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TABLE OF CONTENTS Intro

Presidents' Athletic Conference

Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

PAC Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

President's Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

2016 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Coaching Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Men's Players

Kick Pancreatic Cancer . . . . . . . . . 4

Rosters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

2016 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Returner Bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Women's Players

Men's Review

Rosters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

2015 Results/Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Returner Bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Women's Review

Men's History PAC Standings/Statistics/Honors . 33

2015 Results/Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Women's History

Waynesburg

PAC Standings/Statistics/Honors . 16

University Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . 20

General Information Location: Waynesburg, Pa. Founded: 1849 Enrollment: 2,500 Nickname: Yellow Jackets Colors: Orange & Black Mascot: Sting Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Director of Athletics: Larry Marshall Women’s Head Coach: Laura Heethuis Office Phone: 724-852-3424 E-mail: lheethui@waynesburg.edu Women’s Team Information 2015 Record: 6-10 2015 PAC Record/Finish: 3-6/7th Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4

Men’s Team Information 2015 Record:1-16-1 2015 PAC Record/Finish: 1-6-1/9th Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Sports Information SID: Bobby Fox SID Office Phone: (724) 852-3334 SID Fax: (724) 852-4122 E-mail: rfox@waynesburg.edu Website: www.waynesburgsports.com Credits Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Fox, ‘04 Photography . . . . . . ADM Photography Printing/Final Production Bethel Park Printing

Men’s Soccer Head Coach: Brad Heethuis Office Phone: 724-852-3424 Email: bheethui@waynesburg.edu 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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PRESIDENT’S LETTER Whether you’re a parent, an athlete, a member of the media or a spirited spectator, I am pleased to welcome you to our Yellow Jacket community and look forward to cheering on the Jackets with you! As a member of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC), Waynesburg University offers 18 NCAA Division III varsity sports for our hundreds of student-athletes. While the reasons for participation in these sports are many, all of our athletic programs are aimed at helping our student-athletes grow spiritually, intellectually and athletically during their collegiate experience. During the 2014-15 academic year, 110 Waynesburg University stuPresident Douglas G. Lee dent-athletes earned recognition on the PAC fall and spring Academic Honor Rolls. That combined total was the highest of all 10 PAC schools, an impressive achievement that illustrates the caliber of student-athletes at Waynesburg. Also this year, the Yellow jacket men were awarded the PAC All-Sports Trophy for the first time in University history. PAC All-Sports Trophies are awarded annually to the schools that perform the best across the board in league competition. Our goal is to provide our student-athletes with the best possible education and experiences that will prepare them to lead lives of purpose. We actively recruit student-athletes with high academic standards who will pursue excellence in the classroom and community while competing at the highest level in their chosen sport. On behalf of Waynesburg University students, faculty and staff, I would like to thank you for your interest in our athletic programs. I hope that you enjoy another great year of athletic competition at Waynesburg University!

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COACHING STAFF Laura Heethuis, a United States Soccer Federation National D Licensed Soccer Coach, comes to Waynesburg after holding two volunteer assistant positions in the Division I ranks at the University of Miami and, most recently, her alma mater, Michigan State University.

assistant coach.

Adidas All-American, a four-time NSCAA/Adidas first-team AllGreat Lakes Region pick and a member of the United States Under-23 Women’s National Team for all four years. She also took home “Freshman of the Year” honors on both regional and national levels. Laura was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology specializing in health promotions, and garnered recognition for her academic excellence on multiple occasions. She was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and a first-team member of the 2011 Capital One Academic All-American Team.

She begins her third year as the Waynesburg women’s head coach and the men’s

She was drafted 19th overall in the 2012 Women’s Professional Soccer League draft by Sky Blue FC, which is based in Morristown, New Jersey. That same year, she won the WPSL Elite championship with the Western New York Flash. Later, she was drafted 18th overall by Seattle Reign FC in the 2013 National Women’s Soccer Supplemental Draft.

As a student-athlete at MSU from 2008 to 2011, Laura earned a number of Big Ten and national accolades including being a four-time first-team all-conference award winner, a three-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/ Brad Heethuis begins his thirdyear at Waynesburg after serving as an assistant coach with the Calvin College (Michigan) men’s soccer team. He was also an assistant girls soccer coach at Unity Christian High School in Hudsonville, Michigan.

tion/exercise science from Calvin, where he spent four years as a member of the Knights men’s soccer team. While coaching, Brad earned a Master of Science degree in kinesiology with a concentration in sports administration and coaching at Michigan State University. Heethuis was a member of four Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Association champion teams and played in the 2009 and 2011 Division III national championship games. His individual accolades include being named MIAA Conference Player of the Week and a member of the MIAA all-conference teams in 2010. The following year, he was lauded as a collegesoccer360.com Primetime Performer.

He serves as the Waynesburg men’s head coach and women’s assistant coach. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in physical educaMatt Cross heads into his fifth season as an assistant soccer coach at Waynesburg University.

Academic Honor Roll. Cross is a native of McKean, Pennsylvania and a graduate of General McLane High School. He is married to his wife Michelle, who is an assistant track and cross country coach at Waynesburg. The two have a son, Gilbert.

Cross was a multi-year member of the Waynesburg men’s soccer and track and field teams before earning his degree in 2007. He was also a member of the PAC After spending four years on the pitch as a Yellow Jacket, Brandon Daughtry enters his second season as an assistant coach for both the Waynesburg men’s and women’s soccer teams. He will serve as the graduate assistant goalkeepers coach for both squads.

third in goals against average (1.07). He was one of the main reasons for the Jackets making their first appearance in the PAC playoffs since before 2005. During his junior campaign, Daughtry posted three shutouts and was a two-time PAC Defensive/Goalkeeper of the Week. He ended the year ranked third in the conference in save percentage. Daughtry earned arguably his biggest praise as a sophomore, when he was lauded as an honorable mention all-conference selection. During his first year as a starter, he posted six shutouts and led the PAC in saves, save percentage and saves per game.

Daughtry spent three seasons as Waynesburg’s starting keeper and posted some of the best numbers between the pipes of anyone in recent program history. As a senior, the Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania, native finished the 2014 season ranked first in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) in total saves (113), second in saves per game (6.28), first in save percentage (.856) and

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Daughtry is a 2011 graduate of Burrell High School and is currently pursuing his Master of Business Administration degree at Waynesburg University. He graduated in the spring of 2015 from Waynesburg with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training.

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KICK PANCREATIC CANCER For the eighth consecutive year, the Waynesburg University women’s soccer team will host its annual “Kick Pancreatic Cancer” event. In conjunction with its Oct. 11 home match against Washington & Jefferson College, the team will organize the event in efforts to raise money and spread awareness to fight the deadly disease.

four percent of those diagnosed live beyond five years. The Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research’s goal is supporting the ongoing efforts to find a cure for the disease. Now in its 17th year, the foundation has dedicated its efforts to significantly raise awareness and understanding about the malody, a disease that continues to be one of the most fatal and underfunded types of cancer.

The idea for “Kick Pancreatic Cancer” was created back in 2009, when then-senior midfielder Catherine Moore planned and organized the event after her father, Kenneth Moore, was diagnosed with the disease. Mr. Moore, who served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Waynesburg University, passed away at the age of 59 on Nov. 6, 2010. Through its first two years, the event raised around $15,000 for the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research.

Members of the Jacket soccer team have collectively brought attention to the event the last few years through fundraising and advertising to not only the campus community but the local community of Waynesburg as well. In recent history, the soccer programs reached out to the Waynesburg Chamber of Commerce, churches and youth soccer programs in the area. Team leaders also used social media avenues, such as a Facebook event that was created to inform students of the event and also provide information about the disease.

According to the Hirshberg Foundation’s web site, pancreatic cancer is one of the few cancers for which survival rates have not been improved substantially over the last 40 years. The average life expectancy after a diagnosis is just three to six months and just

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2016 WOMEN’S SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

9/1

JUNIATA

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 4 P.M.

9/2

at La Roche

Pittsburgh, Pa.

3 p.m.

9/7

at Muskingum

New Concord, Ohio

7 p.m.

9/9

OBERLIN

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 8 P.M.

9/15

at Pitt Greensburg Latrobe, Pa.

6 p.m.

9/17

at Capital

Columbus, Ohio

2 p.m.

9/19

FRANCISCAN

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 6 P.M.

9/24

at Marietta

Marietta, Ohio

2 p.m.

9/27

at Mount Union

Alliance, Ohio

8 p.m.

10/1

BETHANY*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 2 P.M.

10/5

THOMAS MORE*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 6 P.M.

10/8

at Thiel*

Greenville, Pa.

10/11

WASH. & JEFF.*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 6 P.M.

10/15

at Geneva*

Beaver Falls, Pa.

10/19

SAINT VINCENT*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 6 P.M.

10/22

CHATHAM

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 2 P.M.

10/26

at Grove City*

Grove City, Pa.

3 p.m.

10/29

at Westminster*

New Wilmington, Pa.

3:30 p.m.

1 p.m.

12 p.m.

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2016 NUMERICAL ROSTER ## NAME

POS. HGT CLASS

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

00 M’Kenna Murphy

GK

5-1

Fr.

Easton, Pa. / Notre Dame

0 Courtney Syfert

GK

5-5

Fr.

Johnstown, Pa. / Richland

1 Heather Fraser

GK

5-4

Jr.

Florida, N.Y. / S.S. Seward Inst.

2 Nikki Davis

F

5-3

Jr.

Ligonier Valley, Pa. / Lig Valley

3 Sam Nichols

D

5-7

Jr.

Waynesboro, Pa. / Waynesboro

5 Hope Bailey

MF

5-5

Fr.

West Deer, Pa. / Deer Lakes

6 Lauren Drane

MF

5-8

Sr.

Munhall, Pa. / Steel Valley

8 Teagan Jenner

MF

5-5

Fr.

Fairhope, Pa. / Berlin Bro. Valley

9 Christina Golonka

MF

5-5

Fr.

Burgettstown, Pa. / Madonna

10 Diana Coddington

D

5-0

So.

Reading, Pa. / Reading

11 Melanie Byler

F

5-2

Jr.

Salisbury, Pa. / Pa. Cyber Charter

12 Emma Gozzard

MF

5-6

Fr.

West Deer, Pa. / Deer Lakes

13 Melanie Burchfield

D

5-4

Sr.

Bethel Park, Pa. / Bethel Park

16 Hannah Sembower

F

5-3

Fr.

Somerset, Pa. / Somerset

18 Lena Cauthen

D

5-6

Fr.

Triangle, Va. / Forest Park

19 Brittany Woodcock

MF

5-3

Fr.

Lower Burrell, Pa. / Burrell

20 Sara Hackman

D

5-4

Jr.

Ephrata, Pa. / Lancaster Catholic

21 Courtney Zofcin

D

5-3

Jr.

Carnegie, Pa. / Carlynton

25 McKenzie Shaffer

D

5-5

So.

Upper St. Clair, Pa. / Upper St. Clair

26 Gina Bonura

D

5-2

Fr.

Moon Township, Pa. / Moon

27 Natalie Fortna

MF

5-6

So.

Canonsburg, Pa. / Canon-McMillan

HEAD COACH - Laura Heethuis ASST. COACHES - Brad Heethuis, Matt Cross, Brandon Daughtry

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2016 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER ## NAME

POS. HGT. CLASS HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

5 Hope Bailey

MF

5-5

Fr.

West Deer, Pa. / Deer Lakes

26 Gina Bonura

D

5-2

Fr.

Moon Township, Pa. / Moon

13 Melanie Burchfield D

5-4

Sr.

Bethel Park, Pa. / Bethel Park

11 Melanie Byler

F

5-2

Jr.

Salisbury, Pa. / Pa. Cyber Charter

18 Lena Cauthen

D

5-6

Fr.

Triangle, Va. / Forest Park

10 Diana Coddington D

5-0

So.

Reading, Pa. / Reading

2 Nikki Davis

F

5-3

Jr.

Ligonier Valley, Pa. / Ligonier Valley

6 Lauren Drane

MF

5-8

Sr.

Munhall, Pa. / Steel Valley

27 Natalie Fortna

MF

5-6

So.

Canonsburg, Pa. / Canon-McMillan

1 Heather Fraser

GK

5-4

Jr.

Florida, N.Y. / S.S. Seward Institute

9 Christina Golonka

MF

5-5

Fr.

Burgettstown, Pa. / Madonna

12 Emma Gozzard

MF

5-6

Fr.

West Deer, Pa. / Deer Lakes

20 Sara Hackman

D

5-4

Jr.

Ephrata, Pa. / Lancaster Catholic

8 Teagan Jenner

MF

5-5

Fr.

Fairhope, Pa. / Berlin Brothers Valley

00 M’Kenna Murphy

GK

5-1

Fr.

Easton, Pa. / Notre Dame

3 Sam Nichols

D

5-7

Jr.

Waynesboro, Pa. / Waynesboro

16 Hannah Sembower F

5-3

Fr.

Somerset, Pa. / Somerset

25 McKenzie Shaffer

D

5-5

So.

Upper St. Clair, Pa. / Upper St. Clair

0 Courtney Syfert

GK

5-5

Fr.

Johnstown, Pa. / Richland

19 Brittany Woodcock MF

5-3

Fr.

Lower Burrell, Pa. / Burrell

21 Courtney Zofcin

5-3

Jr.

Carnegie, Pa. / Carlynton

D

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RETURNER BIOS

#13 MELANIE BURCHFIELD Senior | Midfielder/Defender | 5-2 Bethel Park, Pa. / Bethel Park

2015: Started all 15 games in which she appeared... Totals: 1 assist, 1 point, 2 shots ... 2014: Appeared in 20 games (8 starts) ... Totals: 3 goals, 1 assist, 7 points, 15 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (Franciscan, Bluffton, W&J), 1 assist (Defiance), 2 points (Franciscan, Bluffton, W&J), 3 shots (Defiance, Bethany) ... 2013: Appeared in 8 games (1 start) ... Totals: 2 shots ... Season Highs: 1 shot (Pitt Greensburg, Mount Union) ... High School: Soccer, Track & Field ... Personal: Daugher of Jim Burchfield and Lori Potts.

#11 MELANIE BYLER

Junior | Midfielder/Defender | 5-2 Salisbury, Pa. | Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School

2015: Started all 15 games in which she appeared ... Totals: 8 goals, 2 assists, 18 points, 36 shots ... Season Highs: 3 goals (Bethany), 6 points (Bethany), 7 shots (Alfred) ... PAC Academic Honor Roll ... 2014: Appeared in 20 games (3 starts) ... Totals: 4 goals, 8 points, 19 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (four times), 2 points (four times), 5 shots (Marietta) ... PAC Academic Honor Roll ... High School: Soccer (four letters), two-time first-team All-West PAC, senior captain, three-time first-team Somerset All-Star ... Personal Notes: Daughter of Joe and Naomi Byler.

#10 DIANA CODDINGTON Sophomore | Defender | 5-0 Reading, Pa. | Reading

2015: Appeared in two games off the bench ... High School: Soccer, most improved player as a sophomore ... Indoor track & field ... Outdoor track & field ... Cross country ... ... Personal Notes: Daughter of Geneve and James Coddington.

#15 NIKKI DAVIS Junior | Forward | 5-3 Ligonier Valley, Pa. | Ligonier Valley

2015: Started all 16 games in which whe appeared ... Totals: 5 goals, 3 assists, 13 points, 33 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (five times), 1 assist (three times), 2 points (five times), 8 shots (Bethany) ... 2014: Started all 20 games ... Totals: 8 goals, 1 assist, 17 points, 55 shots ... Season Highs: 2 goals (Defiance, Franciscan, Geneva), 1 assist (Geneva), 5 points (Geneva), 8 shots (Defiance, La Roche) ... Corvias ECAC Division III South Rookie of the Week ... High School: Soccer (four letters), softball (two letters) track & field (two letters) ... Personal Notes: Daughter of Sheri and Mike Davis. 2016 SOCCER GUIDE

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#6 LAUREN DRANE Senior | Midfielder | 5-8 Munhall, Pa. / Steel Valley

2015: Started all 16 games in which she appeared ... Totals: 14 shots ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Baldwin Wallace) ... PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll ... 2014: Appeared in 18 games (3 starts) ... Totals: 14 shots ... Season Highs: 1 shot (six times) ... 2013: Appeared in five games ... High School: Soccer ... Swimming ... National Honor Society ... Lawrence A. Griffin Honors Award 2013 ... Personal Notes: Daughter of William and Stacy Drane.

#27 NATALIE FORTNA Sophomore | Midfielder | 5-6 Canonsburg, Pa. | Canon-McMillan

2015: Started all 15 games in which she appeared ... Totals: 4 goals, 2 assists, 10 points, 22 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (four times), 3 points (Chatham), 6 shots (Geneva) ... PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll ... High School: Soccer (letter winner) ... Lacrosse ... Track & field ... National Honor Soceity, French Honor Society, Distinguished honor roll, Most community Service Award ... Personal Notes: Daughter of John and Debbie Fortna.

#1 HEATHER FRASER Junior | Goalkeeper | 5-4 Florida, N.Y. | S.S. Seward Institute

2015: Started one of the four games in which she appeared ... Posted a 0-0 record ... Totals: 126:38 played, 10 saves, 4 goals allowed, 2.84 goals against average, .714 save percentage ... Season Highs: 4 saves (Oberlin, Thomas More), 0 goals allowed ( Alfred, Bethany) ... 2014: Appeared 3 games ... Totals: 2.10 goals against average, .667 save percentage, 1-0-0 Record ... Season Highs: 3 saves (Bluffton), 0 goals allowed (Chatham) ... High School: Soccer (1 letter) ... National Technical Honor Society, academic achievement award ... Personal Notes: .Daughter of Rober and Alistair Fraser. 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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#20 SARA HACKMAN Junior | Defender | 5-4 Ephrata, Pa. / Lancaster Catholic

2015: Started all 16 games in which she appeared ... Totals: 1 assist, 1 point, 5 shots ... Season Highs: 1 assist (Marietta), 1 shot (5 times) ...2014: Appeared in 18 games ... Totals: 3 goals, 1 assist, 7 points, 9 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (Bluffton, Chatham, Bethany), 1 assist (Chatham), 3 points (Chatham), 3 shots (Bethany) ... High School: Soccer (four letters), second-team all-star ... 2013 Captain’s Award ... Track & field ... Personal Notes: Daughter of Kevin and Anne Hackman.

#3 SAM NICHOLS Junior | Defender | 5-7 Waynesboro, Pa. | Waynesboro

2015: Started all 16 games in which she appeared ... Totals: 3 goals, 2 assists, 8 total points, 19 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (3 times), 1 assist (Franciscan, Westminster), 2 points (3 times), 5 shots (Marietta, Thiel) ... 2014: Appeared in 19 games (19 starts) ... Totals: 10 shots ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Washington & Jefferson) ... High School: Soccer (four letters), first-team Mid-Penn Colonial All-Star, Defensive MVP ... Basketball ... Varsity Scholar-Athlete, Distinguished Athlete Award ... Personal Notes: Daughter of Chuck and Stacey Nichols.

#21 COURTNEY ZOFCIN Junior | Defender | 5-3 Carnegie, Pa. | Carlynton

2015: Appeared in 9 games ... 2014: Appeared in 3 games ... High School: Soccer (4 letters), all-section ... Personal Notes: Daughter of Christine and Raymond Zofcin.

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2015 RESULTS DATE OPPONENT

LOCATION

SCORE

9/4

Alfred StatE

Alfred, N.Y.

W 1-0 OT

9/5

at Alfred

Alfred, NY

W 1-0

9/11

at Oberlin

Oberlin, Ohio

L 1-8

9/16

CAPITAL

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM

L 0-3

9/19

BALDWIN WALLACE JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM

L 2-3

9/21

at Franciscan

Steubenville, OH

L 1-4

9/26

at Marietta

Marietta, OH

W 2-1

10/3

at Bethany*

Bethany, W.Va.

W 6-1

10/6

at Thomas More*

Crestview Hills, Ky.

L 0-9

10/10

THIEL*#

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM

W 2-0

10/14

at Wash. & Jeff.*

Washington, Pa.

L 0-8

10/16

GENEVA*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM

L 2-3

10/21

at Saint Vincent*

Latrobe, Pa.

L 2-3

10/24

at Chatham*

Pittsburgh, Pa.

W 3-2

10/28

GROVE CITY*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM

L 2-3 2 OT

10/31

WESTMINSTER*$

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM

L 2-3 2 OT

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OVERALL 2015 SEASON STATISTICS Record: 6-10, Home 1-5, Away 4-5, Neutral 1-0 No. Name 2 Nikki Davis 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 17 20 21 22 25 27 28

GP-GS 16-16

G 5

A 3

Pts 13

Sh Shot % 33 .152

Sam Nichols 16-16 Karleigh Murphey 16-16 Whitney Waters 15-11 Lauren Drane 16-16 Jesse Serra 16-3 Tiffany Mina 16-5 Diana Coddington 2-0 Melanie Byler 15-15 Tori Bailey 1-0 Melanie Burchfield 15-15 Chelsey Withers 10-0 Sarah Hackman 16-16 Courtney Zofcin 9-0 Ivy Menges 3-0 McKenzie Shaffer 16-16 Natalie Fortna 15-15 Kristen Friday 12-0

3 5 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

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

8 11 1 0 4 0 0 18 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 10 0

19 .158 26 .192 3 .000 14 .000 10 .200 2 .000 0 .000 36 .222 0 .000 2 .000 1 .000 5 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 22 .182 0 .000

Total Opponents No. Name

16 27 13 67 174 16 51 31 133 263 GP-GS Min.

GA

1 Heather Fraser 4-1 126:38 4 0 Ciara Scott 16-15 1373:29 47 TM TEAM 0-0 0:00 0 Total 16 1500:07 51 Opponents 16 1500:07 27

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Avg. Saves

.155 .194 Pct.

W

GW 1

PK-Att 0-0

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

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

6 10

0-0 1-1

L

T

Sho

2.84 10 .714 0 0 0 0 3.08 99 .678 6 10 0 2 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1 3.06 109 .681 6 10 0 3 1.62 75 .735 10 6 0 3

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2015 PAC STANDINGS/STATISTICS TEAM PAC OVERALL Thomas More*! 8-0-1 19-1-2 Washington & Jefferson 8-1 14-2-2 Grove City 6-1-2 12-7-4 Westminster 6-2-1 13-4-2 Geneva 5-4 9-8 Saint Vincent 4-5 8-10 Waynesburg 3-6 6-10 Chatham 2-7 8-8 Bethany 1-8 3-13-1 Thiel 0-9 0-16-1 * - Regular Season Champion ! - PAC Tournament Champion

Postseason Results PAC SEMIFINAL ROUND Thomas More 3, Westminster 0 Grove City 0, W&J 0 (GCC wins on PK) PAC CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND Thomas More 1, Grove City 0 NCAA Division III Tournament Thomas More 5, Piedmont 1 Thomas More 1, Chicago 0 Centre 1, Thomas 0 ECAC D III South Tournament FDU Florham 4, Geneva 1 Grove City 5, Marywood 0 Lebanon Valley 3, Grove City 2

PAC Players of the Week Sept. 8 Offensive POW - Julie Bruening, Chatham Defensive POW - Ciara Scott, Waynesburg Sept. 14 Offensive POW - Kimberly Orihel, Geneva Defensive POW - Laura Page, Westminster Sept. 21 Offensive POW - Megan Smith, St. Vincent Defensive POW - Corinne Burk, St. Vincent Sept. 28 Offensive POW - Julia Flagge-Echols, Thomas More Defensive POW - Nicole Lapia, Grove City Oct. 5 Offensive POW - Jordan Toohey, W&J Defensive POW - Allison Rinehimer, W&J Oct. 12 Offensive POW - Olivia Huber, Thomas More Defensive POW - Laura Page, Westminster Oct. 19 Offensive POW - Jordan Toohey, W&J Devensive POW - Jordyn White, Grove City Oct. 26 Offensive POW - Julia Flagge-Echols, Thomas More Defensive POW - Nicole Lapia, Grove City Nov. 2 Offensive POW - Olivia Huber, Thomas More Defensive POW - Meghan Lyden, St. Vincent 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

All-PAC Team FIRST TEAM F Heidi Mann Geneva F Kristin Thomas Grove City D Jordyn White Grove City GK Megan Barton Thomas More MF Laura Felix Thomas More F Julia Flagge-Echols Thomas More F Olivia Huber Thomas More MF Taylor Robinson Thomas More MF Tatiana Ruzzini Wash. & Jeff. F Jordan Toohey Wash. & Jeff. MF Raechel Pusateri Westminster MF Raechel Pusateri Westminster SECOND TEAM MF Megan Sieg Chatham MF Lindsay Hutton Grove City MF Katherine Kouzelos Grove City MF Abby Mathes Grove City F Sammie Wild Grove City GK Corrine Burke Saint Vincent MF Emily Johns Saint Vincent MF Josie Madden Wash. & Jeff. D Nicole Walters Wash. & Jeff. F Karleigh Murphey Waynesburg D Rylie Shaw Westminster HONORABLE MENTION MF Brittany Fullbright Bethany F Kimberly Orihel Geneva GK Nicole Lapia Grove City F Maggie Nelson Saint Vincent MF Morgan Berg Thiel MF Erika LaRosa Thomas More MF Abigail Deluliis Wash. & Jeff. D Abby Gore Westminster MF Rachel Simko Westminster PAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR F Jordan Toohey Wash. & Jeff. PAC COACH OF THE YEAR Jeff Cummings Thomas More PAC Sportsmanship Award Grove City

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PAC HONORS PAC Academic Honor Roll 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jackie Sassaman Shannon Wilson Alicia Lotti Jackie Sassaman Chelsey Ziegler Valerie Henderson Alicia Lotti Jackie Sassaman Sara DePiano Chelsey Ziegler Alicia Lotti Amy Mills Jackie Sassaman Chelsey Ziegler Katie Stafiej Chelsey Ziegler Kate Zimmerman Julie Adamo Tiffany Davis Jenna Epler Kat Lynerd Amy Mills Megan Picciafoco Amanda Picciafoco Katie Stafiej Jenna Epler Amy Mills Sarah Spicuzza Brittany Spitznogle Tonya Tanner Amy Byler Melody Cox Terrin Crist Tiffany Davis Jenna Epler Katrina Kelly Sarah Markwardt Catherine Moore Sarah Spicuzza Katie Stafiej Amy Byler Melody Cox Terrin Crist Tiffany Davis Christina Hann Malaeja Leggett Catherine Moore Karen Moyer Chelsey Root Rebecca Snyder Sarah Spicuzza Heidi Weaver Taylor Augustine Melody Cox Terrin Crist Heather Davis Courtney Ebersole Malaeja Leggett Sarah Markwardt Karen Moyer Victoria Shepherd Rebecca Snyder Sarah Spicuzza Brittany Spitznogle Heidi Weaver Jaime Williamson Natalie Abraham Taylor Bombalski Missy Coleman Terrin Crist Heather Davis Courtney Ebersole Susie Godwin Jillian Grena Becky Hotek Sarah Markwardt Karen Moyer Emily Mullady Rebecca Snyder Heidi Weaver Jaime Williamson Jillian Grena Becky Hotek Sarah Markwardt Karen Moyer Emily Mullady Rebecca Snyder Heidi Weaver Jaime Williamson

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Natalie Abraham Taylor Augustine Susie Godwin Jillian Grena Becky Hotek Emily McDonold Ivy Menges Karen Moyer Emily Mullady Karleigh Murphy Heidi Weaver Natalie Abraham Taylor Augustine Jordan Eicher Susie Godwin Jillian Grena Becky Hotek Emily McDonold Kirsten Miller Emily Mullady Karleigh Murphy Whitney Waters Natalie Abraham Jenna Bohach Melanie Byler Marian Chearney Jordan Eicher Kristen Friday Becky Hotek Ivy Menges Emily Mullday Erica Nordlund Tori Bailey Melanie Byler Lauren Drane Natalie Fortna Kristen Friday Ivy Menges Tiffany Mina Karleigh Murphey McKenzie Shaffer

All-PAC First Team 2003 2004 2007 2010 2010 2011 2013

Jackie Sassaman, Jr., MF Jackie Sassaman, Jr., MF Danielle Danhires, Fr., MF Courtney Ebersole, Jr., F Katrina Kelly, Jr., GK Courtney Ebersole, Sr., F Susie Godwin, Sr., MF

Second Team 2002 Jackie Sassaman, So., MF 2004 Morgan Smoke, So., MF 2005 Juli Amato, Fr., MF/F 2006 Joanna Butterworth, Fr., MF/F 2008 Danielle Danhires, So., MF Courtney Ebersole, Fr., F 2009 Courtney Ebersole, So., F 2011 Terrin Crist, Sr., MF 2012 Susie Godwin, MF Taylor Bombalski, D 2014 Karleigh Murphey, Jr., F 2015 Karleigh Murphey, Sr., F. Honorable Mention 2003 Morgan Smoke, Fr., MF 2004 Emily Byers, So., GK Valerie Henderson, So., D 2006 Paige Yeich, So., GK 2008 Terrin Crist, Fr., D 2009 Terrin Crist, So., D 2010 Danielle Danhires, Sr., MF 2010 Victoria Shepherd, Fr., D 2011 Victoria Shepherd, So., D 2013 Missy Coleman, Sr., MF Emily Mullady, Jr., F 2014 Erica Nordlund, Sr., D

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2001 –  Coach Ken Alberta 9/1 Hood W 6-0 9/2 St. Mary’s L 0-3 9/5 Cal. Univ. (Pa.) L 0-6 9/7 PS-Altoona W 5-0 9/8 Pitt-Bradford W 4-0 9/10 at Pitt-Greensburg W 5-3 9/14 at Hilbert W 3-1 9/15 at D’Youville W 4-1 9/19 at Bethany W 3-1 9/22 at Thiel T 1-1 9/26 at Grove City L 0-3 9/29 Westminster L 0-4 10/1 Wash. & Jeff. W 4-1 10/5 Bethany W 4-2 10/12 Grove City L 0-3 10/15 at Westminster L 2-8 10/19 at Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 10/22 at La Roche L 1-5 10/26 Thiel W 3-1 10/27 Grove City L 1-4 10-9-1 2002 –  Coach Ken Alberta 8/30 at Not. Dame (Ohio) L 1-8 8/31 Hiram L 0-3 9/7 at Pitt-Bradford L 0-1 9/8 at D’Youville W 7-0 9/11 Chatham W 6-0 9/17 Pitt-Greemsburg L 0-2 9/21 at PS-Altoona L 1-4 9/24 at Thiel L 0-3 10/1 at Westminster L 0-8 10/4 at Wash. & Jeff. L 0-1 10/9 Bethany L 0-1 (2 OT) 10/11 Thiel T 1-1 (2 OT) 10/15 at Grove City L 0-6 10/18 Westminster L 0-4 10/23 Wash. & Jeff. L 0-3 10/25 at Bethany L 0-2 11/2 Grove City L 0-2 11/5 at Thiel* L 0-2 2-15-1 2003 –  Coach Ken Alberta 8/30 Wilmington L 0-10 8/31 at Shenandoah L 1-3 9/6 Bryn Mawr L 1-2 9/7 Lake Erie W 2-0 9/10 at Chatham W 7-0 9/14 D’Youville W 8-0 9/17 at Pitt-Greensburg L 0-2 9/20 Pitt-Bradford W 1-0 9/27 at Mt. Aloysius T 0-0 10/1 Wash. & Jeff. L 0-4 10/4 at Bethany T 1-1 10/8 Thiel L 0-1 10/11 Grove City L 0-6 10/15 at Westminster L 0-5 10/18 at Wash. & Jeff. L 0-3 10/21 Bethany L 0-1 10/24 at Thiel L 0-2 10/28 at Grove City L 0-5 11/1 Westminster L 0-3 11/3 at Wash. & Jeff.* L 0-8 4-14-2

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

2005 –  Coach Jim Rue 9/1 at Lake Erie T 2-2 9/3 at Muskingum L 1-4 9/5 Pitt-Bradford W 3-0 9/10 at La Roche L 0-3 9/13 at Pitt-Greensburg L 0-1 9/17 Hood W 2-1 9/21 at Mount Aloysius W 5-0 9/24 Thiel W 2-0 9/27 Chatham W 6-0 9/28 Thomas More L 0-2 9/30 Grove City L 1-3 10/3 Westminster L 0-4 10/6 Wash. & Jeff. L 0-1 10/12 Bethany L 2-8 10/14 at Thiel W 5-0 10/15 at Thomas More L 0-2 10/18 at Grove City L 0-2 10/21 at Westminster L 0-2 10/25 at Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 10/27 at Bethany L 1-4 6-13-1 2006 –  Coach Jim Rue 9/1 Lake Erie L 9/5 at Grove City L 9/9 Mount Aloysius W 9/12 at Hood W 9/16 Thiel W 9/20 at Wash. & Jeff. L 9/23 at Saint Vincent L 9/28 Bethany T 9/30 Westminster L 10/3 at Thomas More L 10/7 Grove City L 10/10 at Thiel W 10/12 at Chatham W 10/14 Wash. & Jeff. L 10/18 Thomas More L 10/21 at Bethany L 10/25 Saint Vincent L 10/28 at Westminster L 5-12-1

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

2007 –  Coach Jim Rue 8/31 at Lake Erie L 9/1 at Point Park L 9/5 at Chatham W 9/8 Hood W 9/12 at Mount Aloysius W 9/15 Pitt-Greensburg W 9/18 La Roche L 9/20 California (Pa.) L 9/22 at Bethany T 9/29 Chatham W 10/3 at Grove City L 10/6 Bethany T 10/9 Thiel W 10/12 at Geneva W 10/17 Westminster L 10/20 at Thomas More L 10/23 at Wash. & Jeff. L 10/27 Saint Vincent L 7-9-2

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

2008 –  Coach Jim Rue 8/29 at Carlow W 3-0 8/30 at Point Park L 1-2 9/5 Chatham W 3-0 9/10 Mount Aloysius W 6-0 9/13 at Pitt-Greensburg W 2-1 9/16 Muskingum T 1-1 9/20 at La Roche W 3-1 9/24 at Franciscan L 0-2 9/27 Bethany L 1-3 10/3 at Saint Vincent L 0-4 10/7 at Chatham W 5-0 10/10 Grove City L 0-1 10/15 at Bethany L 0-2 10/18 at Thiel W 4-0 10/21 Geneva T 0-0 (2OT) 10/25 at Westminster L 1-4 10/29 Thomas More L 0-3 11/1 Wash. & Jeff. L 0-3 7-9-2 2009 –  Coach Jim Rue 9/1 Franciscan W 1-0 9/5 Pitt-Greensburg W 3-0 9/8 at Point Park L 1-2 9/10 at Carlow L 0-1 9/16 at Mount Aloysius W 3-0 9/22 at PSU-Altoona L 0-6 9/26 at Muskingum L 2-3 9/30 Lake Erie L 1-2 10/3 Westminster L 0-3 10/7 Saint Vincent L 1-2 10/9 La Roche W 1-0 10/10 at Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 10/13 Chatham W 4-1 10/17 at Grove City L 0-3 10/20 Bethany L 0-1 10/23 Thiel W 1-0 10/28 at Geneva L 0-3 10/31 at Thomas More L 1-4 6-12-0 * - PAC Playoff Game

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2010 –  Coach Sean McCarthy 9/1 Wilmington L 3-4 9/3 at Ohio Wesleyan T 0-0 9/4 at Defiance L 0-2 9/7 at La Roche W 2-1 9/9 Point Park W 2-1 9/13 at Mt. Aloysius W 3-2 9/14 Pitt-Greensburg W 4-0 9/16 at PSU Altoona T 0-0 9/22 Muskingum W 5-1 9/27 at PSU Beaver W 11-0 10/2 at Westminster L 1-2 10/7 Thomas More L 0-1 10/9 Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 10/12 at Saint Vincent L 0-1 10/16 at Chatham W 6-0 10/19 Grove City W 2-1 10/23 at Bethany T 1-1 10/27 Geneva W 1-0 10/29 at Thiel W 1-0 10-6-3 2011 –  Coach Sean McCarthy 9/1 Mt. Union L 0-3 9/3 at Franciscan W 3-1 9/6 La Roche W 2-0 9/10 at Hood W 1-0 9/13 Pitt-Bradford W 2-1(2OT) 9/15 at Muskingum W 3-1 9/20 PSU Beaver W 11-0 9/22 Mt. Aloysius W 7-0 9/24 at Marietta W 2-1 9/28 at Wilmington W 1-0 9/30 Chatham L 0-1 10/5 Thiel W 5-0 10/8 at Grove City L 1-5 10/12 Saint Vincent W 1-0 10/15 Westminster W 1-0 10/19 at Geneva W 3-0 10/22 at Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 (2OT) 10/26 Bethany T 1-1 (2OT) 10/29 at Thomas More L 0-5 11/1 at Wash. & Jeff.* W 1-0 11/4 at Thomas More * L 0-3 15-5-1 2012 –  Coach Carl Griffiths 8/31 Franciscan W 9/4 at Pitt-Greensburg W 9/7 at Oberlin W 9/8 at Hiram L 9/12 at Muskingum W 9/15 Marietta L 9/19 at Mount Union L 9/25 at Pitt-Bradford L 9/27 at La Roche L 9/29 at Chatham W 10/2 at Thiel W 10/5 Grove City L 10/10 at Saint Vincent w 10/13 at Westminster T 10/17 Geneva W 10/19 Wash. & Jeff. W 10/24 at Bethany L 10/27 #19 Thomas More L 10/31 #16 Thomas More* L 9-9-1

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2013 - Coach Carl Griffiths 8/30 at Franciscan L 1-2 9/4 Pitt-Greensburg W 6-2 9/6 at Juniata L 2-3 9/11 at Frostburg State L 0-5 9/18 at Bluffton W 3-0 9/25 La Roache W 2-1 9/28 Mount Union L 0-2 10/1 Baldwin-Wallace L 0-2 10/4 at Grove City L 1-4 10/9 at Chatham W 3-0 10/12 Thiel W 3-0 10/16 at Bethany W 3-2 10/19 at #21Thomas More L 0-6 10/23 Westminster T 1-1 10/26 at Wash. & Jeff. W 4-3 10/30 Geneva W 1-0 11/1 at Saint Vincent L 0-1 8-8-1 2014 - Coach Laura Heethuis 8/29 at Defiance W 3-1 8/30 Heidelberg W 2-1 9/2 Franciscan W 4-2 9/6 at La Roche T 2-2 9/12 at Capital L 1-2 9/17 Marietta T 1-1 9/20 at Mount Union L 0-5 9/24 at Baldwin Wallace L 0-2 9/27 Bluffton W 3-2 9/30 Point Park L 0-1 10/3 Grove City L 0-3 10/8 Chatham W 5-0 10/11 at Thiel L 0-1 10/14 Bethany W 4-1 10/18 Thomas More L 0-4 10/22 at Westminster L 2-3 10/25 Wash. & Jeff. T 3-3 10/29 at Geneva W 5-4 (OT) 10/31 Saint Vincent W 3-1 11/12 Lebanon Valley% L 0-6 8-9-3 % - ECAC South Tournament 2015 - Coach Laura Heethuis 9/4 Alfred State W 1-0 OT 9/5 at Alfred W 1-0 9/11 at Oberlin L 1-8 9/16 Capital L 0-3 9/19 Baldwin Wallace L 2-3 9/21 at Franciscan L 1-4 9/26 at Marietta W 2-1 10/3 at Bethany W 6-1 10/6 at Thomas More L 0-9 10/10 Thiel W 2-0 10/14 at Wash. & Jeff. L 0-8 10/16 Geneva L 2-3 10/21 at Saint Vincent L 2-3 10/24 at Chatham W 3-2 10/28 Grove City L 2-3 2 OT 10/31 Westminster L 2-3 2 OT 8-9-3

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PAC OVERVIEW The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC), built on the basic belief that an athletic program is an integral part of college life, but not an entity in itself, looks back on sixty years of growth and ahead to years of continued academic and athletic excellence. The league’s name clearly reflects its founding principle that operational control of all aspects of intercollegiate athletics is ultimately the responsibility of the presidents of each member institution, and thus active presidential leadership and oversight is paramount in conference administration. Formally organized in 1955 by Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, Case Institute of Technology, and Wayne State University, the PAC was the result of a realization that college athletics, despite numerous virtues for the individual and the institution, were gradually becoming a financial and academic burden. If athletics were to be continued, action had to be taken to place the program on its proper level. This included the premise that benefits of participation should be provided to as many students as possible. The PAC and its membership continue its original, defining mission of promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Institutions involved understand that the key components to its progress lie in the foundation of faith in each member by each other member. It is the conviction of its membership that the PAC is the solution to the dilemma of intercollegiate athletic competition, and they have staked their athletic future on this premise. Currently comprised of 10 select private institutions – Bethany College, Chatham University, Geneva College, Grove City College, Saint Vincent College, Thiel College, Thomas More College, Washington & Jefferson College, Waynesburg University and Westminster College – the PAC remains a unique organization in this day of high pressure intercollegiate athletics, with academics at the center of each member’s philosophy. The PAC expanded its membership to seven members in 2005 with the addition of Thomas More, formerly a NCAA Division III independent. Saint Vincent, a former NAIA member, joined the conference in 2006 as it began its reclassification to NCAA Division III status. Another former NAIA member, Geneva, became the conference’s ninth member and began league play in 2007 as it started its NCAA Division III reclassification. Chatham became the league’s 10th member, also in 2007. In 2012, the PAC Presidents’ Council voted to add Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University as affiliate members in the sport of football beginning with the 2014 season. The PAC crowns league champions and awards all-conference honors in its 21 championship sports. Head coaches determine all-PAC squads for all team sports, while in individual sports, such as cross country and tennis, all-PAC accolades are based upon performances at the conference championships. In addition to its 21 sponsored championship sports, the PAC partnered with the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) to create the single-sport Ohio River Lacrosse Conferences (ORLC & ORWLC) in 2014, with both kicking off league schedules during the spring of 2015. The PAC, which recently celebrated its 60th anniversary, annually awards its men’s and women’s All-Sports Trophies to the schools which perform best across the board in PAC competition. The Washington & Jefferson men and Grove City women captured the 2015-16 trophies. Staying true to its original mission of promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence, the PAC has seen nearly 200 of its participating student-athletes recognized as Academic All-Americans, while the league has also produced numerous NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners. Last year, the conference named 939 of its student-athletes to the PAC Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes all participating student-athletes who earn a term grade-point average of 3.60 or above.

PAC MEMBERS Bethany

St. Vincent

Waynesburg

Geneva

Chatham

Thiel

2015-16 ALL-SPORTS TROPHY STANDINGS MEN

WOMEN

1. Washington & Jefferson (76.0)

1. Grove City (76)

Grove City

Thomas More Wash. & Jeff.

Westminster

Carnegie Mellon *

Case Western Reserve*

2. Grove City (73.0)

2. Thomas More (69)

3. Saint Vincent (70.5)

3. Westminster (68)

4. Westminster (68.0)

4. Washington & Jefferson (63.5)

5. Thomas More (59.5)

5. Saint Vincent (57.5)

6. Bethany (57.5)

6. WAYNESBURG (53.0)

7. Thiel (51.0)

7. Geneva (49.0)

8. WAYNESBURG (47.0)

8. Bethany (44.0)

9. Geneva (43.5)

9. Thiel (33.0)

10. Chatham (5.0)

10. Chatham (20.0)

*-Football-only members

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2016 SCHEDULE DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION TIME

9/2

at La Roche

Pittsburgh, Pa.

9/3

PITT BRADFORD

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 6 P.M.

9/7

at Muskingum

New Concord, Ohio

9/10

OBERLIN

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 7 P.M.

9/15

at Pitt Greensburg Latrobe, Pa.

8 p.m.

9/17

at Capital

Columbus, Ohio

4 p.m.

9/19

FRANCISCAN

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 8 P.M.

9/24

at Marietta

Marietta, Ohio

4 p.m.

9/27

at Mount Union

Alliance, Ohio

6 p.m.

10/1

BETHANY*$

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 4 P.M.

10/5

THOMAS MORE*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 8 P.M.

10/8

at Thiel*

Greenville, Pa.

10/11

WASH. & JEFF.*# JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 8 P.M.

10/15

at Geneva*

Beaver Falls, Pa.

10/19

ST. VINCENT*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM 8 P.M.

10/26

at Grove City*

Grove City, Pa.

12:30 p.m.

10/29

at Westminster*

New Wilmington, Pa.

1 p.m.

5 p.m.

4 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

2:30 p.m.

* - Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Contest # - Kick Pancreatic Cancer event $ - Senior Night

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2016 NUMERICAL ROSTER ## NAME

POS. HGT. CLASS

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

0

James Snyder

GK

5-9

So.

Gastonville, Pa. / Ringgold

1

Dillion Charlton

GK

5-11

Fr.

Stoystown, Pa. / North Star

2

Joey Buchanan

MF

5-11

Sr.

Washington, Pa. / McGuffey

3

Sam Almeter

MF

5-10

So.

Monroeville, Pa. / Serra Catholic

4

Micah Charlick

F

6-2

Fr.

Brighton, Mich. / Brighton

5

Justin Buberl

MF

6-0

Fr.

Westminster, Md. / Westminster

6

Austin Zurik

F

6-1

So.

Beaver, Pa. / Beaver

8

Nate Kummer

MF

5-8

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Hills

9

Dante Ohm

D

5-7

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Hills

10 Matt Porter

MF

6-0

So.

Chambersburg, Pa. / Chambersburg

11 Matt Hlasnick

MF

5-10

So.

Washington, Pa. / Chartiers-Houston

12 Christian Wilson

D

5-10

So.

Waynesburg, Pa. / Jefferson-Morgan

14 Tanner McKnight

D

5-11

Fr.

Grove City, Pa. / Grove City

15 Hunter Daniels

F

5-10

Fr.

Edinboro, Pa. / General McLane

16 Zach Mitschke

D

5-11

Jr.

North Ridgeville, Ohio / North Ridgeville

18 Bryan Sontag

D

5-9

Jr.

North Strabane, Pa. / Canon-McMillan

MF

5-7

Fr.

Smithtown, N.Y. / Smithtown West

20 Sean McCann

D

5-8

Fr.

Moon Township, Pa. / Moon

21 Zack Benedict

MF

5-8

Sr.

Edinboro, Pa. / General Mclane

22 Chad Palucka

MF

5-5

Sr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. / Shaler (North Stars)

23 Kaylib Young-Argyle D

6-2

So.

Lancaster, Ohio / Lancaster

24 Josh Hennigh

D

6-0

Sr.

Harrisburg, Pa. / Hershey Christian

26 Lucas Santucci

F

5-7

Fr.

New Kensington, Pa. / Evangel Heights

27 Brio Davis

F

5-5

Fr.

McKees Rocks, Pa. / Montour

GK

5-10

Fr.

Erie, Pa. / NW Pa. Collegiate Acad.

19 Nate Biondi

99 Jared Doutt

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2016 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER ## NAME 3

Sam Almeter

POS.

HGT. CLASS

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

MF

5-10

So.

Monroeville, Pa. / Serra Catholic

21 Zack Benedict

MF

5-8

Sr.

Edinboro, Pa. / General Mclane

19 Nate Biondi

MF

5-7

Fr.

Smithtown, N.Y. / Smithtown West

5

Justin Buberl

MF

6-0

Fr.

Westminster, Md. / Westminster

2

Joey Buchanan

MF

5-11

Sr.

Washington, Pa. / McGuffey

4

Micah Charlick

F

6-2

Fr.

Brighton, Mich. / Brighton

1

Dillion Charlton

GK

5-11

Fr.

Stoystown, Pa. / North Star

15 Hunter Daniels

F

5-10

Fr.

Edinboro, Pa. / General McLane

27 Brio Davis

F

5-5

Fr.

McKees Rocks, Pa. / Montour

GK

5-10

Fr.

Erie, Pa. / NW Pa. Collegiate Acad.

24 Josh Hennigh

D

6-0

Sr.

Harrisburg, Pa. / Hershey Christian

11 Matt Hlasnick

MF

5-10

So.

Washington, Pa. / Chartiers-Houston

8

MF

5-8

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Hills

20 Sean McCann

D

5-8

Fr.

Moon Township, Pa. / Moon

14 Tanner McKnight

D

5-11

Fr.

Grove City, Pa. / Grove City

16 Zach Mitschke

D

5-11

Jr. North Ridgeville, Ohio / North Ridgeville

9

D

5-7

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Hills

22 Chad Palucka

MF

5-5

Sr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. / Shaler (North Stars)

10 Matt Porter

MF

6-0

So.

Chambersburg, Pa. / Chambersburg

F

5-7

Fr. New Kensington, Pa. / Evangel Heights

GK

5-9

So.

18 Bryan Sontag

D

5-9

Jr. North Strabane, Pa. / Canon-McMillan

12 Christian Wilson

D

5-10

So.

Waynesburg, Pa. / Jefferson-Morgan

23 Kaylib Young-Argyle D

6-2

So.

Lancaster, Ohio / Lancaster

6

6-1

So.

Beaver, Pa. / Beaver

99 Jared Doutt

Nate Kummer

Dante Ohm

26 Lucas Santucci 0

James Snyder

Austin Zurik

F

Gastonville, Pa. / Ringgold

Head Coach - Brad Heethuis Assistant Coaches - Laura Heethuis, Matt Cross, Brandon Daughtry

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RETURNER BIOS

#3 SAM ALMETER Sophomore | Midfielder | 5-10 Monroeville, Pa. | Serra Catholic

2015: Started five of the 14 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 assist, 1 point, 3 shots ... Season Highs: 2 shots (La Roche) ... High School: Soccer (4 letters), two-time all-section, All-WPIAL, Trib Live Player of the Week ... Baseball ... Four years on Dean’s List ... Personal Notes: Son of Brian and Eileen Almeter.

#21 ZACK BENEDICT Senior | Midfielder | 5-8 Edinboro, Pa. | General McLane

2015: Started all 18 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 goal, 2 points, 17 shots ... Season Highs: ... 2014: Appeared in all 20 games (13 starts) ... Totals: 1 goal, 5 assists, 7 points, 21 shots ... Season Highs: 4 shots (Thiel) ... 2013: Appeared in 15 games ... Totals: 5 goals, 1 assist, 11 points, 21 shots ... Season Highs: 2 goals (Thiel), 1 assist (Ohio Christian), 4 points (Thiel), 4 shots (Pitt Greensburg) ... High School: Soccer ... Track and Field ... First-Team All-Region ... Presidents Honor Roll ... Personal Notes: Son of Rick and Mary Benedict.

#2 JOEY BUCHANAN Senior | Midfielder | 5-11 Washington, Pa. | McGuffey

2015: Appeared in eight games ... Totals: 3 shots ... Season Highs: 1 shot (3 times) ... 2014: Appeared in 19 games (7 starts) ... Totals: 2 goals, 4 points, 12 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (Illinois Tech, Franciscan), 2 points (Illinois Tech, Franciscan), 2 points (Four times) ... 2013: Appeared in 14 games (7 starts) ... 1 assist, 1 points, 3 shots ... Season Highs: 1 assist (Thiel), 1 point (Thiel), 1 shot (Cincinnati Christian, Thiel, Bethany) ... High School: Soccer (4 Letters) ... Track and Field (4 Letters) ... National Honor Society ... All-Section Soccer as a senior ... Personal Notes: Son of Joe and Cathy Buchanan. 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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RETURNER PROFILES

#24 JOSH HENNIGH Senior | Defender | 6-0 Harrisburg, Pa. | Hershey Christian

2015: Started all 18 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 goal, 2 points, 15 shots ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Franciscan) ... Member of PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll ... 2014: Started 18 games ... Totals: 3 goals, 6 points, 6 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (Defiance, Bethany, Geneva), 2 points (Defiance, Bethany, Geneva), 1 shot (six times) ... 2013: Appeared in 12 games (1 start) ... 1 goal, 2 points, 2 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (Bluffton), 2 points (Bluffton), 2 shots (Bluffton) ... PAC Academic Honor Roll ... High School: Soccer ... second-team all-conference ... two-time team defensive player of the year ... Coach’s Warrior Award ... Basketball ... Track & field ... Valedictorian, high honor roll ... Personal Notes: Son of Paul and Ruth Hennigh.

#11 MATT HLASNICK Sophomore | Midfielder | 5-10 Washington, Pa. | Chartiers-Houston

2015: Started all 18 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 10 shots ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Saint Vincent) ... High School: Soccer (4 letters)... All-WPIAL, all-section ... Personal Notes: Son of Jim and Robin Hlasnick.

#16 ZACH MITSCHKE Junior | Defender | 5-11 North Ridgeville, Ohio | North Ridgeville

2015: Started 10 of the 17 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 goal, two points, five shots ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Thiel) ... 2014: Appeared in 4 games ... High School: Soccer (2 letters) ... Bowling ... National Technical Honor Society, Honor Roll, Merit Roll ... Personal Notes: Son of Paul and Karen Mitschke. 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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RETURNER PROFILES

#22 CHAD PALUCKA Senior | Midfielder | 5-5 Pittsburgh, Pa. | Shaler

2015: Started all nine games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 goal, 2 points, seven shots ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Thiel) ... 2014: Appeared in 18 games (12 starts) ... Totals: 4 goals, 1 assist, 9 points, 19 shots ... Season Highs: 1 goal (four times), 1 assist (Marietta), 3 points (Marietta), 4 shots (Washington & Jefferson) ... PAC Player of the Week ... 2013: Appeared in 12 games ... Totals: 1 assist, 1 point, 2 shots ... Season Highs: 1 assist (Thiel), 1 point (Thiel), 1 shot (Medaille, Cincinnati Christian) ... High School: Soccer (3 letters) ... Honor Roll .... Waynesburg Honor Scholarship ... Personal Notes: Son of Rick and Debbie Palucka.

#10 MATT PORTER Sophomore | Midfielder | 6-0 Chambersburg, Pa. | Chambersburg

2015: Started 15-of-16 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 goal, 2 points, 26 shots ... Season Highs: 4 shots (Bethany) ... High School: Soccer.

#12 JAMES SNYDER Sophomore | Goalkeeper | 5-9 Gastonville, Pa. | Ringgold

2015: Started seven of the 11 games in which he appeared ... Spent time as both a goalie and a field player ... Totals: (Field) 1 assist, 1 points, 10 shots; (Goalie) 0-1 record, 92:15 played, 19 saves, .950 save percentage, 0-1 record ... Season Highs: 3 shots (Mount Union, Bethany), 12 saves (Kenyon), 0 goals allowed (Kenyon), 47:15 played (Alfred) ... High School: Soccer (letter winner). 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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#18 BRYAN SONTAG Junior | Defender | 5-9 North Strabane, Pa. | Canon-McMillan

2015: Started all 18 games in which he appaeared ... Totals: 1 shot ... 2014: Appeared in 13 games (7 starts) ... Totals: 1 assist, 1 point ... Season Highs: 1 assist (Bluffton), 1 point (Bluffton) ... High School: Soccer (3 letters) ... All-WPIAL, all-section, member of 2012 WPIAL Class AAA Champions ... 2012 and 2013 Almanac All-Star ... 2013 Soccer Scholar-Athlete ... National Honor Society ... National Society of High School Scholars ... Personal Notes: Son of Janice and Ed Sontag.

#12 CHRISTIAN WILSON Sophomore | Defender | 5-10 Waynesburg, Pa. | Jefferson-Morgan

2015: Appeared in six games ... High School: Soccer (2 letters) ... Track & field ... Personal Notes: Son of Doug and Amy Wilson.

#23 KAYLIB YOUNG-ARGYLE Sophomore | Defender | 6-2 Lancaster, Ohio | Lancaster

2015: Started 17-of-18 games in which he appeared ... Totals: 1 assist, 1 point, 3 shots ... Season Highs: 1 shot (3 times) ... High School: Soccer (3 letters), co-captain, Steven G Swearingen most improved defender, All-Ohio Senior All-Star participant ... Personal Notes: Son of Julie Argyle.

#6 AUSTIN ZURIK Sophomore | Forward | 6-1 Beaver, Pa. | Beaver

2015: Appeared in 11 games ... Totals: 1 goal, 2 points, 4 shots ... Season Highs: 2 shots (Thiel) ... High School: Soccer (letter winner) ... Basketball ... Track & field ... Baseball ... Personal Notes: Son of John and Cindy Zurik. 2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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2015 RESULTS DATE OPPONENT

LOCATION

SCORE

9/1

KENYON

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-3

9/4

at Alfred State

Alfred, N.Y.

L 1-2

9/5

Alfred

Alfred, NY

L 0-5

9/8

LA ROCHE

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-3

9/11 at Oberlin

Oberlin, OHio

L 0-8

9/16 CAPITAL

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-4

9/19 BALDWIN WALLACE

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 1-5

9/21 at Franciscan

Steubenville, OHio

9/26 MOUNT UNION

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-2

10/3 at Bethany*

Bethany, W.Va.

T 1-1 2 OT

10/6 at Thomas More*

Crestview Hills, Ky.

L 0-5

10/10 THIEL*#

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM W 5-0

10/14 at Wash. & Jeff.*

Washington, Pa.

10/16 GENEVA*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 1-2 OT

10/21 at Saint Vincent*

Latrobe, Pa.

L 1-3

L 0-2

L 1-5

10/24 CASE WESTERN RESERVE JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-9 10/28 GROVE CITY*

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-5

10/31 WESTMINSTER*$

JOHN F. WILEY STADIUM L 0-4

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OVERALL 2015 SEASON STATISTICS Record: 1-16-1, Home 1-9-0, Away 0-6-1, Neutral 0-1 ## Player

GP-GS G A

Pts Sh

00 Michael Dulac

2-0

0 0

0

0 .000

Shot% SOG SOG% GW 0 .000

0

PK-Att 0-0

1

Ryan Zovko

2-0

0 0

0

0 .000

0 .000

0

0-0

2

Joey Buchanan

8-0

0 0

0

3 .000

2 .667

0

0-0

3

Sam Almeter

14-5

0 1

1

3 .000

2 .667

0

0-0

5

Christian Wilson

6-0

0 0

0

0 .000

0 .000

0

0-0

6

Austin Zurik

11-0

1 0

2

4 .250

3 .750

0

0-0

7

Matt Hlasnick

18-18 0 0

0

10 .000

4 .400

0

0-0

9

Victor Browne

18-18 4 0

8

41 .098

18 .439

0

0-0

0 1

1

4 .000

2 .500

0

0-0

11 Matt Porter

16-15 1 0

2

26 .038

11 .423

0

0-0

12 Matt Kopp

1-0

0 0

0

0 .000

0 .000

0

0-0

12 James Snyder

11-7

0 1

1

10 .000

4 .400

0

0-0

13 Drew Grandas

13-4

0 0

0

2 .000

2

1.000 0

0-0

16 Zach Mitschke

17-10 1 0

2

5 .200

3 .600

0

0-0

17 Tyler Szymoniak

3-0

0 0

0

0 .000

0 .000

0

0-0

18 Bryan Sontag

18-18 0 0

10 Mitchell Meadville 17-8

0

1 .000

0 .000

0

0-0

0 0

0

2 .000

0 .000

0

0-0

21 Zack Benedict

18-18 1 0

2

17 .059

8 .471

0

0-0

22 Chad Palucka

9-9

1 0

2

7 .143

5 .714

1

0-0

23 Kaylib Young-Argyle 18-17 0 1

1

3 .000

1 .333

0

0-0

24 Josh Hennigh

18-18 1 0

2

15 .067

5 .333

0

0-0

28 Peter Byrnes

17-1

0 1

1

4 .000

3 .750

0

0-0

31 Connor Walsh

18-15 1 0

2

5 .200

5

1.000 0

0-0

99 Nathan Ribar

18-17 0 0

0

0 .000

Total...............

18

11 5

27 162 .068

Opponents...........

18

68 44 180 423 .161

19 Dim. Arvanitopulos 3-0

## Player GP-GS 12 James Snyder 2-1 99 Nathan Ribar 18-15 00 Michael Dulac 2-0 1 Ryan Zovko 2-0 TM TEAM 0-0 Total............... 18 Opponents........... 18

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GA 1 62 2 3 0 68 11

GaAvg 0.98 3.76 6.04 7.53 0.00 3.73 0.60

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0 .000

0

0-0

78

.481

1

0-0

242

.572

16

3-5

Saves SavePct W 19 .950 0 145 .700 1 6 .750 0 3 .500 0 1 1.000 0 174 .719 1 67 .859 16

L 1 15 0 0 0 16 1

T Shutouts Faced 0 0/0 35 1 1/0 363 0 0/0 10 0 0/0 9 0 0/0 0 1 1 417 1 11 160

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PAC STANDINGS/HONORS

2015 Final PAC Standings TEAM Thomas More* Geneva Grove City Westminster! Wash. & Jeff. Bethany Thiel Saint Vincent Waynesburg

PAC OVERALL 8-0 16-3-1 6-1-1 13-5-4 6-2 12-7-1 5-2-1 11-6-4 4-4 9-7-2 1-6-1 5-12-2 1-6-1 2-15-2 1-6-1 2-15-2 1-6-1 1-16-1

* - Regular Season Champion ! - PAC Tournament Champion

Postseason Results

All-PAC Team

PAC SEMIFINAL ROUND #4 Westminster 2, Thomas More 1 #2 Geneva 2, #3 Grove City 1 (2OT)

FIRST TEAM Name Sean Bernardi Seth Loew Tim Shackleton RJ Best Austin Juniet Tim Knauer Brian Runyon Marcus Gurgiolo Matt Kiernan Tyler Little Ethan McCarthy

School Geneva College Grove City College Grove City College Thomas More College Thomas More College Thomas More College Thomas More College Westminster College Westminster College Westminster College Westminster College

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

SECOND TEAM Jack Waters Abel Carleton Gib McCracken Kyle Terrill Dale Reese Kevin Proctor Paul Mokrzan Justin Nolfi Benny Wilt Victor Browne Grant Gagnon

Bethany College Geneva College Geneva College Geneva College Grove City College Saint Vincent College Wash. & Jeff. College Wash. & Jeff. College Wash. & Jeff. College Waynesburg University Westminster College

MF F D D MF MF MF MF GK F MF

HONORABLE MENTION Brandon Crider Geneva College Luke Nolan Geneva College Alex Rosenbaum Geneva College Ben Weaver Grove City College Alex Panaro Thomas More College Tyler Rapposelli Wash. & Jeff. College Cody Postupac Westminster College

F GK MF GK MF MF MF

PAC CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND #4 Westminster 0, #2 Geneva 0 (West. 4-2 PK) NCAA Division III Tournament Kenyon 1, Westminster 0 Chicago 3, Thomas More 0 ECAC D III South Tournament Grove City 2, Arcadia 1 Geneva 5, Hood 0 Penn State Behrend 2, Grove City 1 Alvernia 1, Geneva 0

PAC Players of the Week September 8 Offensive: Austin Juniet, F, Thomas More GK/Defensive: Ben Weaver, GK, Grove City September 14 Offensive: Jack Watters, MF, Bethany GK/Defensive: Benny Wilt, GK, Wash. & Jeff. September 21 Offensive: Seth Loew, F, Grove City GK/Defensive: RJ Best, MF, Thomas More September 28 Offensive: Brian Runyon, F, Thomas More GK/Defensive: Tyler Little, GK, Westminster October 5 Offensive: Marcus Gurgiolo, F, Westminster GK/Defensive: Colin Dean, D, Thomas More October 12 Offensive: Dale Reese, IV, MF, Grove City GK/Defensive: Luke Nolan, GK, Geneva October 19 Offensive: Austin Juniet, F, Thomas More GK/Defensive: Benny Wilt, GK, Wash. & Jeff. October 26 Offensive: Zach Kocak, MF, Saint Vincent GK/Defensive: Jeff Paulin, GK, Thomas More

PAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Austin Juniet Thomas More F PAC COACH OF THE YEAR Girish Thakar Westminster PAC Sportsmanship Award Thiel

November 2 Offensive: Dominic Walker, F, Thiel GK/Defensive: Danny Laird, D, Thomas More

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PAC HONORS PAC Academic Honor Roll 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

All-PAC First Team

Matt Picciafocco Mike Pilarski Ed Griffioen Matt Picciafocco Scott Garet Ross Phillips Matt Picciafocco Mike Pilarski Dan Gottron Frank Herman Ross Phillips Caleb Arrison Brad Davis Scott Garet Ross Phillips Brad Davis Jonathan Garet Ross Phillips Matt Cross Brad Davis Jonathan Garet Scott Garet Jordan Gaso Simeon Williams J.C. Danhires Brad Davis Dave Floyd Men’s Soccer Erick Burke David Floyd Luke Navickas Travis Rhodes Juan Angel Dan Buzzard Kyle Collins Dave Floyd Pete Martorello, Jr. Adam Roberge Juan Angel Erick Burke Brandon Daughtry Dave Floyd Keaton Good Alex Henry Ray Melone Adam Roberge Cameron Allen John Allen Juan Angel Dan Buzzard Zakk Decarlo Tim Fields Aaron Henry Zack Morgan Colin Nelson Nathan Ribar Adam Roberge Zakk DeCarlo Ryan Griffin Josh Hennigh Matt Kopp Cody Lemke Ray Melone Zack Morgan David Nicholl Nathan Ribar Cam Allen Rey Malone Josh Mollema Nathan Ribar Josh Hennigh Nathan Ribar

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2001 2003 2005 2013 2014

Brian Zombek, Jr., F Justin Fee, Sr., GK Ross Phillips, So., D Tim Fields, Sr., MF Cody Lemke, Sr., F

2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Ken Klezia, Jr., D Ben Roman, So.,MF Ross Phillips, Fr., MF Ian Marsteller, Sr., F Ross Phillips, Jr., MF Dave Thorn, Sr., MF Dave Peters, Sr., F Mike DeAngelis, So., MF J.C. Danhires, Sr., F Ryan Gaudy, Jr., D Erick Burke, Jr., MF David Floyd, Sr., MF Joakim Coleman, Fr., D Cody Lemke, So., F Zack Morgan, Sr., D Victor Browne, Jr., F Victor Browne, Sr., F

Second Team

Honorable Mention 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

David Peters, Jr., MF J.C. Danhires, Sr., F Ryan Gaudy, Fr., MF Erick Burke, Fr., F David Floyd, So., D Ryan Hartz, Jr., F David Floyd, Jr., MF Juan Alvarez, Fr., F Jude Anuwe, Fr., F Erick Burke, Sr., F Brandon Daughtry, So. GK Phil Henry, Sr., D Nick Brommer, Jr., MF Nick Brommer, Sr., MF

Waynesburg's Annual PAC Finishes Year Record PAC Finish 2001 8-13-0 2-6-0 4th 2002 3-14-2 1-8-1 6th 2003 6-13-1 2-7-1 5th 2004 5-13-0 1-9-0 6th 2005 5-12-1 2-9-1 7th 2006 7-12-1 2-4-0 5th 2007 3-16-0 0-6-0 7th 2008 5-13-2 0-5-1 7th 2009 3-15-1 2-3-1 5th 2010 5-13-1 0-7-0 8th 2011 8-9-0 3-5-0 5th 2012 8-8-1 3-4-1 6th 2013 10-4-3 3-3-2 5th 2014 9-7-4 5-2-1 3rd 2015 1-16-1 1-6-1 t-6th

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2001 – Coach Jim Balach 9/1 Ursinus L 9/2 at La Roche L 9/5 at Grove City L 9/8 Pitt-Bradford L 9/12 Grove City L 9/14 at Hilbert W 9/15 at D’Youville W 9/18 at Thiel W 9/20 at Ohio Valley W 9/26 at Wash. & Jeff. L 10/3 Wesminster L 10/8 Wash. & Jeff. L 10/10 at Pitt-Greensburg W 10/15 PS-Altoona W 10/17 at Bethany L 10/20 Thiel W 10/25 at Juniata L 10/27 at Westminster L 10/30 Bethany L 10/31 Thiel* W 11/2 at Grove City* L 3-14-2

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

2002 –  Coach Jim Balach 9/1 Ursinus L 0-2 9/2 La Roche L 0-7 9/6 at Hilbert W 2-1 9/7 at Pitt-Bradford L 2-5 9/11 Grove City T 0-0 (2 OT) 9/14 D’Youville W 5-0 9/17 Ohio Valley L 2-5 9/19 Thiel L 0-2 9/21 Bethany L 1-5 9/24 Wash. & Jeff. L 0-7 10/2 at Westminster L 0-6 10/9 at Wash. & Jeff. L 1-6 10/12 at Grove City W 2-1 10/16 at Bethany L 0-8 10/22 Seton Hill T 1-1 (2 OT) 10/24 at PS- Altoona L 0-2 10/26 Westminster L 1-3 10/29 Pitt-Greensburg L 0-7 11/2 at Thiel L 0-4 11/4 at Bethany* L 0-11 3-14-2 2003 –  Coach Jim Balach 8/30 at Hilbert W 4-2 8/31 at D’Youville W 5-0 9/6 at Malone L 1-3 9/10 at Grove City L 1-2 9/15 at PS- Altoona L 0-6 9/16 at Ohio Valley W 4-0 9/18 at Thiel W 3-2 9/20 Pitt-Bradford W 1-0 9/23 st Wash. & Jeff. L 1-5 10/1 at Westminster L 0-3 10/4 at Bethany L 0-5 10/7 Wash. & Jeff. L 0-3 10/15 Bethany L 1-2 (OT) 10/18 at Lake Erie L 0-1 10/21 at Seton Hill L 0-1 10/23 Frostburg State L 0-2 10/25 Westminster W 1-0 10/27 Grove City T 0-0 (2 OT) 10/29 at Pitt-Greensburg L 0-6 11/1 Thiel L 0-2 11/4 at Bethany* L 0-2 6-14-1 2004 –  Coach Jim Balach 9/1 at Muskingum L 0-2 9/4 Lake Erie L 0-1 9/6 Hilbert W 6-3 9/11 at Mount Aloysius W 5-1 9/14 Ohio Valley W 1-0 9/16 Westminster L 0-5 9/18 at Pitt-Bradford W 3-1 9/23 at Wash. & Jeff. L 2-3 9/25 Thiel L 1-3 9/29 at Notre Dame (Ohio) L 0-7 10/2 at Bethany L 1-4 10/6 Wash. & Jeff. L 2-3 (OT) 10/8 Grove City L 0-1 10/13 Bethany L 0-1 10/20 at Westminster L 0-5 10/25 at Malone L 1-4 10/27 at Grove City L 2-3 10/29 Thiel W 5-4 11/1 at Wash. & Jeff.* L 0-8 5-14-0 2005 –  Coach Carl Dei 9/1 Mount Aloysius 9/2 Thomas More 9/5 Pitt-Bradford 9/7 PS-Altoona 9/9 at Hilbert 9/10 at Medaille 9/14 at Bethany 9/17 at Grove City 9/19 Malone 9/22 Wash. & Jeff.

Cas W 6-2 T 2-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 4-2 L 3-4 L 0-2 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 2-3

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Thiel at Wash. & Jeff. Bethany at Westminster at Thiel at Thomas More Westminster Grove City 6-11-1

W L W W L L L L

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

2006 –  Coach Carl Dei 9/1 at Gettysburg 9/2 at Neumann 9/9 at Grove City 9/12 at Mount Aloysius 9/14 at PS-Altoona 9/16 at Thiel 9/18 at Wash. & Jeff. 9/23 at Saint Vincent 9/27 Bethany 9/30 Westminster 10/3 at Thomas More 10/7 Grove City 10/11 at Thiel 10/12 at Geneva 10/14 Wash. & Jeff. 10/18 Thomas More 10/21 at Bethany 10/24 at Francisan 10/25 Saint Vincent 10/28 at Westminster 7-12-1

Cas L 0-4 W 3-2 L 0-2 W 4-1 L 0-1 W 7-0 L 0-1 L 1-6 L 0-2 L 1-4 L 0-2 L 0-4 W 4-3 L 1-3 W 2-1 W 4-3 L 0-3 W 1-0 T 3-3 L 2-4

2007 –  Coach Carl Dei 9/1 Franciscan 9/3 PS-Altoona 9/6 at Marietta 9/11 at Frostburg St. 9/14 at Pitt-Johnstown 9/15 at Lycoming 9/17 Mount Aloysius 9/19 at La Roche 9/22 Notre Dame (Ohio) 9/28 at PS-Berks 9/29 at Cabrini 10/2 at Grove City 10/4 Bethany 10/8 Thiel 10/12 at Geneva 10/17 Westminster 10/20 at Thomas More 10/24 at Wash. & Jeff. 10/27 Saint Vincent 3-16

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

2008 –  Coach Carl Dei Cas 8/29 at Cabrini L 0-7 8/30 at Polytechnic W 6-0 9/2 at PS-Altoona T 2-2 (2OT) 9/3 at Franciscan L 0-3 9/6 Lycoming L 0-3 9/9 Frostburg St. W 3-2 9/13 at Hood W 2-0 9/17 La Roche L 1-2 9/20 at PS-Behrend L 0-1 (2OT) 9/24 at Muskingum L 0-6 9/30 Point Park L 2-5 10/3 at Saint Vincent W 2-1 10/4 Pitt-Johnstown W 2-1 10/11 Grove City L 0-3 10/15 at Bethany T 1-1 10/18 at Thiel L 0-2 10/22 Geneva L 2-4 10/25 at Westminster L 1-4 10/29 Thomas More L 0-4 11/1 Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 5-13-2 2009 –  Coach Carl Dei Cas 9/1 at Pitt-Johnstown L 0-5 9/4 atMount Union L 0-3 9/5 at Franciscan L 0-1 9/8 at Frostburg St. L 2-5 9/11 at Hiram L 0-5 9/12 at Transylvania L 1-4 9/15 at PS-Altoona L 0-3 9/18 at Lancaster Bible W 2-1 9/19 at Lycoming L 0-5 9/23 Muskingum L 0-2 9/29 Hood L 1-2 (2 OT) 10/3 Westminster L 1-5 10/6 Saint Vincent L 0-7 10/10 at Wash. & Jeff L 1-3 10/17 at Grove City L 0-1 10/21 Bethany W 2-1 10/24 Thiel W 1-0 10/28 at Geneva L 0-5 10/31 at Thomas More T 0-0 (2OT) 3-15-1 2010 –  Coach Sean McCarthy 9/1 at Muskingum L 0-6 9/3 at Greenville L 0-1 9/4 at Defiance T 1-1 (2OT)

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9/7 at La Roche W 3-2 9/11 Frostburg State L 1-2 9/13 at Mt. Aloysius W 5-0 9/16 at Penn State Altoona L 0-3 9/18 at Hood W 3-2 9/23 at Lancaster Bible L 2-3 9/28 at PSU-New Kensington W 3-0 9/30 Hiram W 3-2 10/2 at Westminster L 0-5 10/7 Thomas More L 0-2 10/9 Wash. & Jeff. L 1-3 10/13 at Saint Vincent L 0-1 10/20 Grove City L 0-4 10/23 at Bethany L 0-3 10/25 Geneva L 1-2 10/29 at Thiel L 1-2 5-13-1 2011 –  Coach Sean McCarthy 9/1 Muskingum L 0-1 9/3 at Franciscan W 5-0 9/6 La Roche L 2-3 9/10 at Hood N/C 9/14 at Frostburg L 0-1 9/17 Pitt-Greensburg W 3-0 9/20 Penn State Beaver W 6-0 9/22 Mount Aloysius W 4-0 9/24 at Marietta W 2-1 (OT) 10/2 at Wilmington L 2-5 10/5 Thiel W 2-1 10/7 Grove City L 0-6 10/12 Saint Vincent L 2-4 10/15 Westminster W 3-0 10/19 at Geneva L 1-3 10/22 at Wash. & Jeff. L 0-1 10/26 Bethany W 3-1 10/29 at Thomas More L 0-5 8-9-0 2012 – Coach Carl Griffiths 8/31 Franciscan W 5-0 9/4 at Pitt-Greensburg W 2-0 9/7 at Oberlin L 0-2 9/8 at Hiram L 0-2 9/12 at Muskingum L 0-1 9/15 Marietta W 1-0 9/19 at Mount Union W 2-0 9/22 Frostburg State L 1-3 9/25 at Pitt-Bradford W 2-0 10/2 at Thiel T 0-0 10/6 at Grove City L 0-2 10/13 at Westminster L 1-2 10/17 Geneva L 0-2 10/19 Wash. & Jeff. W 2-1(OT) 10/24 at Bethany W 4-2 10/27 Thomas More L 0-2 8-8-1 2013 - Coach Carl Griffiths 8/30 at Franciscan W 2-1 9/4 Pitt- Greensburg W 6-0 9/7 La Roche W 3-1 9/11 at Frostburg State DNP 9/14 at Medaille L 0-5 9/18 at Bluffton W 4-3 9/24 Baldwin-Wallace T 2-2 9/28 Mount Union W 7-2 9/30 at Cincinnati Christian W 7-1 10/4 at Grove City W 1-0 10/8 Ohio Christian W 4-1 10/12 Thiel W 7-0 10/16 at Bethany L 1-2 10/19 at Thomas More L 0-3 10/23 Westminster T 1-1 10/26 at Wash. & Jeff. L 1-2 10/30 Geneva T 2-2 11/1 at Saint Vincent W 3-2 (2OT) 10-4-3 2014 - Coach Brad Heethuis 8/29 at Defiance T 1-1 8/30 Ill. Inst. of Tech. T 4-4 9/2 Franciscan W 5-0 9/6 at La Roche L 0-1 9/9 Point Park L 2-5 9/12 at Capital L 0-1 9/17 Marietta W 5-2 9/20 at Mount Union W 3-0 9/24 at Baldwin Wallace L 1-2 9/27 Bluffton W 4-3 9/30 Frostburg State T 0-0 10/3 Grove City W 2-1 10/11 at Thiel W 3-2 10/14 Bethany W 3-1 10/18 Thomas More L 0-1 10/22 at Westminster L 1-2 10/25 Wash. & Jeff. T 1-1 10/29 at Geneva W 2-0 10/31 Saint Vincent W 3-1 11/12 Grove City* L 1-2 9-7-4 *-Denotes PAC Playoff Game

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2016 - Coach Brad Heethuis 9/1 KENYON L 0-3 9/4 Alfred State L 1-2 9/5 at Alfred L 0-5 9/8 LA ROCHE L 0-3 9/11 at Oberlin L 0-8 9/16 CAPITAL L 0-4 9/19 BALDWIN WALLACE L 1-5 9/21 at Franciscan L 1-3 9/26 MOUNT UNION L 0-2 10/3 at Bethany L 1-2 (2OT) 10/6 at Thomas More L 0-5 10/10 THIEL W 5-0 10/14 at Wash. & Jeff. L 0-2 10/16 GENEVA L 1-2 OT 10/21 at St. Vincent L 1-5 10/24 CASE WESTERN L 0-9 10/28 GROVE CITY L 0-5 10/31 WESTMINSTER L 0-4 1-16-1

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  Waynesburg University is a small, private, comprehensive Christian university located in southwestern Pennsylvania, approximately 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) and a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), the University inspires students to pursue lives of purpose through faith, learning and serving.   Offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs, Waynesburg University designs its curriculum to meet the needs of today’s students. Undergraduates can choose among more than 70 programs of study, including the traditional liberal arts such as English, history, biology, and more, and innovative fields such as athletic training, biblical ministries, computer forensics, criminal justice, forensic science, marine biology, nursing, sports information, sports management, and many others.   The University’s Graduate and Professional Studies Program, located at three convenient centers in the immediate Pittsburgh region, offers accelerated, evening programs geared for adult students in the fields of business, nursing, education, and counseling psychology.

  A Waynesburg University education not only connects the theoretical and the practical, it also connects the world of ideas with a commitment to serving others. Every student engages in service through personal experiences and specific courses under the guidance of faculty mentors. High school students who are actively involved in community service can qualify for the Bonner Scholars program, which provides scholarship assistance for those who commit to weekly volunteer service.    The University’s commitment to service learning and service leadership includes national and international mission and service trips. Participating in these experiences broadens students’ perspectives and education.   To learn more, visit the University website: www. waynesburg.edu Or call toll-free: 1-800-225-7393 Waynesburg University 51 West College Street Waynesburg, PA 15370

   The University’s total enrollment is approximately 2,500 students, including over 1,500 undergraduates on the Waynesburg campus and over 800 graduate and professional studies students. Waynesburg students enjoy personalized attention from highly qualified faculty, a well-rounded liberal arts curriculum, state-of the-art facilities, a networked campus with wireless Internet in academic and recreational settings, and Internet access in all residence hall rooms.   The beautiful campus includes an award-winning campus center, performing arts center, and several new, apartment-style residence halls. New additions to campus include a recently constructed Center for Research and Economic Development, modern additions to the dining hall and library, and a new fitness center that is accessible to students, faculty and alumni. The latest edition to the campus landscape is the magnificent Roberts Chapel. Completed in 2011, the chapel seats around 600 individ2016 SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE 31

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