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2010 MEN’S SOCCER GUIDE MATT STRINE

MICHAEL BONILLA

PEYTON FORD


2010 UNCG men’s Soccer Table of Contents Table of contents, quick facts, roster, schedule............................2 Coaching staff.........................................................................3-5 Player profiles....................................................................... 6-20 2009 review..............................................................................21 2009 SoCon review...................................................................22 The Southern Conference..........................................................23 UNCG record book...............................................................24-27 All-time honors................................................................... 28-29 All-time results................................................................... 30-37 Series records...........................................................................38 All-time roster...........................................................................39 UNCG Soccer Stadium.........................................................40-41 This is UNCG....................................................................... 42-45 UNCG administration...........................................................46-47 UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame................................................48-51 Spartan Club...................................................................... 52-53 Spartan success.......................................................................54 Directions to campus ...............................................................55 2010 Schedule ........................................................................56

Quick Facts UNIVERSITY FACTS Location.............................................................Greensboro, N.C. Founded...............................................................................1891 Enrollment......................................... 17,467 (13,453 undergrad) Nickname.......................................................................Spartans Colors..............................................................Gold, White & Navy Stadium........................................ UNCG Soccer Stadium (3,540) Affiliation...............................................................NCAA Division I Conference..................................................................... Southern Chancellor......................................................... Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics.................................................... Kim Record Alma mater............................................................. Virginia, 1984 Athletics Department phone.................................. 336-334-5952 Ticket Office phone............................................... 336-334-3250 SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE Sports Information Director (men’s soccer SID).... Mike Hirschman Email...........................................................mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell phone........................................................... 336-202-5331 Asst. SID.........................................................................Phil Perry Email..............................................................pdperry@uncg.edu Cell phone........................................................... 336-207-2383 Asst. SID................................................................. David Percival Email.............................................................drperciv@uncg.edu Cell phone............................................................336-420-7518 Sports Information phone..................................... 336-334-5615 Sports Information fax...........................................336-334-3182 Press box phone.................................................... 336-334-5625 SID Office address.................................................UNCG Athletics ..............................................................................PO Box 26168 ....................................................... Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website....................................................www.uncgspartans.com UNCG men’s Soccer INFORMATION Interim Head coach..................................................Justin Maullin Alma mater........................................William Carey College, 1997 Email...............................................................j_maulli@uncg.edu Record at UNCG...............................................................first year Career record...................................................................first year Assistant coach....................................................... Scott Brittsan Assistant coach..........................................................Jay Benfield Assistant coach....................................................... Marc Nicholls 2009 overall record........................................................... 6-10-3 2009 SoCon record............................................................. 3-3-1 Returning/lost......................................................................9/14 Starters returning/lost............................................................4/7 Newcomers...............................................................................16

Roster No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Player Davis Griffin Robbie Copeland Aaron Reifschneider Kris Byrd Mahdi Ali Eli Garner Jonathan Leonard Matt Betts Duke Garner Michael Bonilla Oddur Gudmundsson Matt Foxx Will Mack Fannar Arnarsson Brian Graham Ross Burki Hakan Ilhan Adam Shore Cruz Oronos Chris Denuna Eric Carrion Trey Johnson Pete Kurowski C.J. Shook Peyton Ford Austin Tucker Matt Strine Preston Ford

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

Cl. Hometown/previous school Fr. Raleigh, N.C. (Leesville Road) R-Jr. Clarksville, Md. (River Hill) Fr. Frisco, Texas (Wakeland) R-Jr. Huntersville, N.C. (NC State) Fr. Helsinki, Finland (Vuosaaren Lukio) So. Hillsborough, N.C. (North Carolina / Cedar Ridge) R-So. Greensboro, N.C. (Grimsley) Sr. Apex, N.C. (Apex) Fr. Hillsborough, N.C. (Cedar Ridge) R-Sr. Lawrenceville, Ga. (Collins Hill) Fr. Reykjavik, Iceland (Breidholti) Jr. Mooresville, N.C. (Lake Norman) Jr. Mooresville, N.C. (Mooresville) Fr. Reykjavik, Iceland (Breidholti) Fr. Bowie, Md. (Bowie) Jr. Austin, Texas (Gardner-Webb/Lake Travis) So. Stuttgart, Germany (University of Stuttgart) R-Fr. Summerfield, N.C. (American Hebrew Academy) Jr. Converse, Texas (Central Catholic) R-Sr. Metairie, La. (St. Martin’s Episcopal) Fr. Duluth, Ga. (Northview) Fr. Wendell, N.C. (East Wake) Fr. Lawrenceville, Ga. (Collins Hill) Jr. Taylorsville, N.C. (Alexander Central) R-So. Jamestown, N.C. (Southwest Guilford) Fr. Clayton, N.C. (West Johnston) R-Sr. Spring, Texas (Klein Oak) Fr. Jamestown, N.C. (High Point Christian)

Interim Head Coach: Justin Maullin Assistant Coaches: Scott Brittsan, Jay Benfield, Marc Nicholls

Schedule Date Opponent Time Aug. 21................... at Duke (exh.) ...............................................................................................7 p.m. Aug. 28 ................. NORTH CAROLINA (exh.) ..............................................................................7 p.m. Sept. 1................... CHARLOTTE...................................................................................................7 p.m. Sept. 4 .................. at Creighton.................................................................................................8 p.m. Sept. 10................. vs. Jacksonville (at Elon Tourn.)......................................................................5 p.m. Sept. 12................. vs. Richmond (at Elon Tourn.) . ....................................................................12 p.m. Sept. 15................. WILLIAM & MARY..........................................................................................7 p.m. Sept. 18................. NAVY.............................................................................................................7 p.m. Sept. 22................. CAMPBELL....................................................................................................7 p.m. Sept. 25................. WAKE FOREST (HOMECOMING).....................................................................7 p.m. Sept. 28................. at High Point.................................................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 2..................... ELON *.........................................................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 10................... at Georgia Southern *...................................................................................2 p.m. Oct. 13................... COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *.........................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 16................... at Davidson *................................................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 19................... WOFFORD *..................................................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 22................... at Gardner-Webb..........................................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 26................... APPALACHIAN STATE *..................................................................................7 p.m. Oct. 30.................. at Furman *..................................................................................................7 p.m. Nov. 2..................... at Longwood.................................................................................................7 p.m. Nov. 6..................... Southern Conf. Tourn. - quarterfinals (campus sites)..........................................TBA Nov. 12-14............. Southern Conf. Tourn. - semifinals/final ((Mt. Pleasant, S.C.).............................TBA *- Southern Conference matches

All times Eastern

Credits The 2010 University of North Carolina at Greensboro men’s soccer media guide was written by Mike Hirschman, sports information director. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS4. Editorial assistance provided by Assistant Sports Information Directors David Percival and Phil Perry. Photography by WG Sports, John Bell, Chris English, Jerry Wolford, Sideline Sports and others.


Justin Maullin

Interim Head coach fifth season at UNCG first season as a head coach William Carey, 1997

Justin Maullin is in his first season as interim head coach after spending five seasons as an assistant coach at UNCG. He takes over for Michael Parker, who retired in January as the winningest coach in Division I. Maullin was named to the position on January 8, two days after Parker’s retirement. During Maullin’s tenure as an assistant coach at UNCG, the Spartans went to the NCAA tournament’s round of 16 three consecutive years (2006, 2007, 2008). UNCG compiled a record of 59-43-10 during those five years. Maullin is a native of Johannesburg, South Africa. Prior to coming to UNCG, Maullin spent six seasons at Central Florida as an assistant to Golden Knights’ head coach Bob Winch. At Central Florida, he served as the program’s recruiting coordinator and also coordinated team travel and future scheduling. Maullin attended William Carey College in Gulfport, MS. He graduated from William Carey in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in management and marketing. During his time with the Crusaders, he served as a team captain and earned NAIA Academic All-America honors. He was also the university’s Student Body President in his junior and senior years. Maullin later earned a master’s degree from UCF in business administration in December 2001. After his graduation from William Carey College, he stayed on with the Crusaders as an assistant men’s soccer coach for two seasons, helping to guide the Crusaders to back-to-back NAIA national semifinal appearances. In April 2007, Maullin was inducted into William Carey’s Wall of Fame for his post-graduation successes. Maullin also played junior professional soccer as an apprentice in South Africa and was a part of three national championships. In the United States, Maullin played for the New Orleans Gamblers of the A-League in 1993, the semi-pro Cocoa Express from 1995-97, the Mississippi Beach Kings of the indoor pro league from 1997-98 and with the Orlando Kraze of the Premier Development League from 1999-2001. During Maullin’s tenure at UCF, the Golden Knights won 10 or more matches in five out of six seasons, advancing to the NCAA College Cup each of his last three seasons. “Justin Maullin has been instrumental in the success of several college soccer programs. He is a tireless worker and takes great pride in all his work. Just is an outstanding hire for UNCG as the student-athletes will benefit from his leadership.” - Bob Winch, former head coach at UCF, now the head women’s coach at The Citadel. “I think Justin is one the outstanding young coaches in the country. UNCG is very fortunate that he has been loyal to Coach Parker and stayed there at UNCG, and now the university has a chance to hire him. He is a definite commodity. I think very highly of Justin and think he will do a great job.” - Mike Noonan, head coach at Clemson “I think Justin is the perfect choice for the position. He has worked long and hard for this opportunity.” - Michael Parker, retired head coach at UNCG

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Scott Brittsan Assistant coach 13th season at UNCG UNCG, 1994

Scott Brittsan enters in his 12th year as an assistant coach with the UNCG men’s soccer program, this season moving over to a full-time role after serving as a part-time assistant for the last 11 seasons. Brittsan assists in all aspects of day-to-day operations, including practice planning and recruiting. He also helps to coordinate a portion of the team’s strength and conditioning workouts. He is also an assistant director of the Spartan Soccer Camps. Prior to joining the Spartan staff, Brittsan was the varsity boys’ soccer coach at Greensboro Day School, where he compiled a record of 77-20 in five years. In 1996, Brittsan was named Guilford County Coach of the Year and PACIS Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Bengals to a conference title and the state independent schools’ title game. Brittsan has also been active in Greensboro Soccer Club, where he has coached teams to two state titles. He was the 2003 Boys Classic Division Coach of the Year for the Greensboro Soccer Club. He is currently an assistant director with the Greensboro Soccer Club, overseeing the program’s U-15 and U-18 divisions.

Jay Benfield Assistant coach first season at UNCG UNCG, 2006

A former standout goalkeeper for the Spartans, Jay Benfield is in his first season as an assistant coach at his alma mater. Benfield has served as an assistant coach at Lees-McRae the last two seasons. He helped the squad to the NCAA Division II tournament Round of 16 after winning the Conference Carolinas regular-season and tournament titles in 2008. Last season, Lees-McRae was No. 1 in the nation during the regular season, winning the Conference Carolinas regular-season crown. The club finished 18-3-2 and advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II national championship game, falling to Fort Lewis, 1-0. A 2006 graduate of UNCG, Benfield also currently serves as a coach in the Twin City Youth Soccer Association and has previously served as an assistant coach at West Forsyth High School (2006-2008). Benfield was a goalkeeper for the Spartans from 2001-2005, helping the Spartans to the NCAA tournament’s round of 16 in 2004 and 2005. He logged a school-record 5,324 minutes in goal for the Spartans. An All-SoCon selection as a senior, he was the driving force behind the Spartans’ rise to No. 1 in the nation in 2004 and a No. 8 seed in the NCAA tournament. In 2005, he lifted UNCG into the round of 16 with a pair of stops in penalty kicks at Virginia Tech. Benfield had 14 career shutouts and had a goals against average below 1.00 his junior and senior seasons.

In addition, he also coordinates the strength and conditioning programs for the U-15 and U-18 divisions. He has also previous served as an assistant coach in the North Carolina ODP program. A 1994 graduate of UNCG, Brittsan was a three-year member of the Spartan men’s soccer team and was a member of the Division II national runner-up squad in 1989.

Marc Nicholls Assistant Coach first season at UNCG Liverpool

Marc Nicholls is in his first season as an assistant coach at UNCG, but is no stranger to soccer in the Greensboro area. Nicholls will serve as an assistant coach while working as the technical director for Greensboro Youth Soccer. He joined GYS in 2005 after three years with Roanoke Star in Roanoke, Va., as their director of coaching. Prior to his stint in Virginia, Nicholls was the director of coaching at the New Orleans Soccer Academy. NOSA enjoyed unprecedented success during his tenure, achieving multiple state and regional titles. He has been involved in youth soccer for more than 12 years, including a period in his native Wolverhampton, England, before moving to the United States in 1997. He has since worked with the Louisiana, Virginia and North Carolina Olympic Development Programs. Nicholls graduated from Liverpool JM University with a degree in history. He played soccer at both the county and university level in England.

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UNCG Coaching EXCELLENCE Terrell West (3-4-0, 1 season) 1971

3-4-0

Bill Utter (6-13-1, 2 seasons) 1972 1973

2-7-1 4-6-0

Joe Lukaszewski (12-34-6, 4 seasons) 1974 1975 1976 1977

5-3-3, 5-2-0 DIAC (3rd place) 4-10-1, 1-5-1 DIAC (6th) 2-13-1, 2-4-1 DIAC (6th) 5-11-2, 2-4-1 DIAC (7th)

Geoff Bird (21-18-8, 3 seasons) 1978 1979

8-10-1, 3-4-0 DIAC (6th) 9-5-5, 3-1-3 DIAC (4th)

Terrell West

Bill Utter Bill Utter

Joe Lukaszewski Joe Lukaszewski Joe Lukaszewski Joe Lukaszewski & Geoff Bird (4-3-2)

Geoff Bird Geoff Bird

Mike Berticelli (70-9-5, 4 seasons)

1980 12-3-3, 5-1-1 DIAC (2nd) Mike Berticelli 1981 16-2-1, 6-0-0 DIAC (1st) Mike Berticelli

Final ISAA Ranking: 4th; Dixie Athletic Conf. Champs; NCAA Tournament (quarterfinals)

1982 1983

Dixie Athletic Conf. Champs; NCAA Div. III National Champs Dixie Athletic Conf. Champs; NCAA Div. III National Champs

19-3-0, 5-1-0 DIAC (t-1st) 23-1-1, 7-0-0 DIAC (1st)

Mike Berticelli Mike Berticelli

Michael Parker (382-165-26, 26 seasons) 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

17-2-2, 7-0-0 DIAC (1st) 20-5-0, 7-0-0 DIAC (1st) 18-5-0, 6-1-0 DIAC (1st) 17-7-1, 6-1-0 DIAC (t-1st) 13-7-0 19-4-1 14-6-0 13-6-1 14-8-0, 3-4-0 Big South (t-6th) 14-6-2, 6-2-1 Big South (1st) 17-5-0, 7-1-0 Big South (1st) 12-5-3, 5-0-2 Big South (1st) 21-2-0, 7-0-0 Big South (1st) 14-7-0, 6-1-0 SoCon (1st) 19-4-2, 7-1-0 SoCon (t-1st) 13-8-0, 7-1-0 SoCon (2nd) 12-7-1, 6-2-0 SoCon (t-2nd) 13-8-0, 6-2-0 SoCon (t-2nd) 14-8-0, 5-3-0 SoCon (t-4th) 10-8-2, 4-1-2 SoCon (3rd) 19-3-1, 6-0-1 SoCon (1st) 16-6-1, 5-1-0 SoCon (t-1st) 16-8-1, 5-1-1 SoCon (1st) 11-8-2, 4-3-0 SoCon (t-2nd) 10-11-3, 2-5-0 SoCon (t-6th) 6-10-3, 3-3-1 SoCon (4th)

Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker Michael Parker

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Dixie Athletic Conf. Champs; NCAA Tournament (quarterfinals) Dixie Athletic Conf. Champs; NCAA Div. III National Champs Dixie Athletic Conf. Champs; NCAA Div. III National Champs NCAA Div. III National Champs NCAA Div. II Runner-up NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament Big South Champs; NCAA Tournament Big South Champs; NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament Big South Champs; NCAA Tournament SoCon Tournament Runner-up SoCon Tournament Champs; NCAA Tournament (second round) SoCon Tournament Runner-up SoCon Tournament Runner-up SoCon Tournament Champs; NCAA Tournament (third round) SoCon Tournament Champs; NCAA Tournament (third round) SoCon Tournament Champs; NCAA Tournament (third round) SoCon Tournament Runner-up SoCon Tournament Champs; NCAA Tournament (third round) SoCon Tournament semifinals

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Matt Strine M • Senior (r) Spring, Texas Klein Oak HS

2009: Appeared in all 19 matches with 17 starts... recorded five points on the year (1g, 3a)... scored his lone goal of the season in the Southern Conference Tournament against Wofford... had three assists on the year (Northern Illinois, Gardner-Webb, Davidson)... earned Academic All-Conference honors.

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2008: Appeared in 11 matches with 10 starts as s sophomore... recorded seven points (2g, 3a), despite only playing in 11 matches... spent the summer playing for the Carolina Dynamo. 2007: Appeared in 20 of 21 matches as a redshirt freshman, making 16 starts... scored his first collegiate goal in a 4-0 win over backyard rival High Point (Sept. 15); also added his first collegiate assist that night - one of three he recorded on the season... earned Academic All-Conference honors. 2006: Redshirted in the 2006 season.

Matt Strine’s career statistics 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 20 11 19 50

GS 16 10 17 43

G 1 2 1 4

A 3 3 3 9

Pts 5 7 5 17

Shots 14 19 23 56

Shot% .071 .105 .043 .071

SOG 6 6 10 22

SOG% .429 .316 .435 .393

GW PK-Att 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0

Prior to UNCG: Was a midfielder at Klein Oak HS in Spring, TX.... earned all-district, all-area and all-state honors as a junior... was an all-area selection as a senior... played club soccer for the Houston Texans and head coach Lee Baker... club squad has won the state title each of the last three years and also won a regional title and finished third nationally in 2004... club squad was also a Disney finalist in 2005. Personal: Matthew Bryan Strine... born Feb. 4, 1988... son of Brad and Stacie Strine... third of four children... brother Kyle played at Southwestern University (NCAA Division III) in Georgetown, Texas where he has earned all-conference honors as a midfielder... marketing major at UNCG.

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Michael Bonilla F/M • Senior (r) Lawrenceville, Ga. Collins Hill

Academic All-American candidate with a 3.39 GPA in marketing. 2009: After two injury-riddled seasons, appeared in 16 matches as a junior, coming off the bench 15 times... played 20 or more minutes in 11 of the 16 matches... named to the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

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2008: Appeared in 10 matches with six starts... scored his first career goal in 1-1 tie with UNC Asheville on Sept. 14. 2007: Played in just four matches as a sophomore, before missing the rest of the season due to injury... started two of those four matches. 2006: Appeared in 19 matches with one start... recorded seven shots... named to the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

Michael Bonilla’s career statistics 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 19 4 10 16 49

GS 1 2 6 1 10

G 0 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 2 0 2

Shots 7 3 2 2 14

Shot% .000 .000 .500 .000 .071

SOG 2 2 1 1 6

SOG% .286 .667 .500 .500 .429

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

Prior to UNCG: A four-year starter at Collins Hill HS... all-state selection as a senior... earned first-team allcounty honors as a sophomore and a senior and second-team honors as a junior... member of the Georgia and Region III ODP squads, his team was a national finalist in 2005... playing for the Concorde Fire soccer club, his team won the 2005 Disney showcase.... Personal: Michael Bonilla... born Oct. 19, 1987... son of Alfonso and Yolanda Bonilla... third of four children... majoring in business at UNCG.

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Chris DeNuna D• Senior (R) Metairie, La. St. Martin’s Episcopal

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2009: Reserve defender who appeared in four games during the season (Northern Illinois, Wake Forest, Georgia Southern, Appalachian State)... played a season-high 23 minutes at home against Georgia Southern. 2008: Part-time starter in his junior season, appearing in 10 matches with five starts. 2007: Appeared in five matches as a reserve during his redshirt freshman season. 2006: Sat out his redshirt season to maintain freshman eligibility.

Prior to UNCG: Product of St. Martin’s Episcopal School in Metiarie, LA, where he earned five varsity letters... two-time all-state, three-time all-parish and four-time all-district selection... played club soccer for the Lafreniere Soccer Club, New Orleans Soccer Academy and the New Orleans Shell Shockers... a Super Y-League Regional Pool Team selection and a Louisiana ODP selection... Personal: Edward Christopher Denuna... born Oct. 18, 1987... son of Eddie and Zenaida Denuna... majoring in history at UNCG.

Chris Denuna’s career statistics 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 5 10 4 19

GS 0 5 0 5

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0 0

Shot% .000 .000 .000 .000

SOG 0 0 0 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000 .000

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

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Matt Betts

M/D • Senior (R) Apex, N.C. Apex

2009: Did not play. 2008: Played in 16 games with three starts (William & Mary, Winthrop, UNC Asheville) as a redshirt sophomore... logged a total of 796 minutes on the year, playing 20 or more minute in 13 of the 16 games.

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2007: First defender off the bench... appeared in 16 matches. 2006: Redshirted during the 2006 season.

Matt Betts’ career statistics 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 16 16 32

GS 0 3 3

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots 3 6 DNP 9

Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att .000 2 .667 0 0-0 .000 1 .167 0 0-0 .000

3

.333

0

0-0

Prior to UNCG: An all-state selection at Apex HS where he led his team to the state title last season... three-year captain and a four-year starter at Apex... voted MVP of the state title game... was invited to the Adidas ESP twice and has been a member of the North Carolina and Region III ODP teams... twice played in the ODP National Championships... played in the 2006 East-West All-Star Game at UNCG Soccer Stadium... Personal: Matthew Palmer Betts... born March 2, 1988... son of Erskins and Mary Betts... history major at UNCG.

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Robbie Copeland GK• Junior (R) Clarksville, Md. River Hill

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2009: Did not appear in a match during the season. 2008: Did not appear in a match during the season. 2007: Sat out as a redshirt. Prior to UNCG: Attended River Hill HS where he was part of three state championship squads... three-year starter in goal... earned the team’s scholar-athlete award each of the last two years... Personal: Guy Robert Copeland... born Sept. 22, 1989 in Dayton, Md.... son of Guy and Debbie Copeland... majoring in business administration.

Kris Byrd

D• Junior (R) Huntersville, NC Charlotte County Day (NC State)

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At NC State: Spent the last three seasons at NC State... earned his undergraduate degree at NC State is enrolled in grad school at UNCG... missed all of 2007 with an injury an d was a starter the last two years... appeared in 18 matches with 16 starts as a redshirt freshman... finished his freshman year with eight points (2g, 4a), recording three of his four assists in the last three games... finished third on the team in scoring in 2009 with 13 points (5g, 3a)... appeared in 22 matches with 21 starts last season as the Wolfpack advanced to the NCAA tournament... had a goal and an assist in season-opening win against Winthrop... ACC all-academic... played for the Carolina Dynamo this past summer. High School: NCISAA all-state selection twice at Charlotte County Day… allconference selection... Member of the ’88 North Carolina ODP 5 years, ODP Region Team 2002, 2004 and Super Y National Select Team 2005, 2006... North Carolina ODP National Championship semifinalist 2004 and member of the ODP National CO-Championship team in 2006… Played tournaments in Brazil, France, Germany and England... Trained at International Soccer Academy in Oakham, England, and IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Fla… Attended the 2006 Adidas Elite Soccer camp and selected to the all-star team... Played for the Triangle Futbol Club... Member of the National Junior Honor Society... Personal: Kristopher Leach Byrd... born Dec. 14, 1988 in Richmond, Va... son of Harry and Kathleen Byrd,.. taking graduate classes in business at UNCG.

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Matt Foxx

F • Junior Mooresville, N.C. Lake Norman

2009: UNCG’s leading returning scorer; was third on the team last season with 10 points (4g, 2a)... appeared in 18 matches with eight starts as a sophomore... scored the match’s only goal in a 1-0 win over Longwood (Sept. 13)... had a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over Gardner-Webb (Oct. 17)... his 32 shots were second-most on the squad.

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2008: Appeared in eight games with two starts as a true freshman... early enrollee at UNCG and played with the squad during the spring 2008 season... had two assists in UNCG’s 2-0 win over High Point (Oct. 11)...

Matt Foxx’s career statistics 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 8 18 26

GS 2 8 10

G 0 4 4

A 2 2 4

Pts 2 10 12

Shots 10 32 42

Shot% .000 .125 .095

SOG 5 18 23

SOG% .500 .562 .548

GW PK-Att 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0

Prior to UNCG: Piedmont Player of the Year in 2007... scored 35 goals to go with seven assists in his senior year, earning 3A Tournament MVP honors and leading his squad to a 29-0 record... set a school record with 37 goals in a season... in the state title match, he scored three goals in 12 minutes to help his team rally in the final 10 minutes of regulation and win in overtime... played with the Region III ODP in 2006 and spent two seasons with the USL Super Y Region Team (2004, 2005)... Personal: Matthew Robert Foxx... born February 16, 1990... son of Robert and Dawn Foxx... majoring in parks and recreation management.

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Will Mack

M• Junior Mooresville, N.C. Mooresville

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2009: Played in all 19 matches with 13 starts in his sophomore season... had four shots on goal during the year - two of them finding the net... finished the year with five points (2g, 1a)... scored the game-winner in a 2-0 win over Furman (Sept. 30)... both of his goals came in SoCon play (other vs. Georgia Southern). 2008 Season: Saw significant playing time in his first season, appearing in 18 games with 13 starts... early enrollee at UNCG and spent the spring 2008 season training with UNCG.

Prior to UNCG: All-state selection at Mooresville HS as a senior... twice named the team’s MVP... two-time all-conference and all-region selection... captained the North Carolina State ODP team in 2007 and was a member of ODP Region III in 2006... played six seasons for the NCYSA State squad and spent 2004 in the USL Super Y League with the South Atlantic Regional team... National Honor Society student; graduated in the Top 5 percent of his class at Mooresville... Personal: Charles William Mack... born March 10, 1990... son of Kevin and Michelle Mack... majoring in exercise and sports science at UNCG.

Will Mack’s career statistics 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 18 19 37

GS 13 13 26

G 0 2 2

A 1 1 2

Pts 1 5 6

Shots 7 16 23

Shot% .000 .125 .087

SOG 4 4 8

SOG% .571 .250 .348

GW PK-Att 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0

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Cruz Oronos M • Junior Converse, Texas Central Catholic

2009: Appeared in 18 matches with 17 starts... finished the year with eight points (3g, 2a)... scored goals against Campbell, Georgia Southern and Davidson... his goal against Campbell was the game-winner in a 2-0 win... 13 of his 22 shots were on-goal for a team-best .591 percentage.

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2008 Season: Played in 17 games with 15 starts... became a mainstay in the Spartan lineup in the second half of the season... scored his first career goal at Furman (Oct. 4)... spent his summer playing for the Carolina Dynamo in the PDL.

Prior to UNCG: Four-time All-State TAPPS selection at Central Catholic HS... began his high school career as a forward and scored 27 goals as a sophomore before moving to the midfield the following year... helped his team to a 32-match winning streak, spanning two seasons... played for the Region III ODP program, including a tour of Brazil... Personal: Cruz Felipe Oronos... born March 21, 1990 in Idar-Oberstein, Germany... son of Emerito and Maria Oronos... sociology a major at UNCG.

Cruz Oronos’ career statistics 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 17 18 35

GS 15 17 32

G 1 3 4

A 0 2 2

Pts 2 8 10

Shots 14 22 36

Shot% .071 .136 .111

SOG 3 13 16

SOG% .214 .591 .444

GW PK-Att 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0

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Ross Burki

M• Junior Austin, Texas Lake Travis (Gardner-Webb)

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Prior to UNCG: Played his freshman season at Lehigh , appearing in 16 matches with two starts... recorded three points for the Mountain Hawks (1g, 1a)... scored his lone goal of the year in a 3-0 win at Navy... spent his sophomore year at Gardner-Webb and at Dutchess Community College... has played in the PDL for the Austin Lightning (for which his first career goal came in the Lamar Hunt Open Cup) and Orange County Blue Star. Personal: Ross Khan Burki... born March 6, 1990 in Durham, N.C... son of Ibrahim and Donna Burki... father Ibrahim gradudated from UNCG... majoring in biology at UNCG.

C.J. Shook D• Junior Taylorsville, N.C. Alexander Central

24

Prior to UNCG: Earned a spot on the team during the preseason... was a standout wrestler and soccer player at Alexander Central High School... finished fifth in the state as a junior in the 130-lbs. weight class and as a senior in the 140lbs. class. Personal: Daniel Carl John “C.J.” Shook... born Dec. 6, 1987... son of Danny and Phyllis Shook... has not yet declared a major at UNCG.

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Peyton Ford

GK • Sophomore (R) Jamestown, N.C. Southwest Guilford

2009: Appeared in 14 matches with 13 starts... had a 1.63 GAA on the year, recording three shutouts (Campbell, Furman, Georgia Southern)... held the opposition to one goal or less in six of his 13 starts... had a .793 save percentage, recording 92 saves on the season.

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2008: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt.

Peyton Ford’s career statistics Season 2009 TOTAL

GP GS Min. GA GAA 14 13 1326:38 24 1.63 14 13 1326:38 24 1.63

Svs Sv% W 92 .793 3 92 .793 3

L 9 9

T Sho 2 3 2 3

Prior to UNCG: All-state selection as a senior and three-time all-conference honoree at Southwest Guilford HS... played in the North Carolina East-West HS All-Star Game (played at UNCG)... played for Greensboro Soccer Club (team won NC Premier League title in 2007)... high school teammates with Tyler Naron... Personal: Peyton Harris Ford... born May 11, 1990 in Richmond, Va. ... son of Brad and Valerie Ford... political science major at UNCG.

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Jonathan Leonard D• Sophomore (R) Greensboro, N.C. Grimsley

2009: Appeared in six matches as a reserve defender... saw extensive playing time off the bench at Wofford (Oct. 3) and against Georgia Southern (Oct. 24), playing 37 and 34 minutes, respectively.

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2008: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt after earning a spot on the team in preseason as a walk-on. Prior to UNCG: Played his high school soccer at Grimsley, just one mile from the UNCG campus... played on Grimsely’s team for four years and the basketball team for three... was a three-time all-conference and all-region selection at Grimsley... his team was the Class 4A state runner-up in his senior season... national honor society member... Personal: Jonathan Robert Leonard... born Nov. 28, 1989... son of Mike and Amy Leonard... older brother Travis was a member of the track team at North Carolina... cousin Steve Rhine played soccer at Clemson (1999-2003)... has not yet chosen a major at UNCG.

Eli Garner F• Sophomore Hillsborough, N.C. Cedar Ridge (North Carolina)

Jonathan Leonard’s career statistics 2009 TOTAL

GP GS 6 0 6 0

G 0 0

5

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

Prior to UNCG: Played at North Carolina in his freshman season... appeared in five matches as a reserve. High School: High-scoring forward at Cedar Ridge High School... totaled 161 goals and 83 assists in prep action to... leading scorer in the Triangle area for 2006, 2007 and 2008... set school’s career, season and single-game records for goals and assists...two-time all-state and four-time all-conference pick...member of the North Carolina ODP State Team and selected for the Super Y National Camp in 2007...played with the ODP Region III Team in 2006-07...scored a hat trick in the 2008 Disney Showcase championship game. Personal Thomas Elijah Garner... born Feb, 14, 1991... son of Tom and Punky Garner... one of six kids (four boys, two girls), including younger brother, Duke, who is a freshman on the squad... older brother, Brandon, played soccer at Appalachian State and is a professional UFC fighter... both parents were college athletes.

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Hakan Ilhan

F• Sophomore Stuttgart, Germany Wirtschafts Gymnasium (Univ. of Stuttgart)

17

Mahdi ALI

F • Freshman Helsinki, Finland Vuosaaren Lukio

4

Prior to UNCG: Attended University of Stuttgart for one year... played with Of- Prior to UNCG: Attended Vuosaaren Lukio for the last three seasons. fenburger, where he won a championship, and the Stuttgart Kickers... Attended Wirthschafts Gymnasium near Lahr for his secondary schooling. Personal: Mahdi Abdirashid Ali... born June 23, 1990 in Somalia... son of Abdirashid and Amina... has not yet chosen a major at UNCG. Personal: Hakan Ilhan... born August 11, 1987 in Lahr, Germany... son of Metin and Muczeygeu... majoring in international business at UNCG.

Adam Shore

F• Freshman (R) Summerfield, N.C. American Hebrew Academy

2009 Season: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

18

Fannar Arnarsson M • Freshman Reykjavik, Iceland Breidholti

14

Prior to UNCG: Attended Breidholti for his secondary schooling... played his club soccer for Leiknir.

Prior to UNCG: Three-year starter at American Hebrew Academy... twice earned all-state honors and was a three-time all-league selection... honor roll stu- Personal: Fannar Thor Arnarsson... born May 14, 1989... son of Anar Einarsson dent... had his jersey retired by the school... and Sirgun Gretarsdottir... middle of three children... majoring in media studies. Personal: Adam Joel Shore... born May 18, 1991... son of Brian and Carol Shore... played his club soccer for Greensboro Soccer Club, including some time for UNCG assistant coach Scott Brittsan... exercise and sports sciences major (pre-med) at UNCG.

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Eric Carrion F• Freshman Duluth, Ga. Northview

21

Duke Garner F • Freshman Hillsborough, N.C. Cedar Ridge

8

Prior to UNCG: Four-year starter at Northview HS... four-time all-region selection... team lost in penalty kicks in the Class AAAAA state finals to Pete Kurowski’s Collins Hill HS squad... Northview, which was ranked No. 1 before the state title loss, finished 17-2 on the year... played for the AFUSA Soccer Club and played alongside Kurowski in Argentina with the Region III ODP squad... played four seasons in the USL Super-Y league and was in the 2009 national finals... played with the Atlanta Fire United and Alpharetta Ambush on the club level.

Prior to UNCG: Played his high school soccer at Cedar Ridge... attended the ESP Adidas National Camp in 2009, where he was named an all-star... regarded as one of the top forwards in the state of North Carolina coming out last season... played with Trey Johnson on the Triangle United squad that advanced to the 2009 USYS national finals... scored nine goals in the 2009 USYS regional and national tournaments... earned all-conference and all-region three times while playing at Cedar Ridge HS.

Personal: Eric Luis Carrion... born Aug. 10, 1992... has not yet chosen a major.

Personal: Sebastian Duke Garner... born April 21, 1992... son of Tom and Punky Garner... one of six kids (four boys, two girls), including younger brother, Duke, who is a freshman on the squad... older brother, Brandon, played soccer at Appalachian State and is a professional UFC fighter... both parents were college athletes... has not yet chosen a major at UNCG.

Preston Ford M• Freshman Jamestown, N.C. High Point Christian

28

Prior to UNCG: Earned conference Player of the Year and all-state honors at High Point Christian as a senior... two-time all-conference selection... finished second in school history in scoring with 52 goals... was president of National Honor Society and Honor Roll student at High Point Christian... played his youth soccer at Greensboro Youth Soccer for Justin Maullin.

Brian Graham F • Freshman Bowie, Md. Bowie

15

Prior to UNCG: Two-time all-state selection at Bowie High School... led Bulldogs to three consecutive regional titles... Prince Georges County Player of the Year in 2008... played club soccer withy the Freestyle Elite and Baltimore Bays... finished fifth in the U.S. Development Academy National Tournament with the Baltimore Bays

Personal: Preston Lee Ford... born June 24, 1992 in Birmingham, Ala... son of Brad and Valerie Ford... brother Peyton is a goalkeeper on the squad... has not Personal: Brian T. Graham... born Jan. 14, 1992... son of Samuel and Diane Graham... majoring in Kinesiology at UNCG. yet chosen a major at UNCG.

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Davis Griffin GK • Freshman Raleigh, N.C. Leesville Road

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Prior to UNCG: Earned all-conference and all-region honors at Leesville Road High in Raleigh... played his club soccer for CASL Chelsea FC Academy; team won the regional championship and placed four at the USSDA Finals Week. Personal: Davlis Holliman Griffin... born June 28, 1992... son of Rob and Charlotte Griffin... majoring in English at UNCG.

Oddur Gudmundsson M• Freshman Reykjavik, Iceland Breidholti

10

Prior to UNCG: Attended Breidholti for his secondary schooling... played club soocer for Fylkir. Personal: Oddur Ingi Gudmundsson... born January 28, 1989... parents names are Audmundur and Juliana... majoring in psychology

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Trey Johnson M • Freshman Wendell, N.C. East Wake

22

Prior to UNCG: Conference Offense Player of the Year in 2009, scoring 26 goals at East Wake HS...a four-time all-conference selection at East Wake... was also an academic all-conference selection... was a member of the North Carolina ODP Team in 2006 and 2008... played his club soccer for Triangle United and was part of squad that won the North Caroina state cup and Region III championships in 2008 and 2009 and played in the 2009 USYS national finals with Triangle United.

Aaron

Reifschneider D • Freshman Frisco, Texas Wakeland

2

Prior to UNCG: Two-time district MVP and a first-team all-state selection at Wakeland High School... earned all-district honors all four years... captain of his club soccer squad, the Dallas Texans Academy, which won the Disney Showcase five times in his seven seasons, most recently in 2009, and a national championship... the Texans also won the USYS under-17 national title in 2008... regarded as a Top 100 recruit by NationalSoccerRanking.com.

Personal: Aaron Tyler Reifschneider... born Oct. 4, 1991 in Greenville, N.C... son Personal: Thomas Trey Johnson... born Oct. 30, 1991... son of Deborah John- of Hunt Reifschneider and Laura Buckley... father, Hunt, played soccer at Conson... majoring in sports medicine. necticut for two seasons... majoring in international business at UNCG.

Pete Kurowski M• Freshman Lawrencevillle, Ga. Collins Hill

23

Prior to UNCG: Product of Collins Hill HS, where his squad was the Georgia Class AAAAA state champs... team was ranked No. 4 in the nation last season... member of the Georgia ODP squad and Region III ODP from 2004-07... played in the USSF Developmental League with the Atlanta Fire United... attended Super Y National Camp in 2007 and has played overseas in Spain and Argentina as part of the ODP program.

Austin Tucker

GK • Freshman Clayton, N.C. West Johnston

26

Prior to UNCG: Three-time all-conference selection at West Johnston High School... four-year starter in goal for West Johnston... team had never qualified for state tourney before Tucker’s freshman year, but earned a spot all four years he was on the team... earned all-academic honors three times... played club soccer for the Carolina Soccer Club.

Personal: Austin Edward Tucker... born Oct. 4, 1991 in Winston-Salem, N.C... Personal: Peter Joseph Kurowski... born May 31, 1992... son of Pete and Jackie son of Joel and Meredith Tucker... majoring in kinesiology at UNCG. Kurowski... has not yet chosen a major at UNCG.

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2009 statistics & game results Overall: 6-10-3 SoCon: 3-3-1 ## 7 16 11 19 3 10 27 8 5 14 23 15 2 4 12 9 30 25 24 20

Name Thomas Campbell A.J. Nelson Matt Foxx Cruz Oronos E.J. O’Keeffe Will Mack Matt Strine Mike Magnotic Sven Picton Jamel Johnson Joe Layton Ryan Davis Matt Elliott Denny Mask Matt Cunningham Michael Bonilla Jonathan Leonard Peyton Ford Tyler Naron Chris Denuna Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS Min 19-18 1345 19-15 1356 18-8 892 18-17 1267 16-16 1414 19-13 1205 19-17 1401 19-19 1685 11-1 238 14-8 865 11-1 204 19-18 1624 19-19 1732 18-16 1425 10-3 261 16-1 478 6-0 100 14-14 1326 2-0 27 4-0 59 19 19339 19 -

## 26 25 1 TM

Name GP-GS Chad Janda 2-2 Peyton Ford 14-13 Nate Berry 3-3 TEAM Total............... 19 Opponents........... 19

G 7 4 4 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 31

A 2 4 2 2 2 1 3 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 34

Pts 16 12 10 8 6 5 5 5 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 96

Minutes 180:00 1326:38 254:48 0:00 1761:26 1761:26

GA 2 24 5 0 31 26

Avg 1.00 1.63 1.77 0.00 1.58 1.33

Sh Shot% 44 .159 23 .174 32 .125 22 .136 15 .133 16 .125 23 .043 4 .000 9 .111 10 .100 1 1.000 6 .000 9 .000 5 .000 4 .000 2 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 225 .116 313 .099 Saves 11 92 11 6 120 84

Date Opponent WL Score Overall Conf Attend Sep 4 vs Evansville L 0-3 0-1-0 0-0-0 241 Sep 6 vs Northern Illinois L 1-4 0-2-0 0-0-0 157 Sep 11 MARSHALL T O2 1-1 0-2-1 0-0-0 904 Sep 13 LONGWOOD W 1-0 1-2-1 0-0-0 370 Sep 16 JAMES MADISON L 0-1 1-3-1 0-0-0 239 Sep 19 at UNC Wilmington L O2 1-2 1-4-1 0-0-0 325 Sep 23 at Campbell W 2-0 2-4-1 0-0-0 209 Sep 26 CHARLOTTE T 2-2 2-4-2 0-0-0 797 Sep 30 FURMAN* W 2-0 3-4-2 1-0-0 449 Oct 3 at Wofford* T O2 2-2 3-4-3 1-0-1 178 Oct 6 WAKE FOREST L 0-3 3-5-3 1-0-1 742 Oct 10 COLL OF CHARLESTON* L 0-2 3-6-3 1-1-1 410 Oct 13 at Duke L 0-3 3-7-3 1-1-1 306 Oct 17 GARDNER-WEBB W 3-1 4-7-3 1-1-1 422 Oct 24 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 6-0 5-7-3 2-1-1 401 Oct 27 at Appalachian St.* L OT 1-2 5-8-3 2-2-1 190 Oct 31 DAVIDSON* W 3-1 6-8-3 3-2-1 321 Nov 7 at Elon* L 0-1 6-9-3 3-3-1 1768 Nov 13 at Wofford* L 1-3 6-10-3 3-3-1 907

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Pct .846 .793 .688 1.000 .795 .764

GW PK-ATT 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 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 0-0 0 0-0 6 0-0 10 1-3 W L 2 0 3 9 1 1 0 0 6 10 10 6

T 0 2 1 0 3 3

GOALS BY PERIOD UNCG Opponents

1st 11 16

2nd 15 13

OT 0 1

OT2 0 1

Total 26 31

SHOTS BY PERIOD UNCG Opponents

1st 100 142

2nd 113 158

OT 2 9

OT2 10 4

Total 225 313

SAVES BY PERIOD UNCG Opponents

1st 54 34

2nd 60 46

OT 4 1

OT2 2 3

Total 120 84

CORNER KICKS BY PRD UNCG Opponents

1st 44 49

2nd 53 49

OT 0 2

OT2 3 1

Total 100 101

FOULS BY PERIOD UNCG Opponents

1st 98 93

2nd 130 115

OT 10 5

OT2 0 2

Total 238 215

Sho 0 3 1 0 4 6

UNCG goals (assists) GK of record - Nate Berry A.J. Nelson (Matt Strine) Peyton Ford E.J. O’Keeffe (Mike Magnotic) Peyton Ford Matt Foxx (Sven Picton) Nate Berry - Peyton Ford E.J. O’Keeffe (unassisted) Peyton Ford Cruz Oronos (Will Mack) Peyton Ford Sven Picton (A.J. Nelson) Thomas Campbell (Mike Magnotic) Nate Berry Thomas Campbell (Matt Foxx) Will Mack (Thomas Campbell) Peyton Ford Jamel Johnson (unassisted) Thomas Campbell (unassisted) Peyton Ford Matt Foxx (Mike Magnotic) - Peyton Ford - Peyton Ford - Peyton Ford Matt Foxx (Thomas Campbell) Chad Janda Thomas Campbell (Matt Foxx;A.J. Nelson) Thomas Campbell (Matt Strine) Thomas Campbell (A.J. Nelson) Peyton Ford Will Mack (A.J. Nelson) Cruz Oronos (unassisted) A.J. Nelson (Mike Magnotic) Thomas Campbell (E.J. O’Keeffe;Ryan Davis) Joe Layton (unassisted) Matt Foxx (Cruz Oronos) Peyton Ford A.J. Nelson (Matt Strine) Chad Janda A.J. Nelson (Mike Magnotic) Cruz Oronos (E.J. O’Keeffe) - Peyton Ford Matt Strine (Cruz Oronos) Peyton Ford

* Southern Conference match; $ Southern Conference Tournament (Spartanburg, SC);

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2009 SOCON Stats & Standings 2009 Southern Conference Standings

2008 Southern Confererence Leaders

SoCon Overall Team

W

L

T Pts GF GA

Wofford

5 1 1 .786 15 8 12

Coll. of Charleston

5 2 0 . 714 13 8 11 10 0 .524 38 34

Elon

4 2 0 . 667 7 6 10

UNC Greensboro

3 3 1 . 500 14 8

Davidson

3 4 0 . 429 10 10 11

7 0 .611 37 27

Furman

3 4 0 . 429 14 15

8

8 2 .500 34 28

Appalachian State

3 4 0 . 429 6 8

8

8 1 .500 33 23

Georgia Southern

0 6 0 . 000 2 18

1 15 1 .088 10 46

Southern Conference Honors

First Team F Matt Morris, College of Charleston F Kentrel Owens, Wofford F Charlie Reiter, Davidson F Justin Wyatt, Elon M Alex Caskey, Davidson M Erfan Imeni, Elon M Arie Muniz, Appalachian State D Sean Flatley, College of Charleston D Steven Kinney, Elon D Nick Schuermann, Wofford GK Clint Irwin, Elon Second Team F Thomas Campbell, UNCG F Zach Prince, College of Charleston F Chris Thomas, Elon M Paulo Bonfim, Wofford M Warren Creavalle, Furman M Andrew Eppelsheimer, Wofford M Brad Franks, Elon D Jonathan Collier, Furman D Matt Elliott, UNCG D Branson Hyatt, Wofford GK Thomas Hunter, Wofford All-Freshman Team F Mark Gabriel, Furman F Mike Magnotic, UNCG F Chris Thomas, Elon F Francis Twohig, College of Charleston M David Dodge, Appalachian State M Ralph Lundy III, College of Charleston M Brian McGue, Davidson M A.J. Nelson, UNCG D Kojo Thompson, Appalachian State D J.J. Elder, Appalachian State D Shawn Ferguson, College of Charleston Player of the Year: Charlie Reiter, Davidson Freshman of the Year: Chris Thomas, Elon Coach of the Year: Ralph Polson, Wofford

W

L

T Pct. GF GA

3 3 .750 32 18 8 2 .550 28 18

6 10 3 .395 26 31

POINTS GP 1. Charlie Reiter-DAV 18 2. Chris Thomas-ELON 19 3. Yannick Pilgrim-DAV 17 Matt Morris-COFC 18 5. Debola Ogunseye-FUR 15 6. Arie Muniz-ASU 17 Alex Caskey-DAV 18 Wilson Hood-WOF 18 Thomas Campbell-UNCG 19 10. Justin Wyatt-ELON 20 Zach Prince-COFC 20 GOALS ## Player-Team 1. Charlie Reiter-DAV 2. Chris Thomas-ELON 3. Yannick Pilgrim-DAV Alex Caskey-DAV Matt Morris-COFC Wilson Hood-WOF Thomas Campbell-UNCG 8. Four players tied with 6

G 12 10 7 7 6 6 7 7 7 5 5

A 8 3 6 6 6 4 2 2 2 5 5

Pts. Avg/G 32 1.78 23 1.21 20 1.18 20 1.11 18 1.20 16 0.94 16 0.89 16 0.89 16 0.84 15 0.75 15 0.75

GP 18 19 17 18 18 18 19

No. 12 10 7 7 7 7 7

Avg/G 0.67 0.53 0.41 0.39 0.39 0.39 0.37

ASSISTS ## Player-Team GP 1. Charlie Reiter-DAV 18 2. Erfan Imeni-ELON 20 3. Debola Ogunseye-FUR 15 Yannick Pilgrim-DAV 17 Mark Millard-DAV 18 Matt Morris-COFC 18 7. Seven players tied with 5

No. 8 7 6 6 6 6

Avg/G 0.44 0.35 0.40 0.35 0.33 0.33

No. 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Avg/G 0.22 0.20 0.19 0.18 0.18 0.17 0.16 0.15

GAME-WINNING GOALS ## Player-Team 1. Charlie Reiter-DAV Justin Wyatt-ELON 3. J.J. Elder-ASU Jordan Howard-FUR Yannick Pilgrim-DAV Kentrel Owens-WOF Chris Thomas-ELON Zach Prince-COFC

GP 18 20 16 17 17 18 19 20

GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team 1. Clint Irwin-ELON 2. Thomas Hunter-WOF 3. Clark Hankins-COFC 4. Collin Taylor-ASU 5. Chip Sanders-DAV 6. Alec Kann-FUR 7. Peyton Ford-UNCG 8. Mike Gubosh-GSU

GP 20 18 16 13 17 12 14 11

SAVES PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Peyton Ford-UNCG 2. Mike Gubosh-GSU 3. Clint Irwin-ELON 4. Thomas Hunter-WOF 5. Chip Sanders-DAV 6. Collin Taylor-ASU 7. Clark Hankins-COFC 8. Alec Kann-FUR

GP 14 11 20 18 17 13 16 12

GA 18 17 19 17 25 18 24 33 No. 92 52 71 61 54 40 49 35

Minutes 1844:35 1698:40 1421:56 1170:35 1532:13 1095:11 1326:14 947:49

GaAvg 0.88 0.90 1.20 1.31 1.47 1.48 1.63 3.13

Avg/G 6.57 4.73 3.55 3.39 3.18 3.08 3.06 2.92

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The Southern Conference The Southern Conference, which began its 90th season of intercollegiate competition in 2010, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshman eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the 3-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first-class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership history On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league, including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting

but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932, at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league, which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools – Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest – departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference, which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on Jan. 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda that has improved competition, upgraded compliance-related matters, launched the conference’s Hall of Fame and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated

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the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart, who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 2001-2005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C., to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts. Championship history The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From their humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10 men’s sports – football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports – soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball.

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UNCG’s All-Time Leading Scorers Player 1. Jason Haupt Siggi Eyjolfsson 3. Lewis Johnstone 4. Alejandro Moreno 5. Randi Patterson 6. Chris Goos 7. Mike Sweeney 8. Eddie Radwanski 9. Mike Gailey 10. Hilmar Bjornsson 11. Matt Farris Andrew Mehalko 13. Darren Powell 14. Carl Fleming 15. Shawn Mahoney 16. Steve Harrison

Years 1987-90 1995-98 1979-82 1998-2001 2003-06 1999-02 1981-83 1981-84 1988-91 1989-92 1995-98 1983-86 1991-94 1985-88 1991-94 1984-86, ‘88

G 77 75 66 65 61 43 55 38 56 32 37 47 41 33 39 37

Career Records

^ denotes Div. I era records (min. 3 yrs. Div. I) Career Goals 1. Jason Haupt (1987-90)..................... 77 2. Siggi Eyjolfsson (1995-98)............. ^ 75 3. Lewis Johnstone (1979-82)............... 66 4. Alejandro Moreno (1998-01)............. 65 5. Randi Patterson (2003-06)................ 61 6. Mike Gailey (1988-91)...................... 56 7. Mike Sweeney (1981-83).................. 55 8. Andrew Mehalko (1983-86)............... 47 9. Darren Powell (1991-94)................... 41 10. Eddie Radwanski (1981-84).............. 38 11. Steve Harrison (1984-86, 1988)........ 37 Matt Farris (1995-98)........................ 37 Luke Jamroz (1994-97)...................... 37 14. Carl Fleming (1985-88)..................... 33 15. Hilmar Bjornsson (1989-92).............. 32 16. Willie Lopez (1985-87)...................... 29 Louie Borges (1982-83).................... 29 18. Jamie Fedor (1994-96)...................... 28 Ron Bertolaccini (1983-86)............... 28 20. Justin Wisdo (1997-2000)................. 26 21. Scott Jones (2002-06)....................... 25 Career Assists 1. Hilmar Bjornsson (1989-92).............. 62 2. Eddie Radwanski (1981-84).............. 56 3. Chris Goos (1999-02)..................... ^ 53 4. Matt Farris (1995-98)........................ 42 Scott Jones (2002-06)....................... 41 5. Siggi Eyjolfsson (1995-98)................ 35 6. Carl Fleming (1985-88)..................... 32 8. Jason Haupt (1987-90)..................... 31 9. Kenny Bundy (1999-2002)................ 27 Mike Sweeney (1981-83).................. 27 11. Alejandro Moreno (1998-2001)......... 25 12. Lewis Johnstone (1979-82)............... 24 Louis Pantuosco (1981-84)............... 24 Bill Sutherland (1986-89)................. 24 Egill Atlason (2002-2005)................. 23 16. Darren Powell (1991-94)................... 22 Andrew Mehalko (1983-86)............... 22

A 31 35 24 25 19 53 27 56 18 62 42 22 22 32 19 22

Pts. 185 185 156 155 141 139 137 132 130 Jason Siggi 126 Haupt Eyjolfsson 116 116 104 98 97 96 Steve Harrison (1984-86, 1988)........ 22 Brian Japp (1983-85)........................ 22 20. Mark Pinch (1994-98)....................... 21

Lewis Johnstone

Mike Sweeney

Career Shutouts 1. Tim Borer (1982-83).......................... 26 2. Jay Benfield (2001-05)................... ^ 14 3. Trey Wilson (1994-97)....................... 10 4. Brad Shumate (1995-98).................... 8 Career Goals Against Average 1. Tim Borer (1982-83).......................0.50 Career Minutes Played 1. Jay Benfield (2001-05).............5324:58 2. Mike Sweeney (1991-94)...............5292

Season Records ^ denotes Division I era records

Jay Benfield

Single-Season Points 1. Jason Haupt (1989)........................... 66 2. Siggi Eyjolfsson (1998)................... ^ 65 3. Chris Goos (2002)............................. 60 4. Mike Gailey (1991)............................ 54 5. Siggi Eyjolfsson (1996)...................... 53 Eddie Radwanski (1983).................... 53 7. Jason Haupt (1990)........................... 51 8. Alejandro Moreno (1998).................. 47 9. Randi Patterson (2004)..................... 46 Hilmar Bjornsson (1992)................... 46 11. Alejandro Moreno (1998).................. 45 Mike Sweeney (1983)........................ 45 13. Randi Patterson (2005).....................44 Sigi Eyjolfsson (1997)........................ 44 Steve Harrison (1984)........................ 44 16. Lewis Johnston (1982)....................... 42 17. Cliff Patterson (2002)........................ 40 Luke Jamroz (1996)........................... 40 Billy Heaney (1989)........................... 40 Louie Borges (1982).......................... 40 Single-Season Goals

Eddie Radwanski

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

Jason Haupt (1989)........................... 29 Lewis Johnstone (1979)..................... 28 Siggi Eyjolfsson (1998)................... ^ 26 Mike Gailey (1991)............................ 25 Mike Sweeney (1982)........................ 23 Mike Sweeney (1983)........................ 21 Chris Goos (2002)............................. 20 Alejandro Moreno (1998).................. 20 Jason Haupt (1990)........................... 20 Randi Patterson (2004)..................... 19 Alejandro Moreno (1999).................. 19

12. 15. 17.

Randi Patterson (2005)..................... 18 Siggi Eyjolfsson (1997)...................... 18 Lewis Johnston (1982)....................... 18 Billy Heaney (1989)........................... 17 Steve Harrison (1984)........................ 17 Eddie Radwanski (1983).................... 16

Single-Season Assists 1. Hilmar Bjornsson (1992)................ ^ 22 2. Eddie Radwanski (1983).................... 21 3. Chris Goos (2002)............................. 20 4. Hilmar Bjornsson (1989)................... 17 5. Tom Lehoczky (1986)......................... 16 6. Jeremy Fedor (1996).......................... 15 7. Scott Jones (2005)............................ 14 8. Matt Farris (1998)............................. 14 Eddie Radwanski (1984).................... 14 10. Siggi Eyjolfsson (1998)...................... 13 Mike Sweeney (1982)........................ 13 12. Chris Goos (2001)............................. 12 Sappia Venn (1997).......................... 12 Mark Pinch (1996)............................. 12 Hilmar Bjornsson (1991)................... 12 Eddie Radwanski (1982).................... 12 17. Scott Jones (2003)............................ 11 Kenny Bundy (2002).......................... 11 Chris Goos (1999)............................. 11 Jason Haupt (1990)........................... 11 Hilmar Bjornsson (1990)................... 11 Carl Fleming (1987)........................... 11 Mike Sweeney (1981)........................ 11 Rui Borges (1981)............................. 11 Single-Season Shutouts (solo only) 1. Tim Borer (1983)............................... 17 2. Mike Dugan (1981)........................... 10 3. Jay Benfield (2005).......................... ^ 9 4. Tim Borer (1982)................................. 9 5. Nathan Kipp (1998)............................. 8 Mike Sweeney (1994).......................... 8 6. Nate Berry (2006)............................. # 7 Anthony DiFoggio (1989)..................... 7 Tony Hanum (1987)............................. 7 8. Greg Raber (1999)............................... 6 Trey Wilson (1997)............................... 6 Anthony DiFoggio (1990)..................... 6 Keith Moser (1988)............................. 6 12. Keith Moser (1986)............................. 5 Brad Shumate (1996).......................... 5 Mike Sweeney (1993).......................... 5 15. Nathan Kipp (1999)............................. 4 Mike Sweeney (1992).......................... 4 # denotes freshman season Single-Season GAA (Lowest) - min. 50% GP

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

Tim Borer (1983)............................0.36 Mike Dugan (1981)........................0.63 Tim Borer (1982)............................0.74 Nathan Kipp (1998)..................... ^ 0.79 Jay Benfield (2005)........................0.83 Tony Hannum (1986)......................0.85 Anthony DiFoggio (1989)................0.93 Brad Shumate (1996).....................0.95 Mike Sweeney (1994).....................0.98 Jay Benfield (2004)........................0.99

Minutes Played by Goalkeeper 1. Tony Hannum (1987).....................2078 2. Jay Benfield (2005).............. ^ 2052:51 3. Tim Borer (1983)...........................2015 4. Nate Berry (2006)..................# 2005:53 4. Mike Sweeney (1994)....................2001 5. Nathan Kipp (1998).......................1940 6. Brad Shumate (1996)....................1709 7. Tim Borer (1982)...........................1686 8. Mike Sweeney (1992)....................1660 9. Mike Sweeney (1993)....................1631 10. Keith Moser (1988).......................1580 11. Mike Dugan (1981).......................1570 12. Jay Benfield (2004)................. 1539:48 13. Nate Berry (2008).....................1455:39 14. Anthony DiFoggio (1989)...............1455 15. Anthony DiFoggio (1990)...............1452 16. Rich Schlentz (1984).....................1340 17. Charlie DeMello (2001).................1319 # denotes freshman season

Single-Game Records

Goals: 6, Jason Haupt vs. Barry, 1989 Assists: 4, Mike Sweeney vs. Chris.-Newport, 1981

Team Records (since 1981)

Longest Winning Streak 1982-83...........................................22 1996.............................................. ^ 14 2004................................................. 12 1981................................................. 11 1989................................................. 10 1998................................................... 9 1989................................................... 9 1980-81............................................. 9 1990................................................... 8 1986................................................... 8 1985................................................... 8 1985................................................... 8 1982................................................... 8 ^ Longest winning streak to open season Longest Unbeaten Streak 1982-83........................................... 24 1984................................................. 18 2004.............................................. ^ 17 1981................................................. 16 1996................................................. 14 1998................................................. 12 1995................................................. 11 1989................................................. 11 2000................................................. 10 1980-81........................................... 10 ^ Longest unbeaten streak to open season

Consec. Games Scoring a Goal 35............................................1989-91 31........................................... 1998-99 28........................................... 1982-83 25........................................... 1987-88 24........................................... 2003-04 Wins 1. 1983.................................................23 2. 1996.................................................21 3. 1985.................................................20 4. 2004.................................................19 1982.................................................19 1989.................................................19 1998.................................................19 Goals 1. 1983...............................................102 2. 1989.................................................92 3. 1998.................................................91 4. 1984.................................................85 5. 1987.................................................82 6. 1982................................................. 76 7. 1996................................................. 76 8. 2002................................................. 76 9. 1986.................................................69 10. 1997.................................................68 Assists 1. 1996.................................................75 2. 1989................................................. 74 3. 2002.................................................72 4. 1987.................................................70 5. 1983.................................................68 6. 1998.................................................65 7. 1982................................................. 61 8. 1993.................................................58 9. 1984................................................. 57 10. 1997.................................................54 Fewest Goals Allowed 1. 1983................................................... 9 2. 1981................................................. 14 3. 1982................................................. 18 4. 1999.................................................22 1994.................................................22 6. 2005.................................................23 1984.................................................23 8. 2004.................................................25 1995.................................................25 10. 1988.................................................26 1996.................................................26 Most Shutouts 1. 1983.................................................18 2. 2005................................................. 11 3. 1994.................................................11 4. 1999.................................................10 1989................................................. 10 1981................................................. 10 7. 1990................................................... 9 1986................................................... 9 1982................................................... 9 Best Winning Percentage 1. 1983............................... .940 (23-1-1) 2. 1996............................... .913 (21-2-0)

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1981............................... .868 (16-2-1) 1982............................... .863 (19-3-0) 1984................................ .857 (17-2-2) 2004............................... .848 (19-3-1) 1989............................... .812 (19-4-1)

Annual Statistical Leaders Goals 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

Thomas Campbell........................... 7 Tebatso Manyama........................... 5 Nirav Kadam................................... 5 Thomas Campbell......................... 13 Randi Patterson............................ 13 Randi Patterson............................ 18 Randi Patterson............................ 19 Randi Patterson.............................11 Chris Goos.................................... 20 Alejandro Moreno..........................11 Alejandro Moreno......................... 15 Alejandro Moreno......................... 19 Alejandro Moreno......................... 20 Siggi Eyjolfsson............................. 18 Siggi Eyjolfsson............................. 23 Jeremy Fedor................................... 9 Shawn Mahoney............................ 14 Shawn Mahoney............................ 13 Darren Powell................................ 14 Mike Gailey................................... 25 Jason Haupt.................................. 20 Jason Haupt.................................. 29 Jason Haupt.................................. 13 Jason Haupt.................................. 14 Andrew Mehalko........................... 10 Andrew Mehalko............................17 Steve Harrison...............................17 Mike Sweeney................................21 Mike Sweeney............................... 23 Lewis Johnstone............................ 14 Rui Borges.................................... 13 Lewis Johnstone............................ 28 Richard Booth................................. 9 Richard Booth................................. 7 not available not available Haluk Telimen................................. 6

Assists 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

Mike Magnotic................................ 5 Jokull Elisabetarson........................ 4 Travis Young.................................... 6 Scott Jones..................................... 9 Mike Richardson............................. 9 Scott Jones................................... 14 Randi Patterson.............................. 8 Scott Jones....................................11 Chris Goos (led NCAA)................... 20 Chris Goos.................................... 12 Chris Goos.................................... 10 Chris Goos.....................................11 Matt Farris.................................... 14 Sappia Venn................................. 12 Jeremy Fedor................................. 15 Matt Farris...................................... 9

Single-Game Team Records

Goals: 14, three times (vs. Greensboro, 1979; vs. Greensboro, 1980; vs. Catawba, 1982) Assists: 12 vs. Catawba, 1982

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Shawn Mahoney.............................. 7 Jeremy Fedor................................... 7 Darren Powell................................ 10 Hilmar Bjornsson.......................... 22 Hilmar Bjornsson.......................... 12 Jason Haupt...................................11 Hilmar Bjornsson...........................11 Hilmar Bjornsson...........................17 Chad Gorby..................................... 8 Carl Fleming..................................11 Tom Lehoczky.................................16 Willie Lopez.................................. 14 Steve Harrison.............................. 10 Eddie Radwanski............................21 Mike Sweeney............................... 13 Mike Sweeney................................11 Louis Pantuosco.............................11 Lewis Johnstone.............................. 7

Points 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Thomas Campbell..........................16 Tebatso Manyama......................... 13 Thomas Campbell......................... 29 Randi Patterson............................ 27 Randi Patterson............................ 44 Randi Patterson............................ 46 Randi Patterson............................ 24 Chris Goos (led NCAA)................... 60 Alejandro Moreno......................... 28 Chris Goos.................................... 36 Alejandro Moreno......................... 45 Siggi Eyjolfsson............................. 65 Siggi Eyjolfsson............................. 44 Siggi Eyjolfsson............................. 53 Matt Farris.................................... 25 Shawn Mahoney............................ 14 Shawn Mahoney............................ 32 Darren Powell................................ 32 Hilmar Bjornsson.......................... 46 Mike Gailey................................... 54 Jason Haupt...................................51 Jason Haupt.................................. 66 Jason Haupt.................................. 32 Willie Lopez.................................. 35 Andrew Mehalko........................... 27 Andrew Mehalko............................41 Steve Harrison.............................. 44 Eddie Radwanski........................... 56 Mike Sweeney............................... 59 Mike Sweeney............................... 33 Rui Borges.....................................31

Chris Goos

Mike Sweeney (left) in 1982 National Championship.

Alejandro Moreno

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Yearly Team Statistics Annual Team Statistics (since 1981) Season 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

GP 19 22 25 22 25 23 25 20 24 20 20 22 22 22 20 23 21 25 21 20 21 22 20 23 23 25 21 24 19

G 61 76 102 85 84 69 82 57 92 55 58 60 64 49 46 76 68 91 54 58 47 76 39 58 52 50 34 29 20

A 52 61 68 57 n/a 53 70 48 74 50 43 48 58 43 34 75 54 65 48 46 46 72 34 45 44 41 31 20 23

Pts 113 213 269 227 n/a 191 234 162 258 160 159 168 186 141 126 227 190 247 156 162 140 224 112 161 148 141 99 78 63

Sh 431 548 n/a n/a n/a n/a 363 280 357 257 317 273 315 363 242 404 357 436 284 377 300 392 270 323 414 366 306 275 234

Pct .142 .139 n/a n/a n/a n/a .226 .204 .258 .214 .183 .220 .203 .135 .190 .188 .190 .209 .190 .154 .157 .194 .144 .180 .126 .137 .111 .105 .111

GW 16 19 22 16 20 17 17 13 19 14 12 14 14 17 12 21 14 19 13 12 13 14 10 19 16 16 11 10 6

Division I Totals

414

1029

870

2,928

6,248

.165

263

W-L-T 16-2-1 19-3-0 23-1-1 17-3-2 20-5-0 18-5-0 17-7-1 13-7-0 19-4-1 14-6-0 13-6-1 14-8-0 14-6-2 17-5-0 12-5-3 21-2-0 14-7-0 19-4-2 13-8-0 12-7-1 13-8-0 14-8-0 10-8-2 19-3-1 16-6-1 16-8-1 11-8-2 10-11-3 6-10-3

JASON HAUPT

NOTE: Before 1982, statistical scoring was one point for a goal, rather than the current two points.

RUSTY PIERCE

SCOTT JONES

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NATIONAL, REGIONAL, CONF. AWARDS All-Americans

First Team (listed alphabetically) Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1997 Jason Haupt ................................................... 1989, 1990 Brian Japp . ...............................................................1985 Scott Jones................................................................2005 Randi Patterson........................................................ 2004 Eddie Radwanski . .......................................... 1983, 1984 Mike E. Sweeney .......................................................1983 Second Team (listed alphabetically) George Dyer...............................................................1984 Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1996 Carl Fleming..............................................................1988 Chris Goos.................................................................2002 Scott Jones............................................................... 2004 Randi Patterson.........................................................2005 Third Team (listed alphabetically) Siggi Eyjolfsson .........................................................1998 Steve Harrison...........................................................1985 Lewis Johnstone ........................................................1982 Scott Jones................................................................2006 Willie Lopez . .............................................................1987 Andrew Mehalko .......................................................1986

Academic All-American

First Team (listed alphabetically) Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1998 Second Team (listed alphabetically) Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1997 Mark Fulk..................................................................1990 NOTE: 1980 All Divisions; 1981-87 Division III; 1988-90 Division II; 1991-present Division I

Hermann Award

Watch List Scott Jones..................................................... 2005, 2006 Randi Patterson.............................................. 2005, 2006 Semifinalists Randi Patterson.........................................................2005

All-Region Selections

First Team (listed alphabetically)

David Burek ..............................................................1980 Hilmar Bjornsson ......................................................1990 Louie Borges .............................................................1983 Michael Colannino.....................................................1987 George Dyer...............................................................1984 Siggi Eyjolfsson .................................... 1996, 1997, 1998 Matt Farris ................................................................1996 Carl Fleming..............................................................1988 Mike Gailey......................................................1990, 1991 Chris Goos.................................................................2002 Kevin Grant................................................................1988 Doug Hamilton...........................................................1985 Tony Hannum ............................................................1987 Steve Harrison . .................................... 1984, 1985, 1986 Jason Haupt.......................................... 1988, 1989, 1990 Brian Japp...................................................... 1984, 1985 Lewis Johnstone ..............................................1981, 1982 Scott Jones...........................................2004, 2005, 2006 Tom Lehoczky.............................................................1986 Willie Lopez.................................................... 1985, 1987 Andrew Mehalko ............................................ 1985, 1986 Alejandro Moreno ......................1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

Michael Myrtetus ......................................................1986 Randi Patterson.............................................. 2004, 2005 Eddie Radwanski . .......................................... 1983, 1984 Bill Sutherland ............................................... 1987, 1989 Mike E. Sweeney .......................................................1983 Second Team (listed alphabetically) Ron Bertolaccini........................................................1985 Hilmar Bjornsson ........................................... 1989, 1992 Tim Borer ..................................................................1983 Thomas Campbell......................................................2007 Anthony DiFoggio ......................................................1990 George Dyer ................................................... 1982, 1983 Jokull Elisabetarson........................................ 2007, 2008 Carmen Federico .............................................1981, 1983 Jeremy Fedor .................................................. 1995, 1996 Mark Fulk . ................................................................1989 Kevin Grant ...............................................................1983 Alvin James................................................................1986 Scott Jones................................................................2003 Phil Long . ................................................................ 2004 Andrew Mehalko .......................................................1984 Randi Patterson.........................................................2006 Tom Steiner . .............................................................1996 Mike E. Sweeney .......................................................1982 Third Team (listed alphabetically) Hilmar Bjornsson ......................................................1991 Jokull Elisabetarson...................................................2006 Chris Goos.................................................................2000 Shawn Mahoney........................................................1994 Rusty Pierce ..............................................................1997 Darren Powell . ............................................... 1993, 1994 Mike W. Sweeney ........................................... 1993, 1994 David Worthen...........................................................2007

Conference Honors

Southern Conference (1997-present) Tournament MVP Nathan Kipp..............................................................1998 Henning Jonason............................................ 2005, 2006 Player of the Year Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1998 Chris Goos.................................................................2002 Randi Patterson.............................................. 2004, 2005 Freshman of the Year Scott Jones................................................................2003 Matt Smith............................................................... 2004 First Team (listed chronologically) Matt Farris.......................................................1997, 1998 Siggi Eyjolfsson................................................1997, 1998 Brian Freeman...........................................................1997 Justin Wisdo..............................................................1999 Alejandro Moreno................................. 1999, 2000, 2001 Mike Hemphill...........................................................2001 Chris Goos...................................................... 2001, 2002 Scott Jones................................ 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 James Goodman........................................................2003 Randi Patterson....................................2004, 2005, 2006 Phil Long.................................................................. 2004 David Worthen......................................2004, 2005, 2006 Jokull Elisabetarson..............................2005, 2007, 2008 Jay Benfield...............................................................2005 Mike Richardson........................................................2006 Thomas Campbell......................................................2007 D.J. McCurry..............................................................2007

Second Team (listed chronologically) Trey Wilson.................................................................1997 Rusty Pierce.....................................................1997, 1998 Alejandro Moreno......................................................1998 Brian Freeman...........................................................1998 T.J. Papp....................................................................1999 Cliff Patterson...........................................................2002 Randi Patterson.........................................................2003 Egill Atlason.................................................... 2003, 2004 Casey Davis.................................................... 2003, 2005 Pat Farrell................................................................. 2004 D.J. McCurry..............................................................2005 David Worthen...........................................................2007 E.J. O’Keeffe..............................................................2008 Tebatso Manyama......................................................2008 All-Tournament Team (listed chronologically) Rusty Pierce.....................................................1997, 1998 Matt Farris.................................................................1997 Siggi Eyjolfsson................................................1997, 1998 Alejandro Moreno................................. 1998, 1999, 2001 Nathan Kipp................................................... 1998, 1999 Brian Freeman...........................................................1998 Justin Towns...............................................................2001 Kenny Bundy..............................................................2001 Scott Jones................................................................2003 Egill Atlason...............................................................2003 D.J. McCurry............................................................. 2004 Matt Smith............................................................... 2004 Jamie Carlson............................................................2005 David Worthen...........................................................2005 Jokull Elisabetarson...................................................2005 Henning Jonason............................................ 2005, 2006 Matt Elliott.................................................................2006 Michael FitzGerald.....................................................2006 Players of the Week (listed chronologically) Siggi Eyjolfsson.............................................Week 8, 1997 Siggi Eyjolfsson.............................................Week 3, 1998 Nathan Kipp.................................................Week 4, 1998 Siggi Eyjolfsson.............................................Week 6, 1998 Alejandro Moreno.........................................Week 3, 1999 Chris Goos..................................................Sept. 25, 2000 Alejandro Moreno...........................................Oct. 9, 2000 Alejandro Moreno...........................................Oct. 3, 2001 Chris Goos..................................................Sept. 17, 2002 Cliff Patterson............................................. Oct. 22, 2002 Chris Goos..................................................... Nov. 5, 2002 Randi Patterson..........................................Sept. 15, 2003 Randi Patterson............................................Sept. 7, 2004 Randi Patterson..........................................Sept. 13, 2004 Phil Long........................................................Oct. 5, 2004 Randi Patterson............................................Oct. 19, 2004 Randi Patterson........................................... Oct. 26, 2004 Randi Patterson..........................................Sept. 20, 2005 Jay Benfield..................................................Oct. 18, 2005 Michael FitzGerald....................................... Oct. 25, 2005 Michael FitzGerald........................................Oct. 17, 2006 Thomas Campbell...........................................Oct. 9, 2007 Chad Janda.................................................Sept. 23, 2007 Player of the Month Randi Patterson................................................Sept. 2004 Randi Patterson................................................Sept. 2005 Jay Benfield........................................................Oct. 2005 Scott Jones........................................................ Nov. 2006 Nate Berry......................................................... Nov. 2008 Big South Conference (1992-96)

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Tournament MVP (listed chronologically) Shawn Mahoney........................................................1993 Larry Feniger..............................................................1994 Jeremy Fedor.............................................................1996 Most Valuable Player Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1996 Rookie of the Year Jeremy Fedor.............................................................1994 Coach of the Year Michael Parker..........................................................1996 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Darren McDonough....................................................1994 First Team (listed chronologically) Hilmar Bjornsson.......................................................1992 Darren Powell....................................... 1992, 1993, 1994 Shawn Mahoney........................................................1994 Tom Steiner.................................................... 1994, 1996 Mike Sweeney............................................................1994 Darren McDonough....................................................1994 Jeremy Fedor.................................................. 1995, 1996 Jimmy Kaup.................................................... 1995, 1996 Siggi Eyjolfsson..........................................................1996 Jeremy Fedor.............................................................1996 Mike Farris.................................................................1996 Luke Jamroz...............................................................1996 Second Team (listed chronologically) Shawn Mahoney........................................................1993 Darren McDonough....................................................1993 Phil Wilson.................................................................1993 Jeremy Fedor.............................................................1994 Siggi Eylofsson..........................................................1995 Matt Farris.................................................................1995 Brian Freeman................................................ 1995, 1996 Chris Putland.............................................................1995 Tom Steiner...............................................................1995 Mark Pinch................................................................1996 Brad Shumate...........................................................1996 All-Tournament Team Hilmar Bjornsson.......................................................1992 Darren Powell................................................. 1992, 1993 Mark Fulk..................................................................1992 Chris Wode................................................................1992 Shawn Mahoney............................................. 1993, 1994 Tom Steiner................................1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Mike Sweeney............................................................1993 Jeremy Fedor........................................ 1994, 1995, 1996 Jimmy Kaup.......................................... 1994, 1995, 1996 Paul Alt......................................................................1994 Brian Freeman...........................................................1995 Matt Farris.................................................................1996 Dixie Conference (1971-1987) Coach of the Year Mike Berticelli...................................... 1980, 1981, 1983 Michael Parker..........................................................1985 Player of the Year George Dyer...............................................................1982 First Team (listed chronologically) Allen McReynolds......................................................1971 Erol Balken................................................................ 1974 Mike Reece................................................................1975 Jim Swanson..............................................................1975 Rich Alexander.................................................1976, 1977 Jim Moon...................................................................1978 Neil Clay..........................................................1978, 1979 Lewis Johnstone.....................................1979, 1981, 1982

David Burek...............................................................1980 Sam Maybury.............................................................1980 Rui Borges.................................................................1980 Mike Sweeney....................................... 1981, 1982, 1983 Carmen Federico..............................................1981, 1983 Eddie Radwanski.................................. 1982, 1983, 1984 Louis Borges................................................... 1982, 1983 George Dyer.......................................... 1982, 1983, 1984 Tim Borer...................................................................1983 Steve Harrison...................................... 1984, 1985, 1986 Andrew Mehalko................................... 1984, 1985, 1986 Lou Pantuosco...........................................................1984 Brian Japp...................................................... 1984, 1985 Rich Schlentz.............................................................1985 Willie Lopez...............................................................1985 Doug Hamilton...........................................................1985

Tom Lehoczky.............................................................1986 Michael Myrtetus.......................................................1986 Tony Hannum.............................................................1987 Bill Sutherland...........................................................1987 Michael Colanino.......................................................1987 Willie Lopez...............................................................1987 Second Team (listed chronologically) Carl Fleming..............................................................1986 Willie Lopez...............................................................1986 Alvin James................................................................1986 Bill Sutherland...........................................................1986 Jason Haupt...............................................................1987 Carl Fleming..............................................................1987 (second team was added in 1986)

Spartans In the Pros Name League Buckley Andews USL A-League USL A-League

Team Carolina (GM) Charleston (GM)

Hilmar Bjornsson Allsvenskan (Sweden) Helsingborgs IF Tim Borer

MISL

Kenny Bundy

USISL

Siggi Eyjolfsson

English Division 2 Belgium Division 2 Team

Matt Farris

USL A-League USL A-League

Jeremy Fedor

USL D3 Pro

MIchael FitzGerald USL Brian Freeman USL D3 Pro

Wichita Greensboro

Raleigh Charleston Carolina Wilmington Carolina Raleigh

Mark Fulk

USISL

Greensboro

Mike Gailey

USISL ASL NPSL NPSL

Greensboro Seattle Buffalo Milwaukee

Chris Goos

USL A-League

Charleston

Doug Hamilton

NPSL NPSL MLS MLS

Kalamazoo Milwaukee Miami Los Angeles (GM)

Mike Hemphill

USISL

Greensboro

Jason Haupt

USISL USL A-League USL D3 Pro

Greensboro Carolina Carolina

Alvin James

ASL

Brian Japp

USISL USL A-League

Scott Jones

MLS USL

Ft. Lauderdale Greensboro Carolina (Coach)

Name Nathan Kipp

League USL D3 Pro

Team Carolina

Phil Long

WSL D3 Pro

Wilmington

Shawn Mahoney USL A-League

Carolina

Darren McDonough USL D3 Pro

Carolina

Alejandro Moreno

MLS MLS MLS MLS MLS

T.J. Papp

USL D3 Pro

Randi Patterson

MLS USL USSF USSF

Rusty Pierce

MLS MLS MLS USL

Mark Pinch

USL A-League

Charlotte

Darren Powell

USL D3 Pro USL D3 Pro USL A-League

Carolina Wilmington Raleigh

Eddie Radwanski

MISL USISL USL A-League USL W-2 League

Mike Richardson USL

Los Angeles San Jose Houston Columbus Philadelphia Carolina Red Bull New York Charleston Baltimore Austin New England Real Salt Lake Columbus Wilmington

Dallas, Tacoma Greensboro Carolina Piedmont (Coach) Charleston

Mike Sweeney

APSL

Boston

David Ulmsten

USISL

Greensboro

FC Dallas Puerto Rico

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1971 • 3-4-0 Coach: Terrell West

Guilford.................................L................0-2..... H at High Point......................... W...............5-0 .... A at St. Andrews........................L................0-4 .... A at Guilford............................ W...............2-0 .... A High Point............................. W...............6-3 .... H at Pfeiffer..............................L................2-8 .... A at Virginia Wesleyan*.............L................3-4 .... A

* Dixie Conference Tournament

*Christopher Newport........... W...............4-3 .... H *VA Wesleyan........................L................0-4..... H *at Greensboro......................L................2-4 .... A *Lynchburg............................L................0-5 .... H *at Methodist........................L................0-1 .... A *at St. Andrews.....................T................3-3 .... A at High Point..........................L................2-4..... A *at North Carolina Wesleyan.. L................0-4 .... A at Elon.................................. W...............3-1 .... A at Guilford.............................L................2-6 .... A Catawba................................L................4-5 .... H Pfeiffer..................................L................0-8 .... H

* Dixie Athletic Conference Games

1972 • 2-7-1 Coach: Bill Utter

High Point............................. W...............5-3 .... H at Belmont Abbey..................L................0-8 .... A Virginia Wesleyan...................L................3-5 .... H North Carolina Wesleyan........T................2-2 .... H at High Point......................... W...............3-2 .... A Guilford.................................L................0-4 .... H Pfeiffer..................................L................1-3 .... H St. Andrews...........................L................0-4 .... H Methodist..............................L................0-5 .... H at Lynchburg..........................L................0-5 .... A

1973 • 4-6-0 Coach: Bill Utter

Belmont Abbey......................L................0-5 .... H Lynchburg..............................L..............1-10 .... H at Guilford.............................L................0-4 .... A at North Carolina Wesleyan... W...............3-2 .... A at High Point......................... W...............3-2 .... A at St. Andrews........................L................1-4 .... A Methodist............................. W...............1-0..... H at Greensboro....................... W...............7-2 .... A Virginia Wesleyan...................L................3-7 .... H + at Belmont Abbey................L................1-4 .... A

+ NAIA District Tournament

1974 • 5-3-3, 5-2-0 DIAC (3rd place) Coach: Joe Lukaszewski

1976 • 2-13-1, 2-4-1 DIAC (6th) Coach: Joe Lukaszewski S 11 S 15 S 17 S 20 S 24 S 25 S 28 O 2 O 14 O 16 O 21 O 23 O 27 O 29 O 31 N 19

Atlantic Christian...................L................1-5 .... H at Belmont Abbey..................L................0-6 .... A *Averett................................ W...............7-1 .... H at Pfeiffer..............................L................0-6 .... A *at Virginia Wesleyan.............L................1-2 .... A *at Christopher Newport........L................0-2 .... A High Point..............................L................0-5 .... H Washington & Lee..................L................2-4 .... H *at Methodist........................T................0-0..... A *St. Andrews.........................L................2-4 .... H at Catawba............................L................2-7 .... A *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............1-0 .... H *Greensboro..........................L................4-5 .... H Guilford.................................L................0-9 .... H at Western Carolina...............L................0-6 .... A #at High Point........................L................1-3 .... A

* Dixie Athletic Conference Games # Gate City Soccer Classic

1977 • 5-11-2, 2-4-1 DIAC (7th) Coaches: Joe Lukaszewski & Geoff Bird S 9 S 10 S 13 S 17

+at UNC Charlotte................. W...............3-2 .... A +vs UNC Wilmington..............L................0-9 .... N at High Point..........................L................0-2 .... A *at Averett.............................L................1-2 .... A

S 21 S 23 S 26 S 28 O 1 O 4 O 8 O 13 O 22 O 25 O 30 N 3 N 11 N 12

at Elon...................................L................1-3 .... A *Virginia Wesleyan................L................1-4 .... H Belmont Abbey......................L................1-5 .... H at Guilford.............................L................0-5 .... A at Atlantic Christian...............L................0-1 .... A *at Greensboro..................... W...............4-2 .... A *Christopher Newport........... W...............1-0 .... H *Methodist............................L................0-2 .... H *at St. Andrews.....................T................1-1 .... A *at North Carolina Wesleyan.. L................0-1 .... A Western Carolina...................T................2-2 .... H Catawba............................... W...............1-0 .... H at Washington & Lee..............L................1-3 .... A at Longwood......................... W...............1-0 .... A

* Dixie Athletic Conference Games + Four Point Tournament (Charlotte, NC)

1978 • 8-10-1, 3-4-0 DIAC (6th) Coach: Geoff Bird S 1 S 2 S 12 S 16 S 20 S 26 S 29 O 3 O 7 O 8 O 11 O 13 O 15 O 17 O 26 O 29 O 30 N 3 N 11

+at UNC Charlotte..................L................0-4..... A +vs UNC Asheville................. W...............2-0 .... N High Point............................. W...............3-2 .... H *Averett.................................L................2-4 .... H Atlantic Christian...................L................2-4 .... H *Greensboro......................... W...............5-2 .... H Guilford................................ W...............3-2 .... H *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............4-1 .... H *at Virginia Wesleyan.............L................0-1..... A *at Christopher Newport........L................2-3 .... A at North Carolina...................L................0-1 .... A at Winthrop........................... W...............3-0 .... A at Eckerd...............................L................0-2 .... A at Georgia College................ W...............1-0 .... A East Carolina.........................T................2-2 .... H at Western Carolina...............L................1-3..... A *St. Andrews........................ W...............2-1 .... H *at Methodist........................L................0-1..... A Duke......................................L................1-4 .... H

* Dixie Athletic Conference Games + Four Point Tournament (Charlotte, NC)

at Belmont Abbey..................L................0-8..... A *at Virginia Wesleyan.............L................3-5 .... A *at Christopher Newport....... W...............4-2 .... A *Greensboro......................... W...............3-1 .... H *at Lynchburg........................L................0-9 .... A *at Methodist....................... W...............2-1 .... A *St. Andrews........................ W...............6-4 .... H High Point..............................T................1-1 .... H *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............3-2 .... H at Pfeiffer..............................T................1-1 .... A Guilford.................................T................1-1 .... H

* Dixie Athletic Conference Games

1975 • 4-10-1, 1-5-1 DIAC (6th) Coach: Joe Lukaszewski

at Atlantic Christian.............. W...............3-2 .... A Belmont Abbey......................L................1-6..... H Averett.................................. W...............6-0 .... H

UNCG enjoyed its best season in 1983, going 23-1-1 on its way to its second consecutive NCAA Division III National Championship. The team was inducted into the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame last fall.

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1979 • 9-5-5, 3-1-3 DIAC (4th) Coach: Geoff Bird S 7 S 8 S 11 S 15 S 19 S 25 S 27 O 2 O 6 O 7 O 11 O 13 O 15 O 17 O 20 O 24 O 30 N 3 N 7

%vs. UNC Wilmington.............L................3-4..... N %vs. UNC Asheville............... W...............2-0 .... N at High Point..........................T................2-2 .... A *at Averett.............................L................1-4 .... A North Carolina.......................L................3-4 .... H *at Greensboro..................... W.............14-0 .... A at Guilford............................ W...............3-2 .... A *at North Carolina Wesleyan.W...............3-2 .... A *Virginia Wesleyan............... W...............4-1 .... H *Christopher Newport............T................4-4 .... H Pfeiffer................................. W...............3-1 .... H at Tennessee Wesleyan......... W...............4-1 .... A at Sewanee (U. of the South)..T................1-1 ... A at Oglethorpe.........................L................2-3 .... A Longwood............................. W...............1-0 .... H at UNC Asheville................... W...............7-0 .... A *at St. Andrews.....................T................0-0 .... A *Methodist............................T................1-1 .... H at East Carolina.....................L................1-3 .... A

*Dixie Athletic Conference game % Four Point Tournament (Charlotte, NC)

1980 • 12-3-3, 5-1-1 DIAC (2nd) Coach: Mike Berticelli S 5 S 6 S 20 S 27 S 29 O 4 O 5 O 6 O 8 O 11 O 13 O 21 O 25 O 29 O 31 N 1 N 5

+vs. UNC Wilmington.............L................1-2..... N +vs. UNC Asheville................ W...............9-0..... N Catawba............................... W............ 12-0..... H at Guilford.............................T................3-3..... A *Averett.................................L................2-4..... H *at Virginia Wesleyan.............T................1-1..... A *at Christopher Newport....... W...............2-0..... A East Carolina........................ W...............2-0..... H at North Carolina State..........L................0-5..... A at Belmont Abbey..................T................1-1..... A *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............8-0..... H at Mary Washington.............. W...............2-0..... A at Longwood......................... W...............3-2..... A *Greensboro......................... W.............14-1..... H *St. Andrews........................ W...............2-0..... H at Campbell.......................... W...............3-1..... A *at Methodist....................... W...............1-0 .... A at High Point......................... W...............4-0 .... A

* Dixie Athletic Conference game + Four Point Tournament (Charlotte, NC)

1981 • 16-2-1, 6-0-0 DIAC (1st) Coach: Mike Berticelli Final ISAA Ranking: 4th S 4 S 5 S 13 S 16 S 19 S 22 S 29 O 1 O 3 O 7 O 8 O 11 O 14 O 16

at UNC Wilmington................ W...............1-0 .... A at UNC Charlotte....................L................0-3..... A Christopher Newport............. W.............11-0 .... H Guilford................................ W...............2-0 .... H at Lynchburg......................... W...............3-1 .... A Catawba............................... W...............4-0 .... H at Wake Forest.......................T................2-2 .... A at North Carolina Wesleyan... W...............3-0 .... A Virginia Wesleyan.................. W...............6-0 .... H at East Carolina................. W (ot)............3-1 .... A at St. Andrews....................... W...............3-1 .... A at Duke................................. W...............2-1 .... A at Averett.............................. W...............3-2 .... A at Eckerd.............................. W...............1-0 .... A

O 18 O 20 O 31 N N

at Flagler.............................. W...............3-0 .... A at Emory............................... W...............7-0 .... A Methodist............................. W...............6-0 .... H at Trenton State +................. W...............1-0 .... A vs. Glassboro State +.............L................0-3..... N

+ NCAA South / NJ Regional (at Ewing, NJ)

DIXIE ATHLETIC CONF. CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS

1982 • 19-3-0, 5-1-0 DIAC (t-1st) Coach: Mike Berticelli S 8 S 11 S 15 S 20 S 23 S 29 O 2 O 3 O 6 O 11 O 13 O 15 O 17 O 22 O 24 O 28 O 30 N 28

at Guilford............................ W...............5-2 .... A Roanoke............................... W...............1-0 .... H Pfeiffer................................. W...............3-1 .... H *Averett.................................L................1-2..... H High Point............................. W...............2-1 .... H *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............3-1 .... H at *Virginia Wesleyan............ W...............2-0 .... A at *Christopher Newport....... W...............4-1 .... A Catawba............................... W.............14-1 .... H *St. Andrews........................ W.............11-1 .... H Wake Forest.......................... W...............3-0 .... H at Appalachian State............ W...............5-0 .... A at Clemson............................L................0-2..... A at Elon.................................. W...............1-0 .... A East Carolina........................ W...............4-0 .... H Notre Dame........................L (ot).............1-3 .... H at *Methodist....................... W...............5-0 .... A vs. Lynchburg +..................... W...............3-0 .... N vs. Glassboro State +............ W...............3-1 .... N at Plymouth St. %.............. W (2ot)...........2-1 .... A at Cortland St. ^................ W (ot)............1-0 .... A Bethany $............................. W...............2-1 .... H

*Dixie Athletic Conference game +NCAA South / NJ Regional (Union, NJ) % NCAA Quarterfinal (Plymouth, MA) ^ NCAA Semifinal (Cortland, NY) $ NCAA Final (Greensboro, NC)

NCAA DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS DIXIE ATHLETIC CONF. CHAMPIONS (BERTICELLI NAMED NAT’L COACH OF THE YEAR)

1983 • 23-1-1, 7-0-0 DIAC (1st) Coach: Mike Berticelli S 3 S 7 S 10 S 11 S 13 S 17 S 18 S 21 S 24 S 27 S 29 O 1 O 2 O 5 O 8 O 10 O 12 O 22 O 25 O 29 N 5

Western Carolina.................. W...............7-0 .... H Guilford................................ W...............5-0 .... H at Randolph-Macon.............. W...............3-0 .... A at Mary Washington.............. W...............2-1 .... A at Pfeiffer............................. W...............6-0 .... A at Georgia State.................... W...............3-0 .... A at Emory............................... W...............7-0 .... A High Point............................. W...............3-0 .... H *Methodist........................... W...............5-0 .... H *Greensboro......................... W............ 12-0 .... H *at North Carolina Wesleyan.W...............6-0 .... A *Virginia Wesleyan............... W...............5-0 ... H *Christopher Newport........... W...............6-0 ... H at East Carolina.................... W...............6-1 ... A Erskine ................................ W...............1-0 .... H *at St. Andrews.................... W...............7-0 .... A at Wake Forest.......................T................1-1 .... A *at Averett............................ W...............3-1 .... A North Carolina.......................L................0-2..... H Elon...................................... W...............4-1 .... H at Roanoke........................... W...............4-0 .... A

N 12 N 19 N 27 D 3

Glassboro State +................. W...............2-0 .... H Kean +.................................. W...............1-0 .... H Plymouth St. #................ W (ot/pk).........1-0..... H Claremont $.......................... W...............3-2 .... H

+ NCAA South Regional (Greensboro, NC) # NCAA Semifinal (Greensboro, NC) $ NCAA Final (Greensboro, NC)

NCAA DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS DIXIE ATHLETIC CONF. CHAMPIONS

1984 • 17-2-2, 7-0-0 DIAC (1st) Final ISAA Ranking: 1st Coach: Michael Parker at Guilford............................ W...............3-1 .... A at Virginia...........................L (ot).............0-1 .... A at High Point......................... W...............5-3 .... A Elon .................................. W (ot)............4-1 .... H Pfeiffer................................. W.............11-1 .... H *Greensboro......................... W.............11-1 .... H at Massachusetts................. W...............2-0 .... A at Lafayette............................T................0-0 .... A at *Virginia Wesleyan............ W...............5-0 .... A at *Christopher Newport....... W...............4-0 .... A Wake Forest....................... W (ot)............3-2 .... H *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............3-2 .... H *St. Andrews........................ W...............8-0 .... H at Florida International...........T................1-1 .... A *Averett................................ W...............3-0 .... H Washington & Lee [HC]......... W...............7-0 .... H at *Methodist....................... W...............3-1 .... A Appalachian State................ W...............4-0 .... H N 9 North Carolina Wesley.+.. W (ot/pk).........2-1 .... H N 10 Bethany+.............................. W...............2-0 .... H N 17 at Rochester Tech#................L................1-4 .... A + NCAA South Regional (Greensboro, NC) # NCAA Quarterfinal (Rochester, NY)

NCAA QUARTERFINALS DIXIE ATHLETIC CONF. CHAMPIONS

1985 • 20-5-0, 7-0-0 DIAC (1st) Coach: Michael Parker N 9 N 10 N 17

Catawba............................... W...............3-1 .... H at Duke..................................L................0-3..... A High Point............................. W...............2-1 .... H Roanoke............................... W...............5-0 .... H at *Greensboro..................... W.............10-1 .... A at UNC Charlotte....................L................1-2 .... A at South Carolina...................L................1-2 .... A at *St. Andrews.................... W............ 12-0 .... A *Virginia Wesleyan............... W...............6-1 .... H *Christopher Newport........... W...............2-0 .... H at Wake Forest...................... W...............2-1 .... A at Appalachian State............ W...............5-2 .... A at North Carolina.................. W...............2-1 .... A Guilford................................ W...............3-0 .... H at *Averett............................ W...............4-1 .... A at Flagler...............................L................1-2 .... A at Rollins...............................L................0-1 .... A Winthrop [HC]....................... W...............3-0 .... H *Methodist........................... W...............3-1 .... H at *North Carolina Wesleyan.W...............3-1 .... A Emory+................................. W...............4-1 .... H Bethany+.............................. W...............2-0 .... H Salem State#........................ W...............3-0 .... H

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DIXIE ATHLETIC CONF. CHAMPIONS

1987 • 17-7-1, 6-1-0 DIAC (t-1st) Coach: Michael Parker

UNCG’s Louie Borges fights through a pair of Bethany defenders in the 1982 national championship game. N 24 Fredonia State%................... W...............2-0 .... H D 8 at Washington (MO)$............ W...............5-0..... A + NCAA South Regional * NCAA Quarterfinal % NCAA Semifinal $ NCAA Final (St. Louis, MO)

NCAA DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS DIXIE ATHLETIC CONFE. CHAMPIONS (PARKER NAMED NAT’L COACH OF THE YEAR)

A 29 S 3 S 6 S 8 S 12 S 13 S 16 S 20 S 22 S 26 S 27 O 3 O 7 O 10 O 14 O 18 O 22 O 24 O 28 O 31 N 21

* NCAA South Regional (at NC Wesleyan) ** NCAA Quarterfinal (Greensboro, NC) *** NCAA Semifinal (Greensboro, NC) **** NCAA Final (Greensboro, NC)

NCAA DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

1988 • 13-7-0 Final ISAA Poll Ranking: 13th Coach: Michael Parker

1986 • 18-5-0, 6-1-0 DIAC (1st) Coach: Michael Parker S 1 S 5 S 13 S 17 S 20 S 23 S 27 S 28 O 2 O 5 O 8 O 13 O 15 O 18 O 21 O 25 O 29 N 2 N 5 N 9 N 22

USC Spartanburg.................. W...............2-0 .... H Guilford................................ W...............6-0 .... H at UNC Charlotte................... W...............4-2 .... A *Greensboro......................... W...............2-1 .... H at Catawba.........................L (ot).............2-3..... A *St. Andrews........................ W...............4-0 .... H at *Christopher Newport........L................1-2 .... A at *Virginia Wesleyan............ W...............2-0 .... A Wake Forest.......................... W...............2-0 .... H at William & Mary..................L................0-4 .... A Duke......................................L................0-3 .... H *North Carolina Wesleyan..... W...............5-3 .... H *Averett............................. W (ot)............1-0 .... H at Nova................................. W...............7-1 .... A at Boca Raton........................L................2-5 .... A Charleston (WV) [HC]............. W...............5-0 .... H at *Methodist....................... W...............3-1 .... A Appalachian State................ W...............7-2 .... H at Winthrop........................... W...............3-2 .... A Johns Hopkins +.................... W...............3-0 .... H Bethany +............................. W...............3-2 .... H Fredonia State #............. W (ot/pk).........3-2 .... H UC San Diego $..................... W...............2-0 .... H

+ NCAA South Regional (Greensboro, NC) # NCAA Semifinal (Greensboro, NC) $ NCAA Final (Greensboro, NC)

NCAA DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Atlantic Christian.................. W.............10-0 .... H at Appalachian State............ W...............3-1 .... A at Clemson............................L................0-3 .... A at Guilford............................ W...............2-0 .... A at Emory............................... W...............5-0 .... A at Georgia State..................T (ot).............2-2 .... A Greensboro........................... W...............3-0 .... H William & Mary......................L................0-1..... H at Duke..................................L................0-1 .... A Christopher Newport............. W...............5-1 .... H Virginia Wesleyan.................. W...............3-1 .... H Catawba................................L................2-1 .... H at St. Andrews....................... W...............7-0 .... A at North Carolina Wesleyan....L................2-3 .... A at Averett.............................. W.............10-1 .... A at Flagler.............................. W...............3-2 .... A at Wake Forest.......................L................1-3 .... A North Carolina.......................L................1-2 .... H Methodist............................. W...............5-0 .... H Virginia Tech [HC].................. W...............4-0 .... H at North Carolina Wesley.+.W (ot/pk).......4-3 .... A vs. Bethany +........................ W...............2-1 .... N Rochester Tech #.................. W...............2-0 .... H Salem State %...................... W...............2-1 .... H Washington (MO) $............... W...............6-1 .... H

S 4

Appalachian State.................L................2-1 .... H

S 7 S 17 S 21 S 24 S 25 O 4 O 9 O 12 O 14 O 16 O 29

Guilford................................ W...............7-3 .... H at Bridgeport.........................L................1-2..... A at Lock Haven.................... W (ot)............3-1 .... A at Methodist......................... W...............1-0 .... A Winthrop............................... W...............9-0 .... H Wake Forest.......................... W...............2-0 .... H Shippensburg....................... W...............3-0 .... H Tampa...................................L................0-3 .... H at Davidson.......................... W...............4-1 .... A at Virginia Tech......................L................0-2 .... A North Carolina Wesleyan....... W...............1-0 .... H George Washington ........... W (ot)............2-1 .... H Catawba ........................... W (ot)............2-1 .... H at Clemson............................L................2-3 .... A at S. Connecticut St. ..........L (ot).............1-2 .... A at Lynchburg......................... W...............5-1 .... A at North Carolina...................L................2-4 .... A Davis & Elkins [HC]............... W...............6-0 .... H at Longwood......................... W...............5-0 .... A

1989 • 19-4-1 Final ISAA Poll Ranking: t-1st Coach: Michael Parker

at North Carolina State..........L................0-2..... A at Duke..................................L................1-3 .... A Greensboro........................... W...............3-0 .... H UNC Asheville....................... W...............7-1 .... H Methodist............................. W ..............6-0 .... H Lynchburg............................. W.............10-0 .... H College of Charleston............ W...............8-4 .... H at Wake Forest...................... W...............1-0 .... A Barry.................................... W...............9-0 .... H Davidson.............................. W...............5-3 .... H C.W. Post.............................. W...............4-1 .... H at George Washington............L................0-1 .... A at Catawba.........................T (ot).............1-1 .... A at Rollins.............................. W...............3-2 .... A at Tampa.............................. W...............3-1 .... A Virginia Tech......................... W...............2-0 .... H at USC Spartanburg.............. W...............3-0 .... A North Carolina................... W (ot)............4-3 .... H Coastal Carolina [HC]............ W...............3-0 .... H Longwood............................. W...............7-0 .... H at Davis & Elkins................... W...............5-0 .... A

UNCG captured the 1985 NCAA Division III National Championship with an amazing 5-0 victory over Washington (MO) in St. Louis.

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N 19 Tampa +............................... W...............2-1 .... H D 2 Gannon #.............................. W...............4-2 .... H D 3 New Hampshire St. $..............L................1-3 .... H + NCAA Second Round # NCAA Semifinal $ NCAA Final

NCAA DIV. II RUNNER-UP

1990 • 14-6-0 Final ISAA Poll Ranking: 4th Coach: Michael Parker S 2 S 5 S 8 S 12 S 16 S 19 S 22 S 23 S 26 S 29 S 30 O 3 O 7 O 14 O 16 O 20 O 24 O 27 N 4 N 18

at Clemson........................... W...............2-1 .... A Elon...................................... W...............3-0 .... H Catawba............................... W...............1-0 .... H at Furman............................. W...............2-0 .... A at Virginia Tech..................... W...............1-0 .... A Southern Indiana.................. W...............5-0 .... H vs. Florida Tech +...............W (OT)............4-2 .... N at Oakland +......................... W...............2-1 .... A at Davidson...........................L................1-5..... A Rollins.................................. W...............4-0..... H Gannon..................................L................2-0..... H at College of Charleston.........L................1-3..... A at UNC Asheville................... W...............3-2..... A at Coastal Carolina................L................2-5..... A at Campbell.......................... W...............3-0..... A Florida Atlantic..................... W...............7-0..... H at North Carolina State..........L................3-4..... A USC Spartanburg [HC].......... W...............3-1..... H Davis & Elkins....................... W...............7-0..... H Florida Tech #........................L................1-2..... H

+ Oakland Tournament # NCAA Regional

1991 • 13-6-1 Coach: Michael Parker S 7 S 11 S 14 S 18 S 20 S 22 S 25 S 27 S 29 O 3 O 5 O 9 O 13 O 15 O 19 O 20 O 23 O 26 O 30 N 2

Campbell.............................. W...............3-1 .... H North Carolina State............. W...............2-1 .... H Virginia Tech..........................L................1-3..... H UNC Charlotte........................L................0-3 .... H vs. Radford +.........................L................4-5 .... N vs. Vanderbilt +..................... W...............6-1 .... N Furman..................................L................0-3 .... H Davidson........................... W (ot)............4-2 .... H Navy..................................... W...............3-1 .... H at Catawba........................... W...............5-4 .... A Ohio State [HC]..................... W...............6-0 .... H Coastal Carolina....................T................0-0 .... H at South Alabama...............L (ot).............1-4 .... A at West Florida...................... W...............1-0 .... A vs. Vermont #......................L (ot).............1-2 .... N vs. Jacksonville #.................. W...............3-1 .... N at VCU.................................. W...............2-1 .... A UNC Asheville....................... W...............4-2 .... H Greensboro........................... W.............10-0 .... H at Liberty........................... W (ot)............2-1 .... A

S 5 S 9 S 11 S 13 S 18 S 20 S 23 S 26 S 30 O 2 O 3 O 7 O 10 O 14 O 17 O 21 O 25 O 28 O 31 N 3 N 6 N 7

VMI....................................... W...............4-1 .... H at Virginia Tech..................... W...............2-0 .... A at San Francisco #.................L................0-4..... A vs. St. Mary’s #..................... W...............2-0 .... N vs. Navy &............................. W...............4-2..... N vs. Tulsa &............................ W...............2-0 .... N Catawba................................L................0-3..... H *George Mason ................ W (ot)............5-4 .... H *at Campbell.........................L................1-4 .... A South Alabama..................... W...............2-0 .... N Georgia State [HC]................ W...............5-2 .... N *Radford .......................... W (ot)............7-6 .... N Vanderbilt ......................... W (ot)............7-2 .... N *Appalachian State.............. W...............5-2 .... N at Coastal Carolina................L................0-6 .... A *at Davidson.........................L................0-3 .... A *at UNC Charlotte ..............L (ot).............1-2 .... A VCU...................................... W...............4-1 .... H *Liberty.................................L................1-2..... H vs. Liberty ^.......................... W...............6-3 .... N vs. Towson State ^................ W...............2-0 .... N vs. Campbell ^.......................L................0-5..... N

# Met Life Classic at San Francisco & UNC Chapel Hill Tournament * Big South Conference match (against conf. or desig. team) ^ Big South Tournament match (Rock Hill, SC)

1993 • 14-5-2, 6-2-1 Big South (1st) Coach: Michael Parker S 4 S 8 S 11 S 15 S 18 S 22 S 24 S 26 S 29 O 2 O 9 O 13 O 16 O 19 O 23 O 24 O 27 O 31 N 4 N 5 N 6 N 14

Georgetown.......................... W...............8-2 .... H at Appalachian State..........L (ot).............2-4..... A at *UNC Asheville................. W...............3-0 .... A *Winthrop............................ W...............4-2 .... H at *Radford.......................... W...............1-0 .... A at *Liberty.............................L................0-4 .... A Central Florida....................T (ot).............3-3 .... H San Francisco ....................L (ot).............1-2 .... H *Coastal Carolina................. W...............1-0 .... H *Charleston Southern........... W...............7-0 .... H Virginia Tech [HC].................. W...............2-1 .... H Davidson........................... W (ot)............4-1 .... H at *UMBC ..........................T (ot).............3-3 ... A at *Towson State.................. W...............3-0 .... A vs. Creighton#.......................L................0-2 .... N vs. Louisville#....................... W...............7-2 .... N *Campbell*..........................L................1-3 .... H UNC Charlotte....................... W...............3-0 .... H Towson State^...................... W...............6-0 .... H UMBC ^................................ W...............3-1 .... H Campbell ^........................... W...............2-1 .... H at Clemson %.........................L................0-2 .... A

* Big South Conference match ^ Big South Tournament match (Greensboro, NC) # Charlotte Soccer Found. Classic % NCAA First Round (Clemson, SC)

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND BIG SOUTH CONFERFENCE CHAMPIONS

+ UNC Chapel Hill Tournament # UNC Charlotte Tournament

1992 • 14-8-0, 3-4-0 Big South (t-6th) Coach: Michael Parker

1994 • 17-5-0, 7-1-0 Big South (1st) Coach: Michael Parker S 3 S 7

East Carolina........................ W...............5-0 .... H Appalachian State................ W...............5-2 .... H

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at UNC Wilmington................ W...............2-0 .... A *Liberty................................ W...............4-1 .... H *Towson State...................... W...............3-0 .... H at Virginia Tech...................L (ot).............1-3..... A Charleston (WV).................... W...............2-0 .... H American.............................. W...............3-0 .... H *UNC Asheville..................... W...............2-0 .... H at Campbell...........................L................2-4 .... A at George Mason.................. W...............1-0 .... A at UNC Charlotte....................L................0-3 .... A *at Charleston Southern....... W...............3-0 .... A *at Coastal Carolina............. W...............3-1 .... A *Radford.............................. W...............3-1 .... H *UMBC..................................L................0-1 .... H *at Winthrop......................... W...............2-0 .... A Coll of Charleston [HC].......... W...............2-0 ... H Coastal Carolina +............. W (ot)............1-0 ... H Liberty +............................ W (ot)............3-2 ... H Furman %............................. W...............2-1 ... H at Virginia $...........................L................0-3 .... A

* Big South Conference match + Big South Tournament (Greensboro, NC) % NCAA Play-In (Greensboro, NC) $ NCAA First Round (Charlottesville, VA)

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND BIG SOUTH CONF. CHAMPIONS

1995 • 12-5-3, 5-0-2 Big South (1st) Coach: Michael Parker S 4 S 6 S 8 S 9 S 13 S 16 S 17 S 22 S 24 S 27 S 30 O 3

at USC Spartanburg...............L................0-1..... A Campbell............................T (ot).............1-1 .... H vs. James Madison #..............L................0-2..... N vs. Richmond #..................... W...............5-2 .... N *at Liberty......................... W (ot)............2-1 .... A vs. Vanderbilt $..................... W...............2-1 .... N vs. South Alabama $..............L................1-2 .... N vs. South Florida %............... W...............1-0 .... N at Florida International %...... W...............2-1 .... A *at UNC Asheville................. W...............1-0 .... A *Coastal Carolina [HC]......... W...............1-0 .... H Virginia Tech......................... W...............4-1 .... H

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*Charleston Southern........... W...............8-2 .... H *at Radford........................T (ot).............3-3 .... A at UMBC ............................T (ot).............1-1 .... A *Winthrop............................ W...............6-0 .... H Appalachian State................ W...............6-2 .... H vs. Liberty**......................... W...............2-0 .... N at Coastal Carolina**............L................0-2 .... A at Duke***ay........................L................0-3..... A

# Nike Challenge Cup $ Reebok Invitational % FIU/Umbro Invitational * Big South Conference match ** Big South Tournament (Conway, SC) *** NCAA Tournament First Round (Durham, NC)

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND

1996 • 21-2-0, 7-0-0 Big South (1st) Final NSCAA Poll Ranking: 16th Final Soccer America Poll Ranking: 7th Coach: Michael Parker A 31 S 4 S 7 S 13 S 14 S 21 S 24 S 28 O 1 O 5 O 9 O 12 O 15 O 18 O 20 O 25 O 27 O 30 N 2 N 9 N 10 N 16 N 24

Richmond............................. W...............2-1 .... H at Campbell ...................... W (ot)............4-3 .... A Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo...... W...............4-3 .... H vs. Old Dominion #................ W...............3-0 .... N at William & Mary #.............. W...............2-1 .... A *Radford.............................. W...............3-0 .... H at Davidson.......................... W...............5-0 .... A *UMBC................................. W...............6-1 .... H at Appalachian State............ W...............4-1 .... A UNC Wilmington [HC]............ W...............1-0 .... H *at Winthrop......................... W...............3-1 .... A *at Charleston Southern....... W...............2-0 .... A *UNC Asheville..................... W...............5-2 .... H Hartwick $......................... W (ot)............5-1 .... H Florida International$............L................1-3..... H vs. UAB (OT)%....................... W...............4-3 .... N at Vanderbilt%...................... W...............3-0 .... A *Liberty................................ W...............3-2 .... H *at Coastal Carolina............. W...............3-1 .... A Liberty +............................... W...............4-1 .... H Radford +............................. W...............2-0 .... H Furman ^.............................. W...............7-1 .... H Notre Dame &........................L................0-1..... H

# Tribe Soccer Classic $ MetLife Spartan Classic % Vanderbilt Tournament * Big South Conference match + Big South Tournament ^ NCAA Play-In (Greensboro, NC) & NCAA First Round (Greensboro, NC)

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND BIG SOUTH CONF. CHAMPIONS

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! adidas/Spartan Classic # adidas/Carolina Classic $ Umbro Classic * Southern Conference match ^ SoCon Tournament match (quarterfinals at Greensboro, semifinals and finals at Greenville, SC)

1998 • 19-4-2, 7-1-0 SoCon (t-1st) Final NSCAA Poll Rank: 13th Final Soccer America Poll Rank: 17th Coach: Michael Parker S 1 S 4 S 6 S 11 S 13 S 16 S 18 S 20 S 23 S 26 S 29 O 3 O 7 O 11 O 14 O 17 O 24 O 27 O 31 N 3 N 7 N 8 N 15 N 22 N 28

at Richmond..........................L................0-1 .... A Campbell.............................. W...............3-1 .... H Georgia State....................... W...............5-0 .... H Miami (OH) !......................... W...............6-0 .... H William & Mary !....................L................1-3 .... H vs. Creighton #...................... W...............4-0 .... N vs. Radford #........................ W...............1-0 .... N vs. Butler $........................... W...............5-0 .... N at Florida International $........L................1-5 .... A

Richmond..............................T................0-0..... H vs. Marshall & ................... W (ot)............3-2 .... N vs. Rider &............................ W...............5-1 .... N Kentucky % .......................W (OT)............1-0 .... N Wright State % .................. L (OT)............2-3 .... N *at Furman............................L................3-4 .... A vs. Cornell $.......................... W...............2-0 .... N vs. Dayton $.......................... W...............4-3 .... N Campbell ..........................W (OT)............1-0 .... H *Appalachian State*............ W...............4-0 .... H *at Davidson........................ W...............4-1 .... A Hofstra [HC].......................... W...............4-1 .... H *Wofford.............................. W...............5-1 .... H *at Georgia Southern............ W...............8-1 .... A *at College of Charleston...... W...............5-1 .... A North Carolina .................. T (OT)............2-2 .... H *VMI.................................... W...............9-0 .... H *The Citadel......................... W...............9-0 .... H Duke ................................. L (OT)............2-3 .... H The Citadel ^........................ W...............8-2 .... H Coll of Charleston ^.............. W...............5-1 .... N Furman ^.............................. W...............1-0 .... N South Alabama!.................... W...............1-0 .... H at Washington #.................... W...............2-1 .... A at Santa Clara +.....................L................1-4 .... A

& Davidson Invitational % adidas/Spartan Classic $ NIKE/Carolina Classic * Southern Conference match ^ SoCon Tournament match ! NCAA Play-In # NCAA Tourn. First Round + NCAA Tourn. Second Round

1997 • 14-7-0, 6-1-0 SoCon (1st) Coach: Michael Parker A 30 S 2 S 5 S 12 S 14 S 19 S 21 S 26 S 28

*Davidson..........................L (ot).............2-3 .... H Central Florida [HC]...............L................0-2 .... H *at VMI................................. W...............4-1 .... A at Duke..................................L................1-4..... A *at Wofford.......................... W...............2-1 .... A *at Appalachian St............ W (ot)............2-1 .... A *Furman............................ W (ot)............1-0 .... H *at The Citadel..................... W............ 12-2 .... A *Georgia Southern................ W...............4-0 .... H The Citadel ^........................ W...............7-1 .... H vs. Georgia Southern ^.......... W...............6-1 .... N at Furman ^...........................L................1-3 .... A

NCAA TOURNAMENT SECOND ROUND SOUTHERN CONF. CO-CHAMPIONS

1999 • 13-8-0, 7-1-0 SoCon (2nd) Coach: Michael Parker S 1 S 4 S 7 S 10

Campbell.............................. W...............2-0 .... H at Hofstra..............................L................2-3 .... A *Davidson............................ W...............4-0 .... H Iona$.................................... W...............2-0 .... H

S 12 S 18 S 19 S 22 S 25 S 30 O 2 O 9 O 12 O 16 O 23 O 26 O 30 O 31 N 5 N 6 N 7

VCU$.....................................L................1-2 .... H vs. UAB#................................L................1-2 .... N vs. Lehigh#........................... W...............4-1 .... N North Carolina.......................L................0-3 .... H *at Wofford.......................... W...............5-0 .... A *at VMI................................. W...............4-2 .... A Wake Forest [HC]...................L................0-1 .... H *Coll of Charleston............... W...............2-0 .... H *at The Citadel..................... W...............8-0 .... A *Furman................................L................1-3 .... H *Georgia Southern................ W...............4-1 .... H *at Appalachian State.......... W...............3-0 .... A vs. Duke&..............................L................0-1 .... N at North Carolina State&....... W...............1-0 .... A vs. Wofford**....................... W...............5-0 .... N vs. Davidson**..................... W...............3-0 .... N vs. Furman**.........................L................2-3 .... N

$ adidas/Spartan Classic # NIKE/Carolina Classic & Big Four Tournament, Raleigh, NC * Southern Conference match ** SoCon Tournament

2000 • 12-7-1, 6-2-0 SoCon (t-2nd) Coach: Michael Parker S 2 S 6 S 8 S 12 S 15 S 16 S 20 S 23 S 27 S 30 O 4 O 7 O 10 O 13 O 15 O 21 O 24 O 27 O 29 O 31

at Old Dominion.................... W...............3-0 .... A Coastal Carolina....................L................0-2 .... H at Wake Forest.......................L................1-2 .... A at Furman..............................L................1-3 .... A vs. Kentucky#....................... W...............2-1 .... N vs. Denver#........................... W...............2-1 .... N *at Georgia Southern............ W...............3-1 .... A *VMI.................................... W...............7-1 .... H *Wofford.............................. W...............8-1 .... H William & Mary [HC]............T (ot).............2-2 .... H *at Coll of Charleston........... W...............4-1 .... A *The Citadel......................... W...............6-2 .... H at Radford............................ W...............1-0 .... A Rider$.................................. W...............3-1 .... H Dartmouth$...........................L................1-2 .... H *Appalachian State...............L................2-3 .... H *at Davidson........................ W...............4-2 .... A North Carolina State&.......... W...............6-0 .... H Duke&...................................L................0-5 .... H at Coll of Charleston**..........L................2-3 .... A

$ adidas/Spartan Classic # NIKE/Carolina Classic & Big Four Tournament * Southern Conference match ** SoCon Tournament match

2001 • 13-8-0, 6-2-0 SoCon (t-2nd) Coach: Michael Parker S 1 S 6 S 16 S 22 S 26 S 29 O 3 O 6 O 9 O 12 O 14 O 16 O 20 O 23

Old Dominion ................... W (2ot)...........2-1 .... H *Davidson.............................L................1-2 .... H at North Carolina...................L................1-2 .... A at William & Mary ..............L (ot).............1-2 .... A *at Wofford.......................... W...............4-0 .... A *Georgia Southern [HC]........ W...............9-1 .... H Wake Forest ......................L (2ot)............0-1 .... H *Coll of Charleston .......... W (2ot)...........3-2 .... H *at The Citadel..................... W...............4-1 .... A South Florida^....................L (ot).............1-2 .... H Georgia State^..................... W...............3-0 .... H *at VMI................................. W...............4-2 .... A Campbell.............................. W...............2-1 .... H *at Appalachian State.......... W...............2-1 .... A

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at Duke %......................... W (2ot)...........2-1 .... A vs. North Carolina State%..... W...............3-2 .... N at Virginia..............................L................1-7 .... A *Furman................................L................1-3 .... H vs. VMI**............................. W...............1-0 .... N vs. Georgia Southern**........ W...............1-0 .... N vs. Furman**.........................L................1-2..... N

* Southern Conference match ** Southern Conference Tournament ^ adidas/Spartan Classic % Big Four Tournament (Durham, NC)

2002 • 14-8-0, 5-3-0 SoCon (t-4th) Coach: Michael Parker A 31 S 8 S 15 S 16 S 18 S 21 S 25 S 28 O 1 O 8 O 12 O 15 O 19 O 22 O 25 O 27 O 29 N 2 N 5 N 9 N 15 N 16

Mercer.................................. W...............3-0 .... H at Clemson............................L................1-3..... A at South Florida &................. W...............4-3 .... A vs. Stetson &........................ W...............3-0 .... N at Campbell.......................... W...............8-1 .... A *at Furman.........................L (ot).............3-4 .... A at Wake Forest.......................L................0-3 .... A Liberty [HC]........................... W...............3-2 .... H *at Coll of Charleston............L................2-4..... A at Virginia Tech......................L................2-3..... A High Point............................. W...............3-2 .... H *at Georgia Southern............ W...............3-2..... A *Appalachian State.............. W...............4-1 .... H *at Davidson.........................L................3-8 .... A vs. Duke #..............................L................1-2 .... N vs. North Carolina State #..... W...............2-1 .... N *Wofford.............................. W...............9-0 .... H Elon...................................... W...............6-1 .... H *The Citadel......................... W.............11-2 .... H *VMI.................................... W...............3-0..... H vs. Coll of Charleston^.......... W...............2-1..... N vs. Furman^...........................L................0-3 .... N

Jay benfield goes high in the for a ball against north carolina in a game in 2004. uncg’s win over the tar heels, 1-0, lifted the program to its first no. 1 ranking at the division i level. $ SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

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* Southern Conference match ^ SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) & South Florida Classic (Tampa, FL) # Big Four Tournament (Charlotte, NC)

2003 • 10-8-2, 4-1-2 SoCon (3rd) Coach: Michael Parker A 30 S 3 S 7 S 12 S 14 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 7 O 10 O 12 O 14 O 18 O 24 O 26 O 28 N 4 N 8 N 14 N 15

at Coastal Carolina................L................0-1..... A at High Point......................... W...............3-0 .... A *at Elon................................ W...............2-0 .... A vs. VCU%.............................. W...............3-1 .... N vs. Michigan%....................L (ot).............3-4 .... N *Georgia Southern..............T (ot).............2-2 .... H *College of Charleston.......... W...............2-1 .... H *Furman [HC].....................T (ot).............1-1 .... H *Davidson............................ W...............3-1 .... H Kentucky!..............................L................1-3 .... H Mercer!................................ W...............3-1 .... H at Appalachian State.............L................0-1 .... A at Winthrop........................... W...............5-2 .... A vs. Duke^...............................L................1-3 .... N vs. North Carolina State^.......L................1-2 .... N Virginia................................. W...............1-0 .... H *at Wofford.......................... W...............4-0 .... A Wake Forest ..........................L................0-2..... H vs. Georgia Southern$........... W...............2-1 .... N vs. College of Charleston$.. L (2ot)............2-3..... N

* Southern Conference match

The 2005 UNCG men’s soccer team advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s third round, giving the program its second straight Round of 16 appearance. The Spartans finished with a 16-6-1 mark, sharing the SoCon Regular Season crown and winning the conference tournament title.

% Tar Heel Classic (Chapel Hill, NC) ! adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, NC) ^ Big Four Tournament (Charlotte, NC)

2004 • 19-3-1, 6-0-1 SoCon (1st) Coach Michael Parker Final NSCAA Poll Rank: 9th S1 S4 S 10 S 12

Virginia Tech......................... W...............2-1..... H Clemson............................... W...............2-0..... H vs. UAB&.............................. W...............4-2..... N vs. Vanderbilt&.................. W (ot)............5-4..... N

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at Wake Forest...................... W...............2-1..... A Appalachian State*.............. W...............5-0..... H North Carolina...................... W...............1-0..... H at Furman*........................... W...............2-1..... A at Georgia Southern*............ W...............3-1..... A at Davidson*........................ W...............2-1..... A Coastal Carolina!.................. W...............2-0..... H Mercer!................................ W...............1-0..... H Wofford*.............................. W...............5-0..... H at Charlotte.......................... W...............4-2..... A High Point.......................... W (ot)............3-2..... H at Coll. of Charleston............ W...............3-1..... A at UNC Wilmington.................L................2-3..... A

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Winthrop............................... W...............2-1..... H Wofford#.............................. W...............4-0..... H vs. Davidson#........................L................1-2..... N Coll. of Charleston %............. W...............2-1..... H UC Santa Barbara +............L (ot).............0-1..... H

* Southern Conference match # Southern Conference Tournament % NCAA Tournament Second Round (Greensboro, NC) + NCAA Tournament Third Round (Greensboro, NC) ! UNCG/adidas Classic & Davidson/adidas Classic

NCAA TOURNAMENT THIRD ROUND SOUTHERN CONF. CHAMPIONS

2005 • 16-6-1, 5-1-0 SoCon (t-1st) Coach Michael Parker Final NSCAA Poll Rank: 18th S1 S 5 S 9 S 11 S 16 S 18 S 24 S 27 O 1 O 4 O 7 O 12 O 15 O 19 O 22 O 26 O 29 N 2 N 5 N 11 N 13 N 19 N 22 N 27

UNC Wilmington %.............L (2ot)............2-3..... H Charlotte %........................... W...............4-0..... H at Brown +............................ W...............1-0..... A vs. Connecticut +...................L................0-2..... N UAB &.................................. W...............3-1..... H Birmingham Southern &........ W...............3-0..... H Wm. & Mary [HC].................. W...............4-3..... H at North Carolina................L (ot).............0-1..... A Georgia Southern.................. W...............5-3..... H at Appalachian State............ W...............2-0..... H Davidson....................NO CONTEST**.............. H Furman............................. W (2ot)...........1-0..... H at Coastal Carolina............... W...............1-0..... A at High Point......................... W...............6-1..... A College of Charleston............ W...............3-0..... H Wake Forest...........................L................0-1..... H at Wofford............................ W...............3-0..... A at Elon...................................L................1-2..... A Georgia Southern $............... W...............6-0..... H vs. Elon $.............................. W...............1-0..... N vs. Davidson $...................... W...............2-1..... N James Madison #.................. W...............3-2..... H at Virginia Tech !...........T (ot/pk 4-3).......0-0 .... A SMU ~...................................L................1-3..... H

*Southern Conference match $SoCon Tournament (first round on campus, others at Charleston, SC) % UNCG/Davidson Classic + Brown Classic (Providence, RI) & UAB Classic # NCAA Tournament First Round ! NCAA Tournament Second Round ~ NCAA Tournament Third Round **NOTE: UNCG was leading 4-2 at 66:09 when match was halted due to weather. NCAA rules state a match must play 70 minutes to be complete. No contest was declared by Southern Conference officials on October 14.

NCAA TOURNAMENT THIRD ROUND SOUTHERN CONF. CO-CHAMPIONS SOUTHERN CONF. TOURN. CHAMPIONS

2006 • 16-6-1, 5-1-0 SoCon (t-1st) Coach Michael Parker Final NSCAA Poll Rank: 18th A 25 Jacksonville.......................... W...............4-2..... H

The 2006 edition of UNCG men’s soccer advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s third round, giving the program its third straight Round of 16 appearance. The Spartans finished with a 16-8-1 mark, sweeping the SoCon Regular Season and Conference Tournament titles. A 27 S2 S5 S8 S 10 S 15 S 17 S 20 S 22 S 26 S 30 O3 O7 O 11 O 14 O 18 O 20 O 24 O 28 N3 N5 N 11 N 15 N 19

Stetson................................. W...............3-2..... H at VCU...................................L................1-3..... A Campbell.............................. W...............2-0..... H UAB +....................................L................2-3..... H Belmont +............................. W...............5-2..... H vs William & Mary #...............L................1-5..... N at Old Dominion #..................L................0-1..... A at Georgia Southern*.........T (2ot)............0-0..... A Coastal Carolina................... W...............4-0..... H at Davidson*..................... W (ot)............3-2..... A Elon * {HC}........................... W...............3-1..... H Wofford *............................. W...............3-1..... H Appalachian State *..............L................2-3..... H at Coll of Charleston *...... W (2ot)...........2-1..... A High Point............................. W...............1-0..... H at Wake Forest.......................L................0-3..... A at Furman *.......................... W...............2-1..... A at Akron.................................L................0-4..... A Wofford %............................. W...............2-0..... H vs Appalachian State %......... W...............2-0..... N vs Georgia Southern %.......... W...............3-0..... N Virginia Tech $...................... W...............2-1..... H at (6) West Virginia =......... W (2ot)...........2-1..... A at Northwestern ~.................L................1-2..... A

+ UNCG Classic # Old Dominion Tournament * Southern Conference match % Southern Conference Tournament $ NCAA Tournament First Round = NCAA Tournament Second Round ~ NCAA Tournament Third Round

NCAA TOURNAMENT THIRD ROUND SOUTHERN CONF. CHAMPIONS SOUTHERN CONF. TOURN. CHAMPIONS

2007 • 11-8-2, 4-3-0 SoCon (t-2nd) Coach Michael Parker A 31 S 2 S 7 S 9 S 15 S 19

vs. Georgetown +.................. W...............3-0..... N at James Madison +...............L................1-4..... A Dayton %...........................T (2ot)............1-1..... H Lafayette %........................T (2ot)............1-1..... H at High Point......................... W...............4-0..... A at Charlotte.......................... W...............1-0..... A

S 22 S 26 S 29 O 3 O 6 O 9 O 13 O 16 O 20 O 26 N 3 N 7 N 10 N 16 N 18

at UNC Wilmington................ W...............3-2..... A at Appalachian State*...........L................0-4..... A Akron {HC}.............................L................0-2..... H Furman*................................L................1-2..... H at Wofford*.......................... W...............4-0..... A Davidson*............................ W...............4-2..... H College of Charleston*...........L................1-3..... H Wake Forest...........................L................0-8..... H Creighton...............................L................0-2..... H Georgia Southern*................ W...............2-0..... H Elon*.................................... W...............3-0..... A at Campbell.......................... W...............2-1..... A Davidson $........................... W...............1-0..... H College of Charleston $..... W (2ot)...........2-1..... H Furman$.............................L (ot).............0-1..... H

+ James Madison Tournament % UNCG Kickoff Classic *Southern Conference match $ Southern Conference Tournament

2008 • 10-11-3, 2-5-0 SoCon (t-6th) Coach Michael Parker A 30 S 5 S 7 S 12 S 14 S 17 S 20 S 24 S 27 O 1 O 4 O 7 O 11 O 14 O 18 O 25 N 1 N 4 N 8 N 14 N 16 N 21

at William & Mary..................L................1-2..... A Winthrop %............................L................2-3..... H Old Dominion %.....................L................1-2..... H vs. East Tennessee St. +........ W...............3-1..... N vs. UNC Asheville +............T (2ot)............1-1..... N Campbell.............................. W...............2-1..... H UNC Wilmington................... W...............1-0..... H at Charlotte...........................L................0-1..... A Brown [HC]............................L................0-3..... H at Davidson...........................L................0-1..... A at Furman..........................L (2ot)............2-3..... A Wofford............................. W (ot)............1-0..... H High Point............................. W...............2-0..... H at Wake Forest.......................L................0-6..... A at College of Charleston........ W...............2-1..... H Elon.......................................L................0-4..... H Appalachian State.................L................1-2..... H at Georgia Southern...............L................1-2..... A at Furman $.......................... W...............2-1..... A vs. Georgia Southern $.T (ot/pk 3-2 )......0-0..... N vs. Coll. of Charleston $........ W...............2-1..... N at Duke #.............................. W...............2-0..... A

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N 25 at Loyola (Md.) #................ W (ot)............2-1..... A N 29 at South Florida #......... T (ot/pk1-3).......1-1..... A % UNCG Kickoff Classic + Elon Tournament *Southern Conference match $ Southern Conference Tournament # NCAA Tournament

NCAA TOURNAMENT THIRD ROUND SOCON TOURN. CHAMPIONS

2009 • 6-10-3, 3-3-1 SoCon (4th) Coach Michael Parker S 4 S 6 S 11 S 13 S 16 S 19 S 23 S 26 S 30 O 3 O 6 O 10 O 13 O 17 O 24 O 27 O 31 N 7 N 13

vs. Evansville ^.......................L................0-3..... N vs. Northern Illinois................L................1-4..... N Marshall %........................T (2ot)............1-1..... H Longwood %......................... W...............1-0..... H James Madison......................L................0-1..... H at UNC Wilmington.............L (2ot)............1-2..... A at Campbell.......................... W...............2-0..... A Charlotte [HC]........................T................2-2..... H Furman *.............................. W...............2-0..... H at Wofford *.......................T (2ot)............2-2..... A Wake Forest...........................L................0-3..... H College of Charleston *..........L................0-2..... H at Duke..................................L................0-3..... A Gardner-Webb...................... W...............3-1..... H Georgia Southern *............... W...............6-0..... H at Appalachian State *..........L................1-2..... A Davidson *........................... W...............3-1..... H at Elon *................................L................0-1..... A at Wofford $...........................L................1-3..... A

^ Carolina Nike Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) % UNCG Kickoff Classic *Southern Conference match $ Southern Conference Tournament

The 2008 UNCG men’s soccer team advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s third round, serving in the unusual capacity of Cinderella. The No. 7 seed in the Southern Conference Tournament, UNCG salvaged its first sub-.500 season in more than 30 years by winning the SoCon Tournament and advancing to the NCAA’s Round of 16 for the fourth time in five years.

NCAA History NCAA Tournament Appearances (18) 2008 (3rd Round) 2006 (3rd Round) 2005 (3rd Round) 2004 (3rd Round) 1998 (2nd Round) 1996 (1st Round) 1995 (1st Round) 1994 (1st Round) 1993 (1st Round) 1990 (Regional) 1989 (Finals) 1987 (Finals - National Champions) 1986 (Finals - National Champions) 1985 (Finals - National Champions) 1984 (Quarterfinals) 1983 (Finals - National Champions) 1982 (Finals - National Champions) 1981 (Regional)

2004 2nd Round UNCG 2, C.. of Charleston 1 3rd Round UCSB 1, UNCG 0 (OT) 2005 1st Round UNCG 3, James Madison 2 2nd Round UNCG 0, Va. Tech 0 (UNCG advanced in PK, 4-3) 3rd Round SMU 3, UNCG 1 2006 1st Round UNCG 2, Virginia Tech 1 2nd Round UNCG 2, W. Virginia 1 (2ot) 3rd Round Northwestern 2, UNCG 1 2008 1st Round UNCG 2, Duke 0 2nd Round UNCG 2, Loyola 1 (ot) 3rd Round UNCG 1, South Florida 1 (USF advanced in PK, 3-1)

1983 Regional UNCG 2, Glassboro St. 0 Quarterfinal UNCG 1, Kean 0 Semifinal UNCG 1, Plymouth St. 0 Final UNCG 3, Claremont 2 1984 Regional UNCG 2, Bethany 0 Quarterfinal Rochester Tech 4, UNCG 1 1985 Regional UNCG 4, Emory 1 Regional UNCG 2, Bethany 0 Quarterfinal UNCG 3, Salem St. 0 Semifinal UNCG 2, Fredonia St. 0 Final UNCG 5, Washington (MO) 0

Division II (1988-90)

1986 Regional Regional Semifinal Final

1994 Play-In UNCG 2, Furman 1 1st Round Virginia 3, UNCG 0

1990 Regional Florida Tech 2, UNCG 1

1987 Regional UNCG 4, NC Wesleyan 3 Regional UNCG 2, Bethany 1 Quarterfinal UNCG 2, Rochester Tech 0 Semifinal UNCG 2, Salem St. 1 Final UNCG 6, Washington 1

1995 1st Round Duke 3, UNCG 0

Division III (1981-87)

All-time Results

Division I (1991-present)

1993 1st Round Clemson 2, UNCG 0

1996 Play-In UNCG 7, Furman 1 1st Round Notre Dame 1, UNCG 0 1998 Play-In UNCG 1, S. Alabama 0 1st Round UNCG 2, Washington 1 2nd Round Santa Clara 4, UNCG 1

1989 Regional UNCG 2, Tampa 1 Semifinal UNCG 4, Gannon 2 Final N. Hampshire St. 3, UNCG 1

UNCG 3, Johns Hopkins 0 UNCG 3, Bethany 2 UNCG 3, Fredonia St. 2 UNCG 2, Cal-SD 0

1981 Regional UNCG 1, Trenton St. 0 Regional Glassboro St., 3, UNCG 0 1982 Regional UNCG 3, Lynchburg 0 Quarterfinal UNCG 3, Glassboro St. 1 Semifinal UNCG 1, Cortland St. 0 Final UNCG 2, Bethany 1

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All-time series records Opponent_ ________________ W-L-T American__________________ 1-0-0 Appalachian State__________ 17-7-0 Akron_ ___________________ 0-2-0 Atlantic Christian____________ 2-3-0 Averett_ __________________ 8-5-0 Barry_____________________ 1-0-0 Belmont_ _________________ 1-0-0 Belmont Abbey_ ____________ 0-7-1 Bethany___________________ 5-0-0 Birmingham Southern________ 1-0-0 Boca Raton________________ 0-1-0 Bridgeport_________________ 0-1-0 Brown____________________ 1-1-0 Butler____________________ 1-0-0 Cal-San Diego______________ 1-0-0 Cal-Poly Slo________________ 1-0-0 Campbell_ _______________ 14-4-1 Catawba__________________ 8-5-1 Central Florida______________ 0-1-1 Charleston (WV)_____________ 2-0-0 Charleston Southern_________ 4-0-0 Charlotte__________________ 6-7-1 Christopher Newport_ _______ 10-3-1 The Citadel_ _______________ 8-0-0 Claremont_________________ 1-0-0 Clemson__________________ 2-5-0 Coastal Carolina_ ___________ 9-5-1 College of Charleston________ 16-6-0 Connecticut________________ 0-1-0 Cornell_ __________________ 1-0-0 Cortland State______________ 1-0-0 Creighton_ ________________ 1-2-0 C.W. Post__________________ 1-0-0 Dartmouth_________________ 0-1-0 Davidson_________________ 16-7-0 Davis & Elkins_ _____________ 3-0-0 Dayton_ __________________ 1-0-1 Denver_ __________________ 1-0-0 Duke____________________ 3-13-0 East Carolina_______________ 5-1-1 East Tennessee State _________ 1-0-0 Eckerd___________________ 1-1-0 Elon_ ____________________ 9-4-1 Emory____________________ 4-0-0 Erskine_ __________________ 1-0-0 Evansville_ ________________ 0-1-0 Flagler____________________ 2-1-0 Florida Atlantic_ ____________ 1-0-0 Florida International__________ 1-2-1 Florida Tech________________ 1-1-0 Fredonia State______________ 2-0-0 Furman_________________ 10-13-1 Gannon___________________ 1-1-0 Gardner-Webb______________ 1-0-0 Georgetown________________ 2-0-0 George Mason______________ 2-0-0

George Washington_ _________ 0-1-0 Georgia College_____________ 1-0-0 Georgia Southern___________ 15-1-3 Georgia State_ _____________ 4-0-1 Glassboro State_____________ 2-1-0 Greensboro College_________ 11-2-0 Guilford__________________ 11-6-2 Hartwick__________________ 1-0-0 High Point________________ 18-4-2 Hofstra_ __________________ 1-1-0 Iona_ ____________________ 1-0-0 Jacksonville________________ 2-0-0 James Madison_ ____________ 1-3-0 Johns Hopkins______________ 1-0-0 Kean_____________________ 1-0-0 Kentucky__________________ 2-1-0 Lafayette__________________ 0-0-2 Lehigh____________________ 1-0-0 Liberty____________________ 8-2-0 Lock Haven_ _______________ 1-0-0 Longwood_________________ 6-0-0 Louisville__________________ 1-0-0 Loyola (Md.)________________ 1-0-0 Lynchburg_________________ 4-4-0 Marshall__________________ 1-0-1 Mary Washington____________ 2-0-0 Massachusetts_ ____________ 1-0-0 Mercer_ __________________ 3-0-0 Methodist________________ 12-4-2 Miami (Ohio)_______________ 1-0-0 Michigan__________________ 0-1-0 Navy_____________________ 2-0-0 New Hampshire State_________ 0-1-0 North Carolina______________ 3-7-1 North Carolina State_ ________ 5-4-0 North Carolina Wesleyan______ 15-3-1 Northern Illinois_____________ 0-1-0 Northwestern_______________ 0-1-0 Notre Dame________________ 0-2-0 Nova_____________________ 1-0-0 Oakland_ _________________ 1-0-0 Oglethorpe_ _______________ 0-1-0 Ohio State_________________ 1-0-0 Old Dominion_______________ 3-2-0 Pfeiffer_ __________________ 4-4-1 Plymouth State_ ____________ 2-0-0 Radford___________________ 7-1-1 Randolph-Macon____________ 1-0-0 Richmond_________________ 2-1-1 Rider_____________________ 2-0-0 Rochester Tech_ ____________ 1-1-0 Roanoke__________________ 3-0-0 Rollins____________________ 2-1-0 St. Andrews_______________ 10-4-3 St. Mary’s_ ________________ 1-0-0 Salem State________________ 2-0-0 San Francisco_ _____________ 0-2-0

Santa Clara________________ 0-1-0 Sewanee__________________ 0-0-1 Shippensburg_ _____________ 1-0-0 SMU_____________________ 0-1-0 South Alabama_ ____________ 2-2-0 South Carolina______________ 0-1-0 SouthConnecticut St._________ 0-1-0 South Florida (USF)__________ 3-1-0 Southern Indiana____________ 1-0-0 Stetson___________________ 2-0-0 Tampa____________________ 2-1-0 Tennessee Wesleyan__________ 1-0-0 Trenton State_______________ 1-0-0 Towson State_______________ 4-0-0 Tulsa_____________________ 1-0-0 UAB_ ____________________ 4-1-0 UC Santa Barbara_ __________ 0-1-0 UMBC____________________ 2-1-2 UNC Asheville_ ____________ 11-0-1 UNC Wilmington_____________ 5-6-0 USC Spartanburg____________ 3-1-0 Vanderbilt_________________ 5-0-0 Vermont_ _________________ 0-1-0 Virginia___________________ 1-3-0 Virginia Commonwealth_ ______ 3-2-0 VMI______________________ 8-0-0 Virginia Tech_ ______________ 9-4-0 Virginia Wesleyan____________ 9-7-1 Wake Forest_______________ 7-11-2 Washington________________ 1-0-0 Washington (MO)____________ 2-0-0 Washington & Lee_ __________ 1-2-0 West Florida_ ______________ 1-0-0 West Virginia_______________ 1-0-0 Western Carolina____________ 1-2-1 William & Mary_ ____________ 2-6-1 Winthrop_________________ 10-1-0 Wofford__________________ 15-1-1 Wright State_ ______________ 0-1-0 All-Time Record: _ ______ 494-242-45 vs. SoCon Opp. (conf. regular season):_ ___ 71-25-5

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All-time ROSTER A

Harold Adams Chris Albert Mike Allen Rich Alexander Paul Alt Brett Althiser Buckley Andrews Jack Arehart Luis Arias Egill Atlason

1985 1989-92 1974 1976-78 1993-96 1997 1986-89 1972-76 1984 2002-05

Urs Bachmann John Bain Erol Balken Rob Banzhaf Thomas Barrie Sam Bays Jay Benfield Garrett Bennett Nate Berry Ron Bertolaccini Matt Betts Hilmar Bjornsson David Bolger Richard Booth Michael Bonilla Tim Borer Louie Borges Rui Borges Jack Bowman Robert Boyle William Bradly Tony Breci Scott Brittsan James Brown Kevin Brown Peter Brown Steve Brown Fred Budwine David Burek Kenny Bundy Joe Burnett Matt Byrd

1980 1971-74 1974 1996-97 1976-77 1976 2001-05 1992-94 2006-09 1983-86 2007-08 1989-92 1976 1977-78 2006-present 1982-83 1982-83 1980-81 1977 1998-2000 1974-75 1992 1988-91 1972 1980-81 1976 1975 1975 1980 1999-2002 2005-08 1993-94

B

E

Branan Elliott Matt Elliott Jokull Elisabetarson Chris Ethier Siggi Eyjolfsson

2007-08 1976 2001 1981-84

1993 2006-09 2005-08 2006-07 1995-1998

F

C

Joe Calicchio 1976 Vinnie Campanile 1981-84 Thomas Campbell 2005-09 James Carlson 2001-05 David Carson 1978 Jason Chiero 1992 Erik Ciccarelli 2003-04 David Cichy 1991 Jon Clare 1988 John Clarke 1976-77 Neil Clay 1978-80 Ron Clendenin 1980 Michael Colannino 1985-87 Marc Commandatore 1983 Scott Cook 1977 Robbie Copeland 2007-present Jimmy Craven 1998-2002 Chris Crawford 1978-80 Mark Cregle 1984-87 Joe Crump 2000-2003 Matt Cunningham 2005-09

D

Will Dunaway Alan Driskell Matt Durrant George Dyer

Ken Darr 1974 Casey Davis 2002-05 Ryan Davis 2006-09 Gary DeLeon 1990-91 Charlie DeMello 2000-2002 Jason DeStefano 1993 Chris Denuna 2007-present Chris Detore 1978 Tony Dias 1982-83 Chad Dickerson 2004-08 Anthony DiFoggio 1990-91 Ken Douglas 1982, 1984-85 Mike Dugan 1981-82, 1984 Mike Dunaway 1998-2001

Pat Farrell 2003-04 Matt Farris 1995-98 Troy Fauerbach 1987-88 Carmer Federico 1980-83 Jeremy Fedor 1994-96 Justin Fedor 1996-98 Josh Feinberg 1988 Larry Feniger 1991-94 Michael FitzGerald 2002-06 Carl Fleming 1985-88 Peyton Ford 2008-present Tom Forkner 1976 Matt Foxx 2008-present Larry Fowler 1977-78 Brian Freeman 1995-1998 Mark Fulk 1988-92 Michael Futterman 1999

G

Mark Gailey 1995 Mike Gailey 1988-91 Tom Gannon 1977-78 Cory Geiger 1999 Brian Geissler 1988-89 Vincent Giani 2003-2004 Terry Gilbert 1980 Svafnir Gislason 1999-2002 Andrew Goodman 1998 James Goodman 2001-2004 Chris Goos 1999-2002 Chad Gorby 1987-90 Tom Graney 1978 Kevin Grant 1982-83, 1988 David Grayson 2003-07 Craig Green 1980 Mark Green 1980 Lester Gross 1976-77

H

Sean Hadas 1985-87 Sam Hale 2005 Steve Hall 1988 Doug Hamilton 1981-83, 1985 Steve Hamilton 1991-93 Troy Hamilton 1984-87 Tony Hammum 1985-87 Heath Hardigree 1993 Steve Harrison 1984-86, 1988 Jason Haupt 1987-90 Kyle Curran-Hayes 2000-2002 Jonathan Haze 1987 Bill Heaney 1989 Haluk Helimen 1976 Mike Hemphill 1998-2001 James Henson 2001-2002 Peter Hertsgaard 1977-78 Thomas Hewitt 1976-77 Nathan Horton 1996-98 George Hoyle 1987-90 Ben Hunley 2001-2004 Danny Hurwitz 2001

J

Alvin James Luke Jamroz Chad Janda Brian Japp Martin Jensen Ron Johnsen Jamel Johnson Chris Johnson Rick Johnson

1985-86 1994-97 2006-09 1983-85 1995-97 1982 2008-09 2002 1987-90

Taylor Johnson Lewis Johnstone Henning Jonason Scott Jones

2003-07 1979-82 2005-06 2002-06

Nirav Kadam Jimmy Kaup Daniel Kelly Mike Kennedy Ricky Roberts-Kercheff Seth Kernodle Nathan Kipp Kirk Kibler Jeff Konieczynski

2007-08 1994-97 2007-08 1980 1992 1977 1996-98 1977 1993-94

K

L

Miguel Labarthe Adam Laney Joe Layton Tom Lehoczky Neal Lewis Gene Lindley Jeff Lochrie James Lofton Phil Long David Lopez John Lopez Willie Lopez John Lyman

1976 1997-98 2008 1986 1984 1990-91 2000-2004 2007-08 2004 1986 1980-83 1985-87 1976-78

M

Will Mack 2008-present Steven Magee 1993-97 Shawn Mahoney 1991-94 Mike Mangotic 2009 Tebatso Manyama 2007-08 Corey Maret 2006-08 Jamie Marshall 1986 Denny Mask 2009 Tim Masters 2007-08 Kevin Mastin 1984-85 Charles Maxwell 1991-92 Sam Maybury 1980 Mark Mayhew 1988-89 Craig McCrorie 1990 Brad McCurry 2001-2004 D.J. McCurry 2004-07 Darren McDonough 1991-94 Brent McLendon 1976 Peter McNulty 1982 Allen McReynolds 1971 Andrew Mehalko 1983-86 Peter Merchant 1984 Andrew Miller 1978-81 Billy Mills 1983 Don Mitchell 1976 Tom Moon 1978 Dave Moore 1998 Shawn Moshrefnoory 1981 Alejandro Moreno 1998-2001 Jason Morton 1992-95 Keith Moser 1984-86 Mark Mullins 1988-91 Matt Mulvena 2005-07 Michael Myrtetus 1985-86

N

Tyler Naron Frank Nataloni Whit Neal

2008-09 1980-81 1987-88

E.J. O’Keeffe Sean O’Keene Cruz Oronos

2007-09 1976 2008-present

O

P

Louis Pantuosco T.J. Papp Cliff Patterson Patrick Patterson Randi Patterson Scott Patterson Lee Pearman

1982-84 1996-2000 1998-2002 1986-87 2003-06 1994 1978

Chris Petrucelli Gordon Phillips Sven Picton Rusty Pierce Mark Pinch Martin Podolan Clint Popper Fabio Poveda Darren Powell Blake Prelipp Pat Preston Doug Prewett Michael Priest Lewis Propst Chris Putland

1980, 1982-83 2005 2008-09 1997-99 1994-98 1995 1977 1994 1991-94 1995-97 1989 2002-2003 2003 1992 1995-98

Q

Jason Quitne

R

Greg Raber David Radwanski Eddie Radwanski Mike Reece Caleb Reed Sean Reid Kevin Reifschneider Colin Reilly Keith Rice Mike Richardson Wayne Rierson Lawrence Riverbark Barry Roberts Levi Roberts David Roffo Mario Rojas John Rosenau Rob Roszkowski Tony Russo

S

1996 1998-2000 1993-95 1981-84 1975-76 2001 1984-86 1988-91 1994-95 1998-2001 2003-06 1977-78 1977 1982 1998 1981, 1983 2009 1980 1985 1983

Mario Sanfilippo Alex Sanford Trey Sasser Rich Schlentz Greg Schmid Ray Seager Benjamin Sharpe Chris Shelton Adam Shore Brad Shumate Tom Sibley Mark Sickles Mark Smallwood Matt Smith Nick Solle Willie Staffeld Tom Steiner Tom Stelzer Myles Stewart Matt Strine Jon Sturmfels Bill Sutherland Jim Swanson John Swarbick Mike D. Sweeney Mike W. Sweeney

1983-86 1997 1993 1982-85 1992-95 1980 1976-77 2000 2009 1994-98 1980 1976 1990-91 2004 2002-05 1986 1993-96 1986 2005-06 2006-present 1988-89 1986-89 1975 1982 1981-83 1991-93

Brian Taylor Haluk Telimen Robert Te Winkel Devin Thomas Scott Thomas Wes Thomas Mike Thorn Justin Towns Andy Tsartolias Steve Turner

1991 1977 1998-2001 1982 1993-94 1993 1986 2001 1999-2000 1976

T

U

David Ulmsten

Sappia Venn Steve Vidovich Tom Vogt

W

Brian Walker William Walker Emery Walters Chase Walton Frank Washburn Brent Welch Philip Wilson Trey Wilson Jeremy Wisdo Justin Wisdo Chris Wode Richard Woodham Ted Woodings Adrian Worthen David Worthen Buddy Wren

Y

1997 1982 1978 1994-95 1977 1976-77 1992 1985-86 1994-95 1991-93 1993-97 1996-97 1997-2000 1989-92 1977-78 1989 2001-2004 2004-07 1978

Travis Young

2006-08

Paul Zazenski Steve Zimmerman

2002-05 1980

Z

Rosters from 1971-75 are incomplete.

David worthen

Egill Atlason

1987-90

V

Franck Van der Bauwede 1993-95

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UNCG Soccer Stadium

The UNCG Soccer Stadium is a modern soccer-only facility located in the heart of campus. Both the men’s and women’s teams will enter their 19th season in the state-of-the-art facility. Prior to the 1990 season, UNCG played on the same site, which was then-known as Campus Field. However, prior to the start of the 1991 season, the stadium underwent a major facelift to become what fans see today. Prior to the renovation, the UNCG men’s soccer team was as dominant on its home field as it is today. With the exception of most of the 1981 season and all of the 1982 season, the site of UNCG Soccer Stadium has served as the home field for the Spartans for more than 25 seasons. In that time, UNCG is an amazing 249-87-19 (.728). Still today, the stadium that was originally built at a cost of $3.6 million, rivals any collegiate soccer facility in the nation. Among its several outstanding features: • Permanent seating for 3,540 spectators in the grandstand along the east sideline, including 1,112 chairback seats in three sections at midfield and another 2,428 bleacher seats (with backs) in four other sections. • Lighting, at 150-candle power, to accommodate live TV coverage. • A soccer scoreboard with message center, press box and brick wall completely surrounding the facility. Plans are in place for the current scoreboard to be replaced prior to the 2009 season with a state-of-the-art videoboard. • A bermuda style natural-grass playing field equipped with a stateof-the-art drainage system capable of removing up to six inches of water within a 24-hour period. • A Wall of Honor (pictured on the next page) recognizing outstanding UNCG soccer players and coaches on the stadium concourse, as well as teams that have made the NCAA tournament or won an NCAA statistical title.

Spartans at UNCG Soccer Stadium 1991......................... 7-3-1 .682 1992......................... 8-2-0 .800 1993........................10-2-1 .808 1994........................12-1-0 .923 1995......................... 5-0-1 .917 1996........................11-2-0 .833 1997......................... 6-3-0 .667 1998......................... 7-2-1 .750 1999......................... 5-4-0 .555 2000......................... 5-4-1 .550 2001......................... 5-4-0 .556 2002......................... 8-0-0 1.000 2003......................... 4-2-2 .625 2004........................11-1-1 .885 2005......................... 7-3-0 .700 2006........................10-2-0 .833 2007......................... 4-6-2 .417 2008......................... 4-5-0 .444 2009......................... 5-3-2 .600 Since 1991.......... 134-49-12 .718

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The stadium’s opening coincided with UNCG’s entry into NCAA Division I competition. It was dedicated before a sellout crowd September 7, 1991, as the men’s team christened the new facility with a 3-1 win over Campbell. Four nights later, the squad stunned the college soccer world by defeating then-No. 2 NC State, 2-1. The first women’s soccer game played in UNCG Soccer Stadium was against Duke on September 11, 1991. The Blue Devils blanked the Spartans, 4-0. The first victory for UNCG came in a 7-0 rout of Erskine on September 13, 1991. UNCG owns one of the strongest home field advantages in the country. In 19 seasons in the stadium, the women’s team is 133-57-10 (.694), while the men’s team is 134-49-12 (.724). The largest crowd to attend a UNCG athletic event at the stadium was 4,225 on Oct. 5, 1991, for a homecoming men’s soccer game against Ohio State. The Spartans won 6-0. Besides providing UNCG’s teams with a firstclass home, the stadium has also attracted a number of outside events to the campus. UNCG hosted the semifinal and final rounds of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship in 1997 and 1998, focusing nationwide attention on Greensboro. A championship-record 20,058 fans attended in 1998, including a stadium single-event record 10,583 for the final. The championship was nationally televised by ESPN. The stadium served as a site for the U.S. Youth Soccer Association regional championship during the summer of 1997. The Olympic champion women’s national soccer team played the opening game in the Victory Tour presented by Nike in the stadium April 24, 1997, defeating France. Also, prior to the 1996 Olympic Games, the Norwegian women’s soccer team trained at the stadium and played an exhibition match against United States select players. A match between the men’s national teams of the U.S. and Canada was played in the stadium in 1992. The stadium served as the home of the professional Greensboro Dynamo from 1993-95, and is the site of the NC East-West High School All-Star soccer games each year. In the summer of 2001, the Boston Breakers of the WUSA held their preseason camp in the stadium. UNCG Soccer Stadium has also hosted numerous Big South, Southern Conference and NCAA Tournament matches, including the 2004 and 2009 SoCon women’s soccer tournament, 2007 SoCon men’s soccer tournament and rounds of the 2004, 2005 and 2006 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships.

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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro was first chartered back on February 18, 1891 as the State Normal and Industrial School. It was the first state-supported school for the higher education of women in North Carolina. Founded by Charles Duncan McIver, it became coeducational in 1963. Today, in its 119th year of existance, the campus covers 210 acres in downtown Greensboro and has an enrollment that exceeded 17,000 for the first time ever last year. For fall 2008, 17,467 students were enrolled, including 13,453 undergraduates.

Minerva

Charles Duncan McIver, founder of the State Normal and Industrial School (now UNCG), decided Minerva, Roman goddess of Wisdom, would be a good symbol for the school. Beginning with the first diploma in 1893, the head of Minerva has appeared on every diploma awarded by the institution. The class of 1907 donated the original Minerva statue - made of plaster - to the University. In 2003, the class of 1953 commissioned a replacement, made of bronze, and placed outside the Elliott University Center in the heart of campus.

UNIVERSITY FOUNDER Charles McIver Founded in 1891, UNCG is a diverse, studentcentered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery and service. The university is organized into a College of Arts & Sciences and six professional schools, with more than 1,000 faculty members teaching in programs that offer 86 undergraduate, 56 master’s and 25 doctoral degrees. Among its highimpact projects are the Gateway University Research Park and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, which are being created in partnership with North Carolina A&T.

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COLLEGE Avenue UNCG’s School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the third largest in North Carolina. It has three departments – Adult Health, Parent-Child and Community Practice – and is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management.

Despite record numbers for enrollment, UNCG still enjoys a student-faculty ratio of 17:1 with a faculty totalling 1,080. More than 2,000 bachelor’s degrees and nearly 1,000 master’s and doctoral diplomas are awarded annually. Over the last several years, 75 percent of freshmen have returned the following year.

Moore Building opened in 2006

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The UNCG campus AND the Greensboro Skyline UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence, and student-athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last five academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better, including 51% of them last year. In fall 2009, UNCG’s student-athletes had a combined GPA of 3.03. UNCG’s student-athletes combined for a 2.96 GPA for the 2009-10 academic year.

The School of Music, which was established in 1921, is rated as one of the Top 20 in the country and combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. Pictured above, the university opened a $25.7 million state-of-the-art music facility in 1999. The school offers the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina.

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UNCG Vision and Mission Statement The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will redefine the public research university for the 21st century as an inclusive, collaborative and responsive institution making a difference in the lives of students and the communities it serves. UNCG is a … • Learner-centered, accessible and inclusive community fostering intellectual inquiry to prepare students for meaningful lives and engaged citizenship; • Research university where collaborative scholarship and creative activity enhance quality of life across the lifespan; • Source of innovation and leadership meeting social, economic and environmental challenges in the Piedmont Triad, North Carolina and beyond; and • Global university integrating intercultural and international experiences and perspectives into learning, discovery and service.

Values Statement The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a community including students, faculty, staff, and alumni, will demonstrate its commitment to … • Inclusiveness – A welcoming and inclusive academic community, based on open dialogue and shared governance, offers a culture of caring with visible, meaningful representation of differences; • Collaboration – interdisciplinary, intercommunity, inter-institutional and international collaboration is reflected and rewarded in teaching, research, creative activity, community engagement and infrastructure; • Sustainability – Academics, operations and outreach are conducted with careful attention to the enduring interconnectedness of social equity, the environment, economy and aesthetics; • Responsibility – A public institution, the university responds to community needs and serves the public in a systematic fashion through the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity; and • Transparency – Goals, processes, decisions and outcomes are accessible and measurable, resulting in enhanced performance, trust and accountability.

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Dr. Linda Brady Chancellor

Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on Aug. 1, 2008. Brady, 62, succeeded Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan, UNCG’s first woman chancellor, who retired July 31, 2008, after almost 14 years in the post. In recommending Brady to the Board of Governors, UNC President Erskine Bowles said: “Over the past 25 years, Linda Brady has accumulated a wealth of leadership experience at highly respected public, urban universities, as well as in the halls of Washington. At each step along the way, she has proven herself to be an energetic leader who promotes collaboration, creative problem-solving, and real-life commitment to scholarship, research, and public service. … “With her broad experience in higher education and federal government, her demonstrated integrity and sound judgment, and her profound understanding of the global marketplace in which our students must compete, Linda Brady will be a forceful and effective leader for UNC Greensboro.” A native of New York City and the first member of her family to attend college, Brady graduated from Douglass College, the women’s division of Rutgers University, in 1969 with a degree in political science. She received a master’s degree in the field from Rutgers (1970) and a doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University (1974). She began her academic career as an assistant professor of political science at Vanderbilt University in 1973 and joined the faculty at Goucher College in Maryland three years later. From 1978 to 1985, Brady held several positions in the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense. Among other roles, she served as a political analyst in the State Department’s Office of Disarmament and Arms Control and as special assistant for mutual and balanced force reductions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She later served as a senior fellow in international security and arms control at the Carter Center of Emory University (1986-87) and as a distinguished professor of national security at the U.S. Military Academy (1991-92). From 1993 to 2001, Brady led the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was also a professor of international affairs. She joined North Carolina State University in 2001 as Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of political science, and over the next five years was credited with building the stature and visibility of the College, launching a number of new graduate degree programs, and significantly increasing external support for the humanities and social sciences at NC State. She left North Carolina in 2006 to become the chief academic and operating officer at the University of Oregon. Brady has authored or co-edited three books and numerous book chapters and scholarly articles in the fields of American foreign policy, international negotiation and arms control. Among other professional organizations, she is a member of the International Studies Association, the American Political Science Association, the International Institute for

Strategic Studies, and the Council on Foreign Relations. A past recipient of the Georgia Tech School of Social Sciences Teaching Award, she has earned the Superior Honor Award from the U.S. Department of State and is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the Department of the Army. She was an American Council on Education Fellow in 1997-98, serving her fellowship year at the University of Iowa under the mentorship of President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Jon Whitmore. Since moving to UNCG, Brady has become a member of the Greensboro Rotary Club. She is also on the Board of Directors for United Way of Greater Greensboro and the Greensboro Partnership. Brady is married to Gustav “Steve” Heyer, a retired Army officer. She has two adult stepsons and three grandchildren: Stephen Heyer and his wife, Suzanne, live in Richmond, Va., with their children Alyx, Megan and Andrew Casey, while Michael Heyer lives in Chicago, Ill. In accepting the position at UNCG, Brady said, “This is one of the very best jobs in American higher education. I am so grateful for this opportunity and humbled by the trust you have place in me. I shall not let you down.”

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Kim Record

Director of Athletics Kimberly S. “Kim” Record, was named to the post of director of intercollegiate athletics at UNCG on Sept. 27, 2009. Record, who most recently had served as a consultant with ISP Sports, was the senior associate director of athletics at Florida State Unviersity from 1995 to 2008, and held a succession of positions at the University of Virginia from 1984-1995, culminating with an appointment as associate director of athletics for administration. She emerged from a national search that drew 125 candidates, and Kim Record chats with members of the media and university community at her press is UNCG’s first female athletic director. There are only 29 female athletic conference on Sept. 27, 2009. directors in the NCAA Division I, with five of them in the UNC system. Record is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position The AD also took the lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. development. The athletics budget is approximately $8.8 million, and athletic “I am delighted that Kim Record is joining UNCG as director of intercol- scholarships provided for the 2009-10 academic year exceeded $2.1 million. legiate athletics,” said UNCG Chancellor Linda P. Brady upon Record’s hiring. In her 13 years at Florida State, she had a broad range of administrative du“She is the right person for this position, and she possesses the leadership, ties, including serving as a member of the Executive Management Team, which administration and fundraising skills that are essential to bringing greater suc- determined and implemented policy decisions for a 19-sport, $50 million intercess to Spartan athletics. I look forward to working with her to raise UNCG’s collegiate program. She directly supervised three sports programs – men’s and program to a higher level of visibility and excellence.” women’s basketball and women’s soccer – and monitored Title IX compliance. At UNCG, Record leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in Other areas included executive-level staffing; day-to-day departmental opera18 sports, 250 student-athletes and 57 employees. She succeeded Nelson E. tions; serving as liaison with the trademark licensing program; and oversight Bobb, UNCG’s first-ever AD who resigned from the post after directing Spartan for marketing, media and public relations, and radio and television contracts. athletics for 26 years. In construction, she facilitated FSU’s $6 million state-of-the-art soccer and Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and softball stadium and its $10 million men’s and women’s basketball training finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which is undergoing a major shift in its center. She oversaw a project that showcased the history of athletics at FSU as men’s basketball program. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing part of a $100 million facilities improvement plan. Her initial responsibilities as its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10. associate director of athletics at FSU included oversight of men’s and women’s Among other responsibilities, she coordinates fundraising and operation of tennis, swimming & diving and softball. Record also held the designation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She will senior woman administrator. oversee efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. At Virginia, she supervised all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the department and specialized in external operations. She implemented marketing and promotional strategies for all 26 sports programs as associate director of athletics for external operations. She was the executive staff member of a capital campaign team created to raise $50 million. She came up through the ranks at Virginia, where she earned her bachelor’s degree, starting out as a sports information intern who was progressively promoted in the department to associate director of athletics for administration. As a consultant with ISP, Record provided marketing expertise in the area of athletics sports signage, including videoboards, scorer’s tables and other digital signage. She has also coordinated purchase and installation between vendor, institution and ISP. Within the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Record has served on both the executive committee and the Director’s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Women’s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated form Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 22, a fourth-year student at the University of Virginia, and Josh, 17, a junior at Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla. Kim Record with her sons Kyle (left) and Josh (right) shortly after being introduced as UNCG’s new director of athletics.

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Team Inductions

1982 Men’s Soccer Team

(Inducted 2004) Won the NCAA Division III National Championship without a home field … facilities at UNCG were under renovation at the time, forcing the team to play its games at near-by Grimsley High School … the team finished 19-3-0, including a 3-0 win over Wake Forest during the regular season and a 2-1 win over Plymouth State in double overtime in the NCAA quarterfinals.

1973 Women’s Golf Team

(Inducted 2004) Won the first national championship of any kind for UNCG, competing in the AIAW National Tournament in Massachusetts … defeated Rollins College on the final hole for the championship.

1981-1982 Women’s Basketball Team

1983 Women’s Tennis Team

(Inducted 2007) National runners-up in the first-ever NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Tournament … amassed a record of 25-3, losing in overtime at Elizabethtown College (Pa.) … began a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons for the women’s basketball program.

(Inducted 2008) With four freshmen and two sophomores, team compiled a 20-4 record, including 14-2 in the spring, and finished the NCAA Division III national runners-up … Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

1983 Men’s Soccer Team

(Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 23-1-1 on the year, including outscoring its seven conference foes by a combined 44-1. Twelve of its first 13 matches were won by shutout. Won a thenNCAA record 23 matches, including rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the national title match to defeat Claremont.

Individual Inductions Lynne Agee - Women’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2004) The first active head coach to be enshrined … first coach in NCAA history to lead her team to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions … more than 500 career wins to her credit.

Jim Allen - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Former vice chancellor for student affairs … had oversight on program’s move from Division III to I.

Maxine Allen - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2001) Garnered national attention as duckpin bowler … set world records and earned a top national ranking.

Mike Berticelli - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … guided UNCG to 70-9-5 record (86.3%) in four seasons.

Nelson Bobb - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) UNCG’s Director of Athletics for more than 25 years … Led the program through its transition from Division III to Division II to Division I and from the Big South Conference into the Southern Conference.

Mike Burke - Supporter (Inducted 2001) Led UNCG’s charge in scholarship fundraising … created first athletic endowment in 1987 … raised funds toward a total endowment now valued at more than $4 million.

Marge Burns - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Holds record of 10 North Carolina State Amateur Golf titles … named Carolinas Outstanding Amateur five times … qualified and played in 14 USGA Amateur Championships, as well as six US Open Tournaments.

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team All-American selection in 1979 ... was the first male student-athlete to earn All-American honors in any sport ... finished 10th in the 1979 NCAA Division III Championship.

Renee Coltrane - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2001) All-American as a junior (1983-84) … first women’s basketball player to exceed 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.

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Wendy Engelmann-Gettings - Women’s Basketball Larry Hargett - Men’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2002) Scored 1,378 points and dished out a schoolrecord 574 assists … was a third-team All-American in 1983-84.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer

(Inducted 2007) Coached UNCG to its first NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament berth, coming at the Division III level … finished the 1979-80 season 16-12 to earn its first NCAA bid.

(Inducted 2006) Led UNCG to its first Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid, in which UNCG nearly upset Cincinnati … graduated as UNCG’s alltime leading scorer and set every UNCG 3-point shooting standard in his career … led the team in scoring in three of his four seasons.

Jason Haupt - Men’s Soccer

(Inducted 2000) UNCG supporter for more than two decades … UNCG named its basketball gymnasium the Michael Fleming Gymnasium on Dec. 1, 1994.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator

(Inducted 2001) Two-time firstteam All-American … led UNCG to a Division III national championship in 1987 … UNCG’s all-time leader in goals scored with 77.

Winn Hazlegrove - Softball

(Inducted February 2008) Served as the Coordinator of Women’s Athletics until her passing in 1974, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG.

Liz Gremillion - Volleyball

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete

(Inducted 2001) Coached UNCG’s first volleyball team in 1970 … guided Spartans to a 106-30 record and a NCAIAW state title in 1974.

Christine Hornak - Softball

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Ellie Jones - Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2003) One of UNCG’s most versatile student-athletes ever as she excelled in tennis, basketball and field hockey from 1969-73.

(Inducted 2006) One of UNCG’s firstever qualifiers for the NCAA Championships (1996) … compiled a 50-34 mark despite competing with birth defects that left him without part of an arm and a leg. Honored by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with its Medal of Courage.

Dr. David B. Knight - Administrator

Pat Hielscher - Volleyball Coach

(Inducted 2000) Participated from 1952-56 at Women’s College … competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

(Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to three straight national playoff appearances … third all-time leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Dock Kelly - Wrestling

(Inducted 2005) Three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree … one of UNCG’s greatest softball players, still ranked in the Top 10 in 20 statistical categories at the time of her induction (10 years after her graduation).

(Inducted 2006) One of the best setters to ever play for the Spartans, recording over 4,000 assists in her career … named 1995 Big South Conference Player of the Year.

(Inducted 2003) Former sports writer for The Carolinian and The News & Record covering UNCG athletics.

Lewis Johnstone - Men’s Soccer

Scott Hartzell - Men’s Basketball

(Inducted September 2008) Three-time All-American and two-time Academic All-American … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 185 points, recording 75 goals and 35 assists in his four seasons.

Mike Fleming - Supporter

Elizabeth House - Media / Supporter

(Inducted 2004) Not only a leader in the transition from Division III to Division I, but a leader on the national scene as UNCG’s Faculty Athletics Representative … became the only FAR to serve on the Div. I, II and III levels … served as chair of the NCAA’s first Division I Academics / Eligibility / Compliance Cabinet and served as a consultant to the NCAA on numerous academic reform issues.

Ethel Martus Lawther - Administrator

(Inducted 2009) Won 52 games over two seasons pitching for UNCG. Led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997 while earning Big South Pitcher of the Year honors.

(Inducted 2003) Served 26 years as head of Department of Physical Education (1948-71) … developed both men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs after Women’s College became UNCG in 1963.

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Ali Lord - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2007) UNCG’s record holder for single-season and career goals … tallied 20 or more goals in three seasons … had a single-season record 26 goals in 1996, earning All-American honors … Big South Player of the Year in 1996 and SoCon Player of the Year in 1998.

Carol Mann - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2002) LPGA Hall of Fame member … earned 38 LPGA victories in 22 years on tour.

Tom Martin - Men’s Basketball, Supporter (Inducted 2002) UNCG’s first male president of Alumni Board of Directors … served as tri-captain of the first two UNCG men’s basketball teams.

Jill Masterman - Field Hockey (Inducted 2000) In the days of AIAW, a four-year standout on field hockey team and was a cocaptain as a senior in 1977.

Tonka Maynor - Baseball (Inducted 2007) Ten years after graduation, still ranked on the Top 10 list at UNCG in every offensive statistical category … hit .363 in his four seasons at UNCG, logging 239 hits … holds UNCG record for career RBI with 171.

Andrew Mehalko - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Led UNCG to three (1983, 1985 and 1986) NCAA Division III national championships in his four seasons with the Spartans.

Jo Ann Messick - Women’s Basketball, Michael Parker - Men’s Soccer Coach Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970’s … four-year standout in field hockey, earning Deep South All-Star accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

Brian Moehler - Baseball (Inducted 2005) UNCG’s first player to be drafted in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft … earned UNCG’s first-ever win over a Division I opponent and went onto pitch for Detroit and Florida in the major leagues.

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran Administrator (Inducted 2000) Served as Chancellor from 1979-94 … guided UNCG from Division III to Division I in 1991 … created the Spartan Club.

Becky Morgan - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2007) One of the most notable athletic alumni as a member of the LPGA Tour … won the Big South individual championship three times and earned Big South Player of the Year (1995, 1996, 1997) … a three-time AllAmerican, won medalist honors 10 times … qualified for the NCAA Regional all four years, earning a spot in the national event three times … an Academic All-American in 1997 … holds the UNCG records for lowest 18-, 36- and 54-hole scores.

Laura Mussulman - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Member of first women’s soccer team … UNCG’s first great goalkeeper in women’s soccer with 18 career shutouts.

Missi Olson Kovachev - Volleyball (Inducted 2009) Led UNCG to 108 wins in her four seasons as a Spartan, despite the program being in transition during its climb to Division I ... helped the Spartans to 32 wins and an NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 1990 ... compiled 1,600 career kills.

(Inducted 2005) Second active coach to be inducted (first male) … winner of more than 400 collegiate matches, including more than 300 at UNCG … led Spartans to NCAA Division III national championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

Dr. Frank Pleasants - Administrator (Inducted 2007) Served as the Coordinator of Men’s Athletics, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG beginning in 1967.

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (198589) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.

Nancy Porter, Women’s Golf Coach (Inducted 2005) One of the pioneers of women’s athletics at UNCG … coached the UNCG women’s golf team to the 1973 national championship … also considered one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, participating in women’s golf in the 1940s.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-to-back Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … two-time Division III AllAmerican (1983 and 1984) … No. 1 draft pick in the 1985 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Dallas Sidekicks.

Cathy Roberts - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Has spent virtually entire career - beginning as a student - working in athletics at UNC Greensboro, overseeing athletic facilities and operations and serving as the Senior Women’s Administrator.

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Bruce Shaw - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG’s firstever men’s basketball teams … scored 1,401 points, becoming UNCG’s first 1,000-point scorer … two-time All-Dixie Conference honoree.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling

(Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (1980-83) … member of 1982 and 1983 NCAA III national championship teams … led the team in scoring in 1981 and 1982 and was a first-team All-American in 1983.

(Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to state NCAIAW title and AIAW regional appearance in 1972 … led UNCG in scoring for four straight seasons and finished with 1,347 career points.

(Inducted 2006) Pioneer in men’s athletics at UNCG … served as men’s basketball coach from 1968-75 and started men’s golf program, serving as coach from 1967-79 … also served as the university’s second Men’s Intercollegiate Division Coordinator.

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball (Inducted 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in top six in 12 offensive categories … led UNCG to 149-86-2 mark and three NCAA play-in series during her time at UNCG.

(Inducted 2008) Compiled a 9825 mark in his four seasons at UNCG, qualifying for three NCAA championships to make him the first male to qualify for an NCAA championship as an individidual … was UNCG’s winningest wrestler for 11 years.

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball

Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball (Inducted 2003) Volleyball standout at UNCG (1970-73) … active contributor to the sport through coaching … part of officiating crew at 1996 Olympics and 1993 World University Games.

“The Big Five” (shown left to right) Chuck Hayes, Mike Weaver, Jim Melvin, Stanley Frank, Charlie Reid

Helped establish NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG through scholarship funding and support.

About the Hall of Fame:

The purpose of the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor those special individuals, who through their superior athletic achievements or by their outstanding service, have made long-lasting, exemplary contributions to the UNCG athletics program. Persons to be recognized for the excellence of their achievements may include former athletes, coaches, administrators and other individuals who brought recognition and honor to both themselves and to UNCG. Ceremonies are traditionally held each fall during Homecoming weekend.

Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402

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Additional Information Available Through: E-mail: sbmeadow@uncg.edu or online at www.uncgspartans.com

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The Spartan Club The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for nearly 250 student-athletes who compete in 18 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG. UNCG proudly proclaims that 100 percent of Spartan Club contributions go directly to athletic scholarships for deserving studentathletes.

Methods of Giving Cash, Checks and Credit Card Gifts:

Provide the yearly financial resources needed to operate the athletic program. Payments may be spread over the course of a fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but all pledges must be paid by June 30. The university accepts cash, checks and credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa).

Employer Matching Gifts:

Matching gifts double or triple the impact of your gift and increase your membership level. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with application and donation and associate benefits.

Athletic Scholarship Endowments:

These provide tuition, room, meals, books and fees on an annual basis for a studentathlete. Pay tribute to someone’s life and accomplishments or leave your own legacy while strengthening UNCG’s athletic program.

Planned and Estate Gifts:

These gifts include life income arrangements from trusts, annuities, income funds, as well as life insurance policies and individual estate bequests, such as cash or real estate.

Endowed Athletic Scholarships

A named endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to student-athletes on an annual basis. •Lynne C. Agee Fund •James H. Allen Fund •Alma W. Barrier Fund •Smith Barrier Fund •Dr. Richard and Sharon Beavers Scholarship Fund •Irwin Belk Fund •Aaron Michael Bobb Fund •Rich Brenner Endowed Fund •Mike & Nancy Burke Fund •Marge Burns Fund •Bush Family Fund •Bobbi Carson Fund •Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Fund •The Michael B. Fleming Fund •Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fund •J. Douglas Galyon Fund

•Ellen Griffin Fund •Lester Earl Gross III Fund •Charles A. Hayes Fund •Becky Jackson Fund •Nathan & Robyn Jameson Fund •David Bates Knight Fund •C. Tomas Martin Fund •Karl Mayer Fund •Jim Melvin Fund •Charles C. Moyer Fund •Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Fund •Nancy Ann Porter Fund •Charles M. Reid Fund •Rayna Matea Taylor Fund •Edward & Carolyn Uprichard Fund •H. Michael Weaver Fund

Six additional funds that are on their way to reaching endowment status include: •Athena Gallins •Celebration of Women in Sport •Doug Hamilton •Michael H. Parker •David and Malinda Richbourg •Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith Fund

Annual Scholarships

An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period. •Richard A. and Sharon J. Beavers Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bobb Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bott Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Linda Brady and Steve Heyer Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •David L. and Martha P. Brown Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Marc and Janis Bush Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mike and Cherry Callahan Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Clarida Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Doug M. Hamilton Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Raila M. Harris Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Nixon C. Henley Annual Athletic Scholarship •Karl Mayer Textile Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Brenda Tolbert King Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Kronenfeld Family Annual Scholarship Fund •LindBrook Development Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shawn Daniel Mulrooney Memorial Annual Athletic Scholarship •Piedmont Orthopedic Associates, Inc. Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Senn Dunn Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shamrock Corporation Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mary and Art Winstead Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Perry R. Wyatt Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund

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Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: Chuck Burns - Area Vice President, First Citizens Bank Marc Bush - Greensboro Sports Commission Samantha F. Brumbaugh ‘99 - Attorney at Cairo, Ferguson, Brumbaugh, Stroupe, PLLC Craig Cook ‘82 - President, Oakbrook Solutions, Inc. Michael H. Godwin - Attorney at Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingston, PLLC Leaton Harris - Director of Business Operations, TEK Systems Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Pete LaMuraglia ‘86 - Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Ben Sirmons ‘74 - Assistant General Council, UNIFI, Inc. Michael Spohn ‘91 - CFO/Vice President, Old North State Trust, LLC Jeff Taylor ‘83 - CFO, Pope Companies Harrison Turner - Partner, Greensboro Dermatology Associates Ex-Officio Members Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG Dr. Terry Ackerman - Faculty Athletics Rep, UNCG Kim Record - Director of Athletics, UNCG Mike Roach - Director, Spartan Club Advisor C. Thomas Martin ‘70 - Former Director of Planning, City of Greensboro

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230 Director: Mike Roach

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-5319 www.spartanclub.org Associate Director: Donegan Root

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Spartan Success Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 40th season in 2006-07, athletics at UNCG date back to the 1940s in the days before the university became co-ed. Golfer Nancy Porter, who went on to a successful pro career, is regarded as one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, competing in tournaments on the national level in the late 1940s. In 1963, as the university prepared to go co-ed, UNCG began to formally organize athletic teams. Women’s basketball, under head coach Ellen Griffin, women’s tennis, women’s golf and field hockey were started. LPGA Hall of Famer Carol Mann was on one of the early UNCG women’s golf teams. In 1967, UNCG began men’s athletics and the intercollegiate athletics program received formal recognition from the university. In the fall of 1967, the Spartan was adopted as the program’s mascot. In 1968, UNCG’s men’s teams joined the Dixie Athletic Conference, known today as the USA South Conference, on the NCAA Division III level. Women’s teams competed as part of the AIAW early on, with UNCG being one of the lead organizers of the organization. Two of the first men’s sports were basketball and bowling. In 1971, with the emergence of the five-player rule in women’s basketball, UNCG finished fourth in the National Collegiate Tournament. Two years later, the women’s golf team won the AIAW national title – UNCG’s firstever team national crown. Porter coached the squad and future professional golfer Donna Horton White was on the squad. Since then, UNCG has enjoyed a number of successes: • Five national titles in men’s soccer during the 1980s and a runner-up finish in women’s tennis. • An unprecedented five-year move from Division III to Division II to Division I. • A trip to the “Big Dance” – the NCAA men’s basketball tournament – in just its fifth year of Division I status. • Men’s soccer coach Michael Parker and women’s basketball coach Lynne Agee were the first to lead teams to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions. • A baseball squad built from scratch by Mike Gaski that made it to the NCAA tournament in just its fifth season of play. • A men’s soccer program that conquered all comers for two months to become the No. 1 team in the nation in 2004, the beginning of UNCG’s three straight NCAA tournament Round of 16 appearances and four in five years. • Kyle Hines, who became just the sixth player in college basketball history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 300 blocked shots in a career. • Individuals like wrestler Dock Kelly, who overcame birth defects that left him without legs, qualifying for the NCAA Championship. • Students like Siggi Eyjolffson, who earned Academic All-American honors three times. From major league pitcher Brian Moehler to MLS champion Alejandro Moreno to LPGA star Becky Morgan, Spartan alumni have gone on to successful careers in sports. That success isn’t just limited to the playing field, either. The late Doug Hamilton was one of the pioneers within MLS and played on the UNCG national championship teams of the 1980s. Eyjolffson returned to his native Iceland and is one of the top people in his native country’s soccer federation, currently serving as their women’s national team head coach. S p a r t a n athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best is yet to come.

National Championships (6) Women’s Golf – 1973 (AIAW) Men’s Soccer – 1982 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1983 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1985 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1986 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1987 (NCAA III)

Conference Tournament Titles (42 overall; 30 in NCAA Div. I) Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Softball – 1988 Men’s Soccer – 1993 ** Softball – 1994 ** Women’s Soccer – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 ** Softball – 1995 ** Men’s Golf – 1995 ** Women’s Golf – 1995 ** Men’s Tennis – 1995 ** Men’s Basketball – 1996 ** Men’s Golf – 1996 ** Women’s Golf – 1996 ** Softball – 1996 ** Women’s Soccer –1996 ** Men’s Soccer – 1996 ** Baseball – 1997 ** Women’s Tennis – 1997 ** Softball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer –1997 Men’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Basketball – 1998 Men’s Basketball –2001 Women’s Soccer – 2001 Women’s Soccer – 2003 Men’s Soccer – 2005 Women’s Soccer – 2006 ++ Men’s Soccer – 2006 Men’s Soccer – 2008 Wrestling – 2010 Men’s Tennis – 2010

Conference Reg. Season Titles (76 overall; 42 in NCAA Div. I) Men’s Tennis – 1974 Men’s Basketball – 1981 Men’s Tennis – 1981 Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Men’s Soccer – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Softball – 1982 Women’s Tennis – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Tennis – 1983

Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Men’s Soccer – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Softball – 1984 Men’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Men’s Soccer – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Tennis – 1985 Men’s Soccer – 1985 Men’s Tennis – 1986 Women’s Tennis – 1986 Men’s Soccer – 1986 Men’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Tennis – 1987 Men’s Soccer – 1987 Men’s Basketball – 1988 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Men’s Tennis – 1988 Women’s Tennis – 1988 Softball – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1993 Men’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1994 Baseball – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 Women’s Soccer – 1994 Men’s Basketball – 1995 Women’s Basketball – 1995 Softball – 1995 Men’s Soccer – 1995 Women’s Soccer – 1995 Volleyball – 1995 Men’s Basketball – 1996 Women’s Basketball – 1996 Softball – 1996 Men’s Soccer – 1996 Women’s Soccer – 1996 Softball – 1997 Baseball – 1997 Women’s Basketball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer – 1997 ** Men’s Soccer - 1997 ** Women’s Basketball – 1998 ** Baseball – 1998 ** Women’s Soccer – 1998 ** Men’s Soccer – 1998 ** Women’s Basketball – 1999 ** Women’s Soccer – 2000 ** Men’s Tennis – 2001 ** Women’s Soccer – 2001 ** Women’s Basketball – 2002 ** Men’s Basketball – 2002 Men’s Soccer – 2004 ** Women’s Soccer – 2004 ** Men’s Soccer – 2005 ** Women’s Soccer – 2006 ** Men’s Soccer – 2006 ** Women’s Soccer – 2007** Women’s Soccer – 2008** Women’s Soccer – 2009 ** ** denotes officially recognized conference champion

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From the North and East (Burlington, Raleigh/Durham, Richmond, Va.): From I-40/85, follow I-40/Business 85 toward Greensboro/Winston-Salem. Take the Freeman Mill Road/Coliseum Area exit, and turn right on Freeman Mill Road. Turn left at the first stoplight onto Coliseum Boulevard. Follow for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right at third stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. From the South (Salisbury, Charlotte, Atlanta, Ga.): From I-85 North, follow Business 85 toward Greensboro, then take the Holden Road exit and turn right on Holden Road. Follow Holden for approximately 4.5 miles and turn right on Market Street. Follow Market Street for approximately 1.5 miles. Turn right on Aycock Street South. At the second stoplight, turn left on Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. From the West (Winston-Salem, Asheville, Knoxville, Tenn.): From I-40 East, take the Wendover Avenue East exit. Follow Wendover to the exit for Market Street (3.5 miles). Turn right on Market Street and follow for less than 1 mile. Turn right on Aycock Street South. At second stoplight, turn left on Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets. From the North on Highway 220 (Eden, Martinsville, Roanoke, Va.): Highway 220 South becomes Battleground Avenue. Stay on Battleground until you cross the intersection of Cornwallis Drive. Immediately bear right on Westover Terrace. (Battleground Avenue and Highway 220 will bear left.) Stay on Westover as it becomes Aycock Street. At the fifth

246 Moore Humanities & Research Administration 13 Moore-Strong Hall 80 Mossman Building (University Administration) 170 Music Building (School of Music) 27 North Drive Child Care Center 24 North Spencer Hall 30 Nursing Annex Building 252 Oakland Ave. Parking Deck 29 Petty Science Building 15 Phillips-Hawkins Hall 17 Ragsdale Hall 19 Reynolds Hall 4 Shaw Hall 48 Sink Building (800 Oakland Ave.) 1 42 Smith Campus Ministries Building 135 Soccer Stadium

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South Spencer Hall Spring Garden Apartments Steam Plant Building Stone Building (School of Human Environmental Sciences) Student Recreation Center Sullivan Science Building Taylor Building Tower Village University Graphics & Printing University Police Station Walker Ave. Parking Deck Weatherspoon Art Museum (Cone Building) Weil Hall Winfield Hall 500 Forest St. 1100 West Market St. (University Offices) Under Renovation

stoplight turn left onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets. From the South on Highway 220 (Asheboro, Rockingham): From Highway 220 North, follow the signs to the Coliseum area. Turn left at the stoplight onto Coliseum Boulevard. Follow for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right at third stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. From the North on Highway 29 (Reidsville, Danville, Va.): From Highway 29 South, take the Wendover Avenue West/Hospital Exit. Follow Wendover for approximately 2.6 miles and take the Westover Terrace exit. Follow the exit to the right, and merge right, following the Coliseum sign. Stay on Westover as it becomes Aycock Street. Turn left at the fourth stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets. From the South on Highway 421 (Sanford, Fayetteville): From Highway 421 North, take I-40 West toward Winston-Salem. Take the Freeman Mill Road/Coliseum Area exit, and turn right on Freeman Mill Road. Turn left at the first stoplight onto Coliseum Boulevard. Follow for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right at third stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. NOTE: These are general directions to the UNCG campus. The majority of the Athletic Complex is located on Walker Avenue near the parking deck.

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2010 MEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE Aug.

21 at Duke (exh.)

7 p.m.

Aug.

28 NORTH CAROLINA (exh.)

7 p.m.

Sept.

1 CHARLOTTE

7 p.m.

Sept.

4 at Creighton

8 p.m.

Sept.

10 vs. Jacksonville (at Elon Tourn.)

Sept.

12 vs. Richmond (at Elon Tourn.)

Sept.

15 WILLIAM & MARY

7 p.m.

Sept.

18 NAVY

7 p.m.

Sept.

22 CAMPBELL

7 p.m.

Sept.

25 WAKE FOREST (HOMECOMING)

7 p.m.

Sept.

28 at High Point

7 p.m.

Oct.

2 ELON *

5 p.m. 12 p.m.

7 p.m.

Oct.

10 at Georgia Southern *

2 p.m.

Oct.

13 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *

7 p.m.

Oct.

16 at Davidson *

7 p.m.

Oct.

19 WOFFORD *

7 p.m.

Oct.

22 at Gardner-Webb

7 p.m.

Oct.

26 APPALACHIAN STATE *

7 p.m.

Oct.

30 FURMAN *

7 p.m.

Nov.

2 at Longwood

Nov.

6 Southern Conf. Tourn. - quarterfinals

7 p.m. TBA

Nov. 12-14 Southern Conf. Tourn. - semifinals/final TBA

(Mt. Pleasant, S.C.)

* SoCon game

2010 UNCG Men's Soccer Media Guide  

2010 UNCG Men's Soccer Media Guide

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