheena Walton

1991­1st (AWSF), 1992­1st (AWSF) 1996­HM 2000­HM 2007­HM, 2008­2nd

Cross Country Elias Gonzales Allison Macsas Laura Woznicki Jessica Forrester

Football Holland “Luke” Aplin Nick Waytovich Bob Lovely Dick Harte Don Herndon Fred “Moose” Cason Lowell Freeman Jim Galmin John Perry Jesse Kaye Ron Brown Jim DelGaizo John Morring Leon McQuay Sammy Gellerstedt Ron Mikolajczyk John Matuszak

Golf

Year­Level 2003 2003, 2004 2007 2008

Year 1951 1953 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1964 1965 1966 1968 1969 1970 1970 1970, 1971 1971 1972

Brett McNamara

2003­Scholar

Men’s Soccer

Year­Level

Chris Sullivan 1987­1st Mika Muhonen 1988­3rd Tom Reasoner 1989­1st Justin Throneburg 1990­1st, 1991­2nd Niklas Fredriksson 1990­2nd Adrian Bush 1991­1st Mikael Grennas 1992­1st Ulf Lilius 1992­2nd, 1994­1st Henrik Nebrelius 1995­1st, 1996­2nd, 1997­1st Kristjan Brooks 1995­2nd Sergio Jaramillo 1995­2nd Rafnar Hermannsson 1995­HM Roger Palm 1996­1st Anders Paulsson 1997­1st Roy Fink 2000­2nd, 2001­1st Pascal Milien 2008­1st Ryan Maxwell 2008­2nd Dan Ingvarsson 2008­2nd Ryan Thompson 2008­3rd

Women’s Soccer

Year­Level

Ginger Lynn 2001­3rd Samantha Robinson 2005­3rd Shannon Aitken 2006­2nd, 2007­1st Shelby Kuni 2006­1st, 2007­1st Kara Rasmussen 2006­2nd Malana Winskas 2006­1st Ashley Flateland 2007­1st Courtney Evans 2007­2nd, 2008­3rd Emily Stack 2007­2nd

Softball Lacinda Norman

Swimming Joe Lee

Year­Level 2003­2nd

Year­Level 1979

Year­Level

Brian Claar Bob Beckmann Bob Royak Ernie Alonso Scott Johnson Jeff Leonard

Former baseball player Tino Martinez was a three-time All-American.

1980­3rd, 1981­3rd 1981­3rd 1982­3rd 1986­1st, 1987­3rd 1986­3rd, 1988­3rd 1986­3rd, 1987­1st, 1988­1st John Finster 1988­2nd Jeff Schroeder 1988­3rd Fred Cornell 1990­3rd Keith Gilkes 1996­Scholar Michael Sowerby 2002­Scholar Michael Alberico 2003­Scholar

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Elias Gonzales became the first cross country All-American in 2003.

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Current UT assistant swim coach Jim Kiner was a three time All-American.

Pia Henrikkson 1981, 1982, 1983 Alicia McLaughlin 1981, 1982 Jorge Martinez 1981, 1982 Jeff Tynes 1981, 1983 Ralph Diaz 1981, 1982 Nick Mooney 1981, 1982 Donna Howe 1981, 1982, 1983 Donna Strong 1982 Tom Janton 1982, 1983 Peter Soderlund 1982, 1983 Magnus Von Koch 1982 Mike Carlson 1982 Jan Brokmar 1983 Jay Nash 1983 Bill Key 1983 John Loddigs 1990 Keith Duncan 1990 Trish Stevens 1990 Kirsten Koslowski 1990 Jenna Cavanagh 1990 Missy Dora 1990 Jenny Cornwell 1990 Matt Standley 1994 Joanne Bellard 1995, 1997 Paul Swope 1996 Steve Bautista 1996 Chad Sundermeyer 1996, 1997 Mike Didriksson 1996 Chris Plaisted 1997 Tim Slamkowski 1997, 1998 Scott McLearn 1997, 1998 Jim Kiner 1997, 1998,2000 Preston Bokos 1997, 1998, 2000 Kevin Peterson 1987 Jennifer McLeod 1997 Vesa Nurmiviita 1998 Bill Frye 1998 Steve Foster 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 Edward Agnew 2000 Les Bernys 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Michael Chase 2000, 2001, 2002

2009 University of Tampa Men’s Soccer Ryan Irvine 2000 Scott McLearn 2000 Michael Mulbarger 2000 Tim Slamkowski 2000 Shannon Treen2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Melissa Fielder 2001, 2003 Katy Hennig 2001 Kari Lawrence 2001 Amber Galvan 2001 Mandy Smith 2001, 2002 Kevin Shortt 2001, 2002, 2003 Phil Murray 2001, 2002, 2003 Elysia Moreland 2001, 2002 Matt Goodwin 2002, 2003, 2004 Pat Weaver 2002, 2003 Peter Ranstead 2002, 2003 Jamie Peterkin 2003, 2004 Lee Webber 2003, 2004, 2005 Shanna Halsell 2003, 2004, 2005 Mandy Smith 2003, 2004 Jasmine DeGross 2003, 2004, 2005 Jackie Majer 2003, 2004 Meridith Roberts 2003, 2004, 2005 Julie Visser 2003, 2004, 2005 Meghann Mulbarger 2004, 2005 Diana Mielke 2004, 2005 Matt Mattingly 2004, 2005, 2006 Jeff Gilreath 2004 Dan Klee 2004, 2005, 2006 Dan Cucchi 2005, 2006 Chelsea Hastings 2005, 2006 Kevin Hensley 2005 Dan Laidlaw 2005 Johnny McMahan 2005 Ben Oshri 2005 Sara Ragan 2005 Malcolm Trier 2005 Cole Tedhams 2006 Kyle Merritt 2006, 2008 Jessie Bardin 2007, 2008 Alexandra Colley 2007

Danielle Faggion remains the lone four time volleyball All-American.

Madison Flake 2007, 2008 Tyler Furrer 2007, 2008, 2009 Meghann Mulbarger 2007 Hannah Hudson 2008 Frank Kuchta 2008 Mike Lewis 2008 Chris O’Linger 2008, 2009 Kim Tench 2008 Jeff Fiore 2009 Alex Hetland 2009 Matt Kramer 2009 Hunter Lineback 2009 Patrick Murray 2009 Michael Verdi 2009

Volleyball

Year­Level

Susanne Wolmesjo1985­2nd, 1987­2nd Karen Solis 1988­1st Kim Dix 1990­2nd, 1991­1st Luanne Baldwin 1991­2nd Katia Serkovic 1992­2nd, 1993­2nd Anne Bolger 1993­2nd Valerie Jones 1994­2nd Dawn Rawlins 1996­2nd, 1998­2nd Melissa Serio 1997­1st Hilary Epling 1997­2nd, 1998­2nd Danielle Faggion 1996­2nd, 1997­2nd, 1998­1st, 1999­1st Ania Ruiz 2000­2nd, 2001­1st, 2002­1st, 2003­1st Gretchen Naruta 2002­2nd, 2003­1st Ericka Womack 2004­2nd, 2005­1st Stephanie Rivera 2005­2nd, 2006­1st Katelen Dixon 2006­1st, 2007­1st Margeaux Sinibaldi 2006­2nd, 2007­1st Erin Clark 2007­1st Alisha Green 2007­3rd Melissa Vanderhall 2008­1st

Nate Johnston was an All-American prior to an NBA career.

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University of Tampa The University of Tampa is a medium­sized compre­ hensive, private university located on approximately 100 acres of prime riverfront land in the heart of downtown Tampa. It is the school of choice for 6,200 students from 50 states and U.S. territories and approx­ imately 100 countries. Approximately 50 percent of students are from Florida. Seventy percent of full­time students live on campus. The University offers more than 120 majors, minors and pre­professional programs through a strong core curriculum rooted in the liberal arts. An Evening College presents degree programs to adults who want to study part­time at night. Graduate degrees are offered for Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Marketing, Master of Science in Nursing and Certificate in Nonprofit Management. The MBA program is one of the largest in Florida and is one of the elite private schools in the Southeast to have AACSB accreditation. UT students enjoy a combination of academic excel­ lence, personal attention and real­world experience. An innovative first­year program helps new students fit in quickly. Internship and community service opportuni­ ties abound, and an Honors Program offers undergrad­ uates expanded opportunities for instruction and study

abroad. Academic Features * More than 120 areas of study (undergraduate and graduate) * College of Arts and Letters * College of Natural and Health Sciences * College of Social Science, Mathematics and Education * John H. Sykes College of Business (AACSB accredited) * Graduate studies: Nine master’s programs and 10 concentrations;Three MBA programs (eight concentra­ tions), M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Finance, M.S. in Marketing, M.A. in Teaching, Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and M.S. in Nursing (two concentrations) * Average SAT: 1,100 * Average GPA: 3.3 Campus Facts * Approximately 100 landscaped acres * 48 buildings * Excellent athletic and fitness facilities * 10 residence halls * 31 security personnel provide 24/7 campus coverage New Facilities Since 1997, the following new constructions/renova­ tions have been completed: * John H. Sykes College of Business Building * Vaughn Center (includes a new Student Center, the Allen N. Reeves Theater, ninth­floor conference/semi­ nar center, and Barnes & Noble University Bookstore) * Six new residence halls collectively housing 2,550 stu­ dents * R.K. Bailey Art Studios * Grand entryway to campus (Poe Parkway) * Two parking garages for 2,500 cars combined * Student Health Center * Athletic Weight Training Facility

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* Marine Science Center * Exercise Science/Athletic Training Center * Numerous new food venues including Chick­fil­A and Dairy Queen * Renovations and expansion of McNiff Fitness Center * Cass Science and Communication Buildings * Athletic facilities for soccer, softball and baseball * Riverside Academic and Administrative Building Campus Additions Under Way or In the Near Future * Plant Hall academic area renovations. * Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values

fiber optic cable, and more than 150 wireless zones provide Internet access throughout much of the cam­ pus. * There are 45 campus computer labs available for cur­ ricular, classroom, special or open use. * Every residence hall room has an individual Internet connection for each student. * Approximately 700 community leaders are involved at UT on various boards, advisory councils and support groups. * Nearly 90 percent of full­time faculty have doctorates or the highest degree in their field. * 95 percent of all UT students who apply to graduate school are admitted. * 97 percent of UT students have jobs or attend gradu­ ate school within six months after graduation. * UT is in the top tier of U.S. News and World Report America’s Best Colleges. * UT’s John H. Sykes Business School is listed in Princeton Review’s “Best 290 Business Schools.”

Campus Life * 2,000 University and community events each year * 140 clubs and student organizations * 17 sororities and fraternities * 22 different food venue choices in four campus loca­ tions * Seven campus publications * Scarfone/Hartley Gallery (art) * Falk and Reeves theaters * Student­run, on­campus television station, radio sta­ tion and newspaper * Intramurals, sports clubs and student recreation pro­ grams * Approaching 100,000 student and employee service hours provided annually to more than 200 organiza­ tions * Army, Air Force and Naval ROTC units Did You Know? * All campus buildings are wired and connected via

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SAAC

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A student­athlete advisory committee (SAAC) is a committee made up of student­athletes assembled to pro­ vide insight on the student­athlete experience. The SAAC also offers input on the rules, regulations and polices that affect student­athletes' lives on NCAA member institution campuses. Presently, there are separate national SAACs for NCAA Divisions I, II and III. NCAA legislation mandates that all member institutions have SAACs on their respective campuses. Further, NCAA legislation requires that all member conferences have SAACs. The mission of the NCAA Division II Student­Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to enhance the total student­athlete experience by promoting opportunity for all student­athletes; protecting student­athlete welfare; and fostering a positive student­athlete image. The Division II SAAC will be guided by the following principles: ethics, integrity, fairness and respect for diversity, which shall include attention to gender, race, ethnicity and sport.

2009­10 SAAC Officers Co­President: Jennifer Jenkins, Swimming Co­President: Amber Eisenberg, Cross Country Vice­President: Patrick Murray, Swimming Secretary: Hannah Hudson, Swimming

Past Presidents 2008­09: Shelby Kuni and Jennifer Jenkins 2007­08: Jeremy Black and Freddie Nesbitt 2006­07: Meghann Mulbarger and Chris Rosenbaum 2005­06: Sarah McBride and Josh Shave 2004­05: Kristin Law

2008­09 SAAC Accomplishments *Sent representatives to the SAAC E.L.I.T.E. Weekend sponsored by the Sunshine State Conference. *Participated in The Great American Teach­In, sending several student­athletes to Just Elementary in November *Raised $2,281 for the purchase of holiday gifts for Just Elementary. *Sponsored Holiday Party at Just Elementary in December. *Raised $1,875 for Make­A­Wish through: Tijuana Flats Night Seat Cushion Sales Raffle of $200 American Express Gift Card Planned End of Year Athletic Banquet

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Athletic Facilities An Olympic­size swimming pool, tennis and handball courts, newly resurfaced jogging track, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, crew training facility and a modern fitness facility, the McNiff Fitness Center, are used by students, facul­ ty and staff. In addition, there is a weight room in the sports center for use by student athletes.

Pepin Stadium is a 1,500­ seat partially covered grandstand with enclosed press box, meeting, stor­ age and rest rooms and a ticket office. The grass field is lighted and bor­ dered by a jogging track.

Athletic facilities at the University are among the best in the nation for a school of its size. The Bob Martinez Sports Center, a 3,432­seat area plays host to varsity volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, intramural and recreational activities and other events throughout the year. Pepin Stadium is considered the finest soccer venue in NCAA II and has been the site of two national championship finals in the 1990s, including a Div. II national championship record crowd of 4,336 in 1994. Pepin Stadium was also the site of the 2001 men's soccer national cham­ pionship. The new, lighted University of Tampa Baseball Field is home to the three­time national champion Spartan baseball team while the softball team plays on its own lighted field, built in 1990. Bob Martinez Sports Center The Bob Martinez Sports Center, named for the UT alumnus who served as Mayor of Tampa, Governor of Florida and President George H.W. Bush’s cabinet level Drug Czar, was opened in July 1984. The main gymnasium houses three full­size courts with permanent seating for 3,432 to view the main court. It also includes a training room, weight room, six locker rooms, classrooms and offices for the ath­ letic and physical education departments. Directions to the Martinez Sports Center: From Interstate 275, exit at Ashley Street/Downtown West. You are now on Ashley St. Turn right at the first traffic light, Tyler. Tyler merges into Cass as you cross the Cass Street Bridge. Turn left at the next light, North Boulevard, and find the Martinez Center on the right. From Kennedy Boulevard (Route 60), turn north onto North Boulevard, travel three blocks and the Sports Center is on the left. Pepin Stadium Through the generosity of one of Tampa’s most prominent fami­ lies, The University of Tampa soccer teams have the privilege of playing in one of the finest college facilities in the country, Pepin Stadium. Named for Tampa businessman Arthur D. Pepin of Pepin Distributors and his wife Polly, Pepin Stadium was rebuilt and dedicated in 2002. The new facility replaced 80­year­old Pepin/Rood Stadium, site of four NCAA National Championships and numerous other high profile events. An NCAA II attendance record was set during the 1994 championship with a Finals crowd of 4,336.

Directions to Pepin Stadium: From I 275, exit at Ashley Street/Downtown West. You are now on Ashley St. Turn right at the first traffic light on to Tyler. Tyler merges into Cass as you pass the Performing Arts Center and cross the Cass Street Bridge. Turn left at the next intersection on North Boulevard. Pepin Stadium is down the block on your left. From Kennedy Boulevard (Route 60), turn north onto North Boulevard, travel three blocks and Pepin Stadium is on the right. University of Tampa Baseball Field The baseball field is dedi­ cated to a man who devoted himself to The University of Tampa. Sam Bailey came to The University of Tampa in 1950 following a brilliant athletic career at the University of Georgia. Bailey lettered in football, basketball, track and baseball when he was a Bulldog. He graduated with a degree in education and played professional football with the Boston Yanks for four years. He also played semi­professional baseball and basketball. Directions to University of Tampa Baseball Field: The field is on the corner of Cass Street and North Boulevard. This can be reached by taking Interstate 275 and taking exit 25 ( Ashley Street). Make a right at the first light ( Tyler Street); there will be an overpass for the Performing Arts Center and a bridge going over the Hillsborough River. The first light after the bridge is North Boulevard and the baseball field is on the left. University of Tampa Softball Field The University of Tampa softball complex is located directly behind the Bob Martinez Sports Center. The field was built in 1989 and has seating room for approximately 200 spectators. The field features a new press box. Other amenities include lights and covered dugouts. The dimensions of the field are 243 all the way around. Directions to the University of Tampa Softball Field: From Interstate 275, exit at Ashley Street/Downtown West. You are now on Ashley St. Turn right at the first traffic light, Tyler. Tyler merges into Cass as you cross the Cass Street Bridge. Turn left at the next light north boulevard and find the Martinez Center on the right. From Kennedy Boulevard (Route 60), turn north onto North Boulevard, travel three blocks and the Sports Center is on the left. The softball complex is located directly behind the sports center.

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President Ronald L. Vaughn, Ph.D.

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President Ronald L. Vaughn came to the University in August 1984 as the coordinator of the Department of Marketing and as the holder of the Max H. Hollingsworth Endowed Chair of American Enterprise. Since then, he has served as director of the MBA program, dean of the College of Business and Graduate Studies, and co­chief academic officer. He became president of the University in January 1995. Under his leadership, the University has entered a period of growth and expansion unlike any in its previous history. Since 1995, the University’s annual budget has grown from $28 million to $135 million. The record growth has fueled dynamic improvements in both academics and student life. Since 1997, approximately $210 million of construction has been completed or is under way. President Vaughn began his academic career at Bradley University as a faculty member and chair of the marketing department. Continuing his academic career at UT, he served more than 20 years as a faculty member and in administra­ tive leadership positions prior to becoming president. President Vaughn has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and an MBA degree from Indiana State University, along with a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Georgia. He has attended more than 30 workshops on strategic planning, fund raising, corporate quality, marketing research, multivariate statistics, various university management topics, and inter­ national business. At Harvard University, he attended the Institute for Educational Management (IEM) in 1994 and the New President’s Seminar in 1995. He has served on numerous boards including the Performing Arts Center, the Gulf Ridge Council of Boy Scouts, the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, and the Florida Aquarium. Leadership positions have included serving as president of the Florida West Coast Chapter of the American Marketing Association, president of the Tampa Bay Chapter of The Planning Forum, chair of the American Red Cross Tampa Bay Chapter, president of the Sunshine State Athletic Conference, and chair of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida.

New Facilities Since 1997 * John H. Sykes College of Business Building * Vaughn Center (includes a new Student Center, the Allen N. Reeves Theater, ninth­floor confer­ ence/seminar center, and Barnes & Noble University Bookstore) * Six new residence halls collectively housing 2,550 students * R.K. Bailey Art Studios * Grand entryway to campus (Poe Parkway) * Two parking garages for 2,500 cars combined * Student Health Center * Athletic Weight Training Facility * Marine Science Center * Exercise Science/Athletic Training Center * Numerous new food venues including Chick­fil­ A and Dairy Queen * Renovations and expansion of McNiff Fitness Center * Cass Science and Communication Buildings * Athletic facilities for soccer, softball and base­ ball * Riverside Academic and Administrative Building

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Athletic Director Larry Marfise

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Larry Marfise is in his 11th year as athletic director at Tampa. Under Marfise’s direction, The University of Tampa Athletic Program has continually placed among the top 30 nationally in the NCAA II Directors’ Cup standings. Under Marfise, UT teams have captured five NCAA II national championships. His first Spartan title was a 2001 men’s soccer championship as his teams have combined to win four champi­ onships in the previous three years with baseball winning a pair and volleyball and women’s soccer each capturing a crown. In 2008, he was honored by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) with the Southeast Region AstroTurf AD of the Year Award (ADOY). At Tampa, Marfise has led his department to the top of the NCAA Division II U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. The Spartans finished fifth in 2007­08, marking a record finish for UT. Under Marfise, Tampa has finished in the top 20 in each of the past three years after previously finishing in the top 20 just once. Additionally, UT facility improvements include a new soccer and baseball stadium, a modernized and enlarged weight room, renovated locker rooms and upgrades to the softball and tennis complexes. Marfise has also estab­ lished four new athletic endowments while at UT. Currently, he serves on the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee. Prior to joining the Spartans, he served as athletic director at Ferris State (Mich.) (1994­99), Associate AD at St. Mary’s (Calif.) (1985­94), assistant AD at Southern­Baton Rouge (1985), asst. coach/promotions and tickets administrator at UNLV (1984), administra­ tor at Ohio (1983­84), wrestling coach/ intramural direc­ University of Tampa Athletic Directors tor at Evansville (1979­83) and wrestling/football coach Nash Higgins and English teacher at Indianapolis Lawrence High School 1933­41 1941 Flucie Stewart (1975­79). 1942 Joe Justice 1942­44 Miller Adams While at Ferris State, he directed the campaign to build a 1945­46 Jesse Keene new gymnasium, a $1 million hockey locker room and 1946­48 Miller Adams renovated the field house. He served on the NCAA II Myron A. Gaddis Football Championships Committee and was president of 1948­50 Paul Myers the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference where 1950­51 he oversaw expansion. 1951­52 Frank Sinkwich 1952­62 Marcelino Huerta While at St. Mary’s, he served on the NCAA I Baseball 1962­71 Sam Bailey Promotion Committee. The 1974 DePauw graduate is a 1971­73 Gus Dielens native of Chicago, Ill. and graduated from De LaSalle High 1973­74 Sam Bailey School where he lettered in three sports. He was an all­ 1975­76 Billy Turner conference football player at DePauw. Marfise holds mas­ 1976­85 Bob Birrenkott ter’s degrees from DePauw and Ohio. 1985­88 Fran Curci 1988­89 Chris Catanach (interim) He is married to Suzanne and they have two children, 1989­91 Bill Wall Jacob (14) and Cole (12). 1991­99 Hindman Wall 1999­present Larry Marfise

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UT’s Nickname & Colors

Information from Under the Minaret by Dr. James W. Couigton In the early years, The University of Tampa started as Tampa Junior College. In 1931, the school began varsity sports competition. A committee sought to name the school teams. Since St. Petersburg Junior College, nicknamed the Trojans, was intended to be the arch rival, the name Spartans was selected from the ancient Greek Trojans/Spartans war. When the school moved into the Tampa Bay Hotel in 1933, head football coach Nash Higgens chose the team colors. Due to the fact that most of his players came from Hillsborough High (red & black) and Plant High (black & gold), Coach Higgens combined the colors of those two schools making the University’s colors red, black and gold.

History of The University of Tampa When The University of Tampa began classes on Oct. 5, 1931 as Tampa Junior College, there were 62 local students, tuition was $120 per semester, and there was no building to call home. Almost two years later, on Aug. 2, 1933, UT found its permanent home in the old Tampa Bay Hotel and began its journey in earnest. It has been a journey of alternating success and hardship, as the University has adapted and reinvented itself to meet new challenges. Beginning with Frederic Spaulding, who almost single­handedly forged his dream of a local University, to the present day as UT enjoys the greatest economic and academic expansion in its history under its 10th president. Some would say it has been a bumpy ride, but all would agree it has been interesting. During that first year when, in the grips of the world­wide Depression, the University’s 700 surplus dollars were divided among the faculty as pay, and the University was accepting notes, insurance policies and deeds on homes in lieu of tuition. There were the war years, when military pilots were being trained in Tampa and GIs began returning from the war to go to school, and married couples and some faculty members lived in Plant Hall on the upper floors. There was a huge struggle for accreditation, which lasted for 20 years and was finally achieved in December 1951. There were the glory days of our powerhouse football team, which struck fear into the hearts of our athletic rivals. Pajama parties, sock hops, parades and second jobs were daily rituals. The creation of the University of South Florida created another challenge, as many believed it would swallow UT. President David Delo arrived to take the University in another direction, and began to expand the size of the cam­ pus, construct new buildings and build enrollment. In over 76 years, UT has educated and placed thousands of alumni in positions of leadership at all levels of society around the world. Today, its future is brighter than it has ever been, as it continues to expand in terms of academic excellence, prestige, resources and enrollment.

University of Tampa Class of 1936 Men’s Basketball, 1946

Phillips Field

Football, 1936

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University of Tampa 1936 Women’s Basketball Team

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Media Outlets

Newspapers Tampa Tribune, PO Box 191, 202 S. Parker St., Tampa, FL 33601. Phone: (813) 259­7655. Fax: (813) 259­8148. Sports Editor: Kim Pendery (kpendery@tampatrib.com), (813) 259­8406, Deputy Sports Editor: Doug Jacobs (dja­ cobs@tampatrib.com) (813) 259­7615. UT Beat Writer: Joanne Korth (jkorth@tampatrib.com) (813) 259­7998. St. Petersburg Times, 1000 N. Ashley St., #700, Tampa, FL 33602. Phone: Tampa (813) 226­3366, St. Pete (800) 333­ 7505, ext. 8123. Fax (813) 893­8782. Sports Editor: Jack Sheppard (sheppard@sptimes.com) (727) 893­8495. Sports Writer: Rick Stroud (stroud@sptimes.com) (727) 893­8123. UT Minaret, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606­1490. Phone: (813) 257­3636. Fax (813) 253­6207. Sports Editor: Kyle Bennett (minaret.sports@gmail.com). Wire Service Associated Press, 202 S. Parker St., Tampa, FL 33601. Phone: (813) 254­6316. Miami, (800) 824­5498. Fax (305) 594­9265. Television WFLA­TV, Channel 8, NBC, PO Box 1410, Tampa, FL 33601. Phone: (813) 221­5788. Fax: (813) 225­2770. Sports Anchor/Reporter: Dan Lucas, Photojournalist: Bob Hansen, Producer: Dan Lucas. WTSP­TV, Ch. 10, CBS, 11450 Gandy Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33702. Phone: (727) 577­8479. Fax: (727) 576­6924. Sports Director: Chris Tilley, Anchor/Reporter: Justin Allen, Angela Jacobs and Travis Bell, Photojournalist: Chris Tilley. WTVT­TV, Ch. 13, Fox, 3213 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33609. Phone: (813) 870­9730, 9733. Fax: (813) 870­9727. Sports Director: Chip Carter, Anchor/Reporter: Chris Field, Kevin O’Donnell, Photojournalist: Jeff Tewksbury. WFTS­TV, Ch. 28, ABC, 4045 N. Himes, Tampa, FL 33607­6607. Phone: (813) 354­2828. Fax: (813) 870­2828. Sports Director: Al Keck, Anchor/Reporter: Tom Koran and Dan Eassa. Bay News 9/Catch 47, 7901 66th St. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781. Phone: (727) 437­2100. Fax: (727) 437­2034. Anchor/Reporter: Rock Riley, Joe Girvan. WTTA­TV, Ch. 38, WB, 7622 Bald Cypress Place, Tampa, FL 33614. Phone: (813) 886­9882. Fax: (813) 880­8154. Sports Director: Mike Nabors, Anchor/Reporter: Chris Garrido. Radio WDAE 620 AM, 4002 Gandy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33611. Phone (813) 839­9393. Fax (813) 831­3299. Sports Director: John Volmar, Hosts: Steve Duemig, Ron Diaz and Ian Beckles, Producers: Derek Sharpe, Justin Pawlawski and Jerry Petuck. WQYK (1010 AM), 5510 Gray St., Tampa, FL 33609. Phone (813) 639­1010. (813) 637­7901. Fax (813) 637­7986. Program Director, Jeff Ryan, Hosts: David Stein, Tom Krasniqi, Mike Pepper, Tony Bruno, Bobby Fenton, Arnie Spanier, Todd Wright and the SportChix, Producers: Little Mike, (morning), Sean McCarthy (Sports Chicks/mid­day) and Amy Beckman (afternoon). UT Athletics Web site: www.tampaspartans.com Live Stats: all home games, selected road games through athletics website eScores: text message and e­mail alerts through tampaspartans.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/utspartans Facebook: www.facebook.com/tampaspartans Live Audio/Video Webcast: selected games through athletics web site

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