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Location: Lexington, Ky. Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 28,928 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue (PMS 286) and White Conference: Conference USA (men’s soccer only, rifle in GARC, SEC for all other sports) Stadium: UK Soccer Complex (3,000) President: Dr. Eli Capilouto (UAB, 1971) Faculty Representative: Joseph Fink III (Philadelphia Pharmacy & Science, 1970)

First Year: 1991 All-Time Record: 228-157-42 (.583) Home Record: 127-54-23 (.679) Postseason Record: 3-5 (.375) Last Postseason Appearance: 2012, hosted Xavier in first round (0-1).

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Athletic Administration Athletics Director: Mitch Barnhart (Ottawa, 1981) Deputy Director of Athletics: DeWayne Peevy Executive Associate AD/Student-Athlete Affairs: Sandy Bell Executive Associate AD/Internal Operations: Marc Hill Senior Associate AD/Facilities & Operations: Russ Pear Senior Associate AD/Corporate/University Relations: Jason Schlafer Senior Associate AD/Development: Candice Chaffin Senior Associate AD/Compliance: Rachel Newman Baker Senior Associate AD/Event Operations & Championships: Kevin Saal (Men’s Soccer Adminstrator) Senior Associate AD/Finance: Melissa Gleason Associate AD/K-Fund: Katie Eiserman Associate AD/Ticket Operations: Joe Sharpe Associate AD/Academics: Bob Bradley Associate AD/Men’s Basketball: Chris Woolard Assistant AD/Compliance: John Butler Assistant AD/Facilities: Scott Clark Assistant AD/Academics & Elibility: Heather McAtee Assistant AD/Marketing and Licensing: Nathan Schwake Assistant AD/Event Management: Rodney Stiles Assistant AD/Women’s Basketball: Ukari Figgs Assistant AD/Adminstration: Stephanie TraceySimmons

Media Relations Assistant Athletics Director: Tony Neely Associate Director: Susan Lax Associate Director: John Hayden (women’s soccer) Assistant Director: Evan Crane Assistant Director: Brent Ingram (men’s soccer) Assistant Director: Deb Moore Assistant Director/Internet: Pete Camagna Assistant Director/Cat Scratches: Guy Ramsey Media Relations Assistants: Jake Most, Weston Pletcher, Charlie Healy Office Coordinator: Jamie Holloway Publications Director: Craig Hornberger Creative Director: Kim Troxall Assistant Publications Director: Cailyn Huston Staff Photographers: Chet White, Britney McIntosh

Communications Media Relations Office: 859-257-3838 Media Relations Fax: 859-323-4310 Ingram Office: 859-257-8504 Ingram Cell: 859-608-6230 Ingram E-Mail: brent.ingram@uky.edu Student Assistant SID: Alex Combs Combs E-mail: amcomb3@uky.edu Soccer Office: 859-257-4059 Web Site: UKathletics.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Johan Cedergren, Cincinnati (2001) Career Record: 10-9-2, .524 (second year) Record at UK: 10-9-2, .524 (second year) Assistant Coaches: David Casper, Erik Imler GA Director of Operations: Marco dos Santos Strength Coach: John Spurlock Athletic Trainer: Walt McCombs

2012 Review Record: 10-9-1 C-USA Record: 4-3-1 Home Record: 3-5-1 Away Record: 6-2-0 C-USA Finish: fifth Letterwinners returning/lost: 10/12 Starters returning/lost: 6/6

Quick Facts/TOC 2013 Roster 2013 Schedule Johan Cedergren Bio Johan Cedergren Bio David Casper Bio Erik Imler Bio Support Staff Support Staff Support Staff Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios Player Bios 2012 Results 2012 Team/Individual Stats 2012 Team/Individual C-USA Stats 2012 Game-by-Game Stats 2012 Superlatives 2012 C-USA Recap/Awards 2012 C-USA Stat Recap History of UK Soccer Conference Championships Conference Championships C-USA History MAC History Postseason History Postseason History Year-by-Year Year-by-Year Year-by-Year Year-by-Year Series Records Series Results Series Results Honors All-Americans Barry Rice – All-America Letterwinners Letterwinners Individual Records Individual Records Team Records Team/Game Records Miscellaneous Records Miscellaneous Records Academic Honors TV/Radio Spot Chart

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ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Name Jack Van Arsdale Alex Bumpus Charlie Reymann Steven Perinovic Jordan Wilson Kaelon Fox Napo Matsoso Paul Sime Tyler Riggs Justin Laird Sam Miller Stuart Ford Bryan Celis Jaytoe Teh Isak Krogstad Jason Pitts Cameron Mohseni Ryan Creel Callum Irving Jacob Scearce Brad Doliner Michael Vieth Kristoffer Tollefsen Matt Quick Ben Perkins

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

Wt. 195 150 163 160 173 153 138 135 155 161 135 166 159 170 165 170 135 160 180 160 180 155 165 165 166

Pos. GK D D D D D/MF MF MF F F F GK MF D/F MF/F MF/D D/MF MF GK F/MF D MF MF MF MF/F

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

Hometown (Previous School) Richmond, Va. (Mills E. Godwin/VCU) Hilliard, Ohio (Hilliard Davidson) Worthington, Ohio (Worthington Kilbourne) Delafield, Wis. (Kettle Moraine) Auchterarder, Scotland (Dollar/Bearsden) Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier) Louisville, Ky. (St. Francis) Pointe-รก-Pitre, Guadeloupe (IMG Academy) Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier) Milwaukee, Wis. (Hartford Union/Wright State) Nicholasville, Ky. (East Jessamine) Shaker Heights, Ohio (St. Edward) Houston, Texas (Mayde Creek) Springfield, Mass. (Roger L. Putnam/Cincinnati State) Tromsoe, Norway (Norwegian College of Elite Sport) Crestwood, Ky. (South Oldham) Littleton, Colo. (Chatfield) Knoxville, Tenn. (Christian Academy of Knoxville) Vancouver, British Columbia (Winston Churchill/Burnaby Central) Louisville, Ky. (Ballard) Cape Elizabeth, Maine (IMG Soccer Academy) Evansville, Ind. (Reitz Memorial) Sandefjord, Norway (Sandefjord Videregรฅende) Arlington Heights, Ill. (John Hersey) Hong Kong, China (Brighton/Hong Kong International)

Staff Head Coach: Johan Cedergren (Cincinnati, 2001) Assistant Coach: David Casper Assistant Coach: Erik Imler Volunteer Assistant Coach: Lucas Richardson Director of Soccer Operations: Marco dos Santos Head Trainer: Walt McCombs Strength Coach: John Spurlock

Pronunciation Guide Perinovic: PER-en-o-VIC Napo: NAWH-po Matsoso: MAT-so-so Sime: SY-m Teh: TAY Isak: EYE-zack Mohseni: mo-SIN-ee Scearce: SCARE-sss Tollefson: TOLL-eff-SON Vieth: VEE-th

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SCHEDULE AUGUST 20 (Tues)

vs. Dayton (exh.)

T, 0-0

25 (Sun)

at Northern Kentucky (exh.)

T, 1-1

SEPTEMBER 1 (Sun)

GEORGIA STATE

5 (Thurs)

at East Tennessee State

8 (Sun)

IPFW

13 (Fri)

at Xavier

W, 1-0 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Gamecock Classic (Columbia, S.C.) 20 (Fri)

vs. Dartmouth

22 (Sun)

vs. South Florida

29 (Sun)

UAB*

4:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

OCTOBER 4 (Fri) 8 (Tues)

at Old Dominion*

7:30 p.m.

EVANSVILLE

7:00 p.m.

13 (Sun)

SOUTH CAROLINA*

1:00 p.m.

16 (Wed)

VALPARAISO

7:00 p.m.

19 (Sat)

at Charlotte*

7:00 p.m.

23 (Wed)

TULSA*

7:00 p.m.

26 (Sat)

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL*

7:00 p.m.

30 (Wed)

at Marshall*

7:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER 3 (Sun)

FLORIDA ATLANTIC*

5 (Tues)

WRIGHT STATE

9 (Sat)

at New Mexico*

13-17(Wed-Sun) C-USA Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.)

4:00 p.m. TBD 7:00 p.m. TBA

* Denotes Conference USA matches Home Games in BOLD CAPS All times are Eastern and subject to change

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HEAD COACH JOHAN CEDERGREN In his first 11 months on the job, Kentucky men’s soccer head coach Johan Cedergren – who enters his second season in 2013 – directed the Wildcats to their first NCAA Tournament berth since 2003 and its best team GPA in the history of the program. Cedergren took over the Kentucky program in December of 2011 as the third head coach in the history of the program. His 2012 season saw the Wildcats post one of their best seasons in school annals, as UK hosted the first round of the NCAA Tournament after ending the regular season sporting a top-25 NCAA RPI. The Wildcats excelled under Cedergren’s aggressive attacking style of play in 2012. Kentucky’s offensive attack was speared by goal-scoring threats Matt Lodge and Tyler Riggs, as UK finished with the 10th most points in singleseason annals, ranking fourth in corner kicks. Cedergren’s first-year impact could be seen directly in the offense churned out from Lodge and Riggs, who combined for 14 goals and seven assists. Lodge set program records in shots in a season and career, while Riggs continued to set his sights on UK scoring records. Lodge, Riggs and defender Steven Perinovic each earned All-Conference USA accolades, with Lodge and Perinovic each earning all-region honors. The Wildcats opened the Cedergren era with a grueling slate, which led to an 0-3 record and a 1-3 start, facing three top-25 teams to open the year. UK then rebounded, starting with a 1-0 win at No. 18 Louisville, kicking off a 94-2 record over its last 15 games. The Wildcats set a new program record for games played and wins against top-25 foes, also sporting its best road record since 1995 (6-2).UK entered the 2012 NCAA Tournament hosting berth against Xavier sporting the final regular-season RPI (No. 25) in the modernera history of the program (2003-present). Following the season, Wilder – an All-Conference USA midfielder in 2012 – was drafted in the Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft by FC Dallas. UK senior midfielder Charley Pettys was also inked to his first professional contract with the Los Angeles Blues in the USL. UK senior forward Gabriel Conelian also signed with the Portland Timbers of MLS, with Conelian playing on the U-23 development team. UK’s 2012 success was not limited to on the pitch, as UK compiled a 3.35 team GPA during the spring semester, the highest team GPA since the program started keeping records in 2001. A native of Sölvesborg, Sweden, Cedergren came to UK after spending five years with Dartmouth, leading the Big Green to the NCAA Tournament in each season, an impressive feat at an Ivy League program without athletic scholarships and significant academic requirements. A former standout player at the University of Cincinnati, Cedergren helped pace Dartmouth to the Sweet 16 in two of the five years, including two Ivy League Championships. The 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America Northeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year, Cedergren helped lead the Big Green to a 52-30-12 overall record, including a 22-9-3 mark in Ivy League play, with NCAA Tournament appearances from 2007-11. Dartmouth is one of just 10 programs to play in five consecutive NCAA Tournaments, the eighth-longest streak in the nation, winning the Ivy League title in 2008 and 2011. Highly committed to the student-athlete experience and success on the field and in the classroom, Cedergren’s Dartmouth teams won the NSCAA Team Academic Award for five consecutive seasons. In 2009, Dartmouth’s team 3.46 GPA was the highest in the nation, with Dartmouth boasting three Scholar-Athlete All-America honorees. Cedergren’s impact on Dartmouth could been seen directly in the individual achievements of its student-athletes, guiding two players to All-America accolades, two Hermann Trophy candidates, Ivy League Player and Rookie of 4

CEDERGREN FILE Personal Birth Date: May 31, 1975 Wife: Julia Children: Gavin (7), Abigail (twp) Date Hired at UK: Dec. 22, 2011 Education College: Cincinnati (2001) • Bachelor’s Degree Business-Finance • Team Captain, All-Conference USA Post-Graduate Degree: Xavier (2005) • Master’s of Business-Finance Playing Career 1991-93: Kalmar FF (Division I) 1994-95: Sölvesborg GIF (Division IV & III) 1996-97: Mjällby AIF (Division I) 1997-00: Cincinnati (C-USA) 2001: Cincinnati Riverhaws (A-League) Coaching Career Year Team Record 2001 Cincinnati (student assistant) 7-8-4 2007 Dartmouth (assistant coach) 11-4-3 2008 Dartmouth (assistant coach) 11-6-2 2009 Dartmouth (assistant coach) 10-7-1 2010 Dartmouth (associate head coach) 12-7-1 2011 Dartmouth (associate head coach) 8-6-4 2012 Kentucky (head coach) 10-9-2

Note C-USA Tournament NCAA Tournament NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament NCAA Sweet 16 Ivy Champions NCAA Tournament


the Year honorees and 28 All-Ivy League selections. In addition, Dartmouth players earned an invite to the Major League Soccer Player Combine in four consecutive seasons. Former Dartmouth head coach Jeff Cook – who coached Cedergren at Cincinnati – has been enrolled in the demanding UEFA Pro License coaching course throughout the 2011 year, requiring Cedergren to take on an enhanced role with the program, including coaching the team independently at times during spring games and preseason training sessions. Highly active in recruiting the Dartmouth roster, Cedergren found success coaching international talents, with the 2011 Dartmouth roster featuring six international players from five different countries. UK’s 2012 roster featured 10 international players. Cedergren played for Cook at Cincinnati, after playing at the highest youth level in Sweden for Kalmar FF, also participating in the national development program. At UC, Cedergren was a three-year letterwinner and an All-Conference USA honoree. A former team captain, Cedergren helped lead UC to its first ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 1998 and a final-season top-20 ranking. After concluding his playing career with a business-finance degree, Cedergren attained his master’s in business administration from Xavier University, while also working full time in finance. Before beginning his coaching career, Cedergren spent eight years working in business, including time spent with U.S. Bank (2004-07) and the Johnson Investment Counsel (2001-04). While in Cincinnati, Cedergren coached with the Cincinnati Classics Soccer Club. Cedergren is currently working on his EFA B Badge and has completed the NSCAA Premier, Advanced National and National certifications. Cedergren, 38, is married to the former Julia Greenwald, a native of Cincinnati. The couple has two children, Gavin (seven) and Abigail (two).

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT JOHAN “It is really exciting. We couldn’t get happier for him and his family. I am just delighted for him moving forward in his career, but also because I feel like Kentucky is the type of institution that we would hope our assistants move into when they have jobs. It is a great position to leave Dartmouth for. Of course we are sad to see Johan go, this is the right opportunity for him and his career. “Johan was a seriously competitive player and one of the best players I have ever coached in my over 20 years of being involved in college soccer. His passion for the game was very evident, even when he was playing. He was a bit older when I recruited him to the University of Cincinnati, so his final year in school, he was no longer eligible because of his age, so he took his senior year as a student-assistant coach. That was the first time that I saw his real interest in team organization, in putting real thought into building a team and the process, team management, all of those things that go along with coaching. That is when we knew he was going to be a really good coach.” “I have said this to a few people. I believe that his experience outside of the game, ironically, has really set him up well in terms of his professionalism, the fact that he has done his MBA, he has worked in the business world for a time. That helps him. I think he does a great job with preparation. That stands out to me. He is very current, up-to-date on sports science, conditioning and coaching. He is a passionate man. He wants to gain knowledge; he wants to see how he can be a better coach. For me that is one of the things that when you look across all sports and you see the top coaches, it is those that are always trying to get better. As a coach, once you start to think you have figured it all out, you are in trouble. He is so knowledgeable about the game. And our players really respect him and wanted to play for him. I feel that he was able to work with our student-athletes in the right way so that they knew that he could really help them become better players in college soccer.” - Dartmouth Head Coach Jeff Cook

CEDERGREN QUICK NOTES * In his first season, directed Kentucky to an NCAA Tournament hosting berth, its first since 2003, with the Wildcats setting a new program record for wins against top-25 foes. * Helped transform Kentucky’s offense into his signature high-paced attack, with UK’s scoring output rankings among the tops in school history. * Combined with his five years at Dartmouth, has now helped lead his team to the NCAA Tournament for six consecutive seasons. * As the associate head coach, guided the Dartmouth Big Green to five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, despite battling the obstacles of playing in the academic-restricted Ivy League without athletic scholarships. * The 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Assistant Coach of the Year, Cedergren worked directly with Dartmouth’s midfield and forwards during his time with the Big Green. * Committed to academic success, Kentucky’s spring team GPA was the highest in the history of the program and Dartmouth won the NSCAA Team Academic Award for five consecutive years. * Helped guide Dartmouth to a 52-30-12 overall record, one of only 10 programs to play in five consecutive NCAA Tournaments, the eighth-longest streak in the nation. * Mentored a bevy of individual talents at Dartmouth, including two All-Americans, two Hermann Trophy candidates, Ivy League Player and Rookie of the Year honorees and 28 total All-Ivy League selections. * Former All-Conference USA standout at Cincinnati, married to Cincinnati native, the former Julia Greenwald, living in the Queen City for 10 years, before coaching at Dartmouth. Johan and Julia have two children, son Gavin (seven) and daughter Abigail (two).

“Johan is a great hire for Kentucky. He was huge for me and Dartmouth during his time there. He really helped us jump the program to the next level. I had the chance to work with him after the season to get ready for the MLS Combine last year and he was huge for me there. He was that one missing link that we had as far as bringing his ideas and coaching ability that kind of brought us from being a competitive team to being a team that expected to win on the national stage. He is an important person and a lifelong friend in my life and I am just so excited that he has gotten the opportunity to coach Kentucky.” - LA Galaxy and former Dartmouth MF Dan Keat “The Kentucky program is one that has been on the cusp of national prominence for quite a few years. They have teetered in and out of the top 25 and the expectation for every program at Kentucky is probably to be in the top 10. UK’s hire in Johan is a guy who will very likely take you there. For the school, the program and the athletics department as a whole, there is a man in place now who will get things done for the program.” - University of Washington Head Coach Jamie Clark

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ASSISTANT COACH DAVID CASPER Assistant coach David Casper is in his second year as an assistant coach for the Wildcats and his sixth season overall in collegiate coaching. In 2012, Casper, who is the responsible for the goalkeepers on the Kentucky roster, helped lead the UK netminders to the 11th best goals against average (1.21) as well as a tie for the 10th-most shutouts (six) in school annals. Senior Jack Van Arsdale was a major benefactor of the tutelage of Casper as he posted 11th best goals against average (1.10) and shutouts (five) in school history while helping the Wildcats reach their first postseason berth since 2003. Under Casper, Van Arsdale also garnered All-Conference USA honors (2nd team) as well as being named C-USA Player of the Week and College Soccer News National Team of the Week after his sixsave shutout against No. 18 Louisville in Louisville. Casper comes to Kentucky after three successful seasons as the top assistant coach and goalkeeping coach for Division I Saint Francis University (Loretto, Pa.). During his time at St. Francis, Casper helped guide the club to back-to-back 10-win seasons for the first time in school history. While working with the keepers, Casper helped set the school record for shutouts in a season (11), ranking third in the NCAA in shutout percentage (0.61), sixth in save percentage (.864) and 11th in goals-against average (0.65). Casper arrived at St. Francis in 2009, helping the club post a win over the seventh-ranked team in the nation. After a year of working with the team, St. Francis had a breakout season in 2010, winning as school-record 11 games and six in conference play. The team finished with a No. 2 final NSCAA North Atlantic Region ranking and the highest RPI in school annals. While at St. Francis, Casper worked directly with the goalkeepers, in addition to assisting in all aspects of planning and conducting training sessions, game analysis, scouting, recruiting, team travel, fundraising, equipment management, community relations and academic monitoring. Before coming to St. Francis, Casper coached as the primary assistant and goalkeepers coach at William Paterson University (Wayne, N.J.). He assisted in planning and conducting training and assisting with the day-today management of the program. In 2008, William Paterson collected 13 wins, including five in conference play to finish the season ranked No. 22 in the NSCAA national poll. William Paterson finished third in the NSCAA Metro Region, winning the ECAC Metro Region Championship. William Paterson won its first postseason championship since 1975 and set a school-record with nine shutouts in 2008. Casper spent two seasons (2004-05) working as the assistant coach and head junior varsity coach at Timothy Christian High School in Piscataway, N.J., where he was responsible for on-field coaching, planning and conducting training sessions. In 2003, he was the head coach at Somerset Christian Academy in Zarephath, N.J. He has additional experience as a trainer for the N.Y. Red Bulls Regional Development School (2006-08), where he worked with under-14 field players and goalkeepers. In 2008, he was the trainer for Competitive Goalkeeping in Bridgewater, N.J., training a variety of different ages and levels of keepers. Casper has a variety of experience in summer camps, coaching at St. Francis, Notre Dame, Navy, Michigan State, Rhode Island and Victory Sports Camps. Casper had a standout player career as a goalkeeper at Wheaton College (Ill.) and Messiah College (Pa.).While at Wheaton, he had a 0.63 goalsagainst average in 2001, with five shutouts. After transferring to Messiah College, he served as the starter on the 2002 Division III National Champions, totaling a 0.40 goals-against average and a school-record 16.5 shutouts. In 2006-07, he served as the starting keeper for William Paterson, posting eight shutouts. Following his collegiate career, Casper had a 6 trial with Independiente de Medellin, in the Colombia First Division.


ASSISTANT COACH ERIK IMLER National Team, Imler has served as technical advisor for the U.S. Soccer Development Academy (Great Lakes Territory). In that role, he scouted all youth players in the Great Lakes territory (Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Western Pennsylvania, Northern Kentucky and Colorado). In 2005, Imler founded the Boot Room Soccer School in Waxhaw, N.C., a soccer training resource that was focused on developing innovative training programs for all ages and skill levels. He worked directly in developing mentoring and coaching programs for all college bound student-athletes and was charged with managing all financial aspects of the business. In 2008, he was a presenter at the NSCAA Convention in Baltimore, Md. A native of Bowie, Md., Imler earned his bachelor of science in education from the University of Virginia in 1993. Imler has his USSF “A” Coaching License in 2010 and is an accredited trainer in certified speed, agility and quickness by the National Endurance Sports Trainers Association. Imler is married to the former Claudine Maas and the couple have a 13-year old daughter named Jordan and an eight-year old son, Evan.

Former University of Virginia three-time NCAA Champion and United States Olympic veteran Erik Imler is in his second year as an assistant coach at UK. In 2012, Imler transformed a backline which started at times two freshmen and two upperclassmen into a solid wall in front of the keeper. Under Imler’s tutelage Kentucky reached the postseason for the first time since 2003. The backline was key for the Wildcats as the squad posted the fourthbest goals against average in the Conference USA as well as posting the second-fewest goals allowed in the league. The anchor of the backline, senior centerback Steven Perinovic started all 21 games in the Kentucky kit in 2012 and with Imler’s guidance produced his finest year to date by being selected first-team All C-USA as well as earning C-USA All-Tournament team honors. One of the more decorated players in Virginia school history, Imler won three national championships at Virginia (1989, 1991, 1992) as a star midfielder and defender. Soccer America honored Imler’s playing career as a member of the Team of the Century and on the 1990’s Team of the Decade. A two-time All-American at Virginia, Imler was a ParadeMagazine High School All-American during his prep career. Imler is also a veteran of the United States Olympic (1991-92; Barcelona, Spain) and National Teams (1991-93), in addition to two years on the U.S. Youth National Team (1985-87). Imler notched a full international cap with the U.S.A. National Team in 1993. In the 1992 Olympic Games, Imler started all six games and scored a goal and added an assist vs. Poland, who won the Silver Medal. Following his career at UVA, Imler embarked on a successful professional soccer career, playing a year with the United Soccer League (Delaware Wizards and Raleigh Flyers). He also played for the D.C. United and the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer from 199697, before playing in the A-League for the Charleston Battery and the Lehigh Valley Steam. Imler helped lead D.C. United to the MLS Championship in 1996. Imler was drafted in the third round (30th overall) in the 1996 MLS Inaugural Player Draft, playing in 19 games while helping lead D.C. United to the title. After his standout playing career on the collegiate and professional level, Imler began an assistant coaching career with a season at his alma mater, coaching at Virginia in 1993. He then moved to The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. (1998-99), before taking the head coaching job with the Belmont Abbey women’s soccer program in 2009-10. During his season as the head coach of Belmont Abbey College, Imler led the team to a 17-3-3 record, before becoming an assistant coach with the U.S.A. men’s national under-17 team. Imler comes to Kentucky after a two-year stint as an assistant coach from the United States U17 Men’s National Team. He was charged with training the reserve players when the first team was traveling domestically and internationally. He played a major role with younger group of residency players and assisted the head coach in younger group residency players in an international tournament in Montaigu, France. He was highly active in coordinating, planning and executing the training of the team, in addition to scheduling all local games and scrimmages for the first and second teams. He helped track the progress of all current cycle age group players for consideration in the next residency program cycle. He was highly active in scouting USYSA National Events, US Soccer National League events and US Soccer Developmental Academy events. In addition to his role as an assistant coach with the U.S. U18 Men’s 7


SUPPORT STAFF MARCO DOS SANTOS

HEATHER MCATEE

Marco dos Santos is in his second year as the director of operations with the University of Kentucky Men’s Soccer team after playing for the squad from 2008-2009. A native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, dos Santos is in charged with the task of the day-to-day operations management of the UK soccer program as well as assisting in the overall coordination of the program including the scheduling and operations of UK’s soccer camps. Dos Santos is also the coordinator of all the travel plans for the team on the road and is involved in both the planning and execution of the practice plans for the team. Daily management of the UK soccer office is also under the eye of Dos Santos. A two-year member of the soccer program, dos Santos won the Conference USA Newcomer of the Year in 2008 after recording five goals to go along with handing out four assists while seeing action in 15 games. His senior season in 2009 saw the Wildcats reach the C-USA Tournament after posting 13-6-0 record with dos Santos netting a goal and connecting on three assists. In 2010, dos Santos graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion with a focus on Exercise Science. Since then, he has been a coach and director for Tetra Brazil as well as Commonwealth Soccer and Georgetown Youth Soccer in central Kentucky with dos Santos was awarded the Tetra Brazil Leadership Award in 2011.

Heather McAtee is in her seventh year at the University of Kentucky. As the assistant athletics director for academics and eligibility, her main duties include overseeing the eligibility certification process, the APR collection and submission process, the sport agent registration process, all waiver submissions and the secondary violation reporting process. Prior to coming to the University of Kentucky, McAtee was the director of compliance at Florida State University from 2002-06 and the compliance assistant at Vanderbilt University from 2000-02. McAtee received a Bachelor of Science and Applied Science in Food and Nutrition/Dietetics from Youngstown State University in 1999. While at Youngstown State, she was a two-time captain of the Women’s Swimming and Diving Team. She was also the President of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and a member of the Steering Committee for NCAA Certification. McAtee, born in Youngstown, Ohio, received her Master’s degree in Sport Administration from Florida State in 2000.

ALYX AYER Alyx Ayer is in her third year as the assistant marketing director for UK athletics. A native of Honolulu, Hawaii, Ayer joined the UK marketing staff during the fall of 2011, and works primarily with the men’s and women’s soccer, gymnastics and softball programs. Ayer worked directly with her assigned sports in the promotion and management of its brand, in addition to her day-to-day responsibilities in the marketing office. In addition to her sport responsibilities in UK marketing, Ayer also coordinates UK’s facebook athletics page and manages a staff of 19 interns and graduate assistants. Ayer joined the UK staff after a successful four year stint at her alma mater, Seton Hall University. At SHU, Ayer was the athletics marketing manager, coordinating marketing, ticketing and branding strategy for 14 intercollegiate sports. She worked directly with the men’s and women’s soccer program, volleyball, baseball and softball and spearheaded game presentation actives for men’s and women’s basketball. Ayer was the sport administrator for the pep band and the spirit squad, also managing the SHU social media and overseeing the student and graduate assistant staff. Before joining SHU full time, Ayer was a marketing intern as an undergraduate student helping design marketing campaigns for men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and men’s and women’s soccer. In addition to her experience at SHU, Ayer also worked as an office intern for the Potomac Nationals in the Washington Nationals organization and as the suite sales and services intern for Madison Square Garden. Ayer received her bachelor of science from SHU in 2008 in business administration, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors, and is currently working on her master’s degree in strategic communication. Ayer is a daughter of Cliff and Bernye Ayer.

KEVIN SAAL Kevin Saal is in his seventh year with the Kentucky staff after joining the Wildcats in February 2007 and is in his first year as the senior associate athletics director for operations. In 2010, Saal moved into a role as the sport administrator for the men’s soccer program, working directly with UK’s coaches and student-athletes. Day to day, Saal oversees and directs event management, game operations, facilities and sports turf efforts in support of all athletic events and SEC/NCAA post-season championships hosted in UK Athletics facilities. Saal came to UK after a two-year stint at the University of MissouriKansas City, as Director of Operations, overseeing event management, facilities and the athletic ticket office, in addition to participating in annual ticket sales and fundraising efforts. From 2000-05, Saal served in event management at Kansas State. In this role, he coordinated the day-to-day operations of athletics facilities and event management for all athletic and non-athletic events to include management of a 200-member event staff, facility scheduling and budget management. While at K-State Saal held operational responsibilities for numerous Big 12 and NCAA Championship events. In addition, Saal coordinated planning and management of all travel logistics for the Kansas State football program. Before assuming the event management position at Kansas State, Saal served for one year as the rowing and golf administrative assistant for the Wildcats. In addition to day-to-day office operations, Saal was responsible for the preparation, administration and analysis of multiple sports budgets, assisting with NCAA compliance, recruiting, and coordinating all aspects of team travel. Saal graduated from the University of Kansas with a master’s degree in education and sports administration in 2000. After a successful one-year stint with the University of Arkansas swimming and diving program, he received his undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University in 1999 where he was a three-year letter winner and NCAA participant on the Horned Frog swimming and diving squad. Saal and his wife Jennifer have two children, Jacob (13) and Alex (11).

SCOTT GEISINGER Scott Geisinger is in his first year as the event manager for the Kentucky men’s soccer program. Geisinger also serves in the same role for UK’s track and field program and as the assistant event manager for UK football and baseball. Geisinger joined the UK full-time staff after a successful year with UK as its graduate assistant for event management in 2012-13. As the GA in the event management office, Geisinger was 8


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charged with UK’s rifle and swimming and diving programs. He also assisted in the game management duties for football, women’s basketball, track and field and baseball. During his time at Kentucky, Geisinger has worked several notable events as the assistant director, including the 2013 NCAA Softball Lexington Regional, the 2013 SEC Softball Tournament, the 2012 NCAA Volleyball first and second rounds and the 2012 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tournaments. He joined the UK staff as a volunteer intern in the event management office in February of 2012, assisting with game operations during the spring semester, working directly with UK’s hosting of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships and UK’s record-setting 2012 baseball season. Before working with UK, Geisinger worked in the ticket office for the Lexington Legends, a minor league affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. Geisinger earned his bachelor of arts in arts and sciences with a specialization in economics and sociology. He earned his master’s degree in kinesiology and health promotions, specializing in sports leadership in 2013. He rank track at UK from 2005-09, competing in middle-distance and was a four-year letterwinner.

Brent Ingram is in his eighth year as the assistant director of media relations at Kentucky and in his 10th year working in the UK media relations office. Ingram is responsible for all the publicity efforts for the UK baseball and men’s soccer programs, and functions as the secondary web coordinator for Kentucky’s athletics website, UKathletics.com. As the baseball and soccer contact, Ingram coordinates all media requests, in addition to writing and editing Kentucky media guides, game notes and press releases, also maintaining and editing all social media website presences, with UK ranking No. 18 in the NCAA with its @UKbaseball account and No. 5 with its @UKmensSoccer account. Ingram also serves as the media coordinator and official scorer during home baseball and men’s soccer contests, in addition to his day-to-day responsibilities in the media relations office and the management of UK’s entire 22-sport intercollegiate athletic program. In seven previous years working with the UK baseball program, Ingram has successfully promoted a school-record four All-America selections, including a program-first two honorees in 2008. In addition during Ingram’s seven-years with UK baseball, a school-record 58 players have been picked in the MLB Draft or signed free agent professional contracts, including 15 players drafted in the top 10 rounds since 2008. Pitching stars James Paxton (2009) and Alex Meyer (2011) became the third and fourth UK players picked in the first-round picks in the 48-year history of UK in the MLB Draft, with Meyer going 23rd overall in the 2011 MLB Draft to the Washington Nationals. UK currently has Collin Cowgill in the big leagues for a third season, lefty Scott Downs as one of the top relievers in the game and former UK stars Chris Rusin and Andrew Albers advancing to MLB in 2013. During a historic 2012 UK baseball season, the Wildcats shattered nearly every school record and boasted some of the top individual players in program annals, including consensus freshman All-America selections Austin Cousino and A.J. Reed, with Gary Henderson named Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year. After the year, a school-record nine players were drafted, second-most of any school in the nation. The Wildcats soared to a No. 1 national ranking for the first time in program history and shattered a bevy of school records during the best campaign in the 107-year history of the program. During his time with men’s soccer, several UK stars have earned accolades, including the first two freshman All-America honorees in program history in back-to-back seasons (Dylan Asher; 2010, Matt Lodge; 2009) and defender Barry Rice was named the third and fourth All-America selection (2007,2008) in school annals. Ingram has helped transform the men’s soccer program into a digital age, as UK provides arguably the only consistent interactive live blog in the NCAA for all of its road contests and have debuted technological innovations including live video streaming for home contests and a comprehensive men’s soccer interactive website geared towards attracting recruits. Ingram graduated in December of 2006 from the University of Kentucky with a degree in communication. He began his career in sports information as an intern for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association from 2000-2006, under KHSAA veterans Butch Cope, Julian Tackett and Marilyn Mitchell, and began working as a student assistant in the UKMR office during the summer of 2004. As a student assistant in 2006, Ingram worked as the secondary contact for the baseball program under primary contact Scott Dean, with the Wildcats completing a worst-to-first turnaround in claiming the SEC Championship and hosting the first NCAA Regional in program history. He spent the 2006-07 school year working as the media relations assistant at UK, handling baseball, rifle and assisting the football program under long-time UK football SID Tony Neely. In addition to his time at Kentucky, he has worked conference and NCAA championship events

GARY FOXWORTH Gary Foxworth enters his 17th year working with the sports video department at the University of Kentucky, and his first with the women’s soccer team after a 16-year stint with the Kentucky football team. Foxworth is responsible for all home game and practice footage, as well as assisting the coaching staff with the high-tech ProZone Video System, which is used by many highlevel professional teams such as EPL Champions, Manchester United. Foxworth graduated from Eastern Kentucky in 1989 and began his career at EKU in the media resources department for eight years. Foxworth is a Lexington, Ky., native, and a graduate of Lafayette High School. He and his wife, Kimber, have a son, Austin, and daughter, Jessica Ann.

MIKE HALEY Mike Haley has been a full-time member of the Center for Academic and Tutorial Services (C.A.T.S.) since the summer of 1991. Haley works as an Academic Counselor and works closely with the women’s soccer program. Haley received a pair of degrees from UK. He earned his bachelors in 1987, followed by his masters in Athletic Administration in 1993. Haley received the inaugural Lifetime Achievement award at the 2003 Catspy awards. Haley has a son, Ryan, and resides in Lexington.

ERIC HARSHMAN Eric Harshman enters his first year on the UK Sports Turf staff, and will take over all the field duties for the UK Soccer Complex’s game and practice field. Harshman is originally from Fort Wayne, Ind., where he grew up. He obtained a Certification in Turf Management from Rutgers University in 2008. He has worked for the sports turf department at the Louisville Bats and LSU. He is married to his wife, Katie, and is in the adoption process of a 21month old from Africa.

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ranging from baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, volleyball and track and field. Ingram also served as the official scorer for the 2009 and 2010 SEC Baseball Tournament and as the official scorer for the 2011 Lexington Softball NCAA Super Regional. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors Association of American (CoSIDA) and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Annually, UKMR and Ingram’s publications are listed among the tops in the nation by CoSIDA, including the 2009 Baseball Media Guide, which finished first in the district. In 2010-11, the UK baseball poster – conceptualized by marketing director Nathan Schwake and creative director Kim Troxall – was named as the best poster among all of the NCAA’s spring sports. Ingram, 30, is a native of Gainesville, Fla., and the son of Dr. Dewayne and Pat Ingram. He is single and has a sister, Trisha Ingram Layow. Trisha and her husband Matt Layow, has three children, Cole Thomas (three) and twins Scarlett and Savannah (four months).

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LUCAS RICHARDSON Former Dartmouth all-conference standout Lucas Richardson has joined the Kentucky men’s soccer staff as its volunteer assistant coach for the 2013 season. Richardson, a native of Englewood, Colo., joins the UK staff after a great career on the pitch for the Big Green that saw him help lead the club to two Ivy League Championships. Following his playing career, Richardson was an assistant coach for Dartmouth during the 2010 season, joining Cedergren, then the associate head coach, on the staff. “I am thrilled to add Lucas to the coaching staff,” Cedergren said. “Having had the pleasure of working with Lucas on the same staff at Dartmouth and knowing about his playing career, I knew he would be a tremendous asset to our program. His experience, work ethic and personality will be a key in helping us build the program moving forward.” Richardson was a member of the Dartmouth team from 2003-06, winning Ivy League Championships in 2004 and 2005, with the team advancing to the NCAA Tournament in 2005. A defender, Richardson earned All-Ivy League honors as a sophomore and junior and was named third-team AllNew England as a junior. As a senior, Richardson served as a team captain. “I am excited to get to work with Johan and the entire Kentucky men’s soccer program,” Richardson said. “I was fortunate to work alongside him for a year at Dartmouth, and the opportunity to join him at a place like Kentucky was too good to pass up.” He has coaching experience at the youth level, including serving as head coach of the Upper Valley Lightning Under 14 Boys in 2009. He also worked with several non-profit service ventures after graduation, including two y ears working with Grassroot Soccer, including a nine-month internship in Zambia and a year as the director for America SCORES in Denver. During his year working as the program director for America SCORES Denver, Richardson was a field intern in Lusaka, Zambia, implementing HIV/AIDS prevention education programs throughout youth soccer leagues. He also coaches a soccer club while in Zambia. After returning to the United State, Richardson served as soccer and events manager, as well as intern manager for Grassroot Soccer’s base in Norwich, Vt. He was responsible for all soccer related fundraising projects, recruitment of Africa field interns and outreach to the US soccer community. Richardson earned his bachelor’s degree in government from Dartmouth in 2007 with a concentration in political theory.

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JOHN SPURLOCK John Spurlock is in his fourth season as the strength and conditioning coach for the men’s soccer team. He also works with women’s soccer, men’s and women’s sprinters and hurdlers, as well as assisting with 10 other varsity teams. Spurlock, a native of Fairfield, Ohio, came to UK from the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a certified strength and conditioning coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Spurlock is also certified by USA Weightlifting as a Sports Performance Coach. He competes in Olympic weightlifting and was the 2008 Ohio State champion in the 77 kilogram weight class. Spurlock earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Hanover College in 2005. While at Hanover, he was a wide receiver on the football team. He earned his master’s degree in kinseology from UK in 2009.

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PLAYER BIOS Alex Bumpus

Bryan Celis

D • 5-9 • Fr. Hilliard, Ohio (Hilliard Davidson)

MF • 5-8 • So. Houston, Texas (Mayde Creek)

Pre-College Played for Terry Smith at Hilliard Davidson High School in Ohio, earning three varsity letters … During the club season, Bumpus was under the guidance of Billy Thompson as a member of the Columbus Crew Soccer Academy … During his freshman season at Hilliard, Bumpus helped to lead the Wildcats to a 2009 District title while on the way to be naming team “Rookie of the Year” as well as Ohio Capital Conference Special Mention … During the 2009 club season, Bumpus helped win the Ohio state Club title and a berth in the Regional Final for the Crew … At the conclusion of Bumpus’ sophomore season, one in which he was named team captain by coaches and fellow teammates, Bumpus was named Top Midfielder by the team and his second consecutive OCC Special Mention … The club campaign brought another Ohio state title, Midwest Regional League Championship and a finalist at the Disney College Showcase … The 2011 junior season saw Bumpus named Hilliard MVP and first-team all-OCC, first-team all-district and second-team all-state.

* 2012 UKIT All-Tournament Team 2012 Became one of the top freshmen in collegiate soccer in 2012, playing in all 21 games with 11 starts as an attacking midfielder and forward … Logged 1317 minutes … Totaled a goal and four assists, with his four assists ranking second-best on the club … Fired 12 shots, with eight coming on target … Netted his first career goal as a game-winning tally vs. St. Joseph’s, the first win of the Johan Cedergren era … Totaled assists vs. Memphis, FIU, Tulsa and SMU … Started the last 10 games … Earned the starting assignment in the season opener at Dayton … Played the full time four times, including 110 minutes vs. SMU in the C-USA Tournament semifinals, with UK battling through injuries … Fired a season-high two shots vs. St. Joe’s and Memphis … In C-USA games alone, ranked sixth in the league in assists. Pre-College A native of Houston, Texas, and product of Mayde Creek High School … Coached by Carl Flemming of the Texans FC … Member of US National Team U-17, U-15, and U-14 teams … Helped led the Texans FC to a 124-8 record while notching five goals … Rated by TopDrawerSoccer.com as the 75th best soccer player in his class as well as the 10th best in the state and 22nd best at his forward position.

Personal Born Alex Grant Bumpus on Sept. 8, 1994 to Haidee Bumpus in Columbus, Ohio … Has a brother, Spencer (17) … Active in the community by volunteering as a youth soccer coach, as well as helping to run local soccer tournaments and camps … A three-time scholar-athlete.

Personal Full name is Bryan Celis … Born on Jan. 8, 1994 in Houston, Texas … Son of Luis Fernando Celis and Martha Espana … Has two brothers, Jonathon Gil (26) and Matthew Celis (12) … Member of the Honor Roll his senior year at Mayde Creek High School. Celis’ Career stats Year gP-s g a Pts sh 2012 21-11 1 4 6 12

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Ryan Creel MF • 5-9 • Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. (Christian Academy of Knoxville) Pre-College All-state at the Christian Academy of Knoxville … Totaled 38 goals in two years for CAK, leading his team to a 43-4 overall record in two seasons … Netted 17 goals with 21 assists as a junior and 21 goals with 25 assists as a senior … Was on the US Region III team as a sophomore, traveling to Costa Rica … Led his team to the state quarterfinals as a freshman and sophomore and the state championship as a junior and senior … Played with club team FC Alliance 95 black and coach John Craven from fourth grade through high school … Led club team to the state finals twice and the Region Premier League Championship in 2011 … Named first-team all-district in 2011 and 2012, earning all-state honors in 2012 and 2013 … Was a finalist for the Gatorade High School Player of the Year award in 2012 as a junior … Was named MVP of his district and first-team all-state as a senior.

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Personal Full name is Ryan Lee Creel … Son of Jerry and Tonya Creel … Has two brothers, Jon (15) and Thomas (11) and a sister, Lilly (four) … Born May 5, 1995 in Columbus, Ohio … Volunteered to run a weekly camp as a junior in high school for inner city children in downtown Knoxville.

… Totaled 104 saves and a 0.63 goals-against average as a junior and 99 saves with a 0.70 goals-against average as a senior, totaling 20 shutouts in two years … Set the career record for saves (203) and wins by a goalkeeper (15) … Played club for Everest Soccer Club and the Cleveland Blues Soccer Club … Was coached in club by Dan Zemanski and Jared Bernstein … Played with the Blues from 2001 and Everest from 2006 … Led team to the district championship in 2012 and the district finals in 2011 … Earned three varsity letters and was named all-region in 2012 … Was named first-team All-Ohio and All-Greater Cleveland in 2012 … Was named to the all-star team in 2012 and as the player to watch by the Cleveland Plain Dealer … Named second-team All-Greater Cleveland … Was named MVP and best defensive player at St. Edward … Helped led his team to a win over four-time state champion St. Ignatius in the district championship in 2012 … Led Everest to the Disney Showcase Championship in 2012 … A three-year member of the academic honor roll.

Brad Doliner D • 5-10 • R-Sr. Cape Elizabeth, Maine (IMG Soccer Academy) 2012 Experienced veteran came back from season-ending injury in 2011 … Played in three games off the bench, logging 71 minutes … Fired one shot, coming vs. FIU … Logged a season-high 45 minutes in a 5-1 win at IPFW in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Personal Full name is Stuart Aston Jones Ford … Born on Nov. 10, 1994 in Shaker Heights, Ohio … Son of Scott J. Ford, Jr. and Evette Ford … Has a brother, Brendon (19) and a sister, Chelsea (21) … Active in the community, serving as a leader at the freshman leadership retreat … Also volunteered in tutoring inner-city youth and as a soccer coach.

2011 Versatile defender played in four games with one start before suffering a season-ending injury during UK’s 2-1 overtime win over High Point in Columbia, S.C. … Made one start on the year, vs. IPFW, logging 90 minutes in a 4-2 win … Fired one shot in the win over IPFW.

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2010 Helped anchor a UK backline that was crippled with injuries early in the season … Stepped up and started eight games, playing in 15 of UK’s 19 contests … Made starts at Marshall, at UAB, at Tulsa and at SMU, also starting vs. UCF, Memphis, Indiana and FIU … Totaled three shots on the year, including shots vs. Michigan, UAB and … Logged 783 minutes.

D/MF • 6-2 • Fr. Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier) Pre-College A Kentucky native, Fox was a four-year letterman for Louisville St. Xavier under the tutelage of coach Andy Schulten … For the club seasons, Fox played for Javanon under coach Joe Williams from 2004-2011 and for Lexington FC under coach Matt Vogel from 2011 to 2012 … During his freshman year of club soccer with Javanon, Fox helped lead the team to a state championship while earning a spot on the ODP State Team … The 2009 club season saw a second appearance for Javanon in the state title game, this time claiming a state runner-up trophy and Fox’s second consecutive ODP state title nomination

2009 Redshirted season. Pre-College Attended Cape Elizabeth High School prior to lettering two years at the Pendleton School ... Led Cape Elizabeth to Maine State Champions two consecutive years from 2006-2007 ... Played for IMG’s Development Academy teams, U16 and U18 ... Also, prior to the creation of the US Soccer Development Academy League, he was named to the Region I, ODP 1991 Boy’s Regional Player Pool for two consecutive years, 20062007. Personal Full name is James Bradley Doliner ... Son of Jim and Peggy Doliner … Has a sister Emily (22) who attends Tulane University ... Born on July 6, 1991 in Portland, Maine. doliner’s Career stats Year gP-s g a Pts sh 2010 15-8 0 0 0 3 2011 4-1 0 0 0 1 2012 3-0 0 0 0 1 totals 22-9 0 0 0 5

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Stuart Ford GK • 5-10 • Fr. Shaker Heights, Ohio (St. Edward) Pre-College Played at St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio for coaches Tony Dore, Jim Duffy and Tim Broadbent

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… Fox’s junior season at St. X led to two goals and two assists, while St. X compiled a 27-1-1 record overall and claimed a Kentucky state title, as well as a NSCAA No. 6 National Final Ranking … For the Javanon club, Fox helped lead them to a third consecutive finals appearance and a second runner-up finish in the state tournament … For Fox’s last season at St. X, he netted 12 goals and tallied six assists while earning All-District, Region, Catholic, State and “Mr. Soccer” honors in the state of Kentucky by KHSSCA … Fox was also awarded All-American honors by NSCAA and NSCAA Player of the Year for the state of Kentucky.

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Personal Born May 31, 1995 in Atlanta, Ga., as Kaelon Paul Fox to David and Gina Fox … Has a brother, Cory Barrios (30) … A member of the National Honor Society and a NSCAA Scholar All-American Team, Fox participated in community service around Louisville with Boo at the Zoo, American Red Cross Blood Drive and the YMCA … Plans to major in health sciences at Kentucky.

2012 Talented, versatile performer spent time as a forward and as an outside back in Johan Cedergren’s attacking style … Offensive skill set was perfect for Cedergren’s system and role of an outside back, which often times leads the UK offensive attack … Played in 20 of UK’s 21 games, starting 12 contests and logging 1208 minutes … Fired six shots – including two on target … Started the final 10 games of the year … Logged the full time in six games, including 110 minutes in the C-USA Tournament Semifinals in Hoover, Ala., where UK played while battling injuries … Fired a season-high two shots vs. SMU in the tournament … Earned first career start at Evansville with UK suffering several injuries, getting his first taste of outside back, a position he played at times pre-college.

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Isak Krogstad MF/F • 5-10 • So. Tromsoe, Norway (Norwegian College of Elite Sport)

Callum Irving GK • 6-0 • So. Vancouver, British Columbia (Winston Churchill/Burnaby Central)

Pre-College A versatile player in high school at Norger toppidrettsgymnas (Norwegian College of Elite Sport) … scoring 23 goals and dishing eight assist in only 10 matches for Fløya as a striker … Krogstad was a national champion for the U-19 squad in 2010, winning the Honorary Pride Award (best athlete and student) for the 2011 season. … During the club season’s Krogstad played for TIL 2 (Tromsø Idrettslag) for coach Rune Martinussenog Thomas Hafsad from 2006-2011, when with the club as a left and right back in 2011 he scored four goals and handing out five assists while playing in 16 matches … The 2010 campaign saw Krogstad help lead TIL 2 to a fifth-place finish in the second division in Norway as well as getting the quarterfinals of the Junior Elite tournament.

2012 Earned the starting goalkeeper post in a preseason training position battle with junior Jack Van Arsdale … Started the season opener at Dayton, saving six shots and allowing four goals in a 4-3 loss, seeing 15 total shots and making several jaw-dropping saves that showcased tremendous talent … After Van Arsdale got the start in the next two games at the Gamecock Classic in Columbia, S.C., Irving returned to the starting keeper position with his first career clean sheet in Johan Cedergren’s first career win … Worked around two St. Joe’s shots in his first career win, saving one … Started the following game, against No. 4 Charlotte, allowing a first half goal before Van Arsdale manned the pipes in the second period … After Van Arsdale turned in a heroic performance at No. 18 Louisville to spark a UK turnaround, Irving served as the back-up keeper for the remainder of the year.

Personal Full name is Isak Furu Krogstad … Born Feb. 10, 1992 in Tromsø (Tromsoe), Norway … Son of Per Krogstad and Rigmor Furu … Has one brother, Torbjørn Krogstad (23).

Pre-College A highly sought after net-minder from the Vancouver, British Columbia, attended Sir Winston Churchill Secondary and Burnaby Secondary School … Played for the MLS Vancouver Whitecaps as a prospect from 2007 to 2012 … During the 2012 season he helped the Whitecaps U-18 team to a win/ berth in the USSDA Finals, posting a goals against average of 1.18 and helping the Whitecaps to a 17-3-2 record … For the 2010 season with Vancouver, Irving posted a 2.00 GAA in 270 minutes of action … In the 2009 club season, Irving helped the BC Provincial Team U-16 to a fourth place finish in the Canadian Club National Championships in Quebec, Canada as well as performing for the Whitecaps Residency team … In his six seasons on the Whitecaps, Irving was under the tutelage of Richard Grootscholen … Five time member of the honor roll since eight grade.

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Personal Full name is Callum Ernest John Irving … Born March 16, 1993 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada … Son of Robert and Sheila Irving … Father played soccer for the varsity squad at Simon Fraser University … Has one brother, Geordie Irving (21) and two sisters, Liz Irving (26) and Ceilidh Irving (23).

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Justin Laird

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F • 6-0 • Jr. Milwaukee, Wis. (Hartford Union/Wright State)

F • 5-7 • Fr. Nicholasville, Ky. (East Jessamine) Pre-College Hails from down the road at East Jessamine High School in Nicholasville, Ky., where Miller was coached by Tom Morgan … A four time letter winner at East Jessamine, Miller, along with current UK classmate Kaelon Fox, has played club soccer for Lexington Futbol Club 95 under the guidance of Matt Vogel since 2005 … While with Lexington FC, Miller helped lead the team to a state final in both 2009 and 2010, capitalizing on nine goals and recording six assists while Lexington FC ended the year 13-5-7 … During his sophomore year, Miller was named team captain and helped to lead East Jessamine to a regional final while earning all-state honorable mention and all-district team honors as the team’s leading scorer and MVP… The same season for club, Miller saw action in the Crossroads of America Showcase, and led Lexington FC to a MRL 1st Division Championship while scoring ten times and setting up five goals as the team finished 17-3-1 on the season … The 2011 campaign for East Jessamine saw another season with Miller as captain, leading scorer and offensive MVP. Miller also was named alldistrict for the second consecutive year and first-team all-state … The club season saw Miller score a unprecedented 17 goals and picked up seven assists, as Lexington FC reached another state final, a CASL Showcase Championship as well as Disney Showcase Championship from the Copa Division … During Miller’s senior season, Miller was named captain for the third straight time at East Jessamine.

* 2011 Horizon League Newcomer of the Year Pre-UK (Wright state) A native of Wisconsin, Laird comes to Lexington via Wright State University in Ohio … Laird has played in a total of 35 matches for the Raiders over the past two seasons … Netting a total of seven goals in his freshman season, Laird was named to the Horizon League Newcomer team after his freshman season in 2011, in which he led the Raiders in points (15) and goals (7) … Registered a total of 20 shots, with 10 on-goal during the sophomore campaign which included 15 games in which Laird saw action. Pre-College Attended Hartford Union High School in Hartford, Wis., where Laird was under the guidance of coach Jack De Selm … Played club soccer for the North Shore United while being named a Regional Player to Watch … A four-year starter for the Orioles, Laird led Hartford Union to four consecutive conference titles and a state playoff berth … Was selected three-time all-conference and all-area honoree, as well as being named all-state his junior and senior seasons … Currently, Laird holds the Wisconsin state record for assists in a season (27) and a career (63). Personal Born Justin Laird on July 15, 1993 … Has two siblings: brother Evan and sister Jenna.

Personal Born Samuel Grey Miller on Sept. 10, 1994 to Craig and Sherry Miller in Lexington, Ky. … Has one brother, Cameron (20) who is also a member of the Centre College soccer team … A third-generation Wildcat, as both parents as well as his grandfather attended Kentucky … A member of the National Honor Society, Youth Salute and named to an NSCAA High School All-American Scholar in 2013 … A volunteer with the Humane Society, as well as Jessamine Co. Road Clean-Up Crew, Meals on Wheels, Pass-Back Program Coordinator, peer tutor for disabled classmates and a volunteer assistant coach for LFC club teams during the off-season.

Napo Matsoso MF • 5-6 • Fr. Louisville, Ky. (St. Francis) Pre-College Comes to UK after playing high school at St. Francis High School under the coaching tutelage of Ralph Marshall … Played with the club team Rovers Youth Academy and head coach Nathan Pitcock … Matsoso was named MVP at St. Francis his freshman year by scoring a staggering 29 goals and dishing out 19 assists … The club season in 2009 was a successful one for Matsoso as he helped to lead his team to a State Cup final … The next season for St. Francis, Matsoso netted 16 goals and 10 more assists … Another State Cup playoff for Matsoso ended a game shy of the finals when his team was defeated in the semi-finals … During Matsoso’s junior season, he found the back of the net 12 times, while connecting with a teammate for nine assists on the way to being named Most Outstanding Player and receiving first-team allstate honors … His senior campaign ended with 15 goals scored and eight more assists … A member of the Lesotho national team.

Cameron Mohseni D/MF • 5-9 • R-Fr. Littleton, Colo. (Chatfield) Pre-College Played two years at Chatfield High School and coach Brock Blume … Played club with the Colorado Rush Academy and coach Erik Bushey for 10 years … Was named MVP of the Rush Nike Match Day … Participated in ODP Regional Camp (2007-09) … Participated in ID2 Regional Camp in 2007 and was named MVP of the Colorado State Cup Final in 2008 … Participated in the Manchester United Premier Cup in 2009 … Played four years on the Colorado Rush Developmental Academy Team … Was named to the academic honor roll all four years of high school.

Personal Full name Napo Davis Matsoso … Son of Marc and Pam Maguire … Born May 28, 1994 in Maseru, Lesotho … Has a five brothers, James (22), Lepe (21), Sunny (21), Marc (19), and Setho (18) …Brother Lepe is currently a member of the Northwestern University soccer team, Sunny plays for Maryland University and James plays for Mount St. Joseph’s College in Ohio … Father, Marc attended Kentucky as well as his older brother Marc who is currently enrolled at UK … Active in the community by helping at the Americana Community Center in 2009 and 2012, The Falls of Ohio in 2010 and 2011.

Personal Full name is Cameron Evan Mohseni … Son of Hossein and Paula Mohseni … Has an older sister, Layla (21) … Born May 9, 1994 in Littleton, Colo.

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PerinoviC’s Career stats Year gP-s g a Pts 2010 18-14 0 0 0 2011 20-18 0 2 2 2012 21-21 1 0 2 totals 59-53 1 2 4

Steven Perinovic D • 6-0 • R-Sr. Delafield, Wis. (Kettle Moraine) * College Soccer News National Team of the Week (10/29/12) * Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week

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sog YC-rC gW PK-att 0 0-0 0 0-0 1 2-0 0 0-0 4 3-0 1 0-0 5 5-0 1 0-0

Ben Perkins

(10/29/12) * 2012 UKIT All-Tournament Team * 2012 Gamecock Classic All-Tournament Team * 2012 All-Conference USA (first-team) * 2012 All-Conference USA Tournament Team * 2012 NSCAA All-Midwest Region (second-team)

MF/F • 6-4 • Fr. Hong Kong, China (Brighton/Hong Kong International) Pre-College Moved from Hong Kong to Brighton (Utah) for one high school season … Was coached at Hong Kong International School by Charlie Pryke and at Brighton by coach Russell Boyer … Played club for Hong Kong FC (2008-12) and Inter FC (2012-13) … Led Brighton to the Utah 5A Final Four as a senior … Named second-team All-State as a senior in Utah, earning Utah Youth Soccer Player of the Month honors … Was also named Brighton High School Silver Boot and Inter FC Golden Boot … Netted nine goals with 12 assists as a senior, with 23 shots and two game-winning goals … In one season in the United States, made the Olympic Development Program Region IV Team, competing in Hoover, Ala., in conjunction with the NCAA College Cup at Regions Park … While in China, earned the HKIS Golden Boot in 2010-11, Asia Pacific Activities Conference All-Tournament accolades, HKIS Player of the Year and HKIS Golden Boot honors … Was named Hong Kong Football Club

2012 Athletic center back emerged as a breakout performer in Johan Cedegren’s system of play … Started all 21 games at center back, leading the team with 1892 minutes played … A physical, instinctual player, became a force in the air at winning contested headers … Totaled one goal on 11 shots, firing four on target … Played the full time in 18 of 21 games … Was subbed out for just 31 minutes over three of UK’s 2012 games … Played the full-time the final eight games, a span of 560 consecutive minutes … Netted first career goal as the game-winning tally vs. East Tennessee State … Fired shots in 11 different games … Earned first-team All-Conference USA honors in a voting of the league coaches … Was also named to the CUSA All-Tournament Team and second-team All-Midwest Region by the NSCAA … Was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week and C-USA Defensive Player of the Week after helping lead UK to a 2-0 win at No. 23 Tulsa. 2011 Established himself as one of the top defenders in the league playing in all 20 games with 18 starts … Logged 1626 minutes with two assists … Fired five shots on the year, with one on target … Got his first career assist in a win over Wright State … Notched second career assist vs. UAB … Was not subbed out of the game the rest of the year after playing only 38 minutes at Stanford … Didn’t start the first two games of 2011, before ending the year on an 18-game starting streak on the backline. 2010 Became a fixture on the backline for UK as a freshman, playing in 18 of UK’s 19 games with 14 starts … Logged 1067 minutes … Fired two shots, one vs. Michigan and Louisville … Played the full 90 minutes vs. Tulsa and Eastern Illinois, logging 93 minutes vs. Iona and a season-best 95 minutes vs. Indiana … Started the first nine games of his career, then started the final five games of the regular-season. 2009 Redshirted season. Pre-College Played at Kettle Moraine High School under coach Greg Prospero ... Led his team to a Regional Championship and Sectional Runner-up in 2009 … Received first-team all-conference, first-team all-area and second-team all-state honors his senior season … Played club ball for Croatian Eagles under coach Alex Toth from 2008-09 ... Helped them to State Cup Runner Up in 2008 and State Cup Champions in 2009 … Also played football in high school for three seasons plus part of his senior year. Personal Full name is Steven Allen Perinovic ... Son of Bill and Lisa Perinovic … Has a younger brother Brett (16) ... Born on June 2, 1991 in West Allis, Wis.

Steven Perinovic has helped anchor the UK backline for three years, highlighted by a first-team All-Conference USA season in 2012. 15


Matt Quick

U17 Player of the Year … While playing club in 2012-13, netted 10 goals with six assists, leading his team to a 24-3 record … Led Hong Kong International team to the D1 Championship, the Asia Pacific Activities Conference, the Far East Department of Defense and the China Cup Championships as a freshman … Also won the China Cup and as the Asia Pacific Activities Conference runner up as a junior, finishing in fourth place in the Hong Kong D1 … Club team earned a bevy of honors during his time, including the 2009-10 Manchester United Premier Cup HK Championship, the Hong Kong Youth Academies second-place finish, the Singapore 6s Championships … Club team also was advanced to the semifinals of the Hong Kong Youth Academies in 2011-12 … Club team advanced to the Hong Kong Soccer 7s Place Finals … Highly successful in the classroom, earning Humanities Department Student of the Year three times, was the French horn section leader of the band, placed silver in the Royal Commonwealth Society Worldwide Essay Competition, the Physical Education Department Student of the Year … Active in the community, earning Eagle Scout honors by the Boy Scouts of America, organize a charity tournament called Lose the Shoes and volunteered to coach Tai Tam Tiger Junior Football Club.

MF • 5-11 • Fr. Arlington Heights, Ill. (John Hersey) Pre-College Played high school soccer at John Hersey for coach Darren Llewellyn … Earned starting spots at Hersey as a freshman … Starred for his club team, Sockers FC Chicago and coach David Richardson … In US Soccer Development Academy, was a U16 DP Player (2010-2011), a U16 FT Player (2011-12) and a U18 FT Player (2012-13) … In US Youth Soccer (USYS) action, was the U14 MRL Champion (2010), the U14 Sate Runner-up (2010) and a U14 Region 2 Championship participant … Also in USYS, led team to the U15 MRL Championship (2011), a U15 state semi-finalist (2011), U15 Region 2 Championship finalist (2011) and U16 National League participant (2010 and 2011) … Played in the U14 National Cup (2010) … Was named Sockers FC top talent in the 2010-11 fall program … Was a 2010 Manchester United Premier Cup participant, also participating in the Dallas Cup … Participated in the Disney Soccer Showcase and the Sockers FC U23 program … Was named all-star at Lipscomb and West Virginia camp … Named to the academic honor roll as a junior and senior … Played basketball at Hersey as a freshman.

Personal Full name is Benjamin Harding Perkins … Born April 27, 1995 in Dallas, Texas … Son of Tony and Christy Perkins … Has two brothers, Derek (29) and Jeremy (24) and sisters Nikki (27), Jenni (22) and Lizzi (19) … Comes from an athletic family, as mother played soccer at BYU … Cousin Jana Capps was an alternate for the US Track and Field team in pole vault … Cousin Travis Milburn races in the Nationwide Series, owning seven top-10 finishes since 2008 at the age of 21 in 2013.

Personal Full name is Matthew Kellon Quick … Son of Stephen and Suzanne Quick … Has an older sister, Michelle (21) … Born on Aug. 11, 1995 in Chicago, Ill.

Jason Pitts

Charlie Reymann

MF/D • 5-8 • R-Fr. Cretwood, Ky. (South Oldham)

D • 5-9 • Fr. Worthington, Ohio (Worthington Kilbourne)

2012 Redshirted season.

Pre-College Played for three years at Worthington Kilbourne for coach Jon Sprunger … Totaled 25 goals and 20 assists in three high school seasons … Had 18 goals and 10 assists in 2011 … Also played from ages 10-18 for coach Billy Thompson and the Crew Soccer Academy … Led team to the district championship as a junior … Club team won the state championship as a seventh grader … Earned second-team all-state, firstteam all-conference and first-team all-district honors in 2011 … Was named team MVP as a junior … Totaled seven goals and nine assists in club action … Earned a bevy of academic honors in high school, including National Honor Society, school athlete, student of the month, Socratic Society and Bronze and Silver Key honors … … Also played basketball as a freshman and was the kicker for the football team as a sophomore.

Pre-College Attended South Oldham High School, while playing under coach Kenny Burke for four varsity years … Helped lead South Oldham to 10-9 record, while finding the back of the net a total of eight times, and assisting one time his senior year while making First-team All-State … His junior campaign saw him help South Oldham to a state ranking of No. 1 and top 50 in the country while scoring seven times and handing out nine assists on tune to a record of 15-5-1 … His sophomore season South Oldham won District 16 and Region 8 as well as sub-sectional champs to make it to the State Elite Eight when they ended with a 16-5-2 record, during which, Pitts scored six goals and dished out four assists achieving All-Region 8 Team honors and garnering his second South Oldham Invitational AllTournament Team honors … The 2008 freshman campaign saw Pitts reach the South Oldham Invitational All-Tournament Team while scoring two goals and tallying one assist on the year, helping South Oldham to a 14-40 record ... During the club season, Pitts starred for Indiana United Fire Academy from 2011-2012 and Mockingbird SC from 2004-2007 … Won the State Championship for club soccer in 2004-2007 and again in 2010 … The 2011-2012 season of club soccer saw the team go 9-12-5 with four goals and two assists.

Personal Full name is Charles Noll Reymann … Son of John and Lynn Reymann … Born in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 29, 1995 … Has a younger brother, James (16) and an older sister, Danielle (20) … Sister Danielle plays soccer at Akron, playing in two games off the bench for the Zips as a sophomore in 2012 … Highly active in the community, serving as a YoungLife Leader, a junior coach for the Columbus Crew and the Worthington Kilbourne High School Boys Camp … Also participated in community projects, involving feeding the underprivileged and Toys for Tots.

Personal Full name is Jason Philip Pitts … Born June 5, 1993 in Valparaiso, Ind. … Son of Stephen and Cheri Pitts … Has two brothers, Ryan (22) and Jordan (15) as well as a sister, Stephanie (13) … Uncle Todd Van Keppel played football at Northern Illinois University … Aided in the food pantry program. 16


Tyler Riggs

2012 Attacking player led UK in scoring for the third consecutive season, despite missing the final two games due to injury … Started 15 of 21 games, playing in 17 contests … Logged 1339 minutes … Led UK with 18 points, including seven goals and four assists … Fired 38 shots, with a staggering 25 coming on target … Is the first UK player to lead the club in scoring for three consecutive seasons since All-American Jamal Shteiwi in 2002-04 … Netted goals vs. Dayton, St. John’s, Evansville, IPFW, Memphis and Indiana … Had a two-goal game at IPFW … Fired a season-high seven shots at Evansville … Had points in five consecutive games, including a goal and an assist at Evansville and vs. Memphis … Had game-winning goals at Evansville and IPFW … Played the full time in six games … After suffering an injury at UAB, came off the bench in his next two appearances to try and get back to game health … Injury ended season in the quarterfinals of the C-USA Tournament … Finished junior season ranked sixth in career points (55), fourth in goals (23), eighth in game-winning goals and 11th in shots (103).

F • 5-9 • Sr. Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier) * 2010 All-Conference USA (third-team) * 2010 Freshman All-Conference USA * Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week (8/29/11) * Soccer America National Team of the Week (8/31/11) * NSCAA National Player of the Week (9/1/11) * College Soccer News National Team of the Week (9/1/11) * Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (9/2/11) * College Soccer News National Team of the Week (9/19/11) * Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week (9/19/11) * 2011 Gamecock Classic Offensive MVP * 2011 Gamecock Classic All-Tournament Team * 2011 CoSIDA Academic All-District (first-team) * 2011 CoSIDA Academic All-America (third-team) * 2011 C-USA All-Academic Team * 2011 All-Conference USA (third-team) * 2012 UKIT All-Tournament Team * 2012 All-Conference USA (third-team) * 2012 CoSIDA Academic All-District (first-team) * 2012 CoSIDA Academic All-America (first-team) * Senior CLASS Award Candidate

2011 Had one of the most prolific offensive seasons in the history of UK soccer, totaling 11 goals and five assists … Played in 18 of UK’s 20 games due to injury, starting 14 … Fired 41 shots on the year, with a staggering 29 coming on target (.707) … In just two seasons, ranked 12th in UK career history in points (37), ninth in goals (16) and 12th in game-winning goals (four) … His 27-point performance in 2011 is the fourth most points in UK single-season history, with his 11 goals ranking tied for third most in UK season annals … Is one of only seven players in UK school history with double-digit goals … Is the first UK player to lead UK in goals scored in two consecutive seasons since Riley O’Neill (2005-06) … Netted gamewinning goals in the first two games of the year … Earned NSCAA National Player of the Week honors, among other national accolades, after netting three goals in the first two games of the season … Had a goal and an assist in a 2-2 weather-shortened tie with IUPUI … Tied a schoolrecord with three assists in UK’s win over IPFW, with teammate Matt Lodge recording a hat trick … Had goals in three consecutive games, including at No. 13 Cal, vs. High Point and two goals vs. No. 15 Brown … Earned his second C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honor after the Brown two-goal outing … Had a goal at UCF and at No. 25 South Carolina, adding a goal and an assist vs. UAB … Played 1190 minutes on the year, including a season-high 90 vs. No. 3 Creighton, UAB and UCF. 2010 Had a breakout freshman year, leading the Wildcats with five goals … Has the ability to be a potent goal-scoring weapon … Named third-team AllConference USA and named to the All-Conference USA Freshman Team … Played in all 19 games with 13 starts, firing 24 total shots, including 13 on goal … Logged 1259 minutes … Netted two game-winning goals … In his collegiate debut, netted the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Eastern Illinois … Tallied his second career goal at Michigan, also adding goals on the road at Marshall and Tulsa … Netted his second goal during the home schedule vs. FIU, a game winner in a 1-0 result.

Tyler Riggs was honored as a cndidate for the Senior CLASS Award, given to the top senior student-athlete in the NCAA. 17


Pre-College Three-year letterwinner for coach Andy Schulten at St. Xavier High School ... Named a NSCAA/Addidas All-American as a senior, also earning firstteam all-state honors and ESPN Rise All-America honorable mention ... Named Kentucky State Tournament MVP, leading St. Xavier to the state championship for three consecutive years ... As a senior, led St. Xavier to a 23-1 record, totaling 30 goals and 13 assists ... Charted 18 goals and eight assists in a 22-1 season in 2008 ... As a sophomore St. Xavier went 25-0 and Riggs scored 18 goals with six assists ... Also played football junior and senior year, helping lead team to the class 6A state championship as a senior and the semifinals as a junior ... Also played for club team Javanon and coach Tim Chastonay for 11 years ... Club team won state championship from 2007-09 ... A tremendous student, named NCAA Student Athlete of the Year from 1008-10 and first team academic all-state from 2009-10 ... A member of the National Honor Society and the Principal's List, earning Spanish Honor Society accolades in 2009.

riggs’ Career stats Year gP-s g a 2010 19-13 5 0 2011 18-14 11 5 2012 17-15 7 4 totals 54-42 23 9

Pts 10 27 18 55

sh 24 41 38 103

sog YC-rC gW PK-att 13 1-0 2 0-0 29 1-0 2 0-0 25 1-0 2 0-0 67 3-0 6 0-0

Jacob Scearce F/MF • 5-11 • So. Louisville, Ky. (Ballard) 2012 Became a weapon off the bench for the Wildcats early in the year before a season-ending injury halted collegiate debut at three games played on Sept. 9 vs. Charlotte … Made collegiate debut with 24 minutes vs. No. 15 St. John’s … Notched an assist in a season-high 50 minutes vs. St. Joe’s, with his energy off the bench changing the momentum of the game … Played five minutes two days later vs. No. 4 Charlotte before injury ended his promising season.

Personal Full name is Tyler Haydon Riggs ... Son of Robert and Shanna Riggs ... Has two sisters, Morgan (17) and McKenzie (12) ... Sister Morgan will join the UK women’s soccer team in 2013 as a freshman … Born July 29, 1992 in Louisville, Ky.

Pre-College A Kentucky native, Scearce was a three-year letterman for Ballard High School in Louisville, Ky., under the tutelage of coach Rob Zoeller… Outside of school, Scearce played for coach Jason Bell of the Jovanon 94 club team … In the two years prior to high school, he aided Jovanon to the club state title in 2003, 2004, and 2006 while also playing in the state title match in 2005 and 2007 … During his freshman year at Ballard, Scearce scored 16 goals to go along with nine assists helping Ballard to a 14-5 record … The same year for his club team Jovanon, he helped them claim the state club title again in 2008 as well as getting Jovanon to the state semi-final … At Ballard, he scored 39 goals and connected on eight assists while also reaching third with the longest streak of goals in consecutive games with 16, the team finished 20-3 reaching the region finals … That same year, Scearce was named runner-up for Kentucky Mr. Soccer as well as runner-up for Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year and added NSCAA Regional All American to his accolades… During club soccer season, Jovanon once again one the state title for 2010 … For his senior season, Scearce scored 27 goals and added 17 assists while leading Ballard to a 147-3 record and the region finals for the second consecutive year … During the senior campaign he was named a Kentucky Mr. Soccer nominee and gathering another NSCAA Regional All-American award … At the end of the club soccer season, Scearce helped Jovanon win a second consecutive state title, his sixth overall, and finished second in the National League and reached the Region II semi-finals. Personal Born Aug. 26, 1993 as William Jacob Scearce to Bill and Jill Scearce … Has two siblings, Sister Holly (21) and Brother Scotty (17) … Mother Jill played volleyball for the University of Alabama-Birmingham … Three time Academic All State (2008, 2010 and 2011) ... Member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society and earned the prestigious University of Kentucky Book Award in 2011 … Active community service leader with two mission trips, one to Merida, Mexico, in 2009 for 10 days and another in 2011 to Tarma, Peru, for 10 days … Involved with Endeavor Ministries helping teach children in Somali about soccer. sCearCe’s Career stats Year gP-s g a Pts sh 2012 3-0 0 1 1 2

Tyler Riggs enters his senior season needing 11 goals and 18 points to equal all-time UK career records. 18

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Paul Sime

Kristoffer Tollefsen

MF • 5-9 • Fr. Pointe-á-Pitre, Guadeloupe (IMG Academy)

MF • 6-0 • So. Sandefjord, Norway (Sandefjord Videregaende)

Pre-College Played at the IMG Academy/Pendleton School after coming to the United State from France … Was coached in club by Oscar Pisano from 2009-13 … Earned the coaches award as a freshman and sophomore and was named U-1 MVP as a senior, in addition to IMG Player of the Year honors … Played for IMG Academy with the 14-under team with coach Nolan Sheldon … Played forward as a freshman for IMG Academy, leading the team to the Region C and President Cup Championship … As a sophomore played for Pisano and won the Florida State Cup.

2012 Had a strong freshman season, playing in all 21 games, including 18 starts … Logged 1410 minutes … Played the full time in seven games … Notched assists in the first two games of his career, at Dayton and vs. No. 25 Northwestern … Fired three shots in games vs. St. Joe’s and UCF … Led the team with 42 corner kicks taken … Played the full 90 minutes in the season opener at Dayton … Played a season-high 110 minutes in the semifinals of the C-USA Tournament vs. No. 19 SMU. Pre-College Tollefsen is the second Norwegian born player to join the Kentucky soccer family … A midfielder by trade, Tollefsen played for Ronny Holmedal at Sandefjord Videregående Skole … Starred for the Sandefjord Fotball club team, which was coached by Holmedal … A member of the Fram Larvik club team as well, which is coached by Tom Helge Jacobsen … In 2011, was named man of the match vs. Skarp … During the 2010 season of club play, helped lead his club team to a Regional championship.

Personal Full name is Paul-Dekara Sime … Born Oct. 7, 1995 in Pointe- á -Pitre, France … Sone of Jean-Marie and Hortense Sime … Has an older brother, Ruffin (20), and four sisters, Andree (21), Jacquelin (18), Marthe (14) and Claudine (eight) … Brother played soccer for Hiram College … Andree played tennis for Simmons College and Jacqueline played basketball for Trinity University … Was on the honor roll and the headmaster’s academic achievement lists … Worked with the special Olympics before coming to UK.

Personal Full name is Kristoffer Tollefsen … Born Sept. 20, 1992 in Toensberg, Norway … Son of Sjur Tollefsen and Aud Omtvedt … Father played professional handball and was a member of the Norway national handball team … Has one sister, Maren Tollefsen (16).

Jaytoe Teh D/F • 6-0 • Jr. Springfield, Mass. (Roger L. Putnam/Cincinnati State)

tolleFsen’s Career stats Year gP-s g a Pts sh 2012 21-18 0 2 2 17

2011-12 (Cincinnati state) Played two years at Cincinnati State Community College for coach Mike Combs … Was named NSCAA All-Ohio Collegiate first-team, also earning all-region and all-Ohio honors … Led Cincinnati State to the conference championship as a freshman and sophomore, advancing to the Elite Eight National Tournament. Pre-College Played four years at Roger L. Putnam High School … Played club for Gold Star Soccer and coach Brent Dillard … Earned All-State honors as a junior and senior … Led team to the 2009 Tri-County League Championship … Led Western Mass in goals as a junior and senior and was named student-athlete of the year as a senior … Totaled 96 goals and 29 assists during high school career … Set career records for points and goals … Also played basketball and track and field while in high school … His 10.8 as a senior in the 100M in track is a school record. Personal Full name is Jaytoe Emmanuel Teh … Born in Monrovia, Liberia on May 12, 1993 … Son of Joseph and Jemima Teh … Has brothers Albert, Kelvin, Bill and Josh … Brother Josh played soccer at Westfield University.

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van arsdale’s Career stats Year gP-s Min ga gaa 2011 3-3 290:00 6 1.86 2012 19-18 1710:43 21 1.10 totals 22-21 2000:43 27 1.21

Jack Van Arsdale GK • 6-1 • R-Sr. Richmond, Va. (Mills E. Godwin/VCU) * College Soccer News National Team of the Week (9/17/12) * Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week (9/17/12) * 2012 All-Conference USA (second-team) * 2012 C-USA All-Academic Team

W-l-t 1-0-2 9-7-2 10-7-4

sF 31 210 241

MF • 6-1 • Fr. Evansville, Ind. (Reitz Memorial)

2011 Earned the back-up keeper position in the preseason, making three starts in place of an injured Tyler Beadle … Started consecutive games vs. IUPUI and IPFW and the season finale at No. 25 South Carolina … vs. IUPUI, totaled on save and allowed two goals in a 2-2 weather-shortened draw and vs. IPFW totaled two saves in a 4-2 win, facing 10 shots … With Beadle out at South Carolina, Van Arsdale was the lone keeper to travel and he turned in his best outing of the year, saving three shots in 17 shots faced, including helping UK manage to battle through a 19-0 advantage in corner kicks, with UK playing with 10 men the majority of the contest … Made the biggest save of the year on a penalty kick late in the game vs. South Carolina, allowing UK a chance to finish the game in a draw … Totaled a 1.86 goals-against average in his three games, saving six shots and posting a 1-0-2 record.

Pre-College Earned three letters for Herb Modrac at Mills E. Godwin … As a senior, earned first-team All-Colonial District, a second-team All-Central Region, second team All-Metro Richmond, first-team All-DigitalSports and team MVP and captain honors … As a senior totaled 15 shutouts in 22 games, good for a 0.49 goals-against average and a 18-2-1 record … Led team to the Colonial District regular-season and tournament championship as a senior … Played for club tem Richmond Strikers and coach Erwan LeCrom from 1996-2009 … Also played basketball for three years … Had a staggering 4.2 GPA in high school.

PCt. .500 .734 .703

Michael Vieth

2012 Had an all-conference season as UK’s primary goalkeeper … Battled with talented freshman Callum Irving in the preseason for the starting job, with Irving getting the nod in the season opener at Dayton … Started both of UK’s games in the Gamecock Classic, allowing two goals in each game … Irving started the next two games, with Van Arsdale coming off the bench to work a shutout second half vs. No. 4 Charlotte in a 1-0 loss … Earned the starting job in goal for the remainder of the season with a heroic shutout performance at No. 18 Louisville … Saved six shots in a 1-0 win at Louisville, with UK getting an early goal to hold up the win … Started the final 15 games of the year in goal … Saved six shots vs. Memphis, at Louisville and vs. Northwestern … Earned conference and national weekly accolades after helping UK to the blanking at Louisville.

2009-10 (vCU) Played two years at Virginia Commonwealth for coach Dave Giffard … As a freshman, played in five games and four starts … Totaled 18 saves and a .692 save percentage … In his second career game in 2009, totaled 10 saves against high-powered North Carolina … Did not see game action as a sophomore.

sv 6 58 64

Pre-College Played three years at Reitz Memorial High School for his father, Bill Vieth Jr. … As a senior, earned firstteam all-city, all-district, all-conference and all-state honors … Was named an All-American by Choice Hotels as a senior … Totaled 22 goals and 13 assists as a senior and 10 goals and eight assists as a junior … Played club soccer for St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro U18 Academy and was coached by Jeremy Alumbaugh … Led his high school team to sectional, regional and semi-state championships in 2010, sectional championship in 2011 and section and regional championships in 2012 … In 2011 for Reitz Memorial, earned first-team all-city, all-district, all-conference and thirdteam all-state honors as a junior … Was named second-team all-conference and all-city as a sophomore … Had five goals in club action as a senior … Was invited to a high school All-American game in December of 2013, scoring the game-tying goal … Was named a NSCAA High School Scholar All-American. Personal Full name is Michael Timothy Vieth … Son of Bill Vieth Jr. and Sarah Vieth … Father was high school soccer coach in Evansville … Has three brothers, Tyler (21), Jack (16) and Shawn (12) … Comes from a soccer family, as grandfather and father played at St. Louis, uncle Tim Wieth played soccer at Duke and brother Tyler played at Belmont … Tyler is entering redshirt junior season at Belmont, after playing a season at Missouri State … Tyler played in nine games in 2011, making five starts.

Jordan Wilson D • 6-3 • Fr. Auchterarder, Scotland (Dollar/Bearsden) Pre-College Played with the Scottish National Team, participating in the European qualifiers against Serbia, also attending national training camps … Played club for the Glasgow Rangers Football Club (Youth Academy) with coaches Billy Kirkwood, Jimmy Sinclair and Tommy Wilson from 2009-13 … Attended high school at Dollar and Bearden Academies … Transferred from club team Falkirk F.C. (Youth Academy) for coach Gordon Dick. Personal Full name is Jordan Wilson … Son of Kenny and Tracey Wilson … Born on April 12, 1995 in Glasgow, Scotland … Has two brothers, Adam (16) and Josh (21) and sister, Laura (23) … Father Kenny played professional soccer for Scottish teams Queens Park, St. Johnston, Stirling Albio and Kilmarnock.

Personal Full name is Jackson Conner Van Arsdale … Son of Dean Van Arsdale and Betsy Swanson … Has an older brother, Nathan (25) and older sister, Lane (23) … Brother, Nathan played soccer at Longwood University.

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2012 RESULTS Date Aug. 26 Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 27 Oct. 31 Nov. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. 9 Nov. 15

Opponent at Dayton vs. No. 25 Northwestern vs. No. 15 St. John’s St. Joesph’s No. 4 Charlotte at No. 18 Louisville East Tennessee State at Evansville at IPFW Memphis No. 11 Indiana at No. 25 SMU at No. 25 UAB at Marshall FIU at No. 23 Tulsa UCF South Carolina vs. Memphis vs. No. 19 SMU No. 19 Xavier

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

Overall 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 3-4-0 4-4-0 5-4-0 5-4-1 5-5-1 5-6-1 6-6-1 7-6-1 8-6-1 9-6-1 9-7-1 9-8-1 10-8-1 10-8-2 10-9-2

C-USA 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-1 2-1-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 4-2-1 4-3-1 4-3-1 4-3-1 4-3-1

Attend 398 1282 647 826 755 5583 520 1284 229 1437 1041 515 411 407 1079 287 307 632 357 440 980

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Notes second half sees all seven goals scored; Riggs, Lodge, Pettys score NU erases UK 1-0 first-half lead, wins in 96th minute during OT SJU gets game-winner on PK in 21st minute first-career win for Johan Cedergren; Celis, Pettys score defending NCAA runner-up Charlotte scores in 26th minute Lodge scores in 38th, Van Arsdale turns in performance of year Perinovic first career goal is game-winner road win sees goals each half; UE keeper makes 11 saves five-goal outburst at IPFW; Riggs, Conelian each with two goals 2-2 tie sees goals from Riggs, Pettys eventual NCAA Champ IU opens up with 4-0 lead; goal from Riggs UK outshoots, out-corners SMU in tough-luck loss two-goal rally in second half sparks 2012 season-ending run Asher’s first career goal gives UK win at local high school stadium Asher nets hat trick; Scibilia nets first-career goal cleansheet from Van Arsdale, goals from Lodge, Conelian goal in 40th leads UCF to win; UK outshoots UCF 23-12 UK has 18-10 advantage in shots, 10-0 in corners in hard-luck loss Kemper gets first-career goal in C-USA Quarterfinals SMU advances on penalty kicks, 4-1 UK hosts first NCAA Tournament since 2003; XU takes lead in 86th


2012 TEAM STATISTICS Record:10-9-2Home:3-5-1Away:6-2-0Neutral:1-2-1C-USA:4-3-1 UK

OPP

SHOTSTATiSTiCS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists

34-274 1.62 .124 123-274 .449 13.0 27

26-237 1.24 .110 95-237 .401 11.3 21

CORNeRKiCKS PeNALTYKiCKS OffSiDeS

125 5-5 43

96 4-4 38

PeNALTieS Yellow cards Red cards

27 1

32 2

ATTeNDANCe Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

7577 9/842 4/682

9114 8/1139

GOALSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 12 11

2nd 22 14

OT 0 1

OT2 0 0

Tot 34 26

SHOTSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 120 92

2nd 147 134

OT 3 8

OT2 4 3

Tot 274 237

SAveSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 24 31

2nd 41 55

OT 3 2

OT2 1 1

Tot 69 89

CORNeRKiCKSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 56 39

2nd 67 56

OT 0 1

OT2 2 0

Tot 125 96

fOULSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 101 39

2nd 106 56

OT 5 1

OT2 4 0

Tot 216 96

OffSiDeSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 24 31

2nd 41 55

OT 3 2

OT2 1 1

Tot 69 89

2012 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS OffeNSive No 9 6 21 8 2 11 14 12 4 3 26 15 23 7 17 5 24 18 10 20

Name Tyler Riggs Matt Lodge Charles Pettys Gabriel Conelian Dylan Asher Jacob Kemper Bryan Celis Cameron Wilder Steven Perinovic Dustin Scibilia Kristopher Tollefsen Caleb Richardson Jacob Scearce Dylan Murphy Isak Krogstad Jacob Speed Brad Doliner Adam Pettys Marco Bordon Byron Vega Total Opponents

GP-GS 17-15 21-21 18-15 21-13 16-16 21-21 21-11 21-21 21-21 8-3 21-18 11-1 3-0 4-0 20-12 21-20 3-0 3-0 5-2 6-0 21 21

Mins 1339 1704 1294 1200 1283 1793 1317 1806 1892 320 1410 217 79 95 1208 1815 71 52 293 130 -

G 7 7 6 5 4 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 26

A 4 3 3 3 0 5 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 21

Pts 18 17 15 13 8 7 6 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 95 73

Sh 38 72 20 26 17 19 12 14 11 5 17 9 2 0 6 3 1 1 1 0 274 237

Shot% .184 .097 .300 .192 .235 .053 .083 .071 .091 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .124 .110

SOG 25 28 11 11 9 6 8 4 4 2 6 6 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 123 95

SOG% .658 .389 .550 .423 .529 .316 .667 .286 .364 .400 .353 .667 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .449 .401

W 9 1 0 10 9

L 7 2 0 9 9

YC-RC 1-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 4-0 1-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 27-1 32-2

GW 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9

PK-ATT 0-0 2-2 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-5 4-4

T 2 0 0 2 2

Sho 5/0 1/0 0/0 6 5

faced 210 19 0 229 260

GOALKeePeR No 1 22

Name Jack Van Arsdale Callum Irving Team Total Opponents

GP-GS 19-18 3-3 21 21

Mins 1710:43 225:00 0.00 1935:43 1935:43

GA 21 5 0 26 34

Avg 1.10 2.00 0.00 1.21 1.58

Saves 58 7 4 69 89

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Pct .734 .583 1.000 .726 .724


2012 TEAM C-USA STATISTICS Record:4-3-1Home:1-2-1Away:3-1-0 SHOTSTATiSTiCS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists

UK

OPP

12-117 1.50 .103 50-117 .427 14.6 14

8-99 1.00 .081 34-99 .343 12.4 2

CORNeRKiCKS PeNALTYKiCKS OffSiDeS

46 3-3 16

35 2-2 10

PeNALTieS Yellow cards Red cards

13 1

12 1

ATTeNDANCe Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

3455 4/864 0/0

1620 4/405

GOALSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 4 4

2nd 8 4

OT 0 0

OT2 0 0

Tot 12 8

SHOTSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 49 39

2nd 65 55

OT 2 3

OT2 1 2

Tot 117 99

SAveSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 9 12

2nd 15 24

OT 2 1

OT2 0 1

Tot 26 38

CORNeRKiCKSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 16 15

2nd 29 19

OT 0 1

OT2 1 0

Tot 46 35

fOULSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 35 45

2nd 41 51

OT 1 3

OT2 1 0

Tot 78 99

OffSiDeSBYPeRiOD Kentucky Opponents

1st 8 3

2nd 6 7

OT 1 0

OT2 1 0

Tot 16 10

2012 INDIVIDUAL C-USA STATISTICS OffeNSive No 2 21 6 8 9 14 3 11 15 7 26 12 4 17 5 24 18 10 20

Name Dylan Asher Charles Pettys Matt Lodge Gabriel Conelian Tyler Riggs Bryan Celis Dustin Scibilia Jacob Kemper Caleb Richardson Dylan Murphy Kristopher Tollefsen Cameron Wilder Steven Perinovic Isak Krogstad Jacob Speed Brad Doliner Adam Pettys Marco Bordon Byron Vega Total Opponents

GP-GS 8-8 6-5 8-8 8-4 6-4 8-7 3-0 8-8 5-0 2-0 8-5 8-8 8-8 8-7 8-8 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 8 8

Mins 613 387 667 472 465 564 71 691 84 70 392 707 720 601 740 26 34 68 29 -

G 4 3 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 8

A 0 1 2 3 1 3 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 2

Pts 8 7 6 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 18

Sh 14 7 27 11 14 7 4 4 6 0 8 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 0 117 99

Shot% .286 .429 .074 .091 .071 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .103 .081

SOG 8 4 12 3 7 3 2 2 3 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 50 34

SOG% .571 .571 444 .273 .500 .429 .500 .500 .500 .000 .375 .250 .250 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .427 .343

W 4 0 4 3

L 3 0 6 4

YC-RC 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-1 12-1

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

PK-ATT 0-0 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 2-2

T 1 0 1 1

Sho 2/0 0/0 2 3

faced 95 0 95 110

GOALKeePeR No 1

Name Jack Van Arsdale Team

Total Opponents

GP-GS 8-8 8 8

Mins 740:00 0:00 740:00 740:00

GA 8 0 8 12

Avg 0.97 0.00 0.97 1.46

Saves 24 2 26 38

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Pct .750 1.000 .765 .760


2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Record:10-9-2Home:3-5-1Away:6-2-0Neutral:1-2-1C-USA:4-3-1

KeNTUCKY Date Opponent Aug. 26 at Dayton Aug. 31 vs. Northwestern Sept. 2 vs. St. John’s Sept. 7 St. Joseph’s Sept. 9 Charlotte Sept. 14 at Louisville Sept. 19 East Tenn. State Sept. 22 at Evansville Sept. 25 at IPFW Sept. 30 Memphis Oct. 3 Indiana Oct. 6 at SMU Oct. 13 at UAB Oct. 17 at Marshall Oct. 21 FIU Oct. 27 at Tulsa Oct. 31 UCF Nov. 4 South Carolina Nov. 7 vs. Memphis Nov. 9 vs. SMU Nov. 15 Xavier Kentucky Opponent

Score 3-4 1-2 1-2 2-0 0-1 1-0 3-1 2-0 5-1 2-2 1-4 0-2 2-1 1-0 5-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 2-2 0-1 34-26

G 3 1 1 2 0 1 3 2 5 2 1 0 2 1 5 2 0 0 1 2 0 34 26

A 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 4 2 0 1 2 6 1 0 0 1 1 0 27 21

Pts 7 3 3 6 0 2 8 6 10 8 4 0 5 4 16 5 0 0 3 5 0 95 73

Sh Shot% 21 .143 6 .167 9 .111 20 .100 8 .000 5 .200 7 .429 18 .111 24 .208 13 .154 8 .125 12 .000 8 .250 11 .091 24 .208 8 .250 23 .000 18 .000 8 .125 14 .143 9 .000 274 .124 237 .110

SOG 7 3 6 8 5 2 4 14 10 5 4 5 4 3 13 6 9 5 4 5 1 123 95

SOG% .333 .500 .667 .400 .625 .400 .571 .778 .417 .385 .500 .417 .500 .273 .542 .750 .391 .278 .500 .357 .111 .449 .401

GW 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 9

PK-ATT YC-RC 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 4-0 1-1 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 4-1 0-0 2-0 1-1 3-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 5-5 27-1 4-4 32-2

GA 4 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 4 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 26 34

Sv 6 6 3 3 1 6 3 0 2 6 2 1 5 5 1 4 2 2 6 4 3 69 89

Pct. .600 .750 .600 .600 .500 1.000 .750 .000 .667 .750 .333 .333 .833 1.000 .500 1.000 .667 .667 1.000 .667 .750 .726 .724

faced 15 12 11 2 5 11 7 6 12 17 12 6 13 17 7 14 12 9 11 20 10 229 260

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

G 4 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 4 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 26

A 5 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 21

Pts 13 6 5 0 3 0 2 0 3 5 12 5 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 7 4 73

Sh Shot% 15 .267 12 .167 13 .154 2 .000 5 .200 11 .000 8 .125 9 .000 13 .077 18 .111 12 .333 18 .111 13 .077 17 .000 7 .143 15 .000 12 .083 10 .100 11 .000 20 .100 10 .100 237 .110

SOG 10 8 5 1 2 6 4 0 3 8 6 8 6 5 2 4 3 3 6 6 4 95

SOG% .667 .667 .385 .500 .400 .545 .500 .000 .231 .444 .500 .444 .462 .294 .286 .267 .250 .300 .545 .300 .400 .401

GW 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 9

PK-ATT YC-RC 0-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 4-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 32-2

GA 3 1 1 2 0 1 3 2 5 2 1 0 2 1 5 2 0 0 1 2 0 34

Sv 4 2 5 6 5 1 1 12 5 3 3 5 2 2 8 4 9 5 3 3 1 89

Pct. .571 .667 .833 .750 1.000 .500 .250 .857 .500 .600 .750 1.000 .500 .667 .615 .667 1.000 1.000 .750 .600 1.000 .724

faced 20 6 9 20 7 5 6 17 22 13 8 12 7 11 21 6 23 17 8 14 8 260

OPPONeNT Date Opponent Aug. 26 at Dayton Aug. 31 vs. Northwestern Sept. 2 vs. St. John’s Sept. 7 St. Joseph’s Sept. 9 Charlotte Sept. 14 at Louisville Sept. 19 East Tenn. State Sept. 22 at Evansville Sept. 25 at IPFW Sept. 30 Memphis Oct. 3 Indiana Oct. 6 at SMU Oct. 13 at UAB Oct. 17 at Marshall Oct. 21 FIU Oct. 27 at Tulsa Oct. 31 UCF Nov. 4 South Carolina Nov. 7 vs. Memphis Nov. 9 vs. SMU Nov. 15 Xavier Kentucky

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2012 SUPERLATIVES Record:10-9-2Home:3-5-1Away:6-2-0Neutral:1-2-1C-USA:4-3-1 KeNTUCKYGAMeHiGHS

KeNTUCKYGAMeLOWS

Points Goals

Points Goals Assists Shots ShotsonGoal Saves Corners fouls

Assists Shots ShotsonGoal Saves

Corners fouls

16 vs. FIU (10/21) 5 vs. FIU (10/21) 5 at IPFW (9/25) 6 vs. FIU (10/21) 24 vs. FIU (10/21) 24 at IPFW (9/25) 12 vs. Evansville (9/23) 12 vs. IPFW (9/6) 6 vs. Memphis (11/7) 6 vs. Memphis (9/30) 6 at Louisville (9/14) 6 vs. Northwestern (8/31) 6 at Dayton (8/26) 12 vs. St. Joseph’s (9/7) 12 vs. St. Joseph’s (9/7)

OPPONeNTGAMeHiGHS Points Goals Assists Shots ShotsonGoal Saves Corners fouls

13 at Dayton (8/26) 4 vs. Indiana (10/3) 4 at Dayton (8/26) 5 at Dayton (8/26) 4 vs. Indiana (10/3) 20 vs. SMU (11/9) 10 at Dayton (8/26) 12 at Evansville (9/22) 10 vs. St. John’s (9/2) 21 vs. Charlotte (9/9)

OPPONeNTGAMeLOWS Points Goals Assists Shots ShotsonGoal Saves Corners fouls

KeNTUCKYiNDiviDUALGAMeHiGHS Points Goals Assists Shots ShotsonGoal Saves

0 five times 0 five times 0 seven times 5 at Louisville (9/14) 1 vs. Xavier (11/15) 0 at Evansville (9/22) 0 at Tulsa (10/27) 3 vs. UCF (10/31)

6 Dylan Asher vs. FIU (10/21) 3 Dylan Asher vs. FIU (10/21) 2 Gabriel Conelian vs. FIU (10/21) 9 Matt Lodge at IPFW (9/25) 6 Tyler Riggs at Evansville (9/22) 6 Jack Van Arsdale vs. Memphis (11/7) 6 Jack Van Arsdale at Louisville (9/14) 6 Jack Van Arsdale vs. Northwestern (8/31) 6 Callum Irving at Dayton (8/26)

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0 six times 0 six times 0 11 times 2 vs. St. Joseph’s (9/7) 0 at Evansville (9/22) 1 three times 0 vs. South Carolina (11/4) 6 vs. Xavier (11/15)


2012 CONFERENCE RECAP FINAL STANDINGS Team SMU Tulsa UCF Memphis Kentucky UAB Marshall South Carolina FIU

Conference W L T 6 2 0 5 2 1 5 3 0 4 2 2 4 3 1 4 4 0 3 5 0 2 5 1 0 7 1

TOURNAMENT REVIEW Pts 18 16 15 14 13 12 9 7 1

Overall W 10 14 8 8 10 10 11 5 8

L 5 6 7 7 9 8 5 11 8

T 5 1 3 3 2 2 1 2 2

C-USA INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Players of the Year Jaime Ibarra, SMU/Daniel Withrow, Marshall Offensive Player of the Year Mark Sherrod, Memphis Defensive Player of the Year Jaime Ibarra, SMU Freshman of the Year Cristian Mata, Tulsa Coach of the Year Tim McClements, SMU ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM GK: Daniel Withrow, Marshall GK: Jaime Ibarra, SMU F: Mark Sherrod, Memphis F: Cristian Mata, Tulsa F: Deshorn Brown, UCF M: Matt Lodge, Kentucky M: Liam Collins, Memphis M: Omar Mata, Tulsa D: Steven Perinovic, Kentucky D: Mladen Lemez, UAB D: Andrew Quintana, UCF ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM GK: Jack Van Arsdale, Kentucky F: Quentin Albrecht, FIU F: Tom Jackson, Marshall F: Tyler Engel, SMU F: Bradlee Baladez, South Carolina F: Kofi Gyawu, UAB M: Cameron Wilder, Kentucky M: T.J. Nelson, SMU M: Braeden Troyer, South Carolina D: Damien Rosales, SMU D: Aaron Simmons, SMU D: Darion Copeland, UAB D: Reed Matte, UAB D: Ben Hunt, UCF

ALL-CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM GK: Mark Pais, Tulsa F: Tyler Riggs, Kentucky M: Daniel Gonzalez, FIU M: Devin Perkins, Marshall M: Andrew Morales, SMU M: Chase Wickham, UAB M: Fatai Alabi, UAB M: Omar Vallejo, UCF D: Joseph Dawkins, FIU D: Anthony Hobbs, FIU D: Dylan Asher, Kentucky D: Jordan Johnson, Memphis D: Mike Mangotic, South Carolina D: Tony Rocha, Tulsa ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM GK: Robin Spiegel, FIU F: Cristian Mata, Tulsa F: Bryce Follensbee, Tulsa F: Karl Chester, UAB F: Ian Svantesson, UAB M: Daniel Gonzalez, FIU M: Quincy Thomas, Memphis M: John Lujano, SMU D: Jacob Speed, Kentucky D: Jack Hopkins, Marshall D: Michael King, SMU D: Bradley Bourgeois, Tulsa ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Joseph Dawkins, FIU Anthony Hobbs, FIU Jack Van Arsdale, Kentucky Zach Hunter, Marshall Andreas Guentner, Memphis Mark Sherrod, Memphis Kevin Starn, South Carolina Braeden Troyer, South Carolina Jake Dobkins, Tulsa Mark Pais, Tulsa Reede Matte, UAB A.J. Nelson, UCF 26

First Round - Hoover, Ala. No. 6 UAB 3, No. 3 UCF 1 No. 5 Kentucky 1, No. 4 Memphis 0 Second Round - Hoover, Ala. No. 2 Tulsa 1, UAB 0 (2ot) No. 1 SMU 0, Kentucky 0 (SMU advances, 4-1 on PKs) FINAL - Hoover, Ala. Tulsa 5, SMU 0


2012 CONFERENCE USA RECAP TylerRiggs,Kentucky Mladen Lemez, UAB Akeil Barrett, Tulsa Omar Mata, Tulsa MattLodge,Kentucky

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Team FIU Kentucky Marshall Memphis SMU S. Carolina Tulsa UAB UCF

GP 18 21 17 18 20 18 21 20 18

Shots 268 274 251 243 235 219 331 284 269

Fouls 245 216 186 223 232 228 231 223 199

Offside 63 43 30 21 42 43 45 46 47

Corner 118 125 90 96 95 84 110 116 108

PK-Att 1-1 5-5 2-2 4-3 5-4 2-2 4-4 4-4 1-1

YC-RC 41-2 27-1 12-1 23-1 24-2 18-0 19-0 22-2 28-0

ASSiSTS Rk 1 3 5 8

CONFERENCE TEAM LEADERS SHOTS Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Team Tulsa UAB Kentucky UCF FIU Marshall Memphis SMU S. Carolina

POiNTS Rk 1 2 3 5 6 8 9

Team Tulsa Kentucky UAB FIU Memphis Marshall UCF SMU S. Carolina

GOALS Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Team Tulsa Marshall UAB Memphis Kentucky UCF FIU SMU S. Carolina

ASSiSTS Rk 1 2 3 6 7 8 9

Team FIU Tulsa Memphis SMU Kentucky UAB UCF Marshall S. Carolina

GOALSALLOWeD Rk 1 2 3 4 5

Team Marshall Tulsa SMU Memphis FIU

GP 21 20 21 18 18 17 18 20 18

No. 331 284 274 269 268 251 243 235 219

Avg/G 15.76 14.20 13.05 14.94 14.89 14.76 13.50 11.75 12.17

GP 21 21 20 18 18 17 18 20 18

No. 133 95 94 94 87 81 81 77 60

Avg/G 6.33 4.52 4.70 5.22 4.83 4.76 4.50 3.85 3.33

GP 21 17 20 18 21 18 18 20 18

No. 48 30 34 30 34 29 28 25 20

Avg/G 2.29 1.76 1.70 1.67 1.62 1.61 1.56 1.25 1.11

GP 18 21 18 20 21 20 18 17 18

No. 38 37 27 27 27 26 23 21 20

Avg/G 2.11 1.76 1.50 1.35 1.29 1.30 1.28 1.24 1.11

GP 17 21 20 18 18

No. 9 23 24 25 26

Avg/G 0.53 1.10 1.20 1.39 1.44

7 9

Kentucky UCF UAB S. Carolina

21 18 20 18

26 29 29 33

1.24 1.61 1.45 1.83

Minutes 1563:59 1932:25 1920:33 1935:43 1743:06 1693:16 1874:22 1702:14 1681:49

Avg. 0.52 1.07 1.12 1.21 1.29 1.38 1.39 1.53 1.77

GOALSAGAiNSTAveRAGe Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Team Marshall Tulsa SMU Kentucky Memphis FIU UAB UCF S. Carolina

GA 9 23 24 26 25 26 29 29 33

GAMe-WiNNiNGGOALS Rk 1 3

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Player Mark Sherrod, Memphis MattLodge,Kentucky Quentin Albrecht, FIU Cristian Mata, Tulsa Deshorn Brown, UCF Kofi Gyawu, UAB Akeil Barrett, Tulsa Tom Jackson, Marshall Bryce Follensbee, Tulsa McKauly Tulloch, UCF

POiNTS Rk 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9

Player Cristian Mata, Tulsa Deshorn Brown, UCF Mark Sherrod, Memphis Quentin Albrecht, FIU Tyler Engel, SMU Bryce Follensbee, Tulsa Omar Mata, Tulsa Tom Jackson, Marshall Colby Burdette, FIU TylerRiggs,Kentucky Akeil Barrett, Tulsa

GOALS Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 8

Player Cristian Mata, Tulsa Deshorn Brown, UCF Mark Sherrod, Memphis Quentin Albrecht, FIU Bryce Follensbee, Tulsa Tom Jackson, Marshall Tyler Engel, SMU Colby Burdette, FIU

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GP 18 21 17 20 16 20 21 14 21 13 G 14 13 12 10 8 9 7 8 7 7 7 GP 20 16 18 17 21 14 18 16

No. 89 72 70 66 60 53 51 50 50 45 A Pts 6 34 3 29 4 28 3 23 7 23 3 21 6 20 3 19 4 18 4 18 4 18 No. 14 13 12 10 9 8 8 7

Player Tyler Engel, SMU Cristian Mata, Tulsa Deshorn Brown, UCF Quentin Albrecht, FIU Mark Sherrod, Memphis MattLodge,Kentucky Omar Mata, Tulsa

GOALSAGAiNSTAvG

CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SHOTS

Player Daniel Gonzalez, FIU Omar Vallejo, UCF Liam Collins, Memphis Tyler Engel, SMU Lyle Lindquist, FIU Cristian Mata, Tulsa Omar Mata, Tulsa Kofi Gyawu, UAB Stepehn Roberson, Tulsa JacobKemper,Kentucky

Avg. 4.94 3.43 4.12 3.30 3.75 2.65 2.43 3.57 2.38 3.46

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Team Daniel Withrow, Marshall Mark Pais, Tulsa Jack Van Arsdale, UK Jaime Ibarra, SMU Sebastian Evers, UCF Raphael Ville, UAB Conor Hurley, Memphis Robin Spiegel, FIU Alex Long, S. Carolina

GA 9 23 21 24 23 29 21 26 28

SAvePeRCeNTAGe Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Player Sv Daniel Withrow, Marshall 77 Jaime Ibarra, SMU 99 Mark Pais, Tulsa 74 Sebastian Evers, UCF 64 JackvanArsdale,UK 58 Raphael Ville, UAB 76 Robin Spiegel, FIU 55 Alex Long, S. Carolina 52 Conor Hurley, Memphis 29

SAveS Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Jaime Ibarra, SMU Daniel Withrow, Marshall Raphael Ville, UAB Mark Pais, Tulsa Sebastian Evers, UCF JackvanArsdale,UK Robin Spiegel, FIU Alex Long, S. Carolina Conor Hurley, Memphis Cody Uzcategui, Memphis

17 20 21 21 21

7 7 7 7 7

GP 16 18 18 18 17 20 21 20 20 21

No. 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5

GP 18 20 16 17 18 21 21

No. 5 5 3 3 3 3 3

Minutes Avg. 1544 0.52 1932 1.07 1710 1.10 1920 1.12 1502 1.38 1874 1.39 1341 1.41 1635 1.43 1411 1.78 GA 9 24 23 23 21 29 26 28 21 GP 20 17 20 21 16 19 18 16 14 5

Pct .895 .805 .763 .736 .734 .724 .679 .650 .580 No. 99 77 76 74 64 58 55 52 29 15


HISTORY OF UK SOCCER

One of the biggest wins in program history came in 2007, when UK posted a 2-1 comeback win over No. 1 SMU. The University of Kentucky men's soccer program has steadily climbed to the level of the nation's elite since it was established on June 1, 1991. Before joining one of the nation’s top soccer conferences in Conference USA in 2005, Kentucky spent a decade in the Mid-American Conference, where it dominated the opposition. In that span, Kentucky won four conference championships and advanced to the finals or semifinals of the league tournament every season. The program has continued to grow over time, drawing a school-record 3,327 fans for its 1-0 win over Louisville in 2005 and ranking 21st in the nation in attendance during that season. In 2008, UK led the conference in attendance for the second time in the past three years. Through the years, UK's soccer program has produced highlight after highlight, from its 1995 1-0 win over Indiana in Bloomington to its 2-1 win over MAC rival Bowling Green in 1997 in front of 3,003 screaming Wildcats fans at the UK Soccer Complex. The 2008 highlight came when the Wildcats upended No. 1 SMU at the UK Soccer Complex, UK’s first win over a top-ranked foe in program history. When UK soccer became a varsity sport on June 1, 1991, Lexington native Sam Wooten took the helm. He had served as the Kentucky coach during UK's club soccer days, and he was the natural choice to lead the new varsity team.

Known for his big, physical squads, Wooten racked up a 28-25-7 record in three seasons at the reins. From 1991 to 1996, the Wildcats called The Cage home. The Cage Soccer Field, which stood where UK's Boone Tennis Center now stands, placed fans just feet from the pitch and the UK fans gave Kentucky a tremendous home-field advantage. In its five-and-a-half seasons at The Cage, UK posted an impressive 34-17-8 home mark. In 1994, Ian Collins was brought in by thenUK Athletics Director C.M. Newton to lead the UK Soccer Wildcats. Under Collins, the Wildcats were consistent conference title contenders in both the MAC and C-USA. The Wildcats won the MAC Tournament title three straight years from 1999-2001 and regular-season championships in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2004. In 2001, the Wildcats ran through the league with a perfect 6-0-0 record. UK repeated the feat in 2003 and became the first team in conference history to go through the regular season without relinquishing a goal. Since joining C-USA, UK has made all but one conference tournament, with UK ranking only behind Tulsa for the most wins in the conference during that span. The UK Soccer Complex ushered in a new era of UK soccer. Opened on Oct. 24, 1996, the complex houses a playing field, a practice field, team lounge and locker rooms. Before the 2011 28

season, UK invested $100,000 on a state-of-theart playing surface, designed to prevent injuries and provide a better all-weather surface. In addition, UK installed a tower at the complex, allowing coaches to get a tremendous view of the action for postgame video. Flash forward to the 2012 season and an exciting addition of head coach Johan Cedergren to guide the program led to a historic inagural campaign. Cedergren’s new attacking system paced the Wildcats to its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2003, with UK tabbed to host Xavier at the UK Soccer Complex. After the season, the Wildcats announced the construction of a sparkling new facility that will provide the program one of the top stadiums in college soccer. The $9 million facility is scheduled to be completed during the 2013 season. With the addition of a video tower, a $100,000 perfect playing surface, a video board and now state-of-the-art facilities for games and training, UK’s program will be spurred by one of the top facilities in the NCAA. In addition to its successful teams, the UK soccer program has also been successful academically. Four times since 2000 the program has won an NSCAA Team Academic Award and has produced five Boyd McWhorter Scholarship nominees in that same span. In 2006, 2007 and 2008, the soccer team was named the UK Male Academic Team of the Year at the CATSPY Awards.


CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1999 MAC Tournament Champs The 1999 Mid-American Conference Tournament began a three-year championship run for the Wildcats. The second-seeded Wildcats marched through Eastern and Western Michigan before avenging a regular-season loss to Northern Illinois with a 2-1 victory to win the title. Jason Bell scored both goals in the final en route to All-Tournament Team honors. He was joined on the team by Giovanni Fernandes, Chris McAlpine and goalkeeper Brian O’Leary, who pitched two shutouts. The championship sealed Kentucky’s first NCAA Tournament appearance.

Bowling Green Northern Illinois Buffalo Marshall Western Michigan Akron Eastern Michigan Kentucky

winning goal. Greg Bironas, Ilkka Jantti, J.D. Stephenson and goalkeeper Brian O’Leary were each named to the All-Tournament team. Bowling Green

Buffalo Akron Western Michigan Marshall

Northern Illinois

Northern Illinois

DeKalb, Ill. Northern Illinois

Kentucky

Marshall

Buffalo, N.Y. Bowling Green

Buffalo Kentucky

Bowling Green, Ohio

Marshall Buffalo, N.Y. Kentucky

Kentucky

Kentucky

Lexington, Ky.

Western Michigan DeKalb, Ill. Kentucky

Kentucky

2000 MAC Champs After three straight second-place finishes, Kentucky finally broke through and won a share of the Mid-American Conference title in 2000. It would be the beginning of a MAC dynasty as the Wildcats took home at least a share of the championship in four of five seasons. In the team’s four conference wins, the Wildcats suffocating defense allowed just one goal. Chris McDaniel paced the offensive attack with a team-high five goals, including three game-winners. Giovanni Fernandes and Ilkka Jantti were each named all-conference. Kentucky would go on to become the third team in conference history to win the regular season championship and the tournament title.

STANDINGS Team Kentucky Akron Bowling Green Marshall Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan

W 4 4 4 4 3 1 1

Conference L T Pct. Gf 2 0 .667 8 2 0 .667 16 2 0 .667 9 2 0 .667 13 3 0 .500 6 5 0 .200 1 5 0 .200 1

GA 7 7 4 7 8 5 5

W 11 7 9 14 3 1 1

Overall L 9 7 8 5 3 5 5

T 2 3 1 1 0 0 0

2001 MAC Champs Kentucky became the first team in five years to go unbeaten and untied in conference play while wrapping up its second straight MAC championship. The Wildcats absolutely dominated its opposition, outscoring them 18-4 in league games. The championship came down to the final game of the regular-season when UK scored a 2-1 win over Akron, which also entered the contest with a perfect league record. MAC Player of the Year Ilkka Jantti headlined a group of six UK players named to the allconference squad that included Nathan Fleetwood, John Monebrake, Antti Peltonen, Greg Raber and J.D. Stephenson. Monebrake was tabbed the leagues Newcomer of the Year while head coach Ian Collins was named the MAC Coach of the Year for the third time.

STANDINGS 2000 MAC Tournament Champs

Conference Team W L Kentucky 6 0 Akron 5 1 Marshall 3 3 Buffalo 2 3 Bowling Green 2 4 Western Michigan 1 4 Northern Illinois 1 5

Despite winning a share of the conference title, Kentucky entered the 2000 MAC Tournament seeded fouth due to the league’s tiebreaking procedure. Unfazed, the Wildcats defended their way to a second-straight tournament championship with three straight 1-0 victories. In the second round, UK overcame No. 2 seed Marshall, which taken the regular season meeting between the two. Kentucky then went on the road and knocked off top seed Bowling Green for the title. Brooke Pearse scored the championship

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T 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Pct 1.000 .833 .500 .417 .333 .250 .167

Overall Gf GA 18 4 10 5 9 10 7 9 4 7 6 11 6 14

W 14 10 12 7 8 5 4

L 6 7 7 8 8 13 12

T 1 1 0 2 1 1 1


STANDINGS

2001 MAC Tournament Champs After winning the regular-season championship outright, Kentucky earned the top seed and a first-round bye in the MAC Tournament. Needing two wins, the Wildcats tallied back-to-back 1-0 victories to run their conference tournament win streak to eight, including five straight shutouts. In the championship game played in front of the home crowd in Lexington, MAC Player of the Year Ilkka Jantti scored the winner in the 114th minute for UK’s third straight conference championship. Kentucky joined Bowling Green as the only MAC teams to win three straight league titles. Jantti, Marc Theriault, Chris McAlpine and Chris McDaniel were named to the All-Tournament Team. Kentucky

Conference Team W L Kentucky 6 0 Akron 5 1 Western Michigan 3 2 Bowling Green 2 3 Marshall 2 4 Northern Illinois 2 4 Buffalo 0 6

Overall T Pct Gf GA 0 1.000 11 0 0 .833 10 2 1 .583 8 8 1 .417 6 7 0 .333 4 9 0 .333 6 6 0 .000 0 9

W 12 15 12 8 6 3 1

L 6 5 7 9 13 13 12

T 2 2 2 5 0 2 3

Akron, Ohio Kentucky

Buffalo

Bowling Green

Bowling Green Western Michigan

Lexington, Ky.

Marshall

Marshall Northern Illinois

Kentucky

Akron, Ohio Akron

Akron

Akron

2004 MAC Champs In its final season in the Mid-American Conference, Kentucky went out in grand style by winning their fourth league title in five years. Jamal Shteiwi repeated as MAC Player of the Year after leading the league with 11 goals and 30 points. He was joined on the all-conference teams by six teammates: Michael D’Agostino, Andy Gruenebaum, Anthony Peters, Thomas Senecal, Brandon Stewart and Michael Strong. Kentucky outscored its league opponents 14-4 en route to the crown. The Wildcats wrapped up their 10-year run in the MAC with a 44-13-4 overall record. UK was at its best in its final five years in the league, racking up four conference championships.

STANDINGS

2003 MAC Champs In the most dominant season in Mid-American Conference history, Kentucky went a perfect 6-0 without allowing a goal in league play. The Wildcats’ defense was stifling, led by All-Conference defenders Nathan Li, Thomas Senecal and Brandon Stewart as well as goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum. Offensively, MAC Newcomer of the Year Riley O’Neill was the scorer with a team-high seven goals and MAC Player of the Year Jamal Shteiwi proved the playmaker, tallying a school-record 13 assists. Both were also named all-conference along with midfielder Joey Gaworecki.

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Conference Team W L Kentucky 4 1 Akron 3 1 Northern Illinois 4 2 Western Michigan 3 2 Marshall 3 2 Buffalo 1 4 Bowling Green 0 6

T 1 2 0 1 1 1 0

Pct .750 .667 .667 .583 .583 .250 .000

Overall Gf GA 14 4 8 3 14 9 10 9 14 8 4 13 9 27

W 11 13 12 9 10 8 0

L 5 5 7 7 7 8 19

T 3 3 0 4 3 2 0


CONFERENCE USA HISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR CHAMPIONS Year Champion Rec. UK 1995 UAB 7-0-1 n/a 1996 Charlotte 7-1-0 n/a S. Florida 7-1-0 1997 S. Florida 5-1-2 n/a Marquette 6-2-0 1998 S. Florida 6-1-1 n/a Saint Louis 6-1-1 1999 UAB 7-1-0 n/a Saint Louis 7-1-0 2000 Saint Louis 6-1-1 n/a 2001 Saint Louis 9-1-0 n/a 2002 Marquette 7-2-1 n/a Saint Louis 7-2-1 n/a 2003 Cincinnati 6-2-1 n/a Saint Louis 6-2-1 n/a 2004 Memphis 8-1-0 n/a 2005 SMU 8-1-0 3-4-2 2006 SMU 5-1-2 5-2-1 2007 Tulsa 6-0-2 5-3-0 2008 Tulsa 7-0-1 6-1-1 2009 Tulsa 6-1-1 5-3-0 2010 SMU 7-1-0 4-2-2 2011 South Carolina 6-1-1 2-5-1 UAB 6-1-1 2012 SMU 6-2-0 4-3-1 ALL-TIME C-USA RESULTS (current members only) Team Years SMU 7 Tulsa 7 South Carolina 7 Kentucky 8 UAB 17 Marshall 7 Memphis 16 FIU 7 UCF 7

Place

7th 2nd 3rd 2nd 4th 3rd 7th 5th

Record 35-15-7 30-18-9 29-16-12 30-20-7 76-46-12 24-27-5 42-79-13 13-39-5 18-28-1

C-USA REGULAR SEASON TITLES *Saint Louis 6 *South Florida 3 Tulsa 3 *Marquette 2 *SMU 3 UAB 3 South Carolina 1 *Charlotte 1 *Cincinnati 1 *Memphis 1 * denotes former member

Pct. .675 .605 .614 .585 .611 .473 .361 .272 .394

YEAR-BY-YEAR TOURNEY CHAMPIONS Year Champion Runner-Up 1995 Saint Louis Charlotte 1996 South Florida Marquette 1997 Saint Louis South Florida 1998 South Florida Memphis 1999 UAB Saint Louis 2000 Saint Louis UAB 2001 Saint Louis Marquette 2002 Saint Louis Cincinnati 2003 Saint Louis Charlotte 2004 Memphis UAB 2005 South Carolina Tulsa Kentucky 2006 SMU 2007 Tulsa SMU Kentucky 2008 Tulsa 2009 Tulsa Marshall 2010 South Carolina Tulsa 2011 SMU UCF 2012 Tulsa SMU ALL-TIME C-USA TOURNEY RESULTS (current members only) Team App. Record Pct. Tulsa 6 11-3-2 .750 Kentucky 7 5-4-3 .542 South Carolina 6 7-4-1 .625 Marshall 5 2-5-1 .312 UAB 18 11-16-3 .417 FIU 2 2-3-0 .400 C-USA TOURNAMENT TITLES *Saint Louis 6 SMU 3 Tulsa 3 South Carolina 2 *South Florida 2 Memphis 1 UAB 1 * denotes former member UK ALL-TIME RECORD VS. C-USA OPPONENTS Team Rec. GF GA Charlotte 0-1-0 0 1 FAU 1-0-0 3 0 FIU 5-2-1 11 7 Marshall 14-6-2 43 26 New Mexico 0-0-0 0 0 Old Dominion 0-0-0 0 0 South Carolina 4-4-2 9 14 Tulsa 5-6-1 15 19 UAB 4-4-0 12 10 Total 44-33-9 122 109

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UK’S TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2005 • No. 7 seed at Dallas, Texas First round - tied No. 2 South Carolina, 0-0 lost on penalty kicks, 3-0 2006 • No. 2 seed • Runner-Up at Tulsa, Okla. First round - def. No. 7 Memphis, 3-1 Semifinal - def. No. 3 Tulsa, 3-0 Final - lost to No. 1 SMU, 2-0 2007 • No. 3 seed at Birmingham, Ala. First round - lost to No. 6 Marshall, 3-1 2008 • No. 2 seed at Dallas, Texas First round - def. No. 7 Marshall, 4-2 Semifinal - def. UCF, 1-0 Final - tied No. 1 Tulsa, 1-1 lost on penalty kicks, 4-2 2009 • No. 4 seed at Tulsa, Okla. First round - lost to No. 1 Tulsa, 2-1 2010 • No. 3 seed at Memphis, Tenn. First round - lost to No. 6 Tulsa, 5-0 2012 • No. 5 seed at Hoover, Ala. First round - def. No. 4 Memphis, 1-0 Semifinal - tied No. 1 SMU, 2-2 lost on penalty kicks, 4-1


MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE HISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR CHAMPIONS Year Champion Rec. UK 1995 Akron 5-0-0 3-1-1 1996 Bowling Green 5-0-0 2-2-1 1997 Akron 5-1-1 5-2-0 1998 Akron 8-0-1 7-1-0 1999 Akron 6-0-1 5-1-1 2000 Kentucky 4-2-0 4-2-0 Akron 4-2-0 Bowling Green 4-2-0 Marshall 4-2-0 2001 Kentucky 6-0-0 6-0-0 2002 Akron 4-1-0 2-3-0 2003 Kentucky 6-0-0 6-0-0 2004 Kentucky 4-1-1 4-1-1 ALL-TIME MAC RESULTS (from 1995-2004) Team Years Akron 12 Kentucky 10 Bowling Green 12 Marshall 8 Miami (Ohio) 7 Northern Illinois 8 Buffalo 7 Western Michigan 12 Central Michigan 3 Eastern Michigan 8

Record 58-9-5 44-13-4 40-26-5 26-23-3 15-18-2 22-29-1 14-29-2 17-49-7 2-8-0 4-37-1

Place 3rd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st

1st 4th 1st 1st

Pct. .840 .754 .599 .529 .457 .433 .333 .281 .200 .107

ALL-TIME MAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS (from 1995-2004) Team Years Record Pct. Kentucky 10 14-7 .667 Bowling Green 12 16-8 .667 Akron 12 15-8 .652 Miami (Ohio) 7 4-3 .571 Western Michigan 12 7-10 .412 Marshall 8 4-7 .364 Buffalo 7 3-6 .333 Northern Illinois 8 2-7 .222 Eastern Michigan 8 1-6 .142 Central Michigan 3 0-1 .000 MAC TOURNAMENT TITLES Kentucky 3 Akron 3 Bowling Green 3 Miami (Ohio) 1 Western Michigan 1

TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2004 • No. 1 seed at Kalamazoo, Mich. First round - bye Semifinal - lost to No. 5 W. Michigan, 1-0 2003 • No. 1 seed at Bowling Green, Ohio First round - bye Semifinal - lost to No. 4 Bowling Green, 1-0 2002 • No. 5 seed at Huntington, W.Va. First round - def. No. 4 Buffalo, 4-1 at Bowling Green, Ohio Semifinal - lost to No. 1 Bowling Green, 2-1 2001 • No. 1 seed • Champions at Akron, Ohio First round - bye Semifinal - def. Bowling Green, 1-0 at Lexington, Ky. Championship - def. Akron, 1-0 (2ot) 2000 • No. 4 seed • Champions at Buffalo, N.Y. First round - def. No. 5 Northern Illinois, 10 Semifinal - def. No. 2 Marshall, 1-0 at Bowling Green, Ohio Championship - def. No. 1 Bowling Green, 1-0 1999 • No. 2 seed • Champions at Dekalb, Ill. First round - def. No. 7 Eastern Michigan, 10 Semifinal - def. No. 8 Western Michigan, 30 at Lexington, Ky. Championship - def. No. 6 N. Illinois, 2-1

MAC REGULAR SEASON TITLES Akron 6 Kentucky 4 Bowling Green 3 Marshall 1 Miami (Ohio) 1

1998 • No. 2 seed at Lexington, Ky. First round - def. No. 7 Eastern Michigan, 10 Semifinal - lost to No. 4 Bowling Green, 2-0 (2ot) 1997 • No. 2 seed at Oxford, Ohio First round - def. Western Michigan, 2-1 Semifinal - lost to No. 3 Bowling Green, 1-0 1996 • No. 3 seed • Runner-Up at Bowling Green, Ohio First round - def. No. 6 Western Michigan, 1-0 Semifinal - def. No. 2 Akron, 2-1 Championship - lost to No. 1 Bowling Green, 4-0 1995 • No. 3 Seed at Kalamazoo, Mich. First round - def. No. 6 Eastern Michigan, 41 Semifinal - lost to No. 2 Bowling Green, 1-0 (ot)

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POSTSEASON NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY Appearances: 5 Record: 1-5-2 (.186) at home: 0-1-1 on road: 0-4-1 neutral: 1-0-0 Best finish: Sweet 16 (2000) YEAR-BY-YEAR 1999 at Bloomington, Ind. First round - lost to No. 2 Indiana, 1-0 (2ot) 2000 at St. Louis, Mo. First round - tied No. 9 St. Louis, 0-0 (4ot) (advanced on penalties, 4-2) at Dallas, Texas Second round - lost to No. 6 SMU, 3-1 2001 at Clemson, S.C. First round - def. Mercer, 1-0 Second round - lost to No. 5 Clemson, 1-0 2003 at Lexington, Ky. First round - tied Cincinnati, 0-0 (2ot) (advanced on penalties, 4-2) at Bloomington, Ind. Second round - lost to No. 5 Indiana, 2-1 (2ot) 2012 at Lexington, Ky. First round - lost to Xavier, 1-0

at Bloomington, Ind. The soccer Cats’ first NCAA appearance took place in Bloomington, Ind., in 1999 on the campus of Indiana University. The second-seeded Hoosiers played host to Kentucky, which had won the MAC Championship to receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats stretched IU to the limit as the game remained scoreless for nearly two hours. In the second overtime, with the Cats down two men - one from injury and the other from ejection - Indiana finally got the decisive break when All-American Aleksey Korol scored the gamewinning goal in the 113th minute of play. The Cats ended their best season since 1995 by making it to their first NCAA Tournament. The Hoosiers would go on to win the National Championship that season. 1 0 0

2 0 0

OT 0 0

OT 0 1

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

UK 0 6 1 2 40

IU 1 15 3 6 28

Nov.18, 2000 • First Round Kentucky 0, Saint Louis 0 (4ot) (UK Advances on Penalties, 4-2) at St. Louis, Mo. In their second NCAA appearance, the Cats played at ninth-ranked Saint Louis in the first round of the 2000 NCAA Tournament. The Billikens outshot the Cats by a tally of 21-7, but were held scoreless by Brian O’Leary’s 12 saves in front of a strong UK defense that chipped in with a pair of team saves. Four overtime periods could not decide the game, which entered the record books as a 0-0 tie. Per NCAA rules, penalty kicks were required to break the 150 minute deadlock, and O’Leary again shined, making two key saves and netting a penalty of his own to help the Cats advance to the second round. Team 1 Kentucky 0 Saint Louis 0

2 OT OT OT OT F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

at Dallas, Texas Making their first appearance in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the Wildcats traveled to Dallas, Texas, to face SMU. The nation’s leading scorer, Muhammed Fahim, led the sixthseeded Mustangs to a 1-0 halftime lead against the Cats. UK’s Ilkka Jantti captured the equalizer in the 74th minute, scoring Kentucky’s first-ever NCAA goal. SMU’s attack was relentless, though, and Fahim completed a hat trick late in the game to give SMU the 3-1 victory. Team Kentucky SMU

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

UK 0 7 13 5 28

SLU 0 21 5 14 28

UK

OT -

OT -

F 1 3

Mohamed Fahim (Matt Whitley) Ilkka Jantti (J.D. Stephenson) Mohamed Fahim (Luchi Gonzalez) Mohamed Fahim (empty net)

SMU 75:42 SMU 89:55

UK 1 8 9 2 22

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

SMU 3 18 4 8 19

Nov. 23, 2001 • First Round Kentucky 1, Mercer 0 at Clemson, S.C. Kentucky played its first neutral site NCAA match when the Cats traveled to Clemson, S.C., to face the Mercer Bears. The teams played to a scoreless tie in the first half, but UK came out quickly in the second half when Nathan Fleetwood assisted Scot Shewey for a goal in the 48th minute. The Wildcat defense blanked Mercer to help Greg Raber to his seventh shutout of the year, as UK advanced to the NCAA second round with a 1-0 victory.

Goals UK 48:03

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls 33

2 1 2

73:27

Team Mercer Kentucky

F 0 1

1 0 1

Goals SMU 21:21

Goals none

Nov. 21, 1999 • First Round No. 2 Indiana 1, Kentucky 0 (2ot)

Team Kentucky Indiana

Nov. 25, 2000 • Second Round No. 6 SMU 3, Kentucky 1

Goals IU 112:15 Aleksey Korol (Yuri Lavrinenko)

1 0 0

2 0 1

OT -

OT -

F 0 1

Scot Shewey (Nathan Fleetwood) UK MC 1 0 8 7 4 2 5 5 22 19


Nov. 25, 2001 • Second Round No. 5 Clemson 1, Kentucky 0

Nov. 26, 2003 • Second Round No. 5 Indiana 2, Kentucky 1 (2 ot)

at Clemson, S.C.

at Bloomington, Ind.

Fifth-seeded Clemson played host to the Cats in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The match was even throughout, with neither team able to get on the board during regulation. Both teams had chances in the first two overtime periods, but neither squad could catch a break and the match eclipsed the two-hour mark. It wasn’t until the 124th minute that the Tigers were able to finally find the back of the net. Kenneth Cutler scored the game-winning goal in the third overtime period. Team Kentucky Clemson Goals CU 123:13

1 0 0

2 OT OT OT F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Kenneth Cutler (Ross Goodacre, Brett Branan)

UK 1 14 3 8 19

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

CU 0 15 8 8 16

Nov. 22, 2003 • First Round Kentucky 0, Cincinnati 0 (2 ot) (UK Advances on Penalties, 4-2)

Kentucky returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2003, earning a hosting spot vs. Xavier in Johan Cedergren’s first season. Luke Spencer broke the scoreless game with a goal in the 86th minute, his 14th goal of the year. The Wildcats played in the game without leading scorer Tyler Riggs and All-Conference USA midfielder Dylan Asher. UK was led with six shots from senior Matt Lodge, playing in his final game. Lodge finished his career as the UK record holder for shots. Xavier (14-2-5) got a shutout from keeper Justin Marshall.

Team Kentucky Indiana

Team Xavier Kentucky

Goals UK 25:49 IU

43:48

IU

105:46

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

1 1 1

2 0 0

2 0 0

OT 0 0

OT 0 0

UK 1 7 5 2 29

F 0 0

Goals none Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

UK 0 6 6 4 18

OT 0 0

OT 0 1

F 1 2

Riley O’Neill (Jamal Shteiwi, Joey Gaworecki) Jacob Peterson (Josh Tudela, Vijay Dias) Greg Badger (Josh Tudela, John Michael Hayden)

Kentucky hosted an NCAA Tournament game for the first time in front of 1,593 fans. The Wildcats had a pair of great chances for a goal as Jamal Shteiwi just missed the right post on a free kick from 23 yards out in the 20th minute and Olli Lehtimaki missed wide-right from the top of the box in the 49th minute. Other than that, both teams played solid defense leading to a shootout, which Kentucky won 4-2 on the strength of two Andy Gruenebaum saves, one of which was dubbed “the best save I’ve ever seen” by head coach Ian Collins. 1 0 0

at Lexington, Ky.

UK got on the board first in the 27th minute when freshman Riley O’Neill buried a shot in the lower-left corner after a feed from Jamal Shteiwi. The Wildcats looked to take the lead into intermission, but Jacob Peterson tallied the equalizer from six yards out to tie the match just before halftime. After a scoreless second half, Kentucky had a man sent off four minutes into the first overtime. Despite a valliant effort by the shorthanded Wildcats, Indiana broke through with less than five minutes left before the game would go to penalty kicks for the winner.

at Lexington, Ky.

Team Cincinnati Kentucky

Nov. 15, 2012 • First Round Xavier 1, Kentucky 0

UC 0 12 3 7 17 34

IU 2 23 4 8 9

Goals XU 85:20

Goals Shots Saves Corners Fouls

1 0 0

2 1 0

OT 0 0

OT 0 0

F 1 0

Luke Spencer (Matt Walker, Will Walker) UK 0 9 3 1 5

XU 1 10 1 7 6


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991 Record: 10-10-0 Coach: Sam Wooten Date Opponent Score Sept. 7 Butler L, 0-1 Sept. 11 at Louisville W, 2-1 Sept. 14 at Memphis State (1) L, 0-1 Sept. 15 vs. Bradley (1) W, 2-1 (2ot) Sept. 18 Marshall L, 2-4 Sept. 28 at Western Kentucky (2) L, 1-6 Sept. 29 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (2) W, 5-1 Oct. 2 Kentucky Wesleyan W, 3-2 (2ot) Oct. 5 at Miami (Ohio) (3) L, 0-6 Oct. 6 vs. Eastern Michigan (3) W, 7-0 Oct. 8 Alabama A&M L, 0-2 (2ot) Oct. 16 Transylvania W, 2-0 Oct. 18 at Vanderbilt W, 4-1 Oct. 20 at Ohio State L, 3-4 (2ot) Oct. 23 at Wright State L, 1-3 Oct. 26 Morehead State (4) W, 4-1 Oct. 27 Missouri-Rolla (4) W, 3-1 Oct. 30 at Xavier W, 2-1 Nov. 3 at Notre Dame L, 0-2 Nov. 9 at South Carolina L, 0-6 (1) Memphis State Tourn.; Memphis, Tenn. (2) Western Kentucky Tourn.; Bowling Green, Ky. (3) Miami (Ohio) Tourn.; Oxford, Ohio (4) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky.

1992 Record: 11-6-3 Coach: Sam Wooten Date Opponent Score Sept. 6 Wright State T, 2-2 (2ot) Sept. 9 at Evansville L, 1-2 Sept. 13 at Indiana L, 0-6 Sept. 16 Transylvania W, 3-0 Sept. 19 Xavier W, 2-0 (2ot) Sept. 27 at Robert Morris L, 1-2 (2ot) Sept. 30 at Cincinnati W, 3-2 (2ot) Oct. 7 at Marshall W, 3-1 Oct. 9 Winthrop W, 1-0 Oct. 11 South Carolina L, 0-2 Oct. 15 Western Kentucky W, 3-1 Oct. 17 Notre Dame L, 0-2 Oct. 19 Georgetown College W, 2-0 Oct. 21 at Kentucky Wesleyan W, 3-1 Oct. 23 Memphis State W, 2-1 Oct. 30 Lindsey Wilson T, 2-2 (ot) Nov. 1 Vanderbilt W, 3-2 Nov. 3 Ohio State W, 4-1 Nov. 8 at Alabama A&M L, 0-4 Nov. 14 Louisville T, 0-0 (2ot)

1993 Record: 7-9-4 Coach: Sam Wooten Date Opponent Score Sept. 4 at Western Michigan (1) L, 0-1 Sept. 5 at Bowling Green (1) L, 2-5 Sept. 8 at Xavier W, 4-3 Sept. 12 at Ohio State L, 1-3

Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 24 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 5

Marshall at Wright State at Louisville Robert Morris Cincinnati Mismi (Ohio) Eastern Michigan (2) Alabama A&M (2) at Evansville Virginia Tech Transylvania UNC-Asheville at Winthrop Hofstra Southern Indiana at Vanderbilt

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

(1) BGSU Kwik Goal Classic; Bowling Green, Ohio (2) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky.

1994 Record: 9-9-2 Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 5 UNC Asheville W, 3-1 Sept. 11 Indiana L, 1-6 Sept. 14 at Marshall T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 16 at Southern Indiana (1) L, 1-3 Sept. 18 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 21 Georgetown College W, 5-1 Sept. 24 at Easterm Michigan (2) W, 5-0 Sept. 25 vs. Detroit Mercy (2) T, 2-2 (2ot) Sept. 28 at Cincinnati L, 0-1 Oct. 5 Xavier W, 2-1 Oct. 9 at Miami (Ohio) L, 0-2 Oct. 12 Louisville W, 1-0 Oct. 15 Hofstra (3) L, 0-3 Oct. 16 Butler (3) L, 0-1 Oct. 19 Ohio State W, 2-0 Oct. 23 Winthrop W, 1-0 Oct. 25 Evansville L, 1-3 Oct. 28 at South Florida (4) W, 2-1 Oct. 29 vs. Georgia Southern (4) L, 1-2 Nov. 6 Vanderbilt L, 0-3

Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 Nov. 4

at Stetson (2) at Xavier Western Kentucky at Miami (Ohio) at Western Michigan at Ohio State Georgetown College at Eastern Michigan at Vanderbilt Bowling Green at Eastern Michigan (3) at Bowling Green (3)

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

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Central Florida Tourn.; Orlando, Fla. (3) MAC Tournament; Kalamazoo, Mich.

1996 Record: 9-10-3, 2-2-1 MAC Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 4 Wright State L, 0-1 Sept. 6 Texas-Pan American W, 4-1 Sept. 8 Missouri-Kansas City W, 2-0 Sept. 11 at Western Kentucky W, 2-0 Sept. 15 at Bradley L, 2-4 Sept. 20 Louisville T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 22 Belmont W, 2-0 Sept. 29 at Winthrop W, 2-1 Oct. 2 Ohio State T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 6 at Bowling Green L, 0-3 Oct. 9 Xavier L, 0-1 Oct. 12 at Akron L, 2-4 (2ot) Oct. 16 Miami (Ohio) W, 3-2 Oct. 20 Western Michigan W, 6-0 Oct. 24 Indiana L, 3-5 Oct. 27 Eastern Michigan T, 0-0 (2ot) Nov. 1 at Cincinnati L, 0-1 Nov. 3 Vanderbilt L, 1-3 Nov. 6 at Marshall L, 0-2 Nov. 15 vs. Western Michigan (1) W, 1-0 Nov. 16 vs. Akron (1) W, 2-0 Nov. 17 at Bowling Green (1) L, 0-4 (1) MAC Tournament; Bowling Green, Ohio

(1) Southern Indiana Tourn.; Evansville, Ind. (2) Eastern Michigan Tourn.; Ypsilanti, Mich. (3) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (4) South Florida Tourn.; Tampa, Fla.

1995 Record: 16-5-1, 3-1-1 MAC Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Valparaiso W, 5-0 Sept. 4 UNC Asheville W, 2-1 Sept. 10 at Indiana W, 1-0 (2ot) Sept. 13 Marshall W, 3-0 Sept. 15 at Louisville W, 2-1 Sept. 17 Akron L, 0-2 Sept. 23 Arkansas-Little Rock (1) W, 3-0 Sept. 24 The Citadel (1) W, 4-0 Sept. 27 Cincinnati W, 2-0 Sept. 30 at Central Florida (2) W, 2-0 35

1997 Record: 12-7-2, 5-2-0 MAC Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Aug. 30 at Missouri-Kansas City L, 1-2 Sept. 2 Western Kentucky W, 2-1 Sept. 6 Bradley (1) W, 3-0 Sept. 7 Cleveland State (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 10 Cincinnati T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 14 at Louisville W, 2-1 Sept. 19 UNLV (2) W, 2-1 (ot) Sept. 21 at Fresno State (2) L, 2-3 Sept. 25 at Indiana L, 0-9 Sept. 28 Belmont W, 3-0 Oct. 3 at Western Michigan W, 3-0 Oct. 5 at Northern Illinois W, 4-1 Oct. 10 Bowling Green W, 2-1 Oct. 12 Eastern Michigan W, 3-2 (2ot)


Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 29 Nov. 2 Nov. 7 Nov. 8

Wisconsin-Green Bay T, 1-1 (2ot) Marshall W, 2-1 (ot) Akron L, 0-1 at Vanderbilt L, 1-3 at Miami (Ohio) L, 1-2 at Western Michigan (3) W, 2-1 at Bowling Green (3) L, 0-1

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) UNLV Rebel Classic; Las Vegas, Nev. (3) MAC Tournament; Oxford, Ohio

1998 Record: 12-9-0, 7-1-0 MAC Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 1 at Cincinnati L, 0-4 Sept. 4 at Cal State-Fullerton (1) L, 0-2 Sept. 6 vs. San Diego (1) L, 0-1 Sept. 11 at UNC-Greensboro (2) L, 0-1 (2ot) Sept. 13 vs. Appalachian State (2) L, 1-2 Sept. 18 The Citadel (3) W, 2-0 Sept. 20 Winthrop (3) W, 2-1 Sept. 26 South Alabama W, 2-1 (ot) Sept. 27 Vanderbilt W, 4-1 Oct. 2 at Marshall W, 2-1 (ot) Oct. 4 Western Michigan W, 5-4 (2ot) Oct. 9 at Buffalo W, 4-2 Oct. 11 at Akron L, 0-4 Oct. 18 at Belmont L, 1-2 Oct. 21 Indiana L, 0-5 Oct. 23 at Eastern Michigan W, 2-0 Oct. 25 Bowling Green W, 1-0 Oct. 29 Miami (Ohio) W, 3-2 Nov. 1 Northern Illinois W, 2-0 Nov. 6 Eastern Michigan (4) W, 1-0 Nov. 8 Bowling Green (4) L, 0-2 (2ot) (1) Cal State-Fullerton Classic; Fullerton, Calif. (2) UNC-Greensboro Classic; Greensboro, N.C. (3) UK Invitational; Lexincton, Ky. (4) MAC Tournament; Lexington, Ky.

1999 Record: 13-7-1, 5-1-1 MAC Coach: Ian Collins MAC Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Date Opponent Score Sept. 3 at UC-Santa Barbara (1) W, 5-1 Sept. 5 vs. UNLV (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 12 UNC Asheville W, 3-0 Sept. 17 Navy (2) W, 2-1 Sept. 19 Cal State-Fullerton (2) L, 0-1 Sept. 22 at Western Kentucky L, 0-1 Sept. 26 Cincinnati L, 1-2 (2ot) Oct. 1 Marshall W, 6-0 Oct. 3 at Bowling Green W, 1-0 Oct. 8 Eastern Michigan W, 2-0 Oct. 10 at Vanderbilt W, 3-1 Oct. 15 Buffalo W, 2-0 Oct. 17 Akron T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 20 at Indiana L, 2-4 Oct. 24 Louisville L, 0-2 Oct. 29 at Northern Illinois L, 2-4 Oct. 31 at Western Michigan W, 2-1

Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 12 Nov. 21

vs. Eastern Michigan (3) vs. Western Michigan (3) Northern Illinois (4) at Indiana (5)

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

(1) UNLV Rebel Classic; Las Vegas, Nev. (2) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (3) MAC Tournament; Buffalo, N.Y. (4) MAC Championship; Lexington, Ky. (5) NCAA Tournament; Bloomington, Ind.

2000 Record: 11-9-2, 4-2-0 MAC Coach: Ian Collins MAC Champions MAC Tournament Champions NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Score Sept. 1 at Louisville W, 2-1 Sept. 4 at UNC Asheville W, 3-0 Sept. 8 Vanderbilt L, 0-1 (ot) Sept. 10 UC-Santa Barbara L, 1-2 Sept. 15 vs. UNC-Greensboro (1) L, 1-2 Sept. 16 at North Carolina (1) L, 1-2 Sept. 22 IUPUI W, 3-2 Sept. 24 Western Kentucky W, 1-0 Sept. 29 Western Michigan W, 1-0 Oct. 1 Northern Illinois W, 4-0 Oct. 6 at Akron L, 0-2 Oct. 13 at Buffalo W, 1-0 Oct. 18 Indiana L, 0-2 Oct. 20 Bowling Green W, 2-1 (ot) Oct. 22 at Marshall L, 0-4 Oct. 27 at Ohio State (2) L, 0-3 Oct. 29 vs. Penn State (2) T, 1-1 (2ot) Nov. 3 vs. Northern Illinois (3) W, 1-0 Nov. 5 vs. Marshall (3) W, 1-0 Nov. 12 at Bowling Green (4) W, 1-0 Nov. 18 at Saint Louis (5) *T, 0-0 (4ot) Nov. 25 at SMU (6) L, 1-3 *Kentucky advanced 4-2 on penalty kicks (1) Nike Carolina Classic; Chapel Hill, N.C. (2) Ohio State Nike Classic; Columbus, Ohio (3) MAC Tournament; Buffalo, N.Y. (4) MAC Championship; Bowling Green, Ohio (5) NCAA First Round; St. Louis, Mo. (6) NCAA Second Round; Dallas, Texas

2001 Record: 14-6-1, 6-0-0 MAC Coach: Ian Collins MAC Champions MAC Tournament Champions NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Score Aug. 31 vs. Butler (1) W, 2-1 Sept. 1 at Indiana (1) L, 0-1 (2ot) Sept. 7 Ohio State T, 2-2 (2ot) Sept. 9 UNC Asheville W, 4-0 Sept. 17 Xavier L, 1-3 Sept. 21 at Western Michigan W, 3-1 Sept. 23 at Northern Illinois W, 4-0 Sept. 26 Louisville L, 0-1 (ot) Sept. 30 at Cincinnati L, 0-1 Oct. 5 at Bowling Green W, 3-1 Oct. 7 at IUPUI W, 1-0 Oct. 14 Buffalo W, 3-1 Oct. 17 Georgetown College W, 7-0 Oct. 21 Marshall W, 3-0 Oct. 26 vs. Furman (2) W, 1-0 Oct. 28 at Florida International (2) L, 0-1 Nov. 3 Akron W, 2-1 Nov. 11 vs. Bowling Green (3) W, 1-0 Nov. 17 Akron (4) W, 1-0 (2ot) Nov. 23 vs. Mercer (5) W, 1-0 Nov. 25 at Clemson (5) L, 0-1 (3ot) (1) adidas/IU Credit Union Classic; Bloomington, Ind. (2) FIU Invitational; Miami, Fla. (3) MAC Tournament; at Akron, Ohio (4) MAC Tournament Championship; Lexington, Ky. (5) NCAA Tournament; Clemson; S.C.

2002 Record: 10-9-0, 2-3-0 Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Aug. 30 at Virginia (1) L, 3-2 Sept. 1 vs. Maryland (1) W, 2-1 Sept. 6 vs. Creighton (2) L, 4-1 Sept. 8 vs. Butler (2) W, 1-0 Sept. 11 Cincinnati W, 1-0 Sept. 20 Cleveland State (3) W, 3-1 Sept. 22 Coastal Carolina (3) L, 2-1(ot) Sept. 29 IUPUI W, 4-0 Oct. 2 at Louisville W, 1-0 Oct. 6 at Winthrop W, 2-0 Oct. 11 Alabama A&M L, 3-2 (ot) Oct. 16 Indiana L, 2-1 Oct. 18 Marshall L, 2-1 (2ot) Oct. 20 at Buffalo L, 2-1 Oct. 25 at Western Michigan W, 2-1 Oct. 27 Northern Illinois W, 2-1 Nov. 01 at Akron L, 3-1 Nov. 08 vs. Buffalo (4) W, 4-1 Nov. 15 at Bowling Green (5) L, 2-1 (1) Virginia Soccer Classic (2) Furman Invitational (3) UK/Traditional Bank Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (4) MAC Tournament; Huntington, W.Va. (5) MAC Semifinal; Bowling Green, Ohio

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2003

2004

2006

Record: 12-7-2, 6-0-0 MAC Coach: Ian Collins MAC Champions NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Score Sept. 7 at UNC Asheville W, 3-0 Sept. 11 at Cincinnati W, 1-0 Sept. 14 at Western Kentucky W, 1-0 Sept. 16 Louisville W, 2-1 (2ot) Sept. 19 Central Florida (1) T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 21 Butler (1) L, 1-0 Sept. 26 at Washington (2) L, 2-1 Sept. 28 vs. Portland (2) L, 2-1 (ot) Oct. 3 Appalachian State W, 2-1 Oct. 5 at Bowling Green W, 3-0 Oct. 10 at UNC-Greensboro (3) W, 3-1 Oct. 12 vs. North Carolina (3) L, 2-1 Oct. 17 Western Michigan W, 3-0 Oct. 19 Akron W, 1-0 Oct. 24 Buffalo W, 2-0 Oct. 26 at Marshall W, 1-0 (ot) Oct. 31 at Northern Illiniois W, 1-0 Nov. 2 at Indiana L, 1-0 Nov. 9 at Bowling Green (4) L, 1-0 Nov. 22 Cincinnati (5) *T, 0-0 (2ot) Nov. 26 at Indiana (6) L, 2-1 (2ot) *Kentucky advanced 4-2 on penalty kicks

Record:11-5-3, 4-1-1 MAC Coach: Ian Collins MAC Champions Date Opponent Score Sept. 3 at SMU (1) L, 1-3 Sept. 5 vs. Tulsa (1) L, 1-2 Sept. 7 at Louisville W, 2-0 Sept. 10 UNC Asheville W, 3-1 Sept. 12 at Western Michigan W, 3-0 Sept. 17 Georgia Southern (2) T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 19 Winthrop (2) W, 2-1 Sept. 24 Marshall W, 2-1 Sept. 26 Ohio State W, 2-1 Oct. 1 Michigan L, 0-1 (ot) Oct. 3 at Buffalo W, 3-0 Oct. 6 Indiana T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 10 Northern Illinois L, 0-1 Oct. 15 Bowling Green W, 5-1 Oct. 17 Alabama A&M W, 1-0 (2ot) Oct. 22 at Akron T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 27 Cincinnati W, 2-0 Oct. 30 at UAB W, 2-1 Nov. 7 at Western Michigan (3) L, 0-1

Record: 14-5-2, 5-2-1 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Aug. 25 Florida Atlantic (1) W, 3-0 Aug. 26 UW-Green Bay (1) W, 2-1 Aug. 30 at Louisville T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 2 Belmont W, 3-0 Sept. 6 Georgetown College W, 8-0 Sept. 9 at UNC Asheville W, 5-0 Sept. 13 Michigan L, 2-1 (ot) Sept. 17 Mount St. Mary’s W, 3-0 Sept. 20 Alabama A&M W, 2-0 Sept. 27 at Indiana L, 1-0 (ot) Oct. 1 South Carolina W, 1-0 (2ot) Oct. 7 at SMU L, 4-0 Oct. 11 Central Florida W, 2-1 Oct. 14 at UAB L, 1-0 (ot) Oct. 18 at Marshall T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 21 Florida International W, 2-1 (2ot) Oct. 25 at Tulsa W, 1-0 Oct. 28 Memphis W, 3-1 Nov. 1 vs. Memphis (2) W, 3-1 Nov. 3 at Tulsa (2) W, 3-0 Nov. 5 vs. SMU (2) L, 2-0

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Husky Invitational; Seattle, Wash. (3) adidas/Spartan Classic; Greensboro, N.C. (4) MAC Tournament; Bowling Green, Ohio (5) NCAA First Round; Lexington, Ky.

(1) Mi Cocina Classic; Dallas, Texas (2) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (3) MAC Tourn.; Kalamazoo, Mich.

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Conference USA Tournament; Tulsa Okla.

2005

2007

Record: 6-7-6, 3-4-2 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Louisville (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 3 Alabama A&M (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 9 vs. Gonzaga (2) L, 1-3 Sept. 10 at Oregon State (2) T, 2-2 (2ot) Sept. 14 Georgetown College W, 4-0 Sept. 18 at Michigan L, 0-1 (ot) Sept. 23 Western Michigan T, 0-0 (2ot) Sept. 25 at Ohio State T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 30 at Fla. International T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 2 at UCF L, 1-2 Oct. 7 Tulsa W, 2-1 Oct. 9 SMU L, 1-2 Oct. 14 at South Carolina L, 0-1 Oct. 16 at East Carolina W, 3-2 Oct. 21 Memphis L, 1-2 (ot) Oct. 23 UAB W, 4-1 Oct. 28 Marshall T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 30 at Akron L, 0-1 Nov. 9 vs. South Carolina (3) T, 0-0 (2ot)

Record: 7-10-2, 5-3-0 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Aug. 31 Cornell (1) L, 0-2 Sept. 2 UNC Asheville (1) W, 3-0 Sept. 6 Louisville L, 2-4 Sept. 9 Cleveland State T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 14 at Michigan (2) L, 0-4 Sept. 16 vs. Michigan State (2) T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 21 Eastern Illinois L, 0-1 (2ot) Sept. 23 at Akron L, 0-1 Sept. 28 at Western Kentucky W, 2-1 Oct. 6 UAB W, 1-0 Oct. 10 Tulsa L, 0-3 Oct. 13 at Memphis L, 1-3 Oct. 17 at Central Florida W, 3-2 (ot) Oct. 24 Marshall W, 3-1 Oct. 27 at Florida International W, 2-1 Oct. 31 Indiana L, 0-4 Nov. 3 SMU W, 2-1 Nov. 9 at South Carolina L, 1-2 (ot) Nov. 14 vs. Marshall (3) L, 1-3

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Stephen Hensor/Joe Zahar Classic; Corvallis, Ore. (3) Conference USA Tournament; Dallas, Texas

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) U-M Invitational; Ann Arbor, Mich. (3) Conference USA Tournament; Birmingham, Ala.

Greg Raber is UK’s career record holder with 0.85 goalsagainst average from 2001-02.

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Goalkeeper Dan Williams was a four-year starter and finished his career in 2009 with 221 saves, the secondmost in program history.

2008 Record: 12-4-5, 6-1-1 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Aug. 29 Central Arkansas (1) W, 6-0 Aug. 31 Detroit (1) W, 5-0 Sept. 5 at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-0 Sept. 7 at Cal Poly L, 3-1 Sept. 13 at Cincinnati W, 4-1 Sept. 17 Michigan W, 2-1 Sept. 21 Alabama A&M T, 0-0 (2ot) Sept. 27 at UNC Asheville T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 1 at Marshall W, 4-0 Oct. 4 Xavier L, 1-0 Oct. 8 at Tulsa L, 2-1 Oct. 12 South Carolina W, 2-0 Oct. 18 at UAB W, 2-1 (ot) Oct. 22 Central Florida W, 2-1 Oct. 25 Florida International W, 3-2 (2ot) Oct. 28 at Indiana T, 1-1 (2ot) Nov. 2 at SMU W, 2-1 Nov. 7 Memphis T, 0-0 Nov. 12 vs. Marshall (2) W, 4-2 Nov. 14 vs. Central Florida (2) W, 1-0 Nov. 16 vs. Tulsa (2) T, 0-0 (2ot)

2009

2011

Record: 13-6-0, 5-3-0 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 4 IUPUI (1) W, 2-1 Sept. 6 Bowling Green (1) W, 4-1 Sept. 11 vs. Illinois-Chicago (2) W, 2-0 Sept. 13 vs. SIU-Edwardsville (2) W, 2-1 Sept. 16 Alabama A&M W, 1-0 Sept. 20 Marshall L, 0-1 (2ot) Sept. 23 at Xavier W, 1-0 Sept. 27 UNC Asheville W, 3-1 Sept. 29 at Indiana L, 0-3 Oct. 4 UAB L, 0-1 Oct. 7 Tulsa L, 0-1 Oct. 10 at Memphis W, 2-1 Oct. 14 at Louisville L, 0-1 Oct. 17 at South Carolina W, 1-0 Oct. 28 at UCF W, 2-1 (ot) Nov. 1 at FIU W, 2-0 Nov. 4 SMU W, 1-0 Nov. 8 High Point W, 2-0 Nov. 13 vs. Tulsa (3) L, 1-2

Record: 9-9-2, 2-5-1 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Aug. 26 Dayton Aug. 28 Michigan Sept. 2 (1) Wright State Sept. 4 (1) IUPUI Sept. 6 IPFW Sept. 9 at Stanford Sept. 11 at California Sept. 16 (2) vs. High Point Sept. 18 (2) vs. Brown Sept. 23 Evansville Sept. 28 at UCF Oct. 2 at FIU Oct. 5 Marshall Oct. 8 UAB Oct. 12 Tulsa Oct. 19 at Indiana Oct. 23 at Memphis Oct. 30 SMU Nov. 4 at South Carolina

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) U-of-L Invitational; Louisville, Ky. (2) Conference USA Tournament; Tulsa, Okla.

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Gamecock Classic; Columbia, S.C.

2010

Record: 10-9-2, 4-3-1 CUSA Coach: Johan Cedergren Date Opponent Score Aug. 26 at Dayton L, 3-4 Aug. 31 (1) vs. Northwestern L, 1-2 (ot) Sept. 2 (1) vs. St. John’s L, 1-2 Sept. 7 (2) St. Joseph’s W, 2-0 Sept. 9 (2) Charlotte L, 0-1 Sept. 14 at Louisville W, 1-0 Sept. 19 East Tenn. State W, 3-1 Sept. 22 at Evansville W, 2-0 Sept. 25 at IPFW W, 5-1 Sept. 30 Memphis T, 2-2 (2ot) Oct. 3 Indiana L, 1-4 Oct. 6 at SMU L, 0-2 Oct. 13 at UAB W, 2-1 Oct. 17 at Marshall W, 1-0 Oct. 21 FIU W, 5-1 Oct. 27 at Tulsa W, 2-0 Nov. 4 South Carolina L, 0-1 Nov. 7 (3) vs. Memphis W, 1-0 Nov. 9 (3) vs. SMU T, 2-2 (3ot) Nov. 15 Xavier L, 0-1

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

2012

Record: 7-8-4, 4-2-4 CUSA Coach: Ian Collins Date Opponent Score Sept. 3 Eastern Illinois (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 5 IUPUI (1) W, 1-0 Sept. 10 Loyola Marymount (2) L, 0-1 (ot) Sept. 12 Houston Baptist (2) T, 0-0 (2ot) Sept. 17 vs. UCONN (3) L, 0-3 Sept. 19 vs. Iona (3) L, 1-2 (ot) Sept. 22 at Michigan L, 2-3 (ot) Sept. 26 at Evansville W, 2-1 (2ot) Sept. 29 Louisville L, 0-2 Oct. 6 at Marshall W, 2-1 (ot) Oct. 9 at UAB L, 1-2 Oct. 13 UCF T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 17 Memphis T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 20 Indiana T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 24 FIU W, 1-0 Oct. 27 at Tulsa W, 2-1 Oct. 30 at SMU L, 0-2 Nov. 7 South Carolina W, 2-1 Nov. 10 vs. Tulsa (4) L, 0-5 (1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Wildcat Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (3) Gamecock Classic; Columbia, S.C. (4) Conference USA Tournament; Memphis, Tenn.

(1) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (2) Conference USA Tournament; Dallas, Texas

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(1) Gamecock Classic; Columbia, S.C. (2) UK Invitational; Lexington, Ky. (3) C-USA Tournament; Hoover, Ala.


SERIES RECORDS Opponent W Akron 4 Alabama A&M 4 Appalachian State 1 Arkansas-Little Rock 3

L 8 4 1 0

T 2 1 0 0

GF 11 8 3 9

GA 21 13 3 1

First 1995 1991 1998 1991

Last 2007 2009 2003 1995

Belmont Bowling Green Bradley Buffalo Butler

3 10 2 7 2

1 8 1 1 3

0 1 0 0 0

9 26 7 20 3

2 24 5 6 4

1996 1993 1991 1998 1991

2006 2009 1997 2003 2003

Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Central Arkansas Charlotte Cincinnati Citadel, The Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Conneticuit Creighton

0 0 1 0 6 2 0 2 0 0 0

1 2 0 1 6 0 1 0 1 1 2

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 0 6 0 17 6 0 5 1 0 1

3 3 0 1 16 0 1 2 2 3 6

2008 1998 2008 2012 1992 1995 2001 1997 2002 2010 2002

2008 1999 2008 2012 2008 1998 2001 2007 2002 2010 2011

Dayton Detroit Mercy Detroit

1 0 1

1 0 0

0 1 0

5 2 5

4 2 0

2011 1994 2008

2012 1994 2008

East Carolina East Tenn. State Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Evansville

1 1 1 10 3

0 0 1 0 3

0 0 0 1 0

3 3 1 28 12

2 1 1 4 12

2005 2012 2009 1991 1992

2005 2012 2010 1999 2012

Florida Atlantic Florida International Fresno State Furman

1 6 0 1

0 2 1 0

0 1 0 0

3 16 2 1

0 8 3 0

2006 2001 1997 2001

2006 2012 1997 2001

Georgetown (Ky.) Georgia Southern Gonzaga

6 0 0

0 1 1

0 1 0

29 2 1

2 3 3

1992 1994 2005

2006 2004 2005

Hofstra Houston Baptist

0 0

2 0

0 1

1 0

5 0

1993 2010

1994 2010

Indiana Iona IPFW IUPUI

1 1 2 5

17 0 0 0

3 0 0 1

12 1 9 13

60 0 3 6

1992 2010 2011 2000

2012 2010 2012 2011

Kentucky Wesleyan

2

0

0

6

3

1991

1992

Lindsey Wilson Louisville Loyola Marymount

0 10 0

0 5 1

1 4 0

2 22 0

2 19 1

1992 1991 2010

1992 2012 2010

Marshall Maryland

15 1

7 0

2 0

45 2

29 1

1991 2002

2012 2002

Opponent Memphis Mercer Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Missouri-Kansas City Missouri-Rolla Morehead State Mount St. Mary’s

W 4 1 3 2 0 1 1 1 1

L 4 0 4 5 0 1 0 0 0

T 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

GF 15 1 11 7 1 3 3 4 3

GA 14 0 19 12 1 2 1 1 0

First 1991 2001 1991 2004 2007 1996 1991 1991 2006

Last 2012 2001 1998 2011 2007 1997 1991 1991 2006

Navy North Carolina Northwestern Northern Illinois Notre Dame

1 0 0 8 0

0 2 1 2 2

0 0 0 0 0

2 2 1 22 0

1 4 2 8 4

1999 2000 2012 1997 1991

1999 2003 2012 2004 1992

Ohio State Oregon State

3 0

4 0

3 1

17 2

19 2

1991 2005

2005 2005

Penn State Portland

0 0

0 1

1 0

1 1

1 2

2000 2003

2000 2003

Robert Morris

1

1

0

2

2

1992

1993

Saint Louis San Diego South Alabama South Carolina South Florida Southern Indiana St. Joe’s St. John’s SMU Stetson

0 0 1 4 1 1 1 0 4 0

0 1 0 5 0 1 0 1 7 1

1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 2 9 2 3 2 1 12 1

0 1 1 15 1 3 0 2 18 2

2000 1998 1998 1991 1994 1993 2012 2012 2000 1995

2000 1998 1998 2012 1994 1994 2012 2012 2012 1995

Texas-Pan American Transylvania Tulsa

1 2 6

0 0 6

0 1 1

4 6 17

1 1 19

1996 1991 2004

1996 1993 2012

UAB UC-Santa Barbara UCF UNC Asheville UNC-Greensboro UNLV

5 1 6 13 1 2

4 2 3 0 2 0

0 0 2 1 0 0

14 7 16 36 4 3

11 6 12 6 4 1

2004 1999 1995 1993 1998 1997

2012 2008 2012 2009 2003 1999

Valparaiso Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech

1 4 0 0

0 6 1 0

0 0 0 1

5 18 2 1

0 22 3 1

1995 1991 2002 1993

1995 2000 2002 1993

Washington Western Kentucky Western Michigan Winthrop Wisconsin-Green Bay Wright State

0 7 15 7 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 2

0 0 1 0 1 2

1 16 39 12 3 5

2 10 10 4 2 7

2003 1991 1993 1992 1997 1991

2003 2007 2005 2004 2006 1996

Xavier

6

4

0

14

11

1991

2012

216

154

38

669

529

TOTALS


SERIES RESULTS AKRON (4-8-2) 9/23/07 A 10/30/05 A 10/22/04 A 10/19/03 H 11/1/02 A 11/17/01 H 11/3/01 H 10/6/00 A 10/17/99 H 10/11/98 A 10/26/97 H 11/16/96 N 10/12/96 A 9/17/95 H

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

ALABAMA A&M (4-4-1) 9/16/09 H W, 1-0 9/21/08 H T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/20/06 H W, 2-0 9/3/05 H W, 1-0 10/17/04 H W, 1-0 (2ot) 10/11/02 H L, 2-3 (ot) 10/10/93 H L, 1-4 11/8/92 A L, 0-4 10/8/91 H L, 0-2 (2ot) APPALACHIAN STATE (1-1) 10/3/03 H W, 2-1 9/13/98 N L, 1-2 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK (3-0) 9/23/95 H W, 3-0 9/18/94 N W, 1-0 9/29/91 N W, 5-1 BELMONT (2-1) 9/2/06 H 10/18/98 A 9/28/97 H 9/22/96 H

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

BOWLING GREEN (10-8-1) 9/6/09 H W, 4-1 10/15/04 H W, 5-0 11/9/03 N L, 0-1 10/5/03 A W, 3-0 11/15/02 A L, 1-2 11/11/01 N W, 1-0 10/5/01 A W, 3-1 11/12/00 A W, 1-0 10/20/00 H W, 2-1 10/3/99 A W, 1-0 11/8/98 H L, 0-2 (2ot) 10/25/98 H W, 1-0 11/7/97 N L, 0-1 10/10/97 H W, 2-1 11/17/96 A L, 0-4 10/6/96 A L, 0-3 11/4/95 N L, 0-1 (2ot) 10/31/95 H T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/5/93 A L, 2-5 BRADLEY (2-1) 9/6/97 H 9/15/96 A 9/15/91 N

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

BUFFALO (7-1) 10/3/04 A 10/24/03 H 11/8/02 N 10/20/02 A 10/14/01 H 10/13/00 A 10/15/99 H 10/9/98 A

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

BROWN (0-1) 9/18/11 N

W, 5-1

BUTLER (2-3) 9/21/03 H 9/8/02 N 8/31/01 N 10/16/94 H 9/7/91 H

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

CALIFORNIA (0-1) 9/11/11 A L, 2-3 CAL STATE-FULLERTON (0-2) 9/19/99 H L, 0-1 9/4/98 A L, 0-2 CAL POLY (0-1) 9/7/08 A

L, 1-3

CHARLOTTE (0-1) 9/9/12 H L, 0-1 CINCINNATI (5-6-2) 9/13/08 A W, 4-1 10/27/04 H W, 2-0 11/22/03 H *T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/11/03 A W, 1-0 9/11/02 H W, 1-0 9/30/01 A L, 0-1 9/26/99 H L, 1-2 (2ot) 9/1/98 A L, 0-4 9/10/97 H T, 1-1 (2ot) 11/1/96 A L, 0-1 9/27/95 H W, 2-0 9/28/94 A L, 0-1 9/29/93 H L, 2-3 9/30/92 A W, 3-2 (2ot) *UK advanced in NCAA Tournament on penalties, 4-2 THE CITADEL (2-0) 9/18/98 H W, 2-0 9/24/95 H W, 4-0 CLEMSON (0-1) 11/25/01 A

L, 0-1 (3ot)

CLEVELAND STATE (2-0-1) 9/9/07 H T, 1-1(2ot) 9/20/02 H W, 3-1 9/7/97 H W, 1-0 COASTAL CAROLINA (0-1) 9/22/02 H L, 1-2 (ot) CORNEL (0-1) 8/31/07 H

L, 0-2

EASTERN ILLINOIS (1-1) 9/3/10 H W, 1-0 9/21/07 H L, 0-1 (2ot) EASTERN MICHIGAN (10-0-1) 11/5/99 N W, 1-0 10/8/99 H W, 2-0 11/6/98 H W, 1-0 10/23/98 A W, 2-0 10/12/97 H W, 3-2 (2ot) 10/27/96 H T, 0-0 (2ot) 11/3/95 N W, 4-1 10/27/95 A W, 1-0 9/24/94 A W, 5-0 10/9/93 H W, 2-1 10/6/91 N W, 7-0 EVANSVILLE (3-3) 9/22/12 A 9/23/11 H 9/26/10 A 10/25/94 H 10/13/03 A 9/9/92 A

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

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (1-0) 8/25/06 H W, 3-0 FIU (6-2-1) 10/21/12 10/2/11 10/24/10 11/1/09 10/25/08 10/27/07 10/21/06 9/30/05 10/28/01

H A H A H A H A A

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

FRESNO STATE (0-1) 9/21/97 N L, 2-3 FURMAN (1-0) 10/26/01 N

W, 1-0

GONZAGA (0-1) 9/9/05 N

L, 1-3

GEORGETOWN (KY.) (6-0) 9/6/06 H W, 8-0 9/14/05 H W, 4-0 10/17/01 H W, 7-0 10/24/95 H W, 3-1 9/21/94 H W, 5-1 10/19/92 H W, 2-0

CREIGHTON (0-2) 9/21/11 H L, 0-2 9/6/02 N L, 1-4

GEORGIA SOUTHERN (0-1-1) 9/17/04 H T, 1-1 10/29/94 N L, 1-2

DAYTON (1-1) 8/26/11 H 826/12 A

W, 2-0 L, 3-4

HIGH POINT (1-0) 9/16/11 N W, 2-1

DETROIT (1-0) 8/31/08 H

W, 5-0

DETROIT MERCY (0-0-1) 9/25/94 N T, 2-2 (2ot) EAST CAROLINA (1-0) 10/16/05 A W, 3-2 EAST TENNESSEE STATE (1-0) 9/19/12 H W, 3-1

HOFSTRA (0-2) 10/15/94 H 10/29/93 H

L, 0-3 L, 1-2

INDIANA (1-17-3) 10/3/12 H 10/19/11 A 10/20/10 H 9/29/09 A 10/28/08 A 10/31/07 H 9/27/06 A 10/6/04 H 11/22/03 A 11/2/03 A

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

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10/16/02 9/1/01 10/18/00 11/21/99 10/20/99 10/21/98 9/25/97 10/24/96 9/10/95 9/11/94 9/13/92

H A H A A H A H A H A

L, 1-2 L, 0-1 (2ot) L, 0-2 L, 0-1 (2ot) L, 2-4 L, 0-5 L, 0-9 L, 3-5 W, 1-0 L, 1-6 L, 0-6

IPFW (1-0) 9/19/12 9/6/11

A H

W, 5-1 W, 4-2

IUPUI (5-0-1) 9/4/11 H 9/5/10 H 9/4/09 H 9/29/02 H 10/7/01 A 9/22/00 H

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

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN (2-0) 10/21/92 A W, 3-1 10/2/91 H W, 3-2 (2ot) LINDSEY WILSON (0-0-1) 10/30/92 H T, 2-2 (ot) LOUISVILLE (10-5-4) 9/14/12 A W, 1-0 9/29/10 H L, 0-2 10/14/09 A L, 0-1 9/6/07 H L, 2-4 8/30/06 A T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/2/05 H W, 1-0 9/7/04 A W, 2-0 9/16/03 H W, 2-1 (2ot) 10/2/02 A W, 1-0 9/26/01 H L, 0-1 (ot) 9/1/00 A W, 2-1 10/24/99 H L, 0-2 9/14/97 A W, 2-1 9/20/96 H T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/15/95 A W, 2-1 10/12/94 H W, 1-0 9/21/93 A T, 2-2 (2ot) 11/14/92 H *T, 0-0 9/11/91 H W, 2-1 * play suspended due to weather MARSHALL (15-7-3) 10/17/12 A W, 1-0 10/5/11 H L, 0-2 10/6/10 A W, 2-1 (ot) 9/20/09 H L, 0-1 (2ot) 11/12/08 N W, 4-2 10/1/08 A W, 4-0 11/14/07 N L, 1-3 10/24/07 H W, 3-1 10/18/06 A T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/28/05 H T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/24/04 H W, 2-1 10/26/03 A W, 1-0 (ot) 10/18/02 H L, 1-2 (2ot) 10/21/01 H W, 3-0 11/5/00 N W, 1-0 10/22/00 A L, 0-4 10/1/99 H W, 6-0 10/2/98 A W, 2-1 (ot) 10/24/97 H W, 2-1 11/6/96 A L, 0-2 9/13/95 H W, 3-0 9/15/94 A T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/15/93 H W, 2-1 10/7/92 A W, 3-1 9/18/91 H L, 2-4 MARYLAND (1-0)


9/1/02

N

MEMPHIS (5-4-3) 11/7/12 N 9/30/12 H 10/23/11 A 10/17/10 H 10/10/09 A 11/7/08 H 10/13/07 A 11/1/03 N 10/28/06 H 10/21/05 H 10/23/92 H 9/14/91 A MERCER (1-0) 11/23/01 N

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

OHIO STATE (3-4-3) 9/25/05 A T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/26/04 H W, 2-1 9/7/01 H T, 2-2 (2ot) 10/27/00 A L, 0-3 10/2/96 H T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/18/95 A L, 1-3 10/19/94 H W, 2-0 9/12/93 A L, 1-3 11/3/92 H W, 4-1 10/20/91 A L, 3-4 (2ot)

ROBERT MORRIS (1-1) 9/26/93 H W, 1-0 9/27/92 A L, 1-2 (2ot)

MICHIGAN (2-5) 8/28 H 9/22/10 A 9/17/08 H 9/14/07 A 9/13/06 H 9/18/05 A 10/1/04 H

SAN DIEGO (0-1) 9/6/98 N

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

MICHIGAN STATE (0-0-1) 9/9/07 N T, 1-1 (2ot)

SAINT LOUIS (0-0-1) 11/18/00 A *T, 0-0 (4ot) *UK advanced in NCAA Tournament on penalties, 4-2

SOUTH ALABAMA (1-0) 9/26/98 H W, 2-1

MOUNT ST. MARY’S (1-0) 9/17/06 H W, 3-0

SOUTH FLORIDA (1-0) 10/28/94 A W, 2-1

NAVY (1-0) 9/17/99 H

SOUTHERN INDIANA (1-1) 9/16/94 A L, 1-3 10/31/93 H W, 2-0

8/30/97 9/8/96

A H

L, 1-2 W, 2-0

MISSOURI-ROLLA (1-0) 10/27/91 H W, 3-1

W, 2-1

NORTH CAROLINA (0-2) 10/12/03 N L, 1-2 9/16/00 A L, 1-2 NORTHWESTERN (0-1) 8/31/12 N L, 1-2 (ot) NORTHERN ILLINOIS (8-2) 10/10/04 H L, 1-0 10/31/03 A W, 1-0 10/27/02 H W, 2-1 9/23/01 A W, 4-0 11/3/00 N W, 1-0 10/1/00 H W, 4-0 11/12/99 H W, 2-1 10/29/99 A L, 2-4 11/1/98 H W, 2-0 10/5/97 A W, 4-1 NOTRE DAME (0-2) 10/17/92 H L, 0-2 11/3/91 A L, 0-2

UAB (5-4-1) 10/13/12 10/8/11 10/9/10 10/4/09 10/18/08 10/6/07 10/14/06 10/23/05 10/30/04

L, 0-1

MOREHEAD STATE (1-0) 10/26/91 H W, 4-1

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY (1-1)

L, 1-2

STETSON (0-1) 10/1/95 N

L, 1-2

A H A H A H A H A

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

UC-SANTA BARBARA (1-2) 9/5/08 A L, 0-1 9/10/00 H L, 1-2 9/3/99 N W, 5-1 UCF (5-3-2) 10/31/12 9/28/11 10/13/10 10/28/09 10/22/08 11/14/08 10/17/07 10/11/06 10/2/05 9/19/03 9/30/95

SMU (4-7-1) 11/9/12 N *T, 2-2 (3ot) 10/6/12 A L, 0-2 10/30/11 H W, 2-0 10/30/10 A L, 0-2 11/4/09 A W, 1-0 11/2/08 A W, 2-1 11/3/07 H W, 2-1 11/5/06 N L, 0-2 10/7/06 A L, 0-4 10/9/05 H L, 1-2 9/3/04 A L, 1-3 11/25/00 A L, 1-3 *UK lost to SMU in the C-USA Tournament semifinals on penalties, 4-1 STANFORD (0-1) 9/9/11 A

L, 1-2

TULSA (6-6-1) 10/27/12 A W, 2-0 10/12/11 H W, 3-1 11/10/10 N L, 0-5 10/27/10 A W, 2-1 11/13/09 N L, 1-2 10/7/09 H L, 0-1 11/16/08 N *T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/8/08 A L, 1-2 10/10/07 H L, 0-3 11/3/06 A W, 3-0 10/25/06 A W, 1-0 10/7/05 H W, 2-1 9/5/04 N L, 1-2 *UK lost to Tulsa in the C-USA Championship game on penalties, 4-2

L, 1-2 (ot)

SOUTH CAROLINA (4-5-1) 11/4/12 H L, 0-1 11/4/11 A T, 2-2 (2ot) 11/7/10 H W, 2-1 10/17/09 A W, 1-0 10/12/08 H W, 2-0 10/9/07 A L, 1-2 (ot) 10/1/06 H W, 1-0 (2ot) 11/9/05 N *T, 0-0 10/14/05 A L, 0-1 10/11/92 H L, 0-2 11/9/91 A L, 0-6 *USC advanced in C-USA Tournament on penalties, 3-0

ST. JOHN’S (0-1) 9/2/12 N

TRANSYLVANIA (2-0-1) 10/20/93 H T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/16/92 H W, 3-0 10/16/91 H W, 2-0

PENN STATE (0-0-1) 10/29/00 N T, 1-1 (2ot) PORTLAND (0-1) 9/28/03 N

W, 2-0

TEXAS-PAN AM (1-0) 9/6/96 H W, 4-1

OREGON STATE (0-0-1) 9/10/05 A T, 2-2 (2ot)

MIAMI, OHIO (3-4) 10/29/98 H W, 3-2 11/2/97 A L, 1-2 10/16/96 H W, 3-2 10/11/95 A W, 4-3 10/9/94 A L, 0-2 10/5/93 H L, 0-2 (2ot) 10/5/91 A L, 0-6

ST. JOE’S (1-0) 9/2/12 H

H A H A H N A H A H A

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

UNC ASHEVILLE (10-0-1) 9/27/09 H W, 3-1 9/27/08 A T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/2/07 H W, 3-0 9/9/06 A W, 5-0 9/7/03 A W, 3-0 9/9/01 H W, 4-0 9/4/00 A W, 3-0 9/12/99 H W, 3-0 9/4/95 H W, 2-1 9/5/94 A W, 3-1 10/23/93 A W, 4-2 UNC-GREENSBORO (1-2) 10/10/03 A W, 3-1 9/15/00 N L, 1-2 9/11/98 A L, 0-1 (2ot) UNLV (2-0) 9/5/99 A 9/19/97 A

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W, 1-0 W, 2-1

VALPARAISO (1-0) 9/2/95 H W, 5-0 VANDERBILT (4-6) 9/8/00 H L, 0-1 (ot) 10/10/99 A W, 3-1 9/27/98 H W, 4-1 10/29/97 A L, 1-3 11/3/96 H L, 1-3 10/29/95 A L, 0-1 11/6/94 H L, 0-3 11/5/93 A L, 2-6 (2ot) 11/1/92 H W, 3-2 10/18/91 A W, 4-1 VIRGINIA (0-1) 9/20/02 A

L, 2-3

VIRGINIA TECH (0-0-1) 10/17/93 H T, 1-1 (2ot) WASHINGTON (0-1) 9/26/03 A L, 1-2 WESTERN KENTUCKY (7-2) 9/28/07 A W, 2-1 9/14/03 A W, 1-0 9/24/00 H W, 1-0 9/22/99 A L, 0-1 9/2/97 H W, 2-1 9/11/96 A W, 2-0 10/7/95 H W, 4-0 10/15/92 H W, 3-1 9/28/91 A L, 1-6 WESTERN MICHIGAN (12-2) 9/23/05 H T, 0-0 (2ot) 11/7/04 A L, 1-0 9/12/04 A W, 3-0 10/17/03 H W, 3-0 10/25/02 A W, 2-1 9/21/01 A W, 3-1 9/29/00 H W, 1-0 11/7/99 N W, 3-0 10/31/99 A W, 2-1 10/4/98 H W, 5-4 (2ot) 11/6/97 N W, 2-1 10/3/97 A W, 3-0 11/15/96 N W, 1-0 10/20/96 H W, 6-0 10/13/95 A W, 5-0 9/4/93 N L, 0-1 WINTHROP (6-0) 10/6/02 A 9/20/98 H 9/29/96 A 10/23/94 H 10/24/93 A 10/9/92 H

W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (1-0-1) 8/26/06 10/19/97

H H

W, 2-1 T, 1-1 (2ot)

WRIGHT STATE (1-2-2) 9/2/11 H W, 2-1 9/4/96 H L, 0-1 9/18/93 A T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/6/92 H T, 2-2 (2ot) 10/23/91 A L, 1-3 XAVIER (6-4) 11/5/12 H 9/23/09 A 10/4/08 H 9/17/01 H 10/9/96 H 10/4/95 A 10/5/94 H 9/8/93 A 9/19/92 H 10/30/91 A

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


HONORS NSCAA ALL-AMERICA 2001 Ilkka Jantti 2004 Jamal Shteiwi 2009 Barry Rice COLLEGESOCCERNEWS.COM ALL-AMERICA 2008 Barry Rice (2nd team) 2009 Barry Rice (3rd team) TOP DRAWER SOCCER ALLAMERICA - THIRD TEAM 2008 Barry Rice FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2009 Matt Lodge 2010 Dylan Asher NSCAA MIDEAST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 1999 Ian Collins PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA 2001 Ilkka Jantti 2004 Jamal Shteiwi 2008 Barry Rice 2009 Barry Rice NSCAA ALL-MIDEAST 1993 Greg Kotzbauer 1994 Brian Dausman Tim Fisk 1995 Brian Dausman Todd Weissmueller 1996 Sean Endicott Sean Mondelli 1997 Brien Baltzell Sean Mondelli 1998 Lee Baker Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti 1999 Lee Baker Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti NSCAA ALL-GREAT LAKES 2000 Ilkka Jantti 2001 Ilkka Jantti John Monebrake 2002 Nathan Fleetwood Jamal Shteiwi 2003 Jamal Shteiwi 2004 Jamal Shteiwi Brandon Stewart 2005 Andy Gruenebaum NSCAA ALL-MIDWEST 2006 Michael D’Agostino Riley O’Neill 2007 Barry Rice

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Barry Rice Jason Griffiths Dan Williams Jason Griffiths Barry Rice Dan Williams Dylan Asher Matt Lodge Dylan Asher Matt Lodge Matt Lodge Steven Perinovic

C-USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2007 Barry Rice 2008 Barry Rice C-USA NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2008 Marco dos Santos FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE USA 2005 Andy Gruenebaum Thomas Senecal 2006 Michael D’Agostino Riley O’Neill 2007 Barry Rice 2008 Barry Rice Jason Griffiths 2009 Barry Rice Jason Griffiths 2012 Matt Lodge Steven Perinovic SECOND-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE USA 2005 Brandon Stewart 2006 Nathan Marks 2007 Masumi Turnbull 2009 Matt Lodge Dan Williams 2010 Dylan Asher Matt Lodge 2011 Dylan Asher 2012 Jack Van Arsdale Cameron Wilder THIRD-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE USA 2005 Michael D’Agostino 2006 Masumi Turnbull 2007 Aaron Swanson 2008 Masumi Turnbull Dan Williams 2009 Brad Walker 2010 Tyler Beadle Tyler Riggs

2011 2012

Matt Lodge Tyler Riggs Dylan Asher Tyler Riggs

CONFERENCE USA ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2006 Barry Rice Dan Williams 2007 C.J. Tappel 2008 Brad Walker 2009 Matt Lodge 2010 Dylan Asher Tyler Beadle 2011 Marco Bordon 2012 Jacob Speed CONFERENCE USA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2006 Barry Rice Masumi Turnbull Matt Weiler 2008 Dan Williams Tim Crone Jason Griffiths 2009 George Davis IV Dan Williams 2012 Steven Perinovic Cameron Wilder MAC COACH OF YEAR 1997 Ian Collins 1999 Ian Collins 2001 Ian Collins MAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2001 Ilkka Jantti 2003 Jamal Shteiwi 2004 Jamal Shteiwi MAC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1995 Sean Endicott 1998 Ilkka Jantti 2001 John Monebrake 2003 Riley O’Neill ALL-MAC 1995 Brian Dausman Chris West Pat Gerak Sean Mondelli Todd Weissmueller 1996 Sean Endicott Toby McComas Sean Mondelli 1997 Brien Baltzell Sean Mondelli Lee Baker 1998 Lee Baker 42

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Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti Lee Baker Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti Todd Stonestreet Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti Nathan Fleetwood Ilkka Jantti John Monebrake Antti Peltonen Greg Raber J.D. Stephenson Nathan Fleetwood Jamal Shteiwi Dani Kamras J.D. Stephenson Joey Gaworecki Andy Greunebaum Nathan Li Riley O’Neill Thomas Senecal Jamal Shteiwi Brandon Stewart Michael D’Agostino Andy Gruenebaum Anthony Peters Thomas Senecal Jamal Shteiwi Brandon Stewart Michael Strong

MAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1996 Jay Armstrong Bryan DePriest Dave Muse 1997 Lee Baker Rick Dengelegi 1998 Rob Frey Scott Serson 1999 Jason Bell Giovanni Fernandes Chris McAlpine Brian O’Leary 2000 Greg Bironas Ilkka Jantti Brian O’Leary J.D. Stephenson 2001 Ilkka Jantti Marc Theriault Chris McAlpine Chris McDaniel 2002 Chris Austin Dani Kamras 2003 Nathan Li Brandon Stewart 2004 Nathan Li Brandon Stewart


ALL-AMERICANS Ilkka Jantti 2001 All-American Rarely does a player come along who makes an impact like the one made by Ilkka Jantti. In his four years, the Lahti, Finland, native led UK to a 50-314 record, three MidAmerican Conference Tournament titles, two MAC regular-season crowns and one NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance. Individually, Jantti proved to be the Cats’ “All-Everything.” As a freshman, he was voted MAC Newcomer of the Year by the league’s coaches. And, as a senior he was second-team National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America All-American and a first-team Verizon Academic All-American. During his career, he earned four all-

JANTTI’S CAREER STATS Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 Totals

GP/GS 21/20 20/20 20/20 19/19 80/79

Sh 17 25 31 16 89

G 2 0 3 5 10

A 3 2 2 5 12

Pts 7 2 8 15 32

Jamal Shteiwi 2004 All-American For three years, Jamal Shteiwi was the definition of Kentucky soccer. After a breakout sophomore year in which he watched his Wildcats struggle, Shteiwi transformed himself into one of the nation’s top players in his final two years at UK. In that span, he led the Wildcats to a pair of conference championships and the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Shteiwi remains the only person in Mid-American Conference history to be named the MAC Player of the Year twice, having

SHTEIWI’S CAREER STATS Year GP/GS Sh 2001 3/0 4 2002 19/16 34 2003 21/21 56 2004 19/19 57 Totals 62/56 151

G 0 7 5 11 23

A 3 1 13 8 25

Pts 3 15 23 30 71

region, four All-MAC, three All-MAC Academic and three All-Southeastern Conference academic selections. Jantti graduated in May 2001 and began his professional career in Finland for the of F.C. Viikingit in the Finnish First Division. 2001 • All-American Season Co-captain started all 19 games in which he played ... Led UK defensive corps that surrendered just 15 goals on the year to finish ninth in the nation with a 0.67 goals-against average ... Tallied five goals on just 15 shots ... Tied for second on the team with five assists and 15 points ... Assisted game-winning goal in 2-1 victory over Akron that sealed MAC regular-season title and scored game-winning goal against the Zips in MAC Tournament Championship game ... Championship-winning goal earned him second Team of the Week honors from College Soccer News and Soccer America ... At No. 4 Indiana, led the staunch UK defense which held the Hoosiers scoreless for 112 minutes while playing a man down for 75 minutes.

done so in 2003 and 2004. He capped his career with his best season by tallying 11 goals and eight assists en route to All-America honors. Shteiwi, a team captain his final year, also excelled off the field as he was named Academic All-District as a senior and elected to the UK Society of Character. 2004 • All-American Season Team captain … One of four Wildcats to start every game ... The go-to player on the team, he recorded a goal or assist in 14 of 19 games ... Twice recorded five-game point streaks … Scored or assisted on 19 of 31 Kentucky goals (61.3 percent) ... Recorded fifth hat trick in school history against Bowling Green ... Had two goals against both Western Michigan and Buffalo ... Had teamhigh 11 goals, including three game winners ... Scored first goal of the year after a brilliant 75yard run against No. 19 Tulsa ... Tied for second on UK single-season goals list and was second on points list with 30 ... Recorded eight assists, including five times on the game-winner ... Had five-game stretch of playing every minute ... Offered team-high 57 shots which was tied the school record ... Ranked first in the conference in every offensive category in the MAC. 43

JANTTI’S HONORS ATHLETIC • 2001 NSCAA Second-Team All-American • 2001 Second-Team All-American (collegesoccer.com) • 2001 First-Team All-Great Lakes Region • 2001 MAC Player of the Year • 2001 First-Team All-MAC • 2001 MAC All-Tournament Team • 2000 Honorable Mention All-American (collegesoccer.com) • 2000 First-Team All-Great Lakes Region • 2000 First-Team All-MAC • 2000 MAC All-Tournament Team • 1999 Second-Team All-Mideast Region • 1999 First-Team All-MAC • 1998 Third-Team All-Mideast Region • 1998 MAC Newcomer of the Year • 1998 Second-Team All-MAC ACADEMIC • NCAA Postgraduate schoarship • 2001 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-American (first team) • 2001 Verizon Academic All-American • 2000 Verizon Academic All-District IV • Three-time MAC Academic Honor Roll • Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll

SHTEIWI’S HONORS ATHLETIC • 2004 NSCAA Third-Team All-American • 2004 Second-Team All-American (collegesoccernews.com) • 2004 First-Team All-Great Lakes Region • 2004 MAC Player of the Year • 2004 First-Team All-MAC • 2003 Second-Team All-Great Lakes Region • 2003 MAC Player of the Year • 2003 First-Team All-MAC • 2002 Second-Team All-Great Lakes Region • 2002 First-Team All-MAC ACADEMIC • 2004 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District IV • 2004 Academic All-MAC • Two-time SEC Academic Honor Roll


ALL-AMERICANS Barry Rice 2008-09 All-American 2009 • All-American Season Co-captain for the third year, helping lead UK to the C-USA Tournament for the third consecutive season ... Won 126-of-155 contested header attempts during the 2009 season (stat tracked in 16 of UK’s 18 games), an 81-percent clip ... Played and started all 18 games in 2009, totaling two goals, including a game-winning, golden-goal in overtime at UCF ... Totaled seven game-winning goals in his career ... Signed a contract with D.C. United in Major League Soccer following the season.

RICE’S CAREER STATS Year GP/GS Sh 2006 21/21 13 2007 18/18 22 2008 21/21 33 2009 18/18 19 Totals 78/78 87

G 1 7 2 2 12

A 5 1 1 0 7

Pts 7 15 5 4 31

2008 • All-American Season Served as the leader of the UK club for the third consecutive year, earning co-captain honors before the season … Supremely athletic, Rice became the first player in school history to win C-USA Defensive Player of the Year honors in back-to-back seasons … Was a first-team AllConference USA selection … Became just the third All-America selection in program annals, earning third-team honors from Top Drawer Soccer and second-team accolades from CollegeSoccerNews.com … Is a force in the air, necessitating the keeping of a new stat by the UK soccer staff, tracking of “Contested Barry Rice Headers Won/Lost” per game … Rice won a staggering 189-of-218 contested header attempts on the season, an 87-percent clip … Had the best defensive game of the season in a scoreless draw against Memphis, winning 32-of-36 contested header attempts in the regular-season finale … Did not lose a contested header attempt until the seventh game of the season … Started all 21 games, logging 1989 minutes, third-best on the team … Finished with two goals and one assist, firing a team-high 33 shots, with 14 on goal … With UK possessing a more threatening offensive attack in 2008, Rice did not need to carry the goal scoring load as he did in 2007, scoring seven goals … After being subbed out of the first two games of the year – both blowouts – Rice did not sub out of the game the rest of the season, going

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RICE’S HONORS ATHLETIC • 2009 Third-Team All-American (collegesoccernews.com) • 2009 NSCAA All-America • 2009 First-Team All-Conference USA • 2009 NSCAA All-Midwest • 2008 Third-Team All-American (topdrawersoccer.com) • 2008 Second-Team All-American (collegesoccernews.com) • 2008 First-Team All-Conference USA • 2008 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year • 2008 NSCAA All-Midwest • 2007 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year • 2007 First-Team All-Conference USA • 2007 NSCAA All-Midwest • 2006 C-USA All-Freshman Team • 2006 C-USA All-Tournament Team 19 straight games of playing every second … Got his first assist of the season in the opener against UCA … Got first goal of the year in a free kick opportunity against Michigan … Notched the game-winning goal in the semifinals of the CUSA Championship against UCF, heading the goal that sent UK to the championship game … Tied for sixth in UK career history with six game-winning goals.


LETTERWINNERS Nick Aguilar Brian Alba Josh Albers Andrew Alexander Pedro Andreoni Jay Armstrong Dylan Asher Chris Austin Danny Baker Lee Baker Reid Baker Brien Baltzell Scott Bartlett Matt Baum Tyler Beadle Jason Bell Stephen Beiro Greg Bironas Jed Boswell Marco Bordon Sam Brooks Jonathan Brown Jonathan Brunet Jeff Buettner Tyler Butler Tyler Burns Steve Cabos Lucas Carden Brian Carmany Bryan Celis Jarrett Christie Alex Clay Tyler Cook Gabriel Conelian Patrick Conyea Kevin Corby Ryan Costen Brian Crafton Tim Crone Michael D’Agostino Brian Dausman Eddie Davis George Davis IV Alex DeFelipe Shaun Deliberato Rick Dengelegi Brian DePriest Brad Doliner Billy Dwyer Greg Dyk Sean Endicott Clint Fairweather Giovanni Fernandez Daniel Ferriter Tim Fisk Brian Flanagan Nathan Fleetwood Kevin Ford Monty Frazier

Lisle, Ill./Benet Academy - Wisconsin Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood Cincinnati, Ohio/La Salle/Dayton Atlanta, Ga./Pace Academy Sao Paulo, Brazil/South Kent/Hartwick Lexington, Ky./Williston Northampton, Mass. Richardson, Texas/Richardson Marietta, Ga./Wheeler Spring, Texas/Klein Spring, Texas/Klein Des Moines, Iowa Louisville, Ky./Ballard St. Louis, Mo./Parkway West Cape Coral, Fla./Cypress Lake/Florida Atlantic Douglasville, Ga./Hiram Louisville, Ky./Eastern McLean, Va./McLean Goshen, Ky./Trinity/Rhode Island Louisville, Ky./Trinity/Transylvania Sao Paulo, Brazil/South Kent Solihull, England/University of the Cumberlands Clinton, Miss./Clinton Scott/Acadiana, La./Ala.-Huntsville Centerville, Ohio/Centerville Louisville, Ky./Male/Transylvania Aura, Colo./Smoky Hill New Orleans, La./Jesuit HS of New Orleans Streamwood, Ill./Schaumburg/Butler Russell Township, Ohio/Hawken, Ohio/Hartwick Houston, Texas/Mayde Creek Vancouver, British Columbia Huntsville, Ala./Randolph Crestwood, Ky./South Oldham Sao Paulo, Brazil Hichory, Ky./Mayfield St. Louis, Mo./St. Louis University High School Lewisville, Texas/Lewisville Henderson, Ky./Henderson Cincinnati, Ohio/Bowling Green Langley, British Columbia/Langley Louisville, Ky./Male Portage, Mich./Central Lima, Ohio/Elida/Bowling Green Madrid, Spain Cleveland, Ohio/Saint Ignatius Holliston, Mass./St. John's St. Louis, Mo./Deshmet Jesuit Cape Elizabeth, Maine/IMG Soccer Academy Metairie, La./Jesuit/College of Charleston Lexington, Ky./Lafayette Midway, Ky./Woodford County/Cincinnati Warminster, Pa./William Tennent Criciuma, Brazil/adidas Academy Columbus, Ga./Columbus High/Davidson Louisville, Ky./Male/Colgate St. Louis, Mo./St. Louis University High Adelaide, Austrailia/Pulteney/Va. Intermont Lexington, Ky./Lafayette Broken Arrow, Okla./Holland Hall/Wisconsin

2003 2000 2009-10 2004-07 2011 1996-97 2010-12 2000-03 1994, 96 1996-99 2007-08 1994-97 1991-92 2004-06 2010-11 1996-99 2007-08 2000 1994-97 2011-12 2010-11 2011 2002-04 1992-94 1994-95 2007-09 2011 2007-08 2002 2012 2003-04 2010 1997-2000 2011-12 2005-07 2010 2010-11 1992-93 2007-09 2004-06 1992-95 1999-2000 2008-09 2009-10 1993-95, 1997 1996-97 2010-12 1997-98 1991-92 1995-96 1992-95 1997-2000 2003-04 1993-95 1993 2001-02 1991-93 2000-02

Brad Frederick Robert Frey Joey Gaworecki Pat Gerak Greg Goldbach Shawn Goulbourne Todd Grace Ryan Grady Shane Graff Thomas Graham Jason Griffiths Joey Grigsby Jeremy Groves Andy Gruenebaum Mark Halma Chad Hagerty Greg Harris David Harrison Josh Hart Craig Heard Dave Hertel Clayton Hill John Hinds Zach Hjornevik Chad Holloway Travis Hunt Callum Irving Juan Jackson Ilkka Jantti Chris Jumalon Dani Kamras Jirijoonas Kanth Aaron Keith J.R. Kenny Jacob Kemper Steve Kitchens Greg Kotzbauer Isak Krogstad Lasse Lagerblom Brad Lancaster Ben Langwith Bingy Lara Mark Lavery Logan LeCompte Christopher Lefferts Olli Lehtimaki Nathan Li Greg Lobring Matt Lodge Lee London David Lovejoy Luke Maitland Pierre Manga Nathan Marks Jay Marshall Rob Mayer Brandon Mayes Chris McAlpine Matt McAlpine

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Jefferson, Ind./St. Xavier Goshen, Ky./Walden Houston, Texas/Cypress Creek Villa Hills, Ky./Dixie Heights Vienna, Va./George C. Marshall London, England Hopkinsville, Ky./Hopkinsville West Chester, Ohio/Lakota Louisville, Ky./Ballard/South Carolina Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood Bracknell, England/Garth Hill Augusta, Ga./Greenbriar/Georgia State Leeds, England/Sherburn/Virginia Intermont Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley North Des Moines, Iowa/West Des Moines Valley Louisville, Ky./St. Xavier Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay Bishop, England/Ferryhill/Northern Oklahoma Lexington, Ky./Catholic Northampton, England/Northampton School Holland, Mich./Holland Christian Ashland, Ky./Paul Blazer Columbia, S.C./Irmo Spring, Texas/Klein Louisville, Ky./Ballard Morristown, N.J./Morristown Vancouver, British Columbia/Winston Churchill Lexington, Ky./Dunbar/Lincoln Memorial Lahti, Finland/Salpausselan Lukio Waldorf, Md./Thomas Stone Espoo, Finland/Makelanrinteen Urheilulukio Vantaa, Finland/Makelanrinne Louisville, Ky./Male Marietta, Ga./Lassiter/UAB Cretwood, Ky./Oldham County Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek/Catawba Valley Coll. Trromsoe, Norway/Norwegian Coll. of Elite Sport Lahti, Finland Clearwater, Fla./Countryside Des Moines, Iowa/Johnston Las Cruces, N.M./Las Cruces Woodstock, Ga./Etowah Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson Brewster, N.Y./North Salem/Hofstra Hameenlinna, Finland/Kaurialan Lukio Delta, British Columbia/White Rock Christian Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson Rossington, England/Rossington All Saints Lexington, Ky./Lafayette Lexington, Ky./Dunbar Luton, England Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay/Transylvania Louisville, Ky./Trinity Brookville, Ohio/Northmount Dublin, Ohio/Coffman Louisville, Ky./Eastern Dayton, Ohio/Centerville Dayton, Ohio/Centerville

2005-07 1996-99 2001, 2003 1992-95 2008-09 1992-93 1997-2000 1994 2000 2006-09 2005-06 2002, 2004 2002-05 2006-07 2007-09 1991-92 2009-10 1995 2010-11 2004 1991 1995-98 2001 1991-94 1991 2012 1998 1998-2001 2009 2002 2007-08 1992 2003-04 2009-12 1997 1991-93 2012 1993-94 2005 2005-08 2008-09 2000 2003-04 2001-04 2003-06 1993-96 2009-12 1999 1999 2007 2010 2004-07 1996-98 1999-2000 1995 1998-2001 2005-06


Toby McComas Josh McCrary Chris McDaniel Matt McDevitt Alex McDonald Miles McDougal Mike McKay Steven McLan Peter McLellan Jay McNeil Adam Midkiff Drew Midkiff Clark Miller Steve Miller Jess Mitchell Brian Mitts Jani Modig Sean Mondelli John Monebrake Nikolas Moreno Richard Morton Tim Muessig Josh Mulvany David Muse Brendan Murphy Keegan Nash Tom Neff Brian O’Leary Riley O’Neill Chris Okamura Brian Peacock Steven Perinovic Brook Pearse Antti Peltonen Anthony Peters Matt Petty Adam Pettys Charley Pettys Jason Prechter Craig Pykett Greg Raber Brent Rainey Kirk Rhinehart Caleb Richardson Tyler Riggs Jay Riney Keith Realing Jonathan Reynaga Barry Rice Brad Rink Brad Robinson Jordan Rose Marc Sabin Brad Samelko Marco dos Santos Brannan Sapp Issam Sawtarie Dustin Scibilia Jamie Schuer Grant Schurtz Jason Segeleon Thomas Senecal

Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville 1993-96 Marietta, Ga.//Lassiter/Radford 2009, 11 Tulsa, Okla./Holland Hall 1999-2002 Prospect, Ky./Walden 1997 Swansea, Ill./Belleview East/Oakland 2005 Forth Worth, Texas/Arlington Heights 2007 New Orleans, La./De LaSalle 1991-92 Bristol, England Glasgow, Scotland Worthington, Ohio/Thomas Worthington 1992 Cincinnati, Ohio/Fairfield 2006-07 Cincinnati, Ohio/Fairfield/Cincinnati State 2009-10 Franktown, Colo./Ponderosa/Rhode Island 2001-02 Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek 1992 Plano, Texas/Plano 2005 Cincinnati, Ohio/Summit Country Day 1998, 2000-01 Espoo, Finland/Kauklahti 2002 Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek 1995-97 Pickerington, Ohio/Pickerington - Ohio State 2001-02 Highland Park, Ill./Highland Park 2005 Edinburgh, Scotland Lexington, Ky./Dunbar/Western Kentucky 2008-09 Oxford, England 2011 Louisville, Ky./Male 1993-96 Tamworth, England/St. Frances of Assissi 2010-11 Adelaide, Australia/Bankasia Park International 2006 Louisville, Ky./Ballard 1991-94 Lexington, Ky./Dunbar 1997-2000 Campbell River, British Columbia/Timberline 2003-06 Clayton, Calif./De La Salle 2004 Dayton, Ohio/Centerville - West Virginia 1998 Delafield, Wis./Kettle Moraine 2010-12 Bradenton, Fla./adidas Academy 2000-03 Kokkola, Finland/KYL - Central Florida 1999, 2001 Baton Rouge, La./Baton Rouge Magnet 2002, 04 Prospect, Ky./South Oldham 1994-95 Los Angeles, Calif./Providence 2012 Los Angeles, Calif./Bexley/UC Santa Barbara 2010-12 New Orleans, La./Brother Martin - Col. of Charleston1998-99 Fox Point, Wisc./Marquette 2000-03 Raleigh, N.C./Athens Drive - UNC-Greensboro 2001-02 Louisville, Ky./Ballard - Indiana 1997-2000 Yorktown, Va./York - Virginia 1991 Highland Village, Texas/Marcus 2012 Louisville, Ky./St. Xavier 2010-12 Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic 1999 Spokane, Wash./University 2006 Los Angeles, Calif./Bishop Mora Salesian 2010 Parma, Ohio/St. Ignatious 2006-09 Lexington, Ky./Lexington Catholic 1992 Louisville, Ky./Eastern 1992-93 Englewood, Ohio/Northmont 2010 Prospect, Ky./Louisville Trinity 1993-94 Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville 2000-02 Sao Paulo, Brazil/Colegio Pre-Medico 2008-09 Kernersville, N.C./East Forsyth 2005 Bethany, W.Va./Providence 2007-08 Escondido, Calif/San Pasqual/San Diego State 2012 Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington - Campbell 1995-97 Fort Wayne, Ind./Canterbury 1991-92 Louisville, Ky./Trinity 1991 Bethesda, Md./The Maret School 2002-05

Scott Sersen Scot Shewey Aaron Sheffield Jamal Shteiwi Jibran Shteiwi Jason Simpson John Skeeters Brett Smith Kyle Smith Chael Soler Chris Soler Stephen Spitler Arnold Sprague Jacob Speed Matt Stanley J.D. Stephenson Brandon Stewart Michael Stickler Clint Stivers Todd Stonestreet Rob Strobel Kevin Strobo Randy Strobo Michael Strong C.J. Tappel Andrew Terry Savvas Theofilou Marc Theriault Kristoffer Tollefsen Matt Troop Masumi Turnbull Jack Van Arsdale Jim VanBuskirk Rob Victor Kirk Vidra Chris Villamil Byron Vega Sam Vernalls Ellis Vienne Matt Vogel Karl Waasdorp Adam Walker Brad Walker Tim Walters Grant Ward Matt Weiler Todd Weismueller Chris West Taylor White Graham Wilk Cameron Wilder Matt Wilkerson Dan Williams Dan Woehrmann Travis Young Nathan Zechman Thomas Zimmerman Matt Zirretta

Livonia, Mich./Stevenson 1996-99 Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville - Jacksonville 2001-02 Iowa City, Iowa (Iowa City West) 2006 Cincinnati, Ohio/Summit Country Day - Indiana 2001-04 Cincinnati, Ohio/Summit Country Day 2003-04 Carmel, Ind./Carmel 1992 Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek 1991-94 Alamo, Calif./Monte Vista 2002-03 Bartlett, Ill./South Elgin 2009-10 Weston, Fla./Western - Nova Southeastern 2001 Weston, Fla./Western 2000-01 Perrysburg, Ohio/Perrysburg 1996 Henderson, Ky./Henderson County 1991 Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield 2012 Owensboro, Ky./Apollo 1991-93 Tulsa, Okla./Holland Hall 1999-2002 Dallas, Texas/Creekview 2002-05 Hudson, Ohio/Hudson 1996-99 Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay 1991-93 Canton, Mich./Plymouth Canton 1996-99 Richmond, Ky./Madison Central 1991 Louisville, Ky./Manual 2000-01 Louisville, Ky./Manual - Louisville 2000-01 San Antonio/Alamo Heights 2004-06,08 Lexington, Ky./Lexington Catholic 2007-09, 11 Galloway, Ohio/St. Charles Prep 1993 Nisocia, Cypress Chantilly, Va./Chantilly 1998-2001 Sandefjord, Norway/Sandefjord Videregaende 2012 Peachtree, Ga./Stars Mill - Dayton 2006 Richmond, British Columbia/McMath 2005-08 Richmond, Va./Mills E. Godwin/VCU 2011-12 St. Louis, Mo./Mehlville - Forest Park CC 1994 Aiken, S.C/Aiken 2005 St. Louis, Mo./Vianney 1992-95 Balston Lake, N.Y./Shenedehowa 1996-97 Guatemala/South Kent 2009-12 Northallerton, Englad/Northallerton/North. Okla. 2008 Cornelius, N.C./Hopewell 2010 Lexington, Ky./Lexington Christian 2004 Peachtree, Ga./McIntosh - Richmond 2006 Mount Pleasant, S.C./Bishop England 2002-04 Sydney, Australia/Marcellin College 2008-11 St. Louis, Mo./Lafayette 2005 Alexandria, Va./Edison 2006-08 Fairfax Station, Va./Lake Braddock 2006-07 Lexington, Ky./Henry Clay 1992-95 Lexington, Ky./Catholic 1994-95, 1997-98 Marietta, Ga./Walton 2008-09 Canton, Mich./Plymouth Canton 1995-96 Kennesaw, Ga./North Cobb 2009-12 North Liberty, Iowa/Iowa City West - UW-Green Bay 1996-97 Fairfax Station, Va./Lake Braddock 2006-09 St. Louis, Mo./Pattonville 1993 Raleigh, N.C./Ravenscroft School 2005 Sylvania, Ohio/St. John's 1999 Gainesville, Fla./Eastside 2009 Cedar Rapids, Iowa/John F. Kennedy 2007

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAME-WINNING GOALS

CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1 2 3

Toby McComas Brian Dausman Ilkka Jantti J.D. Stephenson 5 Lee Baker Pat Gerak 7 Brad Walker Barry Rice Brien Baltzell 10 Todd Weissmueller Chris McDaniel Nathan Li

82 81 80 80 79 79 78 78 78 76 76 76

1993-96 1992-95 1998-01 1999-02 1996-99 1992-95 2008-11 2006-09 1994-97 1992-95 1999-02 2003-06

80 79 79 78 78 71 71 70 70 68 67 66 66

1992-95 1998-01 1999-02 2006-09 1992-95 1996-99 2003-06 2008-11 2002-05 1993-96 2009-12 2002-05 1997-00

73 72 71 69 68 66 55 51 47 41 40 38 36

1991-93 2003-06 2001-04 1993-96 1992-95 2009-12 2010-12 1996-99 2004-08 1992-95 1995-97 1995-96 2004-06

34 29 28 24 23 23 23 20 19 16 14 13 12 12 12 12

1991-93 1993-96 2003-06 2009-12 1992-95 2001-04 2010-12 2004-08 1996-99 1992-95 1999-02 1995-97 2006-09 2006-09 1994-97 1995-96

GAMES STARTED 1 2

Brian Dausman Ilkka Jantti J.D. Stephenson 4 Barry Rice Pat Gerak 6 Lee Baker Nathan Li 8 Brad Walker Brandon Stewart 10 Toby McComas 11 Matt Lodge 12 Andy Gruenebaum Brian O’Leary

1 2 3

Riley O’Neill Toby McComas Jamal Shteiwi Matt Lodge 4 Greg Kotzbauer Brian Dausman 6 Barry Rice 7 Tim Crone 8 Lee Baker Tyler Riggs 10 Sean Endicott Tyler Cook 12 Brien Baltzell Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti J.D. Stephenson Brandon Stewart Michael Strong

Greg Kotzbauer (34g, 5a) Riley O’Neill (28g, 16a) Jamal Shteiwi (23g, 25a) Toby McComas (29g, 11a) Brian Dausman (23g, 22a) Matt Lodge (24g, 18a) Tyler Riggs (23g, 9a) Lee Baker (19g, 13a) Michael Strong (20g, 7a) Todd Weissmueller (16g, 9a) Sean Mondelli (13g, 14a) Sean Endicott (12g, 14a) Michael D’Agostino (11g, 14a)

GOALS 1 2 3 4 5

8 9 10 11 12 13

Greg Kotzbauer Toby McComas Riley O’Neill Matt Lodge Brian Dausman Jamal Shteiwi Tyler Riggs Michael Strong Lee Baker Todd Weissmueller Chris McDaniel Sean Mondelli Jason Griffiths Barry Rice Brien Baltzell Sean Endicott

2003-06 1993-96 2001-04 2009-12 1991-93 1992-95 2006-09 2007-09 1996-99 2010-12 1995-96 1997-00 1994-99 1997-00 1998-01 1999-02 2002-05 2004-08

25 22 18 17 16 14 14 14 13 13 13

2001-04 1992-95 2009-12 2005-08 2003-06 1995-96 1995-97 2004-06 1996-99 1993-95 2001-02

209 167 157 151 146 133 127 110 107 106 103 94 92 89 87

2009-12 2003-06 1991-93 2001-04 1993-96 1992-95 2004-06 1993-95 2006-09 1996-99 2010-12 2004-08 1999-02 1998-01 2006-09

264 221 211 209 197 156 113 75 64 50

2002-05 2006-09 1997-00 1994-98 1991-93 1993-96 2010-11 2001-02 2011-12 2000-02

ASSISTS 1 2 3 4 5 6

9

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

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 12 11 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Jamal Shteiwi Brian Dausman Matt Lodge Masumi Turnbull Riley O’Neill Sean Endicott Sean Mondelli Michael D’Agostino Lee Baker Tim Fisk Nathan Fleetwood

(min. 1,000 minutes) No Name GA 1 Greg Raber 21 2 Andy Gruenebaum43 3 Dan Williams 80 4 Chris West 64 5 Brad Samelko 14 6 Jack Van Arsdale 27 7 Brian O’Leary 85 8 Tyler Beadle 53 9 David Muse 59 10 Matt Stanley 71

Matt Lodge Riley O’Neill Greg Kotzbauer Jamal Shteiwi Toby McComas Brian Dausman Michael D’Agostino Tim Fisk Jason Griffiths Lee Baker Tyler Riggs Michael Strong Chris McDaniel Ilkka Jantti Barry Rice

SAVES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Andy Gruenebaum Dan Williams Brian O’Leary Chris West Matt Stanley David Muse Tyler Beadle Greg Raber Jack Van Arsdale Brad Samelko

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Avg. 0.85 0.97 1.06 1.15 1.19 1.21 1.24 1.42 1.57 1.58

Years 2001-02 2002-05 2006-09 1994-98 2000-02 2011-12 1997-00 2010-11 1993-96 1991-93

SHUTOUTS 1 3 4 5 6

Brian O’Leary Andy Gruenebaum Dan Williams Chris West Greg Raber Matt Stanley David Muse

22 22 21 19 12 9 9

1997-00 2002-05 2006-09 1994-98 2001-02 1991-93 1993-96

22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 2000 2000

22 22 22 22 22 22 21

1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 2000

SEASON RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1

SHOTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Min 2226 6223 6782 4999 1056 2000 6184 3354 3379 4041

Brien Baltzell Brian Dausman Greg Lobring Toby McComas Sean Mondelli Todd Weissmueller David Muse Jamie Schuer Toby McComas Chris McDaniel Tyler Cook

GAMES STARTED 1

7

Brian Dausman Greg Lobring Toby McComas Todd Weissmueller David Muse Chris McDaniel 20 players

POINTS No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11

Name Riley O’Neill Greg Kotzbauer Jamal Shteiwi Tyler Riggs Brian Dausman Matt Lodge Greg Kotzbauer Sean Endicott Jamal Shteiwi Toby McComas Toby McComas Lee Baker Lee Baker Jason Bell

G 17 16 11 11 11 7 11 9 5 10 8 8 7 8

A 4 1 8 5 4 10 2 5 13 1 4 4 6 4

Pts. 38 33 30 27 26 24 24 23 23 21 20 20 20 20

Year 2006 1991 2004 2011 1995 2011 1992 1995 2003 1994 1995 1998 1999 1999


GOALS 1 2 3

6 7 9

Riley O’Neill Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer Brian Dausman Jamal Shteiwi Tyler Riggs Toby McComas Sean Endicott Michael Strong Clint Stivers Toby McComas Brien Baltzell Lee Baker Jason Bell John Monebrake

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 17 16 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8

2006 1991 1992 1995 2004 2011 1994 1995 2008 1991 1995 1997 1998 1999 2001

7 4 4 4 4 3

2006 1991 1995 1995 1998

13 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 6

2003 2011 1993 1997 1997 2004 1995 2002 2006 2007

72 69 62 61 58 57 56 56 46 44 43 43 43 43

2012 2006 2011 2006 1992 2004 1991 2003 1994 1996 2009 1993 1999 2002

96 95 78 76 71 70 70 66 63 61 59 59

1992 1996 2004 2005 2007 1995 2000 2003 2010 1999 1993 2008

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1 2

6

Riley O’Neill Greg Kotzbauer Brian Dausman Toby McComas Lee Baker 18 players

ASSISTS 1 2 2 4 6

8

Jamal Shteiwi Matt Lodge Brian Dausman Sean Endicott Sean Mondelli Jamal Shteiwi Tim Fisk Nathan Fleetwood Masumi Turnbull Masumi Turnbull eight players

9 10 11

Matt Lodge Riley O’Neill Matt Lodge Michael D’Agostino Greg Kotzbauer Jamal Shteiwi Greg Kotzbauer Jamal Shteiwi Toby McComas Toby McComas Matt Lodge Greg Kotzbauer Lee Baker Nathan Fleetwood

8 9 10 11

Matt Stanley David Muse Andy Gruenebaum Andy Gruenebaum Dan Williams Chris West Brian O’Leary Andy Gruenebaum Tyler Beadle Brian O’Leary Matt Stanley Dan Williams

Avg. 0.40 0.68 0.69 0.78 0.81 0.81 0.84 0.96 0.97 1.04 1.10 1.30 1.30 1.32 1.46

Years 2001 2003 1995 2009 2004 2008 2006 1999 2005 2000 2012 1992 2010 2002 1996

6

1

4

9 11

Chris West Andy Gruenebaum Brian O’Leary Brian O’Leary Dan Williams Dan Williams David Muse Greg Raber Andy Gruenebaum Andy Gruenebaum Matt Stanley Greg Raber Dan Williams Jack Van Arsdale

12 10 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5

1995 2003 2000 1999 2009 2008 1996 2001 2004 2005 1992 2002 2006 2012

IPFW (9/6/11) FIU (10/21/12)

Brien Baltzell Lee Baker Jason Bell Barry Rice Matt Lodge Tyler Riggs 34 times

3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Texas-Pan Am. (9/6/96) UNC-Asheville (9/12/99) Marshall (10/1/99) Georgetown (9/6/06) Tulsa (10/12/11) IPFW (9/6/11)

SHOTS 1 2

6 1 2 3 4 5

3 3 2

ASSISTS

SHUTOUTS

Greg Kotzbauer 12 Toby McComas 9 Riley O’Neill 9 Matt Lodge 9 Matt Lodge 9 Greg Kotzbauer 8 John Monebrake 8 Michael D’Agostino8 Riley O’Neill 8 Matt Lodge 8

Ky. Wesleyan (10/2/91) Valparaiso (9/2/95) Michigan (9/13/06) IPFW (9/6/11) IPFW (9/25/12) Xavier (9/19/92) Bowling Green (10/5/01) Georgetown (9/14/05) Belmont (9/2/06) Wright State (9/2/11)

SAVES 1

3 5

8

Greg Kotzbauer Matt Stanley

13 Alabama A&M (10/8/91) 13 Lindsey Wilson (10/30/92) David Muse 12 at Akron (10/12/96) Matt Stanley 12 twice Chris West 11 Indiana (9/11/94) Brian O’Leary 11 at Saint Louis (11/18/00) Andy Gruenebaum 11 at FIU (9/30/05) Rob Strobel 10 Butler (9/7/91) Matt Stanley 10 Virginia Tech (10/17/93) Dan Williams 10 Louisville (8/30/06)

POINTS 1 2 3

11

SAVES 1 2 3 4 5 6

Min 1,137 1,974 1,963 1731 1,770 1,995 1,286 1,967 1855 1,899 1,710 1,876 1,804 1,089 2,100

Matt Lodge Dylan Asher 61 times

GAME RECORDS

SHOTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(min. 1,000 minutes) No Name GA 1 Greg Raber 5 2 Andy Gruenebaum15 3 Chris West 15 4 Dan Williams 15 5 Andy Gruenebaum16 Dan Williams 18 7 Dan Williams 12 8 Brian O’Leary 21 9 Andy Gruenebaum20 10 Brian O’Leary 22 11 Jack Van Arsdale 21 11 Matt Stanley 27 Tyler Beadle 26 12 Greg Raber 16 13 David Muse 34

Chris Soler Michael Strong Clint Stivers David Griffiths Greg Kotzbauer Marc Theriault Jamal Shteiwi

8 7 6 6 6 6 6

Riley O’Neill Matt Lodge Dylan Asher Brian Dausman Sean Endicott Michael Stickler Antti Peltonen Riley O’Neill Jason Griffiths Barry Rice Taylor White Michael Strong

6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Georgetown (10/17/01) Georgetown (9/6/06) E. Michigan (10/6/91) E. Michigan (10/6/91) Vanderbilt (10/18/91) Marshall (10/1/99) Bowling Green (10/15/04) Florida Atlantic (8/25/06) IPFW (9/6/11) FIU (10/21/12) W. Kentucky (10/15/92) Valparaiso (9/2/95) W. Michigan (10/4/98) N. Illinois (9/23/01) Georgetown (9/6/06) Tulsa (11/3/06) Marshall (10/24/07) C. Arkansas (8/29/08) C. Arkansas (8/29/08)

GOALS 1 2

Chris Soler David Griffiths Greg Kotzbauer Marc Theriault Jamal Shteiwi

4 3 3 3 3

Riley O’Neill Michael Strong

3 3

Georgetown (10/17/01) E. Michigan (10/6/91) Vanderbilt (10/18/91) Marshall (10/1/99) Bowling Green (10/15/04) Florida Atlantic (8/25/06) Georgetown (9/6/06)

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Matt Lodge set the UK career record for shots (209), also owning the single-season mark (72) in 2012.


TEAM RECORDS Yearly Leaders

1993 1992 1991

POINTS Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Player Tyler Riggs Tyler Riggs Matt Lodge Matt Lodge Michael Strong Barry Rice Riley O’Neill Riley O’Neill Jamal Shteiwi Jamal Shteiwi Jamal Shteiwi John Monebrake Chris McDaniel Lee Baker Jason Bell Lee Baker Brien Baltzell Sean Mondelli Toby McComas Brian Dausman Toby McComas Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Player Tyler Riggs Matt Lodge Tyler Riggs Tyler Riggs Matt Lodge Michael Strong Barry Rice Riley O’Neill Riley O’Neill Jamal Shteiwi Riley O’Neill Jamal Shteiwi John Monebrake Chris McDaniel Jason Bell Lee Baker Brien Baltzell Toby McComas Brian Dausman Toby McComas Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Goals 7 7 11 5 6 9 7 17 4 11 7 7 8 5 8 8 8 7 11 10 7 11 16

Year Player 2012 Jack Van Arsdale 2011 Tyler Beadle 2010 Tyler Beadle 2009 Dan Williams 2008 Dan Williams 2007 Dan Williams 2006 Matt Troop 2005 Andy Gruenebaum 2004 Andy Gruenebaum 2003 Andy Gruenebaum 2002 Greg Raber 2001 Greg Raber 2000 Brian O’Leary 1999 Brian O’Leary 1998 Chris West 1997 Chris West 1996 David Muse 1995 Chris West 1994 David Muse 1993 Matt Stanley 1992 Matt Stanley 1991 Rob Strobel * led nation

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Player Jacob Kemper Matt Lodge Matt Lodge C.J. Tappel Marco dos Santos Chad Hagerty Masumi Turnbull Masumi Turnbull Michael D’Agostino Jamal Shteiwi Jamal Shteiwi Nathan Fleetwood Nathan Fleetwood Giovanni Fernandes Chris Soler Tyler Cook Lee Baker Lee Baker Sean Mondelli Sean Endicott Tim Fisk Brian Dausman Tim Fisk

SHOTS Player Matt Lodge Matt Lodge Matt Lodge Matt Lodge Barry Rice Aaron Swanson Riley O’Neill Michael D’Agostino Jamal Shteiwi Jamal Shteiwi Nathan Fleetwood John Monebrake Chris McDaniel Lee Baker Michael Stickler Sean Mondelli Toby McComas Toby McComas Toby McComas Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer

Shots 72 62 32 43 33 29 69 38 57 56 43 37 32 43 35 38 44 41 46 43 58 56

Season Records WINS 1 2 4 5

8

GAA 1.10 1.57 1.30 0.78 0.81 1.78 0.68 0.97 0.81 0.68 1.32 0.40* 1.04 0.96 1.35 1.30 1.46 0.69 1.22 1.70 1.30 1.08

5 8

Assists 5 10 3 3 3 6 7 7 6 8 13 7 6 4 4 4 6 4 8 9 7 4 4

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Player Jack Van Arsdale Tyler Beadle Tyler Beadle Dan Williams Dan Williams Dan Williams Dan Williams Andy Gruenebaum Andy Gruenebaum Andy Gruenebaum Greg Raber Brad Samelko Brian O’Leary Brian O’Leary Chris West Brian O’Leary David Muse Chris West Chris West Matt Stanley Matt Stanley Matt Stanley

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Saves 58 50 63 54 59 71 57 76 78 66 44 42 70 61 46 45 95 70 52 59 96 42

1995 2001 2006 2009 1999 1997 1998 2003 2008 1992 2000 2004

6 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2005 2008 1993 2010 1992 1996 2004 1994 1997 2000 2003 2006 2007 2012

G 49 44 39 41 35 39 34 41 36 35 33 34 32

A 46 45 47 41 49 36 29 15 24 25 29 27 27

49 44 41 39 39 36 35 35 34 34 33 33

1995 2006 1991 1999 2001 1997 1992 2011 1996 2012 1993 2002

49 47 46 45 41 36 33 30 29 29 27 27 27

2011 2001 1995 2006 2008 1999 2003 2000 1996 2002 1998 2005 2012

POINTS No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 13

GOALS 1 2 3 4 6 7

SAVES

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

TIES 1 2 3

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

ASSISTS Year 2012 2011 2010 2009

9 5 4

Points 18 27 11 14 19 15 38 13 30 23 15 19 11 20 20 20 16 16 19 26 21 16 24 33

GOALS Year 2012

Brian Dausman Brian Dausman Greg Dyk

8 10

ASSISTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11

Pts. 144 133 125 123 119 114 97 97 96 95 95 95 91

Year 1995 2006 2001 2008 2011 1999 1996 1991 1997 1992 2002 2012 1998


SHOTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

351 311 300 284 274 273 269 265 258 253 249 249 246 243 243

10

2006 1999 2011 2008 2012 2009 2000 1995 2010 1997 1998 2003 2002 2004 2005

13

6 7 8 9 10 12 13

133 133 131 125 125 122 119 117 110 109 109 108 106

1997 2000 1996 2006 2012 2001 2011 1999 2002 1995 2008 1998 2005

5

492 416 390 383 378 352 351 347 338 336

1992 1991 2000 2001 2005 1996 2002 2006 1994 1999

4

7 8 11 13

6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

GA 15 15 16 15 19 16 18 21 20 25 26 27 32 28 31

Min. 2,014 1,974 2,070 1731 1,967 1,791 2,012 1,967 1855 2,079 1,935 1,813 1,999 1,735 1,927

118 117 96 95 95 88 85 82 81 80

1991 2006 1992 1993 1996 1997 2004 1998 2000 2001

SAVES 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10

5

3

GAA 0.67 0.68 0.70 0.78 0.78 0.80 0.80 0.96 0.97 1.13 1.21 1.34 1.44 1.45 1.45

Year 2001 2003 1995 2009 2006 2004 2008 1999 2005 2000 2012 2010 1997 2002 1992

9

6 7

12 10 9 9 9 8 7 7

1995 2003 2000 2001 2006 1999 2009 1996

4

Georgetown (Ky.) (9/6/06) Georgetown (Ky.) (10/17/01) Eastern Michigan (10/6/91) Marshall (10/1/99) Central Arkansas (8/29/08) Brown (9/18/11) Western Michigan (10/20/96) Western Michigan (10/13/95) UNC-Asheville (9/9/06) FIU (10/21/12) Eastern Michigan (9/24/94) UNC Asheville (9/9/01) Georgetown (Ky.) (9/21/94) UC Santa Barbara (9/3/99)

8 7 7 6 6 6 5

Georgetown (Ky.) (9/6/06) Eastern Michigan (10/6/91) Georgetown (Ky.) (10/17/01) Western Michigan (10/20/96) Marshall (10/1/99) Central Arkansas (8/29/08) 15 times

5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3

Eastern Michigan (10/6/91) Western Michigan (10/20/96) Georgetown (Ky.) (9/21/94) Western Michigan (10/13/95) Texas-Pan Am (9/6/96) Marshall (10/1/99) Georgetown (Ky.) (10/17/01) Bowling Green (10/15/05) Central Arkansas (8/29/08) Detroit (8/31/08) 22 times

ASSISTS 1 3 5 7

9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 5

Marshall (10/1/99) Georgetown (Ky.) (9/6/06) Georgetown (Ky.) (10/17/01) Brown (9/18/11) Eastern Michigan (10/6/91) UNC-Asheville (9/9/01) Western Michigan (10/13/95) UNC-Asheville (9/9/06) Central Arkansas (8/28/08) FIU (10/21/12) 12 times

ASSISTS IN A HALF 1 3

8 1 2 3

25 22 21 21 18 18 17 16 16 16 15 15 14 14

6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 4

Marshall (10/1/99) UNC Asheville (9/9/01) WesternMichigan (10/13/95) Texas-Pan Am (9/6/96) WesternMichigan (10/20/96) Georgetown (Ky.) (10/17/01) Western Michigan (10/17/03) Georgetown (Ky.) (9/6/06) 10 times

SHOTS 1 2 4 6

31 30 30 28 28 28 27

26

SAVES 1

GOALS IN A HALF 1

10

SHUTOUTS

2002

Eastern Michigan (10/9/93) Western Michigan (10/3/97) Eastern Michigan (10/12/97) Western Michigan (10/4/98) Akron (10/6/00) UCF (11/14/08)

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GOALS 1 2

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE No. 1 2 3 4

5

9

POINTS 1 2 3

FOULS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2008 2004 2005 2012 1992 1994 1998

Game Records

CORNER KICKS 1 2 3 4

7 6 6 6 5 5 5

Eastern Michigan (9/24/94) Georgetown (Ky.) (9/6/06) Marshall (10/18/06) Buffalo (10/15/99) Belmont (9/2/06) IUPUI (9/4/11) Kentucky Wesleyan (10/2/91)

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7

8

13 13 13 12 12 12 11

Alabama A&M (10/8/91) Lindsey Wilson (10/30/92) Saint Louis (11/18/00) Evansville (9/9/92) Wright State (9/18/93) Akron (10/12/96) Indiana (9/11/94)

10 10 10 10

Butler (9/7/91) Virginia Tech (10/17/93) Louisville (8/30/06) Michigan (9/14/07)

MISCELLANEOUS Highest Won-Loss Percentage Lowest Won-Loss Percentage Most Consecutive Wins Most Consecutive Home Wins Most Consecutive Road Wins Most Consecutive Losses Most Consecutive Home Losses Most Consecutive Road Losses Longest Undefeated Streak

.750 .450 7 6 6 5 3 5 10 7 7 7 Longest Winless Streak 5 5 Consec. Home Games w/o a Loss 10 Consec. Home Games w/o a Win 4 Consec. Away Games w/o a Loss 6 Consec. Away Games w/o a Win 9

1995 1993 1998 2006 1995 1998 2002 1996 2008-09 1997 1998 2004 1996 1998 2003-04 2008 1995 2010-11

OPPPONENT SEASON RECORDS Most Points Fewest Points Most Goals Fewest Goals Most Assists Fewest Assists Most Shots Fewest Shots Most Corner Kicks Fewest Corner Kicks Most Shutouts Fewest Shutouts Most Fouls Fewest Fouls Most Saves Fewest Saves

110 40 44 15 15 15 30 8 262 155 123 74 10 0 405 215 117 65

1991 2004 1991 2009 2001 2003 2002 2004 2005 2009 1991 2009 2003 2002 1992 1998 2006 1999

OPPONENT SINGLE/GAME RECORDS Most Points Most Goals Most Assists Most Shots Fewest Shots Most Saves

24 9 7 35 0 0 22

Indiana Indiana Indiana Fla. International Marshall The Citadel Eastern Michigan

9/25/97 9/25/97 9/13/92 9/30/05 9/13/95 9/24/95 9/24/94


MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS FASTEST GOAL Rk 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Time 0:18 0:57 1:12 1:30 2:06 2:16 2:07 2:10 2:12 2:26 2:39 3:11 3:16 3:33 3:56

Player Stephen Beiro Tyler Riggs Sean Mondelli Lee Baker Thomas Senecal Brad Walker Michael D’Agostino Toby McComas Toby McComas Michael Strong Dylan Asher Antti Peltonen Chris McDaniel Johnathan Skeeters Nathan Li

LATEST GOAL IN REGULATION Opponent UAB High Point Western Michigan Western Michigan Southern Methodist Wright State UW-Green Bay Valparaiso Arkansas-Little Rock Cincinnati FIU UNC-Asheville Buffalo Georgetown College Bowling Green

Date 10/18/2008 11/16/2011 10/13/1995 10/31/1999 10/9/2005 9/2/2011 8/26/2006 9/2/1995 9/23/1995 9/13/2008 10/21/2012 9/12/1999 10/13/2000 9/21/1994 10/5/2003

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Goal 1 Goal 2 Opponent Antti Peltonen Chris McDaniel UNC-Asheville Sean Mondelli Todd Weissmueller Western Michigan Thomas Senecal Tim Walters East Carolina Chris McDaniel Jamal Shteiwi Buffalo Jamal Shteiwi Michael D’Agostino Buffalo Lee Baker Ryan Grady Vanderbilt Riley O’Neill Jason Griffiths Georgetown Coll. Nathan Fleetwood J.D. Stephenson Georgetown Coll. John Monebrake Olli Lehtimaki UNC Asheville Sean Endicott Todd Weissmueller Western Kentucky

Date 9/12/1999 10/13/1995 10/16/2005 11/8/2002 10/3/2004 9/27/1998 9/6/2006 10/17/2001 9/9/2001 10/7/1995

Time 44:50 44:41 44:37 44:35 44:32 44:20 44:10 43:59 43:37 43:27 43:16 43:02

Player Brian Dausman Jason Bell Marc Theriault Jamie Schuer Pat Gerak Stephen Beiro Monty Frazier Michael Strong Riley O’Neill Jason Prechter Brent Rainey Thomas Senecal

Opponent Eastern Michigan Cleveland State Bowling Green Western Kentucky Evansville SMU Virginia C. Arkansas Alabama A&M Vanderbilt Marshall Cincinnati

Time 45:17 45:21 45:40 45:40 45:54 46:00 46:20 46:21 46:56 46:58

Player Matt Wilkerson Michael Strong Brian DePriest Chris Soler Lee Baker Brien Baltzell Giovanni Fernandes Sean Mondelli Jamal Shteiwi Michael D’Agostino

Opponent Bowling Green UAB Belmont Northern Illinois Marshall Georgetown College Buffalo Western Michigan Bowling Green Louisville

Opponent Texas-Pan Am Cincinnati Gonzaga South Florida Buffalo Washington North Carolina Eastern Michigan Western Michigan Ohio State

Date 9/6/1996 9/26/1999 9/9/2005 10/28/1994 11/8/2002 9/26/2003 9/16/2000 11/3/1995 10/20/1996 9/26/2004

Goal 1 Michael Strong Sean Endicott Brad Frederick John Monebrake Rob Frey Michael D’Agostino Marc Theriault Greg Kotzbauer Tim Fisk Thomas Senecal Chris McDaniel

Goal 2 Michael Strong Tim Fisk Brad Frederick John Monebrake Michael Stickler Barry Rice Brent Rainey Greg Lobring Sean Endicott Tim Walters Jamal Shteiwi

Opponent Marshall Valparaiso Mount St. Mary’s Buffalo Buffalo Central Florida Marshall UNC-Asheville Valparaiso East Carolina Buffalo

Date 10/1/08 9/2/1995 9/17/2006 10/14/2001 10/9/1998 10/11/2006 10/1/1999 10/23/1993 9/2/1995 10/16/2005 11/8/2002

OVERTIME GOALS (27)

Date 10/27/1995 9/7/1997 10/20/2000 9/2/1997 10/13/1993 11/2/2008 8/30/2002 8/29/2008 9/20/2006 10/10/1999 10/1/1999 9/11/2003

FASTEST SECOND HALF GOAL Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Time 0:15 0:19 0:36 0:42 0:47 0:50 0:56 1:22 1:25 1:35 1:36

Player Opponent David Griffiths Bradley Alex DeFelipe Kentucky Wesleyan Greg Kotzbauer Xavier Greg Kotzbauer Xavier Chad Holloway Cincinnati Sean Mondelli Indiana Chris Villamil Louisville Brien Baltzall UNLV Billy Dwyer Eastern Michigan Lee Baker Marshall Billy Dwyer South Alabama Tyler Cook Marshall Michael SticklerWestern Michigan Tyler Cook Bowling Green Ilkka Jantti Akron Jamal Shteiwi Louisville Jamal Shteiwi Marshall Michael Strong Alabama A&M Riley O’Neill South Carolina Riley O’Neill Florida International Aaron Swanson UCF Stephen Beiro UAB Masumi Turnbull Barry Rice UCF Sam Brooks Evansville Sam Brooks Marshall Matt Lodge Evansville

LATEST GOAL IN FIRST HALF Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Player Michael Stickler Jason Bell Riley O’Neill Toby McComas Adam Walker Olli Lehtimaki Giovanni Fernandes Brian Dausman Jay Armstrong Jibran Shteiwi

SHORTEST TIME BETWEEN GOALS Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

FASTEST TWO GOALS Rk Time 1 6:58 2 7:00 3 8:44 4 9:49 5 10:52 6 12:53 7 18:02 8 20:28 9 20:47 10 21:57

Time 89:58 89:50 89:48 89:35 89:29 89:20 89:16 89:00 88:55 88:39

Date 10/10/1997 10/30/2004 9/22/1996 10/1/2000 10/1/1999 9/21/1994 10/15/1999 11/6/1997 10/15/2004 9/7/2004

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Date 9/15/1991 10/2/1991 9/19/1992 9/19/1992 9/30/1992 9/10/1995 9/20/1996 9/19/1997 10/12/1997 10/24/1997 9/26/1998 10/2/1998 10/4/1998 10/20/2000 11/17/2001 9/16/2003 10/26/2003 10/17/2004 9/27/2006 10/21/2006 10/17/2007 10/18/2008 FIU 10/28/2009 9/26/2010 10/6/2010 9/16/2011

Time n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 114:28 98:31 117:56 102:50 116:17 103:32 109:19 94:49 113:56 103:27 99:30 108:32 105:08 101:57 98:11 99:50 10/25/2008 102:40 99:26 107:14 90:51 91:56


MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS All-Time Multi-Goal Games 4 GOALS (1) Player Chris Soler

Opponent Georgetown Coll.

Date 10/17/2001

3 GOALS (8) Player David Griffiths Greg Kotzbauer Marc Theriault Jamal Shteiwi Riley O’Neill Michael Strong Matt Lodge Dylan Asher

Opponent Eastern Michigan Vanderbilt Marshall Bowling Green Florida Atlantic Georgetown Coll. IPFW FIU

Date 10/6/1991 10/18/1991 10/1/1999 10/15/2004 8/25/2006 9/6/2006 9/6/2011 10/21/12

2 GOALS (62) Player Clint Stivers Greg Kotzbauer Clint Stivers Tom Neff Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer T. Weissmueller Greg Kotzbauer Brian Dausman Greg Kotzbauer Greg Kotzbauer Pat Gerak Toby McComas Toby McComas Sean Endicott Brian Dausman Sean Endicott Brian Dausman Jamie Schuer Brian DePriest Sean Mondelli Chris Villamil Brien Baltzell Lee Baker Michael Stickler Michael Stickler Tyler Cook Brent Rainey Jason Bell Michael Stickler Chris McDaniel Lee Baker Jason Bell Logan LeCompte John Monebrake J.D. Stephenson Antti Peltonen John Monebrake John Monebrake Riley O’Neill

Opponent Ark.-Little Rock Ark.-Little Rock Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Ohio State Morehead State Transylvania Xavier Western Kentucky Lindsey Wilson Ohio State Evansville Georgetown Coll. Ohio State Valparaiso Ark.-Little Rock Western Kentucky Eastern Michigan Texas-Pan Am Belmont Indiana Bradley UNLV The Citadel Western Michigan Buffalo Miami (Ohio) Northern Illinois UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UNC-Asheville Navy Northern Illinois Northern Illinois UNC Asheville Western Michigan Northern Illinois Bowling Green Buffalo Appalachian State

Date 9/29/1991 9/29/1991 10/6/1991 10/6/1991 10/20/1991 10/26/1991 9/16/1992 9/19/1992 10/15/1992 10/30/1992 11/3/1992 10/13/1993 9/21/1994 10/19/1994 9/2/1995 9/23/1995 10/7/1995 11/3/1995 9/6/1996 9/22/1996 10/24/1996 9/6/1997 9/19/1997 9/18/1998 10/4/1998 10/9/1998 10/29/1998 11/1/1998 9/3/1999 9/3/1999 9/12/1999 9/17/1999 11/12/1999 10/1/2000 9/9/2001 9/21/2001 9/12/2001 10/5/2001 10/14/2001 10/3/2003

Jamal Shteiwi Jamal Shteiwi Travis Young Riley O’Neill Riley O’Neill Brad Frederick Riley O’Neill Riley O’Neill Jason Griffiths Aaron Swanson Tim Crone Barry Rice Taylor White Michael Strong Tim Crone Michael Strong Michael Strong Matt Lodge Tyler Riggs Tyler Riggs Charley Pettys Tyler Riggs Gabriel Conelian

Western Michigan Buffalo UAB Georgetown Coll. UNC-Asheville Mount St. Mary’s Memphis Memphis Tulsa UNC-Asheville SMU Marshall C. Arkansas C. Arkansas Cincinnati Marshall Marshall SIU-Edwardsville Michigan Brown Tulsa IPFW IPFW

9/12/2004 10/3/2004 10/23/2005 9/6/2006 9/9/2006 9/17/2006 10/28/2006 11/1/2006 11/3/2006 9/2/2007 11/3/2007 10/24/07 8/29/2008 8/29/2008 9/13/2008 10/1/2008 11/12/2008 9/13/2010 8/28/2011 9/18/2011 10/12/2011 9/25/12 9/25/12

Consecutive Games With Goals 7 GAMES (1) Player Greg Kotzbauer

First Last 10/16/1991 10/30/1991

6 GAMES (1) Todd Weissmueller

10/4/1995

5 GAMES (2) Greg Kotzbauer Brian Dausman

10/21/1992 11/3/1992 9/23/1995 10/1/1995

4 GAMES (4) Toby McComas Jamal Shteiwi Riley O’Neill Tyler Riggs

10/4/1995 9/5/2004 9/2/2006 9/22/2012

10/13/1995 9/12/2004 9/13/2006 10/3/2012

3 GAMES (9) Tim Fisk Toby McComas Chris Villamil Matt Wilkerson Billy Dwyer Lee Baker Riley O’Neill Barry Rice Matt Lodge

10/24/1993 10/12/1996 10/16/1996 10/5/1997 9/26/1998 10/15/1999 10/3/2003 10/13/2007 9/11/2011

10/31/1993 10/20/1996 10/24/1996 10/12/1997 10/2/1998 10/20/1999 10/11/2003 10/24/2007 9/18/2011

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10/24/1995


ACADEMIC HONORS COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1995-96 Sean Endicot 2001-02 Ilkka Jantti Chris McAlpine 2007-08 Chad Hagerty 2011-12 Tyler Riggs 2012-13 Tyler Riggs 2003 NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA 2001 Illka Jantti Antti Peltonen COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV 2000-01 Ilkka Jantti Chris McAlpine 2001-02 Ilkka Jantti Chris McAlpine 2003-04 Chris Austin 2004-05 Jamal Shteiwi 2006-07 Chad Hagerty 2007-08 Chad Hagerty 2008-09 Chad Hagerty 2010-11 Tyler Riggs 2011-12 Tyler Riggs 2012-13 Tyler Riggs

2004

2005

ACADEMIC ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION 1995 Todd Weissmueller ACADEMIC ALL-NORTH CENTRAL REGION 2000 Chris McAlpine

2006

ARTHUR ASHE SCHOLAR AWARD 1998-99 Jason Bell 1999-2000 Jason Bell Giovanni Fernandes 2005 Nathan Li SEC MCWHORTER FINALISTS 2000 Jason Bell 2001 Giovanni Fernandes 2002 Ilkka Jantti 2003 Chris Austin 2007 Nathan Li SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1998 Lee Baker Jason Bell Billy Dwyer John Hinds Jay Marshall Michael Stickler Chris West 1999 Lee Baker Jason Bell Tyler Cook Giovanni Fernandes Rob Frey Ilkka Jantti Lee London Chris McAlpine Brian O’Leary Michael Stickler Marc Theriault 2000 Lee Baker Jason Bell Eddie Davis Giovanni Fernandes Rob Frey Ilkka Jantti Rob Mayer Chris McAlpine Brian O’Leary Antti Peltonen Marc Theriault 2001 Greg Bironas Tyler Cook Giovanni Fernandes Ryan Grady Ilkka Jantti Rob Mayer Chris McAlpine Antti Peltonen Craig Pykett Jay Riney Chael Soler Randy Strobo Marc Theriault 2002 Chris Austin Brian Carmany

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Lucas Grayson Olli Lehtimaki Brook Pearse Craig Pykett Thomas Senecal Jamal Shteiwi Adam Walker Chris Austin Brian Carmany Lucas Grayson Brook Pearse Craig Pykett Thomas Senecal Adam Walker Jarret Christie Dan Ferriter J.R. Kenny Chris Lefferts Olli Lehtimaki Nathan Li Jamal Shteiwi Andrew Alexander Matt Baum Joey Grigsby Andy Gruenebaum Nathan Li Matt McAlpine Alex McDonald Brannan Sapp Aaron Sheffield Brett Smith Nathan Marks Andrew Alexander Matt Baum Patrick Conyea Brad Frederick Joey Grigsby Ryan Jones Nathan Li Matt McAlpine Adam Midkiff Aaron Sheffield Matt Troop Masumi Turnbull Andrew Alexander Reid Baker Brad Frederick Jason Griffiths Chad Hagerty Ryan Jones Nathan Marks Luke Maitland Adam Midkiff Jon Townsend Matt Troop Masumi Turnbull Matt Weiler Reid Baker Tyler Burns Lucas Carden Tim Crone George Davis IV Jason Griffiths Chad Hagerty Bingy Lara Masumi Turnbull Josh Albers Tyler Burns Tim Crone George Davis IV Shaun Deliberato Chad Hagerty Patrick Martineau Tim Muessig Joseph Peglow Cameron Reilly Thomas Zimmerman Josh Albers Kevin Corby Shaun Deliberato Jacob Kemper Drew Midkiff Steven Perinovic Ellis Vienne Cameron Wilder Pedro Andreoni Sam Brooks Craig Heard Jacob Kemper Josh Mulvany Steven Perinovic Tyler Riggs

2012

Cameron Wilder Marco Bordon Jacob Kemper Steven Perinovic Tyler Riggs Jack Van Arsdale Cameron Wilder

SEC FIRST YEAR ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 2005 Brad Frederick Jess Mitchell Masumi Turnbull Robert Victor Travis Young 2006 Barry Rice Matt Weiler 2007 Tyler Burns Jirijoonas Kanth Miles McDougal Cody Smith Matt Zirretta 2009 Jacob Kemper Steven Perinovic Byron Vega Cameron Wilder 2010 Sam Brooks Craig Heard Nick McGregor Tyler Riggs 2011 Jack Van Arsdale 2012 Lawson Crider Callum Irving Isak Krogstad Jason Pitts Jacob Scearce CONFERENCE USA ACADEMIC MEDALISTS (3.75 CUMULATIVE GPA OR HIGHER) 2005 Aaron Sheffield Brad Frederick Rob Victor 2006 Ryan Blackwell 2007 Lucas Carden Chad Hagerty Matt Zirretta 2008 Lucas Carden Shaun Deliberato Chad Hagerty Patrick Martineau Masumi Turnbull 2009 Chad Hagerty Tim Muessig Patrick Martineau 2011 Craig Heard Tyler Riggs Jack Van Arsdale 2012 Lawson Crider Tyler Riggs Jack Van Arsdale CONFERENCE USA COMMISIONERS ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 2005 Andrew Alexander Mathew Baum Joey Grigsby Andy Gruenebaum Nathan Li Matt McAlpine Alex McDonald Brannan Sapp Aaron Sheffield Nathan Marks Michael D’Agostino Ryan Jones Jess Mitchell Matt Troop Rob Victor Travis Young Brad Frederick 2006 Andrew Alexander Reid Baker Ryan Blackwell Matt Baum Brad Frederick Joey Grigsby Mark Halma Ryan Jones Nathan Li

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2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Matt McAlpine Adam Midkiff Aaron Sheffield Matt Troop Masumi Turnbull Matt Weiler Andrew Alexander Reid Baker Tyler Burns Lucas Carden John Dant Brad Frederick Chad Hagerty Ryan Jones Jirijoonas Kanth Luke Maitland Nathan Marks Miles McDougal Adam Midkiff Cody Smith Jon Townsend Matt Troop Masumi Turnbull Matt Weiler Matt Zirretta Reid Baker Tyler Burns Lucas Carden Tim Crone George Davis IV Shaun Deliberato Greg Goldbach Jason Griffiths Chad Hagerty Mark Lavery Patrick Martineau Tim Muessig Joseph Peglow Cameron Reilly Masumi Turnbull Thomas Zimmerman Josh Albers Tyler Burns Tim Crone George Davis IV Shaun Deliberato Chad Hagerty Jacob Kemper Patrick Martineau Joseph Peglow Steven Perinovich Cameron Reilly Byron Vega Thomas Zimmerman Josh Albers Sam Brooks Shaun Deliberato Craig Heard Jacob Kemper Nick McGregor Steven Perinovic Charles Pettys Tyler Riggs Ellis Vienne Cameron Wilder Pedro Andreoni Sam Brooks Craig Heard Jacob Kemper Steve Perinovic Tyler Riggs Jack Van Arsdale Cameron Wilder Lawson Crider Callum Irving Jacob Kemper Isak Krogstad Dylan Murphy Steven Perinovic Adam Pettys Jason Pitts Tyler Riggs Jack Van Arsdale Cameron Wilder

ACADEMIC ALL-MAC 1995 Brian Dausman Pat Gerak Todd Weissmueller Kirk Vidra Tim Fisk 1996 Sean Endicott 1997 Jason Bell Rick Dengelegi John Hinds Michael Stickler 1998 Lee Baker Jason Bell Billy Dwyer John Hinds Michael Stickler 1999 Lee Baker Jason Bell Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti Chris McAlpine Michael Stickler Marc Theriault 2000 Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti Rob Mayer Chris McAlpine Chris McDaniel Jay Riney J.D. Stephenson Marc Theriault 2001 Chris Austin Eddie Davis Ilkka Jantti Chris McAlpine Antti Peltonen Craig Pykett Jay Riney Randy Strobo Marc Theriault 2002 Chris Austin 2003 Chris Austin Olli Lehtimaki 2004 Olli Lehtimaki Jamal Shteiwi SEC GOOD WORKS TEAM 2002 Ilkka Jantti UK SOCIETY OF CHARACTER Andrew Alexander Chris Austin Lee Baker Matt Baum Jason Bell Dan Ferriter Giovanni Fernandes Ilkka Jantti J.R. Kenny Olli Lehtimaki Nathan Li Chris McAlpine Craig Pykett Brannan Sapp Jamal Shteiwi Marc Theriault CATSPY MR. WILDCAT 2007 Nathan Li CATSPY STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2005 Jarret Christie CATSPY SUPPORTING ROLE 2006 Brannan Sapp 2008 Bingy Lara CATSPY ACADEMIC TEAM OF THE YEAR 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 NSCAA TEAM ACADEMIC AWARD 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2005-06


1 • Jack Van Arsdale 6-1 • 195 • GK • R-Sr. Richmond, Va. (Mills E. Godwin/VCU)

2 • Alex Bumpus 5-9 • 150 • D • Fr. Hilliard, Ohio (Hilliard Davidson)

3 • Charlie Reymann 5-9 • 163 • D • Fr. Worthington, Ohio (Worthington Kilbourne)

4 • Steven Perinovic 5-11 • 170 • D • R-Sr. Delafield, Wis. (Kettle Moraine)

5 • Jordan Wilson 6-3 • 173 • D • Fr. Auchterarder, Scotland (Dollar/Bearsden)

6 • Kaelon Fox 6-2 • 153 • D/MF • Fr. Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier)

7 • Napo Matsoso 5-6 • 138 • MF • Fr. Louisville, Ky. (St. Francis)

8 • Paul Sime 5-9 • 135 • MF • Fr. Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe (IMG Academy)

9 • Tyler Riggs 5-9 • 155 • F • Sr. Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier)

10 • Justin Laird 6-0 • 161 • F • Jr. Milwaukee, Wis. (Hartford Union/Wright State)

11 • Sam Miller 5-7 • 135 • F • Fr. Nicholasville, Ky. (East Jessamine)

12 • Stuart Ford 5-10 • 166 • GK • Fr. Shaker Heights, Ohio (St. Edward)

14 • Bryan Celis 5-8 • 159 • MF • So. Houston, Texas (Mayde Creek)

16 •Jaytoe Teh 6-0 • 170 • D/F • Jr. Springfield, Mass. (Roger L. Putnam/Cincinnati State)

17 • Isak Krogstad 5-10 • 165 • MF/F • So. Tromsoe, Norway (Norwegian College of Elite Sport)

19 • Jason Pitts 5-8 • 170 • D • R-Fr. Crestwood, Ky. (South Oldham)

20 • Cameron Mohseni 5-9 • 135 • D/MF • Fr. Littleton, Colo. (Chatfield)

21 • Ryan Creel 5-9 • 160 • MF • Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. (Christian Academy of Knoxville)

22 • Callum Irving 6-0 • 165 • GK • So. Vancouver, British Columbia (Churchill/Burnaby Central)

23 • Jacob Scearce 5-11 • 160 • F/MF • So. Louisville, Ky. (Ballard)

24 • Brad Doliner 5-10 • 180 • D • R-Sr. Cape Elizabeth, Maine (IMG Soccer Academy)

25 • Michael Vieth 6-1 • 155 • MF • Fr. Evansville, Ind. (Reitz Memorial)

26 • Kristoffer Tollefsen 6-0 • 165 • MF • So. Sandefjord, Norway (Sandefjord Videregående)

27 • Matt Quick 5-11 • 165 • MF • Fr. Arlington Heights, Ill. (John Hersey)

Head Coach Johan Cedergren (Cincinnati, 2001)

Assistant Coach David Casper

Assistant Coach Erik Imler

Graduate Assistant Director of Operations Marco dos Santos

28 • Ben Perkins 6-4 • 166 • MF/F • Fr. Hong Kong, China (Brighton/Hong Kong Int.)


KENTUCKY SOCCER SCHEDULE AUGUST

OCTOBER

20

Tue vs Dayton #

LEXINGTON

T, 0-0

04

Fri

at ODU *

Norfolk, Va.

7:30 pm

25

Sun at NKU #

Highland Heights, Ky.

T, 1-1

08

Tue vs Evansville

LEXINGTON

7:00 pm

13

Sun vs South Carolina * LEXINGTON

1:00 pm

16

Wed vs Valparaiso

LEXINGTON

7:00 pm

W, 1-0

19

Sat

Charlotte, N.C.

7:00 pm

7:00 pm

23

Wed vs Tulsa *

LEXINGTON

7:00 pm

Noon

26

Sat

LEXINGTON

7:00 pm

30

Wed at Marshall *

Hunington, W.Va.

7:00 pm

SEPTEMBER 01

Sun vs Georgia St.

LEXINGTON

05

Thu at ETSU

Johnson City, Tenn.

08

Sun vs IPFW

LEXINGTON

14

Fri

at Xavier

Cincinnati, Ohio

7:00 pm

20

Fri

vs Dartmouth

Columbia, S.C.

4:30 pm

22

Sun vs USF

Columbia, S.C.

Noon

29

Sun vs UAB *

LEXINGTON

1:00 pm

at Charlotte *

vs FIU *

NOVEMEBER 03

Sun vs FAU *

LEXINGTON

Noon

5

Tue vs Wright St.

LEXINGTON

TBD

09

Sat

Albuquerque, N.M.

at New Mexico *

all home matches in BOLD CAPS and played at the UK Soccer Complex # denotes preseason • * denotes C-USA match • all times EST and subject to change

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Stats, history, bios and ore for the 2013 University of Kentucky Men's Soccer team.

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