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Head Coach Aidan Heaney Records Overall (seasons) 90-91-11 (10) at UNCW 69-74-11 (8) Assistant Coaches Steve Magee Kenny Bundy, Carlos Heiland

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Quick Facts UNC Wilmington UNCW Administration Media Information Roster Seahawk Returning Players Newcomers Head Coach Aidan Heaney Assistant Coaches/Staff 2008 Statistics/Results All-Time Results Individual Season Records Individual Career Records All-Time Records Honors & Awards All-Time Letterwinners Colonial Athletic Association CHAMPS/Life Skills Sports Medicine Wilmington: Gem of the Coast

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Junior goalkeeper Brock Duckworth

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UNC Wilmington The University of North Carolina Wilmington boasts of undergraduate learning opportunities second to none and professors whose commitment to knowledge is surpassed only by their dedication to students. It offers effective learning environments that integrate teaching and mentoring with research and service at a level that rivals exclusive research institutions of similar size. Students consistently praise the quality of their interactions with faculty and express a high degree of satisfaction with their overall educational experience. The faculty culture emphasizes teaching and mentoring, incorporating research as an important component of the undergraduate learning experience and an opportunity to have an impact on the state’s most pressing issues. International experiences are encouraged through study abroad programs and language and culture studies on campus. Recognized in recent years by several national publications as a top public undergraduate institution, UNCW continues its pursuit to soar to even greater heights. “The UNCW of today is a fantastic university,” said Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo. “The momentum that propels us to soar higher derives from our students’ achievements, faculty and staff accomplishments and strong support from alumni, friends, trustees, volunteer board members and other donors.” For 11 consecutive years UNCW has ranked in the top 10 of the best public regional universities in the South by U.S.News & World Report. For the fifth consecutive year, UNCW received the “Best in the Southeast” and “Best Value” designations by The Princeton Review. It is one of only four North Carolina public universities included in Peterson’s Competitive Colleges 2008: Top Colleges for Top Students. This year, UNCW joined the ranks of an exclusive group of higher education institutions included in the Fiske Guide to Colleges. Established as Wilmington College in 1947, the university is made up of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Cameron School of Business, the School of Nursing, the Watson School of Education and the Graduate School. UNC Wilmington offers bachelor’s degrees in 52 majors, 35 master’s degrees, a Ph.D. in marine biology and an Ed.D. in educational leadership and administration. Degree programs in the School of Nursing, Watson School of Education and Cameron School of Business are designed specifically to serve professional workforce needs in the region. The College of Arts and Sciences stresses applied learning experiences across the liberal arts disciplines to prepare its students to bridge the gap between the classroom and the complex problems of 21st century communities. UNCW’s strength in the natural sciences, especially biological sciences, chemistry, geological sciences and other disciplines that form the core of its internationally respected niche in marine science, is the result of decades of intentional focus and investment. In the arts and literature, UNCW’s high profile programs are film studies and creative writing. The Department of Film Studies takes advantage of the location of UNCW in Wilmington, N.C., the home of Screen Gems Studios, the largest full-service motion picture facility in the United States east of California. The Master of Fine Arts in creative writing is one of the most respected on the East Coast, cited as one of “Five Top Innovative/ Unique Programs in Creative Writing” in 2007 by Atlantic Monthly. The university has taken a leadership role in the long-term economic, environmental, educational, social and cultural health of the region. It has a strong commitment to adult learners and offers short, non-credit university courses, seminars, lectures, travel excursions and other educational opportunities. Overall, the university has an annual $500 million economic impact on the eight-county region. This represents 10 percent of total economic activity in the seven-county region.

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UNCW Administration Rosemary DePaolo, Chancellor

Dr. Rosemary DePaolo became chancellor and chief executive officer of the University of North Carolina Wilmington in July 2003. During her tenure, the university has attained national prominence as a model for teaching, research, and service. Chancellor DePaolo has led the university to greatness by developing strategies and processes to recruit and retain the highest quality of diverse faculty and staff, attract the highest quality of students, reduce faculty-to-student ratios, improve retention and graduation rates, provide the buildings necessary to support a world class campus environment, and encourage more private philanthropic support than ever. She has overseen the construction and renovation of $250 million in public and private supported projects resulting in 15 new or renovated buildings. A $30.1 million state-of-the art nursing building is under construction and the third phase of new campus housing, as well as the first parking deck on campus, opened in August 2009. The additional housing brought UNCW to its goal of forty percent of its undergraduate students living on campus. Private support has increased dramatically under her leadership. Generous supporters have allowed UNCW to set fundraising records for four years in a row. During this period, donors gave the university more than $30 million to support scholarships, professorships, academics, faculty research, athletics, student life experiences, and more, resulting in an increase in the university’s endowment by more than

fifty percent. Under her guidance, UNCW achieved Millennial Campus designation of several sites to be used for public/private research ventures capitalizing on the university’s strengths in marine biotechnology, among others. She has encouraged the university community to work closely with government, health, education, non-profit and business leaders in the region through a number of formal and informal collaborations, including a recently established partnership with the Wilmington Housing Authority to provide educational services at one of their community centers. Chancellor DePaolo is actively involved in a wide range of civic activities, including service on a number of boards. These include serving on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the North Carolina Chamber, the state’s largest and most influential business group, Ex-officio member of the Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce, Chair of the Southeastern Advisory Committee for Biotechnology of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, and Executive Board of the North Carolina Campus Compact. A nationally recognized champion for higher education, Chancellor DePaolo served on a Higher Education Cabinet established by the New York Times and the Chronicle of Higher Education. She has served on the Board of Directors of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and is also a current member of the Colonial Athletic Association’s Council of Presidents. UNCW has been praised by various publications for quality, affordability, and innovation. U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked the university as one of the top 10 public master’s universities in the South, and Forbes placed UNCW second among best public universities in North Carolina. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance listed UNCW as one of the top 25 “Best Values” among public universities in the nation and one of the top three in North Carolina. Before arriving in Wilmington, Chancellor DePaolo was president of Georgia College & State University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Queens College of the City University of New York and a master of arts and a doctorate in 18th century English literature from Rutgers University. A native of Long Island, New York, she is married to Fred Wharton, a retired professor of English.

Kelly Mehrtens, Director of Athletics Kelly Mehrtens begins her third year as UNC Wilmington’s Director of Athletics with a track record of outstanding leadership and success in collegiate athletic administration. Under Mehrtens’ watch, UNCW’s student-athletes have continued to achieve academic and athletic excellence, while also demonstrating a dedicated commitment to community service through the school’s active Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Academically, all of UNCW’s 19 intercollegiate teams finished above the multi-year score of 925 in the NCAA’s most recent APR report, and several were honored by the respective governing bodies for their work in the classroom in 2008-09. On top of that, the Seahawks have won six Colonial Athletic Association Championships over the last two years, including the school’s first men’s tennis title in the spring of 2009. In the spring of 2010, UNCW will serve as the host institution for the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championships at the Country Club of Landfall. Prior to her appointment at UNCW on July 2, 2007, Mehrtens compiled an impressive administrative resume at four institutions after record-setting days as an All-American student-athlete at the University of Alabama. A native of Panama City, Fla., Mehrtens previously spent almost four years as Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Women’s Administrator at the University of Kansas. As a key member of KU’s senior administrative team, she oversaw 15 men’s and women’s sports with operating budgets totaling more than $15 million, serving as a highly-efficient manager of high profile revenue and non-revenue sports programs. In addition to handling numerous senior administrative duties in Lawrence, the 46-year-old Mehrtens also established a successful track record in the fund-raising realm. She played a key role on KU’s fundraising team that has racked up $19 million in facility improvements in three years. In addition, she helped the Jayhawks increase their annual giving in athletics from $5 million in 2003 to $12 million. Mehrtens has truly been an advocate of the student-athlete. She developed KU’s Student-Athlete Development/Leadership Program and worked with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee to raise $1 million to help fund women’s sports facilities. Prior to joining the staff at Kansas, Mehrtens worked in a similar capacity at the University of Illinois. She oversaw all operations for men’s basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s track and field, women’s track and field, men’s golf, women’s golf, women’s swimming and softball for the Illini. She also administered game contracts and scheduling for men’s basketball, coordinated post-season travel for men’s and women’s basketball and performed numerous other senior management-level duties, including the creation of a softball program and overseeing construction of a $1.7 million softball facility in Champaign. From 1989-92, Mehrtens worked as Assistant Athletic Director for Business and Senior Women’s Administrator at the University of Miami. She managed the program’s $20 million budget and was responsible for financial planning and budgets for all of the Hurricane programs. Prior to her stint in Coral Gables, Mehrtens served as Special Assistant to the Director at Northeastern’s University Center for the Study of Sport In Society and as Assistant Athletic Director for Business in NU’s women’s athletics department. Mehrtens also spent two years as Executive Director of S.M.A.R.T. Sports, Inc., a community-based partnership program to provide mentoring for youth in Miami, Fla., between the Miami and Illinois appointments. As a student-athlete, Mehrtens enjoyed a successful collegiate career at Alabama. She threw the discus on the women’s track team, collecting All-American honors in 1985 and making the World University Games and Pan American Teams in 1987. She finished fourth in the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials. Mehrtens earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Commerce and Business Administration from Alabama in 1986 and completed her Master’s Degree in Education from Illinois in 2001. Mehrtens was very active on the Big 12 Conference and NCAA fronts. She served on the prestigious NCAA Division I Management Council and on the Big 12 Strategic Plan Review Committee and Championships and Awards Committee. She was the Big 12 Administrator’s Council Co-Chair in 2006-07.

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Media Information Schedule Aug. 18 Tue. Francis Marion (exhibition) 7 p.m. Aug. 23 Sun. at Winthrop (exhibition) 7 p.m. Sept. 1 Tue. Campbell 7 p.m. Sept. 4 Fri. at Florida Atlantic 7 p.m. Sept. 6 Sun. at Florida International 1 p.m. UNCW Courtyard by Marriott Classic (Wilmington, N.C.) Sept. 11 Fri. West Virginia 7:30 p.m. Sept. 13 Sun. Alabama A&M 3:30 p.m. Sept. 19 Sat. UNC Greensboro 7 p.m. Sept. 22 Tue. at Duke 7 p.m. Sept. 26 Sat. Drexel* 7 p.m. Oct. 3 Sat. at Old Dominion* 7 p.m. Oct. 7 Wed. at Georgia State* 7 p.m. Oct. 10 Sat. Northeastern* 7 p.m. Oct. 13 Tue. VCU* 7 p.m. Oct. 18 Sun. at Towson* 3 p.m. Oct. 21 Wed. William & Mary* 7 p.m. Oct. 24 Sat. Delaware* 7 p.m. Oct. 28 Wed. at James Madison* 7 p.m. Oct. 31 Sat. George Mason* 7 p.m. Nov. 4 Wed. at Hofstra* 7 p.m. Nov.13-15 Fri.-Sun. Colonial Athletic Association Tournament

▲ Sophomore defender Shaun Utterson

Media Services Notes and up-to-date statistics will be available via e-mail and on UNCWsports.com. Wireless internet is available at the UNCW Soccer Stadium. Post-Game Interviews No interviews will be given prior to the game. Players and coaches will be accessible on the field following the game. The NCAA’s 15-minute “cooling off” period will be enforced. General Interviews Day-to-day interviews with the coaching staff and players are encouraged. Please contact Tom Riordan at (910) 962-4099 to arrange an interview. Telephone Interviews In the event you are unable to talk in-person to an athlete or coach, we will attempt to arrange a telephone interview at a time convenient to both parties. Please allow ample time to set up a mutually-agreeable date and location for those involved.

2009 Opponents

Opponent Campbell “Camels” Florida Atlantic “Owls” Florida International “Golden Panthers” West Virginia “Mountaineers” Alabama A&M “Bulldogs” UNC Greensboro “Spartans” Duke “Blue Devils” Drexel “Dragons” Old Dominion “Monarchs” Georgia State “Panthers” Northeastern “Huskies” Va. Commonwealth “Rams” Towson “Tigers” William & Mary “Tribe” Delaware “Blue Hens” James Madison “Dukes” George Mason “Patriots” Hofstra “Pride”

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Contact Stan Cole Nick Mirkovich Ivan Irizarry Ira Green Tom Galbraith Mike Hirschman Meredith Rieder Britt Faulstick Carol Hudson Lauren Lamb George Fitopoulos Scott Day Eric Rhew Kris Sears Eric Zedalis Milla Sue Wisecarver Jason Risley Jeremy Kniffen

E-mail cole@campbell.edu nmirkovi@fau.edu iiriz001@fiu.edu ira.green@mail.wvu.edu aamusportsinfo@yahoo.com mwhirsch@uncg.edu mrieder@duaa.duke.edu bef29@drexel.edu chudson@odu.edu athlal@langate.gsu.edu george@gonu.com sdday@vcu.edu erhew@towson.edu kasear@wm.edu zedalis@udel.edu wisecams@jmu.edu jrisley@gmu.edu athjzk@hofstra.edu

Series

Record 18-24-1 1-0 1st meeting 1st meeting 1-1 5-5 5-12-1 5-2 4-16 4-2 1-3-1 5-10-2 5-2 2-31-2 7-0 7-22-2 4-21-2 1-6-1

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Roster

2009-10 UNC Wilmington Seahawks Front row (L-R): Kirk Hudgins, Ricky Cantore, Shaun Utterson, Etienne Boulanger, Tinashe Mugabe. Second row: David Acosta, Daniel Roberts, Michael Recchia, Cody Frennea, Brian Harrison, Thomas Driver, Seph Babington, Allen Lomax, Jeff Shapiro, Tyler Wheaton. Back row: Nassim Berhouni, Tyler Clare, Indy Smith, Bryson Siemon, Brock Duckworth, Brandon Miller, Christian Davidson, Alexander Gylfason, Shawn Guderian.

# 0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Name Bryson Siemon Brandon Miller Shaun Utterson Jeffery Shapiro David Acosta Indy Smith Allen Lomax Daniel Roberts Michael Recchia Nassim Berhouni Alexander Gylfason Thomas Driver Tinashe Mugabe Tyler Clare Ricky Cantore Brock Duckworth Brian Harrison Shawn Guderian Seph Babington Kirk Hudgins Tyler Wheaton Cody Frennea Christian Davidson Etienne Boulanger

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

Cl. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr.-R So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr.

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

Wt. 185 170 155 165 170 195 148 170 180 173 163 155 150 175 145 200 155 160 180 160 155 160 175 130

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Greensboro, N.C./N.W. Guilford Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Country Day Newcastle upon Tyne, England/Monkseaton Clayton, N.C./Clayton Fort Bragg, N.C./Fayetteville Academy Black Mountain, N.C./Asheville Mooresville, N.C./Lake Norman Sugar Land, Texas/Clements Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett Montreal, Quebec/Champlain College Reykjavik, Iceland/First Colonial Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley Durham, N.C./Midlands (Louisburg JC) Williamsburg, Va./Jamestown (Christopher Newport) Clarksville, Md./River Hill Parker, Texas/Plano East Raleigh, N.C./Wakefield Wilmington, N.C./Ashley Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons Cary, N.C./Cary Tryon, N.C./Polk County Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor Sugar Land, Texas/Strake Jesuit Ste-Julie, Quebec/Champlain College St. Lambert

Head Coach: Aidan Heaney (9th Season, UNC Charlotte, 1992) Assistant Coach: Steve Magee (3rd season, UNC Greensboro, 1997) Student Assistant Coach: Carlos Heiland (1st season, UNC Wilmington, 2010) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Kenny Bundy (1st season, UNC Greensboro, 2003)

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Player Profiles

0 • Bryson Siemon • Senior • GK Greensboro, N.C.

3 Jeff Shapiro, Junior, Def. Clayton, N.C.

2008: Did not play … 2007: Appeared in one game … Played 17 minutes against VCU … HIGH SCHOOL/ ODP: All-Conference and Region as a senior ... Fouryear letterman for Coach Tom Soth … PERSONAL: Full Name: Bryson Garrett Siemon ... Son of Brian and Andrea Siemon ... Born Nov. 13, 1987, in Springfield, Ohio. Year GP GS 2007 1 0 2008 0 0 Totals 1 0

Minutes 17:40 0:00 17:40

GA GAA Saves 3 15.28 0 0 0.00 0 3 15.28 0

W 0 0 0

L 0 0 0

T 0 0 0

Sho 0 0 0

1 Brandon Miller, Soph., GK Charlotte, N.C.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

2008: Started four matches, played in five … Posted shutout against nationally-ranked VCU … Earned CAA Rookie-of-the-Week honors for that start and made six saves … At Charlotte Country Day: Started his senior season … Helped lead Buccaneers to state semifinals in 2006 … Club: Played for SCSA 1989 Gold … Helped team to 2006 State Cup semifinals … Played for 2006 US Club Soccer Champions … Personal: Full Name: Brandon Kristopher Miller … Born Dec. 26, 1989, in Toledo, Ohio … Son of Valerie Miller. Year GP GS 2008 5 4

Minutes 405:00

GA GAA Saves 6 1.33 14

W 1

L 3

T 0

Sho 1

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 9 .000

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G 0 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 2 .000 1 1 2 .000 1 1 4 .000

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 .500 0 0-0 2 1.000 0 0-0 3 .750 0 0-0

2008: Started 19 games … Third on team in minutes played (1699) … 2007: One of two Seahawks to start all 18 games … Only goal of season proved to be game-winner against Coastal Carolina … Led team in minutes played (1595) … Opened season at midfield before moving to defender midway through season … 2006: Started nine matches and played in 18 … Elevated to starting role in midfield late in season … Brought tenacity and speed to midfield … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: Captain of 87 Fayetteville Soccer Club ... 2003 NCYSA Final Four ... Super-Y ODP National Select Team ... Captained two-time NCISAA State Champs ... Two-time All-State and Conference selection ... All-Cape Fear Region Player-of-the-Year ... Notched 24 points on six goals and 12 assists as senior ... PERSONAL: Full Name: David Ruben Acosta ... Son of Maureen and Eugene Acosta ... Born November 24, 1987, in Alexandria, La. Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

2008: Made all 20 starts for UNCW at defender … At Monkseaton: Helped Monkseaton to Northumberland League title … Also helped squad to County Cup championship and National Cup Victory … Named Young Player-of-the-Year at Monkseaton … Club: Played for Wallsend Boys Club … Won League and County Cup titles … Placed third at Gothia Youth World Cup … Personal: Full Name: Shaun Keith Utterson … Born Feb. 2, 1990, in Newcastle, England … Son of June and Keith Utterson. GP GS 20 20

GP GS 15 10 8 0 23 10

4 David Acosta, Senior, MF Fort Bragg, N.C.

2 Shaun Utterson, Soph.., D Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Year 2008

2008: Saw action in eight games … Recorded first career point and assist against Hartwick … 2007: Played in 15 matches, making 10 starts … Stepped into starting roll midway through season … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: NSCAA/adidas High School All American Scholar/Athlete ... Played in NCSCA EastWest All-Star game ... Conference and Region MVP ... Two-time NCSCA All-State & All-Region selection ... Named Johnston County Player-of-the-Year ... Led Clayton (4A) to a 23-3 season, Conference Championship and Third round State Playoffs ... Played for CASL Elite 88, Super-Y- ODP National Select Team ... Also played for Reston Football Club ... Participated on South Atlantic U16 ODP team … PERSONAL: Full Name: Jeffrey Michael Shapiro ... Son of Michael and Michele Shapiro ... Born May 3, 1989, in Centreville, Va.

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 3 .333 0 0-0

GP GS 18 9 18 18 19 19 55 46

G 0 1 0 1

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 7 .000 0 2 7 .143 0 0 2 .000 0 2 16 .063

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 5 .714 0 0-0 2 .286 1 0-0 0 .000 0 0-0 7 .500 1 0-0


Player Profiles

6 Indy Smith, Junior, D Asheville, N.C.

2008: CAA Defender-of-the-Year … First-team AllCAA … First-team NSCAA South Atlantic … Started all 20 matches … Led Seahawks in minutes played (1836) … Notched goal against nationally-ranked Furman … Added assists against Furman and William & Mary … Earned CAA All-Tournament honors… 2007: Started 17 games … Scored game-tying goal against UNC Greensboro … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: Spent senior season of high school training in Holland with youth program of SC Herrenveen ... Mountain Athletic Conference Playerof-the-Year ... Three-time MAC All-Conference selection ... Region 12 Player-of-the-Year ... Four-time All-Region 12 selection ... NCSA All-State as junior ... Scored 43 career goals and added 32 assists for Coach Mike Flowe ... Played with North Carolina 88 ODP co-national championship squad … PERSONAL: Full Name: Indy Blue Smith ... Son of Cole Smith and Cindy Costen ... Born Nov. 14, 1988, in Asheville, N.C. Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP GS 17 17 20 20 37 37

G 1 1 2

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 2 7 .143 2 4 10 .100 2 6 17 .118

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 4 .571 0 0-0 5 .500 0 0-0 9 529 0 0-0

7 Allen Lomax, Junior, Midfielder Mooresville, N.C.

2008: Played in 20 matches, making six starts … Recorded assist against James Madison … Played for U19 US Youth National Champion Dallas Solar FC ... 2007: Named to CAA All-Rookie squad … Started 16 matches, played in 17 … Led Seahawks with five goals … Tied for team lead with 11 points … Scored twice against Georgia State … Named CAA Rookieof-the-Week (11/12) … Scored once and added assist against Delaware … CollegeSoccerNews.com Preseason Top 100 Freshman ... HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: Charlotte Observer Player-of-the-Year ... NCSCA All-State selection as senior ... Also played in NCSCA East-West All-Star game ... Scored team-leading 23 goals in senior season ... Scored game-winner against Jacksonville in State 3A championship game ... Guided Wildcats to 27-0 mark and state title in 2006 ... Concluded career as Lake Norman’s all-time leading scorer with 133 points on 53 goals and 27 assists ... Four-year starter for Coach Dane Perry and Wildcats ... Played for CASL Elite club team … PERSONAL: Full Name: Spencer Allen Lomax ... Son of Spencer and Deborah Lomax ... Born June 13, 1989, in Charlotte, N.C. Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP GS 17 16 20 6 37 22

G 5 0 5

A Pts Shots Shot% 1 11 19 .263 1 1 9 .000 2 12 28 .179

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 15 .789 1 0-0 4 .444 0 0-0 19 .679 0 0-0

assists … Scored pair of game-tying goals … Nike/Olitsky Memorial Classic All-tournament selection … Also earned all-tournament honors at Jameson Inn Classic … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: All-State and Region player ... All-District and District Player-of-the-Year in 2007 ... Helped lead Rangers to 20-2-1 mark ... Scored eight goals and paced team with 18 assists ... Member of nationally-ranked TSC Texans U18 club ... Played for South Texas ODP team ... Competed on Region III ODP team in 2006-07 ... Participated in Houston Dynamo (MLS) Developmental Program … PERSONAL: Full Name: Daniel Stephen Roberts ... Son of Stephen and Caroline Roberts ... Born June 29, 1989, in Reading, England. Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP GS 17 17 12 10 29 27

G 3 3 6

A Pts Shots Shot% 5 11 32 .094 2 8 28 .107 7 19 60 .100

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 19 .594 0 0-0 9 .321 1 3-3 28 .467 1 3-3

10 Nassim Berhouni, Junior, F Montreal, Quebec [Canada]

2008: Played in all 20 matches, starting 15 … Finished tied for eighth in CAA with career-high six goals … Scored twice against Georgia State … Keyed Seahawks win over William & Mary with four points on a goal and two assists … 2007: Missed first seven games of season … Started final 11 matches … Finished third on team with five points on two goals and assist … Scored against Northeastern and James Madison … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: Named League MVP as senior ... Played for Team Quebec in Canadian Championship ... 4-year member of NTC… PERSONAL: Full Name: Nassim Berhouni ... Born Sept. 19, 1989, in Sherbrooke, Quebec. ... Son of Karima Sellami. Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP GS 11 11 20 15 31 26

G 2 6 8

A Pts Shots Shot% 1 5 11 .182 2 14 33 .182 3 19 44 .182

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 8 .727 0 0-0 13 .394 2 2-2 21 .477 2 2-2

8 Daniel Roberts, Junior, MF Sugar Land, Texas

2008: Played in 12 matches, making 10 starts … Missed time midway through season with injury … Collected three goals and two assists for eight points … Scored twice, including the game-winner and collected an assist in overtime win over Drexel … Also scored against nationally-ranked Charlotte … 2007: Named to CAA All-Rookie squad … Started 17 matches … Second on team with three goals … Tied for team-lead with 11 points … Paced Seahawks with five

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Player Profiles

17 Brock Duckworth, Junior, GK Parker, Texas

2008: Started 16 matches … Finished sixth in CAA with 1.12 GAA … Tied career-high with 62 saves … Six shutouts ranked fifth in UNCW history … Played for U19 US Youth National Champion Dallas Solar FC ... 2007: Started 17 matches … Finished with 1.79 goals against average … Fashioned four shutouts … Made 62 saves while facing 166 shots … Named CAA Rookie-of-the-Week (9/10) … Made career-high nine saves against College of Charleston … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: Four-year letterman for Panthers and Coach Rick Woodard ... Four-time All-District selection at four different positions ... Served as captain his junior and senior seasons ... Led Panthers with 10 goals ... First-team All-District ... Played for nationally ranked Solar SC 89 ... Solar reached ODP Nationals in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... Participated at 2006 Adidas ESP Camp … PERSONAL: Full Name: Brock Madison Duckworth ... Son of Brock and Deborah Duckworth ... Born Apr. 19, 1989, in Dallas, Texas. Year GP 2007 17 2008 16 Totals 33

GS 17 16 33

Minutes 1510:29 1441:48 2952:17

GA GAA Saves 30 1.79 62 18 1.12 62 48 1.46 124

W 4 9 13

L 11 6 17

T 1 1 2

18 Brian Harrison, RS-Junior, D Raleigh, N.C.

2008: CAA All-Rookie selection … Started all 20 matches … Earned CAA All-Tournament honors… Red-shirted two seasons following knee surgeries ... At Wakefield: Four-year starter for Wolverines ... Earned All-Conference and All-Region honors his senior season for coach Pat Kennedy ... Club: Played for North Carolina ODP ... Also played for Region III ODP squad that earned Co-National Championship ... Personal: Full Name: Brian Edward Harrison ... Born April 7, 1988, in Raleigh, N.C. ... Son of John and Beth Harrison. Year 2008

GP GS 20 20

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 11 .000

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 3 .273 0 0-0

Sho 4 6 10

19 Shawn Guderian, Soph., F Wilmington, N.C.

2008: Played in 15 matches, made three starts … Finished with two goals and four points … Notched both goals in win over Coastal Carolina … At Ashley: All-State honoree in 2006 … Also earned All-Eastern Regional honors in 2006 and 2007 … Helped Eagles to three straight Mideastern Conference championships Totaled 75 goals and 36 assists during prep career … Club: Accomplished player at club level … Led 89 CASL Elite in scoring … Helped lead NC 89 ODP National Championship in 2006 and a runner up position in 2007 … Picked by Soccer America as a Rising Star … Also tabbed by Top Drawer as a player-to-watch in the class of 2008 … Also placed earned Top Drawer Best 11 for South Atlantic Boys … Personal: Full Name: Shawn Alexander Guderian … Born Oct. 24, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawaii … Son of Sadie and Mike Guderian. Year 2008

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GP GS 15 3

G 2

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 4 15 .133

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 7 .467 0 0-0


Player Profiles 21 Kirk Hudgins, Senior, MF Cary, N.C.

2008: Started 19-of-20 games … Scored against James Madison … Added an assist against Coastal Carolina … 2007: One of two Seahawks to start all 18 games … Netted game-winning goal, in overtime, against James Madison to complete a three-point day … Also added assist against Liberty … 2006: Started 18-of-19 games … Scored twice, including game-winner against Charleston in UNCW/Jameson Inn Soccer Classic … Netted tying goal against Northeastern … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: All-State and Region selection in 2005 at Cary ... Two-time All-Tri 7 Conference honoree ... Earned Coach’s Award in 2005 ... Three-year starter for Coach Michael Dunphy and Imps … PERSONAL: Full Name: Kirk William Hudgins ... Son of Ruth and Dan Hudgins ... Born May 12, 1987, in Cary, N.C. ... Majoring in exercise science. Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP GS 19 18 18 18 20 19 57 55

G 2 1 1 4

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 4 15 .133 3 5 21 .048 1 3 20 .050 4 12 56 .071

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 7 .467 1 0-0 10 .476 1 0-0 11 .550 1 0-0 27 .482 3 0-0

22 Tyler Wheaton, Junior, F Tryon, N.C.

2008: Played in 10 matches off the bench ... Recorded a pair of shots ... 2007: Appeared in 12 games, starting one … HIGH SCHOOL/ODP: Four-year letterman ... All-State senior season ... Named All-Region twice ... Western Highland Conference Player-of-the-Year ... Notched 42 goals and 32 assists for Wolverines and Coach Lennox Charles ... Team captain as a junior and senior ... Played for HFC 88 Red Club … PERSONAL: Full Name: Tyler James Wheaton ... Son of Jim and Kathe Wheaton ... Born Sept. 30, 1988, in Tryon, N.C. Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP GS 12 1 10 0 22 1

G 0 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 7 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 0 9 .000

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 3 .429 0 0-0 1 .500 0 0-0 4 .444 0 0-0

24 Christian Davidson, Soph., D Sugar Land, Texas

2008: played in 19 matches, including 11 starts … Had two assists (Furman and Delaware) on season … At Strake Jesuit: Helped lead Crusaders to secondplace finish in District 5A and playoff appearance … Named All-District twice … Served as captain junior and senior seasons … Club: Played for Eclipse 90 Black … Also member of South Texas 89 ODP pool … Scored twice and added an assist while playing for Houstonians 89/90 FC at Disney Showcase … Also participated in Blue Chip Showcase … Personal: Full Name: Christian Scott Davidson … Born Nov. 20, 1989, in Aberdeen, Scotland … Son of Laura and Bruce Davidson … Father played golf at St. Thomas University in Houston, Texas. Year 2008

GP GS 19 11

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 2 2 5 .000

SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 .000 0 0-0

Seahawk Soccer Camps www.seahawksoccercamps.com Camp Director Aidan Heaney

Half Day, Day and Residential Camps offered. For more info check Web site or call 910-352-4925 for details.

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Newcomer Profiles 9 Michael Recchia, Fresh., D Suwanee, Ga.

At North Gwinnett: Team captain his junior and senior seasons … Team MVP in 2007 and 2008 … Helped Bulldogs to Region championship in 2007 … Four-year starter … Played for Norcross Fury Club … Participated in Score at the Shore, CASL, Disney and Red Bull Showcases … Personal: Full name: Michael Joseph John Recchia … Born Feb. 18, 1991, in Windsor, Ontario … Son of Lee and Maureen Recchia.

11 Alexander Gylfason, Fresh., MF Reykjavik, Iceland

At First Colonial: Helped Patriots to 2006-07 State AAA title … First-team All-Beach district … All-region and second-team All-State selection … Played for AS Monaco Virginia Rush U18 … Also excelled in golf, two-time team MVP and All-Region his junior year … Member of Icelandic U17 and U19 National pools … Personal: Full name: Alexander Aron Gylfason … Born Nov. 18, 1990, in Reykjavik, Iceland … Son of Gylfi Sigfusson and Hildur Hauksdottir.

12 Thomas Driver, Fresh., MF Greensboro, N.C.

At Grimsley: Led Whirlies to 4A State title his senior season ... Four-time All-Conference selection ... Three-timeAll-State honoree and twice earned Region Player-of-the-Year ... Four-year letterman for the Whirlies ... Personal: Ful name: Thomas Richard Driver ... Born Dec. 1, 1989, in Greensboro, N.C. ... Son of Doug and Ellen Driver.

13 Tinashe Mugabe, Junior, MF Durham, N.C.

At Louisburg JC: Scored eight goals and assisted on three others as a sophomore for Hurricanes … Had three points on a goal and two assists his freshman season … Personal: Full name: Tinashe Henry Mugabe ... Born May 11, 1989, in Louisville, Ky. ... Son of Dr. Henry and Hermina Mugabe.

14 Tyler Clare, Junior, F Williamsburg, Va.

At Christopher Newport: Played in 39 games for CNU … Collected 14 goals in two seasons … At Jamestown: Played four years for Head Coach Charles Sneddon ... Helped lead team to district and regional championship … Advanced to state semifinals ... Was first team all-district selection and second team All-Region pick ... Was chosen to play in VHSL All-Star game … Personal: Full name: Douglas Tyler Clare … Born on May 6, 1989, in Williamsburg, Va. ... Son of Mary and Brian Clare.

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16 Ricky Cantore, Fresh., MF Clarksville, Md.

At River Hill: Helped Hawks to 2007 2A State Championship … Player in PPA All Star game … Played for S.A.C. United 90/91 Club Team … Also played in Region 1 Premier League … Personal: Full name: Richard Anthony Cantore … Born July 1, 1991, in Columbia, Md. … Son of Rick and Missy Cantore … Father played soccer for Seahawks.

20 Seph Babington, Fresh., F Raleigh, N.C.

At Cardinal Gibbons: Led Crusaders to four straight State Championship matches … Won state titles in 2006 and 2008 … All-State selection his junior and senior seasons … Mid State Conference Player-ofthe-Year in 2007 … Tallied 93 career goals in high school … participated in Clash of the Carolinas and East-West All Star events … Plays for CASL Elite Club … Also played for CASL Chelsea FC Academy … Personal: Full name: Joseph Henican Babington … Born Nov. 17, 1990, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Charles and Donna Babington … Brother, Ronan, plays football at James Madison.

23 Cody Frennea, Fresh., MF Winston-Salem, N.C.

At Mount Tabor: Helped Spartans to conference titles in 2006 and 2008 … All-Region selection … Also earned All-Conference honors and was Team MVP in 2008 … Notched 10 goals and 25 assists in 60 games at prep level … Played club for 91 Twins White and ODP State and Region Team 05 … Personal: Full name: Cody Lee Frennea … Born Aug. 15, 1991, in High Point, N.C. … Son of Dennis and Tracy Frennea.

25 Etienne Boulanger, Fresh., MF Ste-Julie, Quebec

At Champlain College: Played on top-ranked team in Canada (2007-09) … Led Cavaliers to 2007 Provincial and National Championship … Played for FC Select Rive Sud … Personal: Full name: Etienne Boulanger … Born April 12, 1990, in Longueuil, Quebec … Son of Laurent Boulanger and Louise Samuel .. Father played collegiate basketball at University of Quebec.


Aidan Heaney • Head Coach (9th season) One year after welcoming 16 newcomers to his program, UNCW head Coach Aidan Heaney, the 2008 Colonial Athletic Association Coach-of-the-Year, guided the Seahawks to their first regular season title and enters his ninth season looking to build upon that success. The 2008 season was a tremendous one for UNCW as it captured its first regular season title after topping the standings with 7-4 record. Led by CAA Player-of-the-Year Devan Carroll and CAA Defender-of-the-Year Indy Smith, the Seahawks also returned to the national rankings and finished 48th in the RPI. For his efforts, Heaney earned his second Coach-of-the-Year honor. In 2007, UNCW’s 16 rookies were the second most in the nation, but the Seahawks were able to close out the season with a pair of impressive wins over James Madison and a road victory at Georgia State. The Seahawks played four teams that reached the NCAA tournament, dropping a pair of 1-goal decisions to Campbell and Liberty. The Seahawks closed out the 2006 campaign ranked 47th in the RPI and knocked off No. 3 Duke and No. 19 Old Dominion; both on the road. Heaney’s club won two tournaments - the College of Charleston’s Invitational and the UNCW-Jameson Inn Classic - and finished with an 11-7-1 overall record. During Heaney’s tenure, 15 Seahawks have earned All-Colonial honors, including three in 2008, when Brian Harrison joined Carroll and Smith on the all-conference squads by earning a spot on the All-Rookie squad. Brad Knighton became the first Seahawk to sign a Major League Soccer contract when he inked a deal with the New England Revolution in the spring of 2007. In addition to Knighton’s signing with the New England Revolution, three other former charges have gone on to play professionally following their careers in Heaney’s program. Justin Schatz played with the Wilmington Hammerheads of the USL in 2001. Keith Shevlin followed by signing with Cork City FC of the Eircom League in Ireland. Two-time All-CAA midfielder Chris Murray was signed by the Hammerheads during the spring of 2008. In 2005, the Seahawks reached the semifinals of the CAA Tournament for the first time in school history. In a quarterfinal match at nationally-ranked Old Dominion, UNCW jumped in front of the Monarchs, but was unable to hold onto the lead as ODU notched a pair of goals in the final 17 minutes for the win to advance to the finals. In seven seasons under the direction of Heaney, UNCW has earned a reputation as a giant-killer following wins over nationallyranked teams. In 2005, UNCW vaulted past #1 ranked and undefeated UNC Greensboro, 3-2. It marked the second straight season UNCW edged its in-state rival. In 2004, the Seahawks fashioned a 2-1-2 mark against nationally-ranked opposition with wins over

top-ranked UNCG and 12th-ranked Old Dominion. The Seahawks added draws against No. 9 UNC Chapel Hill and No. 16 VCU. The only loss was a 2-1 setback to eighth-ranked William & Mary. Heaney, 39, led the Seahawks to a 12-6-2 record in 2004 and was named the Colonial Athletic Association’s Coach-of-the-Year by his peers. The Seahawks climbed as high as 25th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll following a 3-2 upset of top-ranked UNC Greensboro. The Seahawks have made a steady climb to the upper echelon of the CAA under Heaney. In 2003, the Seahawks reached the CAA Tournament following a two-year absence and reached the South Atlantic Regional rankings en route to a 10-73 mark. As a player, Heaney powered C h a r lotte’s 49ers to their first N C A A Brad Knighton and Aidan Heaney Tournament in 1991. He was a two-time team Most Valuable Player and an Academic All-American. He still holds the record for career shutouts and goals against average. Heaney then led the Greensboro Dynamo to a pair of national titles in the USISL in 1993 and 1994, being named Atlantic Division Goalkeeper-of-the-Year in 1993 and team MVP and Defensive MVP in 1994. During a stint with Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution in 1996-97, Heaney started 19 games, finishing fifth in the

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league in goals against average. Heaney began his professional career in Germany in 1992 before moving to MLS. Heaney served as an assistant coach at UNC Chapel Hill from 1995-96, where he was involved in all phases of the program. National Team member Eddie Pope was a first-team All-ACC selection that season. Joining Pope on the Tar Heel roster during that time span were Carey Talley (Real Salt Lake), Kerry Zavagnin (Kansas City) and Eddie Robinson (US National team). He moved on to Penn State from 1997-99, and the Nittany Lions finished in the top 20 and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Heaney sharpened his coaching and teaching skills under the direction of Barry Gorman, who is considered one of the foremost teachers of the game in the country. Heaney then moved to Boone, N.C., where he coached two years at Appalachian State before taking over the helm at UNCW. In Boone, Heaney helped the Mountaineers compile a 13-7-0 record in 2000 and advance to the championship game of the Southern Conference tourney. The Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, native earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from UNC Charlotte in 1992. He holds an FA Preliminary Badge, NSCAA Premier Badge and USSF “A” Coaching License. He currently is a North Carolina ODP coach and serves as Region III Staff Coach in the 1992 age group. Heaney is married to the former Dr. Stephanie Freccia, of Fayetteville, N.C. and they have a seven-month old daughter, Maeve Claire.

The Heaney Profile Birthplace: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England Birthdate: Aug. 9, 1969 Education: B.S., Business Administration, UNC Charlotte, 1992 Playing Experience: • England Under-18 Schoolboy International, 1986-87 • UNC Charlotte, 1988-92 • SV Wiesbaden, Germany, Professional Club, 1992 • Greensboro Dynamo, Professional Club, 1993-96, 1997 • New England Revolution, MLS, 1996-97 Coaching Experience: • Assistant Soccer Coach, UNC Chapel Hill, 1995-96 • Assistant Soccer Coach, Penn State, 1997-99 • Head Coach, Appalachian State, 1999-2000 • Head Coach, UNC Wilmington, 2001-Present Coaching Honors: • Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year, 2000 • Colonial Athletic Association Coach-of-the-Year, 2004, 2008

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UNC Charlotte honored Aidan Heaney by retiring his number at halftime of a 49er basketball game.

Year School 1999 Appalachian State 2000 Appalachian State 2001 UNC Wilmington 2002 UNC Wilmington 2003 UNC Wilmington 2004 UNC Wilmington 2005 UNC Wilmington 2006 UNC Wilmington 2007 UNC Wilmington 2008 UNC Wilmington 10 seasons

Overall 8-10-0 13-7-0 3-15-0 9-9-0 10-7-3 12-6-2 10-8-3 11-7-1 4-13-1 10-9-1 90-91-11

Conference ------ 6-2-0 0-6-0 2-7-0 4-4-1 5-3-1 4-4-3 6-5-0 3-8-0 7-4-0 37-43-5

Finish 4th T2nd 6th 9th 6th 4th 5th 6th 10th 1st


Steve Magee • Assistant Coach (3rd season) Steve Magee returns for his third season with the Seahawk program. He assists head coach Aidan Heaney in all aspects of the Seahawk program, including practices, recruiting, fund-raising, game operations and management, alumni relations and community service projects. Steve had five years with the Charlotte Soccer Club and spent time in a similar post at the New Orleans Soccer Academy. He is a member of the NC ODP staff and coaches locally with the Cape Fear Soccer Association. A native of Lurgan, Northern Ireland, Magee was a four-year starter and two-year captain at UNCG during which time the UNCG squad went to the NCAA tournament 3 times. He then worked with the Greensboro Twisters after graduation before becoming director of coaching with the High Country Soccer Association. Following a brief stay in Boone, he moved on to the Charlotte Soccer Club for four years before heading to Louisiana. Magee coordinated and developed the girl’s program in New Orleans in 2004-05 until he returned to North Carolina to rejoin the Charlotte club to head up the youth and college prep programs. Magee owns a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Premier Diploma and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “B” License. Magee received his Bachelor of Science in Leisure Studies (Recreation Management concentration) from UNCG in 1997. Magee resides in Wilmington with his wife Courtney and their 18 month old son Keane.

Kenny Bundy Assistant Coach (1st Season) Kenny Bundy enters his first season with the Seahawks as a volunteer assistant. Bundy starred with the hometown Wilmington Hammerheads in 2008 where he was honored by the fans as the squad’s most valuable forward. A native of Bixby, Okla., Bundy also serves as Director of Coaching for Cape Fear Soccer in Wilmington. He coaches both the 98 Breakers White and 94 Breakers White club teams. Bundy graduated from UNC Greensboro in 2003.

Pat Murphy Strength & Conditioning (3rd Season) Patrick Murphy begins his third year as the Athletic Department’s Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning after serving as an assistant

for two years. Murphy, a catcher, was a two-year starter on the Seahawks baseball team and helped lead the program to its first NCAA Tournament appearance. That season, the Seahawks set a then school-record with 40 wins and became the first UNCW team to earn an at-large tournament berth.

Caito Heiland Student Assistant Coach (1st Season) Caito Heiland enters first season with the Seahawks on the coaching staff following three seasons on the field. He will serve as a student assistant coach in 2009. In his final season with the Seahawks, Heiland played in 16 games, including 10 starts. He notched the game-winning goal against VCU and added assists against Coastal Carolina and William & Mary.

Craig Johnson Physicians Assistant (9th Season) Craig Johnson returns for his ninth season as the Seahawks’ physcian assistant at all home games. “CJ” is a former soccer standout at Wake Forest, where he also played for the U-23 US National team at the Olympic Sports Festival. He graduated from Wake Forest with a B.S. in health and sports medicine in 1991. He later graduated from Wake’s Physician Assistant School and earned his master’s degree from Nebraska in 2004. Craig and his wife Molly live in Wilmington and are the proud parents of two daughters, Reilly Elizabeth and Sophia Grace.

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2008 Statistics Overall: 10-9-1 CAA: 7-4-0 Home: 5-3-1 Away: 5-5-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 Name Devan Carroll Nassim Berhouni Daniel Robert Matt Brown Shawn Guderian Caito Heiland Indy Smith Kirk Hudgins Christian Davidson Will Friesinger Allen Lomax Albert Alwang Jon Kearns Jeffrey Shapiro Jeremy Lappas Brian Harrison Shaun Utterson Tyler Wheaton David Acosta Brock Duckworth Ethan Morrow Michael Gallimore Brandon Miller Total Opponents

GP-GS 19-16 20-15 12-10 17-2 15-3 16-10 20-20 20-19 19-11 20-14 20-6 20-13 5-2 8-0 5-0 20-20 20-20 10-0 19-19 16-1 4-0 1-0 5-4 20 20

Name Brock Duckworth Brandon Miller Total Opponents

GP-GS 16-16 5-4 20 20

Min 1136 1219 878 497 480 840 1836 1373 1299 1056 867 1110 200 231 96 1727 1624 148 1699 1442 21 9 405 20193 -

G A Pts 9 2 20 6 2 14 3 2 8 2 0 4 2 0 4 1 2 4 1 2 4 1 1 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 19 71 24 21 69

Minutes 1441:48 405:00 1846:48 1846:48

GA 18 6 24 26

GOALS BY PERIOD UNC Wilmington Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 7 17 1 1 9 14 1 0

Total 26 24

SHOTS BY PERIOD UNC Wilmington Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 95 127 3 3 87 120 4 2

Total 228 213

SAVES BY PERIOD UNC Wilmington Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 29 46 2 1 33 41 1 1

Total 78 76

CK BY PERIOD UNC Wilmington Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 38 52 1 0 30 46 0 2

Total 91 78

FOULS BY PERIOD UNC Wilmington Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 118 147 3 3 111 139 3 3

Total 271 256

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Sh 41 33 28 16 15 10 10 20 5 11 9 2 2 2 0 11 9 2 2 0 0 0 0 228 213

Avg Saves 1.12 62 1.33 14 1.17 78 1.27 76

Shot% .220 .182 .107 .125 .133 .100 .100 .050 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .114 .113

SOG SOG% 23 .561 13 .394 9 .321 9 .562 7 .467 7 .700 5 .500 11 .550 0 .000 3 .273 4 .444 0 .000 1 .500 2 1.000 0 .000 3 .273 3 .333 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 102 .447 102 .479

Pct .775 .700 .765 .745

W 9 1 10 9 Date Aug 29 Aug 31 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 17 Sep 20 Sep 27 Oct 04 Oct 08 Oct 11 Oct 15 Oct 18 Oct 22 Oct 26 Oct 29 Nov 01 Nov 07 Nov 14

L 6 3 9 10

YC-RC GW 0-0 3 3-0 2 0-1 1 0-0 1 4-0 0 2-0 1 2-0 0 1-0 1 0-0 0 3-0 0 2-0 0 2-0 0 1-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 5-0 0 4-0 0 1-0 0 2-0 0 1-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-0 0 34-1 10 29-3 9

T Sho 1 6 0 1 1 7 1 8

PK-A 0-0 2-2 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-5 1-3

FG OT HT GTG 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 1 5 11 1 0 2

Shots Faced 146 48 194 214

Opponent at Campbell #20 FURMAN vs Syracuse at Hartwick DAYTON CHARLOTTE at Coastal Carolina at UNC Greensboro at Drexel OLD DOMINION GEORGIA STATE at Northeastern at Va. Commonwealth TOWSON at William and Mary at Delaware JAMES MADISON at George Mason HOFSTRA #5 NORTHEASTERN

W/L L W O2 L L W L W L W OT L W L W W W W W L L OT T O3

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


All-Time Results 1971 Head Coach: Calvin Lane Overall: 5-5-0 Home: 2-1-0 Away:2-4-0 Neutral: 1-0-0 9/25 at Pemrboke State L 1-3 10/2 High Point W 3-0 6 The Citadel L 2-3 9 at Lynchburg L 1-5 13 Vs. Southeastern W 10-0 21 St. Augustine W 3-1 23 Campbell L 1-11 26 at Methodist W 3-0 30 at St. Andrew’s L 0-2 11/2 at North Carolina Wesleyan W 4-1 1972 Head Coach: Calvin Lane Overall: 5-8-1 Home: 2-4-0 Away: 3-2-1 Neutral: 0-2-0 9/19 St. Andrew’s L 22 at James Madison L 23 at Eastern Mennonite T 28 Vs. Erskine # L 29 Vs. Guilford # L 30 Jacksonville L 10/4 at East Carolina W 7 at Campbell L 11 Pembroke State L 14 Atlantic Christian W 17 Methodist W 21 at High Point W 27 Lynchburg L 31 North Carolina Wesleyan W # Campbell Classic (Buies Creek, N.C.)

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

1973 Overall: 5-7-4 Home: 2-4-1 Away: 2-3-3 Neutral: 1-0-0 9/14 East Carolina # T 1-1 15 James Madison # L 0-10 20 at Campbell $ L 0-4 21 Vs. Methodist $ W 2-0 24 The Citadel L 0-3 27 Duke L 0-4 29 at North Carolina Wesleyan* T 2-2 10/2 Atlantic Christian* W 5-1 8 at NC State L 0-2 10 at Pembroke State* W 2-0 13 High Point W 1-0 17 at St. Andrew’s* W 3-2 20 at Lynchburg* L 0-3 24 Campbell* L 0-3 27 at Methodist* T 1-1 11/8 Vs. Lynchburg % T 0-0 (L Shootout) # UNCW Kickoff Tournament | $ Campbell Classic (Buies Creek, N.C.) | * NAIA District 29 1974 Overall: 11-7-1 Home: 6-3-0 Away: 4-3-1 Neutral: 1-1-0 Methodist W 1-0 at Pembroke State W 7-3 at Eastern Mennonite W 2-1 at James Madison T 1-1 at Duke L 4-0 North Carolina Wesleyan W 10-1 at Atlantic Christian * W 5-1 NC State L 1-5 Pembroke State * W 2-1 at High Point L 2-1 St. Andrew’s * W 6-2 Lynchburg * L 1-5 at The Citadel L 1-3 Coll. of Charleston W 10-2 10/30 at Campbell * W 1-0 Baltimore L 0-3 Methodist * W 3-1 Methodist # W 4-2 11/8 Campbell # L 0-2 * NAIA District 29 | # NAIA District 29 Playoffs 1975 Overall: 13-2-0 Away: NA Coll. of Charleston Pembroke State NC State

Home: NA Neutral: NA W W L

4-3 6-0 1-3

East Carolina Duke North Carolina Wesleyan Atlantic Christian Pembroke State High Point St. Andrew’s The Citadel Coll. of Charleston 10/29 Campbell Methodist 11/6 Campbell # NAIA District 29 Playoffs 1976 Overall: 8-7-0 Away: NA UNC Chapel Hill Florida Tech The Citadel Rollins Stetson Atlantic Christian NC State High Point UNC Pemroke Duke St. Andrew’s East Carolina 10/30 Campbell Methodist Baltimore 1977 Overall: 11-4-0 Away: 4-2-0 9/9 Vs. UNC Asheville # 10 Vs. UNC Greensboro # 13 Campbell 17 UNC Chapel Hill 20 The Citadel 23 Rollins 29 Atlantic Christian 10/5 at NC State 7 Duke 12 at UNC Pembroke 15 East Carolina 22 at William & Mary 23 at Richmond 26 at St. Andrew’s 11/1 at Methodist # UNC Charlotte Tournament

W W W W W W W W W W W L

4-1 1-0 8-0 6-0 10-0 1-0 5-0 5-0 4-1 1-0 5-0 0-1

Home: NA Neutral: NA L 0-5 L 1-2 L 2-3 (ot) L 0-2 W 4-1 L 2-3 W 1-0 W 3-2 W 16-0 L 1-2 (ot) W 6-0 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 5-0 L 1-3 Home: 5-2-0 Neutral: 2-0-0 W 3-0 W 9-0 W 4-0 W 6-3 (ot) L 2-5 (ot) W 2-0 L 1-2 L 2-3 W 4-2 W 9-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 6-1 W 3-1 W 4-0

1978 Overall: 11-5-1 Home: 4-3-0 Away: 6-2-0 Neutral: 1-0-0 9/9 Warren Wilson W 5-1 13 at UNC Chapel Hill W 4-1 19 at The Citadel L 1-2 23 at Rollins L 2-5 25 at Stetson W 3-1 28 at Atlantic Christian W 3-0 10/4 NC State L 0-3 6 at Old Dominion # W 3-2 (ot) 7 Vs. James Madison # W 6-3 (ot) 10 at Campbell W 8-1 14 UMBC W 4-2 17 at East Carolina W 3-1 24 St. Andrew’s W 5-0 28 William & Mary L 2-5 31 Methodist W 2-0 11/4 South Carolina L 1-3 8 at Duke T 1-1 (ot) # Harbor Front Classic (Norfolk, Va.) 1979 Overall: 9-4-4 Home: 7-0-2 Away: 2-4-2 Neutral: 0-0-0 9/7 UNC Greensboro W 8 UNC Charlotte W 12 UNC Chapel Hill T 16 at South Carolina L 22 at NC State L 27 Atlantic Christian W 30 at Appalachian State L 10/5 North Carolina Wesleyan W 6 UNC Charlotte W 13 at UMBC T

4-3 2-1 1-1 2-3 1-3 2-1 1-3 6-0 1-0 1-1

14 17 24 27 30 11/3 7

at Baltimore The Citadel East Carolina at William & Mary at Methodist Campbell Duke

W W W L T T W

2-0 2-0 4-0 1-2 2-2 1-1 2-1

1980 Overall: 14-2-0 Home: 7-1-0 Away: 6-1-0 Neutral: 1-0-0 9/5 Vs. UNC Greensboro # W 2-1 6 at UNC Charlotte # W 5-3 10 at Atlantic Christian W 3-2 12 Coastal Carolina W 2-1 17 NC State L 1-3 19 at St. Andrew’s W 3-2 (ot) 27 at UNC Chapel Hill L 0-3 10/2 Guilford W 4-0 6 North Carolina Wesleyan W 6-0 9 at Campbell W 5-2 18 Wake Forest $ W 2-1 19 South Carolina $ W 4-2 22 at East Carolina W 3-1 25 William & Mary W 3-2 28 Methodist W 3-0 11/8 at Duke W 1-0 # UNC Charlotte Four Points Tournament % Port City Classic 1981 Overall: 9-8-0 Home: 5-3-0 Away: 2-4-0 Neutral: 2-1-0 9/4 Vs. UNC Greensboro # L 0-1 (ot) 5 Vs. UNC Asheville # W 11-1 10 Atlantic Christian W 6-1 12 at UNC Pembroke W 1-0 16 UNC Chapel Hill L 1-2 18 St. Andrew’s W 4-0 26 at NC State L 0-3 28 Alabama A&M L 1-3 10/3 Vs. Baltimore $ W 2-1 4 at William & Mary $ L 3-5 8 Campbell W 3-1 11 at Wake Forest L 0-1 21 East Carolina W 4-0 24 Appalachian State W 4-1 (ot) 28 at Methodist W 4-0 11/1 at South Carolina L 2-3 3 Duke L 2-7 # UNC Charlotte Four Points Tournament $ William & Mary Tournament 1982 Overall: 8-6-2 Away: 3-4-0 9/3 Glassboro State # 4 Belmont Abbey # 11 at UNC Chapel Hill 15 UNC Pembroke 18 William & Mary 26 NC State 29 at Atlantic Christian 10/2 at Campbell 10 Wake Forest 15 UNC Charlotte 18 at Rollins 20 at Mercer 28 Methodist 31 South Carolina 11/3 at Duke 5 at East Carolina # Port City Classic

Home: 5-2-2 W W L W T L L W L W L W W T L W

2-0 2-1 0-3 2-0 2-2 (ot) 1-4 1-2 3-2 0-3 1-0 0-1 (ot) 6-0 5-1 1-1 (ot) 0-6 3-2 (ot)

1983 Overall: 9-9-0 Home: 4-4-0 Away: 3-4-0 Neutral: 2-1-0 9/1 at Virginia L 9 Baptist # W 10 UNC Charlotte # L 14 UNC Chapel Hill L 21 at NC State L 24 at Georgia State $ L 25 Vs. Emory $ W 28 Atlantic Christian W 10/2 at Wake Forest W 5 at UNC Pembroke W 8 Vs. Alderson-Broaddus ^ L

0-4 3-0 0-1 0-4 0-6 3-5 3-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 0-3

9 Vs. Virginia Tech ^ W 3-0 13 East Carolina W 3-0 16 at UNC Charlotte W 3-1 19 at South Carolina L 0-2 25 Methodist W 2-1 11/2 Duke L 0-4 5 Campbell L 1-2 # Port City Classic | $ Georgia State Invitational | ^ William & Mary Classic 1984 Overall: 5-11-4 ECAC South: 1-5-1 Home: 3-4-3 Away: 2-7-1 9/1 at George Mason * L 0-3 7 Baptist # W 3-1 8 Georgia State # W 2-5 (ot) 19 at James Madison * L 0-3 22 Richmond * W 8-2 26 at Atlantic Christian W 2-1 (ot) 29 American * L 2-3 10/5 at NC State L 0-3 10 South Carolina L 1-4 14 at Rollins L 2-4 16 at Stetson L 0-1 20 UNC Charlotte L 1-6 23 Methodist T 0-0 (ot) 27 UNC Pembroke T 0-0 (ot) 29 at Navy * L 1-5 31 at Duke L 1-5 11/3 at Campbell W 1-0 5 at East Carolina * T 1-1 (ot) 7 William & Mary * L 1-5 11 Wake Forest T 0-0 (ot) * ECAC South | # Port City Classic 1985 Overall: 8-6-3 Home: 6-1-2 9/7 Baptist 11 at UNC Pembroke 14 James Madison 15 George Mason 20 Francis Marion 28 at Navy * 29 at American * 10/3 East Carolina * 5 at UNC Charlotte 9 at Wake Forest 11 Atlantic Christian 19 at Richmond * 20 at William & Mary 23 at Methodist 26 Coker 31 Coastal Carolina 11/6 Campbell * Colonial

CAA: 2-5-0 Away: 2-5-1 W 4-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 L 0-4 T 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 T 2-2 (ot) L 1-4 T 3-3 (ot) L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 2-0 (ot) W 1-0 W 1-0

1986 Head Coach: Jackie Blackmore Overall: 4-11-1 CAA: 0-6-1 Home: 2-5-0 Away: 2-5-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 9/6 at Baptist W 3-0 11 UNC Pembroke W 3-2 (ot) 13 at James Madison * T 1-1 (ot) 14 at George Mason * L 0-7 18 at Campbell L 0-4 19 Vs. South Florida # L 0-2 27 Navy * L 0-1 28 American * L 0-3 10/2 at East Carolina * L 3-2 (ot) 10 at Atlantic Christian L 0-1 (ot) 18 Richmond * L 1-2 20 Francis Marion W 2-0 25 at Coker W 1-0 29 UNC Charlotte L 0-1 11/1 at Coastal Carolina L 0-1 8 William & Mary * L 0-2 * Colonial | # played in Buies Creek, N.C. 1987 Overall: 7-8-1 Home: 4-4-0 9/5 VCU 9 at UNC Pembroke 12 James Madison * 13 George Mason * 16 Campbell

CAA: 2-4-1 Away: 3-4-1 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 2-1 (ot) L 0-3 L 1-5

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19 at UNC Charlotte 23 Charleston 26 at Navy * 27 at American * 30 Atlantic Christian 10/2 East Carolina * 7 Coastal Carolina 17 at Richmond * 18 at William & Mary * 25 at Davidson 27 at Francis Marion * Colonial

L L L T W W L L L W W

0-3 1-4 0-1 (ot) 0-0 (ot) 3-0 3-0 1-2 1-5 0-2 2-0 (ot) 2-1

1988 Overall: 9-7-1 Home: 5-2-1 9/1 at Charleston 5 Florida Tech 10 at James Madison * 11 at George Mason * 17 Richmond * 20 at Atlantic Christian 24 Navy * 25 American * 10/1 at East Carolina * 5 at Coastal Carolina 8 William& Mary * 15 Davidson 19 at Winthrop 22 UNC Charlotte 25 Francis Marion 27 at Campbell 30 at VCU

CAA: 3-4-0 Away: 4-5-0 L 0-1 (ot) W 4-2 (ot) L 0-1 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 7-3 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 5-0 W 3-0 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 (ot) T 1-1 (ot) W 5-1 L 0-2 W 3-0

1989 Overall: 5-10-1 Home: 3-5-0 9/4 Charleston 8 James Madison * 10 George Mason * 14 Atlantic Christian 16 at UNC Charlotte 23 at Navy * 24 at American * 27 Coastal Carolina 10/1 East Carolina * 6 at William & Mary * 8 at Richmond * 14 at Boca Raton 15 at Florida Tech 21 Winthrop 23 at Francis Marion 26 Campbell

CAA: 2-4-1 Away: 2-5-1 L 0-2 L 0-1 (ot) L 1-4 W 7-0 L 1-4 T 0-0 (ot) L 0-1 L 0-3 W 4-1 L 1-2 W 1-0 L 0-2 L 1-4 W 1-0 (ot) W 3-0 L 3-5

1990 Overall: 6-8-1 CAA: 2-5-0 Home: 3-3-0 Away: 3-4-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 8/29 at Campbell W 4-2 9/3 at Charleston T 0-0 (ot) 8 at James Madison * L 0-3 9 at George Mason * L 0-3 13 at Methodist L 1-2 18 The Citadel W 5-0 22 Navy * L 2-3 23 American * W 1-0 29 at East Carolina * W 4-1 10/6 William & Mary * L 1-3 13 Richmond *# L 0-1 17 at Coastal Carolina L 1-2 (ot) 20 Lenoir-Rhyne W 2-1 27 at North Carolina Wesleyan W 3-0 11/1 Vs. Richmond $ L 1-2 * Colonial | # played at Legion Stadium (Wilmington, N.C.) | $ CAA Tournament 1991 Overall: 6-8-1 Home: 5-2-1 Neutral: 0-2-0 9/7 James Madison * 8 George Mason * 12 Methodist 20 at Old Dominion * 21 at American * 28 East Carolina * 30 Francis Marion 10/4 at William & Mary * 6 at Richmond * 15 UNC Pembroke 20 North Carolina Wesleyan 25 Vs. The Citadel #

CAA: 2-5-0 Away: 1-4-0 L L T L W W W L L W W L

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0-1 0-5 2-2 (ot) 1-5 1-0 2-1 2-1 0-2 0-2 1-0 8-0 0-1

26 at Charleston Southern L 1-3 31 Campbell W 2-0 11/7 Vs. Old Dominion $ L 1-6 * Colonial | # played at Charleston Southern | $ CAA Tournament 1992 Overall: 3-12-0 Home: 1-4-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 9/5 The Citadel 10 at Campbell 18 at James Madison * 20 at George Mason * 26 at East Carolina * 30 at NC State 10/3 William & Mary * 10 at Methodist 14 at VCU * 17 Old Dominion * 20 at UNC Pembroke 24 Richmond * 27 at Francis Marion 11/1 American * 5 Vs. James Madison $ * Colonial | $ CAA Tournament

CAA: 2-5-0 Away: 2-7-0 L L L L W W L L L L L L L W L

1-2 (ot) 0-7 0-4 0-6 2-0 3-2 0-2 0-1 0-4 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-3 2-0 0-1

1993 Head Coach: Keith Cammidge Overall: 9-9-0 CAA: 3-4-0 Home: 4-3-0 Away: 3-5-0 Neutral: 2-1-0 9/4 The Citadel W 3-1 8 at Chowan W 5-1 11 Vs. Marshall # W 2-1 12 Vs. Va. Military # W 2-1 17 James Madison * L 0-3 19 George Mason * W 2-1 21 at UMES W 3-0 29 NC State L 2-4 10/1 at William & Mary * L 1-5 3 at Richmond * L 0-4 8 at Jacksonville L 0-4 12 East Carolina * W 4-0 15 at Old Dominion * W 2-1 17 at American * L 1-2 (ot) 19 UNC Pembroke W 5-1 23 at Winthrop L 1-4 27 Methodist L 0-1 11/4 Vs. Richmond$ L 0-5 * Colonial | # played in Greenville, N.C. | $ CAA Tournament 1994 Overall: 6-13-1 CAA: 0-6-1 Home: 4-6-0 Away: 2-6-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 9/3 Vs. Stetson # L 0-5 4 at Central Florida L 0-2 8 Chowan W 6-0 10 UNC Greensboro L 0-2 13 at NC State L 4-7 (ot) 17 at James Madison * L 0-12 24 The Citadel W 3-2 25 UMES W 7-1 10/1 William & Mary * L 1-7 5 Coastal Carolina W 2-1 8 at Charleston Southern W 3-2 11 at East Carolina * T 1-1 (ot) 15 at Boston L 0-3 18 Duke L 0-2 22 Richmond * L 0-4 25 at Campbell W 4-2 30 at George Mason * L 2-3 11/4 Old Dominion * L 3-6 (ot) 6 American * L 3-5 10 at William & Mary $ L 0-4 * Colonial | # played in Orlando, Fla. | $ CAA Tournament 1995 Overall: 9-11-0 Home: 6-3-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 9/2 at UNC Asheville 4 at Montreat-Anderson 7 Chowan 12 at Coastal Carolina 15 James Madison * 17 George Mason * 20 Charleston Southern 23 Jacksonville 27 East Carolina *

CAA: 2-6-0 Away: 3-7-0 L W W L L L W W W

1-2 7-1 6-0 1-2 1-3 1-5 5-2 5-2 1-0

30 at William & Mary * L 0-4 10/4 at The Citadel W 5-0 11 NC State L 2-4 (ot) 15 at UMES W 4-0 18 at Duke L 1-7 21 at Richmond * L 0-3 25 Campbell W 4-2 28 VCU * W 2-1 11/3 at Old Dominion * L 0-3 5 at American * L 0-3 8 Vs. East Carolina $ L 0-3 * Colonial | $ CAA Tournament (Harrisonburg, Va.) 1996 Overall: 9-12-0 CAA: 2-6-0 Home: 4-7-0 Away: 4-5-0 Neutral: 1-0-0 8/31 at St. Joseph’s # W 2-0 9/2 Vs. Temple # W 2-1 14 at George Mason * L 2-4 17 William & Mary * L 0-2 22 Montevallo W 5-1 25 at East Carolina * W 3-1 27 Mount Olive W 5-4 (ot) 10/2 Coastal Carolina L 1-2 (ot) 5 at UNC Greensboro L 0-1 9 at Charleston Southern W 3-0 12 at James Madison * L 0-6 16 Duke L 0-6 20 UMES W 7-0 23 at Campbell L 0-2 26 Richmond * L 1-4 11/1 Old Dominion * L 0-2 3 American * L 0-2 6 at NC State L 0-2 9 at VCU * W 3-1 13 East Carolina $ W 2-1 14 William & Mary $ L 0-3 * Colonial | $ CAA Tournament (Wilmington, N.C.) 1997 Overall: 6-14-0 Home: 3-7-0 8/30 Charleston Southern 9/1 at Montevallo 6 St. Joseph’s 10 Mount Olive 13 High Point 20 at Wofford 24 East Carolina * 27 at Old Dominion * 10/1 at Coastal Carolina 4 James Madison * 8 at Monmouth 11 at St. Peter’s 18 at Richmond * 22 at Duke 25 VCU * 26 George Mason * 29 NC State 11/1 Campbell 7 at William & Mary * 9 at American *

CAA: 0-8-0 Away: 3-7-0 W W L W W W L L L L L W L L L L L L L L

1998 Overall: 12-8-0 CAA: 2-6-0 Home: 9-2-0 Away: 3-5-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 9/1 at High Point W 9 UNC Asheville W 12 at George Mason * L 16 Coastal Carolina W 19 Wofford W 23 Methodist W 30 Mount Olive W 10/1 Pfeiffer W 3 St. Peter’s W 7 at VCU * L 8 at James Madison * L 10 at St. Andrew’s W 14 at East Carolina * L 17 Richmond * L 21 at NC State W 24 Old Dominion * W 28 at Campbell L 11/1 American * W 6 William & Mary * L 12 James Madison $ L * Colonial | $ CAA Tournament (Virginia Beach, Va.)

4-2 4-2 0-1 6-0 2-0 3-2 0-3 0-1 2-3 0-2 1-4 2-1 0-1 2-6 0-4 0-4 2-3 1-4 0-2 1-2

2-1 3-0 1-3 1-0 5-1 1-0 2-0 5-1 1-0 1-2 0-5 6-0 0-1 2-3 3-2 2-1 1-2 2-1 0-2 0-1

1999 Overall: 8-11-1 CAA: 1-7-0 Home: 4-3-0 Away: 2-7-0 Neutral: 2-1-0 9/1 at Pfeiffer W 2-1 8 at Mount Olive W 9-2 10 at Appalachian State # L 0-1 12 Vs. Mercer # W 2-1 22 St. Andrew’s W 5-0 25 at James Madison * L 1-2 10/2 at Richmond * L 0-3 7 at Savannah Coll. A&D L 1-7 10 High Point L 0-2 13 East Carolina * L 1-2 16 George Mason * W 1-0 (ot) 20 NC State T 2-2 (ot) 23 at American * L 1-5 24 Florida Atlantic W 2-1 28 Campbell W 2-1 (ot) 30 VCU * L 1-3 11/6 at William & Mary L 1-6 7 at Old Dominion * L 1-3 9 Vs. George Mason $ W 3-2 (ot) 10 Vs. Old Dominion $ L 0-3 * Colonial | # Cliff Forge Classic (Boone, N.C.) | $ CAA Tournament (Virginia Beach, Va.) 2000 Overall: 4-15-0 CAA: 1-7-0 Home: 2-5-1 Away: 2-8-0 Neutral: 0-2-0 9/5 at High Point L 1-2 7 Pfeiffer T 2-2 (ot) 13 at Coastal Carolina L 0-6 16 Appalachian State L 1-2 20 Wake Forest L 0-4 27 Mount Olive W 3-0 30 Richmond * W 1-0 10/4 at Campbell L 0-5 5 at Averett W 4-3 9 Stetson L 2-1 11 at East Carolina * L 3-4 (ot) 14 at George Mason * L 1-2 18 at NC State L 0-1 (ot) 21 American * L 1-4 25 at VCU * L 1-3 28 at Va. Military W 3-1 11/1 William & Mary L 1-6 4 at Old Dominion * L 0-4 5 Vs. James Madison *# L 0-1 9 Vs. William & Mary $ L 0-8 * Colonial | # played in Richmond, Va. | $ CAA Tournament (Virginia Beach, Va.) 2001 Head Coach: Aidan Heaney Overall: 3-15-0 CAA: 0-5-0 Home: 2-7-0 Away: 0-6-0 Neutral: 1-2-0 9/1 Campbell L 1-2 3 Coastal Carolina W 2-1 8 High Point L 1-2 23 at James Madison * L 0-5 26 East Carolina L 1-2 28 Vs. Belmont # W 2-1 29 Vs. Lipscomb # L 3-5 10/6 at Elon L 0-1 7 Va. Military W 4-0 11 at Appalachian State L 1-4 13 George Mason * L 1-2 (ot) 17 NC State L 1-2 21 at Stetson L 0-2 24 VCU * L 0-1 31 at William & Mary * L 0-3 11/4 at Mercer L 0-4 10 Old Dominion * L 1-5 15 Vs. William & Mary $ L 0-6 * Colonial | # Gardner-Webb Invitational | $ CAA Tournament (Virginia Beach, Va.) 2002 Overall: 9-9-0 Home: 3-6-0 9/2 Elon 8 at High Point 15 at Davidson 21 Gardner-Webb 25 at East Carolina 28 Old Dominion * 10/1 at Campbell 5 at VCU * 13 Memphis

CAA: 2-7-0 Away: 6-3-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 (ot) W 2-1 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-5 W 3-2 L 1-4 L 2-3


18 Hofstra * 20 Drexel * 25 at James Madison * 27 at George Mason * 29 UNC Chapel Hill 11/1 William & Mary * 3 Stetson 8 at Delaware * 10 at Towson * * Colonial

L L L L L L W W W

0-1 0-3 2-4 0-4 0-3 0-4 3-1 2-0 3-1

2003 Overall: 10-7-3 CAA: 4-4-1 Home: 8-1-1 Away: 2-5-2 Neutral: 0-1-0 8/30 Campbell W 2-1 9/5 at Memphis # W 3-2 6 Vs. Ill.-Chicago # L 2-1 13 Davidson T 0-0 (ot) 19 Lipscomb W 2-0 21 High Point W 3-0 24 at Elon L 0-1 27 UNC Asheville W 2-0 10/1 East Carolina W 1-0 3 Towson * W 1-0 (ot) 5 Delaware * W 1-0 10 at Old Dominion L 0-1 11 at William & Mary * L 1-5 17 George Mason * L 1-2 (ot) 19 James Madison * W 4-1 24 at Drexel * W 1-0 25 at Hofstra * T 0-0 (ot) 11/1 at VCU * L 0-4 8 at NC State L 0-1 (ot) 11 at George Mason $ T 2-2 * Colonial | # Memphis Diadora Classic | $ CAA Tournament (GMU advances on PK, 5-4) 2004 Overall: 12-6-2 CAA: 5-3-1 Home: 6-5-1 Away: 6-1-1 9/1 at East Carolina W 2-1 (ot) 4 at Campbell W 2-1 7 Elon W 2-1 11 Ill.-Chicago # W 4-1 12 Sacred Heart # W 3-0 17 at UNC Chapel Hill T 0-0 (ot) 19 Wisc.-Milwaukee L 1-2 26 at UNC Asheville W 2-0 10/1 Old Dominion * W 2-0 3 William & Mary * L 1-2 8 at George Mason * W 1-0 10 at James Madison * L 1-2 15 Drexel * W 3-0 17 Hofstra * L 2-3 23 South Carolina L 1-3 29 at Towson * W 1-0 31 at Delaware * W 3-0 11/3 UNC Greensboro W 3-2 6 VCU * T 0-0 (ot) 9 Hofstra $ L 0-2 * Colonial | # Seahawk Soccer Classic | $ CAA Tournament 2005 Overall: 10-8-3 CAA: 4-4-3 Home: 5-2-1 Away: 4-6-2 Neutral: 1-0-0 9/1 at UNC Greensboro # W 3-2 (ot) 4 at Davidson # L 0-2 10 Vs. Stetson % W 3-2 (ot) 11 at Jacksonville % W 3-2 16 East Carolina W 4-1 18 UNC Asheville W 6-3 21 at South Carolina L 2-4 24 Campbell L 0-1 (ot) 30 Old Dominion * L 0-1 10/2 at William & Mary * T 2-2 (ot) 14 at George Maon * T 2-2 (ot) 16 at Towson * W 1-0 (ot) 18 James Madison * W 2-1 21 at Northeastern * L 1-2 23 at Hofstra * L 0-2 28 Delaware * W 6-1 30 Drexel * W 2-1 (ot) 11/2 VCU * T 1-1 (ot) 5 at Georgia State * L 2-3 8 at VCU $ W 2-0 12 at Old Dominion $ L 1-2 * Colonial | # UNCG/Davidson adidas Classic | % Jacksonville Classic | $ CAA Tournament

2006 Overall: 11-7-1 CAA: 6-5-0 Home: 5-3-0 Away: 4-4-1 Neutral: 2-0-0 8/26 at Campbell L 1-2 9/2 Vs. Central Florida # W 2-1 3 Vs. Alabama A&M # W 7-1 8 Stony Brook % W 2-1 9 Charleston % W 1-0 16 at Coastal Carolina T 0-0 (ot) 19 at Duke W 1-0 22 at VCU * L 0-1 24 at James Madison * L 0-1 29 George Mason * L 0-3 10/1 Towson * L 0-1 (ot) 6 Northeastern * W 3-2 8 Hofstra * W 1-0 13 at Delaware * W 2-1 15 at Drexel * W 1-0 20 at Old Dominion * W 3-0 22 William & Mary * L 0-2 27 Georgia State * W 2-0 31 at Old Dominion $ L 0-1 (ot) * Colonial | #Nike/Aaron Olitsky Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) | % UNCW/Jameson Inn Soccer Classic | $ CAA Tournament 2007 Overall: 4-13-1 Home: 3-7-0 Neutral: 0-0-1 9/1 Campbell 7 at Coll. of Charleston # 9 Vs. Elon# 14 Coastal Carolina% 16 Liberty% 22 UNC Greensboro 25 Duke 10/5 at George Mason * 7 at Towson * 12 at Northeastern * 14 at Hofstra * 19 Delaware * 21 Drexel *

25 Old Dominion * L 0-3 28 at William & Mary * L 0-2 11/2 Va. Commonwealth * L 0-6 4 James Madison * W 2-1 8 at Georgia State * W 2-0 * Colonial | # Nike/Aaron Olitsky Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) | % UNCW/Jameson Inn Soccer Classic 2008 Overall: 10-9-1 Home: 5-5-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 8/29 at Campbell 31 Furman 9/5 Vs. Syracuse# 7 at Hartwick# 12 Dayton% 14 Charlotte

CAA: 7-4-0 Away: 5-3-0 L W L L W L

0-3 3-2 (ot) 0-1 1-3 1-0 1-3

17 at Coastal Carolina W 3-0 20 at UNC Greensboro L 0-1 27 at Drexel* W 4-3 (ot) 10/4 Old Dominion* L 0-1 8 Georgia State* W 3-2 11 at Northeastern* L 0-2 15 at Va. Commonwealth* W 1-0 18 Towson* W 1-0 22 at William & Mary* W 4-0 26 at Delaware* W 2-1 29 James Madison* W 2-0 11/1 at George Mason* L 0-1 7 Hofstra* L 0-1 (ot) 14 Northeastern$ T 0-0 (ot) * Colonial | # Mayors Cup (Oneonta, N.Y.) | % UNCW/ Courtyard by Marriott Classic (Wilmington, N.C.) | $ CAA Tournament (Wilmington, N.C., lost 5-3 in PK)

2008 CAA Regular Season Champions

CAA: 3-8-0 Away: 1-6-0 L L T W L L L L L L L W L

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

Series Records n indicates 2009 opponent School n Alabama A&M Alderson-Broaddus American Appalachian State Averett Baltimore Barton Belmont Belmont Abbey Boca Raton Boston n Campbell Central Florida Charleston Charleston Southern Chowan The Citadel Coastal Carolina Coker Davidson Dayton n Delaware n Drexel n Duke East Carolina Eastern Mennonite Elon Emory Erskine Francis Marion n Florida Atlantic Florida Tech Furman Gardner-Webb

W 1 0 5 1 1 2 12 1 1 0 0 18 1 4 11 3 7 8 2 2 1 7 5 5 27 1 2 1 1 5 1 1 1 1

L 1 1 11 4 0 2 4 0 5 1 1 24 1 4 1 0 8 8 0 2 0 0 2 12 11 0 2 0 2 1 0 2 0 0

T 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

n George Mason n Georgia State Glassboro State Guilford Hartwick High Point n Hofstra Illinois-Chicago Jacksonville n James Madison Lenoir-Rhyne Liberty Lipscomb Lynchburg Marshall UMBC Md.-Eastern Shore Memphis Mercer Methodist Monmouth Montevallo Montreat-Anderson Mount Olive Navy North Carolina State North Carolina Wesleyan n Northeastern n Old Dominion Pembroke State Pfeiffer Richmond Rollins Sacred Heart St. Andrews

4 4 1 2 0 9 1 1 2 7 1 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 2 20 0 2 1 5 0 3 14 1 5 17 2 5 1 1 10

21 2 0 1 0 4 6 1 2 22 0 1 1 7 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 6 19 2 3 18 8 0 15 4 0 2

2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

St. Augustine’s St. Joseph’s St. Peter’s Savannah School of A&D Shaw South Carolina South Florida Stetson Stony Brook Syracuse n Towson UNC Asheville UNC Chapel Hill UNC Charlotte n UNC Greensboro UW Milwaukee Virginia n Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Military Virginia Tech VMI Wake Forest Warren Wilson n William and Mary Winthrop Wofford

1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 7 1 0 1 0 4 6 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 2 0 6 1 0 2 7 2 5 6 2 5 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 10 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 2 31 2 2 1 0 2 0 0

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Season Records Games played 1. 21 Juho Karjalainen 21 Chris Murray 21 Adam Currey 21 Matt Cunniff 21 Russell Bienias 21 Mika Elovaara 21 Nildo Schubert 21 Jean Kotze 21 Donnie Lewis 21 Tim Masters

2005 2005 2005 1996 2005 1996 1996 1996 1984 2005

Games started 1. 21 Russell Bienias 21 Derek Ford 21 Donnie Lewis 21 Tom Castleberry 21 Mika Elovaara 21 Nildo Schubert 21 Vaughn Reynolds 21 Jean Kotze 9. 20 Vaughn Reynolds 20 Adrian Powell 20 Brian Harrison 20 Indy Smith 20 Shaun Utterson

2005 1996 1984 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1995 2008 2008 2008

Points 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 10.

52 42 42 35 32 32 31 31 31 30

Nino Fleri (22g 8a) Nino Fleri (21g) Gil Castilla (18g 6a) Vaughn Reynolds (16g 3a) Gil Castilla (13g 6a) Dennis Davis (13g 6a) Erwin Mercado (13g 5a) Derek Ford (12g 7a) Joel Myers (14g 3a) Chris George (13g 4a)

1974 1975 1977 1995 1978 1980 1978 1998 1994 1988

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

22 21 18 16 14 13 13 13 13 13

Nino Fleri Nino Fleri Gil Castilla Vaughn Reynolds Joel Myers Gil Castilla Dennis Davis Chris George Erwin Mercado Gil Castilla

1974 1975 1977 1995 1994 1976 1980 1988 1978 1978

Game-winning goals 1. 6 Derek Ford 2. 4 Charlie Walls 4 Sam Leger 4 Russell Bienias 4 Bucky Corban 4 Pat Brown 4 Vaughn Reynolds 8. 3 Dennis Davis 3 Will Clark 3 Tim Masters 3 Devan Carroll

1998 1980 2003 2004 1993 1983 1995 1980 2004 2006 2008

Assists 1. 13 2. 12 3. 11 4. 9 5. 8 8 8 8. 7 7 7

1981 1980 1974 1976 1978 1975 1974 1994 1998 1980

Dave Karlson Dave Karlson Gonzalo Radi Gonzalo Rada Eddie Brock Garry Wychel Nino Fleri Nildo Schubert Ahmed El Rafi Doug Allman

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Clockwise: Vaughn Reynolds (above), Nildo Schubert and Nino Fleri.

Gene Borowski NAIA All-America

Shots attempted 1. 117 Nino Fleri (22 goals) 2. 84 Erwin Mercado (8 goals) 3. 83 Gil Castilla (18 goals) 4. 80 Bucky Corban (12 goals) 5. 71 Gil Castilla (13 goals) 6. 69 Dennis Davis (13 goals) 7. 67 Gil Castilla (13 goals) 67 Erwin Mercado (13 goals) 9. 62 Derek Ford (12 goals) 10. 61 Vaughn Reynolds (9 goals)

1974 1979 1977 1993 1978 1980 1976 1978 1998 1996

Shots on goal 1. 36 2. 32 3. 23 23 4. 22 5. 20 6. 19 19 19 9. 18 18

Jose Serano Tommy Miller Sam Leger Devan Carroll Sam Leger Chris Murray Tommy Miller Daniel Roberts Keith Shevlin Will Clark Charles Brooks

1986 2001 2003 2008 2005 2006 2000 2007 2004 2004 2000

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tim Willette Tim Willette Charlie Ingold Charlie Ingold Tim Willette Donnie Lewis Charlie Ingold Bill Mills Charlie Ingold Ken Lentz

1974 1973 1979 1978 1976 1986 1977 2000 1980 1993

240 221 171 161 160 118 116 113 113 113

Saves per game (minimum 13 games) 1. 14.73 Tim Willette 2. 12.63 Tim Willette 3. 10.67 Tim Willette 4. 10.06 Charlie Ingold 5. 9.47 Charlie Ingold 6. 8.29 Charlie Ingold 7. 7.38 Donnie Lewis

1973 1974 1976 1979 1978 1977 1986

8. 9. 10.

7.06 6.65 5.33

Charlie Ingold Bill Mills Donnie Lewis

1980 2000 1984

Save percent (minimum 1000 minutes) 1. .893 Tim Willette 2. .886 Charlie Ingold 3. .885 Charlie Ingold 4. .876 Tim Willette 5. .870 Tim Willette 6. .860 Tim Willette 7. .843 Charlie Ingold 8. .836 Donnie Lewis 9. .831 Charlie Ingold 10. .818 Brad Knighton

1975 1979 1977 1974 1976 1973 1978 1985 1980 2006

Goals against avg (minimum 1000 minutes) 1. 0.60 Tim Willette (9 GA, 1350 min) 2. 0.83 Brad Knighton (16 GA, 1728 min) 3. 0.89 Donnie Lewis (12 GA, 1219 min) 4. 0.94 Brad Knighton (18 GA, 1722 min) 5. 1.02 Brad Knighton (19 GA, 1682 min) 6. 1.12 Charlie Ingold (15 GA, 1200 min) 1.12 Brock Duckworth (18 GA, 1442 min) 8. 1.28 Charlie Ingold (22 GA, 1545 min) 9. 1.34 Adrian Powell (26 GA, 1749 min) 10. 1.46 Charlie Ingold (23 GA, 1420 min)

1975 2006 1985 2004 2003 1977 2008 1979 1998 1980

Most shutouts 1. 9 Tim Willette 2. 8 Brad Knighton 8 Brad Knighton 4. 7 Donnie Lewis 5. 6 Billy Ireland 6 Brad Knighton 6 Brock Duckworth 8. 5 Adrian Powell 9. 4 Donnie Lewis 4 John Pinter 4 Tim Willette

1975 2004 2003 1985 1983 2006 2008 1998 1987 1989 1974

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Career Records Games Played 1. 81 Vaughn Reynolds 2. 79 Derek Ford 79 Ahmed El Rafi 4. 78 Adrian Powell 5. 77 Chris Murray 77 Jean Kotze 77 Juho Karjalainen 77 Tommy Miller 9. 76 Will Clark 10. 75 Russell Bienias

1994-97 1995-98 1996-99 1995-98 2003-06 1996-99 2003-06 1998-01 2002-05 2003-06

Games Started 1. 79 Derek Ford 2. 78 Adrian Powell 78 Ahmed El Rafi 4. 76 Jean Kotze 5. 74 Justin Schatz 6. 73 Tommy Miller 7. 72 Russell Bienias 8. 71 Steve Elliott 9. 67 Will Clark 67 Vaughn Reynolds

1995-98 1995-98 1996-99 1996-99 1998-01 1998-01 2003-06 1992-96 2002-05 1994-97

Points 1. 125 2. 101 3. 86 4. 78 5. 74 6. 66 66 8. 62 9. 59 59

Nino Fleri (57g 11a) Gil Castilla (44g 13a) Vaughn Reynolds (39g 8a) Erwin Mercado (32g 14a) Dennis Davis (28g 18a) Chris George (27g 12a) Nildo Schubert (24g 18a) Joel Myers (28g 6a) Ahmed El Rafi (22g 15a) Dave Karlson (12g 35a)

1974-77 1976-78 1994-97 1976-79 1978-81 1987-90 1994-96 1992-94 1996-99 1979-82

Goals 1. 57 2. 44 3. 39 4. 32 5. 28 28 7. 27 8. 24 24 10. 22

Nino Fleri Gil Castilla Vaughn Reynolds Erwin Mercado Joel Myers Dennis Davis Chris George Sam Leger Nildo Schubert Ahmed El Rafi

1974-77 1976-78 1994-97 1976-79 1992-94 1978-81 1987-90 2002-05 1994-96 1996-99

Game-winning goals 1. 9 Vaughn Reynolds 2. 8 Nildo Schubert 8 Ahmed El Rafi 4. 7 Derek Ford 7 Sam Leger 6. 6 Russell Bienias 6 Chris George 6 Dave Compere 9. 5 Bucky Corban 5 Pat Brown

1994-97 1994-96 1996-99 1995-98 2002-05 2003-06 1987-90 1980-83 1992-94 1983-85

Assists 1. 35 Dave Karlson 2. 19 Eddie Brock 3. 18 Dennis Davis 18 Nildo Schubert 5. 15 Garry Wychel 15 Ahmed El Rafi 7. 14 Erwin Mercado 14 Will Clark 9. 13 Gil Castilla 10. 12 Alberto Rodriguez Shots attempted 1. 221 Gil Castilla 2. 217 Erwin Mercado 3. 193 Nino Fleri

1979-82 1976-78 1978-81 1994-96 1974-75 1996-99 1976-79 2002-05 1976-78 1981-82,85 1976-78 1976-79 1974-77

Charlie Ingold

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

181 172 168 139 134 134 133

Saves 1. 696 2. 561 3. 351 4. 324 5. 295 6. 287 7. 250 8. 208 9. 195 10. 85

Dave Karlson

Vaughn Reynolds Dennis Davis Chris George Ahmed El Rafi Bucky Corban David Cresswell Tommy Miller

1994-97 1978-81 1987-90 1996-99 1992-94 1985-88 1998-01

Tim Willette Charlie Ingold Donnie Lewis Adrian Powell Brad Knighton Bill Mills John Pinter Ken Lentz Billy Ireland Mike Lyons

1973-76 1977-80 1984-87 1995-98 2003-06 1999-02 1987-90 1992-93 1982-83 1980-82

Saves per game (minimum 25 games) 1. 14.20 Tim Willette 2. 8.77 Charlie Ingold 3. 6.50 Ken Lentz 4. 6.29 Billy Ireland 5. 5.40 Donnie Lewis 6. 5.04 Bill Mills 7. 5.00 John Pinter 8. 4.15 Adrian Powell 9. 3.99 Brad Knighton 10. 3.12 Harri Staven

1973-76 1977-80 1992-93 1982-83 1984-87 1999-02 1987-90 1995-98 2003-06 1999-02

Save percent (minimum 100 games) 1. .871 Tim Willette 2. .862 Charlie Ingold 3. .786 Billy Ireland 4. .785 Brad Knighton 5. .784 John Pinter 6. .758 Donnie Lewis 7. .743 Ken Lentz 8. .681 Adrian Powell 9. .671 Bill Mills

1973-76 1977-80 1982-83 2003-06 1987-90 1984-87 1992-93 1995-98 1999-02

Goals against avg (minimum 1000 minutes) 1. 1.07 Brad Knighton 2. 1.42 Mike Lyons 3. 1.43 Charlie Ingold 4. 1.45 John Pinter 5. 1.58 Tim Willette 6. 1.73 Donnie Lewis

2003-06 1980-82 1977-80 1987-90 1973-76 1984-87

7. 8. 9. 10.

1.79 1.82 2.03 2.29

Brock Duckworth Billy Ireland Adrian Powell Ken Lentz

2007 1982-83 1995-98 1992-93

Most shutouts 1. 24 Brad Knighton 2. 18 Donnie Lewis 3. 17 Tim Willette 4. 11 Adrian Powell 5. 9 John Pinter 6. 6 Billy Ireland 7. 4 Brock Duckworth 4 Ken Lentz 4 Bill Mills 10. 3 Mike Lyons

2003-06 1984-87 1973-76 1995-98 1987-90 1982-83 2007 1992-93 1999-02 1980-82

Brad Knighton

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Year-by-Year/Coaching Records  Overall Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 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 32 Yrs. 43 Yrs.

Aff. Coach NAIA C. Sproles NAIA C. Sproles NAIA C. Sproles NAIA C. Sproles NAIA C. Sproles NAIA L. Honeycutt NAIA C. Lane NAIA C. Lane NAIA C. Lane NAIA C. Lane NAIA C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I C. Lane NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I J. Blackmore NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I K. Cammidge NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I A. Heaney NCAA I Total Record

W-L-T 0-7-0 3-6-0 4-4-0 6-1-2 3-7-0 5-7-0 4-5-0 5-8-0 5-8-3 11-7-1 13-2-0 8-7-0 11-4-0 11-5-1 9-4-4 14-2-0 9-8-0 8-6-2 9-9-0 4-13-4 8-6-3 4-11-1 7-8-1 9-7-1 5-10-1 6-8-1 6-8-1 3-12-0 9-9-0 6-13-1 9-11-0 9-12-0 6-14-0 12-8-0 8-11-1 4-15-1 3-15-0 9-9-0 10-7-3 12-6-2 10-8-3 11-7-1 4-13-1 10-9-1 269-295-34 328-357-40

Coach Seasons Rec. Charles Sproles 5 16-25-2 Larry Honeycutt 1 5-7-0 Calvin Lane 15 129-94-19 Jackie Blackmore 7 40-64-6 Keith Cammidge 8 63-93-3 Aidan Heaney 8 69-74-11

Pct. .000 .333 .500 .778 .300 .417 .444 .385 .406 .605 .867 .533 .733 .676 .647 .875 .529 .565 .500 .300 .559 .281 .469 .559 .344 .433 .433 .200 .500 .325 .450 .428 .300 .600 .425 .225 .167 .500 .575 .650 .548 .605 .250 .525 .478 .480

Charles Sproles

Larry Honeycutt

Calvin Lane

Jackie Blackmore

Keith Cammidge

Aidan Heaney

 Colonial Records 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

1-5-1 2-5-0 0-6-1 2-4-1 3-4-0 2-4-1 2-5-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 3-4-0 0-6-1 2-6-0 2-6-0 0-8-0

7th 6th 8th 6th 5th 6th 6th 7th 6th 4th 8th 8th 8th 9th

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1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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

7th 8th 9th 6th 9th 6th 4th 4th 6th 10th 1st

The CAA orginated in 1984 as the ECAC South.

A 3-2 win over Georgia State on Oct. 8, 2008, moved Heaney into second on UNCW’s all-time wins list.


Year-by-Year/Coaching Records Year 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

Most Valuable Player Player Mike Lawrence Marcus Martin Kevin Cox Terry Lovell Terry Lovell Donnie Lewis Chris George Dean Marnell Dean Marnell Greg Diamond Allan Frazelle Bucky Corban Allan Frazelle Adrian Powell Steve Elliott Jean Kotze Derek Ford Jean Kotze Tommy Miller Tommy Miller Nick Acosta Ray Soporowski Russell Bienias Sam Leger Brad Knighton Daniel Roberts Devan Carroll

Brad Knighton

NAIA All-America 1975 Gene Borowski, Second team NAIA All-District 1973 Tim Willette, Goalkeeper, First team Gene Borowski, Second team Hal Goodson, Second team David Wychel, Second team 1974 Nino Fleri, First team Hal Goodson, First team Steve Paul, First team Gonzalo Rada, First team Tim Willette, First team 1975 Gene Borowski, First team Carlos Escobar, First team Nino Fleri, First team Gonzalo Rada, First team David Wychel, First team

Johnny Miller Memorial Award

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Joe Lazorchick Russell Bienias Garry Stevenson Dustin Efird Rick Henderson Will Friesinger Will Friesinger/Brian Harrison

Jean Koetze

• All-Conference (Colonial Athletic Association) 1984 Kevin Cox, Fullback, First team 1986 Terry Lovell, Midfielder, First team 1987 Denis Hamlett, Fullback, First team David Cresswell, Midfielder, Second team 1988 Chris George, Forward, First team John Pinter, Goalkeeper, Second team 1989 Chris George, Forward, First team 1990 John Pinter, Goalkeeper, First team Chris George, Forward, Second team 1991 Greg Diamond, Midfielder, Second team

Tommy Miller

Chris George

Sam Leger

Chris Murray

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Paul Cairney, Fullback, Second team Bucky Corban, Forward, First team Steve Kozovski, Fullback, Second team Paul Cairney, Fullback, Second team Nildo Schubert, Forward, Second team Nildo Schubert, Forward, Second team Nildo Schubert, Forward, Second team Jean Kotze, Fullback, Second team Jean Kotze, Fullback, Second team Derek Ford, Midfielder, Second team Jean Kotze, Midfielder, Second team Tommy Miller, Midfielder, Second team Nick Acosta, Forward, Second team (Co- Rookie-of-the-Year) Brad Knighton, Goalkeeper, Second team Russell Bienias, Defender, First team Bret Patterson All-Rookie Sam Leger, Forward, Second team Chris Murray, Midfielder, Second team Brad Knighton, Goalkeeper, First team Chris Murray, Midfielder, Second team Pedro Pereira, Midfielder, All-Rookie Daniel Roberts, Midfielder, All-Rookie Allen Lomax, Forward, All-Rookie Devan Carroll, Forward, First team (CAA Player-of-the-Year) Indy Smith, Defender, First team (CAA Defender-of-the-Year) Brian Harrison, Midfielder, All-Rookie

Devan Carroll

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Team Season Records Points 1. 164 (59g 46a) 2. 146 (53g 40a) 3. 132 (47g 38a) 4. 130 (47g 36a) 5. 122 (46g 30a) 6. 120 (43g 34a) 7. 106 (38g 30a) 106 (39g 28a) 9. 98 (36g 26a) 10. 96 (34g 28a)

1977 1978 1976 1980 1995 2005 1998 1994 1996 2004

Shots attempted 1. 377 2. 359 3. 348 4. 346 5. 308 6. 301 7. 276 276 9. 273 10. 268

1977 1976 1978 1979 1996 1980 1997 1983 1993 1995

Saves 1. 177 2. 171 3. 169 4. 161 5. 139 6. 129 7. 126 8. 122 9. 118 118

1978 1979 1976 1987 1977 2000 1982 1984 1980 1986

Goals 1. 59 2. 53 3. 47 47 5. 46 6. 43 7. 39 8. 38 9. 36 10. 35

1977 1978 1980 1976 1995 2005 1994 1998 1996 1979

Shots per game 1. 25.13 (15 games) 2. 23.93 (15 games) 3. 20.47 (17 games) 4. 20.35 (17 games) 5. 18.81 (16 games) 6. 16.62 (16 games) 7. 15.33 (18 games) 8. 15.17 (18 games) 9. 14.67 (21 games) 10. 13.80 (20 games)

1977 1976 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1993 1996 1997

Saves per game 1. 11.27 2. 10.41 3. 10.06 4. 10.06 5. 9.27 6. 7.88 7. 7.38 7.38 9. 6.47 10. 6.45

1976 1978 1987 1979 1977 1982 1980 1986 1992 2000

Assists 1. 46 2. 40 3. 38 4. 36 5. 34 6. 30 30 8. 28 28 10. 26

1977 1978 1976 1980 2005 1995 1998 2004 1994 1996

Shots on goal 1. 213 2. 208 3. 196 4. 191 5. 179 6. 168 7. 143 8. 132 9. 129 10. 128

1979 1976 1977 1980 1996 1995 1983 1982 1994 1998

Save percent 1. .886 2. .876 3. .874 4. .856 5. .851 6. .837 7. .824 8. .818 9. .811 10. .804

1979 1976 1977 1987 1978 1980 2004 1982 2006 1988

Goals against avg 1. 0.88 2. 0.92 3. 1.04 4. 1.15 5. 1.17 6. 1.27 7. 1.28 8. 1.29 9. 1.30 10. 1.41 Most wins 1. 14 (14-2-0) 2. 12 (12-5-2) 12 (12-8-0) 4. 11 (11-4-0) 11 (11-5-1) 6. 10 (10-7-3) 10 (10-7-1) 10 (10-7-2) 10 (10-9-1) 9. 9 twice Most shutouts 1. 9 9 3. 7 7 7 7 6. 6 6 8. 5 5 10. 4

▲ The 1980 Seahawks won a school-record 14 games and finished the season ranked 20th nationally in the ISAA Coaches Poll. 22 • 2009-10 Media Guide

2006 2004 2003 1988 2008 1998 1979 1985 1977 1980 1980 2004 1998 1977 1978 2003 2006 2005 2008 2004 2003 2006 1985 1977 2008 1983 1998 1987 1989 1982


All-Time Roster (since 1973) Acosta, David 2006-08 Acosta, Nick 2002-04 Adams, Wade 1986 Adams, Wes 1985 Allen, Anthony 2006 Allen, David 1988-89 Allin, Jason 2004 Allman, Doug 1979-80 Allman, Tom 1988-89 Allnutt, Steve 1983,85-87 Althoff, Pat 2002-03 Alwang, Albert 2007-08 Aman, Rusty 1978-79 Armstrong, Ty 2005 Arne, Damon 1989 Arne, Louis 1980-81 Asselin, Josh 2004 Atkinson, Dan 1995-96 Bagan, Ryan 1998-99 Bailey, Ryan 2000 Batts, Greg 1992 Becker, Rod 1976-77 Benson, Eric 1981-82 Berhouni, Nassim 2007-08 Bienias, Russell 2003-06 Billings, Harold 1982-84 Blinson, Ryan 1995-96 Bloch, Shawn 1986 Bonney, David 1997 Bordo, Miguel 1990-91 Borowski, Gene 1976 Brandson, Lenny 1976 Branson, Lenny 1977 Brock, Eddie 1976-78 Brooks, Charles 2000 Brown, Matt 2008 Brown, Pat 1983-85 Buffington 1976 Butner, Daniel 2002-05 Cairney, Paul 1989-93 Camblin, Sam 2005 Cantore, Rick 1983 Carroll, Devan 2007-08 Castilla, Gil 1976-78 Castleberry, Tom 1995-97 Clark, Will 2002-05 Clarke, Michael 2000-02 Clay, Peter 1988-91 Collins, Bill 1982-85 Compere, Dave 1980-83 Conway, Chris 1984-87 Cook, Sean 1981 Corban, Bucky 1992-94 Cornelison, Aaron 1997-99 Cox, Kevin 1981-84 Cresswell, David 1985-88 Crowley, Kenyon 1995,97 Culberson, Brandon 2001 Cunniff, Matt 1993-96 Cunningham, Adam 2008 Currey, Adam 2002-05 Curtis, Matt 2001 Danner, Craig 1995,97 Darden, Tom 1982-85 Darwin, Scott 1982 Davidson, Christian 2008

Davis, Carlos 1990-91 Davis, Dennis 1978-81 Davis, Peter 1998 DeMelis, Mike 1993-95 Deutschle, Kyle 1994-95 Diamond, Greg 1987-88,90-91 Dixon, Ashley 1976-79 Dixon, Brad 1983-84 Dixon, Melvin 1993-94 Donahue, Ed 1978-79,81 Donnelly, Keith 1978-80 Duckworth, Brock 2007-08 Efird, Dustin 2002-05 El Rafi, Ahmed 1996-99 Elliott, Steve 1992,94-96 Elovaara, Mika 1995-98 Felsher, Paul 1979-82 Ferraro, Gerard 2001 Finch, Jason 1989 Finocchinaro, Joe 1996 Fischer, Jeff 2001 Fishel, Carson 2004 Fleri, Nino 1974-77 Ford, Derek 1995-98 Forster, Paul 1994,96-97 Forte, Jonathan 2004 Franklin, Kelly 2001-02 Frazelle, Allan 1991-94 Freeman, Chris 2007 Frey, Chip 1987 Friesinger, Will 2005-08 Gallimore, Michael 2007-08 Garrison, Gordie 1977 George, Chris 1987-90 Gerics, Mike 1987-90 Gibney, Dermot 1992-94 Granado, Tom 2001-02 Grant, Columb 2004 Greenhagen, Adam 1996 Gribbin, Tim 1977 Gries, Charlie 1987 Groome, Andy 1985 Grothe, Luke 2006-07 Guderian, Shawn 2008 Habeeb, Brian 2000 Hambrick, Dave 1977 Hamlet, Denis 1987 Harrison, Brian 2008 Hayden, Eric 1978 Hays, Rick 1976-77 Heiland, Caito 2006-08 Helmprecht, Alex 1997 Henderson, Rick 200306 Hoban, Jon 2001 Hoffman, John 1988 Hollenbach, John 1985-88 Hood, Hunter 2005 Hopfer, Josh 1992-95 Hudgins, Kirk 2006-08 Hughes, Billy 1983-85 Ingold, Charlie 1977-80 Ingram, Mike 1989-91 Ireland, Billy 1982-83 Johnson, Jeff 1989-92 Jones, R.T. 1991,93 Jordan, Richard 1998-99

Kagan, Aran 1998 Karjalainen, Juho 2003-06 Karlson, Dave 1979-82 Kearns, Jon 2006-08 Kelly, Buddy 1980-81 Kelly, Rob 1991 Kilgore, Christian 1997-99 Kilzi, Joe 1995 King, Thomas 2002-06 Kleppe, Martin 1999-01 Knight, Scott 1992 Knighton, Brad 2003-06 Kocer, Mehmet 1991-92 Kort, Ted 1977-78 Korytoski, Jeff 1998 Kotze, Jean 1996-99 Kozovski, Steve 1993-94 LaMendola, Greg 1991,93-95 Lander, Conor 2000 Langmeyer, Tim 1987 Lappas, Jeremy 2007-08 Laughlin, Daniel 2000 Lawrence, Mike 1980-83 Lawson, Bill 1981 Lazorchick, Joe 2002-05 Lee, Michael 1998 Lefteris, Scott 1989-91,93 Leger, Sam 2002-05 Lentz, Ken 1992-93 Lewis, Donnie 1984-87 Lill, Rob 1984-87 Lindenschmidt, Vince 1976 Lomax, Allen 2007-08 Long, Jordan 2007 Lovell, Terry 1985-86 Lyons, Mike 1980-82 MacIver, Josh 1999 MacPhee, Austin 1999-02 Marinich, Greg 1982-83 Marnell, Dean 1987-90 Martin, Marcus 1982-83 Masters, Tim 2005-06 Matthews, Zach 2006-07 McAllister, Shawn 1994 McCarthy, Mike 2004-05 McClanahan, Brad 1979-80 McGoogan, Bruce 1988 McManus, Jim 1987-89 Mercado, Erwin 1976-79 Middlebrooks, Travis 2006-07 Milewski, Danny 2001 Milivojevic, Nikola 1999-01 Miller, Brandon 2008 Miller, John 1978-79 Miller, Tommy 1998-01 Mills, Bill 1999-02 Minasse, Baede 1985-86 Mitchell, Charles 1988-90 Mobley, Chris 2005-06 Mock, Daniel 1997 Monteleone, Frank 2006 Moore, Matt 2001-03 Moredock, Uk 1986 Moreno, Alfredo 1999-00 Morgan, Lee 1981-82,84-85 Morris, Mark 1980-83

Morrow, Ethan Murray, Chris Myers, Joel Norris, Josh O’Brien, Sean O’Neill, Chris Oakley, Bryan Olu-Taylor, Cliff Paetow, Greg Pagan, Eddie Paight, Joe Palmer, Geoff Palouykov, Ilia Panos, Wyatt Parks, Chris Pascarella, Justin Pascarella, Todd Patterson, Bret Paul, Steve Pearson, Adrian Pereira, Pedro Perry, Nick Peterson, Steve Phillips, Scott Pinter, John Pittman, Jeff Pope, Drew Powell, Adrian Powell, Doug Prestia, Thomas Pryor, Curt Rada, Gonzalo Rebbert, Jerry Redmond, Tom Reynolds, Vaughn Roach, Keith Roberts, Daniel Rodgers, Phil Rodriguez, Alberto Romenus, Hoge Rose, Marc Rowlee, Buck Russ, Rusty Ruth, Mike Schatz, Justin Schilling, Bert Schubert, Nildo Schwenk, Gerard Sergejeff, Janne Serrano, Jose Shafer, Mike Shapiro, Jeffrey Shaughness, Mike Shevlin, Keith Shiver, Cas Sibinovic, Alex Siemon, Bryson Sikyala, Kaituta Sinisalo, Markus Slowinski, Jim Jason Small Smith, Indy Smith, Matt Smith, Ron Soporowski, Ray Adam Stauffer

2007-08 2003-06 1992-94 2007 1994 1976-77 1993-94 2000 1986 1981 1980 2000 1998-00 1995 1989-92 1992 1990-93 2004-05 1976-77 1988-91 2006 1981 1991-92 1986 1987-90 1987 1986,88 1995-98 1977-80 1978 1995,98 1974,76 1976-77 1987,89-90 1994-97 1986-87 2007-08 1984 1981-83,85 1992 1987-90 1988-89 1977-78 1979-80 1998-01 1989-92 1994-96 1988-91 1997-00 1985-86 1977 2007-08 2003-06 2002-05 1985 1987,89-91 2007 1985 2005 1980-81 2000-03 2007-08 1983 1986-87,89 2001-03 2000-03

Staven, Harri Stephanos, Nick Stevenson, Gary Tabor, Robert Talmage, James Thompson, Gordon Thrower, Todd Thurmond, Sherman Toms, Edgar Trader, Brent Turney, Cameron Ubing, George Utterson, Shaun Vaccaflores, Coco Wade, Gary Wafford, Dwight Wallace, John Wallace, Sean Walls, Charlie Webster, Keith Weir, Joe Weis, Kevin Wheaton, Tyler White, Ian Wight, Matt Wilfred, Mike Willette, Tim Williams, Chad Winne, Ian Winter, Danny Worley, Scott Wychel, Garry

1999-02 1978-79 2002-04 1994 1999 1982 1984 1981-84 1983-86 1996-99 2006 1984 2008 2002-03 1977-78 1986 2006 1987-90 1980 1980-82 1986 2003-06 2007-08 2001-03 1978-79 1985 1973-76 1994 1987 1976 1982-83 1974-75

Sports Information note: Only known statistics and other information were included when compiling the UNCW Men’s Soccer Record Book. If you think there is an error or a record omitted, please notify the Sports Information Office at riordant@uncw.edu. All records require a form of documentation to verify the accuracy of the information.

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Colonial Athletic Association The Colonial Athletic Association celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2009-10 with memories of a proud and storied past and visions of an exciting future. Regarded as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences, the CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 20 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2008-09, the CAA had more than 1,700 of the league’s 4,000 studentathletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference ranked in the top 10 in the nation in 12 of its 23 sports in the latest APR report released by the NCAA. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA currently sponsors 23 sports with the addition of a 12-team football league in 2007 and women’s rowing in 2009. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2008-09, 28 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 45 student-athletes received All-America honors. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs already established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

After claiming the regular season title in 2008, the Seahawks and the UNCW Soccer Stadium hosted the CAA Men’s Soccer Championship for the second time.

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CAA Standings

UNC Wilmington George Mason William & Mary Old Dominion Northeastern Hofstra Towson Drexel VCU James Madison Georgia State Delaware

Colonial W-L-T 7-4 -0 6-4 -1 6-4 -1 6-4 -1 5-2 -4 5-3 -3 4-3 -4 4-4 -3 4-5 -2 3-7 -1 2-6 -3 2-8 -1

Overall W-L-T 10-9 -1 14-7 -2 11-7 -3 9-7 -3 7-5 -9 6-9 -4 8-5 -4 6-7 -5 8-8 -2 6-9 -3 6-8 -4 3-13 -3

All-Conference First Team Pos. Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe F Devan Carroll F CJ Sapong F Nathaniel Baako MF Trevor Banks MF Lars Okland MF Nick Zimmerman MF Dirk Dittrich D Richard Martinez D Indy Smith D Petur Vidarsson D Filipe Carvalho GK

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

School George Mason UNC Wilmington James Madison William & Mary Old Dominion Northeastern James Madison VCU Hofstra UNC Wilmington Northeastern VCU

Second Team Andrew Hoxie Liam Maloney Steffen Rabben Anthony Bafile Richard Edgar Nane Joseph Rob Youhill Jonathan Borrajo Joe DeVito Bryan Ruff Andrew Dykstra

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

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

School William & Mary Towson Old Dominion Drexel George Mason Old Dominion Hofstra George Mason Georgia State Drexel VCU

Third Team Brett Carrington Mike Kennedy Price Thomas Darren Christie Jorit Loehr Doug McBride Alexander Volk Roger Bothe Greg Ermold Scott Horta Sean Kelley

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

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

School Hofstra Northeastern William & Mary Delaware VCU William & Mary Northeastern William & Mary Drexel Towson George Mason

All-Rookie Brett Carrington Ryan Garcia Brian Harrison Thomas Huepper Mike Kennedy Axel Levry Liam Maloney Ryan O’Neil Steffen Rabben John Steele Tommy Webb

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

School Hofstra George Mason UNC Wilmington VCU Northeastern George Mason Towson James Madison Old Dominion Towson Old Dominion

Player-of-the-Year: Devan Carroll, UNC Wilmington Def. Player-of-the-Year: Indy Smith, UNC Wilmington Rookie-of-the-Year: Steffen Rabben, Old Dominion Coach-of-the-Year: Aidan Heaney, UNC Wilmington


UNCW Soccer Stadium

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Academic Support / CHAMPS Life Skills The Athletic Academic Support Program provides a variety of services for all the university’s student-athletes. The program offers academic counseling and support to help student-athletes successfully balance the demands of their athletic and academic schedules. Progress reports monitoring class Sandy Williford Rodney Young Jessica Long attendance and test results and accessing tutorial needs are completed two times each semester by professors of classes in which UNCW student-athletes are enrolled. The University College is designed to assist students during their academic careers, with special emphasis on the first and second years of study when they are expected to work toward fulfilling the basic studies requirements as outlined in the university catalog. The assistant athletic director for academics meets with student-athletes on a regular basis to assist in their academic success and monitor their progress toward a degree. Each freshman is assigned to an advisor for personal assistance in selecting courses, maintaining required scholastic records and planning a complete University College educational program. The program’s primary objective is to assist students toward completing basic studies. Several other programs are provided for academic support at UNCW, including the Writing/Reading Place, the Learning Center, the Math Lab, tutorial services, Learning Disability Services, personal and career counseling, study hall and a laptop program. The Writing/Reading Place offers one-on-one tutoring for any academic writing assignment. Tutors help students get started with a paper, offer aid in the development and organization of the project and provide strategies that help at each stage of the composing process. Computers for word processing are available in Randall Library. The Learning Center helps all students develop skills necessary to become successful, independent learners through tutorial assistance, supplemental instruction, study skills workshops and individual consultations. Students desiring help with any level of math can find it at the Math Lab. Staffed by faculty and students, the center in Bear Hall takes students on a walk-in basis. Any tutorial assistance from the Writing/Reading Place, the Learning Center and the Math Lab is free and available to all studentathletes.

CHAMPS/Life Skills Meets Student-Athlete Needs

To prepare student-athletes for the challenges of life beyond the playing field, UNCW and the NCAA team up in the popular CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. UNCW is currently one of 664 institutions involved in the popular program. The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program is designed to provide student-athletes with the education and the experiences to assist them in bridging the gap between college life and professional life in the work world and to make meaningful contributions to their communities. The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program focuses on five commitment areas viewed as critical to personal growth: (1) Academic Excellence - to support the academic progress of the studentathlete toward intellectual development and graduation. (2) Athletic Excellence - to build philosophical foundations for the development of athletic programs that are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to the well-being of the student-athlete. (3) Personal Development - to support the development of a wellbalanced lifestyle for the student-athlete, encouraging emotional well-being, personal growth and decision-making skills. (4) Career Development - to encourage each student-athlete to develop and pursue their career and life goals. (5) Service - to engage the student-athlete in service to his or her campus and surrounding communities. The NCAA has worked with its member institutions and educational consultants to create instructional materials and program models to address the needs of today’s student-athletes. Topics such as diversity education, developing sexual responsibility, nutrition, eating disorder prevention and awareness, time management, community service and career development are just some of the areas covered within the curriculum. A freshman seminar course is designed to assist student-athletes in making the transition to college, this seminar focuses on college-level study skills, time management, awareness of available university services, etc. It is open only to entering freshmen and generates two hours of elective credit toward graduation.

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2008-09 Academic Highlights • For the sixth consecutive year, the women’s cross country team was designated as a United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-American Team. • Junior Darion Jeralds was named recipient of the prestigious Dean Ehlers Leadership Award in men’s basketball, becoming the sixth Seahawk to earn the award in its 15year existence. • Darion Jeralds and Daniel Mercer were named to the CAA’s All-Academic Team in men’s basketball. • The men’s basketball team received a Public Recognition Award from the NCAA’s Academic Performance Program by placing among the top 10 percent among teams nationally for its academic work. It was the second straight season the team has garnered the award. • Junior Darion Jeralds was named the CAA’s Men’s Basketball Scholar Athlete-of-the-Year. • The men’s cross country team was designated as a United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-American Team. • The women’s soccer team received the NSCAA’s Ethics and Sportsmanship Award and the College Team Academic Award for the fifth consecutive season. • A total of 28 student-athletes, 14 each semester, achieved a perfect 4.00 grade point during the 2008-09 year. • More than 90 student-athletes recorded a 3.50 or higher GPA during each semester of 2008-09. • All of UNCW’s 19 intercollegiate teams finished above the multi-year score of 925 in the NCAA’s annual APR report. • Ashley Tait, Christie Appleton and Sofia Hagsund were named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar Team. • Junior Ashley Tait was named CAA Scholar Athlete-ofthe-Year in women’s golf, marking the fifth consecutive year that a UNCW player has won the award. • Track and field standouts Aisha Jones and Brian Blumenstein were named Academic All-Americans by the National Track and Field Coaches Association. • The women’s tennis team was recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association as an Academic All-American Team for the third straight year and the ninth time overall. • The women’s track and field team earned the National Track and Field Coaches Association’s designation as an All-Academic Team.

 Women’s Soccer NSCAA Ethics and Sportsmanship Award College Team Academic Award


Sports Medicine

UNCW Athletic Training Staff (L-R)

Head Athletic Trainer Scott Hill, Stephanie Leimbach, Stacy Downar, Head Women's Athletic Trainer Julie Francis, Head Men's Athletic Trainer Aldo Plata and Margery Ellis. The Almkuist-Nixon Sports Medicine Complex and George Diab Sports Medicine Center provide outstanding care for UNC Wilmington’s 350 student-athletes. The two facilities are designed to keep the Seahawks in top physical condition. Included in the impressive AlmkuistNixon complex is an athletic training room, examination room, technology-equipped classroom, coaching offices, and locker rooms for men’s soccer, women’s soccer and softball. The 2,600-square foot training room is equipped with the latest electrical modalities and equipment. The hydrotherapy room has two plunge pools (hot and cold) as well a therapy pool with a treadmill built into the bottom (Hydroworx 500 series pool). Also available is a full line of Life Fitness cardio equipment, including a stair master, lifecycle, treadmill and elliptical machine, a Life Fitness Dual Adjustable Pulley machine and Magnum Fitness Combo Leg Extension/Curl and Multi-Hip machines. UNC Wilmington’s student-athletes also benefit from the 1,732-square foot George Diab Sports Medicine Center, a training facility that was opened in 1993 and named for longtime benefactors, George and Kitty Diab. Student-athletes receive care from a staff of six certified licensed athletic trainers and approximately 19 athletic training students.

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Historic Wilmington affords visitors the unique opportunity to enjoy a bustling seaport rich in shopping, dining, culture and the arts, while being only minutes away from barrier islands, broad beaches and the intracoastal waterway. The 200-block Historic District highlighting the downtown area opens into a scenic riverfront park that overlooks the USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial. A beautifully restored battleship, the USS North Carolina was considered the greatest sea weapon in the world when commissioned in 1941. During World War II, “The Showboat” earned 15 battlestars and participated in every major naval offensive in the Pacific from Guadalcanal to Okinawa. A memorial since 1961, the battleship is dedicated to the men and women of all U.S. military services who defended our country during WWII. One of Wilmington’s most unique features is the city’s status as the leading entertainment production center in the Southeast. The city’s evolution into “Hollywood East” began when Dino DeLaurentis shot Stephen King’s Firestarter in 1984. One year later, Dino DeLaurentis constructed a studio facility in the Port City and the complex, now owned by EUE/Screen Gems, is the largest production studio east of Hollywood, offering nine sound stages on a 32-acre site near the Wilmington International Airport. Numerous movies, television series and commericals have been filmed in Wilmington. The popular show, “Dawson’s Creek,” was produced in Wilmington and shot frequently on the UNCW campus as well as Warner Bros. hit “One Tree Hill.” A film-friendly community, Wilmington residents have embraced the industry, often appearing as “extras” in movies. It’s not uncommon for celebrities the likes of Sandra Bullock, Nick Nolte, Julia Roberts, Tom Cruise and Dennis Hopper to be seen dining at a restaurant, shopping at the mall or just simply walking along the shore. Wrightsville Beach, just minutes away from Wilmington’s downtown area, is a year-round island resort. Wide, uncrowded beaches, full service marinas and a variety of accommodations are complemented by excellent seafood restaurants, specialty shops and exciting nightlife.

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