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Table of Contents 2012 Quick Facts........................................................................................................................1 Head Coach Ian Hennessy ........................................................................................................3 Assistant Coaches....................................................................................................................4-5 2012 Roster ................................................................................................................................6 Player Profiles ......................................................................................................................7-15 2011 Statistics..........................................................................................................................17 2011 Results ............................................................................................................................18 2011 Major Award Recipients................................................................................................19 2011 Game Recaps ............................................................................................................20-25 2011 CAA Standings and Statistics ......................................................................................27 2011 All-CAA Teams ................................................................................................................28 Colonial Athletic Association ..................................................................................................29 2012 Schedule ..........................................................................................................................30 2012 Delaware Opponents................................................................................................30-31 Delaware Men’s Soccer All-Time Records........................................................................32-35

Location ........................................................................................................Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded ........................................................................................................................................1743 Enrollment ........................................................................................................16,000 Undergraduates Nickname ................................................................................................................ Fightin' Blue Hens Official Mascot........................................................................................................................ YoUDee Colors ........................................................................................................................Royal Blue & Gold Conference .............................................................................................. Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation ......................................................................................................................NCAA Division I President................................................................................................................Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative ......................................................................Dr. Lynn Snyder Mackler Interim Director of Athletics & Recreation Services ............................................ Samantha Huge Associate AD/SWA ..................................................................................Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed. D Associate AD/Business Operations ............................................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations ..............................................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services ..............................................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance ............................................................................................Brian Baptiste Student-Athlete Eligibility/Financial Aid Coordinator ..............................................Lauryn Harris Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions ....................................................................Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Operations ................................................................................................Alicia Greco Athletic Development Director ....................................................................................................TBA

Delaware Men’s Soccer All-Time Honors ..............................................................................36

Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician ........................................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Sports Medicine ........................................................................................John Smith

All-Time Results ..................................................................................................................37-42

Associate Head Trainer......................................................................................................Joan Couch

All-Time Letterwinners ......................................................................................................43-45 The University of Delaware ..............................................................................................46-49

Assistant Trainers ..................................Dan Watson, Courtney Butterworth, Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance ................................Augie Maurelli Director of Multimedia....................................................................................................Jimmy Smith

Blue Hen Alumni ..................................................................................................................50-51 Assistant AD/Media Relations................................................................................ Scott Selheimer Office Phone................................................................................................................302-831-8007

About this Guide The 2012 University of Delaware men’s soccer media guide was designed, written, and edited by Kevin Tritt using Quark XPress 6.52 on MacIntosh computers. Covers designed by Kevin Tritt using PhotoShop 7.0. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell.

On the Cover Front Cover: Delaware seniors Brandon Paul, Ben Raymond and Eyal Gruber.

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Cell Phone ..................................................................................................................302-562-5129 E-Mail ..................................................................................................................selheime@udel.edu Assistant SID........................................................................................................................Kevin Tritt SID Intern (Men’s Soccer Contact) ..............................................................................Adam Nichols Athletics Media Relations Phone ..............................................................................302-831-2186 E-Mail Address ........................................................................................................36246@udel.edu Internet Address ....................................................................................................www.bluehens.com Head Coach ..............................................................................................Ian Hennessy (Delaware ‘87) Record at Delaware......................................................................................38-61-14 (six seasons) Career Record ..........................................................................................................................same Email Address ....................................................................................................hennesia@udel.edu Mailing Address ..............................................................................................Delaware Field House ..............................................................................................631 S. College Avenue, Newark, DE 19716 Assistant Coach....................................................................Jon Scheer (Delaware ‘11), second season Assistant Coach ............................................................Keith Duncan (Alma College ‘88), 10th season Assistant Coach......................................................................Matt Haney (Delaware ‘06), fifth season Home Field ........................................................................................................Delaware Mini-Stadium 2011 Record ..........................................................................................13-6-4, 6-4-1 CAA (4th Place) 2011 Postseason ..................................CAA Tournament Champions, NCAA Tournament Second Round All-Time Record ............................................................................................390-625-97 (85 seasons) Letterwinners Returning / Lost ................................................................................................9/7 Newcomers ........................................................................................................................................6

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in September with wins over Loyola and Adelphi.

I AN H ENNESSY 7TH SEASON AT DELAWARE • SETON HALL ‘90

In 2007, the Blue Hens posted a record of 3-13-2 and placed ninth in the CAA with a mark of 3-7-1, but the season consisted of six one-goal losses. Among the victories was a 2-0 win late in the season over league champion Old Dominion, which advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament and was ranked No. 19 nationally in the final NSCAA/Adidas Top 25 poll. The 2008 season yielded similar results as Hennessy’s Hens produced a record of 3-13-3 and 2-8-1 in the conference. Again Delaware was a very competitive team despite its record. The team lost eight games by one goal and played in six overtime games. Among those overtime games was a 1-0 victory over conference-foe Virginia Commonwealth - the program’s first victory in seven all-time meetings.

In 2009, Hennessy led his squad to a 7-12 season and a 4-7 CAA mark to place the Hens eighth in the 12Ian Hennessy, a former All-American soccer player at Seton Hall who served as an assistant coach at Boston team league. The eighth-place finish was Delaware's highest finish since joining the conference in 2002, while College for four seasons, was named the new head coach of the University of Delaware men’s soccer program the Hens' 23 goals scored served as the most since UD found the back of the net 25 times in 2004. Hennessy on January 23, 2006. coached Darren Christie to a first team All-CAA accolade, while Kyle Davis earned ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America second team honors. Hennessy, who replaced Marc Samonisky, became the 11th head coach in UD men’s soccer history - which dates back to 1926 - and only the third since 1963. His six-year record at Delaware stands at 38-61-14 enter- A native of Cork, Ireland, Hennessy earned his bachelor’s degree from Seton Hall University in 1990 and ing the 2012 campaign. earned his doctorate in molecular biology from Columbia University in 2001. Last season Hennessy led the Blue Hens to a dramatic postseason run, as Delaware captured the CAA Tournament championship with three victories in four days. The Blue Hens posted a pair of penalty kick victories over Northeastern and James Madison, before edging 18th-ranked Old Dominion, 2-1, to win the team’s first CAA title.

He began his collegiate coaching career as an assistant at Rutgers in 2001, leading the Scarlet Knights to a 15-7-3 record, a No. 9 final national ranking, a No. 1 ranking in the Mid-Atlantic region, and a berth in the NCAA Sweet 16. He then moved on to Boston College where he served as an assistant to head coach Ed Kelly for four seasons.

Delaware traveled to Virginia, the 2009 national champion, in its first round game, and stunned the Cavaliers when John Dineen scored the lone goal of the match with 4:14 left in the second overtime period. The Blue Hens then headed to fourth-ranked and eventual Final Four participant UCLA, where they battled the Bruins before falling 1-0 on a goal with just 6:44 remaining.

While at Boston College, the Eagles posted a combined record of 42-26-8, won the 2002 Big East title, advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2002, and moved on to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2004. Boston College spent numerous weeks in the national Top 20 during his tenure and moved as high as No. 6 during the 2002 season. The Eagles went 5-9-2 in their first year as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2005.

Following their remarkable season, the Blue Hens were selected the 2011 Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association Delaware Team of the Year. Evans Frimpong was named a second team NSCAA AllAmerican, was a first team All-South Region pick, and was selected the league’s Player of the Year. Roberto Giménez was a second team All-South Region selection and earned CAA Rookie of the Year honors, while Darren O’Connor was selected to the third team All-South Region.

Hennessy has also coached the New Jersey Imperials in the Premier Developmental League and was an assistant for the New Jersey Stallions in the United Soccer League. He coached at the Player Development Academy in New Jersey before moving to Boston and has served as the Olympic Development Program head coach for the states of New Jersey and Massachusetts. He currently works as a Region I ODP staff member and also holds a USSF “A” coaching license.

In 2010, Hennessy guided the program to its first-ever appearance in the CAA Tournament, earning the No. 4 seed. In the semifinals, the Hens forced double overtime against top-seeded William & Mary, which was also ranked No. 12 at the time, before falling 1-0. Delaware, which finished with a record of 6-9-3, landed a record four players on the all-conference team, including two second team selections in Jon Scheer and Frimpong.

As a player, Hennessy excelled at both the collegiate and professional level. A former Republic of Ireland Youth International, Hennessy was recruited to Seton Hall by then head coach Ed Kelly, and played four seasons in 1986-89, leading the Pirates to three Big East titles. He earned Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors in both 1986 and 1987, scoring a goal in every Big East Tournament appearance, and earned a spot on the National Soccer Coaches Association All-American team in 1987.

O'Connor earned a third-team nod while freshman Vincent Mediate was tabbed as the programs first All-CAA Rookie honoree. The 2010 season also marked the most conference wins for the Hens under Hennessy, going 5-4-2, the first winning conference schedule for Delaware since 1996.

He completed his career at Seton Hall as one of the school’s all-time great players and still ranks among the school’s all-time leaders in points (No. 2 with 134), goals (No. 2 with 52), and assists (No. 4 with 30). He was inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 9, 2006. He began a 12-year professional playing career with the Boston Bolts of the American Pro Soccer League in 1990-91, played with the United States Indoor Soccer League’s New York Fever (1993-94) and New Jersey Stallions (1995-96), was a member of the Major League Soccer’s New York/New Jersey MetroStars in 199697, and played for the Connecticut Wolves of the A-League in 1997-98. He also played for the Reading Rage of the United Soccer League.

In his first season at Delaware, Hennessy and his wife, Danielle, have two daughters, Mackenzie and Kyra. Hennessy made big strides in helping the Blue Hen men's soccer team return to respectability in the Colonial Athletic Association. His RECORD WIN % CAA FINISH NOTES 2006 team posted an overall record YEAR of 6-8-2, the most wins by a UD team since 2001, and placed ninth in 2006 6-8-2 .437 4-7 9th First Season at Delaware the CAA standings with a mark of 4- 2007 3-13-2 .222 3-7-1 9th 7, the program's best CAA finish 2008 3-13-3 .236 2-8-1 12th since joining the league in 2002 and 2009 7-12-0 .368 4-7 8th most league wins since 2001. Along 2010 6-9-3 .416 5-4-2 4th CAA Semifinals the way, the Hens defeated long2011 13-6-4 .652 6-4-1 4th CAA Champs / NCAA 2nd Round time CAA powers William & Mary and James Madison for the first time 24-37-5 in school history and captured the TOTALS 38-61-14 .398 season-opening Towson Tournament

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as a freshman in 2007. He finished his sophomore year (2008) with a pair of goals and an assist. As a rookie in 2007, he posted one goal on two shots.

J ON S CHEER SECOND SEASON AT DELAWARE • DELAWARE ‘11

After helping guide the team to the post season in 2010, Scheer earned All-CAA honors, landing on the second team along with three teammates, marking the most Delaware players to earn conference honors in a season. Frimpong, O’Connor and All-Rookie selection Vincent Mediate joined him on the list. “I am very excited about this opportunity," said Scheer at the time of his hiring. "Working with Ian will be extremely beneficial because he has a wealth of knowledge about the game and his passion to win is contagious. I am looking forward to working with the staff and the players on the team as we continue to try and push this program forward.”

Former University of Delaware standout Jon Scheer begins his second season as an assist coach with the men's soccer team, including his first in a full-time role.

Scheer is an integral part of the recruiting process and will work with different positional groups. He has earned his National “C” License from US Soccer.

“John was a fabulous leader in the dressing room at UD, particularly in his last two years,” said Hennessy of his newest hire. “He is an honest-to-goodness genuine person whom I believe has a very bright future ahead of him in coaching.”

A native of West Windsor, N.J., Scheer resides in Newark.

Scheer, who graduated from the University in May 2011 with a degree in history education, serves as Hennessy’s top assistant. During his first season on the UD staff in 2011, Scheer helped lead the Blue Hens to a dramatic postseason run, as Delaware captured the CAA Tournament championship with three victories in four days. The Blue Hens posted a pair of penalty kick victories over Northeastern and James Madison, before edging 18thranked Old Dominion, 2-1, to win the team’s first CAA title. Delaware traveled to Virginia, the 2009 national champion, in its first round game, and stunned the Cavaliers when John Dineen scored the lone goal of the match with 4:14 left in the second overtime period. The Blue Hens then headed to fourth-ranked and eventual Final Four participant UCLA, where they battled the Bruins before falling 1-0 on a goal with just 6:44 remaining. Following their remarkable season, the Blue Hens were selected the 2011 Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association Delaware Team of the Year. Evans Frimpong was named a second team NSCAA All-American, was a first team AllSouth Region pick, and was selected the league’s Player of the Year. Roberto Giménez was a second team All-South Region selection and earned CAA Rookie of the Year honors, while Darren O’Connor was selected to the third team All-South Region. A three-year starter for the Blue Hens, Scheer was a captain and team Most Valuable Player of the 2010 squad and an integral part of the team’s spirited run to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament. Scheer finished the 2010 season with a team-high nine points, stemming from four goals and one assist. Three of Scheer’s four goals were game-winners, including against Towson sparking a 3-0 run to end the regular season. In 2009, Scheer served as a co-captain, making 17 starts and appearing in all 19 games. During that time, Scheer was the teams leading assister, dishing out four helpers. The 2008 season saw Scheer become a standard player in the Delaware lineup, after playing in four games

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K EITH D UNCAN

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10TH SEASON AT DELAWARE • ALMA COLLEGE ‘88

FIFTH SEASON AT DELAWARE • DELAWARE ‘06

A native of Detroit, Mich., Keith Duncan will begin his 10th season on the Delaware men's soccer coaching staff as a volunteer assistant for the 2012 season. He is responsible for goalkeeper training.

The University of Delaware men's soccer program announced the addition of former Blue Hen standout Matt Haney to its staff as an assistant coach on May 13, 2008. Haney begins his fifth season on the Delaware coaching staff under head coach Ian Hennessy in 2012.

Duncan graduated from Detroit Country Day School in 1984 where he played both soccer and ice hockey. He played one year of soccer and ice hockey at Division III St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minn.) before transferring to Division III Alma College (Alma, Mich.). Duncan graduated from Alma in 1988 where he was an all-conference goalkeeper and was co-captain of the squad as both a junior and senior.

Haney starred in the Blue Hen backfield from 2003 through 2006, building an impressive resume on and off the field. A four-year starter, Haney scored four goals and dished out one assist for nine points in 70 career games.

He completed his undergraduate degree during an internship at the University of Sydney (Australia) and played with the local club squad. Duncan attended graduate school at the University of Georgia in Plant Pathology before being hired by DuPont as a biologist in 1990. Prior to coming to Delaware, Duncan worked as an assistant and goalkeeper coach for Division II Wilmington (Del.) University in 2001 and 2002, and trained goalkeepers for the Delaware Dynasty PDL franchise in 2006. He holds the NSCAA National Goalkeeping license and is the Director of Goalkeeper Training at the Kirkwood Soccer Club.

The Newark, Del. native also made his mark in the classroom, where he was the consumate student-athlete. He earned first-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica honors in 2005 and 2006 as well as a third-team selection as a sophomore in 2004. He was a three-time first-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA District 2 AllAcademic pick and was twice named the Colonial Athletic Association's Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men's soccer.

Employed by DuPont as a scientist in plant cell biology, Duncan also received a master's degree in Science Education from the University of Delaware in 1999.

"I think Matt has a tremendous future in coaching," said Delaware head coach Ian Hennessy in making the announcement. "Matt has many of the qualities of great teachers, and in the end, a large part of coaching is teaching. In his time here at Delaware, (Matt) was one of the most decorated student-athletes in the history of the program. I expect that he will have an awful lot to offer future leaders in our locker room by way of example."

He holds dual US-Australian citizenship and resides in Hockessin, Del. with his wife, Ashlyn.

Haney graduated from Delaware in 2006 with a degree in biological sciences. A 2003 graduate of St. Elizabeth High School in Wilmington, Haney was a three-time all-state selection and a four-time all-conference pick for the Vikings.

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No. 00 0 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 22 23 24 26 27 34

Name Brandon Paul ** Bill Boyer Jay Lupas Tobias Müller Ignacio Martín * Ben Sampson John Dineen ** Drew Colletti Joe Dipre Ben Raymond *** Roberto Giménez * Kyle Nuel * Stefan Bangsund Eyal Gruber * Dieter Bahr Mark Garrity * Vincent Mediate ** Prince Nartey * Evan Reed Johannes Geyer Luke Oostdyk Kyle Bruno * Paul DeFeo

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

Pos. GK GK GK D D D D M F M F D/M M D M D M D D M M F GK

Ht. 5-10 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-7 6-3 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-8 6-2 5-8 5-7 6-3 5-7 5-11 6-2 6-4

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Flemington, N.J./St. Benedict's Prep Newark, Del.Newark McLean, Va./Langley Steinfurt, Germany/Bunsen Gymnasium La Laguna, Spain/The British School of Tenerife Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury Tralee, Ireland/Brookfield East Islip, N.Y./St. John the Baptist Betchworth, England/London Freemen’s School Scottsdale, Ariz./Horizon Calle Calatrava, Spain/Les Parques Lineal and Zurbaran Hamilton, N.J./Hamilton Kent, Wash./Kentwood Tel-Aviv, Israel/Ironi A Boalsburg, Pa./State College Area Newton, Mass./Newton South Southlake, Tex./Southlake Carroll Accra, Ghana/Presby Boy's High Annandale, N.J./North Hunterdon Hesselhurst, Germany/Schiller-Gymnasium Lititz, Pa./Manheim Township New Castle, Del./William Penn Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon

Head Coach: Ian Hennessy Assistant Coaches: Jon Scheer, Keith Duncan, Matt Haney Captains: John Dineen, Roberto Giménez, Tobias Müller Athletic Trainer: Stephanie Segulin

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2012 ROSTER BY POSITION

Seniors 00 9 14

Brandon Paul Ben Raymond *** Eyal Gruber *

Sr. Sr. Sr.

GK M D

Juniors 6 7 11 17 18 22 23 26

John Dineen ** Drew Colletti Roberto Giménez Mark Garrity * Vincent Mediate ** Prince Nartey * Evan Reed Luke Oostdyk

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

D M F D M D D M

Sophomores 1 Jay Lupas 3 Tobias Müller 4 Ignacio Martin * 12 Kyle Nuel 27 Kyle Bruno *

So. So. So. So. So.

GK D D D/M F

Redshirt Freshmen 0 Bill Boyer

Fr.r

GK

Freshmen 5 Ben Sampson 8 Joe Dipre 13 Stefan Bangsund 16 Dieter Bahr 24 Johannes Geyer 34 Paul DeFeo

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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Goalkeepers 00 Brandon Paul ** 0 Bill Boyer 1 Jay Lupas 34 Paul DeFeo

Sr. Fr.r So. Fr.

GK GK GK GK

Defense 3 4 5 6 12 14 17 22 23

So. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

D D D D D/M D D D D

Midfielders 7 Drew Colletti 9 Ben Raymond *** 12 Kyle Nuel * 13 Stefan Bangsund 16 Dieter Bahr 18 Vincent Mediate ** 24 Johannes Geyer 26 Luke Oostdyk

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

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Forwards 8 Joe Dipre 11 Roberto Giménez * 27 Kyle Bruno *

Fr. Jr. So.

F F F

Tobias Müller Ignacio Martin * Ben Sampson John Dineen ** Kyle Nuel * Eyal Gruber * Mark Garrity * Prince Nartey * Evan Reed

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SENIOR • 5-9 • DEFENSE TEL-AVIV, ISRAEL • IRONI A

SENIOR • 5-10 • GOALKEEPER FLEMINGTON, N.J. • ST. BENEDICT’S PREP

At Delaware: Four-year player • will push for serious time on defense as Delaware defends their Colonial Athletic Association championship • has played in 27 career games with 21 starts at Delaware. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • appeared in six matches while starting two • did not record any statistics. 2010 Season: Played in four games, making two starts before suffering a leg injury at Rutgers (Sept. 10) • Delaware went 2-1-1 in games he appeared, holding opponents to just one goal in each of the victories of 3-1 over Canisius (Sept. 3) and 2-1 against Drexel (Oct. 13) • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years. 2009 Season: Started each of the 17 games in which he played • recorded four shots, three of which were on goal • helped the Blue Hens post four shutouts on the season • team went 7-12, improving four games from the previous season. High School: Played defense at Ironi A High School. Personal: Eyal Gruber ("ee al" "groober") • son of Igal and Kamila Gruber • born Feb. 17, 1988 • history major at Delaware • has two older siblings, brother Yuvel and sister Gal • served three years in the Israeli Air Force • cites his father as having the biggest influence on his soccer career.

Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 17/17 4/2 6/2 21/19

Goals 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0 0

Shots 4 0 0 4

At Delaware: Fourth-year player • two-year letterwinner who will again challenge for a starting spot in the Blue Hen goal • one of just three seniors on the squad • has played in 25 games with 23 starts during his Blue Hen career • has played 2,203 minutes and allowed 40 goals (1.60 goals against average) while posting 104 saves (.723 pct.) to go with seven shutouts. 2011 Season: Helped team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • made five starts in goal for the Blue Hens while posting a 2-2-1 record • in 496:44 minutes, posted a 1.63 goals against average and .690 save percentage with one shutout victory, a 3-0 win on Aug. 26 vs. Massachusetts • had career-high eight saves in win over Northeastern (Oct. 5) and added six saves in tie with Seton Hall (Sept. 1) • also added three stops vs. Drexel (Oct. 12) and two vs. James Madison (Oct. 9). 2010 Season: Played in nine games, making eight starts • started the final four games of the year • allowed just one goal in his last five starts of the season and had three consecutive shutout victories to help the Hens reach the CAA Tournament for the first time • concluded the season with a goals against average of 0.237 in his final four starts • finished the season with a goals against average of 1.39 while saving 78.9 percent of opponents shots on goal • saw action in 776 minutes • posted a season-high eight saves at James Madison (Oct. 9) and tallied 25 stops in the last four games, including seven in the CAA Tournament semifinals against top-seeded and No. 12 ranked William & Mary in double overtime • earned three different weekly awards in one week - ECAC Division I Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 2), CAA Co-Player of the Week Nov. 1, and National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Nov. 1) after shutting out Towson (Oct. 27) and UNC Wilmington (Oct. 30) • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years. 2009 Season: Played in 11 games • won the starting spot five games into the season • recorded three shutouts on the season against Saint Joseph's (Sept. 23), La Salle (Sept. 29), and James Madison (Oct. 3) • made a season-high seven saves against No. 25 ranked William & Mary (Oct. 17) • named CAA Rookie of the Week on Oct. 5 • team went 7-12, improving four games from the previous season. High School: Four-year member of soccer team at St. Benedict’s Preparatory School • member of 2005 and 2006 national championship squads with each squad going undefeated • led St. Benedict’s to four consecutive state championships • goalkeeper for 2006-2009 New Jersey Prep A State Champions • named captain and selected third team All-American during his senior year • twice named to first team all-prep team • honor roll student.

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Personal: Brandon Kevin Paul • son of Kevin and Susan Paul • born Sept. 19, 1991 • criminal justice major at Delaware • would like to become a lawyer • enjoys fishing and playing ice hockey • worked construction during the summer.

High School: Two-year midfielder on the Horizon High School squad • also played for the Soreno Soccer Club • member of the National Honor Society, Society of Gentlemen Scholars, and the Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Benjamin Michael "Ben" Raymond • son of Michael and Susan Raymond • born Nov. 6, 1990 • honor student as an economics major at Delaware • has a younger sister, Lauren.

Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS W-L-T 11/10 5-5-0 9/8 3-5-0 5/5 2-2-1 25/23 10-12-1

Min. 930:09 776:08 496:44 2203:01

GA 19 12 20 51

Saves 39 45 9 93

GAA 1.84 1.39 1.63 1.62

Sv. Pct. .672 .789 .690 .717

SH 3 3 1 7

Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 1/0 15/10 16/10

9 2011 Season: Helped the team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • played in 15 games with 10 starts and tallied his second collegiate assist on Oct. 5 vs. Northeastern • connected on 18 shots during the season. 2010 Season: Played in eight games, making five starts, including the first four games of the season • took four shots during the year, posting two against Canisius in a 3-1 season-opening win • saw time against No. 12 ranked William & Mary in Delaware’s first-ever CAA tournament game • ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll. 2009 Season: Played in 13 contests for the Blue Hens as a freshman • started nine games • tallied his first career goal against Rider (Sept. 18) • recorded an assist against Lehigh (Sept. 15) • recorded 11 shots throughout the season, putting five on goal • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

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Assists 0 1 1

Points 0 1 1

Shots 0 18 18

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SENIOR • 5-9 • MIDFIELD SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. • HORIZON At Delaware: Four-year player • one of just three seniors on the squad • three-year letterwinner who will contribute time in the Blue Hen midfield as Delaware defends its Colonial Athletic Association championship • has appeared in 36 career games with 24 starts and recorded one goal and two assists while taking 33 shots.

Goals 0 0 0

JUNIOR • 5-10 • MIDFIELD EAST ISLIP, N.Y. • ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST At Delaware: Third-year midfielder who will look to contribute time for Delaware as they defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • saw action in the midfield during one game • made first collegiate start on Nov. 5 at VCU and collected three shots on goal. 2010 Season: Saw action in the midfield during one game • played against the U.S. Naval Academy (Sept. 15) • team went 6-9-3 and advanced to the CAA Tournament for the first time in school history. High School: Played for three seasons at St. John The Baptist High School • team amassed a record of 468-1 in that time • named all-league and All-State honors in the CHSAA • member of the National Honor Society as well as Science, Math, Spanish and English Honor Societies. Personal: Andrew Peter "Drew" Colletti ("kuh-letti") • son of Peter and Diane Colletti • born March 14, 1992 • majoring in environmental science at Delaware • began playing soccer at age four • brother, Christopher, played baseball at Assumption College • lists brother and father as biggest influences • enjoys playing baseball and snowboarding • worked during the summer as a ferry deckhand.

Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 1/0 1/1 2/1

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Assists 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0

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JUNIOR • 6-0 • DEFENSE TRALEE, IRELAND • BROOKFIELD

JUNIOR • 6-2 • DEFENSE NEWTON, MASS. • NEWTON SOUTH

At Delaware: Tri-captain • a vocal third-year back who is expected to make another impact in the defensive third • returns as a third-year starter on defense • has appeared in 30 career games with 27 starts and scored three goals. 2011 Season: Started all 19 games he played in as a sophomore • key member of Blue Hen defense that held opponents to 1.35 goals per game and recorded seven shutouts, including two in the post-season • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • contributed six points after scoring first three goals of his career • scored first goal of the season on a penalty kick in win over UNC Wilmington on Oct. 29 • scored against James Madison on Nov. 11 • also scored the gamewinning goal in double overtime in the first round of the NCAA tournament against Virginia to send the Hens to the second round • had one shot on goal in the Hens' CAA Tournament Championship game 21 win over Old Dominion • named to the Colonial Athletic Association All-Tournament Team • Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.

At Delaware: Third season with the Blue Hens • will look to become a contributor in the offensive third as the Blue Hens defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship • has appeared in 26 career games with 17 starts and dished out two assists. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • saw action on defense in 22 games, including 14 starts • finished the season with two assists • collected his first collegiate assist on Oct. 16 vs. Hofstra • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican nominee and CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll selection. 2010 Season: Appeared in four games making three starts as a rookie • started in two CAA games on the road • took two shots during the season, putting both on goal • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.

2010 Season: Saw action in 11 games as a rookie and started the final eight games of the season • started on the backline against No. 12 and top-seeded William & Mary in Delaware’s first-ever CAA tournament game • took two shots, putting both on cage • Hens went 4-2-2 with him as a starter • helped a defensive unit that allowed just four goals in the last eight games, including three consecutive shutouts over Towson (Oct. 27), UNC Wilmington (Oct. 30) and VCU (Nov. 7) • helped in five shutouts over the last seven contests • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Newton South High School • played center mid and striker • named first team Dual County League • earned super and national finals all-tournament team honors • club team made regionals and nationals in 2008 • Massachusetts State Cup semifinalists in 2009 and 2010 with club team • team’s leading scorer and assister • two-sport team captain in soccer and tennis • earned two letters in tennis • named Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams in tennis • played basketball freshman year.

High School: Attended Brookfield Academy • played for two years each for the Cork City F.C. and Belvedere Boys F.C. • won the national title in under-17 with Belvedere boys and served as team captain that year • won state title at Under-18 level with Cork City • on team that lost in the national final in Under16 • was team's only loss of the year (2006) • Belvedere Boys went undefeated in 2007.

Personal: Mark Gerard Garrity • son of John and Mary Ann Garrity • born Nov. 23, 1991 • honor student as a finance major at Delaware • has two sisters • father played soccer at Springfield (Mass.) College • uncles played collegiately at American International College (Tim) and St. Anselm (Mark) • parents both graduated from Springfield • teaches tennis at Newton South • enjoys watching all sports, especially FIFA soccer.

Personal: John Thomas Dineen ("duh-neen") • son of George and Kay Dineen • born May 10, 1989 • health and behavior science major at Delaware with a minor in strength & conditioning • has two older brothers • lists father as biggest influence, helping him to improve and be positive.

Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 11/8 19/19 30/27

Goals 0 3 3

Assists 0 0 0

Points 0 6 6

Shots 2 38 40

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JUNIOR • 6-2 • MIDFIELD SOUTHLAKE, TEX. • SOUTHLAKE CARROLL

At Delaware: Tri-captain • high-scoring All-American candidate • ranked in the pre-season as the No. 59 best player in NCAA Division I by TopDrawerSoccer.com website • looks to continue to fuel the offense for the Blue Hens and build on a 27-point sophomore campaign in his second season playing for the program • named to 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Pre-Season Coaches first team. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • played in 18 games with 14 starts and missed five games with injuries • led the Blue Hens with seven assists and was second on the squad behind All-American Evans Frimpong with 10 goals • led team with 72 shots • 2nd team NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region selection • named CAA Rookie of the Year, becoming first Delaware player to earn the award since Sobhan Tadjalli in 2004• 1st team All-CAA selection • punched his first collegiate goal on Sept. 1 at Seton Hall and tallied his first collegiate assist on Aug. 26 vs. UMass • scored a point in first four games of the season • had two goals and two assists for career-high six points vs. Navy and scored twice vs. Hofstra • also tallied goals vs. Seton Hall, Canisius, Georgia State, Drexel, George Mason, and Towson • three-time CAA Rookie of the Week (Sept. 19; Sept. 26; Oct. 17) • PhillySoccerNews.com SoccerSavings.com Player of the Week (Sept. 19) • Soccer America National Team of the Week (Sept. 26). Personal: Roberto "Rober" Giménez ("hi-men-ez") Carrasco • son of Roberto Jiménez Fuentes and MaJoosé Carrasco Medina • born Sept. 7, 1989 • has not declared a major • honor student.

Year 2011 Totals

GP/GS 18/14 18/14

Goals 10 10

Assists 7 7

Points 27 27

Shots 72 72

At Delaware: Third-year midfielder for the Hens • will look to continue to contribute heavily for Delaware as the Blue Hens defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship • one of the CAA's top midfielders • was selected to the All-CAA Pre-Season Team • has played in 38 career games with 33 starts and recorded five goals and four assists. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • named CAA Tournament Most Valuable Player • named Soccer News National Team of the Week (Nov. 13) • selected SoccerSavings.com/Philly Soccer News College Player of the Week (Nov. 13) • posted four goals and three assists in 21 games with 18 starts for Delaware. 2010 Season: Logged time in 17 games as a freshman, including 15 starts • started in the final 14 games of the season in the midfield, including the first-ever CAA tournament game for Delaware against No. 12 William & Mary • tallied three points on the season • scored game-winning goal against UNC Wilmington (Oct. 30) and had an assist in his first-ever NCAA game against Canisius (Sept. 3) • took 14 shots during the year, including a career-high three against Towson (Oct. 27) • became the second player in Delaware history to be named to the CAA All-Rookie team • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years. High School: Three-year player at Carroll Senior High School • team went 19-4-4 during senior season • named District 5A Most Valuable Player, first team all-district and first team academic all-district in 2010 • earned North Texas Co-Utility Player of the Year and first team all-district honors in 2009 • earned team’s Offensive Newcomer of the Year Award in 2008 • named first team all-district and first team all-academic • earned honor roll status. Personal: Vincent Franco Mediate ("me-dee-it") • son of Stan and Chris Mediate • born May 20, 1992 • civil engineering major at Delaware • has three siblings • cousin is PGA Tour pro Rocco Mediate • brother Domenic played four years at Maryland and four years for the D.C. United while other brother Carmine was a four-year member of Baylor University’s golf team • enjoys golfing and fly-fishing during down time.

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SOPHOMORE • 5-7 • DEFENSE ACCRA, GHANA • PRESBY BOY’S HIGH SCHOOL

JUNIOR • 5-11 • MIDFIELD LITITZ, PA. • MANHEIM TOWNSHIP

At Delaware: Second-year player will look to continue to be a key cog in the Blue Hens defense as Delaware defends its Colonial Athletic Association championship.

At Delaware: Third-year player • will add quality depth at the midfield position as the Blue Hens defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship.

2011 Season: Helped Delaware enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • Colonial Athletic Association AllRookie Team selection • appeared in 20 games that included 17 starts for the Blue Hens • missed first two games of the season and late-season meeting with VCU • had nine shots but did not tally a point during the season from defensive end.

2011 Season: Helped Delaware enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • made one start, on Nov. 5 at VCU, and collected three shots • Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Attended Presby Boy's High School and competed for the soccer team. Personal: Prince Nartey ("nartee") • son of Abraham TetteyNartey • born Nov. 24, 1990 • geography major at the University of Delaware • enjoys cooking, listening to music, and watching comedy shows in his spare time.

Year 2011 Totals

GP/GS 20/17 20/17

Goals 0 0

Assists 0 0

Points 0 0

Shots 9 9

2010 Season: Did not see action during the season • team went 6-9-3 and advanced to the CAA Tournament for the first time in school history • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll. High School: Played four season at Manheim Township High School • team finished as state finalist in his freshman year • team qualified for districts in 2007 and 2008 • named to the All-State team for Pennsylvania and All-East his senior year • selected as first team All-Star for Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 • first team Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star as a junior • graduated as Manheim Township's career goals leader (40) • member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Luke Timothy Oostdyk ("oos-dick") • son of Timothy and Sheila Oosdyk • born May 19, 1992 • honor student as a biochemistry major • has two younger siblings • father is a vice- president of Lancaster Labs • mother is a registered nurse • enjoys golf, tennis, and snowboarding.

Year 2011 Totals

GP/GS 1/1 1/1

Goals 0 0

Assists 0 0

Points 0 0

Shots 3 3

23 JUNIOR • 6-3 • DEFENSE ANNANDALE, N.J. • NORTH HUNTERDON At Delaware: Third-year player at Delaware • will look to contribute in the defensive third for the Hens as Delaware defends its Colonial Athletic Association championship • has appeared in five career games. 2011 Season: Sophomore who helped the team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • appeared in four games, starting late-season matches vs. Lafayette and VCU • also saw action vs. Towson and in the regular season vs. James Madison • took one shot on the season.

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2010 Season: Played and started in one game as a freshman against the U.S. Naval Academy (Sept. 15) • scored Delaware’s only goal - and his first career tally - in that contest • took two shots on the season • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years. High School: Four-year starter at North Hunterdon as a center back • team went 71-14 in years as a starter • earned coaches’ poll third team All-State honors and first team all-conference honors in 2009 • also named All-West New Jersey and first team North II • all-area pick by the Courier News • named all-conference and All-West Jersey in 2008. Personal: Evan Alexander Reed • son of Ron and Amy Reed • born Aug. 28, 1992 • health behavior sciences major with a minor in leadership at Delaware • has two younger brothers • parents both played sports in college • his mother was a four-year softball player at Lafayette College and his father played football for four-years at Eastern Kentucky • worked as a summer recreation counselor at an Elks Club • enjoys snowboarding and basketball.

Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 1/1 4/2 5/3

Goals 1 0 1

Assists 0 0 0

Points 2 0 2

High School: Four-year starter at William Penn High School where he played for head coach William Nuneville • named first team AllState • selected to Academic AllConference team • earned honor roll status. Personal: Kyle Brandon Bruno • son of John Summers • honor student who has not declared a major yet • selected Delaware because of it’s great location, academics and affordability • wants to continue to become a better player and person as a member of the team • enjoys playing basketball in his free time • lists high school coach, William Nuneville, as biggest influence for inspiring him to become a better person every time he steps on the field • worked as a security guard at a pool during the summer.

Year 2011 Totals

GP/GS 7/2 7/2

Goals 0 0

Assists 1 1

Points 1 1

Shots 6 6

Shots 2 1 3

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At Delaware: Looks to add depth at the goalkeeper position for the defending Colonial Athletic Association champions.

SOPHOMORE • 6-2 • FORWARD NEW CASTLE, DEL. • WILLIAM PENN

2011 Season: Did not see action and retained freshman eligibility • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy.

At Delaware: Will look to continue to push for playing time at the forward position as the men's soccer program defend their Colonial Athletic Association title. 2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • tallied his first collegiate assist on Oct. 29 at UNCW.

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High School: Played four seasons at Langley High School for Bo Amato • team claimed 2011 Liberty District Championship • named first team All-Liberty District in 2010 • will play against high school teammate Roshan Patel of William & Mary. Personal: Anthony John "Jay" Lupas • son of A.J. and Marlene Lupas • born Mar. 16, 1993 • has not declared a major at Delaware • has a younger brother, Josh • wants to help Delaware be a good team for all four years • lists his parents as biggest influence because the gave him the opportunity to succeed • worked for a real estate management company during the summer.

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SOPHOMORE • 5-7 • DEFENSE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN • THE BRITISH SCHOOL OF TENERIFE

SOPHOMORE • 6-1 • DEFENSE STEINFURT, GERMANY • BUNSEN GYMNASIUM

At Delaware: Second year player • key member of the Delaware defensive unit • second-year starter as the Blue Hens defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship. 2011 Season: Played 18 games and started 15 as a freshman defender • contributed three shots on goal • UD Team Sportsmanship Award winner • key member of Blue Hen defense that held opponents to 1.35 goals per game and recorded seven shutouts, including two in the postseason • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 136-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy. High School: Played for three different club team, most recently for the Under 19 CD Laguna (Spain) as a right back • also played for U19 CD Tenerife in 2009-10 and U17 Real Madrid in 2008-09 • played at a high international level, winning Madrid’s league and an international tournament in Ferroli, Italy, both with Real Madrid • Real Madrid also finished third at the Augusta National Tournament and third at an international tournament in Matera, Italy • took second in Tenerife’s league with CD Tenerife • played 2011 with U19 CD Laguna at Division of Honor Level. Personal: Ignacio Martín ("mar-teen") Fernandez-Pacheco • son of Francisco José Martín Medina and Maria Cruz Fernandez-Pacheco Guillen • born Aug. 17, 1993 • international relations major at Delaware • has one younger brother, Eduardo Martín, who is playing soccer for Brown University • enjoys playing guitar and drawing in his spare time • always looks to the sky before stepping on to the field • would like to play soccer at the professional level • chose Delaware for its team atmosphere where everyone helps everyone like a family • lists younger brother as his biggest influence for encouraging him to play soccer on a local team at age seven.

At Delaware: Second-year team co-captain • second-year team member • looking to return at full strength after missing all but the first four games of the season with an injury • will be key part of starting lineup on defense. 2011 Season: Started four games in freshman season before missing remainder of campaign with an injury • contributed two points • scored only goal against Seton Hall on Sept. 1 • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy. High School: Played for FC Astoria Walldorf most recently as a center/right back • also played for Bunsen Gymnasium “1899 Hoffenheim” as a center back from 2004-09 • FC Astoria Walldorf took second place in the Oberlige of Baden-Württemberg • 1899 Hoffenheim finished fifth in the junior Bundesliga • played for FH Münster “SOS Neuenkircher” as a right back, taking third in the Westfalenliga in 2011. Personal: Tobias “Tobi” Müller ("mool-er") • son of Rudi and Katja Müller • born Jan. 12, 1990 • honor student as a civil engineering major at Delaware • has two siblings, older brother, Maurice, and younger sister, Selina • chose Delaware for a great academic education and a great soccer team • began playing soccer at six years old • lists father as greatest influence for supporting him wherever he needed it • has aspirations of working at Badische Anilin-und Soda Fabrik (BASF).

Year 2011 Totals

GP/GS 4/4 4/4

Goals 1 1

Assists 0 0

Points 2 2

Shots 2 2

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Year 2011 Totals

GP/GS 18/15 18/15

Goals 0 0

Assists 0 0

Points 0 0

Shots 3 3

At Delaware: Second-year player will look to continue to be a key cog in the Blue Hens defense and midfield as Delaware defends its Colonial Athletic Association championship. 2011 Season: Helped Delaware enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • appeared in 22 games that included 14 starts for the Blue Hens • ratcheted his first collegiate goal on Sept. 14 at Navy and tallied his first collegiate assist on Sept. 24 vs. Georgia State.

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High School: Played all four years at Hamilton (N.J.) High School South High School • named All-State twice and was a four-time All-CaldwellWest Caldwell (CWC) selection • member of the National Honor Society and was on the honor roll for three years. Personal: Kyle Theodore Nuel ("nool") • son of Richard and Wendy Nuel • born July 2, 1993 • health and behavior science major with minor in strength & conditioning at Delaware • has two older siblings, sister Ashley and brother Richard • enjoys playing beach volleyball in his spare time • worked as a lifeguard during the summer • lists his father as his biggest influence • began playing soccer at the age of four • wants to become a personal trainer.

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GP/GS 22/14 22/14

Goals 1 1

Assists 1 1

Points 3 3

Shots 13 13

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Personal: William W. "Bill" Boyer III • son of Nancy and William Boyer Jr. • born Sept. 9, 1993 • exercise science major with a minor in coaching at Delaware • father is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Delaware • mother is a math researcher at the University • has an older sister, Helen, as well as half sisters, Becca and Suzanne, and a half brother, Jeffrey • chose Delaware for the soccer program and the exercise science program • began playing soccer at the age of four •• worked as a physical therapy research assistant during the summer • enjoys mountain biking • world traveler who has visited Holland, Korea, Mexico, Germany, Bulgaria, and Canada.

16 FRESHMAN • 5-8 • MIDFIELD BOALSBURG, PA. • STATE COLLEGE AREA At Delaware: Looks to add depth at the midfield position for the defending Colonial Athletic Association champions. High School: Four-year letterwinner for State College (Pa.) Area High School playing for head coach John Marsden • was a Pennsylvania High School State Tournament semifinalist in 2011 and quarterfinalist in 2009 • National Honor Society and High Honor Roll member during prep career. Personal: Dieter ("deeter") Powars Bahr • son of Chris and Eve Bahr • born July 29, 1994 • business major at Delaware • father was a three-time All-American in soccer and once in football at Penn State • father was a first-round selection by the North American Soccer League’s Philadelphia Atoms in 1975 in addition to winning the NASL’s Rookie of the Year that season • father was a two-time Super Bowl winning place kicker during his 14-year NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders and San Diego Chargers • father is now a financial advisor • mother is a lawyer • has an older brother, CJ, who was a place kicker at Slippery Rock (Pa.) • grandfather, Walter, a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame and National Soccer Coaches Association Hall of Fame, was a long-time captain for Team USA's men's soccer team and recorded the assist in USA's 1-0 victory over England in the 1950 World Cup in Brazil • grandfather was a long-time head coach at Penn State, Temple, and Frankford (Pa.) High School after playing career • chose Delaware for the soccer program and loves the campus environment • began playing soccer at the age of five • enjoys golf, skiing and tennis during free time.

FRESHMAN (R) • 5-11 • GOALKEEPER NEWARK, DEL. • NEWARK At Delaware: Second-year member of the squad as a redshirt freshman • will add solid support to the Blue Hen goalkeeper unit. 2011 Season: Did not see action and retained freshman eligibility • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy. High School: Two-year starter and four-year letter winner for Newark (Del.) High School playing for head coach Adam Flanigan • also served as a student-assistant coach during the 2010-11 season • team reached the Delaware State semifinals during his freshman season • won the Coaches Award in 2011 • earned Newark High School Athlete of the Week award during the 2009 season • served as co-president of the Athletic Council • was also a member of the senior council.

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13 FRESHMAN • 5-8 • MIDFIELD KENT, WASH. • KENTWOOD At Delaware: Looks to add depth at the midfield position for the defending Colonial Athletic Association champions. High School: Three-year letterwinner for Kentwood (Wa.) High School playing for head coach Aaron Radford • tallied a 30-13 record and contributed 17 goals and 13 assists during prep career • led Kentwood to a third place finish in the Washington State Tournament during senior season • first team All-State and all-

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Personal: Joseph Remo “Joe” Dipre ("duh-pree") • son of Paul and Clare Dipre • born Sept. 2, 1993 • has yet to declare a major at Delaware • father works in publishing • mother is a homemaker • has an older sister, Jasmin • began playing soccer at age three • selected Delaware because of its academics and soccer program • lists father as biggest influence.

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FRESHMAN • 5-7 • MIDFIELD HESSELHURST, GERMANY • SCHILLER-GYMNASIUM

FRESHMAN • 6-4 • GOALKEEPER KINNELON, N.J. • KINNELON

At Delaware: Looks to add depth at the midfielder position for the defending Colonial Athletic Association champions.

At Delaware: Looks to add depth in goal for the defending Colonial Athletic Association champions. High School: Three-year letterwinner for Kinnelon High School playing for head coach Nick Stokes • twotime conference champion during sophomore and junior seasons • named first team all-conference during his senior campaign in 2011 • also played two seasons of junior varsity basketball as a center. Personal: Paul Michael DeFeo ("duh-fay-oh") • son of John and Margaret DeFeo • born Dec. 8, 1993 • civil engineering major at Delaware • father works in legal publishing • mother is an occupational therapist • has an older sister, Ellen, and a younger brother, Tim • uncle, Cormac Finnerty ran the 5,000 meter race for Ireland during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta • cousin of Shay Given, goalkeeper for UEFA Champions League’s Aston Villa and in his 18th season playing professionally • Given has appeared in 125 matches for the Republic of Ireland in international competition • chose Delaware for the soccer program and loves the campus environment • began playing soccer at the age of five • enjoys playing basketball during free time • works as as lifeguard during the summer.

Club Career: Played for the Sport Club Freiburg team • team won the Under-19 championship against Dortmund in 2010 • also played for the SV Linx and Kehler FV club teams in the German Fifth League • attended Schiller-Gymnasium High School. Personal: Johannes Geyer ("yo-hahn" "guy-ur") • son of Wolfgang and Christa Geyer • born Oct. 2, 1990 • civil engineering major at Delaware • has two older brothers, Florian and Matthias, in addition to a younger sister, Sophia • enjoys hiking and being outdoors.

5 FRESHMAN • 6-3 • DEFENSE WOODBURY, MINN. • WOODBURY At Delaware: Looks to add defensive depth for the Blue Hens as they defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship.

8 FRESHMAN • 5-8 • FORWARD BETCHWORTH, ENGLAND • LONDON FREEMEN’S SCHOOL At Delaware: Looks to add depth at the forward position for the defending Colonial Athletic Association champions. Club Career: Played for Carshalton Athletic Club team for most of his young career • team reached last 32 in the Football Association Youth Cup when he was 16 • also played for Fulham and Chelsea Club teams as well as Queens Park Rangers (QPR) Football Club • attended London Freemen's School.

High School: Three-time letterwinner under head coach Joe Quintavalle at Woodbury (Minn.) High School • All-State and all-metro selection during senior season in 2011 • two-time all-conference selection in 2010 and 2011 • key contributor as a sophomore • helped team to a third place finish in the state tournament • AP Scholar and honor roll student during his prep career. Personal: Benjamin Michael "Ben" Sampson • son of Mark and Louise Sampson • born Jan. 29, 1994 • mechanical engineering major at Delaware • father works for 3M • has two younger sisters, Rachel and Liz, in addition to two younger brothers, John and Scott • selected Delaware because of its engineering program and soccer team • started playing soccer at the age of five • considers his father his biggest sports influence • lived in Poland for two years as a youngster • enjoys playing pickleball and tennis in his free time.

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OFFENSIVE STATISTICS ## 10 11 2 18 6 12 19 21 3 17 5 9 27 22 26 15 7 4 23 14

PLAYER Frimpong, Evans Gimenez, Roberto Ellis, Kyle Mediate, Vincent Dineen, John Nuel, Kyle Wilson, Chas Stone, Michael Muller, Tobias Garrity, Mark O'Connor, Darren Raymond, Ben Bruno, Kyle Nartey, Prince Oostdyk, Luke Fontaine, Yoan Colletti, Drew Ignacio Martin Reed, Evan Gruber, Eyal Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 21-20 18-14 22-21 21-18 19-19 22-14 9-4 20-14 4-4 22-14 18-18 15-10 7-2 20-17 1-1 21-20 1-1 18-15 4-2 6-2 23 23

G 12 10 6 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 31

A 5 7 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 21

GP-GS 18-18 5-5 0-0 23 23

MINUTES GA 1726:45 22 496:44 9 0:00 0 2223:29 31 2223:29 40

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SHOT STATISTICS GOALS-SHOT ATTEMPTS GOALS SCORED PER GAME SHOT PCT. SHOTS ON GOAL-ATTEMPTS SOG PCT. SHOTS/GAME ASSISTS

40-315 1.74 .127 145-315 .460 13.7 25

31-299 1.35 .104 128-299 .428 13.0 21

PTS 29 27 14 11 6 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 83

SH 65 72 38 23 16 13 5 7 2 22 6 18 6 9 3 3 3 3 1 0 315 299

SHOT% .185 .139 .158 .174 .188 .077 .200 .143 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .127 .104

SOG 30 38 16 10 11 7 4 2 1 5 1 11 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 145 128

SOG% .462 .528 .421 .435 .688 .538 .800 .286 .500 .227 .167 .611 .000 .000 1.000 .333 .333 1.000 .000 .000 .460 .428

GW 3 2 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6

PK-ATT 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 5-5

GAAVG 1.15 1.63 0.00 1.25 1.62

SAVES 75 20 2 97 105

SAVEPCT .773 .690 1.000 .758 .724

W 11 2 0 13 6

L 4 2 0 6 13

T 3 1 0 4 4

SHUTOUTS 6 1 0 7 4

GOALKEEPER STATISTICS ## 1 00 TM

PLAYER Devaux, Kris Paul, Brandon TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

KICK STATISTICS CORNERS KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES YELLOW CARDS RED CARDS ATTENDANCE TOTAL DATES/AVG PER DATE NEUTRAL SITE #/AVG

119 2-4

36 2

3570 9/397 2/304

112 5-5

41 4

5590 12/466

TEAM BY-PERIOD STATISTICS GOALS BY PERIOD DELAWARE OPPONENTS

1ST 14 13

2ND 22 16

OT 1 1

OT2 3 1

TOTAL 40 31

SHOTS BY PERIOD DELAWARE OPPONENTS

1ST 118 139

2ND 174 140

OT 13 12

OT2 10 8

TOTAL 315 299

SAVES BY PERIOD DELAWARE OPPONENTS

1ST 41 37

2ND 50 63

OT 2 3

OT2 4 2

TOTAL 97 105

CORNERS BY PERIOD DELAWARE OPPONENTS

1ST 51 47

2ND 61 54

OT 5 5

OT2 2 6

TOTAL 119 112

FOULS BY PERIOD DELAWARE OPPONENTS

1ST 119 154

2ND 132 142

OT 16 14

OT2 7 10

TOTAL 274 320

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DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

OVERALL

CONF.

ATTEND

GOALS SCORED

Aug 26, 2011

UMASS

1-0-0

0-0-0

300

1-0-1

0-0-0

1218

1-0 5-3

2-0-1 3-0-1

0-0-0 0-0-0

538 510

W W

1-0 4-1

4-0-1 5-0-1

0-0-0 0-0-0

325 178

W

1-0 0-2 L 2-1

6-0-1 6-1-1 7-1-1

1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0

500 223 250

Frimpong, Evans (Gimenez, Roberto) Frimpong, Evans (Mediate, Vincent) Wilson, Chas (Ellis, Kyle) Gimenez, Roberto (Frimpong, Evans) Ellis, Kyle (Gimenez, Roberto) Muller, Tobias (unassisted) Gimenez, Roberto (unassisted) Ellis, Kyle (unassisted) Gimenez, Roberto (unassisted) Gimenez, Roberto (unassisted) Nuel, Kyle (Gimenez, Roberto) Frimpong, Evans (Gimenez, Roberto) Ellis, Kyle (O'Connor, Darren) Ellis, Kyle (Frimpong, Evans) Mediate, Vincent (Frimpong, Evans) Frimpong, Evans (unassisted) Frimpong, Evans (penalty kick) Gimenez, Roberto (Nuel, Kyle) Frimpong, Evans (unassisted) Frimpong, Evans (Raymond, Ben) Frimpong, Evans (unassisted) Frimpong, Evans (unassisted) Gimenez, Roberto (unassisted) Gimenez, Roberto (Garrity, Mark) Gimenez, Roberto (O'Connor, Darren) Ellis, Kyle (unassisted) Gimenez, Roberto (unassisted) Ellis, Kyle (Frimpong, Evans) Frimpong, Evans (Ellis, Kyle;Gimenez, Roberto) Frimpong, Evans (Gimenez, Roberto) Gimenez, Roberto (Mediate, Vincent) Stone, Michael (Gimenez, Roberto) Dineen, John (penalty kick) Mediate, Vincent (Bruno, Kyle;Frimpong, Evans) Mediate, Vincent (unassisted) Dineen, John (Mediate, Vincent) Frimpong, Evans (Wilson, Chas) Mediate, Vincent (unassisted) TEAM (unassisted) Dineen, John (Garrity, Mark) -

Sep 01, 2011

at Seton Hall

Sep 10, 2011 Sep 14, 2011

at Canisius at Navy

W W

Sep 18, 2011 Sep 21, 2011

COLUMBIA at Saint Peter's

* * *

Sep 24, 2011 Oct 01, 2011 Oct 05, 2011

GEORGIA STATE at #15 ODU NORTHEASTERN

*

Oct 09, 2011

JAMES MADISON

* *

Oct 12, 2011 Oct 16, 2011

at DREXEL HOFSTRA

*

Oct 19, 2011

*

W

3-0

3-3

W

T

O2

2-3 L

OT

7-2-1

2-2-0

600

W

1-2 L 3-2

O2 O2

7-3-1 8-3-1

2-3-0 3-3-0

103 320

MASON

W

2-1

OT

9-3-1

4-3-0

375

Oct 22, 2011

W&M

W

2-0

10-3-1

5-3-0

600

*

Oct 26, 2011

at Towson

O2

10-3-2

5-3-1

148

*

Oct 29, 2011

at UNC Wilmington

O2

11-3-2

6-3-1

326

* # #

Nov 01, 2011 Nov 05, 2011 Nov 10, 2011 Nov 11, 2011

LAFAYETTE at VCU vs Northeastern at #23 James Madison

O2 O2

11-4-2 11-5-2 11-5-3 11-5-4

6-3-1 6-4-1 6-4-1 6-4-1

300 302 328 1075

#

Nov 13, 2011

vs ODU

W

2-1

12-5-4

6-4-1

279

$ %

Nov 17, 2011 Nov 20, 2011

at Virginia at #4 UCLA

W

1-0 0-1 L

13-5-4 13-6-4

6-4-1 6-4-1

588 381

2-2 W

T

2-1 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-0 T 2-2 T

O2

# CAA Tournament (Harrisonburg, Va.) $ NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Charlottesville, Va.) %NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Los Angeles)

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2011 CAA Player of the Year Evans Frimpong

2011 CAA Rookie of the Year Roberto Gimenez

2011 CAA All-Rookie Team Yoan Fontaine

2011 CAA Tournament MVP Vincent Mediate

2011 Third-Team All-CAA Darren O’Connor

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2011 CAA All-Rookie Team Prince Nartey

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Game #1

Massachusetts 0 Delaware 3

Aug. 26, 2011 Newark, Del.

Behind a pair of goals from Evans Frimpong, Delaware picked up a 3-0 season-opening win over the University of Massachusetts at Delaware Mini-Stadium. The 3-0 final was Delaware’s largest margin of victory since beating Georgia State 4-1 on Nov. 3, 2009. It was also the largest shutout victory since defeating Maine 6-0 on Oct. 26, 2001. Frimpong set a new career-high with his pair of goals, while also setting a career-high points in a game mark with four. Delaware (1-0-0) got its third goal from Chas Wilson, who tallied his first career goal in only his third game playing for Delaware. The Hens spread their assists out, getting one each from Roberto Gimenez, Vincent Mediate, and Kyle Ellis. Blue Hen goalkeeper Brandon Paul kept his regular season shutout streak alive, extending it to four full games. Paul was challenged by one Massachusetts shot the entire game and turned it aside to preserve the shutout. It did not take long for Delaware to flex its offensive prowess with Frimpong finding the back of the net just 8:13 into the game when he connected on a pass from Gimenez. Frimpong’s marker proved to be the only one of the first half, which ended 1-0. But again it did not take long for the Delaware offense to get going as Frimpong extended the lead to 2-0 just four minutes into the second half. Mediate had the assist after playing a pass through the defense to Frimpong, a put touch past UMass’s goalkeeper Brian Frame. The Hens were held scoreless for nearly 30 minutes before Ellis sailed a pass into the box. Frame was indecisive whether to play Ellis or Wilson, who finished the pass to the left post. Delaware nearly doubled UMass in shots, taking 13 with the Minutemen (0-1) managing just seven. The Hens put eight shots on goal, with Frame, a Hockessin, Del. native, turning away five of the attempts. Massachusetts Delaware

0 1

0 2

-

0 3

Game #2

Delaware 3 Seton Hall 3 (2OT)

Sept. 1, 2011 South Orange, N.J.

Roberto Gimenez made his first career points count, helping Delaware in a back-and-forth contest as the Hens played to a 3-3 draw at Seton Hall University. Gimenez led the Hens (1-0-1) with three points, scoring Delaware’s first goal of the night at Owen T. Carroll Field, followed by an assist on the team’s second score. Seton Hall (0-1-1) never had the chance to pull away, taking the lead three separate times, only to have Delaware answer and tie the contest on all three lead changes. The game served as a homecoming for UD head coach Ian Hennessy, who was an All-American for Seton Hall and 1990 graduate. Hennessy was inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame on February 2006, less than a month after becoming Delaware’s head coach.

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It didn’t take long for the scoring to get going in Delaware’s first meeting with Seton Hall since 1941. The Pirates found the back of the net just 10 minutes into the game, snapping a 426 minute regular season shutout streak for Hen goalkeeper Brandon Paul. But the Hens answered in the 19th minute as Gimenez tallied his first career goal with Delaware, while Evans Frimpong was credited with the assist. Neither team could find the goal in the remaining 25 minutes of the first half, heading into the break tied at 1-1. Twenty-five minutes in the second half, the Pirates snapped the tie and took a 2-1 lead as Adriano Gabriele converted a penalty kick in the 71st minute of the contest. Delaware answered yet again, tying the game in the 77th minute. Kyle Ellis buried a shot for his first goal of the year, turning on a pass from Gimenez. With the game in the waning minutes, Seton Hall once again grabbed control in the 87th minute. Garcia tallied his second marker of the game to put the Pirates up 3-2. But yet again, Delaware knotted the action after Tobias Müller scored his first tally in the 88th minute to force overtime and keep the Hens alive in the match. Delaware finished the game with 18 shots, putting half of those attempts on goal. The Pirates managed 17 attempts, also putting nine on goal. Both Paul and Seton Hall’s goalkeeper, Anthony Reichwaldt, posted six saves. Delaware Seton Hall

1 1

2 2

0 0

0 0

-

3 3

Game #3

Delaware 1 Canisius 0

Sept. 10, 2011 Buffalo, N.Y.

Delaware got its first ever win at Demske Sports Complex, posting a victory 1-0 over Canisius College. Giménez extended his point streak to three as the Hens improved to 2-0-1 for the first time since 2006. Giménez put away what proved to be the game winner in the 36th minute of the contest. Giménez deked his defender to the right and buried one of his 10 shots in the goal. Delaware, which notched its second shutout of the season, had a chance to score an insurance goal in the 76th minute as Evans Frimpong took a penalty kick. Canisius’ Ryan Schroen was given one of the games five yellow cards to set up the PK. Frimpong took the attempt but Griffins goalkeeper Ryan Arvin, turned the attempt aside. Giménez led the way on offense, putting four of his 10 shots on goal. Frimpong and Kyle Nuel were the only other Delaware players to register multiple shots, each taking two. In goal for Delaware, Kris Devaux stopped all four Canisius (0-40) shots on goal to record his fourth career shutout. Opposite Devaux, Arvin made six stops during his 90 minutes of action. The Hens defense, which was without John Dineen, surrendered 17 shots while the offense managed 16. The Griffs challenged often in the second half, putting up 12 attempts. Both teams took seven corner kicks during the game, with the Hens getting four in the first half. Delaware Canisius

1 0

0 0

-

1 0

Game #4

Delaware 5 Navy 3

Sept. 14, 2011 Annapolis, Md.

It was a high scoring affair in Annapolis, Md. as Delaware put together an offensive display not seen since 2004, defeating the U.S. Naval Academy 5-3. The victory gave Delaware an overall mark of 3-0-1 and marked the first time UD won three of its first four games since 1995. Roberto Giménez led the Hens’ impressive offense, scoring two goals and handing out two assists for a career-high six points. Kyle Ellis and Evans Frimpong each tallied a marker while Kyle Nuel accounted for the fifth goal. Kris Devaux got the nod in goal for the Hens, played all 90 minutes of the game and making two saves. The Blue Hens jumped out to an early lead and held on until late in the second half. Ellis sent in a shot from the right wing that was tipped into the goal by Navy goalkeeper Aaron Dupere in the 32nd minute. Both teams defense settled in the rest of the first half as the Hens enjoyed a 1-0 lead going in the break. Delaware extended its lead as Giménez extended his point-scoring streak to four games with his first goal of the tilt in the 51st minute. Giménez corralled a loose ball just outside the box before taking a shot for the 2-0 lead. But the Mids (1-3-2) answered back to cut the lead to 2-1 as Alex Wilson found the back of the net just three minutes later, turning on a pass from Michael Rakoczy. Giménez once again gave Delaware a two-goal lead after deking a defender and tallying his fourth marker of the season less than a minute after the Midshipmen goal. Navy’s David Jackson cut the Hens’ lead back down to one in the 63rd minute. Blake Busse set up the goal, allowing Jackson to barrel into the box and put a head on the ball. The Midshipmen knotted things up a 3-3 as Joseph Greenspan put one away in the 75th minute as Busse tallied his second helper of the evening. Playing in just the fourth game of his young career, Kyle Nuel put the Hens back on top 4-3 on a Giménez assist. But it was Frimpong who put the game away for good, giving Delaware its fifth goal of the night, also off a Giménez assist. The goal total was the first time UD hit the five-goal mark under Hennessy, and the Hens’ highest since Sept. 15, 2004 when they defeated Mount Saint Mary’s 7-2. Delaware Navy

1 0

4 3

-

5 3

Game #5

Columbia 0 Delaware 1

Sept. 16, 2011 Newark, Del.

It was not a pretty game, but Delaware will take it, defeating Columbia University 1-0 a the UD Mini-Stadium to record its seventh consecutive home victory. Kyle Ellis scored the game’s only goal in the 59th minute as he extended his goal streak to three. After receiving a long pass from Darren O’Connor, Ellis sailed in his shot from 30 yards out. The attempt

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went to the right post and just out of the reach of Columbia goalkeeper Zach Bubliak. After a feisty 30 minutes, the Ellis goal stood up as the game-winner. Between the pipes for Delaware, Kris Devaux recorded his third consecutive victory and second shutout in as many games. With his clean sheet, Devaux extended Delaware’s home shutout streak to five full games. The Hens are off to their best start since 1985 when the squad, under the direction of UD Athletics Hall of Fame head coach Loren Kline, got off to an 8-0-1 start. Ellis and Roberto Giménez led the Hens on offense, each tallying three attempts. Giménez put all three of hit shots on goal, but Glubiak made saves on all three, stopping Giménez’s point scoring streak at four games. Delaware challenged early and often but was a little aggressive on offense; getting called for off-sides five times, including three that resulted in goals being waved off. Devaux made three saves in the goal for Delaware, including stopping two shots from Columbia’s Francois Anderson, who led the Lions with three attempts. Columbia Delaware

0 0

0 1

-

0 1

Game #6

Delaware 4 Saint Peter’s 1

Sept. 21, 2011 Jersey City, N.J.

Delaware made a late push in the second half to pick up its fourth consecutive win, taking a 4-1 win away from Saint Peter's College. Evans Frimpong was the top point getter on the day, finishing with a pair of goals and a pair of assists. He led the team with seven shots, putting five of those on goal and capitalizing on two. Kyle Ellis put up four shots, one of which found the back of the net. But it was Vincent Mediate who gave the Hens the victory on his first goal of the season. After the Peacocks (0-7-0) tied the game at 11 in the 52nd minute, Mediate put away the game-winner on Frimpong's second assist of the game, finishing from 15 yards out. With their fourth consecutive win, Delaware won its most consecutive games since the 1996 season when it won four in a row from Oct. 4-Oct. 11. The 5-0-1 start for Delaware is the best under sixth-year headman Ian Hennessy, but the program’s best since 1985 when it was under the direction of UD Hall of Fame coach Loren Kline. Ellis extended his goal-scoring streak to three. His goal, which was the first of the game in the 18th minute, was his third in four games and marked the fifth time this season he has at least one point. Frimpong, who had assists on UD’s first two goals put away two insurance goals in the 76th and 78th minutes, bringing his season total to a team-leading five. The helpers were Frimpong’s second and third on the year, while his goal came on his second penalty kick of the year. The Peacocks tied the match 1-1 in the 52nd minute after Betim Bajrami scored unassisted from 10 yards out. But in the end, the Delaware’s offense proved to be too much for Peacock netminder Diego Mendoza, who managed to stop eight saves on Delaware’s 12 shots on goal in the loss. Kris Devaux played all 90 minutes in goal for Delaware, turning aside three Peacock shots. Delaware's defense was strong throughout the game, allowing just seven total shots. Devaux got his fourth straight win in goal for the Hens.

Delaware Saint Peter’s

1 0

3 1

-

4 1

Game #7

Georgia State 0 Delaware 1

Sept. 24, 2011 Newark, Del.

Roberto Giménez has a flair for the dramatic, putting away an electrifying goal in the 89th minute to give Delaware its fourth win in a row with a 1-0 victory over Georgia State University. The last-minute marker brought the over 500 people at Delaware Mini-Stadium to their feet as the Hens continued to control home field advantage, winning their seventh straight home game in Colonial Athletic Association play. Giménez received a long cross from Kyle Nuel in the 89th minute, beating Panther netminder CJ Cochran to the right post for the dramatic game-winner. Delaware has won two of its last three matchups against the Panthers, who fell to 5-2-1 on the year and 0-1-0 in the CAA. The game’s lone tally was not from a lack of trying, as Delaware took 14 shots during the match, including six on goal. Panther goalkeeper CJ Cochran was up to the task, making four saves. Delaware’s last line of defense, Kris Devaux, saw just nine total shots from Georgia State, three of which were on goal. Devaux made stops on all three for his fifth straight victory and third shutout of the season. Delaware held a narrow 7-6 advantage in corner kicks, but was called offsides four times while Georgia State was called off just twice. The 1985 season was also the last time the Hens strung together five consecutive wins, with tonight’s win tying that mark. Georgia State Delaware

0 0

0 1

-

0 1

Game #8

Delaware 0 #20 Old Dominion 2

Sept. 30, 2011 Norfolk, Va.

Delaware men's soccer team suffered its first loss of the 2011 season by dropping a 2-0 decision against Colonial Athletic Association foe Old Dominion. The game, originally scheduled for previous night, was halted 27 minutes in due to lightning and heavy rain in the Norfolk/Hampton Roads area. No. 20 Old Dominion benefited from the Friday night game being restarted on Saturday. Roberto Giménez tallied a goal in 13th minute of Friday's game, but due to lightning in the area, the game was stopped and started over Saturday in accordance with NCAA rules. Delaware (6-1-1, 1-1-0 CAA) had its five-game winning streak snapped. The Hens also saw their 10-game regular conference winning streak snapped, as well as a seven-game scoring run halted. The Blue Hens put shots on goal, led by Ben Raymond’s three attempts while Gimémez and Evans Frimpong, who was named to the Preseason All-CAA team, put two shots on net each. ODU keeper Victor Francoz was up to the task, recording six saves while the team tallied a save.

Old Dominion (5-2-0, 1-1-0 CAA) scored once in each half. Tim Hopkinson chipped a shot in during the 36th minute of play to send the Monarchs into halftime leading 1-0, while Gideon Asante tallied the insurance goal in the 76th minute of play. Throughout the match Delaware held the advantage in shots, taking 19 while Old Dominion took just 13 attempts. The Hens also held a 7-4 edge in corner kicks. Delaware challenged midway through the second half, taking three shots in a span of just 20 seconds as Mark Garrity took back-toback attempts, followed up by Raymond between the 68:51 and 69:06 marks. Kris Devaux suffered his first loss of the season, but made five saves in the tilt. Delaware Saint Peter’s

1 0

3 1

-

4 1

Game #9

Northeastern 1 Delaware 2

Oct. 5, 2011 Newark, Del.

It was another high octane game for Delaware, which edged out Colonial Athletic Association foe Northeastern University 2-1 at the Delaware Mini-Stadium. The Hens jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on a pair of goals from Evans Frimpong. Brandon Paul got his first start in goal since Sept 1. against Seton Hall and made eight saves on the afternoon, tying a career-high. With the win, Delaware extended its home winning streak to nine overall games, including eight in conference play, dating back to the 2009 season finale. The Hens (7-1-1, 2-1-0 CAA) jumped out to an early lead as Frimpong found the back of the net in the seventh minute. The team’s leading scorer deked his defender while NU goalkeeper Oliver Blum could not get in front of Frimpong, who finished to the left post. Frimpong again gave the Hens an exciting goal in the 23rd minute. He took a pass from the foot of Ben Raymond, who was in the left corner. After Frimpong received the pass, he slid past the defender to his right a finished his attempt to the top right corner. Northeastern (5-4-1, 1-2-0 CAA) kept things interesting as Dante Marini put away his fourth goal of the year in the 29th minute, pulling the Huskies back within one. The game remained scoreless throughout the remainder of the game. Marini played the wind well, which was at his back and gusting up to 20 miles per hour, taking a long distance attempt from 40 yards out which knuckled in the air and just past the reach of Paul (above at left) in goal. Despite the outcome, Northeastern had a majority of the shooting chances, putting up 16 attempts, nine of which were on goal. On the other end, Delaware managed just five total shots, putting three on cage. Blum made just one save on the evening. The Huskies held a 7-3 edge in corners, but were called offsides on five occasions.

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Northeastern Delaware

1 2

0 0

-

1 2

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Game #10

James Madison 3 Delaware 2 (OT)

Oct. 9, 2011 Newark, Del.

Senior forward Evans Frimpong scored both Blue Hens goals but it was not enough as Delaware fell to James Madison University 3-2 in a heartbreaking overtime loss. The sudden-death loss snapped a nine-game winning streak at Delaware Mini-Stadium for the Hens, but with Frimpong's pair of markers, the Hens have scored a goal in their last 11 home games. James Madison's leading scorer Patrick Innes scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner with 36 seconds left in the first overtime period. Boyd Reid accounted for the Dukes' third goal. Brandon Paul suffered his first loss in goal for Delaware this season while making two saves. Innes put the Dukes (8-1-1, 4-0-0 CAA) on top early, ripping a 30yard shot to the top right corner of Delaware’s goal. Christian McLaughlin was credited with the assist. But in the 37th minute, Frimpong knotted the game after splitting his defender and faking the Duke goalkeeper, Justin Epperson, to score his eighth goal of the year. The Frimpong tally was the first James Madison had allowed in five games, as Epperson had kept a clean slate for 455 minutes before Frimpong posted his goal. James Madison again grabbed the lead after Paul Wyatt scored his fifth goal of the year. Wyatt beat his defender after receiving a pass from McLaughlin and finished to the right post. Just three minutes later, Frimpong again knotted the action at 22. After the Dukes’ defensive unit mishandled the ball, the Hens' leading scorer extended his right leg and toe-poked the ball into the back of the net, going around Epperson. The two teams could not find the back of the net over the course of the second half, and with things still knotted at two apiece, the game headed to overtime, the Hens’ second extra time game of the year. The Hens (7-2-1, 2-2-0) managed nine total shots, putting three of those attempts on cage. In addition to Frimpong’s two, Ben Raymond posted Delaware’s third shot on goal, Epperson’s only save of the game. James Madison Delaware

2 2

0 0

1 0

-

3 2

Game #11

Delaware 1 Drexel 2 (2OT)

Oct. 12, 2011 Philadelphia, Pa.

Delaware suffered its second straight overtime setback as the Blue Hens dropped a 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association decision to host Drexel at Vidas Field. Drexel's Ken Tribbett scored with just 2:40 left in the second overtime period to lift the Dragons to the victory. Delaware (7-3-1, 2-3 CAA) lost for just the third time this season but for the second straight game after falling to James Madison by a 3-2 score in overtime. The Blue Hens have now played eight overtime games over the last two seasons, posting a record of 1-4-4. Drexel (3-7-2, 2-2-1 CAA), which won its second straight game, avenged a 2-1 loss to Delaware last season. After a scoreless first half, the Blue Hens got on board first as Robert Gimenez, coming off a two-game absence, scored his sixth goal

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of the season just 1:52 into the second stanza. Gimenez' goal was unassisted as he scored on a low shot to the right side of the net. But the Dragons came right back to knot the score at 1-1 just four minutes later as Michele Patala scored off a deflected save, scoring to the left corner of the net. Mark Donohue provided the assist. Neither team was able to score for the final 40 minutes of regulation and for the first 10 minutes of the first overtime. Drexel finally broke the tie and ended the game as Tribbett scored off a feed from Tal Bubill following a Delaware turnover. Tribbett chipped the ball over the head of Delaware goalkeeper Brandon Paul and into the net for the game-winner. Delaware Drexel

0 0

1 1

0 0

0 1

-

1 2

Game #12

Hofstra 2 Delaware 3 (2OT)

Oct. 16, 2011 Newark, Del.

Finding themselves down 2-0 early in their game with Hofstra University, members of the University of Delaware men’s soccer team dug deep and found the will to win. Behind a pair of goals from Roberto Giménez, including one with 38 seconds left in regulation, the Blue Hens knotted the Colonial Athletic Association game at 2-2. But it was Kyle Ellis, who proved to be the hero, tucking away the game-winning goal just one minute into the second overtime period to lift Delaware to a 3-2 victory. Delaware’s last overtime win was against Old Dominion University, also in double overtime in a 1-0 result. Since that game, Delaware has played in six extra-time games. The win over Hofstra snapped not only a two-game losing skid but marked the third-straight game Delaware and its opponents have needed extra time to decide a win. Giménez, who tallied his seventh and eighth goals of the year, found the back of the net multiple times for the fourth time this season. Ellis tallied his first goal since Sept. 21 on the road at Saint Peter’s. It was his first home goal since Sept. 18 against Columbia. Hofstra (5-7-0, 2-4-0 CAA) jumped out to a 2-0 lead after Shaun Foster finished a corner kick off the foot of Mike Annarumma in the second minute. The Pride extended their lead just three minutes later with Heidar Emillsson burying a shot on a Shady Saleh shot. The 2-0 advantage held strong through the next 70 minutes of action. Giménez turned on a pass from Mark Garrity for the Hens’ first goal in the 75th minute and was soon followed up with just 38 seconds on the clock on Giménez’s second goal of the day. Darren O’Connor controlled the ball during a scramble on a corner kick and found Giménez to tie things. Then it was Ellis’ turn to shine. After dribbling through nearly the entire Pride defense, Ellis sailed a shot in over Hofstra keeper Roberto Pellegrini, who could not make his seventh save of the day and watch the game-winner go by. In the Delaware goal, Kris Devaux made four saves against six Hofstra shots on goal. In front of Devaux, Giménez tallied five shots, including four on goal to lead the day. Garrity and Evans Frimpong were the only other Delaware players to register multiple shots as the Hens tallied 14 on the day. Hofstra Delaware

2 0

0 2

0 0

0 1

-

2 3

Game #13

George Mason 1 Delaware 2 (OT)

Oct. 19, 2011 Newark, Del.

Kyle Ellis seems to have a knack for scoring last-minute goals for the University of Delaware men's soccer team. The local product from Bear, Del. put away a game-winning goal for a second straight game, both coming in overtime as the Hens outlasted George Mason University 2-1 at a rain-soaked Delaware MiniStadium. Ellis has three game-winners this season, all of which have come at Delaware Mini-Stadium. The Ellis tally, the third latest goal scored since Hennessy took over the program in 2006, improved Delaware to 9-3-1 overall and 4-3-0 in the Colonial Athletic Association. The nine wins are the most since Hennessy took the helm, and gaurantee Delaware a winning season for the first time since 1996. Roberto Giménez put Delaware up 1-0 in the 66th minute, taking advantage of a set piece 30 yards from the Mason goal. The native Spaniard caught Patriot goalkeeper Sean Cote, who made three saves in the game, offguard and sent in a dart to the left corner of the goal for his ninth tally of the year. Fellow forward and senior Evans Frimpong sent in the cross to Ellis, who handled a deflection and found the goal for the winner. Frimpong and Giménez, Delaware's leading point getters, have 22 apiece, each tallying nine goals and four assists. They are the first pair to surpass the 22-point mark since 1977 when John McCloskey had 27 points (10g, 7a) and Dave Ferrell finished with 24 points (9g, 6a). Things were tight throughout the match, and the two teams played a controlled game with the sloppy, wet conditions on the field. Nine minutes after the Giménez marker, Mason (5-6-3, 2-4-1 CAA) knotted things at 1-1 as Leo Stolz scored his first goal of the season, squeezing one past Delaware goalkeeper Kris Devaux. Devaux, who improved his record to 7-1-0 this season, made six saves in the victory. The two squads were relatively even in shots, with Mason attempting 15 and Delaware trying 10 times. Delaware put five shots on target, scoring twice while Mason managed seven, one of which scored. George Mason Delaware

0 0

1 1

0 1

-

1 2

Game #14

William & Mary 0 Delaware 2

Oct. 22, 2011 Newark, Del.

For the first time in four games involving Delaware, a result was determined in the 90 minutes allotted for regulation, and for a third straight time, the result went the way of the Blue Hens. Behind a pair of goals from Evans Frimpong, the Hens managed to knock off long-time foe William & Mary 2-0 on Saturday night at Delaware Mini-Stadium, marking the first UD victory of the Tribe in Newark. Frimpong pushed what proved to be the game-winner in the 20th minute. After Kyle Ellis received a pass from Roberto Giménez, Ellis found a diving Frimpong who bicycle kicked the ball past Tribe keeper Colin Smolinsky. The Accra, Ghana native continued to impress as he and Giménez set up a give and go in the 80th minute.

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Delaware (10-3-1, 5-3-0) reached double-digit wins for the first time since 1985 and the 2011 edition of the Hens are just one win shy of tying the school’s single-season wins record of 11, set twice in 1984 and 1985. The Tribe (8-7-0, 5-4-0) put four shots on goal, but UD goalkeeper Kris Devaux was there to stop them all to log his fourth shutout of the season. Both team’s offense were relatively even as Delaware held a narrow 12-11 edge in shots. The Hens put seven of their 12 attempts on cage with Smolinsky making five saves on the night. Freshman Kyle Nuel nearly had a tally in the final two minutes, but put his attempt off the cross bar. Frimpong accounted for five of Delaware’s seven shots on goal, while John Dineen and Ignacio Martín had one each. Giménez is Delaware’s leading assister, tallying his fifth and six assists of the year. William & Mary Delaware

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Delaware 2 Towson 2 (2OT)

Oct. 22, 2011 Newark, Del.

After a one-game respite from a run of four overtime games, the University of Delaware men’s soccer team played Towson University to a 2-2 draw in Towson. The Hens (10-3-2, 5-3-1) played in their league-leading sixth overtime match of the year. Delaware is now 2-2-2 in 2011 in extratime games and played their first conference draw since Oct. 20, 2010 in a 0-0 stalemate at George Mason. Michael Stone scored his first-career goal as a Blue Hen, which proved to be the game-tying goal. Roberto Giménez led Delaware with three points, putting away a goal and assisting Stone’s game-tying tally. Vincent Mediate posted the helper on the Giménez goal. In goal, Kris Devaux made three stops on the day as Towson managed just eight shots. Opposite the senior Blue Hen, John Steele stopped four of Delaware’s six shots on goal. Delaware took 11 total attempts on the day. Giménez scored the first marker of the game in just the 12th minute of action. But the Tigers answered in the 30th minute as Anthony Okodua scored just his second of the season. After heading to halftime 1-1, Towson (2-10-2, 1-7-1) jumped out to a one-goal lead in the 59th minute as Quinn Meehan registered his first goal of the season. But in the end it was Stone who knotted things up and earned Delaware one point towards the conference standings. Stone pushed his shot past Steele in the 65th minute, getting a pass from Giménez.

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Delaware 2 UNCW 1 (2OT)

Oct. 29, 2011 Wilmington, N.C.

It was yet another overtime game for the University of Delaware men’s soccer team, but in the end, the Hens got their 11th win of the season as Vincent Mediate blasted the winner in the 103rd minute. With a 2-1 win over UNCW on Saturday night, the Blue Hens tied the program’s single-season wins record, improving to 11-3-2 overall and 6-3-1 in Colonial Athletic Association action. The Mediate tally was the only goal in the game that didn’t come on a penalty kick as UNCW scored the game’s first goal on a PK in the 29th minute on a try by Jack Ward. Delaware tied the game in the 54th minute as John Dineen converted his attempt. Evans Frimpong continued to put up points this season, as he and Kyle Bruno were credited with the assist on Mediate’s goal. Kris Devaux earned the win in goal for Delaware, improving his record to 9-1-1. The senior keeper made one save in the victory against just two shots on goal by the Seahawks. Mediate scored his goal in the 103rd minute of the game, making it the second-latest goal since head coach Ian Hennessy took over the program in 2006. The Seahawks took advantage of their home field, grabbing a 10 lead in the 29th minute as Jack Ward converted a penalty kick. It was just the second PK Delaware allowed this season and first since the Sept. 1 at Seton Hall in a 3-3 draw. UNCW (3-12-1, 1-8-1 CAA) would carry the 1-0 advantage into the halftime break after both teams managed seven shots. Ellis, who took three attempts, led Delaware’s first half offense. Dineen knotted things in the 54th minute as he converted the game’s second penalty kick, tallying his first career goal in the process. Both teams would be held off the scoreboard for the remaining 36 minutes, sending Delaware into its seventh overtime game of the season and sixth in the last seven games. After a scoreless first overtime, which featured three of Delaware’s 14 shots, the Hens made it to a second overtime before Mediate put away the game-winner. Frimpong nearly ended the game in the 95th minute as he drilled the crossbar. The Hens finished with a 14-11 advantage in shots, managing to put three on goal, allowing Brandon Miller the chance to make just one save. Ellis and Frimpong took three shots each while no Hen took more than one shot on goal. Delaware’s high-pressure offense forced UNCW to surrender nine corner kicks, including four in the second half and another two in the first overtime. The Seahawks earned five corners in the game. Delaware UNCW

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Stone, who were honored before their final game at Delaware MiniStadium. The Leopards (8-5-4) jumped out to a 1-0 lead early in 30th minute on a tally from Kyle Scharfenberg. Chandler Fraser-Pauls extended that lead in the 79th minute followed by the insurance tally in the 82nd minute from Alec Golini. Sean Peckham was given the assist on Fraser-Pauls’ goal, while a double assist from Blake Fink and Tom McCutcheon was credited on the Golini marker. Despite being blanked for the first time in a month, Delaware put five shots on goal, paced by Frimpong, who took three shots with two one goal. Nathan McDonald, who made five saves to preserve the shutout, stopped Frimpong both times. In goal for Delaware, Devaux made four saves in his 90 minutes of action. Twice Golini, the only Leopard with multiple shots on goal, challenged Devaux. Lafayette, which averaged less than a goal per game entering tonight’s match, held the advantage in shots, taking 14 while Delaware tallied 11. The Leopards earned just two corner kicks while Delaware had four.

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Game #18

Delaware 1 VCU 3

Nov. 5, 2011 Richmond, Va.

Vincent Mediate tallied his third goal of the season, but it was not enough as the University of Delaware men’s soccer team concluded the regular season with a 3-1 loss at VCU. Mediate kept the Hens (11-5-2, 6-4-1) in contention with a marker in the 65th minute, but Delaware could not overcome a 3-0 deficit at VCU Sports Backer Stadium. Delaware senior goalkeeper Kris Devaux made five stops in the game as the Hens defense relinquished just eight shots on goal during the game. The Rams managed 18 total shots while Delaware attempted 14. The Rams (11-9-0, 6-5-0 CAA) drew first blood just two minutes into the contest as Juan Monge Solano posted his fifth tally of the year, putting VCU up 1-0, a lead it clung to for the remainder of the first half. VCU collected another two goals early in the second half to go up 3-0. Ragnar Leosson converted a penalty kick in the 54th minute while Jason Johnson knocked in the Rams’ third goal of the night. Delaware, which was selected to finish 11th in the Preseason Coaches Poll, earned the fourth seed in the league tournament after finishing the regular season with a 6-4-1 record.

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The University of Delaware men’s soccer team dropped its final home game of the season with a 3-0 setback in a non-conference clash with Lafayette College. The game served as Senior Day for the program’s five seniors, Kris Devaux, Kyle Ellis, Evans Frimpong, Darren O’Connor and Michael

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CAA Tournament Quarterfinals

Northeastern 0 Delaware 0

CAA Tournament Semifinals Nov. 10, 2011

Harrisonburg, Va. Delaware advances 4-3 on penalty kicks

Playing in his first-ever post season game, Prince Nartey put his best foot forward and helped Delaware advance for the first time in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament. After Delaware and Northeastern battled to a 0-0 tie through 90 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtime sessions, the CAA Tournament quarterfinal game went to a shootout round at the James Madison University Soccer Complex. Nartey pushed across the season-advancing goal in the sixth round of penalty kicks as part of three straight goals from the Hens, who got their other three shootout markers from Roberto Giménez, John Dineen and Vincent Mediate. The victory was Delaware's first post-season win since the Blue Hens downed Lafayette in the 1985 East Coast Conference semifinals. In the shootout session, Darren O’Connor stepped up first for Delaware, but Husky netminder Oliver Blum made the initial save. But the Hens lucked out as Top Phataraprasit sailed his attempt high on the next attempt. Mediate put Delaware (11-5-2) up 1-0 in the second round after chipping in a tally as Blum dove to his left. Ryan Burham answered for the Huskies and knotted the score at 1-1. Evans Frimpong then pushed his shot just over the goal, and Northeastern gained a 2-1 advantage after Laurence Braude scored on his attempt. But Giménez answered back in the fourth round to tie the action at 2-2 and was helped out as goalkeeper Kris Devaux made his first save of the shootout on Northeastern's next attempt. Dineen stepped up and delivered Delaware’s third shootout goal, only to be answered by Josh Semerene in the fifth round. Delaware once again went up as Nartey knocked in his attempt, moving Delaware ahead 4-3 with the clinching goal. Devaux made two saves in the shootout round, including a sprawling stop with his feet in the sixth and final round. The Huskies (10-6-3) applied the pressure early in the first half as they tallied three shots in the opening 10 minutes. Devaux however was up to the task, halting Dante Marini with a sprawling save in the 11th minute. Delaware retaliated in the middle portion of the half, challenging Northeastern’s Blum once, but putting several attempts near the cage. Northeastern held the offensive advantage in the first half, outshooting the Hens 8-3, putting half of their attempts on goal. Delaware came out firing in the second half as Giménez tipped a shot that just nicked the pipe, keeping the score locked at zeroes. Gimenez had an opportunity four minutes later as Frimpong sent him a pass, but the shot was blocked. Through the first 15 minutes of the second half, Delaware eliminated the 8-3 Husky shot advantage, outshooting Northeastern 8-1. The Hens had an opportunity late with just 2:16 left to play as Giménez was hauled down just outside the box. On the ensuing free position, the Spanish forward put a blast through the wall but Blum was there, making a diving save to his left, keeping the slate clean. Delaware shored up its defense in the second half, allowing the Huskies just one shot the entire 45 minutes, while the Hens managed to put 11 attempts into play, including four on goal. But Blum brought his total to five saves while Devaux remained steady with four stops.

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Nov. 11, 2011

Harrisonburg, Va. Delaware advances 5-4 on penalty kicks

Chas Wilson had not found the back of the net since the heat of Aug. 26 when Delaware opened its 2011 campaign with a 3-0 win over Massachusetts. But that didn’t matter on a frosty night in Virginia as the fourthseeded Blue Hens knocked No. 1 seed and host James Madison out of the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament, playing to a 2-2 tie over 110 minutes of play and advancing thanks to a 5-4 advantage on penalty kicks. Wilson, who had played in just nine games during the season, delivered the deciding tally. Much like the first meeting between these two teams, which ended with James Madison winning 3-2 in overtime, 90 minutes was not enough to decide things. The Hens played heir league-leading ninth overtime contest of the season and second extra period game of the CAA Tournament. Delaware got its penalty kick goals from Darren O’Connor in the first round, Kyle Nuel, who was initially stopped by the Madison keeper but the ball trickled into the goal in the fourth round, John Dineen in the fifth round, Prince Nartey in the sixth, and eventually Wilson in the eighth and final round. James Madison (12-4-2) put in four penalty kicks and nearly clinched the contest but the Dukes’ final two shooters, Jason Gannon and Jimmy Simpson, missed on their attempts as Gannon banged the left post and Simpson sailed his shot high. Blue Hen netminder Kris Devaux made two saves during penalty kicks for the second straight night to assure the Hens' spot in the title game. His stops came in the first and third rounds. James Madison’s Patrick Innes put the first overtime attempt on goal with four minutes to play in the first extra period, but Delaware’s Devaux came in to make the save on the header. Madison made a charge late in the second overtime as Innes carried the ball into the box before Delaware’s Kyle Ellis made a clean tackle to break up the attempt, setting up a JMU corner. After a scramble in the box, JMU was called for a foul and the Hens cleared the zone with three minutes left on the clock. Paul Wyatt nearly ended the game with one minute to play, but again it was Devaux making his eighth save of the night to continue the game. James Madison struck first on a penalty kick with 26:42 left in the first half as Innes converted his second penalty kick of the season to put the Dukes up 1-0. But two minutes later Dineen tallied the answer as he put home his second goal of the year, making good on a pass from Vincent Mediate. Evans Frimpong gave Delaware a 2-1 edge with 8:41 left in the first half as Wilson took a shot that

was saved by Epperson. But the rebound got away from the Dukes keeper and Frimpong pushed across his 12th marker of the year and his third against JMU after scoring both Delaware goals in the regular season matchup. But it was Innes with his second goal of the game with just 8:53 left in regulation that knotted the game 2-2. After getting a clean break away after Karel Manrau sent him a long ball, Innes’ shot was initially saved. But he controlled the rebound and deadlocked the game at 2-2. Delaware James Madison

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CAA Tournament Championship

Delaware 2 #18 Old Dominion 1

Nov. 13, 2011 Harrisonburg, Va.

November 13, 2011 will be a day to remember in University of Delaware men’s soccer history. Not only did the Blue Hens log their record-setting 12th win of the season , but the 2011 squad brought home the program’s first-ever conference championship, knocking off second-seeded and 18th ranked Old Dominion 2-1 in the CAA Championship game at James Madison University's JMU Soccer Complex. Delaware, which had never captured a conference tournament title in its 85-year history and had won a share of just three league crowns in school history, headed back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 41 years. Delaware (12-5-4), which avenged a 2-0 loss at Old Dominion back in late October, got one of its goals from sophomore midfielder Vincent Mediate, who was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. The Hens’ game-winning goal on Sunday was actually scored by an Old Dominion defender who headed a Mediate cross into the Monarch goal with just over 25 minutes left to play. In addition to Mediate, senior goalkeeper Kris Devaux and Ireland

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natives Darren O’Connor and John Dineen were also honored on the CAA All-Tournament Team. Devaux made seven saves on guard in the Delaware goal against ODU, bringing his tournament total to 20, and allowing just three goals. The senior keeper was also clutch for Delaware in the quarterfinal and semifinal matchups that were decided on penalty kicks. Old Dominion was awarded a penalty kick in the 20th minute after Smith was hauled down in the box. Jordan LeBlanc took the kick for the Monarchs, converting and putting ODU up 1-0. The Monarchs challenged again in the 32nd minute as Tim Hopkinson took a shot inside the box but Devaux made the save. The ball rebounded back to ODU but Devaux was bailed out by his defense as Fontaine again came in and prevented the ball from crossing the goal line. Mediate deadlocked the game at 1-1 in the 34th minute after controlling a pass broken up by Monarch keeper Victor Francoz. Kyle Nuel got a pass over to Evans Frimpong, who in turn got a pass over to Mediate. Francoz slid along the ground to break things up, but the ball popped up in the air, allowing Mediate to tip home the game-tying goal. Delaware had a chance early in the second half on a corner kick as Mediate sailed the ball inside. O’Connor tipped a header towards the net that sailed wide. Dineen had a similar attempt four minutes later but his attempt was thwarted by Francoz. Delaware got a fortuitous bounce with 25 minutes to play as Mediate sent a pass across the box intended for Mark Garrity. ODU defender Drew Smith tried to break up the play but unintentionally headed the ball into the Monarch goal. Delaware snagged a 2-1 lead with the own goal with 25:29 remaining. With 13 minutes left to go, Old Dominion nearly knotted things again as Hopkinson took a rip from the top of the box. But his attempt sailed just high, skimming the cross bar in the process. Delaware Old Dominion

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NCAA Tournament First Round

Delaware 1 Virginia 0 (2OT)

The first half was evenly played with few opportunities for either team, as Virginia took three of the four total shots during the period. The flow picked up in the second half, and with 35 minutes remaining Delaware senior Kyle Ellis received a pass from Roberto Gimenez but could not get off a shot inside the six-yard box. Hunter Jumper then had a chance for the Cavaliers with a rocket from 30 yards out, but Delaware goalkeeper Kris Devaux made the save and the ball squirted just outside the left post to keep the game scoreless. Delaware had a fantastic chance with 20 minutes to go when Evans Frimpong fired a laser past LaCivita, but the ball banged off the low right side of the post. Frimpong continued to attack, as one of his shots was saved before he sent another across an open goal mouth, but neither one found the back of the net. Virginia forward Chris Somerville had a golden opportunity with 12 minutes left as he found himself wide open 10 yards out, but his shot sailed high over the UD goal. Somerville had another great chance with just under 10 minutes to play, but he again fired a shot well over the cage. Virginia had the two best chances during the first overtime period, but a shot by Felipe Libreros from 25 yards out was saved by Devaux and a rocket by Somerville hit a UD defender before getting cleared. The second extra session did not feature many scoring opportunities until Dineen cashed in late, setting off the Blue Hen celebration. Devaux made three saves while posting his sixth shutout of the season for UD, while LaCivita stopped four shots in the Virginia goal. Virginia held a slim 17-16 advantage in shots and a 10-3 edge in corner kicks. 0 0

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NCAA Tournament Second Round Nov. 17, 2011 Charlottesville, Va.

Delaware sophomore John Dineen headed home a shot into the top left corner of the goal with 4:14 remaining in the second overtime period to give Delaware a dramatic 1-0 victory over Virginia at Klockner Stadium in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The victory, the first NCAA Tournament win by the Blue Hens in school history, advances Delaware to the second round where UD will face fourth-ranked UCLA. The win featured the ninth time in 13 games the Blue Hens went to overtime and featured UD’s first win in eight tries against an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent. The final play started with a long free kick by Darren O’Connor from the left sideline into the box, where is was headed by Blue Hen sophomore Mark Garrity. The ball continued in the air to Dineen, who headed it past Cavaliers goalkeeper Spencer LaCivita to set off the Blue Hen celebration. The goal was Dineen’s third of the season, while Garrity notched his second assist of the year. The win continues an incredible run by Delaware, which improved to 13-5-4 on the season and increased its school-record win total. Virginia, the 2009 national champion which was appearing in its 31st consecutive NCAA Tournament, ended its season at 12-8-1.

Delaware 0 #4 UCLA 1

Nov. 20, 2011 Los Angeles, Calif.

UCLA forward Chandler Hoffman scored with 6:44 remaining in the match as the fourth-ranked Bruins edged Delaware, 1-0, at Drake Stadium in the second round of the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament Tournament. The decisive play started when the Bruins’ Reed Williams lofted a pass to the right corner of the box that was collected by Ryan Hollingshead, who then sent a cross toward the middle of the field. The ball deflected off a Blue Hen defender right to Hoffman, who lifted a shot past UD goalkeeper Kris Devaux into the top left corner of the goal. The tally was the team-leading 16th goal of the season for Hoffman, who leads the Pac-12 Conference with 16 goals and 36 points. The loss ended a record-setting season for Blue Hens, who concluded thier season at 13-6-4. Delaware set a school record for wins in a season, scored a UD single season record 40 goals, claimed the CAA Tournament championship by winning three matches in four days, and posted its first ever NCAA victory with a 1-0 double overtime victory at Virginia.

UCLA, which improved to 16-4-1 on the season, won its sixth consecutive match, all by shutout. UCLA had the first good opportunity of the night when Eder Arreola redirected a cross on goal from 10 yards out, but Devaux was there to make the early save. Evans Frimpong took the next two shots for the Blue Hens, including his second from 18 yards out that was blocked by a Bruins defender, but neither found its way on goal. The Bruins would have the majority of quality chances for the rest of the half, as Kelyn Rowe fired a laser from 20 yards out in the 26th minute that Devaux corralled. Patrick Matchett took a low shot to the left side from 17 yards out, but Devaux again was up to the task with a sprawling save to keep the contest scoreless. In the 39th minute Hoffman puts the ball in the back of the net, but he was called for offsides and the teams eventually headed to the break scoreless. UCLA continued to attack in the second half, as a Fernando Monge header off a corner kick in the 50th minute hit the right post before a rocket from Rowe 16 yards out sailed over the crossbar in 58th minute. Delaware countered with 26 minutes to go when Roberto Giménez fired a shot from the left side, but Bruins goalkeeper Brian Rowe made the stop for his first save of the night. Five minutes later Frimpong sent a cross into the box, but a header by Giménez was easily grabbed by Rowe. Later Giménez found Mark Garrity on the right side 12 yards out, but Garrity’s low shot was stopped by Rowe. Following Hoffman’s goal the Blue Hens had a few more chances, but shots by Frimpong and Gimenez following a UD throw in were blocked. Delaware had a final chance with one minute left when the Blue Hens were awarded a free kick from 26 yards out, but the shot by Giménez just missed the right side of the cage. The Blue Hens hung tough with the Bruins all night, as UCLA held a slim 13-11 advantage in shots and a 3-0 edge in corner kicks. Devaux made five saves in the Delaware goal, while Rowe stopped three shots for the Bruins.

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2011 CAA MEN’S SOCCER FINAL STANDINGS CAA TEAM JMU Old Dominion William & Mary Delaware Northeastern Georgia State VCU Drexel George Mason Hofstra UNC Wilmington Towson

RECORD 8-3 7-3-1 7-4 6-4-1 6-4-1 6-5 6-5 4-5-2 4-6-1 4-7 2-8-1 2-8-1

PCT .727 .682 .636 .591 .591 .545 .545 .455 .409 .364 .227 .227

OVERALL

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

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

PTS 24 22 21 19 19 18 18 14 13 12 7 7

RECORD 13-5-2 12-6-2 10-9 13-6-4 10-6-3 13-8-1 11-9 5-10-3 7-8-3 7-10-1 4-12-2 3-11-2

PCT .700 .650 .526 .652 .605 .614 .550 .361 .472 .417 .278 .250

HOME 10-0-1 7-0-2 5-3 7-2 7-0 7-1 7-2 5-4 6-1-2 4-4-1 4-4-1 3-3-2

2011 CAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

FIRST ROUND Nov. 10

FIRST ROUND Nov. 17

SEMIFINALS Nov. 11 FINALS Nov. 13

#6 Georgia State def. #3 William & Mary, 2-1 #4 Delaware def. #5 Northeastern, 0-0 (4-3 PK) #2 Old Dominion def. #6 Georgia State, 5-3 #4 Delaware def. #1 James Madison, 2-2 (5-4 PK)

SECOND ROUND Nov. 20

#4 Delaware def. #2 Old Dominion, 2-1 THIRD ROUND Nov. 27

2011 CAA OFFENSIVE LEADERS AND STATISTICS POINTS PER GAME Yannick Smith, ODU Patrick Innes, JMU Evans Frimpong, Delaware Tim Hopkinson, ODU Roberto Gimenez, Delaware

GP 19 19 21 20 18

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A 2 3 5 8 7

GOALS PER GAME Yannick Smith, ODU Patrick Innes, JMU Evans Frimpong, Delaware Roberto Gimenez, Delaware Jason Johnson, VCU

GP 19 19 21 18 20

G 16 13 12 10 11

ASSISTS PER GAME Chris Griebsch, Hofstra Gideon Asante, ODU Christian McLaughlin, JMU Tim Hopkinson, ODU Roberto Gimenez, Delaware

GP 18 20 18 20 18

A 10 9 8 8 7

AWAY 3-5-1 3-5 5-3 5-4-3 3-6-1 5-6-1 3-6 0-6-3 1-7 3-6 0-8-1 0-8

NEUTRAL 0-0 2-1 0-3 1-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Duke def. Georgia State, 1-0 Delaware def. Virginia, 1-0 Old Dominion def. Liberty, 0-0 (5-4 PK) Indiana def. Old Dominion, 3-0 James Madison def. Wake Forest, 2-0 UCLA def. Delaware, 1-0 Connecticut def. James Madison, 3-0

2011 CAA GOALKEEPER LEADERS AND STATISTICS PTS. 34 29 29 28 27

AVG. 1.79 1.53 1.38 1.40 1.50

GOALS AGAINST AVG. Oliver Blum, Northeastern Vincent Foermer, GSU Kris Devaux, Delaware Colin Smolinsky, W&M Josh Pantazelos, VCU

GP 18 14 18 18 20

GA 21 16 22 21 24

MINS. 1663:14 1262:44 1726:45 1635:22 1852:16

AVG. 0.84 0.68 0.57 0.56 0.55

SAVE PERCENTAGE Colin Smolinsky, W&M Kris Devaux, Delaware Oliver Blum, Northeastern Victor Francoz, ODU Vincent Foermer, GSU

GP 18 18 18 20 14

SV 72 75 67 86 48

GA 21 22 21 28 16

AVG. 0.56 0.45 0.44 0.40 0.39

SAVES PER GAME Roberto Pellegrini, Hofstra Victor Francoz, ODU John Steele, Towson Kris Devaux, Delaware Colin Smolinsky, W&M

GP 18 20 13 18 18

SV 92 86 55 75 72

SPG 5.11 4.30 4.23 4.17 4.00

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2011 ALL-CAA MEN’S SOCCER TEAM (AS SELECTED BY CAA MEN’S SOCCER COACHES) FIRST TEAM PLAYER, SCHOOL Evans Frimpong, Delaware Roberto Gimenez, Delaware Yannick Smith, Old Dominion Nicolas Abrigo, William & Mary Gideon Asante, Old Dominion Dante Marini, Northeastern Paul Wyatt, James Madison Shaun Foster, Hofstra Chris Locandro, Georgia State Juan Monge Solano, VCU Brandon Miller, UNCW

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

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Accra, Ghana/Accra Calle Calatrava, Spain Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough South Riding, Va./Flint Hill Sunyani Ghana/Shattuck-St. Mary’s Chadds Ford, Pa./Salesianum School Modbury, England/Ivybridge Southport, England/Stanley Kennesaw, Ga./The Walker School San Jose, Costa Rica Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Country Day

SECOND TEAM PLAYER, SCHOOL Tim Hopkinson, Old Dominion Patrick Innes, James Madison Jason Johnson, VCU Stephen McGill, Georgia State Daniel Roberts, UNCW Leo Stolz, George Mason Ken Tribbett, Drexel Will Smith, William & Mary Tommy Webb, Old Dominion Eric Zuehsow, George Mason Victor Francoz, Old Dominion

CL So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

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

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Nottingham, England/Rushcliffe School Chester, Va./Thomas Dale Saint Anne, Jamaica/Manchester Atlanta, Ga./St. Pius X Sugar Land, Texas/Clements Munich, Germany/Gymnasiun Pullach Centennial, Colo./Grandview Avon, Conn./Westminster School Auckland, New Zealand/Westlake Boys Ashburn, Va./Broad Run Fleurieu Sur Saone, France

THIRD TEAM PLAYER, SCHOOL Olakunle Banjo, Towson Mike Kennedy, Northeastern Taylor Morgan, George Mason Ryan Gracia, George Mason Chris Griebsch, Hofstra Jamal Keene, Georgia State Christian McLaughlin, JMU Ryan Burnham, Northeastern Jason Gannon, James Madison Darren O’Connor, Delaware Pentti Pussinen, Drexel

CL So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

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

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Upper Marlboro, Md./Largo Lynnfield, Mass./Lynnfield Southampton, England/Tauntons College Rockville, Md./Thomas Wootton Dessau-Rosslau, Germany/Jena Atlanta, Ga./Hiram Herndon, Va./Herndon North Yarmouth, Maine/Greely Vienna, Va./Flint Hill Cork, Ireland/Cholaise Cholim Tampere, Finland/Kalvan Lukio

2011 CAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Evans Frimpong, Delaware 2011 CAA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Shaun Foster, Hofstra 2011 CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Roberto Gimenez, Delaware 2011 CAA COACH OF THE YEAR: Tom Martin, James Madison 2011 CAA MEN’S SOCCER ALL-ROOKIE TEAM PLAYER, SCHOOL CL POS HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Jonathan Barden, James Madison Fr. MF Harrow, England/Park Yoan Fontaine, Delaware Fr. D Ruelle Russienne, France/Lycee Arago Roberto Gimenez, Delaware Fr. F Calle Calatrava, Spain Marcus Luster, William & Mary Fr. MF/D Chesapeake, Va./Great Bridge Ambry Moss, Northeastern Fr. D Nassau, Bahamas/The Pendleton School

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ROBERTO GIMENEZ First-Team All-CAA CAA Rookie of the Year

DARREN O’CONNOR Third-Team All-CAA

YOAN FONTAINE CAA All-Rookie Team

PRINCE NARTEY CAA All-Rookie Team

PLAYER, SCHOOL Prince Nartey, Delaware Juan Monge Solano, VCU Leo Stolz, George Mason Michael Teiman, William & Mary Verneri Valimaa, George Mason

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POS HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL D Accra, Ghana/Presby Boy’s School D San Jose, Costa Rica MF Munich, Germany/Gymnasiun Pullach D Liverpool, England/Liverpool College MF Coral Springs, Fla./Am. Heritage Acad.


The Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2011-12, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 19 teams in 13 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2012. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 23 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, CAA COMMISSIONER football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & Tom Yeager field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2011-12, 24 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 51 student-athletes received All-America honors in 16 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past six years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason. VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and top-seeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. At least five CAA teams have reached postseason play for the past four years. The CAA has also had great success in women’s basketball, with six teams making the postseason in 2011-12. Conference champion Delaware advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time and was ranked #7 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll. James Madison beat two ACC and two Big East teams to reach the championship game of the WNIT. Drexel, Hofstra, UNCW and VCU joined the Dukes in the WNIT. Old Dominion, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981 and ODU reached the national

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Commissioner ............................................................................................................Tom Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ......................................................................Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer..........................................................................................Cindy Williams Senior Associate Commissioner, Compliance & Governance/SWA ......................Kathleen Batterson Senior Associate Commissioner, Marketing/Development ....................................Robert Goodman Associate Commissioner, Communications ..............................................................Rob Washburn Associate Commissioner, Integrated Digital Strategies..................................................Scott Meyer Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services..................................................................Peter Hock Assistant Commissioner, Championships ..................................................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner, Championships......................................................................J.P. Williams Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Communications ......................................Niki DeSantis Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Video..................................................Kelly Bowmaster Director of Basketball Strategies..................................................................................Katie Lowe Director of Communications - Football ....................................................................................TBA Director of Corporate Partnerships ........................................................................Brian Edmonds Assistant Director of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ..................................Vincent Pierson Assistant Director of Video Services ........................................................................Bobby Broyles Officiating Administrator ........................................................................................Pamela Stone Communications Intern ..................................................................................Jonathan Davidson Operations Intern..................................................................................................Courtney Melia

semifinals in 2011. Four men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and James Madison became the seventh CAA team to reach the final 16 of the event in the past decade. Hofstra’s softball team won the Los Angeles Regional and became the first CAA squad to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past five seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 13 years. In the pool, George Mason’s Ashley Danner finished second in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the 200 breaststroke at the 2012 NCAA Championship and received AllAmerica honors. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. On the track, Mason’s David Verburg placed fourth in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championship. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 15 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last 10 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

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Duquesne

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at Pittsburgh Tournament (Sept. 9)

DATE Aug. 24 Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 3 Oct. 7 Oct. 10 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 30 Nov. 3-4 Nov. 9-11

OPPONENT at Massachusetts vs. North Carolina State (at Duke) at Duke at Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh Tourn.) vs. Duquesne (Pittsburgh Tourn.) Navy at Columbia Seton Hall at Lafayette at *Georgia State *Towson *Old Dominion at *Northeastern at *James Madison at *Drexel *Hofstra *George Mason at *William & Mary *UNCW CAA Quarterfinals CAA Championships

TIME 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. tba tba 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. tba tba

* = Colonial Athletic Association Game

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Nickname: Dukes Conference: Atlantic 10 Head Coach: Jake Ouimet 2011 Record: 7-9-2

George Mason at Delaware (Oct. 24) Location: Fairfax, Va. Nickname: Patriots Conference: CAA Head Coach: Greg Andrulis 2011 Record: 7-8-3

Georgia State at Georgia State (Sept. 29) Location: Atlanta, Ga. Nickname: Panthers Conference: CAA Head Coach: Brett Surrency 2011 Record: 13-8-1

Home Games Played at Delaware Mini-Stadium behind Delaware Stadium

Columbia

Hofstra

at Columbia (Sept. 15)

at Delaware (Oct. 21)

Location: New York, N.Y. Nickname: Lions Conference: Ivy Head Coach: Kevin Anderson 2011 Record: 8-7-1

Location: Hempstead, N.Y. Nickname: Pride Conference: CAA Head Coach: Richard Nuttall 2011 Record: 7-10-1

Drexel

James Madison

at Drexel (Oct. 17)

at James Madison (Oct. 14)

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname: Dragons Conference: CAA Head Coach: Doug Hess 2011 Record: 5-10-3

Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Nickname: Dukes Conference: CAA Head Coach: Tom Martin 2011 Record: 13-5-2

Duke

Lafayette

at Duke (Sept. 2)

at Lafayette (Sept. 25)

Location: Durham, N.C. Nickname: Blue Devils Conference: ACC Head Coach: John Kerr 2011 Record: 11-7-3

Location: Easton, Pa. Nickname: Leopards Conference: Patriot Head Coach: Dennis Bohn 2011 Record: 9-5-4

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Seton Hall

at Massachusetts (Aug. 24)

at Delaware (Sept. 18)

Location: Amherst, Mass. Nickname: Minutemen Conference: Atlantic 10 Head Coach: Sam Koch 2011 Record: 4-13-2

Location: South Orange, N.J. Nickname: Pirates Conference: Big East Head Coach: Gerson Echeverry 2011 Record: 5-11-2

Navy

Towson

at Delaware (Sept. 12)

at Delaware (Oct. 3)

Location: Annapolis, Md. Nickname: Midshipmen Conference: Patriot Head Coach: Dave Brandt 2011 Record: 7-7-5

Location: Towson, Md. Nickname: Tigers Conference: CAA Head Coach: Frank Olszewski 2011 Record: 3-11-2

North Carolina State

UNCW

at Duke (Aug. 31)

at Delaware (Oct. 30)

Location: Raleigh, N.C. Nickname: Wolfpack Conference: ACC Head Coach: Kelly Findley 2011 Record: 7-11-2

Location: Wilmington, N.C. Nickname: Seahawks Conference: CAA Head Coach: Aidan Heaney 2011 Record: 4-12-2

Northeastern

William & Mary

at Delaware (Oct. 10)

at William & Mary (Oct. 27)

Location: Boston, Mass. Nickname: Huskies Conference: CAA Head Coach: Brian Ainscough 2011 Record: 10-6-3

Location: Williamsburg, Va. Nickname: Tribe Conference: CAA Head Coach: Chris Norris 2011 Record: 10-9-0

Old Dominion

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at Old Dominion (Oct. 3) Location: Norfolk, Va. Nickname: Monarchs Conference: CAA Head Coach: Alan Dawson 2011 Record: 12-6-2

DATE Nov. 3-4 Nov. 9-11

OPPONENT CAA Quarterfinals at Higher Seeds CAA Championships at Highest Seed

TIME tba tba

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT

Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh (Sept. 7) Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Nickname: Panthers Conference: Big East Head Coach: Joe Luxbacher 2011 Record: 4-13-1

DATE Nov. 15-18 Nov. 25 Nov. 30-Dec. 2 Dec. 7-9

OPPONENT NCAA 1st/2nd Rounds NCAA 3rd Round NCAA Regionals NCAA College Cup at Regents Park, Hoover, Ala.

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach ......................................................Years .............................Record (Pct.) O’Brien..............................................................1926 (1) .......................................1-3-0 .250 No Coach ........................................................1927-30 (4)...................................5-23-1 .190 Edward C. Bardo..............................................1931-35 (5)...................................7-24-4 .257 A.C. Bowdle ....................................................1936-37 (2).....................................9-4-4 .647 H.W. Lawrence ................................................1938-42 (5).................................23-20-4 .532 Edmund B. Prince ..............................................1943 (1) .......................................3-3-0 .500 Max M. Kurman ..............................................1944-47 (4)...................................5-26-2 .182 Alden H. “Whitey” Burnham ..........................1948-59 (11)................................26-84-4 .338 P. Eugene Watson ............................................1960-62 (3)...................................9-20-5 .339 Loren E. Kline ................................................1963-92 (30)..........................208-197-37 .519 Marc Samonisky ..........................................1993-2005 (13)..........................56-160-22 .281 Ian Hennessy ..............................................2006-Present (5) ...........................25-55-10 .333 Totals ......................................................(84).......................377-619-93 .389 ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS All-time Games Played: 1,089 All-time Goals Scored: 1,603 Most Goals Scored, Game: 8 vs. St. Joseph’s (8-2), Oct. 27, 1965, 7 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s (7-2), Sept 15, 2004 Most Goals Scored, Season: 38, 1982 (16 games) Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal: 23, 1978-79 Most Goals Allowed, Game: 12 by Temple (12-1) Oct. 24, 1953 Most Goals Allowed, Season: 59, 1994 (18 games) Least Goals Allowed, Season: 9, 1943, 1970, 1971 Most Assists, Game: 8 vs. West Chester, Oct. 7, 1987 Most Assists, Season: 41, 1982 (16 games) Most Shots on Goal, Game (since 1985): 37 vs. Hofstra, 11/16/85 Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Game (since 1985): 33 by James Madison, 9/5/99 Most Shots on Goal, Season: 351, 1975 Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Season: 295, 1982 (17 games), 1986 (18 games), 1994 (18 games) Most Corner Kicks, Game (since 1985): 13 vs. Bloomsburg, 11/4/89; 13 vs. Rider, 9/30/87 Most Corner Kicks Allowed, Game (since 1985): 18 by Bucknell, 10/25/86 Most Corner Kicks, Season (since 1978): 113, 2001 Most Corner Kicks Allowed, Season: 136, 1986 Most Shutouts, Season: 9, 1968, 1984 Most Shutouts Allowed, Season: 12, 1993, 2002, 2005 Most Consecutive Shutouts: 6, 1968; 1973-74 Most Consecutive Games Shutout: 6, 1992; 1993; 2005 Largest Margin of Victory: 7 vs. Franklin & Marshall (7-0 win), Sept. 28, 1974 Largest Margin of Defeat: 11 vs. Temple (12-1 loss), Oct. 24, 1953 Most Wins, Season: 11, 1985; 1984 Most Losses, Season: 17, 1994 Most Ties, Season: 5, 2003 Best Record: 8-1-2 (.818), 1971 Worst Record: 0-7 (.000), 1930

Most Consecutive Losses to Start Season: 11, 1994 Most Consecutive Ties: 3, 1937-38, 2003 Consecutive League Wins: 10, 1969-70 Consecutive League Losses: 24, 1991-95 Longest League Unbeaten Streak: 18, 1969-71 Consecutive Home Wins: 8, 1970-71 Consecutive Road Wins: 7, 1982-83 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons: 14, 1965-78 Longest Game: 169:58 vs. Hofstra, Nov. 16, 1985, 8 overtimes (East Coast Conference Championship Game - Hofstra won 1-0) Most Games Played, Season: 20, 2003 (4-11-5) Most Improved Record: 4-11 in 1981 to 10-5-1 in 1982 ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Games Played, Season: 20, by 6 players in 2003 Most Games Played, Career: 74, Stephen Mangat, 2000-03 Most Goals, Game: 5, Jesus “Gee” Fernandez vs. West Chester, Oct. 14, 1943 4, Sobhan Tadjalli vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, Sept 15, 2004 4, Mike Biggs vs. Washington College, 1968 4, Jeff Mc Brearty vs. Bucknell, 1972 3, Robert Ketchum vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1942 3, Bill Dannenberg vs. Temple, 10/30/1971 3, Bill Dannenberg vs. Pa. Military College, Nov. 9, 1971 3, John Petito vs. St. Joseph’s, Oct. 23, 1982 3, Dwayne Robinson vs. Millersville, Oct. 21, 1987 3, Chuck Metz vs. West Chester, Oct. 3, 1990 3, Mike Nash vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, Sept. 5, 1993 Most Goals, Season: 17, Mike Biggs, 1968; Scott Thompson, 1979 Most Goals, Season (Freshman): 11, Sobhan Tadjalli, 2004 Most Goals, Career: 47, Mike Biggs, 1968-70 Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal (since 1985): 4, Mike Nash, 1992 (twice)

Most Consecutive Wins: 10, 1969-70 Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season: 6, 1970 Most Consecutive Games Unbeaten: 15, 1969-70 Most Consecutive Losses: 17, 1993-94

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Most Assists, Game: 3, Cheyney Meadows vs. Bucknell, Oct. 23, 1991 3, Mark Hagerty vs. Haverford, Sept. 26, 1984 3, John Petito vs. Rider, Oct. 6, 1982 3, Tom Horn vs. West Chester, Oct. 7, 1987 Most Assists, Season: 10, Bill Steffen, 1988 Most Assists, Season (Freshman): 10, Bill Steffen, 1988 Most Assists, Career: 18, Mark Hagerty, 1983-85 Most Points, Game: 10, Gee Fernandez vs. West Chester, Oct. 14, 1943, 8, Sobhan Tadjalli vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, Sept 15, 2004 Most Points, Season: 37, Scott Thompson, 1979 Most Points, Season (Freshman): 25, Sobhan Tadjalli, 2004 Most Points, Career: 99, Mike Biggs, 1968-70 Most Shots, Game (since 1986): 11, Mike Honeysett vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, 8/31/01 Most Shots, Season (since 1972): 61, Darren Christie, 2009 Most Shots, Career (since 1972): 158, Jeff McBrearty, 1972-75 Most Goalie Minutes Played, Season: 1,788:55, Conrad Rusnak, 2008 Most Goalie Minutes Played, Career: 6,762, Kyle Haynes, 2001-2004 Most Goalie Saves, Game: 17, Dave Whitcraft vs. UMBC, Oct. 27, 1982 Most Goalie Saves, Season: 162, Dave Whitcraft, 1982 Most Goalie Saves, Career: 441, Dave Whitcraft, 1980-84 Most Shutouts, Season: 9, John Dusewicz, 1968 Most Shutouts, Career: 20, Dave Whitcraft, 1980, 82-84 Most Consecutive Shutout Minutes: 568, John Dusewicz, 1968 Fewest Goals Allowed, Season: 9, Joe Owsley, 1971 Best Save Pct., Season: .914, Chris Bender, 1975 Best Save Pct., Career: .881, John Pelin, 1977-78 Best Goals Allowed Average, Season (since 1976): 0.80, Tom Calvert, 1976 Best Goals Allowed Average, Career (since 1976): 1.03, Tom Calvert, 1976-77

ALL-TIME TOP-10 LISTS Career Goals 1. Mike Biggs (1968-70) ........................................................................................47 2. John McCloskey (1975-78) ..................................................................................35 3. Scott Thompson (1977-79) ..................................................................................27 John Petito (1978-82) ........................................................................................27 5. Jeff McBrearty (1971-74)....................................................................................26 6. Bill Dannenberg (1970-72)..................................................................................23 John Sellers (1988-91)........................................................................................23 Scott Grzenda (1983-86) ....................................................................................23 Sobhan Tadjalli (2004-07) ..................................................................................23 10. Roger Morley (1966-68) ....................................................................................18 Season Goals 1. Scott Thompson (1979)........................................................................................17 Mike Biggs (1968) ..............................................................................................17 3. Mike Biggs (1970) ..............................................................................................16 4. John Petito (1982) ..............................................................................................14 Mike Biggs (1969) ..............................................................................................14 6. Bill Dannenberg (1971) ......................................................................................13 7. Bob Ketchum (1941) ..........................................................................................11 Dwayne Robinson (1987) ....................................................................................11 Sobhan Tadjalli (2004) ........................................................................................11 9. John McCloskey (1977) ......................................................................................10 John McCloskey (1976) ......................................................................................10 John McCloskey (1975) ......................................................................................10 Roger Morley (1967) ..........................................................................................10

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Career Assists 1. Mark Haggerty (1983-85) ..................................................................................18 2. John Petito (1978-82) ........................................................................................16 3. Bob Young (1983-85)..........................................................................................14 4. Ken Whitehead (1980-82) ..................................................................................13 Chris Donahue (1973-76)....................................................................................13 Dan Keane (1998-2001) ....................................................................................13 7. John McCloskey (1975-78) ..................................................................................12

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CONRAD RUSNAK

Roger Morley (1966-68) ....................................................................................12 John Sellers (1988-91)........................................................................................10 Bill Dannenberg (1970-72)..................................................................................10 Lindsay Walter (1975-77)....................................................................................10 Kevin Marsden (1977-79) ..................................................................................10 Bill Steffen (1988-89) ........................................................................................10

Season Assists 1. Bill Steffen (1988) ..............................................................................................10 2. Bob Young (1985) ................................................................................................9 3. John Petito (1981) ................................................................................................8 4. Mark Hagerty (1983)............................................................................................7 John Petito (1982) ................................................................................................7 Rob Griffith (1982) ..............................................................................................7 John McCloskey (1977) ........................................................................................7 Roger Morley (1967) ............................................................................................7 9. By many ..............................................................................................................6 Career Points 1. Mike Biggs (1968-70) ........................................................................................99 2. John McCloskey (1975-78) ..................................................................................82 3. John Petito (1978-82) ........................................................................................70 4. Scott Thompson (1977-79) ..................................................................................59 Jeff McBrearty (1971-74)....................................................................................59 6. John Sellers (1988-91)........................................................................................56 Bill Dannenberg (1970-72)..................................................................................56 8. Sobhan Tadjalli (2004-07) ..................................................................................54 9. Scott Grzenda (1983-86) ....................................................................................53 10. Roger Morley (1966-68) ....................................................................................48 Season Points 1. Scott Thompson (1979)........................................................................................37 2. John Petito (1982) ..............................................................................................35 3. Mike Biggs (1968) ..............................................................................................34 Mike Biggs (1970) ..............................................................................................34 5. Mike Biggs (1969) ..............................................................................................31

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Bill Dannenberg (1971) ......................................................................................29 John McCloskey (1977) ......................................................................................27 Roger Morley (1967) ..........................................................................................27 Sobhan Tadjalli (2004) ........................................................................................25 Dwayne Robinson (1987) ....................................................................................24 Dave Ferrell (1977) ............................................................................................24

Career Goalie Saves 1. Dave Whitcraft (1980-84) ................................................................................441 2. Mark Puican (1989-92) ....................................................................................391 3. Kyle Haynes (2001- 2004)................................................................................351 4. Joaquin Hurtado (1995-98) ..............................................................................343 5. Dave Ormsby (1986-88) ..................................................................................270 6. Guy Haselmann (1982-85)................................................................................183 7. John Pelin (1977-78) .......................................................................................179 8. Taylor Thames (2005-2008) ..............................................................................165 9. Conrad Rusnak (2007-2010) ............................................................................155 10. Chris Bender (1973-75) ....................................................................................141 Stuart Mason (1991-93)....................................................................................141 Season Goalie Saves 1. Dave Whitcraft (1982) ......................................................................................162 2. Guy Haselman (1985) ......................................................................................145 3. Mark Puican (1990) ..........................................................................................134 4. Dave Ormsby (1986) ........................................................................................125 5. Denny Tracey (1970) ........................................................................................117 6. Stuart Mason (1993) ........................................................................................113 7. Mark Puican (1992) ..........................................................................................109 8. Scott Stepek (1981) ..........................................................................................106 9. Jon Pelin (1976) ..............................................................................................104 Dave Whitcraft (1980) ......................................................................................104 Joaquin Hurtado (1997)....................................................................................104

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ALL-AMERICAN SELECTIONS Harold Betts ............................................Honorable Mention, 1950 George Caruso ......................................................2nd team, 1978 Dave Ferrell ................................................2nd team, 1976, 1977 Evans Frimpong......................................................2nd team, 2011 John McLaughlin....................................................HM, 1953, 1954 Chip Smallwood ..............................................................HM, 1975 Donald Vansant ..............................................................HM, 1950 Dave Whitcraft..............................................3rd team, 1983, 1984 ALL-REGION SELECTIONS Mike Biggs ............................................HM, 1968; 1st team, 1969 Vladimir Bohdan..............................................................HM, 1957 Bob Bunting ....................................................................HM, 1957 George Caruso ......................................2nd team, 1975; HM, 1976 ....................................................................1st team, 1977, 1978 Darren Christie ......................................................3rd team, 2009 Bill Dannenberg ..............................................................HM, 1972 Jair dos Santos ......................................................................1951 John Dusewicz ................................................................HM, 1968 Dave Ferrell ..................................................1st team, 1976, 1977 Evans Frimpong ......................................................1st team, 2011 Wayne Fuhr ..........................................................2nd team, 1955 Roberto Gimenez....................................................2nd team, 2011 Jay Gorry........................................................................HM, 1959 Dick Holden ....................................................................HM, 1957 John McCloskey ....................................................HM, 1977, 1978 John McLaughlin....................................................HM, 1953, 1954 Ken Morley ............................................................2nd team, 1968 Darren O’Connor ....................................................3rd team, 2011 Harold Paxson ................................................................HM, 1954 John Petito ..................................2nd team, 1981; 1st team, 1982 Brad Phillips ..........................................................2nd team, 1996 Rick Potts ................................................................1st team, 1984 Dwayne Robinson ....................................................1st team, 1987 Chip Smallwood ............................................1st team, 1974, 1975 Dean Steele............................................................2nd team, 1955 Willard Thompson ................................HM, 1953, 2nd team, 1954 Roby Wagner ........................................................2nd team, 1956 Dave Whitcraft....................2nd team, 1982, 1st team, 1983, 1984 John Wieland ..................................................................HM, 1956

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ALL-ECAC SELECTIONS Darren Christie ......................................................2nd team, 2009 Evans Frimpong......................................................2nd team, 2011

EVANS FRIMPONG

ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS Colonial Athletic Association Darren Christie ..............................3rd team, 2008; 1st team 2009 Evans Frimpong ............................2nd Team, 2010; 1st team 2011 Roberto Gimenez ....................................................1st team, 2011 Vincent Mediate............................................All-Rookie Team, 2010 Darren O’Connor ..........................................3rd Team, 2010, 2011 Jon Scheer ............................................................2nd Team, 2010 Sobhan Tadjalli ..............................1st team, 2004; 2nd team 2006 North Atlantic Conference/America East Brad Phillips ................................................................1996, 1997 Dan Schultz ............................................................................1996 Mike Honeysett ......................................................................2001 East Coast Conference Chris Bender ..........................................................................1975 John Berry ............................................................................1978 George Caruso....................................................1975, 1976, 1978 Alan Erickson..........................................................................1974 Dale Ewing ............................................................................1983 Dave Ferrell ............................................1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Rob Gerhard ..........................................................................1979 Scott Grzenda ....................................................1984, 1985, 1986 Tom Horn ..............................................................................1987 Dan Kandra............................................................................1979 Cam Livingstone ....................................................................1988 Dino Mangione ............................................................1975, 1976 Jeff McBrearty........................................................................1974 John McCloskey ............................................................1975, 1978 Jim Oster................................................................................1980 John Petito ..................................................................1981, 1982 Rick Potts ..............................................................................1984 Chip Smallwood ............................................................1974, 1975 Steve Spence ..........................................................................1974 Steve Spence ..........................................................................1974 Mike Stanford ........................................................................1982 Scott Thompson ......................................................................1979 Scott von Kleeck ....................................................................1982 Mike Walters ..........................................................................1980 David Webb............................................................................1975 Dave Whitcraft ..................................................1982, 1983, 1984 Ken Whitehead ......................................................................1983 Middle Atlantic Conference Sam Allen ..............................................................................1960 Harold Betts ..........................................................................1950 Al Boyer ................................................................................1968 Mike Biggs ............................................................................1970 Vladimir Bohdan ....................................................................1957 Bob Bunting............................................................................1957 Walt Cleaver ................................................................1969, 1970 Bill Dannenberg......................................................................1971 Robert Dempsey ....................................................................1956 Bill Dodds ..............................................................................1971 Jair dos Santos ......................................................................1951 Jon Dusewicz ..........................................................................1968 Wayne Fuhr............................................................................1955 Jay Gorry ..............................................................................1960

Gary Harding..........................................................................1971 Art Haycock............................................................................1960 Edward Horney ......................................................................1949 Rick Jones ..............................................................................1960 Jack Kinter ........................................................1950, 1951, 1952 Bob Larason ..........................................................................1966 George Leedom ......................................................................1967 Dean Marriot ..........................................................................1969 Don Martin ............................................................................1950 Dave Meadows ......................................................................1966 Joseph Miller ..........................................................................1953 Ken Morley ............................................................................1968 Roger Morley................................................................1967, 1968 Jeff McBrearty........................................................................1973 Dick Murray ..........................................................................1949 Joe Owsley ............................................................................1971 Harold Paxson..............................................................1954, 1955 Bill Regester ................................................................1952, 1954 Serge Sacharuk ......................................................................1955 Terry Siegele ..........................................................................1971 Dean Steele ............................................................................1955 Donald Vansant ......................................................................1950 Roby Wagner................................................................1955, 1956 Nelson Wilcox ........................................................................1950 Terry Waltz ............................................................................1969 John Zimmerman ..................................................................1973 CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Mike Biggs ............................................................................1970 Dave Ferrell ................................................................1976, 1977 Evans Frimpong ......................................................................2011 John Petito ............................................................................1982 Scott Thompson ......................................................................1979 Dave Whitcraft........................................................................1983 CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Roberto Gimenez ....................................................................2011 Sobhan Tadjalli ......................................................................2004 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP Vincent Mediate ......................................................................2011 MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER DRAFT PICK Evans Frimpong ..................3rd Round (Supplemental Draft), 2011

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1926 (1-3) Head Coach: O’Brien Beacom College ..............................L 0-1 Haverford J.V. ................................L 0-1 Pennsylvania J.V. ............................L 1-9 Franklin & Marshall........................W 1-0

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1927 (0-7-1) Head Coach: Unknown Franklin & Marshall ........................L 0-2 at Temple ........................................L 0-3 at Pennsylvania J.V. ........................L 1-4 Haverford ......................................L 0-3 at Swarthmore ................................L 0-3 Beacom College ..............................L 0-1 Western Maryland ..........................T 3-3 at Western Maryland ......................L 0-3

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1928 (1-6) Head Coach: Unknown at Swarthmore ................................L 0-2 at Pennsylvania J.V. ........................L 1-5 Temple ............................................L 1-4 at Haverford ..................................L 0-4 at Lehigh ........................................L 1-7 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 1-2 Beacom College..............................W 2-1

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1929 (4-3) Head Coach: Unknown at Pennsylvania J.V. ........................L 1-4 at West Chester ..............................W 4-3 at Chalfont - Haddon Hall ..............W 2-1 Franklin & Marshall........................W 5-0 at Swarthmore ................................L 0-3 at Temple ........................................L 0-6 Haverford J.V.. ..............................W 3-2

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1930 (0-7) Head Coach: Unknown at Pennsylvania J.V. ........................L 0-4 West Chester....................................L 0-4 at Haverford ..................................L 1-7 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-6 at Chalfont - Haddon Hall ................L 0-3 at Army ..........................................L 0-3 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 0-2

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1931 (1-4-1) Head Coach: Edward Bardo at Pennsylvania J.V. ........................L 0-5 at West Chester................................L 1-5 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-7 Haverford J.V. ................................L 0-6 Wilmington Wanderers ....................T 2-2 Franklin & Marshall........................W 3-1

1932 (0-5-1) Head Coach: Edward Bardo O 12 West Chester....................................L 0-3 O 19 at Army ..........................................L 0-1 O 26 Temple ............................................L 0-6 N 1 at Haverford ..................................L 2-6

N 2 Dickinson ........................................T 3-3 N 12 Bucknell..........................................L 1-2

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1933 (3-4) Head Coach: Edward Bardo at Dickinson ..................................W 3-2 at Rider ........................................W 5-2 at Army ..........................................L 0-3 at Temple ........................................L 1-3 Franklin & Marshall........................W 3-1 at West Chester................................L 1-8 at Bucknell......................................L 2-3

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1934 (2-4-2) Head Coach: Edward Bardo Rider ............................................W 2-1 at Stevens Tech................................L 1-2 Temple ............................................L 2-4 West Chester....................................L 1-4 Dickinson ......................................W 7-4 at Franklin & Marshall ....................T 1-1 at East Stroudsburg..........................L 1-3 Bucknell ................................(2ot) T 1-1

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1935 (1-7) Head Coach: Edward Bardo at Rider ..........................................L 1-4 at Ursinus........................................L 1-2 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 1-3 at Bucknell......................................L 1-2 Stevens Tech....................................L 0-1 at Temple ......................................W 2-1 at Dickinson ....................................L 2-3 at West Chester................................L 1-4

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1936 (4-3-1) Head Coach: A.C. Bowdle Temple ..........................................W 3-0 Rider ............................................W 1-0 Dickinson College ..........................W 2-1 at Gettysburg ..................................L 2-4 at Stevens Tech................................L 1-2 Ursinus ..........................................W 3-0 at Franklin & Marshall ....................T 0-0 West Chester....................................L 1-3

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1937 (5-1-3) Head Coach: A.C. Bowdle at Temple ........................................T 1-1 Rider ............................................W 1-0 Stevens Tech ..................................W 2-0 Franklin & Marshall........................W 2-0 at Dickinson ..................................W 2-1 Gettysburg ....................................W 1-0 at West Chester................................L 1-4 at Bucknell......................................T 1-1 at Ursinus........................................T 3-3

1938 (5-3-2) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence O 11 Temple ............................................T 1-1 O 15 Bucknell ........................................W 4-1 O 18 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 3-4

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at Maryland ....................................L 0-3 at Rider ..........................................L 0-2 Dickinson ................................(ot) W 3-2 Ursinus............................................T 1-1 at Seton Hall..................................W 4-2 at Stevens Tech ..............................W 1-0 at Gettysburg ................................W 3-1

1939 (4-5) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Middle Atlantic Conference South Champions O 11 at Dickinson ..................................W 6-0 O 14 at Temple ........................................L 0-1 O 20 Maryland ........................................L 0-3 O 28 Seton Hall ......................................L 1-2 N 3 at Ursinus ......................................W 3-2 N 7 at Bucknell......................................L 1-2 N 14 Franklin & Marshall........................W 2-0 N 18 Stevens Tech....................................L 1-3 N 22 Gettysburg ....................................W 2-1

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1940 (5-5) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence at Maryland ....................................L 1-2 Rider ..............................................L 2-3 Temple ............................................L 0-2 at Western Maryland......................W 3-1 at Seton Hall..................................W 4-0 at Stevens Tech................................L 1-2 Dickinson ......................................W 5-0 at Gettysburg ..................................L 1-3 Ursinus ..........................................W 2-1 at Franklin & Marshall....................W 3-2

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1941 (6-4) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Seton Hall ......................................W 2-0 Franklin & Marshall........................W 2-1 at Temple ........................................L 0-5 Western Maryland ..........................L 1-2 at Rider ..........................................L 2-8 Maryland ........................................L 0-2 at Ursinus ......................................W 3-1 Stevens Tech ..................................W 3-0 Gettysburg ....................................W 2-1 at Johns Hopkins............................W 5-3

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1942 (3-3-2) Head Coach: H.W. Lawrence Mason Dixon Conference Champions Western Maryland..........................W 4-2 at Franklin & Marshall....................W 3-1 at Navy ..........................................L 1-5 at Stevens Tech................................T 2-2 at Gettysburg ..................................L 1-3 Loyola (MD) ..................................W 2-1 at West Chester................................L 0-1 Johns Hopkins ................................T 2-2

1943 (3-3) Head Coach: Edmund Prince O 14 West Chester ..................................W 6-1 O 16 at Navy J.V. ....................................L 0-2

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at West Chester ..............................W 2-1 at Johns Hopkins............................W 2-1 Stevens Tech....................................L 1-3 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-1

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1944 (0-5-2) Head Coach: Max Kurman West Chester....................................L 2-4 Navy ..............................................L 1-4 Haverford ......................................L 2-3 at West Chester................................T 2-2 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 0-6 at Haverford. ..................................T 1-1 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-3

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1945 (2-5) Head Coach: Max Kurman Haverford ......................................L 0-6 West Chester....................................L 1-3 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-3 Gettysburg ....................................W 3-0 West Chester....................................L 0-2 Gettysburg ....................................W 2-1 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-2

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1946 (1-7) Head Coach: Max Kurman Washington College ........................L 1-4 Stevens Tech....................................L 0-4 Franklin & Marshall........................W 2-1 Western Maryland ..........................L 0-3 Gettysburg ......................................L 1-3 West Chester....................................L 0-3 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-6 Bucknell..........................................L 0-3 1947 (2-9) Head Coach: Max Kurman Salisbury State ................................L 0-1 Stevens Tech....................................L 1-2 Washington College ........................L 0-2 Bucknell..........................................L 0-6 Western Maryland ..........................L 2-3 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 2-3 Drexel ............................................L 0-5 West Chester ..................................W 5-4 Johns Hopkins................................W 6-2 Gettysburg ......................................L 1-3 Loyola (MD)....................................L 0-5

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1948 (3-6-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Stevens Tech ..................................W 2-1 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 1-4 at Navy ..........................................L 0-4 at Gettysburg ..................................T 1-1 at Washington College ....................W 3-0 at Drexel ........................................L 1-2 Johns Hopkins ................................L 1-3 at Western Maryland......................W 2-1 at West Chester................................L 0-9 Bucknell..........................................L 2-7

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1949 (1-8-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Bucknell..........................................L 1-3 Western Maryland..........................W 1-0 Temple ............................................L 0-3 Lehigh ............................................L 3-7 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 0-4 Drexel ............................................L 0-3 La Salle ..........................................L 2-4 Johns Hopkins ................................L 2-3 West Chester....................................L 0-1 Stevens Tech....................................T 1-1

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1950 (5-7) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Franklin & Marshall ........................L 2-4 Temple ............................................L 2-4 Western Maryland..........................W 2-0 Gettysburg ......................................L 0-2 Navy ..............................................L 0-2 Washington College ........................W 5-2 Drexel ............................................L 1-2 La Salle..........................................W 2-0 Lehigh ..........................................W 2-1 Johns Hopkins................................W 2-1 West Chester....................................L 0-4 Bucknell..........................................L 1-2

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1951 (5-5) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Bucknell ........................................W 2-1 Western Maryland..........................W 5-0 Temple ............................................L 1-2 Lehigh ............................................L 1-2 Navy ..............................................L 1-3 Drexel ............................................L 2-3 West Chester....................................L 0-9 Johns Hopkins................................W 2-1 Washington College ........................W 2-1 La Salle..........................................W 5-0

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1952 (2-8) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Lehigh ........................................L 1-2 Temple ............................................L 0-6 at Gettysburg ..................................L 1-2 Washington College ........................L 1-4 at West Chester................................L 1-5 at Western Maryland......................W 4-1 at Drexel ........................................L 0-5 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 1-3 Johns Hopkins ................................L 5-6 Bucknell ........................................W 2-1

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1953 (2-7) Head Coach: Alden Burnham West Chester....................................L 1-7 at Bucknell......................................L 1-2 Lehigh ..........................................W 3-1 at Temple ......................................L 1-12 at Washington College ....................L 1-3 Western Maryland ..........................L 1-3 Drexel ............................................L 1-2

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1959 (2-8) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Washington College ....................L 2-8 Ursinus ..........................................W 3-1 Lehigh ............................................L 0-4 at Bucknell......................................L 1-4 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 0-2 Muhlenberg ..................................W 3-0 Western Maryland ..........................L 1-5 Saint Joseph’s..................................L 2-3 at La Salle ......................................L 1-2 at Temple ........................................L 1-5

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1960 (2-9) Head Coach: Eugene Watson Washington College ........................L 0-3 Drexel ............................................L 1-4 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-4 Bucknell..........................................L 1-4 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-2 at Ursinus ......................................W 3-2 at Muhlenberg ..............................W 4-2 Western Maryland ..........................L 0-3 at Saint Joseph’s..............................L 1-2 La Salle ..........................................L 2-4 at Temple ........................................L 1-6

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1961 (6-4-1) Head Coach: Eugene Watson at Washington College ....................W 4-3 La Salle..........................................W 3-2 Ursinus ..........................................W 2-0 Lehigh ............................................L 0-1 at Johns Hopkins............................W 2-0 at Bucknell......................................L 1-4 Muhlenberg ..................................W 6-0 at Western Maryland ......................L 0-1 Saint Joseph’s..................................T 1-1 Franklin & Marshall ...................... W 5-2 Temple ............................................L 0-4

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1962 (1-7-4) Head Coach: Eugene Watson Washington College ........................T 1-1 at Ursinus........................................L 1-3 Pa. Military College ........................T 1-1 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-3 Johns Hopkins ................................T 1-1 Western Maryland ..........................T 1-1 Bucknell..........................................L 1-4 Saint Joseph’s..................................L 0-7 Lafayette ........................................L 1-2 La Salle..........................................W 5-2 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 0-6 at Temple ........................................L 0-2

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1963 (4-8-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Washington College ....................L 1-3 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 3-4 at Gettysburg ..................................L 2-3 Lehigh ............................................L 1-2 Ursinus ..........................................W 5-1

N 11 Franklin & Marshall........................W 4-3 N 14 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 1-5

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1954 (2-6) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Muhlenberg ..............................W 4-0 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 1-2 Gettysburg ....................................W 6-0 Washington College ........................L 2-4 at Lehigh ........................................L 4-5 at Drexel ........................................L 0-3 Johns Hopkins ................................L 1-3 Bucknell..........................................L 2-3

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1955 (2-6) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Bucknell......................................L 1-3 Western Maryland ..........................L 2-4 Lehigh ............................................L 2-4 at Washington College ....................L 2-4 Muhlenberg ....................................L 0-2 Drexel ............................................L 0-3 at Johns Hopkins............................W 1-0 at La Salle......................................W 3-2

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1956 (0-8-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Washington College ........................L 0-7 at Lehigh ........................................L 2-3 at Western Maryland ......................L 1-5 Washington College ........................L 0-3 at Muhlenberg ................................T 3-3 at Drexel ........................................L 0-9 at Gettysburg ..................................L 1-6 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-4 Bucknell ........................................L 0-3

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1957 (1-8) Head Coach: Alden Burnham at Bucknell......................................L 0-4 at Lafayette ....................................L 2-6 at Washington College ....................L 0-5 Muhlenberg ....................................L 1-3 Drexel ............................................L 1-5 at Temple ........................................L 1-3 Ursinu............................................W 2-0 Western Maryland ..........................L 1-2 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 0-3

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1958 (1-7-1) Head Coach: Alden Burnham Bucknell ........................................W 3-2 Washington College ........................L 1-4 Temple ............................................L 1-6 at Drexel ........................................L 2-7 at Lehigh ........................................L 2-6 Johns Hopkins ................................L 0-2 at Muhlenberg ................................T 2-2 at Ursinus........................................L 1-4 at Western Maryland ......................L 1-4

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at Bucknell ....................................W 4-3 at Western Maryland ......................T 0-0 at Pa. Military College ....................W 3-0 at Saint Joseph’s..............................L 0-4 at Lafayette ....................................L 1-3 at La Salle......................................W 4-0 Temple ............................................L 1-2 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 1-2

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1964 (2-10) Head Coach: Loren Kline Lafayette ........................................L 0-3 Johns Hopkins ................................L 1-2 at Gettysburg ................................W 4-1 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-4 at Ursinus........................................L 0-1 Saint Joseph’s..................................L 0-5 Western Maryland ..........................L 0-2 Pa. Military College ........................W 3-2 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 1-2 Washington College ........................L 1-2 La Salle ..........................................L 1-2 Bucknell..........................................L 0-3

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1965 (7-4-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Washington College ....................L 1-2 at Lafayette ..................................W 3-2 at Johns Hopkins............................W 4-2 Lehigh ............................................L 1-2 at Western Maryland......................W 2-0 Gettysburg ......................................T 1-1 at Saint Joseph’s ............................W 8-2 Ursinus ..........................................W 1-0 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 2-4 at Pa. Military College ....................W 5-2 Temple ............................................L 0-3 at La Salle......................................W 3-0 at Bucknell......................................T 0-0

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1966 (7-5-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline Washington College ........................W 2-1 Lafayette ......................................W 2-0 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-3 Johns Hopkins................................W 2-1 at Gettysburg ................................W 2-1 Saint Joseph’s..................................L 2-3 at Ursinus........................................L 0-1 at Franklin & Marshall ....................L 1-2 at Drexel ......................................W 3-2 Pa. Military College ........................W 3-0 at Temple ........................................L 0-2 La Salle ..........................................T 3-3 Bucknell ........................................W 2-1

1967 (6-4-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline O 4 at Washington College ....................L 1-3 O 7 at Lafayette ..................................W 3-0 O 10 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 1-2 O 14 Lehigh ..........................................W 6-3 O 21 Gettysburg ......................................T 0-0


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Ursinus ..........................................W 2-0 Franklin & Marshall........................W 5-0 Drexel ............................................T 1-1 at Pa. Military College ....................W 3-0 Temple ............................................L 0-3 at La Salle......................................W 3-1 at Bucknell......................................L 2-3

1968 (10-3-1, 10-2-1 MAC) Head Coach: Loren Kline NCAA Regional Participant O 2 Washington College ........................W 6-2 O 5 Lafayette ......................................W 3-0 O 8 Johns Hopkins................................W 3-0 O 11 at Lehigh ......................................W 2-0 O 15 Philadelphia Textile ........................W 1-0 O 18 at Gettysburg ..................................T 0-0 O 25 at Ursinus ......................................W 3-0 N 2 at Temple ........................................L 0-2 N 6 at Franklin &Marshall ....................W 4-3 N 9 at Drexel ......................................W 2-0 N 13 Pa. Military College ........................W 5-0 N 18 %Temple................................(4 ot) L 2-3 N 19 La Salle..........................................W 3-0 N 22 Bucknell..........................................L 0-1 % NCAA Regional Quarterfinals

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1969 (8-5) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Lafayette ..................................W 2-0 at Johns Hopkins ............................L 1-4 Lehigh ............................................L 0-1 Rider ............................................W 4-1 Gettysburg ....................................W 4-0 at Philadelphia Textile ....................L 0-2 Ursinus ..........................................W 6-0 at Bucknell......................................L 0-2 Temple ............................................L 2-3 Franklin & Marshall........................W 3-2 Drexel .......................................... W 5-1 Pa. Military College ........................W 1-0 La Salle .......................... (forfeit) W 1-0

1970 (9-2-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline Middle Atlantic Conference West Champions NCAA Regional Participants S 22 at Franklin & Marshall....................W 6-2 S 30 Ursinus ..........................................W 6-1 O 2 Lafayette ......................................W 5-2 O 6 Johns Hopkins................................W 4-0 O 9 at Lehigh ......................................W 2-0 O 17 at Rider ........................................W 3-2 O 17 at Gettysburg ..................................T 1-1 O 24 Drexel ..........................................W 3-0 O 28 Pa. Military College ........................W 3-1 O 31 at Temple ........................................T 0-0 N 7 Bucknell.........................................W 3-0 N 17 %Penn State....................................L 1-2 N 20 #West Chester..................................L 0-3 % NCAA Regional Quarterfinals # Middle Athletic Conference Championship

1971 (8-1-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 22 Franklin &Marshall........................... W 3-1 O 2 at Lafayette ....................................T 1-1 O 6 at Johns Hopkins............................W 3-0 O 9 Lehigh ............................................L 0-1 O 13 Rider ............................................W 4-2 O 16 Gettysburg ....................................W 4-0 O 23 at Drexel ........................................T 3-3 O 26 at Ursinus ......................................W 3-0 O 30 Temple ..........................................W 3-1 N 6 Bucknell ........................................W 3-0 at Pa. Military College ....................W 5-0

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1972 (6-5) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Franklin & Marshall....................W 6-0 Lafayette ......................................W 4-1 Johns Hopkins................................W 3-2 at Lehigh ......................................W 4-1 at Rider ..........................................L 0-1 at Gettysburg ..................................L 1-2 Elizabethtown..................................L 0-3 Drexel ............................................L 0-2 Ursinus ..........................................W 4-0 at Temple ........................................L 0-1 Bucknell ........................................W 5-2

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1973 (6-3-3, 2-1-2 MAC West) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown..............................L 1-2 Frank. & Marshall ............ (forfeit) W 1-0 at Lafayette ....................................T 1-1 at Johns Hopkins............................W 3-0 Lehigh ..........................................W 2-1 Rider ..............................................L 0-3 Gettysburg ....................................W 3-0 at Drexel ......................................W 3-2 at West Chester................................L 1-2 Temple ............................................T 1-1 Villanova........................................W 4-0 at Bucknell......................................T 0-0

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1974 (6-3-3) Head Coach: Loren Kline Elizabethtown ................................W 1-0 at Franklin & Marshall....................W 7-0 Johns Hopkins ................................T 0-0 at Lehigh ........................................T 0-0 at Rider ..........................................L 0-1 at Gettysburg ..................................T 3-3 Drexel ..........................................W 3-1 West Chester ..................................W 4-1 at Villanova ....................................L 1-2 at Bucknell......................................L 0-1 Lafayette ......................................W 2-1 at Glassboro State ..........................W 1-0

1975 (10-2-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline East Coast Conference Regular Season Tri-Champions S 27 Franklin & Marshall........................W 1-0 O 1 Johns Hopkins................................W 2-1 O 4 Lehigh ............................................T 0-0 O 8 Rider ............................................W 4-2 O 11 at Gettysburg ................................W 2-0 O 15 at UMBC ........................................W 1-0 O 18 at Drexel ........................................T 1-1 O 22 at West Chester ..............................W 3-2 O 25 New Jersey Tech ............................W 4-0 O 29 Villanova........................................W 7-2 N 1 Bucknell..........................................L 0-1 N 5 at Lafayette ..................................W 4-0 N 8 Glassboro State ..............................W 4-2 N 12 #Rider ............................................L 0-1 # ECC West Playoff at Temple 1976 (10-3-2, 3-2 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline ECAC South Tournament Runners-up S 18 Elizabethtown ................................W 3-1 S 25 at Franklin & Marshall ....................T 1-1 S 29 at Johns Hopkins............................W 2-1 O 2 at Lehigh ........................................L 1-2 O 6 at Rider ........................................W 2-1 O 13 UMBC. ..........................................W 1-0 O 16 Drexel ..........................................W 3-1 O 20 at West Chester ..............................W 2-0 O 23 Saint Joseph’s ................................W 2-1 O 27 at Villanova....................................W 5-0 O 30 Bucknell..........................................L 0-1 N 3 Lafayette ......................................W 2-0 N 6 at Glassboro State ..........................T 0-0 N 19 #Old Dominion ..............................W 5-3 N 21 #La Salle ........................................L 1-2 # ECAC Southern Tourn. at Wm. & Mary

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1977 (8-5-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown ............................W 1-0 Franklin & Marshall ........................L 3-4 Johns Hopkins................................W 3-2 Lehigh ............................................T 2-2 Rider ............................................W 5-2 Gettysburg ....................................W 3-0 at UMBC..........................................L 2-1 at Drexel ......................................W 2-0 West Chester....................................T 1-1 at Saint Joseph’s..............................L 2-3 Villanova........................................W 5-1 at Bucknell......................................L 0-1 at Lafayette ..................................W 4-1 Glassboro State ..............................W 3-0 at Princeton ....................................L 0-1

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1978 (8-4-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline Elizabethtown..................................T 2-2 Franklin & Marshall........................W 1-0 Haverford ......................................W 4-0

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at Lehigh ........................................T 1-1 at Rider ..........................................L 1-2 UMBC..............................................L 1-2 Drexel ..........................................W 4-0 at West Chester................................L 1-2 Saint Joseph’s ................................W 5-1 Loyola (MD)....................................L 1-3 Bucknell ........................................W 3-1 Lafayette ......................................W 3-2 at Glassboro State ..........................W 1-0 Princeton ......................................W 2-0

S 19 S 22 S 26 S 29 O6 O 10 O 13 O 3? O 17 O 20 O 24 O 26 O 31 N3 N7

1979 (6-7-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown..............................T 2-2 Franklin & Marshall........................W 2-1 at Haverford ..................................W 2-1 Lehigh ............................................L 3-5 Towson............................................L 2-4 at UMBC..........................................L 2-5 at Drexel ......................................W 3-0 Rider ..............................................L 2-6 West Chester ..................................W 2-1 at Saint Joseph’s..............................T 0-0 Loyola (MD)....................................L 2-5 at Bucknell ....................................W 3-2 at Lafayette ..................................W 3-0 Glassboro State ..............................L 0-1 Princeton ........................................L 0-4

S 24 S 27 O1 O4 O8 O 11 O 14 O 18 O 22 O 25 O 29 N1 N5 N8 N 12

1980 (5-8-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown..............................L 1-4 at Franklin & Marshall....................W 1-0 Haverford ......................................T 2-2 at Lehigh ........................................L 1-2 at Rider ........................................W 2-1 at Towson........................................L 0-2 at West Chester................................L 0-2 Drexel ............................................L 1-3 at Loyola (MD)................................L 0-1 Saint Joseph’s ................................W 2-1 UMBC ............................................W 4-0 Bucknell ........................................W 2-0 Lafayette ........................................L 0-2 at Glassboro State ..........................T 1-1 Princeton ........................................L 0-4

S 16 S 23 S 26 S 30 O3 O7 O 10 O 13 O 17 O 21 O 24 O 28 O 31

1981 (4-11) Head Coach: Loren Kline at Elizabethtown..............................L 0-2 Glassboro State ..............................L 0-2 Franklin &Marshall ..........................L 0-1 at Haverford ..................................L 2-3 Lehigh ............................................L 0-4 Rider ..............................................L 0-2 Philadelphia Textile ........................L 1-4 West Chester....................................L 0-3 at Drexel ........................................L 1-5 Loyola (MD) ..................................W 3-0 at Saint Joseph’s ............................W 2-0 at UMBC ........................................W 3-1 at Bucknell ....................................W 1-0

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N 4 at Lafayette ....................................L 0-1 N 10 at Princeton ....................................L 2-4 1982 (10-5-2, 2-2) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 15 Elizabethtown..................................L 1-2 S 22 at Glassboro State ..........................W 3-2 S 25 at Franklin &Marshall ....................W 5-0 S 29 Haverford ......................................W 2-0 O 2 at Lehigh ................................(ot) W 2-0 O 6 at Rider ........................................W 6-2 O 9 at Philadelphia Textile ....................L 2-4 O 12 at West Chester ..............................W 3-1 O 16 Drexel ..........................................W 3-0 O 20 at Loyola (MD) ..............................W 2-1 O 23 Saint Joseph’s ................................W 5-0 O 27 UMBC..............................................T 1-1 O 30 Bucknell..........................................L 0-4 N 3 Lafayette..................................(ot) L 0-1 N 10 Princeton ................................(ot) W 2-1 N 12 #American ......................................L 1-2 # ECC Tournament at Bucknell 1983 (9-6-1, 2-1-1 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 14 at Elizabethtown ............................W 1-0 S 21 Glassboro State ..............................L 1-2 S 24 Franklin &Marshall ........................W 4-1 S 28 at Haverford ..................................W 2-0 O 1 Lehigh......................................(ot) L 2-3 O 5 Rider ............................................W 2-0 O 8 Philadelphia Textile ........................L 1-3 O 12 West Chester ..................................W 2-0 O 15 at Drexel ......................................W 1-0 O 19 Loyola (MD)....................................L 0-2 O 22 at Saint Joseph’s ............................W 2-0 O 26 UMBC ............................................W 5-1 O 28 at Bucknell......................................T 1-1 N 2 at Lafayette ..................................W 3-1 N 8 at Princeton ....................................L 1-5 N 11 #Drexel ..........................................L 0-1 #East Coast Conference Tournament 1984 (11-5, 2-1 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 12 Elizabethtown ................................W 2-0 S 15 Saint Joseph’s. ..............................W 2-0 S 19 at Glassboro State ..........................W 1-0 S 22 Towson............................................L 1-2 S 26 Haverford ......................................W 5-0 S 29 at Lehigh ......................................W 3-1 O 2 at Rider ........................................W 2-0 O 6 at Philadelphia Textile ....................L 0-3 O 10 at West Chester ..............................W 1-0 O 13 Drexel ..........................................W 2-0 O 24 at Loyola (MD)................................L 1-3 O 27 Bucknell ........................................W 2-1 O 31 Lafayette................................(2ot) L 0-1 N 3 at Franklin & Marshall....................W 1-0 N 6 Princeton ......................................W 5-2 N 15 #at Towson......................................T 0-0 ............................(Lost in shootout, 2-4) # East Coast Conference Tournament

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1985 (11-7, 4-3 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 11 Glassboro State ........................W 4-2 S 14 at Saint Joseph’s ................(ot) W 2-1 S 18 at Elizabethtown ............................W 2-1 S 21 at *Towson................................(ot) T 1-1 S 25 at Haverford ................................ W 2-1 S 28 *Lehigh..........................................W 2-1 O 2 *Rider............................................W 3-0 O 5 Philadelphia Textile ........................W 3-0 O 9 West Chester ..................................W 3-1 O 12 at *Drexel ......................................L 1-2 O 16 at Princeton ....................................L 1-4 O 19 Loyola (MD)....................................L 0-3 O 26 at *Bucknell ....................................L 0-4 O 30 at *Lafayette..................................W 2-1 N 2 *Hofstra ........................................W 2-0 N 9 Temple ............................................L 0-2 N 13 #at Lafayette ................................W 1-0 N 16 #Hofstra ................................(8ot) L 0-1 * East Coast Conference games # East Coast Conference Tournament 1986 (6-10-1, 2-5 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 10 at Glassboro State ..........................L 1-4 S 13 Saint Joseph’s..................................L 1-2 S 17 Elizabethtown ................................W 1-0 S 20 *Towson ..................................(ot) W 2-1 S Haverford ......................................W 3-2 S 27 at *Lehigh ......................................L 2-3 O 1 at *Rider ........................................L 1-2 O 4 at Philadelphia Textile .....................L 0-5 O 8 at West Chester ..............................W 2-1 O 11 *Drexel ..........................................L 2-3 O 14 Princeton ......................................W 3-2 O 18 at Loyola (MD)................................L 0-4 O 21 at Penn State ..................................L 1-3 O 25 *Bucknell ......................................W 2-1 O 29 *Lafayette ......................................L 1-2 N 1 at *Hofstra......................................L 0-5 N 8 at Temple ................................(ot) T 1-1 * East Coast Conference games

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1987 (4-12-1, 1-5-1 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline Temple ............................................L 0-2 at Saint Joseph’s..............................L 1-2 at Elizabethtown......................(ot) W 2-1 at *Towson ......................................L 0-1 at Haverford ..................................L 1-2 *Lehigh ..........................................L 1-4 *Rider ............................................L 0-8 +at Old Dominion............................L 0-5 +WIlliam & Mary ............................L 0-5 West Chester ..................................W 6-0 at *Drexel ......................................L 1-1 at La Salle ......................................L 1-2 Millersville ....................................W 4-2 at *Bucknell ....................................L 1-2 at *Lafayette ..................................L 1-5 *Hofstra ........................................W 4-1 Loyola (MD)....................................L 0-1

* East Coast Conference games + Met-Life Classic at Old Dominion 1988 (8-9, 1-6 ECC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 7 Eastern ..........................................W 3-0 S 14 Elizabethtown..................................L 1-2 S 17 *Towson ..........................................L 0-3 S 21 at Temple ......................................W 1-0 S 24 at *Lehigh ......................................L 0-4 S 27 at *Rider ........................................L 1-2 O 1 La Salle ..........................................L 2-4 O 5 at West Chester........................(ot) W 2-0 O 8 *Drexel ..........................................L 1-4 O 12 Haverford ..............................(ot) W 3-2 O 14 Saint Joseph’s..........................(ot) W 2-1 O 19 at Millersville ................................W 4-1 O 22 *Bucknell ........................................L 0-2 O 26 *Lafayette ......................................L 0-1 O 29 at *Hofstra..............................(ot) W 3-2 N 2 at Loyola (MD)................................L 2-9 N 5 at Bloomsburg................................W 2-1 * East Coast Conference games 1989 (7-9-2, 3-3-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 6 Eastern ..........................................W 2-0 S 8 Washington College ........................W 4-0 S 13 Elizabethtown..................................L 0-2 S 16 *Towson....................................(ot) T 0-0 S 23 *Lehigh ..........................................L 0-4 S 27 *Rider ..............................(forfeit) W 1-0 S 30 +Boston University ..........................L 0-3 O 1 +Massachusetts ..............................L 0-2 O 4 West Chester....................................L 1-3 O 7 *Drexel..........................................W 1-0 O 10 Haverford ......................................L 0-1 O 14 UMBC..............................................L 1-3 O 18 Millersville ....................................W 3-1 O 21 *Bucknell ........................................L 0-2 O 25 *Lafayette ......................................L 0-6 O 28 *Hofstra............................(forfeit) W 1-0 N 1 Loyola (MD) ............................(ot) T 1-1 N 4 Bloomsburg ............................(ot) W 3-0 * East Coast Conference games + Challenge Cup at Massachusetts 1990 (6-11-2, 0-5-1) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 1 +Virginia Military Institute ..............L 0-1 S 2 +St. Bonaventure ..........................W 3-1 S 5 Lafayette ........................................L 0-4 S 12 Elizabethtown ..........................(ot) T 1-1 S 15 *Towson ..........................................L 0-2 S 19 at Temple ........................................L 0-3 S 22 at Lehigh ......................................W 2-1 S 26 at *Rider ..................................(ot) T 3-3 S 29 at Millersville ................................W 2-1 O 3 at West Chester ..............................W 3-2 O 6 *Drexel .................................. (ot) L 0-1 O 10 *UMBC ............................................L 0-3 O 13 Marist ............................................W 2-1 O 17 Swarthmore ....................................L 1-2

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O 20 at Bloomsburg ................................L 0-4 O 23 Bucknell..........................................L 0-2 O 27 at *Hofstra......................................L 1-4 O 31 *Central Connecticut ........................L 1-3 N 3 at Philadelphia Textile ............(ot) W 2-1 * East Coast Conference games + James Madison Invitational 1991 (4-14, 1-6 NAC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 7 +Lehigh ..........................................L 2-5 S 8 +Fairleigh Dickinson........................L 0-2 S 11 at Elizabethtown..............................L 0-1 S 18 at Towson........................................L 1-3 S 21 James Madison................................L 0-6 S 25 Rider ............................................W 3-1 S 28 *Maine ....................................(ot) L 1-2 S 29 *New Hampshire ............................L 1-2 O 1 West Chester ..................................W 3-1 O 6 *Vermont..................................(ot) L 1-2 O 9 at UMBC..........................................L 1-2 O 12 at *Hartford ....................................L 1-6 O 16 Millersville ......................................L 0-1 O 19 at *Drexel ......................................L 1-2 O 23 at Bucknell ....................................W 5-1 O 25 at *Northeastern ............................W 3-0 O 27 at *Boston University ......................L 0-4 N 3 Philadelphia Textile ........................L 0-2 * North Atlantic Conference games + Lehigh Tournament 1992 (2-16, 0-7 NAC) Head Coach: Loren Kline S 9 Elizabethtown..................................L 1-3 S 16 Towson............................................L 1-4 S 20 at James Madison (7)......................L 0-4 S 23 at Rider ..........................................L 0-5 S 25 at *New Hampshire ........................L 0-5 S 27 at *Maine........................................L 0-2 S 30 at West Chester................................L 0-4 O 3 at *Vermont ....................................L 0-1 O 5 UMBC ............................................W 1-0 O 11 *Hartford ................................ (ot) L 2-3 O 14 Millersville ......................................L 1-2 O 17 *Drexel ..........................................L 1-2 O 20 Bucknell..........................................L 0-2 O 23 *Boston University (17) ..................L 1-5 O 25 *Northeastern ..........................(ot) L 1-2 O 28 at Lafayette..............................(ot) L 2-5 O 31 at Philadelphia Textile ....................L 1-3 N 4 Md.-Eastern Shore..........................W 6-1 * North Atlantic Conference games

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1993 (2-16-1, 0-7 NAC) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky +Richmond......................................L 0-3 +Md.-Eastern Shore........................W 6-0 at Elizabethtown..............................L 0-2 at Towson........................................L 0-5 at UMBC..........................................L 1-6 Rider ........................................(ot) L 1-2 *New Hampshire ............................L 0-2 at Bucknell......................................L 0-6


O 6 West Chester ..................................W 3-0 O 10 at *Hartford ....................................L 1-5 O 14 Wesley .................................... (ot) L 1-2 O 16 at *Drexel ......................................L 0-1 O 19 Millersville ......................................T 0-0 O 22 at *Boston University (15) ..............L 0-2 O 24 at *Northeastern ............................L 0-3 O 27 Lafayette ........................................L 0-3 O 29 Notre Dame (21) ............................L 0-4 O 31 *Vermont ........................................L 1-2 N 2 *Maine (at Boston, MA) ..................L 0-1 * North Atlantic Conference games + Mount St. Mary’s Tournament 1994 (1-17, 0-7 NAC) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 7 Georgetown ....................................L 0-3 S 9 +at William & Mary ........................L 0-3 S 10 +Virginia Commonwealth ................L 0-3 S 14 Towson............................................L 1-4 S 17 UMBC..............................................L 0-6 S 20 at Rider ..........................................L 1-2 S 23 at *Maine........................................L 0-5 S 25 at *New Hampshire ........................L 1-3 S 28 Bucknell..........................................L 1-2 O 2 at West Chester................................L 0-1 O 8 *Vermont ........................................L 0-5 O 11 Temple ..........................................W 4-2 O 14 *Drexel ..........................................L 0-1 O 19 at Villanova ....................................L 3-5 O 22 at *Hartford ....................................L 1-4 O 26 Lafayette (18) ................................L 0-2 O 28 *Northeastern ................................L 2-4 O 30 *Boston University (2) ....................L 0-3 * North Atlantic Conference games + William & Mary Tournament 1995 (5-11-2, 1-6-2 NAC) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 6 at Georgetown ........................(ot) W 3-1 S 10 Virginia Military Institute ................W 3-0 S 13 at *Towson .................................... L 0-2 S 16 at UMBC..................................(ot) W 3-2 S 20 Rider ..............................................L 2-4 S 23 Richmond ................................(ot) W 1-0 S 26 at Bucknell ..............................(ot) L 1-2 S 29 at *Hartford ....................................L 0-5 O 1 at *Vermont..............................(ot) T 1-1 O 6 *Boston University ..........................L 1-3 O 8 *Northeastern ................................L 0-3 O 11 at Temple ........................................L 0-1 O 14 at *Drexel ................................(ot) T 2-2 O 17 Villanova ........................................L 0-6 O 20 *Maine............................................L 1-4 O 22 *New Hampshire ............................L 1-2 O 25 Lehigh ............................................L 0-1 O 28 at *Hofstra ....................................W 4-2 * North Atlantic Conference games

1996 (9-8-1, 6-3 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky A 31 at Lehigh ......................................W 1-0 S 8 +at James Madison (15) ................L 0-7 S 14 *Towson ..........................................L 1-2 S 18 Temple ..........................................W 1-0 S 25 UMBC..............................................L 0-2 S 28 at Richmond....................................L 1-3 O 4 *Hartford ......................................W 1-0 O 6 *Vermont ......................................W 1-0 O 9 at Rider ........................................W 2-1 O 11 at *Boston University ....................W 1-0 O 13 at *Northeastern ............................L 1-3 O 16 Pennsylvania ............................(ot) T 1-1 O 22 *Drexel ..........................................L 1-4 O 25 at *Maine ......................................W 2-1 O 27 at *New Hampshire........................W 1-0 O 30 La Salle ....................................(ot) L 1-2 N 2 *Hofstra..................................(ot) W 2-1 N 10 #Northeastern ................................L 0-2 * America East Conference games + James Madison Tournament # America East Semifinals at Harvard 1997 (4-13-1, 1-8 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 5 +at Army ................................(ot) L 1-2 S 6 +Fairleigh Dickinson........................L 1-2 S 10 at Navy ....................................(ot) L 1-2 S 17 James Madison (7) .........................L 1-2 S 21 Rider ........................................(ot) T 1-1 S 24 at La Salle......................................W 1-0 S 27 at *Towson ..............................(ot) W 2-1 O 3 *Maine............................................L 0-1 O 5 *New Hampshire ............................L 1-2 O 10 at *Hartford ....................................L 1-2 O 12 at *Vermont ....................................L 0-1 O 15 at Pennsylvania ..............................L 0-1 O 18 at *Hofstra......................................L 1-4 O 22 Lehigh ..........................................W 1-0 O 24 at *Drexel ......................................L 0-1 O 29 at UMBC ........................................W 2-0 O 31 *Boston University ..........................L 3-4 N 2 *Northeastern ..........................(ot) L 1-2 * America East Conference games + Army Tournament 1998 (8-9-1, 4-5 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 2 UMBC..............................................L 1-2 S 5 +Howard ......................................W 2-1 S 6 +Mount St. Mary’s ..................(ot) T 1-1 S 12 at Temple ................................(ot) W 1-0 S 16 Lafayette ......................................W 3-2 S 20 La Salle..........................................W 2-0 S 23 at *Drexel ................................(ot) L 1-2 S 30 *Hofstra ........................................W 3-0 O 2 at *Northeastern ............................W 2-1 O 4 at *Boston University (19) ..............L 0-1 O 7 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-2 O 10 *Towson....................................(ot) L 1-2 O 16 *Hartford ........................................L 1-2 O 18 *Vermont ......................................W 2-1

O 23 at *Maine ................................(ot) L 1-2 O 27 Navy ..............................................L 1-2 O 31 at Old Dominion ..............................L 0-1 * America East Conference games + Mount St. Mary’s Classic 1999 (5-12-1, 3-6 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 1 Old Dominion ..................................L 2-3 S 3 +at James Madison ........................L 0-2 S 5 + George Mason..............................L 1-7 S 8 at UMBC..........................................L 0-2 S 14 at Lafayette ............................(ot) W 3-2 S 19 Temple ....................................(ot) T 2-2 S 22 Lehigh ....................................(ot) W 1-0 S 25 Buffalo............................................L 0-3 O 2 at *Towson ......................................L 3-5 O 5 at Navy ..........................................L 0-2 O 8 at *Hofstra ....................................W 4-1 O 10 *Drexel ..........................................L 0-1 O 15 *Maine ..........................................W 2-1 O 17 *New Hampshire ....................(ot) W 2-1 O 22 at *Boston University ......................L 1-4 O 24 at *Northeastern ............................L 0-2 O 29 *Hartford ........................................L 0-1 O 31 *Vermont ........................................L 1-3 * America East Conference games + James Madison Tournament 2000 (3-15, 1-8 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 1 at Fairleigh Dickinson ......................L 1-3 S 6 UMBC ......................................(ot) L 1-2 S 8 +William & Mary ............................L 0-9 S 9 +Old Dominion................................L 0-4 S 13 at Temple ......................................W 2-1 S 16 at Lehigh ........................................L 1-4 S 19 at Monmouth .......................... (ot) L 1-2 S 23 at Rider ..........................................L 1-2 S 29 at *Hartford ....................................L 1-4 O 1 at *Vermont ....................................L 1-2 O 7 *Towson ..........................................L 0-1 O 10 Navy..............................................W 1-0 O 13 *Hofstra ..................................(ot) L 2-3 O 15 *Drexel ..........................................L 0-1 O 20 at *Maine ......................................W 2-1 O 22 at *New Hampshire ........................L 1-3 O 27 *Boston University ..........................L 1-3 O 29 *Northeastern ................................L 0-4 * America East Conference games + William & Mary Tournament

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2001 (7-11-1, 4-6-1 America East) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky +Mount St. Mary’s ..................(ot) W 2-1 +at UMBC ......................................L 0-3 at James Madison............................L 0-1 Fairleigh Dickinson ..........................L 0-2 Rider ......................................(ot) W 1-0 Monmouth ....................................W 5-2 at William & Mary ..........................L 1-3 at *Towson ......................................L 2-3 *Hartford ........................................L 0-2

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O 7 *Vermont ......................................W 3-2 O 10 at Navy ....................................(ot) L 1-2 O 12 *Albany ........................................W 2-0 O 14 at *Stony Brook........................(ot) T 2-2 O 19 at *Hofstra......................................L 1-4 O 21 at *Drexel ......................................L 0-1 O 26 *Maine ..........................................W 6-0 O 28 *New Hampshire............................W 3-1 N 2 at *Boston University ......................L 0-6 N 4 at *Northeastern................................L 0-1 * America East Conference games + UMBC/Kappa Kickoff Classic 2002 (2-12-4, 0-7-2 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 6 $Lehigh ........................................W 1-0 S 8 $Lafayette ......................................L 0-2 S 17 at Rider ..........................................L 0-3 S 20 Fairleigh Dickinson....................(ot) L 0-1 S 22 UMBC ......................................(ot) T 0-0 S 25 at Monmouth ..................................L 1-2 S 28 Howard ....................................(ot) L 2-3 O 1 Navy..............................................W 2-1 O 6 Iona ........................................(ot) T 0-0 O 13 at *Hofstra (18) ..............................L 3-4 O 15 at *Drexel ......................................L 0-2 O 18 *Old Dominion ................................L 0-1 O 19 *William & Mary ......................(ot) T 1-1 O 25 *Towson ..........................................L 0-2 N 1 at *James Madison ..................(ot) T 0-0 N 3 at *George Mason ..........................L 0-4 N 8 *UNC Wilmington ............................L 0-2 N 10 *Va. Commonwealth (21) ................L 0-3 *Colonial Athletic Association games $ Lehigh Kickoff Tournament 2003 (4-11-5, 1-6-2 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky A 29 ^Virginia Tech ................................L 0-2 A 31 at ^Radford ..................................W 2-1 S 5 Monmouth................................(ot) T 0-0 S 10 Rider ............................................W 2-0 S 13 at Mount St. Mary’s ........................L 1-2 S 17 Lehigh ............................................L 2-5 S 20 at UMBC ..................................(ot) T 1-1 S 24 at Howard......................................W 1-0 S 28 at Iona............................................L 0-1 O 3 at *Va. Commonwealth ....................L 1-3 O 5 at *UNC Wilmington ........................L 0-1 O 10 *George Mason ........................(ot) T 1-1 O 12 * James Madison .................... (ot) T 1-1 O 15 at Navy ....................................(ot) T 0-0 O 19 at *Towson ......................................L 0-2 O 24 *William & Mary ............................L 1-4 O 25 at *Old Dominion ............................L 1-3 O 31 *Hofstra .........................................L 0-1 N 2 *Drexel..........................................W 2-0 N 4 Georgetown ....................................L 0-2 * Colonial Athletic Association games ^ Radford Tournament

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2004 (4-13-1, 1-8 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 1 at Georgetown ................................L 1-2 S 3 ^New Mexico (28) ..........................L 2-3 S 5 ^La Salle................................(2ot) L 2-3 S 8 Central Conn. State (24) ................W 2-1 S 15 Mount St. Mary’s............................W 7-2 S 18 at Monmouth ..................................L 0-1 S 21 Navy ....................................(2ot) W 1-0 O 1 at *George Mason ..................(2ot) L 2-3 O 3 at *James Madison ..........................L 1-4 O 9 *Towson ..........................................L 0-1 O 12 at Lehigh................................(2ot) T 1-1 O 15 *William & Mary ............................L 0-1 O 16 * Old Dominion ......................(2ot) L 2-3 O 22 at *Hofstra ....................................W 2-1 O 24 at *Drexel ......................................L 1-2 O 29 *Va. Commonwealth (23) ................L 1-2 O 31 *UNC Wilmington ............................L 0-3 N 2 at West Virginia ..............................L 0-5 * Colonial Athletic Association games ^ VCU Tournament 2005 (2-12-4, 1-8-2 CAA) Head Coach: Marc Samonisky S 1 at Villanova ....................................L 0-1 S 7 at Central Connecticut ..............(ot) T 0-0 S 11 George Washington ........................L 0-2 S 16 St. Mary’s (CA) ........................(ot) T 2-2 S 18 at Mount St. Mary’s ........................L 0-2 S 21 at Navy..........................................W 1-0 S 27 Rider ..............................................L 0-1 S 30 *Northeastern ..........................(ot) T 0-0 O 2 at *Hofstra......................................L 0-5 O 7 *Old Dominion (3) ..........................L 0-1 O 9 *William & Mary ............................L 0-1 O 14 at *Virginia Commonwealth ............L 0-4 O 16 at *James Madison ..........................L 1-5 O 21 *George Mason ..............................L 0-1 O 23 *Towson....................................(ot) T 3-3 O 28 at *UNC Wilmington ........................L 1-6 O 30 at *Georgia State ..........................W 1-0 N 3 at *Drexel ......................................L 0-1 * Colonial Athletic Association games

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2006 (6-8-2, 4-7 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy vs %Loyola ....................................W 3-2 vs %Adelphi ..................................W 2-0 at George Washington ..............(ot) T 0-0 Navy ........................................(ot) T 1-1 Villanova ........................................L 0-2 at *Old Dominion (13) ....................L 0-2 at *William & Mary........................W 2-0 *VCU ..............................................L 2-3 *James Madison (21) ..............(ot) W 3-2 at *George Mason ..........................L 0-1 at *Towson ......................................L 0-1 *UNC Wilmington ............................L 1-2 *Georgia State ..............................W 3-1 *at Northeastern ............................L 0-1 *Hofstra..........................................L 0-2 *Drexel..........................................W 3-2

* Colonial Athletic Association games % Towson Tournament 2007 (3-13-2, 3-7-1 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy A 31 at Duke (4) ....................................L 1-6 S 2 at North Carolina State ....................L 0-1 S 6 at Lehigh ........................................L 0-1 S 11 at Rutgers ......................................L 0-3 S 15 at Monmouth ..................................L 1-2 S 21 Fordham ..................................(ot) T 0-0 S 26 Saint Peter’s ....................................L 0-2 O 5 at *VCU ..........................................L 0-5 O 7 at *James Madison ........................W 1-0 O 12 *George Mason ........................(ot) L 0-1 O 14 *Towson ..........................................L 0-3 O 19 at *UNC Wilmington ........................L 0-2 O 21 at *Georgia State ..........................W 2-0 O 26 *Northeastern ..........................(ot) T 1-1 N 2 *Old Dominion ..............................W 2-0 N 4 *William & Mary ............................L 0-1 N 8 *Drexel ..........................................L 0-3 * Colonial Athletic Association games 2008 (3-13-3, 2-8-1 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy A 29 at Rutgers ................................(ot) L 1-2 S 1 Marist ......................................(ot) T 2-2 S 5 at Fordham ....................................L 0-1 S 9 Saint Joseph’s ..........................(ot) L 2-3 S 13 at La Salle......................................W 2-1 S 17 Monmouth ......................................L 0-2 S 21 at Rider ..........................................T 2-2 S 26 *Old Dominion ................................L 0-4 S 30 at Saint Peter............................(ot) L 1-2 O 4 at *James Madison ..........................L 0-1 O 8 at *Drexel ......................................L 0-1 O 11 at *Hofstra......................................L 0-3 O 15 *George Mason ..............................W 2-1 O 18 at *William & Mary ........................L 1-3 O 22 *Towson ..........................................L 0-1 O 25 *UNC Wilmington ............................L 1-2 O 29 at *Northeastern ............................L 0-1 N 1 *Virginia Commonwealth ........(ot) W 1-0 N 7 at *Georgia State ............................L 0-5 * Colonial Athletic Association games 2009 (7-12, 4-7 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy S 1 at Marist ........................................L 0-1 S 4 vs. %UMBC......................................L 1-5 S 6 at %Navy ......................................W 2-0 S 11 at Monmouth (24) ..........................L 0-3 S 15 Lehigh ............................................L 1-5 S 18 Rider ..............................................L 1-2 S 23 at Saint Joseph’s ............................W 2-0 S 25 at *Old Dominion ............................L 0-3 S 29 La Salle..........................................W 2-0 O 3 *James Madison ............................W 1-0 O 7 *Drexel..........................................W 2-1 O 10 *Hofstra..........................................L 0-6 O 14 at *George Mason ..........................L 1-3 O 17 *William & Mary (25) ..............(ot) L 2-3

O 21 at *Towson ......................................L 0-1 O 24 at *UNC Wilmington ........................L 1-2 O 28 *Northeastern ................................L 1-2 O 31 at *VCU..........................................W 2-1 N 3 *Georgia State ..............................W 4-1 * Colonial Athletic Association games % Navy Tournament 2010 (6-9-3, 5-4-2 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy S 3 Canisius ........................................W 3-1 S 5 Bradley ..........................................L 0-1 S 10 at Rutgers ..............................(2ot) T 2-2 S 15 Navy ..............................................L 1-3 S 21 Saint Peter’s ..........................L 1-2 (2OT) S 28 at Columbia ....................................L 0-3 O 2 *Old Dominion ......................(2ot) W 1-0 O 6 at *Northeastern ............................L 1-3 O 9 at *James Madison (25) ..................L 2-4 O 13 *Drexel ........................................W 2-1 O 16 at *Hofstra ............................(2ot) T 0-0 O 20 at *George Mason ..................(2ot) T 0-0 O 23 at *William & Mary .......................L 1-2 O 27 *Towson ........................................W 1-0 O 30 *UNC Wilmington ..........................W 1-0 N 7 *VCU..............................................W 1-0 N 12 William & Mary # ..................(2ot) L 0-1 * Colonial Athletic Association games (4th Place) # CAA Semifinals - Held at William & Mary (Number in parenthesis notes Coaches’ poll Top

2011 (13-6-4, 6-4-1 CAA) Head Coach: Ian Hennessy CAA Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Second Round A 26 Massachusetts ................................W 3-0 S 1 at Seton Hall..........................T 3-3 (2OT) S 10 at Canisius ....................................W 1-0 S 14 at Navy..........................................W 5-3 S 18 Columbia ......................................W 1-0 S 21 at St. Peter's ..................................W 4-1 S 24 *Georgia State ..............................W 1-0 S 30 at *Old Dominion (20) ....................L 0-2 O 5 *Northeastern ................................W 2-1 O 9 *James Madison ......................L 2-3 (OT) O 12 at *Drexel ............................L 1-2 (2 OT) O 16 *Hofstra ..............................W 3-2 (2OT) O 19 *George Mason ......................W 2-1 (OT) O 22 *William & Mary ............................W 2-0 O 26 at *Towson ............................T 2-2 (2OT) O 29 at *UNCW ............................W 2-1 (2OT) N 1 Lafayette ........................................L 0-3 N 5 at *Virginia Commonwealth ............L 1-3 N 10 Northeastern # ..................T 0-0 (4-3 PK) N 11 James Madison (20) # ......T 2-2 (5-4 PK) N 13 Old Dominion (18) #......................W 2-1 N 17 at Virginia $ ..........................(2ot) W 1-0 N20 at UCLA (4) $..................................L 0-1 * Colonial Athletic Association Game # CAA Tournament at James Madison $ NCAA Tournament

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– AAA – Acton, Bill ........................................1972, 1973 Adams, Albert ..................................1934, 1935 Adams, Gary ....................................1963, 1965 Adkins, George ..........................................1950 Aitken, Craig ..............................................2008 Allen, Samuel ........................1959, 1960, 1961 Alvarado, E.J.....................................2007, 2008 Anderson, George ............................1938, 1939 Anderson, Jeffery ........1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Arles, David ............................1984, 1985, 1986 Arles, Peter ............................1984, 1985, 1986 Armour, Samuel ..........................................1938 Arnold, Kent ..........................1978, 1979, 1980 Arpan, Justin ................2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Atkins, John......................................1974, 1975 Ashby, Chris..................1989, 1990, 1992, 1992 Avery, Donald ............................................1970 – BBB – Baierlein, Richard........................................1977 Ballas, Robbie ............................................1999 Banker, Paul ..............................................1970 Bant, William..........................1935, 1936, 1937 Barnes, William ..........................................1945 Bates, Brian..................1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Beardsley, Barry ..............................1962, 1963 Beck, George W...........................................1943 Begatto, Vincent..........................................1992 Bell, Wayne ................................................1931 Bender, Chris ....................................1973, 1975 Bender, Richard ..........................................1969 Berman, Norman D.....................................1943 Bernier, Marcel............................................1956 Berry, John ............................1976, 1977, 1978 Best, Roy ....................................................1989 Betts, C. Ames ..............1938, 1939, 1940, 1941 Betts, Harold ..............................................1951 Betts, Howard ............................................1949 Biddle, Garfield ......................1961, 1962, 1963 Biggs, Michael ........................1968, 1969, 1970 Blau, Tal ......................2004, 2004, 2006, 2007 Blechman, Melvin........................................1934 Bohdan, Vladimir ....................1955, 1956, 1957 Boulden, Ann ..............................................1981 Boyce, Albert ....................................1967, 1968 Boyce, Truxton..............1937, 1938, 1939, 1940 Boynton, King ........................1959, 1960, 1961 Brackin, Thomas ..........1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Bratus, Michael ..........................................2006 Brewer, Arthur G.....................1943, 1944, 1945 Bringhurst, George..................1926, 1927, 1928 Brodey, Robert ............................................1947 Brooks, Jack ..............................................1963 Brough, Kerry ........................1967, 1968, 1969 Brown, Lakieben ..............................1997, 1998 Brown, Thomas ................................1953, 1954 Brugger, Josh....................................2001, 2002 Bruno, Kyle ................................................2011 Buhl, Frank ......................................1955, 1956 Bullard, Andrew............1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Bullock, Jay ................................................1950 Bunting, Mike ............................................1998

Bunting, Roberts ..............................1957, 1958 Burt, Robert S. ............................................1982 Butler, Robert..............................................1942 – CCC – Cain, Noah........................................1940, 1941 Callahan, Carson ..............................1957, 1958 Calvert, Thomas J. ............................1976, 1977 Cann, James ..........................1945, 1948, 1949 Cappel, Dan ................................................1949 Carlson, Eric ................................................2001 Caroll, Christopher ......................................1983 Caruso, George ............1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Cassidy, Andrew ..........................................1995 Caulk, J. D. ............................1928, 1929, 1930 Cavalier, Steve ..................................2007, 2008 Chaloupka, George......................................1950 Chamberlin, Ray ........................................1998 Chambers, Leon ................................1939, 1940 Cherico, Carl ..............................................1959 Ching, George ............................................1954 Chomorro, Ernest ........................................1949 Christie, Darren ......................2007, 2008, 2009 Clark, Beverly ............................................1982 Cleaver, Walter ......................1968, 1969, 1970 Collingwood, Robert ....................................1951 Collins, Charles F. ....................1927, 1928, 1929 Colona, William ..........................................1945 Colona, William ................................1952, 1953 Combs, Chuck..............................................2001 Compton, Todd ............................................1994 Connell, Richard......................1951, 1952, 1953 Connors, Douglas ........................................1945 Conaway, Donald ........................................1959 Conway, William..........................................1947 Cooper, Jerome ......................1970, 1971, 1972 Cooper, Thomas ................................1964, 1965 Costello, Daniel ................................1992, 1993 Cowan, Allan ..............................................1947 Craig, Arthur G. ......................1930, 1931, 1932 Creighton, George ............................1972, 1973 Crompton, Charles ............................1933, 1934 Cropper, Richard D. ....................................1976 Crothers, C. ................................................1926 Crowley, Robert A. ............................1976, 1978 Cwiek, Eddie ....................................2002, 2003 Czerwinski Stanley ......................................1953 – DDD – Danaher, Paul ........................2006, 2007, 2008 Danforth, Nate ............2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Daniello, John ........................1987, 1988, 1989 Daniels, Scott................1993, 1993, 1995, 1996 Dannenberg, William ..............1970, 1971, 1972 Daras, Geoffrey ................................1979, 1980 Dare, Richard..............................................1952 Davidson, Jeffrey....................1995, 1996, 1997 Davis, Brian............................1989, 1990, 1991 Davis, Kyle ............................2006, 2007, 2009 Dedman III, James............................1948, 1949 Deegan, David..............1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 DeGeorge, Antonio..................1988, 1990, 1992 DeGeorge, James..........1986, 1987, 1988, 1989

Delva, Greg ................................................2006 Dempsey, Robert ....................1956, 1957, 1958 Diaconis, Robert......................1973, 1974, 1975 Dick, Bryan ......................................1999, 2000 Dielmann, Charlie ..................1978, 1979, 1980 DiFrancisco, Vincent ....................................1951 Dineen, John ....................................2010, 2011 Dipholo, F. ..................................................1932 DiSabatino, Eugene ....................................1940 Dodds, William........................1969, 1970, 1971 Donahue, Chris ............1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 Doordan, Bernard ..................1935, 1936, 1937 Doucette, Jeremy ..............................1999, 2000 Douglass, Carleton ......................................1940 Downham, John......................1972, 1973, 1974 Duhl, Seth ........................................1999, 2000 Dunbar, Mat ................1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Duncan, I. Newell........................................1944 Dusewicz, John ................................1967, 1968 Dyer, Clarence ..................................1958, 1959 – EEE – Eastburn, R. ................................................1936 Eckbert, William ..........................................1934 Edward, Jon-Curry ......................................2006 Edwards, Richard ........................................1945 Edwards, Ryan ............................................2002 Eiker. Earl ........................................1960, 1961 Egosi, David............................2001, 2002, 2003 Elliott, Frank ..........................1932, 1934, 1936 Ellis, Kyle..........................................2010, 2011 England, Ralph............................................1956 Englehart, Andrew ............................2006, 2008 Ensor, Scott ................................................1998 Erickson, Alan ........................1972, 1973, 1974 Esposito, Gregory..........1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Evangelista Jr., Richard ..........1985, 1986, 1987 Evangelou, Evans ........................................1974 Everett, Todd ................1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Ewing, Dale F. ........................1981, 1982, 1983 Ewing, Earle E...............1944, 1946, 1947, 1948 – FFF – Fahey, Edward ............................................1948 Faisal, Chibsah ..................................2009, 2010 Farrone, David............................................1946 Feigenblatt, Murray ....................................1945 Fellenbaum, Todd..............................1992, 1993 Fernandez, Jesus ....................1940, 1941, 1943 Ferrell, David................1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Finizio, Jean Claude ......1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Finn, Mark S.................1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Fisher, Richard ..................................1951, 1952 Fisher, Robert..........................1964, 1965, 1966 Flanigan, Adam ............2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Flink, Peter ................................................1962 Fontaine, Yoan ............................................2011 Ford, Ross ........................................1928, 1929 Foster, Biddle ....................................1950, 1953 Fox, Harold C. ............................................1930 Fox, Lloyd ..................................................1947 Fox, Vaughn................................................1950 Frey, Gerald......................................1984, 1985

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Frimpong, Evans ..............................2010, 2011 Fuchs, Siegfried ......................1963, 1964, 1965 Fuhr, Wayne ....................................1954, 1955 Funsten, Morgan ........................................2003 Furness, Robert ......................1972, 1973, 1974 – GGG – Galloway, George W. ..................................1930 Garin, Steve......................................1989, 1990 Garrity, Mark ....................................2010, 2011 Gaul, Eric ....................................................1995 Gebhard, Robert S.............................1978, 1979 Gee, Richard ....................................1957, 1958 Gerber, Jud ................................................1988 Gerow, William............................................1940 Gerstenfield, Dylan ....................................2009 Gillespie, Cole ..................................1995, 1996 Gimenez, Roberto ......................................2011 Glanden, Hayes ..........................................2003 Glanden, James ......................1963, 1964, 1965 Goeckel, Werner..........................................1962 Gonser, Andrew ..........................................1996 Gordon, Richard ..........................................1963 Gorray, James ..................................1959, 1960 Gottshall, James......................1940, 1941, 1942 Grabowski, Ted............................................1943 Grant, George ............................................1936 Grayson, Samuel ........................................1938 Greeley, Robert ..........................................1953 Grier, Warren....................................1940, 1941 Griffith, Paul ..............................................1935 Griffiths, Robert L. ............................1981, 1982 Groff, Jeremy ..................................1997, 1999 Gross, Floyd ................................................1949 Gruber, Eyal............................2009, 2010, 2011 Grzenda, Scott ..............1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Guidash, Robert M. ................1977, 1978, 1979 Gunter, Brian ................1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 – HHH – Haley, Michael ..............1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Hall, George ....................................1929, 1930 Hallett, James ............................................1935 Handloff, Alvin............................................1933 Hagerty, Mark ........................1983, 1984, 1985 Hagstoz, Frank ................................1968, 1970

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Haney, David ..........................1970, 1971, 1972 Haney, Matt..................2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Hann, Samuel ............................................1933 Hameli, Hamid............................................1983 Harding, Gary ........................1969, 1970, 1971 Harper, David..............................................1975 Harrell, Leon III ..........................................1977 Harrington, Elmer ..................1938, 1939, 1940 Harris, Edwin L. ..........................................1944 Harris, Greg................................................1981 Harrison, Paul G. ........................................1943 Hartzell, David........................1975, 1976, 1977 Haselmann, Guy ..............................1984, 1985 Hassenstein, Edwin..................1964, 1965, 1966 Haycock, Arthur ..........................................1960 Haynes, Kyle ................2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Helfman, Mitch ......................1989, 1990, 1991 Helwig, James ........................1970, 1971, 1972 Henderson, Harold ......................................1954 Henry, John D.............................................1944 Heppe, George........................1926, 1927, 1930 Hewitt, Courtney ..........2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Hickman, Harold ....................1932, 1935, 1936 Hildreth, John ............................................1958 Hill, I. D. ..........................................1926, 1927 Hinnershitz, Harry ............................1933, 1934 Hitchens, William B. ....................................1944 Hoffstein, Jules ............1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 Holden, James ........................1954, 1957, 1958 Hollens, Josh ..............................................2000 Hollis, James P. ..........................................1932 Honeysett, Mike............1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Horn, Thomas ..............1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Horney, Edward ......................1947, 1947, 1949 Hudson, David ..................................1998, 1999 Hume, Garrett ........................1933, 1934, 1935 Humphries, W. ..................................1936, 1937 Hurtado, Joaquin..........1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Hutchinson, David ......................................2006 Huxford, Harry ..........................................1946 – III – Ignacio, Martin............................................2011 Ingram, Brinton ................................1959, 1961 Irwin, Harry............................1939, 1941, 1942 Isaacs, Harold ............................................1949 Iskra, Michael ..................................1990, 1991 – JJJ – Jackson, Charles ....................1928, 1929, 1930 Jackson, Roland ..........................................1935 Jackson, Stewart ........................................1949 Jacobs, Henry L. ..............................1943, 1944 Jahanbani, Mehdi........................................1950 Jahn, Carl ..................................................1947 Jamison, Robert............1950, 1951, 1952, 1953 Jondal, Hans ..............................................1959 Jones, Chris ................................................2005 Jones, Harold C.................................1930, 1931 Jones, T. Richard ....................1959, 1960, 1961 Jordan, Thomas ..........................................1941 Joseph, F. A.................................................1935

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– KKK – Kaffenberger, James ........................1967, 1968 Kalinowski, Leon ..............................1952, 1953 Kammarman, David..........................1992, 1993 Kandra, Daniel ............1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Kandra, Michael............1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Karsnitz, James ............1969, 1971, 1972, 1973 Katman, Thomas ..............................1954, 1955 Keane, Dan ..................1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Keilbassa, Emil........................1938, 1939, 1940 Kelly, David ................................................1999 Kelly, J.D. ........................................1975, 1976 Ketchum, Robert ..............................1941, 1942 Keomanikhoth, Keith ........................1992, 1993 Kiliaan, Taco ....................................1992, 1993 Kinter III, John..................................1951, 1952 Kirk, Harvey ..............................................1968 Kirk, Lewis ..................................................1965 Kline, Ronald................1983, 1985, 1986, 1987 Knapp, Jack ................................................1950 Knapp, John................................................1952 Knarr, Neil ........................................1966, 1968 Koenig, Charles ..........................................1950 Konawalik, Nick ................................1999, 2000 Konizer, George ..........................................1962 Kovara, David ............................................1997 Krebs, Ronald ........................1980, 1981, 1982 Kreider, Nick ....................................1999, 2000 Krepps, Mike ....................................1998, 2000 Krewatch, Samuel ............................1929, 1930 Kuzan, John................................................1997 – LLL – Lampert, Francis ........................................1933 Larason, Robert ......................1964, 1965, 1966 Lauber, Harold ............................................1964 Laudeman, Matt................................2005, 2006 Layton, J.....................................................1937 Leedom, George ....................1967, 1968, 1969 Lee, Walter ............................1928, 1929, 1930 Legates, J. Edward ............................1941, 1942 Lemon, Stanley G. ......................................1944 Leonard, John ..................................2004, 2005 Lindbaek, Peter ..........................................1966 Lingo, Charles A. ........................................1930 Lingo, Jack ................................................1942 Liparini, Nicholas ..............................1990, 1991 Lippincott, Robert....................1935, 1936, 1937 Livingstone, Cameron..............1986, 1987, 1988 Livingston, E. N. ..........................................1935 Long, George ..............................................1951 Long, Richard ..............1926, 1927, 1928, 1930 Lorback, Todd W. ..........1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Lord, Kieth........................................1955, 1956 Lord, Robert......................................1962, 1963 Lupton, Albert ............................................1934 Lynam, Dursey............................................1933 Lyon, Thomas....................................1963, 1964 – MMM – MacCloskey, Robert ................1975, 1976, 1977 Mackey, Joseph ................................1945, 1946 MacKnight, Thomas ................1965, 1966, 1967

MacLeod, Robert ..........1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Maher, W. ..................................................1932 Mai, Edward ................1936, 1937, 1938, 1939 Majerick, Drew..................................2004, 2005 Mallia, Greg......................................2009, 2010 Malmstron, Lars ..........................................1988 Maloy, William ............................................1979 Mangat, Stephen ..........2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Mangione, John ......................1974, 1975, 1976 Marino, Mike ....................................2001, 2002 Markel, Mattew ......................1985, 1986, 1987 Marklund, Erick ..........................................1998 Marriott, Dean ........................1968, 1969, 1970 Marsden, Kevin ......................1977, 1978, 1979 Martell, Jeff............................2000, 2001, 2002 Martin, Don ................................................1951 Marvel, William ..........................................1936 Mason, Stuart..............................................1993 Matlack, John ........................1960, 1961, 1962 Maull, Edward ............................................1931 Maxwell, Thomas ....................1964, 1965, 1966 McBrearty, Jeffrey ........1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 McClaughlin, John ..................1952, 1953, 1954 McCloskey, John......................1975, 1976, 1977 McCord, Earl ................1935, 1936, 1937, 1938 McCready, James ........................................1975 McCrodden, Bruce ............................1967, 1968 McDade, Howard F.......................................1930 McGlinchry, Michael ....................................1965 McGowan, Christopher ............1992, 1993, 1994 McGroarty, Alex ..........................................2000 McKenica, John ..........................................1974 McKenica, Keith ................................1973, 1974 McKenry, Harry R. ............................1943, 1944 McKinney, William ......................................1950 McMullen, Robert ........................................1942 Meadows, Charles ..................1995, 1996, 1997 Meadows, Cheyney ......1989, 1990, 1991, 1993 Meadows, David................................1965, 1966 Mediate, Vincent ..............................2010, 2011 Meldrom, Steven ....................1993, 1994, 1995 Mercier, Christopher ..........................1988, 1989 Metz, Charles ..............................................1990 Meyers, David ..................................1962, 1963 Miller, Jim ..................................................1966 Miller, John ................................................1966 Miller, Joseph................1945, 1949, 1952, 1953 Miller, Stephen........................1971, 1972, 1973 Milne, G. ....................................................1926 Mils, Roland................................................1949 Mink, Kenneth ..................................1937, 1939 Minner, Delbert ................................1932, 1933 Minnis, Greg ..............................................2003 Miricanyan, Daren ............................1968, 1970 Molinaro, Anthony ..................2003, 2004, 2006 Monaghan, William ....................................1945 Morley, Ken ......................................1966, 1968 Morley, Roger ..................................1966, 1968 Morrison, Steve ................................1971, 1972 Morrocco, Guy ............................................1928 Morton, Charles ..........................................1940 Muldoon, William....................1978, 1979, 1982 Muller, Tobias..............................................2011

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Murray, Alec ....................................1934, 1935 Murray, H. ........................................1931, 1932 Murray, Howard......................1958, 1959, 1960 Murray, James........................1964, 1965, 1966 Murray, Richard ................................1948, 1949 – NNN – Nartey, Prince ............................................2011 Nash, Michael ........................1991, 1992, 1993 Nemfakos, Charles ......................................1990 Newman, Joseph K. ......1930, 1931, 1933, 1934 Newswanger, Troy ..................1983, 1984, 1985 Nicolaisen, Leif............................................1950 Niece, Stephen ............................................1960 Nuell, Kyle..................................................2011 – OOO – O’Connell, Dennis ........1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 O’Connor, Darren....................2009, 2010, 2011 Obold, Joseph ............................................1956 Olowolafe, Kenny........................................1997 Olowolafe, Tolu ..........................................2007 Onart, Sean ......................................1984, 1985 Ormsby, David ........................1986, 1987, 1988 Osborn, Hayler ......................1961, 1962, 1963 Oster, James E. ......................1978, 1979, 1980 Oswald, Patrick ................................1996, 1997 Owens, David..............................................1999 Owens, Robert ..................................1955, 1956 Owsley, Joseph..................................1969, 1971 – PPP – Palazzo, Daniel ................................1988, 1989 Passera, Xavier ..........................................1991 Patterson, Vernon........................................1946 Paugh, Bill....................2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Paul, Brandon ............................................2009 Paulin, Joseph ............................................1957 Paxson, Harold ......................1951, 1954, 1955 Pease, Thomas C. ....................1982, 1983, 1984 Pelin, John........................................1977, 1978 Pelouze, Mark ..................................1988, 1989 Pennock, Thomas ..............................1935, 1936 Peters, Kyle ................................................2003 Peterson, John ..................................1956, 1957 Petito, John R. ..............1978, 1980, 1981, 1982


Peto, Harold................................................1946 Pezza, Anthony ............2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Phillips, Bradley......................1994, 1995, 1996 Phillips, James ............................................1971 Pizzuti, Patrick........................1994, 1995, 1996 Polaski, Fred ..............................................1970 Potts, Curtis ............................1931, 1933, 1934 Potts, Leslie ............................1926, 1927, 1928 Potts, Rick William ..................1982, 1983, 1984 Povey, John ............................1945, 1946, 1947 Powell, Lou ............................1927, 1928, 1929 Prall, Horace G. ..........................................1944 Prettyman, James ..................1931, 1933, 1934 Pritchard, Jeffrey....................1980, 1981, 1982 Puican, Mark ................1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 – QQQ – Quillan, Harry ..................................1938, 1939 – RRR – Radowski, Mike ..........................................2002 Raymond, Ben ........................2009, 2010, 2011 Read, David C. ............................................1982 Redding, William ........................................1950 Redfield, Alexander ....................................1988 Refield, James ............................................1987 Reed, Donald ....................................1957, 1958 Reed, Evan..................................................2011 Rees, Michael..............................................1988 Regester, William ..........1952, 1953, 1954, 1955 Reid, Donald ..............................................1956 Reid, Justin ................................................2002 Reynolds, John............................................1947 Rhode, Chris................................................2003 Ricevuto, Chris ..................................1997, 1998 Richards, Enoch ......................1946, 1947, 1948 Rider, William M. ........................................1981 Riggin, Thomas M ............................1945, 1946 Riggins, Thomas E. ......................................1944 Ripper, James ..................................1964, 1966 Rishel, John ............................1959, 1960, 1961 Robbins, Neal..............................................1951 Robinson, Dwayne ..................1985, 1986, 1987 Roberson, Alvin ......................1961, 1962, 1963 Roberts, James............................................1950 Roberts, Oscar ..................................1946, 1947 Robinson, Jack............................................1942 Rodkey, Ben ................2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Rogers, Charles ..........................................1967 Rogers, Francis............................................1934 Romano, Justin ............2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 Rosenberg, Charles......................................1930 Roser, J. Henry ................................1926, 1927 Ross, Christopher ........................................1990 Ruprecht, Robert ........................................1978 Ruos, Edmund ..................................1956, 1957 Rusnak, Conrad ................................2008, 2009 Ryan, Christopher ..................1985, 1986, 1987 Ryan, Herman W...........1926, 1927, 1928, 1929 – SSS – Sacharuk, Serge................................1954, 1955 Samonisky, Marc ....................1967, 1968, 1969

Sandell, Ronald ............1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Santos, Jair dos ................................1950, 1951 Sapowith, Alan D.........................................1943 Saunders, Scott ................................1976, 1977 Sawyer, Stephen G. ......1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Sayer, Stephen..................................1962, 1964 Scheer, Jon ............................2008, 2009, 2010 Scheuhing, Robert ......................................1942 Schmidt, Andrew ..............................1951, 1952 Schorr, Lawrence ........................................1944 Schrider, Richie............................................2000 Schultz, Daniel..............1993, 1993, 1995, 1996 Scott, David ............................1945, 1947, 1948 Scott, Thomas..............................................1950 Sellers, John ................1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Searl, Ed ..........................................1966, 1968 Severini, George ........................................2003 Sevier, James ..............................................1939 Shadoff, Eric ..........................2005, 2006, 2007 Shaw, Thomas ........................1956, 1957, 1958 Shepanski, Bryan..........1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Sherlock, Walter......................1979, 1980, 1981 Shilock-Elliott, Kyle ......1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Shivery, Arthur L. ........................................1943 Shlikas, Edward ..........................................1988 Short, George..............................................1926 Siegele, Terry..........................1969, 1970, 1971 Siemen, Robert ................................1941, 1942 Singley, Richard ..........................................1953 Skinner, Glenn ............................................1955 Skinner, Jeff ....................................2001, 2002 Skirstad, Hans ............................................1961 Smallwood, Chip ..........1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Smith, Adam ..............................................2004 Smith, Andrew ..................................1994, 1995 Smith, J. ....................................................1935 Smith, J. H. ......................................1928, 1929 Smith, Paul B. ............................................1931 Smithson, Keith ..........................................1993 Snowberger, Ralph ..................1926, 1927, 1929 Solon, Kenneth............................................1980 Sokola, David P. ..........................................1976 Sokola, Ray ......................................1974, 1975 Sowinski, John T. ........................................1943 Spence, Steven ............1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Spiller, Sol L. ..............................................1943 Squires, Richard R.............................1978, 1979 Stanford, Michael....................1980, 1981, 1982 Steele, Dean ..........................1953, 1954, 1955 Steffen, William ..........................................1988 Stepek, J. Scott ..........................................1981 Stephenson, Demar ......2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Stevenson, Maurie ......................................1950 Steward, Clayton ....................1973, 1974, 1975 Stewart, James............................................1937 Stoltzfus, Kenneth ..................1983, 1984, 1985 Stone, Michael ........................2009, 2010, 2011 Strazzella, Antonio..................1926, 1927, 1928 Streilein, Andy ............................................2008 Surprenant, Matt ........................................1998 Swift, William..............................................1938 Svienbjornsson, Thor ..................................1956 Sylvester, Ian ..............................................2003

Synam, D. ........................................1931, 1932 – TTT – Tadjalli, Sal ......................................2004, 2005 Tadjalli, Sobhan ............2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Takacs, Zsolt ..............................................1958 Talarico, Anthony ....................2004, 2005, 2006 Talley, James ..............................................1950 Talley, Joseph..............................................1953 Talmo, Victor R. ..........................................1944 Tawes, John P. ........................1931, 1932, 1933 Taylor, Edward ............................................1952 Taylor, I. S...................................................1926 Taylor, James ..............................................1937 Thames, Taylor ............2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Thomas, Jason ............................................1994 Thomas, Patrick ................................1987, 1988 Thommen, Edward Jr...............1979, 1980, 1981 Thompson, Charles ............................1963, 1964 Thompson, Scott......................1977, 1978, 1979 Thompson, Willard ..................1952, 1953, 1954 Thompson, William........1936, 1937, 1938, 1939 Timme, S. ........................................1936, 1937 Tiorelli, Marcus..................................1929, 1930 Torkelson, John ..........................................1949 Tsuchitani, Scott ..........................................2004 Tracey, Dennis ............................................1970 Travis, James ..............................................1947 Triolo, Darin............................1994, 1995, 1996 Tugend, Frank ............................................1939 Tyler, James......................................1935, 1936 – VVV – VanAcker, J.D. ............................................2002 VanArsdalen, Warren ........................1951, 1952 Vansant, Donald..........................................1952 Vansant, Gordon ..............................1946, 1947 Vansant, J. R...............................................1936 Vaughn, Molloy ............1938, 1939, 1940, 1941 Vaughn, Steve ............................................1942 Vernaschi, Roberto ............................2009, 2010 Von Kleeck, Scott A. ..........................1981, 1982 – WWW – Wagamon, W. B...........................................1931 Wagner, Roby ........................1954, 1955, 1956 Walbeck, Carl..............................................1948 Walls, Kenneth........................1947, 1948, 1949 Walsh, Brian ................1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Walter, James W. ....................1941, 1942, 1943 Walter, Lindsey ......................1975, 1976, 1977 Walter, William............................................1965 Walters, Fred ....................................1957, 1958 Walters, Michael......................1980, 1981, 1982 Walton, Daniel ..................................1953, 1954 Waltz, Terry ............................1969, 1970, 1971 Warren, James............................................1938 Watson, Eugene ..........................................1957 Watson, J.W. ....................................1926, 1927 Watson, William ................................1979, 1980 Way, George ....................................1991, 1992 Weathers, Stephen ............................1979, 1980 Webb, Dave..................1972, 1973, 1974, 1975

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Webster, Brandon........................................1990 Weer, Gregory ............................................1970 Weinland, John ..........................................1956 Weinroth, Ralph ..........................................1931 Weir, James ................................................1995 Weldon, Ernest........................1928, 1929, 1930 Werner, Pat ............................2000, 2001, 2002 West, Haight ..............................................1949 Wharton, Guy ..............1937, 1938, 1939, 1940 Wharton, John ............................................1990 Whitcraft, David......................1980, 1982, 1984 White, Edwin ..............................................1956 White, Mike ................................................2010 White, Stephen............................................1987 Whitehead, Kenneth W. ..........................1981-83 Whittington, Kenneth ..............1953, 1954, 1955 Wichman, Gerald ........................................1967 Wilcox, Nelson ............................................1951 Wilda, John ......................................1958, 1960 Wileman, Bill ..............................................1966 Williams, Cody ..................................2005, 2006 Williams, James ..........................................1950 Williams, Robert T. ..................1978, 1979, 1981 Williamson, Paul ....................1955, 1957, 1958 Willis, Frederick ................................1959, 1960 Wilson, Chas................................................2011 Windon, Richard................................1971, 1972 Winner, Thomas ..........................................1991 Wingate, Jay ....................................1941, 1942 Wood, Phillip ..............................................1971 Wooten, Edward ..........................................1940 Wright, James ........................1963, 1964, 1965 Wright, Robert ..................................1976, 1977 – YYY – Yohai, Samuel ............................................1962 Young, Robert ........................1983, 1984, 1985 Young, Taylor....................................2004, 2005 – ZZZ – Zebro, E.J. ..............................1992, 1993, 1994 Zeller, Richard ..............2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Ziegler, William ..........................................1961 Zimmerman, John ..................1971, 1972, 1973 Zollner, Michael ................................2005, 2006

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CAMPUS LIFE The University of Delaware is a state-assisted, private institution of higher education that offers the best of public and private colleges. Delaware combines the personalized attention associated with small colleges with the diversified resources and programs usually found at major research universities. THE FACULTY The individuals most responsible for the attainment of academic excellence are members of the faculty. They have been attracted to Delaware from distinguished universities in America and around the world. Over 89 percent hold a terminal degree in their field. Though many professors have gained national and international prominence for research contributions in their disciplines, teaching remains a primary concern. At Delaware students are exposed to the most experienced professors throughout their academic career. THE UNDERGRADUATES Maintaining an exciting academic environment requires not only outstanding and dedicated professors, but talented students willing to accept academic challenge. By national standards, the University's student body is well qualified: the average SAT scores are well above the national average. Students entering the University typically average nearly 1,200 on the SAT. Over 70 percent maintained an average of B or better during their high school years; and the University attracts more national merit scholars then most comparable institutions and more than some Ivy League schools. MAJOR PROGRAMS With eight distinct undergraduate colleges offering 124 degree programs from which to choose, Delaware allows study in everything from accounting to agriculture, English to engineering, philosophy to physical therapy. The approved list of University courses totals over 4,000. Although University of Delaware class sizes can range from a minimum of one (independent study) to a lecture class of 300, more than 70 percent of class sections have fewer than 30 students. Classes are usually organized to include small-group discussions and the average class size is between 24 to 38 with the faculty-to-student ratio approximately 1 to 16. Students who choose Delaware are obviously impressed by what they find here. The average five-year graduation is almost 75 percent and the average retention rate for students from the freshman to the sophomore year is 89 percent. Additionally, approximately 90 percent of University of Delaware athletic letterwinners graduate with a degree. LOCATION Our location in Newark, Delaware, provides a comfortable small town college atmosphere. Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000, is midway between New York City and Washington, DC, and in close proximity to both Philadelphia and Baltimore. You can enjoy the educational and recreational advantages of these major metropolitan areas, as well as the white sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast or the ski resorts of the Poconos. The campus is only minutes from Interstate 95 in one of the most heavily populated corridors in the country, and the University is an active participant in a state that is one of the nation's top corporate centers. Our students and graduates are exposed to many research and internship opportunities just minutes from campus at major corporations such as the Bank of America, DuPont Co., Hercules, ICI Americas Inc., Morgan Bank, Chase Manhattan, and a host of others. In addition, more than 700 companies regularly recruit employees from the University's graduating senior class, putting the University of Delaware among the top schools in the Mid-Atlantic area for career placement.

Sixteen University buildings are listed on the National Register of Historical Places. UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEASURES OF SUCCESS • Best buy and more –The Princeton Review’s 2005 annual college guide, The Best 357 Colleges, gave UD four-star rankings for campus life and selectivity. Only about 15 percent of American undergraduate institutions are included in the guide. • The University of Delaware is the 11th best value in the country for out of state students at public colleges, and 13th best for in-state students, according to a listing of the top 100 schools in the January 2006 issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. According to the magazine’s article on best values in public colleges, “Our exclusive survey of U.S. public college and universities shines a spotlight on schools that combine great academics with reasonable costs.” For its rankings, Kiplinger’s looked at several measures of academic quality, including admission rates, student-faculty ratios, percentage of faculty with the highest degrees in their field, amount spent on instruction for each student, amount spent on library facilities and four- and sixyear graduation rates. • UD was rated a “best value” in the 2003 edition of Kaplan’s The Unofficial, Unbiased Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges. • The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) gave UD’s professional education programs an outstanding evaluation after visiting the campus in the fall of 2003. The team studied the overall organization of professional education and reviewed all UD’s programs that educate prospective teachers, administrators and school psychologists. Only about a third of the institutions offering professional education programs in the nation are NCATE accredited, and only about 20 NCATE-approved institutions have achieved an assessment as strong as the University of Delaware's. In addition, UD’s secondary social studies program in teacher education earned high praise from the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS). Reviewers there were so impressed with the program that they asked permission to share the report on it with other universities as a model.

• UD’s Elementary Teacher Education Program received top ratings from the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI), the specialty organization of the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, the only accrediting organization approved by the U.S. Department of Education. The ACEI report said, in part, “The overall assessment plan was well done…as most universities/colleges are beginCAMPUS The quality of education at the University of Delaware is enhanced by its Newark campus, a 1,000-acre ning their assessment plans, the University of Delaware is probably ahead of most. Very well done.” tract featuring stately elm trees and Georgian architecture that gives the University its picturesque and traditional atmosphere. • The school psychology graduate program in the College of Human Services, Education and Public Policy’s The Delaware campus is one combining beauty and function – an ideal learning environment. (CHEP) was named one of the best in the nation by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). At the University of Delaware you learn, but you learn about more than books – you learn about life. The three-year, specialist-level graduate program was scrutinized by NASP as part of the National Council for Interacting within the diverse 16,000 undergraduate student population provides growth for the total per- Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accreditation process. Of all programs evaluated in fall 2003, son. UD’s was the only one to receive an ‘A’ in every area evaluated, and according to NASP, that is “extremely Students have opportunities to become involved in government or planning the activities and policies of rare.” Only 57 percent of the reviewed programs received full approval. campus residence halls, dining halls, and more than 175 registered student organizations.

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Stony Brook • UD’s Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management was ranked seventh among the top 25 hospitality programs in the country, tying with one of the oldest such programs in the nation and placing ahead of many well-known programs. The survey, published in 2002 in the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education, gave UD high marks for its faculty, curriculum and students. Vita Nova, the restaurant in the Trabant University Center run by HRIM students, won the honor for best lunch buffet in Delaware Today’s 2004 Best of Delaware competition. One of the most popular restaurants in Newark, Vita Nova is consistently booked well in advance. • In the 2005 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” three UD graduate programs were ranked among the top 10 in the nation: physical therapy, fourth; and urban affairs and chemical engineering, both ranked ninth. In the 2006 edition, chemical engineering held on to its ninth place ranking, the College of Engineering was ranked 42nd and the School of Education was ranked 39th.

• Careers and Colleges Magazine selected UD as one of its “Cool Schools,” calling it “academically rigorous” and one of the “underrated gems” among American colleges and universities. • Alumni and friends value UD–UD’s first major capital campaign, the Campaign for Delaware, which began in 1998 as a five-year, $225 million fund-raising effort, far surpassed its original goal and generated more than $431 million. Since its inception, the Campaign has targeted key areas for funding: academic support through undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, discovery-based learning initiatives, improved library facilities, faculty support through endowed chairs and named professorships, facilities, equipment and unrestricted general support. The Campaign for Delaware has been successful in all these aspects and has, for example, made it possible to increase the number of endowed faculty positions from fewer than 10 to 106. University investments are now in excess of $1 billion, as recognized in a 2006 report of the National Association of College and University Business Officers. • Recognition by our peers–Some of the most influential groups in higher education today have great things to say about UD: • “Better than any University we are familiar with, Delaware has a clear sense of what it wants to be, namely, a University that offers a high quality undergraduate education with targeted areas of excellence in graduate education and research…. Today, the University is seen as a national model for the integration of information technology in every aspect of University life: teaching and learning, research and service, academic support and campus administration….” The evaluation team wrote that “these substantial achievements could not have happened without extraordinary leadership from the senior administration.” —Middle States Commission on Higher Education, April 2001 • “For several years now, both the members of the Boyer Commission and Reinvention Center constituents have been impressed and even inspired by the examples set by the University of Delaware in the reform and enrichment of undergraduate education. [UD’s Undergraduate Research Program is] one of the best in the country.” —Wendy Katkin, director of The Reinvention Center–The State University of New York at

• Beautiful and well-maintained campus–UD was singled out by The Chronicle of Higher Education as an institution dedicated to maintaining and preserving its campus, in contrast to the national problem of deteriorating facilities for higher education. Descriptions of UD in college guides invariably mention the beauty of the campus: The Princeton Review said that “the majority of UD students are pleased with the quality of life on campus and rave about ‘absolutely the most gorgeous campus anywhere.’” The Fiske Guide to Colleges wrote that UD has “all that the traditional college portrait entails: solid academics, rowdy athletic traditions, Northeastern beauty and all. Delaware’s spacious 1,000-acre campus is an attractive mix of Colonial and modern geometric buildings.” • Undergraduate research at UD is a national model–At any given time, at least 600-700 undergraduates are actively involved in research on the UD campus. Two-thirds of the faculty—and 90 percent of the engineering and science faculty—regularly work with undergraduates in research. Each year, about 300 undergraduate researchers present papers and posters at UD's Undergraduate Research Symposium, and undergraduates are routinely included as authors or co-authors with their faculty mentor on about 50-60 professional publications and presentations each year. Several students have gone on to receive national recognition for their work. • UD students are responsible computer users–UD is a leader in instilling in students the importance of responsible computing behavior. Before students can open an e-mail account on the campus, they must pass an online test that outlines the rights and responsibilities of computer use. UD offers a special educational campaign, called “The Code of the Web,” to raise awareness about responsible computing use issues such as bandwidth abuse and copyright infringement. The humor-based campaign features UD’s award-winning mascot YoUDee as an old-time Western sheriff using catch phrases from the era to make serious points, and it has received a positive response from students and faculty alike. The campaign has been promoted widely on shuttle buses, T-shirts, posters and coffee mugs, as well as in commercials that run during previews in the campus movie theatre and between technology assistance videos played on the campus cable television network. In August 2003, The Chronicle of Higher Education wrote about the campaign. In May 2005, UD was host to James Spertus, vice president of the Motion Picture Association of America and director of its U.S. anti-piracy efforts, and Richard L. Taylor, MPAA senior vice president of external affairs and education, who spoke openly with students about the problems associated with the piracy of entertainment products on college campuses. • Leading by example–The EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR) features the University of Delaware in a 2004 case study about campuses that are highly regarded for their ability to align Information Technologies efforts and investments with institutional goals and priorities. • Responsible behavior –The University of Delaware’s aggressive campaign to fight binge drinking has won it national attention. Since the beginning of the campaign, surveys on high-risk drinking conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health show significant declines in destructive behaviors by UD students. Data indicate that students are drinking alcohol more moderately, drinking alcohol with the express purpose of getting drunk has decreased, fewer students report having hangovers, missing classes and doing something they later regret and there has been a decrease in incidents in which students were insulted by others, became involved in serious arguments or quarrels, were hit or assaulted, had personal property damaged, had their sleep or study interrupted, were expected to “baby-sit” a drunken friend or experienced an unwanted sexual advance. • In 2004, the Education Development Center’s Center for College Health and Safety presented its Presidents Leadership Group Award to UD President David P. Roselle in recognition of the fact that UD was the first in the country to adopt a policy of parental notification when students break campus rules, particularly if they involve potentially dangerous activities. • Supportive parents –Parents of UD students put their money where their pride is! The Council in Aid of Education recently released a report that ranks the University of Delaware number one nationally in giving by parents of students and alumni to a public university. • Marine excellence–UD’s College of Marine and Earth Studies earned high honors from a national Sea Grant college review team that, after a campus visit, said the UD program is “in all respects considered excellent.” UD’s program is “unique and one of a kind in terms of its administrative structure within the University, its management, its high level of research, its outreach and its translation of science to its con-

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stituents,” the team wrote. • When the Founding Fathers were young–The University of Delaware traces its origins to a small private academy founded by the Rev. Francis Alison in 1743. The Rev. Alison’s first class was a remarkable one, possibly the most distinguished of any other class in any school in America. The class of 10 went on to become statesmen, merchants and scholars of reputation. Three of them--George Read, Thomas McKean and James Smith—signed the Declaration of Independence, and Mr. Read also signed the Constitution. Those three names are being memorialized on three new residence halls on the Laird Campus, one of which, George Read Hall, opened for the 2005-06 academic year. • Genius Award-winners–Two UD alumni have won the prestigious MacArthur Fellowships—the so-called “genius award.” Jacqueline Jones, a 1970 graduate who is now Truman Professor of American Civilization and chair of the Department of History at Brandeis University, won the award in 1999, and Charles Lewis, a 1975 graduate and founder and executive director of the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Public Integrity, received the honor in 1998. Peter Jeffery, an assistant professor of music at UD from 1984-87, received a MacArthur Fellowship in 1987. The Student Services for Athletes Program is committed to having Blue Hen athletes become champions • Accreditation–The Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics is one of only 400 institutions throughin the classroom as well as on the field. out the world accredited by AACSB International, the premier accrediting agency for bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting programs. Other agencies that accredit UD programs include the THE WRITING CENTER Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology Inc.; the American Dietetic Association, Commission on The Writing Center provides a place for students to seek help regarding any paper, thesis or writing projAccreditation/Approval for Dietetics Education; the American Physical Therapy Association, Commission on ect. Full-time professors are available at the center to assist the student free of charge. Accreditation in Education; the American Psychological Association, Committee on Accreditation; the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education; the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences; ACADEMIC the National Association of Schools and Music, Commission on Accreditation; the National Council for ADVANCEMENT OFFICE Accreditation of Teacher Education; and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. This office provides academic assistance in the area of study skills, time management, test taking, note taking and test anxiety. To learn even more about the impressive recent accomplishments by students and faculty on the University It also has a tutoring system for individuals and groups and a professional counseling center. This servof Delaware campus, check out the UD website at: www.udel.edu/PR/bragging/academic.html. ice is free and available to all interested students. ACADEMICS & ATHLETICS

COUNSELING CENTER

The University of Delaware offers student-athletes an exceptional opportunity. As a medium-sized This office offers individual counseling to all students free of charge in all areas pertaining to academUniversity, it offers the advantages of a small college with reasonable class size, particularly in a student's ics and career options, as well as assistance toward personal adjustments to college. major, while also providing course selection in over 100 academic majors. Additionally the University offers an excellent support system designed to assist all students. CAREER SERVICES CENTER The coaching staff at Delaware encourages team members to take advantage of the following programs: The University of Delaware Career Services Center provides an exceptional service to students in the areas of job interview preparation, resume development and career decisions. The annual Career Plans ATHLETIC SUPPORT SERVICES Survey indicates that over 90 percent of the students seeking employment have done so successfully. The Student Services for Athletes Program is designed to assist student-athletes to make the best possi- Students in many majors at the University are actively sought by major corporations. ble academic and personal adjustment to the University of Delaware. The University is committed to both the academic and athletic excellence of all student-athletes. MATHEMATICAL The coordinator of Student Services for Athletes works closely with coaches, faculty, and student servicSCIENCES TEACHING AND es personnel to help student-athletes balance the demands of their academic responsibilities and participaLEARNING CENTER tion in Blue Hen athletics. The center is designed to assist students encountering difficulties with math. This center is similar to the The Student Services for Athletes Program sponsors a fall orientation session for all new Blue Hen student-athletics.This session introduces students to information about the academic, administrative, social, and Writing Center where a student can either drop in or make an appointment for any problems they may have in the math area. athletic community at the University of Delaware. In addition to orientation, workshops focusing on academic, personal, and career development are READING STUDY CENTER offered throughout the year. When a student-athlete discovers the need for assistance outside the classroom, The Reading Student Center offers diagnostic and remedial services in areas of academic achievement he or she is assisted in obtaining a tutor at no personal cost. and literacy. Any reading or learning problems can be evaluated through this program. Students can find help Advisement about how best to use tutoring time is also provided. with the basics of reading, handwriting and spelling. The Student Services for Athletes Program monitors the academic progress of all Blue Hen athletes. Faculty provide information about current grades, class standing, and the nature of any difficulty a student-athlete may be encountering. If problems are discovered, individual conferences are held to develop strategies for alleviating them. There are times when a student-athlete may need help not directly provided by the Student Services for Athletes Program. When this occurs the coordinator of the program will assist the student-athlete in obtaining the best service from the most appropriate office on campus. Frequent referrals are made to academic advisement centers, the Center for Counseling, and the Academic Studies Assistance Program.

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Joe Biden Mike Koplove Olympic Medalist

Vice President

Joe Flacco NFL Quarterback

Susan Stroman Tony Award Winner

Chris Christie New Jersey Governor

Photos Courtesy of: Bob Burleigh (Koplove); Mark Campbell (Flacco); AP (Biden); Getty Images (Stroman); AP (Christie)

Since 2008, the NCAA has recognized the thousands of student-athletes who have succeeded off the field through a campaign known as...

Going Pro In Something Other Than Sports Below are a few of Delaware’s most celebrated student-athletes who went on to have succesful careers off the field...

Dave DeWalt CEO, McAfee, Inc. Robin Miller Host, Food Network

Delaware ‘86 Wrestling All-American

Dave Raymond Original Phillie Phanatic

Delaware ‘78 Men’s Lacrosse Captain Delaware ‘86 Women’s Lacrosse Captain

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John Wallace Former NJ Supreme Court Justice

Steve Mosko President, Sony Television

Delaware ‘64 Football Halfback Delaware ‘79 Football Punter

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ince its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State, and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary, and Yale are the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base. The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors and a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts also have been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers. In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and award-winning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Scott Green ................................................Referee, Super Bowl XLIV

Below is a list of some prominent Blue Hen alumni:

Daniel Nathans....................................................Nobel Prize Winner

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Steve Harris ......................................................Actor, “The Practice” Page Kennedy ....................................Actor, “Desperate Housewives” Mike Koplove..................................2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ............................................................Raven of the WWE Thomas McKean ....................Signer of Declaration of Independence Louis McLane ........................................................Secretary of State Tom Mees..........................................................Original ESPN Anchor Kevin Mench ..................................................Former Major Leaguer Robin Miller..........................Host, Food Network’s “Quick Fix Meals” Steve Mosko..............................................President, Sony Television

Adam Osborne ......................................................Computer Pioneer Mike Adams................................................Safety, Cleveland Browns Kurt Akeley ........................................Principal Researcher, Microsoft Susan Barnett..................................Emmy-winning Co-Anchor, CBS 3 Joe Biden......................................................................Vice President Scott Brunner ..............................................Former NFL Quarterback Thomas Carper ..............................................................U.S. Senator Bob Carpenter Jr. ......................Former Owner, Philadelphia Phillies Chris Christie ..................................................Governor, New Jersey Kenneth Daly....President, National Association of Corporate Directors Richard Dean ..................................................Fashion Photographer Dave DeWalt..........................................................CEO, McAfee, Inc. John Elias ..................................Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology Joe Flacco ..........................................Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens Yvette Freeman ............................................................Actress, “ER” Rich Gannon ......................................2002 NFL Most Valuable Player Bryan Gordon..........Emmy-nominated director, Curb Your Enthusiasm Robert Gore..........................................................Inventor, Gore-Tex

Ben Patrick ............................................Tight End, Arizona Cardinals Jeff Pearlman ....................................................................Journalist Larry Probst ..................Chairman, United States Olympic Committee Dave Raymond ............................................Original Phillie Phanatic George Read ..........................Signer of Declaration of Independence Omer Sabanci................................................Billionaire Businessman James Smith............................Signer of Declaration of Independence LizAnn Sonders ..............Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab Susan Stroman....................................................Tony Award Winner Mark Swinger ........................................................Pilot, Blue Angels George Thorogood ................................Musician, “Bad to the Bone” Dilshad Vadsaria ....................................................Actress, “Greek” Lodewijk van den Berg ..................................Astronaut, Challenger John Wallace......Former Associate Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court Wayne Westerman ..................Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology Marna Whittington ..........................................Director, Macy’s, Inc. Vic Willis ..............................National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

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