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University of New Haven

Visit www.newhaven.edu or call 1-800-DIAL-UNH (342-5864) QUICK FACTS Founded: 1920 Campus: Located in West Haven, Conn., 84 acres on a hilltop overlooking Long Island Sound and the culturally rich city of New Haven. A southeastern branch is located in New London, Conn. Enrollment: 3700 undergraduate fulltime, 6000 total enrollment Student Ratio: 50% Male, 50% Female Geographic Distribution: 46 states and 28 countries Diversity: 31% from minority groups (all categories) FACULTY Over 90% hold PhD’s or the highest degree in their fields. Many have backgrounds as working professionals and are consultants to Connecticut businesses, bringing hands-on experience to the classroom. UNH has a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS UNH offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s, and Master’s Degrees in 114 programs in Arts & Sciences; Business; Engineering; and Justice, Safety and Security Studies. There are nearly 100 different undergraduate programs and 30 graduate programs. SPECIAL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Honors Program for highly-motivated students with high levels of academic achievement. Freshman-year program for all new freshmen to help them make the transition into university life. Developmental Studies Program for students requiring strengthening of basic academic skills. Center for Learning Resources offers free tutoring for students seeking extra help with their studies. INTERNSHIPS Our location in New Haven and proximity to New York City and Hartford allow us to offer internships with a wide variety of businesses, government, and non-profit agencies, including ESPN, MTV, Disney, FBI Crime Labs, U.S. Attorney’s Offices, Unilever, and United Technologies Corporation, among others.

RESIDENTIAL LIFE Making you feel at home is a priority at UNH. Our on-campus housing is available in eight residence halls. Residential Life staff members live in each hall and help promote an atmosphere conducive to study and social interaction among students. Residence Hall Councils, composed of students elected by their peers, plan social and recreational activities and serve as representatives for students living in each hall. Room accommodations range from traditional residence halls (equipped with a fitness room and campus convenience store) to multi-bedroom, apartment-style residences.

The David A. Beckerman Recreation Center, opened Fall 2007. Made possible by a generous donation from alumnus David A. Beckerman, the Center includes basketball courts; a multi-sport court for rollerblading, roller hockey, volleyball and indoor soccer; a fitness center with aerobic equipment, weights and televisions; a multi-purpose room for yoga, step aerobics, Pilates and other activities; an elevated running track; and a lounge area for relaxation.

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CHARGER SOCCER

EIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES

2010 COACHES 2010 PLAYERS

2010 SCHEDULE

STONEHILL * ............................... 1:00 PM LE MOYNE * ................................ 4:00 PM at Merrimack * ........................... 1:00 PM SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS ........... 3:30 PM SAINT ANSELM * ........................ 1:00 PM at New York Inst. of Tech. ........... 3:00 PM SAINT MICHAEL’S * .................. 11:00 AM UMASS LOWELL * ...................... 2:30 PM

* Northeast-10 Conference match Home matches in CAPS played at Kayo Field Neutral matches in Italics

CHARGER ATHLETICS Director of Athletics:.......................................Deborah Chin Athletic Dept. Phone: ................................ (203) 932-7016 Athletic Dept. Fax: ..................................... (203) 932-7470 Dir. of Sports Medicine: .................................Ivo Wesseling Office Phone: ......................................... (203) 932-7407 Affiliation: .................................................... NCAA Division II Website: ................................................... www.ncaa.com Conference ..................................................... Northeast-10 Website: ........................................ www.northeast10.org

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN • 2010 CHARGER SOCCER

THE UNIVERSITY

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATION Director: ...................................................Andrew Beardsley Office Phone: .........................................(203) 932-7025 Cell Phone: .............................................(203) 887-5374 Fax:......................................................... (203) 932-7470 e-mail: ..................................abeardsley@newhaven.edu Graduate Assistant .................................. Anthony Distasio Graduate Assistant .........................................Lauren Hood Sports Hotline:........................................... (203) 932-7007 Website: .............................. www.NewHavenChargers.com

HISTORY & RECORDS

NOVEMBER Northeast-10 Conference Championship Tue. 2 Quaterfinals ........................................TBD Fri. 5 Semifinals ...........................................TBD Sun. 7 Championship.....................................TBD

University of New Haven ................................................. IFC 2010 Schedule ............................................................ 3, BC CHARGER SOCCER - Quick Facts ................................................................... 3 2010 COACHES - Head Coach Josh Krusewski ....................................... 4 - Assistant Coach Michael Wnek................................... 5 - Grad. Assistant Coach Nick Duque ............................. 5 - Assistant Coach Tommy Mattera ................................ 6 - Assistant Coach Erik Geiger ........................................ 6 2010 PLAYERS - Roster ........................................................................... 7 - I Chose Division II......................................................... 8 - Players .....................................................................9-26 2010 OUTLOOK - Season Preview .......................................................... 27 - Northeast-10 Conference..........................................28 2009 REVIEW - 2009 Statistics ..........................................................29 - 2009 Results .............................................................29 - 2009 Northeast-10 Conference Results ..................30 HISTORY & RECORDS - Chargers in the Hall ............................................. 31-32 - All-Time Awards ..........................................................33 - Team/Individual Records ..........................................33 - Postseason History ....................................................33 - Record vs. Opponents ...............................................34 - Year-by-Year Records .................................................34 - Year-by-Year Results............................................. 34-37 THE UNIVERSITY - University Administration...........................................38 - Charger Athletics Club ...............................................39 - Charger Supporters ...................................................40 - Charger Athletics .......................................................IBC

2009 REVIEW

OCTOBER Sat. 2 Wed. 6 Sat. 9 Tue. 12 Sat. 16 Thu. 21 Sun. 24 Fri. 29

MEN’S SOCCER Head Coach: ................................................Josh Krusewski Record at UNH:.................................... 11-41-1 / 3 years Collegiate Record: ............................... 11-41-1 / 3 years Office Phone: .........................................(203) 932-7027 e-mail: .................................. jkrusewski@newhaven.edu 2009 Record: ......................................... 1-17 (0-13 NE-10) All-Time Record: .....................................423-341-61 (.550) First Year of Men’s Soccer: ....................... 1962 (47 years) Home Facility: ...................................................... Kayo Field Capacity: .....................................................................400 Assistant Coach:.................................................Mike Wnek Grad. Assistant Coach: ..................................... Nick Duque

CONTENTS 2010 OUTLOOK

SEPTEMBER Thu. 2 CONCORDIA (N.Y.)....................... 4:00 PM Sun. 5 at Bentley * ................................. 1:00 PM Wed. 8 ASSUMPTION * ........................... 4:00 PM Sat. 11 at Southern New Hampshire * .. 1:00 PM Wed. 15 at Saint Rose * ........................... 3:30 PM Sun. 19 FRANKLIN PIERCE * ................... 1:00 PM Wed. 22 at Southern Connecticut *..........7:00 PM Sun. 26 MOLLOY ....................................... 2:00 PM Wed. 29 at American International * ........7:00 PM

QUICK FACTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN President:............................................Dr. Steven H. Kaplan Location: ......................................... West Haven, CT 06516 Founded: ...................................................................... 1920 Enrollment: ......................................6,000 total enrollment Colors: ................................................................Blue & Gold Nickname:.............................................................. Chargers Website: ............................................... www.newhaven.edu

The 2010 UNH men’s men’s soccer media guide is a production of the Office of Athletics Communication. Written and designed by Andrew Beardsley, with assistance from Anthony Distasio and thanks to all previous sports information staff members. Action photography by John Kritzman Photography unless otherwise noted.

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CHARGER SOCCER

JOSHUA KRUSEWSKI

2010 COACHES

HEAD COACH FOURTH SEASON RECORD OVERALL: 11-41-1 (.217) CONFERENCE RECORD: 7-27-1 (.214) ALMA MATER: SOUTH. CONN. ST., 2001

Joshua Krusewski was appointed head coach of the Charger men’s soccer team on May 2, 2007 and enters his third season in 2009.

2010 PLAYERS

Prior to coming to UNH, Krusewski had been an assistant coach in the State of Connecticut for the previous six years, including a stint as the lead assistant coach for Southern Connecticut State University from 20042006. He was an assistant coach at the University of Connecticut from 2001-04.

2010 OUTLOOK

Last season the Chargers posted a 1-17 record and placed 14 student-athletes on the 2009 fall and the 2010 spring Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

HISTORY & RECORDS

2009 REVIEW

In 2008, he led UNH to a 4-14-0 record in there first season in the Northeast-10 Conference. The Chargers opened the season by going 2-2 in their first four contests, including a 2-1 victory over thenNo. 9 and a ‘08 national finalist, Dowling College. Two games later the program won its first Northeast-10 Conference contest in a 3-2 victory over St. Anselm. The team then lost five straight as they were rattled by key injuries., including two seniors, Jessey Fernandez and goalkeeper James Hilaire. The ‘08 team finished with a 3-10 NE-10 record and three Chargers made the All-NE-10 Teams. James Hilaire and Oren Corridon were Third Team selections, while Steven Gennuso was named to the All-Rookie Team.

THE UNIVERSITY

In 2007, he led UNH to a 6-10-1 record that belied how competitive the Chargers were in many contests. They held defending national champions and then-No. 7 Dowling College to a scoreless draw on October 16, and had previously scored a win over then-No. 23 University of Bridgeport, 2-1, on October 2, giving them points against the top two teams in the regular-season standings. UNH narrowly missed the conference playoffs, finishing in a tie for fourth but losing out on a berth with a tiebreaking loss.

State, he was responsible for the scouting and recruiting of prospective studentathletes, NCAA regulations and compliance, schedule preparations, off-season training, and served as the team’s liaison to the university administration. Krusewski began his coaching career as an undergraduate assistant coach at SCSU. As an undergrad, he was a member of the coaching staff during the school’s Division II national championship seasons in 1998 and 1999. He graduated with a B.S. in Business Communication in 2001 and then took a position as an assistant coach at the University of Connecticut under head coach Ray Reid. UConn advanced to the NCAA Division I Championships all four seasons that Krusewski was an assistant, capturing one BIG EAST regular season title and one tournament championship. The team posted a 53-27-9 record during that time. In addition to his coaching duties with the team, he also directed the Ray Reid Soccer School, LLC and established and conducted negotiations with equipment vendors. Krusewski is a former member of the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) referee’s professional list and was a Connecticut Olympic Development coach. He’s also a former head coach at North Haven High School and director of coaching/player development for Northeast United Premier. Joshua and his wife, Theresa, reside in Newington, Conn. His wife, formerly Theresa Uliano, is the all-time leading scorer for SCSU’s women’s soccer program. The couple has two daughters; Maggie, born in June and Kailey, who will be two in October.

THE KRUSEWSKI FILE University of New Haven Head Coach (2007-Present) Southern Conn. St. University Assistant Coach (2004-06) University of Connecticut Assistant Coach (2001-04) Southern Conn. St. Unviersity Assistant Coach (1996-01)

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CHARGER SOCCER

MICHAEL WNEK Michael Wnek joined the Chargers’ staff as an assistant coach in the fall of 2007, after graduating from UNH with Master’s degree in marketing in the spring of ‘07. Wnek played defense for the Chargers as a graduate student in 2006, when the team advanced to the East Coast Conference Championship match.

2010 COACHES

ASSISTANT COACH FOURTH SEASON ALMA MATER: ST. MICHAEL’S, 2005 Head Coach for the Soccer Club of Guilford from 2002-2006. In all he has been coaching on the U-10 to U-14 levels since 2001. Michael also served an internship with the Fairfield University women’s soccer coaching staff, and is certified as a USSF referee.

2010 PLAYERS

Michael is the son of Mary and Robert Wnek. His father is the Chairman of the Accounting Wnek came to UNH after graduating from Department at UNH and a professor of Tax Saint Michael’s College, where he played in and Business Law. 48 matches over three seasons from 20022004. A graduate of Guilford High School, Wnek was a member of the Connecticut Class LL State Championship team as a junior, helping the team to a 21-1-1 record.

2010 OUTLOOK

The Guilford, Conn. native obtained his USSF “D” License, and has served as U-10 Boys

2009 REVIEW

NICK DUQUE

GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON ALMA MATER: SOUTHERN CONN., 2008

volunteer assistant coach at his alma mater, Naugatuck High School. A four-year champion during high school, he was named to the First Team All-NVL in the fall of 2003. Prior to assisting at NHS, Duque served as a coach for Duque, a 2008 graduate of Southern the Naugatuck Youth Soccer League. Connecticut State University, boasts three years of coaching and over 10 years of playing Duque was also a member of the 2002-03 experience on his resume. Connecticut ODP team and the South Central Premier Club from 1997–04. He was a member of the SCSU men’s soccer team for four seasons (2004-07) and was part of the 2007 Northeast-10 Conference Championship team. In 2006 the Owls also qualified for the NCAA Division II Championship and advanced to the quarterfinals.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN • 2010 CHARGER SOCCER

THE UNIVERSITY

The past two year’s Duque has been a

HISTORY & RECORDS

Nick Duque joins the Chargers’ coaching staff this season as a graduate assistant. He is currently pursueing his master’s degree at UNH.

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TOMMY MATTERA

2010 PLAYERS

2010 COACHES

ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON ALMA MATER: SOUTHERN CONN.

A three-year member of the Southern Connecticut State University men’s soccer team, Tommy Mattera joined the University of New Haven coaching staff as a volunteer assistant in 2010.

II Quarterfinal team and the East Region Champions. Mattera scored the game winning goal for the Owls in 2006 when they defeated Dominican College in the NCAA Regional Semifinal.

Also a member of the Connecticut ODP State coaching staff and an assistant coach for the Norwalk U19 and U17 boys teams, Mattera spent four years coaching prior to his arrival at UNH.

Mattera was also a six year stater for the Connecticut ODP team and a U17 team captain.

A 2005 graduate of Norwalk High School, Mattera is currently completing his degree at Mattera has his USSF National D License as Southern Connecticut State. well as his USSF National Youth License.

2010 OUTLOOK

As a member of the Owls soccer program, Mattera was a member of the 2007 Northeast-10 Conference Championship team as well as the 2006 NCAA Division

2009 REVIEW

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ERIK GEIGER ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON ALMA MATER: YALE, 2008

THE UNIVERSITY

HISTORY & RECORDS

A 2008 graduate of Yale University, Erik During his career, Geiger has also served Geiger joined the UNH coaching staff prior to as a research assistant at Celgene Celluar the 2010 season. Therapeutics and Pfizer, Inc. since graduating college. Most recently a research assistant for the Yale Cancer Center, Geiger was a standout Geiger earned his undergraduate degree in goalkeeper for the Bulldogs from 2005-07. An History of Science/History of Medicine and All-Ivy League selection in 2005, he helped Pre-Med. He is currently in Medical School guide the Bulldogs to the 2005 Ivy League at Yale with an anticipated graduation date Championship and an at-large bid to the 2005 of 2014. NCAA tournament. Beyond his collegiate experience, Geiger was also named the captain of the New York/ New Jersey MetroStars U19 team that was a finalist in the US Super Y-League National Championship in 2005 and 2006.

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Pos. GK GK GK M/F M F F B B F M/F M B M B B B B F F M B B/M B

Ht. 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-6 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-1 5-9 5-8 5-1 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-11

Wt. 155 160 175 150 142 180 145 160 160 150 165 180 170 179 173 160 170 165 185 150 150 165 150 165

Hometown/High School/Previous School Naugatuck, Conn./Naugatuck Norwalk, Conn./Brien McMahon Wallingford, Conn./Mark T. Sheehan Old Saybrook, Conn./Homeschool/Middlesex C.C. Meriden, Conn./O.H. Platt Middletown, Conn./Xavier Shelton, Conn./Shelton North Haven, Conn./North Haven Danbury, Conn./Danbury Oceanside, N.Y./Oceanside Lima, Peru/Wilbur Cross Oxford, Conn./Seymour/Central Conn. St. Wallingford, Conn./Mark T Sheehan Cali, Colombia/Berchmans/Norwalk C.C. Bridgeport, Conn./Kolbe Cathedral Meriden, Conn./O.H. Platt Fairport, N.Y./Fairport North Haven, Conn./Hamden Hall Bethel, Conn./Bethel Plainview, N.Y./Bethpage Danbury, Conn./Danbury Norwalk, Conn./Wilton Plainview, N.Y./Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK Landskrona, Sweden/Allvar Gullstrandsgymnasiet

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Kruh-zew-ski Win-ek Duke

2009 REVIEW

Head Coach: Joshua Krusewski (Southern Connecticut State ’01) – Fourth Season Assistant Coach: Michael Wnek (Saint Michael’s ’04) – Fourth Season Assistant Coach: Erik Geiger (Yale ‘08) – First Season Assistant Coach: Tommy Mattera – First Season Graduate Assistant: Nick Duque (Southern Connecticut State ‘08) – Second Season

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2010 OUTLOOK

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2010 PLAYERS

Name Jonathan Creem Anastasios Petridis J.J. Comeau Nick Pezzente Nick Dionne Steven Gennuso Joe Pires Jeff Lazzara Michael Diker Joe D’Antonio Jean Carlos Rafael Dave Ljungquist Joel Rodriguez Andrew Nunez Hector Pommills Matt Sarrazin Daniel Dragicevich Austin Coleman Gui Dos Santos Anthony Romano Jonathan Diker Edwin Carvajal Josh Allen Bjorn Hansson

2010 COACHES

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CHARGER SOCCER

2010 ROSTER

2010 TEAM PICTURE

HISTORY & RECORDS THE UNIVERSITY

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NATIONAL RECOGNITION

HISTORY & RECORDS

Our student-athletes have received the NCAA’s highest individual honors including winning the Walter Byers Scholarship Award (the NCAA’s top student-athlete) and the NCAA Woman of the Year Award.

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

THE UNIVERSITY

We have initiated national community partnerships with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Habitat for Humanity.

UNIQUE FISCAL MODEL We offer a unique fiscal model for intercollegiate athletics that redefine the institutional value for sponsoring sports and offering athletics scholarships.

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CHARGER SOCCER

3 NICK PEZZENTE

2010 COACHES

SENIOR / FOURTH SEASON AT UNH POS: MID/FOR. HT.: 5-9 WT.: 150 HOMETOWN: OLD SAYBROOK, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: MIDDLESEX C.C. MAJOR: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 2009: Started 17 games … Tallied a goal vs. Concordia (9/2) … Added a helper at Stonehill (10/3) … Recorded 13 shots, including seven shots on goal … Had a season-high six shots vs. Nyack (10/20).

2010 PLAYERS

2008: Appeared in 17 matches and started 16 ... Finished with one goal and two assists, compiling four points ... Scored one goal against Molloy College on September 18, 2008 ... Totaled five shots on goal and nine total shots ... Played in 1,444 minutes, the second most of any player on the roster. 2007: Played in all 17 matches, with eight starts ... Fourth on team in scoring with four points ... Tied for team lead with two assists ... Scored first collegiate goal in 3-1 home loss to American International on Oct. 24 ... Assisted on key goal in a win over then-#23 Bridgeport on Oct. 2, and then on game-winner by Tyler Smith in a 2-0 defeat of STAC, Oct. 6.

2010 OUTLOOK

High School: Was homeschooled in Old Saybrook, Conn. ... Played on the Connecticut ODP team for two years ... Played for the 2007 Connecticut U-18 State Cup Champions ... Won U-13 Southeast District award ... Was also a volunteer soccer coach. Personal: Majoring in mechanical engineering and is interested in aviation ... Son of Kimberly and Nick Pezzente ... Two brothers, Andrew and Matthew.

CAREER TOTALS G 1 1 1 3

A 2 2 1 5

Pts. 4 4 3 11

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, three times Assists: 1, five times Points: 2, three times

2009 REVIEW

Year GP 2007 ......17 2008 ......17 2009 ......17 Total ..... 34

HISTORY & RECORDS THE UNIVERSITY

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CHARGER SOCCER

4 NICK DIONNE SENIOR / FOURTH SEASON AT UNH POS: MIDFIELD HT.: 5-10 WT.: 142 HOMETOWN: MERIDEN, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: O.H. PLATT MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2009: One of just two players to start all 18 games … Tied for team lead with three goals and tied for second with seven points … Netted a goal at Stonehill (10/3), vs. Merrimack (10/9) and at St. Anselm (10/17) … Recorded a helper in the season-opener vs. Bentley (8/29).

2010 PLAYERS

2007: Was a fixture in the lineup from day one, starting all 17 matches as a freshman ... Played on a defense that posted five shutouts, including a scoreless draw with defending national champion and then-#7 Dowling ... Defense yielded one goal or less in nine different matches.

2010 OUTLOOK

2008: Appeared and started in all 17 games for the team ... Finished the season fifth on the team with five points off two goals and one assist ... Scored one game-winning goal ... Tallied four shots on goal and seven shots.

Personal: Majoring in criminal justice and chose UNH in part for that academic program ... Son of Amy Dionne ... Career goal is to become a police officer.

High School: Captained O.H. Platt High School as a senior ... Earned All-Central Connecticut Conference South honors as a junior and senior ... Four-year letterwinner ... Also ran varsity track in final two years, earning all-conference as a senior ... Honor Roll student.

CAREER TOTALS G 0 2 3 5

A 0 1 1 2

Pts. 0 5 7 12

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, five times Assists: 1, twice Points: 2, five times

THE UNIVERSITY

HISTORY & RECORDS

2009 REVIEW

Year GP 2007 ......17 2008 ......17 2009 ......17 Total ..... 34

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CHARGER SOCCER

15 MATT SARRAZIN

2010 COACHES

SENIOR / FOURTH SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 6-1 WT.: 160 HOMETOWN: MERIDEN, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: O.H. PLATT MAJOR: UNDECIDED 2009: Appeared and started in seven games … Recorded three shots, including two on goal … Had a season-high two shots vs. Concordia (9/2). 2008: Appeared and started in 14 matches ... Scored his first collegiate goal against the College of St. Rose on October 25, 2008 ... Registered six shots and 1,221 minutes.

2010 PLAYERS

2007: Recorded first collegiate point with an assist on a goal by Jessey Fernandez in a 2-0 win over St. Thomas Aquinas in October 6 ... Played primarily on defense, seeing action in 16 of 17 matches, with 15 starts ... Played on a defense that posted five shutouts, including a scoreless draw with defending national champion and then-#7 Dowling ... Defense yielded one goal or less in nine different matches. High School: Holds Platt single-season record with 21 goals scored ... First Team All-Central Connecticut Conference South selection in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... 2006 First Team AllState selection ... Captain as a junior and senior ... 2006-07 Scholar-Athlete award ... Honor Roll student.

2010 OUTLOOK

Personal: Undecided on a major ... Son of Starr and Charles Sarrazin.

CAREER TOTALS

Year GP 2007 ......16 2008 ......14 2009 ......7 Total ..... 37

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 0 0 1

Pts. 1 2 0 3

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, vs. St. Rose, 10/25/08 Assists: 1, vs. STAC, 10/6/07 Points: 2, vs. St. Rose, 10/25/08

2009 REVIEW HISTORY & RECORDS THE UNIVERSITY

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2010 COACHES

CHARGER SOCCER

0 JONATHAN CREEM JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: GOALKEEPER HT.: 5-10 WT.: 155 HOMETOWN: NAUGATUCK, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: NAUGATUCK MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2009: Appeared in 17 games, starting 14 … Recorded a 2.58 goals-against average in 1327 minutes … Recorded a shutout in UNH’s 4-0 win vs. Concordia (9/2) … Tallied a season-high ten saves at St. Anselm (10/17) and vs. Nyack (10/20) … Finished the season with 75 saves.

High School: Posted 20 shutouts his senior season ... First Team All-Conference selection in Naugatuck Valley League (‘07) ... Earned All-Academic honors as a senior ... Captain his final two years ... Also played baseball. Personal: Majoring in Management of Sports Industries ... Son of Maureen and Edward Creem ... One brother, Kyle, and two sisters, Molly & Abby. Year 2008 2009 Total

CAREER TOTALS

GP 10 17 27

Min. 768 1327 2095

GA 24 38 62

GAA 2.81 2.58 2.66

Sv Pct. W-L-T 44 .647 2-7-0 75 .664 1-15-0 119 .657 3-22-0

Sho 0.0 1.0 1.0

MATCH HIGHS

Min: 106:24, vs. Nyack, 10/20/09 Saves: 10, twice

THE UNIVERSITY

HISTORY & RECORDS

2009 REVIEW

2010 OUTLOOK

2010 PLAYERS

2008: Appeared in ten games and started nine ... Finished the season wtih 44 saves ... Season-high of ten saves at Stonehill on October 22, 2008.

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CHARGER SOCCER

1 J.J. COMEAU

2010 COACHES

JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: GOALKEEPER HT.: 5-9 WT.: 175 HOMETOWN: WALLINGFORD, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: MARK T. SHEEHAN MAJOR: MGT. OF SPORTS INDUSTRIES 2009: Appeared in nine games, including four starts … Tallied eight saves, including a season high three at C.W. Post (9/30) … Recorded a 2.53 goals-against average in 320 minutes. 2008: Appeared in 11 games ... Scored first collegiate goal against Stonehill on October 22, 2008 ... Totaled three shots and one shot on goal.

2010 PLAYERS

High School: Posted 33 shutouts during four-year career ... All-State selection and two-time All-Housatonic League pick ... Two-time New Haven Register All-Area ... Senior Bowl selection ... Meriden Record-Journal Scholar-Athlete ... South Central Premier team was three-time state champion. Personal: Son of Sandy and Jim Comeau ... One sister, Megan ... Majoring in Management of Sports Industries.

CAREER TOTALS

GP 11 9 20

Min. GA GAA Sv Pct. W-L-T Sho ------------Played as a field player------------320 9 2.53 8 .471 0-2-0 0.0 320 9 2.53 8 .471 0-2-0 0.0

MATCH HIGHS

Min: 90:00, at Stonehill, 10/3/09 Saves: 3, at C.W. Post, 9/30/09

2010 OUTLOOK

Year 2008 2009 Total

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2010 PLAYERS

2010 COACHES

CHARGER SOCCER

5 STEVEN GENNUSO JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: FORWARD HT.: 5-10 WT.: 180 HOMETOWN: MIDDLETOWN, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: XAVIER MAJOR: MGT. OF SPORTS INDUSTRIES 2009: Appeared in 16 games, starting 15 … Recorded a goal in two consecutive games … Added a goal in season-opener vs. Bentley (8/29) … Tallied the game-winning goal vs. Concordia (9/2) … Recorded a team-high 29 shots, including 15 on net. 2008: Named to the Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team ... Appeared in all 17 matches and started 14 as a freshman ... Finished the season second on the team in points with eight ... Compiled four goals throughout the season ... Tallied 27 shots, 17 shots on goal and one game-winning goal ... Scored first collegiate point on September 3, 2008 in the Chargers 2-1 upset over #9 Dowling College. High School: First Team All-Area selection ... Middletown Press Athlete of the Week ... Team was Southern Connecticut Conference Co-Champions in 2006 ... Also ran track ... Honor Roll student.

2010 OUTLOOK

Personal: Majoring in Management of Sports Industries ... Son of Lucy and Gaetano Gennuso ... One sister, Monica.

CAREER TOTALS G 4 2 6

A 0 0 0

Pts. 8 4 12

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, six times Assists: None Points: 2, six times

THE UNIVERSITY

HISTORY & RECORDS

2009 REVIEW

Year GP 2008 ......17 2009 ......16 Total ..... 33

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CHARGER SOCCER

7 JEFF LAZZARA

2010 COACHES

JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-11 WT.: 160 HOMETOWN: NORTH HAVEN, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: NORTH HAVEN MAJOR: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2009: Appeared in all 18 games, starting 14, including the final 13 … Recorded a shot at Stonehill (10/3). 2008: Played in all 17 games and started 12 ... Scored first collegiate point on September 7, 2008 at Southern Connecticut ... Tallied 1,065 minutes played and one shot.

2010 PLAYERS

High School: All-State and All-Area selection in 2006 and ‘07 ... All-Division those seasons plus 2005 ... Team was state quarterfinalist in 2006 after winning Oronoque Division in Southern Connecticut Conference ... Dean’s List student ... Also played golf and basketball. Personal: Majoring in business administration ... Son of Ellen Lazzara ... One brother, Mike.

CAREER TOTALS G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

Pts. 1 0 1

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: None Assists: 1, at SCSU, 9/7/08 Points: 1, at SCSU, 9/7/08

2010 OUTLOOK

Year GP 2008 ......17 2009 ......18 Total ..... 35

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JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-10 WT.: 165 HOMETOWN: DANBURY, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: DANBURY MAJOR: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 2009: Redshirt season ... Did not appear in any games. 2008: Appeared in eight games and started six ... Played in over 500 minutes and played in his first collegiate contest on September 3, 2008. High School: Two-time All-Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC) selection (2006 and 2007) ... FCIAC Scholar-Athlete of the Month (November ‘07) ... Team captain as a senior ... Also ran track. Personal: Majoring in mechanical engineering ... Son of Liz and Michael Diker ... One brother, Jonathon, and one sister, Ellen.

CAREER TOTALS

Year GP 2008 ......8 2009 ......0 Total ..... 8

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: None Assists: None Points: None

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10 JEAN CARLOS RAFAEL

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JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: MID./FOR. HT.: 5-8 WT.: 166 HOMETOWN: LIMA, PERU LAST SCHOOL: WILBUR CROSS MAJOR: UNDECIDED 2009: Appeared in 17 games, starting 15 … Tied for second on the team with two goals … Recorded first collegiate goal vs. Dowling (10/13) … Added a goal at Molloy (10/22) ... Tallied 20 shots, including six on net ... Wore #19. 2008: Played in 14 contests and started 11 ... Also played in 773 minutes and tallied two shots, one shot on goal as a mainstay in the Chargers’ midfield.

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High School: 2007 All-State Class “L” selection and two-time Southern Connecticut Conference All-Oronoque Division pick ... Earned team’s Offensive Player of the Year award three years in a row ... Honor Roll student. Personal: Son of Maria and Cesar Rafael ... Two brothers, Cristian and Marlon ... Undecided major.

CAREER TOTALS G 0 2 2

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 4 4

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, twice Assists: None Points: 2, twice

2010 OUTLOOK

Year GP 2008 ......14 2009 ......17 Total ..... 31

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20 ANTHONY ROMANO JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: FORWARD HT.: 5-9 WT.: 150 HOMETOWN: PLAINVIEW, N.Y. LAST SCHOOL: BETHPAGE MAJOR: MGT. OF SPORTS INDUSTRIES 2009: Appeared in all 18 games, starting 16 … Tied for team lead with three goals ... Tied for second on the team with seven points … Added a goal and an assist vs. Southern Connecticut (9/22) … Recorded a goal vs. St. Rose (9/16) and at Stonehill (10/3) … Had a season-high three shots vs. Bentley (8/29). 2008: Played in 13 contests and started nine games ... Finished fourth on the team with six points off two goals and two assists ... Scored first collegiate points in his first game against Post University on August 30, 2008 ... Played 716 minutes and registered nine shots on goal, 15 total shots. High School: Ranked third in the conference in goals and second in assists ... All-Nassau County selection ... Nassau County exceptional seniors team pick ... Served as team captain ... Honor Roll student ... Also played baseball.

2010 OUTLOOK

Personal: Majoring in Management of Sports Industries ... Son of Denise and Vito Romano ... One sister, Danielle.

CAREER TOTALS G 2 3 5

A 2 1 3

Pts. 6 7 13

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, five times Assists: 2, at St. Anselm, 9/10/08 Points: 4, at St. Anselm, 9/10/08

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Year GP 2008 ......13 2009 ......18 Total ..... 31

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CHARGER SOCCER

23 JOSH ALLEN

2010 COACHES

JUNIOR / THIRD SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 6-0 WT.: 150 HOMETOWN: PLAINVIEW, N.Y. LAST SCHOOL: PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2009: Appeared in all 18 games, including nine starts … Tallied a shot on goal at Le Moyne (10/6) … Added a shot at St. Michael’s (10/24). 2008: Appeared in eight matches ... Tallied one shot and 214 minutes. High School: Played for Long Island Junior Soccer League ODP Select program for three years, including SYL Cosmopolitan championship ... Also ran track ... Honor Roll student.

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Personal: Majoring in criminal justice ... Hopes to work for the FBI or DEA ... Son of Lorraine and Eli Allen ... One brother, Justin and one sister, Jessica.

CAREER TOTALS

Year GP 2008 ......8 2009 ......18 Total ..... 26

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: None Assists: None Points: None

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SOPHOMORE / SECOND SEASON AT UNH POS: GOALKEEPER HT.: 5-9 WT.: 160 HOMETOWN: NORWALK, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: BRIEN MCMAHON MAJOR: ENGINEERING 2009: Appeared in three games … Tallied a shot at Le Moyne (10/6). High School: Also played baseball for the Senators of Brien McMahon High School ... Twoyear team captain and All-State selection ... Also named to the All-Area and All-Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference team. Personal: Majoring in Engineering ... Son of John and Phyllis Petridis ... Two brothers, Alex and Nicholas, and one sister, Eleni. Year 2009 Total

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GP Min. GA GAA Sv Pct. W-L-T Sho 3 ------------Played as a field player------------3 ------------Played as a field player-------------

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9 JOE D’ANTONIO

2009 REVIEW

SOPHOMORE / SECOND SEASON AT UNH POS: FORWARD HT.: 5-8 WT.: 150 HOMETOWN: OCEANSIDE, N.Y. LAST SCHOOL: OCEANSIDE MAJOR: UNDECIDED 2009: Appeared in 12 games, starting five … Recorded first collegiate goal vs. Southern Connecticut (9/22) … Added a helper at St. Michael’s (10/24) … Tallied 15 shots, including seven on goal. High School: Played on the ODP State Team Eastern New York in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... All-County selection for the Sailors of Oceanside High School ... Won the Northeast Division as part of the Albertson Academy USSF U-18 team in 2008-09 and the U-16 team in 2007-08. Personal: Undecided on major ... Son of Tony and Denise D’Antonio ... Three brothers, Anthony, Michael and Matthew.

CAREER TOTALS

Year GP 2009 ......12 Total ..... 12

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MATCH HIGHS

Min: None Saves: None

G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts. 3 3

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: 1, vs. SCSU, 9/22/09 Assists: 1, at St. Mikes, 10/24/09 Points: 2, vs. SCSU, 9/22/09

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CHARGER SOCCER

12 JOEL RODRIGUEZ

2010 COACHES

SOPHOMORE / SECOND SEASON AT UNH POS: DEF./MID. HT.: 5-11 WT.: 170 HOMETOWN: WALLINGFORD, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: MARK T. SHEEHAN MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2009: One of just two players to start all 18 games … Second on the team with two assists … Tallied a helper vs. Concordia (9/2) and at St. Anselm (10/17) … Recorded a season-high three shuts at Le Moyne (10/6) and at St. Anselm (10/17) … Finished the season with 14 shots, including five on net ... Played as a member of the U21 Puerto Rican National Team.

2010 PLAYERS

High School: 2008 member of the NSCAA/adidas All-New England team ... Member of the U-20 Puerto Rican National Team ... Named to the Greater New Haven Soccer Officials All-State Team in 2007 and 2008 ... Also a two-time Southern Connecticut All-Conference selection and a New Haven Register All-Area Team selection ... 2008 Record-Journal Scholar Athlete. Personal: Majoring in Criminal Justice ... Son of Louis and Seidy Rodriguez ... Father played soccer at Eastern Connecticut State University in the 1980’s.

CAREER TOTALS G 0 0

A 2 2

Pts. 2 2

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: None Assists: 1, twice Points: 1, twice

2010 OUTLOOK

Year GP 2009 ......18 Total ..... 18

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16 DANIEL DRAGICEVICH SOPHOMORE / SECOND SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-9 WT.: 170 HOMETOWN: FAIRPORT, N.Y. LAST SCHOOL: FAIRPORT MAJOR: MGT. OF SPORTS INDUSTRIES 2009: Appeared in five games after joining the team midway through the season. High School: Two-time Monroe County Division Champions at Fairport High School ... Also a member of two-time New York Section IV Championship team for the Raiders ... Member of the honor roll. Personal: Majoring in Management of Sports Industries ... Son of Joe and Cerise Dragecevich.

2010 PLAYERS

CAREER TOTALS G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: None Assists: None Points: None

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2009 REVIEW

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Year GP 2009 ......5 Total ..... 5

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CHARGER SOCCER

17 AUSTIN COLEMAN

2010 COACHES

SOPHOMORE / SECOND SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-8 WT.: 165 HOMETOWN: NORTH HAVEN, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: HAMDEN HALL MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2009: Appeared and started in 16 games, after missing two matches due to injury … Tallied an assist vs. Merrimack (10/9) … Recorded four shots, including three on goal. High School: Five year member of the Connecticut Olympic Development Team ... Four-time All-League selection ... Two-time All-State selection and WNEPSSA All-Star ... Also a member of the Green and White Club at Hamden Hall Country Day School.

CAREER TOTALS

Year GP 2009 ......16 Total ..... 16

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts. 1 1

2010 PLAYERS

Personal: Majoring in Criminal Justice ... Son of Ron and Sequella Coleman ... One brother, Ronald, currently plays soccer at Tufts University.

MATCH HIGHS

Goals: None Assists: 1, vs. Merrimack, 10/9/09 Points: 1, vs. Merrimack, 10/9/09

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6 JOE PIRES FRESHMAN / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: FORWARD HT.: 5-6 WT.: 145 HOMETOWN: SHELTON, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: SHELTON MAJOR: UNDECIDED High School: Four-year varsity member of the Shelton High School soccer team … As a senior, led the team to the quarterfinals of the State Tournament … Registered 19 goals and eight assists during the campaign … Named to the All-Conference and All-Division Teams in 2009 … Also selected to the New Haven Register All-Star and CT Post All-Star Teams in 2009.

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2010 PLAYERS

Personal: Son of Ana and Domingos Pires … One brother, Andrew … Undecided on an academic major at UNH.

11 DAVE LJUNGQUIST JUNIOR / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: MIDFIELD HT.: 5-11 WT.: 180 HOMETOWN: OXFORD, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: CEN. CONN. ST. MAJOR: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Prior to UNH: Attended Central Connecticut State University for three semesters.

Personal: Son of Anne and Allen Ljungquist … One sister, Jennifer … Majoring in Mechanical Engineering at UNH.

13 ANDRES NUNEZ SOPHOMORE / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: MIDFIELD HT.: 5-11 WT.: 179 HOMETOWN: CALI, COLOMBIA LAST SCHOOL: NORWALK C.C. MAJOR: SYSTEM ENGINEERING

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High School: Played for the Wildcats of Seymour High School … All-League second team and Player of the Year as a freshman and sophomore … Also received the Coach’s Award as a senior.

High School: Three-sport athlete for Berchmans High School in Cali, Columbia … Standout on the soccer field as well as the volleyball court and in the pool as a member of the water polo team … Helped lead the soccer team to four State Championships from 2003-2006. Personal: Son of Gloria Satizabal and Francisco Nunez … One sister, Julia … Majoring in System Engineering at New Haven.

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CHARGER SOCCER

14 HECTOR POMMILLS

2010 COACHES

FRESHMAN / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-8 WT.: 173 HOMETOWN: BRIDGEPORT, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: KOLBE CATHEDRAL MAJOR: GRAPHIC DESIGN High School: Played four years for the Cougars of Kolbe Cathedral High School … Two-time All-South Western Conference honoree … Led the team to a State Championship and was selected to the All-Patriot Team in 2009. Personal: Son of Carmen and Steve Pommills … One brother, Earl and one sister, Sonia … Majoring in Graphic Design at New Haven.

2010 PLAYERS

19 GUI DOS SANTOS

2010 OUTLOOK

FRESHMAN / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: MIDFIELD HT.: 5-11 WT.: 185 HOMETOWN: BETHEL, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: BETHEL MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE High School: Played four years for the Wildcats of Bethal High School … Named to the AllSouth Western Conference Team in 2009 … Selected the Most Valuable Player in the 2009 Region 4 Senior Bowl Game … Served as team captain in 2009.

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Personal: Son of Marcia Pereira and Valcir Santos … Majoring in Criminal Justice at New Haven.

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HISTORY & RECORDS

FRESHMAN / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: MIDFIELD HT.: 5-10 WT.: 150 HOMETOWN: DANBURY, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: DANBURY MAJOR: ENGLISH SEC. EDUCATION

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High School: Played for the Hatters of Danbury High School … Named to the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference and Newstime All-Area Teams in 2008 and 2009. Personal: Son of Elizabeth and Michael Diker … One brother, Michael, who is also a member of the Charger men’s soccer team, and one sister, Ellen … Majoring in English Secondary Education at New Haven.

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22 EDWIN CARAVAJAL FRESHMAN / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-11 WT.: 165 HOMETOWN: NORWALK, CONN. LAST SCHOOL: WILTON MAJOR: UNDECIDED High School: Two-sport athlete for the Warriors of Wilton High School … Named the All-East FCIAC Player of the Year in 2009 … Recipient of the All-FCIAC Scholar Athlete Award … Named the team captain as a junior and senior.

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Personal: Son of Beatriz and Juan Carvajal … One sister, Veronica … Undecided on an academic major at UNH.

24 BJORN HANSSON FRESHMAN / FIRST SEASON AT UNH POS: DEFENSE HT.: 5-11 WT.: 165 HOMETOWN: LANDSKRONA, SWEDEN LAST SCHOOL: GULLSTRANDSGYMNASIET MAJOR: GENERAL ENGINEERING High School: Attended Allvar Gullstrandsgymnasiet of Landskrona, Sweden…Recipient of the Swedish Graduation Honor…Also plays tennis and golf.

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Personal: Son of Annila and Anders Hansson…One sister, Charlotte…Majoring in General Engineering at UNH.

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In all, New Haven returns six of its eight top scorers from last season. Fourth year head coach, Joshua Krusewski, is confident that this is the year when the Chargers break through and contend for a Northeast-10 Conference Tournament berth.

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Other highlights of the season include contests with Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint Anselm, Saint Michael’s and UMass Lowell. The Chargers will host Subway Day on Tuesday, October, 12 (Saint Thomas Aquinas) and Five Guys Day on Saturday, October 16 (Saint Anselm) at Kayo Field. All fans in attendance have an opportunity to win free gift cards, courtesy of our local Subway and Five Guys restaurants. At the end of the regular season, New Haven will host Alumni Day on Sunday, October 24 and Senior Day on Friday, October 29. The New Haven Athletic Department encourages all Chargers alumni to attend the women’s and men’s soccer doubleheader against Saint Michael’s at Kayo Field, with all the action beginning at 11 a.m. Later in the week, UNH will honor its senior class members when the team plays host to UMass Lowell on Senior Day. A small ceremony honoring the seniors will take place prior to the kickoff.

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Midfield Three members of the Chargers midfield are back from 2009 and inexperience will not be a factor in 2010. Senior Nick Pezzente will transition back to the midfield after spending last season on the backline. He enters his final season with three years of action on the pitch. Pezzente tallied one goal and one assist for a total of three points in 17 games last season. Junior Jean Carlos Rafael adds to the experience, coming into the season with 31 career appearances and two goals. Furthermore, newcomers Dave

The Schedule UNH opens the season on Thursday, September 2 with its home opener against non-conference foe, Concordia College. Three days later, the Chargers move right into Northeast-10 Conference action with an away match at Bentley on Sunday, September 5. Following its first road match of the campaign, New Haven then returns home Wednesday, September, 8 for a matchup against the Greyhounds of Assumption College.

2010 OUTLOOK

Defense The Chargers defense will unquestionably serve as the team’s strength, as six players return from last year’s backline. Juniors Jeff Lazzara and Josh Allen and sophomores Austin Coleman and Joel Rodriguez are all eager to get back on the field in 2010. Lazzara saw action in every game, including 14 starts a year ago. Coleman started in all 16 games that he appeared in, while Allen played in all 18 matches, starting in nine of them. Sophomore Joel Rodriguez also hopes to improve with one full season under his belt. Rodriguez started all 18 games last season, played in over 1,400 minutes and played for the Puerto Rican National Team in the off season. In addition, junior Michael Diker and sophomore Daniel Dragicevich each return for another season, while newcomers Hector Pommills, Bjorn Hansson and Edwin Caravajal will all compete for a chance to contribute.

Forward Senior Nick Dionne and junior Anthony Romano will spearhead the offensive attack for the Chargers this season. Dionne, who started all 18 games in the midfield last season, hopes to improve upon a seven-point performance a season ago. Romano returns with five goals and three assists throughout his short career. He finished tied for second on the team with seven points, posting three goals and one assist last season. Possibly joining Romano up top will be fellow classmate Steven Gennuso and sophomore Joe D’Antonio. Gennuso and D’Antonio combined for three goals and one assist in 2009. In addition newcomer Joe Pires, a proven scholastic talent, will join the attack as well.

2010 PLAYERS

Goalkeepers Juniors Jonathan Creem and J.J. Comeau will anchor the UNH goal this season. Competing for the top spot, the classmates combined to start all 18 games for the Chargers in 2009. Creem played over 1,300 minutes, while Comeau saw 320 minutes of action. Creem posted 75 saves coupled with a 2.58 goals against average, compared to a 2.53 GAA by Comeau. Sophomore Anastasios Petridis will add to the position.

Ljungquist, Andres Nunez, Gui Dos Santos and Jonathan Diker, will most likely contend for the final starting role in the Chargers midfield. Juniors Steven Gennuso and Anthony Romano, along with freshmen Pommills and Caravajal, may also contribute to the midfield in 2010.

2010 COACHES

A veteran squad has high hopes on taking the New Haven men’s soccer team to new heights in the 2010 Northeast-10 Conference standings. The Chargers return 16 student-athletes from last year’s squad and the strength of the team will undoubtedly lie within its upperclassmen, as the club brings back eight juniors and three seniors.

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Adelphi University Panthers

Garden City, N.Y.

American International College Yellow Jackets Springfield, Mass.

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Assumption College Greyhounds

Worcester, Mass.

The Northeast-10 Conference enters its 30th year as there is little surprise why the Northeast-10 Conference has continued to grow stronger year by year since it’s inception and now stands as a model conference of NCAA Division II. The conference was built from the ground up with strong cornerstones and a vision of becoming the premier Division II NCAA athletic conference in the nation. A quick look around the league today will tell even the casual observer that the NE-10 has done so. The conference is a powerful union of strong academic and athletic colleges and universities that incorporates 16 institutions from New York and New England. The NE-10 sponsors the most championship sports of any Division II conference in the nation.

The founding fathers of the NE-10 were only happy to comply. Thus, a handful of athletic directors at smaller schools, classified Division II and of similar scope, academic makeup and athletic abilities hatched the idea of a new athletics conference in New England. Therefore, on October 9, 1979, a simple press release announced that a new unnamed Division II conference was being formed. Eight months later, at the Pleasant Valley Country Club in Springfield, Mass., the league was publicly announced.

The Northeast-7 Conference established instant credibility in its membership and that credibility led to a slow but continued expansion through the years. The admittance of Saint Anselm in 1981 created the Northeast-8. In 1984, Hartford joined the ECAC Division I North Atlantic Conference but The Northeast-10 can look to a long history of was immediately replaced by Merrimack. successes – the growth from seven original schools to more than double its size 20 years The “Northeast-10” name came about when later – the contention for and winning of national Saint Michael’s and Quinnipiac joined the league championships – the change in league structure in 1987 and the conference remained stable from on-campus administration to a central until 1995 when Springfield left for Division governing location – the anticipation of, coping III. The league stayed at 10 members as Le with and addition of modern technology - the Moyne joined the league in 1996 from the New recognition of student-athlete performances in England Collegiate Conference (NECC) and briefly the classroom where the real competitions are expanded to 11 when Pace joined in 1998 from played out – all of them have been built thanks to the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference the hard work and dedication through the years (NYCAC). Quinnipiac elevated to the Division I of thousands of people who have, at one time or Northeast Conference (NEC) to again return the another, called the Northeast-10 home for their foundation of 10 until the last major expansion athletics program or their livelihood. took place prior to 2001 when five new schools joined the fold. Franklin Pierce, Southern New The NE-10 history began with the vision of a few Hampshire University (formerly New Hampshire good men and women. It was back in 1979 that College), the University of Massachusetts Lowell a handful of athletics directors realized that the and Southern Connecticut State University were world of college athletics was changing and that joined by the College of Saint Rose. they, and their programs, would have to change as well. In 2008, Bryant University departed for Division I and the University of New Haven immediately In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s the NCAA began to replace Bryant in all sports, maintaining a 15 to emphasize the importance of conferences in institutions in the conference. organizing competition and determining bids to NCAA national tournaments. The NCAA required Adelphi University, became the newest member six teams to be recognized as a conference in of the conference last year, bringing membership order to award championships, and the creation to 16 full-time institutions. of national tournaments with automatic qualifiers to league champions became a new goal towards which teams could strive.

Bentley College Falcons

Waltham, Mass.

Franklin Pierce University Ravens Rindge, N.H.

Le Moyne College Dolphins

Syracuse, N.Y.

University of Massachuetts Lowell River Hawks Lowell, Mass.

Merrimack College Warriors

North Andover, Mass.

University of New Haven Chargers

West Haven, Conn.

Pace University Setters

Pleasantville, N.Y.

Saint Anselm College Hawks

Manchester, N.H.

Saint Michael’s College Purple Knights Colchester, Vt.

The College of Saint Rose Golden Knights Albany, N.Y.

Southern Connecticut State University Owls New Haven, Conn.

Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Manchester, N.H.

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Overall: 1-17-0

Name GP-GS Oren Corridon ............... 18-15 Anthony Romano .......... 18-16 Nick Dionne .................. 18-18 Roberto Novoa .............. 18-5 Steven Gennuso ........... 16-15 Jean Carlos Rafael ....... 17-15 Joe D’Antonio ................ 12-5 Nick Pezzente ............... 17-17 Joel Rodriguez .............. 18-18 Austin Coleman ............ 16-16 Trent McCaskill ............. 9-1 Matt Sarazin ................. 7-7 P.J. Horn ........................ 15-9 Josh Allen ...................... 18-9 Anastasios Petridis ....... 3-0 Jeff Lazzara................... 18-14 Mark Blasiak ................. 11-0 Jason Ruiz ..................... 4-0 Daniel Dragicevich ....... 5-0 J.J. Comeau ................... 9-4 Jonathan Creem ........... 17-14 Ryan O’Donoghue......... 1-0 Total ............................... 18 Opponents .................... 18

GA 9 38 0 47 17

G 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 47 Avg 2.53 2.58 0.00 2.57 0.93

A 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 31

Pts Sh 9 14 7 14 7 4 5 15 4 29 4 20 3 15 3 13 2 14 1 4 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 157 125 281

Neut: 0-0-0 Shot% .214 .214 .750 .133 .069 .100 .067 .077 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .108 .167

Svs Pct W 8 .471 0 75 .664 1 3 1.000 0 86 .647 1 52 .754 17

L 2 15 0 17 1

SOG 6 6 3 5 15 6 7 7 5 3 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69 133

SOG% .429 .429 .750 .333 .517 .300 .467 .538 .357 .750 .500 .667 .000 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .439 .473

T Sho 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 8

YC-RC 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 14-0 17-0

GW 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 17

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

FG 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 16

OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

HAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

GTG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Faced 46 232 0 278 155

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Name GP-GS Minutes J.J. Comeau...............9-4 320:03 Jonathan Creem .....17-14 1327:01 TEAM ............................ 0:00 Total........................... 18 1647:04 Opponents ................ 18 1647:04

Min 1104 1048 1548 632 959 1241 696 1303 1413 1377 170 615 877 1029 18 1356 108 22 62 232 1325 0 -

Away: 0-9-0

Score Overall Conf 2-3 0-1-0 0-1-0

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Team So. New Hamp. * Le Moyne ^ Franklin Pierce So. Connecticut Merrimack Assumption Bentley Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s American Int’l Stonehill UMass Lowell Saint Rose New Haven

Overall Record Pct. 14-4-4 .727 18-3-3 .812 13-5-3 .690 14-5-2 .714 11-7-1 .605 9-6-3 .583 6-10-2 .389 7-9-3 .447 9-5-3 .618 8-11 .421 7-9-1 .441 4-12 .250 2-15-1 .139 1-17 .056

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NE-10 Record Pct. 10-1-2 .846 10-2-1 .808 10-2-1 .808 9-3-1 .731 9-4 .692 6-5-2 .538 6-5-2 .538 6-5-2 .538 5-5-3 .500 5-8 .385 3-9-1 .269 3-10 .231 1-11-1 .115 0-13 .000

Player of the Year Robbie Sabadoz, Merrimack Defensive Players of the Year Richard Kentish, Southern New Hampshire Goalkeeper of the Year Sean Lambert, Southern New Hampshire Freshman of the Year Ruben Resendes, Southern New Hampshire Co-Coach of the Year Jeremy Bonomo, Assumption Marc Hubbard, Southern New Hampshire All-NE-10 First Team All-NE-10 Third Team Victor Gonvalves - Franklin Pierce Tom Denomme - American Int’l Angelo Reina - Le Moyne Stephen Potcner - UMass Lowell Robbie Sabadoz - Merrimack Olof Lindge - Merrimack Adrian Schippers - So. New Hamp. Keesen Howe - Saint Anselm Eric Heuze - Bentley Jesse Carr - Le Moyne Frantz Francois - Franklin Pierce Jhony Valencia - UMass Lowell Paul Templeton - So. Connecticut Victor Hernandez - So. Connecticut Marc Goulet - So. New Hampshire Mike Adam - So. New Hampshire Austin Prete - Assumption Bill Nussdorfer - Bentley Kevin Nuemen - Franklin Pierce Mike Searson - Saint Anselm Sean Lawlor - Le Moyne PJ Burnette - So. New Hampshire Germain Delage - So. Connecticut Christopher Agan - Stonehill Richard Kentish - So. New Hampshire Ryan Richards - UMass Lowell Sean Lambert - So. New Hampshire All-NE-10 Second Team Stephen Blaisdell - Assumption Diego Tabares - Franklin Pierce Harry Appiah - So. Connecticut Daniel Hernandez - So. New Hamp. Harris Smriko - Bentley Greg Motta - Merrimack Yoni Feldman - So. Connecticut Kevin Woods - So. New Hampshire Tom Reilly - Franklin Pierce Shaliek Dawkins - Franklin Pierce Kyle Lortie - Merrimack Blake Schill - Saint Michael’s Sean O’Brien - So. Connecticut Steve White - Le Moyne

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2009 NE-10 MEN’S SOCCER HIGHLIGHTS • Le Moyne won its first Northeast-10 ranked fourth, followed by Southern New Championship since 2005 with a 2-1 victory Hampshire (8th) and Franklin Pierce (16th). over Southern Connecticut. The Dolphins were led by Championship MVP, Josh Mabee. • Le Moyne’s Daniel St. Jacques was selected the Division II Elite 88 recipient • Four Northeast-10 schools were selected for men’s soccer. The Elite 88 is an award to the NCAA Division II Tournament that recognizes the student-athlete with and included Le Moyne, Southern New the highest cumulative grade-point average Hampshire, Franklin Pierce and Southern participating at the finals site for each of the Connecticut. NCAA’s 88 championships. • Le Moyne advanced to the NCAA Division II National Semifinals in Tampa, Fla. after defeating conference rival Southern New Hampshire, 3-2, in an overtime penalty kick shootout in the quarterfi nals.

• Bentley’s Jared Joaquin became the 11th player in program history to reach 50 career points (20-10-50). Harris Smriko finished tied for fourth all-time in assists with 20. As a team, the Falcons reached the playoffs in consecutive years for the first time since • Three Northeast-10 schools finished the 2003-04. year ranked in the final NSCAA Division II Top 2530 Poll. Le Moyne led the way • Merrimack’s Robbie Sabadoz tied the

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school record with 19 goals, earning NE-10 Player of the Year honors. • Southern New Hampshire had three players named NSCAA All-Americans, highlighted by first team selection Richard Kentish. The Penmen reached the NCAA Division II quarterfi nals for the eighth time in program history. • Six Northeast-10 athletes were named to the NSCAA Division II All-American teams. Le Moyne’s Angelo Reina and Southern New Hampshire’s Richard Kentish highlighted the list as both were named to the first team. Le Moyne’s Sean Lawlor and Southern New Hampshire’s Marc Goulet received second team honors, while fellow Penmen Adrian Schippers and Franklin Pierce’s Frantz Francois picked up third team accolades.

1976 NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP • 1977 FINAL FOUR • 1984 FINAL FOUR


Neville Brown, Forward, (1970-73) Inducted 1996 Brown made a major impact on the Charger soccer team in each of his four seasons. UNH won 44 of 66 games and received four post-season bids during his career. As a freshman, Brown led the squad in scoring with 14 goals and nine assists for 37 points, a total which also ranked among the nation’s scoring leaders. He helped the Chargers to their first-ever post-season tournament as the team finished seventh in the 1970 NAIA playoffs. His contributions did not go unnoticed as the forward was placed 31well on the New England Intercollegiate Soccer League’s All-Star team as

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Keith Russo, Back, (1980-84) Inducted 1990 Although he didn’t put any points on the scoreboard, Russo played a major role in New Haven’s success by not allowing the opposition to score any goals. As a defensive player, Russo was one of the reasons UNH was so successful in the early 1980s. He supplied the Chargers with outstanding defense and leadership during his career. Russo was a member of the 1981 defense which allowed only 10 goals in 20 games, a record which stood at his induction. During his stay, UNH posted a 56-15-7 record, including a school record 17 wins in 1983. His play earned him a great

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John Kowalski, Assistant Coach/Back/Goalkeeper, (1969-72) Inducted 1988 Statistics do not justify the fine career output of Kowalski and his contribution to the soccer program, both as a player and as a coach. A stellar back for Coach Joe Machnik during his four seasons, he contributed heavily to the 19 shutouts posted by the team as he stopped the opposition before the goal. John could also be looked to when a back-up keeper was needed and he filled in admirably when called upon. The four-year letterwinner was a three time All-New England selection and was a key part of teams that participated in the University’s first ECAC and NCAA tournaments in soccer. Returning to UNH after graduating, he served as the right-hand man to Machnik for five seasons, during which UNH competed in five NCAA playoffs, and two NCAA Final Four Championships.

Dr. Delfim Pereira, Midfielder, (1967-68 & 1970-71) Inducted 1995 For four years, Pereira contributed more than goals and assists to the Chargers soccer program. He was a leader, a player who helped his teammates in any way necessary to win games. Pereira was team captain in 1969 and 1970 and was a major force in propelling UNH to its first ever national tournament appearance, the NAIA Final 8. He played every position during his career, including goal keeper. In his sophomore year, an Achilles injury prevented him from running, forcing Pereira to the goal mouth where he won his first game at the position. The next game, Pereira broke his hand while in the goal forcing him out of the lineup, but only for a few games for he returned later that season. He earned All-New England honors as a junior and senior and was named to the New England Intercollegiate All-Star Team in 1970. Pereira finished his career with 18 goals and 13 assists which ranked among the top ten at his graduation.

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Don Wynschenk, Soccer & Tennis Coach/Admin., (1964-84) Inducted 1993 Wynschenk played an important role during his association with UNH. He contributed to the education process as a teacher, a tennis coach and as Director of Physical Education and Intramural Sports. Wynschenk taught a myriad of subjects during his tenure and served on many faculty committees which helped bridge the gap between the North and Main campuses. His intramural programs encouraged students to come to the North Campus even though they were not directly involved with intercollegiate athletics. Wynschenk acted as a consultant for the design of the North Campus Athletic Complex. He stressed the totality of being a student-athlete, emphasizing the importance of academic success as well as athletic achievement. Wynschenk received the respect and admiration of faculty, staff and students throughout his career.

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Joseph Machnik, Coach/A.D. (1969-80) Inducted 1987 For 11 years the names Machnik and Charger Athletics were synonymous. He began his illustrious career as the head coach of the men’s soccer team, where he fielded some national caliber teams over 10 seasons. In 1970, he coached his Chargers to the NAIA finals and to the regionals the next season. UNH then qualified for the prestigious NCAA Regionals in 1973 and ’74, the NCAA Finals in 1976 and the Final Four in 1977. Named New England Intercollegiate Soccer League’s Coach of the Year two times he also served as the hockey coach for three seasons. “Dr. Joe” brought the same intensity and will to succeed to his position as the department’s Director of Athletics. In 1972, he was instrumental in elevating the athletic program by seeking and gaining Charger membership in the prestigious and competitive NCAA. A few years later, in 1975, he also introduced the women’s athletic program and gave the final approval on the proposal which upgraded the football and lacrosse programs from a club to a varsity sport.

Rick Kessel, Goalkeeper, (1975-78) Inducted 1992 Kessel did more than just stop shots for the UNH soccer team. He was a driving force behind the Chargers’ advancement to the 1976 NCAA Championship Game and to the 1977 NCAA Semifinals. Kessel posted seven shutouts in 1976, two more in the NCAA playoffs, and three in each of his final two seasons. Kessel’s leadership and ability to come up with big plays often while playing injured was a major contributing factor to the team’s success and to the development of its strong following. Kessel helped the Chargers earn four bids to the NCAA tournament and post a 48-13-10 record during his career. He registered 297 saves in four seasons which included a career-high 116 stops in 1976. He owned a career 1.05 goals against average, including three seasons in which he allowed less than one goal per game.

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deal of recognition, highlighted by All-America honors in both 1982 and 1983. Russo was also named to the All-New England team in three of his four years as a Charger. He played on two NCAA playoff teams during his career, advancing to the Regional Final in both seasons.

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Roberto Taylor, Forward, (9173-74) Inducted 1984 Achieved success that only few soccer players can claim, earning recognition both on the collegiate and professional levels, both regionally and nationally. He transferred to New Haven in 1973 and became an instant contributor to the team even though he did not play soccer during his junior college days. He quickly earned a reputation for being a “jack of all trades” because he played every position on the field with the exception of goalkeeper. In his first year, Taylor helped the team earn an ECAC playoff spot, leading the team in scoring with 33 points. For his effort, he earned All-New England honors, accolades he would also receive as a senior. Taylor made contributions each and every game during his two-year stay, scoring 25 goals in 26 games. He won the respect of his teammates as illustrated by his being named the team captain and most valuable player in 1974. Taylor later received the school’s Athlete of the Year award for his senior-year efforts. After leaving UNH, Taylor played two years of professional soccer, one with the American Soccer League and one with the North American Soccer League. He earned the ASL’s Rookie of the Year award before moving on to the NASL where he marked such legends as Pele.

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as the the National Soccer Coaches Association All-Region squad. Brown also appeared on the NEISL and NSCA All-Star teams in 1971 and 1973. He ranked among the team’s leading scorers for three more seasons before finishing his career with 45 goals and 31 assists, numbers which still place him among the school’s all-time scoring leaders. Brown was named team captain in his senior season. At the time of his induction, Brown held the school record for career assists with 31 and ranked second all-time in both total point with 121 and career goals with 45. Brown graduated Cum Laude in 1974 and received the Silversmith Award for outstanding contribution to UNH. Carl Babb, Forward, (1974-75) Inducted 1998 Babb was an outstanding contributor to the UNH program after transferring from Bronx Community College, where he earned All-America honors. The forward finished his UNH career with 24 points in 29 games, almost a point per game ratio. His best year came in 1975 when he tied for the team lead in scoring with 16 points, netting five goals and collecting six assists. In his senior season, the men’s soccer team posted a 10-4-2 record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for only the second time in school history. He led a 1975 team that set the standard for future UNH teams, as the Chargers went on to qualify for the NCAA Tournament the next three seasons. Babb also was a member of the first track team at New Haven, competing in the 100- and 200-meters and 4x100 meter relay. Nick Sakiewicz, Goalkeeper, (1979-82) Inducted 1999 Sakiewicz entered the UNH Hall of Fame as one of the most successful goaltenders goal alte tenders in n ssch school choo ooll hi hist history. stor oryy. H He e st stil still illl h holds old lds se seve several vera rall sc scho school hool ol rec rrecords, ecor ords, in including ncl clud u ing most st sshutouts huto hu tou uts in a career wi w th 25 d uring h is four seasons s. H He wa wass a n All A llwith during his seasons. an AllNew En E England glan nd Co Collegiate olleggia iate te C Conference on nfe fere renc nce and Al All-Ne All-New New w En Engl England glan and d sselection ele lect ctio ion n du duri during ring ng his career. care ca reer er. Du Duri During ring ng h his is ssenior enio en iorr se sseason, ason, Sa Sakiew Sakiewicz wic iczz a allowed llowed onlyy 1 17 7 go ggoals als in

19 games and stopped 123 of 140 shots on goal. His best season came during his junior year, in which he allowed only 10 goals in 20 games, and stopped 121 of 131 shots, including 11 shutouts. Following graduation, Sakiewicz played professionally in both France and Portugal. He served one year as the Vice-President of Corporate Sales for Major League Soccer and at induction was the President and General Manager of Major League Soccer’s Tampa Bay Mutiny. Peter Zimmerman, Forward/Midfielder (1975-78) Inducted 2005 During the 1970’s, the versatile Peter Zimmerman was an integral part of UNH’s soccer success, ranking among the team’s leading scorers during each of his four seasons. Zimmerman finished his career with 24 goals and 18 assists for 66 points. As a freshman, he netted a single-season career high eight goals for 16 points and never looked back. Zimmerman tallied four goals and 12 points as a sophomore and junior, and had two goals and nine points as a senior. During his time in a Charger uniform, the program posted a 51-15-10 overall record, making NCAA playoff appearances in each season. In 1976, Zimmerman helped the team reach the NCAA Division II National Championship match. New Haven moved on to the National Semifinals in Seattle, Washington by defeating Southern Connecticut State, 1-0 in four overtimes, as he scored the game-winning goal. In 1977, the Chargers again reached the Final Four returning from Miami, Fla. with a third place finish. One of three brothers to compete at UNH, Zimmerman played two years with brother Bernard. He set an example as a three-year team captain with his ability to inspire confidence in his teammates, and his spirit and love of the game were evident each time he took the field. Zimmerman also represented the team in many campus activities acctivities with wit ith h class clas cl asss and and character. characte ch ter. In In 1979 1979, 79,, his his athletic athl at hlet etic ic e exc excellence xcel elle lenc nce e an and d scholarship scho sc hola lars rship were recognized d as h he e re rece received ceived UNH’s Scholar-Athlete off th the he Year Ye ear A Awa Award. w rd rd.

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Boniface Uche .......1981 Keith Russo ...........1982 Keith Russo ...........1983 Boniface Uche .......1984

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First Team (F) First Team (M)

Maurice Aboud ......2006

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* Poll conducted by Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America (ISAA) from 1971-95.

ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS G 51 56 45 42 37 32 38 36 30 28 26

A 30 18 31 17 18 26 8 10 20 22 22

Pts. 132 130 121 101 92 90 84 82 80 78 74

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS T 0 2 3 21 4 12 4 5 4 1 4 1 61

Pct. .923 .818 .604 .648 .765 .597 .358 .540 .569 .346 .308 .217 .550

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TEAM GAME RECORDS Goals 18, 1984 vs. AIC Largest Margin of Victory 18 Goals, 18-0 vs. AIC, 1984 Goals Against 10, vs. Quinnipiac, 1966 TEAM SEASON RECORDS Goals 95, 1984 - 21 Games Fewest Goals Against 10, 1981 - 20 Games Winning Percentage 1.000 (10-0), 1965 Wins 17, 1983 Longest Unbeaten Streak 18, 1964-65 Consecutive Wins 18, 1964-65 Consecutive Shutouts 5, 1977 & 1979 Consec. Games Not Shutout 22, 1984-85 Most Goals Against 51, 1993 - 17 Games Losses 17, 2009 Consecutive Losses 16, 2009

1978 Division II First Round (16 teams) at UNH 3, Hartford 1 Second Round (8 teams) at So. Conn. 2, UNH 0

1981 Division II First Round (10 teams) UNH 2, at Hartford 1 (OT) Second Round (8 teams) So. Conn. 1, at UNH 0

1983 Division II First Round (12 teams) at UNH 2, Keene State 1 Second Round (8 teams) at So. Conn. 1, UNH 0

1984 Division II First Round (12 teams) UNH 2, Bridgeport 1 Second Round (8 teams) UNH 1, at Tampa 0 Final Four Florida International 3, UNH 2

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TEAM RECORDS Consecutive Winning Seasons 12, 1975-86

1977 Division II First Round (16 teams) UNH 3, Hartford 0 Second Round (8 teams) UNH 1, So. Conn. 0 Final Four Alabama A&M 2, UNH 0 Third Place Game UNH 3, Wisc.-Green Bay 2 (2OT - PKs)

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L 1 7 8 55 2 71 32 32 21 35 36 41 341

CAREER RECORDS Goals 56, Bert Williams, 1998-2000 Assists 31, Neville Brown, 1970-73 Points 132, Boniface Uche, 1981-84 Shutouts 26, Josh Faris, 1995-1999 Fewest Goals Against 43, Nick Sakiewicz, 1979-82 (58 Games, 0.74 GAA)

1976 Division II First Round (16 teams) UNH 4, C.W. Post 0 Second Round (8 teams) UNH 1, So. Conn. 0 (4OT) Final Four UNH 2, Mo.-St. Louis 1 (2OT) National Championship (Seattle, Wash.) Loyola (Md.) 2, UNH 0

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Years Coach....................W 1962 ........... Richard Curren .....12 1963-66...... Paul DelGobbo .....35 1967-68...... Don Wynschenk ...13 1969-79...... Joe Machnik .........110 1980 ........... Bill Wallach...........11 1981-90 ...... Joe Maher ............108 1991-93 ...... Rick Pauloski........17 1994-97 ...... Tom Poitras ..........38 1998-00...... Mark Lukas ..........33 2001-03...... Chris Payne ..........19 2004-06 ..... Matt Verni .............16 2007-Pres ... Josh Krusewski ....11 TOTALS ........ 47 Seasons ..........423

(tied, 21st all-time NCAA D-II)

Points 66, Bert Williams (30g, 6a), 2000 Shutouts 11, Josh Faris, 1997 11, Nick Sakiewicz, 1981 Fewest Goals Against 10, Nick Sakiewicz, 1981

1975 Division II First Round (16 teams) Le Moyne 3, at UNH 0

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Player Years Boniface Uche ....... 1981-84 Bert Williams ......... 1998-00 Neville Brown ......... 1970-73 Joshua Phillips....... 1984-86 Glenn Banks .......... 1967-68 Krys Furman .......... 1975-78 Tony Cartiera ......... 1993-96 Abou Cissokho ....... 1989-92 Jose Rojas .............. 1983-86 Keith McCormick ... 1984-86 Sahar Rostami ....... 1998-00

(11th all-time NCAA D-II)

Assists 19, Omar Castillo, 1997

1972 Division II First Round (24 teams) Bridgeport 1, UNH 0

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Year Final Regular Season Poll 1977.......... 17th (Poll included all Divisions) 1981 ......... 9th 1983 ......... 9th 1984 ......... 7th 1985 ......... 19th 1996 ......... 17th

SEASON RECORDS Goals 30, Bert Williams, 2000

NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1976 National Runners-Up 1977 National Third Place 1984 Final Four

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Goals 6, Sahar Rostami, 09/18/00 vs. STAC (Tied-4th all-time NCAA D-II) Assists 5, Edi Bogdanovic, 1983 Points 15, Sahar Rostami, 09/18/00 vs. STAC (Tied-2nd all-time NCAA D-II)

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Opponent W Alabama A&M ................................ 0 Albany ............................................ 2 American International ...............10 Assumption ..................................13 Babson ........................................... 3 Barrington ...................................... 1 Bentley ........................................... 3 Binghamton ................................... 3 Bloomsburg ................................... 1 Bloomfield ...................................... 1 Bridgeport ....................................12 Brooklyn College............................ 2 Bryant............................................. 8 C.W. Post ......................................14 California (Pa.) ............................... 0 CCNY .............................................. 6 Central Connecticut St. ...............12 Concordia (N.Y.) ...........................14 Connecticut College ...................... 5 Dallas Baptist ................................ 0 Danbury State ............................... 3 Davis & Elkins................................ 0 Dominican (N.Y.) ............................ 3 Dowling .......................................... 9 Durfee Tech ................................... 2

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Earlham (Indiana) ......................... 1 East Stroudsburg........................... 0 Eastern Connecticut St. ..............10 Eastern Nazarene ......................... 3 Eckard ............................................ 1 Fairfield ........................................20 FDU-Madison ................................. 6 Felician........................................... 3 Florida International...................... 0 Franklin Pierce............................... 1 Hartford.......................................... 6 Hofstra ........................................... 1 Holy Family..................................... 0 Hunter ............................................ 0 Kean (N.J.) ..................................... 3 Keene State ................................... 4 Kutztown ........................................ 4 Le Moyne ....................................... 2 LIU-Brooklyn................................... 1 Lock Haven .................................... 0 Loyola (Md.) ................................... 0 UMass Lowell...............................20 Mass. Maritime ............................. 1 Merchant Marine Acad. ................ 2 Mercy ............................................. 6 Mercyhurst ..................................... 0

0 4 3 1 0 2 2 3 1 15 3 0 2 1 4 13 3 5 5 6 1 10 0 0 9 1

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Merrimack ..................................... 2 Missouri-St. Louis .......................... 1 Molloy ............................................. 3 Monmouth ..................................... 6 Nasson ........................................... 2 New Bedford Tech ......................... 3 New England College .................... 2 New Jersey Inst of Tech. ............... 2 Newark State ................................. 1 Nichols ........................................... 0 Nyack ............................................. 3 New York Inst. of Tech. ................10 NYU ................................................ 4 Oneonta State ............................... 0 Ottawa (Kansas) ............................ 0 Pace ............................................... 5 Philadelphia U. .............................. 1 Post ..............................................12 Pratt Institute................................. 6 Queens (N.Y.) ................................. 6 Quinnipiac....................................21 Ricker College................................ 1 Roberts Wesleyan ......................... 0 Sacred Heart ............................... 17 Saint Anselm ................................. 1 Saint Rose ..................................... 1

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Shippensburg ................................ 0 Slippery Rock................................. 2 Southampton ...............................14 S’eastern Mass Tech. In. .............. 2 Southern Conn. St. ......................11 Southern Mass. ............................. 1 Southern New Hampshire ............ 3 (Formerly New Hampshire College) St. Francis (N.Y.) ............................ 4 St. Michael’s .................................. 0 St. Thomas Aquinas ...................... 7 Stonehill .......................................12 Stony Brook ................................... 3 Tampa ............................................ 1 U. of District Columbia .................. 1 U.S. Coast Guard Acad. ................. 1 University of Mexico ...................... 0 Villanova ........................................ 1 Western New England ................... 4 Westfield State .............................. 3 Windham College .......................... 6 Wisconsin-Green Bay .................... 1 Yale................................................. 3

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Coach W L T 1962 ....Richard Curren ........... 12 1 0 1963 ....Paul DelGobbo ..............7 3 1 1964 ....Paul DelGobbo ........... 11 2 1 1965 ....Paul DelGobbo ............10 0 0 1966 ....Paul DelGobbo ..............7 2 0 1967 ....Don Wynschenk ............8 2 2 1968 ....Don Wynschenk ............5 6 1 1969 ....Joe Machnik ..................2 10 1 1970 ....Joe Machnik ............... 13 5 1 1971 .....Joe Machnik ............... 13 4 1 1972 ....Joe Machnik ..................9 2 2 1973 ....Joe Machnik ..................9 4 3

1974 ..... Joe Machnik ..................5 1975 ....Joe Machnik ................10 1976 .....Joe Machnik ............... 12 1977.....Joe Machnik ................16 1978 ....Joe Machnik ............... 13 1979 ....Joe Machnik ..................8 1980 ....Bill Wallach ................. 11 1981 ....Joe Maher................... 15 1982 ....Joe Maher................... 13 1983 ....Joe Maher....................17 1984 .... Joe Maher....................16 1985 ....Joe Maher................... 11 1986 ....Joe Maher....................10

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Windham .....................................W .....6-1 New Bedford Tech .......................W .....2-0 New Bedford Tech .......................W .....4-0

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1965 (10-0) Coach: Paul DelGobbo

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2000 ....Mark Lukas ................ 12 6 2 2001 ....Chris Payne ...................4 14 1 2002 ....Chris Payne ...................8 11 0 2003 ....Chris Payne ...................7 10 0 2004 ....Matt Verni ......................5 12 0 2005 ....Matt Verni ......................5 13 1 2006 ....Matt Verni ......................6 11 3 2007 ....Joshua Krusewski .........6 10 1 2008 ....Joshua Krusewski .........4 14 0 2009 ....Joshua Krusewski .........1 17 0 Totals ....47 years .................. 423-341-61

Fairfield ........................................W .....3-0 Newark State ...............................W .....5-1 Monmouth ...................................W .....5-3 S’eastern Mass. Tech. Inst .........W .....6-1 Nasson ..........................................L......2-4 Eastern Nazarene .......................W .....7-0 Windham (VT) ..............................W .....2-0 Assumption ..................................W .....2-0 Quinnipiac.....................................T......2-2 New York Tech .............................W .....5-2 *Western New England ...............L......1-3 Stony Brook ..................................T......1-1 * NAIA Area 8 Tournament

Quinnipiac.....................................L......0-2 Philadelphia Textile ......................L......0-3 Monmouth ...................................W .....1-0 Western New Enlgand .................W .....4-1 Southeastern Mass. .....................L......1-2 Pratt Institute (OT) ........................L......4-6 Eastern Nazarene (OT) .................L......1-2 Windham (OT) ...............................T......2-2 Fairfield .........................................L......1-2 Assumption ...................................L......1-2 Southern Connecticut ..................L......0-6 Central Connecticut .....................L......0-1 New York University ......................L......0-2

1968 (5-6-1) Coach: Don Wynschenk

1970 (13-5-1) Coach: Joe Machnik NAIA NATIONAL TOURN.

1987 ....Joe Maher......................7 1988 ....Joe Maher......................7 1989 ....Joe Maher......................6 1990 ....Joe Maher......................6 1991 ....Rick Pauloski.................5 1992 ....Rick Pauloski.................7 1993 ....Rick Pauloski.................5 1994 ....Tom Poitras ...................3 1995 ....Tom Poitras ...................7 1996 ....Tom Poitras ................ 13 1997 ....Tom Poitras ................ 15 1998 ....Mark Lukas ................ 12 1999 ....Mark Lukas ...................9

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Mass. Maritime ...........................W .....5-0 Assumption ..................................W .....5-0 Quinnipiac....................................W .....2-0 New England College ...................L......2-4 Nasson .........................................W .....3-2 Quinnipiac.....................................L......2-4 Stonehill ........................................T......2-2 FDU-Madison ...............................W .....3-1 Danbury State .............................W .....7-2 Nichols ..........................................L......1-6 New Bedford Tech .......................W .....6-2

1964 (11-2-1) Coach: Paul DelGobbo

Assumption ..................................W .....6-2 Quinnipiac.....................................L......2-3 Quinnipiac.....................................L......2-4 New England College ..................W .....4-1 Durfee Tech .................................W .....8-0 Albany State..................................T......0-0 Nasson .........................................W .....4-0 Fairfield University .......................W .....4-1 Danbury State .............................W .....4-3 Durfee Tech .................................W .. 12-0 FDU-Madison ...............................W .....2-1

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at Danbury State College ............W .....3-0 New England College ..................W .....4-0 Albany State College ...................W .....6-3 Fairfield University .......................W .. 14-1 at Quinnipiac College ..................W .....4-2 Sacred Heart University ..............W .. 10-1 S.M.T.I. .........................................W .....2-1 Assumption College ....................W .....6-1 at Eastern Nazarene ...................W .. 11-3 at Windham College ....................W .....6-1

at Fairfield ....................................W .....5-4 Stony Brook .................................W .....3-0 at Sacred Heart ...........................W .....6-2 Windham......................................W .....6-1 at S.M.T.I. ......................................L......1-3 New York Tech .............................W .....5-1 at Assumption .............................W .....5-3 Quinnipiac.....................................L... 1-10 at New York Tech .........................W .....7-0

S’eastern Mass. Tech. Inst ..........L......2-5 Newark State ................................L......2-3 Monmouth College ......................W .....4-2 Western New England .................W .....5-3 Windham College .........................L......3-6 Eastern Nazarene .......................W .....7-6 Quinnipiac (OT) ............................W .....3-2 St. Francis (OT) .............................T......3-3 Fairfield .........................................L......0-2 Assumption ...................................L......1-2 Southern Connecticut ..................L......0-3 Bryant College .............................W .....6-2

1967 (8-2-2) Coach: Don Wynschenk

1969 (2-10-1) Coach: Joe Machnik

1966 (7-2) Coach: Paul DelGobbo

Quinnipiac College (OT)................T......1-1 at Southern Mass........................W .....7-1 Southern Connecticut .................W .....3-0 at Monmouth ...............................W .. 10-0 at Fairfield ....................................W .....5-1 Windham......................................W .....2-0 at Central Connecticut ................W .....2-1 at CCNY .........................................L......1-3 at C.W. Post .................................W .....4-0 Assumption ..................................W .....4-1 FDU-Madison ................................L......1-2 Philadelphia Textile ......................L......1-2 New York University ....................W .....2-1 Pratt Institute (OT) .......................W .....1-0

1976 NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP • 1977 FINAL FOUR • 1984 FINAL FOUR


*Ricker College ...........................W .....3-2 *Eastern Connecticut .................W .....1-0 **Davis & Elkins (WV) (8OT) .......L......0-1 **Ottawa University (Kan.) ..........L......0-3 **Earlham (Ind.) .........................W .....4-2 * NAIA Area 8 Playoffs at Willimantic, Connecticut **NAIA Nationals at Dunn, N.C.

1973 (9-4-3) Coach: Joe Machnik

University of Mexico .....................L......0-1 at Yale ...........................................L......0-1 at Fairfield ....................................W .....9-3

1977 (16-2-2) Coach: Joe Machnik NCAA DIV. II NATIONAL THIRD PLACE

Western New England .................W .....2-0 Fairfield ........................................W .....5-1 Quinnipiac.....................................T......1-1 St. Francis ....................................W .....5-0 Yale...............................................W .....2-1 Southampton ...............................W .....4-1 CCNY ............................................W .....4-1 Central Conn. State .....................W .....4-1 Stonehill .......................................W .....2-1 Sacred Heart ...............................W .....4-0

1979 (8-6-3) Coach: Joe Machnik

Eckerd College .............................W .....2-0 at Westfield St. ............................T......1-1 Quinnipiac College .......................T......2-2 Yale University (OT).......................T... 2-2* * Yale advanced on penalty kicks, 3-1 Connecticut College .....................L......0-1 at C.W. Post .................................L......2-3 Southampton College .................W .....3-0 Fairfield University .......................W .....8-0 at Stonehill College .....................W .....4-0 Sacred Heart ...............................W .....4-0 Lowell Univeristy .........................W .....1-0 Unviersity of Hartford ...................L......0-3 at St. Francis (NY).........................T......2-2 at Babson College ........................L......0-3 Central Connecticut ....................W .....2-0 Eastern Connecticut....................W .....5-1 Long Island Univ. (OT) ..................L......2-4

1980 (11-2-4) Coach: Bill Wallach

Westfield St. ................................W .....6-0 at Southampton ..........................W .....3-2 New York Tech. ............................W .....3-0 vs. Southern Connecticut ............L......1-4 vs. Quinnipiac ..............................W .....5-0 at Connecticut College ................W .....3-0 C.W. Post ......................................W .....3-2 Pratt Institute...............................W .....3-0 at Fairfield University...................W .....1-0 at Central Connecticut .................T......1-1 University of Hartford ...................T......0-0 at Sacred Heart ...........................W .....2-1 at University of Lowell ..................T......2-2

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1982 (13-5-1) Coach: Joe Maher

at Mercy .......................................W .....2-0 *at Lowell ....................................W .....2-1 N.Y. Tech .......................................L......0-2 *Quinnipiac .................................W .....3-1 *So. Conn. State .........................W .....1-0 at Connecticut College ................W .....3-1 at Hofstra ......................................T......0-0 Fairfield ........................................W .....6-0 at Central Conn. State ................W .....2-1 Hartford.........................................L......0-1 Dowling .........................................L......0-4 at New Hamp. Coll. (OT) ..............W .....1-0 St. Francis (OT) .............................T......0-0 C.W. Post .....................................W .....4-0 Pratt .............................................W forfeit *at U. of Bridgeport (OT) ..............L......1-2 *at Sacred Heart.........................W .....2-1 at Southampton ..........................W .....5-0 Brooklyn College..........................W .....2-0 * NECC Conference Match

1983 (17-4-1) Coach: Joe Maher NCAA ELITE EIGHT

vs. Davis & Elkins (OT) .................T......1-1 vs. Dowling...................................W .....3-2 *at Sacred Heart.........................W .....3-0 *Lowell .........................................W .....2-1 at New York Tech. (OT) ................W .....1-0 *at Quinnipiac (OT) ......................L......1-2 Mercy ...........................................W .....4-1 at Fairfield ....................................W .....5-0 Hofstra .........................................W .....1-0 *Central Connecticut State ........W .....4-1 Queens .........................................W .. 11-0 at Dowling ....................................W .....2-0 at C.W. Post .................................W .....5-1 at St. Francis.................................L......1-2 *New Hampshire College ...........W .....1-0 at Hartford ...................................W .....5-1 *Bridgeport .................................W .....3-0 *Southern Connecticut................L......1-3 Southampton ...............................W .....3-0

THE UNIVERSITY

1974 (5-9) Coach: Joe Machnik

Western New England .................W .....6-3 Oneonta State ..............................T......2-2 Fairfield University .......................W .....5-0 Connecticut College ....................W .....1-0 St. Francis .....................................L......0-2 Long Island University ..................L......1-5 CCNY ............................................W .....5-0 Central Connecticut ....................W .....4-0 Philadelphia Textile .....................W .....2-1 Sacred Heart ...............................W .. 10-0 Quinnipiac College ......................W .....2-0 Keene State ..................................L......1-3 Yale University ..............................L......0-2 Babson College ............................T......1-1 Eastern Connecticut State ...........L......0-1 Southern Conn. State .................W .....1-0 @C.W. Post College .....................W .....4-0 #So. Conn. State (4OT) ...............W .....1-0 $U. of Mo.-St. Louis (2OT) ...........W .....2-1 *Loyola Baltimore ........................L......0-2 @NCAA Region I Semifinal #NCAA Region I Final $NCAA National Semifinal *NCAA Division II National Championship match (Seattle, Wash.)

Davis & Elkins...............................T......0-0 Villanova ......................................W .....7-0 Fairfield ........................................W .....4-1 Hartford.........................................T......1-1 Yale...............................................W .....1-0 Southern Connecticut ..................L......0-3 Southampton ...............................W .....3-1 Quinnipiac....................................W .....1-0 Central Connecticut ....................W .....2-1 Stonehill .......................................W .....4-1 Sacred Heart ...............................W .....5-1 Lowell University ..........................W .....2-0 C.W. Post ......................................W .....4-0 St. Francis (NY) ............................W .....2-1 Babson ..........................................T......1-1 Eastern Connecticut....................W .....4-2 Long Island University ..................T......1-1 $Hartford .....................................W .....3-1 #at Southern Connecticut ...........L......1-3 $ NCAA New England Regional First Round (at UNH) # NCAA N. England Reg. Championship

HISTORY & RECORDS

Fairfield ........................................W .. 10-0 at Babson .....................................L......2-6 at Monmouth ...............................W .....4-0 at St. Francis (NY)........................W .....3-2 at Philadelphia Textile ..................T......1-1 CCNY ............................................W .....5-1 Central Connecticut .....................T......0-0 at Assumption .............................W .....6-1 at Southern Connecticut.............W .....1-0 Oneonta State .............................L......0-2 at FDU-Madison............................L......3-4 New York University .....................W .....2-0 at Quinnipiac ...............................W .....1-0 Long Island University ..................T......1-1 *Kean College (OT) .....................W .....4-1 *Hunter College ...........................L......0-1 *ECAC Central Regional Tournament at Kean College, Union, N.J.

1976 (12-6-2) Coach: Joe Machnik NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP

1978 (13-2-4) Coach: Joe Machnik NCAA ELITE EIGHT

Mercy College (OT) .......................T......0-0 at New York Tech .........................W .....1-0 at C.W. Post College ....................W .....1-0 vs. Yale University (OT) .................L......1-2 vs. Quinnipiac College.................W .....4-1 Connecticut College ....................W .....1-0 at University of Hartford...............L......1-2 at Fairfield University...................W .....5-1 Central Conn. St. College ............W .....1-0 at Babson College .......................W .....1-0 Sacred Heart University ..............W .....4-1 University of Lowell .....................W .....1-0 Southampton College ................W .....3-0 at St. Francis College ...................L......0-1 Eastern Conn. St. College ...........W .....2-0 at Merchant Marine Acad. ..........W .....2-1 at Pratt Institute ..........................W .....6-0 Kutztown St. College ...................W .....5-0 @at Univ. of Hartford (OT) ...........W .....2-1 #So. Conn. State ..........................L......0-1 @ NCAA Division II Northeast Regional First Round # NCAA Division II Northeast Regional Championship (at UNH)

2009 REVIEW

St. Francis (NY) ............................W .....3-1 at Fairfield ....................................W .....3-1 Pratt .............................................W .....4-1 Philadelphia Textile (OT) ..............T......2-2 at CCNY ........................................W .....3-2 at Central Connecticut .................T......4-4 Assumption ..................................W .....6-0 Southern Connecticut .................W .....1-0 at Oneonta State ..........................L......1-6 Quinnipiac....................................W .....1-0 FDU-Madison ...............................W .....4-2 New York University .....................W .....1-0 *Bridgeport ..................................L......0-1 *NCAA New England Regionals (at UNH)

Connecticut College ....................W .....2-1 Yale University .............................W .....2-1 Oneonta State ..............................L......0-3 Fairfield University .......................W .....3-0 Long Island University .................W .....1-0 Philadelphia TEctile......................L......1-5 CCNY ............................................W .....3-0 Central Connecticut .....................T......0-0 Sacred Heart University ..............W .....3-0 St. Francis College........................T......1-1 Keene State ..................................L......1-5 FDU-Madison ...............................W .....3-1 New York University .....................W .....2-0 Babson College ............................L......0-2 Southern Connecticut .................W .....2-0 Quinnipiac College ......................W .....4-0 *Le Moyne College.......................L......0-3 *NCAA Division II Playoffs (at UNH)

1981 (15-4-1) Coach: Joe Maher NCAA ELITE EIGHT

2010 OUTLOOK

1972 (9-2-2) Coach: Joe Machnik NCAA TOURNAMENT (24 Teams)

1975 (10-5-2) Coach: Joe Machnik NCAA TOURNAMENT (16 Tms)

at Long Island University..............L......0-7 St. Francis (NY) .............................T......2-2 at Eastern Connecticut ...............W .....1-0 Merchant Marine Acad. ..............W .....5-2

2010 PLAYERS

Coast Guard .................................W .....3-1 at Windham .................................W .....7-0 Monmouth ...................................W .. 11-0 Fairfield ........................................W .....5-0 C.W. Post ......................................W .....5-0 Central Connecticut ....................W .....5-0 at Philadelphia Textile ..................L......1-2 CCNY ............................................W .....6-1 at Quinnipiac ...............................W .....2-0 at Assumption .............................W .....6-1 at Southern Connecticut..............L......0-3 at Pratt .........................................W .....2-0 St. Francis (NY) .............................T......3-3 at New York University .................L......1-2 at FDU-Madison...........................W .....2-1 Babson .........................................W .....1-0 *Barrington (3OT)........................W .....2-1 #Keene State................................L......2-3 * NAIA Area 8 Southern Division Playoffs at New Haven # NAIA Area 8 Championship at WIllimantic, Conn.

Univ. of Lowell..............................W .....5-0 Keene State ................................W .....1-0 Babson .........................................W .....2-0 Eastern Conn. State .....................T......1-1 Long Island Univ. ..........................L......2-3 Hartford........................................W .....3-0 Southern Conn. State .................W .....1-0 *Hartford .....................................W .....3-0 *Southern Conn. .........................W .....1-0 #Alabama A & M ..........................L......0-2 @Wisc.-Green Bay (2OT) .............W .....3-2 UNH wins on penalty kicks *NCAA New England Regional #NCAA Semifinals (Miami, Fla.) @NCAA Third Place Game (Miami, Fla.)

2010 COACHES

1971 (13-4-1) Coach: Joe Machnik

Babson ..........................................L......0-1 at LIU .............................................L......1-6 Philadelphia Textile ......................L......0-1 at CCNY .........................................L......2-3 St. Francis .....................................L......1-2 Quinnipiac....................................W .....3-1 at Keene St. ..................................L......0-2 FDU-Madison ...............................W .....4-0 NYU ...............................................L......0-1 at Central Conn. State ................W .....6-2 Southern Conn. State .................W .....3-1

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Brooklyn (OT) ...........................W .....3-1 $Keene ........................................W .....2-1 # at Southern Conn......................L......0-1 * NECC Conference Match $ NCAA First Round (at UNH) # NCAA Second Round

1984 (16-4-1) Coach: Joe Maher NCAA FINAL FOUR

#Keene State................................L......0-2 #Kean of N.J. ................................L......1-4 *Sacred Heart .............................W .....6-1 New York Tech. .............................L......2-3 *Quinnipiac .................................W .....3-0 at Mercy (OT) ................................T......1-1 Fairfield ........................................W .. 13-1 *Lowell .........................................W .....9-0 *at Central Conn. State ..............W .....3-0 at Queens ....................................W .....6-0 Dowling ........................................W .....6-2 C.W. Post ......................................W .....3-1 *at New Hampshire Coll. ............W .....5-1 *at Bridgeport .............................W .....4-1 *So. Conn. State (OT)..................W .....2-1 at Southampton ..........................W .....4-0 American International ...............W .. 18-0 Hartford........................................W .....4-0 @Bridgeport .................................W .....2-1 $at Tampa....................................W .....1-0 &vs. Florida Int’l Univ. (OT)...........L......2-3 # at Keene State Tournament * NECC Conference Match @ NCAA Div. II Regionals $ NCAA Div. II Quarterfinals & NCAA Div. II Semifinals (Miami, Fla.)

1985 (11-7-1) Coach: Joe Maher

*at Sacred Heart.........................W .....3-1 *Lowell .........................................W .....5-0 at N.Y. Tech. ..................................L......0-1 at Pace .........................................W .....1-0 at Fairfield ....................................W .....7-0 Central Connecticut ....................W .....5-2 Queens .........................................W .....8-1 at Dowling (OT) .............................T......1-1 Eastern Connecticut.....................L......2-4 at C.W. Post ..................................L......0-3 *New Hamp. College (OT) ............L......1-2 Keene State .................................W .....2-1 *Bridgeport .................................W .....1-0 *at Southern Conn. (OT) ..............L......0-1 Southampton ...............................W .....4-0 at Kean of New Jersey ................W .....2-1 Mercy ............................................L......3-4 *Quinnipiac ..................................L......0-2 at American International ...........W .....5-1 * NECC Conference Match

1986 (10-5-2) Coach: Joe Maher

*Sacred Heart University............W .....3-0 *University of Lowell ...................W .....3-1 New York Tech. ............................W .....3-1 Pace University ............................W .....3-2 at Mercy College (OT) ..................W .....3-1 at Queens College ........................L......2-3 at Central Conn. St. Univ. .............L......0-6 Dowling Colllege ..........................W .....2-1 *Quinnipiac College .....................L......2-3 at Eastern Conn. State ...............W .....4-3 C.W. Post College ........................W .....2-1 *at New Hampshire College ........L......1-2 *at Keene St. College (OT) ..........T......0-0 *at University of Bridgeport.........L......0-1 *So. Connecticut State (OT) ........T......0-0 at Southampton College .............W .....3-0

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1987 (7-13) Coach: Joe Maher

#Lock Haven .................................L......0-5 #East Stroudsburg .......................L......0-4 Westfield State College ...............W .....3-2 at NYIT (OT) ..................................W .....2-1 at Pace University........................W .....1-0 at C.W. Post College .....................L......0-4 Queens College ............................L......1-3 at Quinnipiac College ..................W .....2-1 *at Sacred Heart University ........L......0-1 at Dowling College.......................W .....3-0 *at So. Connecticut State............L......0-3 Eastern Conn. State .....................L......1-5 at American International ...........W .....7-0 *New Hampshire College ............L......1-2 *Keene State College ..................L......0-2 *University of Bridgeport .............L......1-2 Mercy College ...............................L......0-2 Southampton College ..................L......2-3 *Lowell .........................................W .....4-1 at Kean College of NJ...................L......0-1 # Lock Haven University Tournament * NECC Conference Match

1988 (7-9-1) Coach: Joe Maher

C.W. Post (OT) ...............................L......0-1 at Westfield State (OT) .................L......0-1 at Lowell (OT) ...............................W .....3-2 N.Y. Tech .......................................L......1-2 *Franklin Pierce (OT)....................L......1-2 Pace .............................................W .....2-1 at Queens College .......................W .....4-1 Quinnipiac (OT) .............................T......1-1 *Sacred Heart ..............................L......0-1 Dowling ........................................W .....5-0 *Southern Connecticut................L......0-4 at Eastern Connecticut ...............W .....4-0 *at New Hampshire Coll. .............L......1-2 *at Keene State ...........................L......1-3 *at Bridgeport .............................W .....3-0 at Mercy ........................................L......1-3 at Southampton ..........................W .....1-0 * NECC Conference Match

1989 (6-9-2) Coach: Joe Maher

at C.W. Post ..................................L......0-1 Westfield State ............................W .....5-1 Lowell ...........................................W .....1-0 at N.Y. Tech (OT) ...........................T......2-2 *at Franklin Pierce .......................L......1-2 at Quinnipiac ...............................W .....4-1 *at Sacred Heart..........................L......1-2 at Dowling .....................................L......1-2 *at Southern Connecticut ...........L......0-2 Eastern Connecticut (OT) ............W .....1-0 *New Hampshire Coll. (OT)..........T......0-0 *Keene State................................L......0-1 *Bridgeport ..................................L......1-2 Mercy ............................................L......1-3 Southampton ...............................W .....3-1 Kean College ................................L......1-3 at Concordia (OT).........................W .....3-2 * NECC Conference Match

1990 (6-11-2) Coach: Joe Maher

C.W. Post College .........................L......0-4 at Eastern Conn. State ................W .....1-0 *at University of Lowell ...............W .....6-1 New York Tech (OT).......................L......2-3 *So. Connecticut State ................L......0-8 Pace University ............................W .....4-1

Dowling College ............................L......1-2 at Queens College .......................W .....4-2 Quinnipiac College (OT)................T......0-0 at Mercy College ..........................W forfeit *Sacred Heart University............W .....2-0 at Southampton College ..............L......1-4 *Franklin Pierce College (OT) ......T......1-1 *at New Hampshire College ........L......0-3 *at Keene State College ..............L......0-2 *at University of Bridgeport.........L......2-3 Stonehill College (OT) ...................L......1-2 Kean College ...............................L......3-6 Concordia College (OT).................L......1-2 * NECC Conference Match

1991 (5-10-2) Coach: Rick Pauloski

*UMass-Lowell .............................T......2-2 *at So. Connecticut State............L......0-5 Queens College ...........................W .....1-0 Southampton College ..................L......0-1 *Keene State College ..................L......0-1 at Quinnipiac College ..................W .....5-2 Mercy College ...............................T......0-0 *at Sacred Heart University ........L......0-2 *at Franklin Pierce College..........L......0-8 Eastern Connecticut State ..........W .....3-2 *New Hampshire college.............L......1-2 at Stonehill College ......................L......1-2 *University of Bridgeport .............L......0-6 at American International ...........W .....3-0 at Dowling College........................L......1-3 at Concordia College ...................W .....6-1 at C.W. Post College .....................L......2-5 * NECC Conference Match

1992 (7-11-1) Coach: Rick Pauloski

C.W. Post college ..........................L......0-3 at Teikyo-Post University .............W .....2-0 American International ...............W .....4-0 at Queens College ........................L......1-3 at Southampton College .............W .....1-0 at Mercy College ...........................L......0-6 Quinnipiac College ......................W .....1-0 Concordia College ........................L......2-3 *Sacred Heart University.............L......0-3 *Franklin Pierce College ..............L......0-4 at NYIT...........................................L......1-3 *Le Moyne College (OT) ..............W .....4-3 Stonehill College ..........................L......2-6 *at New Hampshire College ........L......0-5 Dowling College ...........................W .....3-1 *at Keene State College (OT) ......T......1-1 *So. Connecticut State Univ. .......L......0-4 *at UMass-Lowell ........................W .....2-0 #at Sacred Heart University ........L......0-1 # NECC Playoff Match * NECC Conference Match

1993 (5-11-1) Coach: Rick Pauloski

at C.W. Post ..................................L......0-9 at Bryant .......................................L......0-4 Southampton ................................L......2-3 Mercy ............................................L......2-3 at Quinnipiac ...............................W .....2-1 *Keene State................................L......0-1 *at Sacred Heart..........................L......1-3 at Concordia ................................W .....3-2 Teikyo Post (OT) ............................T......1-1 *Bridgeport ..................................L......0-5 *UMass-Lowell ............................W .....2-0 at Stonehill....................................L......2-4 *NH College..................................L......0-4 at Dowling ....................................W .....3-1 *at Franklin Pierce .......................L......1-6 *at So. Connecticut .....................L......0-5

*at Le Moyne ..............................W .....3-0 * NECC Conference Match

1994 (3-12-1) Coach: Tom Poitras

C.W. Post College .........................L......0-3 Quinnipiac College ......................W .....5-1 at Southampton College ..............L......0-4 at Mercy College ...........................L......0-1 *at Keene State ...........................L......0-3 *Sacred Heart University.............L......0-2 Concordia College ........................T......3-3 Dowling College ............................L......0-4 *at University of Bridgeport.........L......1-3 *at UMass Lowell ........................W .....3-2 Stonehill College ..........................L......0-2 *at New Hampshire College ........L......0-9 Bryant College .............................W .....3-0 *Franklin Pierce College ..............L......2-4 *Southern Connecticut................L......0-4 *Le Moyne College.......................L......0-6 * NECC Conference Match

1995 (7-9-2) Coach: Tom Poitras

at Stonehill College .....................W .....2-1 New York Tech ..............................L......1-2 at Bryant College .........................W .....8-3 Assumption College ....................W .....3-0 Keene State College ...................L......0-4 at Southern Conn. State ..............L......0-5 UMass Lowell...............................W .....1-0 at Franklin Pierce .........................L......0-2 Le Moyne College .........................L......1-5 at University of Bridgeport ..........W .....3-0 New Hampshire College...............L......0-3 American International ................L......1-2 at Teikyo Post Univ. .....................W .....3-0 at Quinnipiac College (OT) ...........L......2-3 at University of Albany..................T......1-1 at Concordia College ...................W .....1-0 University at Stony Brook .............L......2-3 at Sacred Heart University...........T......0-0

1996 (13-5-1) Coach: Tom Poitras

#at Quinnipiac College.................L......1-2 #vs. New York TEch .....................W .....2-0 Bryant College .............................W .....4-1 at Keene State College ...............W .....2-1 So. Connecticut State Univ. .........L......0-3 Concordia College ........................L......0-1 at U. of District of Columbia .......W .....3-0 University of Bridgeport ..............W .....2-0 at New Hampshire College ..........L......0-2 at American International ...........W .....5-0 University of Albany (OT) ..............T......0-0 Sacred Heart University ..............W .....4-0 Stonehill College .........................W .....6-1 Teikyo-Post University..................W .....5-1 at UMass Lowell ..........................W .....4-0 at University of Stony Brook........W .....2-0 at Assumption College ................W .....2-0 Franklin Pierce College ...............W .....2-1 vs. East Stroudsburg Univ. ...........L......2-5 # Quinnipiac College’s “Q Cup”

1997 (15-6-1) Coach: Tom Poitras

NJ Tech (at Bentley) ....................W .....4-0 St. Rose (at Bentley) ...................W .....6-0 at Bryant ......................................W .....6-0 at Teikyo Post ..............................W .....6-1 at Kutztown ..................................W .....3-1 *at So. Connecticut State............L......0-5 *UMass-Lowell ............................W .....4-0 at St. Anselm (OT).........................L......0-1 Quinnipiac....................................W .....1-0

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1998 (12-6-1) Coach: Mark Lukas

2003 (7-10) Coach: Chris Payne

at Teikyo Post ..............................W .....2-0 vs. Roberts Wesleyan ...................L......2-3 vs. Concordia (NY) .......................W .....6-0 UML ...............................................L......0-5 at Southern Connecticut..............L......0-7 at Kutztown State .........................L......2-3 at Domincan College ....................L......3-5 Felician College ...........................W .....1-0 *at Southampton College ............L......0-3 *at Molloy College Lions ..............L......1-2 *at Dowling College .....................L......1-2 *St. Thomas ................................W .....1-0 *at C.W. Post ...............................W .....2-1 *Bridgeport ..................................L......1-5 *Mercy .........................................W .....3-2 *Concordia ..................................W .....3-2 *at NYIT ........................................L......1-3 *NYCAC Conference Match

2004 (5-12)

2006 (6-11-3, 4-2-2 ECC) Head Coach: Matt Verni ECC Tourn. Runners-Up

Lock Haven ...................................L......0-3 Bloomfield ....................................W .....5-0 at Holy Family ...............................L......0-1 at UMass Lowell ...........................L......1-3 *at Concordia College (NY).........W .....3-1 *Dowling .......................................L......1-3 vs. Stonehill ..................................L......0-1 at Merrimack ................................L......0-1 at So. New Hampshire .................L......0-3 *Molloy ........................................W .....1-0 *at Bridgeport .............................W .....2-1 *New York Tech (2OT) ..................T......0-0 *at St. Thomas Aquinas..............W .....1-0 at So. Connecticut (2OT) ..............L......0-1 *C.W. Post (2OT) ..........................L......0-1 *at Mercy College (2OT) ..............T......1-1 American International ................L......2-3 Post ..............................................W .....2-1 ! at #20 C.W. Post (2OT) ..............T......1-1 UNH advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3 $ at #1 Dowling ............................L......1-2

2008 (4-14, 3-10 NE-10) Head Coach: Josh Krusewski

Post (OT)........................................L......1-2 at #9 Dowling ..............................W .....2-1 * at #18 So. Connecticut ............L......1-5 * at St. Anselm ............................W .....3-2 C.W. Post .......................................L......0-1 * So. New Hampshire ..................L......1-2 Molloy ............................................L......1-3 * St. Michael’s..............................L......1-3 * at Merrimack .......................... L (f) ...0-1 * American Int’l ...........................W .....4-2 * at #14 Le Moyne .......................L......0-4 * at Bentley ..................................L......2-6 * Assumption ...............................L......1-2 * Franklin Pierce ..........................L......0-1 * at UMass Lowell ........................L......0-4 * at Stonehill ...............................W .....3-1 * College of St. Rose....................L......1-3 Felician..........................................L......3-0 * Northeast-10 Conference Match (f) Forfeit

2009 (1-17, 0-13 NE-10) Head Coach: Josh Krusewski

* Bentley .......................................L......2-3 Concordia (N.Y.) ...........................W .....4-0 * at Assumption .......................L (OT) ..0-1 * at UMass Lowell ........................L......0-2 * College of St. Rose....................L......1-2 * at Franklin Pierce ......................L......0-2 * Southern Connecticut State .....L......3-4 * Southern New Hampshire ........L......0-4 at C.W. Post ..................................L......0-3 * at Stonehill ................................L......2-3 * at Le Moyne...............................L......0-5 * Merrimack .................................L......1-2 Dowling .........................................L......1-3 * at Saint Anselm .........................L......1-4 Nyack ........................................ L(OT) ..0-1 * at Molloy ....................................L......1-4 * at Saint Michael’s .....................L......1-2 * American International .............L......0-2 * Northeast-10 Conference Match

! East Coast Conference Semifinal $ ECC Championship * East Coast Conference Match

THE UNIVERSITY

at Southern Connectiuct..............T......0-0 vs. Kutztown .................................L......0-1 at Southampton ...........................L......1-4 Franklin Pierce..............................L......1-3 at Binghamton .............................W .....3-1 at Concordia .................................L......0-1 St. Thomas Aquinas ....................W .. 12-0 at Bridgeport ...............................W .....2-0 at Nyack .......................................W .....3-1 Stonehill .......................................W .....4-1

Mercyhurst ....................................L......2-4 Stonehill College .........................W .....2-1 Franklin Pierce (2OT)....................L......1-2 Kutztown University .....................W .....2-1 at Umass Lowell ...........................L......2-4 Teikyo Post ...................................W .....4-1 at So. Connecticut State ..............L......0-8 *Dowling College..........................L......0-3 Assumption (2OT) .........................L......1-2 *NYIT.............................................L......1-7 *at Concordia (2OT) ....................W .....2-1 Dominican College ......................W .....4-3 *C.W. Post ...................................W .....2-0 *at St. Thomas Aquinas..............W .....3-1 at Felician College (2OT) ..............L......1-2 *at U. of Bridgeport (2OT) ...........L......0-1 *Molloy College ...........................W .....3-1 *Southampton College ................L......0-1 *at Mercy College ........................L......1-3 *NYCAC Conference Match

at Lock Haven University .............L......0-3 at California U. (PA) ......................L......2-4 at American Int’l (2OT) .................L......0-1 Dallas Baptist ...............................L......0-2 UMass Lowell (2OT)......................L......0-1 at Stonehill...................................W .....1-0 Holy Family (2OT) .........................L......1-2 Slippery Rock...............................W .....2-1 So. New Hampshire......................L......1-2 at So. Connecticut ........................L......0-2 at Post University..........................L......0-1 *at Molloy College........................L......0-1 *at Dowling College .....................L......0-7 *vs C.W. Post ................................L......0-5 *at NYIT (2OT) ..............................T......2-2 *Mercy .........................................W .....1-0 *Concordia (NY) ..........................W .....4-2 *University of Bridgeport .............L......1-2 *St. Thomas Aquinas ..................W .....1-0 * NYCAC Conference Match

* East Coast Conference Match

2007 (6-10-1, 4-4-1 ECC) Head Coach: Josh Krusewski

at Lock Haven ...............................L......0-4 California (Pa.) ..............................L......0-1 #5 UMass Lowell ..........................L......0-2 Bloomfield .....................................L......0-1 at Post U. .....................................W .....1-0

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2000 (12-6-2) Coach: Mark Lukas

2002 (8-11) Coach: Chris Payne

2005 (5-13-1) Head Coach: Matt Verni

* Concordia (N.Y.)........................W .....1-0 * at Molloy ....................................L......0-5 * Mercy .........................................L......1-2 * at New York Tech.......................L......0-3 * #23 Bridgeport ........................W .....2-1 * St. Thomas Aquinas .................W .....2-0 Felician.........................................W .....3-0 at Southern Connecticut..............L......1-2 * #7 Dowling ................................T......0-0 * Queens (N.Y.).............................L......2-3 American International ................L......1-3 * at C.W. Post ..............................W .....2-1

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Assumption College .....................L......0-1 #vs. New Jersey Tech ..................W .....5-2 #at East Stroudburg Univ.............L......1-3 Nyack College (2OT) ....................W .....2-1 *University of Bridgeport ............W .....1-0 *at So. Conn. State (OT) ..............L......0-1 at Stonehill College .....................W .....5-1 *at Franklin Pierce College..........L......1-4 St. Anselm’s College ....................L......1-4 *New Hampshire College ............L......0-1 at Bryant College .........................W .....3-1 at Merrimack College ...................L......1-3 *Binghamton University .............W .....1-0 at Southampton Coll. (2OT) .........T......1-1 Bentley College .............................L......1-3 American International ...............W .....3-2 *at Teikyo-Post University ...........W .....2-1 *UMass-Lowell ............................W .....2-0 *at Felician College......................L......1-3 # at East Stroudsburg Tournament * NECC Conference Match

at UMass Lowell ...........................L......2-3 at Assumption ..............................L......1-3 vs. Lock Haven .............................L......0-2 vs. Southern Connecticut ............L......0-2 at Southampton (2OT) .................L......2-3 Dowling .........................................L......0-3 at C.W. Post ..................................L......0-1 St. Anselm.....................................L......1-2 N.Y. Tech .......................................L......1-3 Nyack ...........................................W .....5-1 at Merrimack ................................L......0-1 at Bryant .......................................L......1-2 at Franklin Pierce .........................L......1-7 Bridgeport .....................................L......0-2 American International ................T......1-1 at Teikyo Post ..............................W .....2-1 at Dominican ...............................W .....5-1 at Stonehill....................................L......1-2 Concordia.....................................W .....3-0

vs. Lock Haven .............................L......1-4 at Bloomsburg State ....................L......0-4 Teikyo ...........................................W .....4-2 at East Stroudsburg .....................L......1-4 at Shippensburg ...........................L......0-4 at Southern Connecticut..............L......0-4 at UMass Lowell ...........................L......0-5 Kutztown University ......................L......1-2 *at Mercy College ........................L......0-1 *Molloy (2OT) ..............................W .....1-0 *Concordia ..................................W .....4-0 *C.W. Post ...................................W .....4-1 *NYIT.............................................L......2-3 *at St. Thomas Aquinas..............W .....3-1 *at Southampton College ............L......2-3 *at University of Bridgeport.........L......1-4 *Dowling .......................................L......1-6 *NYCAC Conference Match

2010 OUTLOOK

1999 (9-9-1) Coach: Mark Lukas

2001 (4-14-1) Coach: Chris Payne

Head Coach: Matt Verni

2010 PLAYERS

at Assumption (OT) ......................W .....2-1 Kutztown ......................................W .....5-2 #at Lock Haven (OT) .....................T......2-2 #vs. Bloomsburg .........................W .....6-2 *at Binghamton ..........................W .....4-2 Stonehill .......................................W .....6-1 @vs. St. Anselm (OT) ....................L......1-2 @vs. Merrimack ...........................W .....3-1 *Franklin Pierce ...........................L......1-3 Bryant...........................................W .....2-1 *at UMass-Lowell ........................W .....3-0 at American International ...........W .....5-0 *at New Hampshire .....................L......0-1 at Bentley .....................................W .....3-1 *Sacred Heart .............................W .....4-1 *Southern Connecticut................L......0-1 *at Stonybrook .............................L......0-2 *Bridgeport (OT) ...........................L......1-2 *Albany ........................................W .....3-0 * NECC Conference Match # at the Lock Haven Invitational @ Merrimack Tournament

at St. Anselm ................................L......1-2 Teikyo-Post ...................................W .....3-2 at N.Y. Tech ..................................W .....3-2 Bryant...........................................W .....5-0 Merrimack ...................................W .....4-1 at Bentley .....................................W .....3-2 Felician.........................................W .....3-0 at American International ............T......1-1 at UMass-Lowell ...........................L......2-3 Dominican ...................................W .....8-0

2010 COACHES

*at Franklin Pierce .......................L......0-2 Bentley .........................................W .....3-1 *New Hampshire College ............L......0-3 *Bridgeport .................................W .....4-2 *at Albany .....................................L......1-3 American International ...............W .....6-0 at Stonehill...................................W .....4-0 Assumption ..................................W .....2-0 *Stony Brook ...............................W .....2-0 at Concordia ................................W .....3-1 *at Sacred Heart (OT) ..................T......0-0 #at Southampton ........................W .....1-0 @Merrimack (OT) ..........................L......1-2 * NECC Conference Match # ECAC Tournament @ ECAC Tournament Championship

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION Steven H. Kaplan, Ph.D., University President Steven H. Kaplan, Ph.D., became the sixth president of the University of New Haven (UNH) on July 1, 2004. Dr. Kaplan joined a nearly 85-yearold institution dedicated to experiential education. With enrollment of over 5,200 undergraduate and graduate students representing more than 35 states and some 45 countries, UNH has several nationally ranked programs in a number of majors in business, engineering, public safety, and the liberal arts and sciences. Dr. Kaplan was presented to the community in March 2004 by then Board of Governors Chairman Robert Alvine, who characterized the president-designate as energetic, well-liked and respected, focused and remarkably effective in mobilizing an institution’s resources to achieve target results. His highest priorities are strengthening the University’s endowment, growing enrollment to optimum levels, and engendering an atmosphere for excellence among all constituencies. He has focused on establishing strong relationships with members and organizations within UNH’s circle of constituents – faculty, students, administrators, alumni, friends, campus neighbors and leaders of Connecticut’s business and public service communities. As president, he oversees a faculty of nearly 400, 530 staff, and an annual budget of $84 million. Previously, Dr. Kaplan was chancellor and professor of English at the University of Virginia’s College at

Wise, Virginia, the only four-year branch campus of the University of Virginia and one of the nation’s best public colleges, according to U. S. News & World Report.

fiction with the University of South Carolina Press, and an anthology of international war stories with the University Press of Colorado.

Dr. Kaplan began his teaching career in 1982 as an Instructor of English at the University of Maryland, European Division. From 1985-1989, he served as Visiting Lecturer in American Studies at Eberhard-Karls Universitat, Tübingen, Germany – one of the oldest and most highly regarded universities in Europe. After completing his doctoral studies at Eberhard-Karls Universität, he returned to the U.S. to teach English at the University of Southern Colorado. Within three years, he was made department chair, serving in that capacity for two years before becoming Director of the Center for International Studies.

Dr. Kaplan and his wife, Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan, are both ardent opera buffs and love to ballroom dance, hike, and downhill ski. They share a great love for the visual and performing arts and have traveled to over twenty-five countries in twenty-five years, including Tanzania where they hiked up Mt. Kilimanjaro. They have a son and three daughters

Dr. Kaplan also served as dean of Arts and Humanities at SUNY College at Buffalo, an institution with about 11,000 students; and as Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Butler University, an independent comprehensive institution of five colleges and 3,400 students, which is ranked by U. S. News & World Report as one of the top regional universities in the Midwest. He completed his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Eberhard-Karls Universität in Germany and holds the Master of Arts degree (with a concentration in philosophy, German, and English), also from EberhardKarls Universitat. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Los Angeles.

Dr. Kaplan grew up in Chicago, the son of a shoe store owner and an actress-comedienne. He said his stepfather, Irving Glovin, taught him to love ideas and appreciate the contributions we all need to make to good causes. He was a good friend of Oskar Schindler, was instrumental in getting the story out in book and film form (associate producer of the film), and is the President of the Oskar Schindler Humanitarian Foundation. Dr. Kaplan also serves on the board of the foundation. His wife grew up in Southwest Germany. She holds the equivalent of an American M.A. in Secondary Education and taught at a German high school. She is a ceramics artist and taught German and pottery during their time in Wise.

Dr. Kaplan is the author of a book on American translations of the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, a number of scholarly essays, a book on Tim O’Brien’s

Deborah Chin, Associate Vice President Director of Athletics and Recreation

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Deborah Chin became the school’s fourth director of athletics in 1993, and currently oversees a department which sponsors 17 NCAA Division II varsity sports. She was elected to the prestigious position of Chair for the NCAA’s Division II Management Council for 2008. UNH Athletics has enjoyed a high level of success across the board during Chin’s tenure as Director of Athletics, advancing to NCAA tournament play 50 times in 14-plus years. UNH has recently made a number of capital improvements to athletic and recreational facilities, including the construction of the multi-million dollar David A. Beckerman Student Recreation Center, a $1.3 million synthetic turf renovation of Kayo Field (soccer and lacrosse), as well as installation of state-of-the-art blue and yellow synthetic turf at the new Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium. Chin spearheaded efforts to re-instate football as a varsity program and find UNH a new athletics conference that best fits the institution’s long-term academic and athletic aspirations. Both goals were accomplished when UNH announced on November 13, 2007 that it had been accepted as a full member of the prestigious Northeast-10 Conference, effective the 2008-09 academic year. The Charger football team will return to the gridiron for the 2009 season. A member of the University of New Haven staff since 1975, Chin began her UNH career as Coordinator of 38 Women’s Athletics. She was responsible for starting

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the women’s intercollegiate athletic program at UNH, coaching volleyball, tennis, basketball and softball in the early years. Chin eventually surrendered all head coaching responsibilities, except volleyball, when she was promoted to Associate Director of Athletics in 1979. Among her numerous honors, Chin was named the NACWAA NCAA Division II Administrator of the Year in 2009 after serving as the D-II Management Council Chair. In 2007, the Connecticut Sportswriters’ Alliance presented Chin with the Gold Key Award, the state’s top sporting honor which recognizes significant contributions to athletics in the State of Connecticut. Chin won the NACDA/Continental Airlines Athletic Director of the Year for the Northeast Region in 199899 and was awarded the NACWAA Josten’s District I Administrator of the Year Award in 1997. Chin won the National Association for Girls and Women in Sports Presidential Award in March 1997 and was the Connecticut Post Woman of the Year in 1993. Chin has also earned the U.S. Volleyball Association Meritorious Service Award and the YMCA Women in Leadership Award. As head women’s volleyball coach, Chin fashioned a Hall of Fame resume - literally - earning induction into the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Hall of Fame in December, 2006. Chin is also a member of the Connecticut Volleyball Hall of Fame (Inducted October, 1998), the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (April, 1999), and the Athletics Hall of Fame at her alma mater, SUNY-Cortland.

at that time only the fifth Division II coach to win 500 career matches. The Chargers made 10 trips to the NCAA tournament during Chin’s reign, reaching the top five four times. Her awards include six AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year distinctions as well as eight New England Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year honors. Chin coached the Chargers to twelve 30-win seasons, including six straight. She is also recognized internationally as a top volleyball clinician. As an administrator, Chin has served on over 30 national and regional committees. In addition to her most recent position as Chair of the Division II Management Council, her resume includes terms as chairperson for the NCAA Division II Volleyball Committee (1988-92), the NCAA Division II Baseball Committee (1997-2001), the NCAA Northeast Regional Football Committee (1999-2003), and the NACDA John McLendon Minority Scholarship Committee (1999-present). She served four years on the NACWAA Board of Directors (1993-96), and acted as the Volleyball Commissioner for the 1995 Special Olympics World Games held in New Haven. A graduate of SUNY-Cortland with a Bachelor’s of science in physical education, Chin earned her Master’s of science degree in physical education from UNCGreensboro.

In a 19-year career (1975-93) as head coach for the Chargers, she posted a 578-179 record (.764) and was

1976 NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP • 1977 FINAL FOUR • 1984 FINAL FOUR


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CHARGER ATHLETIC CLUB

The Charger Athletics Club serves as a vital force in helping the University of New Haven Department of athletics continue its strong athletics tradition. The success of the athletic programs enhances the university’s reputation at both the regional and national levels.

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Membership in the Charger Athletics Club is open to alumni, parents of student-athletes, faculty & staff, students and friends of athletics. The funds raised by the Charger Athletics Club help fund capital projects, which benefit all of the Charger athletic teams and help to enhance the game-day experiences of loyal fans, faculty, staff and the local community who support UNH student-athletes.

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All gifts to the Charger Athletics Club by alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends will be counted in the university’s Annual Fund. By making an annual fund gift through the Charger Athletics Club donors are emphasizing the importance of athletics to the University community and helping student-athletes succeed on and off the field. Annual membership runs from July 1 through June 30 and is open to all for a minimum donation of $50.

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MEMBERSHIP LEVELS All-American Club: $1,000 + Director’s Club: $500-$999 Coaches’ Club: $250-$499 Captain’s Club: $100-$249 Varsity Club: $50-$99

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The UNH equipment room was renovated prior to the fall of 2008, the UNH Department of Athletics equipment room received these state-of-the-art sliding storage systems. The storage system allows for additional storage, while maintaining the same square footage. This project helped improve to athletic experience for every UNH athletic team.

YOUR DONATION MADE IT POSSIBLE Generous donations to the Charger Athletics Club help make capital improvements like these come to life. You can help keep the Chargers at the forefront of NCAA Division II and the Northeast-10 Conference, and help attract the best student-athletes to represent UNH with class and dignity. To join, visit www.NewHavenChargers.com and click on Charger Athletics Club!

Membership Levels All-American Club: $1,000+ Director’s Club: $500-$999 Coaches’ Club: $250-$499 Captain’s Club: $100-$249 Varsity Club: $50-$99

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Carroll Communications, LLC JL Sports Cerrato Family Joe Machnik’s No. 1 Soccer Charm’s Security Hardware, Inc. Camps Christy’s Pub, New Haven John Altermatt Citco Jonathan B. Armus CPA, PC Joseph Sporkin City Stitchers K. Morgan Associates Classic Upholstery Inc. Krajcir Landscaping Columbus Auto Body Kramer Printing Company Comprehensive Orthopaedics & Leaden Associates, Inc Musculoskeletal Care Lenders & Fleet Services, Inc. Corso Fruit and Vegetable Liberty Mutual Market Liuzzi Cheese Creem Family M & S Lawn Care CT Presort, LLC Director’s Club Level Mar-Len Printing & Mailing Dee-Zee Ice, Inc. Bollinger, Inc. Marshall & Sterling, Inc. DeSumma & Wexler Fine Courtyard Marriott Orange McKee Investments and ConJewelry Christopher Ruskay tracting Dragicevich Family John Coury Med-Aid LLC/Townsend Duffy’s Follett Higher Education Group M H Chodos Insurance Eagle Leasing FujiFilm - SeeHere.com Microboard Processing, Inc. Eastern Enterprises Healey Properties, LLC Mike Forte Ed Pepe - Class of ‘71 John Raba Mizzy Construction Edge Technology Svcs, Inc. LawnMaster ML McLaughlin Elements Fine Catering Nicholas Rossomando MemoMontesi Volkswagen Elite Investigations LTD rial Narragansett Creamery Emmett’s Auto Service Scholarship Fund New Haven Gridiron Club Enviromental Engineering Inc. Security Technologies Inc. New Haven Women’s Soccer Eric and Celia Wood Northeast Builders Supply Sheila Krajcir Experience In Design Sonia Haubner On Deck Sports Federico & Sette, P.C. Peter Pan Terrance McIntosh Fireside The George Ellis Co. Pitney Bowes Five Guys Burgers & Fries Primo Plumbing and Heating Ford & Ulrich-Stan Ignatowski Captain’s Club Level Quest Builders Group, Inc. Game Time Sports Real Estate Two, Inc. Advantage Maintenance, Inc. George Waldron- Basketball Affordable Bus Charters Robert Deobil Alum Roberto Taylor Agency Alinabal, Inc. Gerald Ignatowski American Executive Limo Rocky’s Aqua on the Water Giant Glass Sasaki Associates, Inc. Apicella Adjusters Group Insurance Associates Arrow Bus Schimenti Construction HA Latham Movers Seacrest Nursing & Retirement Aqua Harty Press Autism Awareness, AutismSoci- Healthdrive Medical and Dental Services Skip Falcone, Attorney at Law ety.com Practices Bill Fisher General Contractor Slick Master Productions Honeywell Fire Systems SoccerTikes Blanchette Sporting Goods, Inc. Ian Leffler BlumShapiro Souley Mane Kaba ITS Integrated Technical SysSpringBrook Deli Bridgeport Lumber tems, Inc. 40 Candido Electric Stanley Ignatowski Jay Young

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Greek Olive Henry C. Lee College Holiday Inn North Haven Indian Neck Liquor Store J. Roos Jodie Rossi Kathleen Smith La Cuisine Louie’s Michaelangelo’s Mike McKee Moe’s Southwest Grill New England Beverage New England Revolution Nick Sakiewicz Orange Hills Country Club On-the-Border Paul Gagliardi Playwright Renee Hourigan Reno’s Pizza Ron DiGravio Rustic Oak Savin Rock Bar & Grill Side Street Grill Soho Hair Group & Day Spa Stacey Lisborg Subway Sugarbush Resort Taft Hair Texas Roadhouse The Sandwich Man The Tradition Golf Club at Windsor Theshia Nieves Tim Stanton Tolli’s Pizza Tony Sparano Tre Scalini Under Armour Wallingford Country Club Wasabi Willoughby’s Coffee House

1976 NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP • 1977 FINAL FOUR • 1984 FINAL FOUR


CHARGER ATHLETICS POSTSEASON SUCCESS Men’s Cross Country NCAA National Qualifiers: 1979, 2001 Women’s Cross Country NCAA National Qualifier: 2004 Baseball NCAA World Series: 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1995, 1998; NCAA Regionals: 1972, 1973, 1976, 1981, 1983, 1989, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2010; NAIA World Series: 1966, 1970; NAIA Regionals: 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970 Men’s Basketball NCAA Regionals: 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2003, 2004; NAIA: 1966, 1968, 1969 Women’s Basketball NCAA National Champions: 1987 NCAA Elite 8: 1988; NCAA Regionals: 1986, 1989, 2003, 2006, 2007 Football NCAA Runner-up: 1997; NCAA Semifinals: 1992; NCAA Regionals: 1993, 1995 Men’s Golf NCAA 7th place: 1970; NCAA Regionals: 2004, 2005; NCAA Nationals: 2004; NCAA Regionals (Individual): 2006, 2007 Men’s Lacrosse NCAA Regionals: 1977, 1978 Women’s Lacrosse NCAA Regionals: 2009 Men’s Track & Field NCAA National Qualifiers: 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009 Women’s Track & Field NCAA National Qualifiers: 2009, 2010 Men’s Soccer NCAA Runner-up: 1976; NCAA Semifinals: 1977, 1984; NCAA Regionals: 1972, 1975, 1978, 1981, 1983; NAIA: 1970 Women’s Soccer NCAA Regionals: 2005, 2006 Softball NCAA Regionals: 1995, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010 Women’s Volleyball NCAA Elite 8: 1984, 1985, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2008; NCAA Regionals: 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2010; EAIAW: 1978, 1981

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the department of intercollegiate athletics is to support the mission of the university and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student-athlete is paramount. The department will provide growth opportunities to achieve in a nationally competitive intercollegiate program that attracts, nurtures and graduates student-athletes who under the guidance of a quality staff, represent the University of New Haven with character and integrity while achieving academic excellence, serving the community and pursuing excellence in their respective sports. DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS PHILOSOPHY Higher education has lasting importance on an individual’s future success. For this reason, the emphasis for the student-athlete experience at the University of New Haven is a comprehensive program of learning and development in a personal setting. As an NCAA Division II program, our approach provides growth opportunities through academic achievement, learning in high-level athletic competition and development of positive societal attitudes in service to community. The balance and integration of these different areas of learning opportunity provide our student-athletes a path to graduation while cultivating a variety of skills and knowledge for life ahead. The University of New Haven seeks to provide the world with leaders who can make a positive difference in a global society. Studentathletes are afforded unique opportunities for leadership because of the visibility provided through athletics competition. UNH’s intercollegiate program provides opportunities for its student-athletes to develop moral virtues, such as courage, self-confidence, and integrity and to learn communication and teamwork skills associated with outstanding leadership. Thus the Department of Athletics helps the University satisfy its primary aspiration, which is to prepare students to lead purposeful and fulfilling lives in a global society through experiential, collaborative, and discovery-based learning. The Department of Athletics is committed to delivering intercollegiate athletics programs that are consistent with the University’s mission and generates the trust and support of its various constituencies. The goal of the department is to field sports teams that compete successfully against other NCAA Division II teams while upholding the academic standards of the University of New Haven. The department is also committed to conducting its programs in strict adherence to the policies, rules and regulations set by the University’s administration, Board of Governors, the NCAA and the Northeast-10 Conference. Through its programs, the department gives its student-athletes of different genders, races, religions, national origins and sexual orientation opportunities to participate in intercollegiate competition. The intercollegiate program will function free of discrimination with a University commitment to the adherence to Title IX and the Office of Civil Rights guidelines. A major goal of the Department of Athletics is to help student-athletes realize the full potential of their athletic abilities while also increasing their intellectual capabilities and providing them a meaningful opportunity to earn a baccalaureate degree. The department will not compromise its commitment to educate and graduate its student-athletes. Department of Athletics personnel are expected to represent the University in a manner consistent with UNH’s principles and values. All personnel are expected to perform their responsibilities with the highest standards of integrity, ethical behavior and sportsmanship at all times. Coaches and staff are expected to treat student-athletes fairly and with respect and to facilitate leadership that helps them mature physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS HIGHLIGHTS • The UNH women’s volleyball team has reached the NCAA Sweet 16 seventeen times since 1983, and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight 11 times, including an Elite Eight appearance in 2008. • Baseball has consistently been ranked as one of the winningest Division II programs in NCAA history. Baseball Coach Emeritus Frank “Porky” Vieira retired after the 2006 season as Division II’s all-time winningest coach by percentage, and logged 1,127 career victories. The team has appeared in 17 College World Series and made 32 Regional appearances. Baseball has also produced nine major league players, including former Cy Young winner Steve Bedrosian of the Philadelphia Phillies. • Women’s Basketball won the NCAA Division II National Championship in 1987. • The football program appeared in four NCAA championship playoffs, earning runner-up status in 1997. That title-game appearance made UNH the only football team in the State of Connecticut to ever compete for a national title and the smallest school (in terms of enrollment) to compete for an NCAA Championship. • Tailback Roger Graham won the 1993 Harlon Hill Trophy as the top Division II Football Player in the nation. • Men’s Soccer reached the NCAA finals in 1976 and finished third in 1977.


2010 Men's Soccer Media Guide  

2010 Men's Soccer Media Guide

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