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Warhawks Soccer

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts

A Look Inside... General Information Table of Contents/Quick Facts ...............................................1

The 2011 Warhawks 2011 2011 2011 2011

Schedule ......................................................................2 Roster..........................................................................3 Outlook........................................................................4 Opponents ................................................................5-7

Coaching Staff Head Coach Wulf-Dieter Koch ................................................8 Assistant Coach Bruno Murta de Resende ...............................9 Graduate Assistant Elvar Gudjonsson......................................9

Meet the Team

General Information Location ..................................................... Montgomery, Ala. Founded ........................................................................1967 Chancellor .............................................. Dr. John G. Veres III Enrollment ...................................................................5,771 Nickname .............................................................. Warhawks Colors ...............................................Orange, Black and White Affiliation ......................................................................NAIA Conference ........................................ Southern States Athletic Athletic Director ................................................. Steve Crotz Alma Mater .................................................. Missouri, 1979 Faculty Athletics Representative ..................... Dr. John Aho Alma Mater ............................................Wake Forest, 1975 Assistant AD for Finance .................................... Jessie Rosa Alma Mater ................................ Auburn Montgomery, 2005 Sports Information Director ................................. Tim Lutz Athletic Graduate Assistants .............................Jordan Crist .................................................................Serena McCovery Athletic Trainer ................................................ Kyle Sampsell Alma Mater ....................................................... Troy, 2006 Home Field (Capacity): ............... AUM Soccer Complex (500)

Nik Chamberlain ................................................................. 10 Kristjan Hannesson ............................................................. 11 Steve Keller ........................................................................ 12 Chris Ross .......................................................................... 13 Joel Bonsafo Bawua ............................................................ 14 Goffin Boyoko ..................................................................... 15 Christian Holthaus............................................................... 16 Cesar Kestring .................................................................... 17 Daniel Rodrigues................................................................. 18 Vitor Silva........................................................................... 19 Philippe Silveira .................................................................. 20 Taian Souza ........................................................................ 21 Matias Aristegui and Angel Gonzalez .................................... 22 Bosko Kovacevic and Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson ............................... 22 Vignir Johannesson and Baron Watson ................................. 23 Zack Chanthongphio and Cameron Fendley........................... 23 Dagur Jonsson, Elvar Sigurdsson and Costa Whitehead ......... 24

Letterwinners R/L: ..................................................... 11/13 Starters R/L: ................................................................... 5/6 Newcomers (HS/TR): .............................................. 11 (4/7)

2010 Season-In-Review

Coaching Staff

2010 Match Results and SSAC Award Winner ........................ 25 2010 Season Statistics ........................................................ 26

History All-Time Coaching Records................................................... 27 AUM Single Game Records................................................... 27 AUM Single Season Record .................................................. 28 AUM Career Records ........................................................... 29 AUM All-Americans and All-Conference Performers ................ 30 AUM All-Time Series Results................................................. 31 All-Time Rosters ............................................................ 32-33 AUM All-Time Results ..................................................... 34-37

About AUM This is Auburn University at Montgomery ......................... 38-39 Chancellor Dr. John Veres III ............................................... 40 Athletics Director Steve Crotz............................................... 41 Athletic Administration ........................................................ 42 Media Directory .................................................................. 42 The NAIA and Southern States Athletic Conference ............... 43 AUM Athletic Facilities ......................................................... 44 Proud Sponsors of AUM Athletics .................................... 45-46

2010 Review Overall Record: ............................................................ 7-9-2 SSAC Record: .................................................................. 1-4 Finish: ......................................... 5th in SSAC West Division

2011 Preview

Head Coach: ................................................ Wulf-Dieter Koch Alma Mater: ......................................Maine-Fort Kent, 1989 Record at AUM (Men’s): ......................... 49-23-5 (5 years) Career Record: ................................ 231-176-20 (22 years) Assistant Coach: .............................. Bruno Murta de Resende Graduate Assistant: ....................................Elvar Gudjonsson

Team History All-Time Record: ....................................... 351-142-30 (.702) NAIA Tournament Appearances: .................................... 11 Last Appearance: ......................................................2007 Result: ..................................W, vs. Southern Nazarene, 3-2 ....................................................W, vs. Lindsey Wilson, 2-1 .................................................... L, vs. Concordia, 2-1 (OT)

Athletic Media Relations Sports Information Director: ................................. Tim Lutz Office Phone: ............................................. (334) 244-3832 E-mail: ...................................................... tlutz1@aum.edu SID Fax: ........................................................ (334) 244-3886 Website: ............................................. www.AUMathletics.com

Media Guide Credits The 2011 Auburn University at Montgomery Men’s Soccer Media Guide is a production of the University’s Sports Information Office. The guide was written and designed by Sports Information Director Tim Lutz. The covers were designed by Aaron Fraze, Senior Graphic Designer at AUM. Photography for the publication was provided by AUM Photographer Frank Williams. Additional thanks to opponents during the 2011 season for their assistance and use of their athletic logo.

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Warhawks Soccer

2011 SCHEDULE

2011 Auburn University at Montgomery Men’s Soccer Schedule Day

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Graceland Invitational Friday

Aug. 26

at Graceland University

Lamoni, Iowa

10 a.m.

Saturday

Aug. 27

vs. Grandview University

Lamoni, Iowa

1 p.m.

Tuesday

Aug. 30

Talladega College

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

AUM Southern States Athletic/Sun Conference Showdown Friday

Sept. 2

SCAD-Savannah

AUM Soccer Complex

Embry-Riddle vs. Mobile Saturday

Sept. 3

Embry-Riddle

3:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

AUM Soccer Complex

SCAD-Savannah vs. Mobile

3:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

Saturday

Sept. 17

Lindsey Wilson College

AUM Soccer Complex

1:30 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 23

Truett-McConnell College*

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

Saturday

Sept. 24

Southern Wesleyan University*

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

Thursday

Sept. 29

at Brewton-Parker College

Mt. Vernon, Ga.

2 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 1

at Emmanuel College*

Franklin Springs, Ga.

7 p.m.

Tuesday

Oct. 4

Southern Polytechnic State University*

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

Thursday

Oct. 6

Lee University*

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 8

at Shorter University*

Rome, Ga.

2:30 p.m.

Tuesday

Oct. 11

Spring Hill College*

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

Tuesday

Oct. 18

Belhaven University*

Jackson, Miss.

7:30 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 22

William Carey University*

AUM Soccer Complex

3:30 p.m.

Tuesday

Oct. 25

at University of Mobile*

Mobile, Ala.

7 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 29

Faulkner University*

AUM Soccer Complex

2:30 p.m.

Saturday

Nov. 5

SSAC Tournament Quarterfinals

To Be Determined

TBA

Thursday

Nov. 10

SSAC Tournament Semifinals

Gulfport, Miss.

TBA

Saturday

Nov. 12

SSAC Tournament Finals

Gulfport, Miss.

TBA

Saturday

Nov. 19

NAIA National Tournament Opening Round

To Be Determined

TBA

Mon.-Sat.

Nov. 28-Dec. 3

NAIA National Tournament Final Site

Orange Beach, Ala.

TBA

* - Denotes Southern States Athletic Conference Match % - Denotes Exhibition Match Home Matches in Bold All Times Central

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2011 ROSTER

2011 Auburn University at Montgomery Numerical Roster No.

Name

Pos.

Cl.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Previous School

00

Bosko Kovacevic

GK

Jr.

6-1

180

Krusevac, Serbia/Parkland (Ill.) College

0

Vignir Johannesson

GK

So.

6-2

185

Kopavogur, Iceland/Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi

1

Steve Keller

GK

Sr.

6-4

200

Bad Duerrheim, Germany/ Gymnasium am Hoptbuhl

2

Taian Souza

D

So.

5-11

170

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

3

Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson

D

So.

6-4

185

Reykjavik, Iceland/Lynn (Fla.) University

4

Chris Ross

D

Sr.

5-11

170

Melbourne, Australia/Mt. Waverley

5

Matias Aristegui

D

Jr.

6-1

200

North Miami, Fla./Darton (Ga.) College

6

Philippe Silveira

MF

So.

5-10

130

Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Colegio Arnaldo

7

Baron Watson

F

So.

5-7

140

Mandeville, Jamaica/Virginia Commonwealth

9

Cesar Kestring

F

So.

6-1

180

Sao Paulo, Brazil/Colegio Objetivo

10

Christian Holthaus

MF

So.

5-9

150

Vechta, Germany/Kolleg St. Thomas

12

Angel Gonzalez

F

Jr.

5-9

170

Cartago, Costa Rica/Colegio Sogrado Corazon de Jesus

13

Kristjan Hannesson

D

Sr.

6-0

160

Akureyri, Iceland/Menntaskolinn a Akureyri

14

Daniel Rodrigues

F

So.

5-8

145

Sao Paulo, Brazil/Colegio Candelaria

15

Zack Chanthongphio

MF

Fr.

5-9

140

Opelika, Ala./Opelika HS

16

Nik Chamberlain

MF

Sr.

5-8

160

Eastbourne, England/Cavendish Senior School

19

Joel Bonsafo Bawua

F

So.

6-0

155

Antwerp, Belgium/Ka Lier

20

Cameron Fendley

MF

Fr.

5-11

150

Demopolis, Ala./Demopolis HS

21

Elvar Sigurdsson

MF

Fr.

6-0

175

Kopavogur, Iceland/Verzlunarskoli Islands

22

Dagur Jonsson

D

Fr.

5-11

170

Gardabaer, Iceland/Fjolbrautaskoli Gardabae

23

Goffin Boyoko

F

So.

6-0

180

Paris, France/Lycee Jean Perrin

24

Vitor Silva

F

So.

5-10

145

Sao Paulo, Brazil/Colegio Externado Sao Jose

25

Costa Whitehead

F

Fr.

5-9

170

Montgomery, Ala./Alabama Christian Academy

Head Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch Assistant Coach: Bruno Murta de Resende Graduate Assistant: Elvar Gudjonsson

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2011 OUTLOOK Optimism is high surrounding the 2011 Auburn University at Montgomery men’s soccer team, as the Warhawks look to bounce back from a disappointing 2010 campaign and return to regional and national prominence within the NAIA. “I think we can all agree that last season was very disappointing in terms of wins and losses and not qualifying for postseason play,” head coach Wulf Koch said. ”We found out last year what we were lacking in player personnel and what we need to get back to where we want to be. I think we addressed that well and improved our depth at the same time.”

The 2011 squad returns 11 letterwinners, anchored by senior team captains Chris Ross and Kristjan Hannesson. “I think the most important thing that Chris and Kristjan bring to our team is intensity every game and every practice,” Koch said of the senior duo. “The also lead by example in terms of their fitness and they have a tremendous desire to win.” The Warhawks also return seniors Steve Keller in goal and Nik Chamberlain, who missed the last two seasons due to injury, as well as seven sophomores, five of which appeared in eight or more matches and six of which started a contest. The team also welcomes 11 newcomers to the program, all of which will compete for playing time. “Our strength is certainly a strength of our team,” Koch continued. “At nearly every position, we have two, and maybe even three, players that can contribute. The big question mark about this team is the youth. Last year we brought in 14 new guys and this year 11, so it will be interesting to see how quickly our team can mesh.” Keller is the lone goalkeeper returning with experience at AUM, but will be challenged immediately by sophomore Vignir Johannesson and junior transfer Bosko Kovacevic. Last season, Keller finished with 52 saves in 18 matches, but allowing 2.27 goals per game and enters the season battling a knee injury. Johannesson appears to have an edge for the starting spot, but Kovacevic, a transfer from Parkland College in Champaign, Ill., will also see action. Defensively, the Warhawks are paced by Ross and Hannesson, while sophomore Taian Souza has also drawn high praise from Koch. “Taian came in last year and wasn’t prepared for the competitiveness of college soccer,” Koch said. “He spent most of last season coming off the bench and was not in good playing shape. He rededicated himself during the spring and secured a starting spot for our team this fall.” The unit will also feature a trio of talented newcomers in Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson, Matias Aristegui and Dagur Jonsson. Eyjolfsson played 11 games last season at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., while Aristegui was an All-American at Darton College last year, “Eyjolfur came in really unfit, but really did a good job of getting into game shape,” Koch said. “He has had a great preseason and we are expecting him to contribute this season. Matias was an All-American in junior college and we hope that standard of play will carry over to our team. Dagur is another in the long line of Icelandic players to join our program and will compete for minutes.” At the midfield position, the Warhawks return three players in Chamberlain and sophomore Christian Holthaus and Philippe Silveira. Chamberlain, who is an experienced player with nearly 60 matches under his belt, and Holthaus appear to have an edge on starting posi-

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Warhawks Soccer

2011 OPPONENTS

Graceland University Lamoni, Iowa August 26 10 a.m.

Grand View University Lamoni, Iowa August 27 1 p.m.

Talladega College AUM Soccer Complex August 29 3:30 p.m.

Location: ................................Lamoni, Iowa

Location: ..........................Des Moines, Iowa

Location: .............................. Talladega, Ala.

Enrollment: ....................................... 1,200

Enrollment: ....................................... 2,200

Enrollment: .......................................... 750

Founded: ............................................ 1895

Founded: ............................................ 1896

Founded: ............................................ 1867

Colors: ................................... Blue and Gold

Colors: .................................. Red and White

Colors: ..... Crimson, White and Columbia Blue

Nickname: .............................. Yellowjackets

Nickname: ....................................... Vikings

Nickname: ...................................Tornadoes

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Conference: ........... Heart of America Athletic

Conference: .................... Midwest Collegiate

Conference: .....................Gulf Coast Athletic

President: ............................ Dr. John Sellars

President: ...............................Kent Henning

President: ...................... Dr. Billy C. Hawkins

Athletic Director: ......................Jeff Falkner

Athletic Director: .................. Troy Plummer

Athletic Director: ...................... Will Ramos

Head Coach: ....................Guillermo Sanchez

Head Coach: .................................Blair Reid

Head Coach: ....................... Jeremiah Massa

Record at GU: ....................7-9-2 (One Year)

Record at GVU: .........314-189-27 (26 Years)

Record at TC: .................. 2-13-2 (One Year)

2010 Record: .....................................7-9-2

2010 Record: ................................... 21-1-0

2010 Record: ................................... 2-13-2

Final Ranking: .................................... none

Final Ranking: ..... 13th in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

Final Ranking: .................................... none

SID: ......................................... Matt Shelton

SID: ..........................................Molly Brown

SID: .................................... Demond Walker

SID Phone: ............................ 641-784-5318

SID Phone: ............................ 515-263-6040

SID Phone: ............................ 256-761-6411

SID E-mail: ............mshelton@graceland.edu

SID E-mail: ...........mabrown@grandview.edu

SID E-mail: ..............dlwalker@talladega.edu

Website: ....................... www.gujackets.com

Website: ........................www.gvvikings.com

Website: ......... www.talladegatornadoes.com

Savannah College of Art and Design AUM Soccer Complex September 2 3:30 p.m.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univesrity AUM Soccer Complex September 3 3:30 p.m.

Lindsey Wilson College AUM Soccer Complex September 17 3:30 p.m.

Location: .............................. Savannah, Ga.

Location: ...................... Daytona Beach, Fla.

Location: ................................Columbia, Ky.

Enrollment: ..................................... 10,461

Enrollment: ....................................... 4,978

Enrollment: ....................................... 2,554

Founded: ............................................ 1978

Founded: ............................................ 1926

Founded: ............................................ 1903

Colors: ..................................Black and Gold

Colors: .......................... Royal Blue and Gold

Colors: ................................. Blue and White

Nickname: ...........................................Bees

Nickname: ........................................ Eagles

Nickname: ............................... Blue Raiders

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Conference: ................................... The Sun

Conference: ................................... The Sun

Conference: .................................Mid-South

President: ...........................Paula S. Wallace

President: ...................... Dr. John P. Johnson

President: ................Dr. William T. Luckey, Jr.

Athletic Director: ....................Steve Larson

Athletic Director: .................... Steve Ridder

Athletic Director: ..................... Willis Pooler

Head Coach: .............................Tom Melville

Head Coach: ......................... David Gregson

Head Coach: ................................ Ray Wells

Record at SCAD:........ 31-16-5 (Three Years)

Record at ERAU: .......196-104-22 (17 Years)

Record at LWC: .......... 401-67-22 (21 Years)

2010 Record: ...................................... 14-4

2010 Record: .....................................9-6-1

2010 Record: ................................... 15-4-1

Final Ranking: ..... 18th in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

Final Ranking: ........RV in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

Final Ranking: .......5th in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

SID: .............................. Michael MacEachern

SID: ......................................Alison Smalling

SID: ............................................Chris Wells

SID Phone: ............................ 912-525-4815

SID Phone: ............................ 386-323-5001

SID Phone: ............................ 270-384-8071

SID E-mail: ................. mmaceach@scad.edu

SID E-mail: ........... alison.smalling@erau.edu

SID E-mail: .....................wellsc@lindsey.edu

Website: ...................www.scadathletics.com

Website: .......daytona.embryriddlesports.com

Website: ............... www.lindseyathletics.com

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2011 OPPONENTS Truett-McConnell College AUM Soccer Complex September 23 3:30 p.m.

Southern Wesleyan University AUM Soccer Complex September 24 3:30 p.m.

Brewton-Parker College Mt. Vernon, Ga. September 29 2 p.m.

Location: ...............................Cleveland, Ga.

Location: ................................. Central, S.C.

Location: .............................Mt. Vernon, Ga.

Enrollment: ....................................... 1,960

Enrollment: .......................................... 632

Enrollment: ....................................... 10,50

Founded: ............................................ 1946

Founded: ............................................ 1906

Founded: ............................................ 1904

Colors: ................................... Blue and Gold

Colors: .......................... Royal Blue and Gold

Colors: ....................... Navy Blue and Orange

Nickname: ......................................... Bears

Nickname: ..................................... Warriors

Nickname: ........................................Barons

Affiliation: ......................................... NANA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

President: ............................. Dr. Emir Caner

President: ........................... Dr. Todd S. Voss

President: ....................... Dr. Mike Simineaux

Athletic Director: ....................Chris Eppling

Athletic Director: .................. Chris Williams

Athletic Director: ................Sheila Simmons

Head Coach: ....................... David McDowell

Head Coach: ..................... Camilo Rodriguez

Head Coach: ............................. Michael Dye

Record at TMC: .......................Not Available

Record at SWU: ......... 25-26-7 (Three Years)

Record at BPC: ................ 2-14-1 (One Year)

2010 Record: ...................................... 7-10

2010 Record: .....................................7-9-3

2010 Record: ................................... 2-14-1

Final Ranking: .................................... none

Final Ranking: .................................... none

Final Ranking: .................................... none

SID: ..................................... Aric Mawdesley

SID: .................................. Camilo Rodriguez

SID: .......................................... Michael Dye

SID Phone: .............. 706-865-2134, ext. 207

SID Phone: ............................ 864-644-5302

SID Phone: ............................ 912-583-3181

SID E-mail: ............. amawdesley@truett.edu

SID E-mail: .................. crodriguez@swu.edu

SID E-mail: .......................... mdye@bpc.edu

Website: ........................www.tmcbears.com

Website: ................... www.swuathletics.com

Website: .................... www.gobaronsgo.com

Emmanuel College Franklin Springs, Ga. October 1 7 p.m.

Southern Polytechnic State University AUM Soccer Complex October 4 3:30 p.m.

Lee University AUM Soccer Complex October 6 3:30 p.m.

Location: ..................... Franklin Springs, Ga.

Location: .................................Marietta, Ga.

Location: ........................... Cleveland, Tenn.

Enrollment: .......................................... 800

Enrollment: ....................................... 4,800

Enrollment: ....................................... 4,262

Founded: ............................................ 1919

Founded: ............................................ 1948

Founded: ............................................ 1918

Colors: .................................... Red and Gold

Colors: ............................... Green and White

Colors: .............................Maroon and White

Nickname: .......................................... Lions

Nickname: .......................... Runnin’ Hornets

Nickname: ....................................... Flames

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

President: ...................Dr. Michael S. Stewart

President: .................. Dr. Lisa A. Rossbacher

President: .................................... Paul Conn

Athletic Director: ....................... Mike Bona

Athletic Director: ...................... Karl Staber

Athletic Director: ................Larry Carpenter

Head Coach: ......................... Scott Borchers

Head Coach: ............................Kom Momeni

Head Coach: ............................... Paul Furey

Record at EC: .............. 28-40-4 (Four Years)

Record at SPSU: .......... 46-20-7 (Four Years)

Record at Lee: ..........................First Season

2010 Record: ...................................... 11-9

2010 Record: ................................... 12-5-3

2010 Record: ................................... 7-11-1

Final Ranking: .................................... none

Final Ranking: .... 22nd in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

Final Ranking: .................................... none

SID: ....................................... Howard Eaton

SID: .........................................Kom Momeni

SID: ......................................... George Starr

SID Phone: ............................ 706-498-8559

SID Phone: ............................ 678-915-3644

SID Phone: ............................ 423-614-8442

SID E-mail: ..........................heaton@ec.edu

SID E-mail: ................... kmomeni@spsu.edu

SID E-mail: .............gstarr@leeuniversity.edu

Website: ........................www.goeclions.com

Website: .................. www.spsu.edu/athletics

Website: .......www.leeuniversity.edu/athletics

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2011 OPPONENTS

Shorter University Rome, Ga. October 8 2:30 p.m.

Spring Hill College AUM Soccer Complex October 11 3:30 p.m.

Belhaven University Jackson, Miss. October 18 7:30 p.m.

Location: .................................... Rome, Ga.

Location: ...................................Mobile, Ala.

Location: ...............................Jackson, Miss.

Enrollment: ....................................... 2,900

Enrollment: ....................................... 1,500

Enrollment: ....................................... 2,951

Founded: ........................................... 1873

Founded: ............................................ 1830

Founded: ............................................ 1883

Colors: ........................ Royal Blue and White

Colors: .............................. Purple and White

Colors: .................................Green and Gold

Nickname: ........................................ Hawks

Nickname: ......................................Badgers

Nickname: ....................................... Blazers

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

President: ...................... Dr. Donald Dowless

President: ................ Rev. Richard Salmi, S.J.

President: .......................... Dr. Roger Parrott

Athletic Director: .....................Bill Peterson

Athletic Director: ........................... Jim Hall

Athletic Director: ....................... Scott Little

Head Coach: ............................Josh Severns

Head Coach: .............................. Tim Brooks

Head Coach: ............................Steve DeCou

Record at Shorter: ........ 50-53-9 (Six Years)

Record at SHC: ................ 4-12-1 (One Year)

Record at Belhaven: ... 50-18-7 (Four Years)

2010 Record: ................................... 11-7-2

2010 Record: ................................... 4-12-1

2010 Record: ................................... 16-2-3

Final Ranking: .................................... none

Final Ranking: .................................... none

Final Ranking: ..... 10th in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

SID: ........................................... Matt Green

SID: ......................................... Jim Stennett

SID: ...................................... Kirk McDonnell

SID Phone: ............................ 706-233-7468

SID Phone: ............................ 251-380-4468

SID Phone: ............................ 601-968-8765

SID E-mail: .................. mgreen@shorter.edu

SID E-mail: ..................... jstennett@shc.edu

SID E-mail: ..........kmcdonnell@belhaven.edu

Website: .............. www.goshorterhawks.com

Website: .....................www.shcbadgers.com

Website: ............ http://blazers.belhaven.edu

William Carey University AUM Soccer Complex October 22 2:30 p.m.

University of Mobile Mobile, Ala. October 25 7 p.m.

Faulkner University AUM Soccer Complex October 29 2:30 p.m.

Location: ......................... Hattiesburg, Miss.

Location: ...................................Mobile, Ala.

Location: .......................... Montgomery, Ala.

Enrollment: ....................................... 3,650

Enrollment: ....................................... 1,646

Enrollment: ....................................... 3,200

Founded: ............................................ 1906

Founded: ........................................... 1961

Founded: ............................................ 1942

Colors: ........................ Red, Black and White

Colors: .............................Maroon and White

Colors: .................Royal Blue, Black and Gray

Nickname: ................................... Crusaders

Nickname: ......................................... Rams

Nickname: ........................................ Eagles

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Affiliation: .......................................... NAIA

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

Conference: ............ Southern States Athletic

President: ............................Dr. Tommy King

President: ..............................Dr. Mark Foley

President: ................................... Billy Hilyer

Athletic Director: .................... Steve Knight

Athletic Director: ....................... Joe Niland

Athletic Director: .................... Brent Barker

Head Coach: ........................... Nigel Boulton

Head Coach: ..........................Dr. Roy Patton

Head Coach: ........................... Brett Mitchell

Record at WCU:.......... 80-48-7 (Eight Years)

Record at Mobile:.....................First Season

Record at Faulkner: 18-93-11 (Seven Years)

2010 Record: .....................................9-5-3

2010 Record: ................................... 17-4-2

2010 Record: .....................................6-8-4

Final Ranking: ........RV in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

Final Ranking: .......7th in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

Final Ranking: .................................... none

SID: ............................................ D.J. Pulley

SID: ...................................... Matthew Hicks

SID: ......................................... Ryan Bartels

SID Phone: ............................ 601-318-6111

SID Phone: ............................ 251-442-2264

SID Phone: ............................ 334-386-7525

SID E-mail: ............... djpulley@wmcarey.edu

SID E-mail: ...........mhicks@mail.umobile.edu

SID E-mail: .................rbartels@faulkner.edu

Website: ................. www.careyathletics.com

Website: .............www.umobile.edu/Athletics

Website: ............. www.faulkner.edu/athletics

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HEAD COACH WULF-DIETER KOCH

Warhawks Soccer

Wulf-Dieter Koch Head Coach Fifth Season at AUM (49-23-5) 22nd Overall (231-176-20) Maine-Fort Kent, 1989

The face of the AUM men’s soccer program since 2007, Wulf-Dieter Koch enters his fifth season at the helm of the men’s soccer program and eighth overall at AUM. During his tenure with the Warhawks, Koch has posted a 49-23-5 overall mark with the men’s program, after compiling a 48-19-3 record in three seasons coaching the women’s team. Under Koch’s leadership, AUM has finished the season ranked in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll three times, won the 2007 NAIA Region XIII tournament championship and advanced to the NAIA National Tournament Final Four in his first season. Last season, the Warhawks struggled with injuries, inexperience and a difficult schedule, posting the first losing season in Koch’s time as head coach at AUM. The Warhawks posted a 7-9-2 record on the season, after facing six teams that finished the season ranked in the NAIA Top 25 Poll, four others among the others receiving votes and seven teams that qualified for the NAIA National Tournament. Despite the on-field results, the Warhawks were recognized for their sportsmanship on the pitch, in the classroom and in the community with the 2010 Buffalo Funds Five Star Champions of Character Team Award, one of 23 given out by the NAIA for each of its 23 championship sports. The team was also presented the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s Team Academic Award, after posting a team grade point average of 3.27 during the previous academic year. In his previous three seasons, Koch helped the Warhawks to a 42-14-3 record, the NAIA National Tournament in 2007, a No. 1 ranking in the NAIA Coaches’ Top 25 Poll the week of Sept. 16, 2008, and eight weeks ranked within the top 10. Koch, who now has 16 years of experience coaching on the men’s side and 22 years at Koch’s Year-by-Year the college level, began his coaching career at his alma mater, the University of Maine-Fort Coaching Record (Men) Kent in 1991 and 1992. He then moved on to the University of Maine-Machias, where he Year Team Record Pct. led the men’s program for four seasons. He spent four seasons in South Dakota at National 1991 Maine-Fort Kent 7-9-1 .441 American University where he led the Mavericks to four consecutive NAIA post-season ap1992 Maine-Fort Kent 8-8-1 .500 pearances, reaching the NAIA Region III semifinals all four seasons, and advancing on to the 1994 Maine-Machias 3-8-1 .292 NAIA National Tournament once. 1995 Maine-Machias 4-11-1 .281 While at NAU, Koch was selected to the 1998 NAIA and National Soccer Coaches As1996 Maine-Machias 7-9-1 .441 sociation of America Regional Coach of the Year and was named the 2000 NAIA Region III 1997 Maine-Machias 8-11-0 .421 Sectional Coach of the Year. 1998 National American 16-6-1 .717 Koch moved south following the 2001 season, taking over the men’s and women’s head 1999 National American 13-6-1 .675 coaching position at Spring Hill College, where he spent two seasons before coming to AUM. 2000 National American 18-3-1 .841 Koch was hired as the AUM women’s head coach for three seasons, where he posted a 482001 National American 12-9-1 .568 19-3 record, a NAIA National Tournament Sweet 16 appearance and a SSAC championship in 2002 Spring Hill 7-11-2 .400 2004. 2003 Spring Hill 8-12-0 .400 Prior to joining the coaching ranks, Koch enjoyed a stellar four year career at UMFK, where 2007 AUM 17-5-0 .773 he led the Bengals in scoring as a freshman and sophomore, and captained the squad dur2008 AUM 12-5-1 .694 ing his junior and senior years. He finished his career with 32 goals and 28 assists, was a 2009 AUM 13-4-2 .737 2010 AUM 7-9-2 .444 member of UMFK’s 1988 championship soccer team, which captured the North East College Totals: 15 years 160-126-16 .556 Athletic Conference championship and the NAIA District 5 semifinal. He was named to the All-North East College Athletic Conference team his junior and senior campaigns, was named to the All-Maine Collegiate Team and was honored as the Male Athlete of the Year during his Koch’s Year-by-Year senior year. In 2007, Koch was inducted into the UMFK Sports Hall of Fame. Koch earned his bachelor’s degree in history in 1989 and his master’s in athletic adminisCoaching Record (Women) Year Team Record Pct. tration from Springfield (Mass.) College in 1991. He also holds his teaching certification from 1997 Maine-Machias 7-7-1 .500 the University of Maine at Presque Isle. In addition, Koch holds the prestigious Master’s Diploma, the highest level of coaching 2002 Spring Hill 7-12-0 .368 2003 Spring Hill 9-12-0 .429 education offered by the NSCAA, as well as “A” and “Youth” licenses from the United States 2004 AUM 19-5-1 .728 Soccer Federation. Koch is married to the former Jane Desjardins. The couple, which resides in Montgomery, 2005 AUM 15-5-2 .727 2006 AUM 14-9-0 .609 has three children, Ben, a junior at Troy University, Alanna, a freshman on the Warhawks’ Totals: 6 Years 71-50-4 .584 women’s soccer team, and Joshua, age 12.

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Warhawks Soccer

SOCCER COACHING STAFF

Bruno Murta de Resende Assistant Coach Second Season AUM, 2006 Resende enters his second season on the AUM coaching staff, after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach cross-town rival Faulkner University. In 2007, Resende became a member of the National Soccer Association of America and later received certification in strength and conditioning. In addition, he has a UFMG and ENAF Brazilian coaching certificate, a FMFS officiating certification and a USSF National D License. In 2006, Resende played for the Atlanta Silverbacks in the Professional Development League and has also played professionally for the Massachusetts Pioneers in the United Soccer League. Resende graduated from AUM with a bachelor’s in physical education and sports leadership. He also holds a bachelor’s in sports management and a master’s in physical education from Faulkner. Resende was a standout midfielder for AUM, and contributed to the runner-up 2001 and 2004 NAIA National Championships. Resende has coached club soccer locally for three years and is the current head coach for Montgomery Catholic High School.

Elvar Gudjonsson Graduate Assistant Coach First Season AUM, 2007 A three-time all-conference performer and Honorable Mention All-American during his playing days, Elvar Gudjonsson joins the AUM coaching staff as a graduate assistant this season. Gudjonsson graduated from AUM with a degree in physical education in 2007 and has spent the past three years teaching physical education and swimming at Isaksskoli in Reykjavick, Iceland. Prior to graduation, Gudjonsson was a three-year letterwinner for the men’s soccer team, which posted a 59-11-1 record and advanced to three NAIA National Tournaments during his tenure. Playing primarily as a defender, he scored six goals and assisted on two others, while earning Southern States Athletic Conference First-Team All-Conference honors his final two seasons and second-team accolades in his first season. He was also named an Honorable Mention All-American and the most valuable player of the conference tournament as a sophomore. Currently pursuing his master’s degree in sports management from AUM, Gudjonsson is also a volunteer coach for the U-16 Torjager club team in Montgomery.

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Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Nik Chamberlain

16

Senior 5-8, 160 Midfielder Eastbourne, England Cavendish Senior School 2010: Did not appear in any games after suffering a season-ending injury. 2009: Did not appear in any games after suffering a season-ending injury … was selected a team captain. 2008 [Junior]: Was named to the All-Southern States Athletic Conference second team … also earned SSAC All-Academic honors and was the AUM selection for the Musco Lighting Champion of Character Team … saw action in 17 matches, earning the start in 16 … finished with 20 shots, including five on goal … scored lone point of the season on an assist against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 30 … tallied multiple shots in seven matches, including a season-best three against Indiana Wesleyan on Sept. 20 … appeared in 1,405 minutes on the season, including a season-high 110 against Lee on Nov. 12 … averaged 82.6 minutes per match. 2007 [Sophomore]: Was selected a NAIA Honorable Mention AllAmerican … earned NAIA All-Region XII and First-Team All-SSAC honors … was named to the NAIA National Championship All-Tournament team … saw action in 22 matches, starting 20 … finished with two goals and two assists … posted 22 shots, including eight on goal … scored goals against William Carey on Sept. 11, and against Emmanuel on Sept. 25 … finished with seven multi-shot games, including a season-high four against Berry on Sept. 29 … recorded a season-best two shots on goal against Emmanuel … was forced into reserve action in goal, where he posted a 1-1 record in 97 minutes … allowed one goal and made two saves against Brewton-Parker on Oct. 3. 2006 [Freshman]: Appeared in 20 matches, earning the starting nod in 19 … finished with two goals and four assists … posted 22 shots, including three on goal … recorded first collegiate goal, and points, against Columbia on Sept. 9 … assisted on a career-best three goals against Emmanuel on Sept. 23 … added a goal against Covenant on Oct. 14 … had six multiple-shot matches, including a season-high four against Faulkner on Oct. 3. Prep: Attended Cavendish Senior School in Eastbourne, England, where he played soccer for head coach Chris Pinch. Personal: Full name is Nik Anthony Chamberlain … born October 30, 1986 … is the son of Colin and Pat Chamberlain … has a younger brother, Scott, and a younger sister, Lucy … is majoring in physical education … coached soccer locally at St. James High School and at Air War College on Maxwell Air Force Base … brother, Scott, played three years for the professional club soccer team Brighton and Hove Albion.

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Chamberlain’s Career Highs Shots: ..................... 4, Twice (Last: at Berry, 9/29/07) Goals: ..................1, 4X (Last: at Emmanuel, 9/25/07) Assists: ..............................3, at Emmanuel (9/23/06) Points: ...............................3, at Emmanuel (9/23/06)

Chamberlain’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

G

A

PTS SH

SOG

GW

2006

20

19

2

4

8

22

3

0

2007

22

20

2

2

2008

17

16

0

1

6

22

8

0

1

20

5

0

64

16

0

2009

DNP - Injured

2010

DNP - Injured

Totals 59

55

4

7

15


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2011 WARHAWKS

Kristjan Hannesson

13

Senior 6-0, 160 Defender Akureyri, Iceland Menntaskolinn a Akureyri 2010 [Junior]: Was named to the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic team … appeared in 16 matches, earning the start in 15 … finished with one goal and one assist … posted seven shots, including three on goal … scored second career goal against Missouri Baptist on Sept. 7 … scored first point of the season with an assist against Milligan on Sept. 3 … recorded a season-high two shots against Lee on Sept. 18 … had shots on goal against Martin Methodist on Sept. 4, Missouri Baptist and Montevallo on Sept. 29 … played 1,289 minutes, including a season-high 110 against Graceland on Aug. 29 … averaged 80.5 minutes per match … made a reserve appearance in goal, coming in after an injury and playing 34:06 minutes. 2009 [Sophomore]: Appeared in 17 matches, starting 10 ... was named to the SSAC All-Academic Team ... recorded 18 shots, including four on goal … tallied a season-high four shots against Marion on Sept. 4 … appeared in 1,147 minutes, including a season-high 110 against Martin Methodist … played 90 minutes in three contests … averaged 67.5 minutes per contest. 2008 [Freshman]: Saw action in 12 matches, including eight starts ... finished the season with one goal … posted 17 shots, including eight on goal … scored his first career goal against Emmanuel on Sept. 9 … recorded five multiple-shot matches, including a season-best three against Berry on Sept. 27, Reinhardt on Oct. 15, and against Faulkner on Nov. 5 … saw action in 696 minutes on the season, including a season-best 90 against BrewtonParker on Sept. 30, and Shorter on Oct. 19 … averaged 58 minutes per contest on the year. Prep: Attended Menntaskolinn a Akureyri in Akureyri, Iceland … participated in club soccer for the Akureyri Soccer Club. Personal: Full name is Kristjan Pall Hannesson … born June 12, 1988 … is the son of Hannes Kristjansson and Drifa Matthiasdottir …has two younger brothers, Johann and Ingolfgur … is majoring in exercise science.

Hannesson’s Career Highs Shots: ......................................4, vs. Marion (9/4/09) Goals: ...... 1, Twice (Last: vs. Missouri Baptist, 9/7/10) Assists: .................................. 1, vs. Milligan (9/3/10) Points: ..... 2, Twice (Last: vs. Missouri Baptist, 9/7/10) Minutes: ..... 110, Twice (Last: vs. Graceland, 8/29/10)

Hannesson’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

G

A

SOG

GW

2008

12

8

1

0

PTS SH 2

18

7

0

2009

17

10

0

0

0

18

4

0

2010

16

15

1

1

3

7

3

0

Totals 45

33

2

1

5

43

14

0

11


Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Steve Keller

1

Senior 6-4, 200 Goalkeeper Bad Duerrheim, Germany Gymnasium am Hoptbuhl 2010 [Junior]: Appeared in and started all 18 matches in goal … tallied 52 saves, good for an average of 2.9 per match … posted one shutout on the season, a 4-0 victory over Milligan on Sept. 3 … recorded double-digit saves in 11 matches, including a seasonhigh nine against Shorter on Aug. 27 … finished with eight saves against Bethel (Tenn.) on Sept. 24 … played 1,587:14 minutes in goal, the seventh-best single-season total in school history … appeared in a season-high 110 minutes in a double-overtime tie against Graceland on Aug. 29 … played all but 58:29 minutes in goal this season … finished with a 7-9-2 record in goal on the season. 2009 [Sophomore]: Appeared in four contests, starting three in goal ... tallied two saves, while allowing just one goal in 290 minutes ... posted a season-best one save on two occasions, first against Spring Hill on Aug. 30 and again against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 22 … recorded a pair of shutouts on the season … played a season-high 90 minutes three times, against Spring Hill, Brewton-Parker and against Southern Wesleyan on Oct. 5 … allowed just .310 goals per match ... posted a 3-0-0 record in goal on the season. 2008 [Freshman]: Saw action in nine matches, starting eight ... posted 17 saves and a 1.404 goals against average ... posted multiple saves in six matches, including a season-high three against Montevallo on Aug. 28, Indiana Wesleyan on Sept. 19 and against Berry on Sept. 27 … played 705:21 minutes in goal, including a season-high 90 minutes in seven matches … recorded 3.5 shutouts … posted a 5-2-1 record in goal on the season. Prep: Attended Gymnasium am Hoptbuhl in Villingen, Germany … played five seasons of club soccer for FC Villingen and 10 seasons for FC Bad Duerrheim. Personal: Born June 19, 1989 … is the son of Rene and Simone Keller … has a younger sister, Anne … is majoring in sports management … father won a silver medal in the men’s doubles event at the 1985 FIL World Luge Championships in Oberhof, East Germany.

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Keller’s Career Highs Saves:................................... 9, vs. Shorter (8/27/10) Minutes Played: ............110, vs. Graceland (8/29/10) Goals Allowed: ...... 6, vs. Indiana Wesleyan (9/20/10) Scoreless Minutes: ......... 340:10 (9/6/08 - 9/20/08); ........................ 65:13, at Southern Wesleyan (9/6/08) ........................................ 90, vs. Emmanuel (9/9/08) ........................................90, vs. Houghton (9/12/08) ........................................ 90, vs. Vanguard (9/13/08) ......................... 4:57, vs. Indiana Wesleyan (9/20/10)

Keller’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

GA

SV

PCT. SHO

MIN

2008

8

8

11

17

.607

3.5

705:21

2009

4

3

1

2

.667

2.0

490:00 1587:14

2010

18

18

40

52

.565

1.0

Totals

30

29

52

71

.577

6.5 2782:35


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2011 WARHAWKS

Chris Ross

4

Senior 5-11, 170 Defender Melbourne, Australia Mt. Waverley 2010 [Junior]: Earned Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic honors … appeared in 16 matches, starting all 16 … scored three goals, while assisting on a team-high six goals … finished third on the team with 17 points … posted eight shots, including four on goal … converted 1-of-2 penalty kicks on the season … tallied a season-best two shots on two occasions, first against Spring Hill on Oct. 12, and again on Oct. 30 against Faulkner … scored his first career goal against the Badgers on Oct. 12 … netted a career-high two goals against the Eagles, scoring on both shots he attempted … played 1,424 minutes, an average of 89 per match … played a season-high 110 minutes against Graceland on Aug. 29. 2009 [Sophomore]: Started all 17 games for the Senators ... assisted on a team-high six goals ... finished with 21 shots, including 11 on goal ... was named to the SSAC All-Academic Team … recorded a pair of assists against Emmanuel on Aug. 25 … posted six multiple-shot matches, including a season-high four twice, fist against Spring Hill on Aug. 30, and again against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 22 … tallied a season-best three shots on goal against Martin Methodist on Sept. 5 … saw action in 1,521 minutes, including a season-best 110 against Lee on Sept. 29 … averaged 89.5 minutes per contest. 2008 [Freshman]: Played in 11 matches, starting three ... recorded 10 shots, including two on goal … finished with one assist, which he recorded against Lee on Nov. 12 … posted a career-high four shots against Southern Poly on Oct. 8 … appeared in 569 minutes, including a season-high 105 against Embry-Riddle on Sept. 20 … averaged 51.7 minutes per match.

Ross’ Career Highs Shots: ........... 4, 3X (Last: at Brewton-Parker, 9/22/09) Goals: .................................2, at Faulkner (10/30/10) Assists: ..............................2, at Emmanuel (8/25/09) Points: ................................4, at Faulkner (10/30/10) Minutes: ..........110, 2X (Last: vs. Graceland, 8/29/10)

Ross’ Career Statistics

Prep: Attended Mt. Waverley Secondary College in Melbourne, Australia … played club soccer for the Dandenong Thunder FC. Personal: Full name is Christopher Ross … born June 26, 1989 … is the son of Crawford and Karen Ross … has a brother, Ben, and a sister, Ailsa … is majoring in exercise science.

Year

GP

GS

G

A

SOG

GW

2008

11

3

0

1

PTS SH 1

10

2

0

2009

17

17

0

6

6

21

11

0

2010

16

16

3

6

12

8

4

0

Totals 44

36

3

39

17

0

13 19

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Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Joel Bonsafo Bawua

16 Sophomore 6-0, 155 Forward Antwerp, Belgium Ka Lier

2010 [Freshman]: Appeared in four matches, starting two … finished the season with two shots, including one on goal … tallied both shots against William Carey on Oct. 23 … saw action in 193 minutes on the season, including a season-best 52 against Belhaven on Oct. 19 … averaged 48.3 minutes per contest. Prep: Attended Ka Lier in Lier, Belgium, where he lettered in soccer … played club soccer for Lierse SK, Union Viera, KFC Wilrijk and Koninklijk Berchem Sport … was selected to participate in a trail practice with Real Madrid U-15. Personal: Full name is Joel Bonsafo Bawua … born March 7, 1991 … is the son of Simion Bawua and Linda Van Keester … has a younger brother, Vincent … is majoring in international business.

Bawua’s Career Highs Shots: ......................... 2, at William Carey (10/23/10) Goals: ...............................................................none Assists: .............................................................none Points: ..............................................................none Minutes: .........................52, vs. Belhaven (10/19/10)

Bawua’s Career Statistics

14

Year

GP

GS

G

A

PTS SH

2010

4

2

0

0

0

Totals

4

2

0

0

0

SOG

GW

2

1

0

2

1

0


Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Goffin Boyoko

23 Sophomore 6-0, 180 Forward Paris, France Lycee Jean Perrin

2010 [Freshman]: Appeared in 11 games, earning the starting nod in 10 … recorded three goals, while assisting on three others … finished with 12 shots, including four on goal … posted first career point with an assist against Graceland on Aug. 29 … recorded a pair of goals, including the game-winner, against Lee on Sept. 18 … tallied a goal and two assists against Missouri Baptist on Sept. 7 … had a season-high five shots against the Flames … played 733 minutes, including a season-high 90 against Davenport on Aug. 22 and Shorter on Aug. 27 … averaged 66.7 minutes per contest. Prep: Attended Lycee Jean Perrin in Lambersart, France … played club soccer for Lille OSC. Personal: Born June 23, 1989 … is the son of Joseph and Gilberre Boyoko … has three brothers, Merlin, Gauthier and Sonny, and two sisters, Patricia and Ursula … is majoring in sports management.

Boyoko’s Career Highs Shots: .........................................5, vs. Lee (9/18/10) Goals: .........................................2, vs. Lee (9/18/10) Assists: .......................2, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Points: ..................... 4, Twice (Last: vs. Lee, 9/18/10) Minutes: .........................90, vs. Davenport (8/22/10)

Boyoko’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

G

A

PTS SH

2010

11

10

3

3

9

Totals 11

10

3

3

9

SOG

GW

12

4

1

12

4

1

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2011 WARHAWKS

Christian Holthaus

10 Sophomore 5-9, 150 Midfielder Vechta, Germany Kolleg St. Thomas

2010 [Freshman]: Saw action in 17 matches, earning the starting nod in 16 … scored four points, all on assists … finished the season with five shots in five different matches … tallied a pair of assists against Lee on Sept. 18 … added an assist in back-to-back games, first against Montevallo on Sept. 29, and then against Southern Poly on Oct. 2 … played 1,212 minutes on the year, including a season-best 90 against Lee and Mobile on Oct. 26 … averaged 71.5 minutes per match. Prep: Attended Kolleg St. Thomas in Vechta, Germany, where he played soccer for head coach Stephan Bunker … played club soccer for VFL Oythe, SV Werder Bremen and VFL Osnabruck. Personal: Full name is Christian Kleine Holthaus … born February 3, 1990 … is the son of Fronz and Andrea Holthaus … has an older brother, Florian, and a younger sister, Antje … is majoring in international business management.

Holthaus’ Career Highs Shots: .................1, 5X (Last: vs. Belhaven, 10/19/10) Goals: ...............................................................none Assists: .......................................2, vs. Lee (9/18/10) Points: ........................................2, vs. Lee (9/18/10) Minutes: .......... 90, Twice (Last: vs. Mobile, 10/26/10)

Holthaus’ Career Statistics

16

Year

GP

GS

G

A

PTS SH

2010

17

16

0

4

4

Totals 17

16

0

4

4

SOG

GW

5

0

0

5

0

0


Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Cesar Kestring

9

Sophomore 6-1, 180 Forward Sao Paulo, Brazil Colegio Objetivo

2010 [Freshman]: Missed the season following a knee injury. Prep: Attended Colegio Objetivo in Sao Paulo, Brazil … played club soccer for Campinas FC, Forca Sindical FC and Nacional FC in Brazil. Personal: Full name is Cesar Eiti Kestring … born November 12, 1988 … is the son of Jeronimo and Clarice Kestring … has two older sisters, Karin and Barbara … is majoring in business.

Kesting’s Career Highs Shots: ...............................................................none Goals: ...............................................................none Assists: .............................................................none Points: ..............................................................none Minutes: ...........................................................none

Kestring’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

2010 Totals

G

A

PTS SH

SOG

GW

0

0

DNP - Injured 0

0

0

0

0

0

17


Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Daniel Rodrigues

14 Sophomore 5-8, 145 Forward Sao Paulo, Brazil Colegio Candelaria

2010 [Freshman]: Saw action in 15 matches, including the start in seven … finished the season with three goals and one assist … posted 21 shots, including eight on goal … scored his first career goal against Shorter on Aug. 27 … added a goal against Missouri Baptist on Sept. 7 and William Carey on Oct. 23 … had first assist of his career against Lee on Sept. 18 … tallied four matches with multiple shots, including a season-high six against Missouri Baptist … recorded five shots in his first collegiate match against Davenport on Aug. 22 … appeared in 520 minutes on the season, including a season-high 75 against William Carey … averaged 34.7 minutes per match. Prep: Attended Colegio Candelaria in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he played soccer for head coach Vlademir Alves … also played club soccer for Esporte Clube Primavera, SC Corinthians and Guarani Futebol Clube. Personal: Full name is Daniel Freire Rodrigues … born February 26, 1991 … is the son of Pedro and Elaine Rodrigues … has an older brother, Vinicius … majoring in business.

Rodrigues’ Career Highs Shots: .........................6, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Goals: ............1, 3X (Last: at William Carey, 10/23/10) Assists: .................................................................. 1 Points: ...........2, 3X (Last: at William Carey, 10/23/10) Minutes: ....................75, at William Carey (10/23/10)

Rodrigues’ Career Statistics

18

Year

GP

GS

G

A

SOG

GW

2010

15

7

3

1

PTS SH 7

21

8

0

Totals 15

7

3

1

7

21

8

0


Warhawks Soccer

2011 WARHAWKS

Vitor Silva

24

Sophomore 5-10, 145 Forward Sao Paulo, Brazil Colegio Externado Sao Jose

2010 [Freshman]: Saw action in 13 games, starting eight … recorded four goals and three assists on the season … posted 13 shots, including four on goal … scored first career point with an assist against Milligan on Sept. 3 … posted his first career goal, scoring twice, against Missouri Baptist on Sept. 7 … added one goal against Bethel (Tenn.) on Sept. 24 and Northwood on Sept. 25 … had four games with multiple shots, including a season-best four against Missouri Baptist … appeared in 517 minutes, including a season-high 69 against Martin Methodist on Sept. 4 … averaged 39.8 minutes per contest. Prep: Attended Colegio Externado Sao Jose in Sao Paulo, Brazil … was a member of the club soccer team Esperia. Personal: Full name is Vitor Afonso Sarhiva da Silva … born June 13, 1988 … is the son of Helio and Eliana Silva … has a younger brother, Leonardo … is majoring in business.

Silva’s Career Highs Shots: .........................4, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Goals: .........................2, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Assists: ......................1, 3X (Last: vs. SCAD, 10/8/10) Points: ........................4, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Minutes: ................. 69, vs. Martin Methodist (9/4/10)

Silva’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

G

A

SOG

GW

2010

13

8

4

3

PTS SH 11

13

4

0

Totals 13

8

4

3

11

13

4

0

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Philippe Silveira

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Sophomore 5-10, 130 Midfielder Belo Horizonte, Brazil Colegio Arnaldo

2010 [Freshman]: Made 12 appearances, including three starts … scored one goal and assisted on another … tallied seven shots, one of which was on goal … posted a season-high two shots twice, first against Missouri Baptist on Sept. 7, and again on Oct. 30 against Faulkner … scored his first career goal in AUM’s overtime victory against Faulkner … notched first career point against William Carey on Oct. 23 with an assist … appeared in 347 minutes on the season, including a season-high 57 against Missouri Baptist … averaged 28.9 minutes per match. Prep: Attended Colegio Arnaldo in Belo Horizonte, Brazil … played club soccer for Clube Athletico Mineiro, Clube America Mineiro and Athletico Clube Villa Nova. Personal: Full name is Philippe Cesar Silveira … born July 3, 1992 … is the son of Julio and Elizabeth Silveira … is majoring in business.

Silveira’s Career Highs Shots: ............... 2, Twice (Last: at Faulkner, 10/30/10) Goals: .................................1, at Faulkner (10/30/10) Assists: ....................... 1, at William Carey (10/23/10) Points: ................................2, at Faulkner (10/30/10) Minutes: ................... 57, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10)

Silveira’s Career Statistics

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Year

GP

GS

G

A

PTS SH

SOG

GW

2010

12

3

1

1

3

7

1

0

Totals 12

3

1

1

3

7

1

0


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Taian Souza

2

Sophomore 5-11, 170 Defender Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

2010 [Freshman]: Played in eight matches, making two starts … made first career start against Montevallo on Sept. 29 … posted five shots, including one on goal, and one assist on the season … tallied a season-high two shots against Belhaven on Oct. 19 … tallied first career shot on goal against Spring Hill on Oct. 12 … scored first career point with an assist on Sept. 7 against Missouri Baptist … played 253 minutes on the year … averaged 31.6 minutes per match … played a season-high 55 minutes against Belhaven. Prior to AUM: Attended Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro in Rio de Janerio, Brazil for one year. Prep: Attended Colegio Pala Recreio in Rio de Janerio, Brazil … was a member of the club soccer team Bela Vista Futbol Club in Sao Goncalo, Brazil, in 2008. Personal: Full name is Taian Saraiva De Souza … born November 28, 1988 … is the son of Jose Souza and Cristina Saraiva … has two older brothers, Raphael and Camilo, and a younger sister, Lara … is majoring in business.

Souza’s Career Highs Shots: ...............................2, vs. Belhaven (10/19/10) Goals: ...............................................................none Assists: .......................1, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Points: ........................1, vs. Missouri Baptist (9/7/10) Minutes: .........................55, vs. Belhaven (10/19/10)

Souza’s Career Statistics Year

GP

GS

G

A

SOG

GW

2010

8

2

0

1

PTS SH 1

5

1

0

Totals

8

2

0

1

1

5

1

0

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Matias Aristegui

Angel Gonzalez

Junior 6-1, 200 Defender North Miami, Fla. Darton (Ga.) College

Junior 5-9, 170 Forward Cartago, Costa Rica

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Prior to AUM: Played two seasons at Darton College in Albany, Ga., for head coach Bart Sasnett … helped the Cavaliers to an 18-7 record, the Region XVII Championship, the school’s first-ever district championship and a No. 6 final ranking in the NJCAA poll … earned first-team all-region honors as a freshman and sophomore … was selected a team captain as a sophomore … became the first defender in Darton school history to earn National Soccer Coaches Association of America First-Team AllAmerican honors … scored six goals and assisted on five others during his career. Prep: Lettered in soccer for one season for head coach Edgar Botto at Miami Beach Senior High in Miami Beach, Fla. … was named to the all-district team as a senior after scoring 21 goals … helped the Hi-Tide to the district championship in 2006 … earned the team’s Most Valuable Player following his senior season. Personal: Full name is Matias Fabian Aristegui … born May 23, 1988 … is the son of Nestor Aristegui and Silvana Aquaroli … has two younger brothers, Agustin and Lonan, and a younger sister, Jennifer … is majoring in sports management.

Prep: Attended Colegio Sagrodo Corozon de Jesus in Cartago, Costa Rica … played several years of club soccer for teams including Marbella Paraiso Football Club, FC Orion and Cartago FC. Personal: Full name is Angel Cerdas Gonzalez … born June 9, 1989 … is the son of Abel Gonzalez and Milagro Cerdas … has an older sister, Alejandro, and an older brother, Eduardo … is majoring in business administration.

Bosko Kovacevic

Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson

Junior 6-1, 180 Goalkeeper Krusevac, Serbia Parkland (Ill.) College

Sophomore 6-4, 185 Defender Reykjavik, Iceland Lynn (Fla.) University

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Prior to AUM: Lettered in soccer for two seasons for head coach Mark Sikora at Parkland College in Champaign, Ill. … saw action in 13 games as a freshman … played 1,137 minutes in goal, stopping 76 shots … posted a goal per game average of just 1.187 … was named the Region XXIV Top Goalkeeper and earned all-region honors … as a sophomore, appeared in seven games … recorded 34 saves in 597 minutes … earned the NJCAA All American Academic Award. Prep: Attended Gimnazija in Krusevac, Serbia … played eight seasons of club soccer for the Hapredak Football Club and two seasons for the Hajduk Lions. Personal: Full name is Bosko Vukomir Kovacevic … born March 25, 1988 … is the son of Vukomir and Jasmihka Kovacevic … has an older sister, Ana … is majoring in business.

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Colegio Sogrado Corazon de Jesus

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Prior to AUM: Played soccer for one season at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. ... appeared in 11 matches, staring five and playing 375 minutes ... posted two shots. Prep: Attended Fjolbrautaskolinn Gardabae in Gardabae, Iceland … played club soccer for Fjolnir in Reykjavic, Iceland ... played in the Division A league under Bringeir Torfason for three seasons ... helped lead his team to a pair of championships, the Icelandic and Capital titles in 2007. Personal: Full name is Eyjolfur Fannar Eyjolfsson … born January 15, 1988 … is the son of Eyjolfur Sigurdsson and Indiana Eybergsdottir … has two older sisters, Erla and Bryundis Eyjolfsdottir … is majoring in international business.


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Baron Watson

Vignir Johannesson

0

7

Sophomore 6-2, 185 Goalkeeper Kopavogur, Iceland Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi Prep: Attended Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi in Kopavogur, Iceland … played club soccer for Brediablik FC. Personal: Born September 6, 1990 … is the son of Johannes Borgeirsson and Solrun Johannsdottir … has a younger sister, Osk … majoring in business.

Sophomore 5-7, 140 Forward Mandeville, Jamaica

Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Prior to AUM: Played one season of soccer for head coach Dave Giffard at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va. … appeared in one game, playing 10 minutes against Howard. Prep: Lettered in soccer for six seasons for head coach Baron Watson at Manchester High School in Mandeville, Jamaica … earned All-DaCosta Cup Team honors as a senior … was a team captain his final season … scored 13 goals during his senior campaign … was a member of the Jamaica U-15 National Team Poll and Jamaica All-Schools Team … played club soccer for Mile Gully FC, where he was the team’s leading scorer. Personal: Full name is Baron Jason Watson … born October 4, 1990 … is the son of Baron Watson and Sharon Williams … has an older sister, Latoya … is majoring in psychology.

Zach Chanthongphio

Cameron Fendley

Freshman 5-9, 140 Midfielder Opelika, Ala. Opelika HS

Freshman 5-11, 150 Midfielder Demopolis, Ala. Demopolis HS

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Prep: Attended Opelika High School in Opelika, Ala., where

Prep: Lettered in soccer for six seasons for head coach Peter

he lettered in soccer, cross country and track and field for four

Keen at Demopolis High School in Demopolis, Ala. … led the

seasons … played club soccer for the Auburn Thunder from 2006-

Tigers with 18 goals scored as a senior, while also leading the

2011.

team with 10 assists … was awarded the Defensive Player of the

Personal: Full name is Jerry Zack Chanthongphio … born June

Year award following his senior season … also lettered in football

4, 1993 … is the son of Souvanh and Pat Chanthongphio … has

for one year … played club soccer for the River City Soccer Club

an older brother, Bobby, who was a four-year member of the

in Demopolis.

soccer team at UAB … plans to major in accounting.

Personal: Full name is Cameron Christopher Fendley … born February 25, 1993 … is the son of Jeff and Tammy Fendley … has a younger brother, Logan … is majoring in pre-pharmacy.

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Dagur Jonsson

Elvar Sigurdsson

Freshman 5-11, 170 Defender Gardabaer, Iceland Fjolbrautaskoli Gardabae

Freshman 6-0, 175 Midfielder Kopavogur, Iceland Verzlunarskoli Islands

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Prep: Attended Fjolbrautaskoli Gardabae in Gardabaer, Iceland … played for the soccer club Stjarnan FC. Personal: Born December 13, 1989 … is the son of Jon Ingolfsson and Dagny Gudmundsdottir … has a brother, Helgi, and a sister, Rosa … is majoring in marketing.

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Prep: Attended Verzlunarskoli Islands in Reykjavik, Iceland … played club soccer for Breidablik FC … was Breidablik’s Most Promising Player in 2006 … was selected the club team’s Best Player in 2009 and 2010. Personal: Full name is Elvar Pall Sigurdsson … born July 30, 1991 … is the son of Sigurdur Thorsteinsson and Sigurborg Sigurdarsdottir … has an older brother, Arnar, and an older sister, Sigurlaug Sigurdarsdottir … plans on majoring in biology … brother, Arnar, lettered in tennis at the University of Pacific.

Costa Whitehead

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Freshman 5-9, 170 Forward Montgomery, Ala. Alabama Christian Academy Prep: Lettered in soccer for head coach Rob Carlton at Alabama Christian Academy in Montgomery, Ala. … was selected to the First-Team All-Metro squad by the Montgomery Advertiser as a senior and junior … was chosen to play in the Alabama High School Athletic Association All Star week following his junior season … was named the South’s Most Valuable Player following the AHSAA All-Star game … played three seasons for the River Region Rapids Soccer Club and one season for the Capital City Streaks. Personal: Full name is Costandinos Elton Whitehead … born June 22, 1993 … is the son of David Whitehead and Eleni Vanderhoeven … has two older brothers, Stephen and Brian … is undecided on a major.

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2010 RECAP

2010 Match Results Date

Opponent

Location

Result

August 19

vs. University of West Florida%

AUM Soccer Complex

L, 3-0

Overall/SSAC 0-0

August 22

vs. Davenport University

AUM Soccer Complex

W, 3-2

1-0

August 27

vs. Shorter University#

AUM Soccer Complex

L, 3-1

1-1

August 29

vs. Graceland University#

AUM Soccer Complex

T, 3-3 (2OT)

1-1-1

September 3

vs. Milligan College^

AUM Soccer Complex

W, 4-0

2-1-1

September 4

vs. Martin Methodist^

AUM Soccer Complex

L, 1-0

2-2-1

September 7

vs. Missouri Baptist College

AUM Soccer Complex

W, 8-3

3-2-1

September 10

at Lindsey Wilson College

Columbia, Ky.

T, 0-0

3-2-2

September 18

vs. Lee University

AUM Soccer Complex

W, 3-2

4-2-2

September 24

vs. Bethel College@

Orange Beach, Ala.

L, 3-2

4-3-2

September 25

vs. Northwood University@

Orange Beach, Ala.

L, 2-1

4-4-2 4-5-2

September 29

vs. University of Montevallo

AUM Soccer Complex

L, 4-1

October 2

vs. Southern Polytechnic State University

AUM Soccer Complex

W, 2-1

5-5-2

October 8

vs. SCAD Savannah

AUM Soccer Complex

W, 4-1

6-5-2

October 12

at Spring Hill College*

Mobile, Ala.

L, 3-1

6-6-2, 0-1 SSAC

October 19

vs. Belhaven University*

Jackson, Miss.

L, 3-1

6-7-2, 0-2 SSAC

October 23

at William Carey University*

Hattiesburg, Miss.

L, 4-1

6-8-2, 0-3 SSAC

October 26

vs. University of Mobile*

AUM Soccer Complex

L, 4-1

6-9-2, 0-4 SSAC

October 30

at Faulkner University*

AUM Soccer Complex

W-5-4 (OT)

7-9-2, 1-4 SSAC

% - Exhibition Contest # - AUM Fall Kickoff Classic ^ - AUM Capital City Classic @ - University of Mobile Classic * - Southern States Athletic Conference Match Home Matches in Bold Overall Record/Final Ranking: 7-9-2 / None SSAC Record/Finish: 1-4 / 5th in the West Record at Home: 6-5-1 Record on Road: 1-2-1 Record at Neutral Site: 0-2

2010 Southern States Athletic Conference Postseason Award Winners Individual Award Winners

SSAC All-West Division

Player of the Year Deshorn Brown, Mobile

Auburn University at Montgomery

Offensive Player of the Year Deshorn Brown, Mobile

Musco Lighting Champions of Character Team

Defensive Player of the Year Sebastian Stihler, Shorter Freshman of the Year Deshorn Brown, Mobile Newcomer of the Year Alex Rodriguez, Belhaven Coach of the Year Steve DeCou, Belhaven

Tornubari Nyonebue

Auburn University at Montgomery Tornubari Nyonebue

SSAC All-Academic Team Auburn University at Montgomery Kristjan Hannesson - Jr. Steve Keller - Jr. Benjamin Koch - So. Gunnar Kristinsson - Sr. Chris Ross - Jr.

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Warhawks Soccer

2010 STATISTICAL RECAP

2010 Individual Statistics INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS No.

Name

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

G/SH

SH

SOG

SOG/SH

YC

RC

GW

PKM

PKA

1

Steve Keller

18

18

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

1

0

0

0

0

2

Taian Souza

8

2

0

1

1

0.000

5

1

0.200

0

0

0

0

0

3

Gunnar Kristinsson

18

14

6

5

17

0.136

44

26

0.591

4

0

3

1

1

4

Chris Ross

16

16

3

6

12

0.375

8

4

0.500

7

1

0

1

2

5

Clayton Arnez

13

9

2

0

4

0.074

27

12

0.444

2

0

1

0

0

6

Philippe Silveira

12

3

1

1

3

0.143

7

1

0.143

0

0

0

0

0

7

Johann Bjornsson

16

12

0

0

0

0.000

3

1

0.333

0

0

0

0

0

8

Vignir Benediktsson

16

6

1

2

4

0.167

6

5

0.833

1

0

0

0

0

9

Thomas Lindemann

17

11

2

4

8

0.105

19

11

0.579

0

0

0

0

0

10

Christian Holthaus

17

16

0

4

4

0.000

5

0

0.000

2

0

0

0

0

12

Stephen Grooms

15

8

1

1

3

0.059

17

5

0.294

5

1

0

0

0

13

Kristjan Hannesson

16

15

1

1

3

0.143

7

3

0.429

3

1

0

0

0

14

Daniel Rodrigues

15

7

3

1

7

0.143

21

8

0.381

0

0

0

0

0

15

Ole Andersen

8

3

0

0

0

0.000

2

1

0.500

0

0

0

0

0

17

Atli Sigurdsson

13

6

2

0

4

0.095

21

7

0.333

4

0

0

0

0

18

Benjamin Koch

1

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

19

Joel Bonsafo Bawua

4

2

0

0

0

0.000

2

1

0.500

0

0

0

0

0

20

Stefan Arnarson

11

7

4

0

8

0.133

30

13

0.433

4

0

1

1

2

21

Hunter Luker

9

0

1

0

2

0.200

5

3

0.600

3

0

0

0

0

22

Gudni Kristjansson

18

17

1

1

3

0.083

12

4

0.333

0

0

0

0

0

23 24 25 TM

Goffin Boyoko Vitor Silva Tornubari Nyonebue TEAM Total Opponents

11 13 17 18 18 18

10 8 13

3 4 6 0 41 43

3 3 2 0 35 24

9 11 14 0 117 110

4 4 27 0 141 96

0.333 0.308 0.391 0.000 0.421 0.519

4 0 5 2 47 37

1 0 0 0 4 0

1 0 1 0 7 8

0 0 0 0 3 1

0 0 0 0 5 1

GP 18 1 1 0 18 18

GS 18 0 0 0

0.250 12 0.308 13 0.087 69 0.000 0 0.122 335 0.232 185

GOALKEEPER STATISTICS No. 1 13 18 TM

Player Steve Keller Kristjan Hannesson Benjamin Koch TEAM Total Opponents

Gunnar Kristinsson finished with a team-best 17 points, scoring six goals and adding five assists in 2010.

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Min 1587:14 34:06 24:23 0:00 1645:43 1645:43

Tornubari Nyonebue earned SSAC All-West Division honors in 2010, while leading AUM in shots and tying for the team-lead in goals.

GA 40 0 3 0 43 41

GAAvg 2.268 0.000 11.073 0.000 2.352 2.242

SV 52 3 0 0 55 103

Pct 0.565 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.561 0.715

Chris Ross paced AUM with a team-leading six assists, while also anchoring the defensive unit.

W 7 0 0 0 7 9

L 9 0 0 0 9 7

T 2 0 0 0 2 2

SHO 1.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 2.00

In 2010, Vitor Silva finished with four goals and was one of eight freshman to score at least once.


Warhawks Soccer

HISTORY AND RECORDS

All-Time Coaching Records

Ed Tomczak

Ali Alwan

Matt Clark

Brett Teach

Wulf-Dieter Koch

1985-1995 111-68-10 (.614)

1996-1997 28-13-6 (.660)

1998-1999 24-17-5 (.587)

2000-2006 139-21-6 (.855)

2007-Pres. 49-23-3 (.673)

Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Coach Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ed Tomczak Ali Alwan Ali Alwan

Record / Conference 5-5-1 8-8-1 7-6-1 6-7-2 10-10-0 15-4-0 / 4-2-0 SSC 12-5-3 / 3-0-0 SSC 11-6-0 / 2-1-0 SSC 9-6-1 / 1-2-0 SSC 13-6-1 / 3-0-0 SSC 14-5-1 / 2-0-0 SSC 16-5-2 12-8-4

AUM Single-Game Records Goals

6, Hjortur Hjartarson vs. Emmanuel, Nov. 8, 2003 vs. Georgia Southwestern, Nov. 5, 2005

Goals in a Half

4, Hjortur Hjartarson vs. Emmanuel, Nov. 8, 2003

Assists

6, Sightor Juliusson vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 24, 2002

Assists in a Half

3, Sigthor Juliusson vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 24, 2002 vs. Emmanuel, Aug. 22, 2003

Points

Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Coach Matt Clark Matt Clark Brett Teach Brett Teach Brett Teach Brett Teach Brett Teach Brett Teach Brett Teach Wulf-Dieter Koch Wulf-Dieter Koch Wulf-Dieter Koch Wulf-Dieter Koch

Record/Conference 12-9-1 12-8-4 / 5-0-0 GACC 23-2-0 / 5-0-0 GACC 23-3-0 / 5-0-0 GACC 20-2-1 / 5-0-0 GACC 14-4-2 / 6-0-0 GACC 20-5-0 / 9-1-0 SSAC 23-2-0 / 9-0-0 SSAC 16-4-1 / 8-0-0 SSAC 17-5-0 / 8-1-0 SSAC 12-5-1 / 7-2-0 SSAC 13-4-2 / 6-1-0 SSAC 7-9-2 / 1-4-0 SSAC

AUM Single-Game Team Records Goals ........................................................14, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 14, ................................................................. vs. North Georgia, Sept. 24, Goals in a Half .......................................... 9, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 23, ................................................................vs. Brewton-Parker, Sept. 30, Assists......................................................16, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 23, Assists in a Half ........................................ 9, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 23, Points .......................................................40, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 23, Points in a Half ........................................ 27, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 23,

The Last Time a Warhawk‌ Scored Four Goals in a Match Hjortur Hjartarson, vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 23, 2006 Scored Three Goals in a Match Sveinbjorn Jonasson, vs. William Carey, Sept. 11, 2007

12, Hjortur Hjartarson vs. Emmanuel, Nov. 8, 2003 vs. Georgia Southwestern, Nov. 5, 2005

Had Four Assists in a Match Steinthor Thorsteinsson vs. William Carey, Oct. 31, 2007

Points in a Half

Took 10 or More Shots in a Match Hjortur Hjartarson (11) vs. Georgia Southwestern, Nov. 5, 2005

8, Hjortur Hjartarson vs. Emmanuel, Nov. 8, 2003

Shots

17, Martin Gustavsson vs. Emmanuel, Sept. 14, 1999

1999 2002 2006 2008 2006 2006 2006 2006

Had 5 or More Saves in a Match Steve Keller (7) vs. Belhaven, Oct. 19, 2010 Had Consecutive Shutouts Kile Kennedy (2), at Mobile (Oct. 24, 2009) and vs. Thomas (Oct. 29, 2009)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS

AUM Single-Season Records Goals 48 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson, 33 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson, 32 ................... Martin Gustavsson, 29 ...........................Michael Ritch, 28 ................... Martin Gustavsson, 28 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson, 27 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson, 23 ...........................Michael Ritch,

2005 2006 2000 2002 2001 2003 2004 2001

Hjortur Hjartarson holds four of the seven best single-season goal totals in school history, including a school-record 48 in 2005.

Assists 35 ..................... Sigthor Juliusson, 24 ................... Martin Gustavsson, 23 ..................... Sigthor Juliusson, 20 ............ Sigurdur Thorsteinsson, 18 ............ Sigurdur Thorsteinsson, 13 .............. Rannver Sigurjonsson, 13 ........... Steinthor Thorsteinsson,

2002 2001 2003 2000 2001 2006 2007

70 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson, 70 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson, 65 ..................... Sigthor Juliusson, 62 ................... Hjortur Hjartarson,

2006 2003 2002 2004

Shots 152 .................. Hjortur Hjartarson, 130 .................. Hjortur Hjartarson, 119 .................. Martin Gustavsson, 108 ..........................Michael Ritch, 101 .................. Martin Gustavsson, 89 .........................Michael Baugh, 88 ................... Martin Gustavsson,

2005 2006 2001 2001 2000 1996 1998

Goals Against Average 0.51 ............. Jorunder Kristansson, 0.68 ..........................Nenad Cudic, 0.80 .............. Bjarki Gudmundsson, 0.83 ..........................Kile Kennedy, 0.92 .................... James Van Dyne, 1.00 .................... James Van Dyne, 1.02 .............. Eike Thorvardarsson, 1.06 .............. Bjarki Gudmundsson, 1.17 .............. Eike Thorvardarsson,

2005 2006 2004 2008 2000 2001 1995 2003 1994

Martin Gustavsson posted two seasons with 100 or more shots during his career at AUM.

Saves 138 ........................ Dadi Larusson, 122 ........................ Dadi Larusson, 121 ..................... James Van Dyne, 113 ............... Eike Thorvardarsson, 102 ..................... James Van Dyne,

1996 1997 2001 1994 2002

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 2,428 .................. James Van Dyne, 2,234 .................. James Van Dyne, 1,891 .................. James Van Dyne, 1,851 ..................... Dadi Larusson, 1,831 ........................Nenad Cudic, 1,695 ............ Eike Thorvardarsson, 1,588 ......................... Steve Keller, 1,587 ........................Nenad Cudic,

2001 2000 2002 1996 2007 1994 2010 2006

Jorunder Kristansson allowed a school-low 0.51 goals per game in 2005.

Shutouts 11 ...................... James Van Dyne, 9.5 ..................... James Van Dyne, 7 ..............................Nenad Cudic, 7 ................. Jorunder Kristansson, 6 .................. Eike Thorvardarsson, 6 ........................ James Van Dyne, 6 ................ Bjarki Gudmundhsson, 5 .................. Bjarki Gudmundsson, 5 ..............................Kile Kennedy,

2001 2000 2006 2005 1995 1995 2004 2003 2009

Sigthor Juliusson set the AUM record with 35 assists in the 2002 season.

Points 106 .................. Hjortur Hjartarson, 80 ................... Martin Gustavsson, 79 ................... Martin Gustavsson, 73 ...........................Michael Ritch,

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2005 2001 2000 2002

James Van Dyne holds the single-season school record of 2,428 minutes played in goal.

Nenad Cudic finished with seven shutouts in 2006, a mark which ranks tied for the third-best single-season total at AUM.


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HISTORY AND RECORDS

AUM Career Records Goals 136 ..............Hjortur Hjartarson, 99 .............. Martin Gustavsson, 64 ...................... Michael Ritch, 54 .................... Michael Baugh, 46 ................ Magnus Olafsson, 45 ...................... Bella Momah, 41 ............ Gretar Steindorsson, 37 ................ Marcus Asgedom, 35 .................Sigthor Juliusson,

2003-06 1998-01 2000-02 1994-97 2004-07 1987-90 1994-96 1990-93 2002-04

Assists 65 .................Sigthor Juliusson, 59 .............. Martin Gustavsson, 48 ...................... Michael Ritch, 44 ........Sigurdur Thorsteinsson, 38 ................ Magnus Olafsson, 36 ...............Hjortur Hjartarson, 34 ............ Johann Hreidarsson, 34 ..... Bruno Murta de Resende, 28 ...................... Bella Momah, 27 .............Masego Ntshingane, 25 ..................... Skuli Egilsson,

2002-04 1998-01 2000-02 2000-02 2004-07 2003-06 2004-06 2001-04 1987-90 2001-04 1992-95

249 ..................... Michael Ritch, 224 ..................... Bella Momah, 210 ............... Magnus Olafsson, 203 ................... Michael Baugh, 167 .......... Charlie Shaughnessy, 157 .................... Skuli Egilsson,

2000-02 1987-90 2004-07 1994-97 1988-91 1992-95

Saves 301 ...........Eike Thorvardarsson, 1992-95 265 ..................... Trey Williams, 1985-88 260 ....................Dadi Larusson, 1996-97 254 ................ James Van Dyne, 2000-02 204 .......... Bjarki Gudmundsson, 2003-06 185 .................... Jason Huneke, 1988-91 143 ................. David Anderson, 1997-98 133 ......................Nenad Cudic, 2006-07 100 ........................ Darian Lee, 1987-90 71 ................. Steve Keller, 2008-Present 60 ...........Jorunder Kristansson, 2004-05

Keeper Minutes 7,483 ............. James Van Dyne, 2000-02 5,329 ........Eike Thorvardarsson, 1992-95 4,680 .................. Trey Williams, 1985-88 3,765 ................. Jason Huneke, 1988-91 3,418 ...................Nenad Cudic, 2006-07 3,287 .................Dadi Larusson, 1996-97 2,848 ....... Bjarki Gudmundsson, 2003-06 2,783 ............. Steve Keller, 2008-Present 2,236 .............. David Anderson, 1997-98 1,370 ..................... Darian Lee, 1987-90 1,036 .................. Andrew Peck, 1998-99

Matches Played 93 ........Sigurdur Thorsteinsson, 92 ................ Magnus Olafsson, 89 ................ Sigurjon Jonsson, 88 ...............Hjortur Hjartarson, Hjortur Hjartarson holds the AUM career record in goals, points and shots.

Points 308 ..............Hjortur Hjartarson, 257 ............. Martin Gustavsson, 174 ..................... Michael Ritch, 135 ................Sigthor Juliusson, 130 ............... Magnus Olafsson, 120 ................... Michael Baugh, 118 ..................... Bella Momah, 98 ............ Gretar Steindorsson, 91 ................ Marcus Asgedom, 88 .......... Thorhallur Hinriksson, 82 ..............Hogni Thordarsson,

2003-06 1998-01 2000-02 2002-04 2004-07 1994-97 1987-90 1994-96 1990-93 2002-05 1997-99

Shots 413 ..............Hjortur Hjartarson, 2003-06 281 ............. Martin Gustavsson, 1998-01

2000-02 2004-07 1998-01 2003-06

Senior Steve Keller ranks in the top 10 in saves, minutes and matches played by a goalkeeper.

88 .............. Martin Gustavsson, 83 .......................... Ben Beard, 83. ......... Thorhallur Hinriksson, 82 .....................Travis Bagwell, 73 ................. Thordur Jensson, 73 ...................... Michael Ritch,

1998-01 1995-98 2002-05 1994-97 2000-02 2000-02

Matches Played (Goalie) 64 ................. James Van Dyne, 1999-02 62 ............Eike Thorvardarsson, 1992-95 56 ........... Bjarki Gudmundsson, 2003-06 51 ...................... Trey Williams, 1985-88 43 ..................... Jason Huneke, 1988-91 38 .....................Dadi Larusson, 1996-97 37 .......................Nenad Cudic, 2006-07 32 ................. Steve Keller, 2008-Present 26 ...........Jorunder Kristansson, 2004-05 26 .................. David Anderson, 1997-98

Career Points Leaders Name Hjortur Hjartarson Martin Gustavsson Michael Ritch Sigthor Juliusson Magnus Olafsson Michael Baugh Bella Momah Gretar Steindorsson Marcus Asgedom Thorhallur Hinriksson Hogni Thordarsson Doddi Gudjonsson Kazeem Aremu

Years 2003-06 1998-01 2000-02 2002-04 2004-07 1994-97 1987-90 1994-96 1990-93 2002-05 1997-99 1990-93 1986-89

Games 87 88 73 57 92 67 69 58 68 83 61 65 63

Goals 136 99 64 35 46 54 45 41 37 33 30 28 30

Assists 36 59 48 65 38 12 28 16 17 22 22 20 11

Points 308 257 174 135 130 120 118 98 91 88 82 76 71

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All-Conference/All-District Selections

NAIA All-Americans 1987 1988 1989 1991 1994 1996

1997

1998 1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004 2005

2006

2007

2009

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Bella Momah (Honorable Mention) Bella Momah (Honorable Mention) Kazeem Aremu (Academic) Kazeem Aremu (Honorable Mention) Sergio Pacheco (Academic) Gretar Steindorsson (Honorable Mention) Ragnar Gislasson (Second Team) Gretar Steindorsson (Honorable Mention) Michael Baugh (Honorable Mention) Bjorn Skulason (Honorable Mention) Dadi Larusson (Second Team) Michael Baugh (Honorable Mention) Tony Voyles (Honorable Mention) Andri Marteinsson (Honorable Mention) Ben Beard (Academic) Martin Gustavsson (Honorable Mention) Hogni Thordarsson (Honorable Mention) Sighvatur Gunnarsson (Honorable Mention) Scerrir Audunsson (Academic) Hafthor Haflidasson (Academic) Mohannad Azzam (Academic) Martin Gustavsson (First Team) Thordur Jensson (Second Team) James Van Dyne (Third Team) Sigurdur Thorsteinsson (Honorable Mention) Martin Gustavsson (First Team) Thordur Jensson (First Team) James Van Dyne (Second Team) Michael Ritch (Second Team) Sigurdur Thorsteinsson (Third Team) Greg Heinrich (Academic) Sigurdur Thorsteinsson (Academic) Michael Ritch (First Team) Sigthor Juliusson (First Team) Sigurdur Thorsteinsson (Second Team) Christian Cuevas (Second Team) Masego Ntshingane (Second Team) James Van Dyne (Third Team) Sigurdur Thorsteinsson (Academic) Thorhallur Hinriksson (Second Team) Christian Cuevas (Second Team) Hjortur Hjartarson (Third Team) Bjarki Gudmundsson (Honorable Mention) Sigthor Juliusson (Honorable Mention) Bjarki Gudmundsson (First Team) Nick Greenhouse (Third Team) Hjortur Hjartarson* (First Team) Jorunder Kristansson (First Team) Johann Hreidarsson (Second Team) Elvar Gudjonsson (Honorable Mention) Thorhallur Hinriksson (Honorable Mention) Terrance Johnson (Honorable Mention) Thorhallur Hinriksson (Academic) Nenad Cudic (First Team) Hjortur Hjartarson* (First Team) Kari Arsaelsson (First Team) Johann Hreidarsson (Second Team) Agust Agustsson (Third Team) Mikel Herrero (Honorable Mention) Hugo Asencio (Academic) Kari Arsaelsson (First Team) Steinthor Thorsteinsson (Honorable Mention) Nik Chamberlain (Honorable Mention) Stefan Arnarson (Third Team) Nik Chamberlain (Academic) Sveinn Jonsson (Academic) Yuki Kariya (Academic) Arnar Thordarson (Academic) * Denotes NAIA National Player of the Year

F F F F MF MF MF MF F D GK F MF MF D F F MF MF D F F D GK D F D GK F D MF D F MF D MF MF GK D MF D F GK MF GK D F GK MF D F F MF GK F D MF D MF MF D F MF F MF MF MF D

1987

Kazeem Aremu

Mark Magli

Mike McCooey

Bella Momah

Neng Tiemkongkam

Trey Williams Trey Williams

1988

Kazeem Aremu

Bella Momah

1989

Kazeem Aremu

Steve Cadet

Bella Momah

1990

Marcus Asgedom

Steve Cadet

Mark Cwinski

Bella Momah

Charlie Shaughnessy

Luke Arnason

Jason Huneke

Doddi Gudjonsson

Charlie Shaughnessy

1992

Peter Classon

Peter Jexby

Richard Lundberg

1993

John Burdett

Chris Byrne

Doddi Gudjonsson

1991

Ingo Gissuarasson

Peter Jexby 1999

Sighvatur Gunnarsson

Mohannad Azzam

Sigurjon Jonsson

Hogni Thordarsson

Geraldo de Souza

Martin Gustavsson

Martin Gustavsson

Thordur Jensson

Geraldo de Souza

Olafur Brynjolfsson

Sigurjon Jonsson

Sverrir Audonsson 2000 2001

2002

Martin Gustavsson

Michael Ritch

James Van Dyne

Geraldo de Souza

Sigurdur Thorsteinsson

Masego Ntshingane

Sigurjon Jonsson

Greg Heinrich

Olafur Brynjolfsson

Ivan Maksic

Bruno Murta de Resende

James Van Dyne

Thordur Jensson

Christian Cuevas

Thorhallur Hinriksson

Sigthor Juliusson

Masego Ntshingane

Michael Ritch

Damian Gimenez

Sigurdur Thorsteinsson

Thorhallur Einarsson 2003

2004

2005

Thorhallur Hinriksson

Andi Mansour

Sigthor Juliusson

Brian Dupree

Hjortur Hjartarson

Christian Cuevas

Nick Greenhouse

Bjorn Jakobsson

Bjarki Gudmundsson

Nick Greenhouse

Bjorn Jakobsson

Bjarki Gudmundsson

Elvar Gudjonsson

Thorhallur Hinriksson

Hjortur Hjartarson

Johann Hreidarsson

Bruno Murta de Resende

Elvar Gudjonsson

Thorhallur Hinriksson

Hjortur Hjartarson

Johann Hreidarsson

Bjorn Jakobsson

Terrance Johnson

Jorunder Kristansson

Magnus Olafsson

Rannver Sigurjonsson

Tobias Nagy 2006

Kari Arsaelsson

Nenad Cudic

Elvar Gudjonsson

Hjortur Hjartarson

Johann Hreidarsson

Rannver Sigurjonsson

Mikel Herrero 2007

Nenad Cudic (1st)

Kari Arsaelsson (1st)

Nik Chamberlain (1st)

Magnus Olafsson (1st)

Agust Agustsson (2nd)

Mikel Herrero (2nd)

Steinthor Thorsteinsson (2nd) 2008 2009

Kari Arsaelsson (1st)

Yuki Kariya (1st)

Kile Kennedy (1st)

Bart Markel (1st)

Stefan Arnarson (2nd)

Nik Chamberlain (2nd)

Stefan Arnarson (1st)

Sveinn Jonsson (1st)

Yuki Kariya (1st)

Kile Kennedy (2nd)

Gunnar Kristinsson (1st)

Chris Ross (2nd)

Kazeem Aremu was a three-time NAIA All-District 27 performer.

Bjorn Jakobsson earned GeorigaAlabama-Carolina Conference honors in 2003, 2004 and 2005.


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SERIES RESULTS

AUM All-Time Series Results Alabama A&M .......................................................................... 1-1

McKendree College ................................................................... 1-0

Aquinas College (Mich.)............................................................. 1-0

Mid-Continent College ............................................................... 2-1

Azusa Pacific University ............................................................. 0-2

Milligan College ........................................................................ 2-0

Barry College (Fla.) ................................................................... 2-0

Missouri Baptist University ......................................................... 3-0

Belhaven College ............................................................ 8-5-4

Midwestern State University ................................................... 0-0-1

Belmont University ................................................................... 1-0

Newman College ...................................................................... 1-0

Berry College (Ga.) .............................................................. 11-5-1

Nicholls State University ............................................................ 1-0

Bethel College (Tenn.)............................................................ 9-4-1

North Georgia College & State University.................................. 11-0

Birmingham Southern College ................................................... 9-3

Northwood University (Texas) .................................................... 0-0

Brewton-Parker College .................................................. 20-0

Northwood University (Fla.) ....................................................... 1-3

Christian Brothers University ..................................................... 2-0

Nova Southeastern University .................................................... 0-1

Clayton College and State University (Ga.) .................................. 1-0

Oklahoma Baptist University ...................................................... 1-0

Columbia College (Mo.) ............................................................. 1-0

Palm Beach Atlantic University ................................................... 1-0

Columbus State University......................................................... 2-0

Park University ...................................................................... 1-0-1

Concordia College (Calif.) .......................................................... 0-1

Piedmont College ..................................................................... 4-0

Covenant College ..................................................................... 4-0

Point Park College..................................................................... 0-1

Cumberland University .............................................................. 1-0

Reinhardt College ................................................................... 12-0

Davenport University ................................................................ 1-0

Rockhurst College .................................................................. 0-1-1

Eckerd College ......................................................................... 1-0

SCAD-Savannah ................................................................. 1-0

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical (Fla.) ...................................... 2-2

Shorter University ............................................................. 7-2

Emmanuel College ........................................................... 12-1

Simon Fraser University ............................................................ 1-0

Faulkner University ........................................................... 7-0

Southern Nazarene University.................................................... 1-0

Flagler College ......................................................................... 1-1

Southern Polytechnic State University .............................. 3-1

Florida Atlantic University .......................................................... 0-1

Southern Wesleyan University ........................................ 16-1

Florida Southern University ....................................................... 1-0

Spring Hill College ........................................................... 14-1

Florida Tech ............................................................................. 0-3

St. Edwards University .............................................................. 1-1

Geneva College (Penn.) ............................................................. 0-1

St. Gregory’s University ............................................................. 1-0

Georgia Southwestern State University ....................................... 3-0

St. Leo College ......................................................................... 1-1

Goldy-Beacom College .............................................................. 1-0

St. Thomas University ............................................................... 2-1

Graceland University ...................................................... 0-0-1

Talladega College ...............................................First Meeting

Grand View University ........................................First Meeting

Tennessee Wesleyan University.................................................. 2-0

Harding University .................................................................... 1-0

Thomas University ............................................................... 12-0-1

Holy Names University .............................................................. 1-0

Tiffin College ............................................................................ 1-0

Houghton College ..................................................................... 1-0

Transylvania University.............................................................. 0-1

Huntingdon College ............................................................. 13-2-1

Truett-McConnell College ...................................First Meeting

University of Incarnate Word ..................................................... 0-1

University of Alabama-Birmingham ............................................ 3-1

Indiana Wesleyan University ...................................................... 0-1

University of Alabama-Huntsville ................................................ 4-0

John Brown University .............................................................. 1-0

University of Illinois-Springfield .................................................. 1-1

King College ............................................................................. 1-0

University of Mobile ....................................................... 13-12

LaGrange College ..................................................................... 3-0

University of Montevallo ............................................................ 7-3

Lambuth University ................................................................... 3-0

University of Rio Grande ........................................................... 0-3

Lees-McRae College .................................................................. 1-0

University of South Alabama...................................................... 0-3

Lee University ............................................................... 12-3-1

University of the Cumberlands ................................................... 1-0

Life University .......................................................................... 9-6

University of West Florida.......................................................... 7-4

Lincoln Memorial University ....................................................... 1-0

Vanguard University .................................................................. 1-0

Lindsey-Wilson College ................................................ 5-11-3

Virginia Intermont College ......................................................... 1-0

Lindenwood University .............................................................. 0-1

Westmont College ................................................................. 0-0-1

Louisiana College...................................................................... 1-0

William Carey University .............................................. 15-8-1

Lynn University (Fla.) ............................................................. 0-2-1

William Woods College .............................................................. 1-0

Martin Methodist College ........................................................ 7-1-1 Marian College ......................................................................... 1-0

2011 Opponents in Bold

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

-AAdams, Eric ..................................... 1992-96 Adams, Jimmy ................................. 2001-02 Adams, Troy .................................... 1988-91 Agustsson, Agust ............................. 2006-08 Alvarez, Danie.................................. 1999-00 Alwan, Ali .............................................1986 Alwan, Laith .........................................1985 Andersen, Ole .......................................2010 Anderson, David .............................. 1997-98 Aremu, Kazeem ............................... 1986-89 Aristegui, Matias ................... 2011-pres. Arnarson, Stefan .............................. 2008-10 Arnason, Luke.......................................1991 Arnason, Siggi ......................................1997 Arnez, Clayton ......................................2010 Arsaelsson, Kari ............................... 2006-08 Asencio, Hugo.................................. 2004-06 Asgedom, Marcus............................. 1990-93 Asika, Uche ..........................................2004 Assison, Michael............................... 1994-96 Audunsson, Sverrir ................................1998 Azzam, Mohannad ........................ 1997-2000

Carrington, Damon........................... 2003-06 Chamberlain, Nik ................. 2006-08, 11 Chanthongphio, Zack ............ 2011-pres. Christenson, Paul ............................. 1988-89 Clark, Mike ...........................................1992 Clark, Richonne.....................................2009 Classon, Peter .................................. 1992-94 Collins, Sean .................................... 2006-07 Cook, John .............................1990, 1992-93 Crider, Michael ................................. 2003-04 Cudic, Nenad ................................... 2006-07 Cuevas, Christian ............................. 2002-03 Curtis, Jefferson ....................................1993 Cwinski, Mark .................................. 1989-90

-DDauda, Olaide .................................. 1987-90 Davidson, Andres ............................. 1992-93 deSouza, Geraldo ............................. 1999-01 Dillon, Liam ..........................................2004 Dixon, Mark ..........................................1990 Dos Santos, Alphonse ............................1997 Dupree, Brian .................................. 2002-03 Durrel, Colin .........................................1996

-E-

Kazeem Aremu 1986-89

Ben Beard 1995-98

Edmondson, Mike..................................1988 Egilsson, Skuli .................................. 1992-95 Einarsson, Bogi .....................................2009 Einarsson, Gunnlaugur ..........................1998 Einarsson, Thorhallur ............................2002 Elliott, Stdnei ........................................1996 Emma, Donnie ................................. 1990-91 Erlednsson, Hilmar ........................... 2002-03 Eyjolfsson, Eyjolfur ............... 2011-pres.

-BBaggett, Carson ............................... 2002-03 Bagwell, Travis ................................. 1994-97 Banes, Tony ..................................... 1985-86 Barnes, Brian ........................................1997 Barretto, Magno ....................................1994 Baugh, Michael ................................ 1994-97 Beard, Ben ...................................... 1995-98 Bearden, Bobby ....................................1985 Bendiktsson, Vignir .......................... 2008-10 Bentley, Jim ..................................... 1989-91 Birt, Trey ..............................................1989 Bjornsson, Johann............................ 2008-10 Bonsafo Bawua, Joel ............. 2010-pres. Borges, Edegard ...................................1998 Bourke, Brian ................................... 1986-89 Bourke, Mike ............................. 1985-86, 88 Boyoko, Goffin ....................... 2010-pres. Brasher, Shane................................. 1992-93 Brogan, Tyler ............................... 2008-2009 Brynjolfsson, Olafur .......................... 2000-02 Burdett, John ................................... 1990-92 Burkett, Jared .................................. 1999-20 Butterfield, John ...................................1987 Byrne, Chris ..................................... 1992-93

- CCadet, Steve .................................... 1989-91 Campos, Ruy ........................................1996

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Geedings, Matt ................................ 2004-05 Green, Brian .........................................1992 Greenhouse, Nick ............................. 2003-04 Grooms, Stephen ............................. 2008-10 Gudjonsson, Doddi ........................... 1990-93 Gudjonsson, Elvar ............................ 2004-06 Gudmundsson, Bjarki ....................... 2003-06 Gudmundsson, Haraldur ................... 2004-06 Gudmundsson, Johan ............................1996 Gunnarsson, Sighvatur ..................... 1997-98 Gustavsson, Martin........................... 1998-01 Guthrie, Doug .......................................1998

Skuli Egilsson 1992-95

David Finlay 1996-98

-FFagerberg, Chris ...................................1986 Fagerberg, Robert .................................1986 Fendley, Cameron ................. 2011-pres. Finlay, David .................................... 1996-98

-GGarlington, Brent ..................................1993 Geddings, Matt ................................ 2002-05 Genetski, Bob .................................. 1989-90 Gimenez, Damian ..................................2002 Gislasson, Ragnar ............................ 1995-96 Gissuarasson, Ingo ................................1991 Godwin, Pat ..........................................1998 Gonzales, Jose ................................. 1987-89 Gonzalez, Angel ..................... 2011-pres. Grantham, Dax .....................................1986

Martin Gustavsson 1998-2001

Hjortur Hjartarson 2003-06

-HHaflidasson, Hafthor ......................... 1997-98 Hall, Clay ..............................................2000 Halldorsson, Vidi ...................................1991 Haney, Denis ........................................1985 Hannesson, Kristjan .............. 2008-pres. Hassell, Tommy.....................................2001 Hathcock, Tyler .....................................2003 Haugen, Andreas ..................................2009 Heinrich, Greg ................................. 1998-01 Helgasson, Vignir ..................................1996 Henderson, Jared ............................. 2006-07 Henson, Carl ................................1992, 1994 Herrero, Mikel .................................. 2006-07 Hilarczyk, Andy ................................ 1997-98 Hinriksson, Thorhallur ...................... 2002-05 Hjartarson, Hjortur ........................... 2003-06 Holt, Rodney.........................................1986 Holthaus, Christian................ 2010-pres. Howard, Rick ................................... 1989-90 Hreidarsson, Johann......................... 2004-06 Huluka, Ben ..........................................2004 Hudson, Kris .........................................2004 Huneke, Jason ................................. 1988-91 Hyams, Bradley ................................ 2005-06

-JJakobsson, Bjorn.............................. 2003-05 Jarome, Travis ......................................1996 Jensson, Thordur ............................. 2000-02 Jexby, Peter ..................................... 1994-97 Johannesson, Vignir .............. 2011-pres. Johansson, Gudjon ................................1997 Johnson, Blake ................................ 2004-07 Johnson, Terrance ............................ 2004-05 Jonasson, Sveinbjorn.............................2007 Jonsson, Dagur ...................... 2011-pres. Jonsson, Gunnar .............................. 1994-96 Jonsson, Sigurjon ............................. 1998-01 Jonsson, Sigurjon ............................. 2005-07


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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Jonsson, Sveinn ............................... 2007-09 Juliusson, Sightor ............................. 2002-04

-KKane, Bill ......................................... 1988-89 Kariya, Yuki ..................................... 2008-09 Keller, Steve .......................... 2008-pres. Kennedy, Kile ................................... 2008-09 Kestering, Cesar .................... 2010-pres. Kiebert, Eric ..................................... 2004-07 Kinchen, Judas................................. 1995-97 Koch, Ben ........................................ 2009-10 Kovacevic, Bosko................... 2011-pres. Kozma, Thomas ............................... 2004-05 Kristinsson, Gunnar .......................... 2008-10 Kristansson, Jorunder ....................... 2004-05 Kristjansson, Gudni ...............................2010

Moze, Darragh ................................. 1992-95 Moze, Kevin ..................................... 1992-93 Moze, Roger .........................................2000 Mugu, Manny................................... 2006-08 Murta de Resende, Bruno ................. 2001-04

Kory Miles 1999-2002

Fabio Neves 1995-96

-NNagy, Tobias .........................................2005 Neves, Fabio .................................... 1995-96 Niles, Ian..............................................1986 Ntshingane, Masego ......................... 2002-04 Nyonebue, Tornubari .............................2010

-OGunnar Kristinsson 2008-10

David Lucas 2005-08g

-LLandis, Josh..........................................2004 Larusson, Dadi ................................. 1996-97 LeBlanc, Nick ................................... 2001-02 Lee, Darian ................................ 1987-88, 90 Lindemann, Thomas ......................... 2008-10 Logasson, Steinbjorn .............................1994 Lowe, Kip ........................................ 1997-98 Lowery, Dave ................................... 1987-88 Lowery, Don .................................... 1987-88 Lucas, David .................................... 2005-08 Luker, Hunter ........................................2010 Lundberg, Richard.................................1992

-MMaksic, Ivan .........................................2004 Magli, Mark...........................................1987 Mahoney, Jeremiah ...............................1993 Maksic, Ivan .................................... 2001-02 Mansour, Andi .......................................2003 Manyama, Tebatso ........................... 2005-06 Markel, Bart ..................................... 2006-08 Marteinsson, Andri ................................1998 Mason, David ........................................1991 McCooey, Mike ................................. 1985-87 McCoy, Kevin ........................................1989 McDonald, Joey ....................................1987 McMahon, Brendan ...............................2003 Meyer, Jeff ............................................1986 Miles, Kory....................................... 1999-02 Milner, Robert .......................................2008 Minors, Brendan....................................2004 Momah, Bella................................... 1987-90 Monteil, Marco ................................. 2005-06 Moze, Brenden......................................2001

O’Daniel, Kevin .....................................1996 Olafsson, Jon Gretar ..............................2004 Olafsson, Magnus............................. 2004-07 Olafsson, Oli .................................... 1994-95 Olafsson, Pall ........................................1991 Oroge, Seyi ..........................................1987

-PPacheco, Sergio ............................... 1988-91 Patrick, Egan ........................................2006 Patterson, Seth .....................................2004 Peck, Andrew........................................1998 Pehrsson, Hakan .............................. 1991-94 Phelps, Eric ..................................... 1985-88 Pinto, Eric .............................................1997 Pippin, Roy ...................................... 1994-95 Poole, Todd ..........................................1989 Potter, Billy ...................................... 1986-88 Potter, Ricky .........................................1990 Prado, Marco ........................................1985

-RRadovanovic, Nemanja ..........................2004 Ranger, Tobias ................................. 2003-07 Richardson, Ken ....................................1986 Rief, Mike ........................................ 1985-88 Ritch, Michael .................................. 2000-02 Rizzo, Alfredo .................................. 1987-88 Robinson, Charlie ............................. 1986-87 Rodrigues, Daniel .................. 2010-pres. Rogers, Jason .................................. 1992-93 Rogers, Roger .......................................1988 Ross, Chris............................. 2008-pres. Rysedorph, Ken.....................................1986

-SSanders, Chuck .....................................1985 Shaughnessy, Charlie ....................... 1988-91 Shipley, Matt .................................... 1994-97

Shipley, Robbie ................................ 1991-94 Shiverdecker, Levi ............................ 2006-09 Sigbjornsson, Thorvaldur .......................1996 Sighvatsson, Sigurdur ....................... 2001-03 Sigurdsson, Atli .....................................2010 Sigurdsson, Elvar................... 2011-pres. Sigurjonsson, Rannver ...................... 2005-06 Silva, Vitor ............................. 2010-pres. Silveira, Philippe ................... 2010-pres. Skulason, Bjorn................................ 1993-96 Slayman, Eric ............................... 1999-2000 Smith, Logan ................................... 1999-02 Snow, Josh ...........................................1997 Solano, Junior .......................................1995 Souza, Taian .......................... 2010-pres. Spencer, Josh........................................1998 Stefansson, Halldor .......................... 2008-09 Steindorsson, Gretar ........................ 1994-96 Sunday, Olafemi ............................... 1995-98 Sveinsson, Kristjan ........................... 2008-09

-TTatum, Rob...................................... 1985-86 Thomas, Dale .................................. 2006-08 Thordarsson, Hogni .......................... 1997-98 Thordarson, Arnar ............................ 2008-09 Thorsteinsson, Sigurdur .................... 2000-02 Thorsteinsson, Steinthor ........................2007 Thornqvist, Patrick ........................... 2004-05 Thorvardarsson, Eike ........................ 1992-95 Tiemkongkam, Neng ........................ 1985-88 Titus, Eric ........................................ 1990-93 Titus, Jeff ........................................ 1989-90 Tjonnoy, Fredrik ....................................2009 Tobias, Ranger ................................. 2004-06 Tomczak, Kevin ................................ 1989-92 Trawick, Lee .........................................1988

Eike Thorvardarsson 1992-95

Tony Voyles 1996-97

-VVan Dyne, James ............................. 1999-02 Voyles, Tony .................................... 1996-97

-WWatson, Baron ....................... 2011-pres. Whitehead, Costa .................. 2011-pres. Williams, Trey .................................. 1985-88 Wilson, Rick ..................................... 1993-94 Wilson, Will ..........................................2005

-ZZepeda, Benny ......................................1986

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Season Records 1985-1989 1985: 5-5-1 Coach: Ed Tomczak 1986: 8-8-1 Coach: Ed Tomczak 1987: 7-6-1 Coach Ed Tomczak 1988: 6-7-2 Coach: Ed Tomczak

9/28

BELMONT

W, 4-0

10/24

at Spring Hill

W, 3-0

10/2

at West Florida

W, 5-1

10/30

West Florida^

W, 3-0

10/10

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN

W, 7-0

10/31

Alabama-Huntsville^

W, 3-2

10/12

WILLIAM CAREY

W, 3-2

11/5

West Florida%

W, 8-2

10/16

LEES-MCRAE

W, 8-0

11/6

Birmingham-Southern%

L, 5-4

10/18

at South Alabama

L, 1-0

$ Florida Tech Invitational (Melbourne, Fla.)

10/26

BELHAVEN

T, 4-4

^ SE Athletic Association Tournament (Huntsville, Ala.)

10/30

at Huntingdon

T, 3-3

% NAIA District 27 Tournament (Montgomery, Ala.)

11/3

at Alabama-Birmingham

L, 3-2

11/8

Birmingham-Southern^

W, 1-0

11/9

Huntingdon^

W, 3-0

11/15

Transylvania%

L, 3-2

$ Coca Cola Beach Invitational ^ NAIA District 27 Tournament (Played at AUM)

Date

Opponent

Result

% NAIA Area VIII Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.)

9/4

SPRING HILL

W, 12-1

9/10

at Saint Leo

L, 1-0

9/12

at Barry

W, 3-1

9/14

at Lynn

9/17

MARTIN METHODIST

W, 7-1

Result

9/23

LIFE$

W, 4-1

1989: 10-10-0 Coach: Ed Tomczak

1992: 11-6-0 (2-1-0 SSC) Coach: Ed Tomczak

1990: 15-4-0 (4-2-0 SSC) Coach: Ed Tomczak Date

Opponent

1994: 13-6-1 (3-0-0 SSC) Coach: Ed Tomczak

Date

Opponent

T, 2-2

9/9

FLORIDA TECH

L, 1-0

9/24

THOMAS$

W, 1-0

Result

9/13

at South Alabama

L, 4-0

9/28

at Birmingham Southern

W, 3-2

9/5

at Alabama-Birmingham

W, 3-0

9/18

at Mobile

L, 6-4

10/1

at Spring Hill

W, 4-0

9/6

at Columbus State

W, 6-0

9/19

at William Carey

W, 1-0

10/5

at Huntingdon

W, 3-1

9/9

at West Florida

W, 2-1

9/26

SPRING HILL

W, 5-0

10/8

at Belhaven

L, 3-1

9/14

at Belhaven

W, 2-1

10/3

at Huntingdon

W, 3-1

10/11

MOBILE

L, 1-0

9/17

at Huntingdon

W, 1-0

10/5

WEST FLORIDA

L, 1-0

10/15

MONTEVALLO

W, 8-0

9/23

LAGRANGE

W, 7-1

10/9

at Spring Hill

W, 7-0

10/18

WEST FLORIDA

W, 1-0 W, 2-1

9/25

COLUMBUS STATE

W, 3-1

10/11

LAMBUTH

W, 5-1

10/22

HUNTINGDON

10/5

UAB

W, 5-1

10/13

at Birmingham-Southern

W, 2-1

10/28

at William Carey

L, 4-1

10/6

NICHOLLS STATE

W, 4-0

10/15

UAB

W, 4-2

11/3

Birmingham-Southern^

W, 3-1

10/11

at Birmingham-Southern

L, 3-1

10/17

Saint Leo$

W, 2-0

11/5

Lynn^

L, 3-1

10/12

WILLIAM CAREY

L, 4-0

10/18

Florida Southern$

W, 5-1

11/9

Brewton-Parker%

W, 8-0

10/16

WEST FLORIDA

L, 3-1

10/24

at Belhaven

L, 3-0

11/11

Lynn%

L, 1-0

10/20

UAH

W, 5-1

10/31

UAH

W, 2-0

$ AUM Invitational (Played at AUM)

10/23

HUNTINGDON

W, 4-1

11/3

HUNTINGDON

W, 5-4

^ SE Independent Region (Boca Raton, Fla.)

10/25

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN

W, 2-0

11/6

Huntingdon^

L, 3-2

10/27

Christian Brothers^

W, 4-2

$ Florida/Alabama Challenge (Saint Leo, Fla.)

10/28

Lincoln Memorial^

W, 5-1

^ NAIA District 27 Playoffs (Played at AUM)

11/2

Birmingham-Southern%

W, 3-2

11/3

West Florida%

L, 5-3

1995: 14-5-1 (2-0-0 SSC) Coach: Ed Tomczak

1993: 9-6-1 (1-2-0 SSC) Coach: Ed Tomczak

^ SE Athletic Association Tournament (Huntsville, Ala.)

Date

Opponent

9/8

Life$

L, 3-0

Result

9/9

Alabama A&M$

W, 3-2 W, 5-1

% NAIA District 27 Tournament (Pensacola, Fla.)

Opponent

Result

Date

Opponent

9/10

SPRING HILL

W, 3-2

9/13

HUNTINGDON

9/12

at South Alabama

L, 6-0

9/16

BREWTON-PARKER

W, 3-0

9/17

HUNTINGDON

W, 3-1

9/17

at Thomas

W, 2-1

Result

9/21

at William Carey

L, 2-1

9/20

at Montevallo

W, 3-0 W, 1-0

1991: 12-5-2(3-0-0 SSC) Coach: Ed Tomczak Date

% SE Regional Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.)

9/7

at Alabama-Huntsville

W, 6-1

10/2

Florida Tech$

L, 3-0

9/22

&Tiffin

9/11

Florida Tech$

L, 2-0

10/3

Barry$

W, 4-1

9/23

&Lindsey Wilson

T, 1-1

9/12

Florida Atlantic$

L, 4-0

10/6

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN

W, 3-0

9/27

BELLHAVEN

L, 1-0

9/13

Eckerd$

W, 2-0

10/8

at West Florida

L, 3-2

1011

ST. EDWARDS

W, 5-1

9/18

at LaGrange

W, 8-1

10/12

MOBILE

W, 4-2

10/6

at Alabama A&M

L, 4-1

9/24

HUNTINGDON

W, 4-3

10/18

BELHAVEN

T, 3-3

10/10

MOBILE

L, 3-1

9/26

MOBILE

W, 2-1

10/ 23

at Huntingdon

L, 2-0

10/14

MARTIN METHODIST#

W, 5-1

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Warhawks Soccer

ALL-TIME RESULTS

10/15

LAMBUTH#

W, 5-0

9/18

MISSOURI BAPTIST

W, 3-0

10/20

at West Florida

W, 2-1

9/20

WILLIAM CAREY

L, 4-1

10/21

Life@

W, 2-1

9/26

Birmingham-Southern$

W, 3-2

10/22

Brewton-Parker@

W, 7-0

9/27

Berry$

W, 4-0

10/26

WILLIAM CAREY

W, 1-0

9/30

at Belhaven

L, 3-2

11/1

West Florida^

W, 6-0

10/3

&Nova Southeastern&

L, 1-0

11/4

Birmingham-Southern^

L, 3-1

10/4

&St. Thomas&

W, 3-0

$ Dr. Sid E. Williams Cup (Marietta, Ga.)

10/8

at Life

L, 1-0

& Patrick Soccer Classic (Columbia, Ky.)

10/11

Brewton-Parker*

W, 4-0

# Just for Kicks Classic (Played at AUM)

10/12

North Georgia*

W, 2-1

@ Brewton-Parker College Classic (Mt. Vernon, Ga.)

10/18

Flagler^

L, 1-0

^ NAIA Southeast Independent Section

10/19

Embry-Riddle^

W, 3-1

10/22

BELHAVEN

10/31

MOBILE

W, 2-1

11/6

North Georgia@

W, 4-0

11/8

Brewton-Parker@

W, 5-0

L, 3-1

11/14

Life##

L, 5-1

1996: 16-5-2 Coach: Ali Alwan Result

T, 3-3

Date

Opponent

9/7

Incarnate Word#

9/8

St. Edwards#

L, 3-0

11/25

Westmont%

T, 1-1

9/12

at Clayton State

W, 3-1

11/26

Rockhurst%

T, 3-3

9/14

BELHAVEN

W, 2-1

# Lindsey Wilson Tournament (Columbia, Ky.)

9/21

at Huntingdon

W, 4-1

$ Birmingham-Southern Invitational (Birmingham, Ala.)

9/24

MONTEVALLO

W, 5-1

& Thomas College Tournament (Thomasville, Ga.)

9/25

at Life

W, 2-0

* AUM Invitational (Montgomery, Ala.)

9/27

Lindsey Wilson$

L, 5-0

9/28

King$

W, 4-1

@ SE Independent Sectional (Played at AUM) ## SE Independent Regional (LaGrange, Ga.)

^ Panama City Tournament (Panama City, Fla.)

10/1

at Belhaven

T, 1-1

10/6

at Lambuth

W, 5-0

10/8

LIFE

W, 3-2

10/12

MARTIN METHODIST&

W, 6-1

10/13

BREWTON-PARKER&

W, 4-0

10/16

THOMAS

W, 8-1

10/25

at Mobile

W, 3-2

Date

Opponent

10/29

at William Carey

W, 3-2

8/29

at Berry

L, 3-1

11/7

Goldy-Beacom^

W, 5-0

9/5

Newman@

W, 5-4

11/8

Life^

L, 2-1

9/8

MONTEVALLO

W, 6-4

11/14

Life%

W, 1-0

9/11

at Geneva

L, 5-1

11/16

Flagler%

W, 4-2

9/12

at Point Park

L, 4-2

11/26

Midwestern State@

T, 1-1

9/18

Mobile&

L, 2-1

11/27

Rockhurst@

L, 2-0

9/19

William Carey&

L, 2-0

# St. Edwards Invitational (Austin, Texas)

9/22

at Martin Methodist

W, 3-1

$ Lee College Invitational (Cleveland, Tenn.)

9/25

at Piedmont

W, 4-1

& AUM Invitational (Montgomery, Ala.)

10/3

at Belhaven

W, 3-0

^ SE Independent Section (Played at AUM)

10/7

SPRING HILL

W, 3-0

% Southeast Region Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)

10/10

THOMAS

W, 3-1

@ NAIA National Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

10/12

NORTH GEORGIA

W, 3-1

10/16

LEE^

W, 3-1

10/17

BETHEL^

T, 1-1

10/21

at William Carey

L, 3-2

10/27

LINDSEY WILSON

L, 5-0

1997: 12-8-4 Coach: Ali Alwan

% NAIA National Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

1998: 12-9-1 Coach: Matt Clark Result

Date

Opponent

Result

10/29

at Brewton-Parker

W, 2-0

9/5

Illinois-Springfield#

L, 3-1

10/31

at Huntingdon

W, 6-0

9/6

Lindsey Wilson#

T, 2-2

11/5

Thomas%

W, 2-1

9/9

at Thomas

W, 5-2

11/7

Life%

L, 3-2

9/12

HUNTINGDON

W, 1-0

11/12

Life#

L, 5-1

9/16

at Montevallo

L, 2-1

@ Crusader Classic (Jackson, Miss.)

& Southern Classic (Mobile, Ala.) ^ AUM Invitational (Montgomery, Ala.) % NAIA Sub-Region (Marietta, Ga.) # NAIA Regional Tournament (Marietta. Ga.)

1999: 12-8-4 (5-0-0 GACC) Coach: Matt Clark Date

Opponent

9/6

WILLIAM CAREY

Result L, 2-0

9/ 9

SOUTHERN WESLEYAN*

W, 3-0

9/12

at Montevallo

L, 7-6

9/14

at Emmanuel*

9/18

PIEDMONT*

W, 3-0

9/21

at LaGrange*

W, 7-0

9/23

at Spring Hill

W, 2-0

W, 14-0

9/29

at Life

L, 3-2

10/1

BREWTON-PARKER*

W, 4-2

10/5

MARTIN METHODIST

W, 5-4

10/9

at Lee

W, 3-1

10/12

MOBILE

L, 2-1

10/16

BETHEL$

W, 3-2

10/17

LOUISIANA COLLEGE$

W, 7-0

10/20

at North Georgia*

W, 5-1

10/23

at Northwood

L, 3-1

10/24

at St. Thomas

L, 4-0

10/26

BELHAVEN

W, 2-1

10/29

at Lindsey Wilson

L, 5-0

11/5

Piedmont%

W, 6-0

11/6

Brewton-Parker%

W, 4-1

11/12

Mobile#

L, 7-2

* GACC Match $ AUM Invitational (Montgomery, Ala.) % GACC Tournament (Mt. Vernon, Ga.) # NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)

2000: 23-2-0 (5-0-0) Coach: Brett Teach Date

Opponent

8/30

at Spring Hill

9/1

Bethel^

Result W, 5-1 W, 10-1

9/2

Milligan^

W, 2-1

9/6

REINHARDT*

W, 7-0

9/9

at Belhaven

W, 1-0

9/15

at Brewton-Parker*

W, 5-0

9/23

at Southern Wesleyan*

W, 8-1

9/26

LIFE

W, 1-0

10/1

WILLIAM WOODS

W, 1-0

10/4

at William Carey

W, 1-0

10/7

NORTH GEORGIA*

W, 3-0

10/10

at Piedmont

W, 4-0

10/13

at Mobile

W, 1-0

10/17

MONTEVALLO

W, 3-2

10/21

ST. THOMAS

W, 3-2

10/25

EMMANUEL*

W, 6-0

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Warhawks Soccer

ALL-TIME RESULTS 10/27

at Martin Methodist

W, 4-1

Date

Opponent

Result

11/3

Southern Wesleyan%

W, 4-2

8/31

Christian Brothers#

W, 4-1

11/4

Brewton-Parker%

W, 5-1

9/1

Harding#

W, 2-0

11/10

Life#

W, 1-0

9/7

MID-CONTINENT

L, 4-3 W, 8-0

11/11

Mobile#

L, 2-1

9/14

at Brewton-Parker*

11/16

Aquinas$

W, 6-3

9/17

at William Carey

11/ 18

St. Gregory’s$

W, 5-4

9/21

at Southern Wesleyan

11/20

Mobile$

W, 1-0

9/24

NORTH GEORGIA*

W, 14-1

11/21

Lindsey Wilson$

L, 2-1

10/2

at Emmanuel*

W, 10-0

* GACC Match

10/5

at Lindsey Wilson

^ Milligan Soccer Classic (Milligan, Tenn.)

10/12

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN

W, 1-0

% GACC Tournament (Played at AUM)

10/15

at Belhaven

W, 6-2

# NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Played at AUM)

10/18

at Mobile

W, 4-2

$ NAIA National Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.)

10/23

REINHARDT*

W, 8-1

10/26

BERRY

W, 7-3

10/30

at Spring Hill

W, 2-1

11/2

THOMAS

W, 7-1

2001: 23-3-0 (5-0-0 GACC) Coach: Brett Teach

W, 3-0

North Georgia^

W, 5-1

11/9

Southern Wesleyan^

W, 7-0

Life&

W, 3-0

11/14

Thomas@

W, 3-1

Berry&

W, 5-4

11/16

Mobile@

W, 2-1

8/29

at Montevallo

W, 9-0

11/20

John Brown$

W, 2-1

9/1

SOUTHERN WESLEYAN*

W, 3-0

11/21

Covenant$

W, 2-0

9/4

BELHAVEN

W, 10-0

11/22

Mobile$

L, 1-0

9/7

Illinois-Springfield#

9/8 9/15

8/24 8/25

W, 5-1

* GACC Match

Virginia Intermont#

W, 2-1

# CBU Invitational (Memphis, Tenn.)

BREWTON-PARKER*

W, 4-2

^ GACC Tournament (Played at AUM)

9/29

WILLIAM CAREY

W, 2-1

@ NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Played at AUM)

9/22

MOBILE

L, 2-1

9/26

at North Georgia*

W, 5-1

9/29

MARTIN METHODIST

W, 4-0

10/3

at Emmanuel*

W, 5-1

10/5

SPRING HILL

W, 5-1

10/15

at Thomas

W, 7-1

Date

Opponent

$ NAIA National Tournament

2003: 14-4-2 (6-0-0 GACC) Coach: Brett Teach Result

10/20

LINDSEY WILSON

L, 3-2

8/22

at Emmanuel*

W, 5-0

10/24

at Reinhardt*

W, 3-0

8/28

at Tennessee Wesleyan

W, 3-2

10/27

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

W, 9-0

9/7

LINDSEY WILSON

L, 3-2

11/2

Southern Wesleyan^

W, 6-1

9/10

at North Georgia*

W, 8-1

11/3

Reinhardt^

W, 4-0

9/12

WILLIAM CAREY

11/8

Life%

W, 4-0

9/23

SHORTER*

11/10

William Carey%

W, 1-0

9/26

at Reinhardt*

W, 3-0

11/15

Embry-Riddle$

W, 3-2

10/1

SPRING HILL

W, 5-0

11/17

Bethel$

W, 1-0

10/4

at Thomas

T, 2-2

11/18

William Carey$

W, 3-2

10/8

COVENANT

W, 2-1

11/19

Lindsey Wilson$

L, 4-0

10/15

BELHAVEN

W, 6-1

* GACC Match

10/18

at Mid-Continent

W, 3-0

& Viking Fury Classic (Mount Berry, Ga.)

10/20

SOUTHERN WESLEYAN*

W, 2-1

# Kelme Classic (Columbia, Ky.)

10/23

BREWTON-PARKER*

W, 2-1

^ GACC Tournament (Played at AUM)

10/25

Berry

L, 2-0

% Region XIII Tournament (Played at AUM)

10/31

Southern Wesleyan^

$ NAIA National Tournament

11/8

Emmanuel%

11/13

William Carey%

W, 2-1

11/15

Mobile#

L, 3-1

11/21

Park&

T, 1-1

2002: 20-2-1 (5-0-0 GACC) Coach: Brett Teach

* GACC Match

36

# NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Mobile, Ala.) & NAIA National Tournament (Olathe, Kan.)

2004: 20-5-0 (9-1 SSAC) Coach: Brett Teach

W, 8-0

11/8 Opponent

% NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Played at AUM)

T, 3-3

Result

Date

^ GACC Tournament (Played at AUM)

Date

Opponent

8/27

at Emmanuel*

W, 2-1

9/4

REINHARDT*

W, 6-1

9/10

at Rio Grande

L, 2-0

9/11

at Thomas

9/22

at North Georgia College*

9/25

at Brewton-Parker*

W, 5-0

9/28

BERRY*

L, 3-1

10/2

MID-CONTINENT

W, 3-0

10/5

at Shorter*

W, 4-0

LEE*

10/11

at Georgia Southwestern*

10/13

MOBILE

W, 1-0

10/16

at Southern Wesleyan*

W, 3-1

10/19

at William Carey

10/21

at Faulkner*

W, 7-1 W, 11-0

W, 2-1 W, 14-0

10/23

at Lindsey Wilson

L, 2-0

10/29

North Georgia College&

W, 2-0

10/30

at Berry&

W, 2-1

11/6

Reinhardt%

W, 5-1

11/10

William Carey%

W, 3-1

11/13

Berry%

L, 4-1

11/18

Park^

W, 5-2

11/20

Simon Fraser^

W, 2-0

11/22

Lindsey Wilson^

W, 1-0

11/23

Lindenwood^

L, 1-0

* SSAC Match & SSAC Tournament (Mount Berry, Ga.) % NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Played at AUM) ^ NAIA National Tournament (Daytona Beach, Fla.)

W, 2-1

L, 2-1

W, 5-0 W, 10-1

10/9

2005: 23-2-0 (9-0-0 SSAC) Coach: Brett Teach

W, 10-0

W, 13-0

Result

Date

Opponent

8/27

EMMANUEL*

Result

9/2

at Rio Grande!

9/3

Bethel!

W, 6-1

9/9

Holy Names@

W, 3-2

9/10

Oklahoma Baptist@

W, 3-0

9/15

at Georgia Southwestern*

9/17

at Berry*

W, 2-1 (OT)

9/20

at Lee*

W, 2-1 (OT)

9/22

BREWTON-PARKER*

W, 7-0

9/28

at Reinhardt*

W, 5-0

10/1

WILLIAM CAREY

W, 5-1

10/6

SHORTER*

W, 6-1

10/8

at Covenant

W, 2-0

W, 4-0 L, 3-2 (OT)

W, 5-0


Warhawks Soccer

ALL-TIME RESULTS 2009: 13-4-2 (6-1 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch

10/12

SOUTHERN WESLEYAN

W, 7-0

9/8

BETHEL

W, 4-1

10/16

THOMAS

W, 5-0

9/11

WILLIAM CAREY

W, 6-1

10/19

at Faulkner*

W, 11-0

9/18

at Southern Polytechnic*

W, 3-0

10/22

LINDSEY WILSON

W, 2-1

9/20

at Mobile

L, 2-0

Date

Opponent

10/25

at Mobile

W, 2-1

9/23

CUMBERLAND

W, 3-1

8/25

at Emmanuel*

W, 3-1

10/28

Southern Wesleyan#

W, 3-0

9/25

at Emmanuel*

W, 2-1

8/30

SPRING HILL

W, 2-0

10/29

at Berry#

W, 2-1

9/29

at Berry*

L, 1-0

9/4

MARION@

W, 3-0

11/5

Georgia Southwestern$

W, 8-0

10/3

at Brewton-Parker*

W, 3-1

9/5

MARTIN METHODIST@ T, 0-0 (2OT)

11/9

Berry$

W, 1-0

10/6

SOUTHERN WESLEYAN*

W, 4-1

9/11

at Embry-Riddle#

L, 2-0

11/12

Lee$

W, 4-2

10/10

SHORTER*

W, 6-1

9/13

vs. Northwood#

W, 4-1

11/17

McKendree^

W, 5-0

10/13

at Lee*

W, 2-0

9/22

at Brewton-Parker*

11/19

Azusa Pacific^

L, 2-1 (OT)

10/15

at Faulkner*

W, 4-1

9/25

at Berry

T, 3-3 (2OT)

* SSAC Match

10/17

at Reinhardt*

W, 3-2 (OT)

9/29

at Lee*

W, 2-1 (2OT)

! Rio Grande Tournament (Rio Grande, Ohio)

10/20

LINDSEY WILSON

L, 3-2

10/3

LINDSEY WILSON

L, 1-0

@ University of Mobile Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)

10/26

Lee#

L, 2-1 (OT)

10/5

SOUTHERN WESLEYAN*

W, 2-0

# SSAC Tournament

10/31

William Carey$

W, 6-1

10/18

SHORTER*

$ NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Played at AUM)

11/3

Berry@

W, 4-1

10/21

at Southern Poly*

L, 3-1

^ NAIA National Tournament

11/7

Lee$

W, 4-3

10/24

at Mobile

W, 1-0

11/16

Southern Nazarene^

W, 3-2

10/28

THOMAS

W, 6-0

11/17

Lindsey Wilson^

W, 2-1

11/4

at Faulkner*

W, 2-1

11/19

Concordia^

L, 2-1 (OT)

2006: 16-4-1 (8-0-0 SSAC) Coach: Brett Teach

Result

W, 3-1

W, 2-1

11/6

Emmanuel^

W, 1-0

* - SSAC Match

11/11

Shorter^

W, 3-1

# SSAC Tournament (Mt. Berry, Ga.)

11/14

Lee^

L, 1-2

$ NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Montgomery, Ala.)

* SSAC Match

@ NAIA Region XIII Tournament (Mt. Berry, Ga.)

^ SSAC Tournament

^ NAIA National Tournament (Olathe, Kan.)

@ Capital City Classic (Played at AUM)

Date

Opponent

Result

8/26

at Shorter*

W, 4-1

9/1

BETHEL^

9/2

RIO GRANDE^

L, 1-0

9/8

Azusa Pacific&

L, 4-2

9/9

Columbia&

W, 6-0

9/16

MISSOURI BAPTIST

W, 1-0

9/20

REINHARDT*

W, 2-1

9/23

at Emmanuel*

W, 12-0

Date

Opponent

9/27

at Brewton-Parker*

W, 9-0

8/28

at Montevallo

W, 2-1

Date

Opponent

Result

10/3

at Faulkner*

W, 7-0

9/6

at Southern Wesleyan*

W, 2-1

8/22

DAVENPORT

W, 3-2

10/7

LEE*

W, 3-0

9/9

EMMANUEL*

W, 3-0

8/27

SHORTER#

10/11

MOBILE

W, 2-0

9/12

Houghton#

W, 3-0

8/29

GRACELAND#

10/14

COVENANT

W, 4-0

9/13

Vanguard#

W, 1-0

9/3

MILLIGAN&

L, 6-2

9/4

MARTIN METHODIST&

L, 1-0

L, 2-1 (OT)

9/7

MISSOURI BAPTIST

W, 8-3

T, 2-2 (2OT)

# ERAU Classic (Daytona Beach, Fla.)

2008: 12-5-1 (7-2-0 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch

10/18

at Southern Wesleyan*

W, 3-1

9/19

Indiana Wesleyan%

10/21

at Lindsey Wilson

W, 2-1 (2 OT)

9/20

Embry-Riddle%

10/28

at Berry College&

W, 2-1 (2OT)

9/27

BERRY*

10/29

Lee&

W, 3-1

9/30

BREWTON-PARKER*

11/7

Southern Wesleyan%

W, 6-0

10/8

SOUTHERN POLY*

11/11

Lee%

L, 3-0

10/11

LEE*

11/16

Northwood$

L, 3-2

10/15

* SSAC Match

10/19

^ AUM Classic (Montgomery, Ala.) & Mobile Futbol Classic (Mobile, Ala.)

2010: 7-9-2 (1-4 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch

Result

L, 3-1 T, 3-3 (2OT) W, 4-0

L, 3-1

9/10

at Lindsey Wilson

W, 13-0

9/18

LEE

W, 3-2

T, 0-0

W, 4-2

9/24

vs. Bethel@

L, 3-2

W, 1-0 (OT)

9/25

vs. Northwood@

L, 2-1

REINHARDT*

W, 3-0

9/29

MONTEVALLO

at Shorter*

L, 2-0

10/2

SOUTHERN POLY

W, 2-1 (OT)

10/25

MOBILE

W, 2-0

10/8

SCAD SAVANNAH

W, 4-1

11/1

at Lindsey Wilson

L, 1-0

10/12

at Spring Hill*

L, 3-1

& SSAC Tournament (Mount Berry, Ga.)

11/5

FAULKNER*

W, 2-0

10/19

BELHAVEN*

L, 3-1

% Region XIII Tournament (Montgomery, Ala.)

11/8

Reinhardt College^

W, 1-0 (OT)

10/23

at William Carey*

L, 4-1

$ NAIA National Tournament

11/12

Lee University^

T, 2-2

10/26

MOBILE*

(Lost in PK, 6-4)

10/30

at Faulkner*

2007: 17-5-0 (8-1-0 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch Date

Opponent

9/1

at Spring Hill

Result W, 4-0

*-Southern States Athletic Conference Match

* SSAC Match

# University of Mobile Classic (Mobile, Ala.)

% Exhibition Match

@ University of Mobile Soccer Classic (Mobile, Ala.)

# AUM Fall Kickoff Classic (Montgomery, Ala.)

^ SSAC Tournament

& AUM Capital City Classic (Montgomery, Ala.)

L, 4-1

L, 4-1 W, 5-4 (OT)

@ University of Mobile Classic (Mobile, Ala.)

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THIS IS AUM

Warhawks Soccer is to foster and exemplify excellence in education through instruction, research, and service. Auburn University at Montgomery blends the traditional views of the university as a community of scholars with the contemporary view of the university as an integral part of the surrounding community, state, and region. AUM provides academic programs that are characteristic of the finest traditions of scholarship and consistent with the responsibility of the university to provide support for the functions of government, regional economic growth, and cultural enrichment through the arts.

HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY Auburn University at Montgomery was established in 1967 by Act 403 of the Alabama Legislature. This action resulted from the request of the citizens of the Montgomery area to establish an additional degree-granting institution to serve Montgomery and the surrounding counties. The first classes were offered in September 1969. A 500-acre tract on the east side of Montgomery was purchased for the site of the new campus. Two architectural firms developed the master plan for the new campus and designed the original buildings, which were occupied in the fall of 1971. A broad-based academic institution, AUM is organized into five schools: Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Sciences, while the Air University Graduate Program and Division of Continuing Education offer additional educational opportunities. In 1973 AUM was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as an operationally separate institution. In 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008, accreditation was reaffirmed by the Southern Association.

WHY CHOOSE AUBURN MONTGOMERY? Today’s economic crisis doesn’t have to cost you your college education. This year alone, Auburn University at Montgomery offered students more than $4 million in Pell Grants and another $20 million in student loans. Couple that with challenging classes and small class sizes, and Auburn Montgomery can provide you with an excellent education at a price you can afford. A STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO OF 18:1 Our classes are kept small, giving you more personal attention and allowing your professors to get to know you.

BIG CAMPUS BENEFITS WITH A SMALL CAMPUS FEEL With programs of study in more than 90 areas, Auburn Montgomery’s courses run the gamut from accounting to sociology. We have sororities and fraternities for those who want to go Greek and numerous active clubs and organizations. Plus, your destination is never more than a five-minute walk on campus. MISSION STATEMENT Auburn University at Montgomery’s mission, as the metropolitan campus of Auburn University, a land-grant institution,

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FOUR-DAY WEEKS At Auburn Montgomery, many students take classes just four days a week – Monday through Thursday – making it easier


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for them to work, get home on the weekends or even travel. But students also find AUM can accommodate just about any schedule since classes are offered days, nights, weekends and online. We even offer a growing number of mini-term classes, allowing students to progress more rapidly. CUTTING-EDGE PROGRAMS Auburn Montgomery’s Storage Area Network Center of Excellence teaches information technology students to manage networks that store vast quantities of digital data. One of only six such centers in the country, it has been extremely sucessful in placing graduates in rewarding high-tech jobs with companies like Unisys. ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE Warhawks’ athletic teams have a championship reputation in NAIA Division I and Southern States Athletic Conferences sports. Our men’s tennis team is the reigning national champion, while women’s tennis, men’s soccer, and men’s and women’s basketball have put forth standout performances in the past as well.

the student activities fee. Additional funds for building and operating the center will be provided by the university, private donations, and memberships sold to AUM employees and alumni. Construction began February 2011, and the Wellness Center is slated to open Fall 2012.

RECOGNIZED EXCELLENCE Auburn Montgomery is the consistent top choice of readers of the Montgomery Advertiser, who have named AUM the best local college for the last four years. Our School of Business ranks among the top 5 percent in the world and is ranked a “Best Business School” by The Princeton Review. THE NEW WELLNESS CENTER The 73,500-square-foot Wellness Center will be facility that will give students more options for recreation, more space for club meetings, and a place for them to hang out when they are not in class. The center will house several wellness and fitness amenities, including: a pool, healthy snack bar, weight room, aerobics room, running track, basketball courts and a rock climbing wall. The center is funded largely through

SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI Among Auburn Montgomery’s more than 30,000 alumni, you’ll find Gen. Henry Hugh Shelton ’73, retired chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Hugh Harris, ’74 retired president of Fidelity Information Services; Lynn Clardy Bright ’75, former district judge; General Michael E. Ryan ’76, former chief of staff, U.S. Air Force; Tom Clement ’77, president of Clement Contracting Group; Carl Whatley ’83, retired CEO of KOWA Pharmaceuticals America; Tracy McCooey ’87, Montgomery County Circuit Judge; Rep. Jay Love ’90, state legislator; and Yung Kincer ’03 and ’06, Montgomery County 2009 Teacher of the Year – just to name a few.

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CHANCELLOR, DR. JOHN VERES

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Dr. John Veres III Chancellor Auburn University at Montgomery, 1976 Auburn Montgomery Chancellor John G. Veres III is no stranger to AUM, having received h his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology in 1976 and 1978, and he has worked for o over 30 years with the university. Veres has been serving as chancellor since his appointm ment in May 2006. “I’m proud to be an AUM graduate and the first graduate of AUM to have the opportunity to serve the university as chancellor” says Veres. For six years prior to becoming chancellor, Veres was executive director of AUM’s University Outreach, which conducts applied research and provides consulting services, including economic forecasting, equal employment opportunity and public policy formation. The division’s Center for Advanced Technologies, Center for Business and Economic Development, Center for Demographic Research and Center for Government and Public Affairs manage annually more than $9 million in contracts. Veres received his Ph. D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 1983 and has published extensively on human resources management topics, including over 40 articles in scholarly journals, as well as nine book chapters, two edited volumes, numerous technical reports and a book entitled “The Challenge of Front Line Management: Flattened Organizations in the New Economy.” He has consulted in over 80 employment discrimination lawsuits, testifying on assessing adverse impact, selection procedure validity and other issues on equal employment opportunity. He currently serves as special master to Federal District Judge C. Lynwood Smith in the Northern District of Alabama, and has served as the Court’s expert to federal district courts in Arkansas and Georgia. He has long been involved in community affairs. Long involved in community affairs, Veres currently serves on the boards of directors of the Alabama Technology Foundation, the Alabama World Affairs Council, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, the Montgomery Area YMCA, the Catholic Housing Authority of Montgomery and the River Region United Way. Veres was also the inaugural recipient of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance’s H. Roe Bartle Presidential Leadership Award, an award presented for based on support of nonprofit management education. Veres is married to the former Beth Louise Sullivan. They have three children – Erin, John and Olivia – and two grandchildren, Cole and Lena.

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ATHLETICS DIRECTOR STEVE CROTZ

Steve Crotz Athletics Director Missouri, 1979 Steve Crotz is currently in his fourth year as full-time athletics director at Auburn Montgomery, after serving two stints as the interim athletic director in 2000 and 2007. a During his tenure, AUM teams have flourished, programs established, and facilities improved. Student-athletes have also been a stalwart in the community and excelled in the classroom. S Under his guidance, eight of AUM’s 10 sports have spent time in their respective NAIA Top 25 C Coaches’ Polls and teams have won three national championships. In addition, 121 student-athletes have earned All-Conference, All-Division or All-Freshman team honors, while 47 have garnered All-American honors. AUM has added a softball program, as well as men’s and women’s cross country programs, increasing its number of varsity sports to 10. The cross country team ran its first meet in the Fall of 2011 and will compete in the Southern States Athletic Conference of the NAIA. Crotz has overseen several facility upgrades, including the renovation of the basketball gymnasium to include a section of 304 cushioned, chair-backed seats on the home side of the court, the building of a new state-of-the-art press box at the AUM Softball Complex and the re-surfacing of all 12 tennis courts at the AUM Tennis Complex. Upgrades to the Softball Complex will also include bleacher seating for more than 200 spectators directly behind home plate, restrooms, a concession stand, a press area and increased storage. In the classroom, student-athletes have been equally impressive, as 99 athletes have earned All-Academic honors from the SSAC and 32 have been named NAIA Scholar Athletes. Three AUM student-athletes, women’s basketball standouts Haley McIntyre and Carlie Ainsworth, and men’s basketball’s David Gallagher, have been named the SSAC Honor Student Athlete. Within the community, staff, coaches and student-athletes have logged better than 500 hours of service. Crotz has worked with the AUM administration to expand the athletic department staff to include a head and assistant softball coach and an athletic trainer. He has also spent the past two years serving as the chair of the Board of Athletic Directors within the Southern States Athletic Conference. For his efforts during the 2010-11 academic year, Crotz was selected the SSAC Athletic Director of the Year. Before focusing on administration, Crotz served 12 seasons as the head women’s basketball coach at Auburn Montgomery. Crotz compiled a record of 284-116 while at AUM, winning four regular season conference championships, two conference tournament titles, and advancing to the NAIA National Tournament 10 times. Crotz was a 10-time conference/region coach of the year and was named the Ikon/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association National Coach of the Year following his team’s national runner-up finish for the 1999-00 season. Prior to AUM, Crotz spent five years as athletic director and six years as head women’s basketball coach at Lindenwood University. While at LU, Crotz earned 126 wins and led the Lady Lions to three consecutive NAIA National Tournament appearances. During his six years at the St. Charles, Mo., institution, he was named American Midwest Conference Coach-of-the-Year on four occasions. In October 2009, he was inducted into the Lindenwood Hall of Fame. Crotz also spent nine years at Brentwood High School overseeing the girl’s basketball program and winning 210 games. Five times during that span he led Brentwood to the Missouri State Tournament where they won the state tournament in 1985 and finished as the runners-up in 1986 and 1990. For his efforts, Crotz was named the Missouri High School Coach-of-the-Year in 1985. Crotz received his bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Missouri in 1979 and his master’s degree in secondary education from Missouri-St. Louis in 1984. He and his wife, the former Daphne Hozee, reside in Montgomery with their two children, Kelsey and Jacob.

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ATHLETICS STAFF

Media Directory

AUM Athletics Staff Directory

PRINT MEDIA

John Aho

Faculty Athletic Representative

Larry Chapman Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Jordan Crist

Athletic Administration Graduate Assistant

Steve Crotz Director of Athletics

RADIO

Montgomery Advertiser

WMSP-AM 740

Sports Editor: Brad Zimanek

Sports Director: John Longshore

P.O. Box 1000

Studio Host: Barry McKnight

Montgomery, AL 36101-1000

One Commerce Street

Phone: (334) 261-1522

Montgomery, AL 36104

Fax: (334) 261-1548

Phone: (334) 240-9274

www.montgomeryadvertiser.com

Fax: (334) 240-9219 www.sportsradio740.com

Alabama Associated Press

TELEVISION

Sports Editor: John Zenor 201 Monroe Street Montgomery, AL 36104

WAKA-TV 8 (CBS)

Phone: (334) 262-5947

Sports Director: Dee Jackson

Fax: (334) 265-7177

Reporter: Stu McCann

www.al.com/associatedpress/news

3020 East Boulevard Montgomery, AL 36116

Holly Currie

Softball Assistant Coach

Dan Davis

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Michael Gross

Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Head Coach

Joel Hughes Cheerleading Head Coach

The AUMnibus

Phone: 334-420-3226

Auburn University at Montgomery

Fax: 334-244-7859

Montgomery, AL 36124

www.waka.com

Phone: (334) 244-3662 Fax: (334) 244-3762

WSFA-TV 12 (NBC)

http://aumnews.squarespace.com

Sports Director: Jeff Shearer Reporter: Derek Steyer

Wulf Koch Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Marty Lovrich

Baseball Associate Head Coach

Q.V. Lowe Baseball Head Coach

Tim Lutz

Sports Information Director

Montgomery Independent

P.O. Box 25012

Sports Editor: Bret Stanfield

Montgomery, AL 36116

1810 W. 5th Street

Phone: 334-613-8298

Montgomery, AL 36106

Fax: 334-614-8303

Phone: (334)265-7323

www.wsfa.com

Fax: (334) 265-7320

WNCF-TV 32 (ABC) Birmingham News

3251 Harrison Road

Sports Editor: Tom Arenberg

Montgomery, AL 36109

2201 4th Avenue N

Phone: 334-270-3200

Birmingham, AL 35203

Fax: 334-270-2848

Phone: (205) 325-2431

www.wncftv.com

Fax: (205) 325-2425 Serena McCovery Athletics Graduate Assistant

Jamey Newsome Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Samantha Paradise Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Jessie Rosa

Assistant Athletics Director for Finance

www.al.com

SPORTS INFORMATION

Mobile Press Register

AUM

Sports Editor: Randy Kennedy

Tim Lutz

401 North Water Street

Phone: (334) 244-3832

Mobile, AL 36602

E-mail: tlutz1@aum.edu

Phone: (251) 433-1551

www.AUMathletics.com

Fax: (251) 434-8603 www.al.com

SSAC Greg Black Phone: (334) 799-3147

Kyle Sampsell Athletic Training Head Trainer

Laurel Smoak

Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Chris Wilcoxson Softball Head Coach

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Rolando Vargas Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Trent Wilson

Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Steve Crotz Director of Athletics

E-mail: sid@ssacsports.com Website: www.SSACsports.com


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THE NAIA AND SSAC

The 2011-12 academic year marks the 12th year for Auburn Montgomery athletics competing as a member of the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC). In 2010, the conference announced an expansion and now showcases 15 member institutions located throughout the southeast, including the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee. Located in Norcross, Ga., the SSAC sponsor 13 intercollegiate sports including men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s golf. The conference is led by Dr. Kurt Patberg, who became the commissioner in March of 2008. The conference staff also features a Sports Information Director, Greg Black, a Director of Marketing and Operation, Jonathan Wojciechowski, a Director of Communications, Heather Kirksey, and an Eligibility Chair, Dr. Richard Cowan. The SSAC was established in 1949 as the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletics Conference with six member schools, including Oglethorpe University, Berry College, Valdosta State University, North Georgia College and State University, Piedmont College and Georgia Southern University. In 1980 the conference was renamed the Georgia Athletic Conference and remained so until 1988, when its expansion into Georgia’s bordering states brought the need to change its name to the GeorgiaAlabama-Carolina Conference (GACC). In 2003, the official name was again changed to the Southern States Athletic Conference. The conference membership has worked for more than 60 years to maintain a level of competition, excellence and quality that appropriately represents its member institutions. Since the conference’s inception and affiliation with the NAIA, 23 SSAC teams and 11 individuals have claimed national titles, while 22 teams have finished national runners-up. Auburn Montgomery has been a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) since 1975. In those 35 years, AUM has claimed 20 national championships and six of the school’s 10 varsity programs have appeared in a national championship game. The NAIA, headquartered in Olathe, Kan., is a national organization with nearly 300 institutional members and over 60,000 student-athletes across the United States and Canada. Throughout its history, the NAIA has provided strong leadership for all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. Since its introduction of the intercollegiate championship of basketball in 1937, the NAIA has maintained its elite standards while administering first-rate athletics programs. The NAIA has continuously affirmed its commitment to equality by becoming the first national organization to offer institutional postseason opportunities to black student-athletes in 1948, to allow institutional membership to historically black institutions in 1953, and on Aug. 1, 1980, to vote in favor of the establishment of athletics programs for women. Today, the NAIA strengthens its commitment to student-athletes and strives to enrich their college experience by supporting academic achievement and character development. The NAIA approaches sport and activity as an opportunity to intentionally teach beyond the fundamentals through the philosophy of the NAIA Champions of Character program. By applying the five core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership and sportsmanship, the NAIA has the ability to maximize talent to the benefit of each individual. In addition, the Champions of Character program monitors each NAIA institution’s committment to the initiative with its Scorecard, which is divided into character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, character recognition and character promotion. Last year, AUM was one of 204 school’s recognized as a Five Star institution after earning 77 points on a 100-point scale, the 23rd-best total in the country.

SSAC Member Institutions Auburn University at Montgomery

Montgomery, Ala.

Brenau University Emmanuel College

Gainesville, Ga. Franklin Springs, Ga.

Lee University University of Mobile Southern Polytechnic State University Spring Hill College William Carey University

Cleveland, Tenn. Mobile, Ala. Marietta, Ga. Mobile, Ala.

Belhaven College Brewton-Parker College

Jackson, Miss. Mt. Vernon, Ga.

Faulkner University

Montgomery, Ala.

Loyola University New Orleans

New Orleans, La.

Shorter University Southern Wesleyan University Truett-McConnell College

Rome, Ga. Central, S.C. Cleveland, Ga.

Hattiesburg, Miss.

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES Since the installation of its athletic department in 1975, Auburn University at Montgomery has been known throughout the NAIA for its competitiveness on the field and court of play. Furthermore, AUM offers some of the best facilities in the Southeast to accommodate that competitive spirit. The AUM Physical Education Complex serves as the venue for all AUM men’s and women’s basketball home games. Originally built in 1976, the gymnasium underwent a face-lift during the Summer of 2010. Renovations included a refinishing of the gym floor, the installation of new bleachers and new chair-back

The AUM Baseball Complex

seating, bringing the upgraded capacity to 2,760. The newest addition to the list of AUM athletics facilities comes with the newly built on-campus softball field, on which the AUM softball team was able to play all home games during the 2010 season. The field is part of the AUM Softball Complex, which will include a new state-of-the-art press box, concessions stand and restrooms, set to be completed in December of 2011. The AUM Tennis Complex, also built in 1976, features a newly refinished playing surface for each of its 10 courts. Aside from serving as the site for all AUM men’s and women’s home tennis matches, the AUM Tennis Complex also serves as a host site for the annual Small College Blue & Gray Classic held by the City

The AUM Tennis Complex

of Montgomery. The AUM Soccer Complex has undergone several updates since its construction in 1985. In the early 2000’s new Olympic-style goals were installed along with a new scoreboard in 2006. Several landscaping renovations have taken place at the facility as well. The AUM Baseball Complex serves as the home field for Warhawks baseball and features stadium seating, a grandstand, press box and concessions stand for the convenience of AUM baseball fans. A clubhouse is also on site for all AUM student-The complex has served as host site for the NAIA Region XIII Tournament in 2006, the 2007 SSAC Baseball tournament and the 2011 NAIA Opening Round Baseball Tournament.

The AUM Soccer Complex

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The AUM Physical Education Complex

The AUM Softball Complex


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