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2010 Roster o. N 0 00 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 27 28 29

Name Christopher Maierle Connor Askins Ehsan Tabrizi *Charlie Ober *Asley Barrios *Guillermo Cisneros *Michael Ntori Gideon Gyasi *Evan Spann Neil Lavanchy *Bruno Bonicontro Kyle Garvan *James Costello Adilson Lima Chris Reuter *Bruno Almeida *Francis Adu-Gyamfi *Matheus Candido *Ryan McLeod Mohammed Saeed *Nate Oliveira Ross Marchand Eric DeSantis *Stephen Potcner Beau Theriault

Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Fr. GK 6-0 167 Fr. GK 6-0 185 Fr. F 6-1 180 So. B 5-7 165 Jr. B 5-11 180 Sr. M 5-7 170 So. B 6-3 195 Fr. F 5-7 145 So. B 6-1 175 Fr. B 5-11 175 So. M 5-9 145 Fr. M 6-0 178 So. B 5-10 150 Fr. F 5-3 150 Fr. M 5-11 150 Jr. F 5-10 157 So. M 5-9 150 Jr. M 5-8 145 So. M 5-10 150 Jr. F 5-11 150 Fr. M 5-8 160 Fr. B 5-9 155 Fr. M 5-8 135 Sr. F 6-3 185 So. B 6-0 185

Hometown/High School Wantagh, N.Y./Friends Academy Boston, Mass./Catholic Memorial Tewksbury, Mass./Tewksbury Atkinson, N.H./Brooks School (Northeastern) Carazo, Nicaragua/Revere H.S. Methuen, Mass./Methuen Worcester, Mass./Worcester North Lowell, Mass./Lowell Acton, Mass/Acton-Boxborough Scituate, Mass./Cushing Academy Marlboro, Mass./Marlboro Braintree, Mass./Braintree West Newbury, Mass./Pentucket Regional Leominster, Mass./Leominster Framingham, Mass./Framingham Sao Paulo, Brazil/Chelsea H.S. Worcester, Mass./Worcester North Lowell, Mass./Lowell Haverhill, Mass./Haverhill Woburn, Mass./Woburn (Bunker Hill CC) New Bedford, Mass./New Bedford North Andover, Mass./North Andover Woburn, Mass./Woburn Wilmington, Mass./Wilmington Salem, Mass./Salem

Head Coach: Bryan Scales (Hartwick, 1991), Second Year Assistant Coaches: Christian Figueroa (UMass Lowell ’06), Karl Spratt (University of Sunderland ‘05) Captains: Matheus Candido, Guillermo Cisneros

*Veterans (13)

UMass Lowell Quick Facts Location:................................................................................................................Lowell, MA Enrollment:.................................................................................................................... 6,000 Founded:.................... 1975 (Merger of Lowell State College and Lowell Technical Institute) President:................................................................................................ Dr. Jack M. Wilson Chancellor:..................................................................................................Martin T. Meehan Colors:......................................................................................... Red, White and Royal Blue Nickname:.......................................................................................................... River Hawks Field:.................................................................................................... Cushing Field (Grass) Capacity:....................................................................................................................... 1,000 Affiliations:........................................................ NCAA Division II • Northeast-10 Conference Director of Athletics:..................................................................................... Dana K. Skinner Head Athletic Trainer:......................................................................Artie Poitras, M. Ed, ATC Associate Athletic Trainer/Men's Soccer:......................................... Wally Trisdale, BS, ATC Head Coach:............................................................ Bryan Scales • bryan_scales@uml.edu Overall Record:.....................................................................................65-112-16 (12 years) Assistant Coaches: . ..............................................................Christian Figueroa, Karl Spratt Men's Soccer Office Phone • Fax: . ...................................(978) 934-2317 • (978) 934-2035 Director of Athletic Media Relations:......... Chris O'Donnell • christopher_odonnell@uml.edu Assistant Directors:......................... Elizabeth Paige Fierman • elizabeth_fierman@uml.edu ................................................................................. Sean Hladick • sean_hladick@uml.edu Athletic Media Relations Phone.....................................................................(978) 934-2306 Athletic Media Relations Fax:.........................................................................(978) 934-2313


2010 Outlook: 'We'll Be Better For It' Throw any excuse midfield and a formidable out there: graduation, backline. injuries, coaching change, Senior Stephen Potca new system, late, bad ner, who has steadily goals. climbed UMass Lowell’s There was all of that, all-time scoring list, was but it didn’t matter. At the the leading scorer with six end of the day, the UMass goals and one assist last Lowell men’s soccer team year despite missing the limped to an uncharacterfinal three matches due to istic 4-12-0 record. an injury. Head Coach Bryan Potcner, tied for ninth Scales, along with the 14 all-time with 19 goals and returning members of the eight assists (46 points), team, intend to prove the will be expected to again 2009 season was a fluke. be a primary scorer and “It was a transiwill likely be paired up tion year. Out of the 14 front with a newcomer. players who played in the There are plenty to choose Senior forward Stephen Potcner from in junior MohamNCAA tournament quarterfinal (in 2008), only seven med Saeed and freshmen returned,” said Scales, Gideon Gyasi, Adilson entering his second season. “Couple that Lima and Ehsan Tabrizi. with a new coach joining the program in Saeed could have an immediate impact late April, and it was always going to be a following two seasons at Bunker Hill Comdifficult challenge. munity College, where he was a two-time “I think we have more depth now,” NJCAA First Team All-American and AllScales added. “I think we are more athletic. Region standout. We’re certainly young, but we also have Lima comes to Lowell following a some strong, experienced leaders.” four-year career at Leominster H.S. where UMass Lowell opens the season he was a two-time Mid-Wachusett League Thursday at Dowling College (3:00) and all-star and all-state standout as a senior next Tuesday at Dominican (3:30), both while Tabrizi was an All-Merrimack Valley traditional regional heavyweights. The River Conference player at Tewksbury H.S. Hawks open at home Saturday, Sept. 11 “Stephen returns to lead the forward against the University of Bridgeport (1:00) line,” Scales said. “Along with Mohammed and start Northeast-10 Conference play and Gideon and Ehsan, there will be some Sept. 14 at home against preseason No. 2 good competition for spots.” Franklin Pierce (7:00). Behind junior Matheus Candido and No doubt the River Hawks will miss senior Guillermo Cisneros, the River goalkeeper Ryan Richards, certainly one Hawks have plenty of experience in the midof the best in program history, as well as field. Underscoring the plague of injuries last defenders Rudy Kocandrle, Mike Galvin year, Candido was one of only three River and Corey Samuelson. Hawks to play in all 16 matches last year, The graduation of Jhony Valencia over which he set up two goals. leaves a significant hole in the midfield while Cisneros, who redshirted the 2008 seathe speed of forward Jeffery Danso, who son due to an injury, is in his fifth year with registered five goals and three assists last the program. year, will also be missed. Expected to resume from last year is However, the River Hawks return with sophomore Ryan McLeod, who peaked plenty of firepower up front, creativity in the at the end of the season on the left side.


2010 Outlook: 'We'll Be Better For It' McLeod may also see defenders in the NE-10 action up front. Adwhen he helped lead the ditionally, Scales has 2007 team to the NCAA sophomore Francis Tournament second Adu-Gyamfi, who made round. 12 starts before an injury Scales can also curtailed his season; tab sophomore James and sophomore Bruno Costello, who started Bonicontro, the sole five of his first seven newcomer to play in all matches before suc16 matches last year. cumbing to injury. Junior Bruno Redshirt sophomore Almeida, who appeared Neil Lavanchy leads in four matches, and three newcomers in the sophomore Nate Oliveidefense and is expected ra, limited to one appearto play right away. Prior ance, are expected to to sitting out the 2009 see more minutes. season, Lavanchy was a New to the team are two-time All-New England Junior Matheus Candido freshman Kyle Garvan, standout at Cushing AcadChris Reuter and Eric Deemy. Santis, who each enjoyed plenty of plaudits Freshman Ross Marchand and in high school. sophomore Beau Theriault are tal A four-year player at Braintree H.S., ented players who will battle for minutes. Garvan was a Bay State League all-star and Marchand was a four-year starter and also a member of the FC Blazers club team three-time Cape Ann League all-star at which captured the 2009 state cup champitraditional power North Andover H.S. onship. Theriault enjoyed a standout career Reuter was an all-state player at Framingat Salem H.S. ham H.S. as well as a standout in the FC In goal, the graduation of Richards Stars club system while DeSantis was a leaves a significant void. UMass Lowell three-year starter at Woburn H.S., where he will rely on a pair of freshmen in Chris earned Middlesex League all-star honors Maierle and Connor Askins, both of twice. whom have impressed in the preseason. “Our midfield is competitive, and every Maierle was a two-time all-conone of them is good on the ball,” Scales ference standout at Friends Academy noted. “Matheus, G and Bruno have all done which he backstopped to Long Island well in the preseason. With Francis getting and Nassau County championships. He back up to speed after an injury, there will be also enjoyed a plaudit-filled career in the some competition there also.” Hicksville Strikers club system. Defensively, UMass Lowell’s backline Askins was a four-year starter and has the potential to be special. Junior Asley all-state/conference standout at Catholic Barrios, limited to 12 matches a year ago Memorial H.S. which he led to the state because of an injury, and sophomore Chartitle as a senior. lie Ober return as does sophomore Michael “Defense is our biggest concern, Ntori, who, at 6-foot-3, brings a formidable but we have a bunch of players who can presence. play in the back,” Scales noted. “It’s just Sophomore Evan Spann returns to the a question of time before how quickly we back following a two-year absence and could can get settled.” play right away. Spann started all 19 matches and emerged as one of the top freshmen


The Coaching Staff Bryan Scales, Head Coach A native of Medway, MA, Bryan Scales enters his second year as head coach of the UMass Lowell men's soccer program following 11 years as the head coach at Cornell University (1998-2008). Scales' stay at Cornell was preceded by four years as an assistant with the Big Red (1994-98); two years as an assistant at Harvard (1992-94) and one season as an assistant at Plattsburgh State (1991-92) after a stellar career at Hartwick College. Scales is also a scout for the U.S. Men's National Team in the U.S. Developmental Academy and serves as an assistant coach with the U-15 boys national team. In the May of 2009, Scales helped lead the U-15 boys to a 10-day tour of Moenchengladbach, Germany. Additionally, Scales serves as the head coach of the New England Revolution U-16 squad, which he, alongside assistant coach Karl Spratt, led to the 2010 U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) Northeast Region Championship and an appearance in the USSDA national tournament in only its third year. For his efforts, Scales was named the 2010 U.S. Soccer Eastern Conference Coach of the Year. Scales enjoyed a plethora of honors during his years at Cornell. In 2001, He was named the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) New York Region Division I Coach of the Year and was a finalist for national coach of the year honors after leading the Big Red to a 9-4-3 season. That year, he led Cornell to the No. 22 ranking in the NSCAA Division I poll. Scales was also instrumental in guiding five players to All-Ivy League First Team status as well as NSCAA All-New York Region honors. Additionally, six players from his tenure enjoyed professional careers in Major League Soccer, USL First Division and Norwegian First Division. Among them is Scott Palguta, currently a center back for the Colorado Rapids. Scales' players excelled academically as well, as 10 were named to Cornell's 400 Club, which honors athletes with 4.0 grade point averages or higher. His 2007 squad vaunted a 3.3 grade point average and received the NSCAA Team Academic Award. After assistant coaching stints at Plattsburgh and Harvard, Scales became an assistant to then-coach Dave Sarachan, now the associate head coach of the L.A. Galaxy, in 1994 and helped Cornell from a 2-10-3 record in 1994 to a 15-2-1 clip, the Ivy League Championship and an NCAA Tournament bid in 1995. Scales was tabbed the head coach at Cornell after Sarachan joined MLS Champion D.C. United after the 1997 season. A 1991 graduate of Hartwick, Scales was a two-year starter in the midfield and defense and helped the Hawks to the 1987 and 1989 NCAA tournaments. Hartwick routinely ranked on top of the New York Region and spent much of the season ranked in the top 10 nationally. A four-year letter winner, Scales received his bachelor's degree in political science. During summers throughout college, Scales was a regular in the renown LASA League as well as the Cape Cod Amateur Soccer League. Previously, he was a standout at Newton North H.S., from where he graduated in 1986. Scales and his wife, Mindy, have three children: Aiden (10), Ciara (8) and Jack (6) and live in Nashua, N.H.


The Coaching Staff Christian Figueroa Christian Figueroa enters his fourth season on the UMass Lowell staff following an honor-filled career from 2003-06. One of the programs best-ever midfielders, he helped the River Hawks to a 47-17-14 record (.603), two NCAA Tournaments – including the quarterfinal round in 2003 – and two Northeast-10 Conference Tournament championships. Along the way, Figueroa was the 2003 NE-10 Freshman of the Year and went on to earn all-conference honors and NSCAA All-Northeast Region status three times, culminating with first team honors in 2005 and 2006. A two-year captain, Figueroa was one of 25 Division I, II and III players invited to tryout for the New England Revolution in February of 2007. He currently ranks 17th on UML's all-time scoring list with 12 goals and 14 assists (38 points). Outside of UMass Lowell's season, Figueroa is an active coach in the club circuit. Alongside former UMass Lowell assistant Marc Connolly, Figueroa helped lead the FC Stars U-18 boys team to the Massachusetts State Cup U-17 championship in 2009 and 2010, which included a trip to the Region 1 (Northeast) championship game. A graduate of North Andover H.S., Figueroa was a Cape Ann League allstar as well as an MIAA All-State and All-Eastern Mass standout. A three-year starter, he led the Scarlet Knights to the Cape Ann League championship in 2000 and 2002 and the MIAA Division II North final in 2001. A native of North Andover, MA, Figueroa lives in Lowell, MA.

Karl Spratt A product of the Manchester United Youth Academy, Karl Spratt enters his first year on the coaching staff and will oversee UMass Lowell’s goalkeepers. Spratt is also in his in his first year as the goalkeepers coach of the New England Revolution Youth Development Program, where he works alongside UMass Lowell Head Coach Bryan Scales. The two recently helped the Revs’ U-16 Team to its 2010 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Northeast Division title and an appearance at the USSDA national tournament in only its third year. Spratt is the third coach within the Revolution system to join UMass Lowell. Former standout Adin Brown served as an assistant in 2004 while T.J. Tomasso was on staff from 2005-06. Spratt currently holds his Football Association (FA) Level 1 and 2 coaching and Goalkeeping licenses as well as the NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma; He is also a certified instructor of fitness management, strength, conditioning, speed and resistance. Prior to coming to UMass Lowell, Spratt was an assistant goalkeeping coach in both the Sunderland FC and Darlington FC youth systems. He also served as goalkeepers coach at the University of Sunderland and University of Northumbria. As a player, Spratt was a member of the Manchester United Youth Academy from age 12 to 18. He was also a goalkeeper in the England Schools Development U-18 Squad as well as British University team from 2003-05. UMass Lowell opens preseason training on Aug. 18. The River Hawks open the season on Thursday, Sept. 2 at Dowling College, and open at home Saturday, Sept. 11 against the University of Bridgeport. A native of County Durham, England, Spratt is a graduate of the University of Sunderland, where he was a captain from 2003-05 and earned a degree in sport and exercise development. He lives in Providence, RI.


2010 Player Profiles

FRANCIS ADUGYAMFI So. • M • 5-9/150 Worcester, Mass.

BRUNO ALMEIDA

17

CONNOR ASKINS

00

ASLEY BARRIOS

4

18

Jr. • M • 5-10/157 Sao Paulo, Brazil

Fr. • GK • 6-0/185 Boston, Mass.

Jr. • D • 5-10/180 Carazo, Nicaragua

BRUNO BONICONTRO So. • M • 5-9/145 Marlboro, Mass.

MATHEUS CANDIDO

GUILLERMO CISNEROS Sr. • M • 5-7/170 Methuen, Mass.

So. • M • 5-10/155 West Newbury, Mass.

11

ERIC DE SANTIS

27

Fr. • M • 5-8/135 Woburn, Mass.

19

Jr. • M • 5-8/145 Lowell, Mass.

KYLE GARVAN

13

Fr. • M • 6-0/180 Braintree, Mass.

ADILSON LIMA

15

Fr. • F • 5-3/150 Leominster, Mass.

5

GIDEON GYASI

7

Fr. • F • 5-7/145 Lowell, Mass.

CHRIS MAIERLE

0

Fr. • GK • 6-0/167 Wantagh N.Y.

JAMES COSTELLO

14

NEIL LAVANCHY

9

Fr. • D • 5-11/175 Scituate, Mass.


2010 Player Profiles

ROSS MARCHAND

RYAN MC LEOD

Fr. • D • 5-9/155 North Andover, Mass.

23

So. • M • 5-11/150 Sao Paulo, Brazil

NATE OLIVEIRA

STEPHEN POTCNER

22

So. • M • 5-8/160 New Bedford, Mass.

20

28

Sr. • F • 6-4/190 Wilmington, Mass.

EVAN SPANN

8

So. • D • 6-1/175 Acton, Mass.

BRYAN SCALES

Head Coach • 2nd Year

Hartwick, 1991

MICHAEL NTORI

CHARLIE OBER

So. • D • 6-3/195 Worcester, Mass.

6

So. • D • 5-7/165 Atkinson, N.H.

CHRIS REUTER

MOHAMMED SAEED

16

Fr. • M • 5-11/150 Framingham, Mass.

3

21

Jr. • F • 5-11/150 Woburn, Mass.

EHSAN TABRIZI

2

Fr. • F • 6-1/180 Tewksbury, Mass.

CHRISTIAN FIGUEROA

Assistant • 4th year UMass Lowell, 2007

KARL SPRATT

Assistant • 1st year Sunderland, 2005


2009 Statistics • Results o. Player N 28 Stephen Potcner 22 Jeffery Danso 20 Ryan McLeod 15 Jhony Valencia 11 Bruno Bonicontro 4 Corey Samuelson 2 Rudy Kocandrle 16 Michael Galvin 19 Matheus Candido 5 Guillermo Cisneros 18 Francis Adu-Gyamfi 17 Benny Tavana 26 Steve Fitzpatrick 21 Asley Barrios 6 Michael Ntori 14 James Costello 12 Peter Rosoff 8 Bruno Almeida 29 Nate Oliveira 27 Vinicius Linces 23 John O'Brien 7 Michael Clem 3 Charlie Ober UML Totals Opponents

GP-GS 13-11 16-10 9-4 16-15 16-14 14-13 14-10 15-9 16-15 15-12 12-7 10-2 14-6 10-5 8-4 7-5 1-0 4-0 1-0 5-1 7-6 5-4 8-7 16 16

Goalkeepers 1 Ryan Richards 24 Matt Lavery UML Totals Opponents

G/GS 15-14 3-1 16 16

O V E R A L L G-A-P 6-1-13 5-3-13 2-0-4 0-6-6 0-4-4 1-0-2 1-0-2 1-0-2 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 16-17-49 31-25-87 Min. 1309:16 163:50 1473:06 1473:06

PPG 1.00 0.81 0.44 0.38 0.25 0.14 0.14 0.13 0.13 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.06 5.44

GA 25 6 31 16

SVS 58 9 67 79

N O R T H E A S T - 1 0 GP-GS G-A-P PPG 11-9 5-0-10 0.91 13-7 4-2-10 0.77 8-3 2-0-4 0.50 13-12 0-4-4 0.31 13-11 0-3-3 0.23 13-12 1-0-2 0.15 12-8 0-0-0 0.00 12-8 0-0-0 0.00 13-13 0-2-2 0.15 12-11 0-1-1 0.77 9-5 0-0-0 0.00 9-1 0-0-0 0.00 8-5 0-0-0 0.00 11-8 0-0-0 0.00 5-2 0-0-0 0.00 5-3 0-0-0 0.00 1-0 0-0-0 0.00 3-0 0-0-0 0.00 1-0 0-0-0 0.00 4-1 0-0-0 0.00 6-5 0-0-0 0.00 2-2 0-0-0 0.00 7-6 0-0-0 0.00 13 12-12-36 2.77 13 25-19-69 5.31 GAA 1.72 3.30 1.89 0.98

SV% .699 .600 .684 .832

ShO 2 0 2 6

W-L-T 4-10-0 0-2-0 4-12-0 12-4-0

2009 Results (4-12-0, 3-10-0 NE-10) Date 9/02 9/09 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/23 9/26 9/29 10/03 10/06 10/10 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/28

Overall Score Record UML 3, DOWLING 2 1-0-0 DOMINICAN 1, UML 0 1-1-0 *UML 2, NEW HAVEN 0 2-1-0 *Franklin Pierce 3, UML 0 2-2-0 *UML 2, ASSUMPTION 1 3-2-0 *SOUTHERN N.H. 2. UML 0 3-3-0 *American Int'l 3, UML 2 3-4-0 *Stonehill 2, UML 1 3-5-0 *Saint Anselm 2, UML 1 3-6-0 *Bentley 5, UML 0 3-7-0 *Le Moyne 2, UML 1 3-8-0 *ST. MICHAEL'S 2, UML 1 (2OT) 3-9-0 *Southern Connecticut 1, UML 0 3-10-0 POST 3, UML 1 3-11-0 *UML 2, SAINT ROSE 0 4-11-0 *Merrimack 2, UML 0 4-12-0

*Northeast-10 Conference match; Home matches in CAPS

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

Scoring Potcner, Kocandrle, Danso -Potcner 2 -Danso, Potcner -Samuelson, Danso Potcner Danso -Potcner Danso -Galvin McLeod 2 --


The Record Book Scoring Most Goals, Career • Season • Game Most Assists, Career • Season • Game Most Points, Career • Season Most Games, Career Goalkeeping Most Minutes, Season Fewest Goals Allowed, Career • Season Most Saves, Season Goals Against Average, • Career • Season Most Shutouts, Career • Season Team Most Games Played Most Games Won Fewest Games Lost Most Games Tied Most Goals Scored, Game • Season Fewest Goals Allowed, Season Shutouts in a Season

39 18 5 28 13 4 94 44 78

Jason Paige, 2001-04 Jason Paige, 2003 Joe Lee v. Stonehill, 1982 Matias Pietropinto, 2005-08 Matias Pietropinto, 2007 Jhony Valencia vs. Stonehill (10/20/07) Jason Paige, 2001-04 Jason Paige (18-8-44), 2003 Jason Paige, 2001-04 Kyle Burson, 2001-04

1,818 51 14 155

Bobby Ritter, 2004 Bobby Ritter, 2002-05 Bobby Ritter, 2004 Paul Pelletier, 1991

0.81 0.69 26 9

Bobby Ritter, 2002-05 Bobby Ritter, 2004 Bobby Ritter, 2002-05 Bobby Ritter, 2004 Ryan Richards, 2006

22 15 3 6 11 68 14 10

Career Scoring Leaders G-A-P 1. Jason Paige ('01-04) 39-16-94 2. Michael Cabral ('00-03) 26-27-79 3. Andrew Doherty (‘03-07) 30-10-70 4. Mike Paige ('98-01) 29-7-65 5. Matias Pietropinto (‘05-08) 17-28-62 Mike Cancado ('94-97) 26-10-62 7. Joe Lee ('80-83) 23-8-54 8. Paul Horton ('79-82) 21-11-53 9. Brandon Curran ('99-02) 17-12-46 Stephen Potcner (2007-pres.) 19-8-46 10. Edens Chery (‘04-07) 12-21-45 Dave Foley ('89-92) 14-17-45 John Pion ('88-91) 20-5-45 13. Matt Dubois (‘07-08) 21-2-44 14. Jonathan Curran ('01-04) 15-10-40 15. Franz Lore ('80, '82-83) 16-7-39

2003 2003, 2004 2004 2006 v. Worcester State, 1975 v. Assumption, 2003 2003 2004 2004

Career Goal Leaders

Goals

1. Jason Paige ('01-04)

39

2. Andrew Doherty (’03-07)

30

3. Mike Paige ('98-01)

29

4. Michael Cabral ('00-03)

26

26

Mike Cancado ('94-97)

Career Assist Leaders

Assists

1. Matias Pietropinto (’05-08)

28

2. Michael Cabral ('00-03)

27

3. Jhony Valencia ('06-09)

23

4. Michael Cafeteiro (’03-07)

21

21

Edens Chery (’04-07)



2010 UMass Lowell Men's Soccer Media Guide