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DONS SOCCER

2010 SOCCER ALMANAC USF MEN’S SOCCER W E S T C OA S T C O N F E R E N C E T I T L E S 2008, 2005, 2004, 1994, 1993, 1991, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1983, 1982, 1981

NCAA CHAMPIONS: 1966, 1975, 1976 & 1980 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: 36

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES: 31 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS: 42


DONS SOCCER LEGACY WHERE TRADITION GOT ITS DEFINITION One of the truly legendary programs in NCAA men’s soccer, the University of San Francisco has compiled an outstanding resume of success throughout its long, distinguished history.

The 1980 USF Dons Capture Their Fourth NCAA Championship

753 540 139 49 44 42 36 31 16 11 10 9 7 6 4

All-Time Wins in USF Program History Career Victories for Soccer Legend Steve Negoesco Goals Scored by 1979 Squad (All-time NCAA Record)

Under the direction of two NSCAA Hall of Fame Coaches – Gus Donoghue and Steve Negoesco – the Dons captured national championships in four consecutive decades beginning in 1950 and truly dominated the 1970s winning four NCAA titles to go along with a runner-up finish in a six-year span.

Representing a global university, USF soccer has fielded student-athletes from six continents representing more than 60 countries since 1970. With four NCAA Tournament appearances and three WCC titles in the last six seasons, Dons soccer looks poised to continue the championship legacy on the Hilltop.

USF All-American Honors NCAA Tournament Triumphs Consecutive Winning Seasons for the Dons Conference Championships NCAA Tournament Berths (4th in NCAA History) NCAA West Region Titles Consecutive NCAA Tournament Wins (1975-1977) First Team All-American Honorees NCAA Final Four Berths Seasons Without a Loss (1952-1958: 61-0-9) Consecutive NCAA West Region Titles (1975-1980) NCAA National Championships won by the Dons (1966, 1975, 1976, 1980)

DON OF A NEW ERA

Clockwise from the top: 1966 NCAA Tournament Most Offensive Player Sandor Hites. Two-time All-American Erik Nielsen. Three-time All-American Andy Atuegbu helped guide USF to two NCAA Titles.

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2010 QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

School Name .... University of San Francisco Location ........................... 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080 Religious Affiliation ....... Roman Catholic (Jesuit) Year Founded ......................................... 1855 Enrollment ............................................. 8,000 Conference ...............West Coast Conference National Affiliation ..............NCAA Division I Nickname ................................................Dons Colors ...Green (PMS 3435) & Gold (PMS 123) Field ....................................Negoesco Stadium Stadium Capacity ................................ 3,000 Surface .............................................. FieldTurf President ............... Fr. Stephen J. Privett, S.J. VP, University Finance...................Charlie Cross Athletic Director .............. Debra Gore-Mann

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION (ALL 415)

Michael Bell .......................... 422-2925 Academic Support ......mjbell@dons.usfca.edu Julie Congi ............................ 422-2875 Athletic Development .......... congi@usfca.edu Lenli Corbett .......................... 422-4561 Compliance Director/SWA.... lcorbett@usfca.edu Christina Cribbs .................... 422-2932 Assistant AD - Internal . clcribbs@usfca.edu Eric Dumbleton ...................... 422-6006 Associate AD - External ..... edumbleton@usfca.edu Rachel Engrissei ................... 422-6816 Assistant Media Relations Dir. ....raengrissei@usfca.edu Lorraine Gan ......................... 422-2924 Facilities/Operations Director ...lsgan@usfca.edu Brenda Giarratano ................. 422-5305 Dir. of Academic Services ... bgiarratano@usfca.edu Debra Gore-Mann ................... 422-2923 Director of Athletics............. dgoremann@usfca.edu Samantha Hartwell ............... 422-6623 Business Manager..........shartwell@usfca.edu Stacy Hicklin ......................... 422-6161 Assistant Media Relations Dir. ................ tba@usfca.edu Dr. Jeremy Howell ......................... 422-6875 Faculty Representative .......... howell@usfca.edu Kyle Janzen ........................... 422-2873 Ticket Manager ........... kljanzen@usfca.edu Ryan McCrary......................... 422-6162 Assistant AD - Media (MSOC) .....mccrary@usfca.edu Jeff Menard ............................ 422-5332 Assistant AD - Marketing......... jamenard@usfca.edu Dawn Mitchell ........................ 422-2160 Athletic Development Dir.. ..........dkmitchell@usfca.edu Evan Nielsen .......................... 422-2055 Strength Coach ........... enielsen@usfca.edu Ron Shinault, ATC ................. 422-5306 Head Athletic Trainer ... rshinault@usfca.edu Caitlin Scholz ........................ 422-6893 Program Assistant ..........cescholz@usfca.edu Edgar Tabila .......................... 422-2725 Athletic Trainer .................... evtabila@usfca.edu

OTHER KEY PHONE NUMBERS

Athletics Department ....... (415) 422-6891 Athletics Website ............ www.usfdons.com Athletics Fax ....................... (415) 422-2510 Athletics Ticket Office ..... (415) 422-2USF Athletics Media Relations Office/Fax .... (415) 422-6162/6161 / (415) 422-2929 West Coast Conference Office...(650) 873-8622 USF Main Switchboard ...... (415) 422-6886

USF MEN’S SOCCER DIRECTORY

Erik Visser .................................. Head Coach 10th Year (33rd at USF) ............(USF, 1982) 422-2909......................... visser@usfca.edu Josh McKay ............. Associate Head Coach 8th Year ....................................(USF, 1995) 422-2907.......................jjmckay@usfca.edu Dan Chamberlain Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach 1st Year .................. (UC Santa Cruz, 2003) 422-2909...........dwchamberlain@usfca.edu Tyler Gottschalk ................ Assistant Coach 7th Year ............................... (Linfield, 2001) 422-2909.............. cantona001@yahoo.com Ron Shinault................. Men’s Soccer Trainer 422-5306..................... rshinault@usfca.edu Dr. Ken Akizuki ..................Team Orthopedist Dr. William Montgomery .....Team Orthopedist

USF MEN’S SOCCER QUICK FACTS

Visser’s Coaching Record at USF 86-75-11, Nine Years Visser’s Overall Coaching Record 86-75-11, Nine Years 2009 Overall Record..........................7-10-2 2009 WCC Record ....................... 4-7-1 (6th) NCAA Championships (last).........5 (1980) NCAA Appearances ................................. 31 Last NCAA Appearance ..................... 2008 Letter-winners Returning/Lost........ 16/10 Starters Returning/Lost ........................ 8/3 Newcomers ................................................ 15 Men’s Soccer SID .................. Ryan McCrary (415) 422-6162 ............ mccrary@usfca.edu

WEB ADDRESSES

University of San Francisco .... www.usfca.edu USF Athletics................. www.USFDons.com West Coast Conference ...... www.WCCSports.com NCAA ........................... www.NCAASports.com

USF DONS SOCCER TEAM FACTS

TOP RETURNERS Brandon Burke, 6-2, 175, Sr., F 2009 WCC Second Team 2 Goals, 7 Assists, 11 Points Victor Cortez, 5-8, 160, Sr., D/M 1 Goals, 0 Assists, 2 Points 2009 WCC Honorable Mention Oscar Englund, 6-2, 175, So., F 2 Goals, 1 Assists, 5 Points Brendan Roslund, 6-6, 220, So., GK 6-7-0; 1.41 GAA, 60 saves 2009 WCC All-Freshman Team Justin Warren, 6-3, 175, Sr., D/M 2 Goals, 2 Assists, 6 Points

TOP NEWCOMERS Vergard Karlsen, 6-2, 180, Fr. M Bergen, Norway Karl Kraft, 5-9, 164, Fr., M Kragero, Norway/Toppidrettgymnaset Fred Loechen, 6-8, 215, Fr., D Siljan, Norway/Toppidrettgymnaset Kevin Orozco, 6-0, 205, Jr., D La Crescenta, CA/Campbell Univ. Andrew Swope, 6-3, 205, Fr., GK Portland, OR/Jesuit HS KEY LOSSES Conor Chinn, 6-0, 175, Sr., F 10 Goals, 3 Assists, 23 Points 2009 WCC First Team; 2009 All-West Region Second Team Omar Elmasri, 6-1, 180, Jr., D 0 Goals, 0 Assists, 0 Points Jonathan Levi, 6-2, 180, Sr., M 3 Goals, 5 Assists, 11 Points 2009 WCC Second Team Leon Williams, 5-11, 170, Sr. M 0 Goals, 1 Assists, 1 Points

2010 USF MEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE DATE 21 28

DAY SAT. SAT.

(AS OF 8/2/10)

OPPONENT LOCATION CAL POLY NEGOESCO STADIUM NEGOESCO SCRIMMAGE NEGOESCO STADIUM

SEPTEMBER 3 FRI. 5 Sun. 11 SAT. 16 19 24 26 OCTOBER 1 3 6 8 15 17 22 29 31

TIME 2:00 PM 11:00 AM

NORTHWESTERN NEGOESCO STADIUM Cal State Fullerton Moraga, CA CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD NEGOESCO STADIUM BAY AREA SOCCER CLASSIC THURS. STANFORD NEGOESCO STADIUM Sun. California Berkeley, CA FRI. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE NEGOESCO STADIUM Sun. San Jose State San Jose, CA

7:00 PM 3:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM

FRI. SUN. WED. Fri. Fri. Sun. FRI. FRI. SUN.

NOVEMBER 3 Wed. 12 Fri. 14 Sun.

8:00 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* SAN DIEGO* SAINT MARY’S* Santa Clara* Gonzaga* Portland* SANTA CLARA* PORTLAND* GONZAGA*

NEGOESCO STADIUM NEGOESCO STADIUM NEGOESCO STADIUM Santa Clara, CA Spokane, WA Portland, OR NEGOESCO STADIUM NEGOESCO STADIUM NEGOESCO STADIUM

7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 2:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM

Saint Mary’s* San Diego* Loyola Marymount*

Moraga, CA San Diego, CA Los Angeles, CA

3:00 PM 7:00 PM Noon

* West Coast Conference Match; HOME MATCHES IN BOLD CAPS; All Times Pacific (PT)

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2010 ROSTER No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name Brendan Roslund Kevin Orozco Fred Loechen Vergard Karlsen Victor Cortez Karl Kraft Oscar Englund Felipe Cabrera Felix Luna Mauricio Diaz De Leon Justin Warren Bryan Burke Samir Najmeh Jeff Penna Tommy Balistreri Benkay Kajihara Patrick DeYoung Rafai Eddy Vinny Caloiaro Kelly Lazzara Michael Holbura Charlie Brennan Brian McEvoy Tanner Smith Jonah Williams Matthew Reda David Yount Morgan Barnes Jojo Vitale Connor Cahill Max Duran Alex Fowler Carson Hedrick Alexander Mausolff Daniel O’Leary Kevin Porter Andrew Swope Jacob Talarman Gerardo Vera

Pos. G D D M D/M M F F M/F M D F D F D D D F M F D D D F M M F D G D D F G D F D G M M/F

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

Wt. 205 160 215 180 145 164 170 145 156 155 175 175 170 175 160 170 170 155 170 165 195 155 170 190 165 150 160 160 180 180 185 175 180 170 160 160 205 160 141

Yr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Exp. 1V TR HS HS 3V HS 1V 2V TR HS 3V 3V 1V 3V HS HS HS 3V 1V 1V HS 1V 1V HS HS HS HS HS RS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS

Hometown/Previous School Denver, CO/Denver Christian HS La Crescenta Valley, CA/Campbell Univ. Siljan, Norway/Toppidrettgymnaset Bergen, Norway/Toppidrettgymnaset El Sobrante, CA/Miramonte HS Kragero, Norway/Toppidrettsgymnaset Enskede, Sweden/Frans Schartau Union City, CA/James Logan HS Antioch, CA/Las Positas College San Diego, CA/San Diego HS Seagoville, TX/Townview HS Corona del Mar, CA/Corona del Mar, HS San Jose, CA/Bellarmine College Prep Danville, CA/Monte Vista HS Castro Valley, CA/Bishop O’Dowd HS Santa Cruz, CA/Soquel HS Portland, OR/Cleveland HS Tokyo, Japan/American School in Japan San Jose, CA/Archbishop Mitty HS Walnut Creek, CA/College Park HS Paradise Valley, AZ/Chaparral HS Salt Lake City, UT/Judge Memorial HS San Francisco, CA/Sacred Heart Cathedral Anchorage, AK/South Anchorage HS San Francisco, CA/Urban HS St. Louis, MO/St. Louis University HS Mercer Island, WA/Mercer Island HS Bakersfield, CA/Bakersfield HS Las Vegas, NV/Bishop Gorman HS The Woodlands, TX/The Woodlands HS Chino Hills, CA/Ayala HS Oahu, HI/Roosevelt HS Costa Mesa, CA/Newport Harbor HS Sacramento, CA/Bella Vista HS San Francisco, CA/St. Ignatius Prep Escondido, CA/San Pasqual HS Portland, OR/Jesuit HS Concord, CA/De La Salle HS Salinas, CA/Alisal HS

HEAD COACH: Erik Visser, 10th Year, 33rd at USF (USF, 1982) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Josh McKay, 8th Year (USF, 1995) ASSISTANT COACH/GOALKEEPER COACH: Dan Chamberlain, 1st Year (UC Santa Cruz, 2003) ASSISTANT COACH: Tyler Gottschalk, 7th Year (Linfield, 2001) Roster current as of 8/20/10

BY STATE: Alaska - 1 Arizona - 1 California - 22 Colorado - 1 Hawaii - 1 Missouri - 1 Nevada - 1 Oregon - 2 Texas - 2

ROSTER BREAKDOWN Utah - 1 BY POSITION: Washington - 1 Forwards - 10 Midfielders - 9 BY COUNTRY: Defenders - 16 Colombia - 1 Goalkeepers - 4 Japan - 1 BY CLASS: Norway - 3 Seniors - 8 Sweden - 1 Juniors - 5 United States - 34 Sophomores - 5 Freshmen - 17

DON OF A NEW ERA

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Players Vinny CALOIARO RAFAI Eddy Fred LOECHEN SAMIR NAJMEH Jeff PENNA

Cuh-lair-ee-oh raf - eye Low-Ken suh - meer nahj - muh penn - ah

Coaching Staff Erik VISSER

viss - sir

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2009 STATS The Automated ScoreBook Univ. San Francisco Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 08, 2010) All games Overall: 7-10-2 Conf: 4-7-1 Home: 5-4-2 Away: 2-6-0 Neut: 0-0-0 ## 11 10 13 12 8 2 6 19 3 7 17 9 20 15 23 5 31 30 28 22 21 16 4

Player

gp-gs

g

a

CHINN, Conor LEVI, Jonathan BURKE, Bryan WARREN, Justin ENGLUND, Oscar KENDRO, Justin CORTEZ, Victor EDDY, Rafai WENNBERG, Victor WILLIAMS, Leon NOWAK, Adam CABRERA, Felipe CALOIARO, Vinny PENNA, Jeff BRENNAN, Charlie DAGAN, Kyle BOYD, Bryce ROSLUND, Brendan JARRETT, Hunter GOLDSMITH, Gabe LAZZARA, Kelly O'DONNELL, Daniel ELMASRI, Omar Total Opponents

19-18 17-15 16-14 19-13 19-14 11-3 18-17 19-16 19-19 14-11 12-5 9-1 16-3 4-0 2-2 18-16 1-0 15-13 1-0 2-0 2-1 11-6 17-16 19 19

10 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 28

3 5 7 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 20

## 1 30 31

Goalie

gp-gs

CAROTENUTO, Franco ROSLUND, Brendan BOYD, Bryce Total Opponents

6-6 15-11 1-0 19 19

pts

sh

23 76 11 34 11 15 6 20 5 20 2 10 2 7 2 8 1 14 1 9 1 3 0 10 0 7 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 65 239 76 226

Goal Average min ga

489:50 1274:48 23:35 1788:13 1788:13

6 20 2 28 21

sog

sog%

yc

.132 39 .088 13 .133 7 .100 8 .100 7 .100 5 .143 3 .000 3 .000 4 .000 2 .000 2 .000 3 .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .088 100 .124 105

sh%

.513 .382 .467 .400 .350 .500 .429 .375 .286 .222 .667 .300 .286 .250 .000

3 1 2 2 1 1 4 1 4 4 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 30 33

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .418 .465

gaavg

Saves saves

1.10 1.41 7.63 1.41 1.06

15 60 1 76 79

rc gwg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4

3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 10

pct

w

.714 .750 .333 .731 .790

1 6 0 7 9

pk-att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 Record l

2 7 0 9 7

t

sho

2 0 0 2 2

0 3 0 3 7

Team saves: 0 Goals by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

Shots by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

Saves by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

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9 10

11 15

99 133 101 113 1st 2nd

36 26

33 51

OT OT2

0 3

1 0

OT OT2

2 7

5 5

OT OT2

3 2

4 0

Total 21 28

Corners by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

Total 239 226

Fouls by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

Total 76 79

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

1st 2nd

36 43

39 40

1st 2nd

133 106 99 112

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OT OT2

2 3

1 3

OT OT2

1 1

4 4

USF 7111 11/646 0/0

Total 78 89 Total 244 216 Opponent 5917 8/740


2009 WCC STATS The Automated ScoreBook Univ. San Francisco Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 13, 2010) Conference games Overall: 4-7-1 Conf: 4-7-1 Home: 3-2-1 Away: 1-5-0 Neut: 0-0-0 ## 11 10 13 12 8 2 6 19 3 7 20 17 23 31 30 28 21 16 9 5 4

Player

gp-gs

g

a

CHINN, Conor LEVI, Jonathan BURKE, Bryan WARREN, Justin ENGLUND, Oscar KENDRO, Justin CORTEZ, Victor EDDY, Rafai WENNBERG, Victor WILLIAMS, Leon CALOIARO, Vinny NOWAK, Adam BRENNAN, Charlie BOYD, Bryce ROSLUND, Brendan JARRETT, Hunter LAZZARA, Kelly O'DONNELL, Daniel CABRERA, Felipe DAGAN, Kyle ELMASRI, Omar Total Opponents

12-11 12-10 12-10 12-8 12-7 11-3 11-10 12-9 12-12 11-8 12-1 5-2 2-2 1-0 10-9 1-0 2-1 7-4 3-1 11-10 11-11 12 12

6 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 19

2 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 16

## 1 30 31

Goalie

gp-gs

CAROTENUTO, Franco ROSLUND, Brendan BOYD, Bryce Total Opponents

3-3 10-8 1-0 12 12

pts

sh

sh%

sog

sog%

yc

14 50 5 19 5 7 3 15 3 13 2 10 2 7 2 8 1 9 0 9 0 6 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 156 54 147

.120 .053 .143 .067 .077 .100 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .077 .129

25 5 5 6 5 5 3 3 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 65 72

.500 .263 .714 .400 .385 .500 .429 .375 .333 .222 .167

1 0 1 1 0 1 3 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 17 21

Goal Average min ga

245:00 841:22 23:35 1109:57 1109:57

3 14 2 19 12

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .417 .490

gaavg

Saves saves

1.10 1.50 7.63 1.54 0.97

11 41 1 53 53

rc gwg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7

pct

w

.786 .745 .333 .736 .815

0 4 0 4 6

pk-att

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Record l

1 5 0 6 4

t

sho

1 0 0 1 1

0 2 0 2 5

Team saves: 0 Goals by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

Shots by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

Saves by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

5 5

64 65

25 17

7 12

90 75

24 36

OT OT2

0 2

0 0

OT OT2

0 5

2 2

OT OT2

3 0

1 0

Total 12 19

Corners by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

Total 156 147

Fouls by Period Univ. San Francisco Opponents

1st 2nd

Total 53 53

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

DON OF A NEW ERA

29 28

88 61

23 29

69 77

Total 55 60

OT OT2

2 1

1 2

Total 159 139

OT OT2

0 1

2 0 USF 2883 6/480 0/0

Opponent 3143 6/524

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2009 LEADERS ##

Points

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots

GP

G

A

Shots

Shot%

11 10 13 12 8 2 6 19 3 7

CHINN, Conor LEVI, Jonathan BURKE, Bryan WARREN, Justin ENGLUND, Oscar KENDRO, Justin CORTEZ, Victor EDDY, Rafai WENNBERG, Victor WILLIAMS, Leon

19 17 16 19 19 11 18 19 19 14

10 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0

3 5 7 2 1 0 0 2 1 1

23 11 11 6 5 2 2 2 1 1

76 34 15 20 20 10 7 8 14 9

11 10 12 8 13 3 2 9 7 19

CHINN, Conor LEVI, Jonathan WARREN, Justin ENGLUND, Oscar BURKE, Bryan WENNBERG, Victor KENDRO, Justin CABRERA, Felipe WILLIAMS, Leon EDDY, Rafai

19 17 19 19 16 19 11 9 14 19

10 3 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0

3 5 2 1 7 1 0 0 1 2

76 34 20 20 15 14 10 10 9 8

. 132 . 088 . 100 . 100 . 133 . 000 . 100 . 000 . 000 . 000

##

Goals

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots on Goal

GP

G

A

Shots

SOG

SOG%

11 10 8 13 12 2 6

CHINN, Conor LEVI, Jonathan ENGLUND, Oscar BURKE, Bryan WARREN, Justin KENDRO, Justin CORTEZ, Victor

19 17 19 16 19 11 18

10 3 2 2 2 1 1

3 5 1 7 2 0 0

23 11 5 11 6 2 2

76 34 20 15 20 10 7

##

Assists

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

13 10 11 19 12 7 17 3 8

BURKE, Bryan LEVI, Jonathan CHINN, Conor EDDY, Rafai WARREN, Justin WILLIAMS, Leon NOWAK, Adam WENNBERG, Victor ENGLUND, Oscar

16 17 19 19 19 14 12 19 19

2 3 10 0 2 0 0 0 2

7 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

11 11 23 2 6 1 1 1 5

15 34 76 8 20 9 3 14 20

11 10 12 8 13 2 3 9 19 6

CHINN, Conor LEVI, Jonathan WARREN, Justin ENGLUND, Oscar BURKE, Bryan KENDRO, Justin WENNBERG, Victor CABRERA, Felipe EDDY, Rafai CORTEZ, Victor

19 17 19 19 16 11 19 9 19 18

10 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 1

3 5 2 1 7 0 1 0 2 0

76 34 20 20 15 10 14 10 8 7

39 13 8 7 7 5 4 3 3 3

. 513 . 382 . 400 . 350 . 467 . 500 . 286 . 300 . 375 . 429

##

Game-winning Goals

GP

No.

11 13 8 12 10

CHINN, Conor BURKE, Bryan ENGLUND, Oscar WARREN, Justin LEVI, Jonathan

19 16 19 19 17

3 1 1 1 1

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2009 RESULTS Date Sep 01

Opponent UMKC

Sep 05 Sep 11 Sep 17 Sep 20 Sep 25

at #37 New Mexico SACRAMENTO STATE #7 CAL at Stanford SAN JOSE STATE

W

Sep 27 Oct 02

#25 BROWN at Loyola Marymount

TO2

* * *

Oct 04 Oct 09

at San Diego Toreros SANTA CLARA

* * * * *

Oct 11 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 30 Nov 01

at Saint Mary's (CA) #22 PORTLAND GONZAGA #19 SAN DIEGO TOREROS LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

* * *

Nov 06 Nov 08 Nov 13

at Santa Clara SAINT MARY'S (CA) at Gonzaga

*

Nov 15

at Portland

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 7-10-2 4-7-1 5-4-2 2-6 0-0 1-3-2

Score 4-1

Overall 1-0-0

Conf 0-0-0

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

1-1 2-3

3-3-1 3-4-1

0-0-0 0-1-0

0-1 2-0

3-5-1 4-5-1

0-2-0 1-2-0

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

4-6-1 5-6-1 5-7-1 5-8-1 6-8-1

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

W

0-1 1-1 2-1

6-9-1 6-9-2 7-9-2

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

L

0-5

7-10-2

4-7-1

W

L L LOT WO2

LOT

L W

LOT W L L W

L TO2

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 19 11 8 0

Total 13028 7111 5917 0

Avg. 686 646 740 0

2009 USF DONS GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent UMKC New Mexico SACRAMENTO STATE NO. 7 CALIFORNIA Stanford SAN JOSE STATE NO. 25 BROWN Loyola Marymount* San Diego* SANTA CLARA* Saint Mary’s* NO. 22 PORTLAND* GONZAGA* NO. 19 SAN DIEGO* LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* Santa Clara* (FSC) SAINT MARY’S* Gonzaga* Portland*

Result Shots W 4-1 13/6 W 1-0 9/17 L 1-2 16/6 L 0-3 12/17 L 0-1 ot 11/13 W 2-1o2 10/13 T 1-1 12/8 L 2-3 11/23 L 0-1 1/14 W 2-0 14/5 L 0-1 ot 6/10 W 1-0 14/9 L 0-2 15/10 L 1-3 16/19 W 3-0 22/10 L 0-1 12/9 T 1-1o2 16-10 W 2-1 16/12 L 0-5 13/16

SOG 6/2 5/2 6/2 3/9 3/5 5/7 7/6 4/12 0/4 7/2 1/5 4/3 6/6 7/10 17/6 3/3 6/6 8/5 3/9

Format: USF total/Opponent

* WCC match

$NCAA Tournament

DON OF A NEW ERA

Saves 2/1 2/4 0/5 5/3 4/3 6/3 5/6 9/2 3/0 2/5 1/4 4/2 4/6 7/6 5/14 2/3 5/5 4/6 4/3

Att. Goals scored 750 BURKE, Bryan (LEVI, Jonathan) ENGLUND, Oscar (LEVI, Jonathan;CHINN, Conor) CHINN, Conor (BURKE, Bryan) LEVI, Jonathan (BURKE, Bryan;WILLIAMS, Leon) 2005 CHINN, Conor (BURKE, Bryan) 956 LEVI, Jonathan (BURKE, Bryan) 1238 769 857 CHINN, Conor (WARREN, Justin) WARREN, Justin (NOWAK, Adam) 427 CHINN, Conor (unassisted) 345 CHINN, Conor (EDDY, Rafai) KENDRO, Justin (WENNBERG, Victor) 239 716 BURKE, Bryan (LEVI, Jonathan) WARREN, Justin (CHINN, Conor;LEVI, Jonathan) 275 679 LEVI, Jonathan (BURKE, Bryan) 374 316 CORTEZ, Victor (CHINN, Conor;LEVI, Jonathan) 367 CHINN, Conor (BURKE, Bryan;WARREN, Justin) CHINN, Conor (unassisted) CHINN, Conor (BURKE, Bryan) 860 431 CHINN, Conor (EDDY, Rafai) 208 ENGLUND, Oscar (unassisted) CHINN, Conor (ENGLUND, Oscar) 1216 -

CK 1/3 1/5 7/1 5/6 2/4 5/1 2/9 3/10 2/3 8/4 2/7 4/6 2/1 4/3 7/6 3/6 9/7 8/0 3/7

Fouls 8/18 8/6 23/21 7/3 16/15 12/9 13/3 14/16 12/18 21/8 13/13 15/12 15/10 9/11 20/15 3/7 11/9 13/9 13/11

USF Goals (assists) Burke (Levi); Englund (Levi, Chinn); Chinn (Burke); Levi (Burke, Williams) Chinn (Burke) Levi (Burke) ----Chinn (Warren); Warren (Nowak) Chinn (ua) Chinn (Eddy), Kendro (Wennberg) --Burke (Levi), Warren (Chinn, Levi) --Levi (Burke) --Cortez (Chinn, Levi) Chinn (Burke, Warren), Chinn, Chinn (Burke) --Chinn (Eddy) Englund (ua), Chinn (Englund) ---

^overtime match ^^double overtime match

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WEST COAST CONFERENCE When the West Coast Conference got its start back in 1952, the founders really had only one goal in mind - to create a convenient way for five Bay Area schools to play basketball. What has grown from that original vision 57 years ago is a strong athletics league which is competitive at the national level in 13 sports. The eight current members of the WCC span the Western United States from Canada to Mexico. Though the institutions range from the pine forests of Eastern Washington to the sundrenched beaches of Southern California, the combined excellence in athletics and academics sets the conference apart on the national scene and draws the individual institutions together in a common mission. The WCC sponsors championships in baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross-country, men's and women's golf, women's rowing, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's tennis and volleyball. The league was chartered by five Bay Area institutions (Pacific, Saint Mary's, San Francisco, San Jose State and Santa Clara) as the California Basketball Association, playing its first game on January 2, 1953. After two seasons of play under that name, the conference expanded to include Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine in 1955, and became the "West Coast Athletic Conference" in 1956. The name was shortened

to "West Coast Conference" in 1989. The current full-time lineup of WCC schools has remained unchanged since 1979, making the WCC the third most stable conference in the country. SOCCER MAKES NATIONAL SPLASH The WCC has enjoyed tremendous success on the pitch since it began official sponsorship of the sport on the men’s side in 1988 and added women’s soccer in 1992. Member institutions have captured no fewer than eight NCAA Championships since 1966. San Francisco owns four men’s NCAA titles (1966, 75, 76 & 80), while Portland captured two NCAA women’s crowns in four years (2002 & 05). Santa Clara shared the 1989 men’s hardware and the Broncos women’s side broke through for the 2001 NCAA championship. Entering the 2010-11 season, conference schools have combined for a remarkable 83 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament appearances, 17 College Cup (final-four), six national runnerups and five national championships. Last season four schools represented the conference in the postseason - Loyola Marymount, Portland, Saint Mary’s and San Diego - as the Pilots advanced to the third round before falling 1-0 to Virgina, the eventual 2009 NCAA champs.

USF AMONG THE 2009 WCC INDIVDUAL LEADERS OFFENSIVE STATS SHOTS (OVERALL) 1. Conor Chinn - 76 (4.0)

GOALS (WCC) 1. Conor Chinn - 6 (0.50)

GAME-WINNING GOALS (WCC) 1. Conor Chinn - 2 (0.17)

GOALKEEPER STATS SAVES (OVERALL) 5. Brendan Roslund - 60

SHOTS (WCC) 1. Conor Chinn - 50 (4.17)

ASSISTS (OVERALL) 4. Bryan Burke - 7 (0.44) 6. Jonathan Levi - 5 (0.30)

POINTS (OVERALL) 2. Conor Chinn - 23 (1.21)

ASSISTS (WCC) 9. Jonathan Levi - 3 (0.25)

SHUTOUTS (OVERALL) 5. Brendan Roslund - 3

POINTS (WCC) 1. Conor Chinn - 14 (1.17)

GAME-WINNING GOALS (OVERALL) 1. Conor Chinn - 3 (0.16)

SHUTOUTS (WCC) 4. Brendan Roslund - 2

GOALS (OVERALL) 1. Conor Chinn - 10 (0.53)

SAVES (WCC) 2. Brendan Roslund - 41

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2009 WCC FINAL STANDINGS San Diego!$ Saint Mary's$ LMU$ #17 Portland$ Santa Clara San Francisco Gonzaga

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

PTS. OVERALL 26 12-6-2 21 10-5-5 17 10-9-2 16 12-6-5 15 6-9-5 13 7-10-2 10 6-10-3 ! WCC Champion $NCAA Tournament

USF AMONG THE 2009 TEAM WCC LEADERS OVERALL MATCHES (TOP-4) PLACE GAMES NUMBER SHOTS T-4. 19 239 SAVES 4. 19 76 WCC MATCHES (TOP-4) PLACE GAMES NUMBER SHOTS 3. 12 156 SAVES T-2. 12 53

AVERAGE 12.58 4.00

AVERAGE 13.00 4.42

Commissioner - Jamie Zaninovich Associate Commissioner, Internal - Coleen Lim Associate Commissioner, External - Scott Leykam Assistant Commissioner, Operations - Carolyn Jenkins Director of Championships - Mia Brickhouse Director of Communications - Jae Wilson Associate Communications Director - Stefanie Ordoveza

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WEST COAST CONFERENCE 2009 ALL-WEST COAST CONFERENCE MEN’S SOCCER TEAMS FIRST TEAM Jalil Anibaba, SCU Rafael Baca, LMU Conor Chinn, USF Jordan Grider, SMC Austin Guerrero, POR Dylan Leslie, SMC Tye Perdido, GON Ryan Peterman, USD Jarad vanSchaik, POR Patrick Wallen, USD Collen Warner, POR

YR JR JR SR JR JR JR SR SR JR FR SR

POS MF F F D GK MF F D MF F MF

HOMETOWN Davis, CA Lawndale, CA San Diego, CA Concord, CA Chula Vista, CA Lancaster, CA Kula, HI Rancho Cucamonga, CA Tualatin, OR Vasteras, Sweden Denver, CO

HONORABLE MENTION Malcolm Alugas, SMC; Scott Barnum, GON; Mitch Boland, GON; James Cohn, USD; Victor Cortez, USF; Phil Da Silva, LMU; Roger Downes, LMU; Logan Emory, POR; Tim Grey, USD; Doug Herrick, SMC; William Johnson, LMU; Tyler Krumpe, LMU; Ryan Luke, POR; Eric Masch, SCU; James Matern, GON; Tim Muravez, GON; Trevor Newquist, SMC; Michael Nielsen, POR; Yousef Samy, SMC; Patrick Sampson, LMU; Brandon Zimmerman, SCU PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ryan Peterman, USD DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jordan Grider, SMC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Patrick Wallen, USD COACH OF THE YEAR: Adam Cooper, SMC

SECOND TEAM Nick Barclay, GON Kelin Briones, USD Bryan Burke, USF Jason Coehlo, SMC Andrew Feld, USD Ben Funkhouser, GON Ryan Kawulok, POR Jonathan Levi, USF Erik Hurtado, SCU Logan McDaniel, LMU Vincent Ocampo, LMU Sam Reeder, USD ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Jose Cabeza, SMC Ricardo Carrillo, POR James Cohn, USD Erik Hurtado, SCU Larry Jackson, SCU James Matern, GON Trevor Newquist, SMC James Rochlitz, LMU Brendan Roslund, USF Sean Sears, LMU Marc Tonkel, POR Patrick Wallen, USD

YR SR SR JR SR SR SR SO SR FR SO JR SR

POS D GK F D F MF D MF F MF/F MF D

HOMETOWN Boise, ID Chino, CA Corona Del Mar, CA Benicia, CA Fresno, CA Spokane Valley, WA Fort Collins, CO Varberg, Sweden Beaverton, OR Palmdale, CA San Diego, CA Highland Village, TX

POS MF F MF F GK MF D MF GK MF F/MF F

HOMETOWN Antioch, CA Prineville, OR Pheonix, AZ Beaverton, OR East Palo Alto, CA Spokane, WA San Diego, CA Redondo Beach, CA Denver, CO Marin, CA Los Gatos, CA Vasteras, Sweden

2009 WCC Men’s Soccer

BRYAN BURKE

Junior Forward 2009 All-WCC Second Team 2008 All-WCC Second Team

CONOR CHINN

Senior Forward 2009 All-WCC First Team 2008 WCC Player of the Year 2008 All-American

DON OF A NEW ERA

JONATHAN LEVI

Senior Midfielder 2009 All-WCC Second Team 2008 All-WCC Second Team

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SINGLE SEASON RECORDS DONS GOALKEEPER YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS GOALS AGAINST 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

Franco Carotenuto Jeremy Coupe Eric Conner Geremy Uhl Geremy Uhl Geremy Uhl Travis Sharp Mark Muleady Connor McNulty Scott Spaulding Scott Spaulding Zack Vaughn Zack Vaughn Zack Vaughn Brian Mullen Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Andrew Gloskowski Seth Osterman Andrew Gloskowski Andrew Gloskowski Mark Powell Mark Powell Mark Powell Mark Powell Aram Kardzair Aram Kardzair Andre Schweitzer Andy Fry Andy Fry Peter Arnautoff N/A N/A

SAVES 1.10 0.95 1.28 0.83 0.77 0.91 1.17 1.24 1.77 1.41 1.47 1.80 1.32 0.92 0.71 0.86 1.04 1.21 0.70 0.97 0.76 0.68 0.64 0.28 1.28 1.09 1.46 0.70 0.78 0.75 1.60 0.88 1.00

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

Brendan Roslund Jeremy Coupe Eric Conner Geremy Uhl Geremy Uhl Geremy Uhl Geremy Uhl Mark Muleady Connor McNulty Scott Spaulding Scott Spaulding Zack Vaughn Zack Vaughn Brian Mullen Brian Mullen Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Andrew Gloskowski Andrew Gloskowski Andrew Gloskowski Andrew Gloskowski Mark Powell Mark Powell Mark Powell Mark Powell Aram Kardzair Aram Kardzair Andre Schweitzer Andy Fry Andy Fry Peter Arnautoff Salvador Diaz Peter Arnautoff

60 41 66 70 61 40 31 79 51 65 72 75 30 46 44 75 69 66 39 43 41 49 39 97 58 100 78 84 43 53 114 85 102 74 84

Top (L to R) - Anthony Gray, Staale Soebye, Cato Solberg Bottom (L to R) - Aaron Chandler, Alex Nwosu, Josh Hansen

DONS OFFENSIVE YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS GOALS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

Conor Chinn Conor Chinn Conor Chinn Aaron Chandler Aaron Chandler Aaron Chandler Matt Languis Josh Hansen Anthony Medina Gerald Hylkema Alex Akerjordet Gerald Hylkema Fabio Pires Inge Klevberg Chris McDonald Chris McDonald Staale Soebye Cato Solberg Greg Vandenberg Angelo Sablo Marquis White Marquis White Ola Henmo Bjorn Schonbeck Marco Lucchetta Robert Magalhaes Thierry Blanson Cato Andersen Thor Sveen Fidelis Atuegbu Roar Andersen Bjorn Tronstad Dag Olavsen Alex Nwosu Anthony Gray Andy Atuegbu Mal Roche

ASSISTS 10 17 6 6 6 12 4 10 7 4 9 5 7 7 7 15 15 10 7 15 5 8 9 7 15 13 13 17 12 16 29 17 17 12 14 14

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

Bryan Burke Leon Williams Daniel DeGeer Rob Valentino Matt Languis Jordan Keyes Matt Languis Gabe Sturm Anthony Medina Tim Garlick Morten Torgersen Fabio Pires Keith Ratzburg Per Christian Larsen Marc Wescott Staale Soebye Staale Soebye Greg Vandenberg Cato Solberg Angelo Sablo Robert Aparicio George Vukic Kit Halvorsen Tor Sveen George Vukic Thierry Blanson Cato Andersen Glen Van Straatum Fidelis Atuegbu Roar Andersen Dag Olavsen Felipe Magalhaes Andy Atuegbu Anthony Gray Paul Korn

POINTS 7 4 6 6 7 7 4 7 4 3 6 4 7 9 4 10 17 8 9 9 4 6 9 9 21 8 12 10 6 11 15 11 9 10 10

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

Conor Chinn Conor Chinn Conor Chinn Aaron Chandler Aaron Chandler Aaron Chandler Matt Languis Josh Hansen Anthony Medina Gerald Hylkema Alex Akerjordet Gerald Hylkema Fabio Pires Keith Ratzburg Chris McDonald Chris McDonald Staale Soebye Cato Solberg Greg Vandenberg Angelo Sablo Marquis White Marquis White Ola Henmo Bjorn Schonbeck Marco Lucchetta George Vukic Thierry Blanson Cato Andersen Glen Van Straatum Fidelis Atuegbu Roar Andersen Bjorn Tronstad Dag Olavsen Alex Nwosu Anthony Gray Andy Atuegbu Mal Roche

23 35 17 16 18 28 12 25 18 10 22 14 19 22 16 40 36 28 20 37 11 21 23 19 37 34 38 42 30 43 71 40 40 22

(L to R) - Geremy Uhl, Aram Kardzair

TEAM RECORDS MOST WINS, SEASON 28 (1978)

MOST GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON 33 (1983)

MOST LOSSES, SEASON 15 in 1998

LEAST GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON 2 (1958 - USF 67, Opp. 2)

LONGEST WIN STREAK 44 (1954-59)

MOST GOALS, GAME 23 (1979 - USF 23, St. Mary's 0)

MOST GOALS, SEASON (TEAM) 139 (1979)

MOST GOALS ALLOWED, GAME 6 (Washington, 1997, UCLA 1998, No. Carolina 1998) MOST GOALS IN ONE GAME, INDIVIDUAL 6, Ludwig Soddeman vs. UC Davis

LEAST GOALS, SEASON (TEAM) 17 (1960) MOST SHUTOUTS, SEASON 17 (1978, 1986)

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CAREER RECORDS OFFENSIVE LEADERS CAREER / SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS POINTS CAREER CAREER

GOALS CAREER

Pete Arnautoff (1975-78) USF Hall of Fame

SAVES CAREER

1. Aram Kardzair 0.66 2. Peter Arnautoff 0.75 3. Andre Schweitzer 0.84 4. Andrew Gloskowski 0.85 5. Geremy Uhl 0.90 6. Seth Osterman 0.96 6. Scott Thompson 0.96 8. Mark Powell 0.97 9. Andy Fry 1.13 10. Brian Mullen 1.24

1. Mark Powell 2. Peter Arnautoff 3. Scott Thompson 4. Andy Fry 5. Aram Kardzair 6. Geremy Uhl 7. Andrew Gloskowski 8. Scott Spaulding 9. Andre Schweitzer 10. Mark Muleady

(1976-82) (1975-78) (1980-82) (1987-90) (2003-06) (1988-90) (1991-94) (1983-86) (1977-79) (1995-97)

333 288 249 235 210 202 172 164 114 113

(1983-86) (1975-78) (1991-94) (1977-79) (1979-82) (2003-06) (1987-90) (1998-01) (1980-82) (2002-04)

GOALS AGAINST SINGLE-SEASON

SAVES SINGLE-SEASON

1. Mark Powell 2. Peter Arnautoff 3. Salvador Diaz 4. Andrew Gloskowski 5. Andrew Gloskowski 6. Scott Thompson 6. Aram Kardzair 8. Brian Mullen 9. Andre Scweitzer 10. Seth Osterman 11. Geremy Uhl

1. Andy Fry 2. Peter Arnautoff 3. Mark Powell 4. Mark Powell 5. Andy Fry 6. Aram Kardzair 6. Peter Arnautoff 8. Mark Muleady 9. Mark Powell 10. Zack Vaughn 10. Scott Thompson 12. Salvador Diaz 13. Scott Spaulding 14. Geremy Uhl 15. Scott Thompson

0.28 0.38 0.42 0.64 0.68 0.70 0.70 0.71 0.75 0.76 0.77

(1986) (1976) (1975) (1987) (1988) (1991) (1982) (1995) (1980) (1989) (2005)

SHUTOUTS CAREER 1. Mark Powell 2. Geremy Uhl 3. Peter Arnautoff 4. Scott Thompson 5. Andy Fry 6. Aram Kardzair 6. Andrew Gloskowski 8. Andre Schweitzer 9. Zack Vaughn 10. Seth Osterman

31 25 24 21 19 18 18 14 13 10

114 102 100 97 85 84 84 79 78 75 75 74 72 70 69

1. Staale Soebye 2. Dag Olavsen 3. George Vukic 4. Thierry Blanson 5. Felipe Magalhaes 6. Theo Narvestad 7. Tor Sveen 8. Roar Andersen 8. Andy Atuegbu 10. Bjorn Tronstad

GOALS SINGLE-SEASON

ASSISTS SINGLE-SEASON

POINTS SINGLE-SEASON

1. Bjorn Tronstad 29 2. Conor Chinn 17 2. Alex Nwosu 17 2. Dag Olavsen 17 2. Tor Sveen 17 6. Roar Andersen 16 6. Felipe Magalhaes 16 8. Staale Soebye 15 8. Cato Solberg 15 8. Marquis White 15 8. Robert Magalhaes 15 12. Andy Atuegbu 14 12. Mal Roche 14 14. Thierry Blanson 13 14. Cato Andersen 13 14. Theo Narvestad 13

1. George Vukic 21 2. Staale Soebye 17 3. Dag Olavsen 15 4. Cato Andersen 12 5. Roar Andersen 11 5. Felipe Magalhaes 11 7. Staale Soebye 10 7. Glen Van Straatum 10 7. Anthony Gray 10 7. Paul Korn 10 11. Per Christian Larsen 9 11. Cato Solberg 9 11. Angelo Sablo 9 11. Kit Halvorsen 9 11. Tor Sveen 9 11. Andy Atuegbu 9

1. Bjorn Tronstad 2. Roar Andersen 3. Glen Van Straatum 4. Staale Soebye 4. Dag Olavsen 4. Alex Nwosu 7. Cato Andersen 8. Marquis White 8. George Vukic 10. Cato Solberg 11. Conor Chinn 12. Thierry Blanson 13. Fidelis Atuegbu 14. Aaron Chandler 14. Greg Vandenberg 16. Josh Hansen

(1979) (2008) (1977) (1978) (1982) (1980) (1980) (1994) (1993) (1990) (1985) (1975) (1975) (1984) (1983) (1983)

38 (1991-94) 32 (1977-80) 31 (1984-85, 87-88) 30 (1981-84) 26 (1978-80) 25 (1983-86) 24 (1982, 84-86) 22 (1978-80) 22 (1974-77) 21 (1979-80)

(1985) (1993) (1979) (1983) (1980) (1978) (1994) (1982) (1976) (1975) (1996) (1991) (1990) (1987) (1986) (1977)

1. Dag Olavsen 128 (1977-80) 2. Felipe Magalhaes 116 (1978-80) 3. Staale Soebye 112 (1991-94) 4. Alex Nwosu 106 (1976-79) 5. Bjorn Tronstad 101 (1979-80) 6. Thierry Blanson 94 (1981-84) 7. Roar Andersen 92 (1978-80) 8. Tor Sveen 90 (1982, 84-86) 9. Robert Magalhaes 88 (1982-85) 10. Andy Atuegbu 87 (1974-77)

71 43 42 40 40 40 38 37 37 36 35 34 30 28 28 25

(1979) (1980) (1982) (1994) (1978) (1977) (1983) (1990) (1985) (1993) (2008) (1984) (1981) (2004) (1992) (2002)

USF COACHING RECORDS

GOALKEEPER LEADERS CAREER / SINGLE-SEASON GOALS AGAINST CAREER

1. Alex Nwosu 51 (1976-79) 2. Dag Olavsen 48 (1977-80) 3. Felipe Magalhaes 45 (1978-80) 4. Andy Atuegbu 43 (1974-77) 5. Bjorn Tronstad 40 (1979-80) 6. Robert Magalhaes 38 (1982-85) 7. Conor Chinn 37 (2006-09) 7. Staale Soebye 37 (1991-94) 9. Roar Andersen 35 (1978-80) 10. Tor Sveen 33 (1982, 84-86)

(1979) (1977) (1984) (1986) (1978) (1982) (1975) (2002) (1983) (1998) (1994) (1976) (1999) (2006) (1993)

Yr. 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

(1983-86) (2003-06) (1975-78) (1991-94) (1977-79) (1979-82) (1987-90) (1980-82) (1995-98) (1988-90)

DON OF A NEW ERA

Coach Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donahue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Gus Donoghue Bob Braghetta Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco

Record 9-2-0 7-1-2* 8-0-0* 10-0-1* 10-1-0* 10-0-1* 11-0-2* 11-0-2* 6-0-1* 7-0-2* 8-0-1* 8-0-0* 7-2-0 3-2-2 6-2-1 8-2-1 13-1-0* 12-2-0 10-1-1* 12-0-1+ 10-1-1 11-3-1 15-2-3 12-1-1 13-3-0* 10-5-1 15-1-1* 17-3-3* 21-1-2+ 20-2-3+ 25-4-1 28-1-0+

Yr. 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Coach Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Stephen Negoesco Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser

Record 23-3-1 23-0-2+ 17-2-2* 19-2-4* 19-6-0 15-6-3* 12-6-3 17-3-4 14-5-3* 14-5-2* 9-10-2 11-8-3 17-4-0* 9-7-4 13-4-4* 9-7-4* 10-8-1 9-9-1 9-11-0 5-14-1 10-9-0 8-10-2 7-10-1 10-8-1 9-10-1 14-5-1* 11-6-4* 12-7-1 7-11-1 9-10-2* 7-10-2

Erik Visser

+National Champion*Conference Champion

Name Gus Donoghue Bob Braghetta Stephen Negoesco Erik Visser

Years 1946-60 1961 1962-2000 2001-

Record 121-12-14 6-2-1 540-172-66 86-75-11

Pct. .871 .750 .725 .532

Titles 11 0 22 3

TOTAL

1946-2008

753-263-95

.721

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USF HONORS GUS DONOGHUE AWARD

Chris Rodd, 2006-07

Omar Elmasri, 2008

JOE ALLEN AWARD (TEAM MVP)

STEPHEN NEGOESCO AWARD (TOP NEWCOMER)

2009 2008 2007 2006

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Bryan Burke Jeff Russell Chris Rodd Rob Valentino Chris Rodd Geremy Uhl Aaron Chandler Chris Schwarze Josh Hansen Mark Muleady Chris Roden Anthony Medina Tim Garlick Mike Crivello Alex Akerjordet Per Christian Larsen Fabio Pires Per Christian Larsen Erik Lemoine Erik Lemoine Staale Soebye Staale Soebye Staale Soebye Matt Snyder MarquisWhite Robert Aparicio Yuri Simpson Ola Henmo Alan Bailey Ken Boardman George Vukic Thierry Blanson

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Brendan Roslund Omar Elmasri Victor Cortez Conor Chinn Kyle Schlumpf Brandon McDonald Rob Valentino Kevin Long Matt Languis Luke Holmes Andy Almquist Chris Schwarze Gabe Sturm Mike Crivello Gerard Hylkema Raji Ananda Fabio Pires Brandon Jensen Keith Ratzburg David Kutrz-Reyes Tim Weaver Jason Wescott Staale Soebye Todd Iverson Troy Dayak Andrew Kriechbaumer Andrew Gloskowski Alan Bailey John Doyle Bernie Murphy

DONS SOCCER IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISO HUB FLYNN HALL OF FAME Name Grad. Thomas J. Applegate ‘36 John Anton, ‘76 Issac Arnow ‘34 Peter Arnautoff ‘79 Andy Atuegbu ‘79 Richard Baptista ‘51 John J. Bazzano ‘34 Maurice Beattie ‘54 Bob Braghetta ‘57 John Brooks MA ‘00 Kelli Bryant* ‘95 Serge Burenin ‘61 Angelo J. Carmassi ‘51 Lorenzo Cumplido ‘74 William L. Cox ‘55 Bjorn Dahl John Doyle ‘88 Augustine P. Donoghue! ‘36 George Durschlag 57 Paul Golden ‘40 Alexander Gorden ‘37 Anthony Gray ‘79 Torgier Hague ‘68 Shanna Haines* ‘90 Sandor Hites ‘67 Harry E. Hughes ‘35 Mike Ivanow ‘68

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Name Aram Kardzair Roberto Kellerman Paul Korn Robert Lee Greg McKeown John Micklewright Stephen Negoesco! Erik Nielsen Joseph Njuku-Oli Alexander Nwosu Lothar Osiander Olifunmi Osibogun Ezio Paoulini Misak Pirinjian Alex Roboostoff Constantin Roboostoff Mal Roche Luis Sagastume Staale Soebye Tony Sullivan Ben Toda Kjell Tvedt Samuel Wicklow Frank Zanassi !NSCAA Hall of Fame

Grad. ‘82 ‘56 ‘75 ‘51 ‘76 ‘74 ‘51 ‘84 ‘57 ‘79 ‘68 ‘53 ‘41 ‘77 ‘68 ‘71 ‘76 ‘68 '94 ‘60 ‘52 ‘78 ‘35

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His friends called him “Gus” and he is considered by most soccer enthusiasts as one of the greatest soccer coaches produced in the United States. Gus Donoghue was born March 17, 1911 in Glaskow, Scotland and first learned the game of soccer at St. Aloysuis Elementary School, a Jesuit institution in Garnet Hill, Scotland. Gus came to San Francisco in 1925 and attended St. Ignatius High School and St. Ignatius College, as USF then was known. He was USF’s student body president and received his Master’s Degree from the University of California in 1937 and his Ph. D. from Gus Donoghue was inducted into the Stanford University in 1953. NSCAA Hall of Fame in 2001. Gus was the major factor in USF’s first “Golden Era” in soccer in 1932-36, when the Dons took five consecutive conference championships. He captained the Dons and was named All-American in 1934, 1935 and 1936. He was a member of the United States Olympic Team in 1936. Coach Donoghue took over the Hilltop coaching duties in 1941 and 1942. He left USF for military duty as a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy and returned in 1946. Gus received the “Coach of the Year” award from the San Francisco Football Association in 1950. That year, USF played in the first college soccer bowl game in the US in St. Louis, Missouri and shared the first recognized national championship with Penn State. Gus retired from the USF as Director of Admissions in 1973. He passed away on September 9, 2001. Coach Donoghue leaves a legacy that will live forever in the hearts of his team members: 121 wins, 12 losses, and 14 ties; 89 matches without a loss; 11 straight Northern California Intercollegiate Soccer Conference titles and 2 national championships. His .871 winning percentage is the best among NCAA Division I coaches. Gus Donoghue brought dignity to the game of soccer. He impressed upon his teams the importance of skills, sportsmanship, courage and the Christian way of life. He had the unique ability and leadership to develop many inexperienced college men into great or All-American players while they were at the Hilltop. How did he do it? Gus cared, Gus recognized, Gus inspired, Gus gave of himself, Gus exemplified the highest qualities of human character. The recipient of the Gus Donoghue Award is highly honored. It represents the highest recognition the University of San Francisco can bestow upon a soccer player wearing the Green and Gold. GUS DONOGHUE AWARD WINNERS 1975-2009 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Jeff Russell, 2008 Gus Donoghue Award

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Justin Kendro Jeff Russell Bryan Vancura Kevin Long Neil Stuart Kevin Long Chris Schwarze Jonathan Povey Alfred Bedrossian Conor McNulty Scott Spaulding Mike Crivello Chris Roden Alex Akerjordet Per Christian Larsen Ross Greaney Luis Arguero Luis Arguero Scott Thompson Matt Goldberg Greg Vandenberg

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1991 Kris Vipavetz Matt Dolph Andrew Kreichbaumer 1990 Matt Snyder 1989 Tim McEnery 1988 Alan Bailey 1987 Mark DeCroce 1986 Theo Narvestad 1985 Theo Narvestad 1984 Martin Ivarsson 1983 Per Haugvaldstad 1982 Glenn Van Straatum 1981 Erik Visser 1980 Luis Felipe Magalhaes 1979 Domingo Casanas 1978 Anthony Gray 1977 Kjell Tvedt 1976 Tom Tronstad 1975 Paul Korn


USF HONORS NSCAA FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS Staale Soebye, M/F Staale Soebye, M/F Erik Nielsen, Back Andy Atuegbu, F Torgier Hague, RH Kirk Apostolidis, IL Sandor Hites, IR William Cox, GK Manuel Ortiz, OR Steve Negoesco, LF

1994 1993 1982 1976 1968 1967 1967 1953 1953 1949

NSCAA SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICANS Ken Boardman, Back John Doyle, Back Erik Nielsen, Back (3rd) Bjorn Dahl, Back Andy Atuegbu, F Andy Atuegbu, F George Fernandez, RH Edurdo Rangel, CF Louis Sagastume, ID Serge Burenin, CH Tony Njoku, CH Joe Njoku-Obi, CF Joe Njoku-Obi, CF Olufunmi Alekuni Osibogun, LH

Staale Soebye (1991-94) Two-time First Team All-American (1993-94)

1986 1986 1981 1978 1977 1975 1967 1966 1966 1961 1959 1956 1955 1949

USF SOCCER ALL-AMERICAN NOTES • 42 USF players named NSCAA All-American 9 First Team (including two-time Staale Soebye)

Aaron Chandler, 2004

Steve Negoesco, 1993

WEST COAST CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

WEST COAST CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR

2008 2006 2004 1994 1993

2008 2005 2004 1993

Conor Chinn Rob Valentino Aaron Chandler Staale Soebye Staale Soebye

Erik Visser Erik Visser Erik Visser Stephen Negoesco

WEST COAST CONFERENCE DEFENDER OF THE YEAR

WEST COAST CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

2005 Rob Valentino

1993 Tim Weaver

Chris Schwarze, 2003-04

Geremy Uhl, 2004-06

WCC FIRST TEAM

WCC SECOND TEAM

Conor Chinn Jeff Russell Daniel DeGeer Chris Rodd Rob Valentino Luis Aguilar Aaron Chandler Chris Schwarze Josh Hansen Tim Garlick Alex Akerjordet Fabio Pires Keith Ratzburg Eric Lemoine Chris McDonald David Kurtz-Reyes Staale Soebye Tim Weaver Cato Solberg Greg Vandenberg Angelo Sablo Robert Aparicio Marquis White Troy Dayak

Bryan Burke Jonathan Levi Leon Williams Brandon McDonald Kevin Long Chris Rodd Geremy Uhl Luis Aguilar Brandon McDonald JonnPovey Ben Stuart Mark Muleady Gabe Sturm Josh Hansen Chris Scwarze Per Christian Larsen Alex Akerjordet Brendon Jensen Keith Ratzburg Matt Beavers David Kurtz-Reyes Chris McDonald Jason Wescott Tim Weaver Francois Duny Matthew Snyder Cato Solberg

• 12 Second Team (including two-time Andy Atuegbu), 1 Third Team & 19 Honorable Mention • Four Dons named three years (Olufunmi Alekuni Osibogan, Alex Roboostoff, Han Friessen, Andy Atuegbu • Five seasons with maximum three All-Americans (1949, 1953, 1967, 1968, 1969) • Six straight seasons with an All-American (1966-71) • At least one All-American in 17 of 21 years (1951-71) • Negoesco and Lee were among first West Coast honorees and Negoesco was inaugural first team pick

Mike Ivanow, 1968

NSCAA HON. MENTION ALL-AMERICANS Roar Andersen, F Bjorn Dahl, Back Tom Tronstad, Back Hans Friessen, F Hans Friessen, F Alex Roboostoff, F Hans Friessen, F Alex Roboostoff, F Fernando Rosales, H Mike Ivanow, GK Alex Roboostoff, F Dennis Calvo, GK Rick Olivas, RH Fernando Lopez-Contreras, CH Wayne Sayndon, OL Wayne Sayndon, OL Benito Razon, OL Brian Pike, IR Hare, GK Olufunmi Alekuni Osibogun, LH Olufunmi Alekuni Osibogun, LH Rosento Diaz, RH Jose Matute, OL Robert E. Lee, LH Steve Negoesco, LF

1980 1977 1976 1971 1970 1970 1969 1969 1969 1968 1968 1964 1964 1963 1958 1957 1956 1953 1952 1952 1951 1951 1949 1948 1948

Rob Valentino, 2005-06

Erik Visser, 2004

NSCAA FAR WEST ALL-REGION TEAM

NSCAA FAR WEST COACH OF THE YEAR

Conor Chinn (2) Conor Chinn (2) Aaron Chandler (3) Geremy Uhl (3) Rob Valentino (2) Rob Valentino (2)

2009 2008 2006 2006 2006 2005

Erik Visser

DON OF A NEW ERA

2004

2008-09 2008 2007 2007 2004-06 2005 2004 2003-04 2002 2000 1999 1998 1996-97 1995-96 1996 1995 1991-94 1994 1993 1993 1991 1990 1990 1989

2008-09 2008-09 2008 2007 2006 2006 2004-06 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 2001 2001 1997-99 1998 1996 1995 1994 1994 1994 1993-94 1993 1991 1991 1991

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USF LEGENDS STEVE NEGOESCO

Inducted NSCAA Hall of Fame, 2003 USF Player - 1947-1951 USF Head Coach - 1962-2000

Steve Negoesco celebrates the 1975 title with the Dons

STEVE NEGOESCO BY THE 778 – Career Games as USF head coach 540 – Career Division I wins – second most in NCAA Division I history 300 – Yearly Salary in his first season at USF (1962) 139 – Goals scored by the 1979 squad 41 – NCAA Tournament wins 39 – Seasons as the USF head coach 34 – Winning Seasons at USF 30 – NSCAA All-Americans Coached while at USF 28 – Program record for wins set in 1978

NUMBERS… 27 – Former players he coached now in the USF Hall of Fame 27 – Consecutive winning seasons 25 – NCAA Tournament Appearances 22 – Conference Championships 15 – Seasons with 15 or more victories Seven – Olympians Six – 20+ win seasons Six – National Championships – Five as a Head Coach, One as a Player

GUS DONOGHUE

Inducted NSCAA Hall of Fame, 2001 USF Player - 1932-35 USF Head Coach - 1941-60 GUS DONOGHUE BY THE NUMBERS… 147 – Career Games as USF 11 – Conference Championhead coach ships 121 – Career USF victories 10 – Seasons without suffer89 – Match unbeaten streak ing a single loss 21 – Years as USF Director of Five – Seasons with 10 Admissions victories 16 – NSCAA All-Americans Three – Postseason TournaCoached while at USF ment victories 14 – Seasons as the USF Two – Coach of the Year head coach honors 14 – Winning Seasons at USF One – Co-National Champi14 – Former players he onship – 1950 College Soccer coached now in the USF Hall Bowl of Fame .871 – Career winning per12 – Career losses centage (121-12-14) - Best in NCAA Divsion I history

USF NSCAA Hall-of-Famers Gus Donoghue and Steve Negoesco. Donoghue coached Negoesco, who was the first West Coast player to capture All-American honors. The pair combined for 665 career victories and six national championships

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Gus Donoghue coached USF during its second “Golden Age”

USF’s 1950 squad shared the 1950 College Bowl title

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DONS IN THE PROS

Troy Dayak, 1992 Barcelona Games

Andy Atuegbu (1974-77) Soccer America’s College Team of the Century

Dons Soccer Olympians U.S. Olympians Peter Arnautoff, GK - 1980 Troy Dayak, D - 1992 John Doyle, D - 1988 Mike Ivanow, GK - 1972 Lothar Osiander, Coach 1988 & 1992 Archie Roboostoff, F - 1972 El Salvador Olympians Fernando Rosales, M - 1968

Victor Arbelaez, Las Vegas Quicksilvers

John Doyle, 1988 Seoul Games

Mexico Olympians Hans Friessen, F - 1968 Nigeria Olympians Andy Atuegbu, F - 1976 **It is not our intention to exclude anyone from this list. If you see anyone missing, please contact Ryan McCrary at mccrary@usfca.edu

Peter Arnautoff, Philadelphia Fury

DONS IN THE NASL (1967-84) Dallas Tornado Kirk Apostolidis, D/F (1969-71) 1969 NASL First Team, D 1970 NASL Second Team, F

Edmonton Drillers John Anton, F (1979) Peter Arnautoff, GK (1979) Lee Atack, D (1979) Andy Atuegbu, M (1979) Las Vegas Quicksilvers Victor Arbelaez, (1977) Los Angeles Aztecs Lee Atack, D (1975-76) Oakland Stompers Lee Atack, D (1978) Andy Atuegbu, M (1978) Tony Graham, F (1978) Archie Roboostoff, F (1978) Philadelphia Fury Peter Arnautoff, GK (1980) Portland Timbers Archie Roboostoff, F (1977-78)

San Diego Sockers Victor Arbelaez, (1976 & 78) Archie Roboostoff, F (1976) San Jose Earthquakes* Mike Ivanow (1974-76) Greg McKeown (1977) Archie Roboostoff, F (1974-75) Seattle Sounders Mike Ivanow (1976-77; 79-81)

Vancouver Kirk Apostolidis, F (1968) *As an NASL franchise only

**It is not our intention to exclude any USF players from these lists. If you see anyone missing, please contact Ryan McCrary at mccrary@usfca.edu.

DON OF A NEW ERA

Brandon McDonald, San Jose Earthquakes

Rob Valentino, New England Revolution

DONS IN THE MLS San Jose Earthquakes* Troy Dayak, D 2001 MLS Comeback Player John Doyle, D 1996 MLS Defender of the Year MLS All-Star (1996-97) Brandon McDonald, D Lothar Osiander, Coach Tim Weaver, D Colorado Rapids Josh McKay, D/M Rob Valentino, D

Columbus Crew Aaron Chandler, F New England Revolution Marquis White, F New York Red Bulls Conor Chinn, F *As an MLS franchise only

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NCAA CHAMPIONS

1966

T

he Dons under Negoesco made the NCAA semifinals for the first time since the tournament started in 1959. Michigan State, Army, and Long Island University completed the soccer “final four” in Berkeley. Negoesco and his Dons met Army in the semifinal game at wet and foggy Memorial Stadium. The field was a mess, forcing many of the West Point booters shot attempts to sail off target. Negoesco’s talented Dons, who won their two previous games in the mud, were better prepared. Second half goals by Luis Sagastume and Sandor Hites gave the Dons a 2-0 victory, with Olympian Mike Ivanow recording the shutout.

In improved weather conditions the following day, USF faced Long Island University, upset winners in the semifinal round. LIU took Michigan State into overtime where they triumphed 6-5 on corner kicks. Led by an outstanding effort by Sandor Hites, the Dons scored a record five goals enroute to a 5-2 win over LIU and USF’s first NCAA title. Hites accounted for three of the five Dons’ goals and was named the tournament’s outstanding offensive player, with four goals in USF’s two contests. It was the first of USF’s four NCAA crowns under Negoesco, as the Hilltoppers finished 11-0-1.

1975

1976

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A

SF’s speed and finesse made the Dons the number one team in the country in 1975. They had to prove it against a strong final four-team field in Edwardsville, Illinois that included host SIUEdwardsville, Brown, and defending national champion Howard University. The Dons had their hands full in the semifinal contest against a tenacious Brown University pulling out a 3-2 decision in triple overtime. Forward Greg McKeown set up the Dons’ gamewinner with a pinpoint pass to a surprised and open Mal Roche who scored from ten yards to send the Dons to the title contest. USF was faced with the challenge of taking on the host team, SIU-Edwardsville for the championship. The Cougars were coming off a win over Howard University that propelled them into the fray. The Dons were not intimidated as they walked off with the championship by a 4-0 count. USF started the scoring just 6:24 into the match, as lanky junior Greg McKeown headed home a Roche cross. Senior Paul Korn, an eventual draftee of the Tampa Bay Rowdies, also scored on a pass from Roche just fifteen minutes later. Victor Arbelaez, another senior, would close out the first half scoring to give the Dons a 3-0 halftime cushion. Even Southern Illinois’ hometown fans had nothing but praise for the finesse game that USF displayed in the first half. USF did not let up in the second stanza, with sophomore sensation Andy Atuegbu scoring the half’s only goal on a pass from Kjell Tvedt. The Nigerian sensation was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

fter winning a national championship, the single most difficult task is living up to an established reputation, and more specifically, successfully defending that championship. That situation faced Coach Steve Negoesco and his Dons in 1976. USF’s road to a second consecutive NCAA Division I Soccer Championship became a long and winding one that began one night in South San Francisco and ended in the subfreezing temperatures of Philadelphia’s Franklin Field. The Dons arrived in Philadelphia as the underdog of the four teams. Due to their unblemished mark, Clemson topped all the rankings with Indiana a close second. Hartwick and USF rounded out the final four. The Dons again employed their new defense to shut off the finesse of Clemson in the semifinals. Behind the second half goal of John Brooks, USF went on to a 1-0 win over the top-ranked Tigers. The next day goalie Peter Arnautoff led the defense to still another shutout, the fifth straight for USF, as Dons successfully defended their championship with 1-0 victory over another undefeated squad, Indiana. As was the case in the 1975 tournament, the most decisive player on the field was All-American Andy Atuegbu. With 35 minutes elapsed in the contest, he took the ball at midfield and dribbled up the left side, and unleashed one of his patented cannonball shots perfectly into the top right corner. The 20-yard blast brought USF the 1976 NCAA Division I Championship. Atuegbu was selected the tournament’s Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive year.

Charles Gould of the St. Louis Globe Democrat summed it up best: “If the mighty Dons from the banks of San Francisco Bay are not the best college soccer team to win the NCAA Division I Soccer Championships, then they have to be rated right near the top.”

Sandor Hites 1966 NCAA Most Off. Player.

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NCAA CHAMPIONS POSTSEASON NOTES • Having reached the NCAA Tournament 31 times, USF ranks fourth in all-time NCAA appearances behind only St. Louis (45), UCLA (36) and Indiana (33). The Dons' appearance total is tops for West Coast Conference schools. The Dons also rank fourth in total NCAA Division I Championships with four behind St. Louis (10), Indiana (7) and Virginia (5). • USF, who has made three straight tournament appearances, has an NCAA Tournament record of 44-23-1. The Dons have been to the NCAA Final seven times, semifinals nine times.

POSTSEASON RESULTS

1980

W

hen Fidelis Atuegbu blasted a shot just inside the right post to clinch the 1980 championship for USF it kept alive a family tradition. In 1976, it was another Atuegbu who made that magic happen when Andy brought Indiana down. The win marked the third time in five years USF had beaten the Hoosiers in championship play and gave USF its fourth title in eight years. The Hilltoppers began their drive to the National Championship by capturing the Pacific Soccer Conference crown, which had spent a one year vacation at Santa Clara. The Dons claimed the league crown with stretch drive victories over San Jose (3-1), Santa Clara (3-0) and Fresno State (4-1). Entering post-season competition with a 19-0-2 record and the #1 ranking in the nation, the Dons met UCLA for the Far West Championship and won. The quarterfinals meant long time foe St. Louis. In 19 years, the Midwesterners had stopped Coach Negoesco six out of seven times; but not this year.....USF 3-St. Louis 2. It was onto the Sunshine State and a meeting with Alabama A&M, ranked #2 and with basically the same team that demolished the Dons in 1979, 4-1. Despite a one-zip half time score, with the Green and Gold down, late goals by Luis Felipe Magalhaes and Bjorn Tronstad pulled out the win and it was on to the title game. For pure excitement and an improbable turn of events, there has never been a game quite like the 1980 championship. Indiana played a high pressure defense in the first half and it worked. The Dons were down 2-0 at the half, but this team had a habit of fighting back. But USF had a strong point..... endurance. The team thrived on pressure. It brought out performance. Steve Negoesco knew his players wouldn’t quit and fought to a 3-3 tie at the end of regulation. Fidelis Atuegbu was fresh and Steve knew that he had the leg and bang .....at 98:17 the game was history. The title once again belonged to the boys from the City by the Bay.

1951 2nd Annual Soccer Bowl (San Francisco) USF 2, UCLA 0 USF 0, Temple 2 1954 West Coast Championships USF 5, Cal Tech 1 USF 3, UCLA 1 1959 NCAA Semifinals USF 0, St. Louis 4 1961 NCAA Quarterfinals USF 0, St. Louis 1 1963 NCAA Quarterfinals USF 2, St. Louis 3 (ot) 1965 NCAA Western Regionals USF 3, Air Force 2 1965 NCAA Quarterfinals USF 2, St. Louis 5 1966 Western Regionals USF 2, San Jose St. 1 1966 NCAA Quarterfinals USF 2, St. Louis 1 (ot) 1966 NCAA Semifinals USF 2, Army 0 1966 Championship USF 5, Long Island U. 2 1967 Western Regionals USF 1, UCLA 0 USF 3, San Jose State 3 1968 Western Regionals USF 16, Washington 0 USF 2, Air Force 3 1969 Western Regionals USF 3, Chico State 1 USF 2, San Diego State 2 USF 3, San Jose State 1 1969 NCAA Semifinals USF 1, Maryland 0 1969 NCAA Championship USF 0, St. Louis 4 1970 Western Regionals USF 2, UCLA 3 1971 NCAA Regionals USF 3, San Jose State 2 USF 6, UCLA 2 1971 NCAA Semifinals USF 2, St. Louis 3 1973 Western Regionals USF 5, Santa Clara 0 USF 2, UCLA 3 1974 Western Regionals USF 5, Chico State 2 USF 0, UCLA 1 1975 Western Regionals USF 4, UCLA 1 USF 3, CS Fullerton 2 (ot) 1975 NCAA Semifinals USF 2 Brown 1 (ot) 1975 NCAA Championship USF 4, Southern Illinois 0 1976 Western Regionals USF 1, UCLA 0 USF 5, San Jose State 0 1976 NCAA Semifinals USF 1, Clemson 0 1976 NCAA Championship USF 1, Indiana 0

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1977 Western Regionals USF 2, Air Force 1 USF 4, UCLA 1 1977 NCAA Semifinals USF 2, Southern Illinois 1 1977 NCAA Championship USF 1, Hartwick 2 1978 Western Regionals USF 6, Stanford 3 USF 3, Santa Clara 2 1978 NCAA Semifinals USF 2, Clemson 1 1978 NCAA Championship USF 2, Indiana 0 1979 Western Regionals USF 3, Santa Clara 2 1979 NCAA Quarterfinals Southern Illinois 4, USF 2 1980 Western Regionals USF 2, UCLA 1 1980 NCAA Quarterfinals USF 3, St. Louis 2 1980 NCAA Semifinals USF 2, Alabama A&M 1 1980 NCAA Championship USF 4, Indiana 3 (ot) 1981 Western Regionals USF 1, San Diego State 0 (forfeit to USF) 1982 Western Regionals USF 3, Washington 2 (pks) USF 2, San Diego State 0 1982 NCAA Quarterfinals Southern Illinois 1, USF 0 1983 Western Regionals USF 5, UCLA 0 USF 3, UNLV 2 1983 NCAA Quarterfinals Virginia 3, USF 2 1984 Western Regionals USF 2, Nevada-Las Vegas 1 (ot) UCLA 1, USF 0 1986 Western Regionals Fresno State 1, USF 0 1987 Western Regionals UNLV 1, USF 0 1991 Western Regionals Fresno State 1, USF 0 (ot) 1993 Western Regionals USF 2, Santa Clara 1 USF 2, St. Louis 1 1993 NCAA Quarterfinals CS Fullerton 1, USF 0 1994 Western Regionals USF 1, Fresno State 1 (pks 3-1) CS Fullerton 1, USF 0 (3ot) 2004 NCAA Tournament Wisc.-Green Bay 3, USF 2 2005 NCAA Tournament SMU 2, USF 1 2006 NCAA Tournament New Mexico 1, USF 0 2008 NCAA Tournament Cal 3, USF 0

Steve Negoesco Posing with three NCAA Titles

Erik Nielsen 1983 Hermann Award Finalist

Bjorn Tronstad scored a school record 29 goals in 1979

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ALL-TIME ROSTER (1966-09) AAA Abrigo, Jay Adams, Robert Aguilar, Luis Ahmadein, Nour Akhbari, Parvitz Alexander, John Alfaro, Jose Almarinez, Devin Alonzo, Ken Alphonso, Roger Alvarez, Guillermo Akerjordet, Alexsander Almquist, Andy Alvarez, Rafael Amundsen, Lars Ananda, Raji Andersen, Cato Andersen, Roar Andresen, Terje Anton, John Anton, Phil Aparicio, Robert Apostolidis, Kirk Aramendia, Alberto Arbelaez, Boomer Arbelaez, Victor Arguero, Luis Arnautoff, Peter Arguero, Luis Argueta, Chema Ash, Larry Atack, Lou Attar, Ardalan *Atuegbu, Andy Atuegbu, Fidelius Ayoub, Bill Azafeifa, John

04 00-01 04-05 07 73 79-80-82-83 70 02 67-68-69 76-77-78-79 78-79-80 97-98-99 02-03-04-05 72 77-78-79 98-99-00-01 83-84 78-79-80-81 89 73-74-76-77 80-81 87-88-89-90 67 66-67 00 72-73-74-75 93-94-95 75-76-77-78 93-94-95-96 70 73 72-73-74 06-07 75-76-77 78-79-80-81 70 73-74

BBB Babarez, Annibal Bacharach, Cris Bachman, Rick Bailey, Alan Bagheri, Mike Baldonato, Mike Barrenechea, Carlos Barrientos, Claudio Basin, Matt Bauer, Chris Beavers, Matt Bedenikovic, Marko Bedrossian, Alfred Becker, Joe Bergman, Adam Bergsvand, Jo Bernal, Jon Blanson, Thierry Blokker, Kevin Boardman, Ken Bolanos, Randy Boucsieguez, Urbano Boyd, Bryce Boyle, Jim Bracamontes, Chuy Bradley, Chris Brennan, Charlie Brooks, John Bucaioni, Alesio Burch, Francis Burke, Bryan Burns, Greg

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69 04 80 85-86-87-88 05 67 72-73 97 06 05 92-93-94 02 01-02-03-04 73 04-05-06 79-80-81 04 81-82-83-84 91-92 83-84-85-86 73-74 71-72 07-08-09 74-75-76-77 71 94-95-96 09 76-77 94 91 07-08-09 84

Burns, Robert Burriel, Nick Butner, Matthew Bustos, John

93-94 07 00 83-84-85

CCC Cabrera, Felipe Caloiaro, Vinny Camacho, John Carendi, Alexsander Carotenuto, Franco Carvajal, Steve Casanas, Domingo Ceja-Orozsco, Victor Chakalian, Sam Chandler, Aaron Chaptial, Lionel Charalaghi, Kambakhsh Chinn, Conor Civitarese, Danny Clarke, Phillip Clausen, Ole Coates, Phil Colaizzo, Jorge Conner, Alex Conner, Eric Contreras, Henry Cordery, Theodore Cortez, Victor Cota, Andrew Coupe, Jeremy Crivello, Mike Cruz, Jared Cremin, Dan *Cremin, Jim Csikesz, Emery Cumplido, Lorenzo

07-08-09 09 67-68-69 95-97 09 70-71-72 77-78-79 05 78 03-04-05-06 78 78 06-07-08-09 79-80-81 78 88-89-90 86-87 69-70 02 06-07-08 66 77 07-08-09 07 08 96-98-99-00 08 72-73 75-76 67 71-72-73

DDD Dagan, Kyle Dahl, Bjorn Dayak, Troy Dawydiak, Eugene DeCroce, Mark DeGeer, Daniel DeGuzman, Jesse Dekkers, Rudy De La Reza Mendez, A. De Leon, Les De Oliveria, Emerson De Roever, Jeroen Delic, Dragan Demissie, Abraham Dessard, Ben Diaz, Salvador Dimitrievski, Nick Dillon, Mark Dimitrakis, Argyris Dineen, Kevin Dineen, Larry Dingle, Mike Dolph, Matt Doyle, John Drong, Werner Dugan, Joe Duny, Francois Duran, Victory

09 75-76-77-78 89 75 84-85-86-87 04-05-06-07 86 66-67-68 72 71-72 05-06 95 72 72 05-06 73-74-75-76 87-88-89 71-72 72 72 69-70-71 89-90 90 85-86-87-88 79 88-89-90 91 69-70

EEE Economy, Neil Eddy, Rafai Egeland, Kevin

88 07-08-09 99

Eidsvik, Dag Eke, Tony Elberse, Jan Elmasri, Omar El Fakiri, Omar Englund, Oscar Estape, Pedro Esteban, Jordi

98 79 79-80-81-82 08-09 95-96-97-98 09 72 97-98

FFF Falch, Eyvind Falleth, Pierre Fedje, Perry Felipe, Luis Fernandez, Carlos Fernandez, George Ferrando, Dan Fletcher, Joe Florival, Raoul Folan, Ken Fonseca, Jose Edwardo Freissen, Hans Fry, Andy

99 94 73-74-75-76 79-80 96-97-98-99 66-67 86-87 92 84-85 90-91-92-93 79 68-69-70-71 77-78-79

GGG Galligan, Mike Garcia, Rafael Garlick, Tim Gausereide, Stein Gerzowski, Sam Giske, Leif Giusti, Tony Gleichenhaus, Joe Gloskowski, Andrew Goldberg, Matt Goldshani, Abrahim Goldsmith, Gabe Gong, Scott Gonzalez, Martin Goodemote, Gary Graham, Tony Granados, Oscar Gray, Anthony Gregory, Ken Greaney, Ross

71 83 97-98-99-00 93-94 66-67-68 85 86 87 87-88-89-90 91-92-93 72-73 09 01 73 90-91 76 72-73-74-75 75-76-77-78 67 97

HHH Hagan, Kelly Hague, Torgier Haguen, Arlid Halverson, Kit Hansen, Josh Haugvaldstad, Per Harvard, Dave Harvey, Brian Hasle, Stian Haugan, Arlid Heitman, Leon Heitman, Victory (Werner) Henderson, Jesse Henmo, Ola Hennessey, Brendon Hernandez, Feliciano Hetleoen, Christian Hill-Harill, Mason Hites, Sandor Hoftvedt, Martin Hogan, Kelly Holmes, Ken Holmes, Luke Hoevnic, Tom Hunter, Mike

70-71-72 68 83-84-85 85-86-87-88 00-01-02-03 80-81-82-83 77 70 01 83-84 69-70-71-72 70-71 06-07-08 86-87-88 77-78 69-70 81 01 65-66-67 99 70 85-86-87-88 02-03-04-05 95-96 95-96

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ALL-TIME ROSTER (1966-09) Hyelkema, Gerald

99-00-01 III

Ignacio, Tevis Igwe, Tony Ingles, Enrique Ionescu, George Ivanow, Mike Iversen, Todd Ivarson, Martin

81-82 75-76-77-78 81-82 82 66-67-68-69 89-90-91-92 82-83-84 JJJ

Jacques, Frank Jarrett, Hunter Jepsen, Thomas Jensen, Brandon Jonsson, Peter

67 07-08-09 98 96-97-98-99 92

KKKK Kald, Tomas Kaliszewski, Paul Kane, Mody Kardzair, Aram Kardzair, Raffi Katzeff, Jerry Keller, Oliver Kelly, Kevin Kelly, Tim Kendro, Justin Kent, Tyler Keyes, Jordan Kirsten, Brent Kinyon, John Kirsten, Brent Klevberg, Inge Kodani, Stacy Kodzoman, Mattias Kolovos, Cameron Korn, Paul Kounalakis, Nick Kowalski, Julian Kreichbaumer, Andrew Kristensson, Anders Kurtz-Reyes, David Kvarne, Gunnar

96-97 02-03 00 79-80-81-82 90-91-92 66 89-90 70 92 07-08-09 98-00 04-05-06-07 93 86-87-88-89 92-93-94 97-98 01-02-03 95-96-97 02-03-04-05 72-73-74-75 01-02-03 85-86-87 88-89-90-91 83-84-85 94-95 82

LLL Lambridis, Nick Languis, Matt Larsen, Per Christian Larsen, Vidar Laurel, Mike Lazzara, Kelly Lebeck, Dave Le Favre, Luis Le Favre, Jorge Leles, Jeff Lemoine, Erik Leopold, Jeff Leroy, Knut Levi, Jonathan Lier, Bjorn Lilly, Aleko Lindstorm, Per Long, Kevin Long, Rich Lopez, Eleazar Lopez-Contreras, Luis Loughborough, Tom Low, Kenneth Lucchetta, Marco Lugo, Antonio

77-78-79-80 03-04-05-06 96-97-98-99 80-81-82-83 66-67-68 09 75 71-72 73-74 06-07 94-95-96 84-85-86-88 91-92 08-09 00-01-02 00 80 03-04-05-06 90 78 66 01 97-98 84-85-86-87 72

Lyster, Johny

90

MMM Mackbee, Mark Mackintosh, Clark MacRenato, Ternot Madu, Sylvanus Magalhaes, Luis Filipe Magalhaes, Robert Major, Walter Mallia, Joseph Manone, Mile Mansfield, Cody Marcu, Radu Marinescu, Tiberiu Marston, Christian Martin, David Martinez, Chris Matthews, Jim Mazariego, Derrick Medina, Al Medina, Anthony Mejia, Bill Mendosa, Alfredo Meyer, Mark McDonald, Brandon McDonald, Chris McEnery, Tim McEvoy, Brian McKay, Josh McKeown, Ron *McKeown, Greg McKinney, John McMullen, Jonathan McNulty, Conor Mejia, Bill Mejivar, Jaime Michelagnoli, Miguel Miklewright, John Miller, Phil Miranda, Raphael Montes, Alex Mora, John Morante, David Morgan, Bill Morris, Bill Muleady, Mark Mulder, John Mullen, Brian Murphy, Bernie Murphy, Don Murphy, Joe Musilek, Stanislau Myrengett, Helge

80-81-82-83 02-03 66 69-70 78-79 82-83-84-85 84 07 05 07 93-94 97-98-99-00 80-81 02-03-04-05 05-06 88-89-90 07 71 99-00-01 71 84 87-88 04-05-06-07 93-94-95-96 86-87-88-89 08-09 92-93-94 73 75-76 72 07-08 98-99-00-01 72 73 78 71-72-73-74 71 77-78 67-68 89-90-91-92 90-91-92-93 87-88 83 02-03-04 84 95-96-97 84-85-86-87 84-85-86-87 85-86-87 79-80-81-82 84-85-86

NNN Najmeh, Samir Nakada, Hideki Narvestad, Theo Nielson, Erik Nole, Adolfo Nordvik, Jan Nowak, Adam Nudell, Noah Nwosu, Alex

09 02 83-84-85-86 80-81-82-83 73 88-89-90-91 08-09 05 76-77-78-79 OOO

Oakes, Ryan Ochoa, Fernando Ochoa, Salvador O’Donnell, Daniel Odyie, Goodwin

DON OF A NEW ERA

03 72 69-70 06-07-08-09 78-79

Okoro, Marcellinus Olavsen, Dag Olavson, Mats Ooft, Harold Ortiz, Eric Osiander, Lothar Osterman, Seth

72 77-78-79-80 01-02-03-04 90 01-02-03 65-66-67 88-89-90

PPP Panayides, Antonios Paolini, Mario Papazoglu, Kiriako Parrienello, Jim Pelaez, Martin Penna, Jeff Perez, Alvaro Perez, Javier Phillips, Sean Pires, Fabio Pirinjian, Misak Plageman, Fred *Plasencia, F. Javier Ponce, Andres Povey, Jonathan Powell, Mark Pressentin, Pat Pribilovics, Istvan Price, David Psaras, Ted

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RRR Rangel, Ed Rapp, Bill Ratzburg, Keith Reaves, Rick Reddy, Nakal Renaghan, Tyler Rodrigues, Rudy Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Junior Robustoff, Alex Robustoff, Archie Robustoff, Constantin Roccanova, Paul Roche, Mal Rodd, Chris Roden, Chris Rodke, Clyde Rodriguez, Jaime Rood, Gabriel Roozen, Brent Rosales, Fernando Roslund, Brendan Ross, Mike Royce, Gary Rueda, Alberto Ruiz, Ed Ruiz, Pancho Russell, Jeff Ruthven, Tyler

66 70-71-72-73 95-96-97 73 77 02-03 69 04-05 93 68-69-70-71 72-73 67-68-69 05 75-76 07 98-99-00-01 75 08 98-99-00 00-01 68-69-70 09 04-05 66-67-68 95 82-83-84 71 05-06-07-08 06

SSS Sablo, Angelo Sagastume, Edgar Sagastume, Luis Sagastume, Mario San Martin, Carlos Sandhu, Singh Santome, Jorge Saunders, Jo Jo Serafini, Franco Serafini, Sergio

89-90-91-92 68-69-70-71 66 69-70-71 68-69-70 81-82 97-98-99-00 79-80 95 97

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ALL-TIME ROSTER (1966-09) Schardt, Fred Schifloe, Jan Helge Schirt, Robbie Schlumpf, Kyle Schonbeck, Bjorn Schwarze, Chris Schweitzer, Andre Sciaroni, Franco Scmidtke, Thomas Sharp, Travis Siddons, Peter Simpson, Kimtai Simpson, Shani Simpson, Yuri Silva, Jesus Silva, Raymond Sjogrell, Anders Skabo, Kevin Skagen, Bjorn Skaug, Jan Erik Slubowski, Damien Smith, Robert Snyder, Matthew Spaudling, Scott Spears, John Soebye, Staale Solberg, Cato Soucy, Bob Spalarossa, Silvio Stave, Andreas Stromsmo, Ivar Stuart, Neil Suer, Omar Suffle, Tony Suryan, Kyle Stuart, Ben Stuart, Neil Studholme, Ben Sturm, Gabe Svans, Vito Sveen, Mikael Sveen, Tor

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Verner, Albert Villaflor, Ben Vipavetz, Kris Visser, Eric Vodopals, Erik Vukic, George

69-70 02-03 88-89-90-91 78-79-80-81 94-95 84-85-87-88

WWW Warren, Justin Warren, Peter Watkins, Shane Weaver, Tim Weinryt, Jared Weldearegai, Tilahun Wells, Justin Wennberg, Victor Werner, Albert Werner, Jason Westby, Petter Wescott, Jason Wescott, Marc Whelan, Shea White, Marquis Williams, Leon Woodhouse, Todd Wollerman, Cole Wyatt, Al

07-08-09 77 93-94-95-96 93-94-95-96 02 75-77-78 00 08-09 69-70-71 94-95 88 92-93-94-95 95-96-97 06 89-90 08-09 91-92 04 85

YYY Yantos, Christopher

97-98-99

ZZZ Zadeyan, Ankist Zidek, Carlos Zopfi, Peter

92-93 71-72 75

TTT Tabarez, Anibal Taylor, Zach Thompson, Scott Tsacle, Al Toledo, Alex Torgersen, Morten Torkelsen, Steven Touton, Eric Trejo, Carlos Tronstadt, Bjorn Tronstadt, Tom Tuntland, Ola Tvedt, Kjell

68-69-70 89-90-91-92 91-92-93-94 66-67 67 99 84-85-86-87 00 72 79-80-81 73-74-75-76 90-91-92 74-75-76-77 UUU

Ugarte, Emilo Uhl, Geremy

69 03-04-05-06

VVV Valentino, Rob Van Straatum, Glen Vancura, Bryan Vandenberg, Greg Vanderheyden, Theo Van Vleet, Bill Varas, Mike Vaughn, Jacob Vaughn, Zack

04-05-06-07 79-80-81-82 05-06-07-08 91-92-93 73 07-08 01-02-03-04 98-99-00 95-96-97-98

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1966 NCAA CHAMPS

1966 RECORD USF 6 7 5 5 9 5 3 2 1 2 2 2 5

Opponents Alumni ............................................... 2 Merrit College ................................... 4 University of Pacific .......................... 0 San Francisco State ......................... 0 UC Davis........................................... 0 Chico State ....................................... 0 Stanford ............................................ 1 San Jose State ................................. 1 California........................................... 1 San Jose State* ................................ 1 St. Louis* .......................................... 1 Army! ................................................ 0 Long Island$ ..................................... 2

1966 SCORING Goals Eduardo Rangel.............................................. 21 Sandor Hites ................................................... 12 Luis Sagastume ................................................ 8 Henry Contreras ............................................... 6 Rudolphus Dekkers .......................................... 2 Lothar Osiander ................................................ 1 Alfred Tsacle .................................................... 1 Record: Won 12, Lost 0, Tied 1 Colors: Green and Gold

*NCAA Tournament !NCAA Semifinals $NCAA Finals

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RESULTS - 1966-80 1973 (15-1-1) Westmont College ..................... W Menlo College............................ W San Francisco State .................. W Chico State ................................ W Hayward State ........................... W Stanford ..................................... W UCLA ......................................... T UC Davis ................................... W Fresno State .............................. W Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W Sacramento State ...................... W Santa Clara................................ W Humboldt State .......................... W California ................................... W San Jose State .......................... W Santa Clara................................ W UCLA ......................................... L

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

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Dag Olavsen in action during 1977 NCAA Tournament 1966 (12-0-1) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Alumni........................................ W Merritt ........................................ W Pacific ........................................ W San Francisco State .................. W UC Davis ................................... W Chico State ................................ W Stanford ..................................... W San Jose State .......................... W Cal ............................................. T San Jose State$ ........................ W St. Louis$................................... W Army$ ........................................ W Long Island$! ............................. W

6-2 7-4 5-0 5-0 9-0 5-0 3-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 2-0 5-2

1967 (10-2-0) Alumni........................................ W 2-1 Menlo College............................ W 5-1 San Francisco State .................. W 5-0 San Jose State .......................... L 1-2 Pacific ........................................ W 6-0 Stanford ..................................... W 13-2 Cal ............................................. W 3-1 Santa Clara................................ W 3-0 Chico State ................................ W 6-0 UC Davis ................................... W 5-0 UCLA$ ....................................... W 1-0 San Jose State$ ........................ L (pk) 3-3

1968 (11-3-0) CC San Francisco ..................... W Pacific ........................................ W San Francisco State .................. W Menlo College............................ W Merritt College ........................... W Univ. British Columbia ............... L Cal ............................................. W Santa Clara................................ W Naval Postgraduate School ....... W Stanford ..................................... W Cal ............................................. W San Jose State .......................... L Washington$ .............................. W Air Force$ .................................. L

3-0 10-0 4-0 7-0 8-2 1-3 9-0 4-1 4-1 6-1 10-0 1-2 16-0 2-3

1969 (15-2-3) NATIONAL RUNNER-UP Naval Postgraduate School ....... W 7-3 Menlo College............................ W 7-3 Merritt College ........................... W 3-0 CC San Francisco ..................... W 12-0 Saint Mary’s ............................... W 12-0 Pacific ........................................ W 8-0 San Francisco State .................. W 7-0 Santa Clara................................ W 5-1 San Jose State .......................... W 4-3 Univ. British Columbia ............... T 1-1 Santa Clara................................ W 4-0 Stanford ..................................... W 2-0 Chico State ................................ T 3-3 Cal ............................................. W 1-0 San Jose State .......................... L 1-3 Chico State$ .............................. W 2-0 San Diego State$ ...................... W(pk)2-2 San Jose State$ ........................ W 3-1 Maryland$ .................................. W 1-0 St. Louis$!.................................. L 0-4

1970 (10-1-4) SF Athletic Club ......................... W San Francisco Scots.................. T Naval Postgraduate School ....... W Skyline College .......................... W Menlo College............................ W San Francisco State .................. W Saint Mary’s ............................... W Univ. British Columbia ............... T Pacific ........................................ W Cal ............................................. W San Jose State .......................... T Santa Clara................................ T Stanford ..................................... W UCLA$ ....................................... L

3-1 3-3 8-1 2-1 10-0 10-1 7-1 2-2 7-1 6-1 2-2 1-1 3-1 2-

1971 (13-3-0) Westmont College ..................... W San Francisco State .................. W Univ. British Columbia ............... L Pacific ........................................ W Saint Mary’s ............................... W UC Davis ................................... W San Jose State .......................... W Stanford ..................................... W UCLA ......................................... W Cal State Fullerton ..................... W Cal ............................................. W Santa Clara................................ W Chico State ................................ L San Jose State$ ........................ W UCLA$ ....................................... W St. Louis$................................... L

3-1 9-1 0-1 4-1 13-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 4-0 2-0 2-4 3-2 6-2 2-3

1972 (6-5-1) Sacramento State ...................... W St. Louis..................................... L St. Louis..................................... L Univ. British Columbia ............... T San Francisco State .................. L Pacific ........................................ W UCLA ......................................... L USC ........................................... W Cal ............................................. W Stanford ..................................... W Santa Clara................................ W San Jose State .......................... L

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

Canada College ......................... W San Francisco State .................. W Skyline College .......................... W Cal State Hayward..................... W Westmont College ..................... W Stanford ..................................... T Fresno State .............................. W Seattle Pacific ............................ T Seattle ....................................... W Washington ................................ L Santa Clara................................ T Menlo College............................ W Santa Clara................................ W Sacramento State ...................... W University of Pacific ................... W UCLA ......................................... L Pepperdine ................................ W UC Davis ................................... W Chico State ................................ W California ................................... W San Jose State .......................... W Chico State ................................ W UCLA ......................................... L

3-1 4-0 6-1 5-1 6-1 2-2 10-1 3-3 5-1 2-5 1-1 6-1 5-2 9-2 4-0 0-2 10-0 3-1 2-1 4-1 4-0* 5-2* 0-1*

1975 (21-1-2) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS St. Louis University .................... W Philadelphia Textile .................... L San Francisco State .................. W Brigham Young University ......... W Cal State Los Angeles ............... W Sacramento State ...................... W Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W UCLA ......................................... W Westmont College ..................... W Cal State Fullerton ..................... W UC Davis .................................. W Stanford ..................................... W California ................................... W Washington ................................ W San Jose State .......................... T Santa Clara................................ W Chico State ................................ T Fresno State .............................. W Cal State Hayward..................... W USC ........................................... W UCLA ......................................... W Cal State Fullerton ..................... W Brown ........................................ W Southern Illinois ......................... W

5-2 2-4 3-1 6-2 6-0 8-0 8-0 5-2 1-0 3-1 3-1 5-0 7-0 10-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 4-0 3-0 2-1 4-1* 3-2* 2-1* 4-0*

1976 (20-2-3) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Westmont College ..................... W San Francisco State .................. W at Sacramento State .................. w St. Louis University (@S.J.)....... T Stanford (@S.J.) ........................ W San Jose State .......................... L Cal State Fullerton ..................... T at Simon-Fraser Univ. ................ W at Washington ........................... L California ................................... W UC Davis ................................... W Fresno State .............................. W at Univ. of the Pacific ................. W at Stanford ................................. T San Diego State ........................ W Cal State Hayward..................... W Brigham Young Univ. ................. W U.S. International ....................... W at Santa Clara............................ W at UC Santa Barbara ................. W at USC ....................................... W at UCLA ..................................... W San Jose State .......................... W Clemson .................................... W Indiana ....................................... W

6-1 11-0 9-0 1-1 4-0 0-1 1-1 2-0 1-3 5-2 1-0 5-1 11-0 4-4 4-1 2-0 4-1 4-0 5-0 3-1 2-0 1-0 5-0* 1-0* 1-0*

1977 (25-4-1) NATIONAL RUNNER-UP UC Davis ................................... W Portland ..................................... W Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W St. Louis..................................... L Indiana ....................................... T

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Brown ........................................ L Connecticut................................ W Maryland .................................... W Loyola (MD) ............................... L Brigham Young .......................... W Cal State Hayward..................... W San Jose State .......................... W UC Santa Barbara ..................... W Simon Fraser ............................. W UCLA ......................................... W San Francisco State .................. W Westmont College ..................... W Cal State Los Angeles ............... W USC ........................................... W UCLA ......................................... W San Diego State ........................ W Sacramento State ...................... W Santa Clara................................ W Stanford ..................................... W California ................................... W Cal State Fullerton .................... W Air Force .................................... W UCLA ......................................... W Southern Illinois ......................... W Hartwick College........................ L

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

1978 (28-1-0) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Chico State ................................ W San Francisco State .................. W Portland ..................................... W Washington ................................ W Univ. of Pacific ........................... W Brigham Young Univ. ................. W St. Louis University .................... W Indiana ....................................... L Sacramento State ...................... W St. Joseph's ............................... W Lafayette .................................... W Penn State ................................. W Fresno State .............................. W UCLA ........................................ W Westmont College ..................... W San Jose State .......................... W UC Davis ................................... W UCLA ......................................... W USC ........................................... W California ................................... W Stanford ..................................... W St. Mary's College ..................... W San Diego State ........................ W Santa Clara................................ W Seattle ...................................... W Stanford ..................................... W Clemson .................................... W Indiana ....................................... W

3-2 5-1 8-0 1-0 11-0 2-0 3-2 1-2 4-0 4-0 2-0 2-0 4-0 3-0 2-1 5-2 4-1 3-2 6-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 2-0 2-1 6-0 6-3 2-1* 2-0*

1979 (23-3-1) Nevada-Las Vegas .................... W San Francisco State .................. W Alabama A&M ............................ L Southern Illinois ......................... W Portland ..................................... W Santa Clara................................ L Sacramento State ...................... W Menlo College............................ W Humboldt State .......................... W Rhode Island ............................. W Connecticut................................ W Brown ........................................ W Boston College .......................... T St. Mary's .................................. W USC ........................................... W San Jose State .......................... W Cal State Fullerton ..................... W Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W Fresno Pacific ............................ W Fresno State .............................. W UC Davis ................................... W Washington ................................ W Stanford ..................................... W UCLA ......................................... W California ................................... W Santa Clara................................ W Southern Illinois ......................... L

8-0 4-1 1-4 3-2 3-1 2-3 7-0 9-0 9-0 4-2 4-3 4-1 0-0 23-0 3-1 3-2 4-1 12-0 5-0 2-0 3-2 5-1 4-3 4-1 2-0 3-2* 2-4*

1980 (23-0-2) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Brigham Young .......................... W Fresno Pacific ............................ W U.S. International Univ. .............. W Cal State Fullerton (n) ............... W at Stanford ................................. W Sacramento State ...................... W Westmont College ..................... W at Univ. of the Pacific ................. W at St. Mary's ............................... W San Francisco State .................. T at Southern Illinois ..................... W at St. Louis................................. W California ................................... W at USC ....................................... W at UCLA ..................................... T at San Diego State .................... W UC Santa Barbara ..................... W at San Jose State ...................... W UC Davis ................................... W at Santa Clara............................ W Fresno State .............................. W

5-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 5-0 5-0 3-0 9-1 6-0 4-4 2-1 1-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 4-0 3-1 7-1 3-0 4-1


RESULTS - 1980-99 UCLA ......................................... W 2-1* at St. Louis................................. W 3-2* Alabama A&M (n) ...................... W 2-1* Indiana (n) ................................. W 4-3(ot)

1981 (17-2-2) at Indiana ................................... L at Air Force ................................ W Cal State Northridge .................. W San Francisco State .................. W Connecticut................................ W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... T San Diego State ........................ L UCLA ......................................... W at Navy ...................................... W at Old Dominion ......................... W St. Mary's ................................... W at California ............................... W San Jose State .......................... W at Santa Barbara ....................... T Cal State Fullerton ..................... W Loyola Marymount (wcc) ........... W Portland (wcc)............................ W Stanford ..................................... W at Fresno State .......................... W San Diego State (forfeit) ............ W

1-2 3-1 3-1 4-0 2-1 2-2 0-2 2-0 4-2 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 0-0 2-1 7-1 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0*

1982 (19-2-4) UC Santa Barbara ..................... W at Chico State ............................ W Indiana ....................................... W San Diego State ........................ L Fullerton State ........................... W at Connecticut............................ T at Boston College ...................... T at Boston University................... W at Brigham Young Univ. ............. W St. Mary's .................................. W at Santa Clara (wcc) .................. W California ................................... W U.S. International ....................... W at Cal State Los Angeles ........... W at UCLA ..................................... W at Pacific .................................... W at Stanford ................................. T San Francisco State .................. W Loyola Marymount (wcc) ........... W Portland (wcc)............................ W at San Jose State ...................... W Fresno State .............................. T Washington (pk) ........................ W at San Diego State .................... W at Southern Illinois .................... L

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

1983 (19-6-0) UC Santa Barbara ..................... W +Brigham Young ........................ W +Virginia..................................... W Long Island (n)........................... W at Indiana ................................... L UCLA ......................................... L Cal State Los Angeles ............... W at San Francisco State .............. W Southern Methodist ................... W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... W Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W Cal State Hayward..................... W at San Diego State .................... W at Cal State Fullerton ................. W at Fresno State .......................... W San Jose State .......................... L Nevada-Las Vegas .................... L at St. Mary's ............................... W Loyola Marymount (wcc) ........... W Portland (wcc)............................ W Stanford ..................................... W at California ............................... L UCLA ......................................... W at Nevada-Las Vegas ................ W at Virginia................................... L

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

1984 (15-6-3) U.S. International ....................... W Air Force .................................... T +Tampa...................................... W +Indiana..................................... L at San Jose State ...................... W San Francisco State .................. W at Southern Methodist ............... L St. Louis (n) ............................... T Washington ................................ L San Diego State ........................ W at UC-Santa Barbara ................. T at UCLA ..................................... L Cal State Hayward..................... W at Santa Clara............................ W at Stanford ................................. W California ................................... W Cal State Fullerton ..................... W St. Mary's ................................... T San Diego (wcc) ........................ W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... L Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W Fresno State .............................. W at Nevada-Las Vegas ................ W at UCLA ..................................... L

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

1985 (12-6-3) Penn State (n) ........................... W No. Carolina State (n) ................ L +Southern Methodist ................. W +St. Louis .................................. T UCLA ......................................... L UC Santa Barbara ..................... W at Air Force ................................ T Creighton (n).............................. W Cal State Hayward..................... T Nevada Las Vegas .................... L at San Diego State .................... W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... W Stanford ..................................... L San Francisco State .................. W San Jose State .......................... W at Fresno State .......................... L Univ. of the Pacific ..................... W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... W Portland (wcc)............................ W at St. Mary's ............................... W at California ............................... L

3-2 2-3 1-0 0-0 2-3 7-1 1-1 8-0 1-1 1-2 4-3 3-1 1-2 3-0 2-0 0-1 16-1 2-1 3-2 2-1 0-2

1986 (17-3-4) at Cal State Hayward................. W Akron (n) .................................... T Florida International (n) ............. W +Air Force .................................. W +St. Louis .................................. L San Francisco State .................. W at Cal State Los Angeles ........... W at UCLA ..................................... T Alabama A&M (n) ...................... W New Mexico (n).......................... W at Nevada-Las Vegas ................ T Cal Poly SLO ............................. W Fresno State .............................. W UC Santa Barbara ..................... W at Santa Clara............................ W at San Jose State ...................... W St. Mary's ................................... W at Stanford ................................. W California ................................... L Washington (n) .......................... W at U.S. International ................... T Portland (wcc)............................ W San Diego (wcc) ........................ W at Fresno State .......................... L

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

1987 (14-5-3) San Jose State .......................... W No. Texas State (n) .................... W Wisconsin-Green Bay (n) .......... W +New Mexico ............................. W +Connecticut ............................. W San Francisco State .................. W at Sacramento State .................. W San Diego State ........................ W at Fresno State .......................... W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... T Stanford ..................................... L Washington ............................... W at Nevada-Las Vegas ................ L St. Louis (n) ............................... T at Southern Methodist ............... L UCLA ......................................... L U.S. International ....................... W at St. Mary's ............................... W at California ............................... W San Diego (wcc) ........................ W Santa Clara (wcc) ...................... T at Nevada-Las Vegas ................ L

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

1988 (14-5-2) at Portland# ............................... L Washington (n) .......................... W at Sonoma State ........................ T +Loyola (MD) ............................. W +Southern Methodist ................. W Cal State Los Angeles ............... W Sacramento State ...................... W at Boston University................... L at Connecticut............................ L Fresno State .............................. W St. Mary's# ................................. W at Santa Clara#.......................... W Nevada Las Vegas .................... W at Stanford ................................. L at UCLA ..................................... L Loyola Marymount# ................... W San Diego# ................................ W Air Force .................................... T California ................................... W U.S. International ....................... W San Jose State .......................... W

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

1989 (9-10-2) at San Jose State ...................... W +Seton Hall ................................ W +Indiana..................................... L U.S. International ....................... W Akron (n) .................................... T South Florida (n) ........................ W UCLA ......................................... L at Fresno State .......................... L Cal State Los Angeles ............... W Fordham (n) ............................... W at Loyola (MD) ........................... W

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

Loyola Marymount# ................... W at St. Mary's# ............................. L Virginia (n) ................................. L Illinois State (n) .......................... T at Portland# ............................... L Stanford ..................................... W at San Diego State .................... L at San Diego# ............................ L Santa Clara................................ L California ................................... L

9-0 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-1 2-1 0-3 0-2 0-2 0-1

1990 (11-8-3) Sonoma State ............................ W San Francisco State .................. W Cal State Hayward..................... W at Indiana ................................... T St. Louis (n) ............................... L +Hartford ................................... W +Evansville ................................ L Cal Poly SLO ............................. W at UCLA ..................................... T at Loyola Marymount# ............... W San Diego# ................................ W St. Mary's# ................................. L South Carolina (n) ..................... L Boston University (n) ................. L Duke (n) ..................................... L Wisconsin-Green Bay ................ W Fresno State .............................. T at Portland# ............................... L San Jose State .......................... W California ................................... W at Stanford ................................. W at Santa Clara............................ L

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

1991 (17-4-0) at San Jose State ...................... W CS Fullerton (n) ......................... W Sacramento State ...................... W San Francisco State .................. W +Marquette ................................ W +Florida International................. W at Fresno State .......................... L Humboldt State .......................... W So. Carolina (n) ......................... L So. Alabama (n) ......................... W Loyola Marymount# ................... W Texas Christian (n)..................... W CS Northridge (n) ...................... W UCLA ......................................... W Santa Clara#.............................. W at San Diego# ............................ W at St. Mary's# ............................. W Stanford ..................................... L Portland# ................................... W at California ............................... W at Fresno State .......................... L

2-0 2-1 4-0 5-0 2-1 4-3 0-3 2-1 0-2 1-0 7-0 3-1 2-1 1-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-3 1-0 2-0 0-1*

1992 (9-7-4) Seattle University....................... L San Francisco St. ...................... W +NC-Greensboro ....................... W + NC-Charlotte .......................... W at UCLA ..................................... L at Loyola Marymount# ............... W CS-Northridge............................ W Fresno State .............................. T San Jose State .......................... W So. Florida (n) ............................ L Geo. Wash (n). .......................... W at Portland# ............................... L San Diego# ................................ L Air Force .................................... L at Stanford ................................. T California ................................... W Indiana (n) ................................. T SMU (n) ..................................... L St. Mary's# ................................. T at Santa Clara#.......................... W

1995 (9-7-4) Lafayette (@Loyola-MD) ........... W at Loyola-MD ............................. W +Dartmouth................................ W +Creighton ................................. L UCLA ......................................... L California ................................... T San Jose State .......................... L Massachusetts (@Stanford) ...... L Old Dominion (@Stanford) ........ W ot Virginia....................................... L Richmond (@St. Mary's) ........... L #Gonzaga .................................. W #Portland ................................... W Stanford ..................................... W ot #at San Diego ............................ L #at Loyola Marymount ............... W #Santa Clara.............................. L at Fresno State .......................... W #at St. Mary's ............................. W

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

1996 (9-9-2) Fresno State .............................. L Boston College (@UConn) ........ W at Connecticut............................ L +Navy ........................................ W +Wake Forest ............................ L San Jose State .......................... L at UCLA ..................................... L CS Fullerton (@SCU) ................ W So. Caroliba (@SCU) ................ W #San Diego ................................ W CS Northridge ............................ W at Stanford ................................. T #Loyola Marymount ................... W #St. Mary's ................................. W #at Gonzaga .............................. L #at Portland ............................... L #at Santa Clara.......................... L ot California ................................... W ot Sacramento State ...................... L

UC Santa Barbara ..................... W at Creighton ............................... L Drake (at Creighton) .................. W +Holy Cross ............................... L +DePaul..................................... W UCLA ......................................... L at San Jose State ...................... W CS Northridge (at SCU) ............. W William & Mary (at SCU)............ L ot Dominican.................................. W at Fresno State .......................... L at Loyola Marymount ................. W at San Diego .............................. W Portland ..................................... L Gonzaga .................................... L at St. Mary's ............................... L ot California ................................... L Stanford (at Cal) ........................ W Santa Clara................................ L at Washington ............................ L

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

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

1998 (5-14-1) 3-3 5-1 3-3 0-1 4-5 4-1 2-1 2-1 3-2 4-2 1-1 3-0 2-1 2-2 2-0 4-0 0-2 2-1 2-1 2-1 0-1

at Wake Forest .......................... L No. Carolina (@Wake F.)........... L +Air Force .................................. L +Xavier ...................................... L Washington ................................ L at UCLA ..................................... L at Stanford ................................. L Fresno State .............................. W Maryland (@Santa Clara) .......... L CS Northridge (Santa Clara) ..... L San Diego .................................. L Pennsylvania ............................. W Loyola Marymount ..................... T St. Mary's ................................... W at Sacramento State .................. W at Gonzaga ................................ L at Portland ................................. W at Santa Clara............................ L San Jose State .......................... L California ................................... L

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

at California ............................... L New Mexico (@Airforce)............ L at Air Force ................................ W +Loyola-Chi. .............................. W

1994 (9-7-4) California ................................... W at San Jose State ...................... L +So. Alabama ............................ L +Connecticut ............................. W

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

1997 (9-11-0) 1-2 6-0 4-0 4-1 0-5 5-0 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-3 2-0 0-2 1-2 3-4 1-1 4-0 1-1 1-2 1-1 2-1

1993 (13-4-4) Stanford University .................... T Sacramento State ...................... W +Wisc-Green Bay ...................... T +Loyola (MD) ............................. L at Fresno State .......................... L NC-Charlotte @UNCG .............. W at NC Greensboro ..................... W UCLA ......................................... W St. Louis @Stanford .................. W UC Irvine @Stanford ................. W at California ............................... T #Gonzaga .................................. W #at St. Mary's ............................. W #Portland ................................... T Cal Poly SLO ............................. W #at Loyola Marymount ............... W #at San Diego ............................ L #Santa Clara.............................. W *Santa Clara .............................. W *St. Louis ................................... W *CS-Fullerton ............................. L

Fresno State .............................. L Wisc. Green Bay........................ T Wisc Milwaukee (@WGB) ......... L at UCLA ..................................... L Akron (@Stanford) .................... T Rhode Island (@Stanford) ......... W Alabama A&M ............................ L #San Diego ................................ W #Loyola Marymount ................... W at Stanford ................................. W #at Gonzaga .............................. W #at Portland ............................... W #at Santa Clara.......................... T #St. Mary's ................................. W *at Fresno State......................... T *at CS Fullerton ......................... L

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

1999 (10-9-1) 0-1 1-2 4-3 1-0

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RESULTS - 2000-09 +CS Northridge ......................... W Hofstra ....................................... W UCLA ......................................... L Stanford ..................................... W Sacramento St (@SCU) ............ L San Diego St. (@SCU) .............. L at Fresno State .......................... W at San Diego .............................. L at Loyola Marymount ................. W Portland ..................................... L at San Jose St. .......................... W Gonzaga .................................... L Stanislaus State......................... W Santa Clara................................ L at St. Mary's ............................... W

2-1 2-1 1-3 2-1 1-2 1-3 1-0 0-1 2-1 0-3 3-2 3-5 9-0 0-1 1-0

UC Santa Barbara ..................... T ot at Santa Clara............................ L Loyola Marymount ..................... L ot San Diego .................................. W at Gonzaga ................................ W at Portland ................................. W at St. Mary's ............................... W St. Mary's ................................... W Santa Clara................................ W at Loyola Marymount ................. W at San Diego .............................. L ot Portland ..................................... W Gonzaga .................................... W Wisc-Milwaukee (NCAA) ........... L

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

Dominican University ................. W vs. New Hampshire (@ Vermont) T o2 at Vermont ................................. L California .................................. L at Stanford ................................. W +San Jose State ........................ W +Florida International................. W at Saint Mary's ........................... L at Loyola Marymount ................. W at San Diego .............................. W Gonzaga .................................... T o2 Portland ..................................... L o2 Santa Clara................................ T o2 at Santa Clara............................ L UC Riverside ............................. W o2 Saint Mary's ............................... W Loyola Marymount ..................... W San Diego .................................. T o2 at Portland ................................. W o2 at Gonzaga ................................ W at So. Methodist (NCAA) ........... L

2000 (8-10-2) at Loyola Chicago ...................... L Detroit (@LC) ............................ W ot at Sacramento St. ...................... T +Cal Poly ................................... W +Alabama A&M.......................... T at Stanford ................................. L San Jose State .......................... L at UCLA ..................................... L at California ............................... W Missouri-KC (at SCU) ................ W Fresno State .............................. L ot CS Northridge ............................ W Loyola Marymount ..................... W San Diego .................................. L Dominican University ................. W at Oregon State ......................... L at Gonzaga ................................ L St. Mary's ................................... W at Santa Clara............................ L at Portland ................................. L 0-3 .............................................

2001 (7-10-1) CS Stanislaus ............................ W San Francisco State .................. W +UCLA ....................................... L +Oregon State ........................... W Marquette .................................. L ot Long Island University ............... W at San Jose State ...................... W Sacramento State ...................... T California ................................... L at Fresno State .......................... W Stanford ..................................... L Dominican.................................. W Santa Clara................................ L 2ot Portland ..................................... L Gonzaga .................................... L at San Diego .............................. L at Loyola Marymount ................. L at St. Mary's ............................... L

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

2003 (9-10-1) Cal State Northridge .................. L Dominican University ................. W at Florida Int'l. ............................ L vs. Central Florida ..................... L +California ................................. L +Holy Cross ............................... W vs. Geo. Washington ................. W vs. CS Monterey Bay ................. W Columbia ................................... L vs. Fresno State ........................ L Sacramento State ...................... W at San Jose State ...................... L Santa Clara................................ L at Loyola Marymount ................. W ot at San Diego .............................. L at St. Mary's ............................... W at UC Santa Barbara ................. L ot Illinois-Chicago .......................... W Portland ..................................... T ot Gonzaga .................................... W

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

2004 (14-5-1) UC Davis ................................... W at UMass ................................... W vs. Yale (@Brown) ..................... W ot at Brown .................................... L vs. Davidson (@SCU) ............... W vs. San Jose State (@SCU) ...... W

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2005 (11-6-4) 2-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 1-0 3-1 3-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-3 1-0 4-1 2-1 0-0 3-2 2-0 1-2

2009 (7-10-2) UMKC ........................................ W at New Mexico ........................... W Sacramento State ...................... L #7 Cal ........................................ L at Stanford ................................. L ot San Jose State .......................... W ot #25 Brown ................................. T at Loyola Marymount ................. L ot at San Diego .............................. L Santa Clara................................ W at Saint Mary’s ........................... L ot #22 Portland .............................. W Gonzaga .................................... L #19 San Diego ........................... L Loyola Marymount ..................... W at Santa Clara............................ L Saint Mary’s ............................... T ot at Gonzaga ................................ W at Portland ................................. L

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

NCAA wins only in W-L record All scores not available +-USF Classic (n)-neutral site

2006 (12-7-1) 4-0 3-0 0-4 1-0 2-3 2-1 5-2 1-1 1-2 3-2 1-3 2-0 1-2 1-2 0-2 0-2 1-4 1-4

2002 (10-8-1) Dominican College .................... W at Memphis ................................ L 2ot Drury (at Memphis) .................... W UC Irvine.................................... L San Jose State .......................... W CS Fullerton (at Santa Clara) .... L at California ............................... L Fresno State .............................. W +Harvard ................................... W +Brown ...................................... W at Sacramento State .................. L St. Mary’s................................... W Notre Dame de Namur .............. W at Gonzaga ................................ W at Portland ................................. W Loyola Marymount ..................... L ot San Diego .................................. L Santa Clara................................ L at UCLA ..................................... T 2ot

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

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

California (No. 14) ..................... W Stanford ..................................... W San Jose State .......................... W at Penn State ............................. W vs. Ohio State ............................ T o2 at Cal State Northridge .............. W at UCLA ..................................... L at Saint Mary's ........................... L Santa Clara................................ L Gonzaga .................................... W Portland ..................................... W ot at Loyola Marymount ................. W at San Diego .............................. W at Santa Clara............................ L Saint Mary's ............................... W at Portland ................................. L at Gonzaga ................................ L o2 San Diego .................................. W Loyola Marymount ..................... W o2 New Mexico (NCAA).................. L

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

Dons Soccer in Sports Illustrated (12/18/78)

2007 (7-11-1) Vermont ..................................... L Alabama A&M ............................ W ot San Jose State .......................... W No. 11 California ........................ W at Stanford ................................. W o2 No. 5 UCLA................................ L New Mexico ............................... L Portland ..................................... L No. 24 Gonzaga ........................ L at No. 4 Santa Clara .................. L at Loyola Marymount ................. W at San Diego .............................. T o2 Saint Mary's ............................... L at Saint Mary's ........................... W at Gonzaga ................................ L at Portland ................................. L No. 3 Santa Clara ...................... L Loyola Marymount ..................... W San Diego .................................. L

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

2008 (9-10-2) at No. 20 Nowrthwestern ........... L 0-1 vs. Northern Illinois .................... L 0-1 at San Jose State ...................... LO2 0-1 Stanford ..................................... L 0-1 UNLV ......................................... T 1-1 Penn State ................................. W 2-0 No. 6 California .......................... L 0-2 at Gonzaga ................................ W 1-0 at Portland ................................. W 1-0 Saint Mary’s ............................... L 1-3 San Diego .................................. L OT 1-2 Loyola Marymount ..................... W 1-0 at Santa Clara............................ T 0-0 Santa Clara................................ W 3-1 Portland ..................................... W 3-0 Gonzaga .................................... L OT 2-3 Academy of Art .......................... W 2-0 at Saint Mary’s ........................... W O2 1-0 at San Diego .............................. W 2-1 at Loyola Marymount .............................L 4-5 at No. 9 California (NCAA) ....................L 0-3

USF won its third NCAA Championship in four years in 1978 with a roster featuring no fewer than 24 international players. Pictured above is All-American Roar Anderson (Norway). Also pictured is current USF head coach Erik Visser, No. 23 (Holland).

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INTERNATIONAL DONS Australia Bradley, Chris Belguim Kristensson, Anders Biafra Madu, Sylvanus Bolivia De La Reza Mendez, A. Pelaez, Martin Brazil Fonseca, Jose Edwardo Magalhae, Luis Filipe Pires, Felipe Canada Bedenikovic, Marko Civitarese, Danny Kaliszewski, Paul Nowak, Adam Price, David China Ivanow, Mike

Fortes, Ludovic Germany Drong, Werner Heitman, Leon Keller, Oliver Osiander, Lothar Scmidke, Thomas Guyana Alphonso, Roger Greece Apostolidis, Kirk Dimitrakis, Argyris Lambridis, Nick Papazoglu, Kiriako Psaras, Ted Guatemala Argueta, Chema Freissen, Hans Sagastume, Edgar Sagastume, Mario

Columbia Arbalaez, Victor Cabrera, Felipe Lugo,Antonio Silva, Jesus

Holland Dekkers, Rudy De Roever, Jeroen Elberse, Jan Niehe, Gijs Ooft, Harold Vanderheyden, Theo Visser, Eric

Crete Panayides, Antonios

Honduras Granados, Oscar

Czechoslovakia Musilek, Stanislau

Hungary Hites, Sandor

Denmark Jepsen, Thomas

Iran Akhbari, Parviz Charalaghi, Kambakhsh Goldshani, Abrahim

Egypt Ahmadein, Nour El Salvador Alvarez, Rafael Diaz, Salvador Ingles, Enrique Rosales, Fernando Trejo, Carlos England Atack, Lee Brooks, John Miklewright, John Holmes, Luke Roche, Mal Warren, Peter Ethiopia Demissie, Abraham Weldearegai, Tilahun Finland Kald, Thomas France Blanson, Thierry Dessard, Ben Duny, Francois

Israel Pirinjian, Misak Italy Bucaioni, Alessio Lucchetta, Marco Jamaica Williams, Leon Japan Eddy, Rafai Liberia Clarke, Phillip Gray, Anthony Mexico Boucsieguez, Urbano Bracamontes, Chuy Cumplido, Lorenzo Estape, Pedro Le Favre, Jorge Le Favre, Luis Ochoa, Fernando Ochoa, Salvador Perez, Alvaro

DON OF A NEW ERA

Nigeria Atuegbu, Andy Atuegbu, Fidelius Boardman, Ken Igwe, Tony Nwosu, Alex Odiye, Godwin Okoro, Marcellinus

Romania Marinescu, Tiberiu

Norway Akerjordet, Alexsander Amundsen, Lars Andersen, Cato Andersen, Roar Bergsvand, Jo Clausen, Ole Dahl, Bjorn Egeland, Kevin El Fakiri, Omar Falch, Eyvind Fedje, Perry Gausereide, Stein Hague, Torgeir Hasle, Stian Haugvaldstand, Per Henmo, Ola Hetleoen, Christian Hoftvedt, Martin Ignacio, Tevis Klevberg, Inge Larsen, Per Christian Larsen, Vidar Leroy, Knut Lier, Bjorn Lyster, Johnny Murphy, Dan Myrengett, Helge Narvestad, Theo Nielson, Erik Nordvik, Jan Olavsen, Dag Olavsen, Mats Schiefloe, Jan Helge Skabo, Kevin Skagen, Bjorn Skaug, Jan Erick Soebye, Staale Solberg, Cato Stave, Andreas Stromsmo, Ivar Sveen, Mikael Sveen, Tor Torgersen, Morten Tronstad, Bjorn Tronstadt, Tom Tuntland, Ola Tvedt, Kjell Widsvik, Dag

Spain Fernandez, Carlos Flores-Rodriguez, Carlos Mulder, John Rodkey, Clyde Santome, Jorge

Senegal Kane, Mody Singapore Sandhu, Singh

Surinam Van Straatum, Glen Sweden Englund, Oscar Falleth, Pierre Ivarsen, Martin Jonsson, Peter Kald, Tomas Kvarne, Gunnar Levi, Jonathan Schonbeck, Bjorn Sjorgrell, Jan Helge Wennberg, Victor Switzerland Sciaroni, Franco Uruguay Babraez, Annibal Tabarez, Anibal Venezuela Lopez, Eleazar Wales Bradley, Chris Yugoslavia Delic, Dragan

***PLEASE NOTE: International Dons compiled from 1966-09 only.

Paraguay Michelagnoli, Miguel Peru Barrenechea, Carlos Nole, Adolfo San Martin, Carlos Spalarossa, Silvio Zidek, Carlos Phillipines Ugarte, Emilo

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